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PAGE TWO THE lOLA DAILY REGISTEE, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUAIJY 13. 1933. lOLA. KANSAS A chui'lish we^t wind luilibers, like a wagon, through the trpes, , The old horse hoists his withers to the sun, i The valleys wade the dregs of last , year's vintage to tHefr taees, l"he cattle mQum the Say of herbage done. • The paths tliat led to summer have put by their wanton frills, ; The geese swing, lappreheniive, tvGtn the north, . A breath of isolation binijs my cfibin i' to the hills, ' . And Uie chimney m^lts dead ksh- es on the ihearth. —Hester King, Zebra, Mo. Working Sopiety First piWsion Meets Tl\e First jDi vision of the Working .society of the Presbyterian church • met ye.sterd.iy afterrroon in ' the • home of Mrs. R. L. Dunton ftith ; ivt»s. Frank; Forrest the assliitlng i hastehs. Mi's. Forrest, chairman, ; .j)reslded over the meeting. A eom- " iprt: wiLS knotted by the ladies for • welftire use. Refreshments iwere' r served to three guests, Mrs.- j; S. • Weekis, Mrs: D. H. punton, and Mrs, W. E. Van Camp, and to the members present. • • -fc 'mVTAC . 'i • Electric Washers as low as $59,50—$79.50—SI39.00 \ Terms. ' We Trade for and Bep^lr All makes. Maytag repairs In stock, k. C. ELfiC. & PLUMBINO CO, ' Phone 65 .^ o Y. W. C. A. Cabinet ! Holds Lttnclieon L the Y. C. A. cabinet of. the ; junior college held a luncheon ^ meeting yesterday noori, "at; the home of Mrs. B. t. McNeil. Those present were: Misses Alnja Hudson, .jRuth Sheldon, Crystal MeNally, : June Tliom'pson, Helen Kerr, ^iar- i ceta Trask, jMargaret Williams, i!»uth ^mith. Mrs. Stolth sang a familiar THymn. accompanied by Mrs Brazee. 1 Mrs. B. R. Shirk gave a talk on her favorite hyign and sa|ig tVo 'hymps, fupzJshlng her owii accMnpanlment on the harp. The hostess group was Mesdames George Stratum, D. B. McCQrty, Clint BaU, M. ^. Close. Claude Barker. Ira Sutton, G. W. Fennimore, and Miss Kate Wadsworth". They served dainty refresliments to 30 members and four guests: Mrs. W. P. Wharton, Mrs. R. R. Shirk, Mrsj C. C. Mccarty, arid Mrs. Flora! Rl(*ettfi. .> .J. North Division Aid Society Meets The north division aid society of the Christian church rhet yesterday at the home of Mrs. Roy Johnson. Mrs. Fred Wdodin was . assistant liostess. The afternoon was spent in tacking a comfort for the welfare association. Two guests and 16 membei-s were pre.sent. • •:• « • Baptist Church FIdelis Class Meets I The Fidelis clo.ss of the Bniitist church met yesterday afternoon at t le home of Mrs." Mildred Paris with membersj of unit 3 as hostesses. Mrs. Ira Kerwood presided over a short ba'ilness session and Mrs? Lovelace led the devotlonals. Games were played and refreshments were served 10 18 members and 11 children. Armstrong; and Mrs. Florence Beld- mg, sponsor. . <• •:• '• Working Sjciety Third Division Meets • The thlrc division o^ the working ; society of the Presbyterian chiurch : held a very pleasant-meeting yesterday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. i H. A. Brown with Mrs. |G6orge Sher. wpod the jassisting hostess.. Mrs. Charles rKJaumann nreilded^ over. the busiriesR period at w!\lch sftveral propositions, for the raising of funds ; were discussed. - Mrs. S»^1ggett led ', .the devotipnals. , = Refreshments were served io 16 J' members and the, following giiests: Mr."!. R. Di Snuffer, Mrs. Woody I Perham. Mrs. Edward Anderson, -i Mi.ss Francis Sherwood, Louise and • Alan Lynn, Natalie iBrown,- and ; Colleen Snu0er. Miss Pi-ancls. Sheri wood ))resldod at the roffee uni. .