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PAGE FOUR NEWS NOTESr OF MILDRED Ladles*. Aid Senes Lnnch at Smith ?. Snle^Preston Tatterson i Loses Fiiiger^SchooI • ITotes. • i 1 Mildred has escaped contagious diseases so far but, at present is ,.^ndergoing a selge of the measles, j There ^re a number ot cases In i;indi arouhd\^town, but no one Is , seriously, ill. i . , : .Mr. aind Mrs. iAtchison ot JefTer- ; ion City, -Mo;, i are hjere visiting Mrs. Frankie " Houston. Mrs. Atchison was formerly Miss Flos- :;ie Stephens. Word has been received of the ieaih of Fairy Piles,-who formally :ived here. She was married but Ve could not learn her husband's :iame. Georgia • Piles has been ' 1 here helping care for her. .Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith spent Sunday night at Clarence Isaac's, i .Mrs. Zclla Brooks ot Blue .Motind spent .Tiiesday at the parentalMell Adams home. ' . \ \ Mrs. ^ibbett, one ot the state W. T. V. workers,! lectured at the Church Sunday a week ago and \ those who heard bir say she gave a fine lecture. She spent Satur- (lav night with Mrs.. Dora Holeman and sevc -ral of the W. C. T. U. ^nembcr.^ spent the eieuing with licr there I .Bert Cooper and wife, who have pven living cast of .Mildred, have moved on the Bills farm. ] -Mr. ami Mr.s. M. J. Kceton went to Blutf. -Moundr-Sunday to viait Mr. and Mrs. "Ben Keeton. i Mr. and Mrs; Will Smith. Mr. and Mr.'?. John Bj-num, Hoyt and (Bynurn, June Dawson suid Hunt were guests at iHeath's Sunday: i "Theodire Cutbirth has returned, from Nciv Orleans. ' The Uiv. .Mr. Stickney left Tuesday njgjit for Topeka where |he will atteTid the district conference. ' Charlc}- Spillmaji. and family j^pcnt Siuiday at Sam Spillman's. ilr. aiijri .Mr.?. Cecil Charlton were illnncr ijue.sis' at the Ater liome iiund;n-. ' " ' j I.ioyii jRurris and family moved from tf )Vvu onto tho< Lacdy farm Monday. i The Lidies' Aid, served lunch at . the Fay Lance sale JTuesday. .Mr. and Mr.s; Fred Caldwell will move oh the Lantz farml -1, Mrs. AVillie HasUngs. -who has been ill for some time, became >or.fe .Monday night and was hurried fo the hospital where she was nperatod on immediately. Word has been received;from the hospital today (Tuesday) that she stood the operation and is resting nice- K- I ' Bernico Claudine Millard Iv. Word •Sol ma t ha.s passed away, ibeen has been received frofti at E. C. Dudley's father .'d away. Mr. Dudley has there -several days helping 1 :<are for him.: .Mr. and Mr.s. Uoy Dark iand son, •: Joe, of .AlontevaJlo, Mo., Mrs. Daisy Swartz and daughter, Minnie, of Butler. Mo., Mrs. Lulu Geer and SOILS, Cfiasar and Frank of Kin" ;hart, ,Mo.. ..Mr.s. Sallle Sharp of iNevada, ; .Mo., and Mrs. Attlcman iof-Moran jvere agiong those from lOut of .iown who were hero for iCranilp^ Hugjies's funeral. I Kngeiie .Miller ha* the measles. I Ksmnnd Rich came Sunday to iniiike his homo at Donica's. Paul and FI OSH I O HIchhavc made their home at Donica's for several years iand they are very happy to have their brother with them. I Clias. Spillmnn' spent Saturday evening: at Kd Hite's. f The saleii manager for the sale that is belne conducted at the • John Barley store, came in Saturday from Lincoln, Nebraska. Tlie Kev. Mr..Stickney preached his furewoll sermon Sunday. 'He •will not return here next year.