Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 3, 1933 · Page 2
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, February 3, 1933
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iPAnP. TWA ffm lOLA BATLY REGISTER, FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 3,1933. TOLA. KANSAS IHIYME. Swift an blazing yropi. The heart Is swifter; f slow as melting Ice, The heart is slower. High though cedars rise, Love rlsds higher; , Low though moss crecjps, Love creeps lower. Blind as moles stare. The hpart stares blinder; Clear as eagles gaze, ' The heart gazes clearer. Par though stars staiid. Love etands farther; Near though bodies lie, Love lies nearer, —Marie De L. Welch in Commonweal. Circle No. 1 Meets : i With Mrs. Amdt | ; Circle No. 1 of the First Methodist church held an ail day meeting yesterday at the home of Mrs. Walter Amdt with Mrs. Boy Finley assisting' The morning was spent piecing wool jcomforis arid a coypred 'dish lunch was served at noon. During the business meeting, plans were made for a tea to be held . rMarch 17. - IDevotionals were led by Mrs. O. P. Duncan, president of the general aid society. Mrs. . Velma SMth gave a violin solo using a •imlque violin made of aluminum by Walter Amdt. . Mrs. Gertrude Mc- Glnnis and Mrs. Roy Reed gave readings. Mrs. M. H. Fleisher,' editor the "Friendly Circle." read the first and only edition, which proved to be a typical news .sheet contain- Ipg eVerj-thing from a daily Bible Vjerse and an inspiring poem to society items and the death notice of E. Pression." Five new members and eight guests were among those present, ; •;• • •:• Circle No. " Meets with Jifrs. c; L. Hoyt ! Circle No. 7 of the First Melho- tjist church met yesterday aft<?r- lioon at the home of Mrs. C, L. Soyt with Mrs. L. !w. Simmons as^ting. Mrs. E\-erett Read led the devotionals, using chapter^ 53 from Isaiah and closing with prayer. Mrs. ^. T. Reid. vice president, was in charge jOf the business period. Plans were' niade for a food sale at the M. & M. grocery February 14. It was reported that quite a number of nightgowns were fumishecl by the inembers for the Red Cross. A fino luncheon was served to | the 17 :members present. i I Snrprise Parly for | cMr. Croweli: I In honor of the ,birthday of N. I. .'Crowell a surprise party was ffivcn • lor hini by a number of his friends who went to his liome.Mpnciay eve. ning. The evening was spent sing/ Ing gospel songs and ilie young folks plaj'ed games. At a late hour "refreshments were served. 'Tiiose •present were: Messrs. and Mesdame.s J. WJ Lower, L. K. Vronk. A. D. Morrison, George Johnson. Charley Remsberg, Ira Laudis. WiUlani Stafford. E. W. Ellsworth. W. C. | FOX. Clarence Remsbe:^ and baby, Karl Wickland, Verlin Neimj-er, N. I. Crowell. Franlc Provanche. Elmer Provanche and baby; Mrs. Eloise Rhodes; Misses Ruth Croweli. Wanda Lower, Helen Fronlc', Winifred Balla, Clarine Johnson, Alice 'Pro­ vanche, Pearl Neiniyer. Irene Neimyer, Martlia Neimyer, Tlielma Wickland; Messrs. Walter Crowell. Charles Fronlc, Willard CrowellJ Rex Pox, Clifford Wickland, Lawrence Wickland, Roy Neimyer, Junior Neimyer, Victor Provanche, and lEarl Provanche. Senior Epworth Leairue HoldB Orubj The Senior Epworth league of the First Methodist chuych held » "grub' Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Monfort, northwest of tdwn. The evening was spent in playing games and making candy. There were 40 members present. • • * IT. B. Specials Meet tn Cborch Thd U. B. Special Sunday school class held its regular monthly so- Icial meeting last night in the I church. It was a Valentine party j with the program present «!d by Mrs. W. E. Ayliiig, Mis..Daisy Mtorrtsoni and Mrs. McKeehan. Qanttis were played and the evening spent socially. Those present were: Mesdames John Knock. Fred Klnser, Bertha iTurley, Mamile Ketterjaan, AUce Shelby, Myrtle Grove. Ella Jacobs, Mabel Miinnihg, Cecil Oliv- j er, OHve Thoroman,! Arthur Cob- ;lentz, Elbert Ayling, jC. S. Bishop, j ^Kss EfTie Hampshire, and Mrs. I A. V. Howland and her daughter j Hope. Refre.shments were served. •> • • Circle No. 