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Emporia, Kansas
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Monday, December 10, 1934
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Emporia, Kansas, Monday, December 10, 1934 THE EMPORIA. DAILY GAZETTE P a sr c. Three News from Neighboring Towns HOLD cnrscR SOCIAL. Special to TUa Gazette: Hamilton, Dec. 10.—A church social was held in the basement of the M. E. church Wednesday evening. V\fter the dinner a program prepared under the direction of Miss . Ramona Martin was presented. The «en of the church are planning a wood-cutting bee Saturday to pro. vide fuel for the remainder of the winter. ' HEAR W. T. MARKHAM. Special to The Gazette: Reading, Dec. 10.—State Superin- ' tendant of Schools W. T. Markham - addressed the meeting of the Reading School and Community association at the high school auditorium Friday night. Speaking generally on school problems and conditions in Kansas, Mr. Markham placed . special emphasis on the problem of school support and discussed the Dénious bill for the equalization of educational opportunities. HARTFORD MASONS ELECT. prcii! tc The Gazette: Hartford, Dec. 10.— The annual election of officers held Friday evening by Hartford lodge A. F. & •UH OonMpocdtiJt noft* OMttt» «wild «PPti trmai mud nuUn would M of hMptslsft ot n u Mil their tor CORN-HOG INSPECTION. C. N. Roberts, of. Henrietta, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Fltt* left Wednesday for Henryetta to attend the funeral. ' Thursday afternoon. Mrs. E. P. Officer, Mrs. B. C. Dae- gett, and Miss Georgia Schlobohm were in Osage City Thursday afternoon. State Supt. W. T. Markhara, of Topeka, was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Richart Friday evening. Thompson. and family, Mrs. Lucy Oonror and two sons, Mis» Melt» TiwmpKU, Charley and Miss Birdie .Stiapkbc, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur and tiiree children, ana AN OLD 8CTTUB DIES. Mrs. Emnwline T»ytor HMl Been a State ISM. Special 'c Cottonwood Falls, Dec. 10. — The final .inspection for the 1934 corn- hog program in Chase county started Monday under the supervision of of County Farm Agent Dean McCammon. In his inspection farmers who entered the corn-hog program will list the number of their hogs and the completion of thrir contracts will be made. The inspectors who have been A. M. No. 197 on regular meeting appointed for this work are Roland date. The following officers . were i Rogler, C. H. Stout, Charles Selves, elected: James Heacock, worshipful master; L. L. Jones, senior warden; Reedy Rummel, junior warden; C. T. West, treasurer; George Rummel, secretary. Installation will be held on the regular meeting the evening December 21. HIGH PRICES FOR FEED. BpeclnMo 1'lif Gazette: Coltonwood Falls, Dec. 10.—Farmers who arc holding public sales this iviuter may not be pleased over R. J. Barrett, Manley Deering, John Harbison, Carl Wyatt, Charles Herrick, Keith McCallum. About 10 days will be required for the work to be completed. CHRISTMAS PARTY. Special to 11» Ga»tte: Hamilton, Dec. 10.—Six members of the Sorosis club entertained with a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Earl Behmer, Thursday eve: *he wav their hogs and cattle are ?'"*•. Tb * i L°™ was decorated in selling at these sales but they are kee P ln B ™h «* csrtalnly finding no fault in levels ««st was presented with a bell which contained the Christmas carols. These were sung during the evening along with various contests. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ralph Reno, Mrs. May Oliver and Mrs. Ed DeBruler. Those present: Miss Dorothy Major, Miss Leta Swisher, Miss Ramona Martin, Mrs. Wedlin, Mrs. H. D. Wallace and Mrs. at which grains and food crops are being bid off. At one of the most recent sales which was held northwest of Celar Point on the J. K. Smith farm a few days ago a small quantity of kaflrcorn is reported to have sold PS high as sl.80 per bushel. Corn fold at more than a dollar. PLAN FASHION SHOW. Scrclal to Tlie Gazette: Reading. Dec. 10.