Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 14, 1927 · Page 2
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1 ^5^'- TV ALL DA¥ THE SCIf. All day the sun has llngerekl heriC . where where we ; subject of the lesson given by Mrs. Stood apeechlcss .T hopeless, tremh^ Florence Jjongahore* at a meeting .ling, band ib hand, Attdawn. -You'^go the far ways of Uie sea, : But I "remain a wanderer ou the , - aand. Content to dream of what you whispered low. , With one last heavenly kiss, ' "1 lovb you so!" TJhc waves swing madly white against the shore, . And sullen uight clouds ijiarch he- fore the moon; • Beloved c>ne, if I should nevpr sec ' -i yqu more. If ere yoiir . bark returns,^ death r comes, and-soo/i -1 Bids me depart, I shall not fear to go, . Safe In my soul your words, "I love you so!" —Ernest BenShimol, in the Huston .. Transcript. loU Music Cliii. IdMit MeetiDft of tJie Year The lola Music club held its last meeting of the fiscal year yesterday afternoon in the home of Mrs. P. E Waugh. ," • Eleven piaiib and vocal selections o! the* music of the i'^arEasi made a most interesting program. The president. Miss,Florence Hobart, announced the annual-lunch- I con which, will be given by the City Fedtsratibn of Women's' Clubs ; tJan>iarjr iiat the flotel Kellet. The luncheon will be at 1 o'clock and the. plates will be Ufty cents, reservations for which must be telephoned to Mrrf. P. S. Mitchell or Miss Florence' Hobart by Decem- bfir 28. ' '5 - I Refreshments were served in the dining room, which ^^^•a.s lighted with many candles and the tabic cent^^red with a lighted Chrisiniu! tree. Tlie hostesses. .Mrs. \\'. W Nelson and Mrs. Ray Taylor, were assisted by Mrs. Ed Danfortlii • • • I iRomnir Idea In ProKrani .According to the Roman idea the Latin club rfjosc a king to be in charge of the ceremony :in»l program last night at the I^tUi club ' meeting in the Girl Reserve room of the high school building. .Myron -Funk was the king and announced the program. "The Meaning of tlie Saturnalia," was given by Merle Heryford. "Yulclide is Ended Today," was John Lynian Sleeper's subject. Chester Kirby.-accomp- . anied by Celeste Grjffith played a Yiolin solo and Celeste Griffith ant' yelta Smith sang a duet. Pauline ' Sillbe gave two readings and Lucile Wainer played piano selections. A priestess of ! the Apolio Adelaine Reid, told ' fortunes in TLatin. ' i - '• V •^ ^ . . JVomfn^ii Musical V\nh Elects Officers for the ensuing year were elected at .a raciBting of the iIom;cnts Musical club yesterday afternoon in the home of the pres- Identji Mrs. A. R. Enfield, resulting as follows: Mra. Dene'Billbe, president; Mrs Ralph' Sfoyer, vice-president; iMrs A. ;A--r Srfiell, secretarjs Mrs. Wai' ter "Wise, corresponding secretary; "and-Mrs. Herbert Martin, of X,a- Harpe, -re-elected treasurer. Mrp. .0. L. Garlinghou.si^ was 'Blect^ to tho associate nieaiber- Ehlp. i • I- ,. " : Thti retiring prefeldcnt goes out tirith a record of work superV.istid In a'iprofessjonal • way,; and a vole of thanEs is extended to. her! for her; untiring service! to th? organ- iizatirfti throughout the last year. V : T-nfiMpn: Chapter of .'SelJtJifaii Society The Funston chapter of the nel- phian "society met yesterday after­ noon/liii .the homo lif Mr.x. / Otho Alqxaftder, IW .Sniuh Washington __»ivenut>., < MrsJ-Alexander was in charge of the uyon "Xor.xf Myths and Teutonic "Foljt-Talcs" The text report* woro;6overp(l'by Mrs. J.'G. Trom•bold. [ MISS .Mary Remsborg. Mrs. Llo.vdiCarter, Mrs. C. B. Crick and Sirs. .M. Blanche Wood. Tht' next meeting will he with .Mrs. IJ. 11. .Ilunlpr. .lannary :!. PhilomatliUii Uufid Cbristmas Vt^fo/grnm "The Youngest Thiefi" was-the subject of the lesson given by Mrs. of the ' Philomathian Guild last night Jn the sociar room .'of the First "Prcsbsrterian church. Miss •Ruth Faust conducted the devotionals'. " A Christmas proeram was given after the business meeting. Miss Venita Ivorance sang."Dear Lottie Stranger," accompanied on 'the piano, by Miss Mlllicent Voorhees Mrs. D. P.. North rup . read "The Candle in the! Forest." by Temple BaUey. "Tliore was an exchange of gifts frqtn a 'Christmas tree. Miss \ Kub.v; Settles and Miss Christinei.Heiifichs were the hostesses. 