Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 17, 1933 · Page 3
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r. Mls^ Margaret Heatpn uid Claude Hcatoa, who live near Brbnson, will be| guests Sunday of their sister, Mrs. W. D. Elder and. her family. Momei^ts Mnslcal Mammoth SDnstrel ^ Memorial Hall, Febmarv Zlst Admission, 10c and 15c 7 Proceeds to Welfaiv Association -Pranfe Pemey of Topeka and Harry jLatlmer of Ottawa, special =iigents'for the Santa Pe, were In Iota Ti ^ui -sday on business. POEhrpUR SUNDAV DINNER Cbcoaiiut Macaroons, Chop Suey Cakes,? Cream Puffs, Pecan Rolls, Coffee;. Cakes, Doughnuts,- Butter r R^lls, lE^t Hearties, Pies, Cookies and C &kjes. I Cnp Cakes, 15c a dozen i ilOLA BAKERY 129 ^^Jaduon Phone 502 ^ l^Irs. Charles Klenzle, who has been staying here the past few days wltih: Mt Klenzle, a patient at St. John's hospital, returned yesterday afternoon to her home in Garnett. —i -Try ; GLOVER'S new car for TAXI SERVICE, 15c. Phone 897. Mrs. H. E. Glover, who has been seriously*ill the past five weeks, is now abl<i to sit up in bed a while each day. William H. Achter of the lola Wholesale Grocery company was In Kansas City yesterday on business. . Mr. arid Mrs. R. A. Lewis and their son Rex of Ottawa will be guebts Sunday of Mr. Lewisi parents Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lewis. Louis Burger of the Wood Furniture company is confined, tp bis home by Illness. ! —Dr. John L. Parkhurst. Dentist, X-ray diagnosis. Mittelbach Bldg. Phone 303. Mrs. J. Friedman and her sister Mrs. Robert Epstein of St. Loute, Mo., arrived last night 1o be guests of Mrs. Friedman's daughter, Mrs. Lo^ Schlanger and her family. Meek's POLLY ANN CAFE Wonderful Food Excellent Service Reasonable Prices Meals 25c and 35c : PHONE 7 90 Mr. and Mrs. Bud Shipp, .who ha'^ been guests of Mrs. Shipp's mother, Mrs.' Emma" HllUker and her sister Mrs. Cary i Shaffer and her family the-past three weeks, will return Sunday to their home in Kansas City. Moments Mnslcal Mammoth Minstrel Memorial Hall, February 2Ist .\dmission, 10c and 15c nigger and Better Than Ever Wrecked Antomobiles. ItEPAIRED i Axles and Wheels Straightened Without Heating j ' Acetylene Welding - I c. c. M CCARTY & SON \ 3i01 South St. Phone 216 Miss Helen Logan will arrive tonight or in the morning from Wichita for a week-end .visit with her : I father C. M. Logan, ;! —New Low Price on Plumbing : I Fixtures. lola Plumbing Co. Ph. H75. J. A. Snyder of Topeka visited a while this morninff with his broth­ er-in-l£^w and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dickensheets. Bin. Louis Rounsavell and her Miss Josephine Grant left Mon- dayj for Kansas. City to be with her aunt, Mrs., V. L. Martin, i'ho is seriously ill in St. Mary's hospital. —fTrue Value and honest serilce. Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. ands Mrs. Lawrence Sicka and their son: Robert, who reside near Vernon, Visited Wednesday: with Mrd, Sicka's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Laymon. Carl Prentice of Independence and Clifford Clay of Cherryvalc were guests^Tu«}sday evening of Mr. Pren. tice!s parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. 'Prentice. - i Any Suit. Dreas or Overcoat Weaned and Pressed Why Take Less for Your Produce? Why Pay More for Your Flour and Feed? We Satisfy Our Customers R. C. McKINNEY FEED STORE Opp. P. O. Phone 389 daughter Frahkle arrived last ing from HumlMldt for a wedc-end visit with M IS.' Rouasavell's father, Dr. C. E. Wood. I —Thor Washers, $5 down and $1 a week. Radio Service Shop. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. UttreU returned last evening from Wichita where they attended a meeting of the Masonic grand lodge bodies. PRICE REDUCTION The A. B, C. Electric IitHier Now Only 939.50 The Hammond Electric Card Table that sbofnes and deals, $22J !0—Free Trial Terms W. H. WOPD FINE FVBNTTVBE ir 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 Mrs. C. B. Tipple will leave this evening for Tulsa where shie will be a week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy StIUweU. —Antrim Wall Paper Store. 