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PAoii TWO •J Wilis'. SI LLN SOCIETY W^ITl.X; tOAt'H. Tho the TheSchpolboj; coach is waiting and I must ' descend, ' - ' • The lackey- holds' Uie door, driVer Vaits.; ' Faipwyll is over and the final friend i Deported through the portal and the gates. . • Tiie hutitir. silent, hovers in the ball,_; , - • • Holding niy tkli hat andniy polished pane; j Tiie journey may be prohlemat- ! - ical-- '. " I go, but doubt if I return again. T!i(; liorsfs plunge outside. Time holds the whip. 1 jmisi 1M! off-.-biifore the day is J jfi, iiert": Tile road is walling and the endless trip ,\iioiliir world, another hcniis- I «ph<Ti?. . AVIiiit is tin- lorecast of the alnia- - \ iiai;? Sit ;iiiatl.-r. Sirs, do uol i -ipect m<* ; haik! ,' Harold Vliial in V'oiceti. Met-Uii\z Hi lulit .Mtish- ( luh 'I'd'- lulu Al(i:-lr <l|i/i iinl yi-nliT- <l;o' ^lu- lii>iitc;_i)f Mi!'.. I'. lO. W.iii»:li \ll • l.miii Sili1ii/»(.;i-i" )i(iil a inri-lullj' )ir<pnr''il pajn'i" on lin- -/.lilKiy 111 it)).- ii|H)ji, uiiil .Vlrsi, Kil J'iilil'irlti iini4l 111! jjriii li- Iroiii lln'' "Muni'ui r<(iiriiT" aboiil llii' Aiii>;<i> Mji iipi ta. "KlHi'.'.'t; livli>'li- -/null/' liy |J"i-ig'4 Tavlur wlili'li )<T<'iji|y piviii'iiH'ii III 111'' Alyl iDpoltiaii OpHrii lliiui.i'. "rill! priigi'^ili iu<iiiilMl<-d <if Hum Ifin laki'ii Ivoili vailijii'i opi.'ru:i. MiH. Hiiriii'y .Miliir up<Ti<'tl, (hi- plji- l-JHiii Willi a piaiiii Holo. •'Weddlag Slari h" troiii ".MidMiiiiiin'r \i>4lil'.w Ur^-uin" by ,Mi-tiiJi-lssoliii. Mn<. W'al- li-r rliii.; v;i„j/ '•liivsljriioii Know" from ".MiKuon" by TIIOIIKIM. Mis.-* Es-lhcr Hrlia<-fti-r safif, •'Ui-i-fi-us*" from "Jiiii-lyu." ami .Miss Iiorolliy | Cifliu aiig "Tbf Last Hose of Summ<-r .from' "Martlia." .Miss iiazi'l Clim- playi'il "To An Kvi-ii- ing Stai-f from "•Tannhauscr" by Waguei-Li.s/.I, and VMrs. lilaytd lb«* ".\looulii:bt THE IOL A DAILY REGISTER. \\T-:DNKSDAY • « * * MID-WEEK WoksHIP SBYI FREDERICK ]5V. l ^WIS I Pres. Coll(,>ge of Ei iporia • •> • •> • • • • • f> « * • , (>«d*s PursuiDfT "Whither shall ligo spiritl or whither shall Thy presence T"—P«. 13 »ove. from, TI y flee: fro|n :7. .Iackio,iCoogan, a regular'hoy in the 'films, has- ilevclopi-d into u .TcguJar iscliool giiy" at ' school. liM>. : lie: ilrill.s, cats,' talks ami figliisWilli tin- rtsi of lilt; cadi-is with: all (III- firt' thai might be irx- pfcif.il ij, him. Id'ct-ni m-w.spa- |iir ^ilispiHclii:;: liilil of. a pi-pp.-r- lliriiwiug|>-plsiiili- ill vvltlrli .laillb- wa.i •omi illiil 111 n:ii«i lo his lihts. ami iliil. I 11)1 1M ill :i t.os Aiigfli-u iiiilllary HclnMil, M'IK-I'I- ri'ii^'l'iillip iif pilKlllHIb' iii'WM In I'l-porlfil lii III- an riirlita'i Will IMva' liiianl luii;.lilp; 1*1 tlv miivii'M, Tlilii i't .(iirlilf'ii niKlj plcliitf III bin Mcliiiiil iitiirorm. jMiiyrll Waiiiir, Mill r npal Itcyii IIIIIM, Ml'i'i .Miiiy Klb-ii I-IIVHIII.T ami lln' |>atiiiiii'fH, Mi'in'Cforcl'! lliil ton. •:• •:• •> UiiiuanV l-'oieiitn .IliHslniiiiry Socli'lj, Triiilly Church Till- iiiHmbt-rH of lh»* Woman's iFpr^.•J^',n .Missionary socii'ty of Triji- 'iiy Mi-lboilisl Kpixi^opal i-biiirb iiii-i ycsinriiiiy afternoon with .Mrs. I.. A: McMillan, president. \lr.-<. I.. A. Tweedy was in charge of tile devotional period. Itvports of an Kaster contest were 'given ami it was ileciiled *tti oii.serve Waugii i'•'"""<l''r« l>:iy. -March T.'.. .Mrs. II. first movement of the 11'- Wicks was in charge of the l.s- •Kiinaia" bv Ik'ethoven.!