Fort Scott Daily Tribune and Fort Scott Daily Monitor from Fort Scott, Kansas on April 3, 1922 · Page 3
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PAGE THREE ' rOT 8C0TT PJULY TRIBUNE.EONITO?C MONDAY, APRIL 3. 1922. Wants cost but a minimum. FULTON HIGH SCHOOL NEWS. Mathilde's White, worse For; Congress SOCIETY NEWS T ! I i 5 '4 5 V helping Mr. Sh,uret paper bis house last Tuesday. Frank Allgood lost a mule some time last week. Mrs. Charlie Hudson was reported real poorly ; the first of ; the week. - Arthur Shaw called at the Jim Grubb home Wednesday. MRS, ALICE G. McDEBMOTT K. Jarren Snider 4 PHONE 146 '0 4. DENTIST V Dental X-Raj. iy- '4 vv y- v M.- E. Foreign Missionary. Thd Foreign Missionary? Society of the First M.'E. churrh will r,iee& I! If you hare property for sale, f list it in the Wants. The Sophomore . and Freshman classes, also , several honorary guests, went on a "hike" Monday night. Everything went off fine until Walter Harrison fell and cut his hand severely. He went to town, had it" dressed, then was able to come back and enjoy the remainder of the evening. Mr. George Reynolds and Edith Foote were chap-erones. ' Miss Laura Yesser, a member of our high school, has been - absent several days on account of the death of her grandmother, Mrs. Messer, of Rich HilL On account of had weather, the track practice has been very limit-j ed this week. A few of the boys tried in nraftice a little Tuesdav. 'IK f 4 f 4 . j Tuesday at 2 : 30 p. m., at the home j, of Mrs. J. s. Turley, 310 South Na- ; , tional Ave., "with the following fas-1 'I '. fisting hostessogg' Mrs. C. L. Rood-i fi .House and-MrsR; II. Hubbart. s l: i, H- ; The program. is arranged as fol IK' - v.v. . .- . -v.". WEST LIBERTY. ' The play at West Liberty last Tuesday night entitled, "The Ar zona Cow Boy," was. well attended The proceeds amounted to ?40 . : Mrs.. J. W. Malone spent one afternoon last week with Mrs. Lee Vodr'ey. Mr. and Mrs. Cullison and 3 son and Mr. John Shuret, drove to Ft. Scott last Saturday in the Shuret car. . - The Ladies' Aid met all day with Mrs. Harley Trotter last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Grubb and son Jesse, m,ade a business trip to Garland Thursday. Mrs. J. W. Grubb Is visiting with her daughter and family, Mrs. Lee Taylor of Fulton. Mrs. John Shuret took dinner last Sunday at ttie Lee Vodrey home. ' - . Mrs. Jim Grubb andon Jesse spent from Saturday tmtil Tuesday visiting relatives in Fort Scott. Mr. Jesse Taylor, Harley Trotter and Frank Nichols, are loading r a car of hay at Hammond at this writing. w 'V.St?', i. " t " ? :.:-' ' ''- V - - , . - , z 1l MMMMMi Nbut they found the track rather, soft and the weather not as agree- v- 1 : V - .- .'-' I- t ' - 'able as it might have been. They jhave found little fun, however, for i a new twelve-pound putting shot " - v-v 1- iMrs. T. T. Cotnam, of Little Rock.' Is the first woman in' Arkansas to run. for Congress. She has delivered suffraga lectures in 35 states of the tmloajr lows: -.. J .---- f . ' .Devotional Mrs, J. E. Ball. Song "There Were I inety and , Nine," Mrs. A." tilein, Mrs F. "Vochwn. - . - Chapter 4 of the .Kingdom and the Nations Mrs. Frank Hansford. . Vocal SoloMrs. B. F. Gaither. : Leaflet Mrs. J. W. Parton. Social Hour. An interesting letter from our missionary, Dr. Mabel Hammond, of China will be read. ' The Pep Club Met. The first social meeting of the Pep Club of Topaz Chapter O. E. S.; Garland, Kans., was held Saturday evening at the Masonic Hall, the diversion of the evening being cards and contests. The long tables in the dining room were artistically decorated with runners of yellow ribbons and centerpieces of jt baskets of yellow cut flowers. Individual favors Vere little Easter 1 chicks. j - Aiv Easter luncheon consisting of two courses' was served by the That dull pain that seems to be lying just back of your eyes may easily be caused by eye strain. 