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Sedalia Democrat (Newspaper) - March 19, 1939, Sedalia, Missouri Fine concert tuesday Conni ipod Var Page 1 Drake Usu varsity de Moines Iowa Benoie As using director slip of the music department at Siephie is. Received High Praise his performances both in the Founti v and on the continent have elicited High Praise from the leading critic. It is said of him that he is Videy known a not Only for he musical Talent but also of those who Are ii in Neely acquainted with Helfogt a d s Frank and engaging Pew a re viewing a recen Ciu Cago ref ital by the Piaru to. K game Shn son of the Chicago news wrote. A a the Learned f in Day Ion of or. Gauntlett s styled Les not Wenner Bros. Cut rate drug store closing out quitting business and Selling out All stocks and fixtures crowds crowds crowds tremendous throngs of eager shoppers Are parking this store daily. Thousands have bought _ thousands have saved. This mighty Stock reeks under the Strain of wild fire Selling. Values like these can to last Long. Hurry a get your share All nationally advertised brands at deep Cut prices come in and get prices on All items. Prices Are Cut slashed and Cut again on every item in the store to effect an immediate and Complete sell out. Don t miss this Opportunity to save remember the place wenners Public Sale thursday March 23 Sale starts at 10 30 a. M. Having a surplus of livestock and farm equipment for a farm of this size will sell at Public auction on what is known As the judge Triplett farm. One mile North of la Monte on the farm to Market Road and then one mile East on gravel Road. Horses and mules 1 Chatham fanning Mill. 1 Black Mare. 8 ., Safe in foam. 1 Hoosier 12-Hole wheat Drill with 1 Bay horse. 10 yr., works anywhere. Grass and fertilizer attachment. 1 dark Gray horse coming 2 . 1 Mare mule smooth extra Good. 1 horse mule smooth extra Good. 1 weaning Mare tii uie Colt a peach. 1 cultivator. 1 8-ft. Mccormick Binder Good. 1 John Deere 12-ft. Smoothing Harrow 1 12-Inch Oliver gang plow. Cows 1 red shorthorn cow. 5 . 3 Jersey Guernsey mixed cows. 1 Roan calf 6 months old. Hogs 1 male. S red gilts to Farrow. I red sow to Farrow 5 red pigs weight about 60 lbs. Sheep 4 yearling ewes. Ii old ewes. 4 with lambs now. Implements 1 12-ft. Sulky Hay Rake. 1 14-ft. Sweep Rake. 1 great Western manure spreader. 1 endgame seeder. 1 High wheel Wagon and Box. 1 Low wheel Wagon and Frame. 1 set breeching harness. Some Chain harness and lot of collars. 6 Good House doors various kinds and sizes. 1 we Tern electric Quot a Volt Light . 1 1500-Watt 32-Volt Edison Battery stoves. Rugs and furniture a i w cd f a a i c i Ima a 11 i r s pm 1 water Loo boy 8-horse Gas engine a Nice lot of household furniture con with clutch Pulley and Magneto. Sisting of one Cook stove three heat-1 Sandwich 2-Hcle Corn Sheller. 8 foot ing stoves one ice Box some rugs elevator. Living dining and bed room furn Ture. 1 Monitor 10-Inch Burr Power grinder the above articles will be sold in with 8 foot elevator. I less sold before Date of Sale. 1 hand Corn Sheller. I lunch on grounds. Joe a. Buckley owner auctioneer Lawson Clingan terms Cash Clark Bert Means preclude eloquence or sensitiveness or feeling. His production of tone is that of a master and his be of it that of an or. Gauntlett appeared with the Sedalia symphony Here two seasons ago. The feature of the concert will be the fifth piano concerto by Saint Saens with orchestral accompaniment. Conductor Rosenthal has arranged a Well balanced and colourful program for the orchestra to augment the presentations of the soloist. The program. The Complete program i Over turn to apr a. Inn a it Hgt a ii by feb ?.oc�?T a Jiru or p a f q Jar 113.saint Saon i a Rio Fri it p Ami Ori hoj Ira Ai mgr moderate n a n f p Miltn Allegro , n. n Lett Joti on Oil Trail from a a the grand it fief of i at Rall add. Ohop in 0� the or Rophet Bird. Schumann pc the to Island. re up Renade. Radi Marinoff to j ii Rilke is. Moszkowski Basil i