Did Ya Know?.. Stones Throw Theatre, 796 S. Stone Lane, will hold auditions for "Lost in Yonkers", on Sun., Aug 28, and Mon., Aug 29 at the theatre, 6:00 pm both nights. .Cold readings. Parts are 4 male (2 younger teens); 3 female roles. 358-9665
Did Ya Know?.. Singles Reaching Out - West meet on Friday Aug. 26 at 6 pm at Lucky J Steakhouse. Join us for dinner. Call 417-246-5604 or 417-388-3038 for info
Better to have loved a short girl than never to have loved a tall.
"You must give up coffee and--"
"I never drink it Doctor."
"And stop smoking."
"I dont smoke."
"Humph! thats bad. If you havent anything to give up, Im afraid I cant do much for you."
"Well, Joe, Ill tell you how it is. You see, I married a widow, and this widow had a daughter. Then my farther, being a widower, married our daughter, so you see my father is my own son-in-law."
"Yes, I see."
"The again my step-daughter is my step-mother, aint she? Well, then, her mother is my grand-mother , aint she? I am married to her , aint I? So that makes me my own grandfather, doesnt it?"
Married Saturday Night.
Charles Glick and Miss Bowhart were married Saturday evening at 8 oclock at the residence of Mr. Hubbard on Elm street by Elder George Barnhart. The newly married couple attended the closing performance of the Howard DeVoss Co.s engagement at the Grand after the ceremony.
Homer F. Pitts and wife drove down from Jasper today on a shopping expedition. Mr. Pitts is in the drug business at Jasper. He attended college here and is as well known in Carthage as at home. He and his brother, Leon J. Pitts, are preparing to build neat cottages a block apart at Jasper.
S. H. Lanyon, of Sedalia, has rented the McMillan house on South Maple street and the family is now here. Mr. Lanyon is interested in smelters at Pittsburg, Kansas, and came here on account of the excellence of our schools.
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