Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 24, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, March 24, 1933
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TOLA. KANSAS ••r fi Dr. E. C. Cannon went to Em- 'poria yesterday on business. : Miss Inez McKlbben has reCurned from Kansas City where she pur- . chased spring mllUncry for Ramsay's. ' ; —PLUMBING. Need Repairs? Let :us give estimate. Phone 1175. lola ^Plumbing Co. ^ : Glenn Relelord went to Marion tills afternoon to be a weelc-end guest in the home of Dr, and Mrs. ^Baylor. Ask for FAIRIVIONT ICE CREAM It's pare, delicious, tasty. Individual Molds for every occasion . Y Made in lola froiq Allen county products- *. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Scott Jr. ••will have as their guests Mrs. F. W. Kelly and her small son Frederick :William Jr. of St. Louis. Mo., who -iwill arrive Saturday evening. Ten $tar General Electric The REFRIGERATOR DELUXE. Now on display. A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. • Mrs. Robert Trombold returned - .'last night from Toiieka where she 'has spent the past week with Mr.' . Trombold. > Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Foster -have moved to 613 South Second :trom 511 South Second, f F.M. Jones spent Thursday with friends in chanute. P. S. Bennett and V. C. Archer fl-erc business visitors In Orldley Thursday. —The Housewife buys on quality, so insists on quality. Buy Delicious Bread at your grocer or lola Bakery. Mrs. E. C. McKinney arrived Wednesday from Parsons for a visit with her ^parents Mr. and Mrs. Prank Fisk. and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McKinney. —For Genuine Crazy Crystals leave orders at 301 North street. Cora E. Payne, local distributor. ! Miss Vera Stonaker and Miss Bess : Griffin spent Thursday evening in Chanute. i : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hunter and ; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hunter of New- jton visited Wednesday with their uncle J E. Hunter, and their cousin Mr.<;. W. E. DulinsKy and he;family. FREE! With each purchase of a large bottle of LISTERINE Tooth Brush Sterilizer and Holder BROWN'S DRUG STORE Phone 255 ; wmiam Gray la critically iU at his hooie, —Cost estimates given In advance. Waugh Funeral Home. Joan Billbe, 7-year-otd daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dene E. BlUbe, Is ill of influenza. GOOD USED TIRES We have a lot of good used tires In various sizes, traded in on new Generals. Priced right and with terms. SHELLY MOTOR CO. 214 N. Jeff. Phone 80 Ed Davis will leave Saturday evening for Moran where he will spend the week-end with his family. i Card of Thanks. —We wish to thank our neighbors i and frifends' for their kindness and (Sympathy d^lng the illness and (death ofiour wife and mother; also Ifor the beautiful flowers.—G. H. Pitzpatrick. {L. H. Pitzpatrick and wife. W. R. Pitzpatrick and wife. Donald C. Fitzpatrtck and wife. I —' Mr and Iklrs. J. B. Knepp visited Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ensminser. who live east of town. Dance! Dance! Dance! MJ W. A', HALL Saturday Night, March 25 Music bjr Rhythm RolUckers Admission 50c THE TOLA DAILY REGISTEB^FRroAY EVENING/MARCH 24Jl983. As Ohio River Flood Took Dcr.dly Toll PAGE THREE NEWS OF COLONY Mr. and Mn. V. E. IVIastin Entertain the Hirh School Faculty at BridfB Wednesday. Willi tlie Uhio river at Us UiKliesi stage since lUi'/. in.s.- m nu. suneriiiK and greai damage has re- puUert in srorcy «r lowii- Huoilfd t>v it,; sHrRina liile. llbre Is the main street Of I'omeroy.O.. Willi "vprv hi}'^'-"'"^ nior^f. |iniiif1:ilT ! N'"" tl"" OPPS' T'" m:'fimtirff (in 11)" jinIcnnv In thf left foPPsround NEOSHO VALLEY and UNION Mrs. Roy Swanson will leave Sat- lu-day afternoon for a week-end visit with ' friends in Wichita. ; Mri-. R. G. Ferry went to Kansat, I City early this morning on business. She i will return home tonight. Any Suit, Dress or ^Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed -35c- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 10.5 One Day- Service If Desired —S |3rinff is here. See Antrim fori Wall Pajjcr. 