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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, Joplin, Missouri Joplin Globe sunday february 25, 1940. Baby tie again at St Louis zoo zoologists find it is cheaper to Breed animals than to Purchase them wheelers to observe fiftieth anniversary St. Louis feb. 24.-up they re infantile Pating at the by Louis zoo where springtime Means Caby time. Y zoologists encourage blessed events for Economy it s cheaper to Breed animals than to buy them at prices ranging up to several thousand dollars and even go so far As to import mates to Start a captive family. Besides the Dollar Angle the too in the midst of preparations for the Spring and summer traffic that tops 20,000 persons on Many Days encourages juniors because they draw More stares than the parents. Keepers prepare for the Stork s visit by giving the expectant animal mothers the most nearly possible natural environment. Fair of pandas. The St. Louis zoo is most successful in raising the hoofed animals Zebra Many species of Antelope Deer and Buffalo. Other zoo born animals include Lions Black bears some monkeys and waterfowl. The latter Are the most prolific. Except when the fowl is rare it is not pinioned. Many of the wild ducks Fly away but enough stay to keep the flocks . The zoo has a pair of pandas Happy and Pao Pel and Hopes for offspring from these rare animals which no longer May be exported from China. Possibly the zoo will be As Lucky with its pandas As with the Lions. Several years ago it obtained a mate for one of the Jungle monarchs. A week after arrival the lioness gave birth to quintuplets and was immediately named Dionne after a More famous Mother. The Stepfather later became a proud papa in his own right. League Institute to be held at w. C. Webb City mo., feb. 24.-approximately 300 Young people from the methodist and presbyterian churches throughout the District Are expected to attend the midwinter Epworth league Institute next monday tuesday and wednesday nights at the first methodist Church second and Oronogo streets a pot Luck supper and three classes will be held each night the. Institute is in session. The Rev. Ben Ridpath of Joplin mrs. Ross Burns of Joplin and the Rev. E. D. Baker of Neosho will direct the classes and Lead the discussion. Officers of the convention Are the Rev. Max Barnes of Webb City Dean Ruby Cornett and Edna Johnson both of wet a City registrars and Frank Dodson of Oronogo business manager. Jasper mo., feb. 24.-mr. And mrs. John e. Wheeler above will celebrate their Golden wedding anniversary tomorrow at their Home six Miles East and two Miles North of Jasper. They will hold open House from 2 until 4 o clock in the afternoon for their friends. Five of their seven children will be present. Or. And mrs. Wheeler were married february 25, 1890, at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. James e. Jackson who lived North of Golden City. They started housekeeping on a farm North of Golden City. In 1903 they moved to the farm where they now live and have made that their Home since with the exception of 10 years on a farm four Miles Southwest of Jasper. Eleven children eight boy and three girls were born to the couple. Two girls and one boy died in infancy and another son Forrest m. Wheeler died last april. The children Are Robert j. Wheeler of la Junta colo., Verlle Wheeler of Lamar Raymond Wheeler of fort Collins colo., Percy Wheeler of Trinidad colo., Emmett r. Wheeler of Golden City John l. Wheeler of Lamar and mrs. James a. Moss of Carthage. Percy and Raymond Wheeler will be unable to come for the wedding anniversary. Or. Wheeler s Only sister mrs. Loretta e. Stephenson of Watson Ville is Here for the Observance. Two Sisters of mrs. Wheeler mrs. Florence Henderson of Colony kan., and mrs. Ella Sumners of Jasper also will be present. A brother Ernest Jackson of Sonora calif., is unable to attend. Several of the guests at the wedding a half Century ago Are expected to be present. Mrs. Wheeler was born april 24, 1875, in Johnson county Missouri. Her parents moved to Barton county in the Early 80s. Or. Wheeler is a son of the late or. And mrs Isaac r. Wheeler. He was born february 3, 1869, in Mahaska county Iowa and came to Missouri in 1876 with his parents they settled four Miles North of Golden City in Barton county in 1879, where or. Wheeler grew to manhood. Announce birth of son. Or. And mrs. T. R. Haase announce the birth of a son