it. f of Arturo to till Opo Futta a dip Johann a those who do not hold season Reser actions May obtain individual adult and Junior tickets at the Bothwell drug store. The Sedalia Democrat and capital sunday morning March 19, 1939 Sumner children jul Orr Lee a. Yeai old. And Naomi Ruth. 9 months old daughters of or. And mis Macon sum Nei mute 2. They Are grandchildren of or. And mrs. E. D. Crawford .513 South Engineer and or. And mrs. D. T. Sumner 1705 South Marvin. Traill leaders for Farmers extra 25 per cent tax on j continued from Page one Tariff by imposing what Are known As a countervailing ,�?� effective april 23. I the tarriff act of 19.30 provides such duties shall be levied in addition to regular tariffs on any foreign products subsidized in manufacture or Export by the government of the country of origin the Treasury acted after actor fifteen enrol on first Day farm Bureau at fifteen Farmers Enn lied in the first Day of the Pettis county soil conservation leaders training school held in the farm Bureau office thursday. March 16. Those enrolled include e. H. Boltz. Green Ridge Olen , Smithton William j. Lamm Sedalia Henry Alt soda Lia b. C. Claycomb Hughesville Marvin Goodwin. Sedalia j. A. Dejarnette Sedalia James Harvey Hughesville Walter May Smithton c. D. Hunt Windsor w. E. Rider Spring Fork Theo. Dore Mergen Sedalia George Ney general Murphy ruled Ger Richter Hughesville Carl Raines Man goods imported under barter p. S. Read. Sedalia. Arrangements should be subjected purposes of this training to extra duties. School Are wont recognize nazi coup in View of Wells expression yesterday diplomats Here were convinced this country would not recognize the nazi absorption of Czecho Slovakia. The administration also authoritative sources said will give Complete moral backing to the determined fight by Vladimir s. Hurban the czech minister to prevent his dismembered country a legation Here from falling into German hands. The state department it was said will lend the German embassy no assistance whatever in obtaining Possession of the Lega tin. Hurban said he would not turn Over the legation until the czechoslovak National Assembly by a three fifths majority approved the merger with Germany. Since the National Assembly no longer exists it appears the Doughty czech May continue to held on for some years to come perhaps coining to preside Over the Only bit of Independent czech territory in the world. I 1 to train local farm leaders in the principles of a c ordinate soil conservation program. 2 to establish Good demonstrations on soil conservation practices. 3 to have trained men available to assist in a program of erosion control and proper land use. 4 to secure increased adoption of soil conservation practices so As to have a More stable and secure farm income. 5 to increase the net farm income on Pettis county farms through the adoption of Good soil conservation practices coordinated with Good farm management. The school will consist of nine periods on the following subjects soils and soil Fertility land use for feed production land use for forestry and wild life contour farming and strip cropping terracing Gully control structures farm Ponds and farm management. The second Day of the training school will held next thursday March 23. A dads inight at Pat meet officers elected by Ashin ton group Friday Parent teacher association held its annual a a dad a night in the school auditorium Friday night. Rev. Walter p. Arnold of the East Sedalia Baptist Church and Richard Keenan were the guest speakers. They jointly discussed the topic a modern goals for or. Keenan expressed the belief that a we must Chart a goal for an Ideal if we re to have an objective. We can compare our goals of democracy with the goals of other countries possibly the goals Aims and desires of the individual in a non democratic form of government Are the same As ours but their right to think and act has been censored. The circumstances of their Circle the Center in which they i pc is