The Emporia Gazette from Emporia, Kansas on June 1, 1934 · Page 8
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The Emporia Gazette from Emporia, Kansas · Page 8

Emporia, Kansas
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Friday, June 1, 1934
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Emporia, Kansas, Friday, June 1, 1934 THE EMP.QRIA DAILY 'OAZETTJü P a 2e Five News from Neighboring Towns EXPECT RECORD ATTENDANCE. EptcUl to ft» QuitU: Cottonwood Palls, June 1.—A record enroUment ior th« second HI-Y camp at Camp Wood, the «tete Y. M. C. A. camp, is expected by Bruce Tallman, camp director. The second-camp period opened Thursday. More than 160 boys from all sections of the state enrolled Thursday and the number is expected to reach 300 or better. Topeka trill- send the largest delegation ior the second camp. This camp will continue from May 31 to June 3. OAZKTB •ult OOKOBWOOd Council Oró OÍUÜI Dealt»— ttad«Jt_ Ibdlx Mill».. Ncotba «apl4t_ Olp». COMPLETE CWA PROJECTS. Speclxl to The Oa»tte: Cottonwood Falls, June 1,—Tw CWA projects in Chase count which were started earlier in tfc year have been completed. One the improvement of the disposl plant for this city- which was • finished this week. The other was th street work in Strong City whicl was finished earlier in the month There are several other projects soon to be completed. ATE CASTOB BEANS. Special to Th« Guttt*: Cottonwood. Falls, June . l¡- -As a result of eating castor bean», MX children In two families of Mexicans of Strong City were sick this week They were treated by a local physi cian and all have practically recov ered. The children were between the ages of 6 and 10 years; .Their parents had obtained some casto beans which they expected to plant The children, believing them to be some kind of nut, proceeded to ea them. Castor beans are poisonous according to medical men. The fact that the children were given promp treatment probably saved them from serious results. KENDALL FAMILY REUNION. Special to Th* Gazette: Dunlap, June 1—The family of Mrs. E. J. Kendall enjoyed Its first perfect reunion in many years when al! the sons and daughters gathered at the home of Lewis Kendall near C-ounci! Grove Wednesday for a dinner. The nine sona and daughter were Arthur and Arlie Kendall and families of Dwight; Mrs. Howard Priest and husband of Kansas City. Mrs. Vera Corey and family and Boj- Kendall and family of Wichita. Mrs. Cecil Reece and husband and son. Billy, of Pasedena, Calif.; Marion Kendall and Charles Kendall and families, of Dunlap. Mrs. E. J. Kendall of Dunlap, and Neis Peterson, of Dwight. were also present. PROGRAM AT HARTFORD. Memorial Exerciges By Letfon ¡md Are Sponsored AuiUimiy. Bp—lu toTheri««etti: Hartford. June 1—Decoration day was observed at Hartford by a program which was sponsored by the American Legion and Auxiliary, During the morning the Boy Scout* and Girl Scouts went to the cemeteries where they decorated the graves with flags and flowers. During the afternoon a short service was held at the schoolhouse. Mr. Wingettc of Garden City sang a solo, and Lynn Bishop, of-Ortdley, played a flute so!o. The address was given by W. S. Kretsinger of Emporia. After the exercises the Boy and Girl Scouts marched to the bridge over the Neosho river east of Hartford where they scattered flowers on the water in honor of the sailors who lost their lives In the service of their country. Wayne Jones closed the services at the river by playing Taps. MORE PAT FOR TEACHERS. tncreaies Are Given Cotton-wood Fills School Teacher». Special toTht OtzetU: Cottonwood Falls, June 1.—Wages paid teachers In the Cottonwood Falls city school have started • upward again, following reductions which have been in force for a number of years. A raise of $20 per BfütitlT «*liordTill»_ Bunk». ——U». L. *. aarrti MÍH Co» Waltflt; Carl Bo*« r.ucll» [*lo<Mtt« MM. j. M. «mola -Mr* C. W. Cummtat» ., Claren» Sudan tut. A. B. Otatiur VOÍM* Itrottc CWT- —Mlit otter nankin» -HIM Juila ImKaMbt un. ftoj A. Keen Hatold Shaakland - . . U'-r No» Uílün —_Mr«- O. F. U*tbU BimUtOd—: 1_ Wlla» OBwi • ttw Oi»tt« «ouia appnelat* n U rrtenc» and Madera would un Unir cot- iwpoDdtBti ol tu«pul8fi «í tnu»rt ta UMÜ- coBannlllM. month was made In the principal's salary which will be $145 as against $135 for-the past year, while all of the other teachers were raised from 180 to 190 per month. Principal Kenneth Skeen, of Emporia, was reelected' as principal.and all of the teachers ' were offered contracts which they have accepted. There will be one vacancy to fill in the fifth:grade. Willard Hamm was elected as the new director to succeed S. R. Blackburn. Strawn Newi Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Boyer and sons moved to Girard Wednesday. ' Dave McC- :ey has gone to Robinson, for a 2-weeks' visit with his parents. At the conclusion oí- his visit Mr. McCauley will go to Girard, where he will help Mr.