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VOL. LXIV.--NO. 2 LA PORTE CITY, BLACK HAWK COUNTY, IOWA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, J A N U A R Y 11. 1931 §1.50 PER YEAR Young Couple Was Married Saturday. Saturday noon at the home of Mayor F. W". Kober in this city oc-1 curred the marriage of Mr. Trueman · Jackson, of Vinton, son of Mr. and ! r o u m l m K toWTls 1: Mrs. Fred Jackson, of that city to P nces - JIis« Wilma Christopher, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. \V, F. Christopher of this place. The wedding ceremony was performed by Mayor Kober a n d ' Mrs. 11. II. O'Zunnc in DCS M the attending witnesses were the bride's parents. The bride has lived in this city most of her life and is a charming young lady who enjoys the respect and friendship of a large circle of friends. She is in every way fitted to grace the horns of the young man who won her for his bride. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jackson, of Vinton, and is an industrious young man who commands the respect of all who know him. The friends of the newlywcds in this anc! the Vinton vicinity will extend hearty congratulations and wish the young couple a long and happy wedded life. Tile young couple went to the home of the groom's parents at Vinton Saturday evening and on Sunday a wedding dinner was enjoyed at Cedar Rapids with a number of relatives and friends in attendance. For the present Mr. and Mrs. Jackson will reside in this city and in the spring expect to move to Vinton to reside where Mr. Jackson will be employed by the Rock Island Company. Enjoying New Hardwood Floor in Electric Office. it pays to adverse, j Rabbit Feed Tonight, i Prog-e.ss-Jicview advertising pays.; The mtmbi-rs of the local Amcri-' y '*· I fan Lftfion Camp and tht-ir friends! ^IInY'.- you trioJ the new \ V i n t e r l w i l l i-njoy thi- annual rabbit fevd and I King «as at L. J. lull's .station. j ^ur-to-uetliur m u e l i n c ttt the Ashley j Use La Porte butter. AH s u r - j hall ll»s e v e n i n g . A fine program j :io. Phono 85 for j has been arranged and everyone w h o ) I attends will be .-nire to bo well en- | teruiiiiL-i]. The feed com mil lee has i :in nbumlniu-e of coLton-tnil bunnies, all cookeil to a nut-en'.-; insie and it, . w i l l be st-r\cd \viih all the U'immiiitfs i t h a t h e l p lu make n most palatable j Mr. and .Mrs. Herbert Johliannsc relumed day.« last Friday from several [ in the home of Dr. and 1 Mi.s. Fred Mt-Laughlin and two boys iL-UirneJ the first of this \veek from Plover, la., where she has been caring fur her mother who has IH-ITI very sick. Mrs. L. J. Tuli was hostess at tilt- regular meeting of the Double-Six club last Friday afternoon. Thi- hours were enjoyed in playing bridge and luneh was served. Glenn C. Teeter of this place bus meal. I T yon have not already made up your m i n d to enjoy yourself w i t h the l.ugion niL-niljers tonight--it's not too lale, and you'll have M good time -- t h i s is guaranteed. been re-elected manager of the local , |,ii KT Father Habitf Transferred. Father Francis Ilabig, who has been tbt- piislm- in .Sac-red Heart c h u r c h in t h i s place fur the past ten :a-;irs, bus II-L-:I transferred to an- office of the coming year. Savings b u n k for the | j., lal w ]., rl . m . Forrest Abbott is em- : ployed in the office as assistant, He w i l l go to St. w i l l be for a month j nnd t h e n w i l l fro to Washington, Mo. j I.a I'orlt 1 C i t y people are sorry lo i Leland Drullier. y o u n g Mm of Mr. ( h a v e Father llaliig leave as he has marie m a n y friends, outside of his church as v/e!l as in bis own congregation, d u r i n g his service here. , 1'u-v. H e r L r a n d Kock, of Waterloo, pcrature. i will assume the d u t i e s of Father Division four of the Methodist La- Francis, as he is f a m i l i a r l y k n o w n disc Aid Society will meet at lhi i here. Mrs. John llagor Friday : and Mrs. Harold Brallier. is from school by injuries he a few days ago in a fall. detained 