219 N. Jefferson. Prices right. Quality right. Service right. Mrs. E. G. Meek and her daughter Miss Nadine left last night tor St. Joseph, Mo., called by the death of Mrs. Meek's mother,, Mrs. Lydia McCleHand. Mrs. William M. Meek and her son Richard of St. Joseph, who have been visiting the past week in lola, accompanied them to their home. ' RUGS! RUGS! —New shipment. Latest designs and colors for less at Curtis'. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Case and E. D. Mxuphy will arrive Sunday afternoon from Independence for an overnight visit with Mr. and.Mrs. Arthur R. Murphy, leaving Monday for Topeka where they will attend the book dealers convention. Arthur R. MiUT)hy is a son of E. D. Murphy and is a brother of Mrs. Al. S. Case. scHA AP AND ne ^Moram JABY17^1988. :—Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. • 35o- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone Wa One Day Service If Desired -Mrs.' Roy Swanson visited Thursday-with Mrs. A. H. Eckland in Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Horton arrived Thursday from.psage. Okla., on business and for::a visit with Mr. i&ortoh's parents, .'Mr. and Mrs. J. Horton. I- ATTENTION Base Burner and Brooder Users. —'We l^ave just recei^'ed a bar of base burner and brooder coal. lola Coal & Junk Co. Phone 317. 409 North Jefferson. • ,|: ! — ; Mr. and. Mrs. M. W. White returned this morning from Kansas Cityj where they attended the automobile show. Mr. White Is proprietor of the White Motor company; ; : FRYER BROS. GROCERY : Com, Iowa Standard, can 5c : sunlight Loaf Cheese. American or Brick, per lb. : Pimento or Swiss, : Fancy Florida Strawberries, 2 boxes for Phone per lb. ...20c .U .23C :...25c 401 I Orel Matney, Russell Brister, and R. B. Northrup attended thie automobile show Wednesday at {Kansas City. — • . , —Typewriters for sale, rent; trade. Williams .Typewriter Co. i Mr. and Mrs. VT. H. King and their children retur^ied Monday evening froiji Port Scott, where they have speiit the past .five weeks with Mr. and Mrs. M. A. 'King and other relatives, - M. A. King is a brother of W. H. King. Da^ cc! Dance! Dance! M. W. A. HALL Saturday, Febniary 18 Music by V. G. Axigc Admission 50c Mr. and Mrs. Ra>'mond Brubaker. Mrsi R. W.^ Brubaker. and Leslie Brubaker of Westphalia .visited Thursday with their parents Mr. andMrs^ J. M. Brubaker, who re- iside' In East Lawn addition., . • ... "7" Mrs. John Hegs and her son John of Humboldt, and Mrs. D. C. Dullea attended the funeral of their cousin Joe Doyle; which was held Tues|day morning at Lawrence. —Mrs. Alta Kinser answers all calls. She, has a Kansas license. Sleeper Mortuary. Miss Madeline Applegate returned Tuesday evening to Kansas City after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Applegate, who reside north of town. FAIR.MONT ICE CREAM Instantaneously your tongue detects the richness of flavor and smoothness of texture that have made Fairmont's Ice Cream outstanding among desserts. Individual Molds for Holiday Parties , Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Shadwick have as their guest their sister-in- law Mrs. J. A. Shadwick of Claremore, Okla., who arrived yesterday. Miss Juanita Stevenson returned this morning from an over-night visit with her uncle and aunt. Mi:, and Mrs. W. H. Kerr, in' LaHarpe. While there she attended a George Washington tea at the Kerr home and the LaHarpe high school-Uri- i«ntown high school basketball game. SALE Cleaning and Pressing One More Day & 4 Garments $1.10 1 Garment 29c All Work Guaranteed CUT RATE CLEANERS 109 West St.—Phone 775 Irlr. and Mrs. Fred Reeder, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McOlnnis the past two weeks, left this morning for their home in Bevery. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brown will have as their gueists Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boeken and their daughter Maude of LaHarpe. Attention Teachers. —Tlie Register Job Department will no^' be open during noon ho}irs and Saturday afternoons. Mrs. W. M. Wells and her daughter Miss JosephUie will return home Saturday from Kansas City where Miss Josephine has been going through the clinic at the Bell/Me- morialihospital. Mr. Wells will drive to Kansas City in the morning for them, i CAR NEEDS ~ FOR WINTER New Skid-Safe Tires. Battery Recharged. New Battery. Radiator Cleaned end Repaired. Brakes Adjusted. Motor Tuned. Remove Carbon and Grind Valves. Generator and Starter Checked. Adjust Carburetor. Install a Heater, etc. SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Lorene Piatt, granddaughter of Sam Malcom, will undergo an operation for the removal of a goitre Sat^ urday morning at St. John's hos- jpital. Mrs. Phillip Sicks returned home today from St. John's hospital where she underwent a major operation about two weeks ago. | —For Sale: Dr. Mitchell's Pontiac Coupe, household furniture, office and medical equipment.