Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 2, 1933 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT SHOCKER HOPES LIE IN ONE WIN OVER TEACHERS If They Do, It Will Be One Of Cage Game's Biggest Upsets By Charles A. Grumlch (Associated Press.Sports Writer.) Gone Johnson's Wichitc, university basketball players have a single am- tltion—to beat the Pittsburg teachers when they play their second game of the season- on February 18 at Wichita—and if thei -Shockers come through successfully the shock on all sides likely will be as great as the one experienced when Bennle Owen's Oklahoma Sooners of 1910 last to Missouri at CJolumbla, 20 to 50, and came back the next night; r In a 29-28 victory over the Tigers. The Gorillas s\i-amped Wichita under a 52-22 score at Pittsburg not long ago. [The hot Wichita offensive that beat Washburn by fil-30, Fort Hays Stale by 60-43 and C. of Ei 51-39 was thoroughly cooled by the Gorilla defenders. 'The statistic^ of the two teams clearly .show the difference between them. The economy of the situa-' tion is that Wichita plays aU of J while Johrj Lance's cagers go ' in for defense along with what seems to be an unbeatable scoring dep.artment. In five Central confer-once pames. Widhltia scored an aver-! age of 47.8 points per game and al-| lowed the opoositlon an average score of. 41.2: in four exhibition victories Wichita established a greatei] gap. scoring 44.75 to 26.75 for the I R . curley, g _f)ther side. Pittsburg's average peij Boyer. g ' • (rame in four conference contests is 45.5 for and 28 against. Outside the Totnls conference, the Gorillas accounted Kincald for an average of 36 points in five M . Booher, paines and held the opponents tolw McCaslln f 23.80. THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. THUBSrJAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2, 1988. EATOC DISCARDS MOULDED LINES FOK &IADAME. Paris, Feb. 2 (AP)—A new and untrammeled silhouette, design-, ed to Itove the modem woman "free In her clothes" was displayed by Patou In his gala show last night. The designer, who recently launched a wa!r on the high waist line, showed a silhouette with a semi -lQW waist line just above the hip bones, easily fitting bodices, and skirts that discarded moulded lines. His hats with crowns sometimes four inches high In back and lower in front, shattered the old degree of low crowns. Flat wools, linens, silk crepes, bright plaid, and striped taffetas were widely used for blouses and scarves. MILDRED WINS ALL Kincaid Defeated iM Each of Three Games at Mildred, Mildred. Feb/ 1.—Mildred .school trams won three games, from Kln- cnid teams here i last night. The first team was victorious over tho Kincaid firsts by 46-19, the second sQuad won over the visiting second.s bv .29-12, and the Junior high five turned back^- the Kincaid third team 28-8. R. Curley. guard, led the Mildred regulars to victoi-y by .scoring 14 points. Sinclair tallied 13. R. Sinclair and J. Shetler scored high for the Mildred seconds, and M. Shetler topped the scorers in the third team game. The first team box score: Mildred R. Sinclair, f E. Hueston, f Jeffries, f N. Hueston, c C. Curley, g f. A reunion of former Bethany col- 3 Nichols, f. FO FT F .5 3 3 2 1 0 .1 0 0 .2 . 2 2 2 0 3 .7 0 3 .1 0 1 20 6 12 FG FT F .2 0 2 .3 1 1 .0 0 0 .0 0 0 .1 4 2 .1 0 1 .0 0 1 .7 5 7 r.t i^Hutchln.son tonight when theioowen, g. T?,T!0.s and the Tulsa Oilers play a, iVT'^sourl Valley A. A. U. game. Carl rnd Herbert Larson, who used to rinv for Cash Carlson, are on the Tiiifip raster. Abe Toews and Wil^ ^ liam Vanek are with the Oilers "nie ; Doctors Say Corlls-s Palmer Better average height of the quprtet is 6.3: Totals 7 GEORGIA BEAUTY RECOVERING Rrindom Shots — Dr. Garfield V.'f^dp's Pittsburg teachers have a trifi 'tive dual engagement with Rr.'ticr rni 'Ti ^ltv track.sters about .