Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 13, 1933 · Page 3
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N1 1 rt TOLA. KANSAS Mrs. Ellen Jackson left Tuesday for her home in Tulsa after 9, ten- day visit wiih her sister, Mrs. T. W. Waite and h'pr famUy. \ Richard Howey returned Thursday morning i to his home in Kansas City after a few days' visit with Mr. , and Mrs, Edgar B. Smith. -^Phone 410, Cory's Taxi, Day or Night, for prompt delivery or taxi service. Mrs. Harlan Taylor is confined to her home by Illness. , Mr. and Mrs, T. W. Waite have as their guest for the week-end »Mrs. Anna' B. Boss of Kansas City, who arrived Wednesday evening. ^ ..Dance'• Dance!^ Dance! M. W. A. HALL Saturday, Janipi7 14 ' Music tby Rhythm RolUckers Admission, 50c Paul Carver, who has been the ; guest *of Mrs. S. Trask and her family, left Tuesday for his "home In Frankfort. ; Mr.j and Mrs. Oscar ' Wiggington and their son Roland Lee, and Mrs. rJ. L. Wilson' will arrive Saturday •from Topeka to be week-end guests • Of Mi^. Wilson's daughter, Mrs. Zel- by Ts(ylor, and Mr. Taylor. —Studio Couches. Elay Beds. Mattresses of standard makes, at new low prices. Curtis Furniture, 10 N. -Washington. ' Mr. and Mrs. ,D. L. SpiUman returned Wednesd.iy from a five-week Visit with Mrs. Spillman's uncle, and BUht, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Owen, in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wright were in Moran last evening on, basiness. While there they visited Mrs. Wright's mother, Mrs. S. E. Perkins. Talk About Gifts! 26^pc. Tudor Communitv Sllveru-are and 6 Tudor Salad Plates to match- —S15.75— Mr; and Mrs. C. A. Hubbard went to Manhattan today on business. Mr. and Mrs." Truman Thompson of Independence were guests Thursday of Mrs. Thompson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Riley, who live southeast of town, and of Mr. Thompson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thompson. . —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149.. George Donald has accepted a position with the Curtis \ Furniture store |gid began fals work there Wednesday morning. Mr. Donald Is a brother of Mrs.B. W. Curtis. Dana McGinnis, who has been a guest of his parents, Mr. and MJs. W. R. McGinnis the past I few days, returned today to his home in Enid, Okla, THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 18^1933. Meet Me at Meek's POLLY ANN CAFE Where you may depend! upon a GOOD DINNER —25c and 35c—i .SH.\N7fON & SH.\NVON Hardware—Paints—China :Phane 2 9 C. T. Qulntard arrived Thursday from Crawford, Neb., for an extended visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Qulntard. Mrs. H. L. Martin of Neosho Falls ^^•as a guest Thursday of her daughter, Mrs. Helmer Shcline and her family. —Cost estimates given in advance. Waugh Funeral Home. Mrs. E. G. Meek and her daughter Miss Nadine went to St. Joseph today to spend a few daj-s with Mrs. Meek's sister, Mrs. A. G. Meek and her family. Miss May Frederickson, cashier of the local Southwestern B^ll Telephone company office, is • confined to her home by illness. . NOW ONLY 539.95!: See the New 1933 Faultless Electric Washer! 2 RoII-a-Tabs FREE for the month of January. They are. selling- fast—get yours today! Easy Terms—Free Delivery W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 Joseph Campbell, who resides near _,'^ronson; visited Tuesday afternoon with his. sister. Mrs. C. M. Womack and her family. Mr.'and lilrs. A. L. Spencer will .spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brandon,: who Uve north 6f Cha- nule, i , - ; —Moved! iOUr office is now locat- fd af rpar of lola State Bank.