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GIANTS SEE A BETTER YEAR AHEAD IN 1933 Pitching Is Only Department Not Quite Up to Snuff Los Angeles, Mar. 21. (AP)—With their defensive fences in good repair, save perhaps on the pitching hilltop, the New York Giants look to the 1933 National league pennant race with a feeling that last j-eor's sad story will not be retold. Manager Bill Teny has built up a sturdy reserve hacls. of his regular infield, mindful i of the Injuries which rather messed up things in 1931 and 1932. He has put new power into the butfield and more life back, of the plate, leaving the only question mark written after his. hurling corps, The Giants' infield appears especially strong. Travis (Stonewall) Jackson has been more active than cvor .at shortstop since his legs were overhauled during the winter. Hughle Critz's confidence in his once ailing (&m has b^en restored and Johnny Vrrgoz has Improved hi;: work at third and at the plate. Torry completes what he Is willing to call at any time the best infield In the league. He has been clubbing the ball at a pace which promises another year like that of Ip.-it season When he hit .355. His work at first has been of the same sturdy caliber. To those who sought Snm Leslie in the winter deals he turned a rirnf ear. While the big Mi.wi.sslp- )>liih may not have much opportunity to take his manager's place, he win be an active pinch hitter again. Then there is BjTiie James, built, much on Critz's lines, for second base as Hughie's understudy, and the bi.g blonde John Ryan, a greai fielder at third, short or second, but n bit weak on hitting. Terrj' figured he, lost too many gamps .behind the plate in 1932. biit predicts this; won't happen again, with Gus Mfincuso, a peppery little catcher with a fine throwing arm nnd lot^ of power in his hit- tinPT, and Paul Richards, purchased from Indianapolis of the American Association, to- carry most of the burden. Mahcuso went to the Giants in a.tirade with the St. Louis Cardinals. George Davis, who hit .309 a.s lead off man with the Phillies last year, is the most impoi-tant addition to the outfield; Mehin Ott, a 24-year- old veteran of eight years with the club, still is looked upon as ,one of ihc best QUteT gardeners of'the circuit and JDe Moore probably will fill the other siwt. An effort has been made to help solve the pitching problem with lots n'f hard work during the spring traljilng grind. Carl Hubbell, Fred Fitzbimmpns, Leroy Parmeleev Glenn .Spencer, Ray Starr, AdolfojLuque Eil! Shores. HaJ Schumacher and Herman Bell seem to be the best choices for a full season of activity. Of these Hubbell, the southpaw, and Fitzsimmons. big right bander, are expected to be the rlns; leaders. Terry has srfent a lot of, time with P.-mnelce. who won 14 out of la frames with Columbus lasi. summer, and Schumacher, with the idea of putting them on the regular starting list when the season opens. AUiTied 49 Years. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Evans celebrated their forty-ninth^ wedding .unnlversary Sunday. March 12, with a dinner party. Only the family of II. D. Evans iand Jack Evans Shumway were'present. Letters, of congratulations : were received from their daughter, Mrs. Vaughn Kern of Amherst, Mass., and their sons. Melrtn Evans of Powell, W^o., and Biiet M. Evans of Gardner, Kas. Mr. Evans presented his. bride with a beautiful bimch of roses, twenty-five Hollywood and twenty- four Johanna Hill. When a couple have lived to reach this milestone fn life, it brings to us the lines of the poet who wrote: "When your eyes so bright Have lost their light v Your voice so dear, I no loifeer hear When you're called home. And I'm alone, I won't know what to do. If the Master knew How I'd miss you I wonder if He'd call me too. It would break my heart If we should part For I've grown so used to you." The foregoing from the Pleasanton Observer-Enterprise wUl be read with much Interest by the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Evans, both of whom were living in lola, at the time of their mal *riage. Mrs. Evans is a sister of Mr. S. A. EUls, of lola. and Mr. Evans is a brother of the late \y. J. and H; T. Evans. THE TOLA DAILY REGISTER. TUESDAY EVENING. MARCH 21. 