<•><•;.' Wood-Moore Kunday Srhool Cidis,Meets ..Tl»o Woqd-Moore Bmidny school : class of tht? First,Methodist Church , : met ycstcrildy aftornobn. ^fth. Mrs, George Str4lton. The meeting was opened byi slnglnij "Lo^'e Divine," - after which devotionals were ;led by ;. Mi-s. H. P; Hitchcock. Mrs.;'Flora. Ricketts , offered prayer. Mrs. Kenneth Fousl presided. Plans were made to entertain the : families :o£; members of the class at the next regular meeting. Mfis. Roy Reed was appointed program"chair- xnan. Mrs! Flora Rick^tjts made a ( splendid ta|lk to the class. .Mrs. John Brazee earrled.-out a 1: very interesting progi-ain- on the ori- • pin and history of favorite hynms, • assisted by Mrs. W. P.' Wfvarton, ;; Mrs.. R. C. Judah, Mrs. J. p.-Smith, Mis. Viola Chezem, an(J Mrs> ;J. L. DIAMOND Jan. "10.—Mr. Chai-les Ryon of Kansas City, Kas:, Mr. Karl Bauer ajid son Earl of Shawnee Mission spent Saturday at the Janies Ryon home. Mrs. Will Grieve, Doris and Josephine and Miss Velma Ryon spent Wednesday at the James Jones home. Miss Velma Ryon and Mr. Lloyd Ballard spent Sunday evening at the Lee Colgin home in Mildred. Mr.iand Mrs. Minor Lantz of near MOran spent Thursday at the John Lantz home and butchered two hogs. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Oassel, Lawrence Arthur and Betty Anne of Gamrtt spent Saturday night and Sunday at the James Ryon home. I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parish were business visitors in lola Friday morning. Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Ballard home near Welda were Miss Eleanor Ballard of Kincaid. Miss Velma Ryon. Dick Ballard of Picher, Okla., Frank Helder of Mildred and Lloyd and Bess Ballard. ' Miss Nora .Jones called on Velma Ryon Tuesday afternoon, i James Ryon and Velma called^ at the John Lantz home and at the M. A. Moore, home in Colony Friday afternoon. ' I James Jones was a business visitor in LaHarpe Wednesday afternoon. . ROOSEVELT AND STIMSON IN CONFERENCE AT HYDE PARK The wliole field of America's international jTelations, from war debts to the situation in the Onent, was being discussed by Secretary of State Henry L. Stimson, left, and President -elect Franklin D. Roosevelt, when this picture was taken at the latter's home at Hyde Park, N. Y., after the two had lunched together. Tlie widely- heralded conference was arranged by Mr. Roosevelt in an effort to familiarize himself with pressing intenia- tional prpbjems. • First United Bretliren Church. Unified service, beginning at 9:45 a. m. 9:45 a. m. Morning worship. 10:10 a. m. Sermon by pastor. . 10:30 a. m. Sunday school classes. 11:15 a. m. Dismissal. 9:45 a. m. Junior church. 6:30 p. m. Intermediate and senior Endeavor. 7:30 Evening worship with Don Young, program director of KGGP, and his Sunshine 'Kiddies In charge of the program. The public is Cordially invited to attend this sen'ice. tell your friends about it. ALBERT V. HOWLAND, Minister. A^ARY'S NEWSOFUHARPE Mrs. J. A. Ma>otaad Hostess io the Twentieoi Ccqoitiiry Sevrin; Club ob Wednesday. •[^OODLES are a va •'•^ tlon to the emei ROCKLOW Jan, U.—Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wiggans spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eastwood and family spent Sunday at the parental Joe Jackson home. Mr. and Mrs. George Ard, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Boman, and Mr. Joe Deer and Violet were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. .WUJ pe?r.. Mrs. Viola Broughton spent Sat- •urday afternoon with Mrs. Emery Broughton. Mrs. George Heckenllable, who has been quite sick With the flu is better at this writing. i Mr. and Mrs. Gale West, spent Sunday with liis mother, Mrs. West, of