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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Joplin, Missouri Jul Llin Globe suis Dai Mazu 19z3 j present operetta top Lila will be proc Vico vial of y auspices or Lackson school in rent Tench cps association. Prize winners in essay contest Are announced members of Tho Jackson Sci tool chorus and Voca pupils of mrs. Nora e. Farrar will present an operetta Florin Cla at the High school auditorium Al Gelli and Wall Street at 8 15 o clock tuesday night under of the Parent Toa Char association of the a Altson school. The operetta a directed and conducted by Atra Farrar. . Farrar will be assisted by Misa Cora Mcdonald miss Amy Carter and mrs. Nerval Griffin. Music will be furnished by afro. F. C. Snow piano Kica Bosca. Violin and John Growdon and Wilbur Hanton second violin. Stembers of the cast Are Fortuna Lidwyna Andrews morning Helen Hofmann mischief Virginia Crawford , Betty Griffin Twilight Louise Farrar Grace Betty Snow Spring tary Elian Shinn Dew drop Carrol Gordon Buttercup Betty Henderson Vala Dallas Pickett a itches Harvey Jim Snow Florynda Elizabethi Bie Rig Yor Ingal Mary Snow Sandman Virginia Crawford will o the Wisp Helen Hofmann Village Maidens Betty Henderson Carrol Gordon i iary Elian Shin ii Btty Griffin Edwina Andrews Betty Snow Dorothy Patton and Virginia word nymphs of the winds Elian Shinn Betty Griffin Dorothy Patton Dallas Pickett Mary Snow Louise Farrar and Betty Snow fairies Ellen Archer Virginia Howard Tholma Hannock. Betty  pice Alice Camp Juanita Hannock Thelma Sieber i ances Utterback Irene Blakenship Virginia Aaron Louise Burns Virginia Crawford Carrol Gordon Rachel Roth Dorothy Patton Mary Elliott a Erna Ruth compere Marion Jones Martha James Mildred Smith Nell Rose Denton Edith. Ratjen Craft Louise Farrar Ida Rosenblum Betty Lenderson Mary Julian Shinn Betty Snow and Helen Hofmann and witches William Boasley Lawrence Solestine Robert Wiemer Erold Coker Mer Lyn Perkins Alfred Halfre Fli Foster Mcantire William Burns Johnnie Mullins Eldon Breazeale. Jim Fanon Harvey weeks and Henry Felts. Ali Sical Iii Zibers. Musical numbers Are introduction. Here the Little Woodland fair ies Edwina Andrews and chorus Eligie Massenet Elizabeth Bier Lff. Woodland Lullaby and through the Forest softly creeping Dallas Pickett and chorus. Of Tell me has she passed this Way Mai a show. Nightingale song Elizabeth prize winners m the w. C. T. U. writing contest conducted for the fourth and fifth Grade pupils of Joplin Grade schools were announced Yeiji Torday by mrs. H. A. Howe who wits in charge of the prize awarding last monday night at a meeting held at the Christian Church. First prizes Gold medals were awarded Paul Church fifth Grade school and Freeman m. Duffee. Fourth Grade Lafayette school. Second prizes Silver medal were awarded Ellen or incr fifth Grade Alcott school and William Wyatt fourth Grade Columbia school. No Cigar Els for me and Why was the fourth Grade essay subject and the danger rolled up in a Claret the fifth Grade subjecting addition to the program of essay Reading a vocal Solo was Given by miss Blanche Bowen and a piano Solo by miss Sarah Ames. A Good Luck pin was awarded All pupils receiving honorable Rhen Tion who were As follows Richard and Catherine Parker pm Crsby school Viva Constock Jefferson school Mait sue James Harold Roney and Wallace Doyle Byers school Maud Carter Lafavette school Lydia Cole Alcott school Helen Mullins and Hazel Morey Eugene Fields school Perry Hurlbut Columbia school and Marlon Jones and Helen Hoffman Jackson school. Temperance legion will hold tag Day on Malf 26 members of the Royal Temperance Leigon a will observe Flag Day next saturday May 36. Funds from the affair will be used to enter a float in the Parade to be held during Joplin s Golden Jubilee Anil Flom coming next month. The tags will be roses. About Twenty five boys and girls will sell roses in the main business District of the City. The Sale will last throughout the Day and during the Early part of the a Light. Each member of the legion will Wear the colors of the organization red White and Blue. The Temperance legion was organized recently for Young