Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 9, 1927 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, December 9, 1927
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. MrH.MhryiE..Crawford, of fI2 •SouUi-Cotton Wood ,street, left la- ilay for N'alcKUochcD, I^.. to Hpond (he .winter iiibnt|is witli »\aauKh- tcF. iVjrH.Ctias; Wagner and; family. • •• V • -r ... -Senior liiKh opert-tta toniglit at 8 o 'clock. Seulor- high iiuditoriuni. Mrs. 0. L. Cox returned liome .vi.'alcrday from a few dayw vlwit in IliirlJnRton and Crandbll, Kan. —kplHCojjal Hazuar and .Food Kale at k. C. KIcctric and IMumuiug Co., 109 E. Madif'on avenue, Saturday, UpccmTjer 10, aJl day. K. F. mil, of .Mobcrly. Moi and .Mr!i.?Oracp Uizor, of Detroit,'Kan.. • who >arc visitinR their aunt. .Mrs.^j Mary Armstead. of G1.S North Elm street', plan, to retnrn. to their respective home.>< Sunday or.Mpnday, .Mrs,. Armstead Is flelling off her household Roods and wJU return home witli Mr. Hill for an indefi- . uitc slay.. ^Ytiu Venn —5 crnts—A d'oud Cigar —For Real' Estate Loans .see the Spcnrit)- Hid?. & Lii»n Association, lola. Ks. Offiti in First Natl. Bank. In a write-up alioul a robhery the KancaK tMty Times adds. "One of the bandits wore a derby." Will somebody pagi; W. H. Kiug'.% Ed Schrocder, of |EIDorado. Kjab- sas, who was' here on business, re^ tiirncd home this mornlnff.. W ille here, he was the gues't ot his brother-\lh-la«-. W. .U. , Tllus tnd family, lot IJOl South 'CottOFnwDod street. ,. ';. '-Commencing Monday mori Ing OUcn'ft lOf Lonf i^lllbc .made with milk. ; - Si»pclal = Suntfnj- dinner, naon imi efriilntr. S0e,.7Ae. Keller H^teU Out-of-town rfclailves here for the funeral of Charles Marsh were: II. D. VanNordstrand,' of Sthenec tady. .V. y.: Mr. and Mrts, Ira O'BuIen. of Independence; Kansas A. B. Conley and sou. Wilder Con ley, of Leavenworth; Mri. Etta Smith; of Humboldt; Miss Pearj Overmeyer. of Ponca City, Okla. .Mr. and Mrs. Beft Miller, of Ell reka. Kansas; Wr.iarid Mrs. I..yle McKenzie. of Kan^s City. Mo.; and Mrs. Charles Kessler. of Lake -Worth. Fla.. who was here three monthft helping In the tare of helf brother.! tHE lOLA DAH^Y R^ISTglt.FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 9.1927.: tofMik «r lift. E. v««tert^ Mm. KlM »«th ;ybelmeck.T|«ed 77 y «Bra ..'pwsed a^nty o'clbtitc this <kReni66Ii ai Bt. Johns hospital. Mrs.' Vbelmeck ibas lieen a tttueat at thS iwpiUd October 8. She has a BOB, Voelipeck, living lb Pliiua. since I Ail tone —Coi^inieliGltiK Moaday niorning mten's 30c Loaf wni be labde with milk. I 1^ a. reaa-4 cnt*— A «a«i C%ar Mrs. Frank Dick(i^oq..or f,*olony. was .a ftuslncfss Tisitor in Ida be- iWenn trains' today. —Mineral Teti for hoffs. caltle and chickens at it.: C. McKiutiey Peed 6tore. L HALstoX, THKATKE Mnraii,' K.-<nsa!( Rig Extra Spcitai:. GLOni.V SW .VNSO .N' -in- i -THK /.(iVK OF •ikMA" Frld»j Kud SalnrdHy --Two and ^ue-half iiound Lig- gilfs Assorted Chocolates, appro pmtely boxed. 99c. af Cook's. —Dr. .Montgomery, Chiropractor, lula Li^indry Bldg. Phone 138. Tho Rev. C. A. Jackson, pastor of the A. M. K. church, went to Girard. Kansas today ou business. —Henistitchiug and Picotiug. 20D Eai-t .street. .Mrs. Prank Russell. --.See "us lor Christmas .Tree Lights and '•xtra bulbs. K. C. Klec- iriu and Plumhiug Co. .Mr. and .Mr.