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   Emporia Weekly Gazette, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1927, Emporia, Kansas                                KMPOHIA KAflflAB THURSDAY OCTOBER 30 1937 YEARS AGO J of Bmpona i WKUNKSDAT EMPOBIAS COLORED The Crisis is a magazine which calli itself a record of the darker It is edited by w E Burg hardt Du Sola It is published New York In recent number uuitvtrurr of correspondent for The Crisis com OoUtfi ei ments pleasantly upon how Em member of ftctwo Mr Hutcherson writes to The Crisis commending the Y f meeting of the teawn of M C A for taking the Negro boys bdSJ under thelr he com and Maude Decamp The ofi rnents upon the fact that the Negro tlMS Y M C A Bertht Dunlap Tlie that the father and Son baB ttfwta qU C0l01etl men and tneif Tbe uw October model Edison talkinc machlna U offend lor at Rlcken for down and 11 a week for n The machine bu a nolteleu motor new larw jorn black with jilt ttripet and nicjtieplated cram The Victor talk machine with the which supports the horn ii offered at down Ricters has been held in the building for five adds year civic club of Emporia cooperates with the Y M C A In sending a group of underprivileged to the state Y M boys camp and a man who nothing taikTnf years they have included the oil comply mi year of tnc more itoeUioiden have doSited were Mr Hutcher son comments on the fact that Em poria has a Klavern of the Klan but remarks that in spite of that thete has neither been an earth quake or a falling of the stars in Emporia because the people are fair to their colored neighbors and friends Tho problem of two races in the same country hi which neither race is a servile race and in which Fertac Burton who hai been the juetfot J T for the past 10 daji Mturnea today to her homt In Jop Jennie Williams or New York City l fiwit of Ulu Catherine Among the alumni rliltlng at col lege are JCafy Kepner Jeu Lamb 8 A Altman George Anderson Jeu Ezutle Laura Mathli Harvey a Chester Dudley Howard Kerr Wilbur Cunning ham Pauline Sleeth Cyrue Lattln and Clara Bennett A party consisting of R J Blue W 0 Snoddy nelson King and Gladys Jones viMMja ijwuca tit and Helen Lockwood neither race desires the other to be a servile race and in which both races desire the full privileges of citizenship is a serious problem It is bound to bring clashes and cruel hardships and heartbreak The problem in America is difficult of solution but it can be solved It cannot be solved so much by legis lation as by family training by precept and example of the elders NUMBER 12 Santa Fe Has Largest Harvey Hotel on System on toe Vernon Horncr editor of The Normal Bulletin hai resigned bis position on the staff THUMWAT The Normal dropped its second game to Wnshburn at Topeka Saturday with a score of 18 to 0 were On the Normal team Owens HonsKa Appletred Wal dorf Mulvaney Burton Freeland Camp bell Roarke Isaacs and Harass Mrs Marion Stratton Nation president of the W R has returned child that no human beinff is eood from Eureka where she attended the dls Or bad h trtct meeting of the G A R Speeches D8a were made by Senator Chester ln Long Commander Campbell Congressman Mur doct and Miller and W R Stubbs The College football team went to Ot tawa this morning in as good condition as a team can be without a coach The Thesaurus club met Tuesday aft ernoon with Mrs J D Eastln Mrs Bate and Mrs Lutt cave reviews of English history and Mrs Wlblcy gave current events Papers were read by Mrs Swan and Mrs Reward The members present were Mesdames O DSwan Wiblcy O J3 Geward McCnndliss Anna Bate Charles Harris P A Lutt J D Eastln Miss Mary Herbert Mrs Howard Dunlap will go to Kansas City tomorrow to visit with friends and relatives The Literary League met with Mrs M T Calkins Tuesday afternoon Mrs R H Jaquith Is spending a wee In Junction City the ol Mrs H Harkncsff their children To teach a r i reason of color or social position or economic status is the only sure foundation of a de mocracy It all depends upon the o mount of Christianity there is in the heart of the average man and woman how and when this problem will be solved DEAN WALKER The tragic death of Dean Walker at the University of Kansas Mon day morning was a distinct loss to the state of Kansas No other man in the state had done so much for the welfare of his fellowmcn as w Dean Walker