Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 27, 1933 · Page 2
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Iola, Kansas
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Monday, February 27, 1933
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PAGE TWG THfii lOLA DAILY REGISTER. M^NBAY EVENTN< . FEBRUARY 27. 1933. ' lOLA, KANSAJS , Mrs. Peters Entertains At Dinner Mr. andi Mrs. Lloyd Peters of 817 North street gave a dinner Sunday - noon in lionor of Mr. and Mr^. Henry Upshaw. A two-course dinner was sjerved ' to the following guests: Mr..and Mrs. Henry Upshaw, :RevJ and Mrs. Albert V. How_ land iand daughter Hope. Miss Tlieliiia Peck. Mr. Wilber Upshaw, and Miss]Ruth MofTatt. •• -i- •> • • Dinner in Hianor of Mr. and iirs; Upshaw Sunday i evening Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hicks jof Carlyle entertained in honor Of JMr. and Mi-s. Henry Upshaw .who were mapied. Simday morning, j Mrs., Upshaw is the - granddaughter of Mrl and. Mrs. W. A. Hicks, i Lunch was served by the . hostess to; the following guests: Mr. rand Mrs. • H; T. ; tipshaw, Howard Upshaw. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peck and sons ; Dean and iClaytpn, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hicks and.daugh­ ter aertrtide, Mr. • aifid Mr$:' Earl Hicks and son Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. dlin Burtch and chUdreh Hope Elaine ,and Robert, Mr. and Jfts. Lloyd.Peters and son Lloyd Eugene, Rev, and Mrs. A. V. Howland and ^daughter Hope, Miss Thel- mji Peck.lMr. Wilberj Upshaw. and _ Mr. W. Ai Hicks. ; ll • • •> ' lola Music Club Annual ' Stndentl^rograni < 'Student! niembers i of the lola • Music club will Blvej their annual program tomorrow afteisioon at 3:15 - in'the parlor!; of the;. Baptist temple. The I mothers of .alU. student members,are cordiallyj invited to at- tend this jimceling. . An impiprtant buslndss meeting for. active members will be held at .2:15 o'clock. Hostesses will b^'Mrs.P. E. Waugh, Mrs. G. A. Brpoke.'tos. Ira KerwoodJ[Mrs. John Layle. assisted by Mrs. Ijtex Bowlus, Mrs. J. H. Armel. Mrs.] J. H, Sowerby and Mrs. A. R. Chambers. i The program: | Pranks (two pianosi.j Lemont Hying Leaves (two pianos) .Koelling June Hqathman. Mrs. Danforth Majesty of the;Deep.. Hammer Verlie Smith Petite Bolero j Ravina Rosa Dell Sv.-anson Male Quartet—Sons ofi Men. Cadman Wayne Eflin, Henry Hubbard. Frank Benson. Royal Cox Pendant Waltz Lack I Lucile Davis Dawn (two pianos)..'., Nevin Barbara Brooke, Florence Hobart Rolling Stones ;; .MacFayden George Danforth Tuba Solo—Happy Thought. Bascler John Paul Jr. Two Part, Songs- Mighty Lak' a Rose Nevin I Passed by Your Window. .Brahe Mabel F'ackler, Marjorie Casper, ' Veva Thomas, Margaret Williams Serenade Badine (twd pianos)... • ' Gabriel-Marie .— Veva Thomas, Florence, Hobart Autumn " Ghaminade Lucille Swanson' Clarinet Trio—Moderato Bouffil Katherine Mendell, Virgmia - Taylor, Maxine Laughlin "When Love Speaks" .Bennett Overture (Princess of the Sun). J. j — Bennett Student Club Orchestra - M. Lucelia Harris^ director Active members, Mrs: Ed Danforth, : and Miss Florence Hobart, are assisting at second pianos. Mrs. E. C. Wilson and Miss Hobart, accompanists for the voice numbers Moments Musical Bnsiness Meeting Tomorrow The regular business meeting of the active members of the Moments Musical club wUl be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Victor Kiric. Assisting hostesses wiU be Mrs. John Brazee, Mrs. Rees Burland, and Miss Rose mntz. • ^ • •:• Past Matrons Club O. E. S. Elects Officers The annual election of officers toSt place at the meeting of the Past Matrons cliib, O. E. S., which was held Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. O. Major with Mrs. H. P. Delp, Mrs. A. A. Mosherl and Mrs. J. S. Turner the assisting hostesses. The election resulted as follows: Mrs. H. H. Sherman, president; Mrs. J. A. Herr, vice-president; Mrs. C. H. Olson, secretary; Miss Viola Dal- gamo, treasurer.' The afternoon's entertainment consisted of an interesting roll call, "Patriotic Sentiments," a review of the coiutshlp, marriage, and lives, of George Washington and Martha Curtis by~Mrs. H. D. Smock, and an hour of fun and amusement with jig-saw puzzles. The hostesses served refreshments to 17 members and two guests; Mrs. J. F. Dicken- .