^W. B. Smith, of La- Haipe, left todaS- for Kvertoh, Ark.. A group of lola men who regu- 1? Smith's father. H. A. lurlyrattend the Current Topics ""y'"""- Wm. Penn—,'» rents—A'ijood ('i(tar tLiuJub were together last night and < ^iho subject of tbl^ club cunic up. ''Ail of. them spoke invthe highest terms of the information and en- lerthinnieht.they got from the addresses and' one of tlieni remarked that he could not iit^derstand why iit least lOU men woj-e not present ill fvcry meeting, a sentiment • In which all the rest concurred. \ • V«l'lt OVEKtOAT .• • • .Shouldn 't he expected to • • meet winter winds, sleet • •. anil snow' unaided. Have. • • it cleaucd regularly. . Ablesiin Cleaners Phone 10i» • ..-« *«*.*,.••-*••*».'*<.•• « ; —If you want to liuy or bulTd, city ;6r suburban property. The lola Building & iJnua Association will make yoii a loan, low interest rata .no commi.ssion. Sec G. E. Pees. Secretary, at old Ucglsler building, "Koulhwcst xpracr of square. T .he^ foreman of the Register job dijpartmeit ran across an old iron shooting stick the other day, the only relic of, the old. Regliter office which survived the ; fire of l«ai. The foreman cleaned It up. Sildcd It'over with. goId'pRiht and . laid it oil the editor's de-sk with a card beajrlng these words: "This slick, shot th^ first quoins for the tola Register.- More modern coin shootdr.s are used now:" Which is II good j^ke you are- printer inoiiKh to iinderstaud it. —Two 'and one-half poundjUg- ^••tt'n Assorted Chocolates, a'ppro- priately ho.\ed. .99c. at Cook's. . Xollce. —The annual stockholders meet- iiiR'of the \llen County .Agriculture Soefcty (Fair Assoclalioii) will be h " .t ?ie Chamhf-r of Comnicrco liiiildiug .oil Tuesday. Dec. 13. at •J :;<! p. Ill .\11 stockholders are invited to attend. nr. PyT'S, IJcattle. Sec. 1.. I)'. Horville. Pres. .Mrs. :Maiy Port, of Clfvelaud. tHiio. who liia.s'been vi.vitiui; rela- tivci and bld-liuie friouiTs In lola. started last, night for her home. • ConiiinMii'lug .Monday morning Oiien's l'i< U»af will lie made with iiillk. Take the family to Lewman's {'life for a ohiiknn dinner Sunday. •7 .,.rke homecookjd." .Mrs. Ella .Mlteheiii iwent lo ('hu- nuii; oil tile noon train today on a brief business visit. I Clirislmas C.irds 'at Cook's. —Dr. Lucy E.! i'olsdn. Chiropractor. Northrup fildg. Ilionc 228. .Mr^. Cusltr Davis, who under>went an appendectomy operation at the Johnson hospital in ChaBute aboiit three weeks ago, was .brought home Wednesday. iCard of Thanks . ,—We jvlsh ta thank the friends and nelgiybors for their kindnqss and' sympathy shown In our skd bereavement In: the death of our dear daughter and sister. Grace: also the flowers.—Mr. and .Mr.s. A. Gillaspic, The BrDthers and ^sters. The Regisjer "has a letter from Mrs. Capitola Clark Lingo, whose real home is lola but who now is a resident of Oregon, asking for a few of the big hlckor.v nut.s which used to grow so plentifully up lu the Horseshoe Bend. .Mrs. Lingo wants to plan<t them li» Oregon and see if they.will grow there.. If Abe Towueend has some h* might bring In a doicti or so. Incidentally Mrs. Lingo sends greetings tp all her old friendif. "Viola wilk always spell home for me" she writes. We know B«kery ProducU ' are good. But Have "\"0U ; Tried Ours? VAN HQOZER'S. Francis .McCaii, purchasing agent for the United Iron Works; of Kansas C'.ty. Mo.. Is hfere for a few days tistt -7 -Two and one-h^atf twnnd Lig-' Rett's Assorted Chocolates, appropriately 4ioxed. 