19S8. NSWERS ME T HERE ! are 4500 MILES OF CANALS in Holland. The deepest, point In the ocean yet recorded i Is EMDEN DEEP between Japan and the Philippines,' 34,210 fe^t. HONSHU is the chJet Island of Japan. KANSAS BRIEFS f (By the Associated Press) | \ < Baxter Springs—A motor car accident near here last night proved fatal to N|Uc Banke, 38, of Pittsburg, Kas. I The machine swerved from the highway and crashed into a tree. Two passengers in the car, H. H. Hatneld and Ncal Williams, both of Galena, Kas., escaped with slight injuries. Topeka—Despite a slight amount of rain and snow over the week-end in western Kansas, crop conditions continue unfavorable in that section, the federal department and the state board of agriculture reported yesterday. Evidence . now available, the joint report said. Indicated much of the winter wheat acreage is beyond help, and that abandonment will be large even though moisture Is received in volume. Field work and plant growth in the eastern half of the state was reported to have made good progress during the past week. Early planted oats are showing in drill rows in southeastern Kansas. About one-third of the commercial potato acreage la the Kaw valley has been planted. Wichita—Paul Drury. 34-year-old taxi driver, faced a life sentence at hard labor today for the murder last December of his infant son, born out of wedlock. Judge Ross McCormick passed the sentence after overruling a motion for a new trial. First degree murder charges have been filed against Miss Luretta Duross, confessed mother of the child. Farm BUI in Honse. Washington, March 21. (AP)— The administration farm relief bill was taken up by the house today •with the membership bound, by a 182 to 102 vote, to vote on Its passage after four hours debate, with all amendments barred. General Vtlliiies Sold. Kansas City. March 21.. (AP)— Sale of the General Utilities company's proiKrty In receivership since last July, to Stern Brothers <fc Co., for $2'jl,000 was approved today by federal Judge Merrill E. Otis. K. C. Grain Dealer Dies. Kaasa.s Cltj-, March 21. (AP)— Max R. Orthi'cln, former vice-president of the Union Grain company, died at his h&me here last night as the result Of an Illness of 18 months. f STAR DISTRICT iMrs. S. M. Dickcrion.i .. M .TI-. 1,=;.—Mr. and Mrs. ',V. W. .Simnson .-ind Wylena spent Monday at the Ray Chambers home. E. H. Denni;y was a bubiiicss calisr at H. A. Berg's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Ov.ens of Colony, visited Saturday evemnt, with M. J. Carter's.. Telford Young and John flein- reich of Manhattan, were here over the week-end visiting, relatives anil friends. Lowell T^c-.t. of McDonald. Kas. visited Arvillc Denney scverul days Ifist week. Mr. Gvi77.\c. Harold Grizzle anJ daughter of Humboldt. Wv ?re Sua- dr^y guest4 at Ray Chantijers. Maynard Carter s\)ent the wee 'iv- end in Topeka at I. H. Longs. ' Mrs. Elmer Kncli who is in th.; Johii.-iou Jioppital in Clmi\ute, seriously ill. We extend .sincere .sympathy to the Elmer.Knoll family for tl^e loss of a dear wffe and mother. TIi.' husbf'.nd and three young children and two older children of a fomer marriage. Mr. Iden dismissed County Line scliool Friday afternoon Ihnt tho,sei wlfhing cuuld.attend tho fimeral, held in LeRoy.,'; We extend our sj-mpathy to Ihosr bereaved I?,v» the sudden death of Mrs. Skouriip of Colonj-, A good friend and neighbor has passed to her reivard. Mrs. 3. M. Dickerson was calleJ to lola Saturday by the illness oi hor daughter, Mrs. W. E. Olipiiant .Mrs. Oliphant was slightly improved Sunday. Miss Marguerite Beard won first with her humorous reading at the try out ip Colony, Tuesday evening. airs. Leona Beard's incubators will hatcii this v.Tck and we believe she is first in our district to have chicfo:. The'Lucky Star 4-H club met at the Miz» heme ui Colony Tue.sda/ night, ^^•ith 14 members present. Beatrice McAIcoh gave a demonstration of seed potato cutting and .