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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 8

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' PA^EETiG Wichita, Hayfel College o|f Emporia Have Been Defeated I Oiice In'Tennant EDBY m Kmporia, Kaiis., The Kmporia iteac the kaiiKUH Con chaih;iiuiiship' Jastl abeail iii tjje rac«j ball title. tj)eir the only "psrfect" conference eoiiris l»nrs TeacFiers l|r)s] cenl standing lak cndeil two pUiliits Univer.sil>. ' / I After, (irop'imig Feb. 8. (AP)J- h'frs, winners erenee footbajll fjiU. today we e lor the baske (jijintet: remaiut leant' on Kan.si ifor Ithe IMtt Mthfir 1.000 p«r ivigHt when thty liejiind Wichita I - ! h; 27-25 gani'<> ti) the WheatsockerBj Ube Pitlsbiiis five .sti'l bad tlie most victories tj<i It.s credit thiK sei^s^n. Tlie I'itt burB Teachers IiUve won nix gannis and lo.st one, 'Whilt! tlie iinUefealtd ICiniKiria 'Teucher.'! lave won iiiiljy li-iir. . " WlVhil.1. Ila.vs ami Colleg. Kiiiporiii i-acli have one Kail"'- fallen iti mil Three yeiirM llroM. were IIIOKIIIK ,\MM» .Mil . 11II III ml Hi«{ for u locaflo^i u iJlaniiiK mil he oil I look r< IK »fllli'"u irleiiill lod people llie |v cliy a iryoii iccliaHed a b In which III opi; ate Jii'lllK pleased ^tfU lij||i and uieeil leceptlfill from llA g sledded lo Klye; Ihii^ Accordirigly ilHiy p mid erected a Wuitable building <i . Niirih Slate Ktreet a couple' < bt.iicks iKirlh of W'^Ht street an here they are, today Their building is iiot of large d meiisions but is atuido for housing all the machinery nece.s.sary U turning out the'woiTv they, iire ei gaged in doing. The machinery coiiiiists of a mod erii planer, band saw. rip saw. cu' off saw. dado maclline, niortisin machine, sander, sbitper. rabbitin inuchine and'a conibinatiori m; -chine which turns }pul mouldings of every description a.s well as many other things In the buildiii line. Thtre is also |a machine fo|r making window sash, door frame winilow frames, etc. In fact theK- have' machinery for making an> 'tbing and everything that goes iiit a building made oC wood. The nia<-hinery contained in th Hummis(on Bros, -b^ildiug is lb latest to be had in the several il di'Vidiial units benc<| perfec^l work is liiriied out much more rapldl thaii ;s possible by hand. Klei' trie power is used for operating a Iding. machines In the bu llun.iniiston Bros, bave also bill since coming to lola aonice con: liiodidiis resilience c sou avenue whi< li t|]ey occupy 'aj< their home. i.Vole: This Js thij seventh of Kfries of arjicles ap learing in tlile Itegisler on the suhj (liistries. An eighth l.'sh^-d at an early da ct of lida lli will be piilJ I»ltTSBURG BOY MAY BE I AikaiiHiiH City, K (AIM A iiiiiii. whoi liillU'M Willi illial of liiiiy. wlioHe' mother KiiliM . been seek he, di>iapiM'arei|-. fnm stale llOHplHil 111 To|! Ill .luniiiiry 17, song . Ill I lie home of Lawn tanner living KJiiilhea .Mr. Wliichell gavu 1 ctnlhliig and is ket Je.mporarily. OCATEI aim.. Ki'li. > deHiripflo Harry Wond at I'ltisliiirt^ llg llllll sliii llie Kaii^-n 'kti the nigli I fooil loda me WIncliell M oMhIs clly im food am him fheni ntng KANSAS (OM'EKKME BASKETHALL THE TOLA DAILY REGISTER. WEjSDAY EVENTN • Wichita University. 