Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 20, 1927 · Page 2
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\4. L ^rapOS. THAT CODNT. ^< phat "we Juive, but .wlia't we ;,/ ^asei: • - ' ' .:_ Not what we aecm. but what we ar^r " 'trheae 4re tbe i tilings tlial mar OF , ' . ^Tlie suia of ^umau happiness. {nie> things near by, not thlugs - ^ Not what wo seem, but i^bait we . ^ese are the things that make or That" give the hoart Its joy or , ache. ' » >Iot what neinin fair, but what is . true; ... ^'01 wliat w« dream, but what we •: i .do. • jThese arc the things that, shine like gems, Llke^ Stars in fortune's diadems. -Kotlaswe take. UAt as wc give: J Not as wc pray, but as we live: ^Itese are the things that make for , • peacft (Both now and after time shall « cease. . BvrosAs Clnb H *»lds ••' - m» ClirlBtnias party of tlie Sor- balHi club was held yesterday after- ^oon'In the. home of Mrs. B. E. .Thompson, with jMrst W. H. Andcr- ' JBoa. is assisting hostess. ^Rei^aid green, colors and a - CliriBtmas tree wierie the decora: jlldnB.l "Hply Night.,Silent .NlRht," I' BUDS l)y the members opened the proi^am wtdch consisted of a re< [JiefW of the "book. "Giiants in the •jBiurtli" l>y Ol© Edwal-ds ilolvaag. MriS. T.,'R Nordgren; ,a Bible ' dmma; "^toiy *f Rachdl," Mrs. L. H -Wlshard; "Trail to the Christinas City." Mrs.-T. W. Wajte: "A ifcrlstmas Pie," Mrs. C. K. Russell assisted by. C. E. Russell, jr., who . save a reading and Jean Piiul. who Mac a JBrownle solo, carryins a laigB.- Christmas . pie containing "fBhristmas glfta for everyone. During the businessL meeting it ^vas decided to hold tlie office of • secratary, made -t-acant by the ^th of Mra C. If. Conner, open tor the remainder of. Uie club year, end Tira. C. C. Tho^nas .was ap- ttoint^ secretary pro tern. -The members present were: Mrs. M. -Coutant. "Mrs. O. i^. Uarllng-' bouse^-Dr. Lucy Hull. Mrs. Ira I).. KfiU «y, Mrs. J. B. Kirk. Mrs. C. M. X^amer.: Mrs^ Florence Longshore, Mrs. B. M.cCarty, .Mrs. f. _ K. KordS ^on; Mrs. I). ,P. .N'ortln;up, aire. r. M. Paul. Mrs. G. K. Pecs, : Wnt. W.'B. RundaU, ilr«. C. K. •.Ruasell. Mrs. F. W. Sherwood. Mn.JE. 1). Shields, Mrs.- C. C. ' JThomas; Mr«. T. W/Waite, .Mrs. L. 1L Wisbard and Mrs. p. O. Hanson. ; «• • ^ - —The Tola Laundry will be closed - UI day Saturday but open all day • lyiooday. ^an Camp-Stxa^rA JThp marriage of Miss Fern Jrene -Vai (Camp, dangbter of Mr. and lira. W- £• Van Oamp of lola and ftt. Komard StanTord. son of Mr, Bud-Mra. "Walter Stanford of Colony. ISSeaxBas, took place Saturday ' Bllteradfta at B o'clock in the Me4h- (^iBt 'fiMacopa 'I parsonage at Rich- Saond^ Kansas, the 'pasibr. the Rev. ' S(erIe ;Wblt].ow, officiating. KjlTKiiBricifey, sitter,of the bride- jgrooin :aadl Mr. Brickey, of Colony, vfeooiEtsaniedtbe:bridal couple. i^ebjide wore a wedding gown bl dar1( blue chiffon velvet trim' 10 >d iin «oId olotb with hat to 7 A viedding suiter was served in Ike bomes ^Of Hie Rev. and .Mr.s. • iKeriei ^^Vllitlow. who are old -^ieBAi ;iot Mr. Stanford, and Mr. \ «|rtl Mrs. Stanford' returned the \ - Bfun^.ffevening to itlie home of the ^J: Iun3e and remained until Sunday n^n Jthey left for Colony, their