work in Dayton, Ohio, starting Tuesday. Tuesday. The Prairie View Helpmates HDir met with Mrs. Hazel Short east nm>l Colony, Wednesday. Mrs. Letha Piene and Mrs. Alice Maddox gave the lesson on "Salads In Our Meals." An amusing drawing stunt was the recreation period. Thirteen members and one guest were present. present. Lovely refreshments of molded jello. shoe string potatoes, crackers mints and Iced tea were served. F\mera; services for Joe Gilliland, who died at his.home Wednesday after a long illness were held at tlw Farrls Funeral Home Friday afternoon. afternoon. Music was furnished by Mrs. Carolme Williams and Mrs. Evelyn Evelyn Bunnel who sang, "It Will Be Good Morning Up There" and "Be- i yond the Sunset.". The Rev. I. L. Neuenswander. who was in charge, repeated the Sheperd's Psalm and based his talk around tliat. Casket- \ bearers were H. E. Kelley. Glen Wil- \ Hams, George Payne. Emmett Latl- i mer. Claude Strickler and Claude • McGhee. Burial was in the Colony : Cemetery. Out-of-tpwn relatives were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Helms and Mr. and Mis. Lee Gilliland. Kansas City, Kas.. Mr. and Mrs. Byran Anderson, Moran. Mr. and, Mrs. Roy Gilliland and family, lola. ' Mrs. Dota Byfleld. Neosho Pails. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Byfleld, Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Byfield, Kansas Kansas Olty, kas., Wesley Byfleld. Yates i Center, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wells, lola, Mrs. Lizzie Brown, Csawatomie, Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, their daughter and granddaughter, Dsw- ey, Okla.. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Elliott, Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oilhland, Rosalia. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Darnell, Bartlesvllle, O. J. Helen Ruth. Edith, Jean and Georgie Norman. BaVarre, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Keith Walters. lola, Mrs. G^ne Tylier, Lawrence. Mrs. Carl Payne and daughter. Bloomfleld, la., and several nephews and nieces. Mrs. Winifred McAloon. Parsons, mother of Mrs. Earl Gilliland. attended attended the funeral of Joe Gilliland Friday. Mrs. Lula Crammer and Mrs. Hallie Hallie Huggins were in Kansas City Tuesday and Wednesday making busines calls at the wholesale house, and I 'etuming home, stopped nt the Kansas Medical Center, and visited Mrs. Bessie Turner, whom they found hnproved, and at Overland Park where they visited Mrs. Jessie Metcalf. Out-of-town relatives u1io attend- ded the funeral of Joe Gilliland at Colony Friday, June 1.1, were the following: Isaac Gilliland. Hominy, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Plyler. Miami, Okla.: Mrs. Polly Darnell, Bartlesville. Bartlesville. Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Darnell. Mr. and Mrs. John Williams Williams and daughter and granddaughter, granddaughter, Dewey, Okla.; Miss Helen Norman. Norman. St Joseph. Mo ; Misses Edith, Jean and Georgia Norman. Bervier, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Melton Bvfield. Kansas City: Mrs Carl Payne, Bloonifield. Town ; O. J Norman Keokuk. Iowa: Huph Gilliland, Mr and Mrs. Raynond Elliot and daughter. Columbus, Kas.; Mr.' and Mrs. Leo Bvfield, Overland Park Kas.; Mrs Dwieht Brown, Csawa tomie. Kas.; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gilliland, Rosalia. Kas.; Mrs. Dora Byfield. Neosho Falls; Wesey Byfield Byfield and Paul Byfield. Yates Center; Center; Mrs. Eugene Plvler, Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wells, -Westphalia; -Westphalia; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ogle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wells, Mr. and Mrs Keith Walters. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Walters Jr., and Mrs. John Cox, all of lola. Sokret* it fh* «o»y way to moke concrete or morlar rapoiri. Simply add wotof and mix.