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Moberly Monitor Index (Newspaper) August 31, 1939, Moberly, Missouri PACT “TEN MONITOR INDEX AND DEMOCRAT, MOBEHLY, MO; THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 81, HIGBBB; Aug. Hattie Farrah has resigned as English teacher In the Higbee High school, to accept a post as Latin Instructor at Shelbina. Her suc cessor here has not yet been ap pointed. BERLIN, Aug. 31 Six raen were killed and a number of mail bags burned when the Ger man Berlin London night mail plane crashed shortly after taking off from Hanover last night. The dead were all crew mem bers. The plane was named ”Karl Hocmuth.” CORONER FINDS IN MAN’S CLOTHING BETHANY, Mo., Aug. 31 (IP) Coroner Joe E. Wheeler found several gold certificates of the type called in by the federal government a years the clothing of W. W. Graham, 73, of BJythedale. Graham died yesterday. The mon ey was brought to a Bethany bank. SCHOOL TO OPEN MONDAY AT PARJS Here’s lovely Ann Sheridan, star of the Warner Bros. First National picture Speedway” going for a spin in Emory Collln’s record breaking race car. “Indianapolis Speedway” appears afc the Grand Theatre on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 1 2. Co starred in the picture are John Payne and Pat O’Brien. Emory Collins, recently titled “World Dirt track Champion” by the International Motor Con test Ass’n. is also featured. Increase in Enrollment Is Predicted; 3 New Teachers; Buildings Improved ____ PARIS, Aug. Paris High School will open Monday with one of the largest enroll ments in the history of the school predicted. The additional bus services offered by the district together with a large graduating class from the rural districts last spring, account for the expected increase in enrollment. Superintendent A. R. Gwynn Swarovski Crystals will again head the school, He will teach Missouri history and high school geography. Miss Alma Vaughn will act as principal and teacher of English. The Rev. H. M, Hunt will head the music de partment, which in the last year has gained much prominence in Northeast Missouri. Daniel Watt will teach vocations’ agin culture; Miss Lillian Baker, physical edu cation for, girls and English; Miss Louise Ball, social science; Miss Pauline Bartholomew, commerce; Leo Patison, boys’ physical educa tion, mathematics and science; Mrs. Margaret Rigg, librarian, Miss Pauline Gillette of Prince ton, Mo., is the only new teacher and she will head the vocational home economics department, There will be two new teachers in the grade school. Richard Ha3’den of Kirks vine is the new grade principal, and Miss Geraldine Stewart is the newly elected teacher for the sixth grade. Miss Elsie Gerster will teach grades four and five; Miss Margaret Powers, grades two and three; and Mrs. Corrine Rice, grade one. 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The one from Santa Fe will be driven by Lee Miller, the one running di rectly south of Paris will be driv en by Dean Turner, and the one southwest of Paris’ by Harry Mason. Mack Ransdell will op erate two bus routes north of Paris, The buildings of the Paris high school and grade school have been completely repainted and redeco rated during the summer. New lights have been placed in the rooms and corridors of the grade school building. New free texts in the grades, together with the new heating plant and other improvements in side and outside the building add to the comfort and attractive ness of the grade school, The stone bleachers, with capa city for seating 600 persons, have been completed. ARMSTRONG Hamilton Brown Plant to Be Sold On September 12 ST. LOUIS, Aug. 31. big sunlight plant of the de funct Hamilton Brown Shoe Com pany will be put up at public sale here Sept. 12, but William H. Kil loren, trustee in bankruptcy, hopes to find one buyer for all the outstatc factories at Colum bia, Poplar Bluff, Boonville and Union. A group of Columbia business men met with Killoren here yes terday to discuss purchase of the plant there. “I cannot accept an Kil loren said, until after the sunlight plant sale when a decision will be made to sell the factories separ ately or as a whole. “We would like to sell all these plants together to some growing concern” he said. “We’re interest ed in having these plants reopen ed so the workers in these locali ties may be recmployed.” A sixth factory of the Hamil ton Brown group is located in East St. Louis, 111. 5c Genuine LILLY CO. BETA! IN Comp. Caps Bot. 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The Missouri auxiliary women enrolled members, an increase of and 113 .06 per cent of their 1939 quota. 