—lola i Land Co.: • Mrs. E^ Downer left Tuesday forj ; Joplln. Mb., called by the illness of her father. J. A. Merrill. Thomas'Waite Jr., who has been confined to \ his bed by illness the paist three weeks. Ls somewhat improved, his mother, Mrs. T. W. Waite .said today. ; ;:i Mr and Mrs. A. E. Gibson will ;:: have as their guest for the week::! end Hugh Scott, a photogi^pher of Independence; who will arrive Saturday evening. Walter Trombold of Chanute 'visited Wednesday evening with , his mother, Mrs. George J. Trombold and her family. MODERN GARAGE Completely Equipped General Repair Oiling and Greasing Car Washing General Tires and Repair MlssiAldola Toedman is quite 111 with qiilnsj'. The condition of Mrs. H. J.. Dean who suffered a paralytic stroke Sunday morning, remains about the same. —Phone 72 for Ambulance service. Sleeper Mortuary. Mrs. Mariah-Graham, who has been-ill for several weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Eva Thompson, is reported not so well today. Mr. and Mrs. J. C.^ Inman - are entertaining their niece Miss Orsa Kaster of Pleasanton. "FRANTt SEZ": Keep the New Year going : smoothly by using MobUgas : and MobiloH in yoiu- car. —Service That Satisfies— : Frank Lawyer's Service Station ' Blacksmithing. Welding, Machine and Woodwot* 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 .: Peter Setter of Westphalia under- wenti a minor operation today at St. John's hospital. Drl J. L. Parkhurst was able to return to his office this afternoon after being confined to his home by illness the past few days. —New and used Radios. $13.50 up. Henninger's Furniture Store. Roger Reynolds will return tomorrow from Rochester, Minn., where he underwent an operation about two weeks ago at a Mayo hospital. He will be met in Kansas City by his parents, Mr; and Mrs. E. S. Reynolds who will bring him here. PAGE THREfi NATION'S CAPITOL MOURNS COOLIDGE DEATH Sunday School ...Lesson... JESUS AT WORK The IhtemationsI Uniform Sunday School Lesson for January 15. Text: Mark 1:21-35. A 30-'day period of mourning over jthe death of former President Cahin Coolidge has been proclaimed by President Hoover and all of the flags In Washington are at half mast. This striking view shows the flag at half staff above the Congressional Library with the capitol i.i the background. MOTORISTS FIGHT GAS TAXES SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Glen Jones of Uie Henninger Furniture store went to Vernon today on business. Vernon Duggan arrived last night from Kansas City for a week-end \islt with Mrs. Duggan. SELF SERVICE GROCERY Potatoes, No. 1 Idaho Rnsseib, in cloth bisg. nice-bakers, pit 2.'>c ir^lcry. large crisp Ntodu i.l2c Head Lettuce, nice solid heads, 2 for ...1;...,, ..15c Radiiihe*i Red Breakfatft, 3 for lOe I Carrot*, California, bunch.... «c I Tomatoes, fancy, solid, lb, 15c • Bawftuwisolld ripe, 5 Ib^ .., .2.'5c 1 AppI^ fancy DeuciouK, 4 lbs.. .25c Oranges, bulk Florida*, 10 lbs.'. .37c Sugar, fine granulated. 20 lbs.. .89c Preserj-es; 1-lb, Jars, 2 for ... .25c .Telly..' 4 -lb, iJars :..39c Hckles, Happyvale, sweet mxd. 10c I Mr.'and Mrs. Veriie Northrup and I their daughter Barbara left in their ' car this afternoon for Great:Bend 1 where ;they \iill be week-end guests ; of Mrs: Northrup's parents,.Mr. and : i Mrs. Prank Harmlson. ~ Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thormann visited Thursday afternoon with their jiiece, Miss Caroline Tliortnann, ^who is ill at:her home In LaHarpe. —Ask your grocer for the 5c loaf j of Delicious Bread, or the 10c loaf :of Enner-Jee Bread, made by the lola Bakery. Mr. and Mrs. W; S. Trask and their c^iildren Miss Marceta and BlUie, and A. F. Trask will, leave Saturday for a residence in "Frank, tort. Mr. Trask is a salesman for •the Nu^eni Mills of Kansas City^ in . jthe northwestern part of the state. -J Gordon Pendarvis went to "Topeka Ithis afternbon to spend the week' end with friends. FAjfRSIONT ICE CREA.\I 3nstai )tarie6usly j'our tongue detects Jhe, richness of flavor 'and .