Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 8, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, February 8, 1933
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TOLA, KANSAS" THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 8. 1933, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Miller moved to 620 North Jefferson this '^fter-. noon^ from their residence in Himi^ boldt. Miss Gladys Marmont will arrive Friday^ from Topeka to spend the week-lend with her mother, Mi-s. C. A. Mirmont. Miss Marmont has a positlbn with the legislature, wprk- ing secretary of thejCommittee on -State affairs of wljich'tJames Rhodes of Marshall county is' chairpian. This 'position will last only during the present session of the legislature. ; - —Try our Pasti7 and Rolls. You will take pride in serving them to your :guests. They are always High Cla .<5Si Products. Tola Bakery, 120 E. Jack^n. Mr.; and Mrs. D. D. Long have as their "guest. D. E. Herman of Pitts- Burg,? who arrived Monday afternoons Mr. Herman formerly resided )in lola. .52.SO—riANO TUNING— S2.50 :For Limited Time Only TliP lowest jjrice for fine tuning In history. Phone your orders in now to T. O.j CanaUjey—1099 '$3.00 outside lolai Mi.sK Alice'Smith of Yates Centi-r. Mike Cunningham of Chanuto and H. B. Gray of . BliTnlnglinm, Ala., Were week-end guests of Mr. and ' at their cabin Ray Drake spent the week-end | with his family in Yates Center. j Mr. and Mrs. Merl V. Lanning [ were guests Sunday evening of Mi- and Mrs. F. E. Bacon. Improve Your Cooking Use FAIRMONT'S Pasteurized IVUlk. Cream, Cot- t:igc Cheese and Bnttermilk. Call 91 for House Delivery or ask your grocer —Any lime, place, or distance. Waugh Funeral Home. Miss Ruth Potter of Kansas City spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Josie Potter. Mrs. J. A. Atkins and her son Lewis Bartels of Sand Springs. Okla., visited Mrs. Atkins's sister, Mrs. Nina Langsford and other relatives over the week-end. "lyrrs. P. B. Fegely ssouthwest. of town —-Plenty of ladies' Galoshes at Harrison's BootcryL Robert Warner spent Sunday in rEmpofla as the guest of his .son Lyie ' S. WaTner and his family. • . Any Suit. Dress or Overcoat; • • Cleaned and Pres.sed Meeks POLLY ANN CAFE Serves a Complete Dinner from Soup to Dessert for 25c and 35c Call 790 Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Long. Miss Ida Barnhaft. John Barnhart, and their guest Miss Jeanne McKuslck, Knox. Ind.. were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Long, who live jwcKt of Piqua. E. A. Long Is a son ol D; A. Long. , i Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bacon had as ! their guests for Sunday Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Alderman and daughter Shirley, who reside north of Moran, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ludlum and their son D. A., who live near Elsmore. Mrs. Bacon is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alderman. —Wc welcome the opportunity to give you advance Information. Sleeper Mortuary. George Slack; who is seriously ill of a sinus infection at St. John's hospital, was given a blood trans- j faslon this morning. OUie Suther- jland was the donor of the blood. i —Dr. W. P. Hull, Osteopath and i Diagnostician. Phone 120. Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Garllnghoiisc i visited Sunday with Dr. and Mrs.' E. F. Clark in Wichita. Mrs. Garlinghouse is a sister of Dr. Clark. —Plenty of ladies' Harrison's Booter>'. Galoshes 'at ROOSEVELT OFF FOR VACATION CRUISE — Plenty of ladies' Hanisons Bootery. Galoshes at Mrs. Chan Denton and her sister Miss Gertha Shreck returned Sun;day to their homein Colony after a jwoek-end visit with Mrs. Denton's i.son Ficd L. Denton and family. • 35c- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 Ppc Day Service If Desired Try our 10c loaf of ENNER JEE BREAD Kor sale at your Grocer or the Bakery. A home-like loaf made vi'.h condcnfird milk and the best of ingredients. lOLA BAKERY Charles Peistcr, Prop. 120 E. Jackson Phone 502 The Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Winimer; 5 West CamiibcU, are quite ill with the flu. George Fr>'er, who has been dangerously ill with influenza the past four weeks, is now convalescing. —New Low Price on Plumbing Fixtures. lola Plumb. Co. Pho. 1175. :' Mr. land-Mrs. Charles Bard well of : I Chanute were guests Monday of : i Mrs. Bardwell's parents, Mr. and : : Mrs. W. W. Holmes. a C. Quintard left Monday for ; I Budd R. Arthur of Indianapolis. : ; Ind.. is in charge of the kitchen of I'the Kozy Kove cafe. Mr. Arthur, I according to W. R. McGinnis, pro- Commi.ssioncr and Mrs. I. E. Bart- ' pfieior of the cafe, has had years of his home in Crawford Neb after •''^'^ vipited Sunday v.ith their nince, i experi,enco in' that line, and is thorr an'cxtcnded visit with his paren's ^^^old Gordon, and Mr. Gor- oughly capable of handling that Mr and Mrs F A Quintard ' jldon. in Yates Center. i part of the bu.siness. He has been : _ . I ^ ; employed as;chef for the Wheeler Attention Teachers. • ii Miss Delore Gammon and Mr.s\ i Catering company in Indianapolis — The Register Job Department i !F. C. Hotzel of Emporia were Sun-, the p;lst five: years, wil! now be oi>ei> durin? noon '{[dny guests of their parents. Mr. and • • — Aboard Vhicent Astdr's palatial yacht Nourmahal, at Jacksonville, FJla., Presideht-elept Franklin D.. Roosevelt waved farewell to the world and his worries for eleven days as he beg^n a southern fishing cruise. Left to right in this picture, as members of the party lined the rail, are: Jastice Frederic Kemochan, of New York; George B. St. George; Kermit Roosevelt, son of the late Theodore Roasevelt and fifth cousin of the president-elect; Franklin D. Roosevelt; '(/incent Astor, the host and also a distant relative ofjMr.. Roosevelt. NEWS OF MILDRED Jolly Janes Meet Tuesday in Honor of Mrs. Golda Lamunyon. Visiting from California. hours and Saturday afternoons. Mr.; and Mrs. J. T. Murphy h.nd as their guests for the / week-end Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ne.^i. and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Nash and their daughter F'rances Mario and their son John ; of Coffcyviile. Mrs. Neal and .. iClrs. Nash are si.stcrs of Mrs. Miir-^' phy. ' Mrs. C. S. Gammon. rotnplete Winter Super .Service for Your .Car Anti-Frerzp. Battery Fluid. Brake Srrvicc. Hartiator Ser- ' vice. Crankcasp Service, Body Work. Oil. Washing, Gas, Tire Service, Ignition. , SHELLY : MOTOR {;O. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 REDLCED ;MATTKESS PKIC'ES 50.|h;luelKhl All Cotton S2.93 lOO '^'ri Pure Felt Mattresses .. .S5.75 Imperial Inner Srtring ..S9.75 10 -Vr Guarantee inner Spring .^10.75 Simmons Beauty ^tesl S26.30 A complete line.of Scaly Ihncr-Spring ."Vlattrps.scs Wejbuy for lc».v—we sell for less! W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITUKE : 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 ; Mr. and Mrs. George Lawrence ^iiind their daughters Virginia and Martha, enroule from tlielr homo in Wellington to Tongnnoxie, stopped In lola Saturday afternoon for a t^rirf visic with Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Shelly, Robert Murphy of Olathr. and Mr. and 'Mrs. W. P. Murphy of Chanute FAULTLESS WASHER —- S39.95 2 Roll-a-Tubs Free Terms a.-s low as §1 a week W. II. WOOD FINE FITRNITURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 Tht- Hi-Y and high school Girl 1 Reserve cabinets are meeting tonight | at the home of the s )5on .sor, Mi:;s i Elliel Howell, for a Joint business; meeting and taffy pull. Cabinet members urc: Margaret Griffith, Lena Stonakcr, Evelyn Kinney. Ado!