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Tbb feriishinit of a '.hrrtisandipetalH, i >UiUiU on<! dr^i) uf citacnpc from a flovt:- ' J Crn* mo, 0^1. if thtouai It wy '1 aoiiK iBakim ' ifMne Uro'd hvnrt walk with bcHiily for ain hour. it poHtlCH I IkIvc of_a of- ilbddr hrulBinK voice 1 ^3 ihc-filRh while rapture faint, pcrniini!— Aaji, catchlBK. It, oire weary' i>are<l ways "^urns =ha<vk ji lost path where wood violet!} bloom; can bflng. the nnick rclicX of (ears . . 1|o drj- eyes-dulled with bittcr- ness^: for long-— Gatlher the fragrant petals of 'my life- crush them. Lord — then help me sing ibe- song. Horace Noll Crowcll in Good Housekeeping. l4 fid jHHtor II «iitnitH MaNle«l Clab \, - A mcctiDR of the Junior Momchta MuHlcal -club waa held yeWerday aftcrnooii at 4 :3U o'clock in Ubrary hairwithMiaa Margaret Roberta in charKc • Plana were made for ia pronram'fn. two week's to which lis Guild Meets The-Fidelis .Guild meeting ,was jhel<l last niglit in»the. guild room ot I he' First PresbyjteriaD; church . wltl 1 Miss Dorothy Cummings and ' lti« I Helen Green as hostesses. A devotional period led by.Mrs. <H. S. Mathis opened the meeting -and Mies Enpla fSreen was in cba -ge of the' lesson on Av; epresentative of the thisn G.uild was present and Invit- ! ed the.^nembers . of tlid Fidelis Gu Id to a party in the t^urch so- cla room next Tue.s«lay night. The Tfrof teases served * refr^Bhmcnts. Th rae "pre.sent were: , llie-patronessbsi Mr.s.-;;D. P. -;,No throp, Mrs. H. G, Mathis and iMri. J. H. Henderson; Miss Enola Or eti, Miss Ijorraino Green. Miss iBbI her Schaffer.! . Miss ;baiihntj ;Sto SgWll, Mrs. A. L. Dygard, IWar- I •jletti Dygard. .Miss Jchii Halgarno, .'Mr . Arthur Murphy, Miss Dlaiichc "Tnvis and Miss VioI:\ Dalgarno. •:• <• i . --Select your Spring Coat at The litea 3er -this week, whilci selections are most complete and - special prices prevalU S .Fun itonltliapter Ifelp^Inn Soclrtj- i,*^ smbens of Fnnsti)n,; Chapter. Delihtui iBociety,, mti yesterday affte Boon in the home of Mrs. O. ' ^ T. :'eterson, 616 Noiith Jefferson . M B. G. n. Crick was in charge .^}f tie lesson on "Wordsworth and , Coll ridge." The ^exts covered 'wen: "The Ancient Ajarlner," Mrs. Geoige.c: Dalgarno, -jr.; "A Portt-fit " r Mrfe.. M. Blanch*^ Wood; ; ^tac daim?a," Mrs. J. H. Sowerby; "int mations of Immortality," Miss .Star;'ilemsberg; "Two Sonnets," Mrs. E. H: Hunter and '"rtntern jftbb< y," Mrs. Lloyil Carter.; i ; -Tl e next meeting will be April 7 wl* Mrs. E. H. Hunter. V -T- See the new ;"Vivette" Rjiyon 'Onierie on di-splay in our window, &mi athing new^ Something differ- entl The Leader. I • .<'J'>\ <• Party fojp ' K>.lHifl Mrs. Ke^sinfrer an.d Mrs. IJestcr Kessingcr honor gnests last night .at a ber' party with iMr. arid - Mrs). Ch^rleB May as host and host- In their country home in P4f^ Pl^e addition. There were covers tor: , Mr. and Mrs. I/Cstcr Kessia'ger. .Mr. and Mrs.) Connie KJtausc.i jr.,' M&s Bon Kessinger. Mr. And Mrs. Cl^arles E. May. Mary Catherine |.Mair~and Garland ll. May. , • "I i J--A; shipment of Smart Sport Sasts ia tweeds, just arrived, on ~ Sail'I tomorrow, special I12.5Q. The lieider. <• • <i 1 PertainsjBridire Clib )K IsB Ploir«nce Grecian entertain|"e <l ihe TOemfierK of her bridge club laM night at 502 South Washington '•%«:iae. j • S sore jfavoru were received Iff Mrt, Ork Duncan and Miss Ma6* Sha inon.' Refreshments were serv-j «i. The members present were: ^iMlBii Marvelle Cltirk, MisB.FIor-! enc ! Funk., AilHH-Helen Huhbardj iiiai Mary Shannon. jMrs.