Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 31, 1933 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, March 31, 1933
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'tlev. I, Ni Langstoh of Topeka, vha in lola today soliciting funds t<^ tht Kansas Branch of the Antl' Saloon League. Oood Plumbing protects the haalth of the fumlly. Call lola Kumbing 00.-1175. 'Mt. and Mrs. Ai R. Sleeper drove t<b Hutchinson this morning on a business errand that will pt^bably , Ft ^uire two days. They expect to dfive on to Great Bend this evening pay a visit to Dr. and Mrs. H, G. A^athis. r NEW SHIPMENT OF RUGS Size 9x12 as low as $12.50 New Patterns Latest Designs ; You can s^r^ money at the tft'. H. WOOD FINE FUBNltUKE 202 S. Jeff. Phone 190 Mr. Dwlght H. Smock Is in To- ptka this weelc for surgical treatment which It is hoped wUl afford Mr. and Mrs. S. B. risk were dinner guests last evening of their daughter Mrs. 0\ h. Wlllla, and Mr. Willis, In Yates Center. TABLES! —StrllclnR features In new tables for the living room. A. B. Sleeper Furniture Co. George^ W. Fryer, who has been quite III the past 13 weeks, Is now able to sit up a while each day. FAIRMONT ICE CREAM Instantaneously /our tongue detects the richness of flavor and • smoothness of texture that have made Fairmont's Ice Cream outstanding among desserts. Indivldnal Molds for Holiday Parties J. L. Hair, representative for the Pioneer National Life Insurance company, left Wednesday for Osawatomie on a few days' business trip. pemanent relief from ailment j ^^jjfr.^ iirNofth /e?fe" friJm which he has been suffenng.; .—Easter Sale on Hats, 98c to $2.50. Silk Hose 55c, 2 pair $1.00. Edwards JiftHlnery. /Anyone who likes to' look at yellow flowers can get an eyeful any ofi these days out at the Country C|ub. Prof. Pairweather estimates tlvat something like 5,786,934.621 dtadelions are In full.bloom there ngw with more coming every day. : ''FRANK SEZ": .-.J Farmers! Please bring In your : :.TCuitlvator Shovels NOW and •. -.: have them sharpened before corn : -.;;plowing timg. , SI Complete Farm Repair Service : : - Frank Lawyer's Repair Shop :I Blacksmithing, Welding. ^: Machine and Woodwork r :• 12 N. Walnut Phone 119 . • ^i. ^ : ' Mrs. Blanche Craig returned 'Wednesday, from Stillwater. Okla., 'irhere she has spent the winter with iter daughter Mrs. Floyd Carmain and her family. WINDO^V^ SHADES t —Standard sizes, choice of colors, t?9c each. A. R.. Sleeper Purn. Co. I i Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Pinley went to LeRoy this afternoon for a short Slsit with friends. The revival services being conducted at the Church of God, First and Neosho, will continue nightly next week. The public Is cordially Incited to attend. CALL 404 FOR MILL WORK Windows Doors Screens Glass lOLA PLANING MILL "If Made of Wood, We Make It" Phone 404 Shirley Arlene Pulton, young daughter of Mrs. A. J. Pulton, has been quite ill with influenza the past week but Is reported better ! today. I BARGAINS. I —Occasional Chairs, Studio Couches, Day Beds, and. Pads. Curtis' Furniture, 10 ,N. Washington. Lornine Brown will arrive tonight from the Pittsburg teachers college to spend the week-end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Burt will have as their guests fot Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stover and their daughter, who live east of town. THE'IOLA' DAILY REGISTER, FRIDAY EVENING, MARjSH 31.1538 Mr. and Un. B. T. BngUah and their children moved to a farm located east of town today from 219 North Buckeye. Roscoe Richardson has returned from Kansas City where he purchased merchandise for the Richardson store. —A Cemetery chapel adds to the comfort of the family. Sleeper Mortuary. , Miss Gladys Marmont returned home yesterday from Topeka where she has been employed as secretary to the committee on state affairs of the House of Representatives during the session of the legislature. —A service of lasting satisfaction. Waugh Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. M, K. Homer and their children Kenneth and Keith moved to 505 South State Wednesday from their former residence 12 Acers Park. Remove the Footlines From Your Face 47 NEW EASTER STYLES Blue. Chaff Beige. Grey, White and Black—AAAA to D HARRISON'S BOOTERY SPECIAL BARGAINS Spirea 10c Geraniums, 5 for ...'