Bronson. j Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Perry spent Sunday evening, at the parental Roy Perry home. Walter Stewart and Frank Hawkins sawed wpod for Will Colllhs Wednesday. Walter Duggan helped Roscoe Burt and Roy Sylvester drive cattle to'Moran Tuesday. Christian Church. Joy and blessing will come to you through learning and working with the happy group composing our splendid Bible school and church. , If you are not attending elsewhere, we invite you to come with us. . ' Bible school at 9A5. Communion and pi-eachlng nl 11. Sermon by the minister on "What Must I Do?" C. E. Meetings at 6:30. Evening preaching at 7:30. ' GO to churOh Sunday. If every- ine .should follow the example of the non-chi^rch member, there would.be no chtu-ch. . BibliGal Question H0RI7.0N"T.\L 1 Shpck as iu alarm. 7 Oiic wlio salutes. 13 Epilepsy syuiptoni. 14 Pulpit block. IC Song for one voice. 17 Ingenuous. 19 Fashion. I'O Parallelogram 21 Writing table 23 Pedal ex- tremilios. 24 Nay. 26 Brad: 25 To bellow, 29 Hour. 30Japaiie.se lisli. 32 Soldier's .suil. 34 Devby. o.'iGumbo. 3C To olliile. 37 Bees' lioni(> 38 Born. 30 Unfruitful.' n Sniik.v fish. - -12 Within. .• • 4SUnbi;vse<l. , 44 Clos..-. ' .40 Noi'thcnst. ' .Auswei! to Pi'cviouiii Puzzle 47 .Metalli<f ' elements •'.9 To seize. 51 City In Irish Free State. 5? Still; r,i Kli)g otjjeasts. r<6 Jolinnyiiake. 57 Anlitbxhi. 5(1 EarJtir. ; CI Blacksmiths hammers;. . 02 Church- cap. VERTICAL. 1 N'ear what city , is the tJ. S. Avlatiou i School? I 2 Dyewobd tree. 3 Dry. 4 Blackbird. 5 Minor note.. 6 Fairy. 7 Sorrowful. 8 Measure of area. 9 Theater guide. 10 To blow a honi. 11 Tree. 12 Great leader in American "Civil War." IB Spigot. 18 Whom did Jacob sup-! plant? (BibJ. 2<i To bevel out•22 Pertaining td' motion. 23 Front leg. (25 Made of oak; 27 Orgau secreting bile. 28 French sculptor. 29 Harbor. 31 Wrath. 33 Distant. 34 To hasten. 39 Subsided. 40 Nobleman, .43 Discharged. 45 To lift up. 47 Torrid ? 4SBy.' 50 Shoe. 51 Mountain pass. 52 Aye. 53 Bucket. 55 Insect's egg. 5C Postcrlpl. M Southeast. 58 Third note.. 00 Minor note. The Baptist Temple. Tlie four regular sej-vices on Sunday are, Sunday school at. 9:45; morning worship at 11:00; B. Y. P. U. at 6:30; evening service at 7:30. We will have for our special guest on Sunday evening Prof. J. Francis Lemon, teacher of Modern Languages in our, junior college. Prof. Lemon has made a very careful study of world economics and has a distinct and well thought out philosophy of the present world trouble. He will speak at the evening sei-vice on Sunday, and his message will be well worth the hearing. The public is cordially invited to attend. Free Methodist Church. (307 North Third) Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. j Revival Will continue with C. S; Porter, evangelist. Read the book of Revelations—then come hear him preach on Christ's second coming. Awakening 1 Don't miss a single message. Bring a question for the question box. We're looking for you. REV. RICHARD TRAVER, Pastor. Church of God. ^Corner Fourth and Madison.) Sunday school 10 a. m., Homer Teats, superintendent. Morning sei-vlce and sermon U a. m. Young people's meeting 6:30 p. m. Evening service and sermon 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening 7:30. If you are not attending cliurch come and worship the Lord with us. Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more as ye see the dav approaching. EZRA GOOD, Pastor. BY SISTER MARY NK.