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Moberly Monitor-Index (Newspaper) - September 30, 1939, Moberly, Missouri PAGE FOUR AND DEMOCRAT MOBERLY MO SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 30 1939 Moberly And Evening Democrat MONITOR Estab Estab 1010 Member ft Associated The Associated Press la exclusively entitled to the uso for of all new? dispatches credited f u otherwise credited in this pa MM ami also the loral news herein All rights of of special dispatches in art also reserved TODD and Gen W T VAN Vice- President J VAN Treasurer by Index Ptg Co St Moberly at Post Office at Missouri Second Class Mutter In By carrier a week copy By In 1 Yr 0 Mog 3 Moa 1 Mo fiC Adjoining 1 Yr 6 Moa 3 Mos 1 Mo 50 1 Yr 0 Moa 3 Mos I Mo W Momber of the Bureau of Circulation Inc Ave New York ISO North Ave more Ave Kansas City Mo Insurance St Louis Mo on I THE Send for a Wall Journal lot and nil P I N US H 1 I N A N f I AT The of Sn Broad St Vork N T Feel Treated Scientifically At a Fee You Can Afford to Pay DR KAISER 401 Reed St Phone by Hoard of Hard to Make Both Ends Just Get a HOME FINANCE LOAN Simple to Entirely Con- Easy Monthly ments ITou pay only per on the u Id balance Home Finance Corp Phone 314 Fifth Phone Telephone 322 today let us get your suit and coat ready for fall and winter Look your best always It DRY CLEANING CO 545 West Coates St Everyone Knows tbat good eyesight is priceless No one can put a value on it but all recognize that its im- pairment can seriously power Can even sen the pleasure of living lr your eyes are failing heed warning now Come to for examination by a skilled optometrist whom you can re- ly upon to advise you honestly Cash Terms Dr C 0 Browning Optometrist Now in Charge of the Optical Department of the PROFFITT STOKE GOOD EYESIGHT Manufacturers Tax Boosted Continued from page 1 Huntsville Times Publishing Com- pany to Changes Made Here Moberly sessions Standard Oil bulk plant at Jacksonville to Lynch Feed Store to Camp berly to Hedge Grove Tourist Camp to Jett Service Station to Myers Service Station to Koch Station to Old Allen Ice Cream to Pig and Bun to mers and Hammons Junk Yard to Missouri Culvert and Pipe Co to R O Adams Service Station to An- drews Auto Store to 000 Bell Junk Yard to Cities Service Oil Co to Continental Oil Co to Cook Paint and Varnish to Croft Machine Shops to Daly's ket to Dunlop Tire and Rubber Co to Eisenhauer Tin Shop to Flayhan Grocery to Forney Furniture Co to B F Goodrich and to Lakes Service Station to Guild Motor Co to Mrs R M Johnston 200 to Jones Drug Store to Kroger West Reed to Leach's Ready-to-Wear to Mary's Station to Miller to souri Petroleum Co to Moberly Ice Cream Co to Moberly Motor Company to Montgomery Ward and Co to Noel Feed and to Ohio Oil Company to Pagett Motor Co to Palmer Grocery to Payton Grocery to Phillips Petroleum Co 950 to L B Price cantile Co to dolph Dairy to Red Eagle Oil Company to Reed's Drug Store to Reibel Motor Co to Riley Motor Company to Shell Oil Com- pany to Roberts Shoe Shop to Motor Company to Singer Sewing Machine Co ing to Skelly Oil Company bulk plant to Standard Oil bulk plant to Stark's Cut Rate Drug Stauffer Roofing Company to Tallen Candy Co to Tailoring to Tuggle Fox to Wegener Sales Co to Kress Co to F W Woolworth Co to North Missouri Oil Co to Western Malt and Milling Co nothing to Moberly Message to Randolph Dairy to Tallen Bottling Works to Mrs Veda Colvin Dies This Morning Funeral Monday Mrs Albert R Veda Colvin 59 died at 2 o'clock this morning at McCormick She had been ill about six weeks Mrs Colvin had lived in ly since 1921 when she came here from Brookfield She was a ber of the Fourth Street dist Church the Order the Eastern Star a past high ess of White Shrine No 11 ber of the and of Siler Camp 8006 and of Past Priestesses and Past Watchmen of Shepherds Club She is survived by her husband one daughter Mrs Gilbert Dowdy one grandson Jimmy Dowdy