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f PAGE two IN SOCIETY " •) ~ ; THE Oltliiiiir) riinrlpi* A. Bl»*bu|». 8fM. m lluntaii, KMII>'IIH, Almul HUM lHUo' ilmiiilicra ol my Iivalt I . KrJfii^H liiivn iHH'ii conilnK —goliur -many ti yvttr. iTIlK llOOIK .•it .-lilll Opl'll tlllTL'. Sanif. liglilly stciipiiiK. i -Dlcr; SUDIC (U 'parl. .Fre»'Iy tlicy riiiiiu ami fruoly they go at will. The walls give iia« k their laiigU- tt-r; all day- IOUK They fiJl the house with song. One door alone is shut, one chamber still. i —.Mary E. Coleridge. Fnntrh Dhisiun Entertains . Tbird Dhlsion The uletiibers of the Third Division were Ruests of the .Fourth Dirision-«f the Prcshyttrianj Working Society yesterday afterijoon iu the home of ilrs. 1). V. -N'oWhrup, 502 fKasr street. " i " .Mrs. W. E.' Stark.<. chairniah of the.Fourth pivi.sion. was injcharge of the progt-ani. The hyimi, "lie, J^cadeth -Mei" oi)tued the AeCfiug and Mrfi. Tra.vis .Morse and Miss ]Mary Itenishcrg conducted 'ijlie devotional jieriod. A playlet, '•jl'unu'- kiu Holler llee.slrict Skulk" the clo.^ing day.'wa-.s cMacled. .^j ^al W. ,E. Starks was the-teacher The pupils ini hided .Mrs. 1). P. N"orth- rup. Mrs. (". K. t'ciiiiiiiKtoi.,- .Mrs. C J. Tr;>nil>"ld. .Mrs. Ciarkle Cil- l)ert. Mrf, A. N. Swipart. .Mrs. (". B. -HpeuciT and Mrs. K. C. Ileni.s- •berg as jililc sirls.'aMd .Mrii. Wil. bur Shiclils and .Mrs. Oka lliniler- .<<o)i as llitle bivy.s. A'isiiors woro .Mrs. Travis Mor.^ii' and .Mis.si .Mary neniJiberK.. Avbit .uav.- llie 'pupils advice. A prograni consistlngj of march""-, sonsrs. uiniidii cxfi-cihcs. and ess ly.M, was tli>' i'iiii'rl;ii^ini<'Mt and ll>' hw.iri|> wire iiicluri> • cards. .\ft>>r .sclinol ihc children and tcacliir (DUK i"li<ir Hiii(ch to the 'wonilf:. I . j Th).>< Iva.'; ijui'si IIMV :iiid slixtic-u guests ?ind l>v"'iiiy-;;<'vcn in«uli''r.s of the liivi: ions atitiidi 'i) the'iinic ting. , ' • . <'•<'<' Hostesses al IMiincr ', ..Mrs. Iliw.-inl l.iavcH'; .-lid; Ml> •. Dorfitliy Meliza wcrn h^.stcsae.? at six-o'clock dinnor Tuesday evening in the home of tho former, and - to the .show afl(rw:irds m tiii' teachers of M( Kiiilcy school, Decorations wcn> svvtci pcys and carnations. . i ' Those at the • p.-iVty wfre:! .Mrs. W. H. King. 4>riH( ijial: Mrs.' Karl Woore. Miss JCthcI Strong. | .Miss Florence Strong. .Miss Do'nilhy Cunimincs. Miss 'l.isr;;! .Arinacosl and Miss Florcni'i- Knnk. i >V««d-3Ioore (liiss 3IonUil}- .Meeiini,' ' Thp, monthly ineciing of the Wobd-Moore class of the iFirst Methodist Eidscopal church : WHS held "yesterday aflornoon In the home of Mrs. Iti-ulah K. Funk, 307 •^Jorth Jefferson avenue. I A hymn was ;sung with Mrsj Otto .Hlllbrant! at the piaiio; dev<itiob- als .were led by Jlrs. W. .1. Alger and the Lord'."? Prayer was rtiireat- . ed in concert. The prcsidentj :Mrs. E. Harclerodc. presided oyer the business and S-^u.OO was pledged to - the missionary dopartmeht of the chur'lf. .Mrs. Elmer Eflin of iMoran, gave a^ reading. "Hilly the Credulous." A reading. "Biffi Perkins's Toboggan Kide." was given by Miss Dorothy Siniposn of Mor ran. "Two musical readings. '.