Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 8, 1933 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR NEW SPONSORS FOR TWILIGHT : AGGREGATIONS •plans for New Season Are Laid at Meeting of League Officials ; Five teams will again coihpose the lineup to start oii another season ; ot play.in the Ida Twilight base-ball league, it was made known in tlie first spring meeting held In city hall last night. The teams are expected to be •'similar in personnel, but three spon: sors of clubs last ye^r have turned over their franchises to other hands. ; - The former Vans Bakers, the colored boys .and runners-up for the •flag last year, will cavort' as the lola Theater Stars, Mickey Mouses, , 5)r some other suitable nickname. Scarborough Brothers drug store lias taken over the franchise of the ' "champion Register Printers. The Brigham hardware company has wlthdrav/n from the race and the place may be taken over by the Fairmont creamery. The Texacos and Union Gas com'. pany outfits will be back In the run- .nlng again. Grocery Proposal Vetoed, i . A representative of the grocery -I •'stores of lola was present in the interest of a team, but desired to draw players fi ;om Moran and the matter was rejected. All of the five managers who will direct clubs; thi-bugh ihe coming * season welfc:present.at the meeting. They are Melvin Bums, Gassers; Walter Davis, Texacos; Paul Wright. Scarboroughs; George Allen, lola Theater; Harry Pope who wlll^ man- iage the fifth team which may be , sponsored by the .Fairmont cream- cry. : Prospective club owners present were Melvin Burns, M. N. Hillyer, - and C. C. Hite. Under the guidance of President J. D. Buchanan and Secretary A. L. : Neete the team heads. adopted a , few new proposals and discussed • . several other ideas. Another meeting was set for Friday. March 17. John Copenlng, last year's presl- dent who resigned at the close of ; the season, was voted in as vice' president. i • Treasurer Necjte reported the reserve in the bank now at $71.17. Limit to Eight IVQles. Probably the. most noteworthy ; measure ruled iiji.was the extentlon of the, five-mile player limit to eight miles. LaHarpe and Plqua • players may now participate in play , under the new ruling, but not those • from Hiunboldt. The racilus of eight miles will be measured: from the courthouse. * The. color&d representatives re' quested the rigljit to draw players from Humboldt and the request was , granted to the eitent of. a maximum - of; tliree. • P. H. Baker and Jake, Billbe. lun- pires who were in harness at the . close of last season, were voted back in, subject to their approval. , ...Improvement to the smelter {irounds was discussed. It is hoped that the outfield may be rolled, the " road running throiigh the field from the ea.st may be closed, and llmita- , ticn placed on cojws tied in the park. ' The Union Gas. company representa- ; tive, Melvin Burqs, offered to supply any needed gas pipe for repair of backstop and fences. ^ «ew bases, and a supply of base: bells must be purchased before the start, of the season. Secretary Neete • fA rules committee was named to draft a playing code to be presented . for; approval at the next meeting. - Final decision as to the sponsorship of teams will be made known then also. THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, WEDNESDAY EVENING. MARCH 8. 1933. ON THE ALLEYS ttagw Staadincs. W. li. Pla mors ... 44 34 Colts ..39 39: Recreations . ...34 44 RECREATIONS. Ayling . 162 162 Sutton 192 120 Mittelbach 137 121 Foust 133 148 Clemans 221 204 ^ Totals 889 799 PLA MORS. Reuther 155 199 Doolittle 179 160 Fritchle ....166 166 Corr 13a 176 Billbe . ....172 182 Pet. .564 .500 .436 162 125 156 141 234 194 196 166 176 167 54iB 535 498 491 521 Totals 811 883 898 2592 Fami Bureau . ...News..." FARM CALENDAR Thursday, March 9.