^ Oni Dun^ I can Miim Margncei Uob(>rt|«, Mrs JH. ). KraiKis and MI»h Isabel Ash-j \ ton . • • <• --Big shipmont; of new Hats Jiijsl Ifrec'lvwl. .Smart! styk'.s in straw eaih tncnib «r may. invite one gucat Vh \i; proRram will be announced latpr. .: • -j ..-..••<«•• €I>Um M4*mheni Meet Several WcmnerB of the T. I?. IJ clam of:the First Bapt-l«t church met last'night, In tlin home of- Mr. and Mrs. Ellhu,Moycr. 219. South First street. Tlje evening was spent informally with | music, and rcfreshmbnts were served. Guests were: : Mr. and Mrs;„ I.,. C. Kidney. Mr. and .Mrs. J. M. Ithoades. Mr. and Mrs Johp .kingery and little son and Slrs.ji^. Kogers. . •:• •<• * ^rerry ^M^seWei' Makers . CIrt. HoWs Mwting Miss Roberta ' Siens entertained Jhfe memi)er8 of the Merry Mischief ipMakers club Monday night in her home. 10% South Washington avenue. Aner the hnsiness meeting the time' was spent in playing games. -Lois Siens and Shirley Venard served refreshments. Members at the meeting were: Blanchb Land. Thelraa Alderman, Dorothy Blundale, Geraldine Rowden. Katberiiic Rowden. GlennU? Venard. Shirley Venard, Evelyn Japan, v'enard and Lois Siens. IPhiloma- .* • <• . Gives Farewell Pari^ .Hcicn ; Kerf entertained the Twelve Bellc!*' girls last night In her home^ieast of LaHarpe in honor of lAtrmB Robinson and Shirley Stover, niembers who expect to be in Tujsa several montl^s. All of the meml^iers were prefeent. They were: •, •' H«len Cortner, Virginia Paul, Delorcs Fry, June Thompson^ Kathryn Cox, Kathaieene; Carter, Gertrude Green. Margaret Jones, Anna Rumsey, Shirley Stover, Lorene Robinson; and Helen Kerr.. • • • 1 BIrthdnIr .lUnrter at Gas ' A blrtjjday dinner' was given Sunday! for Miss Erma Harris and her Hile taiece, Verda Belle Maley. in the home of thbir mother and grandmother, Mrs. Anna Bell Skeen, at Gas City. 'The Riierts present were: Mr. and Mrs.S. W. Harris and children, Alice, Waj'ne and Richard Harris: Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Smith and ion. Orval Smith:and Mri and Mrs." Harry AJaley ahd children, RaMPiond and Verda iBelle Haley. A Bister, Mrs. A. O. Hart and family were unable to be present. •1 . •> • Mnner Giiests ! jMlss Bqrtha Dnnton, of 70fi East Madison Avenue, had as Sunday dinner guests,. Miss Irene Wilklhs, Miss Eileen Dicfa) apd Miss Anna Rnth Ganieron. ' ! «j« •> Bfrthday kar |>rise Party I The chitdrai oi Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson, 502 Xorth First street, arranged 'a surpiriMJ party last night in honor of Mrs. Jotnison's birthday, i Music and games 'were the diversions' and the guests took a picnic slipper with ttrem.- These people wefe pre.wnt: Mr. and! Mrs. Itenry Miller, Miss Nola Jdiller, Mr. dnd JMrs. J. E. Hutchinsoti, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Fisk, Mr.' and Mrs. J. W. Johnson and childri-n, Florence, falter and Pauline; J^rs. C. W. .Tohnson and .son, Sam;:Mrs. Pat Smiijh'and son, Bd«-aTd:' Mr. andiMrs. ijeter Johnson and Miss Pearl .Tohnson. •.