Clipped From Iola Daily Register And Evening News
of t^e Lehigh and Mc afereed today that if game'must be played "carbon copy" of the Friday second half ganie between meaning that the.contest two victories for the a second half contest triumph for the postponed brothers team of scheduled to play the city Thursday night. It is not team which lost a 19-0 Monday. Good was good last night, Williams Red Horses, Giffin of L. Wight and K. the Lehighs, and Jeffers each Umiting the to five' hits or less. job, a thTee-hitter, who lost to the Le error led to the first in the sixth Inning, Horses scored in the first their game, and the one to win. I. Baker hit in the sixth. AB R H PO A E ... 3 2 3 1 3 0 0 1 2 11 6 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 lb 2 0 0 8 2 0 0 2 26 3 4 21 scarce. Miss Roniger, home demonstration agent of lola, gave a cake baking demonstration at Mildred high school Tuesday. About 30 ladies were present. After the demonstration the cakes were served. Arline Coonfield oi Wenatchee, Wash., is visiting Mildred, friends. Mr. aJid Mrs. George Ruxton and their guests Mr. and Mrs. L. W. King of Rock Island, 111., Mrs. Lester Gibson of Keokuk, la., and Mrs. Dean Keeton and Deane Ellen of Kansas City spent Sunday at George Lords near Lone Elm. Mr. and Mrs. George Carney also spent the day at Lords. M. E. Pearson and grandson Vernon Dixon visited Kenneths grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.' Ernie Dixon. Preaching services at the church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dudley, went to Ft. Scott Sunday to see Mr. Dudleys brother-in-law who Is in the hospital recovering from aii operation. Miss Meribeth Ater returnjed from Pittsburg Friday evening where she had been attending a conference on Adult Education, planned by .the educational department of the State Teachers college. She spent Friday Q! night at Clarence Hawks and visited ' at Joe Reads Saturday, afternoon. Walter Lacey spent, Sunday night in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Dixon, Miss W. J. Wells and family had as their Sunday gUests, Mrs. Fannie Wells, Miss lone Wells, Mary Jane Baskerville, Albert McGuire and Chester McGuire, all of Appleton City, Mo. Mrs. Mattie Kamp, who has be^n here the past three weeks with her sister, Mrs. Nancy Harris and family expected to leave Tuesday for Holton where she will spend a few days with her son before returning to her home at Riley. Kas. Mrs. Roy Coek entertained Saturday afternoon, Mesdames E. H. Bartlett, W. J. Stitzel. A. C. Best and Mrs. Bartlett's mother, Mrs. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Martin were Sunday dinner guests of their son Ralph, and family, south of town. Word from Mrs. Mary T. Lambeth , late Monday evening stated she was | cancy made by the resignation of J. much improved, although she was, K. Limes as coach and teacher in few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fackler. John Shawnee who has been employed* by the Stanolind company in Big Springs, I'exas, is working for the Stanolind in Humboldt. Miss Maida Beth Bamett arrived Monday for a visit with her mother Mrs. C. S. Bamett. She is on vacation from her duties as a nurse at Christ hospital in Topeka and will be here for about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Rhodes Jr., Seattle, arrived Simday evening for a visit with Mr. Rhodes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Rhodes. They were met in Kansas City by Mr. Rhodes' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Wohlgast, Topeka, were visitors in Humboldt Sunday. Wohlgast has been hired by the school board to fill the va- 0 0 0 0, , , ^ 11 Meribeth Ater and Miss Zomes ate j Saturday here visiting with Mrs still very weak, and it is hoped that she' is now on the road to recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Taylor and Virginia had as their Sunday dinner gue.sts. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Taylor of Bartlesville. Okla., Mrs. Jennie Taylor and Miss Clara Taylor of Altamont. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rawlings and family of Selma .spent Sunday aft- emoon here visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Milt Rawlings and Roy. Mr. and Mrs. Earl RudisiU of Gar- |nett, spent from Wednesday until 3 .ss 3 sf 3 3 0 3 AB R H PO A E 0 0 12 0 0 2 12 0 0 0 5 0 1 0 110 0 2 i ice cream at Walter Laceys Sunday afternoon. Mont Millers have built a new porch on their residence. . Walter Lacey is building a hay barn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Curley spent Sunday with, their daughter Mrs. Rudisill's mother, Mrs, Alice Rapp and family. Another sister, Mrs. LawTence Stucker and famKy" of Kansas City .spent a part of last week here. Mrs. Stucker's boys. Clyde and Bobby Stewart are golner to spend several weeks with their grandmother, Mrs. Rapp, and other the Humboldt high school. The Rotary club held their regular meeting in the Hotel Monroe Monday evening. The meeting was presided over by the president, E. N. Hill. L. T. Cannon had charge of the program which consisted of readings and musical numbers by Billy Dean and Mary Jean McClelland, Dick Phipps, and Barbara Ellis. Dr. A. R. Chambers, lola, and Alfred Gordon were guests. Mrs. Merlin York who has been suffering from an attack of tonsilitis is improving. J. A. Van Nice is taking the place of H. B. Brady as agent at Colony for the Santa Fe during Mr. Brady's vacation. Humboldt chapter number 170 of the O. E. S. met at 7 p. m. Monday evening, one hour earlier, to enable the members who wished to Four On Spy New men and federal charges widespread in this innocent. They each. Federal Liebell issued jfor indicted, to be in men ministry officers. Innocent Johanna former liner Guenther former sergeant army. Erich stationed important Otto H.