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THE lOLA DAILYi REGISTER. FRIDAY EVENING ?. APRIL 8.1927. " • I a harp in i a high silent attic . At tbe top Qt iaety stairs. Where alwa^ adead calm rielgns, or the erratic :^rfiiae at tiigrant a |rB. japvtl iQ tbeistr ^k you pass, lonely and mvBiue. j jTlw, ppw«r; to ftrlke jtreat chords ! 'Jn your rapt gacel; But on you pass with the throng,' 1^ owlft and co^fusiBg, , j { Down the world's empty ways. ^ I .Never for you tike rapture of dagcr cliqibiof I'' 1 . Up to ^^.attld high. . An^ for Qie only; tbe ghostly chiming Of great songs that must die. •--L<ouiii bodire i^ Scrlbner's Maga- jUl-Day MeeiUngiof I CUfh No. 4'. • . - \ Au all-day meeting of Circle No. i6t the General Ladles' Aid sodiety of i the First Methodist Bpiscoiial ciiurch was held yesterday in the /home of Mr?./ilarence/Smith, 4;16 South Walnut' aireet. / A cafeteria/ luncheon was served «t noon and yCarnlati6p ,Si a gift f ^om Mrs. W. G.^Wiley, of /the lola.Green House, who is a member: of the circle, were given tjn the trays as favors. Luncheon guests were: The Rev. and Miis., C. I. Coldsihith, Mrs. J. C. Nortop. 6f Moran; Mrs. / W. H. Root, general jprerfdenf of jthe Ladies' Aid ^ocietjf; Miss.Bula 'Relmert, Mrs. wjil Idee Smith, Miss i Margaret Smith ;and M^. .Clarence j Smith. • Eight children \ also were jgaests. i < f The afternoon meeting was pf«' sided over by .the m-esident. iMrs. H. W. Urlch.Thcj devotionals iwere led by Mrs. D.,; U. Burtnettl on "Mexico."" A playlet, "Tfee Wrong . Mrs. Smith," was cleverly actdd by Mrs. H. W. Urich, Mrs. J. P. Koh- Ifer! Mrs. W. A. Wloodftiff, and Mrs. E. L. ^eCiilen. .i <Ir8 .^L., H. Wish-' ard was an afternoon guest.' Twenty -two members Were present. . i i \- j • I fieneral WorklRff iioriet] Mapts ai HanKe < . Mrs. H. G. Alathls WTas hoBtesB yesterday aft«?rtioon to [the mem- heir« of the Oorjeral Working ;Ho- clety of the FJrst Rresbyteflan church, 8«sl9*ed }jy the wmbr .TH of thei'Sfccond DWmon. " 1 , Thii president. M TH. K". W.^Shr-r- [wopd, pfeslded siytir tlici mooting. iMrs. frravJH'MoFHc.condijctrrt tb« dqvolional period. A H thjn was this la«t- meeting «if th«' year, reports .were given by (bp cboirnifn ofeach division.' It wasLdeclddl that all ot th« dlvislonx j would , unitn In holding a, baiaarin tlio Tnlh Election of of/;iec 'rH reHuUffd as follows: . Mrs. P. W. Sherwood, prealdent; Mrs.j Franlq Forrest, -Tiea-presldcnt: Mrs. A. F. Florence, jiecretary and Mrs. ' E. C. B«maberg. treasurer. : A program uufderj the direction of Mtos Daphne Stp(|ghlii of the Junior high scboQl, consisted of an Esquima song,, by. two i freshmen girls in costume; reading by Mrs. Eflin of the Junior coilcgc and an I "Eaeter Story" by William Henry ; fJreeo. Befreshqients were served! CIrde 50. i Mee<s; ..- Memliers of Cii 'cle No. 5 of the XSeneral, Ladies' Aid society of the First Methodist Episcopal church were entertained: yesterday afternoon in [the honiC; of Mrs. H: Bal- xer, one'mile northeast of lola, with. Mrs. Kate Hester and Mrs. Beapie Alger assisting. , Mrs. J. H. Huff was the devotional leader. Rbll call',responses: were onrrpnt eveats. Twehtv-two callB on the sick knd shut-ins were reported 'having been made since the,last meeting.! A picture-guessing contest was played and'refre^h- menu were served. Mrs. C. I. Coldsmith, a guest, s^ng a solo; The