-' ma Wat.son, Pauline Kcuhnl, Barbara Scay. Mildred Preston.: Efflc F. p. R. MEDAL ! Bremer. Louise Abts. Charlotte Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ridgway and ! Thompijon and Vleva Jackson for I their .son Franklin, who have beeh ' the Girl Reserve: Melvln Hayes, Bob fruesLs of Mrs. Ridgway's parents. I Dunlap. John Griffith. Bob Evans. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. West, and her' Elmer McCarty. Don Frantz. Flovd .v-isitfd Saturday evening with W.! sister, Mr.>;. Melvin Burns and her ;Papin, Axel Ancler.son and Frank P. Murphy's mother. Mr.s. John | family, returned Monday to their, Tliomp.son for the Hi-Y. F. F! Deit- Murphy and other relatives. Robert | home in Emporia. Mui-phy Is a grandson i of Mr.s. John Murphy. !VL\TTRESS B J VRGAINS ! —All cotton. $3.50; Tiiftless. S12..S0; Springfilled, $12.50 and uv). Standard- makes of guarariteed quality. Curtis' Furniture, 10 N. Wash. 1 Mrs. Eldiva Lucas. youngest'; daughter of Mr. and Mi-s. O. O. Mil- j •Ier ,;Who has been serlqiisly ill at the i AITO TOPS Al'TO GLASS Furniture and Automobile Ipholstcring Rubber Mats IIEIGELE'S Harness and Auto Top Shop 201 South St.—Phone 59 This being the first Sunday in the month. Rev. Lane preached in the evening. There will be a communion sen-ice Sunday morning instead, of the regular preaching service. ' Mr. and Mrs. Urk-ss Nc\itt were dinner guests at the Ater home Sat- ukiay evening. There w.js a family reunion at Elmer Norton's Simday,. given in honor of Mir. and Mrs. Emmett Lamunyon of Lopg Beach, Calif. Those l>rc.senl were Mr. and Mrs. John Huffman and son Frank, of Broni son. Ma-, and Mrs. Ira Norton, Mrs. ' C. E. Sinclair, Miss Arllne Sinclair, j Bird Patterson, Davy Patter- i j son, Theodore Hutton. 'WllUam War- i I ren. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Lamuii- I : yon and Dorothy Lamunyon. | I Earl Stout is managing a filling station at Moran. Mr. and Mi-s. H. H. Vcsieman of Kansas City, were at Charley Mer- rifields Thursday, and Mrs. Merrl- field accomixinled them to Columbus, where they visited at Lester Stokers until .Saturday. Among those who went from hero to lola Saturday to attend the i county teachers association were: Supt.; and Mrs. W. M. Grove, Prof, and Mrs. Cliarlcs Garrison. Miss Margaret Sttough and her mother. Miss Dorothy Moore, Albert Irwin. Mrs. Earl Stout, Miss Menbeth Ater, Mrs. Urlcss Ncvitt, Miss Marie Mil- rich spon.sors the Hi-Y. After the taffy pull, the girls will remain for |'or, Mrs. John Barley. ' Betty the annual cabinet slumber party. home Of her parents, vyas able to Te-\,J^^ ^^"7*>- If"' ^""^l^ tnrn .<5n)„rri=>v fn hnr^hnnir. in 0^1.^0^ Lcwistcn. Idaho, after a Weekend vii.sit with her mother Mrs. John i Murphy, her sister. Mrs. Charles McCann and her family. I and her brother. J. T. Murphy, and Mrs. Mui-phy. Miss Murphy is a buyer for the R. C. Beach company of Lewiston and was on her way home from New York. turn Saturday to her'home in Colony;. ' i FRYER BROS. GROCERY Beech Nut .Coffee, tw-o 1-lb. cans : for 68c and one '-i-lb. can FREE Chipso Quick Siids or Crj-stal .White Soiip Flakes, Ige. ,pkg. 15c Tomatoes. No. 2 can. 4 for .25c Or 1 doz. cans for 70e Otoe Hominy. No. 2 • j can. 2 for 15c Fresh Side, per pound 5c Lard, per pound 5c Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fosse and their son Billie Dene, who live north ofiMoran. were guests last night of Mj-s. Fosse's sister, Mrs. R. E. Yocum j arid her family. —Dr. H. L. Lacv. Dentist. Office ; over Brown s Drug Store. X-i^y I equipped. Phone 149. John Hurley had as his guest for i - • Oie week-end his cousin. Homer Gil- ! ratt earli. ihgredient plays snd the , ii ^m of Moran. j proper handlin,;; of the sirip during and after the cooking. What is a perfect frosting? First cf all comes the niatler of flavor, rhii; means not only tlie use ofj lliiQ m.i'terials, but also a MfcUdiiiK of the (lavor of the frost- lug with that of the cake. .Second l.'i Importance i.s texture. The frosting must tcel line-grained and i:i;cainy on thf longiic. Furthermore, the portiHt fronting must 1 .1)1 (1 )lA hhape, have a glossy ap- I'.'iaianco, rctn.'iin niolMt on stand- in.