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February 18, 1927

The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

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THE lOLA PAliY REGISTER, FRTp^Y EVENING. TORUARY 18; 1J9271 OF MILDRED (ffltl Fli|lli)lr!« j-:ii(^rtid with ' >ui»i»pr anfl PrW^raiii UruAf and SchiMtl .\ot <'4 fiaUiiilay nlcht was »i> he 1 ri'inumberoil hv Ix'is oil 111., r: O. (). K. 4ir| I OI I KOKJjif llilUri'd, TJii cnturtailiifd the Uohok llOXtK, Joycil I'niKral I 'lijoycd itnU llicy I |)ril.v<.'rl iiiid every oiu! \fif KIIJ' D LT . ; Til wiiH Willi Kivei MiH. W «>l)bt.r. Wijr.drijfi and l)v rirclnjstra. Mr.; \V< I'crry L Artit-rk-a. liy al iiiUoa— Naval Ufcilfilioii —LeoJiard - HecitsitiDU —Lnrrlla : Drill I Uy Tiny Tots: Diieti —(llcssuer. an Jirwk.; ' ' • •; Dialogue—Lookii K A Uci-i'jiitioii—Kalpi Dtjiliini. Hoii^jji-HobiTt ht win. Dii'.'ffKU"—Too y^m-.Tff i NrlM>kali!i nighi loiiK llif niciii- Ih'lx'kali I.O. O. K. liliH with a bpoks. Mrf C. lr<'.-<iif, iMi- followiiiK aiiilniiKli Olli|IIIK<Ml ol Jibor. Dawid H'urancc. I 'UBli Jrock. rowu. CI •ouiid Iteriiiition—Jaiiic^e lUyan. I'iaii.ji'i Solo--Kdvyiii SOn«''i-Malo ()iiar»pt Kcv; Mi-. SU«:kncy[ Ca iicy. Uj. j J. Ket'ton.; and ^ lUiiUtion—When K Rlieiimatism Soup- • B UcacjiiiK—Pt-rrv ;nifi ^-aiu»'. Kea .liiik- Kva J .»ll :ff I nalosiK'—SendiiiB a hvk'craii). Pianpl Solo—i^uiille forlon. Jlu .-ji •—On .lK 'slri. Dialoijue-- Tht • Tral Muslfl-MaU- Quartet inp—Helen llii> lis.: i( !)ijnceineiils 5iy > obl<-CJi'aiic rnDer of Kiiests were present..' . Real Aiuii Am and \v crowd I evening,. • Mr. |abd Miss IMtlsbtHTR Willi /.Miss llatkelt •vvlio is; attemiiMR. Kunsa|< State Xor- iiial tlij'ie. .Mr. and 1 licknian stiiyeir al home -rtihile they v^er Don hoy's baliy: is feel eaeh one liosenl spent -Mrs. Jerry spent tile )f the larne I - delightful laikett and \leek end in Kverejtt ferville. past .vvi The I wfir inei ir <lll .-Teji (;licr • Thiir.-iilay <.'V The ISi .lies who Wef" I hui lb liiittdiii^ Mrs.! .Monday Kay. ..Mrs. atlrrnoo .ran. Mr. ^aiid .Siindar 'Mrs. .Mtr Mank Snodpra Mrs. Kail t(le llarkett none; II. . Hall tried s;|l<-s at Ceii- 0(|iel(re<i aiii( .1.- •1 IsiTvjecM ill thi iiav<- riest'd tt] {(dlin Nevilt. afteriiodd «ii >Iont . .Milk-r s 1 with li«r nil Tiiesdiy son rlar! Mr. aiid Mr.< '.Mont nests enin] The •, with •Mrsi WJIIJam 5cott wis ejected as temporary cha rman ahd Miss; Ella C <»4 ;aMta.s teni jorary. sJecretary, letter Was re id by Mrs. B. Knlipht rrom Judge Talcott dffer- InRi{the donation of A number o( A. V. Cbastaiu and •Mrs. immitlee A. ijiklii were appointed to solicit members, the'foll(|winK. whose names be I'l'ad ^ fith Interest by tJiose recall thi lola p( the '8 U H were fh -Ht eirollcd: f Mrs. John JJ. Knfght. Mrs. W. .W. D. Cha.siain. Mrs.i A. Scott. .Mrs. A. .M. Clark. .Mrst k». Mrs. 1 D.sflLott, .Mrs Crow. r.Mrs. A| 1. peClJi ilrs. Nettie English II. Campbell I. Mr.s. f.Urs. U.- Rodman, )t.s and M Tozer.' [Vebbcr. oniJ )Osed of •Item Stiek- .lakc Kyaii. ither Itoile »i|ii!dren. Fanny .VcCIu Ai jhls fir.slt tee I was appo nicijibers wer them, Hon. K contributed a. ont officers secind ineelii .1. c: A. iJakin. JIr«=-Dr,--Heti- . «,l i,. sseif" Alia Mounsir. I .Vettle Evans, .Vettle t, Ella Colwan. Beulahjielmert, (..onic Pancoaft, Lola Smeltzer and Ricetiug a commit- ntcd to solicit meni- iK -ri and at t^o second meeting 38 reported, among H. Funston. who ^tft of $1U. I'erman- Kcre chosfn at the g .a.s follows: -.Mrs. 1. Richard . jiresidcnt; .Mrs. N. r\<ircs. vice-president; .Mrs. Ur. dricks. se ond vice-irresident: Ella Covan. secretary; .Mrs. B. Stevens )n. treasurer; .Miss Neijtk' Scott (ijater .Mrs. C. E.Beu- l-eu:s. before she \V pital at Kansas ;City lien-' visitinK relTitivrs; I'reslon, I'attcisoni .Ml: and .Mrs.' Ira 111- Seliha the .Assoi iatton niim. I oridiii'tiii^ restaurant (• iiii-eliii/;s. .Ir.. spent Mi-y. Don .