....25c ODOR Gl^EENHOUSES Phone 1066 . i : Gasoline Tsk Exempt Users : Allen County Clerk will issue ap- ; : plications andl the permits will ; : rnme from State Oil Inspector of • : Topeka, Ks., some time to come. • • Buy Plenty of Gas NOW! VINE OIL & GAS CO. Wholesalers State & Lincoln • Mrs. M. H. Fleisher returned Tuesday from Wichita' where ^jShe visited In the homes of her si^r Mrs. Max* .Brinnon and Mrs. Albert Herbst a few days. —We pay you cash for your Cream, Poultry, and Eggs. R. C. McKlnney -Feed Store, Opp. P. O. Phone 389. ?, Dr. Ira B. Frantz and Kenneth Abell win attend a meeting of the (Sptometric Research society tonight at CoffeyvlUe. Any Soli, Dress or Overcoat Cleaned and Pressed -35c- ABLESON CLEANERS Phone 105 ' One Day Service If Desired Mrs. Burgess Ableson and her son Carl will arriye this evening from £ureka to be week-end guests of Mrs. Ableson's parents.Mr. and Mrs. C- O. Peterson. SPRING THRILLER ^ —See the New MAGIC CHEF GAS RANGE, now on display at A. R. Sleeper Furniture Co. ; Leon Bchcll announced today that he has leased space in the Radio Service shop where he will handle Kelvlnntiors, He will continue to conduct nn independent .service for nil makes of electric refrigeration. SELF SERVICE MARKET ' Cheese, Longhorn ........ 12'vc • Krout Be . Wlcnics ; .• ..10c • Lard 6c • Hams, hnlf or whole 12c ; Hamburger, 4 lbs 25c ; Fresh Fish and Oysters ,' Mrs. Leslie Fitzpatrlck and her son Donald, who were called here several days ago by the death of Mrs. G. H. Fitzpatrlck. will return Saturday to their home in Bonner springs. G. H. Fitzpatrlck will take them to Bonner Springs In his car and. remain for a week-end visit. EASTER i The hair must be well groomed i to go with the Easter costume. : Get one of our combination per; manents for Easter. Priced at ! $3.50 to $7.50. Other permanents 1 $1.50 to $7.50. Operators. Mrs. •: Viola Crandall, Miss Eleanor '. Thomason. ! • WOLF'S BEAITTY SHOP ! : Phone 905 \ ;Another sign of spring is the weather man's announcement that the rice and .snow bulletin he dis- tnbutes today is the last of the sea- ion. Even at that thU bulletin shows 32 Inches of snow at Green. sine, Me., with 28 inches of ice on the river; 23 inches of snow at JHoughton, Mich.; 45 Inches at Dome ;X,ake, Wyo.; 132 inches at Snoqual- jmie pass, Washington; 106 inches In .•Government Pass, Oregon; 77 Inches -at Soda Springs, California, (Sunny California!). But It is sjpring time In Sunny Southern Kansas all right, "with the lUac In full leaf, jonquils lifting theh- brave heads, and dogtooth violets carpeting the slopes of "tiie golf course with their white and lavender beauty. Mrs.W. P. Seneker left today for Hlgglnsvllle, Mo., called by the critical Illness of her father W. H. Jennings. Howard C. Jackson of Indianapolis. Ind.. is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar B. Smith and other friends. Any Dress, .Suit or Coat' Cleaned and Pressed : 25o^— : 3 Garments for 65c SPOTLESS CLEANERS Call 797 : 111 W.> Madison C. R. Morau : W. E. Ayling, mone^ order clerk at the postoffice, is confined to his home by Illness. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cowan and Miss Marianne Ralston will have as their guests for the week-end Miss Ivls Chamblln and Mrs. Audrey Talley of Moran. Who will arrive Saturday afternoon. GOOD 17SED 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 Mr. nnd Mrs. W. P. Holden, who have been visiting their son Roy W. Reed and his family the' past two months, left in their car this morning for their home In Sterling, Colo. Stanley Lovcstcdt, a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Rcod, accompanied them to Sterling to bassist with the driving of the car and will return to lola in a few days. Saturday, April 1st Garage and Filling Station Located at 706 N. Kentucky St. Will be Operated by GEORGE D. AYER Formerly managed by Carl Grieve. Continued patronage appreciated, and new friends solicited. The. condition of Mrs. Charles E. jMorrell, 1002 North Washington, who I was taken to The Temple of Health j in Kansas City a few weeks ago jfor observation and treatment, seems to be responding" in a