- and rut without cracking. Quite a large order! Thcj-o niurhdesirod qualities may be obtained in .several way?, but the surest and simplest method of Recipe Distribution On. I Housc-lo-housD distribution of i recipe booklets, which Is providing increased employment locally, was ] begun in lola today by General I F o o d s coriX)ration. Distributing I crews, hired in the city by the com- I pany's dLstrict office in charge of this ten-itory. will present every housewife with one of the company's latest recipe books. j Barley. Miss 'Vcta Hacke -a. Mrs' George Ruxton. Bonnie Jerrerls and Paul Idcn. The boys glee club Heie is the Roosevelt Inaugural Medal. Which was designed by Paul Manshlp, New York sculptor, and Is to be struck In gold and silver for government officials, and in bronze for public purchase. On jone side Is a head of Roosevelt in bas-relief- together with the names of the Pre.sldent and Vice President-elect. On the other side is a full-riggcd sailing ship, a flying figure, and the legend suggested by Mr, Roosevelt: "Thou too sail on. O Ship of State; 5nll oh, O Union, strong and great." T-JS.~ Centennial Exposition. In 1871 providing^ one hundredth anniversary, of American bration t<Jok the form of a Worldj's Pair, thq country. Park, Ph exercises on July grandson HUMBOLDT NEWS Lnnch Served to Students of High School at Noon Toeaday Bccansc of Cold Weathet. HUMBOLDT, Kas., Feb. 7.— Owing to the extreme cold prevailing this morning, making It very difficult to adequately heat • the high school auditorium, the; regular ctiapel assembly was postponed to Wed-.uis- da\ morning. A noon day luncheon consisting of beef soup and cheese sandwiches was served to students desiring to arail themselves of It, at the high school today under direction of Miss MUdred Harmon of the domestic science deportment, A large company of relatives and friends attended thi funeral of the Ostrander baby this morning at the Catholic church. A number of the members of the Humboldt Music club motored to KAMAKUK'.V.j CHIX.A! sends nioije studont.s to American universities than any _ other foreign c( uiitry. The National Aathrm;^ of GREAT BRITAI.V. DKNM.AHK ?ii(I SWITZEftLAND :tio set to the iamc music. evening at the .congress passed an act for the celebration of the independence. The cele- first ever held in this It was held in Pairmount ladelphla. from May 19 to November 10, 1876. Fifty countries were rej^resented by exhibits a"nd ten milUpn people attended. At the held in Independence hall 4, Richard Henry Lee, a of the patriot of the Revolution, road the Declaration of Independence from the original manuscript. "I J O VC is blind." and that's the reason wiiy it can get along with one small hand-lamp, turned, down ns low as'It will go, as well as under a whole .chandelier of lights. A small ad In the Classified columns oftjen nuts over n big deal. the lola Music club. All report a fine and enjoyable program. • Rev. C. V. Shulenberger, pastor of. the local MJcthodlst church accompanied bj' his district superintendent, Dr. R. E. Gordon, motored to Ida Monday morning to attend the rcgtilar monthly meeting of the ministers of the district. Mr. Shulenberger returned home the same evening. The ladles of the Christian church will serve a noon luncheon Wednesday, io which the general public Is invited, "The proceeds are to be devoted to the work