Emporia Gazette in Emporia, Kansas
7 May 1937

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7 May 1937

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Emporia Gazette, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1937, Emporia, Kansas To tfx the daily Gazette Emp la Kansas Friday May 7 1987 Market reports wheat prices weaken him in air tsp h 1 2 is Only Renwri Corn tend to set High Mirk of it sex cup 1rvr n a in Rhi May com to it huh a Viva Enrri train Fly losses a swi wheat Voni into lifer today ave main Fible Mav f Miv dec Tram brr mutely Hij Secli a Tir flip 1 cent to 1 ski 7f to 1 Foj 18 to rom r to 58 july 1 15 is to Vuk and very Treni it Cunt to �8 add in Urr Vesi crony Bil Volfi Corn open in when was bids Hal run in Corn empor1a markets poultry no 1 heavy Nens 13c in no 1 Light Henri Loc Itana l heavy Springs be in no 7c it no 1 cock 7c Iball no 2 poultry 3o in Lea butter and ego 8 wholesale butter 31c 32c and 33c in ebbs no i ii do eggs no 2 he Troz Cream and butterfat first Grade in Britt Rifat grand 26o in so set Crehin 34c in Hen factory milk per in butterfat 35c in of psf weirs Mifty 1 s to july 1 17 b to 11 sept to 1b Carn May new 58 old is 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tucked firsts 32a3te to lists p Nir Gumti ibo a other mixed colors Una Lungero bal try firmer Creamery than Corii Xua 02 Acore 33c 8891 so ppr be m67 Corr 2t30c centralized 90 inc car firm state whole nil3k rims Frosli fancy held Lancy loan Jinja so deaths and funerals Formek pm Torkian oils w Hoover of Quincy 63 years old a former sinporian died thurs Day at his Home he was a real and in Irnne Man in pm about 15 years ago Ftp ital services will be held sat urday ref Vernonn at Oclock at the Home in Quincy of c f Sfa Ilu to Thi Cut tit May 7 the funeral of comr scr f Mitchell who riled i Limio sunday morning was held a Iii methodist episcopal Church wednesday afternoon at 2 Oclock Liiv w w Camino conducted the he was assisted by Rev v e Buck a quartet come wed of stir Yballe Evans Ardyce car nine Lawrence Stan Delferd and hush bang burial was in the Lincoln cemetery the ser in inc grave were in charge r the masonic Lodge of Lebo pall Bini Rirs were Walter 8 Jones e c Jones n p Jones j p Jones p Humphrey Ted Frank George Light rain is needed a Good rain would be welcomed by Pincu filly nil Lyon county Ian mfrs u Trucy unit Iii who lives on route 5 lie that the wheat is going her but is tit Kizik n lot of moisture Iron ibo ground now the top soil dry and Corn my not come up same Fields until Nln Falls the rain curly this week did not extend fur from Emporia Farmers Siviy most farm gardens Are thriving although n rain is needed to Lumpen the top soil some wheat in River Bottom Fields is so rank it is Fulling Over i spots a heavy rain is not needed Farmers say peaceful at City Hall cily offi Tutt on Job Affton after vacation when work Bug causes a crash a Bug caused a 3wny car col Lis inn on commercial Street thurs in Fth according to information by jul Len p t Kendo a h a iils Iwin for the Lawrence motor Oom inny sited he parked a new Plymouth belonging to the com Zimny ins Clethe double parking lines in the 700 Block on commercial a thur Morgan of the Morgan pack list company was driving South on commercial when a Bug Slick nit in the face temporarily blinding said his Chevrolet car struck the rear end of the ply Mouth driving it 50 feet Down the Street when it struck another parked car the trunk on the rear of the Kim dog car was damaged and other less serious damage was done two men to face trial Rno puce City in fifty 7 Csc Creamery butter butterfat 2s27ci butter t8c pouttrj1 u15c 810c prisms s3c Choc go my a live 54 Tiu ext a to at a hens Over 5 pounds 5 and less is room Hanx Ifica iry trs coloured j4c Plymouth and Whin Rock broilers Coturri 2jc Plymouth and while Rock j4c burbs cos 1b21c jars hop 20c coloured �4�c White Rock Hock 26vic free saturday one Pound of Deli clout Orange or quart of Oil a life of of in saturday Stanley Bell service station and Sylvan pm 135 Vam new York May 7 stocks t noun of red Rem via in to Ruy Markn and closing Price trends a Fca apr ii lilo advanced sharply on comparatively Small turnovers and re Sist Utica Unis by others vigor was tacking in sit her direction Nvvf on Trio who tit was com