Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 3, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, March 3, 1933
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TOLA, KANSAS assasAasasssssssss THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. FRIDAY EVEN»TG. MARCif 3. 1933 XtouglaS Scliomerus went to To^ peka today on business. ,—Dr. John li. Parkhurst, Dentist, Xrray diagnosis. Mittelbach BIdg. Phone 303. ; The condition or C. G. Spencer. ; who has been lU the past week at : his home south of town, remains i about the same. 75 FELT BASE RUGS ON DISPLAY h Attractive Faitenui Gennine Gold Seals as low as 55.73 W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE i 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190 Ray Drake will leave Saturday .evening for Yates Center where he Twill spend the week-end with his family. —. Attention Teachers. '-The Register Job Department will now. be open during noon "hours and Saturday afternoons. . Mrs. Sam Taggart and her daughter. Miss Opal Taggart, went to La- H^rpe this afternoon qn business. \ Pull Line of Fresh Pastries - Too Tempting to Resist Cream Puffs, Cocoanut Macaroons, Cinnamon RolLs, Butter Rolls, I Doughnuts, Coffee Cakes, Chop • Siuey Rings, Eat Hearties, Cakes, Cookies, Pies, etc. lOLA BAKERY i 120 E. Jackson Phone 502 Ir. and Mrs. Arlie Allen, of Rich Mo., are spending the week Mr. and Mrs. Claiide Allen. io Allen Is a brother of Claude 'AJjen. i l -Dr. H. li. Lacy, Dentist. Office over Brown's Drue Store. X-ray eqlilpped. Phone 149. W. D. Jones and Roy Cox made a business trip to Earltoh yesterday. —We counsel. invite advance mortuary Waugh Funeral Home. Mrs. Connie Kraiise ha^ gone to Nevada, Mo., to be with her mother, Mrs. Kiger, who is tU. KEEP FIT : by eating well balanced meals : - —25c and 35o— Meek's POLLY ANN CAFE Phone 790 Mrs.' K E. Thompson Is' ill with Influenza. —Dr. W. P. Hull, Oisteopatb and Iliagnostician. Phone 120. R. T. Webb, division freight and passenger agent for the Missouri Pacific of WIchitai was lii townjyester- day on busine^. 32-PIECE SET New Pattern, Basket Weave Decorated Dinner Ware S430 Open Stock SHANNON HARDWARE Paint*—Tin Shop, Phone 29 y ; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. LlttreU and their son, Joseph, Jr., will leave this evening for an over-night visit with Mrs. Littrell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Moore, in Ottawa. PLOT SEEN IN REICHSTAG FIRE Clarence Warford, of Ottawa, will an-ive Saturday evening for a week- enk.^ visit with his family. Any t-uit. Dress or Overcoat Cle.>ned and Pres.sed 35c- ABLESON CLEANERS . Phone 105 One Day Service If Desired Mrs. A. A. Rasmussen left this morning for a visit with her father; in-law, who is ill at a hospital in Victoria, Texas. She also will visit •RT -lh relatives in Seadrift, Texas. U-Good Plumbing" protects the health of the family. Call lola : Plumbing Co.—1175. Mrs. C: W. Nelson and her daURh- -fti-r. Mrs. "B. H. Davis,, and her son, Chales Nelson, attended a quilting party Wednesday at the home of *Mrs. Wilbert Setterstrom, who lives -near Elsmore. Mrs. Setterstrom is , a daughter of Mrs. Nelson. I Ask for FAIRMONT ICE CREAM It's pure, deliclons, lasty Mr. and Mrs. Marion Green are entertaining Mr. Green's sister, Miss Lennie Green, of LaHarpe. —35 and 50% off on Special Orders for Wall Paper at Antrim's, 219 N. Jefferson. H. E. Whitaker, foreman of The Register press room, is confined to his home by illness. ANY COAT, DRESS, OR SUIT Cleaned and Pressed 35o • ; Alterations and Repairing Hats Cleaned and Blocked ;Stoj? in and see bur line of SPRING SUITS SPOTLESS CLEANERS C. R. Morau, Prop. Ill West MadLson Phone 797 The Rev. M. R. Bishop, U. P. Gaddis, Lorain Slack, and George Lane will leave Tuesday for Pitte- burg vhete they will attend the mid year preachers convention of the Kansas City district of Nazarene chiurches. -9x12 ft. RUGS! Seamless Axminster —Your guarantee our reputation. Sleeper Mortuary. The funeral of Mrs. J. C. Schnell, a former president of lola who died in Yates ICehter this week, will be held in the Catholic' church there tomorrow at 10 a. m. Rugs, $16.20. Sleeper Furniture Co. . Mrs. Mary Burcham and her children are moving to their home in Park Place addition from 201 South First street. New shipment of BEDROOM FURNITURE Notice our display in South Window. Easy Terms Free Delivery W. IL WOOD FINE FURNITURE 202 S. Jeff.