—Regular meeting of Jeddo unit. Thursday, March 9.—Regular meeting of Central Avenue. Friday, March 10.—Regular meeting of Rock Creek unit with Mrs. J. H. Palmer. Satiu-day, March 11—Vacation. Monday, March 13.—Osage unit meets with Mrs. Tom Lewis. Tuesday, March 14.—Humboldt unit meets with Mrs. Harwood. . Wednesday, March 15.—Dia­ mond'unit meets. Wednesday, MBrch 15.—Class meeting at LaHarpe high school at 8:00 o'clock. Helpful Thought. Many a man who does not know his own mind ; would be surprised to learn how well his acquaintances know it. • ' ' Honsehold Hint. Waxed floors: , To safeguard the beauty of your floors, clean them thoroughly; then wax and polish them. They will fairly glisten and can be kept clean by merely w-iping up dry Instead of the frequent . washing otherwise needed. Twice a year should be often enough for the waxing unless the floors get especially hard Usage. If necessary, they may be wiped occasionally wltht a damp cloth wrung out of cold water. This does not harm the wax. NEWS OF MORAN Shirley Antt Doofhty Bom to BIr. And MIS. Dee DoiiKbty l*^ Sasiday Htomiiir. , i Boston Port Bill. vin retaliation for the action of the Boston Tea Party,the English parliament passed a bill, March 7, lt74, prohibiting the ; landing or loading of merchandisie in Boston Harbor. Commerce was transferred to Marblehead and Salem, and General Gage was sent to Boston to enforce the law, and remained there until after the Battle of Bunker .Hill. JANET GAYNO^ ASKS DIVORCE Film; Star Charcres Husband with Undue [jealousy. Los Angeles. Mar. 8. (AP)—Jealousy is assigned by Janet Gaynor, screie'n star,, as the principal cause of a marital rift which caused her to seek a divorce from Lydell Peck, scretin writer. .; The actress" complaint filed yes- ,terday, sets forth that Peck was imduly Jealous and suspicious of j.hcr and suffered fits of anger and quarreled with her over petty things. . This; she charged, interferred with lier iirofcsslonal career. The complaint also charges Peck drank intoxicating liquors to excess at parties they attended and used abusive language toward her. Miss Gaynor and Peck were married 'in Oakland, Calif., September 11, l'939. The date of separation was given as last Decemser 14. Recipe. \ Ice Box Soils. \ (Mrs. Stevenson.) Scald 1 quart milk. • Wliile scalding hot add 1 tup mashed potatoes, 1 cup sugar, 1 cup lard,; 2 tsp. salt. Let stand,untU luke-warm then add 1 cake Fleisii- man yeast, 1 tsp. soda, 1 tsp. baking powder and flour to make a soft batter, then place in a warm place 45 minutes, then add flour to make soft dough and put in ice box or eooi place. When you wani to use it, cut apd; grease well and fold edges over ismcj put in warm place to raise, for 2 hours before baking. Bake from 15 to 30 nrtinuccs in hot oven. HorvfUe Unit Meets. The Horville unit of the Farm Bureai club met at the Pethemgill home, Wednesday, March .1, for an all day meeting. (The morning was devoted to preparing the different breads. Parker House and Oatmeal Rolls and Wliolo Wheat Bread Were made. At the noon hour a covered di.sh lunch was served. The afternoon session wascallec^ at 2 p. m. After repeating the crecjd. roll call and secretary's report the Work on the^rdening project; by Mrsi Harry Grllfln. The April meeting will be with Mr^. H. J. • Patterson. Members present were Mrs. C. E. James, Mrs. Elmer Strickler, Mrs.H. J. Patterson; Mrs. Harry Griffin, Misses .Vide Fethemgill, Pearl Mealey, Nellie Austin, iAnna Fethemgill, Mrs. Lewis Howland and Mrs, Clara Howland, Osage Unit Meets. The Osage unit of the Farm Bureau club met at the home of Mrs. Tom Lewis. Since, there were only three members at the meeting, they decided to meet on Monday, March 13 for another meeting. The sub-, jects. for. this meeting will be bread making, gardening, and a few points on poultry.