-'.pri; 1 nt Pittsburg. Adolph Diet -J <iorXcr for the Hutchinson A^ AL f, tenn who wn.s known as "Too Tal''* nipt7Pl fit Texas Christian, .ho'fl.-; 'h" So' conference sfor- •r.i' rrc^rri n» 101 nolnts for one r^e&i i.c.'.-y u-ork TI 'c wntipmen of Cen- After Shock. San Francisco, Feb. 2 (AP)— Physicians said today Corliss Palmer, former screen actress and estranged wife of Eugene V. Brewster, one time millionaire publisher, had practically recovered from what they termed alcoholism and nervous shock. ' The, former Georgia girl, whose marriage to Brewster followed her , success in a beauty contest he con- Icnorv- rnMofo nt Shreveport. La:,; (jycted 10 years apo, wa.s taken to a •vhn Sir" h'.'.V 'l fnr n pRme with ,the :ho .«pllal from n hotel Tuesday night- ^Vf^ls'.t-' Tlfnn-^ in tbf South Friday I Meanwhile Dr. J.'C. Geiger. San r.!':!il "Vf'iricrs the ^f.^'' for a reply to a telegram he sent to Albert Cohen. Hollywood scenarjo WTlter. notifying him Miss Palmer wanted him to come to her. Dr. Geiger .said he sent the telegram to Cohen at Miss Palmer's request. He quoted: her, as declaring: "I never can love anyone else again." The former actress told authorities .she came to San Francisco a week ago after a fight with a "Miss roJi-iriers i^i the Sf 1.1 Francisco director 01* health, waited A. hn;:kPtbMT race. .<|haring th? - (;.r v.-lfi Tot!l?Hna notmil. each V."v'r.^ f"'ir vlrtorlcs Rnd_PO rtpfpnts ir l.h-r cnrfornncn.. .Cot) tcr .Matth-- ofs :T thf Grrits' hnts}-ot • forward ,. .Nr+rr'.'ka hn.s bc?om; a threat In thf" Bic Six bn.sketbal^ title chase .ani ^hog AUrn rates the Husker quintet as one of the mDst dangerous after early reversals.. .Chnrley Bln-^k's Nebro.ska capers lost all tlicir: early 'exhibition games and ! Sorrell" caused by Jealousy over Cothen stayed on lt)p of the Big Six,hen, She said she wanted "to go st-ndlne' until late in the season ; Away somewhere—to a health farm when' won the title. to recpnstruct my life—even If Al ? doesn't want me any more, he should G^ne Keipper. the Emporia sportii .do that for me." rditor-official. takes issie with the; Miss Palmer was 'named co-re- state high schjool athletip , spondent in a divorce suit brought affalnst Otrtien by Mrs. Estelle A. Cohen. THINGS HAPPEN OR DO NOT AND BABE LIKES IT Slugger jRemembers Most Thrilling Experiences On the Diamonds (ByAlanGouU.) New York. Feb. 2. fAP)—It Isn't because he has read much of Rudyard Kipling's poeds that Babe Ruth has seldom stopped to consider the work be has done. The slugger whose "exploits take up page after page of baseball's record books does not go In much for self-analysis or retrospection. Things happen to or for or j against the Babe. He doesn^t fu^ about the reasons' or live on reminiscences. Consequently It wak something like prying candy away from a small boy to get him to concentrate on an examination of ^Is big league record and list as his most thrilling diamond experiences: 1. The 2-1 victory he pitched tor the Red Sox over Brdoklyn In the 1916 world series, holding the Dodgers scoreless after the first inning and beating Bherrod Smith In A 14-lnnlng battle, Ipngest game ever played In the championship round. 