\ .Service Writer aluable addi- emergency shelf, f.o if you have some egg yolks left from cake making, why not m.ake up a biK batch of this popular paste-food to have on hand? There are' many exceltoit brand.s on the market, to be sure, but the liouse- viSe who has more time thaii iioiiey can effect quite a .savin.e if • :-lio makes her own. I Since its u Kood idea to make j enough "noodles for several n>eal.s ; .'it one time, add one or two whole eggu tO'the yolks in order to increase the auantity and quality; One tablespoon water Is aUva.va I added for each egg yolk. In calculating quantities it it, well to remember that one egg or one yolk and one tablespoon water will make eiiough'nuodles to serve ; lour persons with ii generous amount of noodle soup. Tire following rule makes an extra amount for slorlng. . ' * < • • * .;y Noodles fluoe egg yolks, 1 wlioIe egg,' 3 taWlespoons waterijlV= teaspoons .salt, '2% pups -flour (about). Rcat yolks,of eggs, water and the whole ogg until thoroughly blended. Add salt and enough sifted flour to make a very stiff douKli. I^nead w-ell on a lightly floured molding board. Divide into six parts and roll each aa thin as possible. Cover witli a cleaii towel and let stand 30 minutes. Roll each: separately, like a jelly roll, and.leut la vei-y (iifn-slices. Shake out slices and -oss lightly on board to dry. When thoroughly dry. store In covered jars or hoxe.s for future Use. When wanted cook 20 minutes In boUin .i; me'at broth or salted water. Noodle soup makes an excellent winter luncheon dish. Or noodles cut In tiny straw-like lengths add much to the cup of .dinner consomme or bouillon. Noodles seH-ed in a clear dinner soup should ba boiled in: salted water and drained before . adding to the prepared meal stock. Noodle halls pngRest an appetizing way to use left-over meat or moat from tlio soupbone. Carefully trim oft" fat and jrrisfle and chop meat v/-ry liuf. Add one raw unbeaten cv:fi inul mix we'll. Add milk if lu'ops.-^iir.v- to make moist enough to slick t()'.;f-tiier; Prepare Tomorrow 's Menu BUKAKKA.ST: Orange juice, fcri -al cooked with dates, cream, broiled bacon, crisp toast, milk, (-offee. LUNCHEON: Krie<t lioo- dlfcs in creum -Vance witft hard cooked j<»KgB, rye bread, hearts ,;• of celery, canned . peaches, cocounut cookie.^!, milk, tea. DINNER: Kngllsh mutton chops, scalloped potatoes, stewed .tomatoes, raw turnip and lettuce salad, AVhole wheat rolls, quince bavarian cream, milk, coffee. t Beverly Mallory.) LAHARPE, Jan. 12.—Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Yancey and Marie drove to Erie Tuesday evening to witness the Elk City-Erie basketball game. , Mrs. J. C. MOore and iCrs. C. A. Walker drove to Humboldt Wednesday ^fternoon on bustoess. Chtkrtes Unies is tmpT^vtng Aav- ly from a case of infliienza which has caused him to be away from his v/(kk the past tew days. Mrs. Florence Olson, tola, waa in town Wednesday afternoon calling on friends and relatives. I H. V. Trojcell made a bus(lness trip to Kansas City Wednesday evening. Mr. iand Mrs. George Welland visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. Welland's rUece, Mrs. felll Shaughnessy and family. The Twentieth Century sewing club met 'Wednesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. J. A. McDonald. Refreshments were served to the following members: Mesdamee J. B, knepp. Joe Burger, and Charles Pennington all of lola, J. A. Reeves, Dora Newman, Minnie Ohlfest, 'Willis Kerr, Chartes Bryan, Hebcr Ransom, W. R. Dougherty, J. F. Heath and McDonald. Mr., and Mrs. Arthur Gllmore of Moran were business visitors in La­ Harpe Wednesday afternoon. Lerita Rae Wight is a little fm- proved from; a case of Influenza. Mr. DuPoint. Independence, was in town attending to business Wednesday evening. Harley Laver,'south of town, who was