Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 11, 1933 · Page 4
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Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, March 11, 1933
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PAGE FOUR OILERS FACING DARKHORSESIIT FINAL CONTEST Roseni)erg-ArveySj Chicago iTeam, May Win A. A; U. Title Kansas City, Mar. 11. .AP)-A new champion quintet will be erowned kings of tha Amateur Athletic union's basketball world tonight in the titular battle of the national court tournament between the - favored [Tulsa Diamond Oilers and the darkhorse Rosenberg-Arvey cag- ers fromj Chicago who make the free throws count. Decisively humbled by the Oilers In the i semi-finals, the thrice- champion Henrys of Wichita, Kas., will engage the other defeated semi. finalist — Southern Kansas Stage • Lines of Kansas City—in the play; off game for third place. The Rosenberg-Arveys, who wear : the name of a pair of Chicago sports enthusiasts with political conncc- ; lions, defeated the Kansas City Stage Liners, 34-28, with deadly accuracy at the free throw line, i)fe • same as it was against their pre; vious victims. Against the rough Stage Liners last nigrit Joe Relff, former North- wcstcni University star, sank all five of his free throw attempts and five field goals to boot, and. Big Bob Gruenig sent half a dozen 1-point shots whistling through the net be- ] sides registering a brace of field • goals. - i Stronir on,Free Throws. I The Chicago team composed of former prep sehool teammates made 12 free throws in ; defeating the highly rated Denver Giggly- Wigglles Wednesday night and ten in a 24-21 quarter-finals victory over the Pasa- ! dena, Calif., Majors. ] i The Stage Liners, fourth place ; winners I in last year's tournament, i found their stride only once when a long desperate goal by Bootli Myers tied ithe score at 28, [The Liners • played the last,minute or two with only four hands on deck and three on the bench who had been ex- i pelled for tickling and other misdemeanors to the extent of four per- | sonal fouls apiece. i The advantage of free throws may | not be available in the title game I with th|e Oilers, however, because i the Tulsans have been : thoroughly j trained jin precision basketball by , "Little 1 Bill" Miller, coach and • manager. They were, debited with j only five fouls in handing a 34-20 i defeat to the Henrys, who are go- j ing to Hawaii on an exhibition tour \ regardless of the loss of the title i tfiey had held three years. The Oilers ran their string of, consecutive victories to 24. including ; three over the Henrys by defeating_|^ the travel-worn and poorly, condi- , tloned Wichitans. i Larson Saves Team. Clean overhead guarding by Carl Larson, Tulsa's giant center formerly of Bethany college at Linds- borft, Kals.. prevented the vanquished champiohs—Long Tom Pickell, Mel Miller, tjhe trlck-sbot forward, and all— froiji scoring I'egularly within close range, and the Henry defense • was caught flat-footed several times by the slippery Oiler offensive directed by Chuck Hyatt, forward, formerly of the University of Plttis- burgli and Los Angeles Athletic club. The scoring honor went to Bart CArlton.j former Oklahoma teachcr.s coDegc star, who made half the Oilers' points with eight baskets and a free tlirow. Berry Dunham, captain of the Henrys and playing coach through the regular season, made a desperate bid to remain in tlie tournament, hitting three long goals and one from under the basket when the Oiler defense had relaxed. . MillerJ whose one-hand stab in the closing seconds of last year's finale made him the hero of the Henrys' one-point victory over the runnerup Maryville. Mo., Teachers, was held to a goal and a free throw. • On their march to the finals, the Oilers defeated Kansas Wesleyan university. 