^<>« ^'"1 Mrs. .1. C. Wilson couducl- lio.x ill an interest(). I,. Carlinghoust ThyIcalmnesij bendt?. serene alMvle. .My rkstlessneks to Bt'lll Around me flows Thy 'quicke^iijg {To ndrve my faltering will; Thy j )resence fills, my solitude. Thy providence turns all to good 'I —Samuel Longfellow. Our Heavenly Father^ we marv • at th ' great love whefewith Then ba<-t loved us. We are fo^olish aild try at. times to break away fro Thy I and and ryn into <langer. hijit Thou'dosi hold us f»i3t. We say v|e will have hothiug to do- with' Th but Thou (lost continue to mul^ Thy sun lo shine on tliij ii-vll well as the ii'Oiiil. ."Thou <lost set il Tby rain on tbe just and the uii jiisi^ also." We - abseni ourselvi H Imm 111" Chttrcli aliil possibly ra» t ;(.( people •(lying lii Iw good, but llle Ib'lll III III!' .('Illirell tails U|t< II bniil'i, M'liiMibi. (•iivi'i'limelil, bl)^pi' lals, )iiii<liii':-M. :iii'ial iirt;aiil/.iilil 11 llglil, pi|- ami iiioll • we caiimii ail iiol wiirlj ibroiir.b II KVENING, MARCH 9; 1927. FKSm GO^ SAILING IN THE SPRING, TRA LA! ami lie are ballied in lerleil by an imiiiiiiiie ei'.-(l by a .Maibiiina ilial e.ii'.'ijic, .\ml Tlioii tity. iiiiirilv III or if' . (jlilHeh, bill Tliull r.lHM cVe|'> wber a)ii<>ii|'. piiblii nil', ami iiiiiner| \0|ei.iiin" Willi ibe wavwar abiiiiii! bant .'inil pmsaie lastj lii^lililil' I'omiiiiiii iiiisli'';' Willi II 'ri.iliM'H III Ci.d. aiiiimr. balers i<:iiil tdid haters til' men. "maliiiiV llie VVialll lit lll'll 111 pl'di.ue 'I'bee.' Wbne.ver We are anil wlier-ver «e are. fl' our senses were k-i ner. HU Lord.. We slioilll! feel 'I'hee "Jike 11 v.iiiil IInun our cbei-ks. like (be lii alioul ibesbori). like a band willj in iiiir ii\vii." (lb Love unchanging, help IIS now lo yield lo Tin Amen. :l. el ,U i i lereis Ihe skip|«' r .riiiip of frii'iiib: mil lor a ;liee I ta Vii!l'oil. wile lit lb< ciiiii'eii s iij'ir; Ml!':. .Mai>i iei'ielarj ot labor; I'lt.uii I lie good ya^'bt tail f.lib llie lir^< ^ayltiiw line da I'olbifrl, llie il III < iiollilKe anil be f,r< ***** .1 • * SEAL ESTATE TSAKSFEB8 * ^ Isaued Dally frotB Ottlce of • lola Abstract Co. *******•(-*****.** r. on her «r«l spring voyage. President Coolidge t(iOk of WasbiiiKtoii'fl Hpring. l^ett to right.^re: ,MrH. I", 'iru iiieiary of ivai i l .o ,av{ia-iliin; .Mrw. K. V-. S'tlreti, daUKbler of I-ouiNe Itumer. the [lideiii; .Mrs. ('uolldge; MrH. Jumes J. Davis, wife of ihi.- I la vis. MORANNEWS OFTHEIDAY Tlie concluding number was iiie j'*<l ibe mysteiy .Crand .Manb from "Aida" by Verdi «':>.v. .Mrs. (Hiiluary K. H,, .Mills. Franklin l)<!nnis .Mills pas^•ejl away .March .:, HCT at .N::!II oVIoi )v at the lainily ImnK-'. ?,W> .N'orl Huckeje sireei. lola. Kan.srisl fol I lowing an illm-.^s of four yeai-s if tuberculiisi.'<. n .-lilting, from .-ili i illness of the flu and pneumonia. .Mr. .Mills was borii in .\ewarli. Wayiii' County. .New Vork. AugUijr .">. I.s7i! ami was the iinly son i ^l' lilavetl in duet form by .Mrs. I'. .S.: and Mrs. .1. K. Laud of the Fir.^i .Mitchell and Miss Hazel nine. j church .society,and Mrs. L. T. Wolf Thf club voted lo bav a lunch-' «il-i^ts. Tbe hostess served r;on at a hotel. foUowecJ by a ,,ro-:'"'•"•'••'•'•nients. ii'ram at the bome of > rs.'Waugli. j "oTiArm""* XTTT for the open meeting tin April VJ. bdUlljANL) j Hicliard and Lydia :\lills iind was -Miss Florence Iloliart. pri'sideni of; Mar. 7. -.Mrs. .