critically ill with influenza, is Improving somewhat. Mrs. Lea;Ashley and children called Wednesday afternoon on Mrs. Forest Marsh and son, and Mre. C. W, Or^ry. Mrs. Amos Remsberg and Mrs. Chester Elliott spent Wednesday ! afternoon in lola. C. W. Gregory returned today from tlie home of his parents, ;Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gregory, northeast of Moran, where he has been working. Mrs. Tom Slusser who has been seriously 111 for sometime Is now able to sit up a few minutes each day. Miss Julia Llvlngiston was aii all night guest Wednesday of her cousin. Miss Alice Nell Lewmah and in the evening drove to i Chanute on business. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sawyer, north of lola, were in town on business Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Cummings, Chanute, was calling on business friends here Wednesday morning. noodle paste as usual^ using o»e- third the rule. Itol! thin and cut In two-inch .^^quares. Fill with prepared meat and draw corners together. Dampen edges with a little water and press firmly. Drop into hoilin;' sailed water or meat. Serve on a hot platter and Karnish broth and boil 20 minutes with parsley. U you want to prepare your own noodles for chow inein, sprinkle two tablespoons salad oil I over two pounds noodles and steam 15 minutes, lifting noodles carefully with a fork in order' to separate-Well. Spread on molding board and let cool. Then fry until polden brown and crisp in deep hot oil. Drain thoroughly and use. Naxarene Church. 223 N. Sycamore St. , 10 a. m. Sunday Bible school. Mrs.' Nellie Randel, Supt. Efficient teachers and classes for all ages., 11 a. m. Morning, worship. The pastor will preach the sermon. 6:30 p. :m., Young People's .society. Mr. Oaddls, iwesldent; Elmer Dosier, leader. 7:30 p: m. Evening service and sermon by the pastor. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday evening, prayer meeting. "Come thou with us and we will do thee good."—Bible. i : M. R. BISHOP, Pastor. First Ctiurcb of Chrisi, Scientist Sunday services 11 a. m. Wednesday evening meeting. 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:45 a. .m. The reading room at comer East and Sycamore streeU, ia opien dally from 2 to 5 p. m., excepting Sim- days and legal hoUdays.' "Ufe" wiU be tlie Bubiect of the Lesson Sermon in all Churches of 1 Christ, Scientist. Sunday, Jan. J6. (Golden Text: Psalms 60:1-3. The mighty God, evjsn the ]U»d, hath spoken, and called the earth from the rising of the sun mito the going downjthereof. Ont of Zlon, the perfection of beauty, God hath.shined. The public is cordially invited to attend the services and to pnjoy the privileges and make use[ of the reading room. Presbyterian Church. Sunday 10 a. m. Sunday school with a place for everyone. 11 a. m. Morning worship. The sermon: "The Little Black Book." 5 p. m. Meeting of the grade school and the Jvmior high Endeavors. 6:30 p. m. Meeting of the high school and the Junior college endeavors. • 7:30 p. m. Evening service. The pastor win deliver an Illustrated lecture uiwn the distribution of the Bible all over the world by the American Bible society. The slides are beautiful, instructtve and up- to-date. Come and learn of the wonderful and vital woj-k of this great ['organization. Wednestlay, 7;30' p. m. Mid-week prayer sen'ice. Thm-sday 2:30 p. m. Meeting of the Missionary society at the home of Mr. J. Glass; 904 North Sycamore. Hostess Circle D. Program Circle E. There will be election of officers at this meeting. Friday, 7 p. m. Choir practice at the church. Pliiladelphia—Horse stealing is at a low ebb in Philadelphia. The secretary of the Union Society for the detection of horse thieves!and the recovery of stolen propertif reports no horse thieves were detected in 1932.» ' FAMED THEORIZER RETURNS TO U. S. LAHARPE, Kas.. Jan, 13.