Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on April 4, 1927 · Page 2
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Iola, Kansas
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Monday, April 4, 1927
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i |ph, liush.tinjK-hesrt, aiid^take tblne ' . ease, ' • "! | For here is April weatber! |Ttae' dafCbdllB, iii^nea thi Uie trees Are ;..all a-row • tO] ;et|ier. ' The- thrush ^ia bacK with bis, old note; jm^. scarlet tulip |b;owiI^[; yrbtta^y, TrAite-aS'-mr lore's throat— .1 rhe i doKwood boughs arc gri?w- • :. lag- .1 ' :. iTbe lilac 'bush Is swxi again; " Down.evfery wlnditUat passes i (ply flakes •^fronj hedgerow and from lane; I i ! The bees airp in |Oie grasses. | lAnd Gri<!' goes oi^, and Joy cbmcs [.•':»". / 'i •, . i. 'And ^ate is but' a feather;! ijAjBd every lad his Icnrd call win, ; For here is April! weattier. j p-Lisettc Wood worth Reese in| "Selected Poems." (tico. H. Doran Company. ^ FJfBt, Fretibfterfan i^hiirch Sonday Senlces The first Sunday oi; the quarter Jstarted thb Sunday ichool with thp: [largest attendance t lis year-a|^ ibe: (First Presbyterian cliurch. The IpRStor, the Rev. H. G. MaUil|J, D.; preached in the norning on the! ttreme; "What Is a (Sirlstianr Th«« ctroir sang "More love to Tl|co O. Chrtst." There wa i tm uiiutnially' large choir and it Arijl;' undel- the direction .of Mr. -Ji. -B. Oar^son; gfre an Kastrr caitata. There was an exehan|^ of pasr tors -Of tbe city c lurches ai the evening .services, ofidlast jnlghl's Mnuon brought on grtgatlon than VH\ C. I. Coldsmlth of ! odjst Episcopal ci aembly, conductdd the sphopi In- strdcUon in a most able maimer and gave a splendid >Mmtt oa.fUie. I. O, O. P. home at .-.Manhattan. iDian^r was served in-UebanQueb room of the Christian chnrcta; thej a larger! eoh- |alj The Rev. h4. First Mcth- uTcli - preached the sermon Jn-hlch jteceived . many favorable ctim.mcn^ i and was of groat interest. Dh fl. G. Matbis occupied the Trinity Methodist pulpit for liic eveniiiiK service. The Christian lond ^avor sjociety, assisted by the pa )jtor, heia a service at the coiintyj farm in the Afternoon. A nicntlier of the intermediate society anil Miss Marianna' Ralston of thfe seniors cave special mmbers at the evening meeting at o'clock. •> • • Serrfoes at; First- niristiah Ohnrch There sn/B an attendance of 358 it the First Chr stian church Bible school yestei-day with 66 in Lhe Loyal Leader^ class and 38 nen in' the Brotherhood clasb. The fllBses Virginia Sdiith and Helen Colby played a piano duet. The subject of t le; morning ser- moti preached by the pastor, the Rev. J. B. Reynol Is; was- [ "The Good-Shepherd." At the eVeninjj Inmr,' the Rev. J; H, iSowerby, D. 6.,. of the First a ptlst chur ih oc-."l oupled the pulpit. Heus^q. as a ttat, ,Col. 2:6, ,'lAsi there^ote ye rooeivbd Christ Jems the Ldrd, so yulk In; Him, rcjo ed and builded up In your faith', sv ^n as ye were taughti aboundinii i )n tbanksgiv- iing."- I -: • 4- * College Tacatton €hiMt /! • MlBB R]ao Aladscy of Chi<;ago. -who attends Lake Forest College for co-eds, arrive I in lola I'estor- day to spend her rapatlon between aemesters.wltu her sister, Mrs. Lloyd N. Brown and Mr. Browii aqd mother, Mr i. R. J. Massey. •vrho has been here, for several weeks. Mrs. Maisey and: Miss Ka/sBty will rctur i to Chicago the last of tho week. '. «• * <> Bridge Party for. finesf • Mr. and Mrs. |^drncy Miller, .