•I..eg- cnd of Twilight•P.clls." and •Tlay- ing Make-P.elic've." with i.Miss Celeste Griffith at the piano, >vere given by .^Jiss Knth Higgins i'who also read ".Mammy's. ^Piccaniiiny." Miss Lucille ("analsevi pla'yeil a 'Piano composition. The a .ssiiting hostesses were: Mrs. .i. Jj. Smith. Mrs. J. .1. Heldehrant. Mrs. iOtto illllbraiit. MrM. A. )•:. (illiHon. Mrit. John llfcnri'. Mrn. H. F.i IJrftwn. Mrs. MAxeM Musxon, i»nUi Mrii.'O. .Meinbi-rs present were: Mea- damvH 1^. I'. Uurtnett, BessU Karling. ,M.; K. I/CWIH, Clauflo Hurker, If. C. Bishop. Otho Aloxaudcr. O. W. FenJmore. C. K. Henry, ;B. 11. Thayer, E. ,1. Woodard, • Jolin JC. Eviuis, Ualph Stephenson, Walter Lytle, W.' J. Algor, John Drown, W. (;. Wiley. John Brazee, [J. A. Fleming, M." K. Harclerode, Willis Pereau and C. E. Xewman. i.. * * Kntcrtuin!^ >oirlh>»est IHvlslon " .Mrs. Belle Young, of 312 North Washington avenue, entertaien'd the members of the Northwest Division of the First Christian cjiurch yesterday afternoon. Devotionals by .Mrs. J. W. Avery opened the meeting. 'The afternoon was spent in quiltingi sewing carpet I rags and making articles for an Easter bazdav. Thirteen members and the following guests were prekenl: Kuth Wolf. Iluth'Stodard. Lou Ann Stoddard and Junior Harmon. . <• •:• •:• • : 1 Kir .Kl Division; Eiflertains ; Set-oMd Division . ; i The!members of the Second Division ;were guests of the members of tbe -Firstl i>ivision of the tiener- al Working Society of the First Presbyterian <-hurch ycstenlay afternoon iu the home of .Mrs. T. B. Shannon, .SI5 .Norlli Jefferson avenue. .\ I short devotional service was by Kirs. Erik Jensen, chairman he Finst Division and ti ipro- 1 was as follows: Kealling, Sarah J. Coffield: hnni(^rous •itor,V describing the memberfi of both divisions, read'by Mrs. V. C. Archer: reading, .Mrs.-A. .1. I <'ul- to^i; song. Miiis Viola Oalgilmo. Camesjand charndea fitrnished fiir- tlit'r citiortainment, and lunch seVvcd.' Thirty-nine women ijvere lucscni.- I ; •> <' <• Honor'.Mi«.s.Mr}i%:i Miss Dorothy Mcliza.. instri . of history jn Junior high scEioolj was honored with a fruit 8h(>wcr a'nd birljiday jiarly Wedne; night in Iter lionie. The slu w:is givcii by .her first hour lory (-lass. Those at fhc parly were: ^Vlnia Hudson. Irene Wilkinson. Audrey Baker. Elsie Long. Mayino Thoi ^ias, .Mell .a Taylor. Mildred D .-ivis. Mary ClitirlcH .luly 14. . and died Mur^b 4, l!i27. ill Kor^ l.yonN, Ciilorudo; aged .'12 yc«r«. T ninnlliH tutii 4 dnyt. lie moved Willi hiM imrcuiH to loin when in- wnH i}iu> yeitv; old unit hiJH. niiide IIIIH IIIH home iwcr vluce.. It lit probably not too",m*«'l> «> Huy (hut timiinK ull the IIOVM U( htx generatloij who grew ;iip h<re In loin, Chnjllo Bhiho|) was one of the bent known and our: of IIIH mimt gonelraily popular. 'He had a beautiful (enor vol<-e which h.