The Manhattan Mercury from Manhattan, Kansas on July 20, 1937 · 2
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Manhattan, Kansas
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Tuesday, July 20, 1937
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TV.O TT7TT MANHATTAN (KAN.) MEftCURT, TUESDAY, JULY 80, 1937 1 fl " .A - - V . By CHARLOTTE MUTSCIILEII- - '1 4111 Suiiincrs-Schibler ,. 'A very pretty wedding Was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sumhers Saturday evening, July 17, at 8 'Oloek," when their only daughter! Helen Leone, became the wife of Mr. Virgil R. Schibier, son of Mr. and Mrs. ST. K. Schibier,; 1110 Bertrand...,Tbe .rooms were tastefully decorated in white and pastel tints of yellow, ; pink vand green and garden flowers. Preceding the ceremony, Miss Helen Wroten, accompanied by Mrs. Wroten, fang "I Love You Truly ,H, and "O Promise Me." During the ceremony Miss Dorothy Wilson played, "Ave Mafia" on the Violin. She was accompanied by Miiss Wrotea Tall white tapers were, lighted by Mrs. Chester Schibier, sister-in-law of the groom. The bridal party entered the living room to the strains of Mendelssohn's , Wedding: .- March, played by Miss Wroten. , The Rev. Homer Wroten of the Xep.ts Methodist Episcopal church ; read k the double ring ceremony in the presence of near relatives and close friends. The bride was lovely In her floor length dress of white triple sheer silk. Her floor length., tulle veil was worn in an off-the-face effect and she carried an arm bouquet of white roses and fern. Miss Lillian Funk, maid of honor, wore a floor length dress of . yellow celanese chiffon. The bridesmaids, . whose gowns were fashioned after the one worn by the maid of honor, were Miss Elizabeth Woodburn of Cle-burn, whose dress was of pink mousseline de sole, and Mrs. Edward Dresser, cousin of the bride who was attired to green mousse-line de sole. The bride's attendants carried bouquets of daisies, gladiolas and snapdragons tledj with; yellow, pink and green ribbons-The groom, attired In dark, was attended, by Mr, Milo Bergen. During congratulations Miss Dorothy Wilson played "At Dawning" on thviolin, with Miss Wroten accompanying her. Pictures of the bridal party were then taken. The table was centered with a beautiful two 'tier1 "wedding take decorated with roses and a miniature bride and groom. Angel food and chocolate cake, pineapple sherbet and punch were also served. Mrs. Chester Schibier served the wedding cake and Misses Lillian Punk and Elizabeth Woodburn presided at the punch bowL The, bride Is a graduate of Keats rural Ugh school and has a life certificate from the Emporia 'Teachers college. She has ? taught "four successful terms in the Riley county schools. The groom Is also a' graduate of Keats rural high school, and at tended Kansas State college two years. This wedding is the culmination of a high school romance. The brldo, chose sis her " traveling cos tume an afternoon dress of navy LI ue crepe with white accessaries. Mr. and Mrs. SchMer left immedi ately for a honeymoon ; la ; the Gzarks. When they return they Will be at home : In j Manhattan. Mr Schibier is employed In tha Montgomery Ward store. The bride has been very active. in the Methodist Today's Pattern 1 ., "'civ uuuuiu ui me siae-oacx m a new and trimlw tailored line The skirt has a loose pleat back and front to Sll you plenty of Toom for the action needed to return the balL and the armhotei tfdeep tut with wide band over the shoulder to iwid any interference with a difficult overhand serve. ItVs Vdress ?ir Sing! hC il 8150 3 dress for i1 w"arand teach' .cJT ?n m,abeU in hrt order and if you take your tennis seri. IT!' no hitate to make this dre.' Jew palter-has a complete s ep-by-step sew chart that is venTeasV tofollow For complete selection of late dress desSind for summer pattern book.