fort in although Hern and of Herr signs i to Industrial picture Haa Chou deny in or rep it Lone con Sadr red in Phonon us Huron inter won re gunned to have stiffer cd it Iother decline of so n ton putting u Down Fth out s3 Iown its Spiik off Cal Riki arct in weeks freight Load lips Reven ird hts Hosi Blonce last november but Over Hie week lets than 5ca 5our� rails push Fri up briskly at the Stull Wilh with Sanin to hot inf a new of Ono Lillock of Harca of n y Cen irn coming out at u fractional other pushed and pulled m farm imply Metui Alto Hart their Iii legs along with mall orders activity was a hit pronounced him yesterday Biff a rulings were still of cow transfers were around Chnrei nor ont improved when i slurp Norrs in App car on London sort nightly settlement of Etc Pur or irises of Aner can securities however were it k Man Ornum u s government Manx and Loyield corporate Bonds n Ero in Rien and Corn Modi ties worn mixed share of Supply owns Hindls Sot up feb ont 5 each to heir bit Levels for the year or longer of Lanesr Alao a Decd into new High ground per or Mink on the upside most of in time were Allrid chemical Bethlehem steel National steel Clark equipment a Jchalmers scars Roebuck House air Brake 1 i Cash a Harvester Oliver Tarm Suma be n y ten Lral Southern Pacific Southern iffy Newport industries Libby wins n y omnibus Skully Oil Atlantic coast line and poor pc co virtually at a standstill or lower were n s Soltel Republic general motors Chrysler yellow truck Goodyear u s Huberr pure Oil Star Inird of of n Seaboard Oil consolidated Emison North american or Norm electric Brooklyn transit Star Cement Lxi Ewi Paramount Anaconda Kennicott Cerro de Pasco and american Telephone Bonds few York May t is the choir on u s Bonds today Treasury Treasury u Treasury 3ik june Treasury 3ain March Treasury 3a j10216 Federm farm Moruff flip 3s 49 for Durni fun re 64 Home in loan 3s a 53 33 Home own loan zits 49 Herman Thompson and Albert bolder coloured at a preliminary hearing today before Justice r e Evans were bound Over for trial during the october term of the Lyon county District court on charges of stealing on met Rich radio valued at More than from bookworm cd motor company they went to jail to default of Bonds f a Golden who was named on the warrant on which the other two Man were arrested on april 23 was released had no knowledge of radio county attorney Jay Sullivan said the evidence today showed or Golden in Whoso car the radio was found had no criminal intent and that or Golden had no knowledge that the stolen radio was in car when to hauled Thompson and bolder to the country All three men were arrested by county officers who charged that an attempt had been made to sell the radio to a Farmer the evidence Justice said that or Golden knew nothing about the radio being in his car or knew that it was stolen prop erty neither full Thompson nor bolder implicate or Golden in the Money rates Yorac my Money 1 per cent nil Day prime com 1 per cent tic 6090 Days i 46 approve Santa be move Washington May 7 examiner recommended today to the interstate Commerce commission that it Grant the application of the Athelson Topeka and Santa it railway company to abandon 21 Miles of its lines from Mulvane to Viola in and Sedewick counties Kansas verified seed bus sumac Kafir Quality Grain co lord Quality feed end seeds fifth tracks in ran peace and Dick ended on the Eric Viorla City Hall today Fol lowing the turbulent 1day administration of the City departments by Iho sir in Rhad chapter of the Demony All Day thursday the City Hill bras r Busy place with Tho Demolay boys setting an example of Industry and efficiency for regu Lar City officials and who in Joyed the any immensely be Sirfus having a great memo them selves the boys really accomplished something City officials said the High spot of the was torched when police court went in to session at 4 Oclock in the noon Dill ont Demolay policeman had issued nearly 50 traffic Law violation tickets during the Day hut Only three alleged violators showed up for Lola Many other persons whose cars were tagged thursday appeared at the police station where they were excused the notice that the tap served us h warning and that another of sense would make the violator subject to a Fine cars carrying old tags were favorite