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May 7, 1964

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PAGE TWO THE TOLA REGISTER, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1964 LOCALS Mrs. hm Stalcy ;in(l Jiickic | and .Mai'v llL -iiriiii{i will ho in | Kansas Tity l'"ijiiay al'tcrnoon and Salmday visilin;,', Mi\ and i I\lrs. iliiliiTl Slaii'y and laniily. (All WASH l.y lOxpldicr Scouts ol I 'ntop fil. Siitiinla.v and Sunday at ('(iiKK'ii Stalidii ill tJus ('i (y. A(liilt-sii|»cr\is«'il. Protct'ds to liiiaiu'c trip to I'liliinont ftaiuli in New iMixico. (all EN ^>-'X',:',\ lor appoinlinrnt. I'.dwaid i^,. I'oiior was in Ilut- t'liuisun ycstciilay atUMidinR the slair ('(Mivciilinn (j| llic Kansas l'"ui]cial Diri'clors Association, (Icraniiiins lor Motlifr's Day. Also loniald plants. Kiiu licloc's, ;•, liUnUs west, ':; lilocli north of Auditorium, Lallarpf. Mi's, i.coii SflU'li and Mrs. Lyic Min.soii Icl'l ycslei'day loi' Saliiia Id allcnd liit' Kansas Bi'aricli coriCctition of lOvangel- joal linili'd lirulliren (.'liurcli. TiiL'y aic dcli'yali 'S to tin' ro/i veiilion. IVlotliPr's Day Is .Sunday— HALI.IVIARK CAKDS r>v to $i.(K» COOK'S KKXALI, DRUG Mr. and Mrs, T. (). Waugh returned last iiit.',iit from Hutch in.sofi where Uiey had been since Wedne.silay allendiny llic Kan- .sas State l''uneral Director.s c<jnventioii. Remember MotJier On Her Day blooiniiig. plants, cut flowers, arrangements, corsages. PORTLAND FLOWER SHOP Mr .s. Clifford Vion ha.s return; ed hurne after sipeiiding llie pa.si two week;; in ArkaiLsas visiting friends io different part.s of the .state. Petunia plants grown from seed sold and recommended by Mandeville-King Seed Co., for outdoor planting and long season bloom, 75e dozen. Clematis, red and white, in containers, $1..'>0. Floyd Elliott, 224 N. Walnut Opening May 9 and 10 at .310 N. State Street, Sofspra, 25c. Five-Minute Coin-Op Car Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Lee L. Moore returned home yesterday after spending the past four inonth/i in Kort Lauderdale, Fla. We Have Zoysia Sod, Meyer Z-r,'Z, by the square yard or plugs. Sanders Greenhouse & Nursery EN 5-(>lll 302 W. Bruner The Weld a tirade School will present an operetta tomorrow at 8 p. ni. at the school. It "will he performed hy the first through the fourth grades. The operetta- is entitled '-'Round lip On The Moon" by Don Wilson and is a sequel to "A Cowboy on 'I'he Moon." 'J'he story is about three school boys who build a space ship which takes •jnany of Bow & Arrow's leading citizens to the mopn. There will be no admission charged. For Sale—Corner lot, 2 bedroom N.E. location, new hardwood paneling, roof wiring, furnace, hot water heater, $4750. Phone EN 5-5882 after 5 p. m. Firemen were called to the A and Z Motors lot on Santa Fe Street last night about 8:27 o'clock to extinguish a fire in a junked car. There was no further damage, according to Fire Chief Ray Chard. Give Mother a Magazuie Viola's Magazine Service Viola Lcwman — Phone 5-3980 The Lar-I^e Farm herd of registered Brown Swiss located rear lola was officially classified on May 5 by an official judjLje .sent by the Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders Association, Be- Joit, Wis. In the John Lust herd, the .judge rated four cows e.xeellent; eight very good; eiyht, good plus; and one, good. Food Sale at Montgomery Ward Store, i-)ai., May 9, by Grace Lutheran Guild. "The Sword of the American Revolution" was a name given to George Washington. TERMITES? CALL J. M. RATLEY Local, State License And Insured EN 5-3483 26 Yrs. Experience, All Work Guaranteed. Free Inspection PEERLESS TERMITE . & PEST CONTROL 702 S. Cottonwood {•Alt WASH by Expl()rcr Scouts of Troop .'il. Saturday and Sunday at Conoco Station in Gas City. Adult-supervised. Proceeds lo finance trip to Philmonl Ranch in New Mexico. Call EN .')