Rev. C. I. Coldspith and mother. Mrs. Hattic CpldBihlth. also were gnests and , sewnteen members were present. •' ' * •* ' . •; iPwisfon Chapter^' IMphlan ; Society Helds MieetlBg r The regular m^ing of the Fnn- sjon Chapter of the Dfelphikn Society -was yesterday afternoon in the home of Mrs. E. H. Hnnter, S19 E^t Broadway. V Mrs. Geo. J, Trombold. letf the tirograim on "French Opera" in an interesting way and in addition to i the program'records were play- r ed on an Orthophonic vlctrola fur- k niBhed by the J. V. Roberts Music : 0>mpan)r. * Text, reports wnrn given by Miss Mary Remsberg,: Mrs. Lloyd Carter, MrH, P. n. J. Ajdams, Mrs. J. H. Sowcri)y, . Mrs. ! John Braxee. Mrs. M. HIahcho' Wootd, and Mrs. O. L. CuIliBon. , I The next meeting will be with Mrs. George J, Trombold, 817 Eafit iacluion iivenuc, April 19. «• t • ^ 1)el «ga<(!N Beiiort; of State H'oodnuia pircle Meet. . Mrs. Myfrtic Gt-ove, Ti/lri. Idalla Stewart.. Mta. I4zzie Pierce, .Mrs. Alice Shelby. Mrf Susie Brown and Mrs. Ellen i :ia ^i8.have returned from the state convention 6t the Woodman Circle held Tuesday and W€dnesday_ Ja ^jCoffeyville. 'Mrs. Mary E-'LaiRocca, of Omaha, national president of the Supreme Forest of Woodman Circle, was -in attendande a ,nd assisted in tbe business oi, the convention. The convention was held in the siui- flpwer room of the pale hotel, and' at the close of the sessions a banquet was served fat 4hi8 hotel. The: local grove was honored by , the election jof -two memlwrs to state 'btflces:- Mrs. Myrtle Grove, state pr^ident fmd MtB. Ida ^ik Stewart^ state chaplain. Mrs. Hattie Kaiifman. of Humobldt was elected ieecond manager on the board of atate ,m |mag«k-s. • . • Mr«. Josie Potter, who was a lo- cKl delegate.; did not return botnd •with the others, but .went fo . with tlie oUiiusi. >ut went to Sand Springs, Oki». to vlBit her daugh-| tcr. . . i . ' i • /• . HMtess to JCIrde'KikJ . , ] Mrs. Charles MobrhoB, '320 Noi Second street, was hostess yeste^- da^ 'afternoon to thcf memiiers of Circle No.' 1 of the First Methbdlatl Ladies' Aid society. Mrs. D. ^. McCarty was in charge of the deh. votionali period in the absence ofi Ithe president, Mijs. W. p. Lawyei. Sewing was ihc twor ^jof the after- nooti and refreahmeBt^ were served by tbe -hostess, ass^ted hy Mri. Frazler, Fifteen mefi^bers weri at the meeting. T i .Walcom Bonsh | Miss Emma Bj Maiconi, of loli and Mr. Samuel E. Roush. of ICan sas City, KanJMs, were united ii marriage Sunday afterAoon at 2:3< o'clock in Kansas Cltir, Kansas, b: the Rev. M. t. SnappJ of thi Christian church.. « Mr.'and Mrs. Roush will resid in Kansas City, tC^nsasJ where h < is employed as a carplenter. . The bride is a daughter of .Mr. Silas ^talcom of. this city. ' *• • « —Special Snndajr Dinner, nooi and evening, 5Ar, 7»c. Kelley Hotel. Celebrate Golden Weddiu . An'ilr'erHaiT I» Tnriock | / The following article 1from the Turlock; (California) NeWs will b; of interest t6 many people in Al len County. It follows: Easter Sunday. April ij, 1877. a: Bethel church, Berlin county. Mo. occurred the wedding [of Man Elizabeth Woods and John Augu^ Booth.' tlie Rev. J. W. Decker offi dating. ' , To ihis union seven cbildrei ^ere born: 6. C. Booth, of Tur lock; Harry Booth, of Turlock, C. E. Booth, of Modesto, Mrs. P. jL Oyler, of lola, Kan.; G. D. Booth, of Livingston; Mrs. T. H. Gettle, of St. Francis, Kans., and R. L. Booth, of Turlock. The five boys^.and* their families werei present at the golden wedding I anniversary which was hehl in the lovely suburban bomc of R. L. Booth in- Colorado avenue, Apr! i 1, 1927. The home was decorated In a profusion of early . sprini; flowers including yellow and whit! oalla lilies, California golden pop- l^icB, ferns and smiiax. From th; alcpve where tbe|"brido and bridegroom" sat, were HUBpehdcd th; wordH, "Booth-Wpods. 