^ The members who were present fiiiished the program for the year. I BflEAL ESTATE ISANSFERS I (From the Office of The lola I Abstract Co., 108 W. Jackson) • ^ ^ : « March 6. 1933. Mrs. S. J. Priddy et al to Lury Fields, lot 3, block 1, Baird's subdivision of N'.i of lot "X" Boughton's sub-diVision of the SEU of 3624-18, addition to the City of lola, Kas. Charles: S. Stanley and. Anna Stanley, his wife, to Lewis C. Stan- Icy, ;NEV.i of 34-25-20. $1. March 7, 1933. 1 Harry L. Lacy and Gladys M. Lacy, his wife, to The Allen County State bank, a corporation. Lots 1-2-3 Block 6 of Palmer's First addition to the City of LaHarpe. $1.00. JAPANESE BUYING OLD IRON. San Angelo. Tex.—Emery Davis, ranchman and airplane;pilot claims to have discovered the latest method of "de-fleaing" dogs. ^ "When our dog 'Wag' takes on a! harbor has been not«3 since Japan Unparallcledliicrease in Junk Shipments is Reported. Los Angeles, March 8. (AP)— Thousands of tons of discarded automobiles from the Pacific coast are finding their way to the steel mills of Japan. Although the Japanese have been purchasing metals in the shape of everjthing from junked / rails to steamships for years, an increase of more than 2,000 per cent in the exports of junk from the Los Angeles (Mrs. G. H. Ford) MORAN, Mar. 6—Rev. J. R. Wil- Uams, pastor of the Methodist Epls- 486 [copal church and bis family have 437 been visiting the past week at Osage 414 City, the home of Mrs. Williams' 422 parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Stout. 659 Rev. WilUams returned Saturday for the (;)osing services of the csonfer- 862 2550 1 ence year, and occupied his pulpi Sunday morning at Savonburg and closed his work here Sunday evening. He bad intended leaving for Lawrence. this morning to attend the annual conference of his church scheduled to be held this week, but which was postponed because of the banking situation over the nation. Rev. Lewis Smith, a retired pastor whose home is northwest of town, wai chosen to represent the congregation at the laymen's 6onference beginning Wednesday. ' Barbara Jean Brouillard, the little dailghter of Mi", and Mrs. "Chuck" Brbulllard, had ' the misfortune to fall Saturday while at play on roller skates and broke one of the bones in her lower right arm. She was taken to St. John's hospital where X-rays were taken and the bone set. The little girl was quite comfortable the following day. ^ Bdiss Eloise Paul has been visiting her brother, Marvin Paul and wife at Pittsburg the past week. W. E. North, choir director of the Presbyterian church, announces that regular rehearsals are to begin this week in preparation fbr the annual Easter cantata. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Knapp, formerly of Colony^ will now make Moran their home and Mr. Knapp will have charge of the Skielly filling station. Mr. and Mrs. Knapp are occupying tb6 H. M. Cllne residence. Mr: and Mrs. s Albert Brouillard and daughter Noiina Lee, Parsons, came Saturday for a visit until Tuesday with relatives and friends here. The old anvil: that had been quiet for sixteen years, was heard again at five o'clock Saturday morning, when John Hurley, one of Moron's most ardent Democrats, gave expression to his exuberant spirit and awakened the sleepy populace of the town by firing at intervals for some time the old anvil announcing the inauguration of another Democratic president. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Doughty an- noimce the birth of a baby daughter Sunday morning, weighing T.~! pounds to whom they have given the name Shirley Ann. Mrs Doughiy before her marriage was Miss Louise Manning. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Boman and Children were dinner guests of Mrs. Soman's mother. Mrs. fi. G. Stalcy and family. Sir. and Mrs. Boman have just moved 10 the Spuwr farm west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Taylor were Sunday afternoon ^uedts 01 Mr. v.n i Mrs. Lloyd Winslow. The Willing Workers of the Pres- bsrterlan church held their annual business meeting and election of officers Thursday afternoon at tha home of Mrs. Arthur Mendell. X^ol- lowing the annual reports the election resulted in the choice of Mrs. W. A. Cline as president; Mrs. Claud Taylor, vice-president, and the re-election of Mrs. Lloyd Winslow, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Chas. Mendell, Mrs. Rees Bufland and Mrs. Arthur Mendell wer^ the hostesses and served refreshments to 17 members present. A short musical program closed the meeting and it consisted of a piano solol Betty Jo Mendell; vocal solo, Maxlhe Laugh- lln; and a clarinet trio by Virginia Taylor, Maxine Laughlin and Kathryn Mendell. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin and sons Billy and Bobby spent Sunday in Blue Mound with relatives. :Clyde Sickly, Conesus, N. Y., ISrs. Bertha Bondy and daughter, Anna Louise Bondy, Kansas City, called here for the furjf."al of their mother and grandmother, Mrs. M. F. Sickly, which was held Thursday in lola, are remaining for an indefinite visit here with their brother and uncle, Dumont Sickly and wife. . Miss Eva Hurley,'Kansas City, and Miss Velma Shimi'ard, Pittsburg, visited over the week-end with Miss Hurley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hurley and other! relatives. James McGuir^ Osawatomie, is here for a few dtiys visit with 'his sisters. Miss Maggie McGulre, Mrs. Charles Hesson and Mrs, John Hurley- J • Mrs. P. M.- Doop has as her guest th^ week Mrs. Pauline Johnson of Mound Valley. They will go to lola this afternoon where Mrs. Doop will receive instruotion as clothing leader in the local farm bureau unit. Mrs. Elizabeth Simpson went to Kansas City Sunday afternoon for a fejw days visit with her daughter, Mrs Donald Merrill and Mrs. Merrill.! Under the direction of Mrs. W. J. Wells, president of the Ladles' Aid society of the Methodist Episcopal church, a group of £he church ladies spent the day Thursday af the home of Mrs, Ralph Martin iand knotted a comfort for Mrs. Lacey.' The Aid society of the Christian church held an all day meeting last Thursday at the home of Mrs. John Weast with the following members present: Mesdam^s: S. E. Powler, George Weast, Clay Weast. C. P. Brouillard, Delia Grow, J. A. Cook, E. H. Bartlett, George Hubbard, Ida Merrill, Fred Greshem, T. A. McLaughlin, Bronson. Rev. Greshem and children and Dorothy Weasi were dinner guests. Misses Emilv Wells, Faye Weast, and Evelyn Whitlow, who speni week-end with relatives here, returned to their Junior college work in lola this morning. 1 Brushing Up SporfcS - - - By Laufer f USELESS . RECEDED 18'. BASES ON BAUS . IS A MEMBER OF NEWS OF COLONY Fire Damages House Occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johns Tuesday Morning. cargo.. of fleas, we take him on an i began its invasion of China, airplane trip," he explained. "The' minute we reach un altitude that clears the hilltops, the fleas come to the sijrface of wag's fur,for air, take a: look around and hop out of {he ..jjlane." Five Die in Germany. BerUn, March 8. (AP)—Five persons were killed and several injured today in political disturbances in four Cerpian dtlesj Fletcher to Banldng P6^. Washington, Mar. 8. (AP)-^The senate Democratic steering committee today selected the new chairman of all standing committees for the new congress and assigned the important banking and finance posts to Senators Fletcher, Florida, and Harrison, Mississippi, respectively. Seattle—Despite jhis name, L M. Riches was broke 1 today. He was forced off the gold standard, he reported by a thief who robbed him of his last; two ».50 gold pieces and one $5 gold piece, besides $20 in sU- CpLONY. Mar. 8—Fire caused by ; a defective flue damaged the house owned by the Home.Savings?