february 18 at their Home 1102 West third Street. C. H. Durfee mining Man my Dies held positions with three Corn panic i course of his career in Field. Charles h. Durfee 66 years old Active in the Tri state District mining Field for 38 years died suddenly at 1 30 o clock yesterday morning at his Home 1710 Byers Avenue. Or. Durfee was born in Michigan september 19, 1873. He was employed by the United Zino and chemical company from 1910 until 1917 and worked for the Gran by mining and smelting company from 1917 until 1923, when he became Joplin agent for the Illinois Zino company. He held that position at the time of his death. In 1925 he was treasurer of the Peru mining company a subsidiary of the Illinois Zinc company. Married Here in 1914. The Illinois company formerly operated the old Queen Esther and Peru mines Southwest of Baxter Springs and was at one time a Large purchaser of Zinc ores in the Tri state District. Or. Durfee was married to miss Bertha Welland june 30, 1914, in Joplin. Surviving Are his widow and a brother Irving Durfee of Chicago. Funeral arrangements will be under direction of the Thornhill Dillon mortuary. Additional books Are received at Library slain woman s rites to be held tuesday funeral services will be conducted at the first Community Church at 11 o clock tuesday morning for miss Eula Glipson Beauty shop employee who was slain wednesday night. The Rev. Cliff Titus pastor will officiate. Burial will be in Osborne memorial cemetery. Pallbearers will be Orville Hatcher Verl Young Charles Overman Evan Hunter a. C. Mayhard and b. C. Kirby. An inquest into the death will be conducted by Coroner a. A Winchester at 7 30 o clock monday night at the morgue of the hurl but undertaking company Man is arraigned on u. S. Liquor charge Tony Schultz 36 years old arrested Friday by agents of the alcohol tax unit of the Treasury department was arraigned yesterday before United states commissioner Norman Cox on a charge of removing Untal paid liquor to a Point other than a government warehouse. He was held in the Newton county jail at Neosho in default of $1,000 Bond. The agents arrested Schults in East Joplin Friday afternoon and said they found 15 Gallons of Moonshine liquor in his Possession. Books received recently at the Joplin Public Library include non fiction. I lived with the eskimos Sydney r. Montague. Australia her heritage her future Paul Mcguire. Abraham Lincoln War years Carl Sandburg. Armies with wings a. L. H. Era life of Harding Samuel Hopkins Adams. Button collecting Polly de 8. Crummett. The Wabash River a. E. Wilson. Puerto Rico and the Virgin islands Daisy Reck. Nothing but danger of. C. Hanl Ghen. Finland a. H. Jackson. The Way out of War Cesar Saerchinger. One Man s fight for a better Navy Holden a. Evans. The Bible of the world a. O. Ballou and others. Marriage morals and Mothballs John h. Laval. Agent of death autobiography Robert g. Elliott How to travel without being Rich a. M. Strong. Encyclopedia of the theatre George Jean Nathan. The car belongs to Mother a. H. Wright. Party Book a. J. Breen. Happy Days 1880-1892 h. L Mencken. Blackout human Side of Europe s March to War Hubert p. Earle. South american Cook Book Cora Rose and Bob Brown. Wrestling a. C. Gallagher. American vacations Larry Nixon. Hell on trial Rene Belbenoit. Modern methods in Archery a. Reichart and g. Keasey. Elementary freehand perspective a. M. Norton. How to draw with pen Brush and Ink fiction. A sea Island lady Francis girls Wold. Arsenic and Gold Bertram at key. Coyote Hunter James d. Sayers. The Hospital Kenneth fearing. In walked Anny a. E. Edger ton. Man the Devil did t want a. C. Wren. Gun smoke in the Hills Ray p. Tracy. Case with 4 Cowns Leo Bruce. Danger on the Border Frederick Bechdolt. Man with two names a. L. Palmer. Turn on the heat a. A. Fair. Back roads Katherine Haviland Taylor. 8 faces at 8-Craig Rice. Curtain going up Clarence b. Kelland. There were no heroes George w. Ogden. Happy Harvest Jeffrey Farnol. No other Wisdom Violette k. Dunn. Devil in Satin Dornford Yates. Death thumbs a ride Jean Lilly. Mesa gang Zachary Strong. Wedding Day May Edginton. Lady is afraid George Coxe. Leather burners a. S. Drago. I must ride alone Jackson Gregory. Portrait of Jennie Robert Nathan. Portrait of Jar John Cobb a. S. Keller. Here dwells enchantment Winifred Wadell. Luke s circus Ruth Manning Sanders. Discussion group meets. Carterville mo., feb. 24.