99c. at Cook's. —Lost: Irish setter female bird dog. Answers ta name •Peggj-." Revi-ard If relnraed to S08 North street or phone 12S5J. —Dr. A. B. .Twadell. Osteopath. New Globe Bldg. 'Phone 191. .Mrs. \V. J. Ihrig. of 408 South Washington avenue, was stricken seriously ill yesterday and re- duins about the same today. Rvid Letlerinff. —The Register does all kinds of gold lettering at nio<leri^te! prices. In 4>iiyiug leather; goods for Christmas gifts, keep us lu mind. —We pay C^f- on Full Paid and Installmpnt Stock. Tlie best invest- mjent. the best method to save. Kerarily BIdr. I(_ I.vnn Assoriatlnn,', loia, Kan ^ias. —d. li. Cox, 'M. n. Specialist, I<:ye. Ear, Nose and Throat "For^ and Eight" Adopt Her —•'Prince Tol>byliim" at Si-iiior high tonight. 8 o'clock. Operetta. — Ten cent biindle.s^ of old papers for five cents at the Register from uow until Christmas. - There, were, two or three breaks vesterday and the day before in the pipe lines supplying lola with gas, bift^they were <l«lckJy repaired. In the: main lohi vvurt? through the cold snap with little cause for complaint ou aOciiiint of the gjis supply, thaiik.t to the vigilance of the emplp.wes of the Rouiherii Kiinsas Gas Company and of the city df- ficials aJid eniployeei*. —S|H>cl:il Sniidav dinner at Portliind: Hotel, <i.'>c. Honrs,' 12; 15 t» i. Ten cent bundles of old papers for flVc rents at the Register from no*- until Christmas. —Dr. 3. T. Rcld, Surgery and .s :-ray. Phone 3f.7. —'PrUwc Tobbytviu," ' at Senior high tomorrow night, J"ic. 10c. The house owned by Mrs. '.Mary Crowdcr on North State street which was burned on Wednesday nighi was occuplcfd by a number of roomers. One of these was a young, boy. about 11; years of age, who lost etery stlfcll of clothing except that in tvhlch lie Was sleeping. The,Salvation Army.supplied him with a sitit of clothes and the Elk.i< bought him some shoes. The Incident llhish-ates thej manb^r In which the Salvation Army can make 'use of cast off ctothing "an.v- one may hare to apaije.. and one of the uses to which the Elks Charity Fund is ;devoted.' LAHARPEAND m CITIZENS Wr. wi Mint ClM^ter Klliwtt Aa- noanre Birth ot Nan—J. K. Kaepik to Kansas t'ity. (Mrs. Opal Mitchell.! LAIIARPE.' KAN., DEC.' 8. -Mr and Mrs. -Chester EUliott announce the birth' of a nine and three- fourths pound baby bdv. born this morning. J." B. Kne|;n> ihe Knepp grocery went, to Kansas. City this niorning. ' .Mr. and .Mrs. Ross Laver were business %-isitors in town todaj-. •^We InTiie you to call at our .«tnre and look over our Christmas Toys 'and gift goods.—"VVatfers and Uanforth'^ Drugs dnd Ji;w«Irv. .. Mr. anil .Mr.s. .^1. A. Smith, of the Sniith Cafe have iiipved . into the Mitchell ilonse and expect to luove the .cafe et|uipiueu| tii that location later. ' ' .Mrs. C. K.'Klme l.-ft today fof Nexv, York City after a visit i with her parents. ;.AIr. and .Mis. Pierce and sl,<!ter. .Mfss Hnzel. Pierce. ' ^ restated dt the annttal mc«tihe in loin Tuesday; "tltose from- here w^re: Mrs. George.. Roe; Mrl Joftni Day. Mrs. B. C. Gilford; Mr. Git] fotd. .Mrs. J. A. Reeves, Jlr. Reeveej and Elena. Mrs. Franfe^^pradley; Mrs. .VcLson Wallace, Mrs. Fred Wood. .Mrs. 'Henderson .Mitchell I Mrs. Jesse Chase, of lola and Mis?! Joseph inejWelth. CENTOAL "AVENUE (Verena Churchill) Dec. 6.—Mr. and Mr,s. . Colllson spent .Monddy evening with Mr. and .Mrs. Huss.- f: -Mr. and .Mrs/; Ed. .