\rlene Crammer a talk on beautifying lawns.j Ralph Dickerson bought a truck of cilftoii Dio'^erson and Clifton boufTht a trailer of John Harrison. Ralph is prepared to do your iiaul- ing for long or short distances. CATHOUCSGET CHANCE FOR A LEAGUE CROWN Second Half Championship Erobable After Win From Christiaiks League S(andiii«s. W. L. Pet. CaUiolic 6 0 • 1.000 United Brethren .5 I .833 Prebyterian ......4 1 .800. Christian Sr 2 3 ' .400 Methodist 2 3 .400 Trinity 2 3 .40© Baptist ..........1 4 JJOO Christian Jr. 0 5 .000 The Catholics assured thermselves a tie for the second half title in the Church league and a probable championship in the half by winning over the .Christian Seizors at junior high last night by 20-10. It was their sixth straight victory. Tho leaders will play the Methodists tonight in their final game on the schedule. Past performances have established the Catholics as the stronger team of the two, and should they win. will play the first half winners, the United Brethren cacei's. In the championship series next week. . Games Tonight. Methodist vs. Catholic. Pi-esbylcrlan vs. Baptist. Christian Sr. vs. Trinity. ' Tljc box scores last night: FRECKIES m BIS FRIENDS .... BY BLOSSER Crocodiles and Sharks! \ Trinity—22 PCb FT P Taylor, f 1 1 2 E. Hoggatt; f ....1 . 0 " 0 H. Hoggatt, c ....5 4 1 Little, g 1 0 0 Finley, g ...0 1 1 Totals ....8 6 4 Christian Jr.—-20 PG FT F Frantz-, f. ....1 0 1 Griffith, f. ....4 1 1 Dunham, c. 2 1 3 Lane, c ....0 0 0 Wilson, g. ....2 0 2 Brown, g ....0 0 U Bench, g ...,0 0 0 Long, g ....0 0 0 Totals ....9 2 7 Score at half—Trinity €, Christian Jr. 14. Catholic—20 FG FT S. Zyskowskl. f. ... .1 0 JA. Zybkowskl, f 0 0 F.ixby. c. .3 0 O'Flaherty, g 1 2 Gr.int, g 4 0 Totals ...9 F 2 n 2 2 2 ,10 Christian Sr.—10 PG FT F Elliott, f , 1 Wi!li:ims. f 1 Phillips, c, 0 Donaldson, g 1 Childress, g .0 Totals ..3 .4. 7 Score at half—Catholic 11. Christian 8. United Brethren—16 FG F Roberts, f ..2 1 2 Ma.stersoh, f. • ..1 1 0 McCIay, c ..2 1 2 R. Baker, g. ..1 1 1 Dale, g . .0 0 0 Totals ..6 4 i> MPthodlst~15 FG FT F Lcp. f . .1 0 2 Langsford, f ,.1 0 o Anderson, f ..1 . 0 3 Mlddleton, c ..I 0 n Arndt, g. ..1 0 1 Miller, g ..2 1 0 Totals ..7 1 7 Joliet. m.—Of interest to highly domesticated gentlemen is a ruling bj- MSgistiate John J. Nicholson. "A woriian," said he. "can berate her husband for walking on scnab- bed floors, but It's a wife's right and does not apply to husbands." The court thereupon fined John De Pratt $3 for slapping his wife after she had walked across the kitchen .floor which he had freshly scrubbed. Sprmtfield, HI.—Mrs. Anna Kubelka of Madison walked 30 miles to plead guilty in federal court to violation of the prohibition law because she was without money: for transportation. Tlie judge sentenced her to one day in custody of the marshal, and took up. a collection to pay her way home. She's tlic mother of six children. Everett. Mlass.—Police called to quell a family row tonight were told by the ;wife that hostilities were due to her husband's desh-e to spend 25 cents of funds received from the wielfare department for a w Jig saw puazle. He was persuaded to work on his old BUzzleg. la-PLATE BATTERY REGHARGlNG^Sc IDEAL GARAGE 210 N. Washington, Phone 174 .Score at half—U. B. 11, Methodist, 11. Officials—Sharp and Crick.. LAGRANDE Mar. 13.-^Mr. and Mrs. L. B. WU- llams spent last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. McKaugbn and Jay. Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Morrison, Orval and Carol, visited Sunday at the Ira Morrison home in Golden "Valley district. - ' Mr, and Mrs. Claude Myers and Gleeford, Mr. and Mrs. Bay Myeis, CoUeta and baby Roy Dean visited Sunday at the parental Will Myers home. ify. and Mrs. Earl Hesseltine were afternoon visitors. • Miss LuclUe WlUiams visited Wednesday afternoon with Miss Gladys Hesseltine. Mrs. Win Myers and daughters, Beulah and Ruth, and granddaughter Wilms Young, visited Monday in Tola at the home of Mrs. Myers's brother, Sam Willis. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Houk and family were supper guests Tuesday evening at the parental Jde Reade home, this day behig the fifty-shrth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Reade, and also the wedding day of Mr. and Mrs. Houk, so they celebrated together. Congratulations and best wishes for many more of these days to be spent together. Miss Gladys Hesseltine spent Sunday at the Dave Landen home. Do You KtiQw That mountalna ' were lonce mud on the bottom of | the sea, —and—- Tliat right now is the tinie to have your winter wornl, oil drained and filled ivlth liexa- =0 Crack-Proof Motor oil i CITY OIL CO 0. C. DnUea, |tfgr. i Washington and Brwhin' FIRESTONE-TEXACO ^ HE BOYS i ENTER BEAUTIFOL WAFER BAY, IlKho WHICH iFliJWSQUftE A LARGE STREAM, 7NFE5TEO BY CRCXX5DII.EB/ AND SHARKS AT HIGH TIDE ! Training Camp Notes St. Petersburg, Pla.. Mar. 21. (AP) It .ippears that from the point of view of weight alone. Babe Ruth had better huiTy up and sign a New York Yankee contract. Tlie Babe took off seven poimds in his first week of uitensive training but now is back at his former figure of 232 pounds. He has been doing little baseball training, lately, warming up for an hour or so and then retiring for the day while his teammates tackle exliibition games without him. Pasadena, Calif.—The doubleplay combination of Luke Appling and Minter Hayes, which led the American league last season, isn't functioning to the entire satisfaction of Manager Lew Fonseca of the Chicago White Sox. The failure of the pair to click on doubleplay possibilities against tlie New York Giants, Fonseca said, was largely responsible for loss of Sunday's game. Hence more work for Appling and Hajxs. Santa Cruz. Ual.—The Pittsburgh Pirates, National league baseball club, meet the Seattle Indians of the Pacific Coast league in an exhibition game here this afternoon. This Is the Ph^ates" last) practice game in this vicinity, as they continue southward for games at Los Angeles against the New York Giants Wednesday, Thmrsday, and Friday. New Orleans—A pair of youthful outfielders. Milt Galatzer and Hal l"rosky, were shooed off to Morristown, Tenn., today to join the Toledo Mudhens of the American Association on option. And that left. Manager Roger Pecklnpaugh of the Cleveland Indians still searching for a fly chaser capable of fUUng in for his veteran trio-^verill, Vos- mik and Porter—In event of hijury. San Antonio, Tex.—Manager Backy Harris will announce his first Allen County, Kansas' Best Values * Regular Gasoline CJ^.^ Per gallon «J 2 C Better than 3rd grade or U. S. . Motor Gas VINCO TRACTOR OILS Not a cheap oil and not at the cheap price, but a Bargain at 30c * per gal. For real tractor and air ship oil. (• Plus Federal Tax, "Wholesale Prices.) VINE OIL & GAS CO. Wfaolewle Dept. State and Lincoln Sis. Ibla. Kan. DEEP CUT PRICES 10, W and 60 Watt Bdnse i Ugbting Bulbs .10c 15, 40 and 60 Watt Fam LIffbttnt BoIiM 23c 40 "Watt Hill Type Bnlbs .19c 32 e. p. D. C. or S. C. HeadU^t Bulbs 16c 21 c p. 0. C. or S. C* 1 HeadUsht Bolbs ........13c ANDREWS & SON lola—U South Wadtincttn Clianaie-S15 East Main cut.s in the Detroit Tiscr base-bail squad at Beaumont a week hence as the Tigers begin their exhibition tour with the New York. Giants. There arc 31 players on the Detroit squad at present, but five probably will be "dropped soon, and after May 15, the squad will consist of nine pitchers, three catchers, sis' infieldcrs and five outfielders. West Palm Beach. Fla.—Jack Knott, the husky newcomer in the St. Louis Brown.s' ranks, has been numed by Manaccr Bill Killeferi as one of his five starting jjitchcrs for 1933. Knott, whoso fast bal! and cliange of pace won 17 games for Milwaukee in the American Association last ye.ir, has been clicking impressively in his training camp workouts. Bradcuton. Fla. —"Pepper" Martin shows sisiis of providing his usual quot.'i of excitement for customers of the St, Louis Cai-dlnals during the 1033 season. Wien Schulmcrich pounded out a long drive to left center in the exhibition game between the Cardl- n.Tls and tlie Boston Braves yestcr- day. It" looked like a certain hit. But the "wild liM'BC of the Osage" leaped high in the air.' stopped tho flight of the ball, and caught it as it stnrtcd to drop to the