-It's 15 cents if phased seSralelv '-' ..Vr?s5ecu.reour.Paltern with step-by-sten sewine Instn'irt i. be sure to MENTtom tuv vi Vi ".bvSSTO ''Y uid . church acU,. s at Keats, holding an, office in I e Epworth League. Rhi hps b?rn l, ,'f'il to thp ihnr-h musically. The youth of the Keats community will miss her in all their social functions. Guests at the wedding Included: the two honor guests, Mrs. Sarada Shumway, , great grandmother of the bride, and Mr. Charles Davis, her ; grandfather (Mrs. Shumway is 92 years old, Mr. Davis 81 years of age); Mr. and Mrs. J, ft. Schibier, Earl Dean Sohibler, Mr. and Mrs. ' - Chester Schibier, Mr. and Mrs. . William Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Bertie White,; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dresser, Mrs. Thinrfnro .Tpnklns . Mr. . and Mrs. Herman Smelsfle, the Rev: and Mrs., Homer wroten, Lyia uermce ana Clyde William Watson, Miss Dorothy Wilson, Miss Elizabeth Wood-burn, Miss Lillian Punk. Miss Helen Wroten. . . iQnert Club picnic Msmbcsrsof the Quest 'club eh-' tertained their husbands with a picnic supper Monday evening in Sinclair park;-Those present: Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bolt, Mr., and Mrs. Jess Smith, . Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Roe," Mr. and Mrs. Gedrge Norris, Mrs. Grace Creightoh, Mrs. O. N. Dan-ielson, Mrs. J. fcudbeck,. Mr. and Mrs. William Davis, and ' Jean Crelghton. CO-Operette Picnic " j Trie Cc-Operettes and Co-Ops will hold their annual picnic Thurs day night to Sunset park. . For Miss Poster ' : ' ,: ; j Miss Mary Hope Morris entertained at bridge , Monday evening honoring Miss Margaret Poster, whose approaching ' marriage has been announced, Miss Morris, hostess, presented the bride-to-be with a gift. The high score prize also Was won by Miss Poster, At the close of the evening Miss Poster Was asked to cut and serve , the bride's cake, baked' and decorated by Mrs. Marjorie Morris. With the Cake, , dainty refreshments were served to: Miss Poster, Mrs. W. T, Foster, Mrs. Carrie Ryan, Miss Hazel Howe, Miss Catherine Ryan, Miss Lucy Bigelow, Miss- Miriam Dexter, Miss Katherine Morris, Mrs. Marjorie Morris and Miss Helen Douglass and Miss ; Alma Dale Newell, both of Hutchinson. Bridge Party ; Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. James entertained a few guests at bridge Monday evening. Those who played: Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Leker, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis of . Seneca; Mrs. H, E. Haury, Newton.,,, . .n - ii, i Family Reunion : ;, ' y - - Mrs, J..,B.Creviston and Mrs. Orville Creviston were hostesses of a family reunion picnic in Staclair park Sunday, honoring Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Brubaker and Mrs. Martha Marchbanks, who are leaving soon for California to make their home. After the picnic dinner the ' Army's 'Sausage' ( ' - JThe only one of its type in the -world, the balloon in the middle photo, developed bythe U. S. Armyf is expected to become a vefy mobile unit of the artillery's "seeing-eye" department.. ' When in use as an observation bag with "the familiar baskgtfthe ship ap-' pears, top, as the old-type "sausage balloon'"used frequently during the war to guide artillery fire. , However," when operated in this iashion, the bag s flown from a cable manned by a grouhd' 'crew, ahd remains stationary; or drifts with the Wind. The mo-'torized ear in the bottom photo is the innovation. Substituted for jthe familiar basket, the car becomes a power gondola, equipped Wiih "metal rudder, giving the balloon a high degree of mobility 'tod a speed as high as 54 miles an hour in still air. '.The experi-' ments were "carried out at Fort Sill, Okla. m guests bf honor were presented with a handkerchief shoWer. Relatives and friends present: Mr. and Mrs C. G. Brubaker, - Mrs. Martha Marchbanks, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Poltz and daughter of Clay Center; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zarger and family,. Mr. and Mrs. John Biasing and family, Mrs, Roy Thomas and family, Mr, Lester Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Zarger and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ZB.rger, Jr., and family, Mr. George Zarger, sr and son, Mrs. Hilda Moehlman, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Creviston and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Creviston ,and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hodges, Mrs. Lyons and daughter, Mr. . James unnamon. Birthday Party , Mrs. Sam Grlppy entertained with a birthday party Saturday afternoon, July 10, from 3 to 5 o'clock for her daughter, Irene, who was 8 years old. Those invited each Victim of Gotham Racket Strife r ::a' "'.' 