Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 25, 1933 · Page 4
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PAGE! FOUR: 1 TRACK RECORDS MAli TUMBLE IN AJUCARNIVAt i * - • . • 1 Best iAmerican Athletes In N^w York Tonight i For Big Show - New York. Feb. 25. (AP)—The National A. A. U. championships, a 15«vent carnival of speed and brai*-n, Drlng An?erica*s greatest indoor track arid iield athletes to Madison _ Square Garden tonight. , In view of the high class fields and the fact that the ciistOmary yardage system will be replaced by meters, records are in serious.dan­ ger all along the line. All told.; some 275 contestants from 18 states 'Will make bids for •' one or more of the 15 titles up for decision. V iDefending the championships they won a year ago will be / Emmett - Toppino in the sprint; Gene Venzke at 1500 meters; George Lermond at 5000 meters; Joe McCluskey in the steeplechase: Everett Utterback, "broad Jump; George Spitz, high jump; Leo Sexton. 35-pound weight throw, and Percy Beard in t&e hurdles. Toppino must tackle a crack 60r meter field which Jncludes Ralph Metcalfe. Marquette Negro flash and Ed Siegel. who beat the New Orleans ace in the New York A. C. games. Venzke's crown is in even more serious danger for the Pennsylvania youngster's: opposition includes Glenn Cunningham of the Uhlver- .sity of Kansas who already has beaten Gene twice at the mile this lyear. Cunningham not only will seek to beat Venzke's record of 3:53.4 for 1500,meters but will conr tinue to thei mile which he hopes to cover in 4:09.6, four-tenths, of a second under Venzke's mark for that di .stance.- In the steeplechase at 3000 meters, McCluskey will be favored although Harold Manning of Wichita, Kas.. should extend the Fordham'star to 'the'limit. : In' the field events Sexton and Jim Bausch of the Kansas City A. C, win compete in two events each. In addition to his defence of Jils 35-pound weight throw crowii. Sexton will compete in the shotput In which hd is Olympic champion and world record holder. Bausch will compete in the shotput and the pole, vault and may try his hand-at the broad jump as well. BASKETBALL RESULTS (By the Associated Press.) College. Missouri 31, Iowa State 32. McPhcrson 26, Ottawa U. 38. Bethany 31. Kas. 'WTesIeyan 38. Baker 20, College of Empori& 44. Emporia Teachers 31, Southwest- em 33. ; r Independence Jr. College 31, Parsons Jr. College 24. I Hutchinson Jr. College 28, Coffey- vllle Jr. College 27. . lola Jr. College 25; El Dorado! Jr. College 68. THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, g AfURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 25. 1933. FOUR AND A HALF JVIILES A IGWA STATE WINS Missouri Road Jinx Still Working On This Trip. Ames, la., Feb. 25. (AP)—A free throw in the last minute of play last night gave *Iowa State a 32 to 31 victory over Missouri and kept the Tigers from breaking :the jinx which has prevented them from winning more than one BiglSix conference road engagement since 1931. The contest, hard ' fought and ragged, ended 5ust a second after Ralph Thomson, Cyclone forward, connected on a charity shot to break a deadlock. Thomsbn, who has been handicapped by a knee injury most of the season, also took high scoring honors with 13 points. After the intermission which ended in a 16-all tie, the Cyclones pulled ahead only to see their advantage erased near the end of the game. Thomson contributed five of the field goals in the Cyclone's last period spurt. The defeat dropped ' the Tigers into a third place tie with the Kan^ sas State Wildcats, who tonight will seek to drop Kansas into second place in a conference game at Manhattan. The Jayhawkers are tied for the leadership with Oklahoma. In another conference game tonight, at Lincoln, the: Tigers hope to break the ,road jinx with a victory over Nebraska, the only conference team,they defeated away from home last season. lOLA WRESTLER TO FIN.