<;heets. Past Matron of Corinthian chapter No. 181, Purlingame, Kas.. ond Mrs. C. Eart Williams, Past Matron; Ideal Chapter No. 3i69. Hiattville, feas. • •:• • Upshaw-Peck Mr. Henry P. Upshaw and Miss Marjorlfi Lucy Peck were united ,in marriage with the ring ceremony at 9 a. m. Sunday, February 26, 1933, at the United Brethren parsonage. The ceremony was read by the Rev. Albert V. Howland. They were attended by Miss Thelma Peck, sister of the bride, Mr.-Wilber Upshaw, brother of the gi'oom and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Peters.. Mrs. Peters is a sister of the groom. The bride, who is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hicks of Gdrlyle, wore a i dress of grey crepe with accessories to match. She v.'as a (graduate of the lola high school with the class of 1932. The groom, son of -Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Upshaw of Carlyle, is an industrious young man who has been living near Carlyle for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Upshaw will be at home to their friends after Marcli 1 on a farm north of Carlyle. Others present at the . wedding were Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Howland and daughter Hope and Miss Ruth MoETatt;. • •> "> Mr. and Mrs. Morau Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Morau entertained the following guests at a pinochle party Saturday evening: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Renner. Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Anderson, and JUr. and Mrs, HOWlsbri Fraser. " • ' ! •:• .•> •> Qnllt Tea Is Well Attended A large number attended the quilt tea given by the Business and Professional Women's club at the Presbyterian church Friday afternoon and evening. The exhibition of quilt blocks by Madam Pattie Hall and her talk on the "History of Patch Work Quilts in Ameirica" were both cntertalninj; and instructive. The progi-am included two piano solos by Miss Margaret Roberts: vlo- SPRING IN THE AIR Cliecking in for sprlrtg, is tins new cape frock, with white notched collar, and ithc black cellophane hat which features the new high back crown, low front, in Walteau eflect. with a soft black velvet bow,, both going and coming. By this slanting briin, you get the tipped hat effect, while the hat really sits quite straight upon the head, in the nevf, becoming manner. The new cellophane weave gives that high-light everj- lady likes upon her head this spring. : NEWS OF MrsJ Nick Sibert Entjertains PnpUs of ihitd Grade. Complimenting •K«r Yotmff Son James. (Mrs,.G. H. I'ord.) . MORAN, Feb. 24.— VIrs. Nick Sibert entertained the boys of the tb^ grade Tuesday aitemoon com- pUmenttng her son James, It being bis eighth birthday. After games were enjoyed refreshments were served the following:, Riphard Peck, Jiinmie Shively, Melvlii Crouch, Keith Hobart, Jack Abbott, Jerry Sibert, Warren.:Sibert. 'and Dee Judge; Miss Ivis Chimblin, teacher of this grade, and the honor guest, James Sibcirt. "The World Day of Prayer will be observed here with a program from a ,union .of the congregations at t;hc^ Christian church Friday afternoon, ,Match.3. ' Having sold my Bread Business : I am now locatecl : , : EAST SIDE CAFE : 5:;?:§Vo«r Patronage Appreciated- ,: h DAVID HART ': lola, Kai. : The'Women's Missionary society of'the Presbyterian : church met Thursday afternoon, at the home of ,^TS.,JJ. li. Harris. Mrs. N. A. Peck, jcondiicted the lesson study and Mrs.' Ltfcy Jewell had charge of the ^e-' votlonals. The annual election,of officers resulted in the choice of Mfg. N. L. Harris for president, Mrs. Frffd .Gordon, vice-president, and Mrs. ;W. J. Rumbel, secretary- treasui-er. )«lrs. M, C. Wheeler of tlie Victorija- |?otel returned home; Wednesday, fijom a few days visit with rela- j^vee in loia. Mr. and, Mrs. W. A. Cline went to' Kansas City today and will ——., i.... ..,...