victims of the Young policemen and police said the boys performed a worthy ser vice in bringing these cars to the attention of police police said that a result of the boys thursday six of new car tags were purchased sume cant take ii Mast of the persons whose cars wore tagged by the boys proved to be fio ocl sports but police said two or three persons take and got with judge1 Sarn Cravens pre siding and City attorney Ray Overpeck As prosecutor police court pc cd to a crowded House com mostly of High school Stu ends All the accused persons very of Demolay age the first defend not was Dick co Atli re used of reckless driving be plead not guilty but policeman Bob Corbett and a flock of witnesses Psi steel tile charge was Correct Ludge Cravens ruled the evidence the charge found Ilc Orath guilty and released him with n warning Keith Dietrich accused of Speed was the second defendant aul Utt the arresting officer told he Story of the arrest on West sixth but Dietrich maintained he Vas within Liis rights claiming West sixth is a Federal Highway not subject to City ordinances mrs Edna looms police Malvyn drafted As an expert witness again judge Cravens found the evidence against the accused was sufficient and ruled him guilty As charged he was released with a warning Bob Mason was the third de Pendant and policeman Kirk aus tin testified As the arresting offi or testimony hinted that Mason accused of speeding failed to show proper respect for the officers and that he was inclined to resist when the policemen finally sur rounded him testimony revealed Mason spent 30 minutes in jail Fol lowing his arrest exchanges be tween the City attorney the defendant and witnesses were spirited and threw the courtroom into such a tumult that judge Cravens had to threaten to Clear the court room if such demonstrations were repeated Mason was found guilty As charged and released with a warning court then adjourned the boy policemen turned in their badges and the regular officers took Over the department firemen keep Busy three runs were made by the fire department thursday with demo Lay recruits helping Man the too late to classify for Mortin except 1001 Union owner Anat 81� Market Lions build los and loan Sharps urns amount p o Box 314 Emri Orin lady to sort or p time or Lac Box 613 care Oazy Etc for Sale or Trade 340ncre Ranchi cull improved ranch will improved so Aero Tench Wal improved ill acre Creek Bottom improved bid acre ranch Svall improved 480 crts of Flint kill pasture land 200 acres 120 pm iture 80 acres All Are n real but Nie at once o m mouse real Stalc agent phone 1s2 sin Avenue Emporia Kan etch time the first came at noon from 1120 Chestnut and the rookies did Well despite that the fire we smoke at 2 Oclock Murm crib not the new firemen napping and chief Lowell Krum and All his Aida missed the first truck they Mado the others however and roared Down to so Dens Grove where a Brush fire was raging it was extinguished before much of the Sorinc Forest was levelled fire men said they were highly sushi Cic is of the origin of the fire but mayor Frank Lostutter was the Pic turn of innocence the final alarm came at Oclock and the Young firemen wound up their Days work by put Ting out a trash fire at eleventh and Elm mayor Johnny Evans commissioners Bob Buzzard and Jack to Sacker and All the other demo lays who spent most of the Day at the City building wound up Observance of Demolay City Day with a dance at the Sunset inn thursday night police announced today that the following cars were tagged for alleged traffic Law violations thurs Day 134158 137418 13626 13 7261 133 2150040 314362 134533 138837 137261 All 1936 tags 13 6g31 131850 All speeders 13837 134335 132122 134799 13 4616 134581 131335 130651 13 5555 134615 136707 136885 13 7690 overtime parking 137261 13 1513 132345 133807 134254 Jay parking to have formal opening the Little Kastle lunch no 2 105 West sixth will have its formal opening saturday Little Kastle lunch no l is at 7cw commercial Tho building taken Over by the Little Kastle lunch no 2 formerly was occupied by dutch cafe new features have been added to the business and the building is being redecorated on both the Interior arid exterior mechanical refrigeration is being installed and the building will be air conditioned a Large window has