ol the ladies society. Mrs. G. W. Horn, wife of the Humboldt Presbyterian minister, and teacher of the Guild class of the Presbyterian Sunday school, hopes to be able to resume her, task as teacher of the class next Sim- day, having had to forego this duty for three consecutive Sundaj-s, due- to Illness. June 'Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd- 'Wilson of Bridge street, who has been receiving treatment for an Infected finger the past ten -weeks as a result of a slight accident on the school playground. Is reported to have fully recovered from the effects of the injury sustained. Tlie Rev. O. W. Horn reports Mrs. F. B. Bailey of Bridge street, whom he visited today foUow-ing a slight stroke she sustained s edrly Monday morning, to be considerably improved, and that the family now have increased hopes for her permanent recovery. Elmer Redfield. son of Mr. and Mrs. Gail; Redfield of Mulberrj' street, who has been quite sick the past week or so. Is now well on the way toward recovery. Mr, J. F. Wlshart and family who have resided the past several months In Humboldt, will remove the latter part of this week to Nevada, Mo., where Mr, Wlshart has obtained emplojTnent with the Katy railroad.. Several members of the Humboldt pastern Star lodge were cuests Mon­ day afternoon and djistrlct meeting of ^he order,;held inlthe l^asonlc Tern )le of lola; Be- lola' Monday afternoon as guests of i tween the aftcnioob and evening n,„ T„i» „i„i. All . „ sf^lons. a dinner w^s served in th>: Baptist "Temple dini ig room, Mrs. JrJTajgaret Johnson o:' Humooldf be- in^ iCftllfed upon to respond to the address of welpome. Several cases of frozen feet, Ixands 'antl cars were reported today In Hiimlxjld^ and vicinity as a result of t^^ extremely cold .weather prevailing. The thermometer registcrjed 8 be|ow zero at 6 p. ml ' I "The roads east and y;est of If um- boidt were for seveijal hours today almost impassable diie to deep Jnow drifts a resultant of |the storm. The old steel bridge has finally been removed, and now work-, will be concentrated upori the approaches jto the new; bridge, w-hlch wfll be bulit up in order to pfeguard .«lu-m against periodic floods. At the regular meeting of the lolti Federation, of Women's ciubs held lllcnday afternoon in the Baptist Tfe'mple, Mrs. J. H. Armel of lium- boldt.-gave a rcvie\y of.tho qpera "Simon Boccanagra.p which I was highly appreciated by the |arg-? audience in attendance. The M. B. S. clul^ of Humboldt, haye made plans 'for the noiding of! their jjilver anniversary at; the home of Mrs.' Guy Bale on Thursday. February; 16. A: bprs are i,irgcd to at erlng, notification be I sent to Mrs. rilar\-.' •, 1 former mem- end mis gatli- c\{ which must E. J. Ronslck,~scc- NEWI At your. druggUt't jTRIAL SIZE lOjf (a 2^ ialue) Gargle anrf Mouthwnslf BtillALFthc unial price SEE THE.. WORLD'S FAIP,^, , Florence C. Dickenson Tlnn-sday from our high school attopdi'd and | afternoon. • There was quite a sang tv\-o numbers, accompanied-by ] number in attendance. Student: '-Several of my friends ere coming to dine here, so I w-ant a bi!,' table." Manager: " look at this one. sir. Fifteen i)ersons couid sleep quite comfortably mider It." SISTER A\ARY'S KITCHEN BY SISTER MARY .