—Phone 190 The Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson of Dennis were guests today of Dr. and Mrs. O. L: Garlinghou^. The Rev. Mr. Thompson was forr merly pastor-of-the United Brethren church located west of lola. —Milford C. Langley stands for Economy and Lower Utility Rates. Mark M. Taylor will arrive Sunday evening from Rose. Okla.. for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor, and his brother J. G. Taylor and his family. GAS CITY EVENTS Mrs. Frank Frase Is Hostess to W. C. T. U. at Her Home on Tuesday. ' Communists were being rounded up throughout Germany in a wave of indignation foUowing the disastrous fire which swept the magnificent Reichstag building in Berlin, shown above by night. The Reichstag buUding is to the German Tepublic what the C^ltol at Washington is to the United States. Its famous gilded cupola was reduced to ruins, and forced the Reichstag to seek another place of meeting; Evidence of incendiarism was discovered. -The police sought to show it as part of a Communist plot to terrorize Germany Give Your Car a New Deal with Champlin Oil and Gasoline. For one week we will give one expert grease job for 25 cents with each oil change. MILLER'S SERVICE 801 East street . Made in lola from Allen W. L; Allison, who has been seriously ill with Influenza the past week, is reported somewhat improved today. —See the New Spring Hats. Prices right. Edwards, Millinery. Leo Burger, a student at Washbum college, u-ill arrive Saturday from 'Topekaj to spend the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burger, and his brother, Louis Burger and his family. colinty products Mrs. Dora Denny, of Parsohis, is ,>vikting he- aunt, Mrs. Mary .^Churchill, aid her cousins, B. F. 'Churchill at d his family, and Everett Harlan.. Wiy DOW SHADES \—Good fuality. standard size,! choice of c( lors, 39c each. Sleeper i - Furniture C); Mrs. C. O, Bollinger attended the fyirtferal of Ben Lewis; which was held yesterd ly at Topeka. Mr. Lewis was fom^erly superintendent of FRYER BROS. GROCERY Premium Bacon, lb. I8c, 2 lbs. 35c Short Cut Steaks,, lb 10c Canvas Gloves, per pair .. 5c Sorghum. 10-lb. pall 33c (Bring your pail) Monarch Blackberries, (In heavy .syrup). No. 2 can. 2 for... .25c PHONE 401 Why Suffer From Cancer? The Yates Center Sanitarium Lewis Method CANCER Treatment Free Consultation AU correspondence confidential Yates Center, Kansas ^..: The following lolans attended the funeral of Mrs. R. M. White yesterday at Topea: Misses Grace Reno, EUa Travis, Nellie Walters, Hazel Suffron, Evadean Harclerode, Mesdames Guy Lamer, Florence Kent Belding, R. H. Carpenter, Mr.-and Mrs. W. H. King, and .A. E. Garrison. Plan to have a new Sprinr Wardrobe the ecmomical way by having your dresses, .suits and coats Cleaned and Pressed into a second youth. 30c CUT RATE CLEANERS Phone 775 Opp. Postoffice Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Whitehead and their son Ralph moved to 1021 North Jefferson today from 224 North Col- l>om street. • 1 tile city schools in lola. i—Living - Couches. Day Beds, PuUup Chairs, ; ('tc. Terms, Deliverv. We trade. 'Curtis Furniture, 10 N. Wash. : Mr. and Wfs. E. J. Meek and their 'daughter, J leaner, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Meek and Bob Meek, will arrive Saturde y from St. Joseph, Mo., loj be week Mrs. E. G. Meek and Mrs. C. J. McClelland at khe Polly Ann. I GOOD USED TIRES We hav tires in rieht^ 214 N. Mr. and jR o o m Suites. Studio lend guests of Mr. and Victor Brown resumed his work as clerk at the M. and M. grocery yesterday morning after being confined to his home by illness the past month. Garden Seeds and Ever- bloomlttg Rose Bashes We Test All Our Seeds 6 25c Roses, or 4 35c Roses, or 3 50c Roses for—$1.00 I WISHARD SEED CO. I lola. Kansas CO. Coghill and his daughters Missies Alice and Jean returned home this morning from a motor trip to Memphis, Chattanooga, Nashville, and Knoxville, "Tenn., Atlanta, Ga., Greenvlile, S. C, - AshevUle, N. C, Kentucky, St. Louis, Mo., and many other points. They traveled over two thousand five hundred miles in eight days. CORRECTION The wrong name was given for one item in our advertisement last night. It should have read Baby Chick Scratch, cwt. $1.25 instead of Babv Chick Starter. R. C. McKINNEY FEED STORE Opp. P. O.