27: Pitts • iHtrg Teichers. 25. • College of Emporia, 48; M 4 ^ • Pherson. 29. • Raker. :">.'.: St. .Mar.v.s. 29. that HcadlineB tell U8 rJempsey is in a serious condi As if he wasn't a few niolillis in a Philadelphia ring.; Ratlie4 was iir;a serioii.s pr.<:illcament. And now that it lia.s been nouiicc-d that Jauk is prepurin get in shape to see if he can > the heavyweight championship from (.iene Tiinney, be goes gets blood poisoning. V (i| thill tie ilii«"iii't liave Jift H'^ niiirh riglit to itel itiond pi[ i ^onliiK iiv uiijoni' fNe, bin Jiisl doesn't M -eni i|iille I'liir the rest of ii<t pour dnli> it iielleie ltiul:iiene Tnnne) nlll gel liiirnped to the emit IIH t ii< llr«t time,IMJ iiii.xes.with ii ntil I'khler e<>|iet'lnllT Jiirk llemp. when III eoiHlilioii. Voinig Sirllilliig liui* belii lfi| by iiiaiiy. as a Ilea ywelKlK cl ploiMlilp pioh |ieii, iiiliinililiiiKei I'a Hlrlbl.'ng. Ma Hlrlbiliig; '< Voiliig Sl ,i .il(lliiK. iiiid a lew'i I Mirlplliigs! :biil,' thai' isn't the i Ion of all (if us. , P GLORY VICTDRYOYER ED HUFFMAN Young Stribling Sliows I Little in Bbiit at N* w. I York in Tourne Staffed by Tex Kickard. iird nm- bv Mrs. her Ijdli w ho 11 r. II It. Ilie opInloM of II i°4 light fans the nrlter N e \eep ^liiu timt Slrlblhiff K iien<<|Mi|ier'iiimle pri/.e light 11} tliiit ue meiiii that SIribli hits been blown to the ski;"- pres>> nuenls. 'und h<i» bej •M.erntted. Oi eaiirse, lie < itlght >(«ine. or lie'd ne\er :J rived ax he did. but when mixed nitli i'nul Uerlenliueli tlie I'Irst real flKhfer he e »er met—he apparenUy would hiire niude u fair Im'ltiitlon oj prize flehter's irliiisl. J II (in r- lie Speaking of ghosts, sport followers in lola'say that when 1 ila's spriiiiers spot sonu>oni> they I link might j be the hlack-robe(| lern.r. they can outspriut Padilock. or outdistance .Niirmi. "Veil,*' one fan eehned, "aiiil If they'd see hini In the iniildle of. the oeeiin. liertriide Kderle vouldn't hiive fl eliiuire on dis. tiinee sHlihmini:." New York. K.b. .S. (AP tory last night over Kdijl man. in a bout at .Maili.su^i (Jurden, William (Youngiyji to<Iay «:astK but a pale shajli Te-X Kickar<rs beavyweighl nient. His viciory wa.s not i' sive. Stribling cuffed and j^^il way to victrtry over Huff 1-OH ..\ngeles in a bruisinjg. and tumble mali-li befun of t;.IHll), .tlfe smallest of tlie season. ' It: w.is Stribllng's first .N'ew York since" lie was bv Paul Heiieiibach for, )\ heavy weigbi litle last .Ma A majoiilv of the ^xpiHl Hie i^-year-old (leorglaii ^jlx leii I'oiiiiil-!. iiwar<l:iig .^lie ijili to HllflllUIII. but there excltliu llloillelllN lo a wils iHiilciiialed chiefly i: liiillc clliiclilii;; mill Hiapi leilia excli.itiges al i-loie, Hii liioliotiinolls Were I awkward iilieiii.il.^ to lak, Kre,,M|ve side Mild .Si rll IIIIH'-< defeUKi- coiilllerllig the c|o,W A vlc- Huff- ISqiiare ribling Iw over loiirna- inpres- ilian and jeered liolli lioxerS 111 large h'lnv of Hie last ifoiili' i! BOOZE RIINNIN(|; (JANG LOCUfTEI) St. PelerHbliig. Kla.. K''^. opening of an iiivei^tigalioi^ ii) dcal.li of S\i!t. Helen llolbi|ooi< died from piii.