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- TOElotA DAILY REGISTEK. FRIDAY EVEN NG. MAR^H 18j;i927. 7 1 1 , f • •in, .'I lTl|ie Tfme>faftth laid his mtfnt [ iiOf ^,wiaa and rain and Icy clifiU; lApd dAije rich ieinbioldery ^ . ^Of sulbli^t poared on lake and i hfll. jNo^east or bird in earth or B cy, ;°#hOBA voice does not wltli ;Iad- 1.^ • . ndss thrill, • - iPOr Time hath laid his niaiitlo by, Of wind and rain arid i»y chill. llUver and fountain, brook anc) rlli. Bespangled o'er with livery giiy I' Of sllvei' droplets, wind their way. All-in their new aiipari-I vie : For Time hath laid hik mantlet by. —("harle.s of Orb'uns. Ho ^tCRKes at SI. Falrick Brl#e liD^rlivtin at Kellef ..Mr«. Ifrank .McCarthy. Mrs. Kr.d Deitton, MrH. Le^ N. (ii.sli and IMIHH 'Margaret. Smith wi -rt- . hus 'tdsHv .s treBterday'at a St. I'atiick brldnc I iuqchevn at one .oclock iti ihf Ki -1- ley Hotel dlDlnK rooiiij . The tables won? cu-itt-rcil wljli . sreea carnatlonH from wlilcli gi-ei-u . rlb.bona fuKtcn<-(l iu iipsiuniliiiK shkmrocks on *liicli iwrc ^ irijih hala oxteiidtil Uo the platits. • Ireen iapt *rH were on tin- lahli'S irid ot&er decorailon.s w«»rc pdJtcd eras. The favors W<.TI- grt-tn <aria |tton9. Thi[ liincliuun was serVeil n three couifseH, ami llic waitri'.ss- •8 ', wore white and grcon crt-pe mper aprons ami grt-uu pluB Iiai.s. i At bridge .iMr .s. .1. C, Mitn-lba.h I'eiilved the high .score i )ru!e: Alr.s. 'Q.. H; Shield.-*, second' jirfze. arid . 0. Elks . I'lilricii I>ance B.' P. ,0. ^ks. Xo. ^9. gave a Pat rick'dance last night In the dub rooiiiK. with a number of out-of- town people in attendance. The music.was excellent, furniuhed by the Youngberg orcbe-stra of O ta- wa. Kai <.sa.s.| This was the- ast danci? of the Sfta .son and the. ast card parly will, be next Thurs lay nrght with Mr.s. A. 11. Twadill chairman of the hostess comnit- lee. Tliose attending the .daijici wen Messrs. and .Mesdaines W. L. (' )x \V. «. Uurn .side. .\1. L. l-:iiide. \V. S. Kt-es. C. \V. Itiilberl. (J. \V. Sli 'r- W0O.I. L. H.j Chevalier. W. K. S< n- ek .-r. Il.;wai;.l .Miller; I.. (I. .Nor Ii- riiji. \.. .v. Oi .^h. Frank .\Ic(!arl ly. Knd l)<iitoh. Ali-lviii Kroiik. 1'; Ui'imI. l.iiKJiri lliinsiikir. lloraci .Mlllir. J. Ifnd .Schmidt. T. O'Klalu'ity. i.. W. Slnimon.-.. K Tervln. of xlianule. \. L. Kills. Ilninboldl. 1>'. .M. Stock«-r. Ya Ceiijer. .Mi:*. Work.^. Humbolkti <f<. I ..•.t'..,. lull.. I. [^irtie. The invitation list Included: MiBsdahies F. U. Ai)t, .1. IJ. Ar|. iletti F. H. Arnold, C. C. Aiisliernian. ack Hiatt. Jim Bartlett. F. S. Beat- iie.-B. T. Barber, S. A. Hixby. U. V. I Hawlus. iRex Bowlus. A. P. Brig- 1 ami, XJo.vd .N. Brown, II. A. Brown, :i. B. Brownfield. Lucille Black. ..]'t,i gco^;- John Bowman, Ciarm -ll; ] fairy Crane, Ft. Scott: Jack Ches- 1 ro,|Garnett; T. O. Caiialsey. Lloyd CarUr. J. E. Chastain, L. B. Cheva- i -]ler,.R. O. Christian. C. L. Clark. .Roscoe Clark, E .B. Cook. Harry «;i)ok, d. L. Cox. \\v L. Cox. Krauk litenton. Coldny;. Harry Denton, j y •-• v , i ColcwBy; Chan De'iuon.ScoIony: (ii..., H«'le>;ses In |r irele >o. .