- delighted tojuse in the service of-Ills frlcnd.s orj of the community and so for years he was frequently in ^videnye as a singer'on all sorls of: occasions, particularly in homo talent ilraniaiics or nnisieal comedies at wliich be especially excelled. The war came on just as Charlie Bishop wa.s emei'ging .from boyhood and without waiting for the draft law to be put into operation, be promptly volunteered, entering the service' of his country as a member of^ the 22nd Engineers and proceeding! almost at once OLA DAILY REGISTER. FRIDAY EV^ENING. M^ARCH 11, 1927. 11 i Nc«wnd UupflAt Churcli, (Ur» N. Chest uul SI.) Sii^iday.school :>:ir» a. ni. lliSt) a. III. |>reacliiiig. . i\. Y -K ,i'. r. 6:oO p. in. l'rea<.hing .S p. ni: I J. H. JACIHIS. Pasliu-. •SI. Tiluulbj's Epkcup^l Cht^cl^ Church .islliool. 10 H. ?n. EveniiiK V'XrsX .1. Jl. L'. (burcli. (Lincoln and Buckeye.i Sunday school a.- ni. Class 10:-|0 a. m. ' Morning worship 11 u. in. A. C. E. League.«::!(»ii. m. Scrniou 7 :4U p. m. Official board .Monday iiighi. Teachers niceling'Tuesday ni.^ht. Wednesday 2:.!'J p. m. stLw.u'ioss b'oard niet-Ls. prayer and sjjrmon, 7:15 i [1. Ill Weekly llenten servlc evening. 71: Ir. and FridaJI afternoon for the chihlren at 4:15 The Wojinans Sofflctjj ne.xl riitirsday. .March o'clock ini the vestry r^m o( the church. THO.M.iS (;ETZ HILlL, Rector. rriiilty .Vetliodist Episrdpal Chnrch Now that ed -to Triiii us all the pastor Ims return- y ^or another year let t; ^lui-selves to | the larger tasks of i!liristian enterprise. The I pastor will 1 begin a series of ser- |s Tuesday !w«! meet ?17; at 2 led; of graii .Mrs ctoii >day weri his-i Tw. dy. W. ere Tweedy iind Dorolhv Ali( -:• •> •;• (irelp No. 7 Jlpols \ j The niembers of Circle; N")). 7 of the Oelieral l^idies' Aid of |the First Mefho«list Episcopal chii'rcli, met vesterdav afternoon with ."VJrs.' .V. T. Ueid. j'Mrs. C. L. lloyt was the assisting hostess. TJio busi- ne.ss was' pfeslded over.by \irs. J. H. Gear^, president, and Wlrs- fieorgQ VossQ conducted the devotional period.i The afternoon was spent informtilly with needl-work and the radio, and refreshments were servcdll Twenty-vice mpm- befs Were prbse'nt and Mrs. A. W'ells and Mrs. Julia Sanders w guests; •:• •> • Hike (« Shale ^lound _ Mrs.'ll. Corr and her Sunday school class of girls of the First ilethodist Episcopal church, and guests of the class, hiked to .sljale mound south of lola last night a picnic supper. ^ - "The cliass guests w«>re: Josephine Coghill. Gertrude jOreen, Catherine Gilbert. Helen Kerr, • Jfine Thompson, pelores Fry. Hglen Cortner and Lenore Coblentz. "rbc members were: Margaret Jone.>{, .Mary McPherson. Loraine Wilej-i Lucille Canatsey. Lavbn Barnho is- er, Anna Runuscy, Shjirley Stoi Sylvia Uuth DuRan. Evelyn Wjiy- man and Loicne Kobinson. traded the! disease which he had been figlitipg so valiantly Oie past ind which finally caus- :i. • After beiiig iiiuslered out of the' army, he returned hoiije an<l assisl- two years ed his deat ' Wednesday night prai.-.- service: •'inoiis leuiliiig iip to Easter with Thursday ^night cli'ir reliarsal. ! special inrigniui during Passion Friday night sociiil gi\cn by ; Week. | ; 10 j .Stcwariless bo;ird. . | Sunilay pthool begins at 9:45 a. i S 'on arc welcome to ail of these ' ni. I .Morning: worship 11 a. m., ' Epworthi r .eagno t;:3i>i p. m. . . j- Evening,'worship 7:30i p. m. First Chri.stijin Cliurcii. .