tatsre Jwme. ' ; 'Th* irlde |i^ a gniduate lof the Dliaior;~ college with the cl U.SS 01 aS27 ind since that lime lias rc- Unined at home. The bridegroom >'Was graduated from the Colony ^^]ifj (ir «c )iboj and'is one of Colony's ' Sijoainess men as ' manager of (he (^ofiesale SUndard Oil stiaiiou. :••••<•'«•>K. Christmas I'liriy - ; The members of the interniedi-: i. ble Chrtstian Endwavor society of 1 ili^ United .Brethren rliurch held a Cbristmaaparty lust night in the ^lOlhe of the superintendent. - Jtfrs. Opa|_Hiye8. The home • was det^oratud in jiCliriBtmas Tcolors. The cvcninc '}Wiw spent with games .-tnd niunlo, iui8 Ilglit refreshments, were sorv- ; I jBd,^-^BCh member received a gift. A' • Those .attending were: " Violet - BiirgeSB,' Delta Burgess. Dorothy Uodges, Mabel Oliver. Viola Smjth, Dorothy Fisher, Hazel Fisher. Vera i 'WUhelmi Mildred Hunt. Bertha JHwit. Helen, Roberlii. Doris TaV- - loi% forest White, Eugene Todd, rKarold pale. Alvin Peck. • . •:• * • Cta^lnas Family: Reunion .'_ _^rS*. A. X. MItflieU and her nieoe. Mies Maude Minrow. dean of ^Omen of the Kansas Qtate Teach• tenF. bollege. of Emporia, who ar- Janiorl College CbrlNt iiis Party Njne y-two young people thorr ougUly^ enjoyed the Junior college Christmas party last night at the high school and many former students "looked In" on the party during the • cveniiig. The sithtly Jiall was the scene of titc irevelry. The windows were shacjcd by mock curtains cleverly made of Bon Ami. The lights were covered with red and green crein; paper and colored streamers formed an lurch. In, one corner was a large Clirlsimat< tree, beautifully decorated. ; ; i A."* eiidi KiudcnC arrived, he received a nu>»bcr and a program in exchange for a jireslL -nt that was nut -supposed to cost oyer 10 cents. Partners for tlic first number wefe found and th..- orchestra, composed of Gordon Pendarvig, trOmpet; Jqyce Wilson, trumpet; Flavius Sherwood, iroml>one; .Marlon Odor, banjo; Beryl Kenip, drums'; .with Uoldti Larson at the piano, played "Hail. Hail, the Gang 's All Here," and "Pot Pourri." a vailled selec- jtion. "Tiie Fading Candle" was j brought forth, and several slUfi- jents were called to the center of the roonij and asked to blow out a ! candio through a • funnel. After 'many had tried and failed. Ruth Gooch succeeded in making; the candle "fade".. The "Uncertain Symphony." made up of several I>opular selections, was sung by Beryl Kemp. Coach Stockebrand, the well-known whistler, amused the audience with "Warbling .Notes." The main feature was the appearance of a "mysterious stranger," who was none other than the friend of .all good children.: Santa Clau.s. The gifts that had ' been given in at ;the door were re-distributed. Tliey consisted mostly of whistles, drums and harps, which were put to practical use. After a hilarious half-hour, the lefrcshmeni.s wer?. served. A large, slice of brick ice cream, attractive t'Irristnias cakfs. and ' hot clioco- latc claimc(^ the undividcil atten^ lion of ail. The students all express thei]|- thanks to Mrs. Carpenter, decorat lion committee • chairmalv; Mrs. .Nordgr^ln. "eats" coiiiniiitcc cliair- iiuin; and .Mr.s. Bulding, program committee chairman. ,who through their whole;hearted siijiport ma<l(> the party such a success. Other patrons were:. .Mr. Carpenter, .Mr. and Mrs. L'tmon.:. .Mr. Young, -Mr. Koenig. and .Mr. StockcbnintI, all of the .school f.Kiilty. |^:iitertui'ns Bridge (.'iub i Miss Margaret Itoberts cntcr- alneil the, members \ii:r bridge •lub and one guest last night In iter home at 50:! South Washington avenue. Miss I.