2 Meets with Mrs. Olson Circle No. 2 of the First MJethodist church Tuet yesterday afternoon in the home of Mrs. iflorence Olson with Mesdames M. C. Lacey, E. A. Boyer, and H, a. Kldgway assisting hostesses. Mrs. Wallace Anderson, the president, was in chargie of the meeting and Mrs. E. N. WUl- ett led the devotionals. The ladies silent the afternoon piecing qtiilt blocks for welfare. Refreshments were served to the 17 members present. •:• • •:• Presbj-terian General Working Society Meets The general working society of the Presbyterian church met yesterday afternoon in the churchj with Mrs. P. W. Sherwood, cliairman, presiding. Mrs. Fred Dunlap led the devotionals. After the business meeting, a program was presented by Che program .committee, Mrs. D. P. Northrup, chairman, which included a piano solo by Kuth Harriett Taylor;, a playlet, "Tne Runaways.^' by ikis. F; C. Culver, Mrs. W. E. Stai-ks, and Miss Lorraine Oreen; a one-act playlet by Perceival Wild entitled, "He, and She," given by Mrs. Northrup; and two vocal solos by Mrs. A. B. Enfield: "Far Off I Hear a Lover's Piute," Cadman, and "Loves on the High Rqad," Rogers. She was accompanied by her son Billie. Refreshments were served to alxjut 60 members. • • • Sdrprise Party for Mr. and airs. Seyffers • As' Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Seyffers and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Snaveiy are moving from the Pleasant Valley neighborhood, the friends and neighbors planned and carried out a sunirise for them. Although it was a rainy evening there were '41 present, bringing with them pie apd sandwiches, and coffee, which was ser\'od to the following: Mrs. Enid Roush. Ila June and Virgil, Tommy Paul, John Brigman, AC-, and Mrs. Fred Pugh and Buena. Mr. and Mrs. Lytle and Wilber, Ur. and Mrs. Jas. Persell and Carl, Mr. Harrington, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adams^ Mrs. CottrcU and Chris and Roy Snaveiy, j Mr. V. McGIll, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Raven and BilUe, Mrs. Harry Stottler and LawTence, Leona, Boyd and Nina Pearl, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Voelmeck and Mr. and Mrs. Mort Pugh. All left at a late hour wishing them well in their new homes. F. D. TAKES THE CAKE—AND CUTS IT--ON 51ST BTRTHDAYt U. S. Dependency HORIZ6NT.\L 1 An actor. . 7 To tantalize. 13 Harbor. U Mongrel. 1$ Tithe. 17 The rainbow. IS Wit. 20 iPortico. 21 Gulfed. 22 Supposed or thought to 1 )0. 24 Wayside hotel. 25 fexiats. . ; 26 Mountain pass. 27 Upright shaft. 29 Exclamation. 30 Theatrical | play. I • 32 Aromatic gum resin. 3-4 Haughty. 36 Meadow. ^ 38 Pinjaceous timber tree. 40 Electrined particles. 41 Pjliar of stone. 43 To peep. 44 Negative word. ^5 Fierce. 47 Observed. Answer to Previous Pitzr.le 48 Standard tj-pe measure. 49 BoRgy land, f 0 Seoured. 52 Minor note. 53 Pleasure bOat. 05 Inferior in 1 bu'ik. 57 Former Ger-man ruler. 58 Temper. GO To wear away. 61 Withdrew. VKHTICAIi ITo what U. S. dependency has independence been promised? 2 Spirits of localities. 3 Eager. 4 Ay. 5 Half an em. 6 Organic portion of tlie soil. S Preposition. 9 Thing. 10 Person opposed to a policy. 11 Eock. 12 Japanese attacked -China ?14 Mug. 15 To rot. 18 Tiller. 19 To trust. 22 Street, 23 Not light 26 The shank. 28 Snar«. .•?0 Do not. 31 Singing voice. 32 Man. 33,,Color3. 35 Chamber. 37 Wriggling. 39 Genuine. 41 Scorched. 42 Motor. 45 Left-hand page. 46Mentaiiy invigorating. 49 Unbiased. 51 Heavy volume. 53 Fence rail. 5i Before. 55 Blemisb. 56 Fresh-water : Ush. 57 Measure. 