>-moothne.ss of te.xture thaUhave m a d b Fairmont's Ice Cream out^tandihg among desserts. Individual Molds for : Holiday Parties The house of representatives ad- journfid. Thursday afternoon ^ until Monday.; in order to give its leaders {line for the consideration of qom- jttittees .gnd other details of the or- gaiilJatien.i "This adjournment: afford^ the Revj J. Lee Relefc^ an _ opportunity to spend . Sunday at home add he will be in his ptilpit usual,; Mr, Releford has request- I 'ed to placed on the committees T 'S>n ways^arid means, educatloii. and i uWhJ welfare, but haS no assurance 5 yet to I what his assigianents ^iU be.' ;After his first week at,Topeka, MP. Releford reports his confidence thai the legislature will bfe abl6 to ^rk but a helpful and con­ structive-i>rogram, and-he jthlnks that personally he shall enjoy the york vecy raiich. NEOSHO VALLEY and UNION tC. L. Arnold) Jan., 12^UnIted Brethren Church, lola Circuit. L. A. Stone, pastor. Lilly—Sunday school at 10 a. m. Liberty—Sunday school at 10 a, m. Public worship 11. a. m. Salem—Sunday school at 10 a. m. C. E. at 7:30 p. m. Public service at 8:15 p. m. Communion service at this time. Welcome to this ser•vice. Recently Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller enjoyed a visit from Glen Deal and their grandchildren, who live at Morrisonville, 111. 'While here Mrs. Miller accompanied her grandchildren and Mr. Deal on a visit to Winfield, where they visited Will Miller. The Illinois visitors returned to their home early last week. Sunday callers at the A. O. Cornell home were: Mrs. M. Cunningham, Mrs. Harold 'White and Ben Foster,.Carlyle: Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Dugan and Mrs. Dugan's mother, Mrs. Bird, of Idaho; Mis. Willhelm and daughters. Vera , and Shirley Ann. Miss Helen Wilson and Mabel Taylor. Mrs. Eva Tawney and Murry and Mr. and Mi-s. Alfred Gasche will farm this year together, as we understand, on a 50-50 partnership production basis. All parties concerned will occupy Mrs. Tawney's home, the old Bale residence. Glen'iBalcom has renewed his rental for the Steele farm for another year, and Clayton Hicks will take over a- tenant's .possession of the Hutchinson 40-acre farm, March 1. Mrs. L. A- Stone has been with their daughter. Miss Leona, who is fighting an attack of: flu. that at present Is an impediment to her work as teacher in the LaHarJ^e high s<^hool. •) (Continued Tomorrow) I • • I I • \ • Motorists are organizing throughout the. country in a flght against steadily-mounting state gasoline taxes. Here you spe Catherine Gibson of Cincinnati with a plate to be distributed nationally to motorists to enable them to make their protests visible. FREE TICKETS U> the big Show at the Memorial hall, Monday night, January 16, will be given to our customers SATURDAY at the R. C. McKINNEY FEED STORE Opp. P. O.—Phone 389 Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mosher and their daughter Miss Dorothy spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Freeman In Parsons. Mrs. J. H. Powell, who has been ill with influenza the past two weeks Is now able to be out of bed and about the house. MONT McKINNEY GROCERY and IVIARKET Heavy Beef—QnaUty Good Beef Roast, per lb 8c Beef Boll, per lb 6c Beef Steak. 2 lbs ...25c Babv Beef—All Cuts. Fair Prices, Good Quality. Hearts, per lb. .5c Fresh Brains, per lb. .10c Calf Tongues, per lb lOc . Back Bones, per lb 5c Spare Ribs, 2 lbs 15c Pig Knuckles, per lb 6c Fresh Pig Feet, per lb 5c Peanut Butter 3 lbs. 23c HelnZ; Catsup, large size 20c Heinz Vinegar, qt. size 20c Heinz Vinegar, small size... 10c Bliss Coffee, vacuum packed, per poimd 25c Sweet Milk, per qt ;. Sc Macaroni or Spaghetti, pkg... 5c Big Four Soap Flakes, 5-lb. package 30c Fresh Vegetables and Fntit FREE DELIVERY 110 S. Washington Phone 173 From the Yates Center News: A group of j-oung ladles from the lola Baptist Temple, under the leadership of Miss Viola Lewman, came to Yates' Center Monday evening and met at the Baptist parsonage with some of our'Baptist girls and gave a demonstration of active World 'Wide Guild work. The program was excellent and Inspirational. They brought along a display of their 'White Cross work and twro lovely scrap books, which was only a small portion of what these young ladles are accomplishing in the forwarding of both the Home and Foreign Missionary movement. The group of lola young ladies were: Mrs. Harry Brown, Mrs. John Bradshaw, Mrs. Colleen Call, Mrs. Ravla Old, XBsses Kathrjm Rowden. Prances, Fee, Ruth Bugg, Florence Lewman, Juanita Taylor, Viola Lewman. Former lolan Honored. From a 'Fresno, Calif., newspaper: Entrj- of Gladj-s Ellis of 1251 Arthur Avenue as the Fresno Kiwanis Club candidate for queen of; the Yoscmite Winter Sports Carnival was announced today by Mrs. W. O. BajTnlUcr, chairman of the queen committee. The organization whose candidate wins the title of Winter Sports queen will gain possession for a year of the Mutual silver trophy presented by Felix Locher. which has been won successively bj- the Fresno Exchange Club and the Fresno State College. Mrs.