one Glen Hicks of Winona two sisters Mrs W R Keithley Moberly and Mrs G S Davis Adrian three brothers J B Calhoun of Henrietta Okla Vale Calhoun Loyalton Cal and George A Calhoun Schenectady and a number of nieces and nephews The body was taken today to the residence at 409 West Burkhart street Funeral services will bfc conducted at the Fourth Street Methodist Church at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon by the Rev B V Powell pastor Burial will be in Cemetery under auspices of the Eastern Star Want to buy something Make it known with a Want Ad Call 125 It Will Pay You Use FERTILIZER Paint Get Our Prices Before You Buy DELIVER 48 Ibs hard wheat 51 25 Don't be afraid to make food Cake Hot Ligh trolls etc Satisfaction Guaranteed 824 Clark Phone 1900 CULTURE CLUB RESUMES MEETINGS Mrs W A Shepherd was ess yesterday afternoon at the first fall meeting of Culture Club in the Business and Professional Women's Club rooms Mrs Melvin Lewis president opened the ing with the club collect and the salute to the flag Program ers were Mrs Herbert Fox and Mrs L K Hudson Mrs Fox read a paper on How to Get Things stating If there is any way to deal with things to be done more easily it would be a relief but as it is most of us live our days with strain We move about under sure frustrated by the mass of never end Is it any that the feeling of fatigue is the most common of all sensa- tions There are four means by which we can accomplish things the four great M's methods mechanism motives and manners A life method is an way of doing planning The architect plans the builder follows Mechanism is a device to save time and energy A motive Is a driving force like electricity Instead of getting work done more efficiently we seem to be more trouble than ever Nervous breakdown heart failures are on the increase What is wrong? The real trouble lies in our misunderstanding of where the of successful effort begins Those on the road to failure are the time wasters the put offers the beggars of life and those who start a job and never finish callec The closer we draw to nature in our undertakings the greater will be the ease and much joy derived she con eluded Mrs Hudson's subject was Oui Inventive said Mrs Hudson is an inventive per son and of all the nationalities oJ men Americans without a doubt are the most inventive Thomas A Edison the greatest inventor in the world's history said that inven tive genius is two percent inspi ration and 98 percent Progress of invention is very great In the Bible there appear the phrase There is no new thing under the sun The United State patent office officials in 1846 had nearly the same idea for in that year half their small force was dismissed because it was believed everything had been patented that could be invented But patents are increasing rapidly at the rate of a year Edison began his career as a newsboy on the Grand Trunk Railroad and he fitted up a small laboratory in the baggage car This was ended when he turned over a bottle of phosphorus which set fire to the car One of our most recent inventors is a man who invented a snap fastener for gloves and in one year paid the Government 000 income tax The inventor of the dime savings bank became so wealthy he did not have to bother the dimes Among oddities are a small electric fan to cool soup a slot machine for selling fishing worms strangest of all a keyhole for inebriates with a nel to guide the key to the Mrs M H Sullivan reported on Press stating that in a recent national contest Missouri was marked as one of the three outstanding competitors for the press work of clubs The newspaper is one of the greatest educators of the times she said adding It is a book a pulpit a platform and a forum all in one The newspaper is the history for one day of the world in which we live it is the people's university During a social hour Section one served refreshments Mrs M G Davis and Mrs O K Lenhart were the only