\lid-wejjt ! tservices oii Wednes- ible sdiool M ;i::Ut a. jii.. i,,.. i at '7::m. France. -Most of his period of scr-i ! i*^" are weicome ... an .u in vice of 11 months waslspent in that | ^I'f^H-es. . ^ Minist.r country, arid it was tb.)rc he con-I •'AtKbO.N. .Minist.r. Bible Harold Lovitt, supcrinteiiib It. The The board of stewards! will meet schotft was never better prepared 1!" ''^''^ Saluijday even- than now to.take care of all pupils "'f^' • j ^ • i ,.-,,! . , , . • , I wiio attend. .-\ special invit.ilioii ; ... . ... . . . » i«„*i < ed bis father with his work as anc-I extended the pannis to bring' i*"""*' M""^''" I •u 'isl j .V'Ientist. "their chilikcn and enior tin hi ini * Sunday school at m. the primary .d.pjirtnient. Cliurchutll a. in. |; Subject, At 11 a. ni. Mr. K;.y Biai;. Slate i'"'"^".''--''"""'!" . 1. Wednesday evening meetings at tioneer until Jiily l".t21.' when he enteri'd'tbe| enlplciy.of the .McChr-' thy .MotoV Co. iinil later was i a member of I the' firm if Bishopi JC- ' ,, . J,. , ... , i,„ i .Superintendent of Christi.iii McCartliy 4;hirh was "rga i.zed (to , disiioseof the used cars which he, , ,, McCarthy .^oior U.. :"<'"'""1"'-"" : K,x..cntive. o. ('h.,iinie. ,K.i,..,s. held at In the course of its business. H was. the actjve and successiiil manager of the new firm until il.'ilin- ing health ceiiipcMed him to retire from business in .\)>vil Vyt't. He was inarncd on March :it. i ;i2l. to .Mi.ts Adah l.oni:. of Inhi. In every relation of lite. Cli.iilje Bislmp ni;id<' triem ;•. by lii.^ happy diis|io;iition. bis vvillinmiess to .serve, bis ready sjinpatliy and lijs genial and I f;eniiine iiii. elfi.-hiies:;. .Nti lieltei"! cvidf ti'-e could have been ;iccord;i| of the ijiialitit.: audi attributes by wbicji \\>- had endear-= ed hiiiisejf to iKuj^e' who kn"W him than was given .-ij i||,> funeral ser- ; vices wbi -n lli - attendance was .'.o j large thill ijiii ijiily was the I'nil-i ed itretlireij Chiircli completely ; filled, but niany were in attend-' ance who wei-c iinabb' to gain en i trance to th^' Cluireh and yei waiij ; ed outside iiiri>ui:h the entire ¥.v\'~ \ vii-e in orrleV Id pay iheir irilinil'i of reaped aiid affection. ' I Following lllie service at- the U. B. Church, which, was ijimducted by Rev. N. ]... V (LZie. an |old liine friend of the Itisliop fanlily. the .VmiTican l.egioi^. ofwhjcii the ile- will. be the ;:pe.iker. S very i or- di.il inviiatiiiii i- i;iieiiiii-d the public generally, and ' i -.pi ci^iliy nieinluis lit till- K.it.iry Cliib. Ki- waliisClub, and Ane riean L.^iiui. to hear Mr. Wilsun'.s in< Th,ere will be s :ii<i.-i| niu-ie bv llie ilioir directed b.v .Mr. f''r« d Si ile. Prayer ni-eliii;; Wi d!!i al V;tri p. ni. Te^iiliir •Iraittlii;: • la > will iin-^'i .•It 7 p. Ill \\". il'il •'li.v. The public-.i. I'lrili.iliy in -.iii .l In i'ltend .ill : erve i-. Ij. bl ..i itii . eliiirch*. ! --..!... FirsI .Me(liod;i-t riiurcli". .Siiiiilay :,el |iii.