38-20. Johnson Floors of , Los Angeles, 32-15, Phillips university of Enid, Okla., 30-17, and then the Henrys. NSWERS mtoday^- JME-1 ta THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 11, 1933. HUMBOLDT NEWS Robert LeimenstoU Elected President of Hnmboldt Congenial Club. census was taken in 17S0. The animal siiown is an AHMADILLO. • THK HAGUE. NETHKRLANDS, \A the .seat ot the World Court. Farm Bureau ...News... FARM CALENDAR. Monday, March 13. Osage unit meets with Mrs. Tom Lewis at 1:30 o'clock. Tue.sday. March 14. Humboldt unit will meet with Mrs. Harwood at 2 o'clock. Tuesday, March 14. Elsmore unit. Tuesday, March 14. Horville 4-H club, 8 o'clock. Wednesday, Marcli 15. Class meeting ut LaHarpe at 8 o'clock. Thursday. March 16. Qfflce. Friday, March 17. LaHarpe unit meets all day with Mrs. Duiikerton. Saturday, March 18. Office. Helpful Thought: I have discovered, after long experience, that misunderstandings arise between men largely because of failure of adequate expression. —Owen D. Young. CHICAGO PAYS FAREWELL TRIBUTE TO SLAIN MAYOR Household Hint: General points in cooking eggs: Eggs should be cooked below the boiling point. Tlie longer you cook eggs the easier they are to digest. Eggs are used as a thickening agent in pies,- cakes and custards. Eggs are used as a leavening agent in souffles, omelet and sponge cake. To improve flavor and texture in muffins, cakes and other mixtures. Eggs are used as a coating agent in preparing foods for deep fat frying. Cover left over uncooked eggs *ith cold water, or cover with a light cover. CLEANER OFFICIAL IS DEAD Maniifaoturcr of Vacuum Machines Falls from Window. Cleveland. O.. Mar. 11. (API—Dan P. Hoover, 47, vice-president of the Hoover company, manufacturers of vacuum cleaners, dropped to his death from a fifth floor window of the Cleveland clinic this moming. Hoover was the .son of the late W. H. Hoover, founder of the company. He came here from' his home at North Canton. O.. several days ago for treatment of an intestinal disorder. Police were without immediate details of the case. Assistant Coroner Wilson S. Chamberlain was investigating. The widow, a. daughter, and three sons sun-lve. Sergeant: Eugene Gorman of the Cleveland police - department told newspai>crmen he would report that Hoover ended his life ol 111 health. PROBE QUADRUPLE KILLING Bodies of Four Found Slain in Iowa Farm House. Oood Will Class to Meft. The Good Win Class of the Methodist Sunday school will hold its regular monthly party at the homo of R. S. Goblo Tuesday afternoon at East Gas. Chicago—The Rev. Ray Harrison of the fourth Presbyterian church told police that thieves stole a Bible from ills car. As a reward for Its return he offered a new Bible. , HUMBOLDT, Mar. 10.—Mr. W. L. Clay, who is awaiting the arrival of the insurance adjusters following the fire at his residence Wednesday moming. estimates the loss at about $250 to $300. Mrs. Clay is still in^ Ohio, where she has Ijeen visiting her aged mother the past, six weeks j Mrs. Joseph Andrews and Miss Mildred Squire of Davenport, la., both sisters of J. J. Squh-e whose death occurred a week ago, were unable to attend the funeral of their brother last Friday. The M. B. S. club will hold their annual men's party, at the Walter Clark home Saturday, March II. The next regular meeting of the club will be held next Thursday, March 16. The following persons were elected as officers of the World's Day of Prayer association at Its annual meeting held recently: president. Mrs. C. V. Shulenberger; vice-president, Mrs. O. W. Horn; seeretarj-, Mrs. John Lassman; treasurer, Mrs. Susan Shultz. The meeting next year will be held In the Evangelical cliurch. The newly-elected officers of the Humboldt Congenial club are: Rob- ^ ert Lelmenstoll, president, successor | to W. A. Long, who recently moved to Independence; all others being reelected to office. The following were guests of Mrs. Virgil Wrestler a few evenings ago honoring her birthday anniversary: Misses Thelma Phebus, Margaret Nessel, Helen Lelmenstoll, Margaret Bonecutter, Wanda Clark, and Messrs. LaVergne Lehman, Charles Shulenberger, Harvey Woods. Jack Heckendorn. and Hylmer Clark. Miss Oertrude Leitzbach of New •york street, entertained a few friends at a one o'clock luncheon Thursday at her home in honor of Mrs. R. B. Shook of Peoria, HI., who has been making an extended visit here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Amos