'i . i , Hjhl ! New York's newest racket murder. Silverbian was found (above) on the fbeen taken for his last "ride", provides more ammunition for. the War waged on organized extortion, gambling ecutor Thomas . Dewey, . Sprouts Wings brought a useful gift for Irene. The guests : Alverta . Magnus, Martha Lash, Shirley Barham, Elizabeth. Rice, Maxine Livings and Donald Whipple. The. children enjoyed playing games, after which ice cream and the birthday cake with eight candles were served.. AH de parted wishing Irene many more happy birthdays. , Grange Picnic M. H, Glnter. ex-worthy master of the Aggieville Grange, and Mrs. Ginter were hosts to Grange mem bers Sunday at their "home, near Topeka. A basket supper was enjoyed at the close of a social afternoon. Mrs. C. M. Ginter; who has been in Australia gave a talk about her life there. . Additional guests were Mrs. Rose Gragg, Mr. John Gragg, Dick Weidehbaugh. Readings by Mrs. R. D. Williams and group singing concluded the evening's en- v 7 - i ni. -LA In which the trussed body of Sam floor of the car In which he had and vice by militant Special Pros ",..',! ; Birds Fbck Together On Quilt Wfnever get too old to be thrilled and delighted - with the cheerful notes and flashing colors of our bird friends. There are 12 different birds given on transfer, C488, to be stamped, on 9-lnch blocks and made Into a crib quilt. Even the tiny tots will know the serious owl and the brilliant cardinal. Then there's the saucy wren, the bluebird, meadow lark, goldfinch, red-winged ,( blackbird, humming bird, 'bluejay, Baltimore oriole, flicker, and the graceful swallow completes the feathered assemblage. V' ,; v.' :y ','' To order, ask for No. C488, or tear out Illustration and send with 20 cents stamps or coin. Address your orders to MANHATTAN MERCURY MAKE IT YOURSELF PATTERN BUREAT7, BOX 166, KANSAS CITY, MO. Be sure to give name and complete address. tertainmeni. ' Members of the 'Ag gieville Grange Who participated m the event: Mr. and Mrs. R. u Kirk' wood, Mr. and Mrs. George McCord, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Williams, Mrs. W. S. Conwell, , Mrs, Hazel -Astle, Mrs. George Long, Mrs. Floyd Tor- rey, Miss Byrdine Long, Mrs. Car rie Mastln, Mrs, Jennie. Lund and Mrs. -Christine Nettrouer, blnner Guests ; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zoeller and amlly were Sunday dinner guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. James Burgess in Wamego. . fenndaV Gnesta . . ..Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P, ' Griffin . were , Mrs. , Griffin's mother, Mrs. Car Ensminger and Miss Hazel Ensminger of Council Grove and Mr. Gerald Haller of Al' ma. . ; :. -: ..- Cefla CreeK 'Comitamlty Clttb The Cedar Creek Community duh met Thursday at the home of Marie Bishop,, with Mrs. .Georgia Barclay, president, in charge. Ten members, answered roll call, naming some patriot and Why. An Interesting and original stori,, written! and tead by Lisla Samuel was enjoyed as was a speclaLplano solo by George David Bishop. Mfs, Bowers, a fuest Of the club, played two piano solos, the first, "Love Thy Neighbor," the1 Second "One Little Rain Drop." Mrs-Bowers, Mrs. Sue Collister, Janice -Samuel, Elizabeth Beck and several Club children were welcome guests. Sunday School Plcnid - . I The annual Sunday school picnic 6f the Cleburne Mission church was held in the park Thursday Afternoon and evening. The children en-Joyed a happy time. A bounteous supper was served nd in the eve ning a program of -music and talks' was given by a male quartette df Chicago,' assisted by the Rey A. N. Andersoa ICKurch Society . Kn'th and Naomi Society , The monthly meeting of the Ruth and Naomi society of Cleburne Was held in the 'Methodist