—Arthur I* Middleton, Admr. Mrs. Gene Bryant of Moran will be a guest tonight of Mrs. W. R. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Victor K'rk and their daughters Emclie and Jacqueline, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kirk and,tK'<<- daughter Evelyn Ruth returned last night from Wichita where they u„- tended a meeting of the Masonic grand lodge bodies. The Powder Puff Beauty Shop —has Installed a new REALISTIC, Croqulgnole Permanent Wave Machine. Mrs. J. D. Amett. Phone 168. Altis L. Ellis, Ploj-d Braswell, and Russell Boyer of the Ellis Motor company attended the automobile show yesterday in Kansas City: C. O. CoghiU, nmnager of the Grennan Produce company, attended a second district jneeting of the Kansas car lot poultry and egg shippers j*esterday afternoon and evening at the Besse hotel in Pittsburg. Mrs. John Applegate is ill with pneumonia at her home north of town. Victor Brown, who has been ill the past three weeks. Is gradually improving, his father Herbert Brown said today. Mrs. Bud Hiu'ley attended.a club meeting ' Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dene Gillum in Moran. Mr. and Mrs. Faye Mitchell of Nevada. Mo., and Sheriff and Mrs. Bud Hurley went to Lansing and Kansas City today on business. Fighting to the last. Ernie Schaaf, Boston heavyweight, died quietly following an operation oh his brain to remove a blood clot after his recent battle with Primo jCaniera in New York. His mother, with whom he is shown above at their Lake Pearl, Wrentham, Mass., suirimer home, was at his bedside. Camera Is faced with homicide charges. ELM CREEK Ally Dress, Suit tr.Coai Gleaned and Px«6sed 35c Let iis Clean and Sepalr all I thCBe old garments now! I SPOTLESS CLEANERS Phone 797 111 j W. Madison lola friends of Mrs. Mattie Thayer Gilbert have received word from members of the family that she Is : j in a critical condition and that her death might be expected at any moment. Mrs. Gilbert's home Is at Alameda. Wash. She was a daughter of the E. J. Thayer family, for many years conspicuous in lola This week was an. anniversary witli Mri J. A. Fleming, principal of the; jlola ihigh school and dean of the Iola| Junior college. It was this weok ^ In i914 that he first began teaching ' in lola as the principal of a ward icht^ol. After two years-here he went elsewherJB but returned In 1926 to lola and has been here ever since, dolug £ >ery high class of work and being at this time principal of the bigh school and dean of the college. His ilola friends win hope for many mopi useful years for him in our 6Ch<ioIs..' church and social circles, and there are many amons the old timer.? who will read the report of her Illness with sincere regret. UQUID—T^LETS—SALVE Checks Colds first day. Headaches or Nenralgia in 30 mitmtes. Malaria bik 3 days. 666 SALVE for Head Colds Most Speedy Remedies Known (Alice Provancha. Feb. 14.—Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Hlser and Mr. and Mrs. John ham spent Sunday evening at.. Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Overmeyer's. Mr. and Mrs. Earl MclntjTe and baby and^ Mr. and Mrs; Johnny Champ [were Sunday callers at the J. S. Oyermeyer home: Mr. and Mrs. Bert Zinc and children were Simday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sher- riU. • i . Mr. arid Mrs. Lafe Conover were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sherrill Saturday. Billy Stafford spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. jW. S. Drake. | Mr. and Mrs, E. C. Cannon and and daughter Virginia of lola were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Provancha and family. ' Elm Cre^k school had the riils- fortune to break the perfect attendance record during the storm. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Provancha, Victor, Alice, and Earl Provancha, were Sunday afternoon callers at the George I Balla home. Mr. Lee Hamilton was a caller at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer ProvffjjcMa iSunday momlng. Mr. and Mrs. George Tippin and daughter Nannie of Geneva, and Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Remsberg and son Jimmie were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Newman Crowell and son Willard. (Too Late for Last Week.) Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hamilton have moved to a farm southeast of lola. Flo>-d Lake was a visitor at the Elm Creek school last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Sherrill called on Mrs. Eva Tawney Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Drake spent Smiday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ewing. ^ • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Milton were Sunday supper guests at the W. S. Drake home. Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Andrews were Friday supper guests [of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Drake. There was no school at Elrii Greek Tuesday and Wednesday on account of the severe weather. E. C. Cannon had the misfortune to lose a hog in the storm. N. I. Crowell and Willard were callers at the F. E. Provancha home Wednesday afternoon. Willard Crowell is making a trip to Manhattan with County Agent Dan Braum. : Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Provancha called on Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cannon and family of lola Wednesday afternoon. A. small ad m the Classified col- uinns often puts over a big deal. THE TURN OF THE YEAR SCOTLAND Feb. 14.—Mrs. Chapman entertained the following guests at dinner Sunday, Mrs. D. H. Pheobus and Roy Hurt, Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson and Loyd, Mr. and Mrs- Will Huss, Maryln and Don, Delmar Moore and Velma Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Lowo attended teachers meeting at lola a week ago Saturday, Our mail service did not reach here foir several days last week on accoimt of the severe cold weather and snow drifts. Delmar Moore spent, the week-end with Don Huss. Those calltag at H. D. Barnetts here Monday, were, 'Will Huss and Maryln, G. D. Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Strubhart and Velma Anderson. Miss Andei^son gave a Valentine party at the schoolbouse Tuesday afternoon. Dainty refreshments were served and the time pacged with games and a Valentine box. MOTOR OIL 1 GaUon . 45c 5 Gallons $1.75 Tractor OH 1 Gallon ...,. i . SOe 5 Gallons $1J39 : Guaranteed 100% Pure Paraffin Base IDEAL GARAGE 210 N.Washington Phone 174 S-SESSSA PUIS to JM «ad MMA) r BMKeiSTt ITBtTVBV with ilC5.<;. »i m i- Z ywK turn . year always of I iic'present economic disturbs bring? ;ancc, wc have endeavored t6 it a feeling of hopeful-1 keep your telephone service " ' t is 3 i at a high level of efficiency. It is not for us to forecast the trend of business in 193.). But, whctiier conditions improve, or continue at the cur- By custom alfo of inventory. A ^-car's cperalions arc closed. What was tiie result > •or most of u.<; in Kansas, Vi'c in the telephone business were no exception. Like many other businesses our earnings, were not sufficient io pa.v. all of the costs of furnishing service. The end of tlic year found us wiih appro.ximatcly 18,00C> fewer tclephcmcs in service llirougliout llic slate. Also, one niillion fewer long distance \calls were made b.y Kansans. This resulted iri a , substantial decrease in revcr nucs with which to meet payrolls, ta.xcs and interest on- the money needed to operate the business. The year saw more economies instituted to offset, as far as possible, the drop caused by lost business. Every employee of the tele-, phone company, from top t!o bottom, .went on a schedule of part-time work. By so doing, it Was possible to avoid adding to the ranks of the unemployed. I However, the picture of| 1932 is not aRogethcf gloomy. We believe you will agree that your telephone service is good. The efforts of telephone workers were directed to this end. Despite the handicaps imposed by the as elsewhere, 1952 was a ycar^rcnt low level, the telephone if problems. [company will carry on «ith other Kansas industries.. Telephone employees, more than 2.200 of them', will still be spending their pay in Kansas. They will put back into circulation through