Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 22, 1933 · Page 4
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t PAGE FOUR PEP AND YOUTH MAY GIVE FUG TOmrNGTON Clark Griffith's Hopes Run 1 High with His Revamped Club BSlqxi. MisB., Mar. 22. (AP)— Down here In the salty air of the fe'Ul/ coast. Clark Orlfflth believes he Is building another pennant winning Washington baseball team. He Is dealing out the same medicine he used in 1924 and 1825 when his team won American league pennants and one world's championship. Tliat medicine Is pep and youth. ' He even let his great veteran, Walter Johnson go as manager and placed in charge Joe Cronin, 26- year-old shortstop, who had just reached big league ball when the then young and untried Bucky Harris was leading the Senators to pennants as playefr-manager. In Cronin he hopes to Ilnd another Harris. GOose Goslih. who once was a favorite with the Washington fans, was brought back home from St. Louis in the belief that he can find, his old batting eye with the Senators where he led the American league in 1928 with an average of .SIS. • On a gamble they brought in a big, strapplrig rookie pitcher sensar tion, Ed Llnke, who struc^.but more batters than any other pitcher in organized baseball last year, his first as a pro, for the Davenport club of the Mississippi Valley league. In 240 innings he struck out 228 batters, permitted only 208 hits find pitched one no-hIt game. Other new; ones are Pred Schultc, center fielder from St. Louis; L^ke Sewell, catcher from Cleveland, and a flock of pitchers. Includlnc Earl Whltehill from Detroit, Walter Stewart from St., Louis and Luther Thomas, who was reca^ed from Youngstown. This is the new blooitl and the pep blood, which, mixed -with the old Ijlood is expected by Griffith and Cronin to bring the Senators out over the other clubs and possibly t'ibow out the Yankee^.The Infield will remain Intact with Bluege. Cronin, Kuhel, and Mypr. Mnnush will hold his left field post and GosUn must leam to pJuy right field. Crowder and Weaver will remain at the stalwarts of the pitchers mound.. The team has been built from a roster of plhyers either in their twenties or early thirties with.the r'xccptlon of the gallant veteran, Sam Rice, who will start his elght- <'enth season with the Senators. His hitting power has saved 'his berth :ind despite his 41 years he will be used as a utllitv outfielder. Last yt-ar hp batted .323 and for 12 sea- .son."> has batted above .300. The team spirit is high, player ronditlon Is good and holdouts are missing. Griffith may not be disappointed after all. THE TOLA DAILY REGISTER. WEDNESDAY EVENING. MARCH 22. im. Training Camp Notes St. Petersburg, Pla., Mar. 22. (AP) The third, and; perhaps decisive, conference between George Herman Ruth' and Colonel Jacob Ruppert ma^ end in the Babe's signing a New York Yankee contract today, Ruth and Ruppert planned to get together here sometime this afternoon, and "I hope we can come to ar agreement this time," says Ruth. Miami. Pla.—It looks like the Brooklyn Dodgers' second string lineup might be a trifle more powerful at the plate than the regulars. • The Dodgers were taking a trimming from the St. Louis Browns yesterday when Manager Max Carey called on his reserves. They responded with a four-run rally In the eighth that won the ball game, S-4. CATHOLICS WIK y^T-HALFmiE . IN CHDRCH PLAY Gdme or Series with U. B, To Determine League Championship Ban Francisco—Kikl Cuyler Is bringing smiles to Manager Charlie Grimin's face this spring with his batting punch. In great condition at the start of the training grind, Cuyler has been giving the ball a merry ride and leading the Cub attack along with Babe Herman. Against San Francisco yesterday, all he did was to bang out a home nm, triple, and a single, driving in seven runs before being retired after four Innings. Standings. W. Catholic 7 United Brethren.. 5 Presbyterian 5 Trinity 3 Methodist ..2 Christian Sr. 2 Baptist I Christian Jr. 0 L. 0 1 1 3 4 5 5 6 Pet. 1.000 .833 .833 .500 .333. .28C .166 .000 BDMBOLDTNEWS Hr. and Mn. George McGrew to.Be At Home in Homttotdt After April 1. J AMES BUCHANAN wag the only unmarried president. The crqssbar of football goal post is TEN FEET ABOVE THE GROUND. The tool shown. Is a GIMLET. Santa Cruz, Calif.