boys and girls and is based upon principles similar to those of boy scouts. Bierig and Clorus. Lightly flitting lightly tripping Edwina Andrews Mary Snow and chorus. and Pearl finale Mary now Elizabeth Bierig and chorus of witches and fairies. The idea of the operetta was suggested by a fairy tale called Florynda and the Story is of a Small girl who was changed to a night Gale by the magic Power of a Witch and finally rescued Jay the. Discovery of a magic Flower called the Rose and Pearl. Quaint attractive reliable advert Disep Fok $1.00special Sale Price Coupon this Coupon and Good Lor one n weather House Prophet \ made in America better than imported kind when the weather is to be Fine the two children will be but weather is approaching the Witch will come ,6ut\fronv s to 24 hours ahead of rain or Snow. It is surprisingly reliable on. Local weather conditions made on strictly scientific principles. We have secured a special Price Quantity and As l of As they last will sell the for exactly what it. Costs us to retail them Only 69c if you bring the Coupon. Every Village City and fat m Home should have one. Come and get yours at Onoe or mail your order. Mail orders Ste extra for packing and postage. / 416 main  610 main Jackson drug co. 416 main 610 main -.  n t e eczema can be cured free proof to y06 company tables Gas raise after refusal Ifo mans fori cd for further action following decision of Public service commission. No Plana have been formed by officials of the Joplin Gas company As to what course will be taken by the Utility following the denial thursday of an increase in rates by the Missouri Public service commis Sion. No thorough investigation of the opinion Given by the commission has yet been made and officials Are unable to determine whether the company will accept the decision without protest. Members of the commission have Given the company until May 27 to acknowledge acceptance of tha decision. The decision is beneficial to the company according to George a Grayston company attorney because it sustains the position taken by the Utility that its properties should be based upon its present values instead of the actual Cost of materials. Grayston said yesterday afternoon that no thorough Carn nation of Tho decision had been made by him and that he was Uii Able to say what the action would be. It is probable that the company will not make another or movement for a Lingher rate immediately he said but the decision Avill be of Benefit to the company in Case it Renews its fight for the raise in rates. Obituary Radeth. Funeral services for Betty Joe Hader infant daughter of mrs. Bonnie Rader no. 1010 East fifth Street who died Friday afternoon were held at 4 o clock yesterday afternoon at the grave in Fairview cemetery. $10,000 judgment set aside retrial granted judgment for ?10,000, Given w. P. Fadler Carthage mine operator in a damage suit brought against John t. Chapman f. C. Ralston and the Joplin Supply company in the last term of circuit court ii Ere was set aside yesterday morning by special judge a. W. Thurman sitting in division no. 1 of circuit court when the defendants i notion for a new trial was sustained. An Appeal on the granting of the new trial was made to this state supreme court by Fadler. The suit grew out of a Deal whereby the de Fenda its acquired a mining lease Mill and a equipment from Fadler who sought damages Over the. Contract., Riund goes under Hammer. Two Hundred acres of land located about two Miles North of Joplin were sold yesterday by sheriff Harry j. Mead As a result of a verdict in favor of the plaintiff yesterday in a partition suit brought by Nellie Hixon against a Oliver Rusk estate. The land was sold to j. Oliver Rusk and a i. Risk for $5,150. The partition suit was tried in division no. 1 of. Clr jilt court Joiner. The Simeral of m. F. Joiner Pioneer Jasper county Farmer who died Friday morning at his Homie neat pin Evite. Mo., will be held at 2 o clock this afternoon at the grave in peace Church cemetery. The body will be brought Here today from pin Evite. Caimol. Funeral services for Earl Allen Carroll who died suddenly thursday morning were held at 2 o clock yesterday afternoon of the residence. No. 2122 Moffet Avenue. The Rev. Frank e. Mallory pastor of the South Joplin Chri Aifiti. Church officiated. Burial was in mount Hope cemetery. Heni Hicks. The of Clyde d. Hendicks who died Friday morning at his Home. No. 320 sergeant Avenue was held at 2 o clock yesterday afternoon from St. Peter s Catholic Church. The Rev. Francis biter officiated. Burial was in Fairview Chin every. Neosho school children urged to grow Flowers Neosho mo., May 19.