1877-1927," i.A very IntnrcMtjIng program WBH Rivon by varloui^ mtimberH nf ^h> family. Tiill goldoti taperK burnei throjiigboul the program. Ajlovply l)puqiiet of Jonquils nn t Bwnja ipeaH was prnBcntcd to Iht "brlHc" by l*o of har'sroall granei daughtem. Several valuable gifts were gh en to llin honor gutists, Inrliidin gold plereM from thnlr BOHH an) fatnllloB. I After a lltl;|p time npenl In ror gralulating the "bride and brtd< groom" on their many haifpy yean i of wedded life, a two -^ouriie lunch eon was Bcr ^^ed fo thirty people. Both Mr. and Mrs. :Booth hav i been very industrious people am are|)n .unusually good health fo (heir y^ars. A remar4cable feature of this event is that all seven children are living and in comfortable homes of their.own. T ^iat Mr.'and Mni. Booth may live to enjoy many more annlvei-- siaries, is the wish of their children and friends. • * • Woman's Missionary Association The Woman's Missionanr Association of the Church of the United Bnethren in Christ met yesterday afternooii in the ichurch socikl room.. This was the first meetihg of the' present fiscal year and the new oiffigers were in charge. They are: 'Mrs. B. W. Manning, president; Mrs. Willis Ayling, vicb- pr(>sldent; Mrs. N. t. Vezie, treasurer and Mr.8. S. E. Dale, kecrie- tary. Plans were discussed for the j'fflir's work. ; j Mrs. Charles Wilson and Mrs. Ella Jacobs were elected delegates and Mrs. John Knock and Mrs. Jas. Fisher, alterngtes, to. the state meeting in June in Kansas City. | Committees for the year wei-e named as fortows: Mrs. Daisy Morrison and Mrs. C. S. Bishop, prog'rami Mrs,' Lee Veteto, publi:- ity :!Mr8. Charles Wilson and Mi si Willis Ayling, memlieri^bip, and Mrs. Guy Fulton, prayer circle. * <• * Giveti taster Social I - "rhe member^ of the' Intermedia.te Christian Endeavor society jof tfie church of tbe .Udited Brethi-cn in Christ, held an Easter social thuiis- day night, in the church ; social room. . ' ; I Games were played and ;prl:[ics wore awarded. Refreshments wdre Btrved. " -TJio members prea^nC wire: .Mabel Oliver, Clara- Doijo- VI n, i.«onoroIJQigb. Dorothy Bdk- et, Wilda Gorriill, Doris Tayl ir, M Id red Huhtl Bertha Hunt,; Vh la Sfiiithi Dorottjy Jotin Flake, ^un or F ake. Dorothy fisher, lla^el F14h- ci. -Kdna Montgdmery, and the stip- eiintendc!ut, LMrs. Opal Hayes. . • • <. V M^ K of CIrde No. 7 Mrs. H.'Tbolen. Jr.. and Mrs. E. Bi Cook enleriained Circle. No. 7 of tl^ Ladies' Aild Society of the First Methodist Episcopal church in J he home of the former. 