1| Catch Ends Game. 2. The one-band nknning catch he made off Prankle ?rlsch for the last out In the fourth and last game of the 1928 world series, abruptly ending a desperate rally by the St. Louis Cardinals in their home park. 3. The dramatic home run he hit off Charley Root in the third game of the .1932 world sericss at Chicago, a tremendous clout over the centerfield barrier, bis second oif; the game and a blow that knocked Root out of the box besides knocking the last, lingering resistance out ot the Cubs. At the time It did not occur to Ruth that he had, off-hand, named three events that promptly emphasized his amazing versatility, first as a great southpaw ipltcher. later as a brilliant defensive outfielder and, lastly, as the most destructive batsman in the.hlstorjf of the game. Most of his pitching equipment, the Babe recalls, consfcted of a fast ball, a faster one and pretty gctod control. But for that matter, he asks, what else did wialter Johnson have In his prime? Orl Lefty Grove? As Last Resdrt, "They don't "try to do much with a curve imtil thev f »iPl •^^''Tiselves slipping," comments the Babe. Ruth has hit .home [runs in every big league ball park, during the regular season or in exhibitions, more than 600 altogether, but he got his biggest thrill out of the one he walloped off Root! last October, with two strikes cn h m. the crnwd and the Cubs "riding" him and the score tied. Much has been written about the drama of the situation and most of it Is true. As to hLs pcr.sonal. account of the prelude to It, the Babe says: "Oh, we were Just cusslh' each other back and forth, then I took a toe-hold and caught one." NEWEST TWO-HORSEI^QWER FRE3ETOIEELING MODEL lOLA. KANSAS ilrllHli iill III li Vn III • You can't raise gasoline in your own fields, but you can raise hay, and an old flivver can be made to run on hay. All you need is a simple attachment of two horsci. Hans C. Hansen bf Audubon, la., proved that when he hitched his team, well-fed on crops he can't sell, to t:ie old 'buggy" and snapped the switch. WIDOW WHO KILLED 3 GOES TO PEN .Si PUBLISHER OF POST IS DEAD 'Contlntied From Page One) Ok!a. He also platted the town of iO'iclahoma City, Hemphill County, I Texas. j Hs returned to Kansas City after- 'accumulating a fortune 'In real estate and became associated' In a lottery company. On March ^l,' 1 1895. he dispcsed of his lottery in- itorestf, after the federal govern- i I men: h.-id .prosecuted the company. In the .';ummer of 1892 Eonfils _ ; rsrr.'^ to Donver nnd mot the late ' JKarr.- H. Tflmmnn who had rLson ^ ; froni tl?e pc^t of bartcr.dpr at the i piorccr, Wind.sor hotel tokpublisher 1 of the Great Divide, a weekly news- j paper p.nd proprietor of ' a curio | ibiLsincss. i , T:!i-ii?-:;'n nnd Bor .ai .s piirch.°,sei \ : the Denver Pest, a small daily' I o^.-.ned by the Into ' Charles J. lHi:?!i('f:. nfrerv.T.rd United States I Ker.r.'.or f.-om Colorado, for $12..500 • , Colored Team on Short End I rash 0!i October ?C. 1892. They in-! " " troduoerl in the v.-e>;t n new form of j loj'rnr.Msni e.n-'. attacked 'wlthotlt j any question that presented it- Prince Rides Again! /iOOD cheer, old pot o' tea! The ^ Prince, 'is Hoyal 'ishness, 'as .rikfU up'unting again. And .V 10,000 photOKraphera will go . 'k to work, and 10,000 cameras i.I click nK'rri!