25 to 28. Pension Checks Average JEFFERSON CITY, Aug. 31 state social security commission today released in September old age pen sions to av erage of per pensioner. The allotment was more than that for August and the av check increased four cents. There were 389 mdre recipients this month. Yesterday tbe commission an nounced a sharply reduced Sep tember direct relief allotment and at the same time disclosed that almost less cases would par ticipate in September relief. The allotment amounted to a decrease of from August. ______________________ t MRS. KATE POLLARD BURIED YESTERDAY NEAR STOUTSVILLE (Continued From Page 8) G uards, returned home Sunday from Camp Clark at Nevada, where they have been encamped for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs, Albert Green spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Kirtay of Fayette. Mrs. C. A. Kraus had as her guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Eubank of Clifton Hill, Mrs. Fell Gooch of Salisbury and Mrs. Wal lace and. Mrs. Roberts of Roan oke. Miss Violet Finnell has been employed to teach in the Bos worth High School. She is a sis ter of Mrs. Edgar Pemberton. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Green of Glasgow were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs; Albert Green. Mrs, Harry Jones and son, Harry. Jr., of Kansas City “are spending a two week vacation with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Yancey and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Green. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hurt of Clifton Hill, Miss Nannie Garner and George Snoddy visited in Marshall Sunday afternoon witn the latter’s aunt, Mrs. Mary A. Denny, who is 103 years old. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose and daughter of Moberly and Mrs. E, E. Hurt of Clifton Hill spent Saturday in the Geo. Snoddy home. The Methodist Sunday School classes of Ova Warford and Mrs. Lewis Miller and invited guests attended the state fair at Sedalia Thursday, There were 22 young people in the group and they were accompanied by Mr. ana Mrs. Ova Warford. Twenty seven members of the Baptist Church attended the state( fair in Sedalia Thursday. The trip was made in William Woods’ truck. The young people were ac companied by Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace and Mrs. B. B. Briggs. Miss Anna Brown Fugate re_ turned home Friday night from Golden, 111., where she had spent the past month visiting friends. Mrs. Agnes Montgomery and Paul Trester were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Moore in Salisbury over the Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Chapman of Tulsa, Mrs. Annie Shores and Miss Anna Jane Majors of Mt, Airy were guests Sunday of Mrs. Nannie Thompson and Wal ter Mrs. M. E. Allen is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Howard Allen in Roan oke this week during the absence of Mr. and Mrs, Holland Fergu son, who are on vacation in Colo rado. and Mrs. Geo. Bradley were visiting in Yates Sunday after noon with her brother, John Swet nam. and Mrs. J. A. Pyle had as guests over the week end Mr. Pyle’s daughter and son in law, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Green, and family of Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reed of Mo berly visited the first of the week with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pyle and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pyle and fam ily Mr, and Mrs. Houghtori of Ren. ick and Mrs. Hardin jof Centralia spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pyle. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Maupm and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Garvin were in St. Louis Sunday. They were accompanied by Carol Lee Kep ner, who had been visiting grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Deem had as guests over the week end: Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Guess of Lohrville, la., and Mr. and Mrs. Yates Ken yon and daughters, Janet and Evelyn, of Ames, la. Miss Iva Belle Guess, who had been spend ing the past two weeks here, turned home with her parents. Norris Preston, who has been employed1 by the Prairie Pipe Line Co. of Knoxville, 111., for the past six years, has been transferred to Centralia. He and his family will move there about the fir si of September, Miss Anna of Fayette will leave Saturday for Mexico, where she has been employed to j teach in the high school. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Marsall, who have spent tbe summer with rel atives here and at Madison, will return Saturday to their home in St. Louis. GAFFORDS F1LTAIRE The new discovery for con stant relief of hay fever, ex trenscas tma. Only Fresh, Juicy RE toy COUPON Tooth Paste and 25c DuPont Tooth Brush Both COUPON Expert Truss Fitting Elastic.’