satisfactory way under the care of her physicians. She expects to return home in four weeks. SHANNON HARDWARE "Believe It Or Not" She Paid in Gold A lady bought a piece of China a few days ago and tendered a gold piece in payment and said, "I am unhoarding on you." Our new patterns In China are mighty tempting. . . . . . A man came in this morning and bought some manlla rope. In paying for It he remarked, "That's the cheapest rope I ever bought." Few people realize cordage is cheapest In history. : .. . . . I . ; . An out-of-town lady came In yesterday looking for cheap dinnerware. She bought the highest price set in the store. Our best seems cheap to most people—1933 is a bargain year. SHANNON & SHANNON Bacdwftt«—Phone 29 Mr. and Mrs. Glen Edwards last evening entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. Bye Coverston of Pittsburg. L. A. Paugh of the Ideal Boot shop visited last evening with Mrs. Paugh in Chanute. —Dr. H. L. Lacy, Dentist. Office over Brown's Drug Store. X-ray equipped. Phone 149. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Keller arrived yesterday from Elmira, 'Mo!, for an indefinite visit with Mr. and Mrs. George Dugan. Mr. and Mrs. William Todd of Golden City, Mo., arrived yesterday on business. Mr. Todd formerly resided in lola. Try : BURT'S CASH FEED & PROD. : for Garden Seeds, Onion Sets, and Cabbage Plants : IS E. Jackson Phone 1400 : Chicago Bankers on Trial Charged witli ticc.epiing deiiosits wlien their bank was insolvent, ,9eymour Stcdnian, left, and Edwin O. IleJllher are sliown here as, t'ley went on trial li) Chicago. Slcilman was vice president and Rellihei- a director in the now clcsed City Stale Bank of Ctaicaeo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Redding and their daughter Donna Jean, who have been guests of Mrs. Allene Austin and her family since Monday, returned this morning to their home in Wichita. —'Typewriters for sale. rent, trade. Williams Tyj^ewriter Co. Norman Kettle, who has been receiving treatment the past week at St. John's hospital; returned today to his home in Carlyle. McKINNEY CROC. & MARKET Mother's Cocoa Malt and Milk, l-lb. can 28c Grapefruit Juice, No. 2 can... 15c Pineapple Juice, No. 2 can...15c Home Style Vegetable Soup, No. 2 can 10c Grapefruit Juice. No. 1 can... 10c FREE DELIVERY 110 S. Wash. Phone 173 Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McClanahan and their daughter Lenora moved to Sterling Heights yesterday from 624 East Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mark announce the birth March 28 of a 9-pound daughter. Dance! Dance! Dance! M. W. A. HALL Saturday Night, April 1 Music by Rhythm RolUckers Admission 50c Mr. and JMrs. Fred E. Sinclair announce the birth March 27 of an 8-pound' son. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Matthews and their daughter Beverley Jean have returned to their home In Carthage, Mo., after spending a few days with Mrs. Matthcws's mother Mrs, Chorlea Edmondson, and her sister Mrs. Lawrence Gorden and her family. — Planus, snnclai; 26c ner dozen. lola Greenhouse. Phone 104. Mr. and Mrs. George Bowers of Chanute announce the birth March 29 of a 7-pound son whom they have named John Wesley. Mrs. Bowers was formerly Miss Lorene Osbom of lola. She is a sister of Mrs. Karl Bedenbender and Mrs. Dale Nichols. PRAIRIE HALL Mar. 29.—Several more were out to Sunday school than usual last Sunday. Let the good work go on. The farmers are a busy bunch these days getting flax in. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crook and son of Humboldt and Mr. Bob Stewart spent Sunday afternoon at the T. E. Stewart home. Mr. Pete Olson and daughter Alma spent Sunday with Mr. Olson's brother Nels Olson. Savonburg. Mr, and Mrs. Prank Seymour and mother Mrs. Lora Seymour, lola, were our pleasant callers one afternoon last week. Mrs. C. S. Myers, who Is staying at the home of her son Frank of Prairie Hall district, Is quite poorly at this writing. Mr. Pete Olson and daughter Alma and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Anderson spent Sunday evening at Frank Myers's. John R. and Charles Stewart are out of high school a day or two this week helping farm. The hard rain last Friday evening came just In