•^iinda.v; al the pare^ital Kin hciuc. Mr. and Mrs. K aiid'.\rliiu- tiiok dimmer al \\ar;(n.s .Sunday. • .Mrs. Kliiier Kilienj* mother -.ij I.allavpi .Mr, and Mr,--. |/r.| -Siiinlay i vi niiiK itt • yi.u'u. ^ • .Morlaii .Mr.Vdain.s' visTt.ii;; (ler ii /'illuT lent Ither f'riilav in Mo- .Mrs. Kilwa)' |H!( I I her pareij I- Itobinson iii .Mc.Ailaiii. comj s's house Tu< ds visit.d t>,' .Mr. and iir l.allarpe. k>|eted ' Mis. ilay. Uarrision V;ttl>Tson if lola spent ni^hl at I'n il'co Isaac and M I : and Ihi^rry and UeKj.l.oi) la KJir' .Sioll s/ii'iil t^iiiiday at tlie parfjnlal .Sam Mi- .Adaii'is ilolil . I'nslon- I'aUe:---!!! and' l';iniily spi'iil .S,it:i.'i|,ry iiiujlil at Corbill Tholii psoif'.- in lola TJ!(.' Ki-hekah and fa I \orti<n lily and spent ••r I lite iSiiiilaii' Ifus-ell is v:silini;i.lt<.-r .ViiMon .-pent •|e-t (i |i I 'alter- iaiid .il taiiiily .'lie Uu-Ji City I.aMiin'.on liaii iiieetiim at .Toiii Leiv evening, and all : Sood time. tiaines ton I'atter- l.ineidn day Were played iliid read [ Jii.> and and lite .1 ..ioeia! Thursday •lijiiviil 'a jolly t ^uilable for Jleiitiiie day I 'ji one wrote i.-itory. Thv.se at the Ater li| •fSew and So". 1 tilji;^and revealed ing ri o^-gaiiizeil and ilrs. Kli7.abeth F jjesdav! Jifi^-rnooii. -.. I Florence Alonilav and Tui •.Mn> spint Rays .Mrs. .less Veltou am Kiiieaid spent Tuesda .McAdii . .M I llioveiij telepll lelepb ; Air. eiitert Moiidaiy II 11. . pre-^ei iiiii;;- Slierty Vining. one i4 111 s. land Jlrs. r<iro\ on the ;l 'avne )He coinjiany die for tliein pd Mrs:rRollin| lied ' with a evening. Mr Hlaise won hish t family and ; w.re nuite inter Miller were '-jome startling I'iie.j-;. *Refresh- onie Friday uients oi ((una. sandwietn'.*; and :limel foiiil rake serv 111. T!ie f club i> be -'ijakes wer.' irosl.Ml Hn the. lodKCj will I meet . Colors. There wen sixteen ' pres- irme 'i Wed-| om. Tli.' eiitertairitn.'iii' mmmii- tee was -Mr.'- Ueiliiii liii'i -Mrs. Itriick.. a re tilir Dicjii'lison I and I'lev ;ilay at th.- -^noA I • . ' pre~". nt. . ! .\rnieta of. • I'ei-ry Wilriix an • at !'Hank nett .spent i^uiidiiy j M IS. Imion- have R. farmi '• 'I !i' w.'r: S 'pill !:: ' ley'-. ! • 'Ml belli til be < iimiiK'iided on thty pla ^ineil for all Itriinn tind Iter fhe Mill, llpwitt Slid nil.*.! With niusJc" fniMi the nidlo. , i SOUTH OF GAS Feb. It;.—.Mss Katheriije wlio lis aitendinK the librarian and corresponding s-Mrretary: Mr . E. f.. .Mar.sh. as-./f i.;,„pori\, j,,,,;, sistfint librarim. The foregoing , ^.„i,, ^.j,,, „o„„. f,,,^,, • constituted also the board , Harker of Gas ( fty |[or directors anjil from among !them aleiV t'l.' ire-hinen boys' ba-kethall lav niglii. wiiii The Mildred eain.-- will i;ii to Savoiilnirg- day ha-ketliaU witb:lheui Fri Til.! •'ophoiiions ^;ind: fresh iiii;ht at were plaLved. .sandwiolies All ien- lad a party .Monday •hoollnmse.: i;aine.4 in.I i"lreslilnents of mil- puiiih Were serU 'd, Ijovi 'il a ;:oiiil tiini!. Till' doiiHSlii- :irt Ki'Is .'are study im colori and natte -ns^ siiileil to ,iih lii'livldiial. -The.y will iijil^e I dreys •••iH )ir. ; ili-:s I'iirks eiHerta i(ed the or^ with .1 'valentine; party at \V;irreii lioni..