\LS Rolla Holland to Meet Wichita Boy Today at Manhattan MINUTE! Tw;o.hundred and seventy-two miles an hour! Pour and a half miles a mllnute! Here is Sir Malcolm Campbell as he brbke his own record of 2^3 miles an hour at Daytona Beach, Fla... Hurtling over the bumpy sands, sir Malcohn narrowly missed disaster when his'glant Bluebird clipped a course mkrker. One of Uiese markers is shown at the right. A.crowd estimated at 50,000 lined the long course to see the thrilUng run. NEWS OF MORAN N. J. Epperson Recuperating Well After. Being Kicked By a Horse Recently, i 'Y" CHA3IPS IN WIN HEBE Pittsburg Team Hands 34-24T>efeat. Christians Manhattan. Kas., Feb, 25.: (AP)— The two Wichita high schools, North and - East, dominated the state Interscholastlc wrestling meet here yesterday by placing more men in the flhals than all other schools combined. Wichita East, winner of the state title for the past two years placed j four men. while, its city rival plaiced •six. Wellington and Oberlin are represented by three each and El Dorado and lola by one each. Finals will be held this afternoon. Rolla Holland, son of B. B. Hol• i land, 216 South Colbom, will UTes- The champion Pittsburg Y. M; C.! tie for the championship of ttie A. basketball team won a"34-24 vic- torj" over the lola Cliristian church five in a gajine here >'esterday. The Pittsburg quintet, state champion of the;! Y. M. C. A. the past two years, was en route to EJmporia |o compete In the annual Y. M. C. yK. tournament. Box score: PlttBburg FG FT P Weeks, f. 6 1 2 Burack. f; 0 0 0 Waite. f. ...........3 0 3 Wilson, c. 3 3 1 Bitner. g. .; 1 0 3 Burack, g. 1 0 1 Schuck. g. 1 0 2 heavyweight division in the touma^ ment finals this afternoon. Holland is to meet a Wichita North hign wrestler. HUTCHINSON NEAR A CROWN Totals 13 •Christian F(3 FT Swinford, f. : 0|. 0 Donaldson, f 1 2 Hubbard, f -....3 0 Childress, c.' M 1 Ijcwman, g. ; 0 0 Denton, g. 0 2 Elliott, g. .1 4 1 Totals ..: 9 12 P 1 Victory Over Cofleyville Juco Vir- toally Clinches Championship. Coffeyville, Kas., Feb. 25. (AP)Nosing out Coffeyville, 28 to 27 here last night, Hutchinson virtually clinched the basketball championship of the Kansas junior college 'conference. The game was decided within five seconds of the end when Redman of Hutchinson tipped in a field goal. Minneapolis—The average motor- 4 j 1st is again on a par with the fire " department—at least as far as the color of his car is concerned. Last year the city council made it illegal for anyone but the fire department to drive a red car. Friday they repealed the ordi- 9 nance. Tho Last!Laugh '•pUK sbttiiiE would bi! perfect for -* uno of tho.sc hiBt laueli epiaodes • Mi'.d an Ironic nnd nibvking laugh ::i lii:it—-at ilio cxpcnab of Bill Til- 1.1' 'I, if ii were not for Mr. Tildcn -i iii.suU. I Wh .;ii th6 r. S. L. T. A. finally ..miounccd -Jie other day that, after fi: these years, its august self . vfiuid sanction aii • open tennis rimnpionship, in which amateurs i: I'l.l'l meet the pros, as in golf, it aript-arRvl lliat ilie laugh was on y.wi Bill. Pur only, the other day in Chicago Tilden njournfully declared liiriiself out ot the picture. r,;!l Bill was 40 years old Feb. It seems a pretty|good age at I 'liicli to retire from such a back- \ireakiii6' ^iport as tennis. Tilden )i:is soei. kll there is' to see. "has ^vlm evevyibing there is to win in icuuis. • • * ! Quit Now? I "OUT when the amateurs and pros gather at the Icermantown •.'lickef Club in Philadelphia in - •i.mmor, don't be too sjure that Bill -.vill not be;; there His sudden ap- jicarance would be altogether in Vccping with his life, a career of Eiirjirises. ' ''. .„ iJir Bill jmiclit say to himself: "Wjivi ihosj; lads are still, mad. at . cio. Tliej- ivait until I have an' naunced my retirement and then titer decide!to have an open championship. Maybe they want to have iln; last lauigh AVell, let's see -now V ho really will have tUelast laugh. 