time to keep some of our folks home from Fairview where they were going to put on a play at Community meeting. We understand they fWill go next Friday night. Community meeting at Prairie Hall will be April 7. Mr. Pete Olson and daughter Alma, spent Saturday evening at Tony Stewart's. Mrs. Allen Castator and son Bobby, lola, were our pleasant visitors Sunday afternoon. NEOSHO VALLEY and UNION (C. L. Arnold) Mar. 30—United Brethren church, lola Circuit. L. A. Stone, pastor. Liberty—Sunday school at 10 a. m. Class meeting 11 a. m. {Lilly—Sunday school at 10 a. m. Public worship at 11 a. m. Salem — Sunday school at 10 a. m. C. E. at 7:30 p. m. Evening service at 8:15 p. m. We will hold two weeks Pre-Easter revival services at Salem beginning on April 2. Week night services to begin at 8 p. m. Will you conje? A meeting of club memisers of the neighborhood was held at the Sparks home today at which tlm'-- comfort tacking and other quilt work was engaged in and: a good social tlme';was enjoyed. The' following were present: Mesdames Gladys Bale. P. P. Rees. Alice Bale, Eva Tawney, Lizzie Bliss, E. T. Hazzard. J. A. Adams, R. Benton, G. W. Cor- Inell. Emma Cleaver. Han-lngton. E. T. Osbom. May Wingler, P. L. Lor- I ance. W. Lytic. Sadie Shultz, W. L. McCord. Edith Shook. Ada Stone. Mr. Sparks. Rev. L. A. Stone and one or two others whose names we did not get. The regular monthly proeram will be given at Union tomorrow (Friday) evening. Union School Notes. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wllcoxon and Mrs. Chester Wilcoxon and s^n Herman Oscar attended a surprise birthday dinner for Mrs. Henry Grimm Friday at her home in Geneva. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of Geneva, Claude Smith of Cleveland. O., Mr. and Mrs. Miller-Real andjchild- ren of Lone Elm were Sunday visitors at the Wllcoxon home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rees and Miss Helen Wilson visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Morrison, south of Gas City. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adams are visiting the latter's father and stepmother in Emporia. Mrs. Prank Bliss spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Edgar Hazzard. Mrs. Charles Dietrich and baby spent Wednesday afternoon with her sister. Mrs. Gporge Watson. The W. C. Creason children spent Sunday with the J. A. Adams family. Mr. and Mrs. George Potter and children visited Mr. and Mrs. John Fontaine and children last Tuesday night. Jim Valentine spent Monday night with the W. C. Creason i family. Mr. and Mrs. Dan DiUman spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Denton. Mr. and Mrs. George Cline visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams and family Sunday forenoon. ; Mr, and Mrs. E. T. Osbom and grandchildren spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lorance. Mr. and Mrs. Inor Johnson and little daughter spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Osbom and grandchildren called there in the evening. Four new children are enrolled in .school: Earl Watson, first grade; Wilma Watson, third grade; Georgia Watson, fourth grade; Mary Wotson, fifth grade. VLsltors at the school this week were Reba' Crea .son, Seth Winner, and Mrs. George Potter. — Teacher and scholors. Chris Schuster and wife were over from Yates Center Sunday visiting his mother.; Mrs. C. Schuster and other relatives and friends in the lola corner of Allen county. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schuster who I left during late summer last year on a trip southward, seeking Improvement for Mr.- Schuster's health, stopped with relatives at Fort Gib- j son. Okla., and on account of in- i creasing bei^efit they have remained there during the winter and are not sure that they v ;ill move farther, .soon. Of course friends here are glad to know that things are 'working satisfactorily to their comfort and hope. Mrs. Maud Gay and Mrs. Emma Cleaver drove out four miles southeast of Yates Center and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peck and family Sunday. Incidentally they met Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cloud of lola at the Peck home. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cornell and their son Fred Cornell and wife visited' at the home of another son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. (^rnell. A. O. and his family, at Erie,-the first of last week. WhUe R. L. Hart and E. T. Hazzard were unloading hay into a bam on the Hazzard farm, Thursday of last week, Mr. Hazzard fell from the wagon and hurt his right shoulder, severely enough to cause the disuse of his arm up to the present. Mrs. Maud Gay and Mrs. Emma Cleaver took dinner at the home of the writer and Mrs. Arnold Monday. Neosho Valley Notes. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCord and family and Marybelle Howard spent Sunday afternoon at the Glen Balcom home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoke and son Bobby are movhig Into this district. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fletcher and children were at Glen Balcom's last Sunday afternoon. Evelyn and Lois Balcom visited In lola Sunday with Freda Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Upshaw were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hicks and Gertrude.—Elizabeth E. Johnson, teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hicks and Kenneth spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Scott McKlnley. Humboldt. Charles ScovlUe and Herschel Scoville visited at the Heath home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnsqn and the girls called Sunday afternoon at Clayton Hicks's. Mildred and Agnes Butler visited Sunday with Leona and Lavon Hackett in lola. DEER CREEK . Mar. 28.—Homer Wynn Is working for Alvie Shadwick. Gene Brower visited Marion Wynn Friday night and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Emiel visited" Mr. and Mrs. Claus Thohoff and family Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford James visited with Mr. an^ Mrs. J. M. Lantz Saturday-evening. Mr. and Mrs. 'John Thomas and family visited atj the Delmar Brower home Saturday evening..; Mrs. John Wj-nn, Walter and Marion and Gene Brower "called at the Geo. Kettle home Friday evening. Randall Sherwood visited George Thohoff Sunday afternoon. Mrs. John Carter went to Wichita Sunday to have an operation for the removal of one of her eyes. We wish her a speedy recovery. Norman Kettle has been on the sick list but is some better now. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford James, Mr. and Mrs. George James and Howard visited Sunday at the parental Ed James home. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Clifford James and Gusta James went to Chanute to see their uncle, Mr. Ed Lowey, who is In the hospital there. They were accompanied by Mrs. Bertha Schleicher of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Brower and boys visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John WjTin and fantiily. Afternoon callers were Mac Clark and Chalmers Smith. Lois, Wlla and Allen Heinrich and Homer Cox visited at the Williams home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Claus Thohoff visited r.Ir. and Mi-s. Chris Ermel Sunday evening. . Mr and Mrs. Clifford James visited Simday evening at the Geo. Rem.sburg heme. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ermel visited Tuesday at the Ed James home. Mr. James isn't as well as he has been. The Happy Hour club met with Mrs. Leon Javaux and Anna for an all day meeting Thursday, March 23. A covered dish luncli was ser\'ed at the noon hour. The day was spent in quilting, embrold piing quilt blocks and making comfort protectors for the hostess. The business meeting was opened by thi president, Mrs. Thohoff. The secretary's report was read and roll call wiis responded to by giving suggestions for raising money for the club fund. A number of good suggeS' Hons were given and discussed and It wos decided to give a play or program and a sale for this purpose. The president appointed M^- Shad- wtck, Mrs. Williams and Anna Javeaux on the committee to look after this and report their plans on this at the ne."rt meeting. An ApHl Pool's party was planned to be hejld Saturday night, April I. Mrsi Howard Markley, Mis.O. B. Thompson and Mrs. Brasswell joined the club at this meeting. Members present were: Mesdames Alva Shadwlok. John Wjim, J. E. Williams, i Ralph