^Vi N«rth Jeffetrson ; avenue, en- t^tained Saturday. • Might with i^ridge In honor < of Miss Lucile OlBeT of Coffeyyii c.' Kansas, who was: their gueat Dver the weekend. MlBs'Glsejv'as a University df| Kansas PI Bt ta .Phl ^ sor^qrity sister of Mrs. MiWer. Tho guests itrere: Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lynn.; Miss Clara Brown. Misii Ada RnthBan- |abn and Mr. Jessd Benson. ' SinalBe Party; f«' : , KTB. J: S. ircClatii Mrs. J: S. McClii l.n; of 208 South ^ottonwood street / »was honored Friday In the ol^e^vance of her aeventy-ninth'birdfaday by a j^roop tft, old-^time friends and neig'hbors g«rttg to her home in the after- npon. 1 Th* afternoon was sjj^ent Informally -with Victrola .> music and readings ' by Mrs. Sarah J." Cof- fleld, Mrs. Jess Fulmer, Mrs. J. W Full^i Mrs. J. B. Jones and iilrs. M. A. pantt. Refreshments were served |by Mrs. Gantt and Mrs. J. E. I CbiidresJL asissted by Master vJohn Rulph Fulmer. V "Wie "guests "w^iie: Mrs. A. N. Swlgart. Mf-s. Jen me Eppley. Mrs. W. B. Reed, Mri G. W. Ifackett, MTB. Sarah J. Coj field; Mrs.' J>. W. Fuller. Mrs. 3. B Jones, Mrs. M. A. Gaijtt,' Mrs.,J .i E. Childress and Mrs. Jess Fulmelr| Mstiict Keeting flowing is count of the the^ Dorothy Re ported in- tWe The ineetihg nex to Tola. Mrs. M^ m'er vtce-presldeii't interesting ac-^ meeting of n^-r- lodge as re- Ihanulte^. Tribune, will be held lej Groves, for- elected Smith prtsldent and Mrs, lEUen was elected «ecre tary. . District Amoeii le^ Ifoj 12 of Re- bokah iQdges, fnc Dd|ng,^lli.Hnni- boldt, Thayer aiii! C))annte, hcld'its fifteenth ^nal iesision in t O.- O. p. hall iTiaradaK. ; Thia meating w«B calhBd to!^( 1:30 Tiy Or%co Caldweli, ipblft'grand ol the Ctmnutct lodge a M 'the df«tr1ct of- titmt were pja tH^..In. charire— PrBUldent. Hann ih -Andciinioti. Chanvite: viwprJMl h>nt, Iiiyril» Oro- f i, Ma; secret itT. BdJth Hower- X, -Channt*? i leaBiirer, Marjorle la ^eli; Hnmbtldt. The iddreis lirel^me w!«i given by ' O/a^e ttAitf^'iit Ctn wtBrahd-the r*- laponBe by Myrt nnt ^oves «Me)k Mrs. Oaltle Hagi k of (Kewton. pre*Ident- ot\^ Kfbekftli State r'Aa-; HE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. MONDA "^lathlB Is in mach fiBvor':wlt]i the ' 'xintty congregaUon and -bia Jmes- I ages are received with ^lucb I laflhess. .1 The pastor, Rsv. J; C. 'Wilson I ad 'the pleasUr^ of apeaklnk In the united Bretliern churchJto a Yery responsive 'audience. ' jfndgr fig from the splHtual atmosphere the oongregation, the Rev.' Montgomery, pastor^ Is a wise -iter builder, and. has strAsaed ell the spiritual things and his cn- defkmtlon&'beitat the colom dt- thef order, ip^nk and green, i ? At the evening session j the degree -work* was exemplified by the'H Cbaiiute lodge- and the memorial .drill- was given by the Humboldt Ibdgie. Mrs. Hagan w^ presented'a bQuquetot beautiful roses as a token of lov^ and.respect, from- the < Chanute lodge. At a late hour Ifinch wsfs served; to about one hundred sev- enty-^flv© members, j Thef meetingij ne^ year will be It) lola-with the following President, Myrtle Groves, lola; vlcW-presi- dent, Elsie Bastham, Humboldt; secretary, Bllen Smith, loia; treasurer, Grace Caldwell; Chanute. • JJervlces at- tbe , Pint Metttoaist Chnrcta ; From the beginning at the day with, the Sunday ischobt session until the close of the dayj with tbq sermon by Rev. J. E. Reynolds, there was a splendid spirit of helpfulness in the services.of!the First Methodist church. At the morning servlccf the pastor, the. Rev. C. I. Coldsmlth, spoke on tho subject. "Bsckiel'k Vision." He st'rclBsed