Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 20, 1933 · Page 3
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I(^A, KANSA^i THE IQKA DAILY REGISTER. MONDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 20. 1933 ! . • ^ m PAGE THREE H I Dr, :and Mrs. G. S. Lambeth and their aaughtef Mlssj Mary BeU were In Kansas City Friday on business. NeUon Wilkinson -returned Friday fiVening to hisjhome in Kansas Clty.iafter a few days' visit with his sister. Mrs. J. A. Morrison and her family.' i Attention Teachers. -4 The Register Job Department will now be open during noon hours and (Saturday aftertioons. v John Brazee and his son John Jr., Teturjied ; Saturday evening irom Kansas City where John Jr. underwent an operation for a nasal ailment! Friday. While there they attend^ the automoljlle show. James Hamilton arid Fr^nk Brod- *rfcTv>t »imArf ! SatUT'^"^' IpT'ATiinff trjp from a business City. to Kansas j FAIEMONTS Frozen Fresh Strawberries' and Raspberries arc now on saif. at all the leading grocery stores Mrs; M. A. Bauman and her children. jMa.tj' and Harold, and Maude Park, who 11%'e west of town, were dinner guests Saturday noon of Mrs. feauman's mother Mrs. J. H. Round, arid her grandmother Mrs. A. J. An-- dersbn. | —Dr. H. L. Lacy, ^Dentist; Office 0%'er Brown's Dnisr Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lower who reside southeast of to^Ti, had as their guest^i for the weekjend MisS Helen Adkn^ iMlss Ruth^ Adams, Lloyd Welclj, and Russell BarUett,. all of Moran. I . . > j Mtss Delore Gammon and Mr. i and Mr& ]P. C. Hotzcl of Emix)rla' \isjted their parents. Mr. and Mrs. j Robert Trottibold of Topeka spent the week-end with Ills family. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd N. Kelley entertained Mr. and Mrs. James LeValley and their children of LeRoy, at dinner last evening. —Antrim Wall Paper Store, 219 N. Jefferson. Prices right. Quality right. Service right. M, H. Abts attended the automobile show Saturday at Kansas City. Mrs. Henderson Mitchell went to Parsons today on business in connection with the A. b. U.-W.:^ : : Why Not Entertain : Yonr Friends Here? Special Arrangements : may be made without extra charge : Meek's POLLY ANI4 CAFE Telephone 790 ' Mrs. Ralph Benjamin and her daughter Helen of Gamett visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I.-P. I Benjamin. —Reliable ser\-jce of highest character. Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. William Breshears of St. Louis, Mo., were guests Sunday of Mrs. Breshears's brother W. S. Campbell and liis family. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kirk returned from Kansas City where they attended a banquet of the Red Cross of Constantlne at six-thirty o'clock Saturday night at the Savory hotel. C. S. Gammon, over the week-end. SPECIAL This Week Only! Curtain Laundering , Two 2'-:-yd. panels Washed and Stretched 35c Ruffled Crl.ss C^ass 50c per nindow lOLA LAUNDRY Phone 102 SHE SAVED ROOSEVELT FROM SHOTS Mrs. W. F. Cross, above, of Miami. Fla., will be known, to historians as the woman whose presence of mind saved the life of Presljlent-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt. Mrs. Cross grabbed the Arm In which Gulsepiie Zangara held the pistol as he shot at the president-elect and deflected his aim. The I .sliots went wild and struck Mayor Anton J. Ccrmak of Chicago and^ four i ether persons. The photograph was taken Immediately after the shoot- I Ing by newsreel cameramen for Hearst iWetrolone-Pox Movietone News. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Armel and j their children, and Mrs. F. D. Culver ; I spent Sunday with Mr. Armei's .sls- ' : tcr, Mrs. W. T. Gar\'ie and her fnm- ; i lly, in Humboldt. 5 Regular •Meeting : Monday Night, 8 p. m. i Memorial Hall EARL HUNTER, P. C. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Toedman o: • Enid. Okla.. formerly of lola, an, nounc« the birth February 17 of a i 6>.t:-pound. son whom they have named Gordon Reld. —Call us for quick PliimbingScrv- Mr. and Mrs. John Hicks, and i ice. Tola Plumbing Co. Phone 1175. the^r children Johnfile and Doris of j — CoffeyvlUe were guests Thursday of | Mr. and Mrs. L P. Benjamin had Mrs. .iCicks's sis.ter. Mr.s.. H. T. Up-| as their guests for the week-end I shawiand her family, who live north of ioj^-n. Mr. and Mrs. Carl. Huckleberry and their childreri moved to a farm located southwest of tovm Thursday from-'.their,former residence In La- Han^; Mr. Huckleberrj- Ls a salesman! for the Bud White Motor company. GREENES CASH GROCERY Apricots,' Blackberries, Peaches or Pears, No. 10 can ' 3 for SLOO — PHONE 417 I _1 • Mrs. Homer Benjamin and her children of Gamett. Miss Edna Lantrum, a teacher in the Edwardsville high school, spent the Week-end with her parents. Professor and Mrs. Lantrum, and friends. '•FRANK SEZ":, Often we can save you money • by adding many months of service I to a farm implement you think is ' worn out. Plow shares, cultivator shovels, discs, etc. Frank Lawyer's Repair Shop Blacksmlthing. Welding, Machine and Woodwork 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pettlt of I Parsons visited Sunday with Mrs. , Mr. and Mrs. MjTon McCormlck. i Tettlfs mother, Mrs. Hattle Kuii- who have been guests of Mrs. Mc-! I'-elman and her family. Cormick's parents Mr. and Mrs. „ „, ,„ ~ ^ John Crouthers the past few days, ,„^'^;,?; returned Sunday evening to their home in Kansas City. •Tliomas Milne of Ponca City,; ter of Mrs! Olcla., spent the week-end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Milne. J For Finance Commissioner. - I wish to announce my candidacy tor nomination to the office of Finance' Commissioner subject to the will of the voters In the coming primary. 'Your votes will be appreciated. P. B. MURDOCK. •;Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wood will return early In the morning from Kansas City where they purchased fjirnlture for the Wood Furniture siore. They visited Sunday with ' relatives In Ljiwrence. '. Glen Dickinson of LawTcnce. theater operator, was in town today on business. ^ AXMINSTER RUGS ' $nM Up- New Patterns Large Selection — Easy Terms Free Delivery W. IL Wood Fine Furniture Store 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190 Major T.F. Llmbocker and W. E. ter Miss Lorene of Chanute were guests today of Mr. and Mrs. Lenelle H. Vamer. Mrs. 'Vamer is a daugh- Wamer. —New Midget Radios. $1350. Henninger's Furniture Store. The Rev. and Mrs. W. P. "Wharton and Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Finley were guests la.st evening of Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Reed. Miss Karj'I V. Dugan and Miss Clydeen Stand, who have been guests of Mrs. Dugan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George; Dugan over the week-end, returned to Chanute today where they are employed at the Southwestern Bell Telephone office. SALE! FREE! RUGS! RUGS! —New shipment. Latest designs and colors for less at Curtis's. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard and their daughter Miss Betty and their son Delmar of Topeka visited Sunday with Mrs. Howard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Northrup, and other relatives. Miss Opal Stanfield arrived this morning from Chanute to be a «nirst of Miss Marie Davis and Miss Ma-i- anna Ralston. - > FRYER BROS. GROCERY Mackerel, 8-oz. fLsh. 3 for ...25c Pickwick Coffee, Special for Tuesday, per lb 28c Small Prunes, per lb 5c Fresh Side or Pork Shoulders, per pound 5c Cren^e Oil Soap, per bar 5c Phone 401 Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Mitchell visited Sunday with Mr. Mitchell's mother, Mrs. Allie MitcheU. in Osa- watomle, and with his aunt. Mrs. Ollie Splllman, in Blue Mound. Howard Bell of Kansas City visited his parents: Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bell over the week-end. Any Suit. Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed -35c- One Garment Cleaned and Pressed Free with every 3 Garments at the regular price of 35c CUT R.\TE CLEANERS 109 West St. Phone 775 ' Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Funk, who reside in Sterling Heights, had as their guests for Sunday Mr. and .