—The home economics department of the Reading high school, assisted by the Newman store of Emporia and home economics departments of other Lyon county schools, will present a fashion sllow Wednesday. December 12. at 8 o'clock. With the additional help of those assisting, a fine show has been arranged with a program including readings, one-act plays, music, ar.d other acts, according to Miss Blanch Christensen. head of the high school home economcls department. TAXPAVERS ELECT OFFICERS. 6t>"' - '(• lli» Ur. Cottonwood Falls. Dec. 10.—The Chase County Taxpayer!,' association met Saturday afternoon. T. R. Wells, of Elmdalr. was elected prcB- Miller was R. J. Bar- ident and Gcrrpe II. chosen vice president. rett was elected secretary and treasurer. The association appointed T. R. Wells and Mayor L. L. Chandler to rcprrsint the Chase County Taxpayers' ¡isx>ci<Uion at the state mcr-ting held in Topcka today. Speakers at th<? mcetinK included Gcori?u Robertson. Chnse county's new county represents Uve; County Clerk Victor A. Bocook, Scward H. i and his sister, Mrs. Lowell Crclin, of M. M. Murrell. Members present were: Mrs. Marion Wools, Mrs. Guy Bradford. Mrs. Ray Carson, Mrs. Robert Carson. Mrs. Will Dawson, Mrs. James Piatt. Mrs. Walter Ulrich. Mrs. Ed DeBruler. Mrs. May Oliver, Mrs. Cat! Foster, Mrs. Lowell Ott, Mrs. C. C. Rinker. Mrs. E. L. Myers, Mrs. J. C. Redding. Mrs. E. R. Behmer, Miss Lulu Ulrich, Miss Vera Beuchat, Miss Olive Carpenter, and Miss Martha Ulrich. Mrs. Emmallne Hortroae Taylor who died recently in Council Drove at the home of -her son,. Lowell Taylor, with whom i he lived, will be remembered by many pli settlers In Lyon county. ' She «me to Kuuae from Indiana in May, 1KB. wlth.her parents, Elijah and Mary Aim Yeakly, who with ; a company of 15 other families settled «nd laid out the town of Americus. .In IMO, because of troubled condition» due to the beginning of the Civil war.' 'and the fear of Indian raids, the Yeak- ly family went back to Indiana and remained until 1869, when they returned to Lyon county. Mrs.- Taylor was a teacher in her young womanhood. She taught a subscription school in Indiana, and later taught in the Indian Mission at Council Otove. She was employed for a tune in a pioneer hotel in Americus, operated by Tom Hill, and was working there when the M-K-T railroad was built through Americus. This hotel in later yean was called the Sutton Houae. Mrs. Taylor was born near .Winchester, Randolph county, Indiana, January 19, 1849. Her marriage to Ben Taylor took place in 1872. After the death of her husband in Febr ruary, 1889, she and her son lived on a farm near Dunlap for several years. Later she took up practical nursing, continuing this work r as long as her health permitted. She was almost 36 years old at the time of her death December 1. Betddes her only son, she is survived by a sister, Mrs. Anna Engle, of Washington. D. C., who is 83: and a brother, William A. Yeakly, Admire, who is 80. Three grandchildren, two great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews also survive. Funeral services were held at the Christian church in Council Grove Monday and burial was in Fruitland cemetery, west of Americus. PRESENT MUSICAL COMEDY. Sprclal to The GartUe: Reading, Dec. 10—"Rose of the Danube." a musical comedy in two acts, was presented Thursday night by the music department of the Reading High school, under the direction of Miss Emily Ball, music supervisor. The cast for the presentation included: Thomas Hopkins, Willis Pett, Ruth Jackson. Kolen McGregor, Dorothy Williams, Laverna Cox, Henrietta Newman, James Hyde. Leonard Daggett, Martin VerBrnggc. Jr., George Schlo- bobm. George Cox, Margaret Christensen. Anita Thomas. Reading News W. R. Jones and Mrs. W. C. Newton received word Thursday of the death of their aunt, Mrs. W. F. Schroder, of St. Louis. Mr. Jones Bakur, probate judcc. and others. ANNOUNCE HONOR ROLL. «nrr'ii in Incuazcttr- Hamilton. D?c. 10.