\rtliur Libby vis-ninited in niarriagc lo .Miss Jeiiiiio the club, a.sked all inembcr.s of the | iled .Mrs. Crover Hnssell Thursday, j .Mallory .Niiv^'inber 1. l.Siili at sA. lUih to notify her or .Mrs. I'. S. i -Mrs. .Matii<- Wisborg* and" Lianc. • vada. Vernon. County. .Missouri. To .Mitchell.! chairman of the .social i Mlis.; Homer jCalion: and Verona | this union was hoi^ii (Ommittee. before the next meeting '-ailed on .Mi;ii. .Sm^rl .\l(mday aft-i icrs. .Mrs, .Mabel Thompson of .\e- eiiiimn. I braskii City, .Vebr.. and .'diss Killia Mrs. .Iiihn Clb.son and K. L. fiib-i .^iills 1 ami an ailopied daiighlur. Kim called on .Miss, Hiltli lIolliiiKS-1 Miss pollie .Mills iif Ijie home ad- Avbcther or not they will be prcs- (.ul ai I III- Jnmliion. Kaili member may ask one gnest. .Miss H'ibari aiiuounced again the coniifjg of the Little .Symphony ntid urged all lucmberH of tlii> club to ailiiiii, AfJer Ihe prograjiii. ie- , fri'Hbmelini wi'ie H.-rved by'.Mrs, I', .Mliilieil, aMil'.ii'd by .Mln«: Hazel (line. • •> <f Jloiiored b) I iiiO (liih .MiH, Kloreiiu'e Cani, who Mill leave iiila IIIIM wei'k. was honored liiHl cvenliiK 'wjib ii picnic mlpper by IlKi imtiiiberM of'lbe Cnliy ijnb ot which ijhe long lias been it member.. .'^llMit Alice lleUdl'IckH WaK' home, (lie house:hostess In her . Holllh Colborn slJeel. Those at (be mipper were: .\ KllzilWlli Apl. Mrs. F. II. ArmMd. .Mrf. Florence Iteldlng. .Mrs. K.| H. Cook.'.Mrs.. Ceo. ('. HalKarno.-'jr..' Airs. -N. t). Dodge. .Mrs. K. V. l^ir- ' sell, .Mrs. K. 1). Land. .Mr*. Hjir- wiirili In lola .Saturday uflernoon. j Itulli Is (iiiile sick wHii measles. I Waller lioher;s and son, Floyd; calli'il til .loliii lirbson'H l-'rblay 'morning, i- \Ur,-i. .Ilm Willi • and baby visited I .Mil'wjhIie'H paicnlii Saiiirduy tilghi anil Siiinlay, I .Mr. and .Mr.i. ,1. K. \V'ali|iiiNl called alj.lohii (ilhKoii's Hiilurilay after- iiotm. .Mr. iiud .Mrs. Wali|Ui'<i are li'((vliiK tiiilay lor llodKmaii I'ouniy, Kiijiti. ,ijlr. and Mfi. Arihiir Llliby VIH- li'il Salurdiiy'uveiiliig In .•'iivon- biii'g 111' llie hoimi'ol Ihe Itcv, .Mr. Ileiod. W^r. and .Mrs. K. L. (illiHoii .iiiid Vli!»ll spent Thuruday at -lohii t!)b- Hori'H. W.iltcr UoberUi bad . Huhtning oils piit: on- his hoii.se last week. .Mr-i. IJavid Cation spent'ThurK- iiey Miller. Mrs. Charles F. .Siioii. I*':'>' "Uernoon with Mrs. .lohii Cib- LMrs. .1. ll.jSowerbv, Mrs. K. I H. Kiodgbili. Mrs. K. M. Thoroman.'.. <'""•>» »"«' . Airs. t;. U. StodgJillI. Mrs. H.- O.-l ^ <•'"»" si'»-nl Sunday at the par- Christian. Mrs. B.'H. Leitzbach,of !'•'"'•' U'lrg'"'"' home, llumboldl. .Mrs. I'ltarl .Mc|'allen. of Tiil .Ma and .Mrs. .1. Francis I.emoii. <f • •> ;>Iuiuenis .Vushuil <'lul» liusiuess SeK>i (in \ .Mrs. A. It. Knfield. president, presided over a business meeting of the active members of IMomeuIs Musical club yesterday . afternoon in Library hall. .-Ml business connected with the recent Colafeiiiina coiuerl which tliii" club siwiiSorcd was dL-iiiosed- of i^nd a small sum from Ibe' prOceed.s' was l(?fl in Ihe • (Inb iriasiiry. New associate members of the club are: .Mrs. Zella Freeman. .Mrs. :M. I.. Land.-. .Mrs. W. S. Fees. 'Miss Alary Cromh and Mrs. John 01- berding. llosli'.^ses for llie iie.vt meeting, whiili will'be organ d:rr Id which all members of llie club may bring a ,i!iie::t. will be: .Mrs. U. L. ("Ox. chairman: .Mrs. 1-:. W'. Haglund. Mrs. Sadie .'Ueiniert Thompson. .Mrs. C. .1. Ililchey. .Mrs. Logan Hulisaki r. .Mr>-. Ira II. Keiley. .Mrs. I'. .