1 icnl great, I'll play. I'll fool llii^m." Time after time. Big Bill has sat •iuAii before Ills portable typewrit- if not only to disobey the U S. L. .'J' .\. hut to criticize the dear old orffanlzallon'. \\hiit if th'e 13. S L. T, A, did. -}i,iv« 11 )'Ul<3 forbidding a pla>:.er in hiij tournameut writing for publl- ..»i ,'i"n' .Thout it, In other words I .'cKU'riiif" tl»9 «V««l.? • _ Cld that mean anything to'Dili Tilden, many times the champion, and the man who has done moro than the U. S. L. T A. to build up tho. game In the United States throughout the last decade? It did not. Big BUI usually sat and wrote whatever he pleased, and they had to like it, because Tilden for ever so many years was all there was in tennis—and don't t>e too sure wh^n the date for- that open rolls around that he isn't in there yet, takfng his cut. « • » Hated and Applauded npiLDEN .has been as great a champion at his own game as Dcmpsey -at; fighting, Jones at golf; Grange at football—yes, even Babe Ruth at baseball. There were times in his career when the public hated hini for snobby showmanship that seemed to jje carried too far But there were inore frequent occasions when the wjorld applauded him for his defiance of the very peculiar by-laws 6f the U S L. T. A. He quit the Davis Cup team cold in 1924 when the committee questioned his status as an amateur because of hisv writings. One year his row Willi the august U. S. L. T. A. reached sucli proportions that the ambassadoi to France had to step in to insure the presence of Tilden in the Paris finals. If his galleries did not sympathize with him, he insulted them, too. For that reason he has had not so much of hero worship as Ruth or Dempsey But Tilden never needed it He loafed on the courts in important matches whenever he felt like it, playing just as little as ho could until the Issue , became Important When ho had to turn on the steam ho did—and won. He may bo reatly and .willing to turn ou ^ tho steam again at Gor- iiiuulown—and if he does—well, 10 ^ ia not ?o jnany ^'wrsj aftpr ^11. (Mrs. G. H. Ford.) MORAN, Kas., Feb. 22.—Mr. B. H. Sodenberg and daughter, Mrs. E. J. iVeast, and Paul Weast accompanl- ;d Mrs. Frank Bees on a visit Monlay with her cousin, Ell Guyer, who •emains very ill at his home near midred. Mr. and Mrs. Duke M>tcs an- | Harpe. lounce the birtli of a son born Sat- irday night, weighing ten pounds, o whom they have glvcii the name ?oy Deen. Both mother and babe ire doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. D. O.- Gifford and ; on WUliard spent Sunday at. Hart: ord with relatives and friends.: Clyde West and family who have : or several years occupied what is ; ;hown as the J. M. Spawr' farm, uest of town, are moving this week toja farm near Humboldt. Hugh :^man and family who have lived east of town, will occupy the farm tihey are vacating. Wm. Fowler and family Atchison, ^nt Sunday here, guests of Mr. Ifowler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. ^ow)er and other relatives. Moran friends are indeed sorry to Idnow that Mr. A. D. Inman, La- Harpe, is quite seriously 111 and un- d'er the care of a sijecialist at Al- tiona, where he>has been for the pkst three weeks. Work of repairing the shingling on the roof of the Presbyterian manse is being done this week by a group-of the church men. heart and resulted in quite a painful injury but is now^ thought nothing more serious will resiilt. The news of the death of George Ensmingei* from electric shock and the Injury to Franl; Wilson was learned - here with sincere sorrow. The deceased is a nephett' of Phillip Ensmlnger of nbrthwest of town. Six weeks examinations are being held in high school and grade rooms this week. Mr. Frank Martin and family who live just southwest of town are leaving In a few days to occupy one of the J. R. Klein farms north of La- Farm Bureau ...News... FARM CALENDAR. Monday. February 27. Diamond imlt meets for an all days meeting with