1 received | He lias ! been quite sick and has a high tc-in- home of noon with Mesdamcs Ezra Hager and | E m m a Shefllcr as assisting hostess A business session will be held at I hi 1 1 school 1 close of the luncheon. An improvement in the Bellinger huilding- occupied by the Central States Electric Co., which greatly improves its looks, is a new hard wood floor which has just been completed. The new flooor is a fine piece of work and polished to a high dc- Dramatic Club Party. The draiiuitk' club of tho hitfh enjoyed a toboggan parly I Monday evening al Hie polf course. Miss Eva Scott, of Mason City, 1 Thu occasion :il«o served as initiatory i and Miss Maud Frutzs, of De.s Muinus, | cL-romunies to the members of tin- spent their holiday vacation here I j u n i o r class, who liavu joined the with the former's parents, Mr. and j f l u b . 1-Ynm the tfoK course Ihe com' p a n y worn in Kind's cafe for an lAvu-r sU".v ant] the remainder of dav to resume their school duties. j t h e L-vuninjr was spent in the home has been at ! ° r Mi - s ^ ll ' io » T u U - M i s H I-ucillu " " .sponsor of the c l u l j , and the ·s L i l l i a n ( I n r r a b r a n t , M a r y Mrs. H. H. Scott. Miss Scott left Sunday and Miss Fretzs went Tncs- jrree of perfection. Manager C. L. Fish is rejoicing over the improvement and invites his friends and the Clrns. Hayzlctt, who ..,,. ^,^.. _, , f the University hospital at Iowa City I *'?c. for the past three weeks', where IK- j J 1 . 1 ^ 4 received treatment for ;i throat af- j l) ^^ l ^ l [ ^TM^ Gl * Ay * l * fcction, returned to his home yesterday. The improvement i condition is not as great :is his relatives and friends hoped for. friends of the company and "take a look." to com" in Funeral Held Saturday. The funeral service for Edward O'Brien was held last Saturday afternoon in the Evangelical church and was attended by a large number of associates of the young man and friends of the family. The church was packed, even the basement being utilized to accommodate the friends. A number of the business places about town were closed during the service as an expression of s y m p a t h y to the bereaved family. Out of town relatives and friends who were here for the funeral included the following: Mr. and Mrs. Will D. C o n k l i n , Helen, Vcrnice, Edith and Dale Conklin, Mrs. Florence Sturch, Donald Sturch, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alton, Mrs. Watt, Mrs. Helen Begge, Mrs. Jean Bogge, all of Alpha, la. Mrs. Mae Sturch, Virgil and Dorothy Sturch, Mrs. Jessie Corey, Mrs. Robert Corey, Milo Knight and Carl Knight, all of Cedar Falls. Mrs. Helen Miller, Leroy and Robert Miller, Mrs. Ed Burk, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Armstrong, Mrs. Ella Schmidt, all of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bagcnslos, of Cedar Rapids. here! ""'""I""'"1 ' 1 in his H'i' Attended Court of Honor. Howard M c L a u g h l i n , local Scout Mrs. Charles Garling has been j M a s t e r anil live uf the I), carrying her right arm in a sling for ret-i-mly a ' t e n d e d a Court the past week on account of i n j u r i e s .sustained from a fall on a cement walk at her home in Spring Creek township. She is incapacitated for work hut has not suffered so m u c h since her arm has been placed in a east. Lindsey Mahoot! Scouts f Honor Diet-ling i n Waterloo. Those who accumpanit-il llu- leader were Shelby I-'oss, C o u r t IK-V K l i n e , Donald Bolcn- baugh, l . t - l i i i u l Wilkinson and F.ussell Monri-- Kac!i of these boys was au'ardt-d int-riL badges for the work done. Die h; School Notes. Wednesday a f t e r n o o n the The friends of will regret to hear that he is r.yt iti the best of health, but is sulTui-iiig from a most aggravated case of ] Teachers _ College w i l l brine to our r h e u m a t i s m . He was t a k e n to tin- home of his sister, Mrs. I.. E. Paige, at Waterloo, Tuesday, where lie be tared for. His hope that he will covered and able to usual haunts. L. D. Chester was surprised last