<".. I!ay and .Mr.s. .1. V. .Menhani. Thp pi'ojiram will beheld in lb. , sorcv lo losi FirsI .Mell;o.li-t Kpi'ciipal <-liun!l. _ , T./. . ? . Tbe junior cl.ib met at 4:rfb ^ "''"''^^ o'cloi'.k. wi'h -Mrs. Lloyd X. Drown I in .ibafwi'.. and llie d: le of ibe re-: was sei for i iicll. Anollier ' ivill ID- held 0 o-Hock in^^.,. j,,,.,,,^^ brsril lor Ibe, j,^. .Wali-r Uuberts ai- i< iided the lum ral oi .Mr. Uob••rl^'•!; «'i'al by llie juniors Maicli \\ ill Library tiieelinr: of lliis flub •lle.vi 'rni'Mlriy at -1 r: Libr.iiy ball lor rein reillal. •:• •> •:• David Ciition called at Hnrr.y \ Fronk's Thursday afternoon. I Mr-i. Homer Cuiioii and -Mrs. .Matlie Wispborg called oii .Mr.s. Little al Savouburg Monday. Mr. and }Ax». Wni Kelley and .Mavis w«-re Sunday gucst.s of David Cation's. Carl Cation and family aud .Mr. and .Mrs. Lester Cation called al ^Irovor Ku.ssejl's and David Cation'.s Sunday.^fternoon. I kitcheiushower was given Fri- iday evc'iiing at Ibe home of .\Ir. land" .Mr.s. i. .1. Craft iij honor of .\ir. and Mrs. .lesse Craft. A num- Ijer <if nice pre.sevits Wi-re receivild laud refrcshmeiits were served, i Crovej- RussejII was called to I Te.\as Thursday by ibe sad news of Ibis brother, Klcil's wife being kill­ ed'in an aulomofbile accident. > Mr-;. H. C. I'ollctt called on .Mrs.i .Mullie Wispborg Tuesday afler-; noun. ' Kliner .Martin sawed wood /for { Wilfred .Mclntyrc Friday. i .Mrs. Liz/.ie Calioii is visiting her daiigliler,aml IJamii.", .Mrs.. Ueinieti. at pr-.'-eiil'. .Mr. and Mrs. Hugo our neighborluioil. We wish them success in their new Inline. .Mrs. Will and Mrs. Klmer .Mar lin lalled on .Mrs. Willied .Mdiilyie Friday aftcrno<in. dress.' Mr. Mills. wlUi Ills family, came lo Kaii'^as in l:i'i7 residing on ilie .lame.-i l .ockliari farm, four miles soullll';!l'^t ot Humboldt. Kuiwas lor M-Veilleell 'yvali.. (Ill •ICI'olllll 111 ill health .Mr. .MIIN wa,4 rnbllKid lo give up fariniiig lwi ,i' years niso iiiid sjiii 'i' iias lenlili'd ill lola. .lust a 111 w' lioiirs b.;-fiire be waii culled lo llle gn al liiyoinl, he siili) lie Wan really lo go and w.iy awaii- Ing llle llrite lo be al rest. .liiNl 'lour years ago lo the day, ,Mr. .Mills's, mill her wax laid to rest and one. year ago lasi (iriolier, 111. Ills failnr piisseil aw'ny. He leaves bebim! to mourn Ills loss his wife.. .Mrs. .I(;nnle .MIII.'=. Ills diiugliteri, .Misses ' Kdiia and Dollle .MIMK of the home address. .Mrs. .Viable Tliomjisoii and hus--' band and sons. Kraiikllii and Warren of '.\ebraska City. .\cbr;7 his sisler. .Mrs. Carrie Williams of \dM Uulli ilam<uu, (if l<<lu. Talk'* (III SrhiKiI nork In ( liina .1, II. CniuKT raises , A»ay. i i (Mrs. C. II Koi'l^ i .MllltA.N'. Mar. 7. .1. II i i';iiiiiir. , whose I:iiling beallb ba l"'i ii not;e(| from time to lime, l.i i-iinr- very ill early la'-i niplil :ilid |iassi>d away al bis home lier: enly Snl- iirda.v morning from a ce. plic-iTiun lllial ba-- been iroiiblljrg liiin lor ! sone- lime. White lie iiad I n ;lailiiii:. bis condiiiun did mn r-aeli Jhe e.xireniely eri:iial siaie iiniil iFridav. l!ie day b.-line hi-- li.i.lb. ; His ilaii;;biers. ; Mrs. I.itl.i .M. llill. i Mi's. Horsey Kii r. .Mr,-. Alar.vlns^ Taylor ::nd .Mrs .lessref.lnn--. 'o- ueiher Willi 1 is laiilifiil; wil.- i,|' ine ; family lirib- are I.-ft tij njmirn hi-^ going. •To ihe-e is • Mi-nib d il;e, sineere sympalliy of nianv iri-m!-. ; The ileee;is''d was one of; .Morair.-; ' oblesi cili/eiis and while; always very' iiniissnniiiiv: In- was pi.