• i DeritoD, • Garnetl; Lewis Drake.] -Mrs. 0. P. ;Duncan. .Mr.s. Catliei j Humboldt; G. C. Ualgarno. jr.. Xl (). 'ne Odor and; Mrs. Harry Xeiglibc Bodge. V. Donselt. D. C. Dullea. y.. R. Enfield, \V; Fee.«. J. J. lord, J. F. Foust; Kenneth Fonst. -^elFronk, Chas. Fry, Geo. Fry. f o / "-tie .NO. .-, OI U Jt ir. Fry, Dan Frv, S. \V. Fickle.^-^letbodist Ladies An. L E. Cibson. .L J. Griffin, G] M. response iwas: .MisH ;s Kiiililceii Lunyoii., Jiiliu will. Kslherj Kiat/. 'riii -iiiin '.Mdil- ilux. MarvclU? Clark. Daphm- Sloi g- lilll. Kiliel Anilersoii. Lena Criiti-r of Kansas City. .Mii. .Messrs. H. lloKan of Hiiniboldt. Vernon l>i g- gan. Harold' Troutman. Iliss. Jr., ^ili t Humboldt. Uerndrd Flaiiii<;iy. Jw-Chihaske. .Merle B " liiigi-i'. llaiViIii Bushgens and Tlioj as Coleman. •:• * « Anniuil .lleeilnir The annual mcjeling of Trinity .Methodist KpiscOpal Ladies' Aid .s<iclety was held yestvrday afler- Byron Moses was host last ipight to Clifford. Bairber, Stout Master, and.hhf Troop No. 56 Boy Sjcouts of the First Christian thurchj at a St. Patrick: party in ibe home of his parents. Mn anil ijtrs. Ira Mo- I ^Res, 70^ South Washington avenue. The decorations included shamrocks, green ribbon^v | pipes Jand harps. A large picture of St. Patrick was drawn by Mrs. Moses, tacked on the wall. a|nd' the" boys were blindf6lded and ^iven lilwrty to iiuncli ms nose. Many games were played, among thifm the working of a scout puzzle.! A spelling contest. In which. ey.'s and hands served as letter^, was interesting in which .Zelby Taylor won the prize. Irish stories wer/f told ; by each ono and scoiil songs were j sung. Tbi- radio fiiniislied other music throughout ilii- i.-vening. .Mrs. .Moses asitisted by -Mrs. Jack Cravt-n. Mrs. t). K. Craven and .Mrs. Clifford Barber, wearing white and green aprons and tall hats, si-ri.-d •A vrci'ii a>id wli'ti- lunclii'on al n long lalil"'.- Till- lioy^ prcsfiii wi-re: . Hoy Haili-n. Tlnirsioii Liiif. Kv- eri'tt Ilowcll. ltoli.-rl Stroiip. Alva Tompkins. Kalforil .SfVeiiis. Kvt-r-' ••II Slii'pli>-i'il, Clt'iiroy llf.sM. I^iijis lliirj.Mr. /ell.y Taylor. Bi-ntly .Millir and Scoiii Ma.-lir Barber. •:• ^. iRQifeAPIRO CASE. SEAL ESTATE TBAirsFEBS • ! >> Issued Daily from (fffice of * j <• lola Abstract Co. <?• I * ; * i f March 17. 1927) James R. Bauer, widoi^er. to Sav- onbnrg State Bank, that part of ,E^i of SE% :iO-26-21, lying W of j right-of-way, except tract in SW j corner; Blocks 2 and t>. Town of I ; Savon burg, also a strip com 25 ft. I i \\ of S\V cor Lot 10 Block 2. Sav- |<.nbui.«;. Wlo ft.. X 285 ft.. . E 1<» i 11.. S 2S5 ft. to beginning. • j L. C. Kidney and wife Lorena to i |o. K. Bro^i•n. E'^.. of the following: Tir.it part of .\W4 ;',e-24-18. com. i IL' rods X of SW cor. of XWV'.. th. I : K Tl rods. H ft.. X 7 rods. W 22 Honor-: ue-nrivliflv on ill- jurv hearing the Saplro-Ford-'Sil.000.000 Jibehsuit at Oelrolt—fax! wi.men aii-J loiU. 11 fr., S to beg. acre, siv men Tliev an-- I..'