Thursday evening by a company of many f r i e n d s here soon be f u l l y re- H i g h School Assembly twu debating teams for :i demonstration debute. Tilt 1 mirposi- p u p i l s how of 'his is to show the j debate is a d m i n i s t e r e d llic a m o u n t of interest t h a t is r e t u r n to h i s ' ei-idi-nuril by a good debate. Prof. W. L.'iiiil.'ertson, who spoke at the ithei'-S.'in Banquet, head of the liege spi'C'Ch department, made the Old Resident Gone. Funeral service for William Weis- crt, for many years a resident of this vicinity, was held Saturday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Clara Woiacrt in Mt. Auburn. Mrs. Emma Arnold, pastor of the M. E. church in Mt. Auburn, officated and interment was made in the Engledow cemetery, west of Mt. Auburn. The casket attendants were six nephews. William Weisert was born in Pennsylvania and was seventy-one years old at the time of his death, Jan. 4th. He and two brothers, George and Edward, made their home together on a farm, four miles east of La Porte City. He suffered from anemia and had been in failing health, lor some time. The body was brought to the H. E. Waldroff funeral home in La Porte City, where it rested until Saturday morning. It was then taken to the home of Mrs Clara Weisert in Mt, Auburn for the funeral service. Surviving- besides the two brothers mentioned above is another brother Henry Weisert, who lives on a farm near the home of the deceased, and nieces and nephews. . f r i e n d s who went to his home- to ssist him in celebrating his b i r t h d a y nniversary. The following day, anuary 5th., was the birthday anni- ersary of Mrs. F. C. Gravenhorsl nd the two events were observed in ne party. A two-course pot lucli inner was served at seven o'clock nd the evening was enjoyed in play- ng progressive five h u n d r e d . Dysart Reporter: Mr and Mrs. Byron Skilcs of north Dysart, have a iew son born to them Saturday n i g h t . All concerned are doing nicely. The ·o'jng man is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Skiles of near Mt. A u b u r n , Wins Basketball Honors. Merlin Kober, son of F. W. Kobei and a basketball star-player during his high school days here, in win nirtB honors in the same game in Western 'Union College, Le Mars where he is now a student. He i displaying spectacular defonsiv work as a guard on the college quin t«t. In two recent games again? strong teams the baskets made b the opponents were held down b the exceptional work of the La Port City player. Power and pep will tell in the oil seil. L. J. Tutt's station. 'ormer Dysart "residents. Quite . i n(s for Lhi^ demonstration Thu i]Uestiori is, Resolved that "The Tke Fourth Lovely Lady Wlial was lo lie don* nlioul Srnif? Tor Uic firil lime in lier life no one nuoJc-d lirr. She vai free, large, and no Ion per you:ip. Romance nnd income ImJ pa^ej her by. She was generous lo a fault. Slill you could never Lo sure about Sn;if. Tlirce I.nvrly lailicfl put iheir heads together, bul they reckoned vitliuui l!ie foilrlli. NQ vine-Mad collages, no 5ea*liore rrsorK no pponginp D IT ricli rolalian? for lur. She hud l»cr own UK-as nbour lifo and love and inuking inonty--and Were lliL-y uriginaH Tlicy g^ped ^liun die fourlli Lovely lady calmly announced, ""I dun'l uunil U-lliiiR you wlv.tl 1 mil poiriR to Jo, only I'm nfruid you KOII'I like it when you lu'ur ii, I'm poinp ;a become n n ailveniuri'bs.** Tla-re was a tliuntlerloli! Could Smif uinkc good end kt-rp out of I r u u l i l r ? Her f a m i l y naid no und prcpnrej lo lake precautions. Ilrr Irlends eaid yes and prepared lo help. Three shucked eUlcrs and a few ndnrin^ friends-that was her starling point. \Vherr did .