—Phone 389 LEADS FIGHT FOR WINNIE JUDD Sunday School ...Lesson... JESUS GIVING LIFE, HEALTH After a secret interview with Winnie Ruth Judd in her cell. Rep. G. L. Christian of Phoenix, Ariz., is urging the state leglsla- tute to pardon the "tnmk murderess," or at least commute the sentence of deatlj now hangs over her. Christian said he was convinced Mrs. Judd's side of the case was stronger than had appeared at her trial, when she was sentenced to hang. Pauline, Prances, and Frank, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nelson and Vema were Sunday dinner guests of Vivian Johnson's. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Eskridge, Mr. and Mrs. August Erickson, and Bemita Mae. Miss Arline Johnson was a Sunday dinner guest of Miss Gladys ^lelsoh. Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Peck, of Savonburg, were KHnner guests today of Mrs. George Sej-mour and her fam- Uy. ^ —Circle No. 1 Of the Methodist Church will hold a Food Sale at Prj'cr's Grocery tomorrow. Dance! Dance! Dance! M. W. A. HALL Saturday, March 4 Music by George ShephaTd and His Blue Rhythm Boys Admission 50c a lot of good used various sizes, traded /. i In on nbw General."!. Priced and with terms. SHELLY MOTOR CO. Jeff. Phone 80 Mrs. J. B. Overmeyer. arid their daughter, Shirley, arriv- \:d yesterdaj for a'week-f ermeyer's George town. from Ponca City, Okla. lend visit with Mrs. Ov- I^arents, Mr. and Mrs. Mcnzie, who live east of REGIS-TRATION NCnCE. r -To the Electors of the City of 1 Jola, Kansas: You are hereby notified that th^ book.« for the registration of voters will be kept open between the I hours of eight o'clock ^A, M. and ten o'clock P. M., each day, Sunday and February 22nd ex- cepctd, from the, twentieth day of - February to tlie third day of March, 1P33, and that said registration books will be' closed on the last named diiy at ten o'clock P. M. If you have never registeird in xthe City of lola, and have lived in " the ward thlrty^iays or more and In the State six months or more and have attained the age of twenty-one ' years, you must register before you RfP. eligible to vote. If you failed to vote at the last General election In November, 1932, •'fliid have not registered since, you hilust re-register. : af you have moved from the house i or street number where you lived *nen you last registered, you must id-register. . If you have changed your name, • vou must re-register. •" If you are of foreign birth, you ; must present your naturalization pipers in order to register. - I Any person desiring to register iriust appear in. person at my office in the City Hall.' m T. E. SHANAHAN. , I . CitjrClerie MONT McKINNEY GROCERY and MARKET Fancy Fruits and Vegetables Strictly Fresh : Green Beans, per lb. 10c : New Spinach, lb. 10c. 3 lbs...25c : Cnllfomia Carrots, bunch 5c : California Rhubarb, lb 10c : New Potatoes, large, 4 lbs 25c : Cauliflower, white, lb 10c : Mangoes, large, 3 for 10c : Head Lettuce, per lb 10c : Leaf Lettuce (hot house) lb. 15c : Celery, bunch 10c and 15c : Green Onions. 3 bunches — 10c : Parsnips, per lb 2c : Sweet Potatoes. 10 lbs. ...12c : Sweet Onions, 10 lbs 115c : New Cabbage, per lb 3c : Turhins. ner lb Ic ; Strawberries, really fancv, box 17c : Delicious Apples, per lb 6c ; Grapefnilt. Seedless, doz. ...37c : R6mah Beauty Apples, 5 lbs. 25c : Bananas, golden yell6w, 6 lbs. 23c : Oranges^. 20c, 30c> 40c per doz. : Lemons, per doz. .28c " -Iln'the Maiie^- ' : Fresh Tongues, Pork Hearts, : Beef Hearts, Spare ^Ribs, Brains, ; Liver, Pig Ears, Melts, Lamb. ; Piirk (all cuts). Baby Beef,Small : Lihk 'Sausage. Bulk Sausage, : : Hamburger, Ground Veal Pork : for Meat Loaves, Pork Tender: loin. Cured and Lunch Meats. FREE DELIVERY 110 S. Wash. Phone 173 Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ronsick and their children moved yesterday to the Grayson farm ^utheast of town from Park Place addition. LAGRANDE Feb. 28.—Mr. and Mrs. 1. O. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Morrison and Orv-al and Carol were dinner guests Sunday at the Perle Ba\c- er home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Readc onu family of Valley Palls, Kas., came Saturday morning to attend the funeral services of Geoige Ensmln^ci which was held Saturday afternoon, and visited with relatives at lola, at }d with -Mr. Reade's parents, Mr. j and Mrs. Joe Reade, returning home Monday afternoon. The International Uniform Sunday School Lesson for March 5. Te.