Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 6, 1933 · Page 2
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Monday, March 6, 1933
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'^VACm TWO THE lOtA t)AlLY REGISTER. MONDAY EVEJNING, MARCH 6 ,1933. RHYME. -Swift' as blazing wood, heart is swifter; Slow as. melting ice,, The heart is slower. I High though:cedars rise, Love rises higher; ' Low though moss creeps. Love creep? lower. Blind as moles stare. The heart stares blinder; dear as eagles gaze. The heart gazes clearer. Far though stars stand, ijove.stands farther; Near though bodies He, Love lies nearer. —Marie De L. Welch.. holding Women 's Relief Corps Meets In Memorial Hall The McCook 'post Women's Relief Corps No. 145 met Friday afternoon In the G. A-. R. rooms at Memorial hall with Mrs. Phlla Wolf, president. In charge., Mre. Ursula payslnger acted as chaplain and read & portion of the scripture. Four sick calls were reported and $5.50 in relief work, Mrs. Oma, Lamb,: who has CHERRY GROVE (Mrs. .Lewis Hartmah.) Feb. 28^Mr. and Kirs. Horace Lower and Eugene spent Sunday evening witH Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sauers and family. : Mr. and- Mrs. Fred Bowen were visitors at' J. W. Adams's Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Black spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Orin Adams. Mr. and Mrs., Saiii Lower and son Junior, Mr. and Mrs, Horace Lower and Eugene and Miss Wanda Lower were Sunday dlnner_ guests i of Mr; and Mrs. George Pettlt. Two ladles have been gospel the schoOlhouse the past week. Mr. and Mrs.' Black and Dewey . Smith drove to Fall River. • Kas., i Monday. Mr. Black's brother accompanied them honie and will make his home with them. There will be a play at the schoolhouse tomorrow night ("Tuesday) given by the young people of Maple Grove community. Everyone is invited. .J Mr. and Mrs. George Hamilton and children are . visiting at the Black home. Friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Garver and family gathered at their home last Friday evening for a farewell party for them as they are moving from this community soon. The evening was spent HOME-^TO WHITE HOlTSjE been 111, was present and Mrs. Jennie Mather was reported as Im- 1 wltii games and visiting" Refresh- proving. • •:• ChlH Feed for Carriers of Saturday Evening Post A chill feed was held Saturday evening at the home of Hartlen Hitter, district agent of the Saturday Evening Post, for the local carriers of the Curtis publication. The boys present were: Eugene Shanahan, Billle Enfield, Isaac Myer, Lawrence Dresser. Bailey and Byron ments of sandwiches, pickles, pie and, coffee were Served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. AdamSj Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dickerson, Mr. and Mrs. Black, Mr. and Mrs. Ri B. Wilson, Mrs. Belle Adams and son Lonni?: Mr. and Mrs. Alva Cation, Elva and Howard, Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wolfe, Frances. .Underwood. Joetta Adams, Miss' Lucile Foster. Mrs. Hartman, Walter. Ruby and Roy. and Mr. and Mrs. Garver, Ohaney, Jack Anderson, Bob McKin- ^ hey, Gordon Ciallins, Edwin Braum. \ Evelyn, Doris and Delbert. Clarence Robinson, and Donald GOLDEN VALLEY Feb. 28—E. H. Manbeck threshed lOLAi KANSAS NEWS OF LAHARPE Mrs. J. H. Cnlb^^o Entertains ,Her Simd»r Soijool C^uss at Dinner JXi^y- Leavitt. Frank Jones, the district manager, was also present, and Miss Margaret Bemsberg and Miss Hattic, , j , „,-, Peterson assisted Mrs. Ritter in the | °f ts Monday for Wiley serving Skumer on the Farr farm. - .*. 3nd Mrs. Gus Smith and fam- Birthday Gatheriiff for i "'^^^^ Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Mr Horde j Harry Smooti , • Friday cvenLiR about 20 neighbors i. ^i "le Earl Dean Baker of Deering. j and friends gathered at the home! ^''S '"ng tins week with his grand- . ; of .Charles D. Horde to remind him ; Parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stute- i Here are the happy Roasevelts as they reached the White House after the inauguration ceremonies to take up their residence in the historic mansion for the ne.xt fQ;u- years. President and Mrs. Roosevelt art- accompanied of his birthday and congratulate him upon it. Games and music con- i \-ilIe. Fred Stafford and Mrs. Stafford! by their son. James. stltuted the entertainment of the!"