-to encourage the planting of More Flowers especially among the children the Neosho nurseries has distributed a thousand packages of assorted Iris roots. Each child in the schools who would agree to Plant and take care of the Flowers was Given a package. The Iris is easy to grow and the children who will Plant and take care or them will be assured of some Beautiful blooms next Spring. The splendid for Border foundation and mass planting giving much color to the planting Early in the Spring and thriving without any special care. Earlier in the week the Nursery company sent planting directions and a description of the Iris to every Pupil in school and All who signed a Coupon requesting the roots received a package. On these coupons were also these questions have you a Flower Garden if so what Flowers Are you growing and what is your favorite Flower the answers will be tabulated and serve As a basis for further work among the pupils to increase the planting of Flowers. Local laundry buys american laundry company will add new department and install machinery Avort $5,000. A Deal was consummated yesterday whereby the american laundry company Pui chased the , no. 1729-31 main Stree which it now occupies from Bart and Annie p. Howard. The building is a two Story Brick Structure with a 50-fdot frontage on main Street. The laundry now. Occupying Only the Lowr floor will convert the second Story into a laundry department. A a tally finish department will be a new feature of the establish ent. An expenditure of $5,000 for new machinery will be made according to a. B. I Andall manager and president. Webb cite briefs ten Daj Mill dry Sale ,13 1-3 per cent reduction. He stitching while you shop. All new shades Linen threads by mrs. Lora Rariden. Newkirk millin Ery Webb . Nell Knell chiropractor who s different. Phone 9t-across from Post office. West ll6 n. Liberty. Adv mrs. Eva Mummey Frenzel left Friday night for clinic ago where she will join her husband to make her Home. Her son Ray mum Arney will leave monday visiting friends at Kansas City and St. Louis in route to Chicago i by Conis u$e"gets4t" the Only Good a dead com. Rattew Aronso geto it will Guildy Start any Corn autos in collision. Motor cars driven by w. R. Mar Dick tire dealer and r., a Schoon Over of Pittsburg kan., were considerably damaged yesterday morning in a. Collision on main Street. No one was callous Oti the Toay to the Happy Huntiii gets it brings instant Relief from All Psi and hurting. One bottle contains enough gets it to remove a dozen comi hard or soft old or new. Costs you nothing it it fails but it does t fail. Let your Drugg a millions demand it. & co.& to Chicago. All i want is your nime and address so i can Send you a me trial  a list. treatment. I want you just to iry this treatment that s Alt Lusi a a air to in to raw Macir iry ii. That s my Only argument. I be been in the retail uru business for 20 years. I served four years As a member o the Indiana state Board of pharmacy and five years As president of the retail druggists association. Nearly everyone in fort Wayne knows me and knows about my successful treatment. Over Twenty lev thou and men women and children outside of fort Wayne have according to their own statements been cured by site i first made this offer pubic. If you have Lezema ugh Salt Rhaum totter ver mind How bad my treatment has cured the worst cases i Ever saw give me Mehanes every minute of every Day. Throughout the twelve months which compose a year Chevrolet closed cars stand ready to instant service. No a Ritter How disagreeable the weather without All is comfortable inside the sturdy Fisher body or if the weather be warm lowering of the Large windows affords ample ventilation. Discriminate Buyei s Are everywhere investing in these All the year round Cai s Avrich Are powered by the famous Chevrolet motor. Buy a three Hundred and sixty five Days in a year car a Chevrolet Zoellner motor car company 317-19 Virginia Joplin Missouri phone 1013 presbyterians meet at Austin next year Texas Point chosen for next con yen Loii la or la read condemning a Liberal Fairfield. 