the fact jthat the Qiurch Was not an end' Iq itself biit must bo a source of blessing IflM Inspiration to the wdrld. That tho tide of usefulness ha^ gone out from the church in an cVer widen-; Ing si ream is eyidenced lily (he Oicl- that In inany df the [relationships' of life today, whether cjonsblousiy oi- uncbtisciously, the .'spirit, of Christ pervades the lives of men. The record of achievement Will not bo complete until tliere is included. In that recoi-d, (he direct and indirect infliience! of the church of Jesus Christ bo all the achievements of the world. At the morning service the choir under, the direction of Mrs. Haglund sang, "My Faith inj Thee." In the exchange of pastors for the {vening iservice. the "Rev. J. H. Reyrdlds, pastor of the Christian chur :h.. preached in this church. iilB liubject was, "David and Goliath," and from the comments that have come^^ to the pastor, it was a sermon of inspiration and helpfulness. ! The choir sang as tho anthem,*: "When the Day iof Toil: la Dione," by Berwald and Mrs. Hai- lund.sang as an offertoi*y solo, "A Vision,*' by Bond; i At the senior Rpwotth League service, Mrs. N. G. Dadge led a very hclpfUl and interesting lesson on "Developing tbij Habit df Prayer." V <• « • Jinilnt> Cdlletw W. C, A. "jPea The; girls of thi Young Woman's Christian Asaoclgtioh of the Jaaior college gave the. fir^t of a series of teais Saturday' afternoon in the home I of Mrs. E. J. Miller, 501 East Street,. One hundred Invitations ^^re Issued. The;homfe was decorated in bouquets of roses, sweet peas and violets. The dining room was at- tractire In a color scheme of green iand. rt>8c. Miss Esther Coghill • and MlsB Louise Wood poured toil and other junior college girls iumished a program of music and readings.. TAr^. T. B. .Nordgren/ sponsor; Miss Dorcas Mll- lcr,.Mr8, Enmer Bflln and. Miss ^da Ruth ^jinson were in tho receiving llho. , The' bxponsc of the tea was defrayed, by the Sorosls club and Afrs. Miller generously offorcd her homo:: Tho' members" of:, U»e IToung Wo- hiah's, Christian ABsbciatlon of the Jnnloi^ college were grateful for thc^ cipiiortunlty of meeting tho women of lola and hope for a continuance of their interest in the organization. «• « • • Stepfa«ris..D«Biel» Mis^ Audrey Avis Stephens and Mr. Kwneth li. Daniels were united in; marriage. Sunday, April ."J, 1927. ^n, the home of the! bride at L^Hafp^. The Rev. G. T. Andrew^, pastoc of tbe Methodist episcopal chnn^. officifited, using tbe ring ceremony. Tid bride wore a dress oft white FrencTi cret>e. I Aift^r the ceremony a wbdding dinner -was served to immediate relatives of the bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. • Daniels left Sunday evening for their new home In WinOeld, Kan., where Mr. Daniels has a position in a furniture store. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. tind. Mrs. G. W- Stephens and is a! graduate of the LaHarpe high .'school with the class of 1926. The ibridegroom is, the i youngest son iit Mr. and- Mrs. F. B. Daniels-j aad -wBis kradnated tVooi the La­ Harpe. high school in 1923. Both are ,iireryi,active members in the cburt>h ,#drk and especially so in the. tepwoilt'h. League. Sini4ar ati Baptist Temple Tlie good!, weather brought out fine'audiences dt Itoth morning and eveming services yesterday. In ^tfae mornifag. Dr. J. H. Sowerhy preached ioir "The Constitutijon of the^ KlB^dom" which h^ desi^ated the Sermon on the Mount. ; "The: key- thot/ght of the sermon; ho said. Is character, and the constitirtion contains all the elements necessary for:the'bnllding of a ehatactefr whifeh' shall ctiduTe ' throiigh the age*.; . . ^ Ai. the evening servico Rev; E. Montgomery, pastor of the United bre;thTen church, preadiod, and grefctiy pleasrid with his sermon, nei^ Qundny will be decisloh day In t)ie Sunday school. • H • • • . TrihHy »fttH»fflrt EprntMtwt tMnli aBna«)r being a fine dajr -the Sunday iichool and. morning, ser- yHk» Vefe «ell attended bohi at TrfcUy abd- das City. In the era- '!Wilft. • PwN^bj^wfjrti '.