& Loan association of Ottawa, and occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johns and daughter, about 9:45 o'clock yesterday morning. The city fire department, extinguished the blaze Jly use of chemicals. It is thought there is some insurance. Mr. and Mrs. WiUiam Penn, Humboldt, spent Monday in Colony with his sister, Mrs. Massey, and .family. Mrs. Massey Is ill with a nervous breakdown. Ernest Johns is in Odessa, Mo., this week on business. Henry Graham, Odessa, Mo., visited last week in Colony with his cousins, Mr. and jMrs. Ernest Johns and daughter Dodo. Mrs. A. H. Martin, who resides at the home of Mrs. Smith Culler, suffered a paralytic stroke Monday. At present she is In a serious condition. Mrs. Fletcher, lola, is caring for heh Mrs. J. H. Skourup, Who has been seriously Dl, is Improving. -Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Barrackman spent Sunday with relatives in Fredonia and Independence. Mrs. Busby and Jimmie Barrackman returned home with them after spending several weeks In Fredonia with relatives. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb and children spent Sunday in LaHarpe with her parents; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Larkey. i Miss Flossie Murphy visited relatives and friends in Lawrence last Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Golden and Carl Ellis attended a show in lola Monday, night. Sam Murphy made a business trip to Kansas City Thursday. Mrs. J. H. Mosing is ill this week. Alfred Gregg and Max Henderson were lola Yisitors Saturday night. Eugene Hill was a visitor in Chanute Saturday night. Frank Mazure and Ben Huck were visitors in Kansas City Saturday. Lawrence} yfolan, who has been suffering from hiccoughs since Mar. 1, was able to be up town yesterday, although not entirely recovered. . Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Thompson and family spent Monday evening in lola. C. D. Beshears made a business trip to Garriett Monday. Mr. and Mrs. caifton Dickerson were in lola Saturday night. Eug;ene Sterling was In Chanute Saturday. Mr. Vandevier. southwest of Colony, is loading an emigrant car preparatory to moving to Iowa. Karr Dryden and Albert Jackson moved the' household goods of Miss Beula V. Moore, to the Johnson apartment house the first of the week. Albert also wired the rooms. Misses Nadine Christian and Doris McCaughey and Messrs. Dean Brooks and Wallace Jackson attended the theater in lola Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Hill were lola visitors Saturday night. A. H. Martin is recovering from a recent Illness. Kermlt O'Harra, Kansas City, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. O'Harra and family. Mrs. J. H. Burnett's right hand, which was seriously Injured several months ago, is getting better. I Dean Smith and Guy Crammer made a business trip to near Geneva Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Judd Graham spent the week-end in Coffeyyille visiting a daughter, Mrs. Ruth fctewin, and Mr; Gewin. MIS. Mary Smith and daughter Hilda, Mrs. Nellie Smith and son Dean were lola visitors Saturdi^y. Mrs. W. E. iJoimston spent from Thursday until Sunday with ^la- tives in Pittsbiirg. The men who have l>een working on the streets were imable to continue the first of the week because of the rain. They reported that they had, completed the work on Oak street Monday. Colony people are bec(Hnln(r CHURCH LEAGUE PLAY Standings. W. L.