.!IOIM n W fi lo n «hf .Mrs. Grace li. jjtiles. widow; Mrs. Clare M. Hoffliian; lio.is.-, (;.•^.^^e ft. Bowlus and wife Eth'- wife- Mrs Grac- II l.-v.il! c..:-<ii.i - '.Ir^. Aiiiui .M. Konen. hotinekeeper; .Mrs. Emrtia B. Clark'son. hoii-.-cl n. H. R. Culllson. Eiist 92 ft. of wife" Mrs Ann I Hiottii li..ut- " S'•-IKI row. |. n lo righf—Carl V. Ilaag. retired drnggisl: .\iiior X Lots and <i. Block lo. Ithoades iMiarl accoiiiiiaiil: Ki n-si Sr li.\.ir n .i.iinml.-r; Herljerl Schoenhal.s. hardware dealer;! Chail.:. .A.|,| lo lola. ; ' . Paikhiirsl. i^i.! vhaiii; Cl.ai!.;, .), I),,:.;., l-ra.... At lop is an officer of Uie court. LET jqNE^ : DO IT! Jon^s Electrifc Works ' ! Y-. \\. r. A. Kleclv BftU'ers • The iiH -iiiln 11 ol iliv Voiing Wiiiii- M\'>^ Clllisltan A-asocial ion iiiil Ibis morning in lln' jiiiiii.i college x\\\{\\ elected llie .Xollowili); oHicersloi Mrfe, Leonard, Loll the consolation j „„„„ j„ the jjocial" room of llie clinrcli. The IJev. JJ C. Wilson <-oii(liicl 'he ilevoiiimais and talked abojiit I he importaiice^of women's \vo in the .cimrch and rlieir iilace the church, iplection of ollicers f the next liscal year resulted as f< lows: .Mrs. E. J.- Wright, presidi-n .MIS. I). K. I'lii,llips. vice-pie.Kiden -Mrs., Frank Baker, .secrjel:iiy ai Mr.s. n. .\. Uaish. treasnifer. The new, j )(ticers met| with ll pastor to discuss i)lans for ll year. j First MfthiidM I hurch. Siinilay Scliool u. I.'i ii.in. W.ui'ii 'Tiickir. .Siipi. .Morning .S.iiiiii;i. U .i.' m. •. ;•;,•:I, Miss Ada Itillli Hanson, viii'-pnisi- ji < I. "GihI :i|)eakiiiv." deal; .Mi.-^s'Ceiii )-,i;i .VnnlgliMi. :;ec-i Imei tneihate aiiil .Imii .M l.i;i:.iii lelaiy and .Miss Louise Ivliii. ; ;i| Ti p. in. treasurer. i Kpwoiili League ii::;ip p. nil ."-''ili iject, -Wliai l:-*.My Joh?" , • ; Sermon ai 7:r;o p. \\\. ."-^NIij^ • i si'rvi' next year: Williinij i .Mi.ss VJigiiiia Smilli. piesiilehl; "The i'ow.-r of ;1 VI. • 1 . 1. COl .hSMiril. r;c- were hoiitesses yesterday afternoo in the home | of the former. ."5011 South" Buckej-e street, to the men; hers of Circle Xo. 5 of the Fir> ( rover, J .AV. Gish. 0. L. Ga?ling-1 onae, J. L. Hair, E. E. Harrison, Harrison, K. W. Harry. ^Harmon Hobart. F. J., Horton, C. L. ! -ijloyt, F. S. liughea, Logan Hunsak' «r, R H. Hunter, H. IL Howard. '•• 1'opeka; C. A. Hubbard: AV. I). L Joh4s, J. :B. Kirk. A'. L. Kirk, Stan- lsy.Kirk, Patil Klein. E. D. t;md. Col.JLanyon, Frank Lenski, w. O. Lenbart, L, C. Lott, E. H. lieitz- ijach, Humboldt; E. E. Lynn, C. J. Marr, 'E. McDowell, Clikiton, JIo.; C. i J. AltCann.' R. E. M.rDon- .tld,' Joes Murphy, F. J. .MoKvvon. • J. Q. McClelhjnd, Mont .McKinn<'y, J. V. Merchant, Burney Miller, Hor-, aceMlller, P. S. Mitchell, J. G. Jllttelbach, J. D. Miltelbach, J. I). '.Mundifi,' 1). G. MiiMflnger Lee • Jloftzger. D. P. Northriip. L. L. >orthrup, L. O. Northmii. Laverne Jiortjirup, U. B. .N'orihrup. T. K. C'FJaherly. H. M, Palmer, W. W. lock. O. B. Pi'ndnrvlH,ill. H. Perrv, Vat«38 Center; J. M. Powell. VV. V.. \ J alston, P. E. lU-.d, J. T. Beid. X. J. RItcUey, IxitUs HoblnHc'm. W. IC. /I undall, Chas. Uoelil. C. E. HuHsell, I I oultr S.chlangei*, Fred Sclinildl. iCbarlcB F. Scott, John C. Scoll. .MkT; "F. 