—Larry French is the fair haired boy of the Pittsburgh Pirates' mound staff as the Gibson boys go to Los Angeles today to play the Giants. French held the Seattle team of the Pacific Coast league scoreless with five scattered hits for eight innings yesterday in an exhibition game. He struck oat six batters. The Buc hurler also poled out a homer and a double to score four runs, and the Pittsburghers won, 5. Sarasota. Fla.—Chick Haley and Red Lucas were ordered to return to the training camp at Tampa when the Cincinnati Reds moved .to Port Myers today for a two-game stand with the Athletics. Hafey Is suffering » badly swollen jaw caused by a sore tooth. Lucas has been having trouble with his elbow. KANSAS BRIEFS (By the A&sociated Press) Emporia—Apparently frightened away, thieves early yesterdav abandoned their efforts to steal the five- ton safe of the State Bank o£ Olpe, a small Lyon county town. Using planks and iron bars they had skidded the safe to the door before they fled, leaving the planks and bars. n.\BE Rt'TI! SIGNS FOR $32,000 Loiif Hold-Out Ended for Star Who Received S"5,000 Last Year. S.'- PetPr.<:bi!:-gr, Fla.. Mar. 22. (APi Babe Ruth camo to. terms witti Col- oiiel Jai'ob Ruppert, owner of the New York Yankees, here this afternoon and will sign a one-year con- irart for $52 000. The ion? controversy wai' brought to p. sudden close today wheii Ruth reduced his dPinand of last Saturday from $55,000 to $52,000.: The figiire was immediately accepted by Ruppert. Ruth's salarj.' will drop back to its 11)23-26 love! when he signs his new contract. He received $73,000 last yc-ir- MT. PLEASANT Mar. 15.—E, A. Dey and Mrs. Mattie Miller were anxious readers of the killed and wounded column listing those who" were unfortunate in the Long Beach earthquake. They have an uncle who resides in Huntington Park, a suburb of Long Beach. . Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bennett and son Paul siient Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ferguson and son Charles. The evening was spent playing pinochle. Mr. and Mrs. Billic Lynn and son Junior, Mr, and Mrs. Delos Anderson and daughter Lena Mae were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bangs and family. Mr. and Mrs. Emmlt Smith visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Linvllle Saturday. Eldon Price hauled chat last week at Elsmorej Mrs. Mattle Miller expects to Jeave soon for her home In Seattle. Wash. She has spent the winter here visiting her brother, E. A. Dey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Smith and family visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Avon Doty and family of Stark Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Beaman and Dudley and Howard Inman spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. Glenn Bangs and family. E. A. Dey and son Alex visited with Eben Burk Saturday morning. Neal and Everitt Howard and Lutille, Herscbel, and JOe Everitt visited with Mr; and Mrs. Floyd Everitt and faiiilly Tuesday evening. Vernon Price spent Friday evening at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Wlnfred Watson. George Roedel worked for Zack Price Satmday. Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Manson and ^ sons were Savonburg shoppers Monday afternoon. i 1 Vera Lee Bangs Ispent Saturday afternoon with' Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Beaman. Buddy Enos and Dudley Beaman spent Sunday with Pauline Bennett. Patty Lou and Larry Everitt spent Saturday with Etta Mae Everitt. Pittsburg Trucker KHiea. Fort Scott. Kas., Mar. 22. CAP)— Reno Noor, about 20, Pltt«burg, was ;kin &d early today when his truck loaded with fruit struck a concrete culvert two niiles north bf Weas- anton. Carl Burdick, 17, Pittsburg, :ji^5 injured severel;^ Jn t^^sl ^m, Topeka— A senate investigating committee early today absolved the peace officers association "from any improper motives" in an alleged fund collected by the organization for the purpose of conducting