Mrs. C H Johnson Entertained Family
and Mrs. M. C. Keller and son, Chanute, Mr. and Mrs. George Jones and family. Mound City, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C W. Jones and family. Mrs. Oook, lola, spent the last week with her sister, Mrs. Rilla Reeve. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wordenoff, Fremont, Neb., were business visitors visitors here the first of the week. J. N. Stanton, Meriden, was in Colony on business Tuesday. L. R. Tipton. Fremont. Neb., was in Colony on business the first of the week. Mrs. Ada Caldwell and Mrs. Rose Denney, Kansas City, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Caldwell and family family the first of the week. Willabelle Pogleman Is suffering from a poison. George Arbudile is suffering with an Infected finger. M. M. Brown is having his restaurant restaurant repapered, redecorated, and rearranged. ' Mrs. C. H. Johnson entertained the following last w'eek-end: Her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Bascom Johnson and family, Enid. Okla.; her son, W. T: Johnson and Mrs. Johnson, Lawrence; a son, E. G. Johnson and family, Topeka; her brother. Dr. Bascom Robbins. and Mr. and Mrs. Rothwell Smith and family, Kansas City. Miss Lowana Sherer, Pomono, spent the week-end with home" folks. Ira Kasbeer is in lola with his daughter, Mrs. Herbert Brown and family. Misses Betty^ Holzapfel. Ruth Dean, and Jean Denton spent the week-end in HoUlster, Mo. The Sunday school classes of Mrs. C. W. KeUy and R. S. Brooks held a party at the park Tuesday as a farewell for T'aul Yomig. Wade Mosing and Telford Young, who soon leave for colliege. Gam^ were played and refreshments were served served to the following: Misses Prances Prances Conard, Ruby Crawford. Alma Petterhoff. Lucille Porter, Eunice Caldwell. Lois Barron, Pern Scott, Alta and Myrtle Argo, Carolj-n Moreland, Florence Graf. Catherine Tonkin, Mrs. Erman Thorpe, Mrs. C. W. Kelly. Mrs. R. S. Brooks. Messrs. Bob Kent. Wade Mosing, Paul and Telford Young, Phil Graf, Uoyd Culler, Perry Williams, and S. Brooks. The heart Is never satisfied.— African proverb.