^Rundall made a business trljb" to | ^^ii^ "T. R. p -ton of lOngman: Mrs •Kansas City Saturday. : The Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Wliar- ton had as their guests over, night Friday, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Sea- Ton, and Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Hoxie, . of Spencer, Iowa, who drove through •lola on their way to LouLslana. Mr.. .'Seatoii is Mrs. Whai^on's brother. ; SOUTH STATE GROCERY 410 South State St. Phone 970 Tomatoes, 4 No. 2 cans for 25c .Small ones, each 5c _CocoaMalt (Puzzle Free) 45c Sun Maid Raisins, 2 lbs., ; cellophane ..' 18c Edgemont Graham Crackers, _ •; 1-pound pkg. 18c Quaker Oats, small 8c. large .. 15c _ Pure Strained Honey. 22 oz. ..19c 3 Heinz Tomato Juice .25c Fresh Hamburg, 2 lbs ....15c Bacon; sugar cured. 2 lbs 25c Vanilla Wafers, 2 lbs j.. .35c jVuit-Jell. any flavor, eacli .;..5c . Grapefruit. 7 for 25c ' Oranges, nice size, juicy, 12 for 19c -Mr. arid Mrs. W. F. Blaine, who ; have been guests of Mr. Blaine's sister Mrs, C. E. Pennington and her family the past two weeks, left yesterday for their home in Delta, Colo. J. C Blaine and hla son • Roderick of Prazeyburg. Qhio. who "also havie been visiting in the Pen- nlngton borne the past two weeks, r and Mrs. C. E. Pennington accomp- ^ allied them home for a sliort stay. Beula Funk of, Coliunbus; Mr. and .Mrs. Foster ^Punk and Mr. and Mrs. LcRoy Ayers of LaHarpe; and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Muer and their son, Gary of lola. REGISTRATION NOTICE. —To the Electors of the City of lola, Kansas: You are hefeby notified that the books for the reglstra- ! tion of voters will be kept open be- ;tween the hours of eight o'clock jA. M. and ten o'clock P. M.. each day. Sunday and February 22nd ex- cepetd. from the twentieth day of February' to the tliird day of March, ' 1933, and that said registration books will be closed on the last named day at ten o'clock P. M. If you have never jegistered in the City of lola. and have lived in the ward thirty days or more and In the State six months or more and have attained the age of twenty-one years, you must register before you are eUgible to tote. If you failed to vote at the last General election in November, 1932, and have not registered since, you must re-register. If you have moved from the house or street number where you lived when you last registered, you must re-register. If you have changed yoiu: name, you must re-register. If you are of foreign birth, you must present your natturallzation papers in order to register. • Any" person desiring to register must appear in person at my office In the City Hall. T. E. 8HANAHAN, City Clert. ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 : : One Day Son'lce If Desired : Mrs. L. L. Donald and her children of Independence were guesta Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Curtis and George Donald. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McKlriney. Miss Ruth Bishop, and Rclmert Hanson spent Sunday at-Parsons as guests of Dr. and Mrs. Ellis Mc- Klimey. SEEDS Garden and Flower Blue Grass and'White Clover Everblooming Roses about Mar. 1 We Test Our Seeds WISHARD SEED CO. lola, Kansas Mrs. Sadie C, May arrived Sunday from Kansas City, Kas., for an indefinite visit with her son Charles May and his family. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dean visited Sunday with Mrs. Dean's sister, Mrs. Arch Jackson and her family and with Mr. and Mrs. George Evans in Chanute. GREENE'S CASH GROCERY Apricots. Blacklierries. Peaches of Pears, No. 10 can ' 3 for SLOO PHONE 417 Mrs. A. E, Harman. who lives southwest of town, was the winner of the radio given away by Wallar's Palace Drug store. During the past few rnonths the store has been giving keys to each of their customers purcliasing merchandise valued at 25c or more. The person holding the key that imlocks a cert^ta padlock at the Store was the prize winner. CONSTIPATION 6 YEARS, TROUBLE NOW GONE John J. Davis liad chronic constipation for six years. By using Ad- lerika he soon got rid of it. and feels like a new person. Adlerika is quick acting—«afe. Wallar's Palace Drug Stores. Mrs. W. F. Gwilllm, cast of La- HariK', reports; that 220 EnglLsh White Leghorn^ chicks were hatched at |her farm .last Wednesday. Donald Guess . returned this mdmlng to Port Scott after a weekend visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Guess. -!