-Ellis, who is well known in musical circles here, took a leading part In the PYesno Community Chest Pace The Facts operetta. She gained her experience In Winter sports in the East, having come to Fresno from Valparaiso. Indiana. She formerly lived in lola, Kansas. N. E. HUMBOLDT (Mrs. J. W. Brothers.) Mrs. Ellis Is a daughter of H. C. Hertweck who was agent for a life Insiu^ce company in lola prior to 1918. Mrs. Ellis attended grade school in lola up until that time. Have you a house for rent? Or I for sale? Want to buy anything? Use the Classified.columns! AS INSULL WON EXTRADITION FIGHT PRAIRIE CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Garret Tasche and Jan. 10.—Mrs. Belle Adams . and | Helen May and Marjorie Russel had supper at the Jbe Kaufman home In Humboldt. Mrs. Garret Tasche spent Monday and Tuesday In Chanute helping care for Mrs. O. P. Harmon. Mrs. John Russel an^ children sijent Saturday in Chanute; at the J. P. Ru.sscll home. Mildred returned ihomc with her aftci* spending two weeks with her grandparents. Mr. Goodman and Elvis, Bill, Mary and Charley C^wan and Clarence Woods were Sunday afternoon callers at the Geo. Cowan home. Mrs. Russel and children called at Garret Tasche s Sunday afternoon. Mi*, and Mrs. Fred Moore and JMiss Marie were Thursday evening callers at the JYank Slevers home. OliTC Tasche spent Saturday night with her grandmother, Mrs. More- Ian. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Morelan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted r Morelan and sons were Sunday;dinner guests at the Charles Morelan home. Mfs. M. E. Bamett, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Barnett and children spent Sunday at Loj-d Hawkins'. They all motored to Ralph Bamett in tlie evening and enjoyed an oyster supper. I I Mrs. Edd Ronsick spent Friday jwith Mrs. Wm. Feency. Mrs. Wm. Feeney and Charlotte Ann spent Saturday night with her si.ster, Mrs. Dan Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. John Ellison and children called at the Wm. Feeney ; home Sunday evening. Lonnle spent Sunday . with Mrs. Mary Peak. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hume i called on Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Griffith Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Sam Caldwell and Wanda visited with Mrs. Joe Kaufman and daughters Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Clara Duwe visited Mrs. Belle Adams, Monday afternoon. D. A. Wcmmcr spent Sunday afternoon with Revere Griffith. Mr. and Mrs. Phllo Lyons and Mrs. Will Brothers visited Friday evening at the Joe Kaufman home. Betty Louise Lovely spent Sunday with Corinne Griffith. Mr. aud Mrs. Martin Igel and Elna spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Karl Gerken, Richard and Mrs. Clar^ Duwe. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wemmcr spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Lester Roberts and Mr. Roberts. IWr. and Mrs. Frank McFarren Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Norman White visited Mrs. Belle Adams and Lon­ nle Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Renner and family of Independence, spent Sunday with J. S.: Brothers and Mi-s. J. B.