- .MiindayiniKlit .;:i 'n. s Were i''ayed ajid| at a our ierre.-.iiii:.Miis ofisandwir -Ijs Kirls' [and la>. kiien the 1 ;"i |en- i .M iwi^ chosen by the' society a "li- ' brary staff" ni ide up of- .Mrs. II. H. Steicnson. .Mr;. .V. F. Acres and .Miss;Ella Covan. The Imafd of trustees was ilso elected as fol- lo\v.s: Mesdani >s Knight. Henderson, Brewster. Rool. I^akln. Steele, Rodman. Clarl. Duffy, .Whitney, J'crkins and Si oft. i.Mrs. Chasta n reports that in company witlrthe other members .of her committee she went up and j down not only the business but the residence streets of lola solicit- ! ^ng membern at a idollar a head uptil a total of $12."; was in the treasury. With this the first ron- Kignment of liooks was bought aiid. w-ith the hundred or so volumes donated by .Imlge Talcott. • was lirojiilly installed on shelves' in a room over tjie .Vorthrup XfinV. whiclt then occupied a little two- story brick building, on th<f site i>f the store now occupied by T. r. the Ciis. Ed Russell farm, i'. .Mowrer who has ilijng, his sister. .Mrs. E. ;T. Wilsiin, ''drunk! farspn Teachirs the week is iiiovilig south been vis- to •his Iowa bonie Wifd-lthis NEWS NOTES \ OFGAStlTY The K« Ladlcf Ler nrp al (.M CAS ( services day niorii School nA'cts at I .HatT.Si ihitt (ine^t 4(^ Ihd .\ldl .Hi^ UngandiCi^es .1. K. Ihurchi rs. A. F ITV, Fc It the M! ing at 'o'rget til 7::!<> at V. .Mary (lies' .Xjili the home of .Mrs. nesday. quilting enr wern The <\a<t !and visitfriB. ."^Irs. E Jessie Hargi-oyc. ly and little daurfitcr'D..'lbri Lew Ch .Atrs. Eli, llylton. -Mrs. Do] Wood. .M .Mrs. .Ui art. .Mr.sj Fr.-inci.s-. ten. .Mr The Rev Rev. Ma at. tlie h I'reacI of Cod iijl nt lo: irepjitned nasday. \Vci wi.ib to tell .Miss "Uayaiid" that jit is not necessary for the stiirsi to be fastened to a wagOn to go tli|roiiBh the .Mildred-.Morali road. SI^' jinayihave lo with Iher FoWl. biit ijhe S'ars go throiiKli oti hi.^h. ast they did. i j IS. 'Jtemkberf; called :ii lib.- ./ |Ui home Sunda.v' aftt-rniion. W. Hotlenian was liaiilin? fijcd lola last week ill. tliii Holten) 1".—Prei chinp E. Church Sun•AU. Tin? S inda) o'clock."Kpwortl .01) un ler the li-ad liy- Benton and Fcrrj i-i«hi|, llol I^eague iif. of Dorot ten. Don't night at by the R} The ''hiirch tiold an all day irieeljinK ai Fridav- liurcH • lecture be M. E. SiWdtf., of the Mellliodisll R. S. Cobl was sjien Thos« E. Wrigli iMrs. John •zein.' Mifs. Ellswori Mrs. Sb ra AVhil!< rs. farn chftird. M. Ro Virciaia Coble. .)imatUi y Sibbit. t>me inK 11 II of ^ Wed witli pres .Mrs JiUiive .•Hr.sl SKYROCKET Feb. l.| ;ind child .—Mrs. Hazel Star en' of Suffllette. Kaiis. tisiting l»er piirent v r'red Krdksirom this week: I .Mr. an and Walt ilibbs's Sunday aftbrnoon. .Mr. and! Nir. iind ago Suild ly, Feb. .Mr. anil .Mrs. ihopplng I .Mr. an^l |ind .Mrs. Job dren Sun Mr. ant •id .Mrs. C. I.; dsborn h. .Mr.s. .^larrif •rnian Dickyrsonj ' oorg Mrs.; aln. -Mrs; .Mrs. Rofii enbaUKhl Pearl. .Mr Visi'ors n ('. Wilfoji. tb and .Mrs.; M. Rus .\larple| Stew |^\rchi . Hoi were sell. .VH -Xt nieetiliK" will ibii held rs. Lew ClJezeni. services al'the o'clmrk. Sunday I dies of- tiie |he of ' mnnity. ^re [invitlil. Iter of The hi by dang Mrs. Joh|n Giimpl Al I rh ! Ci rs, E. frcni Dohhid and Iv.i .Mowre: Fridil rrh wis ndsdiy. night with .Mine and! Ilai;ry iani-:. i- ' i ! Rawleigb .Medieine j asifnt |c.illiHK iu this viciiiity Wi.Wl- werc with eaiidy the J.'ew ate ICS, sj'ljved SI J IH II ir'-.nn .