* Mr. Stirknoy and his family are well liked, and we regret to see • irhem leave and hope he secures a Kood appointment. . Mr. and Mrs. Sheffer and Mrs. }Iufton visited relatives in St. Paul Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. David Woodruff and rUchard drove to Waverly Friday evening and visited until Sunday with; John Nutt and' family. Mr. and Mr.s. Dick Woolery of Kincaid (ja'ied at Rubel Sinclair's Sunday afternoon. Mr. arid. Mrs: Leonard Brock vistted in' I^aHarpe and lola Sunday. Mrs. TrlejvS Nevitt is teaching at Rising Star this week. The •. Star teacher, is ill of meiasles. ; Rubol Sinclair and family spent Sunday afternoon at Don Ray's.' •, • Glady.s Brock is staying with brr aunt in loli. - • Mi-, .and Mrs. Estell Dixoh and Mrs. : 7.,pwis Wilson attended ; the knife and Fork club at Em : Booher's in Kincaid Friday night. • l Mesdaipe.s Barley; Burnett, Knight and Nevitt went to lola Friday. i ;Miss Emma IvOng spent the • week-end in Blue Mound, i : Glen Crawford spent th" week-, ^end at his home In Glrard. I ; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holeman have moved on Theodore Hutton'a farm: i • i Thf Sow and So c'ub met wrth Mrs. H. H. BlaiKe Friday afternoon.'Delicious rofresh'pients we're .served arid all enjoyed a delight- fur^ artcrnoou. Those present wiTo: Mesdanies Carrons, Collins, Furnifft. .Harris, I.,. - E. Wil.«nn. Riiy<j>. P.-|ttpr.son and "Dixon. .Miss K^ther Ronsick, who is a ; nur«<- at St. John's hospitaf. canio I out lionip Thursday and stayed un' lii .Saturdiiy when she was'called away on a case, , . Mr. n. n. Xcvitt has opened an nfflcp in Moran. ; K. r. Dudley has been at Selnia hincp Friday helping care for his fatlwr^ who' fs seriously ill. Norton visiled at' Preston Ptiter- son's Sunday afternoon. i ' i Mr. and Mrs. Estel Dixon «nte/- tained wflfh; a bridge party, Ftriday evening. Refreshments were jserv- 0d and all present had a delij htful time. Mrs. jFYank Thompson and children spent Sunday with .Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ev,-ing at Kincaid., • Robert Bills is ill of nieasl ;s at the George Ruston home. Mrs. Bilis is here taring for him. Mrs. W. O. Knight of Garnett spent the week end-iat John Barley's.-. , Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith ipent Saturday at Theodore Hutto I 's. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. L-ock of lola. called on Preston Patterson Sunday morning. alrsj Gill Ruxton called on Miss Emmai Ronsick Friday after loon. J6hriAie Haberbosch attende 1 the lola really Register carrier's banquet given at the Saunter Inn followed by a line i>arty at the Celly Theatre, Monday night arid re iorts a delightful jtime and .Mr. Wil ianis a: royal entertainer. .Miss Benita.AVuff of Ga-nett spent the week end with Mrs. R. R. Nevitt. Jr. Doris Dickenson si)ent Sunday with Glessner'and Glcndola Brock. R. H. Sinclair and wife ipent Sunday evening at Don Kays, ;• '' Mrs. Joe Lowe spent last fteek In lola.- : . Vi'] Mrs. Tom laewis' and daug iters and Lola and N'avcllne I'ugh ; pent Sunday . afternoon at , jcott Brown's. Oney Ro.sehrook and family are moving onto a farm neat* .Moran this week. 5 Mrs. Ira Norton was shopping In lola Thursday. ; Russell Reynolds and fainlly and Janis Ryan were ' visiting near Xenia Sunday afternoon. ». jMr. and -Mrs, C. E. Ixjckeiof lola spent Sunday at tliL« Clarence Isaac home. ' ; EM Hite and wife spent 'Sunday afternoon at the Clarence ' Isaac honie. Tom .Fowler of Goodrich spent Sunday at the V. O. 