-lie . n J ? And ulut did Smif licnelf think ^hcii th« found it wa* nnt too lulc Tor romance? Hr- tiicniht-T, tlic didn't nay what kind of on adventuress slie was goinp lu be, or ivhal him ivaa going to do viih her money when and if she made JL A lively, fuai-moving, d e c i d e d ! y o r i g i n a l blory, told in Thcreau Ilt·]\^ol^a lL-st alylc, and it ivill appcur SLTI- a l l y in lhe.se columns. The first instalhr.enl of I Washington News-Letter. ! Car of tankage on track. Moore's i Evening School Team i The pro B r««-Keview is pie,,s«i to i *'·«* Slorl '- j Defeats Waterloo Team. I present to its readers a Iciu-i d i r e c t ] Mrs. K. II. Habcnchler, who has | I f r o m the capital city of the U n i t e d , been seriously ill at her home here. I I Suites and written by a former local I is slightly improved. I girl, Miss Gladysmae Hart?.. Miss I Hartz has kindly consented tu write I n series of letters and the articles w i l l | be read wilh much interest nnd enjoyment by her many Ln Porte City friends. The Ln Porte City Evening School .Mrs. C. P. Strohra went to Cedar l^f""? 11 tca '" drubbed the Black Rapids yesterday to see her sister, j Huwk Sport Shop team of Waterloo, M ge Kiwood. l o h a s be.n » «* in failing health [or everal years. ,, , , | f ,·»»« "". "« '«»' ""* sch ° o1 . """I" II. I.iingrord led the scoring with l i T ... . , ,. . . Mrs. Keith Kline entertained the i n t S p Tftyl(n . t . 01 , nt ed 11', Flickner 7, - bridge club in her home Tuesday ilf- . The first letter, which ,s printed | c ,,, H , on . ,. lmdu . on wns scrvi!1 | :lt one- .below, was sent by air mall, l e a v i n g ami Lilt- a p p u u r s ro^re-^s-IU' B it. e n t e r t u i n i n p ihis issue of w. l ) o n ' t miss Basket Ball Dope. The La I'orle Cily high school basketball team defeated Urliano in a double header l u s t Friday n i g h t ttt [,a t'ortu City. The first team "'on by a .score of | Washington. I). C., Moiuluv a f t e r noon ill f o u r - t h i r t y and a r r i v i n g here Tuesday cwning. Tin- ' w r i t e r I is a daughter of G. A. Hart?, and has been in Washington for t h e past five years. A colorful mass of spuctiuors, dist i n g u i s h e d nnd otherwise, winu-ssi-d the jcinl session on tht- opening Ui' ', of the seventy-thinl Congress. Tin| galleries were packed to llii- hist ' a v a i l a b l e space and (in the !hmr of the House, before the a r r i v a l of llu- 1'resUlenl, could be seen iiK'inlievs uf Congress dialling w i t h old f r i e n d s and greeting newcomers. M i n g l i n g with his f o r m e r collcQgurs -.v:is S m i t h W. Brooklmrl (now allied w i t h llu- Agricullural A d j u s t m e n t A i l n i i l l i s l i M - t i o n ) . Clicking cameras and nuicli enthusiastic cheurinK Creeled the I'rci-i- d c u t as, on the arm cif his son .lamus. he entered the House c h a m b e r and took his stand to speak before tin- assembled host. Hi? speech was delivered in » clear, concise, and f r i e n d l y manner inter- r u p t e d , however, by fivi|iienl outbursts of appluusc. He coimnciilcil on the princpul iiroblems at h a n d , sli'css- iiiK in p a r t i c u l a r the neci'ssily for m a i n l a i n i n g Ihe recovery program. He said that he had come to "counsel" with them, believing I h a t w i l h a strong tie between tin- h - g i s l : i t i \ v and exculivc branches of t i n - g'ivn-:i- ment the A m e r i c a n people could best be served, l i e praised Congress Tor work already dune but i-mplv.isi7.ril t h a t the new deal m u s t be- "permanent". "We have ulldi-l ' I n k w i new niC'thods. It is our task Lo p i - r l Y c l , to improve, lo a l t e r w h e n ni-i-rssary, but in E'.ll cases to t;o f o r w a r d . " There can be l i t t l e i|iiesii«ii I h a l recovery a n t l l e c o n s i r u r t i o n arc- i-oni- (nff to i n d u s t r y , :ie;rj;-ullun-. J i n i l finance, anil it mi^lil be well Lu ha\v ] faith thlil Ihe I'resident anil ' m e m b e r s of Congress HIT il 1 ] very best they can to a i l n i i n i ialTairs of a prt-;iL nali(jii. --o-! The recent "cold snap" t i iinsfonr.eil the ItellectinK I'ool, Ihu larm- "mirror basin" between the L i n e a l n M' 1 - t h i r l y and the afternoon \vns tlevoted to playinjr briilKO. The I-'airview Ladit-s Thursh plaved . r o u l l s i v ( . game for the 'locals. | Kl .,, v , K l ) k o l a n | ookl , ( | hl . sl ,-,,,. I II-,. v i s i t m - s 1 1. 