-Our reiJttation Is : your assurance. Sleeper. Mortuary. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Mitchell and their children, and Sam Kindlg ol Kansas City, Kas.v were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kin­ dlg.' Mr. and Mrs. Klndig are the parents of Mrs. Mitchell and of Sam Kindlg. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Wilson and theiir children Warren Jr. arid Marion of LawTcnce stopped in lola Sunday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. i L. Wilson^ on their way to San Angelo, Tex., to make their home. CHECK YOUR BATTERY And you 'll avoid being i stalled out In "no man's land" because of a dead I battery. Batteries tested free of charge Low prices on new plates SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff.—Phone 80 Mrs. G. E. Pendarvjs returned today from Chanute where she has been visiting her mother, Mrs. J. N. McDonald, who is ill, and reports her improving. Mr. and Mrs. Pius Durbln visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Craigg In Moran. —Try GLOVER'S new car for TAXI SERVICE. 15c. Phone 897. Frank G. Lawyer, proprietor of the Lawyer Repair shop, was able to be. at his work today after being crfnflned to his home with Influenza the i past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Donald ol Erie visited Sunday with Mrs. Donald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Willett, and Mr. and Mrs. B. W-Curtis and George Donald. C. P. Donald is a brother of Mrs. Curtis and George Donald. New Face Powder Increases Beauty New, wonderful MELLO-GLO face powder reproduces the lovely bloom of youth. Made by a new French process It spreads smoothly, stays on longer, hides tiny lines and wrinkles, prevents large pores, banishes ugly shine. No irritation with purest jface powder known, no "pasty" look. Delightfully fragrant. Start ^ vrith MELLO-GLO today. 50c and j $1.00. tax free. Brown's Drug Store.! Beware tbe Congh or On persistent coughs and colds lead to •erious trouble. You can stop themiurw widi Creomolsion, an emulsified creosote that is pleasant to take. Creomulsion is a new medical discovery with two-fold action; it soothes and neals the inflamed membranes and inhibits germ growth. Of all known drugs, creosote is recognized by high medical authorities as one of the greatest healing agencies for per- sistjent coughs and colds and other forms of throat troubles. Creomulsion contains, in addition'to creosote, other healing de­ ments which soothe and heal the infected metnbranesandstop the irritation and inflammation, while the creosote goes on to thejstomacb, is absorbed into the blood, attacks the scat of the trouble and checlu the! growth of the germs. Creomulsion is guarante<xl satbf actory in the treatment of persistent coughs and colds, bronchial asthma, bronchitis and other forms of reepiratdry diseases, and it excellent for bnilding up the system after colds or flu. Money refunded if tm cougk or cold, no matter of howlong standing, is not relieved after taking according todirections, Askyonr^gpist. (.Adv.) CRESCENT VALLEY .?cb. 14 .-About' fifty friends anil rielghbotB of Mr. and. jars. Will Wadlcy gathered at their home with well filled baskets and surprised them Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wad.- ICy kre leaving this commtmlty soon as they have rented a fanh west of Hurafljoldt. The writer in behalf of the community wishes them well in their new hoine. ' Mr and Mrs. Fcni Doty and sons, Neal, were Monday supper guests at the Frank Doty home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles fiau- aiwi family visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gardner and Laura, lola. |Mr. and Mrs. J. P. 