•-ess ; . il Willi a kei'ii si-n.se oi lioiinr :iiiil ' Vwo'dangii::"'"•«'•*'>•;'•"' esteem 111 .-ill Willi l;ii"W bun, ' lo' funeral -er> ii i s' \v. re ii-om, llie .M. F. CliiKeb 'Siiiiih!} :itier-i noon .'ii li :;.ii. e.iiiilini'il ; by ibe Itev, .Mr. Skitimi'. ol l..ill,ii;i" \\r~. .\l:i'li;'e| a ' IM-II;t: i,'iiI j nlo .i,"; !)o' iinarle) compo-'d ol ,Me«-rs ') V. Lacey. Ira I'SI'vai'd; , .Vivb! '' !•:!- i l!'! and Finer Kllin ua'.e lUe oiber, IiHI: leal linii.ti. I f . a> I oie|i^[li|. il iiy .Misi l''loy .Me(;|,|.,|,:,ti. liM. I'll'Ml .w.iH n'lade in lite lainily loi in itn M'lfaii I eiin ivrv. Many triimis \M ri' I'li.iilv iii''.' <i( lo b'.iill of Hie siiild'II il<;:i;i .Saiiinla.v evenlnc, of ,Mi' 1. ,\, ( lili- . weod. of Carl Into I loll. .Mu., wi:o'| loriliiiiliv yrai's w;is a re-iileiil i> ; j Hie! Wesli.y ('bapi'l ' lli'i/ll bollllioil. Ill I'Miwe.si of lowii ' Til" riinerjil ', .III tiir.;eiii>>nl . bad tu,: IHI ii mjib' . wle.'n Ibe news of ilialli i:.iil'. , Tbe biiaiilifnl day ^ii;iil:i,i toiind • AtY SISTEX MARY liUkAKFAS^— stewed prunes. cpr>!al. thliiciyatn. l>ftii|ed Prennb toast. Hlrup, III ilk. coffee. LI r.N'CH KON^—Potato and cheese purr, steijked Uomatoea. graham mid ruisii^ miitfins. cocoa. DI.\'.N'Fi(—Fresh shoulder of pork MiuKed 'uiid roasted, corn ciisturd. curly vndlTe witb Frencb dressing, applei sauce, whole wheat bread, scailopelil crauberries. milk. coO'ee. Tbe shoulder of pork is usually less e.xpensive than the bam. If the butcher removes the bone the shoulder Is as easily stuffed and just as good "eating" as the ham •inle.ss the occasion be a gala on«, .Siufr<*<l fork Shoulder One pork shi>ulder. 2 rups stale bread crumbs from soft part of loaf. 1 tablespbon minced onion. 'V. teaspoon celery pepper. 1 teaspoon .salt. I cMP oysters. U "tea- ^poou pepper. ^ tablespoon lemon juice. 1 tablespoons nieUed hut tcr. hot water.: Tour about cup over crumbs, cover and let ^tand lU minutes. Add rtMnainlng I ingredients. fTho oysters can be; chopped or left whole. Fill cavity in shoulder Willi forcemeat i Klili meal with halt and pepper! and put on ra«k ill roaster Coyer inid roast two or three boiirs in a hot oven. Do not add walet If a Kelf -baatluK roaslcT is mil nseil. bSHle with drippln;:'* In the pun combined |vii|i an ei|iial aliioulit of water Allow .'i.'i itiiiiuleH jper pound (or ^oa^iliii: pork i ' ' Cup/ilulit, 1!I::TJ ,N'1':A Service. Inc.) many folks out ilrivinu liililiway was lined v.iili < bile In ibc evi'iiing. .Miss Miiia W'rii^ltl. of .Mo., ba:; r< i'< iiliv leeeivei nil 111.' limit villi. r .Ii a* livd iliere practically nil her ie. .me I'l'inriieii 10 America last ill .iiiii i- milking her home with • i: si'.ter. .MIS.; Ilurney .Miller, of ila. anil aileiidint; jliinlor College. 'Iiile licre .MisH. Hninson was Ihe 1':-t ot .Mrs Fred'i>wisber. Mr^:. l.efh.i .SillwidI and baby of aiii.'is Ciiy are here vlslling rela- and friend.v' i | Humboldt. Kansas, besides a large i ploma in ll:E slini.v of law iiid may number nf relaiives and friends. - The funei^il service!was lield'at the Metbodiiit church In Humboldt. .March I'L. Iif27 at -J::!!! o'cbick, conducted by Ihe Kev. .Mr. Mills. Interment was made in .Ml. Hiiin- Cemetery.—A Friend. (Miihiary—.nrs. Tiimilliy (.'my. Harriet Henfro was .'to. IX'JS ill the stale and piissed away .Man till* age of Seventy i Jiine months and tlireej now be adiiii'ti'il lo llo- liar. .Mis; Wright is lb" ilan.i:bi"r of Mi's .Anna Wrighl and lo-r old .Mor.iii friends are pleased lo li';irti of hi r spleiiiiid sinci ss. Mi.