members not present at yesterday's meeting Both are ill SOCIAL CALENDAR MRS MAYES GUEST AT MACON BREAKFAST Mrs Ralph Mayes will go to Macon tomorrow morning where she will be a guest at an o'clock breakfast at the son Hotel in honor of Miss Pearl Winters a prospective bride Miss Winters a reporter for the con will be married early in to Cle ment Craig of Macon Miss Winters is in Moberly especially to members of the Business and Womens Club Mrs Mayes is the former Miss Jo Stipe of Macon and a close friend of Miss ters STAIGER HOSTESS TO JOLLY CLUB Mrs Will Staiger was hostess yesterday afternoon to Jolly time Pinochle Club at the home of her mother Mrs Will gel 1112 Myra street Mrs gel and Mrs Edgar Staiger were guesta Mrs Victor Hutchinson was highest scorer and Mrs Ervin Lewis scored low at pinochle games After the games Mrs Staiger served refreshments The club will meet October 13 with Mrs H E Walker at her home 913 Myra street JITTERBUG WITH TANNY HILL Jitterbug Club met yesterday in the home of Tanny Hill on West Rollins street The group a business session after which the hostess served ments The time and place of the next meeting will be decided and an- later ADDITIONAL GUESTS AT SHOWER PARTY Mr and Mrs Charles Miles and Mr and Mrs George Jones were at a shower party day given for Mrs Murle Shumate a recent bride j The Study Club will not meet j Monday October 3 but will meet instead on Monday October 16 with Mrs C W Cornn and Mrs J Maddox as program leaders j Randolph County Women's Democratic Club will meet at o'clock tonight on Jones Balcony j j G I A Auxiliary will meet 2 o'clock Monday afternoon j in S B A Hall i 500 Club will meet day night with Mr and Mrs Ben Wilier North Fourth street Delvers Junior Study Club i will have o'clock dinner Monday night at Hart's Cafe New Deal -500 Club will meet Monday night with Mr and Mrs Will Hellensmith Concannon street East T A will meet it o'clock Monday night with the hospitality committee cor this meeting being Mrs Theodore Skinner Mrs Dayton Mrs Herman Program will be on health The club rooms of the ness and Professional Club will be open Monday night for members who wish to drop In to read talk listen to radio or rest Mrs O A Thompson and Miss Nell Young will be hostesses South Park P T A will meet at o'clock Monday after- noon at the school The fifth section of Women's Council of Central Christian church will meet at o'clock Monday night in the home of Mrs Chester Findley 512 South Fifth street with Mrs Ronald Windsor L A HONORED AT SURPRISE A group of friends of Mr Mrs L A Agniel whose riage was recently announced honored them last night with a covered dish supper and party at their home 904 West End place The affair was a surprise to Mr and Mrs Agniel After the supper was served the group played cards with Mrs H E Walker and Mrs E B Keen winning high score prizes The couple were presented with a wedding gift from the group and gifts were sent to them by Mr and Mrs Charles Foster Mr and Mrs Will Sandford Mrs Minnie Foster and Miss Walker Those honoring Mr and Mrs Agniel were Mr and Mrs John Mr and Mrs Matthews Mr and Mrs Law Stringer Mr and Mrs E B Keen Mr and Mrs Rex Keen Mr and Mrs Chas Frail Mrs H E Walker Mrs Ben Owens Mrs Anna Staiger Mrs Susie Brawley and J H kins HOSTESS AT HOME BOARD LUNCHEON Mrs C O Poore state dent of the Kings Daughters en- members of the Home Board at a luncheon at her home on Benson street Wednesday Mrs Troy Miller state secretary Mrs Arthur McCully and Mrs J H Jaeger board members were assistant hostesses Mrs P R Holmes of Mexico formerly of over a short business session ing the luncheon At that time an outline of the state tion program was given The convention will be in Hannibal October 23 24 and 25 Other members of the board at the luncheon were Mrs Jack Taylor of Columbia Mrs Charles Squires Mrs Robert Crews Mrs W L Davenport Mrs W B Peeler and Mrs C P Arnold of Mejico BOZO CLUB BEGINS SCHOOL