•ilnl waferH II vab-nline styl. t ie:irt-'-li,i!i.i| liox.s avor.-. .\ll enjoyed; a iine. j- ' .Mi:-s Msdin •AiWi: ;i, little va ;ne surprise for the jnniorst (onr .-^:x ininicdiaielj- ahor •(•liiek • Monday .'veniiig.; Th" hig't ' .sehoo! t l^eliool board; bail u uu-eting .Monday v.'n'n;^. • l.ueilb' Dozier s'l as en- in our Bartels. The use of the roomicninu hi;;bl willi Mrs.-HegWoo.1. !llg i;s. .\evi1t .Ir_ liijid;.'e I parly aiidj tMrs. honors', .\M enjoyed a plijasaiil IS to t;he hick list aiid ha? KOII.- b- lonw ill Wt ueigblloirhood. Mis •lav alft II rfyi Riisieil Collins i;nle4 laiiie.l sunn of. Ilisj • ti »!•''' p] gnllii.. ^.liTm • iiiid- v.it\ <'i;ilM<-^j tneiil I I tie- frie:ids w .Mwiiilay .Mrs. : Fanner iii.-rialiied III ' :iieni a joll \lere (ilayi'd f heart .-l |<ke^ AV .-le He'ved, Thlllte pij Marlhinl fllatse, .Mjii;, eve-- the barbers ley Chapel I- W. II R. Nevitt, .1 dinner 'uuest Snnda.v. • , -. M; .M. I 'ill !''aJli "ier :iiid .ijlini visii'.r- .s'aiartiay. j l>i.,ii J-Il ll.il and re;:il ive.-i in liila .S : .1 *111.' hani, ami fpeni Sini.il.iv Mi 'ti-r: Itav. '.Mr. Kvans ni' ( yi.iitiii!; at 111- Fl..j|d Leonard Ilabem taiiiil.v of (;ar- jwiih his sister. gWli .|.l;i and family at .loh'i lUir- leli-lini (':;rrfiii and 1! The fi l.:lii! Mirpi (•••.• ':it,-|elii Itlals. .Iiiiilor Fiirn'i sell Coillns. bi'kahs ;;iid .vein In Tllesd I .Mrs^. l-ec ll <IIIH ;ik -.|r. of Ih.Mrl Ilielllliers^_.« Il -foivii. f .ir their MeW li field, i I lames were plajv iii.rnif,'H*'rvcd ami all a (leljgbtfurtiiue. ai hour -hf larae niinibet pres partei. Wishing .Mi 's. l|nnsaker aiiil ijaii'iily (h a iiinu and littl.i K<ii>' ml r and fi-Melll Mil 111 Marjl r. ' I r lew y iilKJit valeii- Ml's. Mrs. fidks I Line fre-h- Mr<. Kli /.a• r Were I.da ninnly vis'ted 111.la V. 'A\- .Slv-lfl. r, iniill with D .iii- h.Mlli' <'lnef •I'll havo •;iiima R.msiekl spent .M'ni- sp.'iii .S.iin.-il.iy rnoon with .yils. Frainis. at Lee lloU's. , .Mrs, Clitr .i :id afieriiiiii I' iili ill r Cl.ireliei .i\';(^,,•ll .\lvrl \hi|. !• i>ir< aiid IP' I'-aviii;; loi} lllllle f lai 1 i-l >|l" tl einii.iii iniill U'.ijid; : \Ii> K.illv, 'I'llel Vaiidv uriit lo lola .S.iliiid, -were: ' .\li^ y.< vJ lliiiii-at I. I'al bit Til -div. Iiir il li.Mli III' \\'lli!i .|i1 , .l ..|in ll .ll lin I .iriii-' ,h \\ lla \i ||in\ei| III lllei^ ll'iMiId i!.'«le|l. .V (e\i II. li:iil ,1 <,l!e .\|. jll'IM.' .Ill .1 hll'lll I 'fi tejiviiic iiinl Will. 11 .1 Hani ill Inii- in: will- (ii,. i-rm Unaleil I, ,ed. ri'fre-^h-: I 'I'lf K.-ti.-lirili;- I MI ' i preseli! had; ,\|oni|;;y iiialii .-^m n al. la late J Fellows wijr^' pn'sijii' nt de^ ' llinr':. ; Iliijli Scliiiii( success- i:! their new l!i>i!i ;iii;lj'>. lion! was give|; a handker- feated by S;iViiiil>iir r' The sror.-.-.; I lii-;i:;ii. 111.: is Wi's'.n iioine. >•: and t;:iiiilv iitllei • and \ lijle nij n-dir and .Sunday lil .-p. Ill .Sunday i d.iimliter. .Mrs. ave bad a s.fl.' Califm Ilia. I .S;iJlirilay ;ifl- lli yiioldi. II.I .ilid Midi ly .'i er and taniil.v eir 'ie« linlli" it .Milie .v • • •, who il!. r I v'i hiiif.i i Hl-|lle V.e.-^t •!! iiiliiy He wlil •M! I.iille Kim ; will mil.".e on .