- McClellan and family. First Building in America. After ,his first landing on tlie Bahama Islands In October, 1492, Columbus sailed south and discovered Cuba and Haiti. On <3hrist- mas day the Santa Maria wras wrecked off the northern coast of Haiti. The wreckage -was pulled ashore a^d from it a sinall fort -was Constructed and supplied in which 39 inen were left when Colitobus returned to Spain. This wa$ the building erected in America by white men. BY WM. E. GILROY, D. D. Editor of Th^ Congregationalist. •What would we think today if in a community of well established churcheSi with priests and official officers holding responsible positions, and many of them trained for their task, someone In the community, outside of this official,group and on his own respcmsibility, should sudjdenly come "forth as a teacher of riellgipn, speaking entirely in his own way, anq without much regard for,; the constituted authorities or ordinary and conventional stand* ards? We should think it; somewhat strange, and we should probably meet the newcomer with at least an attitude of questioning. If he seemed to have some specific truth to offer, if there was something in bid personality or methods that impressed us with his sincerity and hb earnest and ;imself}sh, character. Wt should probably listen to him with open minds and make some response to his teaching. Such a thing would not, of course, be altogether out of place In a modern American cfflnmunlty where we have developed a freedom and variety of religious expressk>n prob^ ably never befbrp known in the hisf tory of the Ti -orld. But It was not alwaj's so. It was no wonder that when Jesus' neighlxtfs in Galilee heard his words, spoken with simple assurance, they marveled and said, "is hot this the carpenter?" It is noteworthy, of course, that Jesus chose' the official places of. religion to give his teaching, and the free practice of the synagogue made this possible Jesus was: not an image breaker, destrojringi the religion and the institutions of the times. He stiites very definitely that he had not come to defstroy but to fulfill. The interesting thing was that whereas the scribes, who w^ere the official rei^esentatives of religion, might have been thought of as those wielding authority, the record is that Jesus "taught the peo- NSWERS J A.MES BAUSCH has been voted the outstanding U S. attileCd He shattered the Olympic rfe- cathlftn record this year. M*T. ACONCAQUA Is the highest arid DEATH VALLEY the ' loweVt point in the WESTER.V I^E.^f^- SPHBRE. The HEART pumps nearly 35,000,000 GALLONS «f blood during the average lifetime. lilies of the field, from land, j^hd sea, and sky, and from dally occupations and quests—the fisherman, the merchant seeking goodly pearls, the housewife sweeping her house and himtingifor the sUrar thatjSho had lost, and a hundred and one other Incidents close to the 4Wes and experiences of the people. /: His power and influence were manifest in physical transformations, such as tmve usually acc6hi- panied remarkable sphrltual manifestations—the healing of the si <:k. the strengthening and blessings of the weak. And all this only helped to emphasize Ithe strange powef ;of this man who bad risen among men. As tbey marveled at his teaching, they marveledi no less at his v^n- derful works. \ pie as one having authority and not as the scribes." It was a dramatic moment in the life of Samuel Insull, right, fugitive former hejad of vast American utilities interests, as he sat in the Court of Appeals Ih Athens, Greece, during the hearing of an appUcaUon for his extradiUon. 'When the court decided in Insull's favor, denying the application and giving him the right to remain in Greece, the fugitive wept for joy. I SUNNYSIDE (Mrs. Fern Irwin) Jan. 12.—There will be a basket i dinner Sunday at the Northcott I church to which all arc invited. : Sunday school and services as iisual, ; then dinner at noon and baptismal i services probably at LeRoy afterward. Rev. Hopkins preached last night to a large crowd on the subject, "The Book of Books, iTruer Through the Ages." The subject tonight wUl be "The Light of the World." Friday night, "The Three Answers Seemingly to the Same Questiph." Saturday night "Cords and Discords." \ Arthur Miller delivered wood to Colony Thursday. Rev. Hopkins and his ?higer took dinner at Charley Fox's Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. .Arthur Miller have been entertaining his brother, also his sister ahd family from Leavenworth the past few daysj. All have been enjojrlng the lovely weather, and find it a good time to get lots of work done. W. H. Pox has been plowing the last few days. The school cihlldren took their 'bi-monthly examinations last Thursday and Friday. ' BAYARD Jan. 12.