Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 17, 1933 · Page 2
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, March 17, 1933
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TWO THE TOLA' DAILY REGISTER. FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 17. 1933. TOLA. KANSAS GARDENER. The Gardiner, God, plants flowers by thcfway, Mandrake Land the wild rose and ii?eadow rue, Marsh marigolds in swamps, a brave display. And little flowers of violet and blue. The Gardener, God, has m&ny a quaint device. Of tree i and vine and shrub—and ' now aiid,then He drops a gentian flower from 'the skies For the great wonder and delight at merj. He plants arbutus in a lonely place. And linden trees that have a yellow flower; He spreads, His dogwood like a veil of lace Over the azalea's rosy shower. The Gardener,. God, has .gardens everywhere. By roadside, on the hill, and in the 1 wood, And somet mes we can find Him i walking there,; . . "Watching His flowicrs as a gardener should. i ; '; —Louise. Driscoll. Presbyterian Missionary Society Meets In Church Parlor i The' Pre.4byterian Missionary -so- ;ty met'yfesterday afternoon in the church parlor.' The business session Wjas presided over by the president. Mrs. J. A, ;Spangler. Circle B had charge of the study hour. Mrs. F. E. licKenna led devotionals and Mrs. F^. G. : Culver reviewed the second cnapter of'the study book, "Ameri- ckn Indians." The poem "The New House" was read by Mrs. Fred Dun- Idp. Circle A served refreshments to the 17 members present. •:• • Cirde No. 3 Meets With Mrs. Wagner Circle No. 3 of the First Methodist church met yesterday afternoon in the home of Mrs. F. A. Wagner. Mrs. Wagner was assisted by Mcs- dames C. G. McPherson, E. E. Patterson, Laura Hough, and P. C. Class. The president, Mrs. Harry Wagner, called the meeting to order and Mrs. Dewey Henderson led the devotionals. The meeting was closed by aU repeating the closing motto. Refreshments were served to 29 members. j • • • • • Circle No. 4 Meets With Mrs. Ilarclerode j Circle- NO. 4 of the First Metho- (Jii^t church met Thursday afternoon With Mrs;; M. E. Harclerode. The assisting hostesses were Mesd.^mc.s. jclaude Barker. Walter Coblentz, JjUcy Hand.ley, and M. M. Close. Mrs. iDon Burtnelt led the devotionals. 'After a short business meeting games were played. Thje social part of the afternoon was ended, when refreshmcAts were served to 32 ladies and several children. I • • • Circle No. 7 Meets With Mrs. Gear ! Circle No. 7 of the First Methodist church met yesterday afternoon In the home of Mrs. J. H. Gear with Mrs. Guy Lamer and Miss Alice Hendricks the assisting hostesses. Mrs. A. E. Gibson, president, presided over; the meeting. The devotionals were led by Mrs. Leo N. Olsh. Luricheoh was served to one guest, Mrs. G. W. Reynolds, and 20 members. Circle No. 6 Meets With Mris. Brazee Circle No.'6 of the First Methodist, churth met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. John Brazee. Mri. Lee Mooi'e, Mrs.. Floyd Elliott, and Mrs. W. C. Wright were the assisj,ing hostesses. The devotional subject "Trees" was presented by Mrs. [Floyd Elliott,^ During the business ^ession presided over by the presidentl|. Mrs. W. L.' Cox, plans were made to serve dinner at the church fbr the men employed on the city street improvement project. The program 'which followed included a reading by Mrs. Johnson, one by MrSi W.,C. Wright, and games' con- ductetl by Mrs. Lee Moore. Refreshment."; were served to two gtiests. Mrs. E, Rankin and Mrs. O. P. Duncan, and to 26 members. <• • • Miss Leinnan Entertains With "Oiiib" Mir.s Alice Nell Lewman enter- t ained a i group ol her friends last night with a "grub" in her home. After the! "grub" the guests formed a line party to the junior college play. The guests were: Misses Faye Weast, Fayo Shelby. Billie Lanfcrmajn. Hilda : Shelby, Dorotliy Hair, and| Lois Barker. PLEASANT PRAIRIE MK-. 14.—Mr. and Mrs. Herschel S;nirh and Ruth Jean were supper jriicst.c of Mr. ana Mrs. Olark Huber. Tola Thursday evening:. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moss and Nolfi Moss spent Sunday evc- 'nirf; with Mr. and Mi-s. W. Gwillim and daughters? Mr. Lahnlng called at Herschel SmUhr, •'.yedneirday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Perl Baker and Lois spent Sunday with Mr. and Mi-s. Ira Morrison, and faniily. Mr.vand Mrs. Tommy MOK; and family we're dinner guests Sunday of ?.i"r.- and Mrs. W. A. Moss and Nnla. Ii^ the aftenioon they all went to .see AIi-s. Nolan and Grand- nin Moss, cnst of the Golden Valley c.'iurcli. .A'iss Mi tired Treadway had school Snti:rdAy porning to help the eighth smde puqils. The Sunshine club met Thursday aftnrnoon with Mrs. Tommy Moss. Mrs. llomjer Troxel and Billy Trox- ull. LPHRIPC, were guest.s. Members present were: Mesdames I. O. Mor- rii-.on. Perl Baker. R. Morrison, Chas. Frar.klin, . Roy Stevenson, Adil -.i Stcnnut, Ed Cox, H. Smith, W. A. Viors. H.' McVey. M. Templeman. H. Pon.sler, W. Ensminger, and the liostcss. Refreshments of sandwiches peaches, pickles, cake and coffee v.erc sen-pd. Next meeting will DO with Mrs. W. A. Moss. \:r. and Mrs. Herschel Smith were dinner guests^ Thursday of Mr. and 1 Mr.^. W. A. Moss. Jcrr>- Moss spent the week-enj with hi.s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 4\. M0.S3. . Mrs. H. pr.nsler attended Mission- I ary meeting At Moran Friday. Mr. Raymond Anderson spen*. Sunday afterhoftn with Miss Cleono Zerba west of LaHarpe. Mrs. Idk Ransom. Neosho. Mo., is visitinp. Mrsi. Ponsler this week. JNTr. and .Mrs. Dee Henderson Hwni Sunday with Mr. and Mfi. Roy Lpvc.l Mr. andiMr.s. Wynn Butcher wero callers at pharley Inmans Saturday afternoon.: Mr. and' Mrs. Dewey Smith spent Sundry at: H. Ponslers. Raymond Anderson called on i Everett Ponsler Sunday evening. Patron Saint HORIZONTAL 1 Today. 12 Step of a series. 13 English coiff. 14 Was 111. i16 Cape in Alaska. 17 Blisters. ; 10 Fruit, j 20 Very high ' mountain. I 21 Garden- tool. 32 Froreti water. 24 Silkworm. S5 Genius of the liody .(Egyptian religion). J6 A wiicji. 27 To eivtangl*;. 20 Northea.s-t. ^ aoKnaVcUt ^ club.s. ; 31 A true rib. pSSable. ; 24 Vegetables. 35 Canine I animal. 37 Globular bodies. 1 39 To moisten. 41 Prpiionn. M3 Rescued. 44 Swimniiiig Answer to Previous I'uif-ile H bLio or^-aii of a lisli: 45 Sun pod. 4C Cluster nt wool fi!)ev.s: 4SCysl tuiiior. 4n Insect. Intontioti. nt To press. 53 Beer. .S3 Otliei-w isf. .'ifi To hum. 3S Noise. ."iS To elia;ige. GO Debate. VEUTICAL 1 Long outer garment. 2 To drive in by liKlit blow.s. 3 I'aslry. •1 Me.'isuro. Ti Part in a drama. <; -VVrath. T.Sel.s of drawers. .S South. .\merica. !) Downward ^ slope, i 10 Toward the loe. 11 To long for. 12 What, reptile was banished from Ireland? 13 Desiccated. 17 Morass. IS Blemishes. 21 Meat. 23 Sea eagle. 26 Instruments associated wi'.'- the Irish. 27 Horse. 2S Burdened. 30 Matter. 31 Song. 32 Quantity. 34 Oblique. 36 Pertaining to wine. 3,S Third eyelid. Toupee. 40 Animal trainer. 42 The earth. 44 Sealskin. 45 Ascended. 47 Needy. 49 Propensit.v. ."iO Singing voire. 52 Wooden peg. 54 Cotton machine. 33 Prophet. 57 Chaos. 59 Preposition. LONE ELM NEWS: (Mrs. Bessie Penland.) j . Mar. U.-^TOT: and Mrs. S. ''• \G. Spragrue spent Sunday at the h&me of th^ spri, D^lbert and Tamlly. Those who took Sunday dinner at the I. C. ElUngton honje were, Mr. arid Mrs. ^arren Shinkle of Wells- •lUe, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vick- era and Joan at Welda. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kulp and Joan called atf the A. L: Wilson hatne Siuiday afternoon. ' | The HeLpy Day Achievement club met with'Mrs. Frank NewJon Ttips- day, and qidlted for the hostess. : Mr. and Mis. Bob Dickey entertained the Builders Sunday school class Tuesday evening. M. Hewelet is quite ill at the home of his son, Harold, suffering Ii;om a badly bruised shoulder which was- thrown out of place by his saddle horse faUing on him.; He Is getting along as well as one could expect. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Penland and Mrs. T. E. Small took Sunday dinner at the Claude 1 Perry home In Welda. Ml-, and Mrs. Harvey Powell and Joan moved to the McDowell farm north of town this week. i • Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Spangler moved to the Roy Buchanan farip this week. Mr. anil Mrs. f.' E., Anderson helped with the moving ^nd all took dinner at the | Harvey Spangler home Thursday. : •, i Mr. and Mrs. Jim Starr and daughter of Meadows, South I^i- kota, arrived this week for a visit with relatives, Mrs. Starr was formerly Miss Ethel De Poe. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Edd Hester, Mr. and Mrs. O'ijara and Lois spent the week-end in Carterville and Web«> City, Mo., visiting with relatives, the parental 6.oe family. Frank arid Clarence Roe and Cliff McCoy. They returned late Sunday evening. Mrs. Eniriia Hester of Colony, stayed with Jaunita. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. WUson spent Sunday evenipg at the George Lort^ home visiting.'-while the young fo^ks attended Christian Endeavor. Mrs. T. A. Church and Mrs. Glen Sai-ver are on the sick list this week. Mrs. Herbert Bunnel was on the sick list Monday. The farmers are busy plowing, preparing the fields for oats sowing. Some have already sown but the majority of fields will be sown this week. The hard freezes this winter has been good , for the Ground, it 's in nice working condition. Friends of' Mrs. EUzabeth Barrett Ray were sorry indeed to learn of the death of her ljusband at their home in Pacific Paiasade, Cal. Mr. Ray has suffered for months arid his wife has been his constant lit.r tendant. He was one of our very successful teachers in our high school and his wife was the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Barrett of Newton, formerly of Lone Elm. Relatives here have not been informed as to Mrs. Ray's plans, but were inclined to think .she wouia bring her three small children and come back to Kai-isas, at least for awhile, The death of Mr. Ray made the sixth time that death has visited this family since Christmas. Ope never knows -w-ho's home He will visit next, or how many times he will return. Mrs. Ray has the depp sympathy of all of us. The Happy Day Achievement club met with Mrs. Frank Newlon Tuesday and sewed rug rags. All the members were present and thi^ee visitors, Mrs. Sam Murphy of Colony, Mrs. Flossie Wilson ' and Mrs. Bessie Penland. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Luna May Newlon,.Tuesday. March 28. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McGhee and Bobby took Sunday dlimer at the W. W. Charlton home. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Glasgo entertained. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Carrier and Vera Jean called on Uncle Jap Hunter in lola Simday afternoon. Mr.. and Mrs. Sheldon Olsen iof near Bush City, Sundayed at the Ah: Minckler home. Gorden Glasgo of Chanute, Sim- dayed with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Decker and .son Jack, moved to the J. P. Booth's farm Monday, where Mr. Decker will help with the farm v.-orl: and Mrs, Decker will keep house. Georgia Childress attended tho meeting of the Arrow club at Welda: Tuesday evening. ; I ' ?/Ir. and Mrs. Raymond Newlon and sons called at the Dale and Frank Newlon homes Sunday evening. School Notes. Those v/ho wfere interested in oiir scholastic tryout..gathered at the schoolhoiise Thursday evening . arid enjoyed the numbers. The try out resulted as follows: Humorous reading, Telllne Hester took first and -will represent bur school with the reading "Heni-y'.s First liong Pants."