• iiil^i. •u;i|:tr loilce ; I.I file «»ib|! am; ^|.rr..dj l-radc SchiMil el.il.lr-n cnji if \.il"ntiiies . [Moon. Tin- two prima ;ry rooms leenrai '-'i boxe-; and the inlter- niediate niom ha I a po ^ilofl than:;. Was donated by .Mr. .Vorthrup and f(ir several years the duties ,of II- br.iriun were assumed by ajnum- her of the young ladie.s of Jbl^ who volunteered, now one and then another. 16 spend Saturday aftcJ'n6on al the library giving out and tak- deiiglijlfiil I ing in books. 1 As the library grew—and it grew by the efforts of the self-sacriflc- liic women who constitiited for the most part its mciiibership and who igHVj.' cnteirtainments of one sort ind'ahd another'to raise funds—flu> 'duties of librarian became heav.>- atMl iu 1S.S9 Mrs. William Knapp "was elected librarian and given - a small salary, the first paid librar- .Mrs. , until the i Carnegie building was com- idet^d and llie lola City library, then, comprising Just about 2,000 volume.-", a complete catalog of which in yUs. Knapp's neat hand .londav'aoter-• among the records in ' 'hadi''"' .''"stody of .Mrs. Cbasta^n. was wbers eiit M<mday en ing he spi.>nt iMr and .Mrs. J, II. Carson aiiid dans Iter (ieneva spent Tiiesilay <(v- wltb E. T. Wilson and faini|y. Th' measles have beitn visiting Inj (bis vicinity for .soiiiii liine. i Mr|t. Ceorce Sherwood ait'endled party given in Jola Tuesday <; nevaf'arson returned I'i sibi^ol .Mom ay after being coiifineij to Ijer home f(>r!some time wiilj inl.-aslel?. Mr .Aclien ilriiKKcd tfiirj roads M'edi e.sday. whii-h was i reatly tip-1 prjeci ited. • . \ \ \ fThj' firft fish-het factok-y In Caii- nda has'begun iipera'lioris iit Fiirt i WiUinat, Ont. : : i ! Mi. a nil rey who h; is rbportt-d much bdtter a 'hiircl schoo com S- IlPCIl .Mr. and 1 oi >k d:nn iiindav Mr. an^ Ir. John! mny ;rni laii took r Brooks Mrs. Ira I in Savoi PA iprr are -Mr. and !Wrs. 4i iFTvR 1 Mrs. Jiin Brooks. Fred visltefl at J, R. .Mrs. Wooden visited with famijly visited /iuimeifmau lay. Mrs. Ira Phlliji Beamaii visite ;;eorge Bjeunian's Sunday Roman a week Boniau ^ere burg Saiuijday. nan and •fhil- .Mrs. T6m Zhnnier wiih .Mr. and Bacon and .Mrs. Charles Alderuian r at Rohdrt /Cimmern: Lull .Mr. I at I o 40 aids, jthfy h.-tj* cost iifi of sc.ai chins. S.Ttrips to Hran>W and at lea it^100.0.00. Todii^i at um. .Mrs. Russell Erit son.! •^'•'^s I'aiiline (a autf .junior YAmiaar- iliiiiier with Mr. and Mrs. 'ecil Bai^m of Hun^boldt Sunday. Mrs. Ira: Bacon and: Mr. Philip Bcjamau .culled on .Mrs. <Miarles Alderman -Mr.; am 4nd Mrs. Mr. and Siind-ij-. •Mr?. Mlinda lioldt s;i< Sunday with hocio folks. .Mr. an amily o jVIr. and ebruary nt Wikliind of liitm- SaturdaJt-ei'cn'ing! and 'I -M^s. Herbert Hu.ss! and near Hiiniboldt -viisited Mrs.-^.!. R Hibb.s'Sunday. «'... ! toilet ids for Ymi 'er| yon my pre nicr b«»autjp_ do II JT|t «r, tliry ar^ 1 la your fitninii Theiy biojirht me II fijorio recr i .s a on tbe .'Sia th:it •.•jrriir tintics i \V o who fVk envy i uy yuji::iful bloom ! - ' Jly riiajo i R ri >i \." Yontl^ Cla-: an or «lijiaiy bt.l tia flr; jiii't r,(]'4« yr scient Is wlii'e. .r a n d roniJji^.c .H two cltij -s so! the o helps licaut. an.l f -T I 1 . White brinr: pirl.s. — mini •which :i 111 .1 ri-. St: daln: [till e r| Know iind :jcars fli-ery; — <d at iiiil. |if;ca-, ifi 'liitv •,i Jin 1 ;con- tt« c n ^1 IK- \ , bclp! Ill It o Net, cl 1/.! I rc- ;ir.q,f f Id-. It •i It rltli lu 'e of best h ' for rtiplc^ipn >ie Kpiln rav VoutlJ Clay •j coi-ntloM n s i Jl In 30 |v.'(imcn .<?oem to No lover of i c.H 2Jed 1 ! drop n e w [tberri. t'?n I and i;lic ri.'iult when she Icarii.J can flepldct it. i i ?:yi\Vhlitc Youth n.i-f purr:! sl.itt of] all that rlo.