'Properly Fit ted Glasses Will Lighten the Strain7." JAMES GILLIES 10 South Main St. Charlie Hudson hauled a load of wood to Richard Gilmore near Ft. arrived Jast Wednesday and they have beea trying out their skill in throwing. One man from ' down town thought he could throw it, but after several trials he gave it up. The annual is progressing very rapidly. Most of the pictures and the remaining contests have been sent in. - . Who's Who Contest. A very exciting fifteen minutes of pleasure was experienced by the i i i T i' ver- 5 Scott last Wednesday. Mr. Cullison boughta cow from Mr. Shuret last Saturday. N Charlie Hudson lost - a calf Monday and M.r. Shuret also lost one the same night. ' 7 Jozie Ruble and wife were y Most bashful girl, Mildred Guthrie, , ' Biggest girl flirt, Zelda Cotter. Biggest boy. flirt, James Shuret. Most deceitful girl, Eunice high school students Friday morning when a "who's who" contest Most deceitful boy, Harry Har ji-'-' was presented by the Sophomore class. Everyone was anxious to see rison. ; 5 V1 r? how the votes stood, and their curiosity was satisfied when the names Ladies man, Ray Norris. Most loving couple, Florence Sil-veirthorne and Ted Kelley. The Basket Ball Boys left today for Chicago to help put Fort Scott more forcefully on the map and convince still SCHOOL REPORT. others that were written on the board, as follows: Best looking boy,R6bert Moffet. Best looking girl, Edith Foote. . Best all around boy, Tom Kennedy. , Best all around girl, Emma Erie. Most popular girl, Mary Cromer. Most popular boy, Walter Harrison. ' High school wit, Led Toynton. Most studious girl, Alta Belle Baldwin. "?x Most studious boy, Blake Hinder- following committee: Mrs. Earle E. Palmer, chairman; Mrs. George W. Million, Mrs. L. V. Winkler, Mrs. Shirl Johnsdn,' Mrs. Earl Brown nd Mrs. Joe Million. N O. E. S. Noticet Itcgulaf meeling of Olive Chapter No. 13 O. E. S. Tuesday night at eight o'clock. Refreshments. Visiting members welcome. Esther Atkins, Sec'y. Nevada Mail: Mrs Guy Cole will arrive home in the morning 'from St. Louis, where she has been with her sister, Mrs. Charles Price, who recently was operated upon in St. Luke's Hospital for appendicitis. Mrs, Price's condition was quite serious for awhile but "she is now steadily improving. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bahney have irrived from Sussex, N. J., where they havebeen visiting the family of Charles Bahney. They will Following is the report for the Fairmount Schoolv District No. 20, for the seventh monthx .ending March 31. . Number of days taught, 20; Number of pupils enrolled, girls 15; boys 14; total 29. Average attendance 21.2. Those perfect in attendance were: Velma Ord, Donald Stewart, Gladys Norlhcutt, Mary and Dora Church, Mae Miller and Verne Miller. Those absent one day or less were: Curtis North cutt, James McCutchen,, Ber-nice and Gladys Ford. There were eight cases of tardiness. Visitors during the month were; Misses Elizabeth Stewart, Esther O'Dell, Marie Simhiser and. Master Edward Church. All interested in our school are invited to visit us. Lola A. Johnson, Teacher. BAKES BETTER BREAD Your Grocer knows it's a home product and he knows it's better so he's saving a sack for you. Mathilde McCormick deserts her sorrel mount at Hot Springs, Va., for a white charger. -Love of horses is a strong bond between her and her fiance, Max Oser, the- middle-aged Swiss riding master. liter. Laziest girl, Mildred Cox. . Laziest boy, Thomas Keating. Best girl athlete, Mildred Murray. Best boy athlete, Ray Morris. Biggest grouch, Leo Toynton. Most conceited boy, James Shu-ret. Most Conceited girl, Gertrude Brown. Most bashful boy, Charles Minor. ed Sunday night on account of bad weather. ; Elmer Ballah called at the home of his uncle, Fred Ballah of near Mapleton, Suaday. Madeline and De Wayne Reeder visited at the home of their uncle, Elmer Reeder. Sunday. visit ler daughter, Mrs. Shirley Harrington, and family. The Athenaeum Club will meet Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock at the home of Mrs. James T. May-all, 316 West First street. Miss Mary-Urns tead arrived Saturday from Kansas City and was visiting, Miss Verna and Mrs. Vel-ma'Woodard. Dtiing .This Sale Only Clyde Reeder called on Finis O'Hara Sundaay. Lloyd s Dwyer and Robert Moore called at 'the home of W. L. Willis Sunday. Three more weeTis until the 1 - ! 