-- ^ • Ruth Mtfln took first in dra- m.itlc reading on the selection. "The Littlest Rebel." Howard Briggs is our representative In oration. The county schol- a.stlc willimcet March 17 at Welda. - Olet a Fraizer, reporter. Chnrch Votes Plans lor the Easter bazaar are marching along. The Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. Spangler Thtu'sday. Mrs. Isabelle Ellington fs .work- in? on an Easter Cantata, to be given by the young folks anid the Juri- lor choir. ; • . Hotel Laid Waste b>LGalifg|rnia Earthquakes Throu.ehout the 400 square miles visited by the tromhlors which kined <120 persons and injured more •.hau ."i.OOi) in Southern Galirornia, scenes such as this confronted workers as they bent to the task of clearing up tlie desolation. Sailors are sliown standing giiard against possible looting oulslda the crumbled walls of a hotel in Complon where quakes inflicted heavy damage. Sunday School ...Lesson... TIJE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOLIC DRINKS The International Iniform Sunday School Lesson for March 19. Text: Prov. 23:29-32; Is. 28:1-4: Dan. 5:1-4. ^SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN Presbyterian Church. Sunday school at 10:00 and morning worship at 11:00. Mr. Snuffer will speak upon "For such a tljnr as this, what had the Church to offer?" Christian Endeavor for grade school and jimior high at 5 p. )m. and for seniors at 6:30 p. m. Evening service at 7:30 with the pastor officiating. On Wednesday comes the annual congregational meeting. Preceded by a luncheon at 6:30, the; business meeting will convene about !7:15 p. m. Members are urged to attend this Important annual meeting. Thursday at 2:30 p. m. the Working society meets. 1st division with Mrs. V. C. Archer; 2d division at the church, covered dish luncheon: 3d divlsicn with Mrs. A. R. Chambers, with Mrs. Culver assisting': 4ih division in a birthday parly at Mrs. A. R. Sleepers, covered dish luncheon. ; Nazarene Church. (223 North Sycamore Street.) • All services at the regular hours over the Sabbath. 10 a. m. Sunday Bible school, with Mrs. Nellie RAndel superintendent. The pastor will preach the sermons at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. - The Young People's society will meet at 6:30 p, m., Mr. Gaddis presi- I 'dent, Floyd Hollen leader. !,. Midrweek prayer meeting Wed- inesday. .7:30 p. m. j: Rev. J. E. Moore of Topeka. Kns., '^district chairman of the church i school board of the churcii ol the ! Nazarene, and Prof. A. S. London >will be -with the local church liere -tor a convention Wednesday. March 2ft, 11 a. m., and-2:30 p. m. London is one of the most outstanding men in om- movement in- the" Sunday .school activities. Keejj in mind this date and plan to attend these services. ^ M. R. Bishop. Pastor. Christian Church. Rev. C. O. Wilson and son will begin a series of meetings Sunday. The public is invited each night. The Rev. Mr. Wilson is one of the strongest preachers in southeastern Kansas. Good music and • forcible preaching each night. J. LEE RELEFORD, Minister. Rev. N*. L. Vezie will preach the morning and evening sermons at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The Sunday school will meet at 9:45 and the Epworth League at 6:30 p. m.. The mid-week service will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.- People were pleased with last Sunday's services and Rev. Vezie is so favorably knowTi that all will be glad to hear him. The annual conference will meet at LawTence March 29-31. Trinity Methodist Church. Sunday school at 9:45. Holy com- [munion service at 11 o'clock. Board of Stewards v,-^ill meet at church at 2:30. Leagues at 6:30 with Miss Ruth Moffltt of the junior college as special speaker for the senior group. At 7:30; the sermon theme will be "The Invisible Commander !"~.