Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 2, 1933 · Page 8
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Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, March 2, 1933
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VAGE EIGHT NEWS OF Monthly Meeting of lAHarpe W. C. T. IT. Held in Home of Mrs. S. I. Giffordi Friday. HE BOLTS INDIANA'S "STEAMROLLER** (Beverly MaUory.) iLAHARPE, Kas., Mar. 1—Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd, lola, Mr. and Mrs. Dick stntlcr, north of Bronson. were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. GJene Smith. Pete Odor and Miss LoUta Statler called In the evening. iChas. Stetler. Wicliita. was In tqwn the first of the week attend-^ irig to gas liiterests. JMJss Elvln.-i Glenn, Miss Alice , Harris, and Miss Esther Moore at- ti'^ided a fisli supper at Wamers- biirg Monday evening. Rev. Grcsham, Moran, preached alJ the Christian church Sunday anii w4s a dinner.iruest pf Mr. and Mrs. Jalnves Moore and family. ' ;Mrs. Cecil Pj;rklns, lola, visited Mmidiiy with her parents. Mr. and Mh;. Vomc Green and Iflmlly. Card of Thanks. ' |-W<! wish to thank our friends and neighbors who were so kind to us during the illness, and death of oiu- husband and father, and also for the beautlfui flowers.—Mrs. Rosa McKaughn and family.. Mrs- Vera Green. Miss Wanda Green, Mrs. Roy Brock, Mrs. JEffie Pettjt.and Mrs. Walter Pettlt, San Accacia, Colo., were guest? Tuesday in I lola of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Perkins and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Blcklng and Ricliard, Ottawa, visited Monday, ^ . . . wlUvMr. Bickiiig-3 mother, MXS. • ed Tuesday eyening m Moran with Mammle Bicking and other rela- Mrs-; Dumont Sickly, tinshei-cl business meeting and election ^ ;,' , ,« „ of officers of the Phllithea class of Granvil: Stephens Miss Uvon jj^^ ^ g ^ ^ ,^ Stephens and Miss Gladys • Chase. Tuesday afternoon. Mrs.;Dora New- lola. returned Monday^vening from president: .Mrs. Edna Barker, vice-president. I and i Miss Effie Stc:\'enson, secretan- and I treasurer. A covered dish luncheon was planned for Marchi 15. Those present were: Mesdames O. D. Hart- j Training Cftmp J^otes In a dramatic scene in which he protested that the Indiana Senate is "gravitating to a mob," Senator • Chester A. Perkins resigned his seat, strpde from the legislative chamber. He had. waged a long but unsuccessful fiiht against majority ''Steam roller" tactics. The Senate hoard his prot (st in silence made no rejoinder except that of Senator Kctchum. presiding, who answered from the chair, "Ta-ta!" week-end with their broUier and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Armour Stephens and family. They were accompanied home by Barbara Ann Stephens who will remain here for a few days visit. The property belonging to Mrs. Dora Wade in the west part of town has been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Rldseway and family, Ottawa, wlio j plan to make their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevenson and family visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Stevenson's father, Mr. Bedenbender and other relatives near Geneva. i Icy. Russ Henderson. '^J. W;^ How- j^rton. Leona Morrison, Lee "Limes, j Homer Ti'oxell, Willis Kerr. Bert i ^ohnton. Geo! Roe, Edna Barker, ptls Barker, and Miss Effie Stevenson. ' j Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gregory visited Tuesday with Mr. Gregor>-'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C Gregorj-. near Bayard. I i Due to an error the report of Uic '^^ V^^r'*^' »T. , ,r r^ ! TwenticUi Century club held Wed- Paul.Wagnor and Nigel AIcDDn-l^gj^j afternoon. February 22, at ald-^rove to Erie Sunday to v^it , ^Uc home of Mrs. W. H. Wood, friends. Mr. .Wagnor^retumed for ^.^ overlooked. Games wer.- an indefimtc visit with his parents j ^1-^^ .