219 North Jefferson. ; Mr.s. W. H. Scheff returned Monday from Joplin. Mo., where she w.-j.-^ the guest of Mrs. C. E, Teeter for three da>-s. -MATTRESSES S MATTRESSES' Truck Load Just Received • :,••••jj • jj^jiei- Siiring Mattress $9.75 -" Judge and Mis. F. R. Forrest arc : 100'' Felted Cotton. 50 lb. wt.. .$5.75 •• entertaining their granddaughter All Cotton. 50-lb. weiglU.... ,S2.95 Nnncv Barnes of Kansas City. V/e Buy For Less and Sell for Less! — W. H. WOOD FINE FURNITURE ; ; —Dr. H. L. Lacy. Dentist. Office; 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190 -• over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray' — equipped. Phone 149. -Miw Mai -y Jane New returned . — Tuesday from an over-night "visit . Atiss Thelma Liileer. Miss BuUy ...^jj j^p^ parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. .Wilkins. and Miss Irene Wllkins. will Q J^^^^. JJ, colony SiKiid Sunday in Kansas City. '•' ' , . -i\Ar^ T niinn Tui ^rp Ipft lT ;r PV- —New Spring Hats in dress and .;iHncss of her son. Roland Moore. " __ • V , ~ \\'. n. Stukeyof Joplin. Mo., trav- .^ELF SLRVIt:E IVIARKET t,ii„„ freight agent for the Santa Pe, ,• Swift Premium Franks 12':C in loJa todav on business. Steak, 2 pounds 25c • - . BucoL Sliced.- 2 lbs; ' [^y/.y/.V.iU ^- ^- f^^: *-ho has been ill Hamburger, 4 lbs 25c i^''^'- month, is now able to be • Beef Rosetts. pound . . ..... .20c i out of bed and about the house. Fresh Halibut. Fresh Haddock. — ! - ; Ovst ers : : ; _ Insist on Shoes That Fit: :i -.• Mrs. Mabel Manning and her ' , ^ „ . ^.i. • ' i ^:fumily moved to a farm located east : Bla^k' c 'l a« B ^efgf cl -er'wfiite ! -of town yestcrdar from their former ' •"'''CK.(..naii ceige ^ey, wuae . , residence 301 South Clitstnui.. ! : ; j : —Spring Filled Maltresse-s. nation- : RrrhLnl^-c ^VP n "Itor"? •' ally advertised, for less. Curtis', 10 : R'chardsons D. G. Store . ' North Washington. '; Bernice Ellis. iTvear -old daugli- Mrs. J. F. Dickensheets,will return i Ler of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellis. ; t-his evening from Overbrook where . •i\ho has been quite ill the past week, she iittcnded the funeral of her sls- ip .somewhat improved. Mr. Ellis said j Mrs. George Coffman. ^ 1 GOLD SEAL CONGOLEUM -. ' —The pick of spring patterns in rugs and yard goods, now on display. A. B. Sleeper Furniture Co. 1 NOTICE. —The following dogs will be held in the city poimd 48 hours for redemption: 1 black and white striped hound; 1 light brown and white mixed breed; 1 white and, brown spotted; 1 white-brindle greyhound; 1 white bird dog with black spots; 1 brown smooth-haired, cur; 1 light brown and ! white shepherd.—Chief ol Police. Mrs. Earl Sheffer. who underwent a major operation at St. John's hospital about two weeks ago, returned today to her home in Elsmoie. Mr. and Mrs. Theron T. Johnson and their children will arrive this evening from Ottawa to be weekend guests of Mrs. Johnsons mother Mrs. B. P. Ransom in LaHarpe and of relatives and friends in loia. . .Any Dress, Suit or Coat Cleaned and Pressed 25c ; 3 Garments for 65c SPOTLESS CLEANERS Call 797 in W. Madison C. R. Morau C. H, Brown has been seriously ill the past week but is reported slightly improved today. The following people of LeRoy were business visitors in lola yesterday: Miss Flora Shields, Mrs, Luj ella Gunlock, Mrs. H. C. Wassell, \ Mrs. George Sims, and Mr. and Mrs. ] J. S. Bowe. j FRANK SEZ: I When yoiur.saw is sharpened on I our automatic saw filer it will cut I truer, faster, better—just like new. • Expert Lawnmower Grinding. Frank Lawyer's Repair Shop Blacksmithing. Welding, Machine and Woodwork I 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 9 Out of 10 Cars Use Too Much. Gas : ACCURATE MOTOR TUNE UP :- Is the Cure We Are the Doctors! : A. H, DAVIS ELEC. SERVICE 202 N. Wash. Phone 1379 Homer LaForge of Chanute, visit; ed last evening with hts father-in- l .TW and mother-in-law, Mr. and I Mrs. J. N. Goss. Lyman King of Topeka. state man ' ftfr the New England Mutual In- svirance company, was a luiichcon giiest yesterday of Nat Armel. —A fair charge for a high grade j .sen'ice. Sleeper Mortuary. Lawton Bennett. profcs.sor of phy- \ sics at tho Ottawa university for tl'.e last ten years, pns.sed thiouEh ; here today en route to Wichita. Mr. ; Bi'nnctt formerly resided ui lola. : Suit, Coat, or Dress Cleaned and Pressed 30c 1 This Week Special ; 4 Garments for Sl.lO : AH Work Guaranteed WARDWAV CLEANERS .: I Formerly Cut Ratc> : Opp. Postoffice Phone 775 The Kansas City Star of Wodncs- | day had a picture .sliowin:; Major J A.. Willis Sr., and his son Lieut. J. A.' Willis Jr.. both of whom Avcre killed when the aniiy pirme which Lieut Willis was pilotinp; crashed neur Petersburg. Va. Lieut. Willis was a classmate of Charles P. Scott Jr at the Air Corps flying school lin- San Antonio. } REGISTR.ATION NOTICE. ^To the Electors of Ule City of loia, Kansas: You arc hereby notified that the books for the registration of voler.<; will be kept open between the hours-of eicht o'clock A. M. and ten o'clock P. M. each da,v, Sunday excepted, from the fifteenth day of March, to the twenty- fourth day of March, 1933. and that said rcgLstration boots will be closed on- the last named day at ten o'clock P.M. If, you have never registered in the City .of lola. and have lived in the ward thirty days or more and In the State si.\ months or more and have attained the age of twenty- onic years, you must register before yoy are eligible to vote. Hf you failed to vote at the last General election in November, 1932, and have not registered since, you must re-register. If.- you have moved from the liouse or'street number where you lived when you last registered, you must re-register. if you have changed your name voa must re-register. It you arc of foreign birth, you mast present your naturalization papers in order to register. Any person desiring to register must iappear in person at my office in the City Hall. T. E. SHANAHAN, Olty-eierk. NOTICE To Our Friends and Patrons THE rOEAL 'HOME LAUNDRY Will Continue in Business • As Usual G, H. PITZPATRICK Mrs. Viola Craig announced today that she has purchased the People's cafe from J. J. Williamson and will oiicrate it herself henceforth. The cafe win move from Its present location at 12 West Jackson to the- building formerly occupied by The Hub. 10 West Jackson, which Is being remodeled and redecorated and will be ready for occupancy within the next few days. Mrs. Craig has had several years of experience in this line of business. McKINNEY GROC. & MARKET Beef Melts, for cats and fish bait, pound 5c Herkimer New York Cheese. per pound 40c Suprex. vacuum packed, lb 25c Corn Flakes, large pkg. ... 10c Wheat Flakes, large pg 10c I FREE DELIVERY 110 S. Wash. Phone 173 Rev. N L. Vezie is not only a good preacher and a successful horticul- tuiist, but he is a philosopher also. On his little two-acre farm just east of Tola he has fruit trees of half a dozen varieties so it makes a good deal of difference to him whether ho has a good crop or not. But to a friend who'inquired whether the cold weather of the past few days had killed his fruit, he replied: "I don't know and I don't worry about it. Later on the trees will announce for themselves what has hapix'ned to them and they are thp best authority. Last spring a lot of wise guys told me the peach buds were all dead, but .1 just let my trees alone and in due time they gave me nil the peaches I could use. So I am letting my trees alone this spring and keeping myself busy sending out the egg.s which are ordered in response to: some little wart ads, in the Register. Something more than 3.000 thus far." ' E. P. Slack, proprietor of the lola ' Cash and Carry Oil company, who I has been seriously ill with heart {trouble since Sunday, is reported to ; be improved today. i Mrs. Ed McGannon, who has been I spending the past week in Kansas I City, returned to lola last evening for a longer visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chehaske, before going to her home in Troup, Texas. f»r OkM^Un PlmSSmd, Brmai I'UU la Bad and <i«ld( lairtallic bo««,. walttl "ItU Bloa .._ Ribboo. TakaMatkan Hmj V 'fjto'l^Onttift, _ Aik (or SOW »r VRVccuTi nESivaiu. ELM CREEK (Alice Provancha.) Mar. 22.