'Lamar home, Mrk. G. E. Sinclair and Mrs. Russell Warren Avere shopping in Ft. Scott Saturday. The Ladies' Aid served lunch at Will Smith's sale' l-'riday. Mr. and .Mrs. . Smith are moving to California. We wish t lem success in their new home. Miss Ona I^ee Sutherland, primary teacher in the Kijitaid school and her mother, Jlrs. I-T-ank-South- erland, of Lone Elm land Miss Mildred Claris were -dinper. guests at the Ater home Kridiii- evening. David Bennett of Lafcombe Alberta, Canada, is hero \^siting ilr. and -Mrs. Earl Sheffer. | Miss l5lanche Bennett of Parsons is spending a few; days with .Mrs. Earl Sheffer^ j Mr. Und Mrs. Cecil j Charlton, who have been living on; the Lacey farm, moved Tuesday to a farm near Lone Elm. 1 \Ve Tare sorry they are , leaving ( our Commuiiity. Mrs. Gales. who'ha.s been visiting her daughter, .Mrs. Elmer Biberis, has gone 'to California, Iwhere siie will make her home. Amos J. Hughes, who died at the home of his daughter, .Mrs. Lula Geer, near Rineh'arl, .Mo., February 20, 1927, at the age of 77 years, S months hnd !» days, was hara near Sedalia, .Mo.. June 11, ISVJ. He was convprted at the age o? •»1 and Joined the .Methoijisf »hurch^ In 1S70 he was united in inarriage lo .Mary Jaiio .Moore. To this union six children were born: Inez, who died at the ^go ot eight years; Lillian Dark'of .Monlevallo. Mo., Lula t;e('r, npar Rlnehart, .Md., Daisy Swartz, near Butler. .Mo.. ..Mary Powers, Ccdfm Gap, .Mo.. Uml Henry Riley, deceased: al.so two grandchildren whdm'he reared. Waller .Hughes, of .Mildred, and Edith Cornell, near Butle;-,^Io. i He leavj-.s many relatives and friends to inourn his going. Including one br.btlier and one sister, twenty grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren. His wife.preceded htm"in death a short time, ago. The body was brought lo tlje home of his grandson, Walter Hughes, of • Mlldredl Monday and the funeral services were conducted by the Rev. .Mr. Stickney at the Methodist Episcopal church Tuesday. The Rev. Mr. Stickneys remarks were sustaining and consoling to the sorrow stricken relatives. After the services he was laid to, rest by the side of his wife in the beautiful city of the dead, which is out on the hill just across from. Fair ]\'iew Chapel. Grandpa Hughe* has visited here and those "•*— *-- ^eel that he was a are sorry that he from life, and ex- to the relatives. NEWS NO OF Ur-:Ni>nnily THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. SATJUItDAY EJVENING, MARCH 5.1927; ExamlimtlonH Thun* at School- ^day and Frldayl house— Xrs. iLoos to Xebrashia. GAS CITY. .Mar. 2.—Mrs, .MatUe Ix>os of LaHarpfe spent the week end with .Mr. ami Mrs. Leslie Beed- ink before leaving for Nebraska where she will mak 5 her home; .Mr. and Mrs. toju Briit of Blast Gas annonncc the Mrth of a daughter. . ; • 1 The bi-monthly exkmlnatlons will 1)6-held at the;Gas City, school Thursday arid Friday. ' The .M. E. ladies {spent the day at the home of' -Mrs. H. Hylton Wednesday. .\ dinner was served at Jioon cafeteria Style to 15 members. The day was | spent'in visitj- ing and quilting. , In the absence of the pastor, Jonathan C. Wilson, Wilbur Hawthorne of lola will breach Sunday at the .M. E. church at Gas at 9:45. Sunday school at 11. Everybody welcjime to these services.. ..Mr.^. J. C. Giffin ind daughtersi .Merle and Dorothy, j.Mrs. Dell Adams. Miss Dollie Adams, Mrs. H: W. Chiiney, .Mrs. Frank Nogle. Mrs: Lafe I.