223 South Oak street,-yesterday afternoon Mrs. J. H. Gear.l prudent, las in Charge of the meeting. , Mrs. O. W. Holmes led the dey^tionals on the subject of "Palm Sunday" as a preparation 1 for Easter Sunday,! Mrs. Ho^r^JE. Tfwell. of Ed in;; hui^,'Tex.. and Mrs. Ora Duncan were guests. , Twenty-two members were present ': iRefreshmei its w«-«j nerved. - ;• ^' In' olden times it was a general belief Xhat any chllrf bom in ^he last seven days of!April would "die a wicked death." Among 1 he superstitious the 15tli and the 2: Lat were believed to b»; the unlacky days of April. . j - j The newest "Jumpjir-saite'' for young' women, are '"frogged" as fllgbQrgtaly a« the •oiCorinB of a French cavalry officer or the lei id- er of a ;Hu4sarIan band. BT SISTER MART BREAKiFAST — Stewed | .'dried 4 eame«^ P sra- celery .apticots, «»rea1i cream] i^s on graham toast, ham t9a8t'. milk', oo>tree.l LyNCHEON—Cream ^, aoop, croutons, stuffed salad, whole wheat bread; caramel custard, crisp cookies, milk. (ea. DINNER—Filetj of flounder in tomato sauce, boiled potatoes in parsley buttJer. grden beans, ru- «uml>er 'and cream cheese| salad, lemon snow, graham brcad^ milk, coffee.. ' _ j I , i 1 .Stuffed beet ^lad as most'at­ tractive, substantial a/id economical. Cottage cheese i| a,valuable food for both ybung and elderly persons. It is of ^tigh jUitamin, content and easily digested. Although lacking in fat. this d^JBci^i^y can be simply' aiid oomfortably nihde up by the addition of cream or olive oil. Qeets are rich in mineral content and furiiikh bulk. Four medinm-sizcd beets. 1 cup cottage cheese. 2 tableifpnohs sweet- cream, salt, 't teaspoon paprika. >i teaspon white pepper, head leiture. roayonnalise. 2 tablespoons lemon JUtce, 4!tablespoons salad oil. J ' i / Scrub beeis and rj6qk until tender. Dip in cold >(a(er and slip skins. When cool ' enough to handle, cut out' centers. Sprinkle lemoi% juice and oil over beet cups atid let stand, revere^, in a cold place until thorougblji'j chilled, at least one; hour. Scasioii t-otiage cheese with salt, paprtlia inrf pepper and make moist With cream-. Fill beet cups yith mixture. Arrange on a bed (ff rrisp lettuce and serVe with m\>-onnaisc .' Fliiely chopped . nils, mincod olives an^ pimenioes-cjan be added to the cheese. OranKt marmalade combined with the il eese; makes a delicious sweetish ijalad. Mrs. GuUett's Items Monday,' Apr. 4.—-Mijs. Swaggart is 'caring for Mrs. Dajuforth, KtVs mother. She and her spster is very poorly. Tom Slns.shcr is gctt ng Mr. Tut-^ tel 's property in shape for ijccupa- tlon. as they will be hoirip from Fort Dodge this month They live on Hoi 'll' .Main. i • W'c wer all snrprlscd to hear of Mr. .StoiilH denlh. Mm. .NfiifKliuirH llllli'i hnilHu dnc. Pniiiil'!," died u Fridajt' evo. .She WHS a'kfuucl H .pliz and: all mont hitinaii, and her love f pr her nils- lre,i»s wiiH great and It mire was ro- tiirnfld. A H .MrH. .Markhull II VCH alono the dog Iji iiiadly |n )li<ii <'(l. Well, rag' carpets, old faKhiMned rurlalnH (ind the <.-and|j'! wit -k l >cd Bproad, they nay are 'cdhilng In for H Hliare of ipopularllyJ Hny, this will be a biilsy <KeasonJ how iilwul the cotton. KuU stocke^B- K'ith itrf fancy fes^ther stich. they were sure flome ware tjo ttu-m.' j I Miss Ida Slnsshcr extiecis to go t<li see her sister in Ei -eka. Ikla.. onei of La this month. George .Mctlcomc wasl Harpe's early callers. He cknie in to deliver hi.s produce. | , - , Charle.v Harris weni to Blue Mound a Sunday to sec bis brother. .Mr. and .Mrs. John Walton and .Margaret and mother, Mrsj Maxson, called on .Mr. and Mrs. George Salee a Sunday afterhooii. Johni JTcDonald has moved a garragc over from the faxm to where he will live on .McKiniey street. Oh Tuesday was "an ideal wash day regardless of the