^°^inf/o eventag. Refreshments were .served. J "st_recently vacated/by the Nash • •:• ; ^'^""ly- . i I Benefit Bridge Postponed Charles Hawkins has been taking Indefinitely ' advantage of the dull time in fiirm: wliich wa.s to'^'"'''' by enlarging and deepening a i Smith and family spent last Sunday RISING STAR Mar. 1.—Mr. and Mrs. Willard The benefit briclRP have been given this week by' the I {"^P^^j'^ "^^"^ ^ Cater-i at the Van Buren home near Red- ladies of the V. F. W. Auxiliary- has S Sley1>riSS^S '^e^ ' ^^Harpe, visited ^unday with her pillar tractor to do the work. M. W. Paddock, wife and son, Leo. ganization, announced today. Criterion Class Meets with Mrs. Warren •Tlie- Criterion class of tlic si.ster, Mrs. w ;iley Skinner and Mr. Skinner. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Knapp. with Colony friends, were in Fredonla and Independence Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Morrison, her. mis. riHrm-sL neiui.s wno oeen Methodist church mot Friday ail- i mother, Mrs. Parker. Mrs. H. V. j visiting relatives in Oklahoma has emooh in the- home- of Mi-s. Clar- i ^dams. Misses Mary Helen and ; returned home. Her brother brought Ruth Adams and Miss Bertha Perry • her home. Wilbur Helms and fam- attended the Moments Music Min-|ily stayed at the Helms home dur- strel in lola Tuesday evening. . | ing her absence. field. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mills spent Sunday evening at Clare Wilson's. Mr. and Mrs. Tom LaMunyon spent Sunday at Harley Snyder's. Mrs. Sanders ts the first to have baby chicks in tihis district. Mrs. Earnest Helms who has been ' ence Warren with Mrs. Hairy Wagner, Mrs. J. G. Taylor, and Mrs. H. C. LaMimyon as a.ssisting ho'slesscs. The devotionals were led by Mrs. Lee Moore. After a short business TOeeting, presided over by the president, Mrs. H. C. Bishop, the afternoon was spent. socially. Refresh- Mr. I and Mrs. John Stuteville and grandson, E|arl Dean, visited Sunday afternoon-with Mr. and Mrs. John Manbeck. Tlie roent.s were served to three Kucsts.iare pitting in their oats, though it| Mrs. W. P. Wlinrton, Mrs. Walter Cummins, Mrs. C- L. Stalclcr. and 21 members. • •:• •:• Fethcrlin-O'Neal Ml-, and Mrs. E, G. O'Noal announce the mnrringc of their daughter Helen to Royal Felherlln, son of Mr. and Mrs. Beit Fnthirlln. Tlio ceremony took ijlivcc Saturday evening in the office of Probate Judue Travis Mr. and Mrs. Felli- erlln are both graduates of the lola high school. Mrs. Felherlln graduating with of '27, Mr. Fetherlin is now manager of the Ideal garage. They will be at home at 51fi North Washington. I The bride was married in dress and shoes of grey with hat and coal of dark blue. Mr. Pyles is ill at this,time. Mrs. Elmer Hite and Bill, Mrs. Harley Snyder and Lee, Clare Wil- I son and Richard were lola, visitors weather is so spring hke many 1 Turondnv i Those spending! Sunday at the Nate Ketchum lio'me were Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McGinnis. lola, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Haddlc and Mrs. stella iLlneback, LaHarpc. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clark Perkins and Dee, Bronson, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ketchum and daugliter of Chanute, MLss .\iict is really too early. Whether it grows or dies will depend on the weather. Carl Olson and family, of Humboldt, ivisited Sunday with his brother, Ed and Maxine, at the home of Ora Smith. Mrsj Robert Eastwood returned Frid.'iy from her .son. Everelte' East- wcocl.'Where she has been carlni'for i ^'•°°'^''' '^"^ Wilfred, and a new grandson. Billy "Voung was Sunday afternoon icoriipany of Delbert Manbeck. Kansas City, Kas.