%-. in olde EnBladd •vi Edward resumes hia role of ciinmplon faller-oK-of horses. The Prince quit falling olt of hoises two years ago, curing himself of the habit by the simple expedient of not getting on any. Following the illQess of his father, .Edward sold bis.buDiers, leased his (hunting box at Melton and set out to Khoot big game In East Africa. : • • • Okay to Take Chance Now ^ 'T'HE British niagazlue, Brlttania and Eve, offers an explanation, for the Prince's absence from thei sport. We quote: "The shrewd men who advise the Prince look at it this way: 'While it seemed as If the throne might leQuIre him tomorrow—no hunting. Eight or nine people every year are killed in the hunting fiald. more .i;et crippled and scores break bones. But with the King as well as he ever was-*-why, some hunting again does no harm and can do much good." It seems that the Prince's appearance at the hunt does much to invigorate the sport. If the Prince luinis,; so do .fll the fashionable younpr crowd. Brlttania and :lve is careful to point out that the snobs, no inconsiderable element In foxhunting, follow the Prince's leads rather religiously, strike my eyebrows pink! If tl'.e Prince does not a-huntlng Ro, the- snobs go back to their tidiilci... . ..lies, checV;T'r.s, bila;;e, dominoes (dormant or fiiilloilru-j, or what for today, my dear iji;Ui. bridge? ; Important Poundage ; INURING six monthf. of the ythr. • the sport serves an iinpnrl>uR functUn in Britain. Tliere ;ire IsO packs of hounds In Eii^Ii.iul imd Wales and 10 In Scotlr-,f.l. iwhcn.tliu packs are hunting the coin of ;tlie realm circulates freely In thp;-;.o- live regions. And a nclghhorlwfod usually suffers hard times wiieu the hounds are idle. In a time of depression such^ao- celeralion to spending as provided by the sport Is a sreat hely. Fo.\-IiuntIng spells the tlrculatlon of iuore than 20,00u,u00 povfndd in agricultural dl.strlct.i during slack tlmoB,! what with hoi:t ;i -s. honnds, wages, rents, food, eiittr- talnmcnt and all that goes with the pastime. All EngliBh fox-hunter is: na piker. He may get by for'th.) season on a 2 4 0-pound expe'nili- Uire. but that'sort ot blighter lii.i to know Ilia way around and plcl: his hunt rather carefully. Many of the wealthier Britons spend 10.000 pounds on a season of thu sport. • ' • 'i4 A mansion, called a hunting •box, f can be rented for 2400 poiriids. 1 The big shot really sliould hav.> about 20 horses, nt'4S0 poiiii'.-; apiece. Suppose the hunter i 240 pounds for his hunt subsorii'- tlou, and, feeling his oats, put? iiii a couple of thousand pounds to take over tlie mastership of tl;o blodmlu' hunt Itself It all amounts up to a ct'uiilo of tons! c CIL\NUTE DOWNS WIZARDS of 15-11 Score. The lola colored Wizards dropped '^^•f *^ n^r^rv ,„„u,. .ho I a basketball contest to the Chanute br.trlcrl war. the enforcement ofi-the I court here last night. L. law agair^st the sale of lottery/tlck- Af-: Cnrreii !s -hov/n here, center, as site received a sentence ; pf <l f of from 1 to 14 years for drowning her three young children in a hotcl | From n clrcul.-ition of G.bOO dally, ii...Aiis. C^iveil, a widow, who had ioot her mearus ! the Prst within 18 months 'had nto a new.smper with a It w^s !.s securities and feared she could not supi^rt her ; iP'^P^d into a'aper , ,„ „, U'.iily c;rc-.i'ntior of 30.000. 3P. 'he co'.ln"':';!^ of utiUti children, pleaded guilty to manslaughter at Charleston, 111. The jucg expressed sympathy for her. With her are her mother-in-law, Mrs. Nona . 7ovpd to the principal street of the ''' fo"-, p-ri t >T> I-uniiew office was .so! ^- Johnson, g. •lackson, Chanute, and Papln, lola, led the scorers with six points each. ' The box score: Channte J. Jackson, f. . L. Jackson, f. association for exercising its option to ignore the 10-s»rond rule. Of th^ Topeka-Emporla high School gamje last week he says: "Like two boxers, each respecting |the other"^ , punch, those i two tJeams Jockeyed and peddled In backcourt>—waltlnt for a, place to attack. Perhaps one was afraid of the other and th|e I tem otber.