\ Mid-week service next Wednesday 'T evening. Annual conference will, be -held commencing March 29 at Lawrence. W. E. Van Patten, Pastor. BY WM. E. GJLROY, D. I>. Editor of The Congregationalist. It is interesting to note the alternative statements of the topic of this lesson. For intermediates and seniors, it is "A-Dangerous Enemy." Slid for young people and adults, it is "The. Curse of Intemperance." It is. also, interesting to note that ti-ie text of our lesson is '(.aken from tliree very diverse! passages of Scripture. The first from the Book of Proverbs, the second from the Book of Isaiah, and the third from the Book of Eaniel; three books that wei-e written at widely different times and that are of different types. The fact serves to cmpiiasize the way in which the problem of intern- i ho inchid(;d. BY SISTER MARY NKA Service AVritcr TF one would be fair but not fat during the forties, and fifties, the thirties should be lived :with care. Tables have been worked out, after much investigation and caU cuiation, giving the normal weight for age and height. So if a person consults these tables and at the same time keeps in mind her inherited tendency,; she .may do much to control her weight. | The normal weight at 30 is ro-^ garded as the most favorable for, IieaUU during . the succeeding- years. | To .eat out of proportion to. one's needs, either on the side of j .sulTicioncy or over-abundance, 'Is; to court di-'iaster. Too little food! and an unhalancod diet takes Itsj toll from (he body quite as much | :\s too much foud.' No matter how; litllo or how. iiiut-h food .one =may i need, nil the food eleinent.s,' Many women have developed "nerves" a,nd condemned themselves to acfrual "poor health" as the result of ill-advised "dieting." With the first gain in weight above normal for age and height, intelligent eating—"counting the calories"—will be found well worth while. It will' not mean any particular hardship nor sacrifice. The following examples of sub- perance has Ijeen present ui every age. and also the way in which it j confronts and concerns all classes iuj society, old and young. It is by' I no means' a new problem, and al- ! though wd seem, at times, to make ! great progress toward its solution,! the elements of degradation and i temptation that are associated with !' alcohol seem constantly to liu'c '.. mankind back into thraliaom. i Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST: Baked rhubarb-, cereal, cream, fish hash, rye rolls, milk, coffee, LUNCHEON: Clear tomato soup, toasted crackers, and peanut butter salad, ice bo.\ rolls, cookies, milk, tea. DINNEH: Corned beef -with h o r s e r a d sauce, .steamed potatoe.s in parsle.v b,utler, browned parsnips, cole fjlaw, steamed cherr.v tup pudding.s - with su^ar; and cream, milk, coffee. Church of God. (First and Neosho.-) Sunday school at'9:45 a. m.. followed Ijy morning worship at 11 a. m. Evening .ser\'ice befrins at 7:30. Bible study at the church everj- Tuesday at; 7:30 p. m. Cottage ' prayer meeting even- Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Young Peoples meeting at t;he church basement e^'ery Friday at 7:30 p. m. ' The revival begins. March 26. with Georgia Lewis of Tulsa. Okla., a-s evangelist. I. M. Cox, Pastor. TIio (onddU '.v to i)ut on .siiper-' fliioui f:it socnis to he sroater iii'; wonio .u than in men. If the family indinalioa is to add flesh with thoi years, the woman wlio waiit.s to' "keep her .figure" -should watch her woi ,^llt. Tlie time to diet is wlien the first incro .ise in v.eight above nor-^asily: mat bPRiiis (o he evident. Tern- 1 Choose ice.s and sherbets in pc-i-anre in fotu! is the only whole- j place of ice creams, parfaits and The Baptist Temple. Wc have classes for every one in our Sunday school -and we invite attendance. It meets every Sunday at 9:45 o'clock. Thff morning worship is at 11 o'clock and Dr. Sowerby will preach on "A Stubborn Faith." In our "Marcli To Chnrch in March" program this Sunday will be Neighbors day. and our people are asked to invite their neighbors to attend. On Sunday evening the program will take the form of a play which will be presented by several members of our church in Chanute. The name is "His Mother's First Broadcast." A plan of college life. Let us giv^ them a good audience. The Chanute Male Quartet will furnish special music. Gas City Methodist Church. Holy communion service will be held at 10 o'clock. Sunday school at II. Junior League at 4:30, and Senior League at 6:30. I The play to be given by Ladies' Aid is announced for Friday evening. March 24. W. E. Van Patten, Pastor. • First United Brethren Church. Albert V. Rowland. Pastor. Earl Knock. Sunday School Supt. Worship program. 