Shafer, Delmer Brower, Ed James Myron Elmore, Claus Thohoff, Geo. Kettle, Harry Dunlap, Leon Javeaux. Anna Javeaux, Gusta James. Guests were, Mrs. Earl Monfort and daughter Margaret, Mrs. Howard; Markley, Mrs. G. B. Thompson, Mrs. Tom Turner and baby, Mrs. Braswell, Mr. Javeaux. Ed and Lloytf were dinner guests, also three children. Next meeting Is to be -with Mrs. Claus Thohoff Thursday afternoon. April 6. Roll call, an ex- Change of quilt block patterns. You probably have something you want to sell and the best way to let the people know about it i« through ReelRter Classified Adi« MOTOR OIL 1 Gallon 45e 5 Gallons $L75 Tractor Oil 1 Gallon 50c 5 Gallons %lAi Guaranteed 100% Pure Paraffin Base IDEAL GARAGE 210 N. Washington Phone m HDHBOLDTNEWS Hnmboldt Vidon Celebrating Sixty- Eighth Anniversary of Its Pounding This Week. HUMBOLDT, March 30.—A^ C. Townley of St. Paul Minnesota, publisher of the Farm Holiday News, addressed a small gathering of farmers and business men at the Elite Theater Tuesday evening. The speaker was brought here through the efforts of the Allen county unit of the Farm Holiday aasoclatlon. At the close of the address subscriptions were sold for the Holiday News to help defray the expenses of the organization. The Rev. and Mrs. George Law- elln of Columbus, formerly of Humboldt, stopped for a short» visit with Dr.. O. C. Payne, Monday. Rev. and Mrs. Lawelln were driving to Lawrence to attend the Methodist conference. Mr. and Mrs. . George McGrew have moved to the Prank Hays property at Third and Osage. There will be a community meeting and program at Cottage Grove Friday, March |31. Miss Hazel Krouse. nurse and bookkeeper at ithe Payne hospital, underwent an operation for appendicitis ai) the Johnson hospital in Chanute Friday night. Miss Gladys Coville, southeast of town has taken Miss Krousp's place during her absence. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Donaldson drove to Emporia Sunday and were guests of Mrs, Donaldson's sisters. Misses Sue and Fannie McCahey. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ladd, Grace Ladd, Elmer ; Ladd. and Jake Thompson motored tp Independence Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brlnkmeyer drove to Predonia Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Grooms. Mrs. Joe Muecke Is visiting In Welda this week at the honie of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Yokum. She will return home the lest of the week. Dr. J. J. Michalak of Kansas City motored here Wednesday momhig and will return home this evening. The meeting of the Ladles' Aid and Calendar was held in the Methodist church parlors yesterday afternoon with 30 ladies present. Mrs. James A. Smith president, presided. Mrs. Robert Lelmenstall, secretary, and Miss Paye Barrackman, assistant secretary, gave reports. Hostesses were Mrs. James A. Smith, Mrs. Sam, Barrackman, and Miss Faye Banackman. The Humbcridt Union celebrates its shcty-eighth birthday today. Diu-ing the sixty-eight years of its existence the Union has had but two owners^ W. T. McElroy and C. A. Reynolds: There wIU be a special entertainment at the I. O. O. P. hall at 8:00 p. m. tonight. Bring your family and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Reed and son of lola were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Sanders. Mrs. W. L. Clay returned home early Sunday moriiing on the bus from Versailles, Ohio, where she had been staying the past two months with her mother who has been 111. . Mr. and Mrs. John Osbom were in Kansas City Saturday on business. Don Cushman and Clark McCluskey, employes of the StanoUnd Pipeline company in Odessa, were in Humboldt over the week-end visiting tljeir families. The City Aid society will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles H. Schafl- ner Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. A large xrowd is desired: as this Is the last meeting this spring. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fussman and Prank Miller drove to Kansas City yesterday. Mr. Miller -visited his son. Eugene Miller. The party returned home accompanied by Mrs. Loren Rossner and L. p: Rossner. Mr. and Mrs. Otto McClure and daughter of Chanute spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Works. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kelley and daughter Mavis spent Sunday with Mrs. Maude Campbell and daughter in LaHarpe. Dremian Tolle, a Junior In hiuh school, has wlthdraiR 'n from school and returned to Tulsa to attend school there. Maltland O. Williams who with his wife and smalt son have been visiting his wife's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Reynolds, returned to Chicago Monday. Mrs. G. V. Seymour, who left last week for Rochester, Minn., to undergo an operation at the Mayo hospital, arrived home Tuesday suffering from an attack of influenza. She expects to return to Rochester in about six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Trueblood, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Johnson, Junior and Dorothy Fae, all of Yates Gentler, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Philo Lyons. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Kensinger and small daughter motored here from Predonia and spent Sunday with Mrs. Kensinfeer's parents, Mr. William Cappell and family. Mrs. C. G. Compton was here from Kansas City and visited over Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs. J. H. Record. Little Ruth Jean Hack accompanied Mrs. Compton to the city and retumed PAGE THREE Do You Know That Indiana is flist In supplying the country with onions. -and- That when you buy Texaco Fire Chief you are buying mileage. FIRESTONE-TEXACO CITY OIL CO. O. C. DnUea. Mgr. Washington and Broadwaj 1^ COMMODORE ISAAC HULL'S MOSTfAMOUS CXWMAND. ' WHOSE NAME OOB' THIS SUGGEST? Jwtf^ MWXOLM'CWKPBaiS PRESNT RACEB ? (Answers will be found on Page 5) last night on the "Plug" with her grandfather, Charles Record. Barbara Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, E. W. Lebo, Chanute, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sinclair. Mrs. Susan Barrackman was hostess to the Frederick F\mston chapter D. A. R. Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. H. Hindman was program leader. Mrs. C. P. Smith, Miss Aly, and Miss Paye Barrackman served refreshments. Other members present were Mrs. J. J. Amos, Mrs. J. W. Braucher, Mrs. J. J. O'Cormer, Mrs. James A. Smith, Mrs. Walta E. Stevens and Miss Eva O'Conner. Mrs. Robert McGrew entertained the N. G. O. club and three guests. Miss Kate Moore. Mrs. Lloyd Johnson, and Mrs. O. P. Pltzman at her home Tuesday night. Two new members, Mrs. Virgil Hume and Miss Cecilia Koppers weer elected to the club. Contract bridge was played and refreshments served. NEWS OF COLONY »irs. O. F. Goodell and Mrs. H. J. Denton Honor Mrs. O, L. Jor: dan With a Shower. SPRING BRANCH Mar. 28.—Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bmn- dage and family of Gas City spent Saturday at the A. W. Bnmdage home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Colgln of near Mildred spent Sunday afternoon at the WUbem Colgln home. Sunday visitors at the Harold Gay home were Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Butterfield. Jocelyn and Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gay and Florence, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Everett and Mary Ann. Miss Anna Everett who spent the past two weeks visiting her brother M. T. Everett and family, retumed Saturday to her home hi Wichita. Miss Ruby Colgln who has been out of school for the past two weeks on account of Illness is improved but is not able to attend school this week. Harold Gay who was 111 of ton- sllitls is able to be out tending to his farm duties. Mr. Tom Sherwood Is nurshig a pretty painful foot which a horse stepped on and broke some small bones. Mr. and Mrs. Pearman and family spent Sunday' at George Russell's. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith nnd Thelma spent Sunday at the Skinner home. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Spencer. Doris and Ivan, and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Spencer spent Saturday and Sunday at the J. R. Cllne home near Parsons. Beryl Spencer retumed home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Cheezem and family spent' Sunday evening at the Prank Martin home. Mr. Wllbern Colgln, Harold and Dorothy spent Sunday afternoon at George Payne's. The report of , Spring Branch' school for the month of March: Those neither absent nor tardy, Wayne McVey,.Wray Skinner. Doris Spencer. Jutt Brundage. and Wil- bem Colgin Jr. Those receiving 100. per cent "In spelling, Martha Ann Martin, Ruby Colgin, Doris Spencer. Wray Skinner, Russell Snider, and Wllbern Colgin Jr. 1 A small ad in the Claasllled col- 'im'np often nut* over a bit deal. COLONY, March 31.