{•**],. pwrnssHc SHeiire Class LnnrtiMin ; /nie stniaents oT the third j hour qlnss in domestic'science'' a^ the ftihior hlgli ffchool. under th« direction of ^helr teacher. Miss boris Child?, served a Ijinchcon Tuesday and today; In the ;doniefetlc science rooml' " i i -•-Dorothy; Baker,j Mary Tweedy Virginia Guy,I Elsie Long, Mary Mo^rinon ; ana Mildred .Parker starved. THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. WEDNESDAY mkm^ammRM, 1927. CARLTI£ (Pern Boney.) March 28.—Ed ! Chambers has erected a> new ben.liouae land is oib irwisej improving^ bis surround-' tag I in carlyle by iiew" ttmen aad tea -ing. down old buildlngB.' if C. jQlIkeson and' M. I. CaJd- weil have'MttN^jroncing near; Colon) |for IfwfilpmiifAnd Dttiliy. day of la^ft k» lUic soest Mri. Will CaMwwttiDr Colony, Vrma hooiAn^vuited wHb Ad­ dons ' OmA $, Snnday. |; r. ««d Mra Will "Wk-Jrola «ii*d drpn "iwd-Mr. uid Mrs. Goorgo invMts' at the le Snnday, L. Honey awd ^ner gucifta * at n borne in Him- Ke Wrj and Mra. children t wei-e thfJ n. Q. <Ca| b<tl n Soindayl i Tkr. tmH Mrs. G. U MHlcri •f«j Qklahnma, were Hhmer ^fiegqi af Mri. K F. Monntni^, iMrs. Rob-. ey*! mother, Straday. y n. Si. F. Monoinger Telnmed to )klaboma Monday wflh her dau jbter, Mrs. G. L. Miller, lor an'jactendcd visit.. : re. Carl R<|adcl -, attended chu|*cb in Cai-lyle iSnnda;^. ! ^^r. and Mrs. C. W. noc*«,'lt and called :.Mr.land .Mrs. A. N. «wigart on Mrs. N. F. Monninger Snnday afternoon. . ' [ , Cirlyle chnrch members are plaining to set out yOnng tiees in lihe church yard «^ memorials. There Have been ^hree sot out already. , The play. rDearton Dubbs" will be given at the ^choolhoiisc April 5. Mr. and Mrs. TIarold Oliver have movefl into the Edgar properly just vacated by the Mayfields. Wo welcome' them'to Carl vie and vicinity. • r ' I Carlyle Scbool 'Notes., j Nimes of tlioKc neither abscri BiilMs aiEH4 ofRornamic^ "3" Willi tiie cttding of fin tore nlTair of two years* stasAfn^ Ia slrii^ dea fMir Is Mfcttd toj hiiTc pniinpted the betralifql Coaaiesk Al^ Be JwiiM to sliNOl Raymom TIHrenf De Tniffohl and bersen; In • i FrnM4i ranway train. J The <fonn (ess^ formerly Miss AMfcfk Silver* tlwrwe, of l^taieairov and tier hu «handj are pictured above. Tbe ceiuil : liflen was alisient on lonpr hnntinir excursions, friends saUL andjcloiie ,! lErHNlnKliip sprang «p between the rounless nnd the -yoMwr Ewnsb. ij man. ' I U' - an^- hairbraid . jThe l.<.'ader. * <• • I jrerfiing of Phil<rinathinn Gpild A nmeting of the Pliiloinathian I G|d Id; rilcmbers was lield laptl night r 1 ire1iom& of Miss Merhl Mcpon- •jlld 6iS South street, wit^ Missi 1Dai net Case as assisting host%ss ^Vx. Inoss was discussed a.n^ a so;^a -hour followed. Refreshn^ents e served. Tht membeifs pri^s- lebt -'were: • ' ' jitlsis Julia Irwin. Miss j Thelma '^aidux. Miss Beatrice MtMnrray. Mifs Bernice Mt ?NleU Miss Esther iia; mon. Miss Jessie "May j Dalgar- 40,]' Miss Etlllyn Leavitt, Jjllss' Millie* nt Vborhees and the "patron eiss- 68, Mrs.D. P. Xorthrnp, Mb. Flor- endfe Longshore and Mrs. Florence *.lBeldihs: Mngyiinfloyiiis tt^lmbiioiii ii^jpiy ^emo, HeaHngliqiad, EasytdUsfe lii^ as Erected Zeoiodfec- liddy stops Itching^ and ^^'atidns. Sores, OLD ELSMORE March; 2}t.