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Page 6 JEFFERSON CITY POST-TRIBUNE Monday, August 17, 1931 QUIZ YOUTH IN "GASOLINE MURDERS' A PAGE OF FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY TILLIE THE TOILER Majority Rules! By Russ Westover AMO U.l«E IT WAVE TO DO 3©00 THE t'M GONNA /A VM BET Ids IOM OM ·* OH, f fog D, MARVELOUS you . i DiDM'T K.MQVAJ -TWAT , MAC. 'T you OMNA DIDN'T |_|KE THIS 0 193!. King Features Syndicate, Jnc, Unjal Britain riches reserved. New evidence is fcaing investigated and another suspect is being held by police authorities of Ann Arbor, Mich,, in the brutal "gasoline murders" of two Cleveland, O., girls and their young escorts. Above are James Dunston, Stanley Ferguson and Prosecutor Albert J. Rapp examining guns round in an alleged speakeasy near Milan, Mich, near which the four victims are known to have stopped for sandwiches. At right is Mickey Baker, bartender at the place, who is being held on a liquor charge and for questioning in connection with the murder. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Goodby! By Martin ATE WS of The * * Community GLENSTEAD Mrs. George Gerhardt of Glen- stead and sister-in-law, Mrs. Lizzie Copper of Warrensburg who have been sight-seeing and visiting relatives in the East for the past month have returned here. Mrs. Cooper and three daughters, Misses Louisa, Estella and Pauline Cooper are now visiting relatives and friends in this neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Moon and daughter Mildred of Versailles were guests of her sister, Mrs. Willie Shrout and family Sunday. Mrs. Keister received a message Sunday saying her father was in a hospital at St. Joseph, and was very low. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Jones and sons; Mr. and Mrs. Ike Wenger and children and Mrs. Mary J. Jones and daughter were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mobley Monday evening. Ice cream and cake were greatly enjoyed by every one. A number of relatives from here attended a birthday dinner at the home of Mr. Steve Self at Syracuse Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brashear find daughter Prances Lee, visited relatives in Sedalia several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Mobley, Mr. and Mrs. \V. Ora Jones and sons Warren Lee and Raymond Glen and greatly in need of books. If any of you have any books that you are willing to contribute they would be greatly appreciated. Please turn them over to Mrs. Charles E. Chaney, the librarian. Mrs. Ora Frances Alexander, wife of Charles Alexander, residing three miles from Prairie Home died three o'clock Monday morning having a heart attack. She had been in poor health for some time. Mrs Alexander, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Moore, was born May 3 1878 near Jamestown and crew to young womanhood there. She was fifty-three years old at the time ol her death. At the age of sixteen she was converted and joined the Mt. Zion Baptist. Church in which she devoted a great deal of her time. In coming to Prairie Home in 1910 she later moved her membership ihere. She was united in marriage io Charles Alexander on October 18, 1906 of near Jamestown who with four children survive: Mrs Florence Poindexter of Boonville; Frank and Georgia of Prairie Home, and Mrs. Dorothy Holliday oC Bunceton. One child, Ripley, died at the age of four years. She is survived by her ac;ecl mother, Mrs. B. D. Moore of Boonville, two grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Jerry Renfrew and Mrs. L. M. Bruce of Wooldridge and a large host of friends. Funeral services were held at the Prairie Home Baptist Church Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Rev. L. E. Brown in charge. Burial was in Walnut Grove cemetery. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Congratulating Themselves! By Blosser AMD JOHM EQUIPPED TWSMSELVES VJITU GUHS AMD ARE STARTING GOT IN SEA RCU OF OSCAR. AMD AtU G1.SWT....UEAD VJAV...VJWICW DO VOl 1 VJE'D BS /·AOST APT To 9\CY. UP SOME SORT OP A TRA1L. OF HEAD DO\slW TUCOUSW UlE D2AW...- TWAT'S "TWE OUL-V PLACE A2.E AMY ...TVIE OTHER. IT'S ALL SOLID 6SO\MTH... BOYS ASS FIMS HAVE OFF THEIR. TRAll 80 s /! 6COD!! THAT'S THEM IF X DO SAV IT.'