>was glad of It. Anirway, they took few chances. When they struck they jvanted to make It coimt. "Tlie unlimited time In. backcourt pave ;them the opportunity to spar. " Should they have been forced to advance the ball beyond the center llh*. it would have meant that one . or the other would be attackliig throughout the 32 minutes. Aiid you (ian't put two fine aggresslye teams like that pair In an area 45 feet kiTJare and have anything btit a rousing issue. Give.jus the 10- Eecony rule for high schools, Mr. Athletic Association." _ GUy MURDER TRIAL OPENS Witnesses From Every jciass Snm- moned For Testimony. • - Long Beach, Calif., Feb. 2. (AP )-j- ' Witnijsses ranging In rank from an English Lord. to' a roustabout seaman -wefe summoned to<iay for the I opening of the. trial of William — James Guy. Welsh soldier of fortune charged with the ihurder of Captain Waiter Wanderwell, glolie / trotting adventurer. ; All;of today and tomorrow probably/will be taken In the selection of a :jury. Superior Judge Robert Kenrfey of Los Angeles will preside over the trial. Waiicl(?n\'cll was shot to death the night^ of last December 4 in the uii- liRht^d passageway to his cabin nboaj;d the yacht Carma on the eye of Its intended departure on an aroimd the world cruise. The Carma, qwjned by iWanderwell; was tied up at a local and aboard were-a strangely assorted crew ^f adventurers, including writers, walb- resses; lecturers and seamen. All had signed on as members of. tlie crow. Among the witnesses . stimmoned are Sirs. Aloha Wanderwell, trie Ts-ido^, and Lord "Edward Hontagu, second son of the Duke of Manchester, who was a member of tlie Carma's crew. Heat for Riley Hangar. Wa.shlngton. Feb. 2. (AP)—The war department today awarded a eontract to Prank Gage, Falrbtuy. Nebr., at $7,292 for a heating sys- In the hangar at Marshall Field, Fort Riley. Kansas, to be completed In ninety days. . BLACKS>UTII KILLS BANDIT , and Mrs. Jlra WUllams and family ; Buiiuay cvoiung. iJank Robber Siain by Oklahoman . Mr. and Mrs. George Remsberg As Uc Leaves Building and Charles and MiSs u.-cui.:..- i Baniliart visited Sunday :!T&".i -iv if. ouishcno anything else in •r *«ii..rv. j ' In Deeember. 1899. Tammen and Bonflls wer" .shot and wounded .ser• ious:y bv W. V/. Anderson, an attor- -• r-hn TT.-,T<; •r|"ri three tlnips but • cr-nvieleH. Tnmmen and'. Bon- Gpuicer, Okla., Fob. 2 (AP)—A 50-] with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford James.. ••~i-;n7" of y^'fr-d P.neker. known year-old village blacksmith, Jim 8., Mrs; Delmer Brower visited wiUi.ti-^n rs the "mnnenter" who had Doyle, .shot and killed one of four j Mrs. George Kettle Tuesday aft-i b^en nr-ested a year before when he temoon. ihiitUerl I '.is wiiv Ihroiiali .-jnow drifts Tire Prices Reduced. Akron. O., Feb. 2. (AP)—Firestone Tire & Rubber conipiny today announced a 5 per cent cut In specified grades of tires. Othei[ grades would be cut In "proper relaltlon," the announcement said. " Other companies said they were preparing to meet the • cut or "study It" before announcing policy. burglars as they emerged early today from the Spencer State bank. The others escaped as Doyle's shotgun jammed. Officers wetfe try! ing to identify the slain man, de! scribed as about 38 years old. I " Thtv burglars obtained only $20. which they took from a cash drawer, after knocking the combination from the safe and attempting to remove the door with blow-torches. Doyle, who lives next door to the bank, was