-Ts oi tii;.r.s drawslput tho can: r .s od blacl;..,....„.. or bleniii-jics. It t>ri;i,Ts f Ijojbl )oa to ivhich the skin jto noiir;.-h'iiniC The result is a r.jsy afttj^slow i amazes and deli -Thtis. It lines arid wrinkles, re.lactjs cn pore.-, i Ij never I .'rioiv'j ii pWdiict whi-h Oiil ^•o iniirh so .Jijirklij Ar,v plijl' or woman r. H. t MHIS sSl. hraiityjorj r.u- yoi!!h fi^ijii >f niy:-V.'hifc V'oi I<Jit:ition of niv ortcn thd rcsiil's v.ill licvabit?. ?Iy example tllo.<:e rp'sults ronfiniie a T^'enty-one Priral^ Seldotji ever \\y detentiMi froia ne*s. Nonij lb're win be a ii;(ient-teacl»ers *'an the association bad had. ini..;;ii;; Ihiirsday ijight. witli a!'^""J"' remained librarian ood sp.'al-er. Kver.v'body eom'e. Til'- ji.niiir 's have f^iarted jijac- .I'l 'he'r- play. Mill ex. yed an Vi^itllrs Monday afti rnoon La Mar, Mr^. CI Ml Mrs. MyeisJ Mr Marilvii r.laise. R.i -^s .-ll Collins. Edith Wil>on. Marjiiierile .Mi.rjiiri.' .Sinclair. .Mi^-.-.- Li.ili.ii. '.iiiig and Faust were in I Moiia Lorclla [irence Is .Nevilt. Helen llii!t'in Elliot. .\ter ice. vfere lia.c. Brijwn. liriiwn. 11 nd la Saturday, ass.ocia- II Ail- iiiiiiiiv, tearherf til 11. I I ! Keiineih UaiM'v. wlwi is takii |iorrespoiid'iiee i-iiiirs I- in elecliiealJ,,^ ,i„ „,,„ „ff,,.p „„jj| i,pr rpslgna- •im -nveniiK tiom a ( Iii.-a--'o school, j ,j„„ Wednesday. For a period. •lived spuiial ciiini •IIH I wo'rk lie is iPho shower, folks who wJiit tir ri turned. Lorii Snyder spe it Tliursiiay; ni ;:bl Avjitb Rosoti I.e\ is. Mri. ;Denna ..Miller. .Mrs. iThur/.a JJ'i.vt iiiT .Miss •.Meribe h' .\te'r. .Miss Opal Heath and Ei gene. .Miller •wen', to lola Salu day .Mi.ssos .\'er:anj.l Heath atten led the ciMiti- ty, tijacliers' meeting. Jlii ,a|nd .Mrs. Lewit TeXilS; to l \an>| to^ Topij Clarefice •3.. -Mrs. Kansas HaroM in! town rai'l have] \\ Mi^s Momjiiy toir-J , Th' Mi .Mri!. is h v.. V M. It;-::'.'. I li.>li:iske(li a! .Miidrel: I'lie ( pop<:orii a:id •game Kriila.v Till' .liiii'iirs and were eiilerlaiiied w] iiarty at t 'l- .Myers eveni'ia. It was a fer .Mary Hunsakt; inn .Mildrei".. • Th- i;irls will Wilson Went as City ThurHiJay and went practice Tiie-iday ka from iherft j . a|ieri:'><>ii-.- .if .t-:- s.- Warren i^ im the sick The att"ndame i ! last week in spiti W. C. Lewis |was taken to •lion .yf the ri'.nK- :iv.- Mid ';oi;!. w:is ot Citv to the lio.ipifal. lirurv i? vfsitine friends ; •-• ' i • ' • f^t Ivcvvisand faiiiilv of lola i ;l en visitii;s rjelatives here, . i-. Emma Ronsick spent Thurs,l;,,v wit{h .Mrs. Harvey- Patr:ek. Mrl itjid Mrs; Fred ( and Tuesdav indies' Aid .w Mrs. Link W of Cob: lip her iV'idlev'. nd: Mrs. I. i. Leeper •re visiti'i E -I L ^>wis JiJid fi aldwell spent ;it Carol 11 lit- II meet wi'h •rft Thurs•^aJ.. >ra'lo SpriiiRs ister. Mrs.! ('<).'<.>Ry !;ii:li si bo, •me 'ba: wa-; In I: ednesday. the Itlh. the b.iii road ?I will le phi Tlielm:i K.-lley w •;i i!i)id Tl'.iii-silay. • Th'..-e V 111' re, c fion- I '.'ujjv Cri.i'ly aii'l .\'ali. ! ri:r," 1 them very nJiiili. 1li» buys had ln '!<eMiall prae- iL.' Monday after M I IOO I. » Tlir sopboniores had play prru i t;ee Thiirsilay nith?. mily of lula ; The sophomores iiud seniors de J •N<ile». ' .1111^ Were de i; Fridav iii^ln ly- \>.--l". irlvU il! ;.:aiii.'s were A. A. served at • t:u" fi'oiii her .ris get Ml-. Wa!rr.|i I'ex.i- |ri ;(irs-l.iv and -chiiol uoilv Friday, a ii|.-.i.i.