—-Mabel Brightly cant's oii Mrs. Charlny Stanley Wed- iijcsday morning, j ' GraVfl rord -apen'f Tuesday evening with Beulah Alderman, Mr. a rid j .Mrs. L. • L. Page spent Sunday wjilli Mr, Page's mother In Elfumore.i the occasion being i her jlilrtliday. : . • ; ; .Mr. audi .Mrs. Albert Demerrilt ispent Snndayjat the parental Col!well home; .Miss CIcHla SyfvqsteTi took Sun- jday dinner: at tho j, \y. Alderman home. Mrs: O.tha ,Ford called In the evening. ' i • Mabel Birightly • called on Mrs. James Ard Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Gharles' Maacwell called at the W^Il Anderson home Monday afternoon. nor 2.5, tardy for month ending March enrilled. 1 anoe. l.'l; 1927: Frances Archer, Gladys Carter. ; Ruth AppU»KBtp.. Helen Cha'mbers; Wendell .Melvln, Edwin Wisner, Bobbie Brainard. Hnzle and- Herman Roberts. Earl Powell anc| Erma and Henry Looniis. .N'<4 . 1.1; average daily altendj' visitors previously rej- porled. IS; pase.s of tar<liness. Q. EdA in'Wijin^r receive*! - the star for the mo.-t individu;ij credits and grade seven the flag for the moi t class credits. Those having 100'J in spelling are: Frances Arc lef and!Erma Loomis, gi-ade S; Bobbie Brainard. graile G, and Her nan Rol)e'rts. grade 5. Tie last I installment of mc.isles is Leing i)aid by Hazle an^ Her- bianj Roberts and Bobbie iBraln- ard. Eti vin BCIH Gi win fWlsner and Wendell Mel- hre to be guests of tht lola 1)1 Friday. = ' Is City, is to give the play to"the Path Over the nighl entitled Hill farlyle Primary. Rdporl for month ending March 1927: Nninlwr enrolled. 12; daily attendance 12) iiu- who were neither absent nor Ewlyn .Garver. W'lllis Muniford. Thelma Mealey. [Ken- iMelvin, Edward Parker.' Vir- ^owell, ^dgar MayXield. I.«s- dney, T^mas Parker., Mary B^rainaiid. Norwood Roberts f .,eonard Meale.v. lumber of the primary pupils been out of school because averpge pils tard neth gll ter Dcaij and A hayel ^g not lola of nieasles. These pupils arc mak- their work therefore will counted absent. Trie normal training class of the 'V\'cdaiesday. March Har high, school-imade man; teacher., us a visit 1«.—Clani Mhs. Lawrence Berry and .«nn, Bob^jy, :Of North AVainnt i^lrcet. Mit to Coffeyville. Kans., Inn Ih- norin train to 'visit Mrs (llerry's rather, F. M. Shanhell. who i.s ill at the ftontheai^t hospital tlicre. Wo get np in the morninp-and go to l)ed ill night, and call if life. j I have beosn asked by ^a great many as? to how \ stand on several questions concernJnjr: the affairs tif the city. I I * I list, girder Con^riission fonn 6f jrovernment there Are no pfarty jw^iticf connected with the selection of Mayo:r, |Utilit:|^ Commi.ssioneV and Finance Comn^issioner. lofci ia operatiner, under this fpiTn of city' government, and state laws regulat^ a great many of the affairs of the city under the coinrnissibn' form. \ , ' ' M ' '' ' ; 2nd. During my term of office as Finance Commi.ssion€r >j I have always worked and voted in the commissioners' meet;'; ings for wh.-il I cpiisidcred was for the goo^l and bettprmeht of the city, not having any sjjqcial favoifite.s to try an^ please but taking coun .sel and advice from tho.se that had the interest of the city ahd the welfare of the citizens at' heart]! I am in favor of the ienforcement of all City Ordiji^ces but with a degree of prudence and'justice. I ami especially! iii favor of thf."ordinan(Les that come directly untperjmysuper--" vision, relative to the collection of public utiHties, igas, water; and electricity. The financial affairs of the city wfllbear me out in the showing of saving niade since this methbd was enj ft^rced, that any fair minded: person cannot but see the rej suits. The accoupts are open at all times for your linspectioii and they speak for themselve.s. I 1 i 3rd. I am oppo .'