awakened by the men prjing open the bank door. Unable to give an alarm because he had no telephone, he erected a boiler-steel barricade at his bedroom window No More Bills Soon. Topeka, Feb. 2. (AP)—The house agreed today to stt^ Introduction of bills, except committee measures, on February 15. Before the agreement becomes effective. It must be ratified by the senate. Old Bnffalo Hnnter Dies. Oklahoma City, Feb. 2. (AP)— Archie T. Keech, 82, an early day buffalo biinter, Is dead here. Biurlal will be Friday at Dodge City, Kas.. his former home. BRUSHING DP SPORTS - - - By Laufer MURRAY HITS AT OIL PROBE GoTCmor Charges Bribery In Pro­ ration Investigation, f:-ot" .ih" F,v.o'x bound minlncr carhp -f r .e'-.-" City. co'o.. nnd told of be^ '!•"- foreod 'o .siib'-.Vst on the flesh of >:i-. fol'ow prospectors. Oklahoma City, Feb. 2. (APi— Striking at sensational testimony In a state senate oil proration inquirj". Governor Miuray today. In a message to the senate, charged that a member of the investigation committee offered "a bribe" to an intended witness. ITO DrFENS?; OF DAWES LOAN R. F. r. - Woatd Prrsi (l"nt Pavs Failure Have Meant Disaster. rhicaRo. Feb. 2. <AP)—A vigorous of the fi«-million-dollar loan by the Recon.struction corporation to Chnrtes G. Df .we .s' Chicago bank Wa.shlngtoni g. Johnson, g; .. : Totals lola Crowder, f. ., Papln, f O. Sheppard, f ••.p .Kiand, c. '.. Fllppln, g. ... C. Sheppard, g. FG FT F 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 2 2 0 4 0 0 1 — 0 0 1 • * • • 7 1 a FQ FT p .... 0 0 1 .....2 2 3 • 0 1 2 .....0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 ...,.3 6 8 •I' I KANSAS BRIEFS i ! I (By the Associated Presi. ' ' Manhattan—While some fol,ks are wondering whether the groutid hog will see his shadow today, D?. Geo. E. Johnson,. Kansas-state zoologist, has a:n Idea the. little furry,'fellow won't let February 2 disturb his sleep any more than any other day. Even If the woodchuck should awaken. Dr. Johnson says he likely will do what many human sleepers do—tutn over and get some- more sleep. ; MARIAN NIXON ASKS DIVORCE Screen Star Charges Husband Drinks Too Much on Occasions. Los Angeles, Feb. 2. (AP)—Marian Nixon, screen actress, has filed suit for divorce against Edward Hillman Jr.; son of a Chicago merchant, obtaining a temporary order restraining HUlman from entering An affidavit attaclied to the mes- | W PS made before the senate banking '^^e couples Beveriy ffiUs home, sage, signed by N. F. Poor, hcuten- | .-^brommittee loday bv Charles A. i ^er complaint charges Hllhnan and waited for several hours before ! ant in the state mUltla, stated Sena- i Miller, president of the cpening fire. •• ; Correction. . I I Tlia. noonday meal served to men • workihsr on the welfare graveling project yesterday was prepared at j the United Brethren church instefjd j of the First. Methodist . church, as was aniiounccd j-estcrday. "Today tlie ladies; 'of the Christian church served; them. ' Spencer has something of a rei-. tation as a bank robber nemesis. Over a year ago a robber was fatally shot by vigilantes after he bad robbed the town's bank. Today's victim carried a new automatic pistol and wore brown trousers, a gray coat and a raincoat. Doyle did not know whether bis three companions escaped on foot or in a motor car. Less than an hour after the slay-' ing Doyle was handetl a reward check for S500 by Secretary Eugene P. Gum of the Oklahoma Bankers' association. corpora­ tor J. Woody Ertxon of Marietta had : tion. told Poor that "if you'll' cooperate | He .said in answer to Questions of I'm