- Pet. Catholic 2 0 1.000 Christian Sr 2 0 1.000 Presbyterian 2 1 .667 United Brethren ...2 1 .667 Methodist 1 1 .500 Christian Jr. .../..0 2 .000 Trinity {..0 2 .000 Baptist 0 2 .000 iOIJA, KANSAS NEWS OF MILDRED Ora M. Piiuieo Laid to Rest in Fair- I view • Cemetery on Wednesday Aft^oon. Results Last Night. ; Christian—28 G dubbard, f 0 SWinford, f 3 Hurlock. f 0 EUiott, f 5 Childress, c 1 Hamil, e 0 Williams, c 0 Donaldson, g 4 Lewinan, g 0 FT 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Totals , Methodists—7 tangsford, f ... Lee, f Middleton, c .. filler, g ...13 G ... 1 ... 1 ... 1 ... 0 Arndt, g , 0 FT 0 0 0 0 1 Totals 3 1 4 Score at half: Christian 15, Methodist 7. , Christian Jr.— 11 G FT F Frantz, f .. 2 1 0 Long, f .. 0 0 1 Taylor, f .. 0 0 0 Childress,, c .. 0 0 2 Brown, c .. 1 0 1' Lane, g .-. 2 ^ 0 2 Dunham, g .. 0 0 0 Cox, g .. 0 0 0 Totals .. 5 1 •6 Presbyterians— S3 G Mclntyre, f -. 0 Rosenberg, f — 0 McClay, f 3 Bowlus, c 8 Sutherland, g 2 Gilbert, g 2 Anderson, g .-... 0 Totals 15 Score at half: Christian Presbyterian 15. FT 1 0 0 0 • 2 0 0 3 Jr. and seem to believe it is the beginning of a real reconstruction peHod. DcKit forget that the yoiing peoples union party will be held tomorrow (Thursday) evening in the (Community church after choir practice. All members and those who have attended are invited. HOOVER FREE TO WALK NOW No Guards About Him as He Strolls on Park Avenue. New York, Mar. «. (AP)—Walking abroad without a secret service guard for only the second time in more than tour years, Herljert Hoover today enjoyed a self-conducted window shopping jaunt down Park avenue. "The ex-president was recognized by few persons as he left his closely guarded hotel apartment for his morning walk, accompanied by his youngest son, Allan, and his secretary, Lawrence Richey. Several persons spoke to him by name, and He returned their greeting with a nod, but for the most part his high-turned collar against the heavy mist afforded him the rion-recognition Ke apparently desires, i Richey said Mr. Hoover was still undecided as to when he would set out for his California home. 1 Deep Cut Prices Ford T Connecting Bod, Exchange 49c Ford A Connectins Bod, ExclianKe : ..840 Chevrolet 4 and 6 Connecting Rod, Exchange .84c All ether cars in proportion. ANDREWS & SdN lola—14 South vraOOngtm - 815 MILDRED, Mar. 6.—Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins have nioved into Mrs. Walter Lacey's house. Miss Mildred 'clarke visited Miss Lola Pugh several days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Marsh called at Jerry iHackett's Saturday. Miss Veta Hackett who has been seriously ill, the results of an infected tooth, is better and can now swallow and take some nourishment and we hope she will soon be well on the road to recovery. Jesse Higgs and family of Fort Scott have moved on his father's farm one mile west of Mildred. Mrs. Lucy Crevlson is here visiting her mother Mrs. Jess Williams. Garfield Riece and family have moved from the McKinder farm into the house'on'Mrs. Mary Whittlng- tbn's fann, and Mr. Stumbo and family haye moved on McKInder's farm. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Adams were In Blue Mound one day this week. Mrs. Elmer Phillips went to La­ Harpe Saturday to see her daughter Mrs. Pauline Ensmlnger. Miss Bonnie Jefferls spent the week-end at home. ' Mrs.. Elmer Phillips and Mrs. Mont Miller spent Friday afternoon with ,Mr8. Millard Heath. Mrs. Heath hasn't been so well the past few days. Misses Flossie Rich, Ruth Hosley. and Christine Hardy who attend the lola junior <»llege spent the weekend at their homes here and attended the basketball tournament Saturday night. "Shorty" Myrt^ bought a house in paHarpe and had It moved on his.'farm southwest of town. It greatly Improves the looks of their fami and will make them a nice home. Lewis Wilson of Fort Morgan, Colo., attend|0d the basketball tournament Saturday night. Lewis lived