and family. Five girls enjoyed a wiener roast northwest of Humboldt Thursday afternoon, while en route to their homes in Humboldt from lola junior college. They were: Misses Mary Helen Strieby, Lois Ann Meath, Mable Fackler, Margaret Nessel, and Anna Hess. The Marys and Marthas class of the Methodist church Sunday school will meet next Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. C. Strieby. The time will be spent sewing. The hostesses will be Miss Mae Wilson, Mrs. James Gibbs, and Mrs. W. C. Adams. Miss Barbara Sloan, Chanute, formerly of Humfc>oldt, is taking nurses training at a Fort Scott hospital. The Entre Nous club was entertained at the home of Mrs. E. W. Porter Thursday afternoon. Twelve members and one guest. Mrs. F. Fassman, were present. ' The members of the Hiunboldt Music club will be guests of the St. Cecilia Music club in Chanute Monday afternoon, March 13, at the Presbyterian church.; The meeting of the Humboldt club scheduled here for that day will be iMstponed until Monday, March 20. The. Ace High Bridge club met Tliur.sday afternooti with Mrs. Walter Hess of South Ninth street. Ray Lawton at Neasho Palls was a visitor In Humboldt Thursday afternoon. Mr. Lawton ha.s been a newspaper man for many years. Mrs. Elvin Upton. Humboldt, who underwent a major operation at the lola hospital some two weeks ago, is making good progress. , Mr. and Mrs. P. L. McCreary and daughter. Helen Jane, of McGregor, la., arc here visiting their son and brother, G. W. McCreary, his wife, and wife's family. Mrs. J. O. Ellis, Rutherford. N. J.. is visiting her mother, Mrs. Sarah Warner, and brothers, Tom and lOLA, KANSAS EAST lOLA AND OTHER NEWS ITEMS A half million Chicagoans who lined the streets from the railroad station to his home paid tribute to their martyred mayor, Anton J. Cermak, slain by an assassin at Miami, Fla. This picture shows part of the throng at the plain brick Cermak residence (at the right) as the casket was carried Inside. ROOSEVELT'S FIGHTING FACE HIOOKS and SLIDES BY BILL BRRUCHER Baseball Brevities •gILL VEECK'S ambition is for NEWS OF COLONY Friends .Surprise Mrs. Robert Meliza with a Party in Her Honor Thursday. (By J. P. BELL) The chief of police has issued an ultimatum requiring, all dogs to be confined on a leash. This is a good thing now that garden time is here. Bobby, the small son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Casori, 13 South- Kentucky, had a birthday Tuesday and his mother baked a nice cake for him. That the cake was excellent we can attest as we were jillowed a generous sample. . People of East lola are having their gardens plowed and the regular spring planting will soon be in evidence. Mr. and Mrs. B. Lowman, North Kentucky street road, ' entertained their son and daughter-in-law of Holden, Okla., over the last weekend. As reported in this column last week Eulate Anderson has fulfilled the report of opening a grocery store in the building formerly occupied by E. L. Cook at 919 Madison. The store Is in full operation. Misses Lulu and Blanch Cuppet, Suvonburg. spent the week-end with Miss Mildred Mark, 418 North Kentucky. Henderson Mitchell, 206 South Fourth who has been ill is reported better today. The Women's Missionary society of the Nazarene church met Thursday for an all day meeting with the Rev. and Mrs. M. R: Bishop, 401 South First. DEBT PRISONER If you think you \ have montjy troubles, consider the plight ol WiUiam Weber, 15,, above. He's In Jail for debt, having fulled to pay a $2,500 judgment to a Chicago woman he injured with his grandmother's car. Under Illinois law. six months in Jail is the penalty for failure to meet such a judgment obligation. COLONY. Kas., Mar. 11.—Mr. and i Mrs. Hervey Bell and daughter, of iTonganoxie, spent the week-end in j Colony on business. Miss Lois Barron has continued w6rl:ing for the Homer Stout family, '.vest of Colony. Mrs. Nellie Johnson worked at j the J. H. Skourup home during U--'> i recent illness of Mrs. J. H. Skourup. j who pr\ssed away Wednesday. P. V. Denton left yesterday for Emporia to spend the week-end with his family. Fred Denton, lola, was a tau-siness visitor here, Friday. The Young Peoples Union party was postponed until next week on account of the death of Mrs. Skoiu-- up. a grandmother of Miss Frances Goodell. Foster. 