—Bishop Charles L. Mead has announced postponement !of the annual Kansas conference pf the Methodist Episcopal church at Lawrence, from March 7 until ;a date yet to be set. Bishop Mead!said the change was made because! of banking situation. BY SISITER'MARi' strtngtoaTis .lrupdiced carrots, XKA Service AVrltcr 'i cup diced celery, 1 tablespoon EJiy often vegetables can be,n,i„ced onion. 1 head cauliflower, combined in made di.shes to;^ tablespoons butter. 3 table- form a most acceptable "piece de „ . • •resistance," for luncheon- or din- -PO"ns flour. 1 teaspoon salt, V4. ner. • teaspoon DCDDer. 4 tablespoon's Whenever a vcsetable dish i.s grated Cheese, prepared, . the seasoning is of • Remove outer stalks from caull- paramount importance. Mush- flower but do not separate into rodms give flavor to many 1 flowerottes. Let stand in' cold vegetable combinations. Spinacli' salted water for one hour. Drain and Irish potatoes particularly; and rinse well in clear cold water, gain interest by tTie use of mush-i-Melt butter, add onion and cook rooms. A suspicion of onion often ; 20 minutes. Add peas, b^ans. car- lifts an. unintei-esting and "flat": rots and celery and stir until thor- dish into the, savory or "tasty" class. Dried vegetables and the paste foods arc fre<iuently used as a "filler" with canned and fresh i vegetables. Savory \>gotnbles One "cup dried lima or marrow-1 fat beans, 1 rUp diced carrots, 2 green peppers, 1 Spunisli onion. 1 1 cup broken macaroni, 2; cupsj canned tomntoes, 2 lalilcspoons; butter. 1 cup sliced miisliroonis,' 1 teaspoon salt, U teaspoon pep-; Warren St.s.son and family. Mr. Klans nnd family of loin jhavo moved to their farm vacated by Mr. Oliver. Their little boy Wilfred ha.s enrolled in school nnd is In the first grade. Clnre Wilson and family and lioren Snyder visited at Harrj' Springstbn's near Pleasanton Sunday. Miss Alma and Nora Jones. Harold Jones. Mrs. Minnie Grizzle visited at Oatia Zornes's Sunday. Harley Snyder's started smoking their meat Monday morning and in the afternoon the smoke house caught fire and burned to the ground... Some of the meat was ruined but they saved quite a bit of it by getting a pitchfork and getting it out of the fire. ' Mrs. Sanders and AUie and Irvin. Mrs. Daiigherty, Mr. a£6' tArs. Willard Smith, Mrs. Logan 'Frbme, Mrs. Clare Wilson and Mrs. Har- ]m (Mm SAVON^URG Mar. 2—Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hcn- nicr wore ral.'cd to Aciinire. Kas.. by the death of his brotlier-in-law who died .suddenly. They returned Saturday. Mrs. Clara Granburg went to Thursday nnd spent the day visiting Mrs. Wadkins. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Elliott wore ir Chanute Tuesday on business. Wallace Lamb, who died Monday night in Fort Scott hospital following an operation, was buried Thursday aftejinoon. The funeral was lielri in the Friends church in Stark. Lizzie Booe returned to her home in Wannersburg neighborhood after spending five weeks in the home of her aunt, Mrs.- Yokum In lola. Mrs. Parker and daughter. Mrs. Nellie Smitli, spent j last Thursday visiting a daughter "aiid. sister Mi-s. Tom Sailors In Stark. Our little burg seems to bo on the "boom." All the houses are occupied except two small ones. Dale Jordan's are moving to their farmr Mrs, Ida Johnson is reported very sick nl this writing. L. C. Cyr and son Jack of Rich Hill, Mo., took Sunday dinner in the LAHARPE, Mar. 4.