-^iiii alioiii two ai:o. led police today on jtji of what lliey said appeaned a ll(|iior riui; in Tampa ai; lersb'iirg direcled by the and llirgcr gangs of Soul his of rough crowd indoor Ijoiil in hippifil lisM gave of the r foi*f e few I hat inrii- . ball- ler.i. fman's lie. ag- steaily lidoed lug a II ml'!. •I 'lT 9 Judicial Pants/2 Warming JPfart^ Ba(l>;" Hiint,Porica Cit^, yYinn jr in Anothii* >ut; i^inother Scoljt Pujgriiist Trims,. Knauppj Fdit .lohii^yi ed ti per round .Mem^r l)e.st won the ; Ponca lei ^n lie Ite- o the. . who M-eeks trail (o be ^li„ Pe- ijlton llli- .Men. dOii'l ihli-aliii the ftlfc: peiieii lo .liibn Cave.i. of .\ki'oii. (>„ t Islei'ed siicJiii paiiL'-'-wariiilli);. fiv(' laller te.xlijled. .itiil lie- Judge •leciiii li'ill coircctiv. )\ii iiiiiiicinl liystji I picture. BRITJsii TO LAND TRp01»S IN CHINA HELEN HOLBROp KNEW GANG LEJAbER . Loirdon. Vel). y (API Tli.- l;ril- isli governnieiij will pir'-i l In ii-^ deteriiiin.ition to laiel n'iiii|>~ :.t Shanghai if iiv i-e;,re-w ni;!'iv. .« there (Oiisiili'r lliJ.l t:;i: <iii.'rgi luy rei|ii:res such aciimi. Tills declfiniHoil w.is !:i:n!v :;i lii'' commmis by I'n r iliiwiiL toi:.:y In iui u • r I'reinit r l!aiii.-^:iv house of .Slandley II to former Donald. I Ilarrisblir;*. HI.. Feb. Ileb-n llolbroiik. whose .St. Petersburg. Flit., is tin I i vj'stlgaiiiiii.; formerly lived i ir'sburg. Hie home of t'lia SOUTHWEST RAIL TROUBLE IS OVER Washington. Feb. S. (AP(—The controversy between Hie southwestern railroads and their trainmen and condiiitors. which has threatened to result in- a strike, i has been settled by mediation. I'mler the mpdlatioii efforts of ("hnirman Winslow of the government medliitioii board, ihe roads and iiiilojis agreed lo a new wage scale effective February flr.Kl, under which Hie employes will receive- an iidvain'i,' of 7'i per cent on Hie exlsling I'HIHIH wage rales. e'r tang le;Hi>T. .^Iie wail a of Carl Slielton, rival ga ig ii<ivv in I.eayeiiworlli pel itejutiary, and also of members of tie Hir'ger i gang. I •Art .Vewiis.jn. a, Birger .1 ani. said Mrs. llolbroiik ' tol .Sliel'oii tab's" and P.lrgi r. taiiali:-ii slii.sgvd her, will: (API-- deiilh al er ili- 11 aril iig- friend leader As a -Hporl, Mleeplechasliig Is cs- seiiilaliy II'IMII HI origin, and Hioii ){li iliirliig the relgii of. .lames I. same sort of steepleclllfKliig look place III .N 'ewiiKirket. In KnKl<i>i<l< Hie first aiiilieiiHc record: of steeplechlislllg Is a meeting In Ireland ill i7r>2i t'liiiniially ..mild weiiHier pi-riiiit- ted' golf lo be [ilayed at Halifax, .v. S., during Hie grealer p .irt of .laiiiiary Ibis year. ta]iali:-li slii.sgvil lier, Willi al n'al'c wheu iie next plef ijer streets of. Ilarrisburg. PLANES AND TBA 1 V I 3 CARRY WITNESSES 1. L. lar STONY POINT AP) e Hie lewest being lliesses ei5llir ililiery ^1 Fairbanks. Alaska, Fel Ihjg leains and atl air| norlhlaiid's [. oldest anil modes of ti'ansporiaiion. in used lo nisli six defeiiKC ivll niarly -lim iiiileH acniss • I .Vlliska lo lesHfy In a iiial^ r I'lllie here. The wlliiesses will. ak • the stand ill bealf of .Nellie i ealtle. who Is ehaiKed Willi lliefl if .'tO.IMin litjgoid from a di)g lean b-arlng Ilniled .'^ aieH malls In .>|ov iiiber. W lllam Sclii.eriii.ivei ,. will alMo go lo trial on Hii* saiife (jjiarge. | o;'eiied deb, from the I the uovern lor ciil.'f ii >i 1 1. >•( the ojiiiosilion. .Mr. Mai I inn.il! I'.ri'l |ite on the l:!iii;'s >|;e.