'Seneker, C. AV. Sherwood, ho. H. Shields. E. D.-Shields. S. 1. ; ^fers, L. AV. Simmons, W. U. Smith, jq. p. Smith,. AValliice Smith, C. U., Spencer, J. G. Stadler. E. B. St <i 'dR-fand Mrs. Stamper will reside. Will, O. B. Stodghlll. C. A. SwJg- 'Wh: We Know About St. Patrick." Ke freshtnents were in keeping wit the Irish saint. Sixteen member^ were at the nieeting; •:' • •:• Pythian .Slstets (ilve SI. Patrick Pariy -A St. Patrick party was held laf night in the K. P." Hall by the mem bers of the Pythian Sisters. It IK gan with'a |l>aRkct supper at sevep o'clock and a^te;r supper there wene stunts and jconte.sls for the cntei- taiiiment., 'Tl^e outstanding feature was a;mDcJ( ^'eilding enacted hi* .Mrs. Josie Crtblenlz. .Mrs. H: V Corr. Mrs. A.; J. Swinford. Mrs. I C. Potter; Mrk. Homer Dreher an lilllu Paulliu-j Swinford. the rliii^ bearer. ,\ htrge crowd was prl•^] eni. .M(iore.><lniM|i«|r The marriage of Miss I,O|I1N| Mo<ne. daughter of Mrs. Maud .Moore, of 117 N'oilh Kintiick Mtri-e|. and .Mr. Harold Stamper. o ]r Cintrallii. .Md;. took place Febni ary 15. • The bridii was a iiliideiit of tli lola high H «ih^iol at the lime <if h< marriage. The bridegroom is Milesman for; the Karbonna Prod net Coiiipanyj of which the Stamp ers are promoters with lieadquar Ters in Sprin^lleld. Mo., where .Mrj gett, L. P. Stover. D.; Schomerns,; Knierlalii Plrile .\o. 3 r. J. Swonger, jT-., E. G. Steele.} .Mrs. F. H. jChilds. Mrs. CharleH I arsons; H. Tholeii. jr.. Clyde | E.Morrell. Mrs. W. E. Lyons. .Airs ThQmpsou, R. U. Thomp.son, jr., i L. E.Steele, Mrs. O. L. CullisJon A. B: Twadell, Geo. Talbert. Alar-j'.Mi.^s Alice .Miles, .Mrs. it. C. j.McK v in Taylor, Joplin; Clyde AVIIscni, 3.. Blanche AVoOd. AVells, Alisses liiza'beth Apt, liiizel Bowlus, Mary Crouch, Clara Fpust. Florence Ilo- jbirt, Daisy.;Hobart, Julia AlcClnre, llula BeimerL lilizabetlr Sifers. L. iMai-garbt Smith and Setta AVilson. ' 1 1 •> .••>•• i . — .Special Sunday Dinner noon 1 the devotional period di , ahd ^leniuK, 5«c, r .'Kr. Kellev ifolel. I Ghilds offere<l prayer. PU A I • , ! • - 'TnterUiinment Committee ' : Holds Mieeting The members of ^ the entertain- j ment'committee of the P. B. C. of I the ijlrst Prjesbyterian church held .jaj.meeting Wednesday night in the L; Home; of ,thi sponsor. AJr. George JUarSh. 907 East si reef,-to disi^iiss plans for a Uiai-ty which will be given next j-'riday night in the home of Mri Marsh. The cominit- jiee members present were: .Noble! Troulwinel Harris. Fegley. Hoberi Shields and James Chrisly. ^ • <• •:• of rirrle No. 4 .[MrB.:j. P. Kcdiler. 'll^ Xorth Col- {.McKin ney. .Mrs. Laura Hough. Mrs. M. 15, Crum and -Mrs. E. T. Hazzard wertj hostesses Tliursday afternoon t(i the members of Circle .No. .1 of thf First .Alethodl«t Episcopal cliurcl: in Ute home of Mrs. Childs. .S.Sf Xorth Sycamore street. ; Mrs. F. A. Wagner, president, lei dnd .Mrs Plan."