a legislative lobby. The committee reported that it had found the entire fund of $1,900 collected by President J. A. Jackson to be Intact and "that no improper advances were made to any member of the legislature." Jackson, the committee reported, has pledged himself to return the money to the contributors. Games Tharsday. Christian Jr. vs. Baptist. Presbyterian vs. United Brethren. Methodist vs. Trinity. A .16-13 overtime victory over the Methodists clinched the second half Church league pennant for the Catholic cage five at junior high last night. It was the seventh straight win for the Catholic aggregation and gave them the right to oppose the United Brethren, quintet, fu:st half winners, in a championship, game or series. Officials of the league said today it had not been decided when or in what manner the title would be decided between the victors in the two halves of play. "Three more league games remain to be played Thursday night at junior high school. The Christian Seniors failed to sliow up for their game with the Trinity last iiight and the Trinity five was giv^n a victory on a forfeit. A pick-up team was played. Tlie Pre*yterians triumphed over the Baptists in the third game of the evening. The box scores: CathoUc— 16 PCi FT F S. Zj-skowski. f 2 0 2 A. Zyskowskl, f 0 0 0 Blxby. c. .4 0 0 OT'laherty, g. I 0 0 Grant, g 1 o 1 Totals 8 0 3 Melhodlst^lS FG PT P Lee. f. 1 1 0 Finley, f. 0 0 0 Miridleton, f 1 O 0 Anderson, c. 1 0 2 Miller, g 1 1 0 Arndt, g 1 1 1 NEWS OF LAHARPE Mrs. Mae Love, Joe Love, and Miss Jnanlta Stevenson Spend Sonday in Kansas City. (Bevefly Mallory.) LAHARPE. Mar. 21.— Ralph Ensminger. who is attending business college in Parsons, spent the weekend with his parents northeast of town. Mrs. C. S. Myers has gone to make her home with her son, Frank Myers and family in the Prairie Hall district. George Kirt^patrick, Blue Mound, was a diimer guest Sunday of his sister, Mrs. C. B. Limes and Mr. Limes and Charlene. Mrs. Harry Peet is ill at her home north of town. Prayer meeting will be field Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock at the Baptist church. The subject will be "Saved and Unsaved." , Herbert Martin was in lola Monday afternoon on business. AUene Brand, sister of Mrs. Forest Marsh, was in the crowds that helped make the picture. State Fair, now showing in lola." The picture was made last summer in Des Moines. Iowa, where Miss Brand is attending college. Mrs. Mae Love and Joe and Miss Juanlta Stevenson spent Sunday In Kansas City. Totals 5 3 3 Score at half—Catholic 6, Methodist 3. Olathe—Donald Raymond Elback, 8-j'ear-old school boy. was killed near Mission Hill Acres yesterday when struck by a truck driven by A. N. Henderson. Lenexa. The driver said the boy darted across the road in front of the machine. He was not held. Wichita^-Charged with selling sub-standard Jamaica ginger, Wykoff Keach and .W. C. Burnett, Wichita druggists were found guilty In. federal court here yesterday at their second trial. The case was remanded on appeal after both had been convicted at the first trial. Sentence is to be passed today. Baptist—13 FG FT F Thompson, f ....2 0 2 Robinson, f ....1 0 3 Dice, c. , ..,0 2 3 Miller, g ... li 1 2 Krause, g ....1 0 2 Totals ...S 3 a Presbyterians—19 FG FT p Troutwine, f .. .1 2 1 Bowlus. i ...2 1 1 Mclntyre, c ...1 0 1 McClay. g ...2 0 3 Sutherland, g ...1 2 2 Totals ...7 5 8 Score at half—Baptist 7, Presbyterian 4. Trinity—7 FG E. Hoggatt, f 1 Sicks, f 0 H. Hoggatt, c ...1 Little, g 1 Creevan. g .0 Ammon, g. . 0 TotaU : 3 Pickups—33 FG Williams, f. 1 Dunnaway, f. 1 Frantz, f 3 Sharp, c 7 Brooks, g 0 Hurlock, g 3 FT 0 0 0 0' 0 1 F 4 3 1 0 0 2 10 80 rod Galv. Cattle Barb Wire $2.69 spool 80 rod Galv. Hog Barb Wire $2.89 spool Blaker Lumber Co. FT 1 0 0 0 1 1 8. Totals 15 Score at half—Trinity 3. Kckups JAM CONVENTION HALL CARD . Pittsbiu-g—Elected county assessor last fall at the same time voters abolished the office, Frank Davidson failed yesterday ih an attempt to force the county commissioners to accept his bond far the post. He was denied a writ of mandamus in i a hearing before Judges L. M. Res- , Kansas City, Mar. 22. (AP)-So ler and Joe E. Galtskill of the dis- i many persons turned out for the Tickete Exbansted as 7,fl»0 Fischer Take Lacy. See trlct court sitting en banc. Declaring they could not pass directly on Davidson's right- to hold the ofBce, the Judges upheld the refusal of the conmilssioners to approve the bond. M. a S. Club Meets. Mrs. William Ronslck was hostess to the M. B.