<!hiirt^6l^ llghtf4 ^tha Trinity . ^agregatlon T^«.Twy|lii»plring|ieniaii.^ Dr. >ple have profited by his hnsiastic leadership and ar0 cn- . yipg a season of prosperity! I '. . • * * • ' Mphone Operators , >1* Unlttue F»riy i A unique party was held a^ the iephone office last Fnday night len the girls of; the traffic de -i" , meat returned to the'offii:c! to is^ist in tagging the new teleithoue irectories. Twenty-eight hundred lirectprles were tagged during the «ning. The remainder ofl the me was. speiit soctally and ire- frcshments were served. ' The. following operators were resent: Hiclen Colby, Lucille !E1- Ifs, Vena FInley, Vesti Finley,-Ell^n Goodner,, Marlon McGec, Dpro- tfiy Me'nsie. Irene M^nzie, lia Moer- Bllen Shockcy, P. y Me'nsie. or, Catherine Odor, ^lla Smith, Helen F. Smith. Helen' Jjl. Smith, Rva Jane SdlwcH, Myrtle .'Titus, Mnbcl I'pshaw. Beulah t<yctPtn. Wanda Wilson, Arlinn Bcr- ijj'. RuJh Colby, and iho hostpsKos, Blanche Romsberg and Flo Richardson. • « * HoHlew al Birthday Parly I Mrs. Hsmion Sutton eiilcrt.-iln- M at dinner SsturdHy rvoning in nonor nf httr hiisbund's birthday. Thoso present wnre. I,Mr. and .Mrs. B. A. .Sntlon and jlaughter Helen; Mr. R. L.. Rogers and dnughlnr. Glnd>'s, of Mo- j-an: Miss May Ilamll, Paulino Mc- Inncy nnd Mr. .lohn Scwcll. ,Vn». .n. I.. BKK>VSTK». I An Appreciation. ' "Let us honor you 'not so much with passing praises 'as with our rovorpnrc, and so fur as wn can with our emulation, pondering in our hearts your words and acts, tphprishing the fcatiirps of your character." j Fifty years is a long timo, and ^wo people who have known each other Willi for half a century arc not likeljy to have many iliu |iion8 regarding each othrir. T' . It is a little more ; than fifty years since 1 first metitlie subject of this sketch. I have] known her in different places and under dif- ilercnt circumstances. I speak the simple truth when 1 say that during all this time 1 have had de«yi love and gcn^ino admiration fo^ her. I have regarded her as a i^odel daughter, sister, wife, mothr ^r-.and friend: and now—together with her children and a host of t^qse whose lives she has touched ip this and in other lands—I rise iiplto '!call her blessed"; and I e^- t)ec|' a privilege to tell others iioiUething of the qualities which macle her loved most by those who knfew her best. i Maria Louise towan was born In Indiana. To her Celtic ancestors 5 he owed her radiant beauty, per- onal charm, vivacity, love of life, (ospltality, humor, loyalty to friends, and—mayhap—that touch of melancholy which is as charac- lerfttic o^ the Celt as is his gaiety. I think it was Just before the i.'lvll War that the Cowan family novcd to Kansas. At any rate it vas' in the latter state that the 'oung Maria Louise first met Mr. irinkcilhoff Brewster.-who because )f ill ) ealth had come from New Vork If the Middle Wpst. The few /ears of thoir murrlod life before he death of Mr. Brewster wore lUHscd jiartly fa New York,'partly n Kansas.! Of their five children four are atlii living. Thoy nro Mrs. Mar.