Possessed with a fine se mind unlimited energy Dear rado Miss Eva Morse will spend the winter with her sister Carolyn Florence Loy and Hettic Mul the de Je hi ie count and his work will Uve long after he has gone An addition to the La Fenda jotel the Fred Harvey hotel at Santa Fe N will make it the argest hotel on the Santa Fe sys em The addition will triple the capacity of the present building which has 55 guest rooms besides a large diningroom and a lunch room Work has begun on the new hotel which will be completed In June 1928 The kitchen of the La Fonda recently was remodeled at u cost of according to J M McConnell general passenger agent for the Santa Pe The new building will be of Span ishPueblo type finished in fawn jolored stucco in keeping with the i be used earth colors of adobe architecture A large patio with the floor ot natural stone flagging will be a feature A Spanish fountain mid a gay fireplace of Mexican tiles will PERSONAL DEVILS j TAXES AXJ THIXGS The other day over in Missouri i The time for paying the first in n preacher was arrested on a statu1 Bailment ot the 1937 taxes is nearly lory charge presented against and thc people who go to the county treasurers office will ex press varied feelings as they per s follow ing editorial frcm Thc Christian Science Monitor may help some of great believer In morality and had the property owners pay their bills much to say abou wickedness i m cheerfully or it The suoject ot axes m their varied I echool city county fttate Speaking broad and allowing government one which In con fer n rwtjiln fow nntoKio avrwii tamiy beforethe public and which ipr R cenam lew excepj Ior ho molt patt fteifslca ftoai tae Uons whenever a man gets into i of enforced duty the aver by the father of a 14yearold girl I Thepreacher recently was the offif0rm cial head of the Ku Klux Klan or gannatlon in his county was today who an im the business of controlling the morI als of anyone except himself he j pie in ttw w has a very plain psychopathic case j of suppressed desire nothing more jot something it wraVttmUd more end nothing loss And this goes for women too It is a fact of human nature that be our be accounted a or both How often may ws the wayfrom thc casual conversation to the i pulille speech crrtain taxes ducuued aa we HKe to reiorm In Others our OWn j exorbitant unjust or even outrageous secret and suppressed vices NothI lllg galls men nnd Women Who j this opposite Mtie has not far more la its are burned with lusts so much Jiuv to see others enjoying what he and fmpirrssert she have denied for themselves l favor that Is conmmendttnie tlmn that which we have become overly Ufc of the taxM which have been and lire being pnid KC huvc our paved slraets and ylclewallts running watr fire protection pcllea protection street lights public bulMintfs and plHygrounds many kinds of charitable in stitutions good country road last RICE LAND IN KANSAS Prom The Drovers Telegram There is more than enough suit able rice land in southeast Kansas to grow all the rice now produced Jn the United States Strangely enough the vast flat plains stretch ing so far as the eye can see ie along and between some of the uorst flooddevastated streams tn the United States To lift the water from the streams and dis tribute to rice fields in these flat lands would be easy and compara tively inexpensive The trouble would be that ths average summer flow of these streams would not be sufficient to irrigate more than a fraction of the suitable land if planted to rice Water is as indispensable to suc cessful rice growing as seed If enough oi the flood waters of thc Arkansas river system in Kan sas could be stored to prevent de structive overflows and could bs back to thc streams for use WE SCRATCH GRAVEL The Kansas City Post and The Kansas City Star have withdrawn their mail editions from carrier cir culation in Emporia As a result the task of supplying the days tews to the reders in this territory Horn Howard to Council Grove and from Elmdale to Burlington reste entirely with The Gazette The Kansas City papers took off their mail because they did not pay They did not pay because The Gazette gave the people a Cotter paper than the Kansas City papers They were for the most part filled with grapevine news items with no time news that was interesting only given in email doses The Gazette has been