1. v ! I L U I zi. home of Mrs. Shel- ! met ti'dav i n the nvmiL- vji .m^. ..n^.- i , - . . . . . don Kaiser. A pot luck luncheon j Celebrate Anniversaries. was served and the a f t e r n o o n de- i Mr. and Mrs. O. F. llnydcji, of voted to sewing Tor a child in one of j F r a n k l i n , Neb., former La Torte City elebratcd their f i f t y - n i n t h anniversary un November Mr. Ilayden, sou ol' O. M. the mission fields. people, L i t t l e Clifford Downing, five-year- wedding old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ci. P. Down- ^th. in^ of Spring Creek township, is ill a seriinis condition f r o m pneumonia, which developed about a week and a h a l f ap;o. Mrs. .1. II, H u n t e r Son will hold a p u b l i c sale lit t h e i r residence on tin 1 (lihney fiirm. i miles Northeast of I.a 1'urlc Cily, on Tuesday, Jan. ^11. U'alch for f u r t h e r announcement and bills. The Catholic Ladies Lcujruc ol Sacred Ik-art c h u r c h was entertained at the home of Sirs. R. P.. La Tour this afternoon. The a f t e r noon was spent socially nnd n lunch was sei'ved by the hostess. The H. C.. D. club held its rccular niCL'tiny; Tuesday ni^ht in the home of Miss NY-He Gannon who was ns- was enjoyed anil prizes were w-on by Mesilnmes Kva Boyli's. Hay Stahnke and J. L. Allison. Mrs. Hay Mandell, of Manchester, came Tuesday to assist her yisters, Mrs. Ada Narber and Mi's. H. G. Kshcr. in c a r i n g for their f a t h e r , .lohn YOWIK. The iatient is con- fiiu-tl to his bi'd by n broken hip and his condition r e m a i n s about the sunn 1 . Mrs. Louis Schlolfell was taken to one of the hospilal.s in Walerloo Monthly a n i l on Tuesday s u b m i t t e d to an p i i r : i l i o n . At this time she is ri-st- ine; as c o m f o r t n b l y as cuiihl he bo[)eu Cm- ar.d her muiiy friends hope that slie w i l l be able Lo relurn to her h o m e in a greatly ini]ii-o\'ed condition in a short t i m e . The Lions club inel in rei;lilur si'ssiun Tuesday noon and enjoye I h i - i r noon-day nu-ul, b u s i n e n M arid so- ri.-il session. The busim-ss met-LiiiK Ilayden, of Cednr Lnura Walker of Valley, ami Miss thi:i place, were m a r r i e d in Waterloo in 187-1. On J a n u a r y 8rd of this year Mr. Ilayden observed his birthday a n n i - versary and his home town paper made the following comment on Hie event: "Wednesday. J a n u a r y li. Col. 0. F. Hnyden reached his 8-!th b i r t h d a y , and to celebrate the occasion he and Mrs. Ilayden had the c h i l d r e n and their families in for the a n n u a l birth- lay dinner. If ever- :i m a n could bL- called 8-1 years younff that man is '(;!. Ilaydcn. Every day finds him at lis hardware store, always happy, ·eady to tell or hear a Kood .story ami enjoy a laugh. Not content with his commercial duties, spring and sum- ner liiuls him busy m a k i n g and lending a f i n e garden and d o i n g other chores. When we called on him this :norning he said. "Yes sir, I was S-l years old yesterday, and of all things, I want to thank the Lord for the health my wife and I have un- in good heaUh and .'J1-1S. The was r a t h e r slow . and the local boys were caught dead on their feet in several occasions. D. Coburn and A. Coburn were, ihc o u t s t a n d i n g players of the jjamc for La I'orte City. I'Jach collected field . Hick w i t h -1 bnskuls led I .Slat of the President of the United should be s u b s t a n t i a l l y in- caycjd us ;i settled policy." Next week Wednesday, Thursday, nnd Friday will be examination time for all t h e p u p i l s of the- local school. The fir.sL semester of the current year rifles Friday, -I«n. I'Jth. The the scoring for U r b a n u . La I'orte City led 18-7 al h a l f time. In the second team game La I'orte City won by a score of 21-0. The local team was made up entirely of I'reshmcn. They played a good game against was in charge of Lion M. L. Terry, and Lion C. I.. Fish, who was eiitc-r- l.ainmenL c h a i r m a n , introduced IU-v K. I). Ludy, p.