-Boyer in his printing office this summer. Among out-of-town visitors to the Strawn cemetery Memorial day were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Heflin, Mrs. Etta Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. O. U. Porter and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mahaffey. of Burlingtv..:. Paris Heflin and Miss Thelma Prowell, of Olivet, were guests oí J. T. and Nora Wednesday. Bruhong News dinner Heflin Miss Annabeile Miller, is visiting Troutman, of few days this week in Bushong with her uncle, A. A. Polk, and cousin. Miss Katherine Polk. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Jackson and .two children and Mrs. Ferd Thompson shopped in Emporia Monday. Billy Critchfield, who has been In Missouri, has returned to Bushong and is staying with his grandmother. Mrs; Heaton. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Marcy, oí Reading, visited the first of this week tn Bushong with Mr. Marcy's daughter, Mrs. Whealer Cornwell, and Mr. Cornwell. DeWltt Houck trucked stock to Cansas City Sunday evening for several farmers in the Bushong vicinity. Mrs. Alice Sanders, of Emporia, » visiting the first of this week with her two sisters and their fam- Ues, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Swarner and Mr. and Mrs. John Haider. Esther Lehnherr. of Emporia, is Utlting this summer with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Landon Weeks. Ed Reaka has been working the »st week for Jerome Swarner. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirk and on,.Edwin Kirk, and Mrs. William McMihn, all of Emporia, visited «londay afternoon with Mr. Kirk's jerents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kirk. the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Davis. Mr». B. B. Carey and daughter, Ann* Mae, of Reading, were in Allen Monday. R. R. Mounkes was a business visitor in Emporia Monday. Leslie, Fred, Roger and Sidney Day were in the Bushong community Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Will Day and daughters, Edna Mae and Eva, William Earl Day,.Mrs. May Oiger, C. F. Day and Mrs. Charles Day. and daughter,* Vivian, were shoppers in Emporia Monday. MtdiiOB News 'Misses Elizabeth and Virginia Crawford are visiting relatives at Oklahoma City and Norman, Okla., this week. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crawford, accompanied them as far as Arkansas City. Mrs. Laura Martin and daughter,: Alice, spent Monday with Mr. and. Mrs. Clarence Martin and family near Summitt. •• Lawrence Worford and daughter, Miss Elsie Worford, of Fall River, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cummins and family Monday. jMrs. L. M. Jones, Mrs. L. B. Fln- ney, Mrs. John Cummins and daughter, Lois, and Helen Erwin were Emporia shoppers Monday. Marshall Flnney, of Perryton, Texas, who has been attending K. S. T. C. at Eraporla. spent 'the first of the week with his uncle, L. B. Flnney, and Mrs. Finney. Miss. Elizabeth Crawford and Fred Crawford were in Manhattan Monday. Miss Virginia Hayes returned Monday from a, visit with her mother, Mrs. lona Hayes, in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Berentz and family left last week for Chicago to attend the World's fair. Mrs. Berentz will go on to Mendon, Ohio, to spend three weeks with her mother, Mrs. Rice. Mrs. Arthur Nelson and Eva and Lee spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Colbert, at Neal. Mrs. H. L. Feaster and daughter, Eugenia, who spent the' past few days with Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Ault and family, returned to their home n Wichita Tuesday. Americui flew» Allen News Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Blackwell. of Galveston, Texas, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Blackwell's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Estes, sr. Miss Evelyn Giger spent Monday at the home of her brother, E. C. Giger, and family. Charles Cowan, of Emporia, was a visitor in Allen Monday after- loon. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Davis, of Manhattan, spent the week-end at Can Really Enjoy | Your Swim in a 1 rui Kl Kl A poll of active swimmers would undoubtedly place, the. Jantzen Speedaire as one of the most favored of all suits. The deep-cut Y back gives the utmost in swimming freedom. It also allows for the maximum in sun exposure. Like all Jantzens, the Speedaire fits very smoothly and very comfortably. PRICE Mrs. J. M. Downing and children, Murry and Francis, who have been visiting relatives in Kansas City, returned home the latter part of the week. Miss Bessie Floyd, who has taught school in Newton the past four years spent the week-end in Americus visiting-home iolk before going to Kansas City, where she has work ior the summer. Miss Floyd will return to her school in Newton this fall. Miss Ethel Snyder spent the week-end in Emporia visiting school friends and attending commencement exercises at C. of E. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pinuf, Lois and Charles Johnson, of Emporia, are in Americus visiting tt th* home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Finuf. Miss Gladys Humphrey spent.the week-end in Americus visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Humphrey. Mrs. George Anderson and daughter, Helen Pat, accompanied- by: Miss Vivian and' Albert laugh lin, of Emporia, motortd to Sedalla, Mo., Saturday, when the Anderson family will Uve. James Phelan, who «a» called to Rochester,-N. Y., by the sickness of his brother, has returned 'home. •Mrs. Andrew Yetman,- who has spent the last winter in Calif or nla visiting her daughter,' Mrs. • A. G. Hege, returned to her home in Americus Sunday. '.'..' Miss Lorraine W«ird will go to .Wichita this .week, where she will attend business college. • ° .• .• E. A. Elliott and family, .who «pent the winter' in Top«ka and Klowa, where Miss Evelyn and Miss Kathleen taught school, • returned to their Americus. home Saturday. Miss- Margaret -Jean - Beans,' who finished her course-at C. of E.,-has gone to Chicago with'the C. of E. choir and will return to her. home in Americus .the latter part of the week. Miss Beam will -teach music and English .-in the high school at Lone Elm. -. ... .... • . •Several families from Americus attended the' commencement exercises at C. of E. Sunday and Monday.. ' . • ' . Miss Dorothy Freeman- will teach her second year of school at Frost the ..-coming winter. MTfl» Ardyce Freeman will teach the .Trail school five miles west of Buahong. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McAuley. who have been in Maple Hill, the past school year, are in Americus for the'summer. They will" attend tile summer school at the • Emporia Teachers College and return to their school work in Maple Hill the coming year. Miss Edith Phelan, who_has been attending the Teachers'College, has returned to Americus for her summer vacation. .'.,,'. ' ' .Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keller, who have been visiting their parents at Garfield and Prescott, expect to return to Americus Tuesday. Mr', Keller will attend the ' Emporia Teachers College. -•;••••• Mrs. F. Yenser and Mrs- Paul Czirr and son, Donald, of Crescent. Okla., mother and 'sister of Mrs. Harry Stubbs, are visiting the Stubbs' family. Miss Katheriae • Freeheson. 'of Strong City, visited over'-the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Stubbs and family. ' ' ; ' • • Miss Constance ' Erickson, of Elmdale, spent the week-end In Americus with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Erickson.' .Keith Kerr, who has been in 'Topeka, for several months. Is- In Americus visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, P. T. Kerr. Lebo New» The. Friendly cíaos and the Good Will class of the Methodist Sunday school will give a farewell picnic on ground Tuesday evening for the I. B. Mosley. family, who are leaving for-Strawn the last ol the week to live. Mr. Mosley will be superintendent of the high school there next .year. Evie Jones, Guy Petennan,- Ira Sauerewlg and Dr. Raymond Stnitfi went to Texas Monday. Dr. Smith will vaccinate tbe' cattle on the Jones ranch. : Mrs. Mable Steen and son, Boyd, and her sister, Mrs. Alice .Edwards, have returned to their home, at Tulsa, Okla'., after a visit with relatives here. ... • The Misses Ethel, Louise and Le- riora Ivans leave Tuesday to «nroll for the summer term at tht Xm> porta Ttachere College. ' Mr. and Mrs. Evan 13U* « Emporia . visitors Tuesday. While there 'they'visited John Henry, at the 'St. Mary's hospital. • ' Mr.