groimd. Then—for full measure—he shot a speedy throw to first base for a second put-out. , A small ad m the Classified columns often puts over a big deal. "THEATER OF THE STARS" THEAjT TODAY! AND WEDNESDAY! Admission lOe TO ALL! The picture that thrilled the world in 1932! The show that started a score of imitations-^ Now as alwaj-s, THE GREATEST JUNGLE ROMANCE EVER SCREENED! METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER'S (it TARZAN THE APE MAN" with JOHNNY WEISMULLER, NEIL* HAMILTON, MAUREEN O'SULLI VAN, C. AUBREY S»UTH. Oswald Cartoon Comedy "THE ATHLETE" * SCREEN SNAPSHOTS THURSDAY and FRIDAY! The famous Liberty Magazine story comes to the screen as an absorbing drama of today! NEWS OF COLONY Mrs. J. R. Newlon Entertains Members of Golden Link Clnb at Her Home Friday Afternoon. COLONY, Kas., Mar. 21.—Mr. and Mrs. MUt BoUnmn and Grandma Culler entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Culler, Mrs. Will Beck, of I^ne Elm. Mrs. Llla Culler, and Albert Martin at dinner, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Barron and son spent Sunday in LaHarpe visiting Mrs. Barron's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woods. Mrs. Joe Lomfoardo and John Samples, Kansas City, are here visithig Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin and daughters. Mrs. Martin is the daughter of Mr. Samples and a sister of Mrs. Lombardo. Mrs. Will Beck, Lone Elm, spent the week-end with Mrs. Lila Culler. Wilbur Skounip, Independence, was in Colony, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. MUton BoUman have come to make their home with her aged mother, Mrs. Smith Culler, and care for her the rest of her life. Mrs. Bollman was floor lady ;ln a large wholesale naillinery department store In Chicago. Friends and relatives are glad to welcome them to Colony. Mr: and Mrs. John Tipple and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Helnleln, C. Helnleln and Miss Mary Heln­ leln were Sunday dinner guests at the liome of Mrs, "Daisy Foglepiah. L. P. Nolan made a business trip to Garnett, Monday. Mrs. C. N. Tonkin spent yesterday In Lawrence with Mrs. C. H. Johnson, jwho is seriously Hi. Jnr)ics Boyles, Topeka. spent Sunday visiting Miss Nellie Schalnost. J. M. Nolan returned Saturday rilght' from Oridley where he spent the week on business and sold a stallion to a gentleman In Hilltop. MrJ and Mrs. C. L. Porter, Blue Mound, spent Sunday visiting their daushter. Miss Luclle Porter, music supervisor In the Colony school. Dr. and Mrs. Garlinghouse, lola, were Colony visitors, Sunday. Miss Luclle Porter was the leader of the Young Peoples Union meeting. Sunday evening, and introduced the topic, "Wliy Marriage is a Success or a Failure." A general discussion was held. The Rev. J. D. Gonzales, of Tor peka, will preach in the Community church next Sunday morning. The caucus will be held in the city hall this evening about eight 'r thirty o'clock for the purpose of nominating a ticket for the city officers. All interested are urged to be present. Mrs. A. F. Chatterton spent from Wednesday until Sunday in Humboldt • visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chester Chatterton. A. P. Chatterton and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Chatterton drove to Humboldt, Sunday, and spent, the day. Mrs. Chatterton returned with them. Marion Shreck and Elvm Huskey were ^business visitors in Kansas City Sunday. Mr.: and Mrs. R. M. McCaughey and family visited his mother in Morris, Sunday. Mary Elizabeth Schell, who was .severely Injured by an auiomobiic Saturday afternoon, was brought homo from tl)e lola hospital Sunday .and at present seems to be get- ling along very well. O. L. Smith and Marion Shreck m.ide a business trip to Chanute yesterday. ;, The Skelly ifilUng station opened Moiicl.ay for business. Claude Cald- KANSAS well is working at the Golden service station for a few i days this week, tmtil expiration of | the le.a$0. Mr, Golden Is iri charge of the new flUlng station. John Helnleln and Oscar Whlt- acre were visitors in Mildred Sunday night. C. W. Conley and Wade Mosing were lola visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John; Moore and son. of near, Neodesha,'are visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. ira Cox. Mrs. WilUam MiUThy is in Kansas City. I Mr. and Mrs. C. 