election. They usta say it rained oa election day so people could not j work, "i Mrs. bpangier entertained her neace , alnd husband' from dttawa. Kanfi. T Dorthy Gullett accompanyod Helen Spradlln home from- school a Monday eve and called on L. D. Johnson and r6und a fine] fellow for his age. | / Joha Garvey's sale was a/perfect- walk-a-way, that is they came and bought the goods and walked away, and he feels he is well repaid in the money he spent - in printer's ink. Go cn Dempsey, you arc all OK. It seems like M. H. Roscbaugh having a sad life* the last few •years loosing so many of his fani- flly, then financially embarest 'makes it sad. I Well, we wor glad the piano is [in sight.and if som should cleat •the county home out of a boarder, jthey can feel like they have made som one happy. If you have any old four leaf window curtails get them out 'and make them In to a robe^^tbey are tbe sUle. ! li Mrs. Hattle Oullctt received a letter Tuesday from Lafayette, In- 9 -J^'T^-^p^-f^'*-.-' C HILDREN of the Nekr East Relief orphanage in St. J^mes' Patriarch .of the Aijmenian Church, preparatory to special! First Church of Chrfijt Scientist Sunday school ati9t'l5 a. m. Church at 11 a. m. SulijectI "Are Sin, Disepe, and Deatli Iteul?' Wednescfiy evening meetings at S o'clock. Services will be held at church edifice, corner of Sycamore and East, streets. The reading room over Ramsay's 'Dry Goods Store. 101H: East Madison uviiiuc, open each week day from 2 io 5 p. ni. The public la cordially, inviti'd to attend the services ot t le church a^d to visit the reading room. Trc-Easter Service nt TJie f'hurrb Of The riiltPd Hrelhern. Will begin next Sunjlay nlgiit and conriiUK^ aliwcck, |ivifh iho Rev: .Miss Kdric I.ayiic-.! Iho girl KvHiigi'llsl, of i,yndoii, ^an.sas In charge. j .MIsB Layii(> U ;i, w"iidr-rfiii Hpejker and l:i «t(r;i<t|nK liirgK crowds wliiTc- I 'ViT .Mht'i sptakK. Vou will want to hr.-ir her. At « p. in. liich ntjjht.; The KiiplM Tcniple. A unified m-rvic«> iind Ii<-(i;4loTi Day program will (»• r:irrl<-d oiilj on Sunday niornlrig. Tl r s)-rvi(;c will start gl i «:0 (i and wi- lio|u- to be adJniiriK'd by ll::!it. I/Ml ni<-ni- .St. Timothy's Ep (200 block. S. iscopal Church Walnut St.), Church school. 10 a. m. Kveniug prayer 7:15 p. m. . , i Lenten scrvJco Tuesday; 7:15 p. and sermdn. m. • I Services for clijlldren, 4::10 p. In. The auxiliary h church will inect! crnoon in the cliu at 3 o'cloi-k. THO.MAS GETZ HILL. Rector. Friday, \t St. Timothy's Thursday aft- i-ch vestry room Church of the Naznrene Rfgular service!^ Sunday S'-hool al UKV. V. II. Lunn .M(i.. sf-crctary of .S. IJilard of tUo clJiirch. will apoak Satanlay night at air> interested in 7:.'!0 to all who |ti-a<her training work. He will irfeach Sunday a. in. and night and al :! p. in. on Siinr oils. Vou are iirg enjov this treat. There will h< Claris lonlghl. .\ms. C. M. FL< Free Mrlhndist Church :t07 .Vwrih T liera of ilio Sunday ScliodI HfiW 1 assistant in the service. People romi'lg for ' the regular 11 oVliu-k sepii-c will reach tliore ubuiit the liini- I lie sermon Hfarts. "so they are rei|ilested to conjc by lil:;!ti. The i>jisior will preach 'On "Jens Triiiniiilial V.ii- Sunday school j^t 9:, Anna (Sray Siipll., .N 'j trance,'' and a eall for jdiii; ions for Chri.st will be iiiaile. \l the eviniiiK sei-viei- till! .ordinance of baptism will lii'| adm! tereil. Rev. B. R. I'aH Elder, will hold the quarterly conference • for this Friday evening an er Sunday. . Come aiifi listen The y. .M. Y. P| meet until next Home .Mission w< Tuesday night usual. F. L. Bon I'a.