hi a position and will use my! Senator Brookhart C^.. Iowa): Influence In assisting you to get a state Jdb.' I resret I't h^^ to vote for it and share in that courageous and Senator Dixon, one of the j-oung3r brave action. It was one of the members of the upper house and j bravest things ever done In this a meaiber of the bitter antl-ad- mlnistratlon bloc, was the author of the original resoliitlon that paved the! Way for the sweeping in- nulry Into the labj-rinth of oil rum- countn-. If that loan had not been made the results would have been dLsa-strous to the nation." Brookhart said Insull .securities had been pnt up by the bank as collateral and that he was informed Signed by the go\-emor and Col .i 'he corpo.-atlon would lose 25 or 30: Cicero j I. Murray, the governor s ]'"'Jl'^'p dollars on the advance, cousin and generalissimo of the oil with using abtjslve language toward her and indulging excessively In intoxicants on occasions to the detriment of her work. It asserts on last Thanksgiving, be struck her. The actress asks no alimony, despite the fact her husband is reported to have a large Income from a trust fimd.. Hillman appeared to be shocked when told the divorce complaint had been filed. "I can't believe It!" he exclaimed. Miss Nixon ana\ Hillman were married in Chicago August 11, 1929. She was divorced from her'flrst hus- Coluinbus—A man Identified by Baxter Springs officers as Lo\iis Comyn, 27, Chicago, was killed yesterday when struck by a motor car. E, R. MorrU, Bm-Ungamo, Calll, the driver, said the man apparejuly threw himself In front of the machine. Morris was relea.sed after hi^ pee -^iint was verified by othei- wit-' neeses. Lawrence—Ernest Vanek, veteran guard on the University of Kansas basketball team, has been declared Inell^ble for competition during the second semester after reports . on the mld-ycar examinations; disclosed a deficient grade In i two- hour coiu^e. Although he woUld be • eligible to play In the Nejjraskaj. game, Friday night, since the first { semester does not close imtii Feb- \ ruary 9,: Dr. F. C. Allen, coac^, said Vanek would not make the ta-lp to Lincoln. : "THEATRE OF ITHE STARS" Matlni lOc-lSc 9 \ Nl?fit I ]l0c-25c ! "I don't know whether there will 1 Joe Benjamin, boxer. DEER CREEK Feb. 1.—The Happy Hour club met with Mrs. Ed James, Januarj' 24. The afternoon was spent in quilting. Members present were: Uhe Investigating committee. Mesdames Bowen, V/ynn, Shadwick. | Carter, Williams, Dunlap, Elmore. ] ]^ £J HU'VIBOI DT field nillltarv occupation% the exo- 1 ^e fny'," Miller replied, "but cutlye message demanded that th^ icertnlnly not such a staggering los» senate grant authority to permit the i ^^*?.*'" governor and Cicero Murray to A small ad In the Classified columns often Duts over a blK deal. name an attorney to represent them at all times during the sessions of' James and MI SK Gusta and Bertha .Tames. The next meeting Is to he j Jan. 31.— Jlr. and Mrs. Bill Ron- with Mrs. John Carter, "Februaiy ^sick .spent Tuesday afternoon at the 14. Each member Is to bring a val- Ed Ronsick home. > gntjpg Ml-, and Mrs. Walter Riddle vis- . Mr. "will Smith and Chalmer.s Hod Mr. and Mrs. Joo Kaufman and have been hauling lo^; to the saw : family Wednesday afternoon. ; mill in lola. the week. • \ -^r. and Mrs. Le.sfcr Roberts vis- Mr. and Mrs. Aaron McCoy were I "ed at the parental Wimmcr home shonninir In lola Friday. ,Friday. , .• lone McGee spent the week-end ! Harry Brown thre.shed kafir corn with Pearl Williams 'foj" A. Si;i:cns Mond.Ty afternoon.: We are sorrj- to "report that Mr. 1 Ljnn Brotliens v-iH rirrive home; Arthur Cif.rk is sick. He is in th. Wednesday from K. U. for a between veterans in Kans.