Church par lors Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Alex Eckert Of Randolph was tie votlonal leader. Plans were made Tor serving a chicken dlntter to the gentlemen of the Marysville cham ber of commerce in August. Mrs. Owen Jones was hostess and served a delicious lunch. LA GUARDIA SUGGESTED FOR PRESIDENT IN 1940 WflUam AHett White lists QuaHti-cations of the New York Mayor vj la Ail Editorial , tEmpOTia JUly 30 (flV-WUlidm Allen White suggests the Republican party Consider .Piorella LaGuardia, New York's mayor, for .president 'in , In an editorial in his Emporia Gazette yesterday, the editor listed the qualifications the new party leader must possess, named La-Ouardis B "one such man to the United States" 'having those quall- fidations nd finished up With-the reminder: -"When ydd have done laughing, remember ' -how they laughed at Lincoln eighty years ago. White said when the Republican party finds a, successful leader "he will 'be he man, never , before Identified with Republican factfon-alipotlcs.,' The Empdria editor, recommend ed that the new leader be a World War veteran should have t sonle congressional arid exeedtive experience, f should be "asbsdlutely unhampered by clogging traditions Of the party," and his honesty "should snuie like xurnisnea steel. . New torfc. Suiy 20 (to William Alten Wnlte suggestion In the Em poria (Kan) Gazette that Mayor Floretfb H. LUGuardia "c New Ywk. is a potential presidential candidate Qrew from the mayor this comment today. This is the first kind word I have heard from a Republican in a Jong time: , I appreciate the compli ment. Of course,. I understand It is only that i . "My Job for thetiext four years as mayor of New Ywk City Is to tlve the 7.000,000 pedple of this city an ffioient, -hoaest non-pouucai ad-, ministration. 'Nothing Interferes with the vision, conduct, and effi ciency of any official more than to be distracted dr. may t say? enticed to national or state politics and office. . ' . 1 6halr continue my nonpartisan administration as In the past and will not permit my usefulness as mayor to be impaired by any other activity. My undivided thought and attention must be given to my Job as mayor. COLMERY TQ EUROPE New York, July 20 CSV-Harry W, Colmery of Topeka, Kan, national commander of the American Xe-frWn, will sail tat Europe on the Eerengaila at - noon tomorrow to ,iZL .ry. r-ff, l.rg mSlm "" f'!- participate In dedication of American battle monuments in France, Belgium ana England. . Accompanying him will -be Mrs. Colmery, Lyle O. -Armel, his ide, and Mrs. Armel: and' Harold K, Philips, national legion publicity 'di rector. They will be 'Joined m France by other legionaires and dignitaries, including Josephus Daniels, am bassador to' Mexico, who sailed last week. . TWOfctJNMEN HOB INSURANCE FIRM : :k 'S' ,h-i n' r.-." ' , ' Escape With 91,000 While Salesmen Hear Pep Talk to Adjoining Room in Kansas City Kansas City, July 20 () Two gunmen robbed the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance CJompany office of $1,000 here this morning While 30 salesmen listened to a pep talk in an adjoining office separated only by a glass partition. ; ' The men ehtered the cashier's Office quietly and one thrust a "pistol against the back of Miss Kathryn White, 21, a stenographer. . The gunmen ordered Miss White and two 'other employes, Miss Kathryn Goodman, .17, ahd Clarence Plei-mann. 26, to lie on the floor While his confederate took money from four cash tills. , During the robbery Pro Sherman, assistant district manager was lecturing salesmen In the adjoining rbffice. Two salesman said they no ticed the holdup and tried quietly to attract Sherman's attention, but he continued to talk. , , ; . Itt anbthef holdup about the same time today, J. H. Edmonson, 53, was shot in the foot by four bandits who took 105 from him on a street corner while Edmonson Was enroute to a bank. Theshot was fired apparently to Intimidate Edmonson. ' , The insurance company empyes said one of the pah- Which robbed their office resembled a man who held them up similarly last May and took $1,000. ' ' TWO NEGROES DIE IN