The Sedalia Democrat from Sedalia, Missouri on October 9, 1940 · Page 10
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The Sedalia Democrat from Sedalia, Missouri · Page 10

Sedalia, Missouri
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Wednesday, October 9, 1940
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Page Ten GOP Meeting At Georgetown The Sedalia Missouri Democrat, Wednesday Evening, October 9, 1940 jator spoke before a crowd of 200 j persons at a Pettis county Republican n eetmg T :r?d:.y night at the Georget. - v !h use. E. L. Zoellig, director of the Shops and Rails were: Mrs. G. D. Ra vwv local 5 introduced Refreshments , Pay daj for employes of the , I Kelly is employed in the supply I Wednesday afternoon. Members c I Mrs. WT. A. Porter, wife of b:;rr.. Mrs. E. II. springmaker was a visitor in Kan - Kendrick, Mrs. John Proctor, Mrs ! i sos City Wednesday. H H. Ren , Mrs , . a Whur - : Mr. ana Mrs. formal Eirls were ton. Guests of the club were V . Mrs. W. F. Hulen St. Lot eek - end where Mrs. Eirls en - Hv 11 ri ay' tered the Missouri Pacific ho? - Mrs Pfeiffer. who rntw !fl to c,eiVe medical atten - Mm the community hall with Probate completed his apprenticeship jn m the J recfaim plant P ;e jacoo amnn to be the pnn - "c maenme snop has left for Mr. and Mn , Mrs. S. M. Dov K. Dowdy and Edgar f Missouri has no cc - - in ( r 'he Xatioi or Agriculture. end that benefic cipal speak meeting will be at Fristoe school in Longwood township and Friday night at Stokley. been called to ork in the gov hip yards as a machin - F. R. 1 CIMUTI VI Tl SILK SMAII I mm mi ittwzc vow horn.. Now Youne Sedalian Is nrVTnT' Taking Flying Course bm, tkrccy li9Kt. Louis A. Keuker, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kueker of 915 West Fourth street, Sedalia, has recently begun the course in Civilian Flint Trunin ffor - orl nf ir; souri Sch0Ql of Mines and Metai lurgy, where he is a senior in electrical engineering. Same Lamp as After spending a minimum of pictured without eight hours in the air with an in - Ceiling and base ; structor, Kueker will then be al - J.5 lowed t0 sol' After Mtion.lly ew pri. 7 - WAY REFLECTOR LAMP Hosack, mechanical si .perintendent for the Missouri Pa cific with headquarters in S Louis is in the city on business. George Foster, marhinict 'ed th the Union Parifir 'in " 'eek - end visit - M GothrighT spent the week - end visiting rela - tives in Kansas City. He is an axle K. W. Christy, general freight neu ioreman, was a husiness vis - Claims Right To Give Assistance i St. Lou ing laha spent the l Sedal F. E. Cheshire, general car inspector for the Missouri Pacific with headquarters in St. Louis business visitor at the shops Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Dewitt and who ai f Memphis, Tenn., have publica spending a ord pr ome after $ Our Lamp Dept. shows a complete line of new styles, suitable for very room priced from 59c to $2.95 thirty - five hours of flying time ana seventy - two nours of ground school instruction, he will receive his private flying license. and Mrs. Irvin Hood of I chile - L. L., have returned retui diier spending a few days visiting in Sedali whh thl machmjst employed ;and H. J. Fisher of Palestine anoNor yards! Texas, are spending a few day's ticeshinT t c? hlS aPPren iV1Siting Mn and Mrs - D - E - Oliver ticeship at the Sedalia shops. of this city. Mr. Drennon is eml taken a leave 'of IZ ?y th the T cific and for Portsmouth, Va., where he will 30 years.' ms inane irated by the democratic party shall be continued m those United States." "Since when has