in Mildred many years and his old friends were glad to renew acquaintances. Ora M. Plnneo whp died at his home north of Klncaid Monday, was laid to rest In Falrview cemetery Wednesday afternoon. The funeral services were conducted at the home by the Rev. D. W. Swender and the Rev. J. C. Lane. Mr. and' Mrs. Joe Young, Miss Evalyn Young, Mrs. Effie Young, Miss Euleta Isaac, and Helmer Jenson drove down from Kansas City Saturday and visited relatives until Sunday afternoon. Euleta attended the basketball tournament Saturday night. Mrs. John Vlckers spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Elmer Bibens. The basketball tournament was held here Friday and Saturday. The following teams entered: West- phalla^ klncaid. Blue Mound. Welda, LaHarpe, Colony, Unlontown. Mildred, LeRoy, and Bronson. George Elliott of Richmond was referee. He certain^ proved himself a referee who by his fal • dealing pleased everyone, and there 'seemed to be no hard feeling anywhere. The losers proved themselves good sports, and the large crowd present enjoyed the games very much, the largest crowd being present Saturday night for the final games. Westphalia and Unlontown played the consolation game and Unlontown won and was presented the basketball after the game. Blue Mound and Mildred played the final game. It was a hard fought game, sometimes one side being in the lead and sometimes another, Mildred being ahead at the close of the game, and was presented with a beautiful trophy. Blue Mound was also given a trophy.. Winning this tournament gives the Mildred team the right to enter the tournament at Fort Scott next week. We congratulate the teams and also their coach, Supt. W. M. Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bibens called at Elmer Bibens's Saturday. Miss lone Smith and Nigel MacDonald of LaHarpe tvere dinner guests of Miss Betty Barley Friday ievenlng. Miss Marie Miller was a dinner guest of Miss Reva Rosebrook Friday evening and Reva spent the night with her. Miss D. D. Ross of Lone Elm spent the week-end with her sister. Mrs. Earl Stout. Miss Lucienne Adams who is attending business college in Wichita. Miss Elaine Davidson of Belpre, TTERNANDO DE SOTO, dis- " coverer of the Mississippi, was buried in its *aters. The sSietch shows a SICKLE. The vessel shown is an EWER. Training Camp Notes -9? Pasadena, Calif., March 8. (AP)— Now that Al Simmons, the most discussed and most written about member of the Chicago White Sox squad is present and working. Manager Lew Fonseca's starting Uneup, as he now figures it, is complete. ; Simmons will be In left, with Mule Haas In center and either Eyar Swanson, Ellas Funk or Red Kress In right. Fonseca iwill play first base, .Minter Hayes, second; Luke Appling shortstop, and Jimmy Dykes, the third former member of the Athetlcs at third base.: St. Petersburg, Fla.—The New York Yankees have come through, the first ten da>-s of training in such excellent shape that Doc Payn-. ter, the trainer, is getting genuinely worried. "Say, if someone doesn't get hurt or something pretty sooii," he said, "the club will start thinking: they don't need a trainer and then where will I be?" . There hasn't been a sore arm or; NEWSOFUHARPE Miss Margaret Stewart Honors Miss Thelma Stevenson with Birthday Party Saturday. LAHARPE,'Mar. 8.