—Mrs. C: S. Miyers is confined to her bed with Influenza. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDonald, lola, visited Thursday with Mre. McDonald's parents, Mr. and Mi's. Zeke Stansbury. Randal Sherwood who has been.] Ill ^'ith Influenza Is Improving, but yet unable to attend school. Mrs. L. A. Stone, lola, visited Thursday with her dau^ter. Miss Lcona Stone and friends here. Members from here attended the practice, of the Rhythm Rolllckcrs at the home of Louis Kinman in Gas City Wednesday evening. P. Mi'Westlake has not been feeling so well the past few days. M!rs. Lula Flack is quite 111 at her home, with Influenza. Tliere will be an old time gospel revival meeting at the.First Christian church here starting Mondav. January 16. It is requested that all the churches in the community cooperate In this meeting. It will be for the benefit of tlie entbre community. iR. D. Crouch, evangelist, will deliver old time gospel sermons which will be outstandingly interesting and profitable: to each and every one, every night. Bro. Fred Steele will direct the music arid anyone that has is^tnessed .Mr. Steele's work before will expect an interesting and enthifsiastlc meeting.' The meetings are to start at 7:30 o'clock each eveiling. Further announcements will be made regarding the program for each evening. The H. Y. club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jennie Hagar. KoU call was answered by all members wiji? varied responses. The timei was spent In visiting and sewing. 'Refreshments were served to th^ 'oliowjng members: M^. J<*h Waltbp, Mrs. Geo. Roe, Mrs. -Ezra Hutchinson, Mrs. Nelson Wallls, Mi's. B. C Glfford, Miss Etffle Stevenson,): Miss Josephine Weith, Mrs. Hagar, and a guMt, MSrs. Stella Green. An all day meetUig will be held January 25, at the hmne of Mrs. George Roe. The y.'M. club met at Uie home of Mrs. Frank Steveiisori Wednesday aftemooo. QullUng for the hostess was the work!of the afternoon. Refreshments were served to the followlngr; Mesdames Harry Lacy, Lowell 6aunitink, Lester Knepp. Lutle Ll'vlngstbn, Effle Pettit, Roy Brock,' dep. McDonald, Edith Johnson, Leona Morrison, Lewis Richardson, Verne Green, O. D. Hartley, Baker, and the hostess, Mrs. Stevenaon. Mr. and Mrs. Morrison, Bronson, were In LaHarpe on business Thursday afternoon. The cabinet of the Ladles' Aid of the M. B. church met. at the home of Mrs. Bert Johnson Tuesday afternoon and plans were niade for a Washington luncheon; to be held at the hoBte.of Mrs. WlUls Kerr. The following were present: Mrs. E. W. Dunkerton, Mrs. Prank Stevenson, Mrs. Loiwell Baumunk, Mrs. Roy Brock, Mrs. Maud {Barker, Mrs. Edna Barker, Mrs. Leona Morrison, Mrs. Gertie Barker, and Mre. Mabel MtsDonald. P. J. lane. Fort Scott was In town Thursday evening calling on business friends. I j TEtlS GENTLEMAN PREFERS BLONDEUi * I According to this picture, Joan jBlondell, the movie actre.ss, and her canr- eraman husband, George Barnes, are honejTnooriihg happily in Ncv York following their recent matrriage. There were two marriages, to Ife exact, for following a i ceremony (in Oregon they staged another in Arizona to be sure of Its legality. \ 'i' din- his SPRING VALLEY (Mre. B. r. Low) Jan. 11.