- Jhall Cratio Hayos of Pusadcnd, Mr. Schnjjlor Brewster of South Pasadena, Mr. F..W. Brewster and Miss Grace H. Brewster oCBakers- ricld; It is a never-to-be-forgotten day vhon one must perforce change he color of the carnation which 10 wears on "Mother's Day." It nattprs not that the children may >e grown to manhood and woman- jood. Mother's death brings more 'fvldly before them the days of I heir childhood, and the love which he most ordinary mother gives er children. And she of whom I rite was no ordinary mother. One prominent characteristic of [Ts. Brewster was her 'erest in life, her kindly curiosity bout people and things. To have let her once was to be forever re- embered .by her, and to know jbat :at least one person in the irorld was interested in you and ] loped. for your snccess. She was liarticularly Interested in youth, iind always desired that children I nd young people should be happy, lers was the sympathetic ear into rhich many young peopte poured h,e story of-their love affairs. :?du|d their confidante have bad ler way, they would all have "marked and lived happy ever after." But for tlic necessity of t)eing rath father and mother to a family >f small children, I'm inolined to think that Mrs. Brewster's 'ppiril jf adventure would have led- hW to :ravel widely. As it was, she crossed- the Continent several times, nrent to Alaska one snrnmer, and prtth hpr younger daughter spent !i year In Japan with her older laughter, who—with Mr. Hayes— s\'as engaged in misslDnair work here. It was something, li <e a quarter >f a century ago thiat Mrs. Brew- iter came to Callfon ia, and she vas the most enthusltstic of Cali- brnians. During h^r declining 'ears she has divided!her time be- wcen her son and daughter In 'asadena, her son and daughter >ii a ranch near Bakarsfleld. and ho aottnge at Avalpn—which place lhe dearly loved.. For tho past few years her lealth has been gradually falHng, it iBBl "God's finger touched her. and lhe BloUt."- ! 1 • Butrrr r I "Onr loml dead are always,sear, I or thoy are with! God, and HJ* IH 1 ever" ... ;. . ! ifARY A. CLARKE COLQUHOUN. AVsIon, Cataltaa Islud, CallLi ami childron went last wc^Jt to Kinu-.-i to visit hor parpnts. Clarcnt-p i« stiUhpre. Thpy rami! to attend thp funpral of hla mollicr. .MTK. llolpiiian, anil will return s«ion to thpir lionio iu Colorado. Read about big. .Auption .Sale Ui<p(l Koril Csir.s on \Vant Ad p;igp, .McCarthy .Motor i;o." The Mo. Par. railroad unloadpil a car load of cindpr.-' a few da.vs ago, to he put on the road each way from the trark. which wtit be a much needed impr6vement. Ben Schomakcr and daughters, .Mary auil Lena were shopping in lola Thursday of last week. Mr. T. M. Curtis, acting road- master for the Katy, rpporls that Mr. F. T. Polsom is ni|iiph improved and .Mr.s. Foljioni! i.s visiting relatives in Illinii s. .Mr. Kolsum Is stiUr at St. John's hospital in St. 7.,ouii5. but thei" will rptnrii to their home at Emporia by Uie end of the week. Frafik Sicka Jr., and Kdward Sicka left one day last week for Iowa,- In a Ford roadster. Thoy expect to work tliere on » farm. Mr. and Mrs. Frank .Ma.s.solli "'rand fahilly iJ^ere visiting with Mr. The scene of the crash in which Henry Ford was injured ^d a rcatll* nixtiiiwii ht^rfi Cnniinc over the River Rouge bridge near. Pcarborrt, I pictured hereli Coming over the River Rouge bridge near. ^ . ^ Michigan boulievard by u hrt-gor car. Tho coupe Jumped tlfci curb, wo into the tree is shown in the picture. IflQUA April 1.