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THE lOLA REGISTER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1976 PAGE 3 ANN LANDERS SAYS Affair shatters husband Dear Ann Landers: I have a problem that has destroyed my desire to live or work. For 20 years I have been a dedicated husband and father, My relationship with my wife was built on love and devotion. It's almost as we have been on a honeymoon all these years. My Wife was a virgin when we married and I would have trusted her anywhere with anyone. My coh- fidence was completely shattered six months ago when I discovered by accident that she was carrying on an affair with another man. This was bad enough, but when I learned she was paying for the motel rooms with the money I worked so hard to earn, it was more than I could stand. My wife has begged me to forgive her — promised it will never happen again, but I am so hurt I just can't seem to forgive and forget as you have advised so often in your column. I haven't made love to her in six months and I don't want anyone else. The only way our marriage will ever get back to where it was is if my wife goes before our minister and renews the vows she had.broken. In order for this to have real meaning she would have to .offer to do it on her own. I don't want the idea to come from me. You could help us both by Twenty-five years ago December 14,1951 A supper and Christmas party 'for employees of Arbuckle's garage and the members of the Hill-billy band were held yesterday evening at the Kelley Hotel. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. A, W. Cuppy, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Buller, Arthur Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Arbu'ckle, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Arbuckle, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Sani Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Tod Canatsey, Mr. and Mrs. Qiff Harding, Mr. and Mrs. Ed . Trowbridge, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Clendenen, Mrs. A. E. Gibson and Miss Delores Van Meter. v, . l\Iiss Joan Taylor, daughter of Mrs. H. Norman Drake and a senior at Stephens College at Columbia, Mo., was recently elected Miss Kansas of the college. printing this letter and making a few comments. Sign me — Needing Assistance Dear Needing: If an idea is a good one, what difference does it make where it comes from? If your wife sees this column she'll know it came from you. So what? I strongly recommend that you renew your vows together. "This procedure is not uncommon on anniversaries. Let the past bury its dead or you'll never have peace of mind. Dear Ann Landers: I'm a 10-year- old girl who has never written to you before because I thought I was too young. Well now I have a serious problem and I may still be too young but I am writing anyway. I am worried about a neat boy in'my room at school. Whenever I look at him vhe starts to eat paper and erasers. The teacher says it is because he likes me and he is ju&t showing off. I am afraid if he keeps this up he will get sick and die and it will be my fault. What should I do about this problem? — Worried Girl Dear Girl: Nothing. Don't reward his crazy behavior- by letting him know you are worried. If he finds out he might start to drink ink. Be pleasant when he acts normal. When he goes in for the funny stuff pay no attention to him whatsoever. Dear Ann Landers: Will you please settle another family argument? You'd think the answer to this question could be looked up somewhere but we can't find it. Please tell us who pays for the groom's gold wedding band when there's a dduble-ring ceremony?. Thank you. — Uninformed Dear Un: The bride. Confidential to All Victims or Relatives of Victims Who Suffer from Ataxia (A hereditary nerve degenerative disorder): Please contact the National Ataxia Foundation, 4225 Golden Valley Road, Minneapolis, Minn. 55422. This organization needs to know who and where the victims are so they can give assistance. TELEVISION SCHEDULE Channel 7 Daytime 6:50—Today in Agriculture 6:55—Exercise With AAar- lyce 7:00—Today Show 7:25—Today in Four States 8:25—Exercise With AAar- lyce 9:00—Sanfor.d & Son 9:30—Hollywood Squares 10:00—Wheel of Fortune 10:30—Stumpers 11:00—50 Grand Slam 11:30—AAelody AAatinee 11:55—NBC Midday News 12:00—Newseven 12:30—Days of Our Lives 1:30—The Doctors 2:00—Another World 3:00—Somerset 3:30—Family Affair 4:00—Little Rascals 4:-30—Brady Bunch 5:00—AAy Three Sons 5:30—NBC Nightly News 6:00—Newseven—Early Edition hvening Tuesday December 14 6:30—Name That Tune 7:00—Hungry World Telethon 12:00—Tomorrow 12:30—Family Feud 1:00—$20,000 Pyramid 1:30—One Life to Live 2:15—General Hospital 3:00—Edge of Night 3:30—Gilligan's Island 4:00—Adam 12 4:30—Marcus Wei by M.D. 5:30—ABC News 6:00—News Watch Wednesday December IS 6:30—World of Animals 7:00—John Davison Christmas Show 8:00—Dean AAartin Roast 9:00 —Mac Davis Christmas Special 10:00—Newseven 10:30—Tonight Show 12:00—Tomorrow Evening Channel. 