>>«^>...... WiiAT ONiVERSlTV HAS THE LABGEST STUDENT ENROLLMENT IN CANADA? W HAT SYSTEM OF SIGNALUNG IS f£Mi J >)is ? NEPT6HEV: RK WHAT IS THIS USED? (Answers will be fonnd on Page 5) bring home one or the new Ford V -8 tudor sedans to be placed on exhibition in the show room of the Cline garage Saturday. . Mrs. Effie Wells and brotlier. Will Jones, of Parsons, were guests here Siuiday'of their sister, Mrs.;G. A. Chamblin 'and family. Mr. andlMrs. E. T. Gilmore and daughter. Miss Gertrude, were guests Sunday of; Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Hartzog, LaHafpe. Miss M. Lucilia Harris and Supt. Ralph McCrary attended the Oratorio The Holy City presented last Sunday by tlie Fort Scott high school and junior college. They were guests of Mr.'and Mrs. Tom Botts. Mr^ Botts Is athletic director at the junior college. Several blocks of Moran streets adjacent to the highway are to be graveled through a plan that has been approved and which provides funds through the federal relief agency for labor. The city Is ta fur-: nlsh all ihateriai as this fuhif 'caii be used for labor only. The cemetery road is to be improved also. 'While the unemployment situation lias at no time been great in this commimity there are several • nien who will be glad for this special privilege at this time, j Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Gifford were among those who attended the Moments music club program in Tola "Tuesday evening. ,| Miss Eva Hm-ley. Kansas City, spent! the week-end here mth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hurley and other irelatlves. Mr. and Mrs. 'Warren Laymon and children, Neosho Falls, were guests Saturday night and Sunday of Mrs. Laymon's'parer^, lllr. and Mrs. Charles Agnef; j Mr. and Mrs.; Oscar Johnson and son L. D. of LaHarpe were guests of the E. T. Gilmore family Tuesday afternoon. Mfsj W. H. Cloud, Chetopa, visited here the first of the week with Mr; and Mrs. R. J. Condenhan. j Mrs. N. A.. Peck was hostess to the members of the Pandora Sunday school class of the Presbyterian church at her home Friday afternoon and had as her guests Mesdames Fred Gordon, teacher of the class. Swan Johnson, Reis Burland, Linley Hills, Carlr Snodgrass, P. F. Scott. Nick Sibert. Walter Strong. Fred Wood, Misses Mabel Pratz and LeVetia iLaughlin. 'The regular business meeting was held and the remainder bf the afternoon spent socially. • . ' , Mr. and Mrs. N. ,L. Harris spent Sunday at Lane, Kas.. with their daughter MisS' Willabeth. who is a teacher there. Mrs. Grace Ralston, Elsmore.^visited here Tuesday ivith her^daiigh- ter. Mrs. D. R. (Soyette and family. 'A light shower'of rain is falling here this nifternoon but a big rain is needed to relieve the scai'clty of stock water. • • KANSAS CATS WIN HONORS Wic&ta 'and('Kansas City Felines Best af, Springfieild Show, SpringfieyC Mo., F^b. 27. (AP)— Wichita, wia Kansas. City cats I sharedj higjjcst honors at the. Tri-I. State Cat society's show which lend-1"^ ed hefe yesterday. Mrs.' , Charles Mercer's Sonoma Paydette, champion orange-jeyed white female of Wichita', was luflged best cat in the show, while double: chamjiion Lavender Candiilate, owned by Mrs. Mary Green' of; Wichita, was Judged best cat of op-; posite sex^ FOR BETTER BAKINGS ATLESSCGSrUSE THE ECONOMICAL AND EfFfCIENT POWDER 25 ounces lor 254 Full Pack Nb Slack Filj'mq MILLIONS or POUNDS USED BY Oun COVERNMnNT JlOItlZONT.Al. 1 Prime iniiii.stLr lit Canada. © 7 licarliiK tt'iidiils. i It HuBO iiKiriiii- i iiiainmal. I IG Tidier. , 17 Milior ]ioU. lORougJiig.' :;l Organ of hearing. 22Froze)i waftV. I'i Nepalivc. th •\'al\iablc property. , 27 Behold. 28 Chose hy ballot. ,'!0 Border: 31 Mesh' of lace. o3 Form steel. 34 To .sunbiirn. ua Murks left by •wounds. 37 Blfick liird. ' .