equipping to cover its field for many years Its press equipment is adequate and it has the machinery for taking care of the steady growth which has come since the war The news end of the paper has expanded plrsi came The Associated Press leased OUR END OF IT Yesterday wrote to us to know ill 11 tempts him otherwise he would ot iiviiir which prevailed in the puzzled utn f mlr comparison uiue intention to it Thc Ku ciunild helu us tn rennrrt the payment ot Klux Klan furnished a steam outlet DONT ROCK THE BOAT Recently The Gazette printed an editorial about the futility ot thc farmer attempting to secure better L prices for his produce underescazet c thc SoT the suppressed sex desires or tirnating his yield The editorial ut in tnc prizes tuts thousands and hundreds of thou pointed out that such an attempt I JCar and added if you thought of poor tormented it was a good thing to have a lnen and mnde a vlr lovely town why did you spent nntue out of abstinence rather than other thousand on that ugly score tnc curbing of their desires board nnd opposing professional paui was decply wisc he football ns you do why do you said that thc greatest of these is spend money getting out a football charity and a wiser man even edition after the regular edition than Paul snid Judge not lest ye It all comes down to this It be not takes all kinds of people to make when a man a town and one kind of Rpople reveals himself have Just ns much right in thc Hence It often happens that the reformer falls in his own pit by constantly thinking about what a good time the others are having He lashes himself with enforced rectitude until he is unable to resist thc devil within him Whenever you see or hear a man Trlll would be difficult to ail the mft derived trom taxation which the I gencrnl public enjoys loclny But some of their fnrrinchlnft Influsnnn for be had liy imneinini for a mmnent wliot our conditions of living would be ullhoiit nil these things How many of us would prrfr to disperse with them entirely anil return to the primitive but by no means Irnsi excellent city and country schools And tn Uils Jong could be added ftnother Inciudtug mart cSpslrnbie and necessary provisions thongil perhaps these would be Ks noticeable abai h Ule bewailing and you may know as surely as night follows day that this is thc particular vice which during the growing season Kansas c leosea touid easily develop a large and i lhen enlarged service by profitable industrv eJectric Printing machines profitable rice industry This crop is exactly suited to th3 climate of south Kansas Rice is m more a tropical or subtropical crop than is corn So far as climate is the of the K u engineering ls far is homo ot Miss Loy in honor of Miss Sayre school Dean Walker raised his deconccrned both may grow to per who win leave soon for her new home m partment on a plane that few other fcction wel1 UP Into Canada Ar aiiiornia Those present were MUscs in the mlddle west have I Kansas grows more and better rice As an njcrmrt nn io he ncre than Louisiana or Tex Howeii Maud Hamilton Morrison Day achieved As an expert on water Lon Parker Mr and Mrs Morton Sayre PKIIJAt problems for dozens of Kan sas communities rendering a service that brought comfort into the homes of thousands During the World war Dean Walker carried on Thc Current club met Tuesday evening the eood wnrlc IIP rii with 1 T Burton Hcv H J Whitby I he dl w ron cv y j rend a paper on and j an aS a colonel in the army he Members of the club arc L J Buck j gave his talents to help Win thc help Win thc nicn in Kansas have made towtner L B Ksiiogg D K Longentcksuch a record in their life and er P Newman ii E Peach a M throughout his career Dean Walker wss u kiimiy unselfish man He will be missed at K U and all over the state Always he will be remem bered as thc man who knew how to do things and did them for the de sire to be helpful rather than for T Burton D A Ellsworth H Dunlap J conflict W Olotfcltcr C D Graves R M Hamcr J M Hill T M idcn w o Jones L A uroadcs Alva Smith J M Stcelc W Parker H J Whltby W A White Nor man Triplett A s Newman W B Irwm L C Wooster W W Finney J H J Rice J H Frith r Ifugglns A Mcckcl w L Mr and Mrs J U Klock arc visiting In Emporia Mr Klock formerly was superintendent of thc Emporia schools and county superintendent of Lyon coun ty He is now principal or thc New Hampshire Stnlc Normal