^^^ refreshments served to here. the folloiving members: Mesdame.. The LaHarpe W. C. T. V. held its j ^ j^^jepp, J. P. Heath, J. A. Mc- regular motithiK ineetlng at the, p^nnld -W. R. Dougherty. Willis home of Mrs. S. I. Gifford Friday, Kerr, Ethel Barker. J. A. Reeves, February; 24. The president, Mrs.; Nevv-man. Joe Burger and ELsie Walton presided. The session , j^^s. Louis Burger and Joy opened by smging the Crusader j j^^s. Williams, and Uie glory song. Psalms 100 and 121 • hostess Mrs. Wood. "The next meet- were read by the group. Several n„j, „.(,] (,e held March 8.,-at the prayers were offered led by j^irs. home of Mrs. J. B. Knepp. Glfford Mrs. Walton read "The . puberal .services were held at the Busy Women of the W. C. T. U.' .Methodist church for James lilc- ••0 :ve tn the Wind thv Pears" wai i j^aughn. Sunday afternoon' con- sung. Mrs. Belle Limes subject ^^cted by J. W. Howerton. Mrs. was "Statesmanship." Mrs. Henaer- ; f^utie Livingston, Mrs. Minnie Stev- soh gave ah interesUng reixjrt on i enson. N. C. Kerr, and J. A. Mc".^•^ '^'^^""y Donald furnished the music. Tht. visited in Kansas City, Kas. A card . paUbcarers were Miles Templeman. of. thanks from ^IJ^ and Mrs Tom. Pete smart. Ed McVey, Albeit Green was read by Mrs. Oifford. | smith. Alvn Flack and Hoischcl Mrs. Marj- Montgomery and Mrs. Hagar each gave a poem. Mrs. Luella Sweany read a communication Smith. Out-of-town relath-es and friends attending Were Mr. and Mr-s. L. O. Comett and childfen, Naomi, from Governor Alfred ^ndon andljaj^gs. and. Francis, ,J. E.'cornett! one from United States Senator Arthur Capper. The Aaronic benediction closed the meeting, Refreshments were served to seven members and three guests. The March meeting will be annoiinoed later. Friends here wish to express good wishes to Miss Margi^ Peck, north of lola, formerly of here, who was •married Sunday to Henry Upshaw, Carlyle. \ . , Miss Maxine Sarten entered the senior class in the lola high school Tuesday morning. Miss Sartin formerly attended school in Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Holdeman who have been visiting their son, A. A. Holdeman for some time returned the last of the week to their home in Hutchinson. Mrs. C. T. Harris is seriously ill at her. home. Mr.'and Mrs. Guy Pees and Cath^ ierine, and Mrs. Viola Cheezem, lola, visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Martin and- Mrs. Mary Lahar. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Muer; lola. irioved the first of the week to the L. A. Ayres property oii South Main. Betty Lou "Sartin entJered the primary room in the LaHarpe schools this week, « Todd Canatsey, iola, was in La­ Harpe Tuesday on busUiess. The LaHarpe boys team won the basketball game at Bronson Friday evening 28-14. The LaHarpe girls team won 25-10. Marylin Bryan re-enrolled in the kindergarten conducted by JMTS. Lester Knepp. this weelt. Mrs. Gene Smith accompanied MIS. Bob Yocum, lola, to the home of Mr. and Mrs, Dick Statler, nortli oC Bronson Tuesday to visit. In the accident south of town Snlurdny night the car in which Ml', and Mrs. Roy Ernest'and Mr. and Mrs, J, L. Sliumaker, Virgil, Kas.. were driving to SBVonjJurg in to visit relnllvca who wcro111 was .struck by a ciir driven by Sanj Boc- ki'ii. Mr. LVnest hud 8topi)Cd their riir to tlo more securely a stove on tlir back of the cnr, Mr. Ernest VMI.S .seriously Injured and taken to tho St, John's hospital where he is improving fcomt'whftt. A, A. Holdeman visited friends In Kunstvs city o\cr the w^ek-end. ' Clyde sickly, Oonesus Lake, New York, and Mrs. E. J. Bondy and Anna Louise Bondy. Kansas City, arc visiting friends In LaHarpe having arrived to attend the fimeral of their mother and grandmother, Mrs. P. M. sickly, who died in a hospital at Rochester, New" 'York. The funeral services were held at the Sleeper funeral home In lola this afternoon and burial was made in the LaHarpe cemetery. ; Mrs. Sickly was a resident