! wertj ina<le lo serVe the next: rcgulail Kotai-y supper in the church base iiient. Fifteen:.members and twH children were present am! refresh nieiilswere served. • • •> Circle Xo. S .Meels Members of (finle .No.'S of tlu Ladies' Aid Society of the Firsi .Methodist Eiii.scopal church niei yesterday afterjioon in the home .o! .Mrs. W. W. Laiii..42ii Sonili Cid- Iiorii Htieeli witii .Mrs. G. ,M: Sliif ford and .Mrs. J. V,. Baker assisting hostesses. The LOKI'S Prayer opened the meeiitig ami a shoil business ^:ession was presided over by the presidenl. Airs. Fred ^len• •/.ie. \ satisfactory .report of llii A ^o- tbhWOOd street, enterlaliieil iheL,..^,..„ (Inances was given, n ^o members ot circle X... 4 oi ihel,.|,,j |,„ur r„ij„wed the business iiio [Oeneral .Ald.SiKl .'iy of the First I ||^,„ r ,.fr ,.Hinm.ntH were served iMelhodlKt KplscopHi cliurch yesier I ,,,,f,,.,,„ ^^.,„„<.„ ^..p,. preseiii. Iday Mfternuon. i *f <f f.' \ i Mri 11; AV. Crlch. presldeiii. WHH;,V,„„„„.^ .MNHloiiary .WHy In charge of :tbe nu-eiliig and Mrs Pn-sbylerlun Chnrrh telatjd.. Barker wan the devotional, \Vi,,n .i«'« Mlsslonnry Society ll .«doi;. • Plans were dlHcjiHHe .1 (o;,^, Pri -Hbyt ..rliin • ehiiivli JHUhttiMr: work, which will condHt "^af nlaklng artlciifh| ChrilirinaH Imz^a) BY SISTER MAR\ BREAKFAST—Sliced bananas with ready-to-serve ceroal. cream, spinach with poached egg-'* on toast, crisp graham to.a|si, milk, coffee. LUXCHEOX'—Tomato bouillon, toasted crackers, chicken and pineapple salad, whide wheat _('etii iiry .\lii ;;il :i . " rolls, Spanish cream, milk tea. iiig. "Itiviin- Fiii" DIXXEUJ—Baked haddock with ihc (liuii-h OI' Chrisl. (T'lli Kasi Lincoln) .'!• eiiiij; : l,,r the liiili and 20lh . i • iD ^iiiu s: ll. .:il'.inr S:iliirday nighl al 7:.'{0 • < !(>( K. .Sunday morning Bible illd.l :il 1"; |.re;i.|iil!g at 11. I riiiehiiin Saiirlay night at 7:.'!U b;. V'liiie 1/ l.ine of A'inlijnd. Ks.. . ii-. I 'lr ilie Cliirrch ijf (Christ ; :ii • lev.!Ill spcakV-r ••.1 .11' w.-liiiiiie WHO niii^' wish Picture C.iil.l mon topic, "Our ies. Sabbath school at l|>:i'>i Classes for everyj age. Y. P. S. C. E. lit •;::!••! p. in .sections of Endeavorer.s will ••n <Ioy this meeting. H. G. .\L\TIII.-^.' I'a .Hlor. Free .MethoilM ( hurrli. (:t07 Xorlli T Al! i '1 ~, S< .lelary of • I-ibor Jai.nes J. !i:ivis and John Williams, recently ; ;'l'l ">in!eil a member of the Fedei:il iMiard of railroad mediation, v. ere liiiyhood friends in Wales. 1 .bi'iii Tyler. President of the riiii' ll State."--, was a member of I ll;e ('oiifeilerme States Congress at ' \\v lime of his death.' FOR INSURANCE Gity and Farm Phone 13i ar 820 Ray Investn erit Co. .Mrs. Philip y. Kay thecormr. liiiil .Stre 'i 'i.i Sunday school iit lo ji. m.. s\i-^. C. C. <!ray is oiiii e.xeeHeni Mipei-. intenilent. Preaching at 1 p. m. ,.11. 1. t \ ices. egg sauce. ISarato:.;a potat,oes. Iiot i French slaw, veijelable! salad, peach islands, iilain caki-.' milk, coffee. • . The chicken salad Is planned to ^""^ leader - i.)