school Wlnfleld claims to be an uptodate town because It hus 12 autos If this ran be used as a basis from which to figure Emporia Is three times as citified at Wlntleld Louis Hang will jo to tomorrow gain Whcldon The bridcsmands were Miss Gay Shepherd ol Kansas City Miss Mar Barct Clnrkc of Bait Lake City Ulalr Miss Josephine Whcldon of Springfield Ohio Miss Gladys Rlggs Miss Edna wil Louisiana or Tex as and Missouri surpasses Arkan sas The best Missouri rice Is grown in the northeastern part of Ihe state Louisiana and Texas av erage a little more than 30 bushels of rdugh rice an acre while Mis souri makes 50 bushels or over Rough rice averages one year with another abnut a bushel on the market Kansas lands We arc net crowing just scratch ing a little gravel yields or would gross an acrs Outside of the matter of watering P rice crop is handler in nil respects like wheat or onts While rice crops use lots of water there are him t through the KiwanU at pumped and distributed for S5 to Seventeen in Clinic Seventeen prcschool children would orly result in market fluctua tions utlmately bringing depression Depression is nlways caused by over produi jn When any condition arises to make people think there is a scarcity prices advance Inverse ly when prices advance people be lieve there is a scarcity but even if they dont everybody immediately jumps in and attempts to ad vantage of a bullish market From The Kansas City Kansan we clip this chunk of wisdom and if the country as a whole could digest it Uncle Sam would grow fat A good deal is being said by growers and In the news about thc fact that a lew steers sold at thc Kansas City last week at a hundred and some town as the other kind of people People who love flowers people who love a good snappy ball game people who like to read about foot City Schnoln Grov Sixty more HUHlls wcri rppplvi from the slnmipoinl of appreciation olten there Rurpea within thc heart of every man Hie desire to be of service to his neighbor Tills aspiratldti mny eomc more frequently to sotnrt than lo ntiitrs and may ienu to tlnd roars spontaneous expresgtnn through somft llinn through others hut It Is sulo to as sume UiHt there Is no nne who lias not at soine time ihc InnKing to of value to his community Would but pause Inns enouitn to search lor tho correct rounterbiilnnce In hlx problem ot nrftravntentfi he wnuid sec that he could turn the fulflHinrut of this duty into an opportunity to render co operative and willing service to all With tnttljNuch nn the assewment be anothcr he wincg Inimeillately dlvnslrd of tire itlng of linposnl ohllmitlon and In place of a of burden or resentment otio may find himself quite properly iluigllif in satis fftclinll Anollier UhiftrcU is sue cesrful hn acqutre a home as wee a a unre an some regulars in good condition brought as human beings known in Emporia ball are all parts of the unit of I this year thnn at the city tne first month of the term j wta anil of he taxed high as to The Kansas Farmer calls attention to the fact that there Is a lot of talk about high cattle prices as matter of fact the average market for thc has been much lower than these top prices all over thc country The wide notice given to these high says The Farmer Is misleading and may do considerable harm The tacts arc that cattle prices are not out of line with other commodity pricos tne Central Press service with its as sortment of comics photos and editorial page features Also we c e printing radio programs the new Associated Press feature service Chicago Tribune comics Walt Masons prose poems and dozens ol other features that interest tlie readers Oil news farm neighbor toyrji Items and ardent levria sports paleTare recent years The Gazette has gone ahead on the theory that every dollar spent to make a better newspaper comes back in subscriptions and increased advertising So far the theory has worked and on the belief that it will continue to work Improvements nnd The Gazettes debt nnd obli gation to this town is deep and we realize it keenly We lire trying to pay it back In service to every first month of the 1026 school year Ihe total enrollment In the city schools September 30 was 2551 Here is the enrollment by build ings excluding the kindergartens tills year Senior high C3D Junior body Gabriel will wake up a lot high school fiioWalnut of people whom he doesnt