Mrs. I. N. Dickens. Tuesday. February 28. Quilt show at Moran 2 o'clock; at Elsmore 3 o'clock. Wednesday, March 1. Poultry training .school. Mr. Seaton from .Manhattan will be here. Wednesday, March- 1. Horville unit meets for an all days meeting with Fethemglll's. Subject. Bread. Wednesday Night. March 1. Class meeting at LaHarpe high school. Subject of girls class will i be on gardening. Tliursday. March 2. Office. Friday, March 3. Moran imit. Saturday, March 4. Office. HUMBOLDT NEWS »Ilss Viola Stark Honored with Bridal Shower by Friends Tuesday Afternoon. I of HUMBOLDT, Feb. 24 — Mr. and Mrs. Emery Nobles and Mrs. T. P. Franklin, Erie, jiSited friends and relatives here Suiiday. Music for the funeral services of Miss Christina Hauser, held east of Humboldt Thursday afterabon, was furnished by Mrs. H. H. McClelland. Mrs. H. H. Stewart, Clark Allen Clay and Harold Horn, all members of the Humboldt Presbyterian choir. The services were in charge of Rev. J. H. Sowerby, pastor of the Baptist Temple of lola. A bridal shower was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brelner, southeast of Himiboldt, Tuesday afternoon, compllmentariy to Miss Viola Stark, who will be married soon to Mr. Ralph Debler^ Following an informal afternoon, refreshments were serv'ed by the hostess, assisted by Miss Juanita Adams to the following guests: Miss Ella Stark. Mrs. A. Debler, Mrs. Herbert Shellhom, Mrs. Glen Winters, Mrs. B. Hooke. Mrs. James Kraus, Mrs. L. . Yount, Mrs. Hugo Strubhart, Mrs, M^yme Blnger, Misses Gladys and Pearl Brown, Miss Lena Brown, Mrs. Amol Hoepker, Mrs. August Hoepker, Mrs. Jesse Wray, Mrs. Martin Igel, Mrs. Jay Bakeri Mrs. Hen- [•ry Stark. Mrs. Charles Koffman, Miss Ruth Van Houten, Miss Ethel Eades. Mrs. Floyd Strack. Mrs. Martin Swank. Mrs. Frank Booth, Mrs. Henry Nordt, Mrs. Edward Breiner, Mrs. George Osbum, Mrs. Henry Sare, Mrs. Carl Gerken. Mrs. Ed- lOLA, KANSAa MUSTANGS WIN OVER BURUNGTON SECOND, TIME BY 24-17 COUNT Scicond Team Also Wins Another Victory Over Burlington. Reserves by 17-12. NSWERS /pHE main unit In the Muscle Shoals project is "VVILSOX DAM. Tlie part of a step indicated is the TREAD. JOIINXY GILBERT Tode 212 winners o' various race tracks in 1932. ; lola high schooU f^rst and second teams made a clean sweep, over Burlington for the season last night by winning two victories there, the first team 24-17 and the reserves by 17-12. /' The Mustang first squad dropped the game in the bag in the final minutes after trailing the Burlington quintet by 8-9 at the half way point. John Griffith tallied 7 points in the second half to lead the charge. • Griffith and Pinley scored 8 points each to top the offensive department. Davis" added 7 points to the Mustang total. E. % Worsham, high school faculty member who accompanied the team in the absence of Coach Mickey Evans, said the game was close and hard-fought all the way. In winning over the Biu-llngton ntmiber two team the Mustang seconds maintained their perfect record over Neosho Valley reservists. They have won six games in the league without a loss. Burlington was leading at the half by 7-4, but the advantage was quickly taken over by the lolans In the second round. The losers were held to 5 points in the second half. Sleeper. lola guard, scored 6 points for the high mark. The box scores: lola Drake, f Davis, f i. Griffith, f ....... Pairweather, c ... Downer,'g — 0 Finley, g 4 Smith, g 0 KANSAS BRIEF$ (By the Associated Prcs .1 Kansas city— Kansas City womeS mity have to go to court to tbtaln the right to wear the new tiouser suits, unless police elect to loo { the other way when those wearln; the apparel appear on the streets Thumbing through the nj^vlsed city ordinances Robert E. Pljiclan. I chief of police, found one ^^^hic^ prohibits persons from appearing in public In "any dress not beloiging to his or her sex." The chief said he did not know jiist what to do. but for the pie.scnt would