911 East street. Helen Snell and Louise Foster led the devotlon- als. Virginia Kinney told a story, •This Way and That." Addle Mae Kessinger told the story of the Chinese New Year. Games were played The day was "spent j and Mrs. L. E. Foster served re- I quilting and dinner was served at,'freshments to Helen Snell, Virginia ' noon. Those present were Mrs. John \ Kinney, Ella Looney, Prances Gard- Nelson, Mrs. J. C. Baker, Mrs. Ed j ner. Addle Mae Kessinger, Louise Lane, Mrs. Riley Beasley, Mrs. Nelli i Poster, Betty Jeanne Gardner, Bet- Randell, Miss Dorotha Baker, and' ty Robinson, Aleene McFann, Vio- Loraine Slack. i let Michael, Georgianna Lobaugh, Mrs. MUlie Rhodes, teacher in the \ Juanita and Elsie Hammon, Jennie junior high school, is ill at her, .Ifwln^ and the sponsor. Mrs. W. E home, East Lawn, with the flu. The W. P. Marier family ' have Van Patten. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Howey and moved from their hope. 729 South j ^^r- ^'^^ Mrs. Walter Looney and Kentucky, to 524 South Second. I children spent Thui-sday evening A. L. Maloney is ill at his home,' ^'"-^ ^^r. and Mrs. Elmer Howey. 601 406 South Second. j South Fourth. Chester Kinney, Mont Ida, vis-; Mrs. Muryih Hinson was an all ited Wednesday with friends in lola. j night guest Thursday of Miss E\-Mrs. Dolly Marple and children and Elmer Dozier, 415 North Third, motored to Humboldt Thursday to see the new baby who has come to live with their brother, Mr. Bernard Dozier and Mrs. Dozier. Miss Thelma Fielder was an all . . » „. I night guest Tuesday of Mrs. R. W. The Andereon county literary c ^^^^^ 613 South Ken- t«st will be held m Welda next Pi-i- ; ^ydfy ''^".i; •, r„ T .• . I Floyd Kunklcman. 230 South Ten- The cirls o Mrs. V. E. Mastm s ^^,,5^ „jotored to Kansas City Sunday school class gave a brth-I Tuesday evening on business, day party for their teacher, Wed- | lu^. ITH nesday afternoon. Mrs. Mastin received several nice gifts. Those 'present were: Margie Kent, Mary jRarick, Beulah Barnes. Betty Brown. I V/nnda Hester, and Dorothy Owens. I Eugene Farris, Gamett. was in j Colony Friday, on business. Mrs. John Nelson, Mrs.- Ed Lane, Mrs. Riley Beasley and son. Jerry, and Miss Dorotha Baker spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. M. R. Bish- elyn Chilcote, 431 South Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thornton left Friday evening for Leadman, Mo., where they will attend the funeral of Mrs. Thornton's brothe». Charles Pruett. who passfd away Monday at his home in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mr. Pruett was a former resident of lola. Mrs, Harold West, 435 South Fourth, visited Friday afternoon with Mrs. Earl Chilcote who is Improving nicely after a major operation in the St. John's hospital. Miss Dorothy Wilson. Miss Veta Wilson. Miss Etorotha Baker, and Loraine Slack spent Friday evening with Misses Fern and Violet Holten. op. 401 South First. The Rev. Leonard Long. Topeka. j Gas City, land Irvin Maddox called on Mr. and'i Miss Evelyn Chilcote .spent Friday 'B^rrln " and Vem Clar'K \ f^.^.' ^^^'•""' ^"'^ VT.'-^T'' ^ .,o ..t i „of „„.^ ;„ Tr_. :-rrida.v. ,311 North street. V spent last week-end m Kansas Cil.r , The^ William Skyles family V-c.^^^ •.===—=-— Jninn^,.^^^'^'";, ^^1^^^ J^'^-'''moved from 233 South Tennos.sce to pii^r^TTT A T> ^ A o ^M ^H \T REGULAR GAS , > puu^nased by Mr. and Mi-s. John- ni Monday of Miss Evelyn • j^'' . .son. Wednesday and Thursday. I chilcote. 431 South Fourth. 