\EA Service Writer P ERFECT; cake frost ings are easy to make it you understand the ; 'Virginia Rogers of Chanuto ] Is;spending the week with her cou.sin ' Miss Dorothy Moshcr. I^OZY KOVE Follow the crowd and cut with us. Delirious ineals with trimmings and de.s.scrt.s—30c Plate Lunch—25c 117 We >t StriTt Mrs. Jesse Chase relumed Monday (ivcnlng from Kansii.? City wlierc she ; has spent the past two weeks with her sister. Mrs. Homer F. Goodwin iind hef family, and her daughter. I Mrs. Armor :stcphens and her fam-i -'securing a delectable frosting Is to ily. Mrs. Goodwin of Kansas Citv ^ "El" corn sirup with sugar, ^nd Edward! M. Bowen of Tulsa ac- i The corn sirup gives no flavor to companied her home, for a few days' \ the frosting, but makes and keeps visit. ' i It soft and smooth. Be sure to — i measure, accurately, how-ever, for too much corn sirup makes the sirup gummy and too soft. The length of time for cooking or temperature of the frosting sirup is an important factor in the making of frostlngs. Sugar-cookery thermometers are a decided help for the making of uniformly perfect frostlngs, since they eliminate all guesswork as to whether the sirup is cooked properly. 'White Frosting Two and one-half cups line granulated sugar, 4 tablespoons corn sirup,- % cup water, whites 2 eggs, 1 teaspooii vanilla. Mix sugar, water and corn sirup in a smooth aauc'e pan. Cover pan and cook over a low fire until fil­ ing begins. Remove cover and w-hen thermometer reaches 234 degrees F. pour about one-third ol the sirup iu a thin stream over the stiffly beaten egg whites, beating constantly. Return sirup to lire and- cook until thermometer registers 240 degrees F. Continue to beat'frostlng while slnip is cooking and when perfect - ''"Krcea is reached beat, in about Monday's Menu liltEAKFAST; California grapen, cereal, crruni; baked French, sirup, milk, coffee Ll.'.VCIlEON: Beef broth, toa.-'tcd rrarkern, .."plnach and cheese salad, brown bread and buttt?r sandwiches, tilled cup cakes, milk, tea. DIN.N'ER: Brown fricassee of veal, mashed potatoe.', baked squash, apple and Spanish onion salad, mince pie. milk, coffee. RUTH DEAN BEAUTY SHOP —Phone 282—, $3.00 Croquignble Pennanents — Special Oil Manicures. 25c All Work Guaranteed Above Shamrock Inn 210 South Washington George R. Hiser and his children, : (Vayne, Gei'ald, Florence and Kath; Wine returned Sunday night from a i short visit w-ith Mr. Hiser's father- i in-law and mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Zimmer in Fort Scott. • Mrs. HIser and her daughter Marjorie. who accompanied them there, remained for a longer stay. Mrs. Zimmer underwent a minor operation Sunday afternoon. half the sirup. Return sirup again to the fire and cook uutil 244 degrees , reached, beating frosting constantly. . Add remaining sirup and beat until the right consistency to spread. Add vanilla after frosting has cooled slightly. ; Do not beat frosting too long. As soon as the glossy look becomes slightly dulled spread on the cake. If over-beaten-the frosting wllldry oiit and "cake." If you put this frosUng In a tightly covered jar you can keep It for several days or a week. Of course you know you can change the flavor of the frosting by using different flavoring ex- tract.s, Miss Moore at the piano. The,following boys comi»se' th.e glee club, Joe Boysr, Austin Heider. Loren and John McCormack. Richard and Ronald Is .'nclair. J. D. Murrow, Lloyd and ndllin Curley, Manin Slders, George Carney. Orvllle Frame, Lawrence and Harold Hardy. All enjoyed the excellent address given bj- Dr. Germane of Columbia university. Misses Hummiston aind Ruth Brown and Floyd Heath wero j dinner guests at Tom Lewis's Sitn- jtlay. • : Mrs. Strough. Miss Margaret Stough and Miss Dorothy Moore nsitcd friends in Cljanule Saturday evening:; \ Mrs. Nannie Hunt and Miss Helen Hunt motored to Prescott and j Plcasanton 'Wednesday on business. The Ladies' Aid presented Mrs. Heath with a lieautlful plant. She is better than she has been, i We made a mistake in our last. ' news. Ml-. Knight of Yates Center, who traded for the Shively residence proi>erty here, will move here but w-ill not take charge "of the Shively garage. George Stone and family left Thursday for Gushing. Okla., wherq they'will make their home. Mr. Stone hasbeen oixirator at the Katy depot for some time. We have not heard who will