YEAR MEETING The first regular meeting of the Bozo Club was held at the recreation room at Junior Col- lege Thursday night Club cers are William Eddings dent Randolph vice- Louise Stewart tary Richard Britt treasurer and Miss Esther Adams faculty sponsor A business meeting was lowed by a social The next meeting will be Thursday night October 5 when plans will be made for a club Hallowe'en party to be held October 19 n Makes Report On Convention To Rural Carriers FRIENDLY CIRCLE MEETS WITH MRS ANDREWS Mrs Joe Andrews was hostes last night to Friendly Circle at her home on Union avenue with all members present The was opened by the president Mrs B R Hayden and the repeated the Lord's er After a short business session the club sang the theme song Blest Be the Tie Roll call was answered by each member ing which month she likes best and why Games were played and prizes awarded Keeper gifts were ex- changed and the hostess received a bath towel shower Mrs An- drews served refreshments A gift received by Mrs C W pel caused much hilarity It was a lantern which was red on one side and green on the other Members called it her stop and go lantern The next meeting will be tober 20 with Mrs J W wards on Franklin avenue There will be a grab bag for which each member has drawn a name Mrs Edwards will be given a shower of pillow slips ART LITERATURE CRAFT BEGINS NEW SEASON Art Literature and Craft Club members heard talks on a tist a philosopher and a alist and a book review day afternoon at its first ing of the new club season in the home of Mrs James Wight east of Moberly Mrs Frank Meyers was gram leader and introduced Mrs Carl Beck who talked about an essay written by the W H Hudson Mrs ter A Bradley who told of a contemporary philosopher J S Mill and rMs Emmett Connors who had the famous naturalist Carl as her subject Mrs Daniel Forney was the book re- viewer giving a synopsis of Boris Stalin After the lesson program Mrs Charles Mileham conducted a word study A social hour followed the gram and Mrs Wight served re- The club will have its second meeting October 13 in the home of Mrs Forney 824 South Fifth street TWIN SISTERS PARTY HONOREES Mrs Mike and Miss Mary Wright twin sisters were honored last night by a group of friends at a dinner party at the Alamo The dinner was served at 7 o'clock from a table tered with a large decorated and candle lighted birthday cake with the names Mary and Martha on it The group honoring the sisters were Mrs Bub Hulen Mrs ard Hulen Mrs Stanley Fowler Mrs Allen Blah ley Miss Mabel Boyer Miss Viola Lewis and Wilma Minor JACKSONVILLE Sept 30 Walter Buchanan county dent and national delegate and Herbert Martin gave reports on the national convention at a meeting last night of the dolph County Rural Letter riers Association held at sonville The session the regular quarterly of the group The meeting opened with an introduction of W F Bamman Jacksonville postmaster who acted as toastmaster for the meeting by Sam Shoffner rier at Jacksonville The program Piano solo The Robin's Re- Bamman talk the Rev Wm A McMillan cordion solo Billy Lovell talk My Trip to Ned Hutton vocal solo The est Story Ever Mrs more Brown readings ing for Mother and She ders Her Mrs H B Shoffner questions and answers discussed by carriers talk My Trip to the National tion Mr Buchanan Carriers and their families present and Mrs J W Winn Mr and Mrs Roy L den Mrs Grace Dougherty Huntsville Sterling H by Mr and Mrs George Lumb Mr Mrs C J Howard Frank W Raine Ward Dennis Mr and Mrs Dt S Moberly C Buchanan Mr and Mrs Roy S Gutekunst Mr and Mrs R A Burton Mr and Mrs Herbert Martin Clark Mr and Mrs Frank Ornburn and children Eldred and Elmo Cairo Mr and Mrs L H McKinney C J Robinson Mrs Belle Hannah Mr and Mrs W P Sanders Mr and Mrs Ned Hutton Clifton Hill Mr and Mrs Paul Essig Mr and Mrs George V Hill and daughters Mildred and Mary Jacksonville W F man and daughter Dorothy and son Gene Mr and Mrs S W