it been wrong in Missouri or in any state for the farmer to organize and participate! in a campaign to protect his own nterests.'" Hulen asked. "How the that the power trust and the ba rons of wealth and privilege are the St. Louis capitalists Wiilkie" " ' now financing the Re late campaign with rec - ;s earned under demo - Five Americans Lost j When Ship Sinks ROME, Oct. 9 (P) Five Americans yesterday reported lost when the 1,858 - ton Italian steamer Franca Fassio was torpedoed by a submarine in the western Mediterranean were identified by j shipping circles today as Joseph iRusso, Paul Covolo and his wife, Maria, and Salvatore Piazza and his wife, Anna. ! Their home addresses were not! available. given first aid treatment at the police station this morning by Dr. E. C. Snavely for a laceration over his left eye. Todd told the officers he had fallen off a train Tuesday night. He v on a STUFFINESSES m state n JEFFERSON CITY, Oct. ! C. M Hulen, democratic rhairman, declared today Missouri farmer has as much right o participate in election cam - , ? is his first visit to Sedalia : P. T. A. at Sunny Side School The Parent Teacher Association meeting was held Wednesday night at Sunny Side school Mrs. Gumm gave a very interesting talk on health. Betty and Freda Lee Mittenburg sang "Playmates." After refreshments of cookies and cocoa was served, a social hour was enjoyed by a large crowd. be employed as a boilermaker ; I. S - Ship yards at that Point. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bruce were visitors in Kansas City Saturday. ! Mr. Bruce is a sheet metal worker. S. O. Taylor, master car builder for the Missouri Pacific with uwuquariers in St. Louis, was a business visitor in Sedalia Mon - Green Ridge Mrs. E. C. Vogelbaugh Ed Spickert who has hPPn ously ill. the nact fmr not been so well the nast ' f, ra. Ks. jett, car inspector for the jVAa - ya - Missouri Pacific at Mount Vernon, j Mrs - . Fred Bills is improvinj . v.uv t.ic weeK - eua visiting xv"vwx" major operation a Democrat - Capital Class ads get ' iainiiy 111 eaana. DUUlwe" nospitai. in Sedf week, 80c Ellis' Present Scores of Fashion Successes in Lovely Fur Trimmed COATS An Unusually Attractive Croup Is Featured at $ 29 .75 1 OTHERS PRICED FROM $19.75 to $69.75 Black and the popular colors for winter . . all trimmed with gorgeous furs . . , every one individually styled. All Sixes f t0 1712 to 20 38 to 4f sum. 209 S. Ohio Phone 271 and Mrs. Charles Smith pnH T.nthAr ,..u l SOn. Richard ,nH TVT v nr Ut; " , "db.Deen 8 James Smith' have Z v; ! .rlJl5 hosPita Omaha, Neb., after spending the summer, was able to return to his week - end visiting relatives in Se - home WPrlnpCHav dalia. Mr. Smith is emnloved a a Mr? T. xa cul .. . machinist for the Union Pacific at town Sunday to attend the funeral ThlTlri , service of her aunt, Mrs. Lee been painted and is now complet - j Carl Johnson of Kansas City v - v. " cm duumon in me ,son of Mr. and Mrs. G. V. John - V rri i ' nas been seriously ill 7'7l;u illc "Jw criD ls 10 - .pneumonia, is improving though cated at the south side of the not yet able to leave the hosmjfl. b, iUdl H h me machme I Mr - and Mrs. Johnson visited their , , "cavJ wiic sun over me week end. Thev netting and heavv ?pn imn Tho m o :.J , - 1 y , , " ilv - j vv unipdinea oy Mrs. w. S. - xciciitijr duangea ; cen, wno visited relatives in the 7 - ir Tth h h I Eiy 01 Hannibal is the rp, " 7 , su"1 U1 "er parents, Mr. and Mrs T ie crib was formerly located ! T. J. Pace, this week. me too room but with its re - Mrs. E. C. Vogelbaugh visited k cd several new machines