\t: Mark: 5:21-24. BY war E. GILROY, D. D. Editor of The Congregationalist. The topic of this lesson as defined for young people and adults is "Christianity and Human Suffer- infj." Throughout tlie ages, especially of tihe dulstian era, humani- tarianlsm has become expressed In so many organizations, and in so ma.ny forms, that we are apt to forpot how essentially Christianity through the example and teaching of Jesus, has brought Into the world a new attitude toward human suffering and need. Even today, despite the fact tliat our so-called Ciiristlan nations have been so little touched with the reality and power of the Christian spirit, one sees in the temper of Christian nations, a great difference in attitude. Nor does the fact that there is so much of pagan ludiifer- enco among Chj;Istian nations alter the fact of the contrast. Eveiy glimpse of Jesus that we have in his earthly ministry shows him concerned not only for the souls of men and women, but also for their Isodily hiealth and welfare. He was the great phj'siclan as wei! Mrs. Russell Morrison served cake , ^ „ and Ice cream to the pupils anc" i tliat in neither case Is tliere agree as the powerful saviour—the man of sorrows and of compassions a.s well as the man of righteousness and truth. Here in our lesson we have llie beautiful story of the restoration lo life of the daughter of Jalrus, a ruler of the synagogue, who had evidently been attracted to the tc-xchlnt' of Jesus, and who, had faith in his woncJer-wOrkmg power. We arc dealing in the lesson , with a miracle, the nature and leal- I Ity of which It id useless for ui lo seek to explore ot explain. The exact and critical scicuUs'. mis;ht inquire whether the daugiilLT of Jairus vi-ere really dead, or whether she were in a. state of corny, but nil such questions nave little relationship to the essential place of our lesson In the Gospel record. The sympathetic student migl;'. ask whether the stories of miraculous healing in the New Tesiameui are to be thought of In the samo way as the stories of mlraculoui healing today. Wliatever may be the answer. It Is worth pointing oui Jesus, is belief In his spiritual power because of his power to perform miracles. That Is to put the eriect before the cause. It was the spiritual power, and the subUme goodness of Jesus, that explained his influence over men, and his power to heal and bless. Jesiui made it plain that though he wept with those who wept, and brought health to the afflicted, his real mission was to bring new life- to dead souls, and to bring the joy of salvation to troubled and sao- dened hearts. He is the wonder­ worker, because he is the life giver. • their teacher at the noon hour Friday, February 24, in honor of Carol Bess's sixth birthday; and also Mrs. Gerdsen took candy and popcorn to them for Pauline as a treat to her .MJhoolmates and teacher, as Pauline will soon move to her new home in the Waverly district. Fauneta and Marjorie Ann Reade of Valley ftalls, Kas., visited school Monday morning. ment among .symiiathetlc studenVi of the miraculous. Those who score to believe in anything that falls outside of thi? operation of the laws that they knew are little better than those who superstitiously accept ever, story of miraculoiis healing. There are laws of the operation of mind and spirit over matter, the nature ; of which we have not wt begun Minnie, Harrj- and Frank Moiri-j explore; and much in our modcns Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crook, of Wichita, announce the birth February 22 of twin sons weighing five and seven pounds whom they have named Charles Darnell and David Merrill. Mr. Crook is a grandson of Mrs. Ci R. Peck, who lives west of lola. He was formerly employed at the local Southwestern Bell Tele- ph«»e-of ftce: —-• ~ ODENSE Feb. 28.—Mrs. H, O. Cation arid Mrs. Sam Wood entertained the L. C. club Thursday afternoon. The time was spent quilting. Nearly all members attended,as the weather was almost perfect on that day. Miss Lulu Cuppet and Mrs. Leo Atteberry were visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson and family spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Dora Wedln. Alma, and Prank. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Johnson and family visited the U. S. Peck family Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Andruss Jr., were Sunday dinner guests at the L. A. Howerton home. / Anna Elizabeth Peck, Beverly; and Harold Johnson ate Sunday dinner with the Eskridge children. Misses Marjorie and Evelyn Britt are visiting their sister, Mrs. Cecil Serl of lola. Fred Manson spent Sunday evening at the N. E. Eskridge home. Ruby Nelson has moved to Savonburg where she will attend the primary room. ) Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Johnson and family are moving into the Wannersbiirg district. We are sorry to lose them from our community. Victor and Verle Nelson and W. J. McClaIn spent Sunday at Humansville. Mb. _ Charlie Hawkinsbn went to Oklahoma Saturday morning, called by the serious Illness of his sister. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Catibn and Floye Celeste called on friends In the Golden Valley neighborhood Sunday. Fred Manson spent several days at the home of his sister, Mrs. Allen Castator, lola. Olaf Gerdln is moving to this community. Little Marianne Serl is spending a few days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Van Britt. Dixene McPheeters was a supper guest of Beverly Johnson Friday evening. -Mrs, fihwto aawMowtt,.MMte, son visited Sunday afternoon at the Will Myers home, also Mr. and Mr.s Claude Mj'ers and son Glceford of Moran. Mr. and Mrs. Ketchum called las; Wednesday evening at the Charley Gerdsen home. MI.SS Gladys Hesseltine spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Myrtle Gerdsen. Mr. i;verett Reade, lola, spent Monday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reade. The Falrlawn farm bureau met Friday afternoon at the home; of Mrs. Roy Love with all member.^ present and .several guests. Gardening was the lesson for the afternoon given by Mrs. I. O. Morrison.; lola Art and Culture. E. E. Kelley in Topeka Capital: lola has a public library in which Is one of the most complete collections of books by Kansas writers to be found in the state. lola has a new Theater Guild which is getting off to a good start. lola, once known for .Its cement mills, apparently is beginning to .step out with Art arid Culture. world that Is happening, in accordance with laws, the nature of which we have now discovered, would in a former age have been consldcre . miraculous. What we must avoid, as we read of the wonderful life and works of I DEWITT Feb. 28.—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bennett and children were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Strack home. Afternoon visitors were Margaret, Gladys, andT36ris^Tiene. Russell Thomhill called at the Naymon Lathrora home Simday evening. M. L. Klrby and Paul Stinson made a business trip to lola Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bennett and children and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cress and Harlan spent Saturday evening at the Ross Cress hlome. . Mrs. Leo Fredrick and boys spent ^unday afternoon at the parental Michael home. Miss Lillian Land spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Glen Strack. Mrs. Charley Tenriming called on Mrs. Otto Tlene Saturday evening. Mrs. Herman Crawford and children spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Robert Bennett and children. Sunday afternoon visitors at the C. F. and George Stroh home were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stroh and family and Grandma Stroh of Yates Center. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lowry and children of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ellis, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cress and Shirley Cress. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stroh and children spent the evening there. Mr. and Mrs, Glen Strack have moved to the Hall farm vacated by William Krueger. Leo Fredrick attended the Knights of Columbus initiation in Humboldt' Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Cress and Shirley. Miss Fern Tomlinson and Paul Stinson were Simday dinner guests at the J. A. Cress home. Charley Temmlng hauled com froni the M. L. Klrby place for R; L. Works Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bennett and children spent Sunday afternoon at the parental Bennett home. Mr. amd Mrs. Fred Dice and Joan, and Harrv Conklin, Margaret and Thelma Eileen spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Milo Her- steln and Mrs. Ida Herstein. Several of the farmers in this vicinity are sowing oats this nice weather. Mrs. Leo Fredrick and boys called at the Charley Temming home Sunday evening. Paul Stinson, who has be^n working at the M. L. Klrby home this winter, returned to his home in Sky Rocket district Tuesday. Ross Cress is ill with intestinal flu and yellow Jaundice. Mr. and [Mrs. Frank Carey and family have moved -from the Gurwell farm to property in Humboldt. Harvey Scott and family will move to the farm vacated by Carey's. GAS CITY,' Kas.. Mar. 2.