>'ordl and children spAl ^Saturday evening at the parental Beeman home.. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brinkman vl.sited Thursday with .Mr., and. .Mrs. trbarleytPeterson and family.. .Mr. and Mrs. Cburchiir.'and' boys visited Mr. and Mrs. Holcomb and llrs. Rinker Thur-'day evening. .Mr. and Mrs. Guy W'lhg and children. Jack and, Dea;h Saner, spent Sunday with \Mr. .'and Mrs. Clinton Date and Mrs: Eiiinia Dale of Chanute. . • Mr. and -.Mrs. CharleyJ, Peterson and family spehl Snnday with Mr. and Mrs. .Martin .Anderabn- and family at .Moran. .Mrs. Dixon visited Priijay after- rmt lola. KalMBUe ;i> December 8. lUxI': DEAR SANTA CLAUS: ^ Do not forget me; I am a ll boy 10.'years old. I will t«lt what I want. I want a -patr high top boots, a'winter cap, a' of overalls.,a pair of 8to<:kliii pocketknlfe andr some caody niiui. That is all' for thiS; Hoping yoiTwill not freieze.iMf^tu von get here as I want to see $-6au: Tout good little friedd. RALPH .MADISON. n. W. Curtis and Will AVoodHvere j"'"'" . '•''th .Mrs. La.-ih. in Kan8 .is City .^londay where they;. Mr. aiid Mrs. Ed Nordt and fam- purchnsed a carload of furniture-i-'''' .fP «"t Snnday at the-, parental J-or the Cutris Furniture Store. The|-'^'""U home. car arrlvitl today and is to hi- un-! • and Mrs. Fred Sailer and loiuhtd toiiiorii.w. " (hoys visited. Sund.iy evening with The T. .M.-Club w;i- plea.sautly entertained at the home of .Mrs .Anna Hartley. Weiluesdny afternoon. December 7. Thi- afternoon I was spent with fancy work, and music and a guessing contest was mji'ch enjoyed. The. hostess, assisi- eil by .Mrs. .Minnie ItecannoU' and .Mrs. .Minnie Stevclisou served ver.v delicious refreshiiieiiis. .Mi.^s Cla- The situation.of little Leedy.Curl's croppled condition "Is well in hand." The Palatka, Fla., orphan has'been adopted by the "forty and eight,", the' fun organization of the American' Legion and is receiving surgical attention. She is pictured hpre with two of her benefactors. |^ .Mr. and .Mrs. Guy Wing and chlld- Mr and .Airs, John Franklin and .1. N. s|ient Sunday with Mr. and Airs. .1. S. Franklin. ~ Mr and .Mrs. Ed Nordt and chlW- ren .-spent Snnday evenllig With .Mr. and Mrs. l!,onnle Baker. .MI .S9 M'earl .oiinlels visited Sua- day afternoon iwith Miss Verena lola. Kanklrs; . j December 8, i»27.- DEA R S.ANTA CLAVS: . , I am writing xo let yoti know; em i good IttUe girl. I hope: will come to see me, I want a|' buggy, a little play wrist watch,' new cap. a new; coat andi aoi candy and nuts. ! am a little|glr| 7 years old. That will be al have a little. sister i> .vears lolid who would Hko' a new palri- .shoes.' a new coat, a .cap.- a:| wrist watcit and' candy and hu' Your iltiie friend, DOROTHY M.VDISON. ra Parlasca .wa."? a gnest. .Alenibcisi.^'>".''<^hill present: Jle.sdauieis Etlinl Vane-.' , Hilda i.,.., misii-nierg. Minnie Stevenson, .Alice Richardson, fearl naniels and Margaret Wing Stella Green. .L.-oira .Morrison. .Ma- 1 *'""le<l school Thursday.', bel Lewman. EtTie Pcltil. Liitiej Delliert Huss . and Bah Coop OTTER SPRINGS ! (.\;rs. Veruiiii Ostrani I I UN- .'i.— Mrs. Taylor iKiiii speiii Thursday weather The nextl meeting will be I Rajsh and LKornice sjjent Sut- liil \!-ir '"'tH -'^'rV.-- Glad .vJs Lacy at her new j "'•''»|>', *''enln.!; with Mr end, .Mrs. afleruoI!n I home on December 21. !''Vil.'vl"**"'?" ^ with Mrs. J.d„, Ellison and Joan.f" f^randmn M>;ers is very proud inn !rcl ,m ''h.