have the first of the week with her - n installed in the tool room, brother, E. P. Wirth and sister .. . icn also gives machinists more Mrs. Louisa Adkins at the Wirth , : ;v tp t " ir - im ai crownington, Mo. Mi and Mrs. F. L. Johnsan and ! Mr. and Mrs. George Paul u7 au l' T Jefferson City, visited Monday hav e returned home after spend - with Mrs. Paul's parents, Mr and ing several days visiting relatives ! Mrs. W. S Bell ' ana menas in fccdaha. Mr. John - Mr. and Mrs Mae Hardin of cd with thpAf TsnH TTci ' ' V1Slted Wednesday " . : a r evening wim Mrs. Hardin' i then t PR AUGHLIN BROS mneudbAofid 519 S.Ohio St. Phone 8 Generations of McLaudhlins have served the people of Sedalia. Mrs R A Dann. j Mis. K. W. Christy and daugh - ; Mr. and Mrs. Will Lynn and sor o a.ji, iiiiie win : Clarence and grandson, Billv eave Thursday morning for St. ' Lynn of Greeley Colorado, have Lou.s where Miss Carolyn will ; been the guests of Mrs. Lynn's ZtZTerZn " j JE Cumiingad Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gouge of Mrs T oni uu Jefferson City and Mrs B. Jones j M 'cne. end visiting Mr. and Mrs. F T. jT. iiWednefday with their riio.u - Mr r - n i , 7 uwnomotner, Mrs. Julia Durrill :ZohMLf:zT is clerk !sonMrJor jrD war KydT - son" KnneEr espKeenlr'a PJTiSS. S3 I ' Rev. S. J. Stonger, who for the :past two years was in charge of the Green Ridge circuit of the Methodist church, left with Mr. : Stonger and their daughter, Miss Frances Stonger for their new home at Monett, Mo. , Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eckhoff had as guests Monday, Mrs. Eck - jhoff's brother, Selsus Iman and !wife and daughter Joan of Oma - ha, Nebr., Mrs. W. S. Iman and Mrs. Martha Skinner of Slater, : Missouri. ! Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Floyd had as guests Sunday evening Mr. and ;Mrs. R. N. Potter, Mr. and Mrs i Morris Potter and baby, Mr and Mrs. Logan Phillips, all of Wind - ! sor. Forrest Pittman and his grandmother, Mrs. F. W. Pittman left I Thursday for Denver, Colorado, where they will make their home! Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ward have received word that their son, Dr. Sterling Ward of Eolia, Mo., has been transferred to the First Methodist church in Chillicothe, Mo. Dr. and Mrs. Ward will move to their new home next week. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Woods attended a reunion of relatives on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walton Edmundson of Windsor. Others present were: Mr. and Mrs. Charley Mason of Clinton Mrs. Carry Sharp and daughter, Miss Luella Sharp and Mr. and Mrs. True Hall, all of Nevada; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pace and daughter, Miss Ruth, of Green Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Hicks of Kansas City and Miss Masie Hicks a student at the Teachers College a i warrensourg, were guests of their sister, Mrs. Elvin Anderson and Mr. Anderson, over the week rs. George Murphy was host - to the members and guests of the Triple F club at her home YOU SAVE WITH THE ESTATE HEATROLA: You Save Fut You Save Upkeep; 1 Expense jgi You Save Work From top to bottom, in4o and out the genuine Estate Heatrola is a real money saver. Dollar for dollar, it gives you show you why! Hoffman Hdw. Go. PHONE 433 Centenarian Dies MOBERLY, Mo., Oct. 9. (IP) . , !L - E - Shew, 100 years old, died followed a today. He had been ill two months. His wife died in 1934 after they tin?AC!I!ipaign "lug" 1 anniversary. Hulen's statement charge by Republic Ferguson that the Ne Birth of a Son ! Mr. and Mrs. Harry Light, 1304 East