—Frank Stevenson and Ray Fulkerson made a business trip to Kansas City Tuesday evening. J. M. Bailey has moved to the Mrs. Mary Dayton property in the west part of town. Miss Ruby Young is quite ill at her: home with appendicitis. Eddie Ewing, Cherryvale, was a business visitor in LaHarpe Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Zlnk and family, west of lola, are now occupying the James Wingler property In the northeast part of town. Joe Glass was calling on business friends here Tuesday afternoon. Frank Jones is ill with a severe case of rhetunatism. Funeral services were held at thp home Monday at 2:30, conducted by the Reverend Smith, for Miss Mary Greer.who passed away Saturday morning. Burial was made In the LaHarpe cemetery. Sympathy Is extended to the family. - Miss Ruth Dennis who has been seriously ill with sinus and other trouble is improving somewhat. Ferd Sellman is moving to the Tharp property west of town on the slab. Herbert Martin was in Ibla 011 business Tuesday, Mrs. C. T. Harris who has been seriously lU remains about the same. : Homer Troxell and Frank Troxell drove to Kansas City on business "Tuesday evening. r\ .Fred Heathman Jr., is 111 at his home with scarletlna. Many telephone poles east of town on the slab are down due to the storm Monday evening. The lines are being repaired as rapidly as possible. "Charle.v-horse" hi the camp sinceN. Prentice. Ottawa, was call- the athletes began work. . ' J °" ^^}'^^ss friends in LaHarpe St. Petersburg. Fla.—Haring advised Hubert Pruett. who had hopes of mixing his pitching with hs med- icar practice, to spend'the coming season tending his St. Louis par tients. Manager Bill McKechnle of the Boston • Braves, today appeared in the mood to tell Bill Urbanski to remain in his Perth Amboy, N. J., barber shop. Although Rabbit Maranville, Fred Leach and Red Worthington have yet to appear in camp, McKechnle is worried only by Urbanski's unexplained absence. Nothing has been heard from him since his contract was mailed him in December. Tampa, Fla.—If .training : camp work means anything, the: Cincinnati Reds should go places in the National league pennant race. I Manager Donle Bush, intent on putting his charges in'prlme condition, has banned benches'fro'm the field during practice so the players will keep on their feet and hustle. In excellent health after the attack of influenza wlilch laid him up last year, Chick Hafey was .on. the grounds today. Tuesday afternoon. A birthday party was held Saturday evening at the home of Miss Margaret Stewart in honor of Miss 'Rhelma Stevenson. Refreshments were served to the following guests: Mi.«es Thelma Stevenson, Leota Culbertson, Dorothy Stennitt, Maud Stewart, Varble Sterling, Grace Sprague. and Freddie Whltaker, Frank Sterling, Elvln Robinson, Ralph Stewart, Gerald Reld, and the hostess. Miss Margaret Stewart. Kas., who is also a student of W. B. C, and Leonard Lombard of Wichita drove down Saturday and attended the tournament and visited relatives and friends until Sunday afternoon. MOTOR OIL 1 Gallon 45c 5 Gallons $1.75 Tractor Oil 1 Galloh I 50c 5 Gallons $1.89 Guaranteed 100^ Pure Para ,ffin Base IDEAL (GARAGE i 210 rr. Washington- Phone 174 They've Stood Ihe "iest o^'Tlwe EstabUshed 1906 Williams Monument Works 301: So. Wash. lola, 'f^M. Layle's Honest Priced As Low As- Per Room Don't be fooled by lo>v;priced side walLs and then pay 4c per yarci for border. ComparefOur Room Prices. Not Necessary to nfake'Border. IN COOK'S D^iJG STORE WALL PAPER—PAINTS—SCHOOL SUPPLIES "THEATER OF THE STARS" THEAT TODAY! Something] new in thrills—a I m d d e rn story of today's great air liners! i Admission lOC TO ALL! With EVALYN KNAPP JAiyiES MURRAY THELMA TODD Added: • FATTY ARBUCKLE in his first talking comedy "HEY POP!" Screen Snapshots and Band Act And Fridajr Matinee lpc-15c Night 10c-25c Let's face the greatest moral problem of our day I Let's see what the depression is'doing to tOVEI Arc men taking advantage of hard timed? Ar^ girls taking the easiest way to get a job? Only it big picture could treat this vital, question... jtnd hite it is I W A R R E N :L Q R E T f A WILLIAM r YOUNG ENninfEESENtRANCf A Flm Nuioul FIcMn with ALICE WHITE • WALLACE FOR0 RUTH DONHELLY* ALLEN JENKINS

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