-s Wrl;;lil ball, en in 111" abs(rai't Im- in number of y ais and for years has been loiiniy adiaiiiist ra lor wliieli leii to liie sliiily'iif law. born .luue: Mrs. Kred I'.rowii. Mrs. .i,,,. llnr- of Indiana, iloek and daui;b;<T l.oiii.-e. of 1..!a h 2. i:C7 at 1 visited rehlliv.s ^•olilll oi lown Sim •icht years, .ijiy uflernoon. .days." I (I,,,, iiiini'-iolis ease;; of niivsii.; Whi^n she: was eight yl^ars of age;;;,.iti„i; on fim' and ii ."riainly 1 be loirs- niiiil we i-an r> pori of lb"iif auaie i .•\s ofii'ii as me:isl's vi-il every jcomihnnily. il is very sm pi that Ibire alw.iy.-i is so i:::iav lo have llieHi. i^inl •SIHI ially tlio .• jwbo a'r- near middle life riiid bav. • somehow In twi iily-rive;yf«r.s the orgiinlz- • '(i labor movement in America has in own from a niember.sbip;of 7H' i:7 lo :!..sii:!.;i(iii.! Til" !">oi lor :i ,iljvi.sion Viral t'li.-iialier I si;^4disbi(ient of a trade is plaiinei by the open shoi of tb< Oklahoma (,'lty of Conimerce, I shi'l inoveil with her i parents li>',;,n Hiehbind County. Illinois. There j,.„„|,„|,„i,^. f,.,., she. grew 111 young Nvomanhood. anil at .Voble, Hlinoi.s. .N'ovember ::C, ISt'i? she wi;,s united ill 'marriage :to Timothy Cray, a; veteran onihi? I'nion ariiiy. To l'|iis uii- ^l^y'T ^^"^ ^""t 'f^'^'i^r^'^-^^^^'^^ iscaiieil and who innm olbcrt of ^Naterford.. Ca iforn.a; .inar.'in.ine ib.ni.el'.e.. Chartes C.. of e.ly; Idu 1 »rl-, ,,„.„,.„v ,vii!. bav- man ol near Cariieit; and (Nar-i. , \ • ence .lean who preceded her in ,'^^,.""''''', „ , ,, , , de:tth elghl vears i ! ""'.f""' •1;;'"--1""'" In 1.S7- Sim moved :wilh her bus-i"f. ""^•' '''•'•'••^" >l'""^">' Dollar Day For Tomorrow EXTRA SI'ECIAL - One $l .£ii while 3-lb. stitched cutKlu Uitt and 1^1 vanK 3 «c, jalid Hide' t'oni- lofl rbiillii'.' Speeial, all lor i:im. band anil two .small children : to ""•'^^'""•'ries Hamilloii Couiiiy. .Nebraska. Fohr-!•S'lmlay ii'pii years laler I hey moved 'on i''our \Vesl to l-:isb>. .Vebra.ska. There! mo-' in China, s-.ww from .-mil ai Mie II o'lloi-k in Ibe .M. K. Cbiinli gave :, inleri'Mliif i.-.lk on ibe .Siui- she uniled with ibe Haplisl church M'^V school -.vork in cblii.i. .Mis- and remained -an active .memlier I "anson. wbn is :>. nieie-of Mr. and as long as her hcallih perinitled. I'Mrs. C|i;,rles V .Seoii of lola. w.is In l.s;i4 tin- family iimveil lo Kan- : b<;rn in China .iml with lier familv sas and .seiibd m-af Wes-iiiie.iii. i • ' .Sime (be death of her iliusbaiid. ' ~ ~~ ~~~ '. \ Mr.s. II. '•. I'olleli was trading- Jii | May -.i?. hoimf 'lep.-niother. a" Clianule Thursday. On iiccjiiini (if Hie teacher, .Mr. Criifi'H wife being t*erloiiHly til iiKt'e \vijl be iio .ii'liOol al .Scoilam.l Monday alio Tiicsday, Vc.'.ier Calloii.called on Tom jcii- "'•"l'"'>yilon We.lnesday: Mij(' I'lirlj ul helle) Tbi'alre : i •.Mij.s M.iiy: .\b Klirii'k. w'lio leach.' (•", H(,elo|iiry'lii llie lliiiiibolill lilr.li ' I'l'llOol.'alld litleell of her si lldelllS. i •formed II line parly lasi nU:lil ill the Isi'lby Tb"all'e li.Siee J'lilil' linnni," - • ^ _ . _ ' Mpj.^. ((hhoieHs" PKAIRIE ROSE ^ '^S^n:'mbc"!d ihp Alpha CIr-u.^'-"' ."-"l ^^^J^- cl.'. iof Ibe First IMesbylerian^^'';"' *'^''''"'"« iri'l, me. lasi evening al .i::iO for , «'•; ^^^'f^^uh^; . . ,^ , ^ „ « picnic supper in the guild room, ..'ll.l^rmrn ^'T''' The piesidem. Miss (hrl.si.m. J. ii,. Taylor was down trom In- Hinrbbs was ,n ch.nrge of <lin „ ^ j^,^, week on meeting. The topic for di.scussM.n ^..