care jnart 255 lugly Another mart Liny seem to be not po succMKlul ftswumc that he nrlthrr hnnir nor and 90 is free trom Uxalion Who in or hlmsclt one these two rontlltlom xvutild not srlrrt tlin and would not be uratrlul tliat he had enouirh of hll uurlds no that he emild tako hU and tio his part other mtrt of Tlie thmiflht ol gratitude MayHie privilege of being atilito pay 198 may aroiifte a sense ot derision u IIW i may uruiirte a sonKC ot flerision for St Peter will admit a lot of Kansas Avenue 132 Riverside fof othern the mertuK sheep to the fold whom he doesntLincoln57 Junior high out of line with other commodity prices n i when compared with production costs ngrce with But a newspaper room 0 hiirullment In the kinThey win see iimt duty imbued m nfMpft rrjtn tt 1u n n ri It fvrutnftK ttitiv 1ivlnl arc only on a basis where producers nrc able to realize for thc tlrst time In sev eral yrnrs just reasonable profits In all probability cattle pricM wlU continue tic consumption IS taking care of produc tlon There is no cattle shortage In this country but just a healthy balanced con dition Nnw it should be the business of market papers not to disturb thc situa tion and we should discourage damaging publicity imch as is now receiving so much attention for high prices of select caitle apply only to n very small per centage of total receipts an acre for the season In thc matter of producing nu tritive food eloments to the acre rice will easily surpass all of our other small grain crops and even com Each bushel of rice weighing Fires Interrupt Lions A roof fire that firemen said could have been prevented if tlie chimney had been cleaned inter rupted the Lions club lire preven tion program at a luncheon nt the MltWay hotel Wednesday noon schoo Tuesday i Johnson was to begin d talk he wns i the opening day in which chllI called to the R C Harvey horns J vvcrc 800 Rural where tipnrks from n who chimney set fire to the roof Thc louis liang win jo to entires tomorrow nus tuna wu cn n to attend the meeting or thd Lutheran n Mrs Harris Mrs presion M Pounds Contains 10 pounds of Synod which Is In tension there tills week Jrwas matron or honor Thc coarse hull worth nothing Fred Corbett roccived word from thc W11 lower ciils were Adelaide human Or animal booking olllcc today that Mr Jame K Margaret Buck Harriet Randall and uman or animal ItHckett would play Emporia on Friday Piul oot was best man nlaht November 1 In his new d 7atlon of Thc House of a Tli Mrs M A PInley and little son re fo fnorl Of human and animal ramatl ceremony was pcrlormed by Her J food approximately as valuable as Shji That is a 50 dren from the third ward waited upon Motliers brought their children expressed much interest in thc undertaking the clinic officials were well pleased with the first days work The clinic will be repeated to day for the Third ward and In dications arc that the examiners will have a busy toy Victor Trus ler chairman of thc clinic commit Uui iijuuiiiKiii ui LJIU uniiii ce has urged as mnny mothers of two weeks will occur as thc ex creek Mr and Mrs J W Lostuuttcr and Mr i and Mrs Carl Nation went to Bu ton yesterday in their autos They turned last night The French Ccoking club met last potentially pood rice regions of rlln8 and1 hDmc Mlfls Mrt Bcckcr Kansas it will give 1 y rc The the acrc good hum members of the club are wn food SATUKDA7 members of the club arc Misses Alice Wil son Audrey Dickey Kit Plumb Myrtle human or animal So far rlrn bnc tint n damage was slight M L Krctslnger insurance man save the fire prevention talk for thc Lions quoting many figures on MltWay hotel Wednesday Just before Assistant Fire Chief C C fire losses When Johnson was cicaninp up at noon to attend the Linns meet ing firemen were called lo the James A Foole store where explosion occurred in thc furnace There was no damage Firemen were Inspecting Hie business district today pointing out fire hazards to the owners and oc cupants of buildings tion is part of Thc inspec fire pre lo people total nmnbtrof cases Itiule expand nccomptlahiwntj which In turn tvndi to dtvelup Into WM attract treatvr MICCCM pruellcalty lows HUc who cio toy thfim take hut tif tit many othern no bur I tBJWo Ul owes to those who like to make tardiness during the first month of theirown money and save it nnd as It owes school was 23G according to the Mblf Tu tax is