^..n"|!^,.*^'''i^'!''' of delicioiiK jArapeiriiit ami l^'""^""". ".•'P'"d Kd hin .chMs. Alillcr ahd Mary -lane | ^ from Tampa spci, yrUU,y =mern <K,„ With Mrs. |- i.- \er..o„ 0.^iia.iderandMaiyKv..l.v„.!^.„„.,^ emplovod at thi»t place. .Mi^s l,.v .if :i Chiigulll called Thurs-; .„t>ie supperl and Jpiognim at About Oold quarters. - .... supperl and Jp ,'I :.y -u Ml". Iti7i(lford, , , j Fairview schisil housC Decemberj MiK. rii -.f .lackson, (ailed Tues-! i;'>. Everybody inviteil. ji/./y .-i;(ir (i<,(,ii „ii .\rr.s.' Ira .Jackson. I Wry high rompiiiu'-nf.* were Mr. :'MI<I MIS. IK-nrv StracK and 11',"'*' ''"' 'y'"''*- ""' <'hrisiian ;riiiiilly and Iteruard Struck spent on .the excellence of tht'lr The Register had an i.^uiiy : ijl^' ''Cr"""" ' Franki jJ;|;;k«'1^1rt"->' which wus servfd | from an ««i of town subscriber!" ' • i riio Twoniioih rBtiinrv cinh nii -i vesterday askin..- whether lh..s.Rov -i Mrs...\lbert Wood .and Miss Ly«lia | 3, 1,^^!'^^^^^^^ ernment ever i .<s.ied a L'.^i-ceut gold I '-hoR-iilt called Tue.sday afternoon ;f:„»'',t u ^l Jaraftern ^n The ' t inic was ork for hrlstmas The next meeting askiMK whether thi.s. gov- j Mrs.-Mbert Wood.aud Miss Lydla , .ue home of jver i<sued a 2 .-,-ccut eold ''""i"'' Tue.sday afteriioon • „ ' ,„ ,„,' .1 — -i.>Cl I. sill U ILllL 50111. tv„I,, . son in lola. \\«uin;»uu.» UHC^IUVFV piece. The inquiry «'as pa.s -3ed on I °" "o''i'- • November l-.u. ' The time \\\ to readers of the Regisu-r with the, .Mr dnd .Mrs. Homer Gurwell and py^sed pleasantiv with needle woi result that .Mr 1>. II. Davis. lUl.'. (Marbara Jein .spent Saturday night land music Pldns were made fi East street, called up the office tcijaii'I Sunday at the Walter Klngj,i,p annual 'dlnlier and Chrlstmi say that alHiiii. -'lO years ago his {home. gift exchange. (loiid old Kuu! c.:ist j Kansas! Good old South- \Vjii. Penh -Li ceiits—A tiood t'lijiir V .1 .Mrs. tJIeH Heldchrant..of Hum-) : liuldt. njho has been in the Pa>iic Hospital there'for treatment, was ' lirdughtjto the home of her mother. .Mrs. B. E- RoKcrs this morning and will remiain here until she is strong) enough to return home. - -Prince Tobbytum." H. S. op-| <retta in Senior high auditorium, tonight at S o'clock. 23c and lOc * --Chiistma.", Cards at Cook's. Mrs..FVank Marks. Who has been spending two or three weeks with relatives in Iowa, and Nebraska, • returned home last night. )Vni, Pena;— 3 cents-A iiood Cigar —Ghrisimas Cards at Cook's.'. Paul Klein, of the Klein Lumber Yafd. went 10 Topeka this morning on business. •^-'•yan's Bread." gootl as ever. • • • F. L, B. LEATELL, M. D, "•,1 Special attention given Diseases of Colon and Rectum. Electro-Physiotherapy Office Tola State BanJc Blifg. •\ Phones—147 snd 70.". Special for Saturday: Pea hut Bar. 20c lb. Howiirds Candy Shop. If i -wry Issue of the Daily Register carried the adyertislng that made it necessary .vesterday to prim a 12 -page edition does any- Iwdy doubt that lola woiild do enough additional business to pay for it several Jlthea over'? Cities as well as Individual firms are judged In great measure these days by the advertising they put Into circulation. OSAGE VALLEY (Mr.9. ..Kdward Sisson) Dec. 8.