-i h Inoiie by . Iiar.mir- Hint •lit W.IM •pl;!.vi!>u \. KI: fire!" in seijilin-.; Ir:ii)|i.< Ic <'liiii:i. I'llILIPFlSK AimiOlf - IHI.I, SIIKI.Vi:i> TIHIW eliten- I Carl in re- aiilo- II Hie I Wasliinglim. Feb. S. (APi iKiess Pjiilijipiiic' aiiili?tir liill i shelved today !<omiiiitlee.: ill Hie l|ii|l>e In: Tlie \\ .1.. ill..r HUP Ueglster WanlH for results. jabout tals bad creates that he makes if. next shot he as Hagen's Psychology vn^ALTER HAGEN Is one of the W greatest' golfers of all time, not only because of his remarkable ability, hut prqper tempera- mentlas well. Ha'gen may worry shots, but he never] Impression. Rather, apparent that on hl«( will try to'erase thd handica^iof the previous poor oiie. The psychology-of Hagen is great an asset as hi^ natural ability. A lot of celebjrltles can tell • you whht you should do, but they themselves forget.ii^ keen competition with luck breaking agflinst them. Waltbr Hagen is lone of those players wlio constantly appears to practice what he ijreaches. He plays with the sam^ Inflnite care when out of the running as with a good chance, lo wju. • . f The MehtalSide l\ TT is Hagen's tbeoij: golfers spoil tliei^ game on the preen than in any dther phase of pla.v. - ; ' It is not failure a seemingly easy put |y that mo> one to sink a that throws them off their stHdje, but rather t))e worry that is In :ideutpl' to It. "The mental «id( of golf will beat tiie physical (very time, it the player InRists on worrylngj atmut his mistpkes,' says Hagen. ".T)iis is particularly true when the player lets the I allure to'nink a short putt cause I Im to lose hit poise and confldeuc s. 'Losing a shot o^ the green 1^ no mor>_€oatly tbiitt letting one! slip away while In the rough., oii the fairway or in a bunker. "The proper mental attitude is liiore necessary In golf than any ' other game. As for example, long ' putt.'i are often sunk, because the player when making the ehot feel* , he has.no chance and therefore doesn't tighten up but plays lha shot naturally. In playing a short i putt his feelings are Just the ojJ- | posite, often bringing about fall- I ure." He Never Quits "fT has been my very good fortune to have seen'Hagen in a number of big tournaments. ; In. some of these he 1ms come from behind to win when It didn't.seem as if he had a chance. He made it apparent that he always figured had a chance no matter how far behind he was. As ^ result there jis a methodical, painstaking effort back of every shot. ! I am told that in the first I^rlt< ish open in which he played, and finished about issth in the list, never once did | he get careless, even though alt the hard luck in tlie world was l^ls portion. Most piayer .8 would have picked up and quit, titotoughly disgust' ed. but not Hugen. . "I'll; be back (Inter to win .voitf old championKhjip and I want to get plent.v. of prltctlre," Is the way he is «ald to liave replied when someone asked ^ilm why he lindst ed on'playing^ut tliB string. He has-been back several times ; always to the f(reat annoyance o|i, the British cciuteuders fur tta«-' title. spent rsi av at rk Cald- biitclier- il txo llt- t the Austin McFarland, while hei* parents are aiigh- moving to tlie Hammer ^Icl lin| farm. ' .