| I): |., ;,. : .Miirning_ s-rviee 11 a. mi -;iil> .i'.el of seMiein. • Tiiiii^-i Cirjii .in. I .Small." Fveiiinn servji i-. .ubieci u\ i:-r ninli. "\\\ liiijie: Cull.' Til.- seriiee will 1 1.e |i-?i| v.itli .ni olil liisiii'ined sing. Itlliriiicdi;ife and .iMninr l ,.-:i;;iii-. p. III. .Senior l.eamii'. t ;:::i' p. m c. I. coMis.MITii. I'.i i-.r. ! S o'clock. Services Uvill be held lat church : edifice. . corner of Sycamore and East strexjs. The reading room iiver Itanisay's I>ry Go6ds Store. ;loi'-l. East! iNladison avelnue. open i e ;ich weekld 'iy from 2 o 5 p. m. ; The piiblicj is cordially invited to iaitend the ;services of Cio church . aiirl III visit the reading room. : I ree Molhodisi Cbtiirrik i ::"7 North Third Street.) Siindiy scli'Hil Id a- IU.. Mrs. C. li'.' Gray, siiiieril 'tendent: ' N. E. II<M iier. Ms ^jiMaiit siiperiitendent. The V. \l. V. P. .servile will, bp ; in < har «e of the V. P. sii lorintend- jelit. ' : Prciehing service al 11 a. ra. :;Mbj ('<t nsell will be: "Holiness, a CJods False and rue In anii--ni times ppoi les wor- :l!i|ipeii ih.-i sun gcal. in Germany iliey li.-id unci- a war Kod in Wall jsiiei-i ibeyj still have tl e money ,'-,Hil. niillinitj): bow down before a ; pleasure god. other luillions before ceased was ja military escort. iihe eteiiiiii toniient god. wbil for Dear Pussyj Govain: Tbe jwlld ictwes aro o»t in full bloom. I ^are . been gKiing;. about all tbe morning •dmlrios them. As I came nA ibra, tbe field 1 saw tbe 'most beMntitull iwild rose bush. A big blae^ jatag Ibeetle was stamUits on its! Wnd lo^. beside, it. ij "How dp you do, t!tinm," said the l>eetle. "I snr >po .se that yon think that we beettes ate those wild rose .petals and .strippe*! off thow leaves and the weight of mv body broke off fTTu> jfUg Ifeetle and tie WiM RMP. ,klit«t tiriinrb, But wp are not re- wpotudble for Hull di-striWtIon. A INI.V cduie along H while ugu and Nlupiiod iH 'xlde this wild roitp biub. 3l0 renrbeU up un<l b<>gii)i to pull off tlio t)<>(alH of that ru»cj plncblog tlJi>ni and roiling.tiwin iMMw ^eo IIIH ISw ^Hn, Kiekln(C nnd d ^cKibg bU IiW»la Ihtn the ground, hq gnrcd up Into (be Klcy. 11c tlipii rcjicbcd over jarid broke off ibis brancii. He lay Ebpre tax quite a while; c icwing the leaves. Then be reaebeil up agnia jBod began to pinch and pull at thp jedse;! ^f the rose petab. .j What aat- liifnctlon be got in ruinW tW.t bean- dfut nild rose busb and lu blos- kov) ifl B>oc&.U £K JLra. Beefla and. I can ima^e. I suppose that w;e or tl»e TQse tag? wljl get tbeicredlt-f'. "W^hy la it. Ctssan. t*at soni:- people Mem to think that ail of tbe beautiful ^bingj) thati <ire ETOvlnj; about them are placed here for them to disfisqre, aad destroy." ««id tb« stag beetle. That boyi probably did not realize wlujt be was doing. I said. Therb are lots of people that never pass a flower or bnsh without pulling off a leaf or lynching Iti A man was calling on my raistres.<!. one afternoon. She wa» serving tea . nut in the garden. He reached oyei^. tore the petals from a flower and rolled • them between his fingers, t conld see my imtstress wince hut she could not (ell him that he was In- jm-ing the flower hecamte h.