—Students who were on the "honor roll" for the last six weeks at the high school were: Marjorie Hollander. Vera Hughes, Everetta Cannon, Virginia Murrell. Alice Patton, Duanc Wallace, Ai'dls Caiindcr. Lloyd Furth- ircyer. Lawrence Wallace, John Davis. Maurine Barnw, Bob Ross, Richard Merrick. Gladys Anderson. Paul Jone.s. Margaret Wright, Mar- Karot OK. Florence Menick, Phyllis Long, Vola Pcr.rl Wallace. Christine Lila Oliver, Bet- iy Rinker. The freshman class is in the lead for the attendance con- tst. The claii that loses at the end of the school year hn.s to give a par- >ty to the of (he school. The , ..enior.s arc at, the foot of the rec- 01 d for the pa.s; 12 weeks, but they are gaining and about to overtake the juniors. Emporia, left Thursday night for St. Louis to attend the funeral. Mrs. R. R. Daggett returned home Thursday evening after a short visit with relatives In Plymouth and Emporia. Mrs. Ed Hunt and son, Philip. Mrs. Sadie Brower. and Miss Emma Barnett were in Emporia Thursday afternoon. Mr. und Mrs. August Bunk, of Emporia, visited Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Daggett. Scott Phillips and Roy Daggett were in Emporia Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Chester Fills received word Tuesday of the death of her father, HAVE YOUR FURNACE Repaired bj Ezprrti GROH BROS. Pboni ::i IV LOWER PRICKS 'I» mi »««m w tiro»» • *3 COUMIftCIAL B! SORE INSTEPS / BANISHED BLACK, PATENT, BLUE, ? RED, WHITE, GRAY, * BROWN Now assures you perfect comfort plus style! News Mrs. Mollie Kayser and daughter. Miss Frieda Kayser, visited Friday afternoon with Mrs. Kayser's •son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kayser. Mr. and Mrs. George Snider, of Alden, and William Sooup and daughter, Miss Susie Shoup, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shoup and sons, Harold, Roy and Cleo Shoup, and daughters. Miss Haiel, Miu Beulah and Eula Maude Shoup, all of the Bushong community, were entertained Thursday at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowley and sons, Raymond and Harold Rowley. Miss Thelma Harder was an over-night guest Wednesday night of her aunt, Mrs. William Dettmer, who lives in Bushong. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hicks and aoa, Roger Lee Hicks, who live near Dunlap, visited Tuesday and Wednesday with Mrs. Hicks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee ' Rowley, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Overright. Mr. and Mrs. Landon Weeks, Luther Nott and daughter, Miss Lorene Nott; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Merry, Mr. and Mrs. William Mackenthun, Andy Whitaker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shoup and Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Persons attended a Farm bureau rally in Emporia Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Kennedy and daughter, Glenda Kennedy, of Richards, Mo., visited from Wednesday until Friday Thompson, Mr. and with Mrs. Andy Ferd y. •&. upnf. if. nf. -f. if. Jackets Something every man want* —for hunting, golf or knockabout. See our very complete stock of these fine Jackets— Button or zipper, Coesaek modele, or free-swing arm action, in all the new shades! An excellent gift— $5-95 $12.50 Including Pig Grain and Calf Skins ! Mr. and Mrs. William Weller and family. Mrs. Kennedy, was Maggie Thompson'' before her marriage, and formerly lived in the Bushong community. Alviri Pyttet and Ralph Hilbish were Bnporla visitors Tuesday evening. Mrs. B. W. Qabbert, who has been visiting with 'her sister and family, Mr. arid Mrs. Luther Nott, and her nephew and his wife, Mr. -and Mrs. Byerett. Nott, left Wednesday for her home in Kansas City,' Mo. Miss Margaret Patterson . was a supper guest Thursday evening;"of Mr: and Mrs. Edward Harder and family. Mr.