—Mr. Frank O'Brien called on Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lamb ! Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd SherrlU were Sunday afternoon callers at the Ralph Sherrlll home. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. W. S, Drake. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boucher were | Simday afternoon callers at the G. W. Barker home. Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Moore and children called on Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Barker Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Morrison called on Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Crowell Thursday morning. Mrs. F. E. Provancha and Mrs. Elmer Provancha and son Donald called on Mrs. N. I. Crowell Friday evening. , Donald Johnson, Victor and Alice Provancha spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Winifred Balla and Mr. John Lamb Jr. <e. L. Arnold.) United Brethren Church. lola circuit. L: A. Stone, pastor. Liberty- Sunday school at 10 a.' m. Public worship at 11 a. m. Lilly—Sunday school at 10 a. m. C. E. meeting at 11 a. m. Salem—Sunday school at 10 a.m. C. E, at 7:30 p. m. Evening worship at 8:15 p. m. Will you not enlist in regular church attendance? The church needs you and you need the church. Mrs. L. A. Stone will go out to LaHarjJe tomorrow evening and re- malQ over night with her daughter. Miss Leona. I - Clark E. Jacoby of Kansas City j was out on his farm over Tuesday , night and lingered around lola un' til Wednesday late afternoon, when he returned to Kansas City. He went down near Oswego Monday where he did surveying on a large acreage of land that had been taken 1 over by a mortgage company, j The Camer heirs held a public 1 sale Tuesday afternoon at the home 1 residence in the 800 block on North i Buckeye, lola, when sale disposal i.was rnade of all household goods. ; The hoUse being rented by agreement of three of the Camer daughters who were present, Mrs. Miranda Warring, Mrs. May Whitlow, and Mrs. Maud Gay. the business was cla-^ed, Mrs. Warring going with her sister Mrs. Whitlow to her home at Wichita where she will remain for a time and then go on to Oregon to be with her daughters, and after being with Mrs. Emma Cleaver in Neosho Valley for a few days Mrs. Gay will return to her home at Arlington. Calif. So a family that for many years composed a solid unit on the West Side is now comprised wholl.v of the .younger generation, now widely scattered. Tliomas. the only living son of the late deceased now resides in North Dakota, Mrs. Opal Stauffef and Mrs. Maud Gay being located at Arlington. Mrs. Miranda Warring will be in Oregon, and Mrs. May Whitlow at Wichita, Kas. As the last vestage of the family has disappeared in the- passing of Mrs. Carner. from Allen county, we are made to feel that really there is a vacancy true to sense of mental feeling. Rev. L. A. Stone made a number of pastoral visits among the people on lola circuit today. It seems that our .state legislature has been very definite in its work and hurled some measures through j the law making machine that in normal times could not have been put over, and only time will prove the effect of some of the enactments that have been put through, and veneer the radical differences that prevail, it Is doubtful if anything has been done that will meet the general approval of the public until it may later grow Into favor. The late cold weather got pretty close to the danger line for some things that have been planted, but it ts believed that the damage has been but slight. Union School Notes. Roy Rush from Texas is visiting his mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Valentine