^ihess. So far as we have heard was Ibe conlintmtion of the l.isl j.j^ fy,.,„ js still withoul a tenaht. lo-sfion on tbe American Indian..In chari.>y Green tvecompanled Mr. the biisine.^s period j plans were g,,,, ^^^^ Lo^en Rogers to lolU n?ad<; to hold initiation services, for. one day Uisl week where he ^new .members at the nest meetirig. Ij-yit^d a Jlarch 22. , J t). Tho .=P at Ihe meeting were: Mi.s.s atteiided Xorth Falrview Grange Christine Honrichs. Mi.ss Harriett i Saturday evenliig: niilbcVt, Miss Ethel W^eaver. .Miss ' tilidys IlogerH- spent the wcek- Gladyj Ciiriner. Mi.«s Ele.-mor N'ev-j end with home folks, reUirning to man,' iliss Esther Krutz, Mi.ss ilutii ' h«r worJt ia lola Monday'luuru-i prewe |r,:Mr8. Maiide Krause, Miss ling. . i ' J I'.ll!!*. she has made her Willi her son, Ch;>l'les. lie- ^lile'lier three cbililrell.j she is siir- "iiviYi-^l by fltteeii grandchildren, six glial grandchildren, . iind niany Oiiln'r relatives and friends. The' Itinera I servlcr-s Were held al. llle Free .MeiliiidlKf-, church., Mhri II third, coiidiicled by Key. F. j F. Moiiliiim. - A Friend.' . * ! I , COUr physician. II, Alderniin and B. H. Bacon Endic|tft(-John.son • >V(MMN LurgesI SImi' ,lliike |-K ump MiH«es 1-Strap I Klonde, Black Palenl and Tan Biles Family Shoe Stores / i W r.st Side Square, ^one 3«5 K G Baking Powder for best results in jour baking Same Price for over 35 years 2S mmees for i WHY PAY WAR PRICES? Guaranteed Pure *ij«i. Vanis Hope .DuNlin ! M IVpiierel Yards Sheet iu|f «I .Wli >l .2.'> Knit r)il<in.sulls %\M. !•!.:{» Oulingi <;<Mvns '!tlJiO. !!l.:i!) Silk T*4taieK %\M. ^ ^l:^ Silk Ve<it iUVi. •> I 'uir 'Children's Kflyon Hose »UH(. I !s|.'.ls Silk .Sciin's. Sperial ^l.m. j (JJ'i Yards Fm>l <'ol«r Per- ctile •IJMI. t':'; jurds FIIHI Cuiur Suit' :li:g>1.0«.' I .'i >iiras . 35c I'linfCM I 'rlnls ijfiljKi. I<3 jnrds I:! Uunimie .Silk il'oMuee i\M. I i lletit) :i.'>r Tnrk!<.li Tntr- els; ;ti:vJil. Site IHI %\M. ! IIIJ !.-* Voile S eplni>. Teddies ;:ind (Jonns S |ii >«rliil «UH>. iflJ!.'. Kast Culor Silk und I idlon I'repps IHllJlO. Koxriofl KlxM Sheels sraiiileos v|»eclii!! Ijil.lw. i yards iSTtc Itajon^ all rnl- i .rs *ijio. ."> yards i> nlde Onling IIJMi. Sneile pail :iiI.(HJ. *I.:H» SUk heavjr yard- (•loves, per (inly. |HT pair iijM. •lotes, gray Cirl l!i jards l^ajicy, Kcbbfll. Iris Silk Kayon «JJW. •; l.1« Merreri/pd Tilile IJn- en. per yard ifXM. II yaids paH linen CniKli 'loHellnj *UM>.j : (March S. 1927) .1. M. Farnsworth. single, to Viok- Spurrier, lots 1. Z. 4, .=>..6. 7. blocli 11. Signor'E Add. to City of Humboldt; and Reserve No. ."5 1 adjoining 8ai<1 block II, in said Citr fif Humboldt. The Missionary Society of ; the Evangelical Church, Clereland; 0.. t^ Leopold Under, lots 3 and 4. block 81, City of Humboldt. $1S00. • J. P. Albertson and wife Nora, to Colette Harrington and Albert M. Htirrington, KE% of 13-25-17. $1. Earl • Fine and wife Befvl,; to Chlas. B. Fine and Helen SI.. Fine, lots 12. ll 14,?.15 and 16, block 2, Taivlor'.s First 4dd. to Gas City, $1. -Walter C. Jackson, single, to He^rry Lieurance, 150, lot 1. block 1, Siiiiuyside Add. to the Ciiy dl tMil- dred ilanies Qibbs and wife Emma, to Clan lice. t. Buchanan and Nellie I P. Huehaniin. W 'A of SWVl 12-2C-18, I $1.