'Wmhlte and Mr. and Mrs. Will Rdnslck and BlUy \-isited Sunday afternoon at Gas. with Mr. and Mrs. Eli EUswortl:. Mr. Ellsworth who was recently injured in an automobile accident Is making a satisfactory reco\-ery. Mrs. Mildred Newton called on MLsT Fern Moore Sunday evening. Mrs. H. A. Harwood left Suiiday for Hugo. Okla., to be present at the flfcleth wedding anmversary of her parents. , Mrs. McEwen and grandchildren are staying at the Harwood home during her absence. . Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Endicott visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Eli Ellsworth, Gas. Mrs. Mary Peake, Mrs. E. J. Ron- .sick and Mrs. Will Ronslck were Monday dinner guests at the J. P. Wtllhlte home. Mrs. WUlard Eastham called In the afternoon.. Miss Mabel Bair, Clarence Wol- kcn, Chanute, and Mr. and Mis. Ted Pcritlns spent Sunday evening at the Henrj- Perkins home hi Humboldt. ^ RQCKLOW Feb. 18.— Mr. and Mrs.'Ed Eastwood and family, Mr. and Mrs. WUI Deer and fanUly, spent Saturday evening at George Heckenllable's. Mr. and Mrs.!Carl. Anderson and Donald spent Sunday at the parental Reuben Heeder home at Ft. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Reeder came boJBie with them forj a week's visit. of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carl Ea&twood spent Everett Mr. and Mrs. Johni Grubaugh and Nabnie were Siinday dinner guests Gall! West, ierson and Mrs. Ed lUrsday with Mrs. Milwaukee, Wis.—Ho hum: Joseph Obenbergcr, returned home from high school, tossed his books aside, and yawned so liard he dislocated his shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. Will De^r and family Spent Wtednesda:^ ,With thch- daughter, Mrs. Georg^ Ard and Mr. Ard. Mr. and Mrs. George Heckenll- able, Opal and Nadja, Allen and Chester Rearrick, spent Tuesday evening at 'Will Duggan's. Gale West, Carl Anderson. Ed Eastwood, Bay Sylvester and Lon- nle Reeder helped Tom Russell move into our district Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Heckenliable, Ruth, Opal and Nadja, spent Thursday evening at Will Deer's. •Miss Mildred Homer, who it- teaching school at Cedarvale. l; spending the week-end with her mother, Mxs. Chas. Homer, and sister, Mrs. Waltei^ Stewart. Our teacher. Miss Ruth Heckcnli- able, and pupils had a Valentine party Tuesday afternoon and Invited the patrons of the district. They were entertained by ^ngs, races, gtiitar, harp and banjo tike music. The Valentine box was opened and Valentines were given out to the children, then Miss Ruth Hecken- Ilable served fruit sala<i. whipped cream and cake to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eastwood,' Wilma, Wilbur and Dee, Mr. and Mrs. Will Deer, Percy, Everett, Doris, Beula, and Lucille, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duggah and Clair. Mrs. Carl Ander­ son and Donald, nle Reeder,and Mrs. George Nadja Allen. Mr. er. Jack. George and' Vcmabelle Duggan, Anna Johnson, Dorothy mcr and Lester IMr. and Mrs. Lon- children, 'iSr. and Hecjcenliable, Opal and and Mrs. R. Reed- Roy, Irvln. Esther ICrone, Mrs. WUI Jackson, Dorothy Heckenllable, Del- iRearrick. Hutchinson—Ej ered to policif nation that feaif leged theft of and c)ne half thivn a prison car, rented from was recovered iii J. Mattal surrend- h(ire with the expla- of arrtst for ala motor car tliree yeiars ago was worse sentence. The motor a Hutchinson firm, Texas. BAKING POWDER 6conomicalr&fidenf SAME PRICE AS 42 YEARS AGO ounces MrtLIONS OF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOV ERNMENT DONT TRIFLE WITH CONSTIPATION Kellogg's ALL-BRAN Brings I ' Relief Constipation gets its grip on a person almost unawares, ft; often starts wiih such little things. Head-, aches. Listlessness. Bad cqmplex- loni Ui^leasant breath. .If unchecked, it may seriously impair your health. Fortunately, you can avoid this danger fey eating a delicious cereal. Laboratory tests shov^ that Kellogg's ALL-BRAN provides two