- wa<i her gtjest. 1 have noticed that sh^^ has never lnvite<l him to take tea ia her gardm again. Tea Is now- always served on the piazza when he comes. i Tbe beetle family is very interest* Ing. Cou^n Ted.' Ton reinember r wrote you about, tbe tunible hue which belongs to "the I>e<!<le family. | Thp slag boplles have a hard sbpll with two horns. I Jta wings fold up under thb sbel^ so that it can go about with bo fear of ininrlng Ita delicate wings. ! • You have no donW seen tbe thlc* whikp fleahy grubs that you find in the ground in Iho ni>rlng.. Theno conto put of the ground a* beetle*, Thp strawberry leaf lipciln rnma lip while wa werp talking. It la a large lip(.«|p but baf no borpa. - TJjp ItUlo lady hi|g came oloni; too and was much dlHtrpuxed abaut tb« roup. TbP bfletica told mp tbpir lifc^la- lory. How they lay llielr egg* oa dead leavpa-whlcta fall to t)ip gr-'iind. The yut{[ng Itirva hatch: from tb« egg a* a grub and enter U>e gr^iimt whore tbor feed U(iuii tbt noia of Iilanta. When full grown titer change idio a papa and tltcu leav* ibc ground as a beetle. This la their entire Iffe hlMtory. Wilt wrlt« yon more aboni (ijc bpetlos .soon ah 1 have found th'^m vpry in-s I'rcsbjieriaii I iinrch. ••i;i.e.-iise,r:,(ed we.ilili „\ ( In i .s- |i;,ve> no goil at .-ill. incinbeiV formed ai 'l-''^^.'," •<'''. K'';"'t'^'-' hlniraine („,,.„„,„ ^vorship a God of i<.,i i.v thurch.s P!i)i;i e.";-." s this , . •, ,a^v t Sra •'•'""'^i*' "V-''-- Ton..rr.,vv I..;'- aj rewarder o partv to iii ^hlaffVeiServ mT -'-^very Me.„|.e,- Volunteer r:,n- 1 ".a, diligently seek him." Elks. Lodge conducted the service • ^^^'^ , =" ' '' at the grave at th. conclusion ofp'.'" ='"•'' VT\ ''"^'^l which the American Legion .aMin ''."V/='; !" ' "I"""; V took cl .aim..lthe salute being given },"'"""^'''7'H>;?';.I';. V "'V ,O G ,.,! ;n>d by a firing .i.,uad and that follow-' "'''* •) \" "'"•-:' •^"V.\'i -. ... ... ;e;inse tiniins li.»p |>ineM-' le l!;,- Aid-; iiiit'-r 'hiiiiseh. Trv i: .iinl -ei-: .Hany meii of nliiny filutU, Hine ninpv gods Of inany ed by the bugler sounding taps. Kinds, \A\ WHO IS YOUR (SOD? millions c many ove who "them Charlie Bishop is survived , by his wife, his father and niot;her.! two brothers. Clyde of Chahute • and Fred of t'hicago. and two si.^- j ters. .Mrs.- Carson Glore of Chanut]e and Ruth of lola. I (First Published in The iofa D:iily j 1 Register March :!. 1927.1 j .NOTK E (IF FI.NAL SKTTI.K.HK.N'i'. j Sta.te of Kansas, ,\l!en County, ss. • In the I'robale Court in ;iinl for! said County. I In the matter of the j Estate of Charles W. ile.?wooil. dc-j ' ceased. i Creditors and all other'itersons | interested iiij the aforesaid Estate : are hereby ni^tified that 1 shall apply to the Probate Colirt in and forj, said County, i silling at the C<nirl i House in lol'a. CO'inty of Allen. ] State of Kan.*i-is, on the 2nil day of' A'.-.ril. A. n. ; M>27, for a lull and I final settlemetit of said E.-itate. and for. an order i finding and adjudging who are the helrtj..devisees' and legatees of said deceased. OLIVE iHEfiWOOl). A<lministralor of the Estate of Charles W.; ilcgwood. deceaseil. (.".I ;!