take his place. Mrs. Fern Goorner called on Mrs. Johnnie WUlianw^Friday afternoon. The Jolly Janes, a club cast of town had an all day meeting and I covered dish luncheon Tuesday, at the home of Mrs. Carney Barr. Tlic meeting was in honor of Mrs. Golda Lamunyon. who Is here from Long I Beach. Calif. Practically everyone ' who ever belonged to the club was present, and It is needless to say they had a delightful time. Mrs. John Bynum is at Lone Elm helping cars for her hew grandson at the Ralph B>-num home. Some of the farmers around town shipped cattle to Kansas City Sunday night. Miss Louise Hummiston spent Thursday and Friday with her amit, Mrs,'*Jerrj- Hackett. John Haberboscla Sr., went to Moran Monday afternoon to see Homer Varner who had suffered a Alva, the; little son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Siders, has been quite sick but is better at present, Mrs. Enima K-lmzey Is at Baldwin. \isitlng her son arid family. Miss Dorothy Lamun.>x)n went to Parsons Friday and visited 'unty?] Sunday with a friend there. Mrs. Bemlcc Anderson and daughter of Kaasas City, Mrs. Geo. Call and Blllle Call of Geneva, spent Sunday at Clifford Calls. Mrs. Mable Merrlfleld attended a slumber party Wednesday night at Mrs. Clovis Rodrock's, given in honor of Mrs. Golda Lamunyon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Isaac. Mrs. Fred Graj-son and Miss Gladys Dickenson were lola-visitors Saturday. Mrs. Emmett Lammij'on attended a bridge party at Wallace McCas- llns In Kincaid Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown of | Elsmore, spent Saturday night and j Sunday at Raj-mond Jaynes. j Misses Arllne jSlnclair and Dorothy . Lamunyori spent Tliursday night at Harry Lamunj-ons In lola. Mr. and Mrs. E\-crett Crabtrce r-ncni Sunday with ^jlatlves in LeRoy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coonfleld and children spent Sunday at the parental Arthur Hutton home, near Bayard, Wayne Drurj' spent the w-eck-end on the farm with his Grandpa Lewis. Harry Cocn and family .spent Sunday with relatives at Klncald. THE stroke of a'lwplcxy since passed aw-ay. Varner' and w-lfe. Mr. -Varner has His son George Uved here until recently.when he inoved t« Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. 'Varner have our sympathy. Curtice Call was absent from school the latter part of the week on account of illness but is back in school. Miss Meribeth Ater spent Thursday night at Ray Shiveleys. •Xhe Ladies' Aid inet -with Mrs. Have you a house for rent? Or for sale?! Want to buy anything? Use the GlBKilflfld columns! In a 'w^ooded suburb of Chicago, adjacent to the beautiful Olympia Grolf Course and directly on the Lincoln High'way, you "will find beautiful Beacon iCity. A| community of canvas cottages, substantially built. A large central pa-dlion and modem plumbing. A spacious dining! hall. A large administration building. All these facilities entirely enclosed to give oxclusivenesa and. privacy. For Beacon City is NOT a public place. Hero you may live happily^and com:- fortably while you attend the greatest of all "World's Fairs. Every convenience will be provided —electric lighis, telephone.^;, mail service, resijderit nurse, officers bii duty day and night, chaperons, park:, ing space, excellent meals and comfortably beds. A 38-minute ride on Ihn lllinoi.s Central electiric line, will take you directly from poacon City to llio verj' gates of the lExpo.sition. No traffic fort—no worry. problcm.s—no tiring cf- LUDEN'S Menthol Cough Drops ONE FEE ^34^ COVERS THE ENTIRE COST MentbershUt includes mials, lodging, parking, daily transportation to and from the Fair, admission to the Fair, daily lectures on" How To See the Fair", and many other privileges. Ask for the Book. 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