^ne. .Mrs. Geo'rge Sherwood and daughter Francis, and { Miss Usta Switzer attendcjd the .Motheii and. Daughter bunqudt at the First Christian church in lola Tuesday night. Leroy, Searcy and | Fred Shipley are absent from' school on account of illness. Mrs. Dell Adams and Miss Lutiq Adam's motored to Re Ifield .Monday and visited the former's grandmother and mother. | Mrs. Griffin returned with them and will spend some t<me with her daughter, Mrs. Dell .Adarii.s: .and fam|ly. Preaching at the Chlirch of God WORKMEN j:vi(rr coo .IDGES at 11. Sunday school morning. at 10 Sunday who met him good man. jarid has been taken tend syinpithy -May they find (jomfort in Him who said. "I go to irepare a place for [in Roc^c Creek district. C Ronsick and daughter. Miss Km na, attended a birthday din- I wriat. the home of Mr. ahd Mrs. Frpd Schnable in Kincaid 'Sunday; Preston Patterson had the misfortune to have his finger am'pn- •tated'while, at work, one day last week. He (was taken to the lola hospital, but was able tri return iiiome the next day and isl getting " aloilg nicely. ^ ••. Mr. and Mr^, Porter of Kincaid Bppnt Saturday night at Carol Hutton's. • Mr? F/m you." Grade School Notes. Miss Long and pupils went on a., hike . just nftcr school Washington's birthday. They took their suppers and had a gopd time. The l>lackl>oards in the primary room have been treated to a new coat ot paint and the little folks are enjoying them very much. \ Some of our pupils are absent from school on account of the measle^. , Lola:Pugb spent Saturday aft-1 ernoon with: Janis Ryan. The third and fourth grades were entertiiined by the first and second grades Monday morning. Marie Perry spent Saturday morning with DO'ris Ray. Earl Isaac spent Saturday afternoon with Leo E<1 Spillman. Rodney Harris spent Saturday at the GUI huxton home. June Harris visited Paulini Miller last Satuif,day. Bi-monthly eiaminationsi arj this week and tht third anl f.jurth grades are planning to m; ke booklets as a pait ot their examinations. 1 , ' The third giJiie language student!= are studying poultiy. They are now making chicken posters. The fourth grade gieography class is making product]maps ot the New- England States. Walter Walton, .Vadine- Raney and Earl McAdam drew the maps. ' The parent-teachers ^ssociatlMi was held in the. high school atidt- toriuni Thursday evening. Jud^e Forrfest of lola i gave 4 fine address 'which -was muclh enjoyed. OLD CARLYLE Mdr. 1.—Report olj Old Carlyle school for'the month ending February. 25. Number days taught 20; number pupils, 11; average dally attendance, 10 plus. Those neither absent nor tardy: Charles Upshaw, Raymond Hill, Marjorie Hill, Meribeth Applegate, Christine Upshaw, Clifford Gllkeson, Raymond Upshaw, Richard Weber and Maxlne Upshaw. iVo were thankful for a good ev- entng this time for our pie supper. There was quite a large attendance and the proceeds were $15.95. Mrs. Ollie Sutherland held the lucky number and received the cake. We w,ish to thank, Ollie Sutherland. vilm ca.n}e out f^om lola to auction the bo:^cs, and-also thank the Misses Fern Roney andl Bertha and Frances Archer who jso kindly assisted in the prograp). There have been several changes made in this district |lately. Lonnie Shapel is| moving onto .the Keown place recently vacated by Carl Gerllrig, who moved : to a farm northwest of Qolony. Fred Stephenson and family haVe moved to lola and the John Tipple family ha^fe moved onto the Dr. Christian farm. Several of the neighbors attended the Gerling sale last Thursday afternoon. I .Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kelly and tlje Weber family spent Sunday of lust week at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Kettle. .