-iiii nip but bai k on the job. \\\\. Lois .S'iivltl iiiti.-i;(ii(ei( (.,r her whili.' nhe •jias (t'l.-. Kolieit Ciiii 'iiiigliank Jiad a (iir- Ipi l^e birtbdji.x parlv jSatiiiday jaft- icoiiii. (1.1 »af iiliie vear.N Jold. leinlatbin [•lin;;. ;i;<lirlle.d rtisiinied She rcP glad III triin.sferred to its present qparters and the loJa Library association irasscd into history. .Mr.*. Knapp continued. Iiowover. to act as librariaii until p trained •professional librarian. Airs. Armstrong was employed tor the work. .Mrs. Armstrong was succeeded by .Mls=! Hattie. Osborn who was ^suel•eede(l by the present very effi- I (lent librarian. Mrs. P. H. Cass, i On account of her long and useful ; afisix-iation of the^ Library. Mrs.; ' Knapp was made a member of the ! ''\ \ board of directors and continued I Fumi qui Koi CALI Years Expcriericr 'oitaierly ot Ors., CleTeUind & Wlla; Di lUla: Dn. Uilli & Tboropson: Mills 'bompion & Ifljers; On. iMilla & M7ars. : Now Operating The Finest Sanitarium In the SoutJiweal I llocaled on tse tlilid ( I OOT <if the Unto i ationil BanH Balldlng—Tonr blocks •xf ffo^ tbe Dnton Stjtloa. ( ' \lichita, Kan. Everj Convenience fbr tienVs Comrjotrt Fix Iqqipm^nt Throtishou Double RJDoma, rlemored >^!lhoud ing,' tying ures Bat Cub-able Cai^s Aec spied BATBS iiURpniSIMOLY SEASON ksis. OR WRITE Pa. and IWarda jcut- or b^rrting. . busi- Piill Tleasc ifry it. An;.- ti|lct ciliintr-^ I supplies |Kdna W.-.iln,, 1 White yoiith < 'X^- at .'".nif ; the poUpiin will l.rinfr free, nI.';o( m.v l!e;-!)t-,'^ , vill alw.ifs t ••'•': f. For Trf'l Tr -V'lti:! I < - .1 l :....jii. th<» it-.. It head-T c.orplviis all ajr^cd n K."ip :new ut 'liT |e ap- -,C'»r. >?em bnhc- ;-Iiowj id intto.rsc. Ho nd $1. O • b'bii al iJiook, iper'.T tri-i To I -cll in PlMB i^t Weakness Perhaps J3rou areiOiio of many who an* convalescing after for r ;ioM.- pie, 1 111 win 'l';tMm'll lirfiHii. \V.i(l. l.-iov Iteyii ^dd .. nil l,l(;»d .S ||iel ;jlr. .bdlll Hid W:illaed Duiii'iin ,'(ii .d lime il|lld -^ L M I I time iMjipv ; l.irthd :iy T'l.' liov ,_iii Mr.», Vi ' -1,11 lini; :\Mirk on lov-'. Ti 'i'-- h;ive In ... ;iiise tliry Were IIIiI: aw,'-. ; Til" .-ev.'ii!ili gr .iii Home fine note bookft ejv. .\iiyniie mit;lit y\ lie til. ler.ilil ;i!r'liik reliirtii s;iiidwielies niebt kliower for li.-r .Miss. Listoii Jth a Valentin.' ;honie: Th'ttrsday fari'well party who is. leal- 1-askeihal! Wednesdjiy very gool the londi- ev. r i :i a'l my life liaVje I suili a wonderful ;nedicine as ^\"i:-"n'.> .Stomach Remedy. It iToiiglit ui" out of a Iphysical on- iitioi! Jiiai I t!iou;»h-J hopeless I ^vas t.-rribly run' d.-iAiii and could :i.i eat wiUiout afterwards suEfer- 1 lalleii off lb.. .ve been p!a.v;i-l oil ai-irount .•ire i!,i| yed j ,;. lll.-e -ll in-m . I'll '.;lleli;'!Kes I ..Mildleil .\!.-.:;ii!-I.>.\ apjire- Praifier. Walton, •• lair. r (ird .Slnv Nbk llail . All hi.i therefore, of more than 40 years, i Mrs. Knapp has been officlallv as- j soclated with the. lola Public. 11- j bj'ary under whatever name If has i Ktiuc ami Is ampug the number of | those whose modest but efficient aiid self-sac-rifielng activities have eOiio to the building of a lown like lolu. ! .\ <i»i«d liPi ^lnnlnu'. i j l,)i)ilor - Madafti..; your biisbund j ni'iHi have Mbsoliile reMi, 1 Madam--Welf, doctor, he won't ley. ten .lo mo- Hocior A verv . ;'oOil lieK'nnillg. ItolllTl llli .in en 's V' iliclr will 1 delayed ide to has fiiii. in phy iell be my lom Ideii beget ihud ioll- iiiUYidam: ii very good beginning. pijoud I • il to scliifol Moiii'.ay iifl.ir an a.bjieiice• on ! aC- •oiint o! --i ikiie.