-islor of the Presbyle- morial nnd tin 1 \Vashiiit:un M o m i - 1 n 11M c h u r c h , who gave an i n t e r e n L i n g nicnl, into an ideal s k a t i n g r i n k ami I t a l k , taking for bin .subject, "Lions. youngsters ami it few o l d s t e r s c n u h l be seen having great f u n on the ice. It is not often, ill r e c e n t yi-ars, t h a t the temperature has s u n k Lo a p o i n t where skating m i g h t In- enjoyed on the Pool. I fancy that Lincoln's firm kind face wore the Iran- of a s m i l e as he watched the s k a l c r s h e a l t h y joyed.' 1 Both linppy." Kchroiber t h e i r scored taller opponents. (J time.'* from the 1 L ' i l l I I U M - ' f 1 I I l l U t . M U M . 1 L J l l l . i I I C - * . _ _ . . ieemul semester becina Monday, Jan. field to lake luifli noml honor». This i company of Dysart folk motored to *a Porte Cily Sunday Lo witness the attraction "Chance at Heaven" at he Paslime theatre. This popular heatrc is f u r n i s h i n g some very high ilass pictures for its patrons. The Master's Ten of the Presbyte- ·ian church was entertained yesterday afternoon in the basement rooms of the church and was attenrled by a argc number of ladies. The hostesses were Mmes. R. T. Paige, George Hunger, M. L. Terry, K. S. Garrabrant, 0. V. Hemsworth, C. T. Gales and Inez Glimc. After school Russell Moore 'gave a reading and ..._sical selections were presented by the high school girls sextette, and Marie Jean Paige and Esther Hemsworth. Refreshments were served by the hoalesse-s. I A good sized delegation of basketball fans wcnl to Iowa City Monday evening to witness the Iowa-Wisconsin basketball game. The eontesl was a 'hair raiser" from the start to finish end those who went from here were well satisfied with the high class contest they witnessed. The players on both teams were in the game to win, but Iowa played the better game and won by a count of 20-32, but at no time during Ihc contest were they beyond defeal. Wisconsin was considered one of Iowa's hardest foes, and if this is true, the Iowa aggregation should go through Mml., at 8:50. Xormal Training Examinations ad- m i n i s t e r e d by Co. S u p t . A. E. Jewell will be given to the High School Normal Training pupils on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of next week. The first band concert of Ihe year l',W,-'- 1 is scheduled for Jan. 25th, T h u r s d a y . The members are working hard preparing their band n u m | bc-rs t h a i will he presented at that I timl 1 . This Friday evening the La Porte City High School basketball teams go Lo Keystone to play the Keystone H i g h .School. Next Friday, J a n . Ilith., Hysart u-ill bring Lheir representatives hero for two good basketball games. It will be the second meeting of Ihc locals and Dysart t h i s season, La Porte City having won the oilier encounter by a score of 'If, to game was much more interesting nan the first leam game. La Porte Cily-- FG FT PF rust 3 0 2 ravenhorsl 0 0 1 o b u r n , U 4 0 0 ·ult7. 0 0 0 oburn, A - 1 0 1 lobb : '- n 0 [owrev . , 1 1 1 Hospitality Day. . A social meeting was enjoyed this a f t e r n o o n by members of the Tour- st c l u b in the home ot Mrs. J. II. on. The hostesses were Mrs Mabi-l K l i n e , Mrs. Goon, Mrs. W. M Blough, Mrs. L. J. Tutt, Mrs. Wei- on fit-Its and Mrs. John Ketlleson. Lum-lioon was sei-ved at one-thirty o'clock ami iht remainder of the af- tt-rmion was spent in playing bridge the sca.-.on and championship. win the big ten Pythian Sisters Notice, Regular meeting of the Pythian Sisters will be held tomorrow evening. Installation of officers will be made and a full attendance is urged. Refreshments will be served. ('(ease Return or Pay. Mi.