— Otto Boring and wife of lola visited at Joe Glllham's Sunday. Olen Huffman spent Saturclay night.and Sunday with J. P. Glll­ ham's. Walkier Glllham and family and Freeman Glllham's were also visitors lat J. P. Glllham's Sunday. ' Frsnk Rudlslll and family moved to Moran Tuesday. Mamie Huffman spent the weekend with home folks near Kineaid. Dick Sisson, Earl Sisson and wife Were lola visitors Monday. W'a'ler. Glllham and 'wife were visitors at J; P. Olllham'sS Wednesday morning., Mr and-Mrs. Ralph >.Pine and children were chliert h^re by tho sudden death of Mrs; Pine's sister. Grace Clllaspli?; j ' The enllre rommiiaity was strhk- en when word was j-erelved of the death, of Grace Mae Rlllasple at the Chanrte hospila! Sitfiday mornin*. »lcr hodt was <broite1if to the. home of her sister. Pes.tie Sisson. where the funeral ftefvlce iwas conducted by the Rev. .1. fleyitolds Tuesday afternoon. The body! wasi laid to reit In the .Vorth Falrvlew reme- terr nf-ar Mildred. She is one who •.Till he greatly missed by all. Ohiiiiar.v—Grace 'Mae tSlllasple. dau;;hter of \. and Flora c;ill,ispie. was horn February 22. 1S94. and died at CTiannto. Kans.; on December 4. 1927. She leaves to mourn her loss her parents, two sisters *nd six brothers. The sisters ar? Rossle Sisson of Moran: Mary Pine of Bonner Springs: the brothers. Will of Maquoketia. Iowa: and Walter. George, Mose. Marlon and Le.ster of hear Bronson; also six ijiei^es.-four nsphews. and a host of friends.— A Friend. 13 brother had two gold pieces, one I pauljiie King called Sunday aft-! will be "with Mrs. Joe Burger Tbe- round and the other octagonal in , ernoon on Mr and .Mrs. J, B. Hen-icember 16. .Alrf Ralph Stephenson lorm. each of which was Issued' iJei-jjon. from the r. S. mint and pas.sed lor ': 25 cents. .A little later came' .Mr. i .MJWright. the V. S. Weather, lJu-[ reau man. to report that when ho • '-es'ie tieea looK , ^ Floldeniuu. =iirs. J. A. tteeves wai. a small Iwy one of his rela- '''';;«''' Thursday with Mrs. hlsiCj^i.^ William .Vewman. Mrs. G; W lives came back from California | ,and among other cnriosUies show-; M'ill Kllisou culled Weilnesday ed some 2 .'i -cent gold pieces, still j eveniui; at Ihe .lolin Ellisim home. later .Mrs. Robt-rl Warner tfnished | .Mary Kvelyn Ostrander spent Fri-: ba-zaar and bake sale. Saturday, the argument by bringing to thyjdav eveuiui; -.vith I.Mr and Mrs. j Friends here are grieved to learn Register office au octagonal goldjorpu flonc.h. lof the death of .Mrs. Chartes Cole •piece marked -y Dol" ar.d bear-j .„,,, i ewis Clioguill aud'a' her home In lola this morning ing the date LS.;il. which her srand- I ^Ij-^^', ,^,,,'s ,,n,,-jy allernooni--'* o'clock. Mrs. CoW is the mother had given her when sliel.,, Herl.erl Laude home ! mother of George Cole of this wa.^ a child. L:itcsr of all coiiie.s . O.tra'uder to(,k Sunday din-, n .l «n'. The funeral service will be Charles .Klauniaiiu with the lufor-] „^.,. ^^i,., ^^j'^^ Vernon Os-• held Snnday aiternoou at 2:30 wa.= a guest, I Mj?mbei-s present Ira llavs spent Saturdav eve-!'fere: -Mrs. IWillis Ken. . Mrs ruing at tile Walter King home.- I Ksther Rebmau Mrs. Otto Ohifest .Mr. and .Mrs. Leslie Reed took • lJ«"Bhert..v. .Mrs. A Chewnlng. Mrs.. f:harles Pennington, and .Mrs. joe Uui-ger. Don't forget; the Baptist ladies' kaflr corn Moniliiy afterntjon. Mrs. John Franklin entertained the Central .\venne club Tuesda.v. with t«in ^members preseni. The les.^on of the afteinijon was ,the (•hrlstmas siigKesiions given by Mrs. Lleurance. The nes'-meetlng will be with .Mrs. llottenStein on Decc 'inber 8th. Mr and Mi's. Frank .McMillan visited, Wednesday night With M/and Mrs. John Thompson.