12 Daytime 7:00—Good Mojming America 9:00—Donahue 10:00—Ryan's Hope 10:30—Happy Days 11:00—Don Ho Show 11:30—All My Children 12:00—News Watch Tuesday December 14 6:30—Buck Owens 7:008.Year Without Santa 8: OO^John . Denver Christmas 9:00—Barbara Walters Special 10:00—News Watch 10;30rrxPerry Mason 11:30—Movie V. 00—Sign Off Wec^nesday DecemberlS 6:30—Treasure Hunt 7:00r-Bionic Woman 8:00—Baretta 9:00—Charlie's Angels 10:00—News Watch 10:30—Perry Mason . 11:30—The Rookies iMBBjiil The red-nosed reindeer popular in any language (Contributions to the Forum must be' signed. Names will be omitted on request only if there might be danger of retribution to the wi-iter. Typed letters should be DOUBLE SPACED. The Register reserves the right to reject or edit any letter.) Society deadlines: Meeting summaries, 48 hours after events; calendar announcements, three days in advance of meeting; and wedding accounts with photos, 10 days after ceremony. Tuesday LaHarpe Masonic Lodge, election of officers and Installation, 7:30 p.m. Big Creek EHU, Mrs. Harold McNeal. Creative Arts Club Christmas gift ex- chante. 7 p.m., ACCJC. Louise Giffin Circle of the First Bapttst Church meets at 7:30 with Mrs. Lloyd Peters. LaLeche League, 7:30 p.m., AAary Ann Dvorachek, 709 N. First. lola Lions, 6:30 p.m., Menegay's North. American Legion Auxiliary, 7:30 p.m., Townhouse. lola Jaycees, 23V2 E. AAadison, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Presbyterian Church, 7 p.m. Visitors welcome. Allen County Chapter of American Association of Medical Assistants, Christmas party and gift exchange, 7 p.m., 54 Restaurant. Wednesday Allen County Hospital Auxiliary workshop,^-11 a.m., Townhouse. Goodwill Club, dinner at Perry's Restaurant, 1 p.m. AAeetIng and gift exchange following at Mrs. Elmer Belknap's home. St. Timothy's Episcopal Guild, Christmas luncheon, Menegay's North, 1 p.m. Special Class, 9-11 a.m.. Community Action Center. Social Security representative. North Community Building, 10 a.m.-l p.m. Thursday After Five EHU, Townhouse, covered dish supper, 6:30. Guest night. Better Homebuilders Unit, Christmas party, Townhouse, 7 p.m. Mrs. Leia Cassius, hostess. lola Chapter No. 8, RAM, annual convocation and election of officers, 7:30 p.m. AAasonic Temple. lola Council No. 8, R8tSM, annual convocation and election of officers, 8 p.m. AAasonic Temple. First Baptist Church circles meet at 1:30 p.m. as follows: Dorothy Lincoln with Mrs. Everett Shepherd; Patricia Coats with Mrs. Rex Hobbs; Doris Wiseman with Mrs. Albert Alexander. Babysitter provided. Deer Creek Happy Hour Club meets with Mrs. Vera Ulrich. Wesley UMW groups meet 2 p.m.: Rachel, Mrs. Jessie Smith; Ruth; Mrs. J. D. Corpolongo; Sarah, Mrs. Philip Brodmerkle. Deborah Group meets 6:30 p.m. at the church for covered dish dinnerj program at 7:15 p.m. Special Class bowling, 1:30 p.m. Public Health Dept. Family Planning Clinic, 9-11 a.m., 221 S. Jefferson. Call 3655514 for appointment. lota Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, Janet McCrate, 7:30 p.m. Social Order of Beauceant, 7:30 p.m., AAasonic Temple. Installation of officers. IHS Christmas Concert, 8 p.m., Bowlus Fine Arts Center. Rl OS Church women meet at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Vincent Heath. Friday Gas EHU at ACCJC for dinner meeting, 11:30 a.m. Remember gift exchange. Fire fatal to singer LOS ANGELES (AP) — Actor Jack Cassidy died Sunday when flames and smoke swept through his apartment. He was 49. Cassidy was a singer, comedian and dramatic actor who had appeared on Broadway, television and in movies. Bargains galore are in store for lola Register Readers. THE lOLA REGISTER Published five afternoons a week and Saturday morrfings, except AAemorial Day, New Year's Day, July Fourth, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas, bylhe lola Register Publishing Company, Inc. P O. Box 451, Zip 66749. Area Code 316 Dial 365 2111 Second class postage paid at lola, Kansas. Emerson Lynn Jr., Editor and Publisher. Artember Associated Press. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to use tor publication of all the local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP news dispatches. Subscription rates by carrier in lola, convenient monthly rate, S2.60. By carrier in LaHarpe, Humboldt, Yates Center, AAoran and Colony, S2.40 per month. By mail in Allen and Adjoining Counties; One year, S17..00; six months, S10.00; three months, S7.00; one month, S3.00. By mail outside Allen and Adjoining Counties: One year, §22.00; six months, 512.00; one month, S3.00. Above prices are subject to 3 per cent sales tax where applicable. Postal regulations require subscriptions to be paid in advance. NEW YORK (AP) — Johnny Marks remembers a visit to a Japanese bath in Tokyo, four or five years ago. "... And there you have these girls who give you a bath. And I was having this bath and this girl was scrubbing my back, and what do I hear? Dum di da-dum di dum-dum. And I turned to her and I says, 'What are you singing?' "She looked at me in utter scorn. 