bounded by their protests. It is our american privilege to have Lincoln a quotation a by the people for the people of the people a for our heritage. We Lia be the privilege to write speak and worship As we desire. Just As sure As Spring symbolizes the eternal resurrection we can again and again realize the might of Lincoln a statement to have to be. To act to speak. Goals Are a a it of even y individual As Well As a part of every organization. Mothers and fathers Are considered teachers of the world. They have their goal it they Are the character builders of the world and if they want a better world they must grow a better world that is the aim of the Parent teacher movement. A teachers have goals likewise Hildien. They have their Aims and desires and goals and be worked out cooperatively. Alloi a animations churches and civic clubs have their goals and it is one of Rev Arnold in speaking of Juhase of the topic a modern goals citizenship stated a we have a need for goals for every one for parents teachers children and . We must have objectives and Aims and they must be harmonized for better citizen a ship in our Community. We must see the for molding the minds of children into the right kind of Aims and goals. All children hav e ambitions but these must be guided. We have now three Active working goals the Home the school and the Church. These Are our principal characters or foundation factors that today Are in Progress. Outside of these we have the commercial and social organizations. The major influence is welded by the radio the movies and the printed Page. These must be investigated if we would be world character builders and moulders of children. We must know and demand a High Standard of the screen the printed Page and the radio if we re to follow our goals for a better citizenship. Our schools and our Homes and our All have ideals but it is necessary to be Alert to the Type of forces that do not Vvs wild a healthy influence or attitude for character building. It is necessary to sift the false from the True and establish an Ideal that is in accordance with character building. We must realize a common Ideal we must find common meeting ground if Vve would pursue a common objective. We have the a american Way to work with. We have five ideals of american democracy that Are carried through the school the Home and the Church. They Are namely 1. General welfare of All must be concerned. 2. Civil . 3. Consent of the government. 4. Pursuit of happiness. 5. Appeal to reason. We do these three methods 1 recognize the facts. 2 Public discussion and forums. 3 definite Opportunity for action. A these Are considered the a american was of maintaining our citizenship and these Are the ideals and goals of citizenship that we wish to officers elected the business meeting was presided Over by mrs. William Reed president. Officers for next year were elected. They Are As follows president mrs. A Erett Momberg first vice president mrs. James Atkinson second vice president mrs. Joe Smetana third vice president mrs. John Rose Secretary mrs. Howard Maye treasurer miss Francis Garman. The Washington school orchestra played Corona overture by Mccaughey under the direction of miss Marian Smith. Rev. Arnold led the Community singing. Three songs. A maims of the p. T. A.�?�, a up. T. A. Philosophy and a the lore we get the devotional was Given by w. L. Fuqua. R. M. 0\ Estreet and son Bobby played two piano duets polish dance and deep purple. A play entitled a the editor in chief was Given by a group of fathers and teachers from Washington association under the direction of Jack Olds As chairman. The cast included the following Emory Ellsworth Pete Swift Everett Momberg Guy Vilmer Donald Gantert. J. W. Atkinson l. O. Mcatee William Reed de Davis and Ernest Morrow a teacher in Washington school. Concluding the program refreshments were served in the cafeteria. schedule of Public health nurse the weekly schedule of miss Elizabeth Guy Public health nurse follows monday Sedalia. Tuesday