of this, community for many years. • j Mrs. J. W. Hudson, lola. asisisted by hbr daughter. Alma, will iive a program cdnsistlng of readlnjjs at the Methodist church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. r Mrs. Bud Maudlin aha Mrs! Earl Maudlin, lola. visited Tuesday aft- cr.'ir-zn with Mrs. Dora Newman. Mr. 5vnd Mts, H. R, ManUi vlsit- and Miss Lecrfa Crawford, all of Kansas City, Mrs. Clyde Hess and Mrs. Will Mills. Camett. j Mrs. L; O. Oomett is visiting for few days with her mother, Mrs. James McKaughn. Congress Adjourns Washington. Mar. 2. (AP)—Both the Senate and House adjourned today out of respect . to the late Thomas J. Walsh. . Los Angeles. Mar. 2. (AP)—Melvin Ott ts ranked among | the real veterans of the New York Qiants as he stiarts his eighth maj|)r league seasim but he is having a bard time convincing the Los Angeles faiis Who see hlmlfor the first time. Ott wont be 24 years old until tomorro'w. He was only 16 when he Joined the Giants and he never has played with any o^hier professional team. , - ^sadena, Calif., MarJ 'zl (AP)— Instead i of waiting until March 12 to report to the Chicago ,Whlt6 Sox, Al Simmons probably "will Join his new mai«s by the end of this week. Owner Lou Comlskey has become so eager, to sec Simmons Iworklng in a SoXn uniform that he called Xilm l^£t night and urged him' \o report as quickly as possible. Th^ former Athletics sliigger said he needed a couple of days treatment of his teeth, btit would have his fiVG;rc- plncemchu Installed in: Californift Instead 6f remaining at HotiSprlngs, Ark., for the Job. ! Avalon, Calif., Mar. 2. (AP)—Satisfied that the recently i arrived memberi of the second squad can stand the work,, Manager Charley Grimm had intra-club games scheduled for the Chicago Cubs \today and tomorrow, in preparation for the invasions ,of the New York Giants Saturday and Sunday., Grimm had figured on letting the opening | games of the exhibition season serve as the first tests, but found his men in siich good condition that he decided to let them fight among themselves a couple of times before tackling the Giants. Madly chasipK the f«ko rabbit that flnall> liirrs ilui. jcrosa tlii* nniah line, this pa^k of greyhounds, In full cry, forms a stirring bii of action |at tiiie Miami Beach Kennel Club track, i The muz- sled hounds are rounding the tarn Just before thp stretc^i, where ai final spurt oC speed will send llie Vrlaner homo to a nlcij teed of bon^a. . , ' ' I ! ' .,i i • , Brusfaing Up Sports - - - By Laufer New Orleans. Mar. 2. ; (AP)— Manager Roger Pecklnpaugh of the Cleveland Indians was 1 highly pleased >ith the condition shown by the first-ten men to report!for the initial spring session. \ "All the boys seem to have done some preliminary work before coming herej" he. said, "and if this weather continues we'll be in shape In a hurry. • j "We did just enouRh at tfae first practice to get a little soreness wliich will be worked out today." Eight of the ten are batterymen. Miami, Fla., Mar. 2. (AP)—Babe Phelps, who hasn't signed t^ie contract the'Brooklyn Dodgers !offered him, seems bent on proving his claims that the salary shbtild be somewhat higher. Phelps not only has been "bea,ring down" more than the other Brooklyn pitchers,; but he has re-discovered the sinker ball which' made him a highly successful pitcher in 1931. Sm'th as a Sachem. Nor;- York. Mar. 2. (AP>—Alfred E. Smith v/ill march with Tammany in the inaugural parade atWash- irglon Saturday. Clad in the nile erocn and gold regnlia of a Tam- muiny .sachem, he will step with six other .