been put in the North end of the bulk line Neon the operation in Kansas Oklahoma and Missouri the same foods will be offered in the no 1 and no 2 Little Kattlas opening Day specials Are on the menu false alarm at sorority a Large red placard Reading fever was posted this morning on the front of the Alpha Sigma House 116 West twelfth workers at the county health office said the sign was not posted by health officers t is suspected the Scarlet fever warning was put up by fraternity men during hell which pre cedes initiation a new Scarlet fever victim quarantined by or c h Munger is Joe Brough 15 son or or and mrs w m Brough commercial seven jul other Emporia Homes where Scarlet fever cases Are suspected vere on the health officers Call Book today 13 Queens entered Coe Tanum Ytaas 0041 when Helen Pedersen was substituted Lor miss Marlot Drummond mis Pedersen is an Emporia High school graduate the Queen contestants Are Audi or Emp Urla Eliu bulk he Lull Amer Lvuv Hollar pm Pola mar Turin Mccolm Dkl klan Moore Amer Lcuio Flea fed Trutt Fly Mouth King orig sch Mark diet Smith Bui conf ill Ltd the contest is one of three being held in connection with the better farm Homes train the other two Are the Home modelling contest and the better farm Homes plus con test the entries in these contests must turn in their plans and Minia Ture Homes by 5 Oclock saturday afternoon while several persons Are known to be competing in these contests the better farm Homes Queen contest has captured the most popular inter est and it is expected that this con test will assume this proportions of a major attraction next wednesday to vote in the contest one must ride in the better farm Homes Queen Parade behind the contestant of their Choice the number of persons Riding behind each Queen multiplied by the number of Miles the Candi Date lives from Emporia will deter mine the winners Emporia residents and children under 10 years will not to eligible to be counted crowd to Tell the Story this Rule makes it probable that the candidate who has the biggest following in the Parade will be the Winner and for this reason friends of the girls in each Community Are urged to get into the Parade behind their candidate thu Parade will form on twelfth Avenue and will Start at 11 Oclock wednesday morning the winners of All contests will be announced at the train program in Fremont Park at Oclock wednesday afternoon the better farm Homes train sponsored by Kansas state College land the Santa be includes nine cars four o which Are exhibit cars car scores of exhibits of interest families farm Bureau news about town collections of int advertisements a horde of gnat sized Grasshoppers was seen in the Lang Community this week and has thrown a scare into several Farmers who retried to the Farni Bureau office that they fear a repetition of the 1936 Hopper Scourge the Grasshoppers were particularly destructive in the Lang Community last year a woman held in jail mrs Dorothy Reynolds is being Newman Hospital notes held in the City jail she was arrested wednesday night on a warrant charging lewd and licentious con duct she recently was released from the women Industrial farm at Lan sing announcing i opening i s sat Sun j pops Barbecue i Chicken inn is Barbecue and Fried so Chicken sandwiches also regu Tvr sanity Dunn try feb and try our of vol borne cooked managers or and mrs dec Johnson so our Cannon Mah Kkt on Burlingame Road is drive East on twelfth s s turn three to Csc North is announced today that miss Sylvia Hunter daughter of or and mrs Archie Hunter of the Forest Hill neighbourhood had been selected to bake one loaf of Home made which will be a part of the exhibit the bread will go into the exhibit when the train reaches Emporia one fresh loaf is used in the exhibit each Day miss Hunter won first prize with her bread exhibit at the Kansas free fail in Topeka last year be sure you save one of our Spe Cial fancy packed mothers Day boxes of assorted chocolates and Only v5c in at Buchanan 811 commercial up stairs classes fitted or Paul she bal sky com phone 406 or and mrs Delbert Jackson ormer Emp orians now living in los Angeles left this morn no for Fredonia after spending two Days visiting friends Here or and mrs Jackson have been in Pensa Colp to visit their son who is a lieutenant in the