-.sion week will be olisel-ved er. Thursday, prayer meeting at by a union sorviic each iveniii the Presbyterian church. .Maihis will preach Monday ( ing: IJr.Coldsiiiiili Tiiesda.v Thur.sday. and Dr. Sowerliy V nesday and Friday evenings. ^ al |7:.1f> p. in. Dr. I Laura (Jardner. ken! Rev. Parks will! andjtli'- morning am! evening services 0.1- Weiinesday. at 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. E. C. Cannon, with Mrs. A. D. Mor is, leader. Thursday at 9:30 a. n . there will be held four si- mult aneons prayer meetings:: At the home of Mrs. O. C. Taylor, with Mrs. J. W. Avery, leader; at the lome of .Mrs. C. L. Chryst with .Mrs. E. C. Cannon, leader; at the home of Mrs. John Brown jwith Mrs. Harlan Taylor leader; \ and at t! le home of Mrs. James Giavin. i/with Mrs. William Auerbach as the Iead>r. Friday at 2:30 p^ m.' a me«i ing will be held at the church. The rejgular mid-week prayer meei ing will be held Wednesday at 8 p. m. The public is cordially InvitJBd to attend all services. beginning with 9:4r. a. m. of Kan.sns City, the General S. give an .addrcBs y SchiMil| mcth- I to attend and no nihiv Study IWKR. Pimlor. lird Street ,45 a. m. K. Horner, the District ircuil beginning iI cojntinulng ov- \o hlB messages, .M. S. will not iveek for their rk. lass, meeting as | liani." class Icad- Monastery welcome ^hs religious'exercises. leader. have charge of First Xethodlst; Chnrrh Palm Sunday is at band. It is the Sunday of triumph for our Lort. He entered Jerusalem in trluiiph and multitudes sang His pral « and gave Hlmihonor as the Son 4^ .God. We want the day to he :a' day of triumph for our Lori how as it was then. We' want our :ivp8 to be opened to llim that ho night come in triumph. ^AVo wan His house filled with H |B praliri and honor. I^et ii« meet to wrtrshlp Illm next .Sunday. Sunlrtay School 9:45. .Mirnlng Worship ll:on. Subject. "Tb( Triumph nf Jcsiis." ! Jinlor and Intermediate Leagiie.'i at 5 p. m. .Scilor League- 7:00. Ktening AVorshlp K:00. Siibjecl. "Sav-d by Faith." Wirshlp with US at "The House of I applness." Flpit \. .M. E. Church. (Lincoln iinil Hiukryei Sunday sihool. 9::t0 a. ni. Class meeting. 10:10 a., in. Morning worship, 11 a. ni. A. C. K. iLeagiiet 6:.30 p. iiu Evening worshi >. 7:4."> p. ni. Official board .Monday night. on Suiicla.v. Y. P. .M. S. .wil vieo aj; usual at 6 ; evening. You' are welconi .Mrs. Alberta W. First Christ Preaching at 11 by the pastor. .Morning subjectd Ian Chnrch a. m. and 8 p. m. J. B. Reynolds. "The Law of topic: "Forglve- hcaV\Mrrk '7uinTArmstroi'.g7the I ".''»•''••* School at 9:30 a. m. great evangeli.st. iwho is conduct-I iV"*';'''**',V,'^ '"''.""•'^"^T.^'"- ing a meeting at: the above nam, d * ^ church. She is; the best woman I T'"^ Lndeayoi^^Societ cs_ meet p.reacher we ever heard. Kv«rjone ' P " We want the pieiieral public to j I'"^'"^-,'; J;'""'"^. hold their ser.•50 p. m. Sunday Bonhani, pastor. . m. Next week will be oh , , , , ,, , , , , served as a week of prayei" lead- in this cil.v should hear, bcrpneadi-1 , j„ The Woman's mg at *:4.