•:s Ba.shfiil. 39 Twenty-fuiir lioiirp. • 40 Prophet who trained Samuel. 42 To nuoncli. 44 Grain. 45 "to revolve. 47 Before. .\ii>\\or Id I'fi'vioiis i 'Hz /.Io IS Fruits of oaks. ,20 Distinctive theory. 23 Conventional Ktur. 2C lieverase. 20 Hull, an em. ;',0 Uoam. 32 Skull saw. pi £i 32 bkull saw. arUcle. 36 Divided. £B R 1 I 3S Uubelievcr. •i."^ Tree. Kciiu .-5 l')mu.-<. Ut Leaf from an a.\il. TJO Deity. •'iJ Fruit of l^ho tree, jieuus Mains. 51 Measure of area. Horn, jn, Storky '.li .\mulet. in Ddctor. 02 Producing vinegar, fi 1 Kcquircr. 1 Only country in South .-\merica with out a seaport, 2 3 Woolly surface 46 Nut. of doth. 4S .Measure of 4 .\utelope. , cloth. 5 Three uiiilcd. 49 Short nails. CWine cask. 51 To render S'Wayside liotels. ' insane. 39 Stream obstruction. 41 Confines to one place. 43 Constellation. 44 Liquid part of • fat. 45 Senior. 9 Vicarious jiovernnient. 10 Sun .cod. 11 Devoured. Oti Pays attLiition 12 Wild duck. to. ISMi.-Jtakc. ii7KepIics. 15 Spot. T 53 Step. 54 So be it. 57 To wager. r.9 Ocean. fiOHecenl. t)3 Seventii note. 63 Second note. lin and flute duet by Miss Rose Pi-antz and Miss Gertrude Green accompanied by Miss Celeste Griffith; vocal solos. "Little Street; Where Old Friends Meet" and •'Rockabye Moon" by Marianna Ralston; dance of the minuet by a group of boys and girls from Jefferson school. Tea was poured by Mrs. Lillian Wright and Mrs. E. Van Hyiiing in the dining room of the church which was decorated with potted plants and flowei^s. Madam Hall, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Van Hyning and the ushers were dressed in colonial coslume.. Quilt patterns were given as favors. • • •:• Miss Leitzbacli Entertains At Dinner Miss Gertrude Leitzbach entertained a group of her friends at a seven o'clock dinner last night at her home in Himiboldt. After the dinner, the evening was spent-playing *ganies which were thoroughly enjoyed by all. 50ie following guests were present: Mr." and Mrs. Lloyd Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Scott Jr., Angelo Scott, and Wayne Archer of lola; Miss Margaret Amos of Himi- boldt, and Miss Marcia Jane White of Kansas City. • •;• •:• Mrs. Horton Entertains Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Kent Greene and Mr. and Mrs. George Sherwood and son were dinner guests yesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs: W. J. Horton. The dinner was in honor of Mrs. Greene's birthday which occurred last week. • <f Complimentary Dinner for Madame Pattie Hall A group of B. P. W. club girls gave a complimentary dinner Friday evening to Madame Pattie HaU at Mrs. B. L. McNiel's. Those present were Theta Brewer, Ella Vezie, Maude McKinney, Julia McClure, Thehna Roberts, Alice Miles, Luella Vamer, Mrs. Alma Hale, and Mrs. Lydia Reynolds. ROC K LOW Feb. 25.—Mrs. Will Deer -dpenL Tlvjrsday with Mrs. Ed Eastwood and heliJed her quilt. . Miss Margaret J^horter spent the WKok-end with her tcaclier. Miss Bsrtha Perry. MIS . Will Duggan and Mrs. Albert Howell spent Friday afternoon witi Mr.s. Walter Stewart and Uonaid Lee. Roy Perrjs spent Monday at their sen's Ancei Perry's, and helped butcher a beef. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Duggan spent Monday with the latter'fj brother, Mr. 'and Mrs. Raymond Gibson, west of Humboldt. MJS . Ed Eastwood is spenditi; sev,ern! days at the Everett Eastwood home helping take care of the new boy. sir. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Reed- cr and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Rfede; and family spent Sunday at Tom Ru!»sell's. ; 1: Frank Hawkins and.Walter Stew- ait sawed wood for Albert Howell Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crone and family spent Sunday evening at Will Deer's. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. I>uggan spent Thursday wil h their son, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Duggan, Ft.: Scott. Walter Duggan bought a veal ojUfl; of ?,lrs. Chas. Horner Tuesday. '^Ti NEW! FOR HALITOSIS MOUTH-WASH GAROtE St HALF the usual prict of other quality Antiseptics... TRIAL SIZE (A 25< VAIUE) 10^ ' ' • To the JLadies! The Latest in Plaids and Fipres -IN- Without a ,(ioulU lhe .