United states Lavy air corps they will spend mothers Day with or Jacksons Mother and their son rom Florida plans to Fly to fee Ionia to be with the family party or that Day or and mrs Jackson Are driving through they put Pep in every red Cross shoes at Cre tonnes for slip covers pre shrimp and guaranteed Sui fast and washable Ruth Pem Bertum Interior designer 1403 Neosho St nothing could possibly be More appropriate for mothers Day than a gift of Flowers Tell us her favorite kind and Well make up a special bouquet for delivery on Sun Day morning visit the greenhouse open evenings Emporia Floral 12th and West phone 448 ask your grocer for Osborne Grade a Cream new whipping Cream prices 15c half pint Fries hens and roosters inde pendent produce phone 2323 Small Comet and Fantail fish hyacinths water violas and Rock plants Peterson 1120 Chestnut Mot proofed mohair and friezes make the most durable furniture coverings Ruth Pemberton Interior designer and decorator has them at 1403 Neosho Mother will appreciate Box of our fresh Home Mads candies for mothers Day phone 2630 we deliver the karm Elkorn shop radio advertised air flow Arches it any shoe mens and women Days free trial Leon shoe store Johansen shoes now exclusive with Allens ballroom dancing Thomas Stu Dio phone 2623 90s West Street Townsend club House monday May 10 8 p m Public Welcome remember Mother with a new handbag 300 sixteen members and five guests Grasshoppers again patients who have left the hos Pital Are mrs la Verne Somers and infant daughter of Little River or i Ville Ross 1102 commercial and i Dale Savage of Green Valley to announcement the Clara Montague Beauty shop formerly located in the commercial Bank base ment has moved to inc old location of the Janet Beeson shop at 721 commercial we invite you to our new shop let Poitr expert Beauty operators solve your Beauty problems for 896 Clara Montague Beauty shop 721 commercial Emporia the mothers Day of the Badger Creek club afternoon Home of Clyde Jones guests were Albert Davis John Coy Emmett Ida looms Nril Norene Magathan a letter from mrs Charles looms a former club member who now lives in Cali fornia was read to the group mrs Edwin Ruey was in charge of the program which included giving mothers Day verse in answer to Roll Call mrs Dudley looms played a piano and mrs Riley Java n paper on mothers voice and read the poem my mrs Dud Ley Loomis was awarded a potted Plant As the prize in a mothers contest mrs Edwin Jones won hostess contest mrs Jones will entertain the club May 20 dont forget the Little Kastle no 2 at dutch old location is open for business our opening and will appear in this paper soon watch for it seeks delay in trial x continuance in the Case of the state against Allan b Woolworth is being sought by Woolworth attorneys who have asked District judge Joe Rolston to continue the trial from May 17 to May 24 the court tuesday declared a mis trial after a jury failed to reach a verdict and set the Case for a Sec Ond trial on my 17 Woolworth is charged with participating in the robbery of the citizens naj tonal Bank on March l county attorney Jay Sullivan said the continuance had been sought but so far As he knew had not been officially granted judge Rolston not ill Emporia today now open Atlas fruit stand 401 merchant saturday St berries quart 3 Large Bunches rhubarb Grapefruit 4 far Lemons dozen oranges dozen radishes Bunch 15c in Knox Fobbs flatter Mother with a new hat youll Hist love the Fine fur Felts the genuine panamas All sized with Maruf Cail ored accuracy All so naively simple yet so Choc full of unas suming detail the new Knox and Dobbs in White Felt and straws Are being featured now in our millinery Ond floor Knox and Dobbs exclusive with us in Emporia we have just received our last Carload of Zugg at present Low Price we purchased shipment ahead of an Advance prices and we Are passing this sensational saving on to Yon act now and have the Opportunity to buy the Washer at Low Only the materials and skilled labor into the manufacturing of this Maytag Washer heavy Advance in material and labor Are our Price however while we Are at the old Low Price you make a better invest ment than Retting a Maytag now come or Call tomorrow Maytag sales co 20 Wett six i

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