make no arrests unless .someone complained or someone's jiipace was disturbed. G : 0 2 3 0 FT 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 Manhattan—Guy T. Helvcrln ^B. director of the Kansas highway commission, suffered a fracjtured. shoulder last night when his motor car overturned in a ditch etysi of here. Mrs. Helverlng. who waw accompanying her husband from Topeka to Salina, their home, wa.s scratched and bruised. Both wirr taken to a hospital whne pliysi- clans said Helvering miglil havi- to remain for several days. Two .stitcli- es were required to close a cut on his left ear. The highway director, who .ilso is chalrnian of the state Democratic committee, was unable to explain the accident. i Totals 9 6 Burlington G Halght ,f 2 Thimes, f Corwln, f , Applcgate, Schull, g ,, Hogan, g .. Holman, g Totals 0 0 1 2 0 1 FT 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 Referee—Elliott, Emporia Teachers. . Pittsburg—Postal officials yesterday arrested Harold W. Grafton. 24. • of Mulberry, who they said j had\ confessed to the theft of parcel post packages addressed to persons at Mulberpf. He was taken to' Port Scott atid arralgped before a United States commissioner. He waived preliminary hearing, and was bound- over to the May ttrm ,.of the federal court. Officers, who gald tlicy found most of the missing :articlp.s at a junk shop Crafton operates, qliotcd him as saying no one cl.se wn.s Involved in the thefts which hcean last August. Crafton had been l ;iau!- Ing mall from tho Kansas City Southern depot to the pcstofflco on assignment from his father! i who holds the contract. EAST lOLA AND OTHER NEWS ITEMS (By J. p; BELL) Charles Murphy,' 221 South Thu-d,{ who has been ill, is reported better today. • lola B G Fees, f 0 Lott. f 2 Epley, f 1 Drake, f 1 Oliver, c 0 Wilson, g 0 Sleeper, g 3 .Totals r7 Helpful Thought: The art Tlie Pandora Sunday school class i^-^^ prompt with- ward Brinegar. Mrs. Harry Brown, out being stubborn, to refute with-'""->—-•"—--— out argument, and to clothe great matters m motley garb.—Disraeli. of the Presbj-terian cliurcn announce their regular social and business meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. N. A. Peck. On Saturday, March 4, thl4 class will have their monthly doughnut sale. Mr. and Mrs. Ed S\vanson. Els-, more, were Sunday guests of their daughter, Mrs. Roy Cox and' family. Miss Lena Darnold and Miss Florence Miller, both tcachere in oui city schools spent the week-end In Kansas City at the home of Miss Damold's father. Mrs. Bertha Bondy and daughter, Anna Louise, who has been here visiting Mrs. Bondy's brother, Dumont Slcklcy and wife &\ncft Friday evening returned to their home in ^nsas City Tuesday afternoon, Tliey woie accompanied by, MrS; Slckley who will be their guest a few day.s. Ous ^mlth. Elsmore. visited here with his sisters. Mrs. Harmon, OU- phant and Mrs. Moync Knapp Friday afternoon. "The public sale of D. R. Hopkin.s held Tuesday afternoon just west of town, was largely attended and everj,-thlng sold especially well. Mr., Hopkins and family are leaving the farm owned by Mi's. Martha Strong, lola, arid it will in a few.da>-s be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Clyde i; Baiter, Vv-ho returned recently from New Me.\ico, Mr, and Mrs; H. D. Smock. lola, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Barne.s and son Dwight were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lam. Mr. and Mrs.j J. A. Andrews and daughter. Miss ! Olive Ancrews' were dinner guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Cox. Afternoon callers were Mr. John Houstead and daughter. Mrs. Stanford, Mulberry, Kas., and Mrs. Allen Dickey, Ft. Scott. Mrs. W- E. North was hostess to the members of the Kackle, Klub and had as her guests, Mesdames L. O. Smiih. Elizabeth Simpson, Walter Wood. Nettie McCormack, Walter. Strong. J. J. Paul, Ralph Marthi, N. A. Peck, D. O. GUford. R. J. Conderman, Cliff Laughlin, 6. A. Yoimg, Roy Cox, J. H. Burrell. Invited guests included Mrs. Walter Cline, Miss Helen iRae Whitney and.. Miss Grace Shively who is here visiting from Toronto. Art Rawlings and family are mo\ing from the Plew property near the M. E. church to the W. A. Wilson property in the east part of town. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown will occupy the house being vacated. Mr. and Mrs. Rees Burland went to Pleasanton Saturday e\jening lot. a visit with relatives and friends and Mrs. Burland is remaining through the week. Mr> U. H. Epperson who was kick 4 ed bj a horse a few daj-s ago hi now nnprovlng and_able to be up Household Hint: When mixing flour and water, add a little salt and stir with a fork. The mixture will not lump so easily. Many Cooks prefer to use lemon juice instead of vinegar in most salad' dressings. Apple Recipe: Mrs. Brainard's Sauce Cake: 1 c. sugar, \'i c. butter, 1 c. sour apple sauce, 1 tsp. soda, 1 c raisins, 1 c chopped nuts, 2 c. flour, '4 tsp. cinnamon, 1 tsp. allspice, tsp. cloves. Then your cake is baked and you're ready to eat l^-put Into a pan c. sugar, 1 tbl. butter. Place over the fire and stir until smooth. To thts add tHree apples pared and chopped fine. Spread on your cake and top with whipped cream. Miss Mildred Newton. Mrs. Roy Bamett, Miss Helen Michaels. Misses Cleo and Edith Baggett, M|ss Winnie Tomlinson. Mrs. iD. C. Kraus, Mrs. Clara Dume. :Mrs. : Anderson, Miss Ollie Strubhart and Miss Hazel Kraus. i Miss Helen Ruth McWlierter, the tpacher at Leanna .school, attended the teachers meeting at Erie Saturday. The members of Leanna farm bureau and their families met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Lola Phebus, and enjoyed the lesson on rug and plctiire making. There was a good attendance. Cremona 4-H club, .southeast of Humboldt, held its regular meeting Wediiesday night at the home of Marjory jBerthot. Plaiis were made to enter ithe model club contest arid to enter ,Wllma Wheatlcy and Marjory Bcrthotiln the'health contest. After the business session, games were played and refreshments served to tl*e following persoas present: The Better Homes Club unit of. „ „,„„„ ,„u„„n„„ ai the Farm Bureau, met Tuesday aft- pez^^'"^'Wilma^^Wheatley. Al- ernoon. February 14th. at the home OS"""' ^^tL^' T,~y. rr^- ' Mac Phillips, Shlrlcy Roberts. Ellen Frederick. Alice Frederick, • Evelyn PhlUps, Alma Briener, Leta- Davis, Edna Osbum, Lowell Burghart, Clarence EastbiuTi, Wayne Lewis, Hugh r 'orivio ,.r,H w o« oil ^ „ 'Wheatley, Lyle Meyer, Lem Beale, Carljle unit met for an all day, Kaj-mond Burghart, Harold Renslng, meeting at the home of Mrs. Alva! ^ed Watt. Arthur Meyer, Lloyd Ren- Shadwick. on Monday. February 18. rti»r. T?<,cfK„^ vI^^^^A tTr„f+ of Mrs. Guy Bale. The lesson on "Care of the Feet" was given by Miss Nellie Drollinger. Twelve members were present. The spring-like weather prevailing the last few days would indicate that it is about time to plant ta- ters and ingens. J. P. Bell says that if the big boy who stole a roll of poultry wire from his place in East lola will come back he will let him have the rest of the wire which he (the thief) failed to carry away. Fred Harder, who has been in Waco, Tex., attending the fimeral of his brother. Paul Harder, will arrive in lola Sunday evening. Fourth street is being graveled from Broadway south, a much desired improvement. B. E. Lambert, Mildred, was in town yesterday, and was calling on old friends. ! H. R. Croucher, who returned recently from Chlca'go, reports i some big snows in that part of thej country. 'I Tlie Nazarene Women's Mls.slon- ary Society spent Thursday quilting Burlington B Gray, f Lockheart}. f •WhLstler. Applegatei. Thimes, Cox, g G 2 0 1 0 0 .0 Hogan, g 1 Wagner, g i Totals 5 FT 0 1 0 0 [ 1 1 0 FT 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 RendiiJB, Pn.