Fourth street, announce the birth of a son born at the Both - well hospital about 8:30 o'clock this morning. Both mother and son are getting along nicely. Mr. Light is a well known baseball player being a member of the Sedalia Merchants club, and is also employed at the Missouri Pacific shops. Reopened for Business THURSDAY, OCT. 14th Mrs. Fall Bailey s INN Fish Sandwich IflC and Drink 1U Everyone's Patronage Appreciated THE GREATEST BARGAIN EVENT OF THEM ALL! PENNEYS I STORE HOURS SATURDAY 1 8;30 a. m. to 9:00 p. m. STORE HOURS WEEK DAYS 8;30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. RED LETTER DAYS THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY DOORS OPEN AT 8:30 SPECIAL PURCHASES ! ! UNUSUAL BUYS ! ! WIDE SELECTIONS ! ! MAKE THESE 3 DAYS A PECTACULAR SAVINGS EVENT! WORK CLOTHES VALUES! The Nation's No. J Overall Value! Sanforized "SUPER OXHIDE" OVERALLS 79c 8 - oz. finished weight Denim. Full cut sizes! Super Pay Day O'Alls T. $1.29 Super Big Mac O'Alls 98c Double Thumb Napout Husking Gloves 25c Men s Chambray or Covert Work Shirts 39c Warm Blanket Lined SWEATERS 5FO Button Front styles in black or Q'A11 Jackets 1.1 Men's Rockford Style "Work Socks 3 25c Men's Sanforized Covert Work Pants 98c Men's All WoolTalon Front "Cossack Jackets s2.98 RED LETTER SPECIAL! Extra Heavy! Super Absorbent! TERRY Y X TOWELS ..rill Big! Thirsty! Beautiful blocked Plaids WASH CLOTHS 3c Sanforized Cotton Whipcord 'Uniform Sets 49c RED LETTER SPECIAL! Odd Lot Cleanup! CHILDREN'S 0$ OXFORDS . . 7 . 5f Genuine leather uppers Long wearing Compo soles! UNDERWEAR VALUES! A Rare Opportunity to Save! Men's Medium Weight COTTON UNIONS 67c Fine combed cotton. Ribbed Knit! Short or long sleeve Men s Balbriggan Weight Cotton Unions 49c Men's Fast Color, Warm "Outing Paj 98c RED LETTER SPECIAL! 39" New Colorful PRINTED CREPES Bright, rich Fall colors and patterns! Sew and Save! .yd. 33 Ladies Fine Quality TUCKST1TCH UNDIES 25c Ladies Sanforized Broadlcoth Slips 49c Girls Fast Color Tlannel Pajamas 79c Ladies Printed "Flannel Pajamas 98c Ladies Fast Color Flannel Gowns 79c RED LETTER SPECIAL! Full or Twin Size MATTRESS $1 .00 PADS J. 100 felted cotton linter filled Firmly , stitched! BEDDING VALUES! 70x99 White Cotton p - i Sheet Blankets 89c Attention! 70x80 Cotton Plaid Don't Misg The Double Blankets 1 .00 penney contesti 72x84 Cotton Linter Filled VUV'Vl 'Comforters f.98 No Strings! 80x105 Beautiful Rayon t n j m vW . ca No Red Tape! Bed Spreads $1.00 Ask any , our saIespeon,e 36 inch Coiored Stripe IKE TZTln OUIlItCf f lanital our window. Contest closes VUUJ IUtinCI ydW Saturday nisht at 9 oVlock. 81x99 Fine Quality The. winner will be announc - vvv M. ed in next Sunday's Demo - Wizard Sheets 50c t - c.piui. Have You Been to .MHHI HBHtet Lately RED LETTER SPECIAL! 66x76 Colorful PLAID QTf BLANKETS O Fine quality cotton. Firmly stitched ends! Basement Store RED LETTER SPECIAL! Special Purchase! 37 only Ladies FALL $1 - 00 DRESSES A I Beautiful Fall styles in cotton and rayon taDncs Hurry: Basement Store RED LETTER SPECIAL! Special Purchase! Full Fashioned! PURE SILK hosiery t - miw Beautiful 3 - Thread Crepe in newest Fall shades! RED LETTER SPECIAL! Special Purchase! Large Assortment RAYON I Mfi MARQUISETTES . v. M.9W I Short lengths All originally priced much higher: Basement Store RESERVE THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 21st to 26th FOR THE Sedalia's Food Show and Cooking School LIBERTY PARK - CONVENTION HALL SPONSORED AND MANAGED BY SEDALIA INDEPENDENT RETAIL GROCERS.

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