thibgs needed to overcome caramon constipation: "bulk" and vitamin B. ALL-BKAN is also, a rich source of iron for the bloodl Biological tests demonstratie that the "bulk." in bran is similar to that in leafy vegetables. Inside the body, it forms ;i soft mass, which gently clears out the intestinal wastes. , How much better than takiiig unpleasant! patent piedicines.' Two tablespoo'nfuls of ALL-BRAN daily are tisually sufficient. Serious cases, with every meal. If not relieved this way, see your doctor. Get the red-and-preen package at your grocer's. Made by Kellogg in Battlo Creek. A small ad in the Classified* columns often puts over a bla deal. Grace «;arver Ransom, One of. the 11 authorized lecturers of the Bridge World Lecture Bureau. IN CASH PRIZES Weekly For the Most Nearly Correct Solutions to Grace Carver Random's HAND OF THE WEEK EACH AD BELOW CONTAINS A VALUABLE TIP PHONE 67 Cook's Drug Store To round'out an evening of bridge. |Call us for refreshments—Ice Creams, Candies, galled Pea- nut.s, Toasted Sandwiches, Coca Colas, etc. Our Tip: West plaj-s Club on trick 4. An Ace wins trick 1. YOUR REXALL STORE PLAY CONTRACT BRIDGE Contest is Easy Costs Nothing to Enter 10 Winiliers Weekly Copyright 1933 by Hand- of the Week. Tulsa, Ok. Reproduction in whole or part prohibited. Trade-Mark Reg. SPRING SHOES ARRIVING DAILY Our Tip: North plays club ^ on trick 5. A Heart wins trick 8. NSIST ON SHOES THAT FIT Hari*ison's Bootery THE HAiMMOND ELECTRIC Bridge Table It Shuffles—It Deals Sec it at tlic W. H. WOOD Fine Furniture Co. 202 S. Jeffi Phone 190 Our Tip: South plaj-s diamond queen on trick 13. East wins trick- 10. Your Best Bid for HOME 3EAUTY See Our Line of SPRING WALL iPAPERS Get your'copy of the Joy- Color Book containing: suggestions for interior decorating. , Our Tip: South passes first round bidding. Club wins trick six. LAYLE'S Wall Papers—Faints In Cook's Drug Store. 4 ^ NORTH 4|>K-J-10-2 1^ 6-3-2 ^K-J-10 4^3-5-4 > WEST A 8-7-6-3 4^A-4-3-2 4»Q-10-8-2 GRACE CARVtR R.ANSOM ' Om of the Eteren Authorittd Lc<tu>nt of The Bridge H 'ot 'd Lfi:uif Buruu • . SOUTH • A-Q-9-4 ^10-9-7 • Q-7-5 •'1-9-7 4k IMPORTANT—East is the dealer—North and South vulnerable. COSTS NOTHING TO ENTER—RULES ARE SIMPLE 1. Read each ad carefully as each j one contains a valuable tip on | the correct bid, play and score: of "The Hand of the Week." 2. Write your jversion of the correct contract bidding, play and final score of "The Hand of the Week." [ 3. Your solution must be re- cei%'ed at the office of The Register on or before 6:00 p. m. nejct Saturday to compete for the prize awards of this week's hand. 4. To those wjhose solutions are j 3. most nearly correct in the opinion of [the Grace Career Ransom and associated Judges, the following 10 cash awards will be paid: First, $10; second. $5: third. $2.50; fourth, $1.50; fifth. SI; sixth. $1; seventh. $1; eighth, $1; ninth, $1; tenth, $1. In event of ties, neatness and general knowledge of contract bridge shown iin solution will govern. Decision of the judges shall be final. [Winners will be announced two weeks from today. Kv-erj-one is eligible to compete for the prize awards except profes-sional contract bridge teachers or lecturers. Your Best CONTRACT IS. Insurance Our Tip: An; ace wlas trick 11. East plays diamond on trick 11. R.L.Thompson Agency PHONE 112 HEAR CULBERTSON'S LECTURES ' Over an Up-to-date RADIO $17.95 Up Our Tip: West .supports part-' ner's original bid. West plays Spade on trick 2. Radio Service Shop THOR WASHERS ^adio SnppUes of All Kinds For Clever Bridge You Need Good Light! Modernizd Your Fixture.s Use Genuine Edison Mazda Lamps Our Tip: South plays Spade on trick 8. Club wins trick 4. K. C. ELECTRIC & PLUMBING CO. 109 E. Sladison C. M. JEWETT Phone 65 Don't Let Your Shirt Work a SQUEEZE PLAY 1 B« comfortable in a TRUMP— \ (he shfrt which never strangles, whose tail nev^r climbs, Gnar- anfeed to fit permanently. Our "Tip: A ten wins trick 7. South ^ leada a heart on finst round. ,r PERHAM'S Mi

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