—Tl|e Rev, Fr. August 1'. Ilpinian ami | .Miss Anna DPIIPS came home Thursday of last wopk from the :^Inyji sanitarium, ROIIIPS- ter, Mlnnesotii. It surely Is good to havo tlipmjbaL -k with us. nnd to know thai IHP>-' arc so muph improved that tiipy can luko up Ihpir work for the parish, as In (hp past, and may lhp>-| bp with us for many years. Mrs. ..\clllp Dix !c illustration of I^ow it happenetl are Ich., Ford's {coup4 wak crowded off down the embankment, and'crashed 'Schoolmarm' and Mrs; Ben Schoniaker anil family all day last Sunday. Mrs. Massoth and Mrs. Schoma^cr are sisters and they enjoy ' their visits vcrj- much. Miss Teresa Konen. was visiting with her brother, H. H. Konen and wife at Parsons, going down Friday of last week and returning Thursday of this week. Mrs.' C. .M. Kooken and daugh>^ ter. ."yilssMae Hccknian were shop-i jilng in Iflla Friduy of last week. Rev. Father Bacil of Hi. Paul, Mission remained here last Sunday and assisteil Futhpr Ilelniunn with the churcli servicp. - Miss Lena iSux visited at the Ben Sphomakpr honip Friday of | last. week. .Mike Re^dy shipped a car load or slock to Ihp Kansas City market last Monday. Tho Farmers' Cnlon shipped a car of mixed stock to the Kansas City market last Tupsda.v, W. J. Massoth and. Will Wesferman went up to sec them sell and.attend to some other bnslnpss for the Union. T. M. Curtis, assistant roadmas- ter on the Kaly, was In Piqua Inst Tuesday on business. Mrs. Vida HIake of SanU .Vnn-j icu. ('aiif„ luiK a sf 'ange ocra-l pat Ion, for a win'iun —shij tearhps flylnir. At the field li the American .Mrcnift (!!oriM>ra lion she is jiinslly jjimln'^ oal cl[i.*<ses of "air women." .Slie i lilclnred lierp In hei fljrtm; sul H : Iloracp COIPS. now .one of putstnnding billiard pxpprts England, made a high run of wlicn only six years old. th« ;i 2\ Australia has derided to send soccer-team'to Antwerp for Olympic ganves next year. thie Use KC for /Ei^r itextune and/orjjrer-yjo^iime in your bajMngs MOHonsof ^ by our Go war llATINBES 8:00 p. m.' ELITE .SatAdaij 1 'tff 11, KIGHT8 ;:00^:(W p. m. THE HOME OF THE BIG FEATURE^, f In presenting the S Bad Mnn wf •gtanranlec satlsfantlpn,. tiiem^ cast and jWopj-. .Tanking as one. If inot the grcatesf w(«t|m <i(<^^ efer told on the screen and -we cordially recemmeml " " to onr many western patrons. T-N..MAGl|rDER. I I Biid.^ -Casttif 25300 With George OfBHeln anl Olive^den • . |, I ..... Into a-land of teiror; a^aifti of gold.maddened me and frenzied women,, rode a slip of a girtl and 3 bad ine They were border terror8 ,-ki!Iers; who! settled diaput with the shooting iron, but they formed a ppotecti: _ trio for this transplanted desert flower, and they Totjle into eternity with a Hmile'that she miffht reali; e the secret of ber dreama. It's the mightae^t of all great drk-. mas of tih0 early West. A «8 (q» JPabks _ Topicsof th« D^y F«c Comedy—"The Old Fteme.'^ / NORTH WISE (Mrs. McKiiincy) I.Mar. 31.—The John Jackson sale wias weU attended ahd things Isold well. Wc certainly have plenty of rain^ for the time being. Will Grieve was brought home from Stl John's hoifpifil Tuesday where he had-|au operatlun Tor appendicitis. His nicuy fricndj liupe he -Milll rapidly recover. Mr. McKinncy was trynns some of his little, athluti): stunts .Monday while hauliiig hay unil wus thrown from the wagon rack, hay and al^,; hurting his shoulder and arm, but seems to be getting aloug ffine. ; . , Chas: Wilmoth purchased a nice bunch bf hogs of his :jon in Colony. Among those trading in Colony Saturday-nfipruijori were;; .