—Mrs. Amanda Wallar, who has been in Columbus, Ohio, since September, Is expected to return to her home In Colony tomorrow. Mrs. C. N. Tonkin Is attending the Methodist conference in Lawrence this week-end. ' ;Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Olmstead have ^^oved from the Makemson home into the Johnson apartment house. We are glad to report that Miss Sarah Bradley, who is in the lola hospital is holding her own and has a possible chance to improve. -James Campbell of Garnett was iti Colony this! week on business. . Mr, and Mrs. Irwin Jones and family of Tulsa spent Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Jones. .John Post and Harry Ewen attended a paint meeting at the Portland hotel in lola Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Soderbeck of lola were in Colony on business Wednesday. The Younger Set club met with Mrs. John H. Hill Wednesday afternoon. Bridge and jig saw puzzles furnished the amusement. Mrs. O. P. Haas and Miss Margaret Lawrence of Cherokee were guests. The foUow-lng members were present: Mesdames Charles Short, Rhea Hamilton, Roy Barron. Harold Boone, Vernon Chatterton, Clarence Coltpn, Clarence Lay. Charles JSchainost, Leo ScuUey, Lee Baker, JH. R. Henderson. The next meeting Will be April 12 with Mrs. Leo Sculley. Mrs. J. I. Henderson entertained the Busy Bees at an all-day meeting iat her home Wednesday. The 'guests were Miss Maude Jones and Mrs. H. R. Henderson. The following members were present: Mes- danips E. A. Brooks, W. R. Henderson^ Clara Reeve, W. T. Matthews. A. W- Hord, C. W. Jones, Ora Strickler and N. T. Strickler. The next meeting will be April 26 with Mrs. W. R. Henderson. Honoring Mrs. OUn L. Jordan, who before her marriage Thursday was Miss Fern Scott, Mrs. O. P. GoodelJ and Mrs. H. J. Denton entertained with a shower at the Gdodell home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jordan received several tea towels, hand towels, gifts and a recipe book. At the close of the afternoon the hostesses assisted by Mrs. L. T. Barron, served refreshments. Those present were: Mrs. Ella Ressel, Mrs. J. R. Newlon and sons, Mrs. L. T. Barron, Mrs. A. V. Sartt, Mrs. O. P. Goodell, Dr, Audra PulUam, Mrs. H. J. Denton, Frances Goodell, Jean Denton, Prances Swickard, and AHhea Bar- rorti P! M. Herynk of Lone Elm was a business visitor In Colony Wednesday; Mrs. R. S. Brooks, Mrs. V. E. Mastin-and Mrs. E. N. Phillips took part in the lola Music club program Tuesday. JAT. and Mrs. R. M. McCaughey entertained the Colony high school basketball boys at a banquet Wednesday evening. Misses Doris McCaughey and Nadlne Pogelman served. Those present were: Miss Capiitola Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Mastin. Coach G. M. Welch. Lorraine Townsend. John Tonkin, koumles Crammer, Dale Yokum, Wallace Jackson, Doan Brooks, Gordon Molesworth, and Don McCaughey. MOTOR OIL Light, medium, heavy—S. A. -E. 20. 30 or 40. Any weight. 1 Gallon 40c "5 Gallons $1.79 ANDREWS & SON lola— 14 South Washington ' Chanute— 215 East Main 1 Cut Traetor Costs With LESH Water White Tractor Fu«l Lesh Tractor fuel i.'i .specially designed for in tract- or.s, water, white, testing from 40. to 42 gravity. It does not cause an excessive carbon deposit in your motor. Best of All it is Cheape—Only 5.8 Per Gallon in 50-Gailon Lots- AREO TRACTOR OIL It's the best lubricant in the long run because it's built to .stand the heavy demands put upon a tractor oil. Let us tell you about it. ; Phone 489 For Delivery LESH INCUBATOp KEROSENE A clean, sootless incubator fuel, 42-44 gravity, which burns steadily and evenly insuring a con. stant temperature. It's better, but it costs no more tha^ ordinary kerosene. LESH OIL CO. J. LUSTRAWbERMAN, Mgr. Opposite Ice Plant Phone 489

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