1 Per Gallon 11.3 Better Than U. .S. Motor ^ v... J , • , , Chilcote, 431 South Fourth, tn T T» ^""'PI The Home Guards and King.s Vh„ oi,;' ..i'-''^"^'' T T T, ; Heralds of Trinity met Wednesday ; VIMl? nil i?, r" A C ryf\ i„™ ^nl-.f f "'1"^ afternoon after school with Loulso, VlINh UlL & GAS CO. I thorne, Bartlett, spent Wednesday G RIM determination was written In every lino ot .ils face as President Roosovelt turned from Inaugural cercmnnics to dual boldly "7'^.! one of tlio most ulaRgerlng problems that over conlroiiiert an; American, president—the country's financial paralysis. In tlilsiilioio.: tak?n as Roosevelt bent to the task of setting thq nation's llfo-hlond :n circulation, the resolute set of bis Jaw matclies the boldness of bis words and action. Newton. Iowa, Mar. 11. (AP)—A I searching investigation of what officials said they believed was a triple slaying and a suicide was begun today. , •The bjodies of four persons—Mr. j and Mrs. Floyd Sanford. their daughter.. Rosalie, and ' Mahland Shipley, Ihired man—were found late yesterday on the Sanford farm near Reasoner. Sheriff Earl Shields said he believed Shipley killed the three members of the Sanford family and then ended his own life. Another of Sanford's daughters found her father's body near the bam when" she returned from .•school. Later she and a neighbor , found the bodies of Mrs. Sanford. j Rasalie, and Shipley on the kitchen lioor. Pentecostaf Church Services. Attendancp is increasing nightly at the revival services being conducted in -the Pentecostal church at the corner of Second and Neosho, according: to the pastor, the Rev. J. A. Dunham. James B. Burrcll is the evangelist and music led by, Mrs. Burrell is proving a feature of the meetings. Mr. Dunham .said. Tlie public Is invited to attend the services which are being held each night. Tomorrow Sunday school will be held at 9:45 a. m. with the preaching service at 11. New York—Alia Nazimova. Russian actress, entertained at a tea with a • recitation In her native- language. Her select audience was thrilled. She was inundated with congratulations. "Gorgeous! Marveloils! Intense feeling." they exclaimed. "What was it?" "The alphabet," said Naalaioyg, his Cubs to have one more shot at the Vanlcees . . . that last shot went pretty wild. . . . Mrs. Charles Root, wearing tro^u- .sers a la Dietrich, adds a touch . of bon vivaiit to the Cubs' train- in!? camp. . . . Pitcher Lon Warneke, ace of the Cub pitching staff, left his bride of 11 days" bark home at Norman, Okla., where she teaches. •. . . The greatest baseball trades in history came up for discussion among the play-| crs on one of the southbound specials . . . wonder if that swell trade Jbo Cantillou made when he exchanged a pitclier for a bird dog was mentioned. . . . Marvin Owen, who is expected the regular Tiger shortstop this year, has been working out- with the Santa Clara College team and studying for a master's degree. . . .Walter Mails is coach at .S.nnta Clara. . . . Col. Jake Ruppert once was a sandlot ballplayer himself. • « * All Inch, Either Way npilERE were fleeting soronds (luring the recent run pt Sir Malcolm Cumpl""!!, in which he established a new record of 272 miles an hour, when an incli eithr-r way would have spelled death , . ..the spin of his rear wlieels. after hitting small ridges in the sand, caused him to swerve dangerously near destruction ... . but he straightened her out . , . wlthl one hand. Uosroe Sarles had the most powerful wrists and forearms of any of the racing drivers . , . he skidded at Indianapolis , , . and his car was headed for the inner rail \. . . he might have saved himself by crashing there . 1 .. though spectators surely would have been killed ... he took the hard way . . . swinging his machine with a tremendous effort toward the top of the track . . . hopliyg to regain control be- DID YOU KNOW THAT— A MON'G the Detroit recruits is Lynwood Rowe . . . he pitched for tlie El Dorado, Ark., ball club . . . played halfback on the footbuir; team . . . was a guard on j the basketball team . . . j lieaved the javelin for the i track team . . . represented his school in tennis . . . and was a star on the golf team . . . what, no hockey! . . . A young man who jumped out of a school window 20 years ago to run away and ride across, the plains with the cowboys still craves action on horseback ; ... the name is Earl Sandc-. , . he has been training thoroughbreds at Belmont . . . and will ride again if the Maryland Racing Commission will give him a license . . . five years ago he •retired and bought a string ot horses . . , which didn't do very well. Grant Warner; also at the Altis Ellis home here. Mrs. Ellis Is en route to her home after visiting her husband who is employed In. Arizona. Hylmer Clark has obtained employment at the new Humboldt bakery, delivering bread and' pastries to the local stores. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Courtney have returned to their home In Kansas City after a brief visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Booe. E. R. Kimbell, stockman of Yates ! Center, was in Humboldt Monday for the transaction of business. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Booth and family of Yates Center-were Sunday guests of their son, Arthur Booth and family. Humboldt. A. L: France has been visiting his wife at the D. M. Dimorid home the past few days. Mr. France is back from the hospital in Kansas City I where" he has been confined for I riiore than two weeks. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Works and ' family, west of Humboldt, enter] tained relatives from Emporia over the week-end. Ill Colony. They brought their son, I l,.\Tnan, back to finish; school here, L\inan will .stay at the C. N. Ton- | kin home. | I Mr.^. R. S. Brooks and son Deaii; I left yesterday to spend the week- j end lir City : where Mrs i BrooV;s and her sister, Mrs. C. V. i Cochran. wlH celebrate their blrth- ! days. Friends surprised Mrs. Robert Mc- liza. Thursday night, with a party ^ in her honor at the Bungalow Tour- ] "THEATER OF THE STARS" TODAY! Admission 100 to A Sajja of Pony Express Days! JOHN WAYNE second with 194'-. points, freshmen, ^jfts. At a later hour dainty re- . thivd with 163 points, juniors last, j,eshmenls were served, • Those! "THE TELEGRAPH i present were: Mrs. Ida Brestal, Mrs.! gram contest is as follows: soplio- I ,st park. The honored guest receiv- moresfirstwith201>... points, seniors, pel a number of pretty and useful i with 139 V. iioints. KANSAS BRIEFS (By the Associated Pressy _ I Lee Baker, Mrs. O. W. Schell, Miss '••jAlta Argo. Mrs. G. A. Nelson, Mis.-; Maude Caldwell, Mrs. C. A. Watkin-son of Gamett. Mrs. Willard •:• •: I Kahnt, Mrs. Kenneth Bibbens, Miss i Henrietta Vamau, Mrs. H. B. Whit- Wirhlta—AiTangements to pay ir. i "ker. and Mra. Meliza. cash today all obligations Incurred I Miss Lola Ketchem Is working during the past week through pur| i for Mrs. M, E. McCaughey, m chases at the Wichita livestock mar- Olathe. ket was announced yesterday by ofi A. P. Huskey and daughter Ada fjcials of the Cudahy Packing com- attended the wrestling match in pany. The/ t&timated the paj-ments i Tola. Thursday night, would rclejor; $100,000 in cash. ' O. W. Schell transacted business • I i in lola, Friday. Miss Robinette Jackson Is ill of TRAIL" TOM TYLER "CLANCY of the MOUNTED" Silly Symphony "Autumn" "STRANGE AS IT SEEMS" Coffe>-'i''.—Nathaniel Bohlen. 10. i the pink eye. gara?e at the home of his grandparents. 13 miles southwest of here, when the a.ssailaiit fired. He was fore he reached the rim ot the saucer ... he was a strong ninn . . . biit he failed . . . and went plunging through the top to crash 30 feet to his death in tUo flaming machine. * • • Splay Feet 'T'HE story about Japanese sw;im- mers winning all those Olympic events by taking shots in the arm seem to be exaggerated ,• , . according to Japanese operatives who report that splay feet were as much responsible for the-victories as was oxygen .. . . the Japanese swlmmersi coined the style of Duke Kahanambku . . . who used his feet almost; as much as his hands to win championships . . the Orientals have splay feet from walking on flat wooden clogs . - . and well developed leg muscles from climbing the bills of JagaiU- i The Sunflower Bridge club was' entertained this afternoon at the home of Mrs. John E. Wakefield. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wright are \Tsiting here this week at the home of Mrs': Wright's mother, Mrs. Nellie Black and family. The honor roll for the high school for the fourth six weeks is as follows: Earl Blythe, LawTence Hess, George Works. Lorraine Barrlck- lowe. Frances Boggs. Ruth Naydeen Bowlby. Pauline Foster, Helen Aker. Velda Barricklowe. Pauline Dietrich.' j taken to a ho.spitai at Caney. wa.