-S. at the J. P. WU- hlte home. , Miss Drollinger taught the Bible lessons at study hour, and a party for the retiring officers was planned to be held at the home of Mrs. Ennis Starkey on April 13. Several business Itenis were transacted and Miss Wiimle Tomlinson was voted in as a new member. The next meeting will be at the C. D. Wright home on March 30. Mrs. Ronslck served refreshments to 17 members a,nd six guests: Mrs. Karl Nelson, Earl Wright, Karl Gerken, Franklin and Nelda Jo, and Misses Eula Dickerson and Geraldine Atkinson.—Club Secretary. Safe Fonnd in River. S*ina, Kas., Mar. 22. (AP)— Farmers, watching a school of carp In the Smoky river a mile south of New Cambria, last night discovered a safe l3?ing in five feet of water. Officers removed it and it was identified as that stolen from a Sallna grocery store February 13. The door of the safe was gone as was $1,600 in cash and checks the safe contained when it was stolen. Seattle—At the age of 71. with her life sayings swept away. Mrs. Marion! B. jD'Amoux. a widow, is stagtag a "comeback." "Life's a ijuzzle," she says, smiling, "so I've! tiumed to making more puzzles." i She is the editor of a small cross word puzzle magazine published weekly. She includes puzzles in Spwilsh. Fiiench and Italian. She 'explained that her husband was a professor of | languages at Washington university, St. Louis, and spoke 13 language^ wrestling card in Convention Hall here last night that the promoters ran short of tickets. None was denied admission, however, and a check-up revealed that the attendance exceeded 7,000, Charles Fischer, Butternut, IjVis., world light heavyweight title claimant, won the main event after midnight when his opponent. Earl L.acy of Ness City, Kas., declined to return for- the tlUrd fall because of injuries. The Kansan won the firat fall with a toe hold in one hour and three minutes, and Fischer won the second, with a body slam In foiu: minutes and 40 seconds. OklahMna Mines Reopen. Miami, Okla., Mar. 22. (AP)—Two mills and mines of the Admiralty Zinc company, at Douthat, Okla., were reopened today after having been closed two weeks. The Rlalto and Barr plants will reopen Friday. With this reopening, a tWSOU 1250 men will have gone back to work in the tri -state area. New York, Mar. 22. (AP)—What do the "dawn-and-outers" think about high salaries? ; The Gold Dust lodge of the Salvation Army, caring for destitute, deserving men, conducted a poll asking: "Who in your opinion deserve the highest salaries American business is capable of paying?" Here is the tabulation of 260 votes: President Roosevelt, 18S; Babe Roth. 140: Al Smith, 12; Jack Dempney anci former Mayor McKee of New York, 5 each; Herbert Hoover, 4; Charles M. Schwab, Henry Pord, and Joe E. Brown, 3 each. Mrs. Arch Bnnu Dies. Independence, Kas., Mar. 22. '.AP) Mrs. Arch Bums, 26, died jtoday in a. hospital here from bums suffered Sunday when her home northwest of Independence was destn^^ by fire. She is survivied by her hys- band ap4 four children. ,^ Jim Davis is ill at his home north of town. Mrs. W. A. Hicks and granddaughter. Miss Thelma Peck, were in town Saturday on business and visiting friends. The Rev. and Mrs* Peck, Moran, were in town attending to business Monday afternoon. A. L. Greene, Topeka, was in town calling on business friends Monday morning. . Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Hoke and children, Wllma and Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Harris, Clyde Owens and Miss Martha Bulk, Humboldt. Mrs. Emma Owens, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hoke and sons. OrvJlIe and Walter, Chanute. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hoke, Leonna. and Mr. and Mrs. David AUenworth, lola, attended the wed-^ ding anniversary dinner of Mr. and|, Mrs. G. E. Ledford and Mr. and Mrs. Will Hoke at the Ledford home in the Diamond district Sunday, i Miss Esther Moore spent the week-end as a guest of Miss Faye Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ericson, Gamett, were in LaHarpe attending to business Saturday afternoon. Henry Ensminger spent Saturday night with his uhde Phillip Ensminger and was an all night guest Sunday of his sister. Mrs. Sam Pyles and family. Bayard. Mrs. WlUiam Hannah is ill at her home northeast of town. George Moore, Parsons, spent the week-end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Moore and family and other relatives and friends. Bud Sellman, student at Independence Junior college, spent the week-end here with his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Turner and Omer. J. Popplewell. Fort Scott, was in town Tuesday afternoon calling on biwiness friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Flack and Joan. Independence. Mo., were in LaHarpe Sunday visiting Mr. Flack's mother. Mrs. Robert Flack and other relatives. NOTICE The registration books are now open, all those that did not vote at Ihe last general election or have moved will be required to register in order to vote at the city election April 4. 1933. Books will close March 24, 1933. at 10 o'clock p. m. WTLLMINE CHAMBERS, City Clerk. Chas. Shelton is visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. LiUlan Boggs in Emporia. Mr. and Mrs. Heber Ransom and Richard and Mrs. Ida Ransom were dinner guests Monday evening ol Mr. and Mrs: Gale Struiik and family, south of town. NOTICE This is garden time, all those letting their ciiickens run out miist keep them shut iip by order of the mayor.—Ed. Etenforth. Walter Vance, Parsons, was in LaHarpe on business Tuesday afternoon. John :Byrd, Chanute, was - attending to business here Tuesday morning. Friends here are sorry to learn of the accident in Olathe where Dr. H. S. Albaugh, formerly of LaHarpe. unavoidably struck a 4 -year-old girl with his car. The child was injured quite seriously. Henry Ensmicker returned jtoday to his home in Targo. Qkla.,^ after a month's visiC here with his father, Henry Ensminger Sr..- and other relatives and friends. HUMBOLDT, Mar. 21.— Mr. George McGrew of Humboldt was united in marriage to Miss Esther Olson of Chanute Sunday noon in the Grant Avenue Baptist church. Mr. McGrew Is an employee of the Kansas Utilities company here. The couple will make their home in Humboldt after April 1. The Friendly Neighbors cliib held its regular meeting Thursday at the home of Mrs. Emma Wlutworth east of Humboldt. Thie day was spent ih quilting, etc. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. Those present were: Mrs. Staiiley Harding, Mrs. Arthur Kyle, Mrs. Maude Lowe, Mrs. Ethel Morlan, Mrs. Thomas Francis, Mrs. S. V/. Johnson. Mrs. Bertha Reinhardt, Mrs. I. Whltworth, Mrs. Clarence .tohnson, Mrs. J. N. FrankUn. Mrs. A. Thompson, Mrs. Eben Claus, Mrs. Harold Beach. Mrs. Lloyd Whitworth, Mrs. Hoyt Alford. Mrs. Brice OLson, Mrs. Luther Scogin, Mrs. Vlrpil Olhcn Mrs. Arthur Hanson. Air.--. Ceci; Fowler, Mrs. Oryille Franklin, Mrs. Bert Fowler, Mrs. Nels Olson, Mrs. E. W. Hurford, Mrs. C. L. BohUnger. Mrs. Ralph' Reinhardt, Mrs. Ray Romine, Mrs. Sanford Miller, Mr;. Lizzie Romine. Mrs. Arthur Franklin, Miss Mabel Thornton. Miss Alta Hurford. Mary Lou Whitworth, Pearl Hanson, Norma Jean Olson, Vivian Claus, Jimmy Ellis, LawTence Dean Beach. Nelse Olson, Glen Neal, Warren and Billy PranKlln. and Jimmy Hanson.