^chems. ; • in the early 1870's there was as yet In New York no organized protection of children and thie law sanctioned no interference between parent arid child. A little girl of 0, beaten, starved, was brought into court upon complaint of the I society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children and the law for tiie prevention of cruelty to animals was invoked in her behalf. IN 1934- DEAMAEUR, CORU»KrCu« OFSoSllAND MftCTJyiMV/ • MONTEVALE Feb. 27—Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cixe- zem and family spent Thursday evening at the parental Jotm Rogers Henrj- Fielding Dickens, son of Charles Dickens, tells an amusing story of being mistaken for his father. A young girl on being Introduced, gushed that she haJd read many of his boolts and was deUght- ed with them. "And which j of my books do you like best?" he! asked her. "Dartd Copperfleld." w^as the answer.- "My father would] have been glad to hear that." he told her. Hans Shetart, the *'<3 €rman Ox" v.ho is to wrestle on the M. W. A. hall <»rd tonight was In The Regis, . J „ , iter office this afterhoon and • de- ?t ^1fpfh Blnh«*r )f^.S\, ^ffijcla ^d Wmself all f uhed . for his Lambeth, Richard , Lambeth, Elsie- ^^^^1 scrap with John Ellis, WILLIAM BRAUCrtER Comedy of Errors \ GREAT deal of misunderstanding has ei"own "out of the death of Ernie Schaaf. The fact that Schaai went down to his death in a prize ring, with the jeers of thousajids'rlnglng'in his punch-deadened ears has Klven Irise to! what easily may become overdoae sentiment. Schaaf was a prize ftghter trading punch for punch, risking injury for higll stakes. After all, he wasj not an altar boy butchered with an ax. Ojie physician Insisted Schaat's ;dcnth was not caused by an In- bury he received at Camera's puuidB. Every observer ;Jt the irlnRsido seems agreed that the Hnal pijtich did not carry enough, jpnwcr to kill the man who had vvJih Bacr last fall. * • * In Walks Muldooh! J ^UT ijow HoxhiK OommlM .'doMcr'. j other way as to make a killer out of the l)lB Italian. Vet ho hover WHR n inurdiMous mauler lictorci iiici!llnK Schaaf,' Many tiion have died before Muldoon demands that KUchiSchauf, and many others will dio monistcilH ntt Cnrnora Bo tiet aMldo '"ft«r htm for the sake ol playing^ 'n a Hiiper -droadnauKht class by"'" K«nnf. Liithor McCarthy; hi'MiHcIveH, and not bo allowed lo • l''i'n.i>l<l« Campbell and other noted flKht l((llo fellows who weigh' rl'tRsloi's have found death thn norely 200 pounds. Camera hlm-,'P<"islly. Al Lansman ployed! one lelf seems the only one who many;games ot football for igrccH ^'Ith Muldoon in his belief (Now York University. Dick SherU hat Camera Is a deadly hitter. ;dan died In a West Point uniform Prirao even takes a bow on the » "^'"'^ player. Ray Chap- jiunch that pushed Schaaf to thel'"*"- sl'or's'oP of the Cleveland So Suddenly Deadly« TT remains the opinion in this corner that Camera Is not much ot a lighter. He happened aloiig at fateful time. Hjs admits himself that he has hit- others countless times with the same sort of shove that: sent Schaaf sprawling never to , rise. Did his punches suddenly take on' some potent spell against the Boy from Boston? Emblazoned across the top of a recent sports page I saw a picture of Camera's hairy left arm. with some such legend aa "How wuld you like to be'slussed with this?" The BUKgesllpn is that Camera 's left Is a Icthul weapon. Does anybody else care to step up and have l,la brains batted out? The same writers who cried home. Prankle Dozier moved to a places; Just west of Bayard the last of the^ week. Elbert Templeman is movbig to what Is known as the Tredway place this week, having rented it for the coming year. Wlllard Smith attendefd the funeral of George Ensminger at La­ Harpe Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Lena Piles and family have our sincere sympathy In their sad bereavement, the loss of her brother, George Ensminger. . WUIard Smith finished sawing wood Monday on the C. L. Isaac place. Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers received word Friday of ttie birth of a little granddaughter south of Moran and a little great grandson February 23, at Kansas City. Friday ended the sixth mpnth of school at Montevale. niose having;teacher. Sinith and Leroy Qchtz. Due to the bad weather, we hafl only four present two days. Those having perfect spelling for the month were Evelyn Lambeth and Donald Lambeth. Dennis Isaac call^ at the parental Isaac home Mor day afternoon. The young men holding meetings at Bayard were calers in this community Thursday aitemoon. Mrs. Ida Rogers called Monday afternoon on Mrs. Isaac and JMrs. Erwin. Mr. and Mrs. C^rleton Stlckney spent Sunday nightt at the parental Isaac home. February 14 we had a valentine box after the last recess. Valentines were exchanged, candy hearts ^ere hidden antt games were played. Hope Williams was a visitor. , ! Visitors for the month were: Mrr Edna Letsinger and son Claudie Mrs. Herschel Smith and Mrs. (3aln of Pittsbtu-g.—Miss jlone L. Smith, Woman Secretary Says She Is a Born Gossip New York, Mar. 2. (AP)—Frances Perkins is a "bom gpssip." At least she described herself as bne 23 years ago. Wdilsh Dies on Train On His Way North Continued From Page One) heai and placed her hands on her stomach. She said it was his stomach that made him ill." Df- Plttman said there was no way of qetennining immediately tlu; exact I cause of death but it wajs bis option it was a sudden heart attack. iHe said only!a few train! officials, Mrs. Walsh and her maid! were present In the drawing room when helboarded the train at Wllsonfafter being called from * hospital there., OlTflcials there said they h ^"d no instructions except to prepare t for burial and to' make it ready to send to Washington by this afternoon 's trai^. Senator Walsh only; last week fleW .to Havana to marry' Senora Klvcs Perioz Chaumont de Truffln, widow of a wealthy Havana business man. Thej marriage took place Sattfrday and; the couple then proceede^l on theli* honeymoon to the Uhlted Stat^. " I They spent several days In Florida and left Daytona Beach last night on their way to Washington. In Weddkig Suit i Senator WaLsh will be burled in IOLA. KANSAS ON THE ALLEYS League Standings. W. L. Pla Mors 42 Colts . 37 Recreations ......32 Pla Mors. Pet. 33 .560 \, 3S> .493 ' 40 .431 Rcuther ,.. 172 204 197 573 Doolittle ., 156 189 154 489 Frltchle ... ....:i66 166 166 498 Corr .....185 165 135 515 Billbe 135 172 195 502 Totals ... .....814 896 877 2587 Colts. Humes ... ; 160 177 190 527 Willis 186 212 130 S34 Northrup .. 166 110 143 428 Matney ... ...,.187 190 173 550 Denning .. .....171 204 188 563 Totals ... 882 918 846 2450 A paean In praise of gossip—the 'thei^lothes in which he was married homely, heart-'vrarming, harmless kind—has been found Imbedded In a thesis written In 1910 by the woman who was to rise to become Prarddin D. Roosevelt's secretary ol labor; She was studying then for her master's degrG« at ColundUa mil- versity; Into the tenement district'^ siic went, risking rebuffs and actual Violence, trying to" find out why school children suffered from malr nutrition. She studied the background of 107 o children and wrote her cbncluslons In her thesis. So,well did she succeed in the delicate task of getttag ioformatior from'parents |tl^t only once did aii Inebriated father threaten to throw ^er. out. Her success, she Intimated fas due largely to tier ability as a ;ossIp. Gossip," she 'wrote, "se«ns to be e weU-w«rn path to the back le intimate side—of every .uman soul. Now a good gossip, lljlke a good poet. Is bom, not made, and the writer of this paper claims to belong to the species of bom gossips- "To discourse of landlords and thch: families," of neighbors and their faults or virtues, of husbands and their Idlosyncracles, of babies and their teeth. Is a joy to her heart." j Gossip, she said, makes for greater Democracy, and aocompllshe.s •fthe miracle of unde!rstandlng bs- tween two human beings." Satiirday. Tpe body was embalmed and dressed in his wedding suit. The body will jlle In state here a .short while before taking it on to Washington. * R^rvations