> Mrs. Frank Sievers and litflt son spent ^Monday with .Mrs. Col­ llson. Genuine Hand Laced j: and Tooled ; Leather Bags i In Attractive , Styles and Sizes $7,50 ™ • . . I Kach Bag 6uar &nl4ted Your llhristmas Dfiiff Store matiou. gleaned Irom book, tiial the Cover Mil old coin lt,..,pi,],,^ .,^,1 \i.,rv Kveh-n I o'clock at the Christian church in. Iiineui Of the I y,;,, •.Jackso.u and has among his; keepsakes ^Uv.. l"^";^^ ^^llil,''^:}:^]^^^^,::;^^^^^ 2 .1-cent ggid pi.'ces. one half-dol- ' MIKIRU spent • not la »r ami. warmer wentlier • U lap and oue dollar.- All of these! Wedii—irliiy ill der lioiue. , The Lallarpe club was well rep- BOOY ^HAM FAT GLENDALE bee. 1.—James Hosley spent Thanksgiving at Mulberry. Krins. Mr. W. P. VanPelt and family took dinner at V. W. Heaths 'Thanksgiring day. ' !- Week-end visitors at the Bd Hosley home were: Mi^. Mary Hawkins and son Junior of Clinton, Mo.. -Miss Annie Mootee of Mulberry. Kans.. iand Marguerite Hos- le.v. k .^r. and Mrs. Beft Cooper and son and &tr. and Mrs. Charlie Cooper spent Sunday witii Mrs; Cooper's mother, Mrs. Nora Tucker and family. County Sujiertnt'tfndent Miss Dolr lie .^dains vislteit Olendal* arhool one day last week.: L. B. Heath and family drove up from 161 B Sunday and spent the day at V. W. Heath's. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert mitcomb spent Suftday at Charlie Whit- conib'B. 'Mr., and* Mrs^ Chalmer Hosley spntii Thanksgiving at Ed Hosley's. Mr;i. Jeaa Ross, Wilijia.aiHi XeUh n^irMM i Th"e TPguhir meeling of the l.a- \c.mi. O.strau- „^.,.,„> p^.r,,, „„,.,a„ club which doubtless could l.e solit at a Iian,l- "'••""'-""•' ' . wi .s to have been held yesterday some premium .0 coin coUe.tois. Seveu wimiei. h..^^ '-^^ l! •j;';!:^^.^ o ^!:^)nm ^ !o (l III X'w York State after, having " ' ' , ,„ ,, with her mother. .Mrs. Whiuinmon. „.e„ fn.,,,.! « of murkier.. home of Mrs George Roe Mrs. .Malv U«v«?.U ills. i.iul Junior.iof them were piit to death for l^lll- . ,?" . . ^ Miss jXniiie Moirtee and Ko .se Hos-, IHK nieir husl )andsi-' ley vlsitvil iiiliDol hriilay a it ernoon.; Siiiiitay \'jsiliirs lVlf.s wci-'t -Mr :i!i.| .Vlr.i. M,l\n VanPelt. -.Mr. uiid Mrs. i ;ii'! .McCe- ^ aii.-l Mr. and Mrs. Hoynl 1 leery ;iud son of lola. .Mr. :iud Mrs. Alidy-i \iclniis of nine .Mound. .Mr. atiil .\\:s. I. .1. .\iiaiiis ». Tisited Tuesday night and We dav at \ . W. Me :!fu s. Bill VanPelt shipped stock) Kansas City with Ike Decker day .and went up to sei; ilii-:r. He returned home Tiiesda.v. They are planning to A. H. T. A. lodiie sit Faiilrioun; school "house next Moiul ^ay nisht. Jonathan Hosley was kickel on the knee by a horse Thanlcsg dav and is ^olng on crutches. The man who sings his praises doesn't, get an encore. Santa Gets a Mg Rush to Christmas Shop At This Store For Men . We 'have an Immense variety and number of all '.' Ivinds of men's wear. Next, our salesmen are exper- ' j^^tl•ed men's mell. They know what men want and what they like. Bring ztinr gift trotlbies to us. Wc have, a thousand.different ways of cihring them and an affiliation [with the world 's strongest buying organization to aid you In doing it all on an economical basis. '. SHIRTS-of ffne broadcloth or madras iiir every request/ a uiliu has for wear- comfort and that IB- Jraliable feeling a good-shirt gives. ,

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