^ Other guests at the luncheon were Mr. Orviile Franklin, Mr. Arthur FrankUa, Mr. A. Hanson, and Mr. Raipa Reinhardt. The next meeting will be held Anrii 18 with Mrs. Ralph Romhnrdt. assembly was held Tuesday morning in the auditorium, Mr. A. J. Trueblood, principal, conducting devotions, and introducing George Works as announce^ of the follow- ihg program: piano solo, Dorothy Baker; trio. Lavergne Lehman, Bert Webb, and Lawrence Hess; play by a group of sophomore girls. Quite a few visitors attended the program. Mrs. Mary Braucher and her ste- ter, Mrs. Lulu Greenman of South Fifth street visited their broth ar Mr. Bragg and family of Savonburg Sunday. The Humboldt music club held an open meeting Monday afternoon in the Presbyterian church. An exceptionally fine program was given, which was enjoyed by all present, refreishments being served by the hostesses appointed at the close of the program. A good attendance was recorded considering the In- cleniency of the weather. Funeral services for Mrs. W. J. Smith, 72, who died at her home Sunday afternoon near Erie, were held at the Erie Federated church Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. J. H. Hoopingamerolliciatlng. Interment occurred in the Leanna cemetery southeast of Humboldt where Mrs. Smith's husband had been interred about a year ago. A covered didi dinner was served Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Waldron, west of Himiboldt, celebrating Mrs. Waldron's birthday, the dinner behig planned as a surprise for Mrs. Waldron. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. John W. Campbell and son Burtis. and Miss Arlene Wilson cf Petrolia, Mrs. James H. Smith and son Jimmy of Yates Center,' Mr. and Mrs. Hubert H. Wilson and children. Eldon. Adrian and Jean; Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Wilson and daughter Wanda Wilene of Chanute. Mrs. Sarah E. Mclntlre of Emporia, Mrs. M. E. Campbell of Hartford, and Mr. Walter I. Waldron. W. A. Byerley of North Ninth street was quite sick Sunday with an NEWS OF COLO >Ir. and Mrs. Ernest Jobiu Their Dangb^r Leave for New Home In Mlssoari. and Miss Louise Thurman entertained „ ^ ^ ^^^^ ...uii^..*, WIL.J mi as her week-end guest Miss Wan- j attack of flu, but is much improv.-d dene Hiser of Chanute. j j today. Mrs. G. H. Seifken is i ill at her' is home southeast of Humboldt, her recovery being of gradual' growth. Rev. and Mrs. Felsburg and Charles Lee of Humboldt visited Thursday at the J. A. Ci-ess home in DeWitt, west of Humijoldt. • The Willing Workers club met Wednesday for an all dav meeting at the home of Miss Scaife, west of Humboldt. Those present were: Mrs. Henry Strack, Mrs. Glen Strack, Mrs. J..A. Cress. Mrs. Ross Cress. Mrs. Ira Howell. Mrs. Charles Stroh, Mrs. Leslie Womack, Mrs. Dan Hunter, Mrs. Ed Bruenger, Misses Blanche Womack and Audrey Cress. The guests were: Mrs. David Brj'an, Mrs. Earl Martin. Mrs. Leslie Reed and children. Shirley Cress, Billy Martin. Ethel Stroh. and Roberta Arm Reed. The next meet- lOLAN LEADS IN CUE FIGHT Willjird Doollttle Takes ITwo Games in Tri-Clty Totimament. Willard DooUttle, lola biUiard pl&yer, won two games in the start 01' a three-cushion tournament at Chanute last night between lola, Humboldt, and Chanute players, j The Chanute contestant, Olson, won ' one game and lost one, and the Humboldt player, Ciishman. lost two. The next tournament will be held here in the Lehman Ijall at 116 West Madison next Tuesday evening. The public is invited. A cue valued at $7.50 is the prize for the tournament. MAT CARD STILL IN THE AIR. ing will be held April 5 at the home ' a ,..~.»4 #>»r TTr" Of Mr.. Ed Bn.enger. I '™'"tout ".^^r^S'":^er Fremont, Neb.-^oseph K Daly, Fremont attorney, has already 8ent bis filing to Lincoln as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for congress in 1934. He was aai utl> successful primary opponent of ptm- gressman Edgar Howard of Co|uin- bus at the ment ctectioq. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Giles of Humboldt were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. Swearingen of Cresent Valley district. The regular meeting of the Rotary club was held Monday evening in the Monroe hotel, and following supper Mr. Elmer Harclerode, preslr dent, presided over a short program, also the business session which dealt with routine business. Conflicting engagements somewhat retarded the attendance which was only fair. The board of trustees of the Presbyterian church held an Important business meeting Monday evening at the bank. Charles H. Schaffner, president of the board, presiding. The church treasurer's report was examined, and discussed, and further plans made for the promoting cf the Every Member canvass for the ensuing