were made on; the Atlantic Coast Line train which j leaves-here at 2:55 p. m. arrives, in" Washington at 10:45 tonight. According to present plans. Mrs,' Walsh will accompany the body to the national capital although' she still jwas in a highly nervous state late in the morning. Scores of citizens here called iri pay their respects and offer ^ym-. pathy and she received small grDups as she felt able. THE GERMAN OX IN TOWN John Ellis's Opponent Says He is Ready to Go. Quake Rocks Tokyo. Tokyo, Mar. 3, (Friday)—lAPi— Ai^ e9rtl\quake of unusual strenglh and duration shook the Tokyo region at 2:30 a. m. today. First reports said only minor damage had been caused. "THEATER OF THE STARS" Today AND FRIDAY! Matinee 10c-15( Night 10c-25c RAn<fEy TO BE NEXT SPEAKER Illinois Democrat Slated to Take Gamer's Place. Ottawa. ! Another newcomer. All Hussein, otherwise konm iis ! the •jTerriblc Tiurk, Is down on the card for a one-hour Ihndted match with Orvel Cox. Predonia. Promoter Mike Chacoma said that in his absence Bull Henry will handle all complaints and also referee, i Jaken R irh tPrr iZ r„Uh^ ^i-haat went anvas. He says- he is a pretty :ood puncher after all, . and iiiaybc the rlngsters didn't realize how much forbe there was behind ^hat last wallop. . Such a statement mi^ht make his managers \ineasy if they did not know that "•rimo is not to be taken too serl- (^usly. Several years ago Muldoon refused to sanction a bout between 'ictorlo Campoio and Johnny Aisko. He solemnly pronounced Campoio too | big for such a squatty fellow| as the Baker Boy. {o the fight was taken to Florida, \-here the little lad chased the faucho all over the ring, defeat- l IS him! decisively,, though the Indians, went to bat once too often, but Pitcher Carl Mays cannot be held to blame for that. A Dare to Danger ll/TEN have gone to their deaths! for thfe sake ot speed. They knew the specter with which theyi flirted. Sir Malcolm Campbell.| fol-i lowing the same iireathless trail; that led Ray Keech. Lee Bible,! Tonjmy Lockhart, Major Segi^vej and other daring souls to disaster, was not deterred by danger, j Schaaf thought the game iwas ] worth the candle. So have many' others before him. Camera is no more to blame -for It than "JTale was responsible for the death o{ Sheridan. ) I New PoUce Chief Named. Kansas.CIty,! Kas., Mar. 2. (AP)— William M<iMulljn, chief of police, reslped today and W. H. Stone, a druggist, -was atroolnted to succeed him by Mayor IfcComfcs. Katy Shops to Open. St. Louis, Mar. 2. (AP)—Plans for rdopening the shops of the Mis.souri- Kansas-Texas \ Ihies at Parsons. Kanjias, Sedalia, Mo., and Waco. TJBX., were announced today by M. K. CahlU. president of the road. Waishington. Mar. "2. (AP)—It looks] as though before the day is out: Representative Rainey of Illinois jWill be chosen speaker of the house of representatives to succeed John IN. Gamer, vice-president elect. Eventualities may change ! tUe prospiect, but out of a swirl of:developments at the capltol today emerged Indications that only a terrific upset would suffice to do so. Supporters of ^presentative McDuffie of Alabama, party whip, would not. concede: but Rairiey's managers confidentlj' predicted! he= would win on the first ballot at: the party caucus in the late afternoon. Managers for Representative Byms of Tennessee, the third leading candidate, frankly stated that. Byms had withdrawn in support of i Rainey and would make a speech in i his behalf. ' : ' Representative Cullen of New York, a leader, plainly indicated that 5^ his powerful Tammany delegation f would support Rainey. This .strength, barring other ^de. velopments. makes Rainey's sqlec- tion almost certain. SPECIAL!!! The American Legion presents this program as a special benefit show. Proceeds will go to financing the return of Clay Lightner's family from Prance —every Legionnaire and nil citizens of lola are urged to attend I ' ANOTHER ELECTRIFYING HIT! The Stanwyck tradition oiF daring roles blazes on in a picture as daring as "Night Nurse"as • outspoken as "Illicit"! Janesville, Wis.