-!).').'! 1 for appointment. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Francisco of Stella, Mo,, are here for a visit with their daughter, Mrs, Arniita Michael and her family. Ladies Cliiciigo Shoe Roller Skates, size 5, good condition. Call EN 5-^)24. GRAIN MARKET CHICAGO (AP)—Wheat No 2 red 2.14'/.!n. C'urn No 2 yell(;w l,2!):'.iii; No .'! yellov; 1.2'.J; No 4 yellow 1.27'i'. Oals .No 2 heavy white OG-'.in: saniijlr v.iailc v/hile .'jG-''.i; No I e.xlra heavy white ()<j. Suybeaie, No I yellow 2,(;0'iiii, Soybean oil 8.4()n. Prayer for Mrs. Hazel Northrup has left for Wichita where she will make her home. COME ONE, COME ALL BARGAINS GALORE (iarage Sale, lUI day Fri., May 8 (,'lolhes, all kmds and sizes, other miscellaneouK articles. I '/a miles east of lola on Hgy. 54 Across from McAtee entrance The Neosho-Allen County Holiness Association will meet at the Wesley Methodist Church in Gas City tomiirrow night at 7: HO. Tfie ftev. Brittian of Qia- rmte will be the speaker, and special music will be furnished. ("Everyone is welcome. RETIRES IN 44TII YEAR PITTSRURG, Kan, (AJ^; — Mrs. Ruth Nevin Elliott will retire July 1, closing the bcjok (jii 43'/:^ years of service at the Pittsburg Public Library, She has been head librarian since 1938. Miss Lois Smith, who has been on the staff 41 years, will succeed Mrs. fslliott. Alnii).'!ity C.od, Whose will it is that all mankind should be sav (Ml and come lo a knowledge of Thyself, teach us to practice 'J'hy presence by doing even the slightest of tasks lor Thee, by living mtlmately and directly in communication with Thee. Give us the concen'- tration to use the quiet moment of meditation and the decisive­ ness to, act courageuoslji when the tirhe for meditati^ and (liscuBsibn is past. When fears assault, and friends betray, and depression robs us of any sense ol significance or effectiveness, .sustain Us by enabling us to love and serve even those who ilo not love or serve us; through Jesus Christ, our I..ord. Amen. —Raymond E, Balcomb, Portland, Ore., minister First Methodist Church. STATE TRAFFIC lOLL TOPEKA (AP J—Kansas traffic death log: 24 24 hours to 9 a.m. today— 3 For May— 11 For 1964—185 C(;mparable 19(!3 period— 1 STATE READINGS KAN!^AS;CITY (AP) ~ The high and low tempei-atures and preci|jitalion reports for the 24' hour period ended at G a.m. in elude: Concordia Dodge City Emporia Garden City Guudiand Hill City Manhattan Olathe Russell Salina Topeka Wichita 78 58 83 57 . 81 62 84 49 74 37 78 46 77 61 82 67 81 57 81 61 70 59 82 62 Girl Scout Activities Nineteen Cadettes of Troop i 163 attended a Camporee at Camp Wonderwood south of Chanute on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday afternoon the girls took part in a Skills Trail. Troop 163 participated in a flag burning ceremony at the Camp. Fire on Saturday night. After a church service on Sunday the Scouts broke camp TOLA, KANSAS 66749 to return to their home towns in the Meadowlark Council. , Mrs". Charles Turley, camp leader from fola, was assisted by Mesdarnes Walter Crossen, Klein Boyd and Vance Harper and Senior Scout Caroline Copening. Members of the troop attending were Rhonda Harper, Dcjb- ra Rourk, Candy Sifers, Barbara Dailey, Cydney Protlie, Gail Moser, Sharon Thomas, Marilyn Sutton, Barbara Cook,' Marcia Franklin, KathyBroSlfn, Pam Parker, Donna Stout, Mjar- ty Jd Michael Jerri Strick^^r,, Jill Turley, Martha Crossep, Sheila Stroup and Paula .Boyd. SAVE! SAVE! 10% Discount on all Mother's »> Day Gifts. Leg loungers, rockers, hassocks, clothes hampers, lumps and curd table sets. ULRICH FURNITURE CO. Linda Ruth Colgin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Colgin of