—Miss Lucertia Fteher came home from Mr. Hamilton's south of lola Monday aftemooif. Mr. Hamilton brought her home. Frank Ross of Mildred took ner one day last week withi cousin, Fate Ross apd family. [ Fate Ross nelped Tom Ifisher butcher a beef last Saturday,! Mrs. George - Sisson came home last Saturday levening from Lawrence where she had been visithig her sister and helping care for her brother-hi-law who bad a stroke recently. I r Mr. Harrison Heaton and family Ijad friends visiting them fromKin- caid one day last week. Mrs. Maggie Woodcock and son- in-law are here visiting her brothers, L. A. and Bourbon Stafford and families. • Austin and John Fisher and families spent last Sunday with Tom Fisher and family. , Mike Hoggatt had the misfortune to throw his knee but of place Monday while at work which is very painful. He was In lola Tuesday having it treated. T6m Fisher, Charies WiillU and son Howard and Ray Low attetglcd the telephone! meeting In Bronson Tuesday evening from line five; Bereaved ones have our sympathy in the loss of their mother, Mrs. John Spawr, who passed away recently. They were our near neighbors many years ago In the time; of prairie Ili-ea and when ijeople uled to get lost on the pralrte dark rainy nighUs.' i Walter Stafford shredded corn fodder for Mike Hoggatt last Friday and for Joe Jackson Monday lafit. , John Hoffman has been helplpg care for his sister, Mrs. Hutton. who is very sick. ] Lloyd WilUts and family of Bronson spent Simday last at the parental "Wlllits home. [ The flu patients ate about all recovered. I Walter Gillasple is sawing lumber on the Gamlin fami. Mrs. T. M. Anderson who passed away asjndled in The Register was one of our neighbors in the early days. Mr. Anderson was a gotid country jblacksmlth In the old days when we had to go 18 miles to Hiimboldt to get our blacksmlthing rdohe. Itj sure saved lots of thne In the spring to go only a mile to tl^p shop. Tpelr children used to wal^ WHO IS JAMES BAUSCH ' 9 NAME THE HiGHEilrl _ AND LOWEST POlNTJi HOIVMUCH BLOOD DOES TIIE IN THE WESTERN HEAI ?r PUMP IN A LIFETIME ? HEMISPHEJJE > (Answers will be- ^ound on Pagepl two and a half miles to SUrtday school too. How many young p^- ple would walk that far to Suncfay school now? ' Mr. and Mrs. Alf Gillasple me quite poorly this winter on the Osage river. The McNess man of Mpran vjflnA calling in this vicinity this week..; Mr. and Mr?. Ben Low and were entertained at the Hanl«on Heaton home, after Sunday 8ch <Sol last Sunday; Miss Hamilton came home vi^h Miss Lucertia Fisher last Monday. They both called oiV Miss Blancli wants Tuesday evening. ^ Lawrence Schalck's father Ls stiiy- Ing with them at present. Urifele Jack Bailey, called on thein liist "Bhursday. Fate Ross, Harveif Alumbau|hjf • George Slssej^ had a hojt klUing time at Ed YouYig'a last Wednesdsiy. John tloffm.an helped W^tier GiU- ham butcher a beef Wednesday.; Soothes: tiw throat Frtah- ensthemoirth Monday Nig:ht, January 16 iVIEMORlAL HALL MANY FEATURE ACTS INCLUDING FIDDLER'S \ CONTEST—MUSIC—DANCING Ask Your Merchants for Free Tickets'Saturday. UNDER AUSPICES OF VEfEBANS OF FORElisN WARS > Prof... Albert Einstein Is shown' here with Mrs. Einstein as he arrived in Los Angeles harbor for a visit to the United States: He vi,-ill confer with California scientists, especially Dr. Robert A. MlUlkan, on new theories evolved since his last visit. Einstein laughed oS efiorts of a patriotic women's society to bar him as.a Communist. LIQUID—TAraLETS'SALVB Ofa«ciu CaUs ant day, ^adacAes or HciinUfl* to 39 nljnates, I^ria 666 8ALVE for^^ad CoUs Most Speedy Remotes Knovirn WE CAUTION -iagainBt lavLsh spending; A farni'Iy should never buy beyond their ability to pay. A proper service at price moderation in alway.s our suggestion. Funeral, Service W A U G H Ambulance Service Phone 36 ©

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