-> p. in. each e\ening. Ail ; „,„i„„arv. socjety will meet next are welcome. C. A. JACKSO.V, Minister. T^IpJtj- .VcthodiHt EplBCopal Chnrch W+ will observe passion week begii ning with-the Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. L«t each teacher endp ivor to gain new pupils, also prep ire pupils for membership in the Church Easter Sunday' morning. .Mr rnlng wor.ship at 11 o'clock. Snbjet.' "Tbe Triumphant Entry." Kriworth League at 7 p. m. :fol- lowel by the evening worship at 8 p. m. Ths program for thel week, will b^ a inounc^d on Sundajy. Presbyterian Chnrch To norrow Is Decision Day In the Sunday School. All teachersi and students are requested to be on and have part in the dcvotion- 'Ogram. 10:00 o'clock is the time al p hour At — eleven; o"clo<-k the cr.oir will rend r a special anthem and the past<r will preach on "Euihiisiaa- tic J eligion,^- Thl 7:00 part At nish in thl teresj will t f. P. S. C. B. will meet at p. m. All groups will have |in this meeting. 8:00 ji. m. Miss Hertha Cor- wlll tfell of her experiences p Philippines. She has an in- ing story.and all who come ... pe welMrepaid. ' Neit week' is Passion W^eck." The Churcih of God. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. ! Evening service. 7:15 p. ni. Mid-week prayer service Thurs-; day evening. • - ' Elder Geo. Smith of Fort Scott, i Kans.. one of tlie editorial staft of: the I Church Herald and iHolincss Banner, will lecture three nights,; April 19. 20, 21. at the ' church. Please keep this an open dale. I'lan ! to bear him. Yoii .cannot jafford \ to ralFs bearing him. Thlsi is ai treat to all Icda. ills «-leariscrip-1 tiiral teaching will be pro(iti|bIo IO| .. , "iall who ari! fortunate ciicnigh to i diana, that Jula Car, who is rc-j^^..,^ H_ y„„ wel.omo. ' ! lated to the Prcstous, had dfcd March 2« at her sister's in C;ili- fornia. .She was married but had no children. ONLY AKt:0 OF RUM (By Hattic Gullett for the Wonian'.-* ' Christian Temperance Union) A little blue eyed maiden, very thinly clad ! Stepped into a Joint, she looked so cold aiid sad. • The man at the bar.thought of his own little girl that was dead For they say when a drunkard is sober I Sad thoughts do enter his head. Oh, Mister, we arc( very poor, we ^ have no friends no home. .Ma says all pa's mo^ey' is here in a keg of rum. Our baby, my brother; is dying For want of fire and bread. We soon will be out of shelter To cover the babies liead. • Oh, Mister barkeeper, won't you please. ! Open that keg of runs, ' And let me have sdme ol pa's money To take to ma at home? Thc< man at the bar off red- a prayer , ; As only, a sinner lean, and frc m that Hifu.r he was a phangefl m< n. And God has s&i^ In hl$ wli ilom , "A iltUe; child shall lead th^." •X, HACKETT. The Hahatlon Anuy 220 W; Madison i Captain R. K. TIbbc-tts . Officer In charge Sunday. April 10. 1927. Schedule ot meetings ard as follows: ' ! •, Citadel Sunday ' -i 2::!0p. m.—Company meeting. '1:00 p. m.-^Young Peoples L( -1 gidn. 7:15 p. m.—Open Air. 8:00p. in,—Salvatjon meeting. Thursday 7:15 p.m.—Open Air. 8:00 p. m.—Meeting. SaturUay 7:15 p.;m.—Open Air. 8:00 p.'in.—Salvation meeting'/ j Outpost 3 South Kentucky Sunday ' : 10:00 a. m.—Company meeting. Wednesday i . ^ 8:00 p.m.—Salvation meetlnj^ Friday . | ' i 8:00 p. m.