-Hi-17-2l: "Is your piace a small place'.' Tend it with care! 1 1... y,ni there. Is your pla'^e a larxe ;;lai e? Giiard it with, .are! He set you there. Wliate'er your p!iie\ it is .Vol yenis a loll.', hut His "\\'ho se; Villi I her.-." • .loiiii O.ieiiliam. .Me .rniiig worship ;il Jl:e'* o'clock. Ky.uing servile .it 7:;i" o'clock. Sunday '^ijiocd at 1" a. in. \. P. S. C. K. at t>::'.ii p. m. H. G. M.VTHiS. Pastor. K. P HALL (Over Palace Drug Store) 8 P1 M. SUNDAY 13th Anspk-es I S. A. Everybody iHVltfd B. In ilKse liriies a'holder of the beavyweigiit pugilistic title niakc-f more money in one fight than: was made by any champion of a generation -apo in '.he whido hi his career. ' HOOPING COUGH No "cure"—but hclpsj to re,- dnce paroxysms u coughing. ViCKS Oomr IT MUtioit Jan C/«eJ Yearla FOR YOUR DRINKING WATKR . I ' 'ittti can't iim.'iKitii! \yh'al a (li|R'mifp tlu-n.' until you liH\|i' xiven Oziir- ku Water u trial. ( J^MKI for your lu-alth. Gall 181 We Deliver Heart Ne«d." afi taught by tlio Apoatica and hy John WcHlpy, thp rnthor oC AUtbbdlam- Subject In the eveiMaf wilt he:: '•gin u reproach- to' any people." Tueaday nigbt claaii mcellng at 7:30. Thursday night prayer meeting la chacgtt ol ;!l)rs. .Maggie Caldwell. The. revival fire still burns. A welcome to these servlcca. ALBERTA BONHAM. Pastor, Aksqdato Bible Stndents. (K. P. "Temple Cor. Washington and Wtat StreeU.) 10 a- ra. Scripture study for adult and Junior' Bible students compa^x-^ Adult topic: "Organ izi^- tioa of the New Creation," 1 Peter 2:5. Junior topic: "The Enbmy Organizes," Gen. 11:1-4. H a. m. topic: ''The iSon and Servant." Matt. 23:11-12. , 8 p. m. a lecture by 0. H. Draper, subjeef: "Who is Your God." Tuesday. March 15..S p. m. a Bible lecture by G. H. Draper of Xew Tfork City. Subject: "The World's Only Hope." Seats free,, lio col- lectlqo. Wednesday. 8 p. m. af 428 East Sflonroe prayer and praise and testimony service. Bible text, "God shall help her, and that right early." Psalm f6:.^. B. W. BOTLEMAN. Secy. Ctaircii <!f t|ie Xaxarenp. (Corner Fit it and Neosho.) Sunday scho >1 9:45 a. m.. -Mr. Ben Frlediupd. Supt. Rev. "lyjll H. Kerry, the evangelist, will preath In the morning from "God's Fill Orchestra." This subject will ajipeal to ^11 music lovers and be 1 an inspiration to everybody. i ' The Junior Society meets at p. m. Mrs. Llllle B. Xerry will speak and illustrate her message on the thcine "DIvino .Magnetism." .\I1 children, young people, their parents and (rieoils arc invited. Tho N. y. P.'S. meets at i ::3o p. m. Mrs. Ar 11. I.ance, president. K.a Uttle Symphony Orchestra Acknowledged to be one of the most masterful organizations of its kind in the country, with 26 artista and Miss Elizai?eth Blis)i Brookfield Contralto Soloist Seats 50c, 75c and $1,00 Make Reservations at Mercfaantls Jewelry Stprp Tpnight March 11 8:15 i).m. Memorial Hall Spdnsored by the Music I)epaxt0?nt, {ola Publli Schools I TliP HuhJccI IH: "H illiiPHit—(iod's iUiguli -enR 'nt for Mat." TU9 evangPllsl'M ih -me tonight Is "The