- and' Mrs. Jerome Swamer and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Burri, of Bushong, and Mrs. Lester Griffith, of'Allen, attended the funeral services for Mrs. R, W. Smith, which were'-'held'in Melvern Thursday afternoon. Mr. arid Mrs. R. W. Smith and-two daughters are former residents of the Bushong community, having owned ' and operated the grocery and dry goods store in Bushong which is now the Hubbard store. Mrs. Smith died Monday nifht in a hospital in Topeka. Mr. and-Mrs. Sheridan Cavett,-of Hotaingtbn, are in 'Bushong visiting with Mh-Cavett's mother, Mrs. Alice Cavett. Miss Thelma Harder was an overnight guest Thursday night of her'aunt, Mrs. Emma Dettmer, at her-home In Bushong.- Mr. and Mrs. James Smart, of Topeka, are the parents of a 10%' pound- boy, bom Wednesday. The baby, was bom at the home of Mrs. Smart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. noyd Adams, who live in the Bpringdale neighborhood. Mrs. Victor-Pyklet is assisting her mother, Mrs.. Adams, in caring for Mrs. Smart and the baby. Mrs. Smart was formerly Miss Dorothy Adams of the Bushong community. Mr. and Mrs. Fate Moreland were •nporia visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Marsh, of Emporia, visited Tuesday evening in Bushong with Mr. ana Mrs. Everett Nott. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Burri were supper guests Thursday evening of Mrs. Burri's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome" Swarner, and sister, Miss Lettie Swarner. Lebo News Rev. R. E. Gordon, district superintendent, will speak at the Methodist church Sunday morning. A birthday anniversary dinner was held at the Home of Mr. and Mr». B. J. Hunt Sunday in honor of the anniversaries of Mrs. B. J. Hunt, her daughter, Mrs. Sarah Spatz and Donald Hunt. The guwte were Mr. and Mrs. Vance Hunt and family, of Waverly; Mr. and Mr». Lloyd Spatz and family, oí Olivet; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Filkin.and family, of Emporia; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Saueressig and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fisher and family, Mr, and Mrs. Tom Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Verna Longhofer and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hunt and Jerry, MÍ&S Neva Fisher and Wllber Siuieressig, of Lebo, and Miss Ruby Applegate, of Burlington. r \n-. and Mrs. Robert King entertained the following guests at dinner Monday evening: Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Wood and sons. Miss Grace Caven, Carl Combs and John Homary, Burlington, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Romary, Lebo.. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Richardson were Emporia visitors Monday. Albert Arnold and Clive Cook hauled baled hay to Topeka Thursday. The Friendly class of. the Methodist church was entertained by Mrs. N. W. Mccandless and Mrs. Edgar Born Tuesday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Harvey Smith was devotional leader. The funeral services of Howard Knight were held at the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. M. A. Good, pastor of the church, conducted the service. Musió was in charge of Mrs. C. ; C. Cummins and a quartet consisting of Mrs. Marshall Carr, Miss Lenora Evans, Lawrence Standlferd and Sylvester Rogers. The pallbearers were Woodford Evans. Clive Cook, William Green, Dalo Roberts, Russell Booth. Donald Antrim, Carl Cummins, Irving Niles, James Edwards and Paul Richardson. Howard was the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Knight. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wallace, of Hamilton, were here Tuesday to attend the funeral services for Howard Knight. Mr. Wallace was superintendent of schools here during Howard's four years in high school. Mrs. Clayborn Smith, of Harl- ford, has been spending several days at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Carnine, and helping to care for her mother, who is sick. Mrs. Carnine was taken to the hospital at Halstead Tuesday. Chester Killingsworth has sold his feed business to Dan Longhofer, Mr. Longhofer will take possession Monday and will put in a stock of hardware and repairs. Mr. Killingsworth will continue in charge of the elevator. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ward and two children were dinner guests at the D. P. Jones home Monday. They attended the Howard • Knight funeral . . .Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Ward was coach in the Lebo school during Howard's attendance at high school. John Jones left Monday for New Mexico for his health. He will be gone for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Bird McGuire are spending this week at Stafford, visiting relatives and friends. Miss Margaret Jones -erttertained at supper Wednesday evening in celebration of her birthday anniversary. The guests were Miss Ruth Thome, Miss Mamie Sloan and Miss Susan Sarah Jones. Miss Georgia Wlngert will conduct services at the Baptist church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Miss Wingert is a sister of Mrs. John Devers, and is now home on a year's furlough from her work as missionary to India. Mrs. J. F. Nelson of Parsons, spent several days this week visiting at the homes of Mrs. Anna G. Lusk, and with her aunt. Mrs. Allie B. Smith and other relatives. New Supply oi acratcn Pads— Kt Sain with a plan and A purpose, two sizes, 3Í-ÍX4V4 and 4x6; UK Join our Christmas and Tax Saviríif per Ib. bundle at The Gazette, club. Emporia State Ban;.. Allen Newt Elza Walton underwent a major operation at the Newman Memorial County hospital in Emporia Thursday morning. Ira Stonebraker made a business trip to Yates Center Thursday. Mrs. W. R. Kinncman is sick. Walter Jone.s, of Lebo, was in Allen Thursday. Mrs. C. H. Cowan and children, Donna and David, of Emporia, called at the W. P. Day home Thursday evening. Mrs. Hunter Wheat, Mrs. Jeff Wheat and Mrs. Otis Wheat visited Thursday at the R. Craig home in Emporia. Those from Allen who attended the P. T. A. meeting in Bushong Thursday evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Lester Griffith, Ml-, and Mrs. F. C. Rciff. Miss Lillian Reiff, Mr. and Mrs. w. C. Day and family, Edith and Ethel St. 'Bonnett. Miss Jane Day, Edith Lowe, Donald Mounkes. Lyle Davis, Dorothy Wheat. Bonneva Powell, John Payne, Geneva Wilson and Pauline Dick. Mrs. Rose Gaverick, of Pendle- toii. Ind.; A. E. McCord and son, Harry, of Noblesville, Ind., who hayo been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kinneman, returned home Thursday morning. J. W. Carey and Frank Simmons attended a meeting of the Standard Oil company employes in Emporia Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Martis Cotterunyer, of Emporia. visited Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. A. B. Morgan and Mrs. Ira Stonebraker. Mrs. Kate Bates is sick at the home of her sister, Mrs. Alfred Smith, in Emporia. The senior class of the Allen high school will present a play entitled, "Tell the Judge." nt the Allen theater December 14. Mrs. C. H. Cowan and family, of Emporia, visited Thursday at the home of Mrs. Cowan's mother, Mrs. Charles Day. Pvalph Dietrich, of St. Joseph, Mo., was a dinner guest Wednesday at the Bert Hyle home. Mrs. Carl Nelson entertained a group of young people at her home Tuesday evening, in honor of Miss (Continued on Page Eight) Vitality Health Shorn 713 Coni'l St. J| When you hare a PRESCRIPTION to be rilled, brlnt It to MORRIS DRUG CO. Phone 86 Prescriptions filled (and cbccJcedi b; University graduate Registered Pharmacists rlroL Auri'-toiafl I S '.1 THIS YEAR IT'S A NEW MAYTAG > \ \ 1 ** I \ Women nowadays do appreciate practical gifts. 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