-Miss Fern Stephenson Is out of high school this week on account of having the measles. Several from this neighborhood attended the reception at Carlyle Monday night for Mr. ahd Mrs. Hurling and family, who have moved to Missouri. We are sorry to lose these good people from our community. Mesdames Iva Vezle and S. E. Riisscll returned last evening froni Ja;ie, Missouri, where! they took Mrs. Harling and children. They report more -now there than here. They drove the 17& miles home in snow all the way. Mrs. Russell has friends and relatives in Joplln and Ft.*Scott, so! they stopped there a while. « ' Mr. S.E. Ru.ssell took Sunday dinner at Weber's. Ruth Applegate was a Sunday visitor at Mayfield's. | Mr. Upshaw has been having his silo filled and his threshing done. .Mrs. Russell and .MrsJ Graf heln- ed Mrs. Upshaw cook I[OT the men. Miss Daisy Apple^te spent Saturday night with Miss Nina Pereaii and on Sunday she and the Percaju family took dinner with Morrowjs SAFETY TODAY UES IN POWER stalled Engine Is Passing Into the Discard i Rapidly. Increasingly, the motoring public is coming to recognize what progressive manufacturers apd engineers long have believed. Po.wer is becoming niore and more 'im- iwrtant as a safety factor. The stalled engine is passing into the discard, and overpowered cars are: becoming the rule rather than the exception. There is a very definite reason for this trend. ;In the first place, the majority of those who dri\|e cars today are not electricians, engineers or mechanics, and it is "unreasonable tojex- pect them to motor in such a way as to give their engines every iop- portunity to perforpi' their finest; It has been found that tlje best w-ay to meet these shortcomings of the public is to jirovide an abundance of power. ' It is interesting to observe jthe part the airplane is playing ' in changing the automobile line. Now considered a necessity, tlje multiengine passenger aeroplane lias come tt^ stay In the more successful lines of air travel. The imperial Airway, which, now is in control of. all fcnglish air lirie.». accepted an oper.^ting loxs ; of $I(».S..=;Oti in order to replace Jits one-engine planes ' with multi-engine types. An official of the cfim- pany is reported to have said that, the single engine machines were -Men's hats in rich grv.'ii sliaili.'.s ixcellent. but that they were tak-i popular in London iliis spiiii^- : 1 ' ' ' ' • I en off in order to provide better Bervice. from j the standpoint of safety, and reliability. Much of the scrapping ot~ American cars in favor, of their j '^ore powerful successors appears j to be but a reflection of what i.s I happening ini airplane transporla-! ^, i _, ^ tjon. rt not only is a ca-je ot buy- LomRany uses Morc rhaii.. ing a new carj to be up-to-date, and to enjoy the numerou.s happy iai- tures which tiie 'later cars provide, but the more; iniportant feature af the .whole trend is the repl;u•^^- ment of the;weakling tars by llitj safer and niqre • powerful ones.- It isn't a'question of- buying a new and more powerful car i-> "burn up the road."' but ratluir to enjoy those advantages of sial'ety which only a more powerful engine can provide. GRAHAM TRUCKS IN HUDSON BAY 100 in Canida and Other Lands. Tiif :liiui-i()ii'.-; P.;iy Coiiiiiany. nlihwi iiicoipor;!ti-il ( onmiercial. or- !;:iiiiz:iiii)ii in t !i>- AVHstern Hemis- pln re. is now- oiH 'ra!ing-a fleet of iun li'O. C'raliitni ^Brothers IDEAL ROAD IS FAILURE TODAY Nothing better than motorfng il- lu.strates the point that humaniiy rarely knows, vhen it'is well off. How often has every driver wi.