rural Colony is among the 100 high school senior women and University students who have received scholarship hall awards at the University of Kansas. Although the awards do not include cash, they are valued at approximately $300 each. The women share the work and expenses of operating the halls. The four halls are Watkins, Sellards, Douthart and Miller. A,M. E. CHURCH BARBECUED RIBS SATURDAY Phone Orders EN 5-3333 You Can Pickup or We Deliver Don Slater, operator of Don's Phillips 66 Service Station, has been notified that his station is the winner of a special award in a survey conducted by the Phillips Petroleum Company. The survey was made among 53 stations over 1,000 mile area. The award went to Slater and Charles Clark for having the proper 66 uniforms on, and for driveway service in keeping with the six steps of salesmanship recommended, by tlie^ company. ACERS PARK COIN LAUNDRY Coin Washers and Dryers 620 SouUi State Allen County Hospital VISI.TING HOURS: 2 p.m. to « p.m. and 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. No chil'iren under 14 permitted to visit. VISITORS LIMITED TO TWO AT A TIME. Admitted May 5 • Mrs. Kenneth Conger, not Kenneth Conger. Admitted May G Mrs. Willard Crowell, lola; Mrs. Marvin Boyer, lola; Loren T. Foster, lola; George Rex Bowlus, lola. Dismissed May 6 Mrs. Floyd Meats, lola; Mrs. Ralph Wilson, lola; Benjamin Bacon, Moran; Ella M. Cole, iola; Robert Barksdoll, lola; Mrs. W. T. Dodd, Neosho Falls; Mrs. Bernice Harris, Neosho Falls; Gene Sigg, lola; Mrs. Elizabeth Lamon, Piqua;- Mrs. George Dailey, lola. ACCOUNTING SERVICE Let Us Appraise Your Accounting Needs MASSOTH & KIPP TAX, ACCOUNTING AND INVESTMENTS Open 8 a. m . ot 5 p. m. 2 E. Jackson Ph. 5-3692 FRONT END AND WHEEL ALIGNMENT All Makes — The Latest Equipment — Used By A Specialist In His Field. MR. MEL PRICE At BUD WHITE MOTORS Satisfaction Guaranteed! Salads come to life with SPEAS PURE APPLE CIDER OR DIST VINEGARS AT GROCERS EVERYWHERE LIFE err bv scHiciS ^ ...WITH SURGICAL STAINLESS SttEl WA5HABII H£AD! :J§ REG. MO" VAL. SCHICK Stainless Steel ^LADIES' ^RAZOR First quality, 60-gauge, sheer dress nylons in the newest shades for summer. Buy for yourself and gift-giving. 69e VALUES SURFER & JAMAICA SETS SIZES 8Vi TO 11 WOMEN'S REG. $5.95 DRESS FOOTWEAR New spring and summer styles in medium high heel pumps in white, red, blacic, beige, and two tones. Perifeet for mother's dress-up summer wear, also for proms and graduation. ^Choose from floral print tops and solid pants, bandana print tops and faded Slue bottoms or block and white print blouse and black pant. Just loads of styles to mix and match in cool cottons. Sizes 10 to 18. PERFECT FOR GIFT GIVING! POLE LAMPS Choose from a big selection ' of styles, shapes and deee- I rotor colors. Adjustable j poles in a variety of finish^ es to blend with almost any room color scheme. Surprise Mother with a beautiful new 1 lamp. $1088 JAMAICAS We carry a complete line of Small Household Appliances that would be certain to please MOM on her day! THE AIMYS-RIGHTGIFT SLIPS FOR MOTHER * FULL SUPS * HALF SLIPS Mem Is hoping vou will give her a slip for Mother's Day! Choose from our grand ossortment of nylons, dacrons, and cottons in lovely new tailored and lace trimmed styles. All siies 32 to 52. WOMEN'S COOL SUMMER COTTON Senjotioiial values! Lustrotiei cotton chino twills, woven plaids, solid color demins, white cotton ducks, etc. Some with matching belts, front and side zipper styles. Sizes 10 to 18. JOHN CREEN Your Friertci/fesf Sf^re GIVE HER...EASY CARE WASHABLE COTTON PAJAMAS Full length and baby doll styles. Printed broadcloths, solid colors with piped/trims, batiste with eyelet embroidered trims. Sizes 32 to 40. $199 AND S2.99 Super Dept. Stores Where You Ajways'Save Mo^