—A. A. Holdeman aid Miss Mildred.Brown. One^, Kas., left today for^ Hutchinson,, where they wiU spend the, week-end vrith Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Holdeman who ar^ celebratmg their golden wading anniversary. Mrs. Charles Wilson returned yesterday from lola where she , has been staying with'her sister, Mrs. May Brock for several days. Bill Kile and F. J. Horton, lola, were in town on business Friday afternoon. ' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Foose and son BiUie, Chanute, are spending the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Smith. Harry Abbot and Gene Unsell, Moran, were bushiess visitors in La- Harpe Friday afternoon. Mrs. Robert Flack, Moran, was visiting friends here Wednesday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Jackson of Hutchinson were in town on business Thursday afternoon-,and called on !D. P. Yancey. Mr. Jackson is a representative of the Carrie Salt company. Miss Gertrude Pennington, New York City, was a dinner guest Friday of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald and family. Mrs. Charles Hawkinsti-Moran, was in town on business Friday morning. I Friends extend sympathy to Mrs. Peter Anderson in the death of her mother, Mrs. Myers, at their home north of town. While Charles Venable Is recovering from having the ligaments torn loose In his leg when he jumped from a wagon Tuesday evening hitched to a runaway team. Robert Martin is working in Ills place on the George Stephen. farm. At the Vtournament at Mildred Friday LaHarpe Jost their basketball game with Welda 26 to 14. Mrs. George Roe and daughter, Florence, visited in lola Friday with Mrs. C. H. Olson and attended to bi;siness.' At a dinner given at the home of Mrs. J. H. Culbertson Friday ever ning for her Sunday school class of the Methodist church the following were present: Misses Leona Heathman, Uvon Stephens, Lucile Davis. Wanda Green. Juanlta Stevenson, Dorothy Stenhltt, Grace Sprague. Doris; Clark. Caroline Thormann, iThelma Stevenson, Velma Sprague, ; Lois Barker, Varble Sterling, Leota j Culbertson, Ruth Culbertson, Flor- !ence Roe, Beverly Mallory, Olivia ' Culbertson, and Supt.and Mrs. J. H. Culbertson. In the election of Glass officers Miss Juanlta Stevenson was ! elected president. Miss Thelma,Stevi ensdn, vice-president, and Miss Dor- Is Clark, secretary. Jig-saw puzzles provided the entertainment of the i evening. Miss Julia Livingston is spending j the Week-end in lola with Miss Hll- I da Jane Shelby. I» IiT the prellmlnai-y forensic contest held In the high school auditorium Wednesday evening In readings Miss Lillian McGle received first place. Miss Pearl McGie second, and Miss Alma Turner third. Miss "Varble Sterling was an all night guest i of Misses Ruth .aijid Leota Culbertson Thursday. 1 '•'! Mrs. L. L. Donald and family bf Independence were all night guesSs Friday 'of Mr. and Mrs. 'Hoiriw|r Troxeli and family on their way ^o LaTbuf. Mo., to spend .trie we«k-ei;d with their daughter arid sister, Mrb. rUlua Myers. ' ; : ' A one act play was. given in tl; e LaHarpe high school assembly Fi-day morning. The hour was in charge of Miss Gladys Stevenstfh. The characters of the play. "Not (jn the Program," were -yencent Fielil- Ing, played by John Dimham; Mi.s. Whitney, by Helen Horn; qffi4r Hogan. by Don Richardson; Rastas Brown, by Freddie Enshiiriger; Opd- Ida Johnson, by Ruth pulbertsc4i,. and Mrs. Jones, by Varble Sterlirjg. i. Mrs. Fred Troxeli, Elsmore, spejnt ; Friday afternoon with Mr. and Mfs. \ H. -vrTroxell and family. Chicago—Rotund gentlemen, woo wish to reduce their belt lines might do so by looking after their fe^t. Dr. L. L. Spanabel, president of the Illinois chiropodists, said the correction could be made through the feet because the main , nerve ceni cr be In the ball of the f&it. Bflsi^ess CHARGE ACCOUNTS may be .used, just as they ahvays have.been. CHECKS accepted in payin^nt for ipcr(;han- dise, but manifestly it is impossible for us to issue cash for them. Make a deposit and have the merchandise placed in will call. RICHARDSON'S SOUTH SIDE f f You don't give upi bridge because you a hand—neither do tVOU refuse to play if your opponent makes, a Qrand Slam. It's not in the American spirit to give up just because the garfie has been a hard one— in fact, we're spurr't|d to greatei* effort, and greater cooperatioh4-for we know that a few more hands and is won. It's Business as Usual at Checks will be accei^fefl a.s usual in ijuyment^ for merchandise, but manifestly it is impos.sible-for us to issue cash for them .H Use your char^re accbunt, or if you have none, we urge you to make ii^ G of this convenience. f f f f f f k ley Snyder and Sam Pyles and family ^attended the funeral of Goorg( Ensmlnger at LaHarpe Saturday afternoon. Mrs. En.sminger was a brother, of Mrs. Pyles. The com- , t . u munlty extends sympathy to all the ]C.