'Don't you know (squeaky mock- Japanese) "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer"?'" Does Johnny Marks know that song? He wrote it — 27 years and 113 Townhouse caroled by Girl Scouts • . Girl Scout Troop 76 caroled residents of the Townhouse Monday afternoon. Leaders Dixie Quincy, Leslie Beard, Joan Miller and Holly Goodwin took the 24 girls to the Townhouse. The girls then presented each resident with a twirling Christmas tree which they had made. The group returned to their meeting place at the Presbyterian Church for cocoa and cookies. million records ago. "I don't think there's ever been a record that catapulted itself like that one," muses the trim, 67-year-old composer. "It's the only one I know of that became No. 1 on the country charts, on the pop charts, in the jukeboxes." Johnny Marks became an overnight hero to millions in 1949, though few knew his name. He's a hero today, still behind the scenes. Millions will hear his biggest hit in countless tongues. Millions will see three Christmas specials on TV — Johnny Marks wrote all the music. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was just telecast for the 13th year in a row. It was 1948. Tin Pan Alley. Nearly a decade earlier, Robert L. May had written the "Rudolph" story in Chicago as a Christmas giveaway for his employer, Montgomery Ward and Co. '-'-I wrote it," recalls Johnny Marks, "easily one of the worst songs ever written. It was just terrible. I threw that away, and the following year, I rewrote it. And that is the song you know today. "I can sing it for you. The first one went, 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, had a ve?y shiny nose." But that's a terrible tune. (It only resembles the well-known smash hit.) "Now what happened is, a year later, I'm walking along the street, it's never happened before, I started to hum. Dum di da-dum di dum-dum. You see, what I'm doing is inverting the notes, instead of going down, I'm going up." Out went demonstration records — to Dinah Shore, Bing Crosby "all the top artists of the day, including Gene Autry. What's great about this, I did not know this man (Autry), I had no relation with him. "He got the record at his office,' played it over, and took it home with seven other songs to pick four for his next record session. "He decided not to do 'Rudolph'. He said, 'I didn't feel it fit my image.' But his wife said, 'Gee, I think "Rudolph the Re;3-Nosed Reindeer" is one of the greatest songs I ever heard. Put it on one side of the record for me, put what you think are the hits on the other.' "And of course, the rest is history." Johnny Marks looks and plays the part. Trim white goatee, mellow cigar. He taps his foot as he hums through a tune. Home is in Greenwich Village, "a little yard in the back." His office probably hasn't changed much in the last quarter-century. He set up St. Nicholas Music Cd. to publish "Rudolph," and he's concentrated on Christmas songs since. I Children host birthday celebration for Mike Kinzle A family birthday party was given for Mike J. Kinzle Sunday night, Dec. 12, at his home by his children and grandchildren. Attending his 86th birthday party were Les and Lorraine Hulett and daiighters Terri and Bobbie of Garnett, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kinzle, lola, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Kinzle and Kerri of Chanute, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Kinzle and David, lola, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Kinzle, lola, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Kinzle, Lisa and Lloyd of Chanute, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kinzle, lola; Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Gumfory, Eric and Tamara, lola, Debbie and Chi Clark,'lola, Joe and Roxy Peters of lola, Kenneth Kinzle, lola, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Kinzle, Lisa, Danny Jr. , ' and Mitihelle of Shelbina, Mo., Mr. • ' and Mrs. 'Floyd Kinzle, David and' Terry Kinzle, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Silvia and Mora, Mrs. Sarah Ware and Ivan Brewer, all of lola. Those calling were Mr. and Mrs. Don Kinzle, Cucamonga, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hulett of Rogers, Ark. For her: Nina Ricci bonus gift to make her life more fun UNMOUNTED DIAMONDS 1/4 CARAT 1/3 CARAT 5/8 CARAT 1 CARAT $110.00 $180.00 $440.00 $810.00 JONES JEWELRY EAST SIDE lOLA SQUARE ACROSS 1 Energy unit 1 Test 8 Montreal world's fair 12 Jesus monogram 13 Pantomime 14 Breckenridge 15 Offer 16 Coffin stand 17 Money opening 18 Entangle 20 Pallet 22 CIA predecessor 23 Russian river 25 Pinch 27 Teel 30 Scented bag 33 Essay 34 Calif, valley 36 Whet 37 One (Get.) 39 Fiddling emperor 41 Negatives 42 Triangles 44 Earliest born 46 Electrified particle 47 Small whirlpool 48 Spasm 50 King Answer to Previous Puzzle 52 Baseball nickname 56 State (Fr.) 58 Japanese volcano 60 Written avowal of a debt 61 Outer (prefix) 62 Scandinavian god 63 Babylonian deity 64 Lose hair 65 Covered with figures , 66 Compass point s H 1 R E E S P B • n c E T U S O A R D 1 T 0 N S E T N N E L E E T E A S E S S 11 LR 0 BCl 0 s E s S E N 1 •O L E E T C E R B BD E D A R E R 1 B BO ^ • E G O S O S B [o D V T s H A K E N A B L E3 E A U Is H A W L E A El E S T IK 0 R E A E N B R H 0 |s E E D Y « E • DOWN Chin shields Not fat Farm agency (abbr.) 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