—Mrs. Ernest Baker Spent Tuesday afternoon of last week with Mrs. .Dennis Isaac and Mrs. Han^y. The sympathy of their many friends is extended to Mr. and Mrs: Willis Sutton and family cff El- Dorado, and to the grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hari'ey of Gas in the loss of their little gh:l. Lois Ellen Sutton. The funeral was conducted by Rev. Laie at Fsilr- vlew Thursday afternoon. . | Mrs. Howard Hardy became q^tc lU Friday afternoon and , suffered from flu for several days. Mrs. Trimble, Mrs. Dennis Isaac I and Bemlce were Saturday Afternoon visitors at Howard Hardy's. Mrs. Ernest Baker took Mrs. Anna Hardy and Mrs. Dennis Isaac to spend Friday afternoon with Mrs. Will Frame. Mss Olan Meek had flu several days and Miss Wilma Brown, Mildred, substituted for her Friday at Center Valley. ^L L. Shetlar, Moran. spent sev- I eral days last week at the home of bis son, John Shetlar and family. Mildred Dunlap, who is visiting at Carlyle, was home Saturday and until Sunday afternoon when she returned to Carlyle. Sidney Clark of Kansas City spent Saturday at Dimlap's. O. J. Dunlap and family were Sunday afternoon callers at the MUlard Heath home. Mrs. Heath is better. . : Velma Gillham spent Sunday at home, and returned to Heath's Sunday evening. Mrs. Anna Hardy spent several daj-B at the home of her son, Howard Hardy and family. S. C. Frame entered St. John's hospital Tuesday momllig where he underwent an operation for hernia. He Is improving at present. Several from here attended quarterly conference at Mildred Tuesday evening. It is the request of both Mildred and Kincald that Rev. Lane be returned for another year's work as our pastor. J. D. Boyer. Uniontown, visited at the home of his son, E. E. Boyer and family this week, and attended the Uniontown-MUdred basketbaU game. J. W. Barley made a business trip to Grandview. Mo.. Tuesday. Quite a crowd attended the basketball game Tuesday evening at Mildred between boys' and girls' teams of Mildred and Uniontown. Mildred girls lost and boys won. "Hie game was close and great Interest shown. To them the important thing was the letter of the law and the tradition that had groiwn up around whatever,they had to say. But Jesus, brought his message in the realm of elemental truth. ,. • When he would teach the people concerning the fatherhood of God; he met them' on the ground of human fatherhood, and poii*ed out to them that if there was any good thing in themselves they could be siu% that it wras in God only to a greater and supreme degree. So it was that he brought such matters as mercy and forgiveness right into the realm o!r human thought and human relationships. In his vei^ illustrations he met the people upon their own ground. He chose hiS |Qbject lessons from the SKYilOCKET Jan. 9.—H. "t. Ashford ate Suiiday dinner at Tom Zimmerman's. / * Irving Baptist did some thrfesh- ing for Harve Ludliun Monday.^ Mr., and Mrs. Frtd Daniels; were bu^ess visitors in lola Saturday. Tom Zimmerman spent Tue^ay and Wednesday of last week in |Cansas: City visiting his sister, ^rs. Harry Blauw. • Lew Biglow wras calUiat on;the side at John Zimmerman's Modday moiblng. cl L. Alderman attended the-funeral of Mrs. Tom Anderson in iilo- ran! Simday aftenioon. Mrs. Anderson | was 'an old resident of' Ibis comhnmlty but for the past several years has been making her home in California. ' : Harold Krokstrom is helping Glen Bradford husk com. A small ad in the Classified col- umnsl often puts over a big dekl. i GOOD AUTOMQBILE GASOLINE 6 JL^ PER GALLON 4 C in 100 gal. lots. Plus Tax Required VINE OIL & GAS state and, Lincoln Sts. '^ola Wholesale and Retail for Cash Have you a house for rent? Or for sale? Want to buy anj-thlng* U .-se the Classified columns! SAVES SCHOOL TIME Two-thirds fewer school days lost due to colds—in testa of Vic]a..Colds-Gontrol Plan. You bave Vicks VapORub for treating colds. 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