^A. Lake home, relatives. . Report of Rising Star school for the sixth month ending February 24: Enrollment, boys 8, girls 10, total 18; average dally attendance. 14.8.' Louise Stumbo,; Arlehe Hopkins, Laura Jane Zorries and Delbert Mann made 100 In spelling. The cold weather cut down our perfect | Tiny lines and wrinkles don t show JohnLlnvllle. lola, was calling on old friends Wednesday. You Can Be More Beautiful Tomorrow's Mehi/ nUEAKFAST: Grapefruit juice, coreai; cream, coun- ^ try sausage, pancakes, maple ' sinip, milk, icoffee. lil'.VCHEON: Surprise,; baked potatoes, hearts of ; lettuce sprinkled with rlced : cottage (Uieese and currant ; jelly, Boston brown bread : ice-jbox cookies, milk, tea. DINNER; Cream of tomato ifoup, croutons, casserole of vegetables. French fried sweet potatoes, spinach and ^ cgri salad, steanidd orange pudding, milk, coffee. per. i Soak beans in cold water to cover over nipUt. In the niorninn drain and parlioil five minutes.. Throw away tlii.s water and cook . In''boiling -jvatcr iintil lender,, about two hours. Add carrots, peppers cut in shreds and onion 1 peeled and thinly sliced. Simmer 1 coiled with butter, until veBctnbles arc tender and o^"", vegetables and ivatcr is reduced to a few table-j ?\H'' fork. Be sure flour icpoonful,-. In the meantime cook well blended wUh b.utter. Put macaroni in boiliiiK sailed water '^""."("wer |n the center of a but- until tender, about 20 minutes. Dr.iin and add to vegetable nii.\- ture. with tomatoes. Melt butter and tauto nuislirooms for five min-utcs. • Add to vegetable mixture afid heat thoroughly. Sea- BOE -K-ith salt and pepper and tcrvc. Casserole of Vegctable.s: tered Icassorole, and arrange pre­ pared'v'egetapies around it; Season with salt and pepper and' add boilink water to barely cov*r mix- lure. Cover casserole and cook 4 0 migutes in a hot oven. Remove cover and reduce heat. Sprinkle with grated cfteese and cooRun- covered until the cKeeSe, Is melted and sjightly colored. Serve ;rrom linJcipK Uiah. ^ ' I attendance record. , Helen, Louise. Velma, and Fred Stumbo and Florence Snyder had perfect attendance. Richard Wilsori and Dec Frame were visitors. Miss Aniia Leah Callaway, teacher. Arlo-Hopkins and Mr. Scobee were lola visitors Friday., Mr. and Mrs; Clare Wilson and children and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mills spent Tuesday evening at the I Warren Sisson home. with new, wonderful MELLO-GLO face powder. Slays on longer, prevents large ijores.' Unsightly shine goes. Made by a new French process.' MELLO-GLO spreads with surprising smoothness—no "flaky." "pasty" look'. Cannot irritate the most sensitive skin because it is the purest pow-der known. Bewitching fragrance. Buy MELLO-GLO today. 50c and Sl.OO, tax free. Brown's Drug Store. Wednesday Only MAKQH 8th I mo PAUts OF %\.m \ FUtST QliAUn HOSE I I I PERFECT QUALITY FRENCH HEELS S4 ROCK CRYSTAL NECKLACE STRUNG ON SILA^ER-PLATED CHAIN. ..I Present this certificate and 99 rents and reoeit« one $2,00 box of Face Powder, one Sl.OO Ex^uLsKe Perfume, a S4.00 Rock Cnt Crystal Necklace strung on silver-plated chain and <Tyvp FAIRS of LADIES' FIRST 'QUALITY $1.00 HOSE. Remember, you get 2 PAIRS of Hi^iery. If you cuif nut come at this hour, send aome one to oui; store before sale, leave 99c,.and your set will be laid aside. I YOl' PAY O^NLY FOR ALL FIVE; ARTICLES I HOURS ONLY 3 P. M. till 5 P. J VI. LLWT I Sets to Each Cci'tificate MAIL ORDERS ADD 10c AND THIS AD. An S8.00 Value for 99c 2 Hours Only! PHONE 255 The NYAL STOBE IQJLA, KANSAS We will AMepjl; Cheeks foi^ Any JPurdtiase of Mereh^ndike tl^e Amount of in Om Store

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