—Not thiit Poller Commissioner John 8. Giles thinks much of the style. But women who want to wear men's trouser? oi^ tho street need not fear arrest. "Wom•en always do the opposite j'rom what you tell them, anyhow.'f he observed. South Each member brought a covered dish for lunch. After lunch the regiilar business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. J. R. Bramard. Mrs. Javaux gave the project lesson on landscape gardening. There were eight* members and th6 home demonstration agent present. Training School for Gardening and Nntritioh. Mr. Lobenstein. horticultural spe- ciaUst from Marihattati college, was here on Wednesday of last week to give special training in gardening. Mr. Lobenstein gave a very complete outline for a successful garden. Some of the high points in his discussion of the garden were: ,1. Important to fertilize and plow the garden in the fall; if it has not been plowed do it as early In the spring as possible using less fertilizer per acre. 2. In selecting seed, use bulk se66L. You shoiild not use old seed, bi^only enough for one year. " 3. Earllness of planting was em- phaslzed-^plant the peas now and spinach' and" similar seed should be in the ground. 4. Rule for depth of planting: Seed should be covered four times its greatest diameter. Peas an exception to the rule—cover 2 or 3 inches. 6. Mulching, Mr. Lobenstein aald that we should use more mulching in Kan8as.«$i Miss Foote discussed the value of thef garden In relation to an ade- most of the time. The blow of the _ horse's, hoof struck Just .below th^jquite (u7t "lor iiesItbT sing. Glen Eastbum, Harold Watt, Wayne Berthot, Eugene Eastbum, Kenneth Berthot,. Margaret Osbom, Mrs. Earl Wheatley. Mrj and Mrs. Paul Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berthot, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Reusing; Mr. and Mrs. U. P. Berthot and daughter. Miss Elsie. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pennington of Oklahoma City are visitmg Mr. Pennington's father, D. M. Pennington, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Shiclair. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ballah were in Chanute Thursday on business. Funeral services for Frank Stewart were held Friday afternoon In the Leitzbach funeral home/Dr. G. W. Horn, pastor of the Presbyterian church being in. charge, with interment In Mt. Hope cemetery. Humboldt 'music club will meet Monday, Feb. 27, in the Legion hall at 2:30 o'clock. The Simflower bridge club met at the home of Mrs. C. A. Reynolds Friday afternoon. Les Cardon of the Kansas Battery works, who imd?rwerit a major operation about a Week ago, is rapidly hnprovlng. Miss Loretta Wadley, Garden City enrolled as a junior in high school here last Monday. Bud Sinclair who has been working In San Antonio, Tex., has returned home to his parents, Mr. .and Mrs. F, W Sinclair. E. E. Bennett, owner of tho new Humboldt bakery, moved his family Wednesday from Cherry vale to. Mrs. H. J. Kelley's property on Osage street. Mr. Bennett expects to open with Mrs. M. R. Bishop, 401 First. Mrs. Frank Mapes visited ^11 day Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Leslie and family, 434 South Fourth. Mrs. Howard Brltton visited last Thursday with her aunt, Mrs, B, E. Heldebrant, 431 South Fourth. Orllc Brown.. 409 South Second, who has been HI, Is much better. Miss , Edith . Kunklcman visited Thursday with Mrs. Earl Moore. 619 Sbuth Third. [Twenty members of tho Nazarene ydiing people's society attended the victory zone rally at Chanute Friday evening. Misses Dorothy Wilson, IJorotha Baker, J. C. Baker and Lorraine slack sahg "Lift Yoiu- Banners High." ;Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lear and children moved Wednesday from 420 South Second to 808 North street. ; Floyd Kunkleman. 