! use up the remnant.s from the has also bee:: .^m , e-^i .p: i..; < liiiicli "1 the Na/ar< ll.., S'.ilniay .Seliooi :il :i .l... ",.li. I!, 'i Fiieilliinii. .Sii|il. '! lie ie..ival III" . liiiJ w.li . Ii; . Siiiiilay iiiulii. U'v. Wiil Ii. Ni i i \ till- evatitieli.-l. liiis >\..;. iii; n- tli.llds lo l!j'- e;ill-.. I.! ri-.'Ill .illl Mess. lie will l>re;l< ll li,Ili'.|: I..; ••.Silver and Cold." (in S ;i' li.i::, niulil his thcine i- 'A Tv. i -iil i.-: Ii Sii,..:.i:. ii..iii, .-:|rikiiie ;hem. •'ill ih-- . !i, i vice III Ill 's f..-::! M.i- .Mocks Ci.il." 'i.ii; <;i!!ii .i: ;,!:.. ;i| i.. !ail Iu liear liii:-.iii;t!i I'l <:.iu. I Air..;. Nerrv ii;i< a !'eii:,irk,tbl'. - i.' 1 irsi ». K. (ihiinii. il,ii .ii .;:i ami Biicke .\.}e.) :-;:.:i.i.:y .S '.inii .i ;i ::;ii a. m? I Ill- . tliiK lit: In a. II . Morn- I • lii;-. ai It a. .li. C. K. i.-iif;!!.. ii::{o p. !m. i.iiii ! i;.aiil .\Ioml.'iy night. ;.i.i..iy Miret.-; Tuesday light. 1 .ii !,.-i ,;t s nieei ai th • home .••;•>. I.ii !;i .-^iiiilli. 2::;ii. '1 iiesday. .\iii --i..:i;ii!i : 111- ;ii '2:.', I p. ni. < i :iii-li. j a. tli- and ai .s F. AI. A'. P. servile al| H/M) p. m. der. rlass •iiiet.liiig at Tliuiisday iiiglit Violet It'DliJiisoii S. will meet at p. wJ Tliuisday. ntellilLllt. n:' jllll- will iiieil Friday at 7 p. m.. .Marcel 25. ; Airs. Loli- iiisoii. superinteiideiii. IJjiiira Caid- ner. president. This will he large- James Carrier, leu Tuesdav nighl 7::ii>. Prayer meeting at the .same hour, i leader. ; The Juiiioi< Al. the ihiircli at I .•\ni;a Criiy. super iors. The Y. P. M. S. 3IATIXEES 'iflHi p. m. Dally .Saturday 1 to 11 NIGHT.S 7:00.9 :tm p. m. The Gay Adventures of an Incurable Flirt IRENE RICH I ly a business nie< held at ll.s .Xorth We invite you these services that U\.|ii. .-,hiy .-.irvi--.-. I 1 ill;.;, iii '-iit. II .'lelj^ 1 .4. iii;-lil jitaisi and ting and will In- Third streei. o aii.v or ;ili of we may worsh;|.- Mpper gii-en by c. A. l.XCKSOX. .Min H)e Lord logetherjiii lln; iitaiiiy lil holiness. I .MRS. wALBKKTA W. liuXHAM. ,•1 Ii .1 I'a.siiir. iil.i. roast chicken served'for ,iiii„er "•'^ '•'•^ •'" the evening before. | If you have i''"iieil Stai .-s. II. r ..!..,.•.. |.-i..;. ai>. a ;;re;;l at I r;ii i .n p. III. .-^Ii". will 'ipr. ..•:iT never combined pineapple and chicken in a salad ivou have a 'treat in store, for the fruit add.n In riiifMr :ii. • ile-i - i much to the iniere .<!t; of the dish. ; The old combination of peaches, gelatine and whippeil cream is KOinething el.se again in the de.-- isert of "peachUslands." I aiipi.iirin.u' sol.ii.r v. I.niii ellloy if ID; nilliit. ri:.Mi;;' liiiii. Come, r.iii 'ii-. MKS. C. Fi.nv,i;i;. I'. 1.1 v.ill 1.) ir. • Prevhylerian ( hu^eh. '1".. lill wlio lire strange ^.H and I...... ,11.1 iliiiiilij liome. who '•;.iyi ii lieiiiiiif Iioiir of ujorshil/ ... and III miil-weelf. who i-.. w.;iry audi woiilil fini \ i.o .'ir.- not saiislied and ivi- :i lii^lier lire, wliii are III l|i IIS 111 heraldiflg the sler. .rest, would Villing com- IVncli Ishinds One piiit canned peaches. 