1; i Others present were: Miiss Lora Smith,'MTss Julia Irwin, .Miss Beatrice McM irray. Miss Thelma Mail- dux. Miss Garnet Case, Miss Esther Laymon, Miss. Ruth Fnusi, Miss Irene DoHty, Mrs. Horace friin- cis, Mrs. Arthur Sltannon and the patronesses, Mrs. Florence K Belding and Mrs Florence Lbng- shore.' • 4- •:• (trgiinlECs .East lola I'nlon .Mrs. Edward Russell, county president, met yesterday afternoon withlthe women of jSast-Iola In the home of Mrs. E.* J. Wright. 32S •South Third street, to organize a unit of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Officers for the year were elected aB follows: Mrs. .A. D. Hawthorne president; Mrs. Earl Moore, secrfe- taiy; and 'Jlrs. Mildred Parker treasurer.. , ' Meetings will be held Thursday afternoon of each month and the January "meeting will be with Mrs A. D. Hawthorne. 703 East Lincoln street. ; i •> • • Beta ("Ircle Meets \ The meml/ers of Beta circle of the First Prexb.vterian church hehl their regular meeting last night \n the'socia Iroom of liie' (tliurch with Mary Laird as hostess. . Dolores Fry was In charge of <he lesson and X)orolhy Milhani cbiidnct- eil the devotionals. Gifts werr brought for a Christinas l)ox t<) be sent to a mission school, and there was an exchange of Christmas «ifts among the member.-;. Fourteen members and two patronesses were at the meeting. THE iOLA DAILY REGISTER. WgDNEsMv EVENING, DEC^aiBER 14^1927. Wilt Diliner Wnb. .Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mitt.eHmch entertained the members of the Tuesday Night 4>lnner clUb in their home at 224- SoutS Cottonwood street ikst night. 1 The home was gay with Christmas decorations of wreaths, 1 pine boughs and red candles. Dinner was served at 7 o'clock. -Mr. and Mrs. E. Hjirrlaon were guests and Mrs. Harrjosn and Mr Emersoff X.ynn received the favprs at bridge. , The members present were: Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stodghill, .Mr. and •Mrfi. Q.-C. Dalgarno. jr., Blr. and,| .Mrs. Stanley Kirk. -Mr. and .Mrs.' L. y. BDWIUS , Mr. and Mrs. Emerson E. Lynn and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Harry. <• * * UOKIISS to Exeeutlre I'ouijiiittee ' (Mrs. Harlan Taylor was hostess Monday afternoon to the executive committee of the Woman's Missionary society of the Firdt Christian church in her home, 220 Sorik Cot- tonwpod street. Qiuirterly reports were given and it was planned to raise extra money '• to return Miss Bender, the church missionary, to the fields of India. A Christmas box will be sent to the old people's home in Jacksonvillo. 111. The offii-ers jiroscnt were: Jlr.s. C. K. Willian;s, .Mrs. E. C. Cannon, •Mrs. J. O. Meyers, Mrs. Bert Fryer. .Mr,s. .M. 'K. Chr.vst, -Mrs. James Ricli.udKou and Mrs. Frank Noglc. • •:• •:• .\lphi» ('Jrcle PIcnU- Sniiper and J.esson : _ "I'he members of the Alpha'circle mm ^Umday night in the guild roAm of the .First Presbyterian ch ir; h tor their usual picnic supper and lessouJ iievotlorial.i were conducted by .Miss HiiEcl Troutwine. The'lesson was the hiogr«pby: of William De • Barry, of Springfield, .Mass.. one of the mogt prominent colored ministers in the countr.v. . The review was from the text, book, "The Vanguard of the Race," and was given by .Miss Margaret Shannon. The business meeting was in c»fHiri;e hf the pj-esident. Miss Christine Hciirichs. Hutb Brown Chapter HfihN Meetlni- A meeting of the Ruth Brown chapter of the World Wide guild was held.-Monday night in the social room of the Baptist temple. Tlie program subject was "How Christmas is spent in the Mission j Field«." ' ')fficorH for the new year wpre elected as follows: Luella McKar- iiin, i)r ('sidtiit; .Mildred Close, vicepresident: (Jraie Bradshaw. secretary, and Unira Benson; treasurer. Plans ivofe discussed for attend- (Confiilned'from Vage One) was driven acr</ss the field to greet Presideoit Calles. At 3 o'clock^to the tune of thej C exlcan national anthem and the antic cheers and applause of the great muHItude. Lindbergh left the presidential box'and the flyingl field driving in an automobile with Ambassador iMorrow, Mrs. Morrow