-.s citv. : semester visit with homo foiks. taking treatments. We hope ho caii i plara Diirve sP-^n. from : return to his home soon. Wednesday tintil Sunrl.iy. with her Mr, and Mrs. Clifford James Ms- • daurrhtcr, Mrs. Karl Gerkcn and ; lied Sund.nv afternoon with Mr. fafni'i'- , . . and. Mr.-=. Leo- Scullv and Alice.' and Mrs. WiiUer Riddle visited Mr. and Mrs. C. Colrfn.'Bmy atid j ^^r- ^^-'S- ^- W. Brothers Sun- j Clifford visited Sunday at the C. I afternoon. . Thohoff home ' ! '^"^ Fr^nk Hoover and Mr. and Mre. Rav Bowen and ^ .a^-^ <^'"ald Jinkens visited '.^mi'•• v;<-'tn-i P-in-l.ty with Mrs and Mrs. J. B. McCIellan Wed- i "T H^ ARE "X, SOO, OOO . H0?SESWE. piTChCRSlMlHE W ilED SI P T E S OF V^HiCH MoRE W A T WOOUJ WE bo ^ VflTiiourHot ?ies??. T HE Olt?Nft"Ic|^fii.L^60^^ HESETTfepHlis,: ^^'^^ BACH AMP VtorJ SRAdrtf GAMES FRPM peiftftlT- Burkett. of LaHarpe. Mr. Walter Smith and Hirley Wynn and son Victor, visited Sunday afternoon at the John Wynn home. Clyde Wynn called at Delmer Brewer's Wednesday afternoon. Charles Roberts and son Nor- , wood, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert War- | nesday evening. • Mr. and Mrs. Noal Schooley and \ Mrs. Garett Tasche and Helen "Mae ': and Lester Russell were' Saturday , visitors at the Joe home, j Mrs. Ardella John.son. Mrs. Marj' ; Peak, and Mrs. Hcttie Sparks spent • Sunday with Mrs. Belle Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaufn'ian had ' ren and daughters, spent Sunday' quests Friday nicht and with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 'Willlains ^turday R^rs.'s] sister, • and family. Homer Wvnn visited Sunday afternoon at the Joe Ensley home, north of Colony. Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Brower and boys .spent the evening Saturday Mrs. Charley Smith and uk Smith of Colorado.- Landon Names Commhssfaner. i Topeka. Feb. 2. (AP)—Governor' Alfred M. Landon today annointed i with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas,, Gates as Kansas Crity. Kas^. Gss CTitv. commissioner of elections in succes- Mrs. Dehner Brower visited school Henry P. Boyle, who resigji- Tuesday. STaurice Shockey was caning at Delmer Brower's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John WVnn and family and Mr. and Mrs." Austin Majfleld and Dotothy vlslt «i Mr. ed. The apnolntment was for a term ending May 1, I93i. Have you a house for rent? Or for sale? Want to buy anything? Use tbe ClassUied (nlumnsl NIGHT V ANY SEAT JLLEY. lOC -loC I Showinz the Greater KctUTMl lUC-25C TODAY AND FRIDAY- HOLMES Played! by CLIVE BROOK MIRIAM JORDAN ERNEST TORRENCE Here \ Is a NEW and MODERN ,>|N Sherlock Holmes, And so full of ' is. romance that little will you realize 80 full mhiutes passes, tt has everything-' •• EXTRA— '"Too Many riighbaUs' TV^O-REEL COMEDY , NEWS SATURDAY- REX BELL. (Clara Bow 's Husband) in "THE MAN FROM ARIZONA" SUNDAY- FUEDPvIC MARCH, CLAUDETTE iCOLBEBJT, I ALLISON SKIPWORTH IN ^tTONIGHT IS OURS" AND FRIDAYS YOU'LL HARDLY BE-' UEVEiYOUR EYES'< Here's the sensation of all romantic advent- nresl UNUSUAL! THRILLING! STARTLING! KARLOFF THE UNCANNY DAVID MANNERS ZITA JOHANN ARTHUR BYRON In an amazing story of Eryptian Magic and a loye of 3,000 years! • MUMMY NOT A HORROR PICTimE! M-G-M Taxi Boys Comedy "TAXI FOR TWO" LATEST; M-G-M NEWS EVENTS SATURDAY! JOHN WAYNE and "DUKE " "HAUNTED GOLD" 3 DAYS STARTING SUNDAY RONALD -COLMAN, KAY %! 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