—Mrs. D. D. Deneen was a Sunday eve ning caller at the home of Mrs. Bert Damitz. Mr. and; Mrs. C. L. Osbom visited Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ellsworth. Ruby Osbom, Marjorie Pine, and Aileen and Willena Lane visited Sunday at the Rosefaeu^ home. The W. C. T. U. held their regular meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Prank Prase. The president presided over the meeting which was opened by slngtag, "Some Glad, Day." "The scripture reading was givep by Mrs. Belle Wood, and Mrs. ic. Cannain and MJrs. C. L. osbom led in prayer. After singing "March of Allegiance," the | minutes of the previous meeting were read and roll call was ^^spouledl to with Bible verses. Mrs. H. W. Chancy gave the treasurer's report and Mrs. Dora White reported on the wort done Ins the interest of flower mlsr sion and relief. The Messenger quiz was given by Ml«. A. P. Holten. The following readings were given: "Never," Mrs. W. L. Harmon; "A Minister's View on the Prohibition Question," Mrs. Dell Adams; "Real Depression," Mrs. Shennan Dickerson: "A young lady's letter to Mrs. Roosevelt," Mrs. C. L. Osbom. and Calvin Coolidge's article on law observance, Mrs. Bert Damitz. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Frase and Mrs., Osbom. The next Hieetlng will be held at the home of Mrs. H. W. Clianey. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tompkins and son, O. W., of MielveiTi, Kas., and Mr. and Mrs. Al Elkins of Kansas City, were visitors Wednesday at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. Fred Tompkins and Mrs. Sally Tompkins. Mrs. Dora White spent Wednesday in lola at the home of Mrs. Jim Pine. John Steele of Gamett, was a caller Monday afternoon at the Damitz home. Mr. and Mre. Ralph Perkins and son, Victor Carl, visited last week with the former's mother, Mrs. Lena Perkins. i •Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forrester of Pawnee Station visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Webber. . ^ , Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Skcen spent Sunday with relatives in LaHarpe. Morning worsliip services at the M. E. church at 10 o'clock Sunday riioming. Sermon bj* the pastor. Rev. W. E. Van Patten. Sunday school at 11 a. m; Junior League at 5 p. m. and Senior League at 6:30 Sunday-school at the Church of God at 10 o'clock Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Cornell of west of lola, have moved to the Lucy Cornell property on North Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Damitz made a business trip to Parsons Thursday. Mrs. A. T. Cundy and children John Joseph and Mabel Ruth, visit- PAGE THREE SA^ES SISTER UNDER TRAIN "I'don't hiut—saved my sister, didn't I?" Betty Le Master, 8, ^own above in an Athens, O., hospital, spoke those words un- liilndful of the seven fingers she ^criflced in saving her little sister, Rita, 6, from death beneath a train. Rita had been playing under a freight car. When it started to move, Betty crawled imder, pushed her sister free Just as a'wheel criished her hands. ed Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. J. E. Campbell, of east Gas. : Mrs. Belle Hobart has returned to'her home In Klncaid.after spend- inir the past week at the home of her tirother, John Beeding. Mr.' and Mrs. Douglas Moore who hive been visiting relatives In Oklahoma, returned home Wednesday. Bert Shaughnessy of LaHarpe. was a> caller Wednesday at the Tom Webber home. Mrs. Una Hlsey of Mildred, spent Wednesday at the John Beeding home^ - Mr; and Mrs. Earl Beck and Jes^ Goldsmith of Melvem, Kas.. were guests Wednesday night at ' the htjime^of their aunt. Mrs. Sally Tompkins. Do You Know that the Salvation Army was known during Its first thirteen ; years under the name of the Christian Mission? and That we have in stock the new Firestone Sealtyte tube at the regular cost. Come in and look it over. CITY OIL CO. D. C. Dallea, Mgr. Washlnirton and Broadway FIRESTONE-TEXACO SCLOkTDRlXiCU'iBTn MOTpROIL 1 Gallon ....L... 45c 5 Gallons r. $L75 Tractor Oil 1 Gallon 50c 5 Gallons ,.. i $1.89 Guaranteed lOOrc Pure Paraffin Base IDEAL GARAGE 210 N. WashingtoD Phone 174 HURRY! HURRY! FIreSale! Just 10 More Days -OCThis- MONEY-SAYING SELLING EVENT! EVERYTHING MUST GO! 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