-: shot and dangerously wounded j R^J . johnson worked in the Wal- yestcrday when struck by a shot- ; i,.,. ^rug store at lola last night, gun charge fired by an unknown | j^^j. O. W. Schell will [assailant. Bohlen. son of Mr. and ip^ve Mondav to spend a week in Mrs. Sam Bohlen, was seated m a , d^jcago, HI., on business and pleas- i ure. Mr. Schell is in charge of the j local creamery. i Miss Capitola Wilson and G. Mur; lin Welch spent Thursday eveninjj : in lola. Horace—A protest against alleged Mrs. E. Yokum entertained the discrimination hi a federal reserve mem.bers of the Progressive Sanday , ruling in the banking emergency : school class at her home, Thursday , was telegraphed to Senators Cappei' aftcr^.oon. Games were played and • and McGill l.-ist nlnht by Hai;y M; a tasty lunch was served. Mrs. • Li^cett. Tribune. Kus.. a reprcsenla- Oussic Wilson, Mrs. Bert Wells, and • five of and Colorado tnicl:; Mrs. Maggie Yokum were guests, i owners under contract to vapply ; The members were: Mrs. Lew Kent, ; wheat and produce to mills and | Airs. Daisy Pogleman, Mrs. Ross I wholesale in the two states. Williams, Mrs. Marie Rarick, Mrs.} LiPgett's felegrum said he had: John Martin, Mrs. M. M. Brow'i. ; been advised 'oy bi:nks in Pueblo ] Mrs. Opal Chandler, Mrs. A. L. Wli-• veiua narnciuowe. rauiine Dietrich. 1 and other Colorado cities that they , ley. Mrs. J. H. Christenberry. and i Clyde Lassman. Margaret Strieby. i ^gre not permitted to cash c',ieck.s ' the hostess. Josephine Harris, who has been ill in payment for food stuffs trans-/ " •—— for the past two weeks is rapidly ported by truck, while they could , Local Five Wins at Geneva, improving, and expects to be back:make the accomoda'.ioii if ilu- .ship- The; Croucher barbershop basket- in school In a few days. * imeiit.s vcro by roil. . ' ball team defeated Geneva there The" Humboldt-lola basketball' i^f'Ihf^L^^tp^fn ^t^.^ game secured the largest attendance 1 Youth a Hero. invor R w«rt,il>n i^' ^^lll' of any of the high school games of LOS Aneeles. M.^ir ii , AP >_w ....n ^-.B^"- Hartrison. E. Finley, TONIGHT at 11:30 ™ 1^ eal Spectacle! 3 DAYS Starting SUNDAY BEHOLD THE WONBEBS OF A NEW SHOW WORLD! Mrs. Hariari Taylor ml Tola has boldt. Ithe past two days. LIIIC rjt? L. T. Cfannon. Humboldt attorney. | of many, attended the Allen Coimty Bar as- sociat on dinner at the Portland hotel. Tola. Wednesday. Mrs. George Moon, Humboldt, spent Monday afternoon as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Conklin, west of Humboldt. Miss Vivian Burtlss^ Humboldt, was the guest Wednesday night of her friend, Elnora Baker of Petrolla. , The present standing of the glasses in the school aseembl; gro- jciflc Electric railway, is just one Wiien the first shock cams, he stood at his post to throw the switch that would save the lives of many at the cost of, his own life. Searchei-s early today round his body in the ruini of'the Duilding, ci-usiied by huge pieces ot niasono'- . Have you a house for rent? Or ftor-sale? Want to buy anything* CTse ti^e Classliied colnnieal PISTON RINGS fOR ,ALL CARS 12 Ring, 4 cyl. Compression Set S1.20 12 Ring, 4 cyl. Oil SaTCF Set .: $1.56 18 Ring, 6 cyl. Compression Set $1.80 ANDREWS & SON lola—14 South Washington Chanute—215 East Main Th6 Heart Song of the GREAT WHITE WAY! ^ Today you will see •modem mlra- .cles wrought upon the screen In c 4, ^Warner Bfosf.* epocfi-markingr ex -f travaganza or dratoa, melody tuul mirth! Dazzling; array of stars! Tlie 200 most beautiful girls in the, world! Hitmeli>dies that are sweep* ing the nation! Breath-takingr spectacle aqd action! A complete Broadway musical comedy pre* sented scene for scene wMfe tha heart-gripping story races ont 14 GREAT STARS WARNEI BAXTER. BKBC DANIKLS QeOII«C BRENT «|Me |R ROQEII* UNA MERKEL RUBY KEELCR OUT >• a BEE ADE 10 NKD SPARKS DICK POWELL. QEOR^K K. STONS EDDIK NUaRNr HENRY WALTHMJL ROBERT M«WABR ALLBN^JENKtMS. Matinee and Night

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