\Ir. Dunkerton of I.,aHbrpi out! to his farm Sunday. Aiisliri .McFarland tiuw for; ICarl Snider Saturday .Miss Sadie I,owaiy speiit 'ijbiirs- daj- at .Ml". McFarland's. I - .Mrs. Kosie Dnryea. wli(){li wo|kiug in'lola. is visiting : honiP of her'sister. .Mijs. Hroiigliton. : liean IJroiigliton and Lbwary helped Karl Si^idc-r) wood Satiirilay. on onhoii al Shel- , Feb. 7. •- |)eali Hroiiglij fiiniily spciii .Siiiiiliiy in li W!ll lln.'iighlon's. .Mrs. K.iui' lleliiis and "Vlrs. ton spent AVtdnesday aft^rn<}oii at Mr. Lemon's. • .Mrs. Walson of HronsrJn Wednesday n:ght and Th her daughter's. .Mrs. Vi\ wi'll. and beli-ed with tin- ing. .Airs. Hraco: Stewatd an^ tie; daughters are visltiijg home of her sister, Mrs :ind: was wood lis] been I the Dean niniie saw -l-Telephone your Clas.sified to IS. Ads IFOR VOl 'K rONVKNrjKNr] WK DKI.iVKK FKKK 1^ |riijs picture ifliiHlraj 1 >ilioiii .lodge- K. K s .ijlirealeind lo llir: Wi'Illy l.l'-lles wn r jHi I'll Willi Hi \!I;TINY RE over This Kich The knocH the p Fort •;»aii cro\v< crowi HIIOW ain-e. liup- |tes what /.csiger iiitiiilii- HII his wlfj. Hie lid be nil ijxi-el- jlidge loi-j this •ORTED of<< A.MONC; CANTONESE .i... • -;i'.ni:-liai. Feb. s\ II i-.l .V.il iiiialiKl (Cantoiiese) 'M>s miiliiiieil \Vi in;;. i\:;i)ii;.-i iroViiice and killed .:;:! ofli>,:>-. Afterward I they ,!• ,i ;ilv,l iHiilieii one sei-tiiin <if • < ity. I',.- . t-.-v of til tiiul 't ii-r--' Wiil.r vi|. i:bin- '.). .>;ill)<'.r l.o-iiital l.APi - Several Inesdav al i .N'an- C, Tbi gov bill w of th tiiilay the Cl can At in Hi) itlie li 1 chief llo Hit ; si-ntei > Cugin Tw( llhe eite b ntty pAsi was k r. ii'iiiiny 1,: ifi ^lii il- r • IIMI.II- liy |)r. I'.i vi|, iibiir '..). .>;up<,.riiitendeiit <)f the \i i!i .ili>: l.o-iiital at .\au<tiaiir. j. !i w:is i-Ii-.se,l i.-.viii^' to' Ii|ostil- tii.\a;-,| UMi-lgiij-!' i by Clijilie.-f i;,>lic:i! U (,•• I i-iiiip s:iid I,: I .--il.' i.'.iii .lli- i! Ill iieiir.'ia' 'd p, \i-r u !MI il I hey 1^ -.1. ^^lllv \v.-j;'!iy C .-,1 .ii.,--..r«e 1.1. I 'I.,.11 1 ell d. r.,;,„iir,|. L Till jilioue yoiiil Dr. Pejden- liiMi paiill off per. instead of ail lii-eii lironi- liiu"--'- who re- Hie niilitjirists tile niissiiiiiar: I \ ClasKifieil Ads DEAtJTIFOL In tfriun— ^ all-ttccl exterior-built lite • tiridge—finiilicd in Kclvia- •tor gray enamel Cannbt warp. CorktxMrd in- •ulated~KcIvuiator exclusiva "Sealtite" conttmction — im- pervitin to moiitute. Every proved device to keep wartii air out aisd cold air in. Compart—56) i inche* IliKll — I ortiner I nonlnred Pill A c of Fl( ' :illd ' w-as i Hiis; an I were j they I homo j 'lay ! Lena Iv bv pita), i childr oil Scott. .AVagn (lecisl Sioux bout h al Ha five o^ and -wintl !::ty. if f\ann., Feb. 8. (.^P) r of Fort Scott over Freeman City', Iowa-, in re last ijight a 1. Wagner haij tl e ediii Hiker vt-an a i.weig! II sav |1 out eiliminoily lOtt Knaiirj bf 2,00 t^hat Il Fort the rounds. Pi three weire eve up-"Babe" Hu U^la.. won the dei^ of Carland. ^j'eavyweight go ing Hun^ 34 po'unds. •d Rich jtrom leiiig the first roum . tit Walter; Dunhilm pt guikied the decision ^ p of Arnia, Kan i. j.