^cd to the .sale of the public utility plants ,4th. I do not believe iniforcing a bond issue dnth^ cit^ if a large amounf i.s involve ^l. If the citizens voted for th .safne and the' majority are in favor of it then I think th majority .«:hould rulje. | '5th. Lam oppo .sed to the three way gas rate. ^ 6th. i am in ffivor of ppwer electric rate for the reason that the gi-eater pal't of thi^?j service is a day load and domes when the domestic peak load lis off arid if the city did not {-have a!nd encourage the use of this commodity, the domestic "rat^ would ha ^'e to be raised. As,it is, lola is enjojnng ihe lowes^ ^oniestic electric rate of any city in the state today. V , ; 7th. I believe in handhng the/financial affairs di the city l!he|same as if it was my own and have to think at l^ast, that Vi-e are getting value received for every dollar spient ^hesame as if ^t was a personal affair j j jl 8th. I have not had thri time, to make a house;to house canvass in this campaign and .solicit votes. I hkve no proin- i .ses id make. I wish to remind yoii that it is an impossibility to suit all the people :ill the time in a public office. I have made a .study of the city 's .affairs, especially, those that come under my department and have done the best I ctiuld and ifl elected Will continue to, do so Without fear or favor and trea^ the public Avith courtesy^ and respect, and I wi 1 appreciate vour vote atid suj >i)nrt oh April 5th city election., ' Respectfully yours,. ' . —A. H. IfECOX. 26 Years of Successful Merchandising in ANNOUNCEMENT Oui- Toilet Goo partnicnt is. und|r the direct charge ofl s De- Mrs. Turner's Nitro Menthol An antiseptic for all skin troubles, grood for eczema and other face eruptions. ' Small size 2^; large size $1.25. Turner's Face Powders Are favorites.'with all women4 rumer's Ideal Ppwder $1.50 ranter's La Rarity Powder $L00 runter's Cold Cream J. ^^$1.€0 Earner's Velvet Cream 7?c Elizabeth Patbers<iin this week. A beau y specialist with a nati ir tation Mrs. Patierson comes to us ijhis 'week, featuring thej famous Qr. turner's Lir e of FACE GREABfS, FACE POWD^S and other Toiletries. Come in this weeik and let Mrs. Patterso|k explain to you Hdw to take Iproper c^re 6f the skin fed that you maiyi^- tain a youthful, hkjsilth- ful looking skin. Turner's Two-in-?On« . Cleansing Cream 5 ()c, $1^00, ^1.50. A cleansing and massage cream. ^ Turner's Beauty Creajjn ~' lAn ideal skin, food.'- that erases the lin'es of care, .51.50. ^ Turner's Astringent Firms up flabby face muscles, ||$in)0. • i ' : • -i I Turner's Rouges _.Give|5 you the natural bloom of youth, SOcand ?1 jOO. T ' SCOTLAND , (RhUi JiolHogifwortb) Mar. 28.—Mr. and LMsniaD mpent Pridtky John Gibson^. Mr. «wl Mrs. Jim White and tiaby Vi.iited at the.home o!f F. £. Wjhite near Benedict Sunday. " Mias Ruth Hollln^sworth from Friday until Sunday wHhJher grandparenu, Mr. nod " Gibson. V I . Mrs. Pftvld Catldn fpent Tuesday afterftoon wittr .Mrs. iJohn Olb^on. Mr. and Mra. Artbbr Llbby jand Mr. and .Mrs. Jin* White were tbd- Ing In Chanutc Satnndiiy. [ Mr. and Mrs. J. (;rafl callc!.d at John Gil»ori'« Sunday evening.' Mr. Howell, a missionary, jwas calling in this community Kifiday BelliOff Bibles. He t^k dinndr at John Gibson 's. B., B. Christmorc called .in the afVcrnboai at XXic |«ib- 8on bmne. - \ Miss' Ruth. HoUingiworth called on Mrs. Liksie CaUon and Mr.