no bur to people who love books nnd music i monthly rtport of the it Vho A newspaper Is n news vendor cnts office Lincoln school had thc every improver method nmi tninnv where Thc Gnwttc ns a news merchant record ol tardiness per 100 S llnllnK HO cases Ot tllrdlnOHS Ijnlu Imriiln with duty Ihe tieromes n i nnd also the per cent of nil ciuw the In Emnorlii 093 Thp at ls lllc to distribute some ol its news cuUslde of Its own columns cnnnot afford n Sunday paper i I t j n n I J1UI1U1 lull I otl town doesnt want it But we can showing tinper cent of attendanco afford n Irttc Saturday night issue In the lilRlicst room In ench FO Emporia will not have to wait for thc Sunday paper to know all the news of lie afternoon bnll gnmcs nnd miy other rcws that occurs after The Onzottc home edition goes to press On v lo not Jlke rhildion nnd rhn riKard pflllnrtn rirjulred In their MtJvvever even will ndnilf llmt rlilldrrn must irif Lincoln Miss Helen Burdlck Wnllllll Eva Ilocfer I1 about ihcj rrnfer tlieui tobefVrdeViyl Kiinsna Miss Edith I nnt aniA i MiinethliiR nt an on their pnrts JOIIIlfiOt Mliynnrd Miss Rlllll for Ihe nr tralnlni anJ Century Miss Mattlt EMII Hie nion reluciam Early Junior lllch nchool nyrr ronredn that nilm mi t e i An h lrgn his tux In e Other ivillcl whnn n V i CL lls to t omtr when n world hiKii school Riverside unwiitinic srncs 01 baseball games going on i Miss Lucllc Lnlrd DC HJunior Klllf rulii thr m thc people want the news rlnhl schorl opportunity OSAZ now They cannot wait for The Jhe following rooms hnd no vrry to U kinder and Onwlle Hence thc As to thc nn item Herbert and Helen Burdlck liiry Mlsncs Helen BuiRpr Sarah tin cstefl In knowing who lias thc love liest Burdens Thc town Is interest ed and bettered by bclnt beautified Thc better town thc more money The Gazette will make It Is nS011 Union Misses Helen very simple prnposillon when you i Heebie and Laura Wells stop to think of The Gazettes Avcnuc Misses Virginia con itrunly arrlv Athcrton and Mattle Early Win ir it un r J rriwmiitjU lie llllt MISWS Rlltl Bllson Ucrlllll crotuudr MlllVi Ksther Price and Lll rmrroally nnd JTV Into ihal It will bi imlled and j ton and Mrs Fnyc Porter has fcncrally sold in homeopathic Thursday afternoon Mrs W L Holtz Calvin Newman went to Lawrence yes quantities and nt sompfhinff likp entertained at sixhanded euchre In honor terday in MB auto He returned last Slf f of her aunt Mrs Charles Lyons unit her nine accompanied by Price Holmes UB Store prices There is no cousin Mrs Elmer Price of Bert Hogc of Halstcad Is here this natural reason why corn meal Miss Kittle Whitley won thc prize Thc week visiting friends and rclatlcs He should sell t or 1 rpnK n nmm 1 invited guests were Mesdames Tanner attended College here last winter L I J cents a pound Rhodes C H Lyon King Meckcl Neigh Fred Scott Is working In thc Newman xna Ilour nt 3 Or 4 cents wWIe hors Jewell Ireland Misses Bertha Dun storc as assistant cashier and bookkeeper lap Elizabeth and Laura Klrkwood Sabra Whltlcy Grace Richards Kittle Whitley Hannah Edward Mary KclloKR Kate Bcrnicu Pranzce of Madison Elma Pilley Louise Saroycr Mrs Charles Lyon and Mrs Elmer Price The Cosmopolitan club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Charles Prntt Mem bers present were Mesdames Ida Smith John Rauschcr Alva Smith Frank Smith J J Buck C M Parrlngton and Charles Pratt paled fotball for this year On Commercial street today between Fourth and Seventh avenues there is not a vacant building Miss Ella Cale of thc Normal faculty went to Kansas City on a rice soils nt 15 cents The three are virtually ram in nutritive value and on acfount of its larger yield Intr habit rice can be grotvn and milled at less i thc two others In aminlng physicians will be out of town next week Physical examinations are being given each child and mental tess lor all who are old enough Much other valuable data is taken Thc mothers get expert information about their children which they mav act upon if they wish Ths clinic supplies recommendations inly and attempts no treatments in cas cf physical disabilities Announce K of C Essay Contest George Bordenkirchcr of the ounc Oolumbus announced Wednesday that the subject for the fourth annu year period perhaps than the Mis Congressman J Adam Dedc will open I Mssippi river docs to the lower The College football team has partlcl