Clipped From The Emporia Gazette
Colin lh« srovo. Ed Rees, Warren Neumann, interesting) I rie d Rosl, riarenro Bangh and C. artillery resistance campaign continue M. J.ockman. A Piensan! Sleeting. The. Maynard. Socical Center Fri- coiitiime day afternoon hold its first regular ami this aftei noon muetiue for «iv •«•««!.-« of ....11 •.•.»w.---.~-.iiiuun uivj,cLiiiÍ5 iui" S'^ \VGOkS have owing to long continued stormv of thoir, weather. Themembeis found thl- in "'e, old atmosphere cf hospitality and good cheor ha(¡ Qut lasted the weather and the swoot singing. of Mrs. 1¡\ A. Jfeckel, the fiiundiy, home-like talks of Mis. 11. C ful- bcrtson on tho Childien'a cineiHJ, the singing and humorous readings of Miss Biown. a High School student, student, made a pleasant nrogiact Tlie president, Mrs. C. A. Juensling, made a* charming presentavitm speech, as she wished Mrs. Sledge continued are ue- mountains ago purpose garrisons the of the Russian considerable of (lio of still be- observers their attacks March John School; Miss Sabrá Bert Sponsler. •1,RHK IS WKLSU .ESJ.BJ>K>t London, March 22.— (Correspondence of Hie Associated Press) a long dispute as to Ibe claims of the red dragon, the and the daffodil as the emblem of new Welsh addition to the Guards, the decision lias been in behalf of the leelf. This vegetable, described by Shakespeare Henrj V., as an honorable badge service, has been long with the Welsh troops, and was recently by Welsh soldiers in caps on St. David's Day. Other points settled are that red dragon shall appear emblazoned on tho regimental colors and a happy time in her' new honicTTu mott ° shall be "Cymru an ' ' meaning "Wales Forever." Wales Salina, gMug her a buiicli of good wishes in a basket. These were post curds witl: names'and addrebses of Maynard ''fiietidB, lest she ior- get." Mrs. Sledge responded feelingly. feelingly. Mr. Beach's offer of a telephone telephone concert was enthusiastically received nnd expressions of appreciation appreciation of his kindness and that of Mi. Finney, manager of the f.e!c- says phone company, were nianV Osier- heavy ar-'and cocoa were served. the last section of the United Kingdom to be honored by a regiment the Brigade of Guards, whose if. to guard the royal nbodes yea( u thuds. Englan-J, Scotland Ireland form the other regiments. J. S. Hazolton returned .- from t,ou isburg whore l:o called by the death ot his Mrs. ,1. T. Lee. -Mrs. Ha/.eHon remain for a few days.