this channel alone, a substantial part of the money jou pay for your telephone service. The telephone company in Kansas will pay out in taxes nearly one million dollars. Thus, another large slice of the telephone dollar will help, defray the expenses of federal, state and local governments. For liiany years wc have had liigh faith in the stability and growth of Kansas. Wc have backed that faith by raising the necessary money to erect the telcplione plant \Vhich ser\-ea 88 towns and cities and pro\-ides much of the long distance telephone ser\'ice which Kansans use. The rigorous experiences of the last three years have not shaken our belief in the future of Kansas. We intend to go forward, along with other Kansans, in the firm conviction that gradiially we sliall work our way out of the difficulties of these days. i F. X. MOORE, District Manager. SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY NEVSOF COLONY Junior High School Stndeots il^tcr- tained at tlie Home of Miss! • Nadine Fo^enian. TOLONY, Feb. 17-<!larence Bel- volr made a business trip to Gamett Wednesday iaftemoon. , Mrs. John Mosing, Wade,; Ada and Pted Mosing, and Lorratae Townsend were Ibla visitors Wednesday afternoon. The Junior high school students were guests at a Valentine party at the home of Nadine Fogleman Monday night. Valenthie games and refreshments were enjoyed. Those In attendance Included: Misses Capl- tola Wilson, Geneva Bible, Mary Ward, Louise MIze, Sadie Peek, Addie Marie Hill, Edna Mae Caldwell, Iiovlna Gobdell, Madge Belvolr, Dodo Johns and Nadine Fogleman; Messrs. O. M. Welch, Bobby Lee Brooks, Billy Thompson, Billy Wells, Fred MOsIng, Hugh Owens, Paid Henderson, Paul Gregg, Harold Yckum, Iiowell Martin, Phillip Murphy, Dean and Gene Chatterton, Marlpn and Argyle Dryden. Miss Sophia Donica Mildred, spent Sunday evening with her cousin, Mrs. Lilai Culler. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Church, Lone Elm, were Colony visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Golden. Carl Ellis Golden and Donna Wilmoth were lola visitors Wednesday evening. C. W. KcUy, R. M. O-Harra, A. P. HUiskey and R. M. McCaughey were business visitors In lola yesterday. The baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Brickey was bom at the Epworth hospital in Liberal on Sunday, and weighed eight! pounds and three dunces. She was named Frances Loree. Mrs. Brickey is the sister of B. K. Stanford of lola. Henry Scully has returned from Kansas City where he spent a week doing research work In the public library. He spent a day with Prof. S. G, Laird, In Lawrence, also. Thle Kensington club enjoyed a pleasant afternoon at the P. S. Denney home Wednesday, as gvests of Mrs. Alta Gourtright. Games, fancy work and a jig-saw puzzle furnished the entertainment. At a late hour the hostess feerved daicious refreshments. Mrs. Hurd. oif Rockford, HI., and Mrs. Ray Garrison were guests. The following members were present.: Mrs. D. D. Wiimoth. Mrs. Ernest Yokum, Mrs. W. "O. Wilson, Mrs. H. R. Rhodes, Mrs. L. T. Barrop, Miss Maude Francis. |Mrs. L. B. M!V ler, Mrs. H.| D. Swickard. Mrs. H. J. Denton, Mrs Will Henderson. Miss Prankie Dysart and Mrs. W. M. Varner. The next meeting will be at the Molesworth home, February 23. with Miss lyankle Dysart as hostess. Mrs. George Ewen entertained the Younger Set club ab a Valentine party at her home Wednesday afternoon. The Valentine idea was carried out!in the games and refreshments.! Mrs. Vem Wilmoth, Mrs. Ernest Johns and Mrs. O. F. Haas were guests. The following HW MUCH BTTjEMaOCAN PESO -WORTH W US MONEYl? (Answers wUI be found on Page 6) members attended: Mrs. Leo Scully, Mrs. Clarence Colton, Mrs. J. R. Newlon, Mrs. Herbert' Henderson, Mrs. Charles Schalnost, Mrs. Ted Curtis, Mrs. Wilbur Boone, Mrs. Charles Short, Mrs. Clarence Laey, Mrs. Clyde Hamilton. Mrs. Leroy Barron, Mrs. V6mon Chatterton and the hostess. The next meethig will be with Mrs. Florence Jackson on March 1. Mrs. George Ewen was elected club reporter. Ed Baugh, Pleasanton, was a Colony visitor, yesterday. Misses Alta Argo. Ruby Crawford. Emma Hamilton. Beula Moore and Frances Swickard. attended a show in lola Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Martin were charivaried by a large crowd Wednesday night. : Dr. C. W. Jackson and O. R. Stilwell were bustoess visitors in G K nett, Wednesday, i The Home Makers club met with Mrs. O. R..Stlllwell Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Caldwell was in charge of the program which concerned Washington, Lincoln, and Roosevelt. MLss Eurilce Caldwell was a guest. Members present were: Mrs. W. I. Caldwell. Mrs. D. P. Porter, Mrs. Ellis Golden, Mrs. O., P. Haas. Mrs. Josh Mattox. Mrs. Fred Schalnost, Mrs. O. R. Stillwell, Mrs. O. G. Smith. Mrs. Ed Metcalf. Mrs. Ed Hunzicker. Mrs. Marie Rariek. Mrs. S. A. Roberts. Mrs.'"Laura Owens. Mrs. Frank Johnson and Mrs. L. O. Nickels. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ellis Golden on March 15. Mrs. Millie Russman and A. H. Martin were imited in marriage by Probate Judge L. H. Spohn in Garnett, Wedneslay afternoon. They will reside at the home of the bridegroom's sister. Mrs. Smith Culler. 55c 5 Gal. Gasoline All Taxes Paid __ (Not Cheap 3rd Grade) VINE OIL & GAS CO. state and Lincoln lola, Kans. PAGE THREE ODENSE Febi 13.-i;PaiiIine HawUnson and Beverly Johnson were supper guestk of Virginia Lee Johrison oh her birthday, January 25. i Miss Blanche I Cuppet and'Evaiis Myaatt' spent ^he week-end "with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Saving and fanJ- iiy. • i . • ^ . I Mr. andl Mrs. Wendell: Jbhnsoh and Mrs. tr. S. Peck were shopptag In Chanut4 JViday afternoon; Mrs. Millard Howerton arid son Bernard spent a few days »at tl^e home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. 'W. Answin,. of Chanuie. George Blackburn visited at the Cuppet horae Sunday afternoon. Miss Gladys Nelson was a supper guest at the home of Beverty Johnson, Friday fevenlng. Mr. and jilrs. V. E. Johnson and family had Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs .i Ernest Smart and family. DIxine iMcPheeters Is absenti from school bejcauise of Illness. We hope for her, la speedy recovery.^ Mr. and IJJrs. R. Howerton- and Ruby were Sunday dinner guest§ of Mr. and Mrsi Van Britt and fa;tnlly. Vh-ghila Lee Johnson spent Sunday afterpoori with her grandmother. Mrs. Dojia Wedlri. Ruby Howerton has.been absent from school, i ' ; - Mr. ax\d Mrs. Herbert Johnson assisted MrJ ; and Mrs. Kenneth Swanson with their butchering Monday' afternoon. Miss Ruby Wlttsell visited school Monday. , J. Merton Coilwell Was an overnight guest at the home of his sister, Mrs. G: H. Cation, Frid^. Mr. and Mrs. V. L, LaughUn of Longton, Kas., visited over <the week-end with their son and Wife. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Laughlln. ; Mr. and MrsJ Kenneth Swank>n spent Sunday aftemoon with Mr. and Mrs. H.O. I Cation. Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Weiidell Johnson and family were: Mr. and Mrs. V.- L. Laughlln, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Laugh- Un, M I-, and Mrs. W. J. McClain. Gladys, Victor. John, Carl and Verle Nelson, and Mr. and Mrs.. V. S. Peck and Anna Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cation ^nd Floye Celeste, and Mr. and Mrs,' A. B. DeMerritt and Roma Darlpne called at the parental Colwell home Sunday evening to visit Mr. &nd Mrs. Dwight Gates who are returning to Anthony, Kansas, after a visit here. . ; FEWER SCHOOL DAYS; LOST DUE TO COLOk Greensboro, N. C—Tests among: hundreds of children show a saving of almast two-thirds of time out from school due to colds I—with the new Vicks Plan for better Control of Colds. How to follow the Flan is explained In each package of Vlcks VapoRub and the new Vicks Nose & Throat Drops. 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I Get Sensation KWIK-Di^IP Coffee at your independent grocer's todliyJ A blend ^bf five different coffees, each the best 89c DRIP^O-LATOR FdrOnly 47c 'Solid aluminum, eleven' inches high, full 6-cup capacity—nationally advertised at 89c. Now lybura for only 47c—• < with the purchase of a ' one-pound can of Sensation KWIK-DRIP Coffee. Enjoy this flawless coffee at no higher price per cup than cheap "Santos." See your independent grocer. grade from Central and Sc^th America, ^uper- vacuiun-packed. No bther "grind"—no so-^:aUed "drip" c6ffee-^-can give you I high altitude" enjoyment. The p[. D. LEE MercanWe go^, Kansas City, Salina equally fine SPECIALLY PREPARED,BY EXCLUSIVE PROCESS, f Oft ORIPPr

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