MOB VIOLENCE Arrested on the Charge of Stabbing a Policeman in Tallahassee, Fls Sunday . : Tallahassee, Fla. July 20, W Assistant Chief of Police W. L. Prater said two young Negroes charged With the Stabbing of a Tallahassee policeman were lynched by; unidentified persons early today.; , The two Negroes were arrested Sunday on a charge of stabbing Policeman V. P. Kelly when he att tempted to question them . about breaking into a restaurant. Kelly, stabbed seven times, is in a serious condition in a hospital here. . , , The bodies were found after day-, light, in a ditch along the Jackson-' vllle highway about 3 1-2 miles from the state capitol. . Facts Unknown ; v Eugene Ward, a city policeman, said he heard the Negroes were shot to death. He didn't know any particulars about how the two were taken from the city-county Jail. , , "I dont know whether one man or ah undred took them out," he said. ' Sheriff Frank Stoutamire was out of his office and could., not be reached. Ward said he understood the two men were taken from the jail about 3 a, m. The victims were Jisted at Police headquarters, as Richard Gawfeins and Ernest Ponder, each about it years old. ' Warrants charging them with as sault to murder Policeman Kelly were issued yesterday after, the po. lice said, they confessed stabbing the officer. TWENTY-FOUR ARE EXECUTED Alleged ,,Trotekytats, Cie hT thr ' Soviet Far East Today Moscow, July 20 m Execution 'Of 24 ftiofe alleged "Trdtskyist and .liiniinftse terrorist sbieS and wreck ers" was reported, from the Soviet far east today. The Khabarovsk Siberia, 'court which sentenced them to death accused them of sabotage along the trans-Siberian railroad. '(The executions raised the total bf persons repotted executed -lh Soviet -Russia's spjr Htmt in recent months to 322, most bf them fa the far east.) The Rev. Homer Wroten bf Keats was in town this morning. SIIOITETl STOPPER Wednesday Only , .pdtQtOGS"'' No. 1 Large 15 lb. peck ilOc By Mrs. tUyitor Maddox LIERE'S a good eating without kitchen slavery. For the sim ple meal these recipes are me an swer. i Scalloped Ham on Toast" (4 servings) One and one-auarter table spoons butter, 1 1-3 tablespoons flour, 1 1-2 cups milk,, 2 cups chopped cooked ham, 1-3 . cup Chopped green pepper, w cup pne oreaa crumus.-san bhu yvy per, 6 pieces toast. Melt butter in saucepan, stir In flour. . Slowly add milk, arid stir until it . thickens. Add chopped ham and minced peppers. Season to taste, adding a suspicion of dry mustard if you like its flavor Mix all ingredients well and simmer until creamy and .smooth. Toast 6 slices bread. Cover each Slice with ham mixture,' Dust with bread crumbs and dot with butter Run under broiler Jong enough to brown crumbs. Gar-'nish each slice with sprig of crisp watercress. - Serve very- hot." Kidney Saute on Toast (4 servings) x ;. .Two beef kidneys, J tablespoons butter. 2 1-2 tables boons flour,, 3 cups hbt iter, 1 tea spoon' minced onion, I teaspoon chopped parsley, V tablespoon lemon juice, salt rtd pepper, 1-2 Karisds News Briefe 1st Tim ASSOCIATED tegS ; JiANY FAUM PAYMENtS-. . . v w, U1BU 1,- 465,000 m interest SHd principal payments on fawn Wans were received bV the federal Innrt 'Wnntr nf Wichita during the first 15 days bf we momn irom farmers in Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado and Ne Mexico. ' ( v: Parmers are meeting :the'ir in-' stallments and delinquencies with wheat monev in most itistaniM said President Hugh L. Harrell In announcing the tide of payments. t6 'AkcwssI murals ToDeka. Jul V .2(1 A nmmittA nt four newspaper publishers wlU conifer With John tlfnrf. f!in n rha subject matterof proposed 'murals ior me state nouse. , William Allen White, Emporia; JaCk Harris, Hutchinson; Paul Jones, Lyons and Mrs. Cora Lewis, Kinsley. : Harris and Jones suggested several months ago that Curry, a native Kansen,. be commissioned to paint a historical strip. Later the Kansas Ecutoruu Association voted to raise funds by oopular subscript tlon for "the project. award Bridge 'contract to Cross Republican River on Hlgh- ..way 7 at Junction City ; Topeka, July 20, The state