-li- ed for a marvelous .stretch of highway built without any cros^s mad;;, blind driveways .afid (liinK ..Ti>ii.s curves, without appreciiUing liint it might 1 )0 the very Ihinj? lie waal.s least of all? In the Ka.st tlicre i.-; a iT .-niii-- iroad built like a railway.*A nominal fee ;is charged to CIII'T its right-of-way. Tiieie are ri<> ; laws—noth'ngr to iinimy oye. And yet il i^; not a siitn-es-;. One could lie ditdied and stranded on this roarl and no oiif: wouii! know.it until it was loo lati- i.) ln' of assistance. ' more r.nick.s mil commevcial <ai;a. . "Tiiis fact is e.<pei i.tily signifir r-.f.ii to all n-.'i-.s of triic'cs.". says .\. I.. y-]\Ui^ of the i:i!is .Motor Co., Idi-iii |)i>ciee Bnithcr.-i dealer, "when it is realized that transportation has heeri the ereatest single proli- It'ii of llie fanioirf; (Canadian coni- paiTV since its incorimratiou 2GC y. ars apo. •".\sifie from tlie kiimvu • satis- fa( tory peri'.innaiire of (lie truck.s- theiiisrlS 'i -s' uii.lir uimsually seven) opi-ratiii;;' <-i 'iii!itioi:s iiul only in Caiiaila: Imt in all [r.irr.s of tlio woj-ld. i<i;ii- 'if 111'' S ;troiit ;eKl fac- . tors iiifliiciii -ii!:; thi-i Sfl 'ctioii of r.ralijiii r.iotliirs flijel^ liy tho lliii!--r)ii;s Bay Coiiipariy is the high c'.'.araiifr "f iliv service supplied liy ••Miih;;. «( II e.s|.i:l)lisliivi deal- r ur «.ijiiivM !iii:!s '•v<'ry\vli>-,fc." ; l!ie si )rim; • Measrm tin- 1 >'S .<>w\ .-(.elfilly average of III lliiui rs to Jhe l ,r>Iidr>ii I <in 'ilJ .«(il!y 1 tl.llS itiark' '. Su...t! arc the ihoiiglits that savor ol imiNiit; th.*. (juii-t iiiiuil is riclier tiiaii a ( lowii. President ijnd .Mi's. Coolidge. fivi'!t(|'(l by rep!iiriii[*n who are extensively to alter Ilie White House. iiii)ve* into the Sclile(;iiiger residence on Dupont Circle. Washington. It pniliably will be suniiiier l.et'ore tiny return to the Executive .Mansion. .\hove jive see the litst lady of tin- land ; entering her new hoine carrying .-iclock .she particularly treasures; be-j: low, carpenters busy iheiii.selves with jeli erection of booths to shelter the police guard about the fenfporiiry Wliile House. | ! PRAIRIE DELL (.Mr.se. C. K. Kliuki Mar. 1. "Have you KOI o.-i's sowed." will be the passwi.nl among the fanners within a f^w days*. Harold Landis has lii^i^ii op .i.it- ing one of the .Middletmi liroih> rs trucks hauling grain. Bert Baker sliipijefl liis fat -rs last Tuesday. . We wish to coiigr.ittrlate .Mr. •iii!: Mrs.- Harry Spetiier of Ch.rry!;;:, C1-. RISING STAR • (.Mrs. Howard Hardyi ' j .Mar. 1. The i^ab-s of both jiai 'ry S|(riiii;sloii ••MidJTolti .larkson: w<'re Willi atleiideil ;ih(i limits sold well, i . • • 'I'lu-'t lireshiii;? niailiine has been Inisy the past Several days in .thi.s j ileiiihborhood. j Marguerite .Myers spent Sunday wijii Luna .Mae! Ciirley. "I'lie pi.' supper which was re- | in at the .•;et)c)ol house Wediies- ' • iiiglii wa.s attended by a jaruer ' wd iliai'i th«.> firsi niulit. 'I he; iieetis for iH^lh nights werei January 2.1. -Mr. and-.VIrs. 'Kiiy Kar.fiiiaii iiiti; alufpiit .*::2. family and Mr. and Mrs. K. K.iul' j j c.'^onni; of Kansas Cilv vis-j man v sited in the h.nie <d \'l's. i „.j, mother jand brothers.'J. X' Belle Adams .Monday ev.niii , lau'l .les<e VoUli.:;! -Alvin Alexander is sii k vvitli t.oa -Uuy. silitis at this • writing. ' ..Mrs. Anna .Sjirinu i<( ('h.iniit,' i< spending lothiy (Tuesday i. wiiU .Mi-s. r. M. Alev uider. if .Mr. and .Mr-^. Hoy Kaufman neglect to notice yon. just reini:ni- ber thi->' aie driviim a brainl n>'\v Star car. Mr. and Mrs. I!