111., May 13.-the general Assembly of the Cumberland Churchi in session Liere today chose , tex., As its years meeting place after Jim Kenzie Tenn. Had withdrawn in favor of the Texas City. Bowling Green. Ky., was the Only other City to bid for next years meeting. Reports of various boards and agencies acid reference of memorials and reports to the various committees occupied the Forenoon session of the Assembly. A paper condemning Trio teaching of any form of science or philosophy not in Harmony with the Bible and calling upon the a Wembly to declare emphatically that Tio teacher should be employed in the Church schools Olio was in any respect affected by to called Liberal opinion presented to the by the Rev. J. H. Zwingle of Bowling Green. . The paper which was regarded As a blow against evolution was referred to a Sii Ecial Corii Mittee composed of three sex moderators. The report of the Board of publication presented bythe Rev. J. I. Hughes of Nashville .trenn., editor and manager showed assets of ?48,poo and no liabilities. The report pointed out that this is tie first time in the seventy years history of pull location in the Church that the publishing House has been free from debt. The women s missionary convention which is also meeting litre in connection with the Assem Lily busied itself yith hearing reports from the school for Cirinese in san Francisco the chinese missionary stations in China and the new station Jein g opened in South America. The report of the treasurer of the women s Board showed a neat balance with the  debt of. The new Mission buildings in san Francisco an Canton China having been paid. The convention will close a Prisco hearing held before Commissi Omir hearing before Hugh ride i Metier of the Missouri Public Bervy ice commission on Appl Canoe a. H. T. A. Security Hall. 816 main St. Monday evening May 21 9 to 11. First Olaf is Masic. And so Erafily priced nothing will add More to the Comfort and Charm of your Home than one of these handsome new living room suites. Both Cane and an c yer stuffed styles Here iti widest assortment. Upholstered in the season s choicest coverings mohair. Velours and tapestries in Rich color combinations. A comparison will convince you that prices Here Are decidedly lower. Special three piece Cane end living Doorn suites $139 the frames Are in the pleasing Queen Anne style built with downy Spring filled Loose Cushion seats Sunburst pillows and bolster at Back of Davenport. A Good Choice of handsome coverings in velours and tapestries. Porch swings 98 four foot swing Buiu of Hardwood securely bolted will give years of service. Complete with rust proof galvanized chains. Make your porch an outdoor a few dollars spent new will buy summer comforts for years to come Here you can choo8� from Complete assortment of comfortable and practical wings rockers settees tables built of sturdy of in Cedar fiber Reed and Maple. Cheerful grass rugs for the floor.  shades to screen from Sun and weather. Pay it Jas department a visit tomorrow i a an Acorn r0ige is on this Acorn Range -.$45 Long wearing 9x12 it. Axminster rugs $39.50 plenty of excellent patterns to select from in Oriental designs medium and Small All Over effects and chinese patterns Rich colourings. Their heat entering burners do the work / quicker and with less Gas. Acorn Gas ranges bake to perfection and mall last a lifetime. Oven and working top Are located at exactly the right height for convenience. Their Black enamel and White porcelain bodies require no blacking. So easy t0 keep spotless Twenty styles to choose from a 9x12 Neponset rugs,ls.9$ for Kitchen dining room or bed room. Handsome patters that give Long Wear and service. 5 furniture and rugs second for 3?343311

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