and General Alvarez, chief of the presidential staff, the automobile headed a mill- guest' oi Ambassador Morrow and it the sjime time an official guest -of the Ftepubltc lof Mexico. Lindbergh Is Very Late Colonel Lindbergh 4cft' Boiling field.'Waablngtoii, at 12:29 p. nf. Tuesday) iHis arrival at Valbnena flying .field today at 2:39 p. mi was 27 (iburs and 10 minutes after his brilliant bop off. He had estimated that the trip would take him 26 ibours. i; The American ^aviator aiiparent- ly lost -his way, while en' route tary procession and'thousands of! f«"oni Taanpico on; the Gulf of Mex- civiyan followers cnroute to the American embassy In;Mexico City where Colonel Lindbergh will be a icj> to. Mexico -City, being reported ,a8 far'iwest of'the Atextcan capital las Yurifia in the ^tate of Michoa- last spring on Lebourget field, Paris. Altboiigh the flight begun here yester^ajy was lo<^cd upon, as having entailed few of the perils that accompanied the plunge through the stormy over 'the- Atlantic; the interest manifest was almost as great, and the uneasiness as to. Lindbergh's safety during the final hours of the journej' hlad put the capital under a high nervous tension. •Vnce upon the rally which'will bp held at Topeka in February, and an intelligence test regarding the guild was given. Others attending, the meeting wero' Edith Dolllson. Pearl Mc- Karnin, Mrs. J. H. Sowerby, Car- mcJia lianson. Rnvia Olds. (Jwen- dnlyn Todd and A'iola Lewman. American Capital Relieved Washington, bee n. jAIM— Lindbe;rgh 'K laniHni; in Vi^xi -o City gave the American, capital • thrill , of relief today comraraljle ;n that when he desce?idcd in the darkness Paris Watches- Lindbergh Flight Paris, Dec. 14, (API—The flight of Chafles A. Lindbeiiglt from •Washington to Mexico City 1 waa followed v,'ith intense interest in Pai;is. The adventure creating a mingled feeling of anxiety and piide as the . Parisians reigard the fiyjng colonel as one of their own citizens. A roport that Colonel Lindbergh had crashed in tlie niountiiins of Kentucky or Tennessee published in a morning paper inacfe the population gasp while on the way to A^ork but later .dispatches saying he had'been sighted over laria caused rejoicing.: Mother is Cmitented Diitrqit, Dec. 14^ (AP)—"That'f ail tjhat matters." Mrs. Evangeline •- MODERN ETIQinElTE 67 Roberta Lee I the 1 Q. What rules govern of the fork? |A. The fork should lie held in the left hand while cutting, and in —:L _u»^ t 1 t^^i ... ,v.^ L ij Lindbergh mother of Col j li^giit-"hand "io convey' fool to \hb Charles A. Lindbergh, said today I n,^„t], when informed by the Associated' ^ Presis that her son had completed his 2.000 mUe flight to Mexico City. ln;sayjng this Mrs.,Lindbergh repeated the exact words, slie used when her son landed safely at Lebourget. fleldi after his Atlantic flight • • I , •' Stunt Planci Falls Valbiiena Flying Field, Dec. 14 {.\P)—One of the Mexican acmy planes dong stunt flying pere ihis morning 'went into a nosei dive'and crashed into the field several hundred yards in front of the presir dential stand occupied by President Calles and American - Ambassisdor Morrow.' Q. What do, the. "letters P. F|. signify when written o'u a caliinir card? A. 'i'our feiititaiion"" The:r are u.sodwhi-ii a irer.spa wislifis to send coasratii'Jations. Q. .MuKt gifts be sent upon receiving tlie announcement of a birth? A. No; it i.« not obligatory, j Kew Location, 108 E. .Madison. Firia _ ^ Door Ehst ol Brawn's Dm? Store. Phone 171 tSTASLlSMtO 1M( Gruen and Other Good Watches . Silverware, Hollow-ware, Ivory Toilet Sets, Set Kingrs, Diamonds, Wedding Ring's, Foiintain. Pens and Pencils Gif ts Worlli GivHig ; An Intimate Personal : That Will Linger Long in Memory 'No Christinas remembrance is : fiper or reflects better taste than a bbttlc of -fine Perfume. We _sug- gestHwinut orHoubigant. . j'We have many .attractive Toilet Aftlcle Sets .both large and small Ihcjuding. Perfume, Compacts, etc. ;J.Mso DeVilblss Atomizers. Vapor- r izeiTs, Incense Burners and similar • diinty gifts. • 'Just received Cotys New Com- pacL . i . • Scarbordugrh Bros. 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