highway 'commission has awarded the contract for the construction of a new Republican river bridge on HlghWa'y 77, West bl JuricOon City, to the Massman construction Company, Kansas City, Mo. The" company's bid Was $179,993,555. Bids for bituminous resurfacing liom niiles hf highway 'through the Port Leavenworth military reservation were rejected, by the commission... It awarded other maintenance contracts totaling $149,446.28. , K.U. EXCHANGE TUKENt Lawrence, July, 20, Appointment of JoHH Ballinger COleman, Atchison, as German exchange scholar has teen announced bv Unlversltv of Kansas' Officials , ! Coleman, Who Was graduated this' spring from the University will study medicine. ; r WANTS I GIL INCREASE 'Topeka, July 20,--Ernest E. tfllrf- coe, chairman of the state corpora tion commission, saw toaay tne united States bureau of mines has re- nobiiifi yivbnEn N4 Mol SuS monthly t nd dolajr du to eoki8iumutriun,eipunoriimutrauMi, Ctt-eJu(-toniunmdaniMlPUan&eUvk tHblod iv0k R.liW. Sold by j PS.. ldWMf(ovet4oy(ar. A(ol JT, CALIG OP 'S; tides t. Gather eggs at least three timet a Uy. TL flac the eggs lit the base ment or cave as soon at - gs'therea. tCase the. eggs ihe next mo tit Inf. Keep the . esse Off the floor. ' ' ... 4. keep the ease eovered with damp, burlap or cotton 'tacks, . ... . ' 5. Keep clean Utter on the floor and In the nests of the laying heaoe. 6. Use the tmall, Sofled, and cracked ecgt at home. t. starket at least twice a, .week. ' . Quality 'brings a premium. Add $$$$ Ooilars U yew egg income. : - i- !7S Tomorrovs Menu J BREAKFAST: Sliced bananas with raspberries, dry ce-, real, bacon, cinnamon rotl4, coffee, milk. , , LUNCHEON: Scalloped ham on toast; chopped green salad bowl, French dressing, chocolate gingerbread, tea, milk. 1 ' DINNER. Chilled canned , clam broth,, kidney saute on toast, hot potato chips, sliced tomatoes, blueberry pie, coffee, milk. teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, Wholewheat toast. Slice kidneys' very thin and cut off all white .part. Boil .gently in Salted water 3-4 hour. Drain, rmse to cold water. Dtf carefully. Melt 2 tablespoons burnt '-itf Saucepan ,, -Add kidneys. Frj gently for 4 minutes, stirring: gently . Remove kidneys from butter, add 1 tablespoon more and stir in flour, mix well, then slow-lv stir in hot water. Blenrl thnr. oughly. . Add onion, parsley, lemon juice and seasoning. , Return, kidneys to saucepan ana simmer: until hot. Add Worcestershire at last. Serve on thin, well-battered' slices oi wnoiewneai loasi very: 1 ' . . L .. I - . . .., . . . 1 hot. .v dommmended an increase of 4,900 barrels daily In the Kansas Oil allocation for August. , He said the commission .probably would hold a hearing July 28 at Wichita, to study field potentials and determine the allowable1 for the month. -CRASH KILLS TWO . ; Hutchinson, July 20, (a3) Two men -were killed and another 'Injured critically last night in a head"' on motor ear collision, prank BycK, 68, aild Sam Bhowalter 51, bbth-of Moundridge, Were killed Art& August Vonderfecht, 56, McPherson injured. . TRAIN LEAVE8 TRACK . : Independence, July 20 ( Nine freight cars Jumped the rails two miles ea6t of here today, tearing up 2C0 yards of the Santa Pe tracks. Traffic was re-routed over Missouri Pacific tracks while the damage was repaired. , Hubert Fisher of Warrensburg, Mo., is spending this week with -Bob TOnl . . '' u .,- Orange and Lime FREEZE Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday () , At Our Fountain JOHNS- . CANDY SHOP 1227 ftlbro Dial 4284 fiontWait g FdHhe Storm To Strike, i i This Is -the season; ot wind and hail storms. Wo roofs or buildings nave oeen aevisea to X ' withstand thfem. A Once the root lias been O ' Mn1A tl.k ' tkT- "h mo nucumpany- - tng Tarn can do untold ' damage to the Interior." ' i Mahy Kansas towns re- j ' OentlV haw Rllffonwl Aiii ' ' astrous storms. Manhat-tan may be next. - ; " "'t. j vunuings -ana - ; Contents fiflly protect-' ed? ; i!.v. See Us Today! Universal ; Securities ' ; And Arency Company . " O. M. Ehlne, Mrr. ' lit & Sri Dial 4425

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