<'r; H:.k<'r. I.enna and Howard and Mr.'and .Mrs. .1. K. StHiler Were •inner jiiiests Sunday I Saliitilay and San,- • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hilton weiie callers at Applegate's Sunday afternoon. 1 \^Mr. Cleo'Stephenson of lola w^ a''caller at Upshaw's Sunday evening and attended.church and CE. at "Carlyle. : , ; Applegateg attended the funeral of Mr. Charley'Kidd at the Sleeper Funeral Horiie Monday at 3 p. m. Mrs. H. T. Upshaw called at Rev. Hamilton's Saturday afternoon to see Mrs. Harling before she left for her new home. Mr. and Mrs. John TIppie were' callers at B. A. Hill's;Sunday afternoon. of Mr. and .V.s. iliirby Mulls family. •Mr. anil .M .s. II. Kaufman .iiltl Mr. .'.".'cl .Mrs. Itoy Kaiirni:iii .Mid chlldri II w .'re .Sunday vi.>dtor.-; at the Ray Kaiitnlaii home in lola. School report f .or monih endiiif; February is. is as follow.s: Tlms" neither absent nor tardy: Cleii Kaufman. Clara Shillon. Howl .-ini' Kliuk. Dale Kaufman. Rosemary Shelton. Howard Baker. C'orliie.v Kaufman. .MIene Klink. I>eon:i Maker.* Mae Beaty. Ralph l .Kiiidis and f;arl Meaty, "rho.se rweiv.ing spell-' ins certificates: Leona Maker. Dean Overman. Charles .lapher:. Franklin Barth, Clara Shelton and; Allene Klink. Honor' roll, ibos'' averaging ! M ) or above: Dean Overman. Clara Shelton. Rowland K'ink. Rosemary Shcltou, Leon:i Maker AUeno Kliuk Jiiid Ceorge Keius. berg. .Mr. and Mrs. Mert Maker visited Tuesday evening-.it the Clint Mak 'T home. Their many friends will )<•:• scirry to le:irn thtil .Mrs. Baker has been very ill of measles. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mur.phy of iola and their dau.!;litcr. Mrs. Klsi" Patterson, of Wichita, called on Mr. and .Mr.--. M. C. Japhet W.clm s day afternoon. The .M. 1. C. met with .Mrs. F. X. Willeubur.g Wednesday afterliooii. The study period, \inder the direc- tir.n of Mrs. .M. B. Landis. was iu- teresting. ' Refresliments were served. Mrs. K. H. Brown. .Mrs. R. _Kaiffman. iMrs. Willanl Japhet and .Mrs. Jesse Nichols wer^ guests._ The nieml)ers, present w ere: .Mesdames Overman. Landis. Boss. Kaufman, Baker. Japhet. .\icho1.=. Klink, AVillenburg and Hiss Mai Ross. The M. 1. C. will meet with .Mrs Dale .Vichcis Wednesday. March !t. ."llr--. Kva Sp:|ii(;ston sp.-nl Kri- ' ih'.y niiibl with j .Mrs. .\nna Hardy > anil als'i visited j.VIr.-!. Howard llar-^ dvi;i short liiuo Kmlnv .iftei noon, i - ! 1 • ; Lloyd Kollin. I.iiii.i .Mae anil Ciir- i ti.i ICiirlcy visiteil Lat.:ranile .si-hool Thursday .-ifl Lawrence II. Tn(i<in. Cliri-stine '.-iiid | rdi-lvisiltd t1ie May- %'Toa Chassis f. o. b. Detroit :.rd| S( liMol Tliuii'-d.-iy afternoon. 'Ifhcf'' wa.s ni> sclioid. Thiii-sday am yif Mr -fii :<l l-'riilay o.f ;»';t week as .Miss ji :s a viitiiiiof tjie mea.sles. ' l,«is .\evill o[ .Vlitdreil is .siili-. | jilting this We k. Kiitli and RusJ .l.'ick-oli alsi> have the measles! j liloyd Mybie \,i Krieiiian. .Mo., | iliiive down Ki'ida.v for .i visit with : friiinds'. Satiirdiiy he .•ind Harry! .•si.rinusion niade a busini'ss triji to j.Madison. Kaiis., returning the s 'ar:!!- evening. ; (|ti;; Xtirnes ^:tiid family, .lake' .My-rs and faniili' and Ray Sprirg?!-; top and ratni^' lijave nioveil to their ui-\{ homes for (he copiing year, j I ;'l !ii nil! r. iiiiil .Mrs. j Harry Spring.slon i SMU Milly ^^i)ent Sunda.v eve^ ^ at Howard Hardy's. .Mr:- id Daucjierly and Vir.;;:": s;>' hi .Moudtiv- wiith the . I'ornier's ; ilauciiter.: .Mrs.' Ilow-ard llai'dy.