9:45. Sermon, 10:05. Sunday school classes, 10:30. Dismissal, 11:15. Junior church. 10:05. Intermediate and Senior Endeavors at. 6:30. Evening service, 7:30. Regular mid-week service Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock, with choir practice following. Brownies. 1 egg 'i cup melted butter 1'-; cups brown sugar 2 tablespoons, water 2 squares chocolate 24 Premlimi Flake Crackers, crumbled fine <i teaspoon baking powder V' cup nut meats, chopped ' Beat egg slightly and stir in melt- ^ cri butter and sugar. Add water, beat and stir in melted chocolate, j Mix crumbled crackers, baking pow- idcr and nut meats and stir Into I 'egg mixture. Bake in a gi-eased cake pan 25-30 minutes In a moderate oven f350d P.> Cool and cut into squares. stitutlons. will undoubtedly suggest others that. can be made SKYROCKET Mar. 16.—Robert Sears is .'.pending a -few days with his aunt ancl uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ciias. Alderman. Mrs. Miaggie Hibbs and son Hai]old, returned last week from ah extended visit with relatives in Indiana. ! Mr. and i/txs. Ira Bacon and children visited at the George Beaman home Sunday. Mrs. John Zimmerman and Mrs Alvina Leatherman attended an all day meeting of the Ladies' Aid at Mrs. Bob Smith's, Wiednesday. Little Lois Krokstrom spent from Thursday imtil Sunday w-ith her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Libby. Mr. and. Mrs. Fred Krokstjrom and cbildien visit^ Sunday at Park Strtihk'sl Mr. and Mrs. Harve Ludlum and EvpljTi were business visitors m Mo- All who realize the evil of intoxicating liquor, and who are seriously concerned about curing the evil regardless of their attitude toward laws and regulations, are agreed today concerning the need, of wise and authoritative teaching ' There is. also, agreement concern- ' ing the need of sobriety and tem- jjerarice in personal habits. There \ never was a time in our American i life when it was more necessary to i emphasize these things. ! The fact that many have not been \ able to supiwrt what they have re- ; garded as extreme legislation upon | the matter, has tended in many respects to create an opposite reaction. The opposition to prohibition tend .s to create • a recoil toward the freedom and benefit that are falsely associated with the use of ' liquor. And either because of personal appetite and personal freedom, or because of some siipposed benefit to Fome and ccrtai.n way to regulate fat. A curb on tlio appetite may do nuioh to prevent the necessity of actual and serioun dieting later in life. After a proaf excess of fat .has accumulated, tlin problem of its; mousses. Fruit drinks, except grape juice, in place ot ice cream soda, "coolers" and milk mixturas. French dressings in place ot ! mayonnaise on salads. Bouillons and thin vegetable removal wi damage (n health ciiU. A rigorous idioiit more or less • .soupa in place ot cream soups. hccome.s diffi- vpducing diet These simP'e precautions con- HcJentiousIy persisted in. may .•-hoiild not undertaken without j prevent untimely and undesirable the advice of the family iihysician. i gain in weight. MONTEVALE This community extends sympathy In the Caldv.ell and Mn Floyd Mc- Coimack famiUes in their sad bereavement by the sudden passing of Mr Caldwell. Mr. Harry P%'les and family, Kaii- .sp .s City. Ml'. Roy Pyles. Bay City. Michigan, drove down the first of the week to visit their father, Mr. Sam P\ic -5. who was veiy ill. -Donald Mowrer and boy frienrJ I went to Ft. Scott Saturday. Dpnak- Mowrer returned Sunday. some other way, there arises a defense of liquor and. a championship of liquor which serious-minded people, ftren though they may seek to avoid all fanaticism on the subject, cannot but regard, with a measure of, if not of alarm. . Iva Mowrer visited Hope WllUams and the Gino Smith fain- ilv Sunday. If;-nc and Billie. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Cr.rletcn Stickney. Mr. and Mi -R. Paul Seber, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Templeman and chil- (irp:i called at John Rogers' Simda., afternoon, then they all went to tl-.o Earl Cheezem home fm' a visit Mr. Will Cnunpler and Homer Rogers, Kansas City, drove down Saturday to spend the ^week-en.' with the John Rogers fanuly and other relatives. Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Dickereon, Mrs. RO!;ers. Mi's. Ella Cheezem helped Mrs. F'lora Templeman paper tWo rooms Monday. Miss Iva Mowrer called on Mrs. First Church of Christ, Scientist. Sunday sen-ices 11 a. m. Wednesday evening meeting 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. The reading room at corner ot East and Sycajmore streets, is open i aaily from 2 to 5 p. m. except Sui: : ' days and legal holidays. "Matter" will be the subject oi the lesson sermon in all Chufche.s c; Christ. Scientist, Sunday. March IPth. Golden text: Isaiah 26:1',^.. O Lord our God. other lords beside thee have had dominion over us; but by thee only -will we make nien- tion of thy name. The public Is cordially Invited to attend ihe church services, and to c II jo> the privileges and make of ll^;; reading room. Tlie Standard Oil company of California's standard school broadiasf is received as a music appreciation course in nearly 1,000 Pacific coast schools. LIQUID—TABLETS—SALVE Checks Colds first day, Headaches or Neuralgia; In 30 mi<intcs, Malaria In 3 days. 666 SALVE for Head Colds Most Speedy Remedies Known -^Lwllut: A.UyMrUrai Um»4.J 'Uf7Li Bed tiid,l >.M< jatulUc bo.«s. snled trUk Dlue ' BKIIVD Cll£8.fer4«Tt*nknows iB.t. tiifcrt, keilat'B. Bmt How I CLO UY DRUGGUrS tVUVWUlI Mrs. John Rorcrs. nephew Roy j Isaac Sunday afternoon. It is well that we should turn to the ancient record.s. that .we should consider our experiences today In the light of the experiences of humanity,, and that we should seek the counsel | and help from those who from alniost immemorial time have sought Ito tum the minds and feet of humanity toward right practices and wholesome restraints, and especially away from the things that have manifestly created sucl^ hivoc ; In personal tnd social lire. ' Tlie obsen'er who puts his philos-; opliy into proverbs, the prophet who I deals wth essentialval'ues and dan- gert in the nation's life, and the writer of a great vision who attacks.; the ccOTption and licentiousness ot those set in places of rule and power, all agree abmit the evil tiling—-, alcohol—which has been associated ' hi history with every form of crimi­ nalism and debasemeiit. If modem could see the: issues and facts . as clearly, it would be easy to ac-j complish niych more for progress in temperance. Pyles of Bay City. Mich., visited al'icm Fi-iday. Those vlsithig the ! parental Isaac home Tuesday eve! nins were: Mr. and Mrs. Clarenci- Mrs. Flora Templeman and chil- di-en spent Friday afternoon wlti; their mother and grandriiother. Mrs. Ida Rogers. I N hope of eliminating confusion and misunderstanding when ttie sad hour arrives, we invite in- luii'v concerning Mortuary .services before the need arises. They've Stood the Test of Time EsUbUshed 1806 WiU^ams Monument i Works i PHONE 36- Funeral Service WAUGH Ambulance Service Cut C0StS WithLESH Water White Tractor fuel' i.s .specially, designed for use in tractors, water white, testing frorn 40 to 42 gravity. It does not cause an excessive carbon deposit in your motor. Best of All it is Cheap—Only 5.8c Per Gallon in 50»Ga]lon Lots Phone 489 For Pelivery LESH INCtJBATOB KMROSENE A clean, .sootless incubator fuel which burns steadily and evenly in.surin^ ii constant temperature. It's better but it costs ho more than ordinary kerosene. LESH QIL CO, J. L. STRAWDEjRMAN, ftf^. Opposite Ice Plant • Phone 489

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