^Ir. and Mrs. Zan Baltair^^v^M. Hewiett, :Mr8. Jim Ryon; Velnui and Lerpy, and Mrs. MidCiiiney. . —Bead abont big V^nction Sale Used: Ford Cars on Wadt Ad^age. .McCarthy, M(}tor Co. 1 .Miss Miljded Da-rts helped Mrs. Will Grieve iwitll the; care qf the children iandj the work whi-c Mr. Grieve was. ^tbe ho80it,-<i. [ Evelyn JGreigg visit'eit lier pareiits from Friday !eveniug> until Sunday cvenin;;: ' ; . Wc arc aieaid, that-the meeting at the- Valley will hay<e to be held some other evening as the roads are so very bad. We.sincerely hop^ the Rev.: Mr. Gilbert !cau meet with us soon. j Mr. and .Mrs. Dfcki.Gulier and son Wendell weije yiaitors at the McKinney home {Tuesday evening. Remember Friday,; ApMl 8, is school meeting at' the school bouse. Mr. and .Mrs.:JRolland Hepneir and children audi; Mr. jtnd Mrs. Elvon Nickles of Garnett were Sunday ^sitorsi at the McKinney home. They stopped Sunday afternoon for A short; but sweet visit with Mr. and. Mrs. Lloyd Weatherman and family. Mrs. Marie Gooden:and Darlene and the Holt children havebeeitl <^ate'hing some very .nice fish out of little Deer creek. It is reported that John Jackson /md family are planning on going south ior the benefit bf bis. health. We Join in wishing them spocoss. Cha^. Wilmoth received word froni the Stout family to the oTfoct t.lmt they arc nicely; located in their hew home and that they like it fine. I Mr.; and Mrs. Ben Grieve bcoiight his brother Will home from the hospital. Mrs.iRyo^.and Jack.took Mrs. Will Griqve there "Tuesday morning.^ : !ij mm&Have Always Wanted a face powderMi.ite this new .'wonderful ^i^ncb I *rpces8 Pow.der^^all- ed MEa;LO-C^X>-|-stay!s on a long time—liMps that ugly shihe away -ogives tha skin] a soft, pearhy look—prevents lai^e pores. Vou will be :amazed at the biaantiCring qualttie!; and purity of MELLO^ GLO: Yon will be glad you tr.'ed it—Cook's I ^gi Stpra, tiTB intan to' imsora " tcr dicntion tnt (ovM hx UUnc fauBbnUin's for ooB mlk. Tb«T-;— hnltlqr. diCTiUon. frt qnldr. »ulta. 50e or ZEcjpMct atMIBE Sfeht lOc »0e TONIGHT AND TlTESDAy. \ I I \ \ i Two roadis. One—jease and luxury. The ofiher— South America and the building of a huge^ bridge. Tom makes a choice. Leaving home with its niournfiil.mem- ories, he proceeds to drown hi.s .sorrows. Ambitibh.S' buried, an attiractive s^norlta nurses him back to -health only to find—? I « I I ALSOCOMEl^Y AND NEWS I I II The Spring Exhibition and Sal6of PBOGKS Continiiea Today With 'an extensive, assortment ' of the smartest new styles ^ and distinctive new tub fabrics, together! with a completer range of - colors .and sHtes, providing an unusually -al^ tractive variety from whi<A . to choose, m^ny women and \ misses are taking advantage" of this special sale of "Good .Morning" Wash.Frocks to fill their entire Spring arid Summer reguirentents. We-suggests an. oarly visit! Priced-e^cially low at^, SPRING COATS A fine slwwlw. of nifty =8p«tt: Coirt .H with fluffy fnr.eoliani and plain— ! . TO .75 2&3 (ear &Qf sue- ifola. Sub standards of themost widely known^ the most widely adverti'Md Underwear in America. ttefeiae^re not syconds'but GiJad^ A, with a few irregulafrities pos• sfbly ii^ the ma king. You fin-d'them, we <Min -t. You. buy IJhem this w^bk iTom |l-3 to 1-2 the regulJar price. iThe colors are Ni%, Sead'W Flesjh!: }.'•'•..••] mise. .Sate i^,.............,$U5

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