the college lecture and entertainment Hplti iJ i j Ued in Its last game of intercollegiate course In thc First Presbyterian church flCltjl will be conserved and used for watering rice and other valuable crops When the people The matter was set tonight tied at a meeting of thc board of control ot the Athletic association The principal reason Is because thc Institution has no between Washburn nnd Haskcll KB Sjimioi of thc Normal will go Topcbn tomorrow to umpire the game physical director to coach thc team The Fraternity Dancing club gave thc the Worth Of water it will be Con Room 39 In the main bulldinE ot of a scries of dunces last night at sidered too vnmble to be allowed formal will soon be fitted up for the he Wigwam Olkers orchestra furnished tn i t presidents private ofliee the music The mcmbrrs o f thr r lib I tO rU rlot and lnf lct somc mi ions Thc annual session of the Fourth dls are Frank Lostuttcr rke Lambert irlct federation of womens clubs began In John Votter Paul Root Calvin Newman rrancll Grove this afternoon and will con Tom Whcldon Robert Holmes Colbert Unue until Friday night Those who Root Lawrence Morse Fred Bennett w from Emporia arc Mrs L B KollogR w Parker will Montgomery Oscar stouf Mrf IE Perley Mrs Albert Wcnthcrly fer Paul Turner Inrjram Forde Willnrd Mrs R H Jaqulth Mrs Virginia Hath Barber Frank Kirkwood Warren Morris of dollars of damage each year HE IS SO RIGHT The Critical Period In This contcit Is open to junior and senior hiRh school students in all accredited public privatt and parochial high schools in the United States and its possessions and in Canada nnd Newfoundland In Canada ami Newfoundland the subject may be chosen by the master of each dis trict in all cases the subject must be patriotic and historical Thc nilcs require chat this sub ject of thc contest be announced A J wUAlUVrtlb dlillUUI 1LLI On the mntcr of taxes Calvin Wednesday and that the contest The offering at thc Whitley tomorrow Gladys High School Notes Willard Homer and Wilfred Older Senior high school cheerleaders led the students in practiclnff yells for Drlnklnir I the OttawaEmporin eame at were Mlsycs 1 any Myrtle cafford Ethel tional debt This generation made The board of education is investj Wednesday mornings assembly The Mn Mrs A L simpron and Mrs w A Curtis Allen Jack Ellis Ed reters Lee Cociidge is Tighter than a rabbit j close not later than lunrio ph Mrs Weatherly s preslrent Wayman Harvey Vlckers Wavno Lone rr Tiiiuj I it the federation Charles Rlggs Richard Thomas On thc He will not stnnrl or Birthday Pebruarj 22 Karl Allen and Wayne Snoddy have been Moon Alston Mccarty Harry Doyle Ned tax reduction which fails to provide the respective managerships Sprague Harry Wismeycr Glen Allen Joe fnr thr of nasejall nnd track at the Collcse Keeler Their guests were Misses tl1e pajment of the na ImostlRa vention wcek Firemen makliiB the makc interest In football bnjjeball flow and even the cooking school i that it finvc six months ago We i BouKhton Mndullnc Kuthcrine on it all in onn wny Honors Slmlpnts Inspection arc Chief Charles Slin son Assistant Chief C C Johnson Lloyd Younu C E Stinson Aaron Brown Fred Flecker and Police man Grove Kasscns or another Sometimes directly Twentyfour student of thc Col somelimcs Indlrrrtly of Emporia received awards nt together in Emporia a commute Boy Struck by Aulo Clayton Pcndergraft 7yearold son of Mr and Mrs L A Fonder graft who live on route 9 miles j RulMing Code Soon west of Emporia is in thc Newman j After many Memorial County hospital suffering from a fractured skull and a broken lee as a result of being ctruek by a motorcar Thc accident happened a short dstance west of thc Penderpraft home Wednesday afternoon about 4M5 oclock as Clayton was return ing from school The boy had stepped off thc prrmnent to let one car pass and not seeing another car approaching he stepped in froiit of it The car which struck thc boy was driven by C C Caldwell farmer who lives north of Plymouth Thc injured boy was taken to Emporia to thc hospital His left leg was broken above the knee and the skull fractured But we have learned that In this convocation In Mo town thp in i mortal rhitpcl Tuesday inornlru at to WJMl it rnm f I VM Thc con ll hr M held each acmcalrr for rinii ii T 7 five those who made 1s in nt cnst 13 dollar Dill rhoy always come back hours of work