59 Southeast. President-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt is shown cutting the 100-pound birthday caike which was given to him on his 51st birthdayj i Mrs. Roosevelt is shown standing in the rear with birthday guests surrounding the table. Circle No. 5 Meets lirith Mrs. Numa [ Circle No. 5 of theJFhst Miethodist church met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mis. O^r Numa. Mifs. W. H. Boot, president, read the twenty-fourth Psalin, and Mrs. Laury Fife led in pi[ayer. The afternoon was ^nt making a quilt for the welfare association. Refne^- mehts were served to 11 members. • • Cirde No. 4 Meets In the Church Circle No. 4 met yesterday in the basement of the Mrst Methodist church for an all dpy meeting. At noon a bountiful dinner was served to 33 meml)ers and Several children. The day was spent working on a quilt top given the <|ircle by-Mrs. C. 5. Bishop. Mrs. Jos eQuinn led the devotionals and Ml^ Minnie Hartley presented the program. The Rev. W. P. Wharton was present during the afternoon and gave an tnterestmg talk. Mrs. Paul Wright and daughter also were! guests. Hostesses were Mesdames R. Li Oswald, H. W. Urick, J. H. Poster, John Bums, E. Wj. Slack, Mary Prampton. • • • Party in Honor of Mrs. Kraus Mrs. K. B. Kraus Was the guest of*a party giyen last evening at her home by her daughters, the Misses Belle Heleb and' Rachel Kraus. The party was given In honor of the 54th bhiJiday of Mrs. Kraus, and she received m|any nice gifts. The evening was spent playing cards and games after which, refreshments were served to the following: The Rev. Tliomas J. Powers; Messrs. and Mesdames Will Klass. John Steimelj Chfirlie Shebanek. Leo Jeckj Hermap Van-Leuwen; Mesdames John Jeck, John Lamoreau, John Walters; Misses Nell Kelley, Marie Bux, Lenp Bux, Margaret Heiman, Mary Heinaan, Lolita Lamoreau, Lorene Klam;. Messrs. Vincent Steimel. Joe Hennessy, Eugene Herman; K. B. Kraiis. • city Federation to Meet The City Federation of Women's clubs -will meet in tlie parlors of the Baptist Tenyjle, Monday, February 6, at 2:30 p. nt The annual election of officers will be held land a full attendance is desired. The he Keynote to Unity club will be tlie hostess club for the aftemoon, assisted by the Golden Link and jResearch clubs. The following program will be presented: Paper. "Loyalty, Olub Work" (Goldett Link), Mrs. J. P. Reed. Piano solo, "Hungartaii." <Mc- Dcwell). (Unity,) Mrs. J. E, B. MU- ler. paner, "Our International Trade Relation." (Research), Mrs. A. G. Speegle.^ [ Paper, "Review of Opera, Simon. Bocjanegra. Verdi. (Unity), Mrs. J. H. Armel. Humboldt. Piano solo, "Auffcjxwng," (Schumann), (Unity). Mrs.jj. E. B. MUler. BY SISTER MARY ' NE.\ Service Writer ^INCE liver is considered one of the best foods in the world for building up the blood, many mothers are interested in methods of cooking it other than frying it with bacon or smothering' it with onions. Calves' liver has soared in price since it has sained it.s- widespread reputation, but beef liver and pig liver are still cheap a.nd quite as valuable as the expensive calves' liver. They are not as delicately, flavored, to be sure, but the food valueis There just the same. Creamed liver and bacon is a better di.':h for small children than the ordinary fried liver and bacon served in many households. Ci-e.-iined Liver Three-fourths pound liver, 4 thin slices bacon. 2 tablespoons butter, 2 tahlespoo.ns flour, IVz cups milk. teaspoon pepper. . Dice liver and roll in (lour seci- soiied with salt and pepper. Broil bacon and lise drippinKs ,to saute liver. Shnlie liver'over a low fire until tender. Meanwhile melt butter, stir in flour and slowly add milk,' sti'rrinpT constantly. Bring to the boiling point and pour over prepared liver. Heat thoroughly and serve on-hot toast, parnjsli- •ing with crisp broiled bacon. IJ .Tkcd Beef Liver This recipe may appeal more to the woman who lives in the country and has buttermilk at hand. However, btitterniilk ca.n he pur­ chased at nearly all city dairies. Two poiinds beet liver, 6 th!n slices bacon, 1 medium size onion, 2 cups canned tomatoes, 2 tabiij- spoons sugar, '/i teaspoon peppvi:. 12 stewed prunes. Let liver stand in sour buttermilk over night or for six or eight hours. When ready to cook remove from buttermilk and wipe Tomorrow's Menu BRHAKFAST: Chilled apple sauce, cereal, creain, tried corp ?'i'".'i! nnish, sirup, milk, coii'..- . LUNCHEON':- Vcprtablp soup, wlio!o wlic.'ii :'.nC shredded lettuce and eg.e; sandwiches, cr.'Uge fried cakes, milk tea. DINXioR. Baked beef liver, steamed rice, browned •parsnips, salad • of Chinese cabbaKe in lime jelly with toasted almonds, chocolate cake v.