<ie arc the sniartcst fashions — the richest fabrics that*have ever been presented at this price! • Smart ankle length Sunday-nite types! • Frocks for street and sport! •Sheers! Washable Crepes! Chiffons! Misses' and Women's ^izesl 9 Prints and NEW Colors! Grace c'arver Bansom, One of the 11 aulhorizcd lecturers of the Bridge World Lecture Bureau. Weekly For the Most Nearly Correct Solutions to Grace Carver Ransom's HAND OF THE WEEK EACH AD BELOW CONTAINS A VALUABLE TIP PLAY CONTRACT BRIDGE Contest is Easy- Costs NothiiTg to Enter 10 Winners Weekly, Copyright 1933 by Hand of the Week, Tulsa, Ok. Reproduction in whole, or part prohibited. Trade-Mark Reg. Brid PLAYING CARDS^PRIZES—SCORE PADS- CANDIES—ICE CREAM—POPCORN Our Tip: West passes second round bidding. An ace wins triclyl3. Cook's Drug Store See Our Complete Stock of New SPRING SHOES Our Tip: Soutli plays jack of hearts on triclc 11. West plays heart 8 on trick 12. INSIST 9N SHOES THAT FIT ! Harrison's Bootery You Don't Finesse When Choosing Smart Afternoon FRO(bKS BY JANELLE or ELYNOR They are selected from the most fashionable creations by Paris and New York stylists— yet priced excepUonally low $10.75 $19.75 . NORVH 4^ A-lO-6-4-2 ^ ArK-7-3-2 Our Tip: A spade wuis trick 7. A 4 wins trick 9. Co7ne in and see our New^ Line of SPRING WALLPAPER One whole room priced as low as $1.00 •I' Our Tip: A heart wins tricii 10. An ace wins trick 6. LAYLE'S Wall Papers—Paints In Cook's Druff Store. WEST • 7-4-3 A-10-8-7-5 8-5 *7-6.5 EAST ¥Q -4-3-2 fl^ J.10-8-4-2 \ GRACE CA!JVKR RAN.SO.M One nl Ifie Elntn Aulhoritcd Uclurcu of Tkc Buiiz^ n'vrlj LuUnt Burr4u • . SOUTH • K -8 - . ¥K -J -9 ^ Q-J -10-6-4 IMPORTANT- South is dealer—north and south vulnerable. COSTS NOTHING TO ENJTER—RULES ARE SIMPLE 1. Read each ad carefully as each onp contains a valuable tip on the correct bid. play an^ score of "The Han^; of the \\^eek." 2. Write your version of the correct contract bidding, play and final score of -'The Hand of the Week." 3. Your solution must be received at the ofQce of The Register on or before 61: 00 p. m. next Saturday to compete for the prize awards of this week's hand. 4. To, those whose solutions are most neetrly correct in the opinion of the Grace Carver Ransom and associated jutiges, the following 10 cash awards will be paid: First. $10; second. ^5: tliird, • $2.50; fourth, $1.50; fifth. $1: sixth, $1; seventh. $1; eighth, $1; ninth, $1; tenth, $1. 5. In event of tics, neatness and general knowledge of contract bridge shown in solution will • govern. Decisi6n of the judges shall be final, i Winners will be announced two,weeks from today. I J. Everyone is eligible to compete for. the prize awards except professional contract bridge teacliers or lecturers. Your Best CONTRACT is Insurance Our Tip: South gives s ^am signal on second round ding. Diamond wins trick bld- II. R.L.Thomj^sonAgeiij;y PH 6> IE 142 DO YOU KNOW? There are more than 30 elements in every radio tube no matter what the make—tiny pieces of wire and delicate bits,of mqtal. I We Feature the Evere|^ 4-Pillar RAM Put one in ''erach socket of yoiir set ai^^hote the dlffe^-- ence in.rec «tJ |ion. Our Tip: W(|t plays diamonja on trick 2. Alsace wins triclt 8. Radio Service op Tij^OE WASHERS Radio fiiVl^pa^ of; All Kinds For Clever Bridge You Need Good Light! Modernize Your Fixtures Une Genuine Edison Mazda Lamp.s Our Tip: South opens with a suit bid. A club wins trick 5. K. C. ELECTRIC & PLUMBING CO. 109 E. Madison C. M. JEWETT , Phone 63 Don't Let Tour Shirt a P P]LAY Be comfortable in a TRUMP— the shirt which never stranKles, whose tail never climbs. Guaranteed to fit permanently. Our Tip: East passes second round bidding. Solith'plays club on tricic 4. PERHAM^S 9

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