<). iN'el- lie Roberts Saturday •afternoon. B. L. Gibson. Corutn and Virgil, spent Wednesday afternoon at John Gibson's takinc up potatoes and Jconing a load of] wood. Mr. and Mrs'. Bnrgland spent Sunday at Homer Cation's. 8M Wheeler visited Sunda.v at Artliur Llbby's and ivirs, AXliepler Visited with .Mrs. Pajlet and >lrs. Hanson. ' i j Mrs. Mattie WispbtirR and LJauc visited at Homer Cation's. Miss Eva Russell spent the week end ;wlth Mr. and Mr|s. Lester [Cation ;0f Savtmbnrg. | Mr. and Mrs. Mori Pngh visited Sunii^r with Mr. anil .Mrs. Cnit Pugk. . ' Vester Cation risit^l Saturday nlKbt with his brother, Carl CaUon aim family. jl ^nday guests of Crover- Hius- sell'8 were Mr. and MVs. Carl Riis- seli of (Jarnett and ^r. and .Mr.s. Lester Cation of Savon burg. | Mr. and Mrs. Harrvj Frnftk and' family visited Sunday with Mr. un 'd .Mrs. Linville and ErniSt. Mr. and Mrs. Lestei^ Cation itnd -Mr. and Mrs. Lester BragK spent Thursday evcnlne'at j David fCa- tlon'.s. Wilfred Mclntyre wa^ trading In Humboldt Saturday. WE INVITE YOljJ TO SEE OUR DISPLAY OF WOMEN'S and MISSES' THE HOME BEAUTIFUL MILLINERY' 1 COATS FROCKS LINGERIE ACCESSORIES EVERYTHING FOR SPRING TIME RICiIAR09OM|'S Have You a House, for Rent? Or forjSale? Waifit to bi^ any thine? Use the Classified Colomnal *'where savings are gtec^t" SOUTH SIDE SQUARE! Extraordinary Memento IQLA, KANSAS of Rogers High-Grade Silverware 26-Piece Sejt Ori^al, IGeiiuiiiti 4 Guaranteed Elec^o S3yerplate Tableware 1 -'11 peih set 6 Fbrla 6 Teaapooni 6 Kmw (sSalSttU) 1 Siiigar Shell 6 Tablei|ip9iu < 1 Better KnK» »mia of tbe Hi«h<^t Quidily Nickel Silver Met«J---wiUi Mmwf p4M»it Pare SS3»m Stainless Stei Kiliives with Blades that WiU NotS or ^orrode and Qitadriiple ilverplated Handles "One of the largest manufacturfers of Silyer Plate has liberally collaborated with tjis ih providing a 26-p5ece set of Table Silverware as a Memento Silver Offering for a Great Silver Anniver- <«ary. ' ; • , ./ | Made and giiarantejcd by! these saipe world-famed manufiacturers, . and aDll'tfae J. Cl^enney Cranpany way, which, as usual, means ^Ext'riaordinary Value. The opportunity, we believe, will prove as .^pleasing to our customers as it is timely and uncommon. Wi are exceeSingly fortunate in being able to present thh remmrkable offering in all our 773 Department Stores b^rif- ming with the celAraiion^of our 25th or Silver Annrrettarjr. . The pattern— ne.\f Silver Anniversary Pattern—is beau.t|ftjil and always in good tastje in ei^ery home and upon every occasio.n, but the price-—Oidy ISiSO^is so low as to bririg'the set within the (teachofall for every-day use.-. . . You will want to take Advantage of this splendid opportunity. | Whether bought;for your own family use or'for .^ift purposes later on, "it_is a Vklue to boast .pfi and Silverwai-e^that will igive the greatest delight to the-poises: If .you order by mail, be siire to add 25 ;C(e4ts to c o v e if

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