Lovewell happenings December 5, 1946
Typical' Nurse Elizabeth C. Brooks of St. Louis, Mo., Army nurse veteran chosen "Typical American Nurse of 1946" by members of her profession; is shown at a meeting of the American Hospital Association in Philadelphia, ^a. successful representative of our slate. .A. Q. Miller called me at i Topeka one day some yeais ago and asked me if I would look at some (d' .left's W (nk and talk with him. Jeff stopped off in To))eka. A. Q. and I talked to the Kansas! City Star and persuaded the editor,' to give Jeff a tryout. The day he! came to Topeka I took him out to | the Country club foi- his first experience with a golf club. Incidentally, he l)ecame one of the best I golfers among the artists and writers bunch who made an annual tournament in Florida. He' is talented, a real wit and a iiro- lific writer. " 'Every day in tho newspaper with the largest circulation in the land, the Daily News, on the editorial page we have another Kansan —from Osage City. He is C, 1''. Baichcliu' and he must be .good (u the News wouldn't keep him. 'Patch 's' cai-toons are one of its most iiopular features and in th;; days of sloppy and modernistic tendencies in cai'toons his drawings sticji out like a sore thumb— sidendidly drawn. " 'Yesterday ginng thru Thii'd :ivcnue to keej) a luncheon engagement along the blocks between' Fifty-second and Fifty-seventh! where there aie uncountable a?'l' dealers I saw in a window a painting by a Topekaii. Fern Copiiedge. It was splepdid—^far ahead of most o( the ether pieces I saw on the way. Il gave me a thrill for this Fern Coppedge used to attend classes in the Rein-Stone School of .Art in Topeka.' "There hie many others in various fields. It was a very pretty and clever Kansas girl who plAttcd and laid out the invitation to the Albert Reid dinner which the Kansas Society in New York gave one night this week. She is Ferole Stratt(m, born in Winfield. Her father is none other than Lloyd Strattcn, Associated Press execu-! tive who began his newsjiajier ea-; leer on the Winfield Courier. i "S))eaUiiig of Albert T. Reid—| The Kansas Society of New York threvv a Jiurty for it.s only life hoiKuary member, A. T. R., at the Hotel Sheraton last WediK'sday i ^veiiing. Allen ,1. McNeal, presi- 1 dent of the society, was gridiroir master. "The party revived Walt Mason's fannms old jingle about the westeiii paintings of the gieat artists of his day wherein Albert T. Reid WHS included." Jamestowif, Mr. and Mrs. Clloton Smith and family, Lloyd Bray and ?'r. and Mrs. Grant Lovewoll. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Guise left Sunday foi- Oketo, la., to visit Mrs. Emma Guise who is ill. P.-T.A. met Wednesday night at the grade school. The scho(d )iu |)ils presented a one-act play. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Martin Dahl, Eleda and De- wayr.e and Douglas Larkins called on Nora and Inga Dahl Friday. Lynn Myei-s wlio is attending college in -Mcpherson spent the week here. Calvin Switzer of Kearney, Neb., sp-eiit Friday at Earl j^Ieyer's home. Daniel Smith spent the weekend at the H. A. Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Ceorg^e Breon and Miss d'ertrude M,s'ers <d' Portis were Thursday guests of Einil Myers and sons. Mrs. Flossie Risewick and Mis.s Hamia Hansen spent Friday in Hastings. They called on Mrs. (h'orge Self who is in Mary Laii- ring hospital recovering fr(nn in juries'received in a car accident at Guide Rock. Nob. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Amos of Man- liattan and Mrs. Hanna Hansen were Thanksgiving day guests of Miss Jean Amos. Mrs. Amos returned home with her jiiirents. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ballard and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ballard drove to Norton Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lovewell and Miss Doris Ballard. Mr. and I\Irs. (iraiit Lovewell were Sunday visitors at Sam Lovewell's. I\Ir. and Mrs. Howard Bramwell, Ronald and Junior of Elmdale visited at the Eai-1 Wurth and Jim Rogers home over the weelytend. Miss Joyce Montgomery returned from the Concoi-dia hospital Sunday. Those who had Thanksgiving dinner at the Quentin Leece home were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morris of Fornioso, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Leece, Mr. and Mrs. Donald and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Leece. «. Want ads cost hut 2 cents per word in The Telescopo.—Adv. 1 ! Rc! Tal; ; ! j I , Con\ I : ' I • i In Older Days Five Years Ago (From The Telescope, Deccmlx-r 4, 1941) A double tragedy struck t h e Eastman family here this week when Will Eastman died at his home on Sunday and his son, Glenn Eastman,, of Twin Falls, Id., died at Concordia when he was enroute to Belleville for the funeral, Charles Wohlford. formerly of Scandia, saile'l from San Francisco for Johnson Island where ! I 1 Crum\ i i I ! Belle: ; j I I ' I Look By A. C. 1. How often is the design changed on U. S. Coins'; 2. How many cubic inches are there in one cubic foot'.' 3. What precious stone ranks next to the diamond in hardness'? 4. Who was the taller, Washington or Lincoln'.' .T. Wliat are the tv.'o largest tributaries of the Mississippi River •.' (J. In which state are more than .50 per cent of American cigarettes produced'.' 7. What are the smallest known living things'.' 8. What should a baby weigh at the end of its first year'? '.). Which is greater, a liter or a quart'.' H). What country issued a stamp with the picture of a dog! Lovewell MISS Pausy Wlruth Dec. 2 —Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson and -son, Dwight, snent Thanksgiving at the C. C. Marrs home. Mrs. Sterling Mobley of Manhattan is spending A few days witii her parents, Mr. .upd Mrs. Dick HeldL Mr. and Mia. Earl Wurth enter- ita.ined at Thanksgiving dinner Mr. Hild , (^^j||:l«ii IgatLction uf 1. The law states not oftener than once in 25 years. 2. 1728 cubic inches. 3. Sapphire. . 4. Lintohi. 5. Missouri and Ohio Rivers. »j. North'Carolina. 7. Bacteria. 8. Three times its weight at birth. 9. A liter, which contains 1.05457 j U. S. quarts. 10. Newfoundland. 11. 4.3 p$r cent.