-. (;. C. Teeter and her commit lee of the Woman's Auxiliary of thi Anu-rican Legion have been making a c h e c k on tin- sale of Christmas seals and find t h a t quite a few peo pli- have failed to or pay for them. return the seal: The ballot box still remains in the post office lobb; and those who have not paid for th seals or have not returned the en vclopos, will assist in this work b placing cither the money or the un used seals in this box. A count meeting will be held soon and a com plete report must be made by th local organization. Urbana-- 'erguson downing tick Shcllhnne . larger 1G 1 KG FT PF ·urguson, K La Porle C i t y 2nd*-- FG FT PK Ji.ihec Schrciher Strohecker ilinc McF.ride 1 C 1 0 1 1 10 nnd happy before him. The story is told that Mrs. I'.ousc- ·clt, whose "Eleanor Mm-" roadster s often seen along »--ily si reels and ivc-nue*, insisted on d r i v i n g Ki-prc- entutivc Isabelle C i r w n w a y , her ong-time friend, home a f t e r a v i s i t 'hich the latter made at tin- W h i l e louse. Mrs. Grecnway, apprelien- ive concerning the First Lady's ability to handle h u r handsume c a r , nniHled thai she could easily icrne via tax-cab or such. Ilou-ever, .ogethcr they Hlarted o u t , M r s . tuoHevelt pi the wheel. The conspicuous car with its distinguisln-d soon atLrac-tcd a gn.-al deal of attention along P e n n s y l v a n i a Avenue and Connecticut A v e n u e . Both thoroughfares arc busy ones j u t the cops held up t r a f f i c at intersection allowing the Presidential car to move smoothly along. .Mrs Itoo.icvelt conversed l/richl-ly w i t h her friend noticing n o t h i n g u n u s u a l about their little d r i v e or t h a t dozens of people wore pausing to notice them. When the destination wax reached ahg turned to Mrs. G n - c n w a y and said, "Here we are safe anil »ound. See, there was h a r d l y any traffic at all." GLADYS I I A I 1 T / , Missionary Society and Aid Have Joint Meeting- Kay l l o g u n . whu f o r m e r l y lived in Lbis v i c i n i t y h u t who bus been near Dewar tluj past few yt'iirs, expects leave soon with his wife and family for Delano, Cal., where he w i l l Inivir charge of u ranch. His daughter, G l a d y s l l o g a n , who has been i v i n g in the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. G. C. Teeter here and who is a niece of Mrs. Teeter, w i l l remain here u n - t i l she completes the school year. .Mrs. I. C. Grove, of Port Angeles, Wash., is v i s i t i n g in the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Uoy Brown. Mrs. Grove iv,-is called here by the illness of her mollier. who is in the hospital in lowu C i l y . She has relatives and othr-r friends in this v i c i n i t y w i t h whom she in spending purl of her time. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Van l i r o i ' k l i n , former La Porte Cily pco ph', n'e neighbors of Mrs. Grove ir Port Angeles. The repairs and improvements in the- local school buildings, which were p l a n n e d by the members of the hoard, IIJIVL- not been started because of a technicality in m a k i n g appli- c a t i o n for aid under one of Ihc various reconstruction nets. It is still hoped to put this project through and if i t can be accomplished some ceded repairs can be made with lit, expense to the district and u num- of people w i l l be given employ- lent during the operation. The K i l l k a r c K l u b met Tuesday af- crnoon in the home of Mrs. L. M. \Khle-y wilh all members present. )ne guc-sl, Mrs. Clifford Brown, also njnysil the meeting. Plans were m.'idc- for the usual series of winter iartics, at which the husbands are guests, and the first one will be held W. 11. C. Installation. The regular meeting of llle \Vom- L-n'n Kelief Corjjy ^vas held bisl Saturday a f t e r n o o n , following 11 pol luck luncheon at 12:i!0. Members of Ihe V i n l o n Corjis enllie to La I'orte City for the ceremonies and the necessary o f f i e e s were ('died by these hidics: .Mrs. James Driscul, i n s t a l l i n g o f f i c e r ; Mrs. K:\rub Klewurl, conduclur; Mrs. I-'rank ML-yer, Mrs. Clnu-lcs K l i n e , .Mrs. K. T. U i i r k l n i r t nnil Mrs. Dean Thoni]is[)ii. culor liL'arurs; Mrs. KriinlE ('i-isinun, musicinn, Tbu following offit'ers were in- dut'ted i n t o their stations: I'rei;., Mr.s. 11. (j. Kshor. Sr. V., Mrs. ICvn Doyles. Jr. V., Mrs. Louisu Smith. Sec'y, Mrs. 1-'. AI. Igou. Treas.. Mr.H. Will Driscol. Chapliiin, Mrs. 1. C. Good. Conil., Mra. W. E. Ponsford. Ciuurd, Mr.s. John Mis'/.ner. A. Cond,, Mr.i. A. K. Ayers. A. G u a r d , Mrs. iMae Davis. Color IJear.ers: 1, Mr.H. C. B. G i n g rich; 2, Miss H u r l u e n Craven; II, Miss Leota Driscol; 1, Mrs. Idu Bells. P, Ins., Mrs. Alma tlnckutl. 