- lielpiiiK -Ai-i diniur Itir threshers, j \i'rs. -Kraiik I'lirley altc-iid'^d Ihi- K'lii'hnian sal" .Monday. ' lielpinK u •ih the liiiicli. Mr. and Mrs. jDeiinis Is; and fatiiily and .Mrs. j .Viina, llaidy took , dinner Sunctay aij How'ard Hardy '.s. j li. is belter to b<! bc-aten iiij trying' to ijo right than jlo succeed! in. ilp-: ing S • •St Kiii wn)iig. Think of a Graham Brothers Truck at ^o! Quality, power^ speed, ruggedness, fine appearance, low operating cost —dependability for day-in and dayput perfbrmknde! Improved Dodge Brothers engine! [laiiieds as a rule ar\ the poor-' lillguist.s of .-in ihe people in ; tope.. Tluit Ifeadarhe. seems to have driven! from their I mimls every desire to continue. The February decorations have been taken down aiid the rooms are being decorated suggestive of .March. This is a busy week for the sev- entlil and eighth grades as the bimonthly examinations will be given Thursday and Friday. Tlie intermediate room had a party Friday evening to celebrate valentine day and the birthdays of Washington, Lincoln, Edison, Longfellow. Josle Moore* Lillian West and Violet Dean. The room was appropriately decorated and part of the guests came; in costume. Betty Barley and Wanda Reynolds were dressed to represent Martha Washington ih& Ronald Sinclair represented Abe Lincoln. Refreshments of sandwiches, fruit and cake were served. Games were played apd Wanda _ . -.. ^ujujcu. j Reynolds told of Longfellow;] Josie The high school girls futnished the [-Moore of Edison and Marjorie It is a man's duty lo have books A library is not a luxury, but a necessity of life. The swallow haS a larger mouth In proportion to its size than any other bird. ; , music and Mildred folks always enjoy hearing them sing. . , Thb boys enjoyed . flving kites r H!t« and Mr.s. In rho ims; Wck. hi-.: i:;c s-.o.v ru Adams of Saint "Valentine day. All -enjoyed a delightful evening. The party was given in Mrs. Warren's • • n: a; I '.ie .sc-'u)olhn|ise. That Come i At Night Aconghingchild needs the soothing relief of Chanil>erkiin'a Cough Remedy. For54 years. Mothers havo ' relied upon it. Let it help yourqhild to-night. Ask your druggift. Uothers—writ)} fo;- free booklet on "Care of the Sicki" Chamberlaia Medicine Co., 603 Park. Des Moines. ^SConfa ^R^ no alcohol .^w. or narcotics mmm CQUGH REMEDY 1-0Q,S£-N5. THE COUGH great mass production ep^ ables Graham Brothers to build so good a truck at so low a pric:e. Qraiham Brothers TrucUs are huilt in % If 1% and 2-Ton capacities. They meet 91% of dU hauling requireTneTii ^.They are sold by Dodge Brothers Dealers Everywhere, Mrs; E. C Schneller j ^!aso^ City, Tojra-^"Ever since I • first tried Dr. Pietce's Pleasant Pel-! lets| I halve been tiaking them when- i ever I hVive felt ihe need of some- ' ^ to relieve me of headache, and ; have never failed. I would had to 1 ant 327 O youif . I niid thin ,the)t luive headache day after day and , the '•Pellets' lijtve proved to be the | ionly remedy to relieve me. I find i theM.^ver .v mild as a laxative, or jcathartic, and they do not leave any j after eflfects. I am alwajs'glad i ecomniend Dr. pierce'3 Pleas- Pellets."—Mrs. E. C. SchneUer, Dth'St.. S. W. italij a - vial hf Pellets now o'f ELLIS MOTOR COMifANY druggist anjij you.ll feel i.Iear hdaded—full of vim vitality. 60 see how quickly 'ellets for 30c 214 North Washington .'Telephone 301 «

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