-the St. Anthony discussion club met thursday night at the Home of or. And mrs. Joseph Lepage on North Kentucky Street. Those present were or. And mrs. George Raber mrs. Lucille Robinson mrs. Paul Roderique or. And mrs. Francis Roderique mrs. Catherine King mrs. Anthony mrs. Sara Roderique mrs. Birdie Farrell or. And mrs. Emmett o. Griffin and or. And mrs. Joseph Lepage. The next meeting of the group will be held at 7 30 o clock next thursday night at the Home of mrs. Sara Roderique 112 West Lewis Street. U. S. Court cases come up monday adjourned session of Federal court has several cases included on docket. Federal judge Albert l. Reeves and several other District court officials Are expected to arrive today from Kansas City for the opening monday morning of an adjourned session of the january term of Federal court. Judge Reeves expects to be Here several Days for trial of criminal and civil cases held Over from january until the week of february 26. The same Petit jury venire which served during the january term has been recalled for next week. Bank robbery cose. Among cases set for trial is that of William Bird and Buck Bales both convicts charged with robbery of the Wheaton Bank some five years ago. Bird is in the Kansas Penitentiary at Lansing serving a term for burglary and larceny and Bales is serving a 12-year sentence in the Missouri Penitentiary for his part in the Wheaton robbery. The fed eral indictment has been pending several years. Judge Reeves is expected to Cah the docket of other pending criminal cases for pleas and Talala several civil cases have been set specifically for the week. Free Book explains All about piles a new edition of an illustrated Book has just been published by the Thornton & minor clinic the world s oldest institution specializing in the treatment of piles and other rectal afflictions this Book explains Why rectal disorders frequently cause such common ailments As headaches nervousness stomach and liver troubles. It Points out the danger of neglecting even a minor Caan of piles. Shows How malignant and incurable conditions May result. Tha mild treatment at Thornton & minor clinic by which More than 50,000 men and women have been relieved during the past 62 years and which requires no hospitalization or the use of Radical surgery is fully explained. If you Are afflicted Send for a copy of this Frank and informative Book which will be sent you in Plain wrapper absolutely free. Address Thornton & minor clinic suite 540, 926 my gee St., Kansas City . A a a a a. A a Wmk the fashion authority of the Tri state takes pleasure in announcing that is now one of the Brilliant Galaxy of Premier fashion creators9 names associated exclusively with the new newmans in the District Long synonymous with the name Laird Schober is a tradition of Fine shoemaking. Designed to give you youth Quality and High fashion at a Price. You la be thrilled with the sparkling originality. The flattering simplicity of these Young Spring beauties two of which Are sketched. Patent leather and elastic led kid. Women s footwear salons main floor. The new Newman s Patent leather pump Telesi. Girdle Back. Tribute Mccoo patrons 3usf a year ago we at Mccooks were considerably discouraged. A disastrous fire had completely wiped out our store in the Spiva building and we had set up temporary quarters with a makeshift Stock and hastily gathered fixtures on the site of our present store. It was at this time we Learned what Loyal friends and patrons really mean. On the foundation of their support and their indulgence we were enabled to carry on and build an improved drug service which we believe to be unexcelled in the District. Our first anniversary finds us with a streamlined and systematized prescription service which greatly speeds up the filling of prescriptions and assures freshness of drugs. A new store layout and full View display counters have made it possible to serve our patrons More effectively. During the year important new lines of toiletries and drug commodities have been added to Widen our service to customers naturally we find our growth and our improved business Gratifying and since it is dependent upon and finds its very source in the Good will of our patrons we take the occasion of our first birthday in the new store to express our sheer est appreciation for that Good will. To reduce it to the utmost in simplicity thanks for every thing fourth and Joplin

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