230 South Tennessee, motored to Fort Scott Thiu:s- day pn business. Mrs. Mary Bradley who has been unable to be out for the past three months, was able to visit with her neighbors on Fourth street Thursday. Miss Reatha West visited Wednesday with her brother, Harold West and Mrs. West, 435 South Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. J- C. Baker spent Wednesday evening with Mrs. Mabt Manning. 301 South Chestnut. Mrs. NeUie Teats pp^nt Wednesday morning with Mrs. W. R. Marthi. 507 South Thirdl Mrs. Hunt and daughters, Mildred and Bertha, have moved to 529 South Third. Mr. and Mrs. Wad White spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Frazier, 423 South Third. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Looney and Mrs. Clarence Howey spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Howey. 601 South Fourth. Floyd Kunkleman, 230 South Tennessee, motored-to Kansas City Monday on business! Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stotler have moved from their former home. 431 South Thh-d, to a farm, west of the river. . . Mrs. Earl Moore, 819 South Third, who has been confined to her home for the past six weeks with a bbknn ankle, is not Improving as rapidly as had been hoped. _ Mr. and Mrs, R. W. East and children have moved from S18 South iBtreet to 615 South Kentucky. PRAIRIEl CHAPEL Feb. 21.---Mrs. B. H. Bacon visited Monday afternoon with Mrs. Will Donpho at Bronson. Mrs. Clara Thompson spent sev-. cral daj-s in lola last w-eek with her parents and brother. Her brother is quite poorly. Mrs. B. H. Bacon attended a shower given bj* her SUnday school class for Mrs. Quince Lacey at the Gifford hotne in Moran Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Clara Thompson and children and Mrs. L. D. Mattocks and Dale attended the surprise on Mr. and Mrs. Emmctt Johnson Saturday night, "raey aro moving to a farm near Bron^n. Mr.-. B. H. Bacon, Roy Ard and Ous Thompson shelled com last week. Mr, John | Pursman did the slielling. Ur. Paul Harclcrodo ground corn for Harley and Curtis Robb, Ralph LnRuc and Lou Mattocks the last few days. Anybody that wants a good young team should see B. H. Bacon. Mr. Mclvin Davis and family, Elmer Duggan and family and Miss Hazel LaRuc visited Simday at tho Mr. r. E. Davis home. h. D. Mattocks and family: anc Paul Harclerode visited Sunday, afternoon at C. P. Maxwell's. Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell;are on the sick list. Mr. Elmer Trammell was an lola visitor Saturday. Tilr. Jim Meadow of lola.. is visiting a few days with his son Fay, apd family. | A daughter was bom Pebmai-j- 20, to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Trammell. My:. E. S. Bacon and family and Mr. Ben Ludlima -visited at the B. H. Bacon home i Simday. Mr. Gus Thompson sold his fat cattle Monday. ' Air. B. H. Bacon and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Austin McParland Simday night. Mr. J. A. Mattocks and family called to .see his sister. Mrs. J. W. McFarland Sunday afternoon, who remains quite poorly. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bacon and Joan called at the parental Newton Ard home Monday afternoon. The neighbors and friends of Mr. and Mrs. George Bacon went to their home Monday night and surprised them. Mr. Bacon and family pre moving to a fanii nor'Ji of Moran. TIIEA- SpeciaJ Week-End I Bargain Show! the Warpath of Thrills undADVBNmi/ SCRAPPY COMEDY 'RAILROAD WRETCH" Adm. I SPORir THRILLS "JUNGLE MYSTEliv" MVS „ OWL SHO^ TONIGHT—11:30 SUNDAY and MONDAY FOLLOW THE CROWDS TO THE LAFF SHOW OF YOlIK DREAMS! It'.s fast and furious fun from start to finish— Have you a house for rent? Or for saleV Want to buy anything? Use the Claussified coliimnsi i "P bakery WednQslday. 7ou probably have sometbins you want to sell and the best way to let the'people know sbout It Is through i Register OlassUlcd Ads, VINE OIL & GAS CO. They've Stood the Test of Time Established 1900 WiUiams Monument Works 301 So. Wash. loia, Kas. Colortone Musical "HOLLYWOOD PREMIERE All Natural Colors! ORGAN NOVELTY AND NEWsj

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