of lola. , Raymond and Jimmie Creason spent Saturday afternoon with Mr. Douglas and Eugene Walden. Mr. Johnny Pitts visited Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Winner Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Creason, Rcba and boys spent Sunday all day with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Valentine. Miss Erma and Wilma Creason spent Sunday all day with Miss Evelyn Potter. Miss Gertrude Hicks spent Sunday with Miss Gladys Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lorance and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Osbom and their grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Adams were (guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Adams and family Sunday. Mr. Bud Tomson is staying with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Adams and family. Harry, Nobert, and Albertine Mormann were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Potter and children Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Oscar Wilcoxen and Mrs. Chester Wilcoxen and.son called on Mrs. Fred Rees Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Potter and I children visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry I Schuster and Bobby Monday eve- ining. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Bliss entertained their children at supper Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meats of Marcelline, Mo., were at home also. Callers at the Bliss home Tuesday evening were Miss Nellie Walters. Max Woolery, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rees, and Miss Helen Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beaty spent Sunday afternoon at the J. R. Wingler home, and Floyd Lorance and Ed Osborn were also afternoon callers.—Teacher and scholars. Neosho Valley Notes. Mre. Shook, Mr. Fred Shultz. and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hicks were callers at the Clayton Hicks home Sunday afternoon. Marie. Peck spent the week-end with her cousin Bemiece Peck, in lola. Mrs. Ed Shropshire who has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. Glen Balcom and family, is spending a few days with friends in lola. 'Gertrude Hicks visited with Gladys Hill Sunday. Mrs. Fred Shultz and her sister. Mrs. Shelton, spent the week-end with their sister. Mrs. Young near Fort Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and their son were at the William McCord home Sunday afternoon. Arlene Balcom spent Saturday afternoon with Gertrude Hicks. Reverend Stone called at Ray Peck's Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hicks and Kenneth had for dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Scott McKinley and son. Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hicks. i Ray Lanthraman called at. Glen Balcom's Sunday afternoon, j Grace Butler spent Sunday at the i Ezra home in lola.—Elizabeth E. ijohnson, teacher. PRAIRIE UNION tVara Rogers.) Mar. 21.—Mrs. M. C. 'Wheeler, Mrs. Wesley Barton and Mrs. Paschal Broughton were calling on Mrs. Nolen and: Grandma Moss Friday evening. Mrs. Miner, Mrs. Perkins, and Mrs, Rogers attended Farm Bureau at Mrs. Burrel's in Moran Friday afternoon, Dorothy Sloan was taken with a bad spell of hemorrhages Thursday but is Improving slightly again. - Gladys Rogers was working in The Leader store In lola Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Maude Buoey, Dorothy and Darlene Sloan spent an evening last week with Mr. and Mrs, Robert Harris and children. School teachers and prospective teachers are beginning to Interview members of the different school boards with view of a school for another school year. Mrs. Anna Isaac and daughter Vesta were hostesses to the S. C. C. club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. T. A. Wood is slowly improving after an attack of flu and is able to be up a portion of each day. Mrs. Rogers and Gladys were calling on Mrs. Thelma Anderson in Bronson Monday morning. Melvin Davis and family spent Sunday at the parental Drake home south of Bronson. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rogers and Leta were Sunday guests of the Roy Singer family. Mrs. Florence Ford of lola is also a guest in the Singer home. Mrs. Rogers, Gladys and Wayne were Sunday afternoon callers at: Loren Rogers's south of Gas. Mrs. Anna Isaac spent Sunday afternoon with M,rs. Nolen. Mr. and Mrs. Eben Burk spent Sunday at the parental T. A. Wood home. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Duggan and children. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Wood and Peggy, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Henry and Jean. Charley Englehart was grinding rock near Elsmore Tuesday to be used on the streets in Elsmore. Eunice Davis spent Sunday with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Henry and Jean spent the week-end with home folks. Have you a house for rent? Or for sale? Want, to buy anything? Use thp ClRJwifipn coliimnjii Do You Know That in I the middle IBSO's the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher recommended rifles as well as Bibles for the civil war going on in Kansas— and This is a very important time of year to have the lubrication of your motor looked after. Say "YES" to a drain and grease job. CITY OIL CO. D. C. Dnllea, Mrr.~ Washington and Broadway FIRESTONE-TEXACO Effective today the prices on Goodyear All Weather Tires, Pathfinders and Truck Tires are reduced from 3 to 28 Percent. Average Reduction 20% See us for complete details before you buy any tire. GOCDYEAR TIRES. Tl-BES AND SERVICE. KESSINGER TIRE SHOP Phone 372 For Our Service Truck. S. W .Corner Square lola, Kansas Have You Sent Us Your Name? Only three days remain during which you can send in your name for the wash frocks we will soon start manufacturing in lola. $10 FOR THE NAME We will give $10 to the person sending in the name which the judges select as the best. ACT NOW The contest closes at Midnight, Monday, Mar. 27th. RULES—All entries must be submitted in writing. Entries must be received or postmarked before midnight Monday, March 27th. The opinion of the judges will be final. We reserve the right to reject any or all names submitted. Entries may be brought to our office or mailed. KERR-McFALL GARMENT CO. 405-15 W. Madison COLONY. Mar. 24.— Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Myers, Leavenworth, spent the first of the week in Colony vlsitirfg friends and on business. They packed their household goods which Will Reeve is to truck to Leavenworth this week. Joseph Nolan and Glen Williams made a business trip to Paola Wednesday night. Robert Ewen, Chanute, spent the week-epd with Eugene Hill. Lylc Barrori was a visitor in Paola Tuesday night. Joseph Nolan and Joseph Buckley made a business trip to Chanute, Wednesday mpming. R. M. McCaughey and H. P. Olmsted were business visitors in Welda "Tuesday. Charles Buckley, Paola, transacted business in Colony Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hervey Bell are moving into an apartment at the Mrs. Amanda Wallar bungalow, this week. P. A. Keefover spent the weekend in Grantville with Mrs. Keefover. Miss Prances Conard spent the week-end in Ottawa at the home of her parents. Mrs. Kessler and daughter, Jean Marie Ann, are moving into rooms at the Mrs. A. J. Smith home until school is out. W. W. Leatherby and Sam Stauffer were business visitors m Garnett, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Ray Garrison, Mrs. Clara Holzapfel, and Mrs. Annie Molesworth drove to Kansas City Thursday, on business and to v^slt relatives. C. W. Conley and Wade Mosing were in lola, Wednesday night. Mrs. V. J. Hester and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson transaci,ed business in Garnett, Wednesday. Herman Scott returned Tuesday from Garnett, where he had been for, several weeks Visiting nis sister, Mrs. Charles Lineliack and family. Miss Feme Scott spent from Sunday until lola with relatives and friends. Bay Chambers sprained his right wrist, Wednesday night, while cranking a Ford. A. V. Scott was the honor guest at a dinner, Tuesday night, plapned as a surprise for His birthday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Alexander and family and Olin Jordan of Tola, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lineback and family or Garnett, Mrs. Scott, Miss Feme Scott. Bert and Herman Scott, and the honored guest. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hildebrarit. LeBoy, and Miss porothy Hillde- brant of Burlington, were business visitors in Colony Wednesday. Miss Hiildebrant is purchasing a Tiorse and taking instruction in equitation from Dr. C. W. Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Mastln enter- toined the school faculty and Iriends with a bridge party Wednesday night. Miss Prances Conard anci G. Murlin Welch won high scores. At a late hour the hostess served delicious refreshmients to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boone. Miss Prances Conard, Mrs. Cresenz Owensl Miss Capitola Wilson, Miss Lucile'Porter, G. Murlin Welch, F. A. Keefover, and Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brooks. The Kensington club met at the H, J. Denton home, Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. H. J. Denton. Mrs. L. T. Barron, and: Miss Prankie Dty- NSWERS rpiiE U, g. .S. CONSTITUTION -»• (Old Ironsides) fought 42 BATTLES, • being victorious In all. Montezuma was the AZTEC EMPEROR at the, time' of Cortez's conquest. Sketch is of an ENGLISH SETTER. sart as hostesses. Tlie ladies visited and worked jig saw puzzles. Light refreshments were served. Tlie members present were: Mrs. H. R. Rhodes. Mrs.. W. M. Vamer. Mrs. b. D. Wilmoth, Mrs. W. O. Wilson, Miss Maude Francis, Mrs. L. B. Miller, and Mrs. H. D. Swickard. The hext meeting will be with Mrs. C. M/ christian, Mrs. D. D. Wilmoth, and Mrs. L. B. Miller as hostesses on AprU 5. .The members of the high school i^ome Economics club and their sponsor, Miss Frances Conard. enjoyed a covered dish supjier and iirogram in the high school building Tuesday, night. . Miss Capitola Wilson is leader of the Young Peoples Union meeting which will be held in the Commun-, ity church next Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock. The topic is "What Makes a Person a Success." All are Invited to attend. IJtrs. Hazel Morris, nee Helen White, who resides near Compton, Calif., sent her aunt, Mrs. F. S. Denney, a card this week stating that there were still tremors and shocks every day. Although no damage is. being done it is very uncomfortable. Misses Prances Goodell, Arlene Crammer, "WiUabelle Fbgleman, Mary Caldwell, Treva Thompson, and Frances Conard will go to Topeka today to attend the state home economics meeting. They will drive to Ottawa Saturday night, and spend over Sunday at Miss Conard's home. : I. W. WHerry, of the Wherry Riding Academy at Olathe, was in Col- pny Tuesday, and seemed surprised to find such a valuable and well­ doing string of horses in a town of this size. Mr, Wherry deals mostly in three-galted horses and pronounced Dolly Devlne, the brown mare, one of the neatest performers he ever saw jump. Ke placed Kentucky Artist as one of the outstanding individuals of the middle west. Mr. Wherry's only criticism was that Snowball had not been made a high school trick pony. The horses are owned by Dr. C.. W. Jackson, the local veterinarian. 13-PLATE BATTERY RECHARGING—45c IDEAL GARAGE 210 N. Washington, Phone 174 Is What You Get When You Buy KANOTEX GASOLINE The high octane motor fuel which starts instantly, runs smoothly and costs no mOre. Try it—it defies competition. GOLDEN GLOW OILS For the utmost in lubrication we sincerely recommend Golden Glow oils. They are especially designed to -meet every need in lubrication. Let us grease your car. A new get of Alemite high pressure grease guns just installed. Learn What a real grease job means in added comfort and silence and motor life. LESHGILCO. J. L: ^TRAWDERIVIAN, Mgr. Opposite Ice Plant ' Phone 489

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