.' our OF TI6HT PLACES \S JUST DISM.OSSIE f.' TMEE£,I TUOUSKT TH£V HAD OS, BOT ZISZASIM U 11 ^ (O1931 Br NEA-SERI WASH TUBES Wash Gets a Laugh By Crane Mrs. Mary J. Jones and daughtei , T Mr - Albert Simmons and George Mamie were guests in tho Ikel^ ac ' stl11 remain about the same. Wenger home at Versailles Tuesday I Ev eryone is hoping for their recov- evening. Delicious ice cream and \ CVJ cake .were enjoj'ed by everyone. \ The Prairie Home Fair was very Miss Dorothy Lee Leathevman o£', well attended. There was a large Versailles visited in the home of i exhibit of needle work, farm and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim 1 Bridges the past week. The young folks of the neighborhood enjoyed a social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elza Williams Saturday night. . Mr. and Mrs. Sam Driskel, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hatfield, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Akin and Mrs. Fannie Hughes were guests of Mrs. Laura Bechtel Sunday. The Devinna relatives held a reunion, at the old DeVinna spring which is near the home of Arthur Lampion Sunday. Among those present were Mr. Clahe DeVinna garden products, pastry, livestock etc. Everyone seemed to have fine time. Mr. William Alpers hns been confined to his home the last few day by illness. Miss Anna Maud Edwards return ed home this week after .spendin the summer in Chicago. She wi teach the Lee school near Pisgtv whicch starts the last Monday August. Te teachers who have been a tending the summer term at C. S. T. C. at Warrensburg, have r anT darter MrsT Howard Huff turned home. The teachers nre ° - - -- - ~ Misses Helen and Ruth Carpenter, and Elsie and Marie Bodamer. About thirty-five neighbors of the Providence community drove to Hahatonka and the Bagnell Dam. They made the trip in a truck and school bus. They camped out Thursday night at. Hahatonka and drove to Bagnell the next day and returned home that night. Everyone reported a good time. and her husband of Okmulgee, Oklahoma; Mrs. Amanda Paisons and her son, Mr. Cecil Parsons and family of Versailles; Mrs. Mary Lampton; Mr. and Mrs. Eslie Lyles of Sedalia; Mrs. Maud Cooper, Kathryn and Kenneth Cooper, Mr. Estel DeVinna and daughters of Versailles and Mr. Albert Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Sims, Mr. and Mrs. Chas E. Daniels and children and Miss Wanda Scott attended the big fish fry at Tomlins Spring' Saturday. A large crowd atended the funeral of Mrs. Ames Richardson of Sedalia at Akinsville Monday afternoon. They were farmer residents here and have many friends here. Mrs. Richardson had been quite poorly for some time and about ten days ago she suffered a paralytic stroke. A reunion of the Fisher families ·was held, at the home of Mr. Dever Fisher Sunday. Among the ones from a distance attending were, Mrs. Emma Igo of the State of California and Mrs. Ellen Milburn of Kansas City. Mr. Ralph Purdy and friend Miss Frances Stone of Boonville were the gueste of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. i Frank Ptirdy of Fortuna Saturday night and Sunday. PRAIRIE HOME Schools around in this community will open August 24. Mr. Wilbur Huth is the owner of a new radio. It was purchased in Boonville. Word was received here last week of the announcement of an eight- pound son, to Mr. and Mrs. Paul McKay of St. Louis. Mrs. McKay will be remembered is Miss Elaine Barnhart, who is a former resident of this place. This is their first child. The Providence W. P. F. A. and J P. A. will meet at the school house Wednesday evening: August 19. Refreshments will be served. Miss Alice Kuhn was ill the first ot last week with an attack of small pox. . ?*ve Psairie Howie public library is v . Tired and worn out after the last hot spell? I guarantee to put you back in condition with a course of my health treatments. Steam and Electric Baths and Massages HEALTH SCHOOL Missouri Hotel HEARD OF IT, VOU'D BETT£U OF EXPRESS. LVSSEM, Vr IvWS COUNTRY ISM'T tE.XA8Rf\, THEN HEtK. TO THlMK 6ET LOST TUMP CALLED ASH SETS OUT IN OUR BOARDING HOUSE By Ahrens OUT OUR WAY By Williams WELL T \-T 2 -^ A STRIPS I .VAJMO COOLD AM' ,UH-TH MAPE- IMPROVISE!? GF 1 MET BlGr ICH' OM OMC\rr, AM' \_OP\KS ov A OVNAE. , AM UJAJd-T ME PLUG KA~r 7 S-TRIKE TLiLL Oli-T^TH 1 * FISH S-tiCKER "FOR A ; RO-VAL." ROP AKiD TLV EAP T TlShi BACK -THA-T WERE -THE BAIT/ MAM54OL.E UMBRELLA GrROOKJD