4 'ir^I (hurch ni (hn-i ScniiliNl. Siiliday .School a* !i :i5 ,i. in. Chtircli at 11 .1 M. , .--'lil .i. . . tablespoons sugar. 1 lablespoon ;"Al:!lt-r." granulated gelatine. 4 tablespooiij j W i ir!e-;ii;i y' ,•>. iiiir; iii.-.i ii.;; : • j cold water. 1 oninse. i cup.whip- *• o'eloei;. ping cream. '.-J (eaipoon vaiirlla .S.iviees v.i;i I..- I.I .;i ilun'-- Drain peaches from sirup in..' diii".. c-n n. ; .u .SM .iiie.:. ., .m,; can. Add enoiigli water lo siriii'i: *•''•"' siniis. 'i!i.. n .,,ii.it- iimi:! to make 1 ^CU|^ ..\ild Migjjr to sirup'i"^''"' lianiriiv's |iiy (•;,.,.!:: .St.,;.. and bring to the boiling point Stirj'"''-! -Mi-ili-Mi iU ini. . ,.|.. :l In gelatim; solieiied'ill cold water , e;u.|i^ wk d;i.\ (n.-ii L' i.j r, \.. ui. ttiid^emove l.niiii lire When i.o'ol Ji''''"e l> ' oniiiilli. .n. m .i in add Jiiii e of oi.iii^e Ife-erve iiboiit lid :lii .-.ivi..-.- i.l il.. lour lablespooll^ ot this miMuie. ">e r adiiii- i....i,.. keepliir. it w;iriii over liol waler until liei-deil Wlieilj reiiiuiiiiii;: gelatine beifliif lo ll^ii'keii. iM 'at Willi a duvei lieaiei until Iiothv ill- HI.- King i-nil in applying :':u- liiilhs of liie, Gospel o the ill, ,<( life, our churifh ex- i'ljiii ;i iiii'ilial tti.lcome. \ '.l.iii'ilig worsliili al 11:00 Aiillniii liy til., choir. 1. M ••riiominoii Clirislliail Kteiiiiid woislii|> at 7:.10 :-|"eial iiiiisic l).v Hie choir. ' FIr-l ( hrMhin ( hurch. I i \'r< Jublllg ;s .|V i. ;i' I I -.i l:i lUIld 7.:'.ll p.m. miiiliii 111! ll.s M.. . , . 1, ... I pii'itor. .1. E; Iti .viiolils : ;•-• .... ..j nil uiii,i I It. add VI. ' • • ;, ,, , , ,. ' , , . ... ,, I! I .1 e liv the Ihoir 11.111. I \| v.. I into (.•.•lalilie Irolh .. ,, • -'. - ' , .Miiiib.u erviiiK dish 1*^ "'/^'•;''••„'"'•' .':'":•'„••' OI pearhe.s I''"';'-' '/ A :.i^.:,nr :.iiiM rin- ' , il'lid'MI 1 -1 am IS .Mill I in. rv.il .Mnip ove. ea.li } ,„„.,„„ ,„^„,. ..I. ill I • tis it IS sure AVhip III ml la and Pour into and dot iilli li.ilvi Pour II ! a. m. .i^jcrinon s." ft m. •'Ser- OLEY'S (hill i<."i'l..vii);fi I.'.-; .M;A S .rvici... Inc.) 'I." iiiilii .: ip.-. I. ;•• i:,'tii |i. 111. • Boy Seoul ; III..;.! .M..iii ;:iy .^.•!l. i iiigs a; tin- cliiircli uii'l Ciiiienl • Barber in eliar«... i .T..'acher 'rriiinini; . i:,nf..:^ I 'A'ediie.sday ;ii 7 p. ip. ' Prayer nieeiini, U. .JM.-.-^diiv i at Special- NORTH FAIRVIEW I.Mrs. J. K. Reynolds.I The farmers are all busy grow-! 7 „, ing oats-these fi.-ie; spring days. ; TII.'. pul.lie is .ordial!-. invi-..! i.. Al|r. and .Airs. Lrtlher (Jillham. alLnd all s.-i vi. . s li. 1.1 ;ii ilij. .Mr. and .Mrs. Karl Sissjm and baby |<inir.ch. and Frank Cooiifield land family spelt Sunday with , Howard .Mc- j Cloud nd family. " 1 Air. and .Airs. Carl Giiffey have moved on the Vandeveer jrlace in the Osage district. Mrs. J. B. Gillhahi has gone lo sta.V a few days with her daughter. .Mr.sl Eninia Gardiner, who Ls on |the jsick list. -Air. and .Airs. Charles' AViiidle and .daughter spent .Sunday at I le J. F. Ros-; home. Earl Sisson and family and .Air. and Alir-. Rus.s.ll .