Shoffner Mr and Mrs H Shoffner Mr and Mrs S B Brown Mr and Mrs T M For- rest Mr and Mrs Irvin Other guests Mrs A D Lovell and son Billy Huntsville Mr and Mrs Wm A McMillan Mr and Mrs Elmore Brown The served dinner ta over 100 persons TRAGEDY WRITTEN ON THE HUMAN FACE 1 WIN f i i t To judge by the expressions of these women residents of somewhere in war has brought thing but happiness into their UveS They are shown after returning to view their homes in some village AP from Paramount HAVE A MAP OF EUROPE TODAY? NORWAY i- r GERMANY Here's how the map of Europe looks alter the Russo-German partition agreement Germany swollen by previous gains now will have a common frontier with the Soviet and of course more Hving it's nothing new for Poland This is her fourth wid Prussia partitioned her twice before Russia Prussia and Austria once BROTHER OF WOMEN HAS OPERATION STURGEON Mo Sept Ira E Roberts well-known er living south of Sturgeon was Wednesday to Columbia where he underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Boone County Hospital His con- dition is thought to be tory Mr Roberts is a brother of Mrs M B Jacks and Mrs Fred Willis of Moberly Frank W Harmon Dies Here at 60 Funeral Monday Frank W Harmon 60 died at o'clock this morning at fhis home 1224 Franklin street He had been ill about ten days of bronchial pneumonia Mr Harmon was a native of Moberly born here February 4 1879 and had lived his entire life here He had been employed for 36 years as a hostler for the Wabash Railroad here and was a member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen He is survived by a brother Fred Harmon and a sister Miss Mai tie Harmon all of Moberly Funeral services will be con- ducted at the residence at o'clock Monday afternoon Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery NOTES WOODLAND Mrs Mary Virginia Osborn admitted yesterday An daughter born at o'clock this morning by Caesarian operation to Mr and Mrs Joe Calvert 920 South liams street Russell Patrick Paris admitted and operated on this morning Mrs Frank Barker route I1 Huntsville operated on this C H Slusher Fulton dismissed ing Too Late To Classify BIGHT room modern house 823 South Williams Apply 315 North Williams ORDER OF EASTERN STAR Called meeting of Randolph Chapter No 150 at MASONIC TEMPLE MONO A OCTOBER 2 1 P M for the purpose of attending the funeral of Sister Colvin Ernm Xander Worthy Matron P Merrill S.ec'y Week Only We will present a cosmetic containing the necessities for skin loveliness FREE with the chase of our finest Lanolin Oil Permanent Wave known for its wonderful reconditioning qualities at the exceptionally low price of FREE with Permanent one item of Boyer Cosmetics THREE SISTERS BEAUTY SHOP 534 W Reed 2423 LOW WEEK END RATES St Louis AND RETURN Kansas City AND RETURN U for all today McCORMieK Mrs Margin Bailey Madison op- on yesterday Robert Daiprai son of Mr and Mrs Benny Daiprai Higbee ad- mitted and operated on this BETTER TRUST G O SENATOR TAFT ARGUES VIENNA 111 Sept 30 Senator Robert A Taft of Ohio said today that Americans ing to remain at peace after 1940 had belter trust the of their foreign policy i the Republicans In an address composed for Republican rally aligned himself against J for an adjournment of politics the face of the European crisis Mystery Serial Frances Shelley Wees STARTS OCTOBER 7 IN THIS PAPER PALM OIL PERMANENT Value Complete Shampoo Rinse Finger Wave Neck Trim set any way you desire Other Machine and from to Our Work Is Guaranteed This Is Not a School Phone 138 MODERNISTIC BEAUTY SALON W Kept npd Oct limited to Leave St Louis not later than U First day following or sale Leave Kansas City not later than PM First Monday following date of sale In or only Ask Ticket for FURS mM A Thrilling Collection Of Quality FURS AN EXCLUSIVE STYLE FDR EVERY INDIVIDUAL j f Wednesday Oci 4 jM Mrs R H Johnston ONE DAY ONLY o
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