. OT Spring Trusses Spring First Aid SpetiuJ 2 in. x 10 . yd Bandage and by o yd. services for Mrs. Kate Blanton Pollard, who died at Macon, were held near Stoulsville yesterday. The funeral had been held at Ma con earlier. Mrs. Pollard was born in How ard County in 1861, the daughter of B. F. and Harriett Blanton. She was married in 1882 to the Rev. James Christy Pollard, Bap List minister at Paris. Surviving her are four children, Mrs. Henry Carson, Jr., Green wich, Conn., Mrs. L. E. Mason, Amarillo, Tex., R. B. Pollard, Memphis, Tenn., and B. F. Pol lard, Texarkana, Tex.; one sister, Miss Lillie Blanton, Paris, and five brothers, H. J., D. “E. and An derson Blanton of Paris, and Charles and Dr. Frank Blanton of Sikeston. CRISMAN SCHOOL PLANS HOMECOMING Crisman School, five miles west of Jacksonville, will observe its fourth annual Homecoming pro o ram Sunday, September 17. All former pupils and teachers are being urged to attend. A basket dinner will be served at noon and prizes will be awarded the oldest teacher and oldest pupil present, Robber Is Slain By St. Louis Officer EAST ST. 31. Joseph Le Compte, 29, who took in cash from a bank book keeper in a daylight, street hold up, was slain in a g un duel with Patrolman Leonard L. Morrison yesterday. Trapped in a coal shed three blocks from the scene of the hold up, Le Compte fired twice at Morrison. The officer, at a dis tance of three feet, emptied his service revolver at Le Compte. who was hit four times. He died instantly. One bullet passed through Mor rison’s coat. NEARLY 11 MILLION STILL UNEMPLOYED NEW YORK, Aug. 31 National Industrial Conference Board reported today national un employment increased from in June to in July, a jump of 3.5 per cent. In July, 1938, the board said, there were unemployed. Total employment dropped from in June to last month. The largest losses were in agriculture, manufacturing and trade, distribution and finance, the board said. Gains were report ed in construction, transportation and service industries. BETTJRNS FROM CHICAGO Mrs. Edwin Wilcox, 413 North Morley street, returned yesterday afternoon from Chicago, where she was called four weeks ago by the serious illness of a sister, Mrs. Winifred MacRae. Mrs. MacRae was improving when Mrs. Wilcox left. HIGBEE Mr, and Mrs. Joe Jones and son, Richard, came Wednesday from Superior, Wyo., having been called here on account of the serious illness of his father, W. R. Jones. They were accompan ied by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dus enberry and son, James. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Burton at tended the Sedalia fair Thursday. Mrs. Leona Walton was taken to the Van Ravensway clinic at Boonville for examina tion. Misses Norma Rosella and Vir ginia Pitney, who are attending the summer session at Central College, Fayette, spent the week end here with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Randolph returned Monday from a week end visit at DesMoines, Iowa, with their son, Francis, and fam ily Bobby Summers returned to his home in Kansas City Satur day, after a few days visit with his cousin, Walter Davies, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lanham and children of Brunswick Sunday here, the guest of Ella Houtz. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cleeton of Jefferson City visited Higbet friends during the week. Thomas Hackward, Jr., was in Columbia Thursday making ar rangements to attend the univer sity this fall. Mrs. Arthur Hoitzclaw return ed home Monday after several weeks visit with her daughters. The farm nome of Arnold E. Tucker was destroyed by Wednesday morning. Cecil Lay, son, Charles, and Mrs. Mary Lay returned home Tuesday from a two weeki visit in the Ozarks. FIRE IN NEBRASKA LOUP CITY, Neb., Aug.31 ( SP) razed a quarter block in the business district here early to day, causing damage estimated by Fire Chief William Zodelimal at The heavies loser was the Spelts Hansen Co. Officials estimated their loss at I Sale! New Fall Colors! Ringless Chiffons f 42″ Busy autumn days Swarovski Crystals need stockings made to give long wear. Glamorous silk, rein forced at heel and toe with sturdy mercerized cotton. Perfect full fashioned fit. Wards Regular 98c School Shoes at a Safe The brown square toe> oxfords they like! Their sturdy compo sition, soles wear I Get foa’dy for School Sale! Girls9 Dresses for ?T 54! Checks, plaids, DUTCH GIRL frocks (panties for the Full skirts. Washable percales. Wards Fall Stock Up So let 79c I ongwears Reduced to 64 81×99 snow white muslin sheets firmly woven for extra wear. Safe I 42×36 Longwear Sew School Dresses Sale i New Colonials Regularly to 14c Plaids, primary prints, bright florals to turn into dresses for teacher’s pets! Tubfast. Sharply Reduced Swarovski Crystals for 4 Days Only! v W 1 __ __ Sale! lOc Broadcloth. Make your husband new shirts, the family dress, es! Serviceable cotton in white ana colors i oo Sale Swarovski Crystals ! Unbleached Muslin, 5c economy brand, least 10 it white 1 36 8C 4C 39C 54C 47C Sale! Men’s lOe Socks! FALL PATTERNS! Lastex topped short styles? mm long styles, too Cotton and rayon mixtures. Sale! lOc Si liool Anklet O43 Lastex tops keep them neat and straight! Gay cuffs! Blazer stripes! Made of combed Sale! Fleecy do wu Singles Sale! Boys’ Mress Shirts Regularly 49c! Patterns with the snap and sparkle he likes 1 Fast color. Full cut sizes. Sale! 59c Playsiitts Sanforized shrunk! herringbone pat tern. 2 8 lor Sale! Boys’ SOc Overalls Famous “101” band overalls reduced! Sanforized shrinkproof! Heavy denim. Copper riveted. 70×80 warm, soft plaids that wash easily and well. ‘Made from choice American cotton. wear