—All talk to contrary notwithstanding, marriage the nn Is the most successful institutioil the face of' the earth, said John}; W. Grossj who reached this conclu^on after iseven years of experiencei: as dlvorcie counsel for Rock county. THE J. F. GRENNAN PRODUCE CO. - C. O. COGHUJL, Manager POULTRY AND EGGS Egg Cases and Supplies . SUrt Yoiir Chicks Right U.SE PILLSmiRY STARTING FOOD Old and Reliable—Established Comer Monroe and Ebn . 1911 f.Ttist West of the Wat^r Towfit) UMB THEY UIK ABOUT' A W«rner Broi.' Plcinr* COMEDY "Boys Win Be Boys" Oswald, "The Busy Barber" Latest M-G-M News "THE KID FROM SPAIN' —ARRIVES- SATURDAY NITE AT 11:30: r ! 1 An Opeit Letter to the People ; • i • . ; \ ' of lola 4^ lola The lola Amiisement Companjr acknowledges with thanks the approval and splendid snpijort extended jby the pablic to the loU Theatre during the jkist 18 months , In bringing to lola a new standard of modem entertalnnient far Bor- passiag anythtnr previously knotvn In this territory, a pab- lie service has been rendered which can be measnred only in the latciTst and appreciation shovm by every penon. The estiU)lisbinent of the finest entertainment valnesj haa bronsht to lola an investment of many thousands of dollan in bnlld- Ingt and equipment wh|ch, in turn, has thcnefltted each and every person In lata by the widespread Interest and publicity warranted by an outstanding entertainment project It Is our purpoM to maintain that leadership by ptoridiog the best entertainment at the lowest admission prices, C. The New Kelley Theitre will be opened in a very short time, oomplctely remodelled, redecorated and with the best modem equipment. New spring-cushion upholstered seats, the flaest carpets and the latest Jmproveinents in sound re- prodncUbn will be provided. The Kelley will have a eomplete- ly equipped stage, suitable for Hhe presentation of any and all stage attractions. New prdjeellon equipment and RCA High Fidelity Sound will guarantee perfect picture presentation. The Kelley 'will have the. ( far, Uie greatest propoi^iion of Its ings "Made In lola"— .eiectric signs, cabinet work, fixtures and numerous other Items will be built by a half doien com- dlstinction of having, by equipment and fnmlsh- SOUTHEASTERN KANSAS' FINEST petent lola firms, who are entitled to this businessJ < A regular 10c admission!price wlH prevail at the New Kelley. Arrangements have been made to supply the lola and (he New Kelley with the most outstanding attractions of the current season. A program of the greatest picture* on the market Is guaranteed by the vast resources of Metro-Golil- wyn-ftlayer, Wamer-FIrst NationaI-Vitaphon<>,, Universal, Columbia and United Artists .Stbdles, Eddie Cantor;in ^'Thc Kid from Spain"—14 stars and 200 gorgcuus EJri.V in the musical miracle, "42nd Street"—Lee Tracy In "(.'Icar Al Wires" —Joan Crawford and Gary Cooper In "Today jwe Mvc"—the three Barrympres In M -G-M's million dollar Npcclacir "Ka .H- putln"—lUlen Hayes and Clark Gable In "The WJitc Sister"—Richard Bar^hetmess in "Grand Central Airport"— "Gabriel Over the White HOUNC "—"Tarzan and His Mate"—, "Hell Below"—"Mystery of the Wax Museum"—"'^'he Dig Cage"—"Men Must Fight"—"The Masquerader"; —'^"Grand Slam"—"Tugboat, Annie"—"Private Jones"—are bnlj a few of the sensational hits wiilch will also Include such titars as Norma Shearer, Marie Dressier, Wallace Beery, Ramon Novarro, John Gilbert, Marion Daries, Jean Harlow. ^,Ronald Coleman and Ruth jchatterton. ! | . The finest pict'ores—^the greatest pictures—and! bfaied efforts of all the comr employees arc at your service.! <inr aim • Is to provide the almost In courtesy and convenience at all times to every patron. i I lOLA'S FAMILY THEATRE

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