thc preceding somes puvinii ol ImpirMlile fur And upon how much Uio tuxnnyer luii ty for than In1 to bemoiiM rniiy not ulso loclc forward lo tliitl hnpiy of TrCor inallDn upon the uf Ui pulillc wlxre bv the votes Ins ariuriinn crlnli adilitlciial 1m lirnvrnirnls In rrinn public fiindi ralher than by to loniter Ufiul the wellwurn ylatlorm af tax rc cluaion tcr The Athena medal was presented otic Soon to the student making tht highivt phlst lender who cclebraiid i my nlKhls of hard work of each class Students u blrlhdny itccnllv by btyinnmc h e appointed by Mayor O c lll Athena medal were aretitfi hfn xmrt 1 J T Athcrton soon utter he took ofHarold Chogutll senior Mary ficc in sprlnu of 1920 has comHumphreys junior Kcnzo Takuml a bullciini code lor the city wjphomore and Edith GOING STRONG AT 1IGHTT Do you think you btno finished life nt KO Are you jdlwrouniKed about tlip three score years and ten myth nt 70 Well then take courage from Dr Annie the theoso iicr her She to lound a center for thc new in lln Oja val of Emporia The code covering 297 freshman Miss Mildred McMurtry loy of Sht dreams of a pages of handwritten copy him awarded the mndals been iircscnted lo tlie mayor Otlur who Utopian colony run on iducitUonal received jrilK nocistllst lines which will be A stenographer Is typing coplss certificates wore Carol lhp Krcalcst in the progress of he code which will submitted Jones n Donal1 Pierson seniors jot the In this ambition she to the city commissioners and thc Eleanor Barrett Bessie Foster Mary aided by KrlshnamurU Tlie code cornmlsMon was com Elfanor Stiibbs and Holrn ritiis The size of thc code will be ftreat gether went into thc war nrd Jane Taylor Ethel Williams Helen ly reduced by the commission hut Santa filUnd to Nrwton nil important provisions will be re Twentylive members of thr San ll IV bantl wcnt NfAton Wcdncs Wlth the calilbcr of mm we day to attend the annual Santa ii K invcsui TTV uri v iziv nnnUiii oiiHii Senior high Shumate Brothers who gave the have on this committee I do not if shopmens pinilc Jamrs Wood have taken party near thc Saturday first number on the high schoolfRC that It will nwd much revl entcrtainmcnt course played a saxophone quartet Rice Brown boy was arresti Prtncipa announce fire prevention manr r of thn band and William said Commissioner W J Hey Neion ls director lolds Uxlny MUXDAt Corn Jrom this years crop which i MM itcPhce vukrey Evaneeiine Ecton Maud Sommers poor mans wapes were raised theHis hearing will be late this after Senior hifrh school fire drills Tnft r cVarkr otBait Laitecity l1cn mans carninRs were multiplied noon J i n to Ercporla market A surprise party was slven Wednps at from 70 to 5 pounds to the evening for Miss Hnyncs by n und brines 50 cents a bushel Tha high brackets of the income The other boys who admitted they had been drinking but were should While the poor man is Retting V f U A r i j t t Y il4H r nit in van 111C111 Last nifhi at the home of vhe bildes of Miss Hayndi sixteenth birthday The Vi father occurred ihc marrlige of Miss Dragons are Misses Beryl Kiiv Mnbel Pal Or lets 3 Caroline Lambert Burr Root A Haynes Ruth Lyons Flora Brooks Ellzii national debt paid prettier wedding has never been solemn heth Wade Clara Jackson Bess pyle j nahjn CoolidBC The members of tho who macip thr trip wore Hubart Oanald Resell G Judsoti mi ion Cnun Wcddln Murphv Biilir fyrr One period Friaay will be ty Credit Bureau which was schrdFrank Childcrs Harold Chultrs The crt and charged with bcinR drunk I and explained the plan for j Credlt iu sry tluiicl for in his iwik whit is tn in rsrary In last at the Senior high school to a dis cussion of methods of preventing not drunk were questioned Tuesday i es In homes and schools by County Attorney O Si StHcs Several of the boys are athlrtes and athletic season of the high disrupted by Each fifth hour class at thc Jun ulcd for tonight born William LeGrcslrv diaries lor high school will spend 10 ftrnadvicw postponed nno week so incmbors Helen McPann Chcstrr Kirhtnjtjd thc bureau may attend thc KOOC F N Uatis Bcnton roads dinner antl mrotmi In the Chprirs Mncldorn of the period Ttoday dls of flrcs and hotel Thc Credit Bn Otis u will he held thc Edwnrd J imxnn li hmond ctcber 20 in thc Rora tutt Jose Villm ami Donald Kicii baughPaxton tea room   

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