- and Mrs. Néialandtr,. oí Kansas-City, are'visiting their daugh- ter'and husband, Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Mosley, and family-this week- I B. Mosley was a WlchiU .Visitor -Sunday. • . Mr. and Mrs. Lester .'McClure moved into the Peterson 'property Monday. •. Miss Minnie Jones «turned to Wichita Sunday after several.days visit with her parents, "Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Jones, and other relative». ' •••-:•• ' ;' David Traylor and Lloyd: Jones left Monday .for a week of camp- Ing and fishing on the Neosho river. ' . • ', .Dale Roberts, was graduated irom C..or E. at Emporia Monday,:and his .-parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Oomer Roberts, and grandparent», - Mrs. Allie-B.. Smith and . Mrs. W. W. Roberts, attended the' commencement exercises. Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Camine and Mr. Carrilne'e. sister, Mrs. H. E. Gordon, attended, the C. of Í. commencement exercises and alumni meeting • at Emporia Monday. - Miss Dixie will • enter • summer school, next week at the Emporia Teachers College. Mrs. Aline Bell, of Cottonwood Falls, visited, friends in Lebo Sunday and returned home the same, evening. . Some of the teachers of the community who .have located for the coming year. are: Miss Elizabeth Lowman, District. 56; Susan, District 18; Lucille Booth, Hill Side; Leota, Crawford, District 88; Mary Knight; lyondale: Jessie Arnold, Prairie Queen; Bernlce Jones, Arvonia; Louüe -Jones, Barclay; :Elva -Leonard, sixth grade, Osage City. "The Lebo . teachers hired are: Florence - Miller,' first primary; Lenpra Evans,- second primary; Violet- Parker, • Intermediate:, and J. E. .Isaacs, grammar grades. ,'Hlgh school teachers: J. A. Paraons, rsupertntendent; -Paul Jones.'.'principal; Miss Bemice Milner,-music; Miss Dorothy Scott and Miss-Helen Nutting. Lucille and Marion Steckle returned to their home at Emporia Mutton's Bcantr Shop , a«fl *««r Permanent* fi «ad op. Only Uecnwd Optrttoti CM Cojo'l. 1.4 «o.r. FhoM. (Ov«r Htr»ej Orocirjl Monday, after a few days' visit witli their grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. W. w. Camine. Mr. and Mrs. Frank George and family, of Garden City, visited Sunday at the W. M. Traylor and D. P. Jonts home. Saffordvffie News Mrs. Lillle Nelson and son, Marshall, of Emporia, .is visiting her mother, Mrs. E. C. Laughlin. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lind, of Canaan, visited their cousin, Eva Mae O'Danlel, Monday evening, ' Buddy Caruthers, of Admire, spent Tuesday night with Tommy Denny. John Uhlman returned home Monday from Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. James Rlugenberg, of Jetmore, visited friends in this community Wednesday. Mrs. Goldie Marshall, Mrs. James Cusick and Mr. and Mrs. Bernal Jones, of Wicliila, visited Wednesday: with irlends in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Will Rollins were called to Latimer Wednesday where Mr. Rollins' brother, Jim 'Rollins, was injured in a car accident. Mr. antl Mrs. Harold Husband le! t Tuesday for Chapman, whir» Mr. Husband has work. Wednesday visitors at the horn* of Bert Stone were: John Stone, of (Continued on P*fe fctv«nt Zmopads ITS HERE I FOR YOU TO SEE£f AND RIDE IN Come and see America's mostTalked-about Car... and lake your first "floating Ride" ELGINS LATEST STYLES DIAMONDS DESIGNS BY GRANAT • . • • 'A. H. Thiatlethwaite . the CERTIFIED WATCHMAKER 713 Comí Phone 333 '"THE AIRFLOW DeSoto isn't •*- just a new model. It's a new way to travel ... a complete departure from the old "horseless carriage" tradition that has lasted for more than thirty years. Maybe you're not thinking of buying a new car. Never mind that. Go and see the new AIRFLOW De Soto just as you would make a trip to the airport . . . because it's bound to thrill you. 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