-ith AUigretti icing, milk, coffee. JBr .v. Lay baco,n over surface- and jfasten with wooden toothpick. Cut Ipoeled onion in thin slices and iplgce in a. well buttered baking :dlsii. Put liver on bed of onions,, add tomatoef, sugar, pepper and siewed prunes with one-half Cup of juice. Cover baking dish .land bake one and one-half houra jin a moderate oven. Serve from I baking dish. Chriktian Church. Bible fichool at 9:46. Ordination service and •Oommun-, ion at 11, The,elders of the church will assist the minister In ordaining Mr. Anderson to the ministry. C. Ei mfetlngs at 6:30. We join In the union service nt ;the Phst M. E. church at 7:30. Mr. O. Y. Hamtnond will present his original plsly, "Protection." The Baptist Temple. The Sunday school, morning worship and B. •y. P. U. will meet as usual on. Sunday, but the evening service will be omitted on account of the union temperance meeting under the auspices of the Anti-Saloon ticague, wiiich is to be held in the Methodist church. The right hand of fellowship will be given to several new membei's at the communion service which will be held at the close.of the morning service. Sunday has been named as denominational day, so the pastor will speak on Baptist history and achievementsi at tiie mommg service. Church of God. (First and Neosho.) Sunday school Ijegins each Sunday at 9:45 a. m., ifoUowed by worship .servicfe.; j There will! he a; special meeting at the church Sunday at 2,p. m. to observe the ordinances of the chiirch. Regular services]at 7:30 p. m. Bible study at the church everj- Tuesday at 7:30 pi, m. Cottage prayer! meethig every Thursday 7 :?0 p. hi. Young people ; and children's meeting every Friday at 7 pr m. Meda;. Neuenschwander, • , i S. S. Supt. Nazarene | Church. (223 North Sycamore .7 10 a. m. iSundjiy Bible school. Classes and j teachers for all ages. 11 a. m. 'Morning worship, tlie pastor will preach! the sermon. 6:30 p. m. j Young People's society. Mr. Gaddis president. Thp; revival continues with good interest, andj the pastor will preach Sunday evening' from the subject, "Death, the jgatewjay to heaven or hell.'' We are 'expecting ministers from? visiting^ chutches to fill the pulpit at different sen'lces. The meetings iKsgin ea^'ti evening at 7:30. M-i R. BJSHOP. Pastor. Trinity ntetiiodiHl Church. Sunday school : with missionary message at 0:45 a. m., morning worship ut 11 a. m., wUh theme ^Keeping • Up .With Lizzie." ; Epworth Leagues at 6:30 p. m. Union service Jn interest of proliib/lou drama: at First Methodist church at 7:30 p. m. Sunday .scliool board meeting witli election of olflcei-s Wednesday evening, at 7:30. County Epworth .League rally at Neosho Falls Tuesday evening, Institute at Eureka Friday and Saturday. • ^ Plus Ultra party at chiu-oh tonight. . W. E-. VAN PATTEN, Pastor. SKYROCKET Feb. 1.— Mr. aiid Mrs. Olen Bradford visited Sunday! aftemoon with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bradford northeast of. MoranJ The Roy Roberts family are moving to a farm in Bethel district and Oscar Carlson's are' moving to the farm vacated by M^. Roberts. Miss Jo Zimmerman. Whihita. .spent the week-eid with home • folks. Mr. and "Mrs. Roy Roberts and Gordon called at ! Ralph Biggs's Sunday evening. [ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Drury moved their household goods to Moran last week -where he has employment! with the Clioe Motor company. I Mr.' and Mrs. Rjrter Daniels. spenj; Stmday evening with Mr. and • Mrs. Bigelow. | Mrs. Charles Jones and daughter. Miss Delores. were shc ^jplng in Cha- nirte Saturday. Ray Bradford called on his brother Glen Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bacon And children and Mr. Ben Ludlum were dinner guests at Ira Bacon's Sonday. • i Merle Bftcon celebrated his eighth birthday Saturday! bv eT^tertnlnlng, a number of his little friends at dhmer. Those present were Lowell and Janie Daniels. Jhn and Maxine Hibbs and Donald and DeWayne Krokstrom. Mt-. and Mrs. Charles Jones and Deloris attended an 'all day meeting of the L. C. C. club at Ves Peck's Sunday. | Howard Jedry spent Suiiday at Henry Kamplng's. The man who was [always boasttog of beihs: taken for the president had just finished telUng p \e stdry again. Said cm of Ws hearers, "My dear feUow. that Is nothing. As I was waikteg. aIon«r Ua ^treet the other day, a inan, wtetan I had nelver seen in tay lite-, fila|>pcklmef on the shoulder nnd. satd, "Ohd Almighty i la that rouf* INDEPENDENCE Feb. 1.—Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ayei-s and Charles Pimk Jr. of lola motored to Manhattan Friday morning^ to visit Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ayers and their son David. They returned home Monday evening. Mrs. Ed Hall, who imderwent an operation for the rempval of her tonsils in Kansas City, retttfued to home here last Thursday. 'While en route to her home and near Mildred in company with her daughter, Mrs. George Van Etta and Mrs. Van Etta, a tire on their car went down, causing the car to swerve from side to side of the road, going into a ditch, the car landing upon Its side. Mrs. Hall suffered minor bruises on lier side that struck the car -when it was overturned. Fortunately no one was seriously injured, and Mrs. Hall is recovering from both her operation and accldbnt In a satisfactory "manner. Mrs. J. F. Punk was a Tuesday afternoon caller at the home of Mrs. Ed Hnll. Mrs. Nicholas', accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Lathrop and Mrs. George Roe of LaHarpe attended a landscape meeting in lola last Friday at the office of the" farm bureau. Miss Myrtle Larson of near Savonburg spent Tuesday with her brother, Mr. Leslie Larson and Mrs. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Muer and son Gary of lola were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Muer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Punk. Mrs. Ed McVey and Mrs. Evans were Thursday dinner guests of Mrs. McVey's daughter, Mrs. Leslie Larson. Mrs. Myrtle Savage of Bartleg- ville, Okla., is spending tlife week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bromagem. 4 Mr. John Day of Moran. the McNess man, was caUlng in this locality last week, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Larson were Sunday evening callers at the Howard Wade home. Dale Eugene, weight 11 pounds, came Sunday morning to make his home with Mr. and Mi's. Lloyd Bybee. , COURT WENT A-COTTRTING, AND- First Methodist Episcopal Church. Thp Sunday school of the First Methodist church Continues its cordial invitatipn to attend, 9:45 Sunday morning. The pastor. Rev. Walter P. -Wharton, will preach the ' 11 o'clock. The senior Epworth momins sermon a- intemiediale and Leagues meet at 6^:30 p. m. Sunday (night at 7:30 in this church Attorney G. Y. Hammonrl. state superintendent of the An'i- Saloon League of Kansas, will present a temperance drama. He mmPR on in-vitaticjn of the -lola Ministerial association. First Church of Christ, Scientist Sunday Services ;il:(H) a. m. Wednesday evening meeting 8:00 p. m, I Sunday school 9:45 a. m. ' ; The reading rooin at corner of j East and Sycamore streets is open daily from. 2 to 5 p. m.. excepting Sundays arid legal holidays. "Spirit" will be tne subject of the lesson sermon in all Churches of Christ. Scientist. Sunday. Feb. 5. Golden Text: John 4:124. God is; a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth. The public is cordially invited to attend the church services' and to enjoy the privileges and to make use of the reading room. Presbyterian Cburoh. Sunday, 10 a. mi, Sunday school, with a place for everyone. II. Morning worship. At this service the Sacrament of Holy Communion will be observed. Mr. Snuffer will preach, liis subject: "One of the Twelve," 5:00 p. m.. Grade school and Junior high Endeavors. 6:30 p. m.. High school and junior college Endeavors. There will be no evening service at this church; We join the union meeting at the Methodist church. Monday, 7:30 p. m., meeting of the Scouts. All boys interested be at the church promptly. . Wednesday. 6:30 |p. m.. the second of our cover dish liincheons, and at 7:15 the second lecture on Dr. McAfee's book. I Thursday. 