-s. I f\U-< i-'an-t's pupil.-f had a fruit Hisre's Real Relief From Neuritis In ^1 to Hours Pafns Arp Often Relieved nnd You (let Kest ahd Comfort .\gaiB. a troublesorne cold or that your strength is a At such times it is al and nothing, quite equal s pure build strength ih place or possibly thdr low ebb. l-impoitant that you be well-nourished, or weikhess. grippe and ei^uisihed cpd-Iiver oil to\help OF PURE VITAMIN-TESTED COIt>^LiVER hdt thousands usb is the effective Imeahs establish health: and vii^or. (^oiitaining ^s of I health-prorio^ing cod-liver oil velry help the tveaMned body needs. It you ar^ (^nvalescing trom ac^lJ, cough, . grtppfe or Other strongly recMiherid the fegtlar use \EmuiBion fo{ at Uast thirty days, Scott & Bowne, Bloomfieli ; U. J, 1 .Mor.i^ay iiftern. UK IS FIIK AVfLStlN'.S :>!<>MAt H ia::)iKi»Y. i:i a 'l ion. tic. 1 triid everything tha bought v.onld iiive |ne relief IO;1I:I:B se.jii. d !o help nie i I but ! ntil lu-ard . f VV 'i '.siinV Jjiomacji Kem- dosts rieli^ved dy. Tbe v. ry first lie. 1 liave taken tli nil f''eiiiic fine Bel or Wil.-ioa's Stomii •^imud: .1. 15., Van.Vo ree Imxes eve me. I h Kenied; and am STOMACH REMEDV For s:i!e by Brown'.' Drug Store, 'iiiik'^ liiiij: .^lore, h'ry'ii /Hrug L<ti.re. Torturliig pains—the kind that pierce and burn aji.^ never seem to let up—thai rob a inan of his sleep -•that make him jiist a bag " of nerves and all worn out. ,lThose; are the pains that dope and coal lar prodycis can only partially relie\'e. The safest and most efficient way to, get rid of the persistent, nerve-rbcking pains of .N'euritis Is to get a bottle of Alienrhu Special Formula .V6. 2. Be sure yoii get No. 'Z. Which comes in capsule form. Take these little dark green capsule^ as directed and in-alK)ut IM boui|s you should be able to notice thiit they have considerabl.v reduced if not almost banished those severe, torturing pains that have caused you so many sleepless nights. Continue for two or three days more or until you are satisfied with results. lit doesn't matter how long you may have suffered or whether your .N'euritis is in the shoulder, a,rni. neck or legs, Alienrhu Spe- c'ial Formula No. 2 .should gl %-e you speedy relief. Cook's Drug Store o^ any good drngelKt will be glad to supply ydu. . Elderly te(yp\e Thcri I! a sound therapeutic why Fojey's HtMiey and Coirlpound for cougha and colds is especially suited to the ne^s of elderly people, j , Because! il conuins no < hlorofcjrm, nc opiates to jcanse constipat oil (that bugbear of advancing years).: nd to tlry up' the natural, necessary sec 'etionsJ i Mildly laxative, wonder ulty sqothing ^nd healing to the irritatei area, Foley's Honey and Tar Cotnpoun I is a fine de- pendabie-^mily medicine for all coughs •nd throit irritations, Ii i^eri.-i^j"flu" coughs iand disturbing ni{ ht coughs. Exactly suited to die needi o, 'eider ly^ people \sHoney indTar Compouiild I : SoJd EverywheYa iiitDW.Vi i>Ki"(; hron find LET JOP[ ! D > ijf! Joiics Electric re- to help it do^s a wpilth vitamins it is the respiratory infection-]-we THE BEST— YOU^ LAST TRIBUTE of Scott's Our Memorials meet ekery requirement of good jaste in desi^fn and ivill appeal to the nioj^t fastidious pw- er. WILLIAMS MONUMENTAL WORKS 301 iSoutli Washington, Ph |Dne 676 .

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