^ I people,! the la -gest witnessed a b ixlnig hi-oti, wiis in wllenil- M 'er CiaJV^RETFE PEN TO CORIONEH {iburg. K] "s in Irence Mj brotIi|i begin -moon at Mlled b >i _aly jshortly ilglif. Sliitybe Oarl t, and held r^in tfir Snter this easyj later is offe lodels (one fo^ Jnion and one^ Canada) FREE, startling low chance to get. a kt no cost whaL write the best le ijer about Kelvinatid n. Enjoy the advan — the finest ant 'frigeratioh — comfort and The New "Sealtite" Modell At the iiriie f price in the history^ of ticct 'ic Refrigeration 76li amount of food iitoriiKe •pjre- —OC inclic iochci wide—wonderful riy 5 culric feet — 22 L deep (eiterior ). you DZAt* for amall homes and: : partmeot*. Li«ht—eaij" to ' _ libout — to take with yitS wKen you move ' N-rvr was to attractive, ipa-: ci,*m and useful a cabinet, with elccttic rrfriseratloa of au high n ftiuntlaxd. offered at aucb m L*-prifc. Prop in for a demonitration; Irirn how easily you can buy ou<ii:rMouirhold Budget Plan, or put a Kelvinator in your p-cirot refrigerator. Ifyouja- ice Reliable "Cold attention. To the fbrtunite test absolutfclj imade. Thechaini it, everyb-ady; for .this State .1 WIGNERWIN OWfPEM Igaih- Pep- t0n % tlie l >P«ir In It Of ision KanH. wi^h .EGldN POST Lvlllis kan.. Fejif 8. I wlHi^Whlch I)..'n S. r nor of Kansas -i- slgne^i liji-h briii|ghl about the Knnsa.'i anti-cli;arette WiiH plailed in the archiv • post of^ the Abiei^t- eyvlll rfion. !iieetini| of Hie I.eglonnbires liiemori^l. stadiuiii' last ttigiu used liy the Ktjate'js .•.\e <3utiv< to attach his nam I iloc'nme It was officially pn- 1*0 the lost by Harold C. .Mi represi ntative j from th'e -sixth I istrict. a member bf and [inthor of the cjgaif- H. 'J -i- nlen the III law. Vs lif rHie SPROBE DElATH OF TWO ans.. Feb.,8. (AP.) — luest into the de<iths irdell .MayberryJ ten r, lOarl Robert., six. here at 2:.*?0 o'clock Coroner !J. D. Pbtti't noon. TJhe children a dynanjite Ijoirib a-s a.sle^p in bet| at their liefore midnight ?un- rheir mbther, Mrs. . was injured alkht- lilaht and 1 .4 in a hos- .M^yberr.v, father ol{ the 1^1 Get tUs New Ciibiiiet estranged from jail. f lontesb g 49 each th^ ih ^27 p Cabinelt :ever t <i froia ges o; oldest now. Kel« "Sealtite'^ State in - the bominion of celebration of it* ices. Your Kelviolator you. [just your Sute his Il!J\lESTlGATiON GOLF i..os neliual •you V bald," Callal -Angeles^ Feb. 8. (APrt—Cor- J. Callahan of To led la. Ohio, reinaijied in ;i critical condition j iii a ho.«? lital liere today with a bull»it wduiic in the head ii^flicted onj a public golf links yesterdayj by hU foirme • business associate. JAndr^w Jajikoivski. ,njho'is dead from a self inljlict >d biillet woundj. ; | Mea awhile deputy sheriffs ; an- nonnc 'A their intention to ifurther questi m .Mri. .lankowslu wiio ' is reported by them to have screamed e shot jlhe best friendi 1 »?ver when l»er husband Ishcit do vu sheriffs that giin ajnd fireil at her following an argiiiijent at I the eighth green, but that j.'allahan leaped iii front j of an. She related to i deputy her ^husband drew the her alnd waR shot down Kdward Wells, a' caretaker; tild the d|>ptities| that he heaid' ijbe woman's scr«im and then saw .Jankowski kill was Slid to vous I reakdoWti. himself. Jai have .suffered Wa.'jhingtoii, Feb. S. :<AP )U- Yieldijig t^ advice of his familly and close has d walks form TwI work presid ofi Hie Iff fo timCM friends President Cbolldge [•elded to resume biii .dally whichi are about tUii oitly >t exeri-ise he takes. | \ •e this: week after ^r<-asi|ig It the Vxei -uHve offices. Hie nt cIiOHe the i |lllpse| south White! HoiiHe for his ind Hint by walking jaroundithe ellipMeihe I'd twi inllesl and i^ils li-ng lmen.ijelHed upon as u dally min mum. ' ' MERCHANT BUSY! OtIaWa Daniel! Wl ed his ing alj usual, men Washi .\nd iat the vote ii) for dent. ih Kelvination. electric^re- Its jconveniciicb, he^thfulnjess. paiinty cubes—deiicijolas froien desserts. Ke^ps" without of the con- chkrge will be lifetini-. Try Kelvinator maf ia eauly for anylUin*. vciinale—you'U Kelvinat^ Ip Vou Let us demohsljr^te K<lvinatioh to . you — give lyou a 11^ the information you need to Win. See he priie.^on our display- floor — truly a PRIZE for any kitchen. Then s lend an evening iat home writin [ what you know^ about KeivuutorJ for an entry blai K.C.i$ECTRIC&El|MBIN(| i *riIE RADIO STORE r\em CO. Call today The Oldest Docdesiic Elecir^ci list end. .kow.-jki a n4r- COdLlDGE TO TAKE j j DAILYWALR A$Aliif si roll, thriio cover- Ill has et )a tbik iili be the fir4 wd I AT AGE OF «5 Kan.s.. Feb. .Si fAPI — Fogle.; veteran merchant of llliajnsburgi near here, ceilebrat- '.i5th birthday today by be- Iiis place of liusiue.ss as .Ml*. Fogle • re<-alis ieveral his boyhood wlio j. knew ligton. ; I ew - Jackson was president time oT his birth. His first a national election wai.s cast .lo|lin C. Freeman for presi- deal High Will Humboldt Tboight ijoinght lola hig) 1 team invai Non-League With t Quint StWoing teams have met boldt has b I air^y steady strea rhile Ida has rec eatk. lola at pri^; lavp lit its stride (riijs back a vie onibiisatlon at forv ajrd iVoild.s is a serious poldt'.-i guarding Hc ^i tjhat in one gai hi.sj y .>ar their oppb ailed to make a Tlie men who will| or il<i a are: .McCJu (iiai-di; K. -Funk,. ='iiijk at one loijal Ison o:r MUHH 'or4 'ii^d. If- Dohul will: 111 gained in th )\u\ ijr. «ne •, (an e. •i'lic lolill's! i i-to*y forwaM lola seconilMJ secoiKis In 1 I ' Fray Invade ifor j school's basics' Hitmboldt. time that the '4n running a bf -victories e^vhA several de- sj-nt seema to and hOpes to Humboldt's of the two threat;! Hum. ombinat^on is i |iie they played nent forwards/^ ijit. " jiroballly »turt |rw and Barber. ' 4nter; J "Doc" iindj; either at tlie other Itoii dijes not beviijiHH <if Cham Huni- tU preilliilnary; i meet; a bad te-Iolu' 1 =, iWIlK.V YOUR iJlpHTSOO UT OR YOUH GOES BAb R.C. I ^LUaiBTNG rieiimd PionlibiiigCo. THE RADitr STORE; The GreatlR^souitces 0 Areat To Your our tiilor e ur Through ment.s with \ Pai'k,rPerjhani's ai for tailoringi to yc ; quirement.s, : f)f Spring w ing. you wil PArk'.s inimitable ahsolutfi t)erfecti privilejge for u.s' i opportunity ilieve us. except ional the njewei^t oolen.' Vecei f or y CHARTER HOUlSE • ALSO ON FOR TO Measdre able iqn 'e a sty o 0U arrange- at Fashion to present intlividual re- and finest this offer- 11 of Fashion irilg arid an fit. It's a present and an ti Select—be- WOOLENIS mSPLAY AiLOlll i i

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