rmumworuble Qurntton," on Saturday night It Is, "Tht- ,Mnn With Ihp Elephant! ExiUfrlence" nnd on Sundtiy night he will preach nboiit "The '('npurdonablu Sin.". •MRS. (;. .M. KLOWEIl, Pastor. TiiP Biipllst Tpinpir. The Sunday cveuing service will bo given over to the W, >V. G. and the young i)eople will describe the work of the society and tell what they had to dp, to win the beautiful candelabrum, which they took in competition with all the churches of the State. Sunday school at 9:4."> with cordial invitation to people who are not connected with some other school, to attend. At the morning service Dr. Sowerbv will preach on the subject. "The Inspiration of a Vision." The choir has .special music prepared Jor both services. ; . The Killrwiiy Luncheon Club, m- cenlly oi'gaiilznd la .N'ew Vork City with beudiinarlerH at the Hotelj KIDmorei prtrpimes lit hold u ilull>'j luncli'on! for gidfiTii only, to cnnblo | the devotees of Ihp game lo incPj ; and IflBciisM the uport iiiidlrliirbcd. i The vctvrun Staiiislaiic Ziiyi.zku "malnlaluK that a wr <Kiler can Wrestle best when In his bare feet, as the bare f.'ct rive .-i ne>re nai- ural grip on the ni;il than can be hail with any shoe. sofierers ^^/, Jl find grateful relief in the M ^ exclusive menthol blend t \ in Loden's Menthol .jL ^KCoogh — n Style authorities believe it to be the hit of them all Sponsored in a number of pif|uant modes. .Mso the new C.iays. ijlondes. BrOwns. and -Itcptile effects. All fn evidence at the Palace at moderate prieing.s. $5.00 $6.00 LEADERS K EXLE y TONIGHT ONLY Matinees 10c and 20c; Nights 10c and .30c I I I The Best- Your Last Tribute M The marking- of the resting place of the departed is ii sacred and lovipg privilege, fhe test of a menorial is ti^e. Our memorials stand t)ie test, i MONIBfBNTAL WOR^S 301 SMth WM>M #M>, pj^oo^ 679 You know this fellow—He's a backslapper and a wise=cracker—ihe's just a Ibt'of bluff and nonsense—but he sure is FUNKY! Watch him move in on his hatchet-faced mother-in-law, run over a traffic cop with a borroXved flivver and upset things in general, including your nervous system! Also Comedy and Fox News SATURDAY— I HOOfT I A rattUnij ffood star!i of,the nenjicsi. bnc.zi- est cowman who ever scorched a saddle. The ever popular Hoot in one «/ most, fascin- atiny and racy charictcrizat HDIS . You'll run the yavintjof cmotioia from rlavl to finish. DON'T AJiss rn EXTUA ADDKI) "TJiE SILENT FLYEK" Featuring Malcolm McGregpr. l^ouitie l.rf>rraine and SIN v^jrlStreak.Ku^g of Dog Actors ('ome and see jthe Iceboat plunge into the dynamite bluKl — hair-raising pursuit of the wolf pack -battle Iu the skieH and liiindredH of other fhrlllc' .\ rip-snortlnK chapter, play of the ••-iKiw country featuring .Silverstreak the grenteid dog tuir on the screen: A smashiig climax al the end nf each epinode: Don't miss this snper-Herial! j .Vlsu t 'umedy nnd New*. fonip earlj-HfteiMl the 3fatiiiee gpl ju <.t ihc -eal you want. Shows 1:15. i-AH. i. R:3(> :iiul 10 O'clm-k r »>K 10c ll.Uinee: m- Nliit ^p .Vigl^ti. I I I 1

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