1*. Cor., Mrs. Henry Bookmeier. MIJS., Mrs. K. B. McJ.aughlin. Urbana Zn.ls- FG T FF Shellhausc " " Mauser 0 0 Ferguson . . . . . 0 0 Hauser . 0 0 Ferguson . . . . . . I 0 Moore 1 " Clime - 1 0 Shellhnnsc 1 1 0 4 1 2 Dressmaking And tailoring. Sec me making your new dresses modeling your old ones, reasonable. Alma Hilmer. about and re- Priccfl Mrs. John B. Kerstetter has gone to Daytona Beach, Florida, where she will remain for two or three ' months. The Missionary and Aid Societies of the Evangelical church held a j o i n t meeting, yesterday afternoon, in the la-scmtnt rooms of the c h u r c h . Tht Missionary Society had a shorl sessidr first and Mrs. Albert Anton led lh( devotional service. The lesson was conducted by Mrs. Jessu Bond, In the Aid Society business meet ing the following officers wen chosen for the ensuing year: Prcs., Mrs. Albert Anton. V, pres., Mrs. Jesse 0. Kober. Sec'y, Mrs. J. G. Frank. Trcoj!., Mrs. Frank Bowers. The hostesses were Mrs. I.uc; Means, Mrs. J. 0. Kober, Mra. C. F Wilson and Mrs. Frank Bowers, wh served the lunch. Wanted: Stove wood on sub icription at this office. Phone 46. n e x t Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Will Goon wilh Mrs. Goon and Mrs. Will Kerr as hostesses. Lunch was served by Ihe hostess nnd club adjourned lo mecl with Mrs. Mark I'allheim. Paul KoonU, farmer of this comm u n i l y , has been notified of the sud- len dealh of his sister's husband Homer Taylor, of Sloyestown, P» While apparently in good health, he was stricken by a heart attack while loading hogs on his truck, deceased wus a farmer and stoc] buyer, a director of a hank in Stoyes town, nnd a member and officer in Ihc Grace Lutheran church of thn city. He was fifty-two years old an is survived by his widow, Mrs. Rhod Koonlz Taylor, and two children. Th funeral service was held Sunday al tcrnoon and interment was made the Odd Fellows' cemetery in Sloyea town. Lyra Chapter Installs. The 1M-I officers in Lyra Chaptc-r No. J29, O. K, .S.. were'iiisliillcd at the regular meeting Tuesday evening. Mrs. Invz G l i m u acted as installing officer; Mrs. John Bolls, marshal; Mrs. G. H. Nies, d m p k i i n ; Miss L i l l i a n Garrabrant, m u s i c i a n . Following is a list of the persons taking the vnrioils stations; W. M., Mrs. II. I). K l i n e , W. I'., W. A. Frnnklin. A. M., Mr.s. J. C,. M c Q u i l k i n . A. P., A. E. Kober. Sec'y, Mr.s. Rose Hayxletl. Trcas., Mrs. R. W. Wilkinson. Chap., Mrs. J. II. Goon. Cond., Mrs. John It. I)u;;er. A. Cond., Mrs. Roy See. Adah, Mrs. Herbert Ostheimer. R u t h . Miss Carol Ashley. Esther, Mrs. Lloyd J. Liimb. Martha, Mrs. E. E. Pearson. Electa, Miss M a d e l i n e Fosse. Mus., Miss Lillian Garrabrant. Marshal. Mr.s. Inez Glime. Warder, Mrs. W. A. Franklin. Sent., C. L. Fish. Mrs. Harold Johnson, the retiring Worthy Matron, was presented a g i f t y Mrs. Goon on behalf of the officers with whom she has served t h e ptist 'car, and Mrs. Uoy F. H a w k i n s pre- cnted to her a Past Matron's jewel rom Lyra Chapter. Rose buds from rlrs. Johnson were presented to the 933 officers by Russell Johnson and lis couKin, Dorothy Kitchen of Cediir ·'alls, and during the distribution of the flowers Mrs. F. E. Lehman, accompanied by Miss Cnrrabront. sans A u l d Lang Sync. Dorothy Kitchen also played two numbers on her ^iano-accordion. There was a very good attendance of members, and nine visitors also enjoyed the meeting. After the closing ceremonies refreshments were served by a committee wilh Mrs, G. H. Nies as chairman. For Sale or Trade. Ford Fordor, 1931, motor A-l; G wire wheels and trunk. * This car curries a 90-day guarantee. Phone 283. lEWSPAPERI

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