\. wniair spent Siiiijlay evening with Mr. and .Airs. IJ. M Re.vnolil.s. \ .l;e.sse Doniiell and family spent Sunday with his brolhfr. Ruben Doiiiiell and wife. . Alary Reynnlds spt 111 Sunday evening ;iiid .Monday wjilh her parents. .Mr. and Mrs. J. ;K. keyiiolils. Co-o|ier.ttiv» soii<.|i<ii of iriiil and vegetable growers now exist Ih all lull tine., of llie IS Slate:;. PHONE • !: I .WHEX YOCR LlGIl'I'S GO OUT OR YOCVt I'LUivlBlXG GOES B.'UJ 1 ; If r Electric and '^•^•PlmnfciilgCo. THE KADii) SToitK —in— ''Silken Sha<^kles Tlie .story of ;i woman who touldn't. m:(ki- \\ry (.yos lit li.'ivc. . , : Krazy Kaf Karioon Komeily—Si-nnell ('om<'dy. "Are Brunettes Safe?" I .Matinees l«c and 2(k;; Nights lOc and 2.1f ; Saturday I (o t p. m. Kk-; Mglil Kic and •-'Ik- Kan.ijer the Canine Wonder in "Flashin.fif FanK-s"—Krazy Kat Karioon Komedy—Mabel Normand C(»nie«lv."()ne Hour \Tarried"—Dorothv Phillies in "The Ikir CI .Mysfery" Monday For Three Days Lillian Oish in "The Scarlet Letter" , Is llieie an Elmer Gantry in this iiiiiiiorliil novel? Di.i sin- i -Iair l,"\vis get the idea lor his new npv.-l from this [ove -i -lassic^^ ' .A Ifea! \ .ilu** at $9.95 Ne\« .Silipmi'ill Ju>t llerened Tiiihiy NOVELTIKS , Handken-hief.s. Wo'.-den Hflls. As.sort.ment of luidie.s' Hand I{a«s .'Sl.li!) lo $:i.25 .New liJack .Satin and Kasha Coats McL AIM'S IM East .Madison '," jinei yeslerdav afternoon In the 'r ill-.." or .MrM .C. M. Conner. North ...... i \i- ,. r.i ")'•«•""•' street, .„Ti;'rr«''c \''riTnh US .V ^wh^^ The. presldenl. Mrs. CharleK F. tnd-Mr«. f. ). 7' .['.i.. Sooii. presided lover the meeting. IT'l 'M'iV; 'l'«'.<''.cle at M. G.. Mati.lt. VXA the 4.'Ir.l hlH ineetlh»..^ ^ , Pm.lm. Clr.cle D was In charge, of Alort* ."MPrHlT ' • 1'^'" I"'"K''"*'>- Travis .Mdrne MUs'boWUiy MaJorH and Mr. K'''»ral deHcriptloii of the bharliHi Merrill. I,^th of Chunuie.^''0"n «ry of/..pan.: Mrs. c E. Cum- Ureitnited in marriage Thursday lu .jnB'' '"[M •'':?"". .7"','^''% *;'I iTarcli • 17 in the • Pres^byterian W"nt to Know About, the People of j] inabBelhere by the' pastor. Ihe ?ev. Japan:" M<.s. J. A. Mllham told H O Mathls, JD. D.; who used the -bout the customs ot Japan and itngd^empny. They were accoilip- Johnspn's ! subject, was "Shl.n- anltd:by Mr:. John'lngersaul. , Mr. Meirrill Is an employe ot the ItoseHtbal Mercantile Company After iaishOrtihofleymoon in Kan^ sas aty,tlie^ win, be at home' in rCaianu^ •Where.Mr. Merrill has a fifmb rea ^nesB tothia bride. tolsm." A play;et.ientltlea "How Our Missionary Societies Are a Failure." wias; Riven. • The members of Circle A were h6ste.sses and .served refreshments. I Twenty-four women attended the meeting. , in use> In baking material^, tMce the leav* ening strength of many other brands. Every baking is light^evenly raised^wholbsonie. CAtVMCT THE WORUi'S GREATJBSt BAKING t^OWMSk Salct aVa Timet Thoie ot Any Otfier I Brand 26 Years of Successful Merchandising in lola •1 ji 11 - ."'I

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