'R. Massey and son. Jimmie, spent the week-^nd with relatives In Humboldt. Mrs. J. R. Newlon entertained the Golden Link club at her home, Fri^ day afternoon. The afternoon wai spent playing games, which together with the refreshments, carried out the St. Patrick color scheme. Mrs, t. T. Bartoti -was the,guest. The following members were present: Mrs. Oeorge WUey, Mrs. O. L. Smith, Mrs; Ira Resscl, Mts. B. M. McCftughey... Mrs. WIU Threldkeld, Mrs. John Ressol, Mrs. Roy Barron, Mrs. Charles Martin, and Mrs. Vera Clark. "Hie next meethig will be with Mrs. O. L. Smith on Friday, March 31. Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hamilton spent Sunday In Mouijd City visithig Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jones and son. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Oolton and family spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Welfa. MATINEES lOc-ZSc NIGHTS IO9-4OC ENDS TONIGHT- Thank You Mr. Moffitt It's praise such as yours . . . coupled with enthusiastic reception by hundrends of lola movie fans . . . that has made this engagement nothing short of sensational! • WILL ROGERS, JANET GAYNOR LEW AYRES, SALLY SEILERS NORMAN FOSTER—LOUISE DRESSER "STATE FAtR'* PLUS—ARTHUR TRACEY Singing "REACHING FOR THE MOejN"—SCB*:EN: SOUVENIR" —"PARAMOUNT NEWS" "One of the best movies you will .see In many a long day. A truly notable picture." K. C. STAR WEDNESDAY ONLY MATINEES ipe-15e— NIGHT 10c.25c THURSDAY AND FRIDAY—"KING OF THE JUNGLE ...A^hanie Elder Schaffncr Found th« Hidden Quart... Also that Without it. Motors Show50;i: to 60% Greater W«ar ...So He Switched to Conoco •Jt The Gefn>-Troces* (e.xcluiive Conoco patent) impart*; tn thin nmfnrptl that peculiar ahilrtx* to penetrate mnd corn- birtv \vilh myt.a] vurlaccv Or the fir^t filling ohotft one quart will "hiilc" itself up in your iin/tor's prccio\i« work- mi purtn. ThH hidJtn quart n-c-v-t-r drainv nvvay. ft becomes a pajff of the motor itself, worth il« weight in Aold. MECHANIC SCHAFFNER REPORTS C>N DISCOVERy: "l never JiJ believe ^^hal Conoco (ifrm ProCL 'SscJ oil woulj Uo; not unlil on Essex ownei', wiih 25.0(K) miles on his speedometer, askcJ mc lo chcclv Jiis motor nnd put in new parti where nccessarj'.. It surely surprised me; clearance of pistons %vas only lour 1 • tliousandth^'; of beurings only three 1- ihnusandlhs of jjt inch. '"This owner iaid he had ased Conoco Germ Processed oil'siiKC tlie car was new, 1. have overhauled njany another I-Usc.x at 25,1)00 m/Ii's, which h^s not used this oil, and found tlic wear S(KJ to 60.greater. Now I recommend Conoco Germ Processed Oil to my friends. a»id have cf )an )<ed to it in my own car."—Elder Schailncr, Highland, 111. Stop Cruel Motor Wear. Don't Wait Another With Conoco Germ To a motor, lack of lubrication is cruelty iotJc'cd. You ;irc loo "humane" to permit it, if only you knew the truth. Htit motors suffer in silence till costly damage is done Then you pay ... and pay . . . and pay. .SO^; of motor wear occurs in the moments follotving a cold start. Ordinary- oil drains back into the crankcasc nnd leaves the motor dry, till it is pumped back up again. Not so, %yith Conoco's hidden quart. It stays up in the motor and never drains away. ... Escape its Painful Cost Day to Drajin and Refill Processed! Motor Oil This is proved. Kvcn with the crankcase/empty,; due to accident, user% of this oil have driven many miles, without damage, on the * hidden quart alone. < Isn't it siflart and thrifty lo have a 'hidden i^uart up in the parts of yoiir itiotor; where you arc sure it cannot fail?. It is so simple lo be safet '.so ioolhordy.ito be in doobt. Tend to it today. Go now, droia tind refill with the 'hi^dcn.quart oil'. Do it for safety's sake. With Carole Lombard, Lyle Talbot, Lonise Closser Hale. : N :OCO TRAVEL BUREAU , D ENVER ... WRITE FOR FREE.PASSPORT, MAPS « TRIP PLANNING SERVIC

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