1 if ' if i f i Kenneth Alfen of th Pittsburg Normal spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leaonard Allen. itchen Cabinet Get o Miss Katherfne Sears of Nevada, school children at Poplar Grove will be skipping away from the school house with bright faces because of the summer vacation. Thomas and George Reeder call-ea on Roy and Harry Lunceford Sunday. Mrs. Laura Ballah and daughters, Mary and Pearl, Visited at the home of W. L. Willis Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mus. S. E. West called at the home of their daughter, Mo., was the week-end, guest of Miss Roberta Cooper. . . Mrs. Floyd Day of 722 South Groceries STOCKED-With Judson street is taking the rest cure at Mercy Hospital. move into the homo or Capt. Isaac Bahney at 2 South Judson street, who has been at Mercy Hospital and is ' now able to be around his room. ','"' x Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brown arrived Saturday night, and they will Spend a month visiting Mr. Brown's mother, Mrs. E. M." Brown, of the Richards Block. Homer is.recov ering rrom an attack of the flu, Which laid him up for some time. Among the students of the Pittsburg Normal, who have returned after spending the week-end here were Miss Margaret Taylar, Miss Edith Buchanan,- Miss Margaret Carl and Miss Vera Wallace. y Mr. and Mrs. John Brundige, of 109 South Holbrook street, have started the foundation for a modern bungalow at the lot at 1108 South National avenue. Milton Turncy has returned to his home in Harrisburg, " Pa., after spending several weeks with his mother,, who Is improving from her recent illness. Mrs. Amelia De,Dedczy returned to her home,' 507 South Osbun street last week after convalescing for several weeks at Mercy Hospital . fMrs. Zelma Hermann,, of near Ber See Mrs. Frease for kyour new bone corset. Pljone 1029. At No Extra Cost Voice Culture Mrs. Efflo Havens Johnson. Phone 207. POPLAR GROVE DISTRICT 94. lin, Sunday. Miss Georgia Willis left Sunday for Pittsburg, Kas., where she will attend the Pittsburg Normal. Almon Jones called on "D. C. Reeder Sunday evening. The Misses Willis called on Miss Mary and Miss Pearl Ballah, Saturday evening. . Verda West and Eenita Willis spent Wednesday night with their teacher, Mrs. Will Barrett of the Osage Valley neighborhood. Miss Mary Ballah is working for Roy Northway at present. SI 51 Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Reeder called at the -home of Mr. aand Mrs. R. B. Reeder Sunday. Joseph Neden visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Delzell last Thursday and Friday. Miss . Margaret Reeder visited with her friends, Helen and Pauline Lunceford, Sunday. . Church was not very well attend A want ad will surely sell that urtomobii. Mrs. Nettie Ausman will leave Wednesday for Elmira, N. Y to Packages of Groceries with each McDougall KITCHEN- CABINET The groceries cost you nothing now or later. f isesc Princess j-iHii'-""" if , i j ARH0URS , tif J I I JfeiHs pvy fell j uijjppgiay , vw J ' . Hit : :'r'c ."v." x : s vs A meeting f or ; women , and girls will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 at the First Presbyterian Church. John K H. Gross, will speak on a sub- f ject of immediate importance. Thij is an open meeting. The ladies of Fort Scott will find it worth while to be there. t - 8v ; v This astonishing value is YOURS for this sale only 51 packages of nationally known groceries given at no extra cost to each purchaser of a McDougall Kitchen Cabinet. ; -t ' :- j 11 ; ': kLi&jzs&'xx v ' '-f ; TAKE advantage of THIS MONEY-SAVING , offer backed by OUR guarantee that every cabinet is a new and genuine McDougall and is offered at its regular price. The groceries cQst you nothing now or, later. We give big value for your money during this sale. We'll deliver your, McDOUGALU together jvvith 51 PACKAGES OF GROCERIES--PAY THE REMAINDER OF THE COST y QUE CINET ON CONNIENT jTERMSr ':-'tJd ; r,- -XT'.. ""....:f - . .'-i'-'-- V For a Small 1 ! Pavi nent i ..in mi i .in iii m m i 1 ,j.m ,. ii....i,ti L,j m i. im 1 i' i-iff'n i ii h iii -i-- ammo i Mwr mi it iH-iniTn"r - i i ii:-iii1 1 " , , 1 1 11 ' 1 ! 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