—Salvation meeting. Win. Booth, the founde^r of| the Salivation Army, was born, April; 10,'1829, Sunday being the 98th .anniyemary. of his birth. "Our doors aro open to He." ' "Read the Way Cry." Dame me FasHioH ^dys: No that, youi* pressed—< mcitterhow good the apparel be clean alttractive. ' To lod garments your ready for "Clean Attractive CWthes for Easter" tWe k your best on ^ai-ly. Now is clothes for spring and wear—^leari«i and style it is necessaiy at all times — well Easter send us your time to look over ' have them made pressed. FTrat Methlodlat. Baptist ank Pres* byteriaa Cliurches will unit^ in obr serving this week. The meetings will be held : In' the Presbyterian Church etach evening ati 8:00 o'clock. fThp three pastors wiU preach a^ follows: Monday evening. Dr. Mathis, Tuesday evening^ Rev. C. L Coldsmith, Wednesday: evening. Dr. Sowcrby, Thursday evening Rev. Coldsmith, ,Pfiday evening. Dr. Sowerby- There' will be good mnsic and the'pnUic is cordially invited to attend every* service. • — . H. G. MATHIS. Pastor. KELIJEY — MONDAY The Chnrch of the United Bretbem In Christ. > \ E. N. Montgomery. Pastor. Sunday School at 9:45.' If you are a member of this scbobl iwili you plan to be precfent. if not .-a member, will you come and Join us lin the study of the word Of life. Preaching at eleveii o'clock. Subject. "Well Digging." • juniors meet at 2:30. Intermediates meet at 7 o'clock. Seniors meet at 7 o'clock. Miss Edrie Layne, the girl Evangelist will Bpeak at 8 p. m. Subject, "Tbe Triumphant Entry of Jesus Into Jeruselam. ; ; The Rev.^ Miss Layne will speak at this church each evening during the week. \ ' and TUE^AY Wkat J»es tht e^k.b»eb s*j about making com cakfF "Hie botcn eggs and milk mast be added totbe meal a liltle- tl < time to preveot iumping while mixing. - A natter <if cootcoll By roasting coffee a lew poaxd's ai a time. H3b Bits, cxrntrol the process at al) staw devriop an u*- .Moal' unifonii flaw. you will come for more Hills Bros Coffee IRRESISTIBLE I That's^the word that describes pills Bros.'Goffec Your taste always clamors for more of that matchless flavor—so rich and genuine^ which only Hills Bros.' patented process of Confrolled Roasting can produce, T(|)day, more than ever before, is Hill? Bros. Coffee preferred by the great western'empire. Ask for it by name and look for the Arab oii the can. Send for free booklet, *?The Art of Entertaining." Address Hills. Bros., 2525 Southwest Boulevard, Kanks City, Missouri. HILLS BI^^ COFFEE Treih from the original vacuum pack. E *silf 9p*utd with a kegf Hiilsi^Br:^ \ 01927 ams in- At Hughes On tIie?lorth side Square* ^ Sliced Bacon In 5-lb. boxes at .J. i ..zAhc per Ih. Best shankleM Picnic shonlders 20c pter ih. Good Baeen, in chnnk —--25c per IK Cempennd 15c per lb. Good FPWh Hambarger -1 -15c iwti |b. Fresh Pork shoalder.Hliced ' -.8.V;.p«r lb. Baby Beef Steak 25 «itd 30o per lb. Congre».K So. i¥t Peaches —_ J SO C ^ LibbjrNi Yellow Cllnfr Peaches, In heavy symp 2)4.-88e can Oeway SngiirConi»'?ie.2 — — S cans for 25c , Hciiiz's ttven Based fie&ns with Pork and Tomato Sance ' ! .No. 2 - - H- 10c can; iWInesap-Apples lb. • ' TaifCamp's Vp^ updiB^ans, Jio. 2 . i.—lOc can jFoIffei** Golden Gale Coffee, 1-lb. ran ^ L. L__55c Hed Welf Ceffee, Mb. can -f. i L -L -45C 5o. 1 Bed Blver Ohio Potatoc<( per bnsbel ——„.:..:__J .$1.70 Extra line irineMp AppIM, jer basket „^ -f &K KTERHTHING IX FBESH FRFIT ASD TEGET.VBJ,ES , AT ALLTHTES. , iry et • / Use Tear :Teleplia^e—Ve9 ]rifTer. J.4K^ KITEH3U' J ; ^ ' rLAM l^CK

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