church year. Owing to misdirected plans, tho | funeral services for Mrs. McEwen I of Hmnboldt, scheduled for Monday , morning at Toronto, were delayed; until 3 o'clock the same day. At i this hour the sendees were conducted by Mrs. McEwen "s pastor. Dr. G. W. Horn of Humboldt, the music being furnished by a quartet of the Toronto Presbyterian church. Interment followed in the Neal cemetery, west of Toronto. Persons from Humboldt attending the McEwen" funeral at Toronto Monday afternoon were: Dr. G. W. Horn, Presbyterian minister, Mrs. Ocle McEwen. Mr. and Mrs. Harwood. Mr. Herman Radke Jr.. Mrs. Andrew Hixon, Mrs. J. W. Chsper. and Mrs. Joe Ballah. Mr. (3harles McEwen, who has been with his wife for more than a year in Texas, where Mrs. McEwen died Wednesday last, returned to Humboldt| alter the funeral, to make his home here with his mother, Mrs. Qcie McEwen, Mr. Joseph Glass and Miss Green of lola visited friends in Humboldt Sunday, also attending the evening service of the Humboldt Presbyterian church. John Hatch, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hatch. Humboldt, is absent from school ow-ing to being I quite sick. Mrs. G. Van Seymour of South Eighth street left Tuesday afternoon for Rochester, Minn., where shie will | enter Mayo's clinic with a view of remaining, should the doctors decide upon an operation. ! The regular high school dhapel I Tlie Register has been unable to make contact with Wrestling Promoter Mike Chacoma for the past few days and whether the pachyderms will pachyderm this week is not known at this time—approximately 24 hours before the first painful preliminary would be scheduled to start. When last in The Register office. CJhacoma said he was on his way to I Osawatomie. He has not been seen since. A small ad in the Classified columns often nuts over a big deal. COLONY, Mar. 22.— Merle Smith and Glen Henderson were Moran visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Jones and daughter of Mound City spent Sunday at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Myers and, son of Moran spent Sunday afternoon visiting* Mrs. Emma L. Keith of the Bargain store. Miss Beula Moore and Miss Frances Swickard were lola visitors Monday afternoon. > Mrs. A. C. wailar and Ray Johnson worked in the Wallar drug store in lola yesterday. Reuben Chatterton and Ralph Jones drove to Melvem Monday and brought the Plymouth coupe owned by John Holzapfel to the McCaughey garage;^ . Miss Gladys West. George Tressler, and Ralph Jones spent Sunday in Parsons \islting Jktiss Beulah Wells. . T Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Henderson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred McGuire home, west of Colony. Mrs. V. E-. Mastln entertained the members of the East Broadway bridge club at her home Monday afternoon. Miss Manila Robbins won high score. At a later hour th? hostess' served refreshments to the following ladies: Mrs. L. B. Miller. Mrs. Ray Garxfcon, Miss Manili Robbins, Mrs. R. M. MCCaughey', Mrs. Charles Kessler, Mrs. C. V. Clark, and Mrs. J. H. Hill. R. W. Gooden arid son Paul brought a truck load .of hogs from lola Monday for H. J. Denton. Guy Crammer made a business trip to Kansas City Monday eve?- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johns and daughter left yesterday via the R. W. Gooden truck for their new home in Blue Springs. Mo. Miss Nellie Schalnost and James Boyles were dinner guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schainost, northr west of Colony, Sunday evening. C. W. Conley and Elvin Huskey were business visitors In lola Monday afternoon. Misses Ada and Eleanor.Paddock, Mound City, spent Sunday at,the W. I. Caldwell home. . Mrs. Gussie Wilson and daughter Capitola were lola visitors yester-; day. . Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hlvely and daughter Edith, Mound City, spent Sunday visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson and son Bobby.. Park Johnson. Centerville, spent the afternoon at the Johnson home. Dr. B. D. Pulllam attended a dentists' clUiic which was held in the North American Hotel at Ottawa Monday nljght. H. F. Olmsted was a business vlsi-' tor in Ottawa Monday. Herbert Brown, lola, was a business visitor in Colony Monday. Jess Wilson was a business visitor in Gaipett yesterday. Herbert ' Henderson and M. L. Jones were business visitors in Gar- nctt Monday. B. K. Stanford. lola, was in Color, v Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Mastln wUl entertain the Colony school faculty at their home this evening." Miss Irene Burnett, who has been spending several weeks with her lOLA, KANSAS parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. .Burnett, returned to Kansas City last week to resume her duties as a hotel manager. Mr. and ifis. Ed Hunzicker transacted business in Gamett Tuesday. ^\ Mr. and Mrs. Avery McDowell, Tola, were business visitors in Colony Monday. Lawrence P. Nolan took a truck load of eggs to Paola yesterday for Joseph Buckley. B. W. Gooden was a Kansas City visitor, Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. C. D. Breshears left Sunday morning for Idaho Palls, Idaho. They have been here for several months' and their friendi are sorry they decided to leave. Mr. and Mrs.' J. H. Burnett and Dr. Audra Pulllam were businp .ss visitors in lola Monday. Junior Veteto, nlne-months-oW son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Vetelo, has been dangerously ill for several days but at this time seems slightly improved. Mrs. Charles Kessler and daughter, Jean-Marie Atln,.spent Prida.v and Saturday .with relatives in Williamsburg. Tl^y spent Sunday in Burlington ard-^s. Kes-sler's mother. Mrs. Nesbitt, returned homo with tliem for a visit. Miss Bertha Wells, Wichita, spent the week-end with her parents. Mi. and Mrs. 'Henrj- Wells, and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hill and family p.nd MrsitMakemson spent Sunday in Mound City with Grandma Holmes and CJharles Sanders, who is ill. tJSxs. Makemson remained for a longer visit. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS t 4 (From the Office of The Ida ) ' Abstract Co., 108 W. Jackson) 1 _— . : «. March 21, 1933. L. O.'Northrup and Evali-n Nonh- rup Ills wife to E. A. Lewis and M. F. LPWls ,.that part of SW. ^ 12-2617. com. at SW. Cor. N. 80 rods E. 100 rods. S. 80 rod.s, W. 100 rods being 50 acres. $900.00. Faith, S. D.—T^or more than a score of years Dr. H. C. Dyrkee hits been answering distress calls from, the sick and injured, and when he looked over his account t)ook.s he found the amount due him in fee.s was approximately $20,500. AfU-r cancelling all the bllLs he said: • "Live as you go and .save a dollar for a rainy day. If you have nion-, divide it with the iioor and thank God that you have health and are a citizen of the United States of America." "THEATER OF THE STA R,8" I^ST TIMES TODAY! Admission lOc TO ALL THE J. F. GRENNAN PRODUCE CO. C. O. COGHILL, Manager POULTRY AND EGGS Egg Cases and Supplies start Yonr Chicks Right! t USE PILLSBURY i STARTING FOOD | Old and Reliable—Established,' 1911 Comer Monroe and Elm \ (Just West of the Water Tower> DEEP CUT PRICES Ford T Fan Belt .........19c Ford A Fan Belt 39c Chev..4 and 6 Fan Beit ..39c Low prices on belts foi; all other cars. ANDREWS & SON lola—14 Sobth Washington Ciiaante—215 East Slain MATINEES lOc-lac UPTOWN NIGHTS 10c-25c TODAY ONLY They gave ber a bad name and she lived up to it.' THE LID IS OFF; THE PARTY IS O.V! And How: With Nancy Carroll Gary Grant-Randolph Scott ALSO ENTERTAINING FEATURETTES THURSDAY AND FRIDAY— H CIVIUZATIOK TAMED HIM b ^ TO THE WAYS OF MEN...AND WOMEN! Glcriout/ Naked Whit* Glont.from th* Block jjunslaa ...King of Bctists, and Slavs tb a Womon! , A GHAND SHOW Of SURGING rASSiONSi UNMCASURfO THE jumiE WITN mUONMAN (BOSTfRCRABBO PLUS— W. C. FIELDS —in-^ "THE FATAL GLASS OF BEER" 2-reel comedy —and— PARAMOUNT NEWS lUETRO-GOLDWyN-MAYEK 'S THE GREATEST JUNGLE ROMANCE EVER SCREENED! TARZAN THE APE MAN" with JOHNNL WEISMULLER MAUREEN O'SULLIVAN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY! Admission TOiALL The famous Liberty Magazine story lives ;on the screen! Brii- Jiantl Absori[>injr! Powerfol.' You'll say It's one of the season's best! 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