(111. • ! ' X'hiM-bc fj. TlKmip.HOU. single, to .l.,F. ,Mis»thler. $«000, .S'/j of 11;'it;-IK. .Mary i^. Vaiideveer. wldow^ io M. \V. AiiderHon, ll'iHKi. purl: of .N'W.i :!;!l^J,L'l, com. al NW. rods, S rods. I I How Girls —to keep that ugly • shine away with thlH .New Wouderfill .-.t>eeial French Process Face ^'owder called .MRLU )-(n .,t)! Prevents Idrgt- pores—stays on .so long—very pure and flue—gives the skin a peachy look. Keep your complexion yiiiing and attractive with .MKIj.l.<)-(!I.ii. IJet this marvelous new l;aie i».>\v ' der today. III. !•; ho bi'i'.jnniMg for., W( to "For J^rpinpt reiiilln'' UMO the '•iHxidfledlColumna. 6 BELLAMS Hot water Sure Relief FOil INDIGESHQN ZSt anci75t Pk^s.SoId.EverywherA llAKgMDREMONEt , Healthy, vigorous mcsiiand life's best priiBes. Buojrahtstep, bright eyes, (iledr oompienon and exuberant vitality dti- noteasystemfreefnmimpiiHties. Goii- stipationpoisonsthewfaolesysteiii.slowa the step,;saps energy, destroys oonli-< dence and cuts dowrftheeamiiigipower; Rid your system of constipatioa and its-poisoiis. Dr. Edw^rds^ Olive Tableu remove tnein gently, tone tip the system, dear the eyes and comijexioaiand, bring befk'nonnal vigor. Acomppuod of vegetable ingredients, prescribed-tt) patients for 20 yearsin placeof calomel. • They act easily and quickly on bowe):i mdliver. i iTakeDr- Edwarda OliveTabletsand keep fit for the dail grind. Tlioutaiids of nappy I men andlwomtii uKit ^ihrin retpiiariy M an aid fersucm-H in »liri!r dreryday {tasks. Kiiow tlirai hy their olive color, 15c, 3f)c,lJ0i\ I IJILI-E IM'W- Cook 'H Drug I.Siort'. K ELLE IT Matinee lOe :ind 2pr; Night 10c and .JOc TONIGHT AND THURSDAY K.C. Little Symphony Orchestra Acknowledged lo hi\ fine - of =the mo.st ma.sti'rfiil; organizations of it .s kind in thf fdiinlry, witji 'Hi artists and Miss Elizabeth BHsh Broolcfi^lcl (^nntrallo Sojoi.sli Seats 50c, 75c ind $1 .00 I Make Reservation-'^ at Merfhant's Jewelrv Store Friday Marchll Meimorial Hall Sponsored by the Muiiic Department, lola PuiiUi Schools Cjara Bow Aa the manicure-irirl i hride of a. Maine vcoofisman—a luring little flirt whoifiriiileK j^nd sparkles i all too dangerdutily. Gripping! Sensatioriall Diir.er- ent.'! Bv the author Of ^'.Main Street."^ "Baiibit" and' "ArroHHmith." ' COMEDY AND NOVKI/i'Y IlKKI- Friday—Ford Sterling and a big cast in "THE SHOW-OFF" .j Saturday—Hoot Gibson in "The Buckeroo Kid" AIHIKII Ike Iinl cliiijilff »i the new verlj,|. -The Slleiil Klrer" • or unil Liiuise I .Mrntlne. I • .IIATIXEES a:flO p. ID. Ilally ELITE •Salur«fay \ fo M«HT.S :fl0.9:IW p. I 11 . . • I == Home of Better Pictures — Elite Orchestra LAST TIMES—TONIGHT (iRFiTA GARBO—ANTONIO MORENO —in— ' "THE I TEMPTRESS" -A Gripping Drama of Human, Emoti(in .s'.' .\fsoi>'s Fables—^Topics of the Day—^Ben Alexander in "Scotty of the Scouts" VAUDEVILLE Ray and JBsther Novelty Vaudeville Act—Singing, TaHiing, Magie and Heavy Weight Balancing with the aid of the Teeth—A • ' Real Act—See It. Matinees 10c-20c; Night 10e-.X5c ! Till K,SI>.iy A.M» FKID.vy George O'Brien, Olive Borden "Fig Leaves" in .\ lullirMiiK comedy drama that provev .t.iani didn't know (jiiaint old »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»(»<»»^^^^^^^^ The BesP Your Last Tribute Your love speaks through the beauty of the memorial you erect. Nothing is acceptable, therefore, in mateiial or workmanship unless it be of enduring Worth. WILLIAMS MONUMENTAL WORKS Sftl S«ath Washington, Phone -676 _,^.^\ZA^^

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