staff conference at Higginsville. Wednesday regional conference at Higginsville. Thursday immunization clinic at Green Ridge being conducted by the or. H. A. Hite of Green Ridge. Friday Sedalia syphilis clinic at Saha Tion army Temple. Saturday office hours. This $25 Spring suit tells the Story of the entire store look at these $25 Spring suits and Tell us frankly if you Ever saw More real style goodness packed into a $40 garment. And its the same thru out the store. In Ever size. In every sport jacket. Pair of Slacks suit or shirt there is More stuff in the seams than it seems from a Price View. We find it a highly successful policy to Surprise our customers at the very time when it Surprise is most a when the Man looks Down at the Price ticket. Spring suits $16.50 to $30 new sport sweaters $1 to $2.95 Wal mans menus Quality clothes Good insurance is not cheap. Cheap insurance is not Good. We have the Best. Insure with us. We. H. Carl 309 South Ohio. Phone 291. Better times ahead improved vision brings better health increased efficiency and greater enjoyment of life. Make your own a better times by having your eyes carefully examined. Or. George to Lively or. Lawrence s. Geiser optometrists Herbert a. Seifert optician 110 e. Third St. Sedalia. To. Transient to jail Onvy vagrancy charge Tom Carroll a transient picked up at the Missouri Kansas Texas depot Friday a ening sentenced to Twenty Days in the county jail saturday afternoon on a charge of vagrancy. He pleaded guilty to magistrate c w. Bunte sitting As sex offi Cio Justice of the peace. At meet of managers John Cameron manager of the Goodyear tire store returned Friday Moi Ning from Akron Ohio where a meeting of All of the Goodyear store managers was held. Petition is filed to annul marriage petition to annual marriage was filed in the circuit court today by John d. Stratton a minor represented by Anna Mae Stratton. Against Lavon Stratton. Fred f. Wesner is the attorney for the plaintiff. They were married on november ,12. 1938. In Warrensburg. The is set for the May term of court. Mrs. Brunkhorst improved mrs. De Brunkhorst of route 3, Sedalia who has been ill the last two us weeks is improving at the m. H. Parker Home 1624 South Barrett Avenue. Luau Elifia Furnace repairing on All makes a a a vacuum Furnace cleaning expertly done Call 1991 Central Coal a heating co. . Have a a Moe of Eolos Dolce a 1 i for details and a information phone 1581 Bill Hert eni to up a Vout Archias a sure seeds grow farm amp Garden seeds Nursery Stock Shade Trees vegetable plants Supply your Spring needs now during our Spring opening Vigoro new Low the Complete fertilizer for your Lawn Archias Evergreen Lawn seed. The finest grass mixture for this Section. 35c�?z 3 n is Archias Shady Nook Lawn mixture Fine for Shady 35c lawns la lbs $1 prices 5 is. 45c 10 lbs. 85c �?�25 lbs. $1.45 50 lbs. $2.35 i 9 100 lbs. $3.85 a Vigoro la is g.vr0en� a Lowers shr Bafry tiits Rose Bushes red radiance pres. Hoover Sunburst Pink radiance autumn Talisman Lawn Lime special 50 lbs.50c 100 lbs.85c Archias Garden and Lawn fertilizer Kentucky Blue grass 28 in. Seed a ism Uris finest in it $1.00 special 25 lbs. 50 lbs. 100 lbs. 500 lbs. $ 1.25 $ 2.00 $ .3.50 .$15.00 2 year Field grown each for 1 All other leading j varieties at special prices fruit Trees peach Trees 255, 5 for $1.00 Apple Trees 2 year 29� a. 4 for $1.00 Cherry Trees 2 year 49�e, 3 for $1.45 mail orders filled promptly Pear Trees 45c a. .3 for $1.25 Plum Trees 39c 3 for $1.10 asparagus Root 2 year 25 49e rhubarb Root 2 year 2 a. 25c 12 for $1.00 special Strawberry plants Dunlop Blakemore Aroma 200 for $1.00 25 Gem overbearing free for your farm korean Les Pedreza at special prices red Clover $�1.25 per by. Sweet Clover we Hite Blossom $ 4 .35 per by. Archias seed store Kentucky Blue grass $1 a .50 per ii 100 lbs. Timothy a .35 i per by. Seed Oats should be treated with Ceres an la. 70c 5 lbs. $3 106-8 e. Mail Sedalia to

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