2:30 p. m., meethig of the Working society. First dlvislori ' at the home of Mrs. Dalgamo, 202 North Elm; Second' division at the home of JtrsJ Sam Sifers, 322 South ! Buckeye; third division at tlie home of Mrs. Dr. (Chambers. 210 South Oak, Mrs. Culver assisting hostess; fourth division at the home of Mrs. Boy Sleeper, |224 South (Chestnut, a cover dish luncheon and birthday party. I A Florida honej-moon was chosen by Justice and Mrs. Benjamin Sbal-; leek after their marriage in New York. Mrs. Shalle* is the former LU- Uan ftoth of stage and screen fame and, according to friends, considerB returning to the stage after the honeymoon. The" couple is 'shown jUst after tlie wedding ceremony. . ^ Plan for Better Control-of'Colds ProvMby Tests Greensboro; N. c.— In clinical tests among [thousands—in schoolS: colleges and homes—the new Vicks Plan for better Control of Colds reduced the nnmber and dnration ol colSs by half .'—cut the cosls of colds more than half. Pull- details of the Pfen are in each package of Vicks VapoBub and the new Vicks Nose <Ss Throat Drtps. Theyfve Stood the Te»t ot Time BstebUahed 19<n WUliaflie Monument I Works |:S01 So. Wa^i. irta, Kaa. Free Methodist Church. (307 North Third.) Sunday school, io a, m. Preaching, 11 a. ni. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Class meeting Tuesday night. Cottage prayer meeting Thursday night. We are looking for you. Worship at a friendly, growing church. REV. RICHARD TRAVER. (Mrs. Ethel Gerds^,) Jan. 31.—Mrs. E., O. Bajnta spent Friday aftemoon with-Mrs. Bessie Sklnn^/- j Mr. .anci, Mrs. Everett Smith aJtf Tholma spent Sunday at the Chari. ley Wray home. WUlNnddler spent Sunday evening at Cloycc. Skinner's. Rnli)h, Fannie, Minnie ahd Charles Oerdsen, Mr. and Mrs. Slun Gcrd- scn and children called at the Smith: home west of lola'Sunday afternoon. Fannie, Mlrinlc, and Charles Oerdsen stoppkl at the hospital to call on Elnora' Herynk.. Delma and Hazel Dickens spent week ago Sunday afternoon with Arnita. W. J. Ross and family .spent Monday evening at the Jack Babcock home. Elza Cheesbro. Mrs. Sh^pson and Grant spent Friday evening at the Bob (Serdsen home. A small ad in the Clasisified col- nmn.s'off.en puts over n big deal iCSas City Methodist Church Preaching service at lo o'clock. Theme, "Keeping Up With Lizzie." Sunday school with missionary message at 11 a. m. Junior League at 4:30 p. m. Senior League at 6:30 p. ni. I Ladies' Aid will meet at 2 o'clock Tuesday at church. Election of officers. Refreshments. Members bring dues and. pledges. Community supper Thursday evening with election of officers for Sunday school following. ! Union prohibition druma at Pivst Methodist church 7:30 Simday evej ning.' ' W. E. VAN PATTEN, Pastor. Have you a nouse. for rent? Or for sale? 'Want to "buy anything-j" n.'sij' the Clajwified cnlnmtis! FINAL : ^ON ALL WINTER COATS Values up to S29ira—as long as they liis5t CHOICE IJuy Yours Today 'S Q with \ SAME PRICE AS 42 YEARS AGO m Tor %uSavemBuy/jMjfXC YouSamin IfsmqJCC ECONOM ICAi. awf jFFICI IHI M1118ONS OF FOU W DS USElD BY OUR COV^E RN M EHT Just Like Finding If You Can Swap Somcthtng You Don't ^Vaht foi: Something the [Other F(>llow Has That You Do "Want—and Ycu Are Both Satisfied .... That's Good Bijisiness Isn t h? We're all Swappoii at Heart . : . Who Desn't Like to Makea Good Bargain in a Trade.? \ . And When Dollars .[Are Scarce—Why Not Trade Around ^Vith Your Neighbors? Use The Register s 'Swappers Cohimii' To- bring natural born swappers together again like the good old days, The'Register is running a SWAPPER'S COLUMN in its classified, section. : If you want to swap that old sewing machine ' for a double-barrelled shotgun, or the talking machine for a i-adib, or a cow for a set of harness,-tell the world about it in the SWAPPER'S COLUMN. i J NEW LOW RATES -| 1 Per Word for i"! Per.'^Vord Per issue; A"2"v' One Insertion l-LC; MINIMUM for 3 Times or More ORDER 25c These rates ai'e for cash in advance only,-with the exception of those who have regular chai'ge accounts with The! Register. • i

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