-!iil)cl A.shford was given the.high score favor and .Mrs. Ora Duncan /he <;onsolatlon. MISH .Mary Mllnc, of Supply. Okla.,, was guest. . • The mcmijers attending were: Miss Helen Hubbard, .Miss Isabel Ashiord, .Mrs. Horace Francis. Mrs. Ora Duncan and . Miss Marvcllc Clark. \ • •> <' Twentieth Crnfury Club Christmas Party Mrs. Joe Burger, of SOI East Jack«on .avcnUe. .^was hostess to the members of the Twentieth Century club of LaHarpe at jts annual Christmas party Friday. At 12 o'clock a two-course Christmas luncheon -was - served and presents which had been places! around, a l>eautlfully decorated Christmas-: tree were excHanged among the members. : Music and an informal good time ^»-ere Che diversions of lite afternoon. The menibers at the party were: Mr.s. Will Oauglierty. .Mrs. Frank Barker. Mrs.! Walter Wilson. Mrs. Will Xewmail. .Mrs. Ralph Barker* .Mrs. H. O. Steplicnson. Jdrs. .1. A. . Reeves. ..Mrs. Willis Kerr. Mrs. G. iV. Chewning. Mrs. Kslher Reb- mau. .Mrs. Otis Barker. .Mrs. Otto Ohlfest and .Mrs. .loe Burger. Mr. H. O. Stephenson. .Mrs. C. K. Peiinfngxon. Mrs. .f.; H. Burger aiMl sons, lyeo and Louis Burger and Beryl' Kemp were luncheon guests. ' ' I •> •;• • > Honors Son's Kirtlidar '.Mr.x. Hen llortou entertained .M^Jhl^ay afteriiaf>n from two until four in honor of rlie third birthday of licr son, Billy. , .Many games were played and Billy receiveil a number of .nice gifts. Mrs. ^'rnest Wells and' Mrs. I', w: Womack assisiert In serving refreshments. ' The gues4s were: Genildlne Cain, lohn Womack. .Herbert Runner, lA'roy Runner. Billy Wells. Beverly U'ells. Rex -Womack, Bobby Womack. and Frankle Horlon.. BE4iniFUL BAGS left this Kinsas, to spend CbristinBS and the holidays *iTiBd -here Saturday.: If" an ^rninglfor CoffeyvlUe With Mrs. • MitfcheM'si daughter, Ij-''-aire.' BrAie Bowlus aiid family. >^<-Mr«; A. itk.' Burtiey. of Boulder, i^j'-Ortora*>v the rfde6t daughter of '*".Mr». MHcBeH, will join them at -,T iCMSeyvllIe for a Christmas reun- isi^'Tton.-, Mrs.-Mitchell will remain > in r<&BfeyirtHe sfbont ^wo>' months. "The Makings" —-of. a real Christmas Feast is - often in the Oysters. ^We have them in all sizes fot' stews, scallops 'i and dressing, i J M.&M.M^K£T Meat That You Can Eat : 27 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL MERCHANDISING IN lOLA A GIFT FOR MOTHER Reniember her with a:heavyiHoucles Knitted AD,;-! —.^ , Woo! Shawl in white, black, gdlcl, tin, red and navx/rr-E^ I iREMEkBERDAD —with Slik and Wool Sox at per pair __-.J-__§1.00 j- Silk and Rayon Sox at:[——^- 50c fir; i Silk Neckties at _25c 50«^ and $1.00 ? .Sc i It Is Gift l^me in Toyland Ultra smart shapes, hand tooled ai $3.95 to $15.00 telope bag.s, etc., , l^TTRACTIVE BAGS Antelope Silli and I.«ather at— S2.95 to $3.95 The Gift that i.s La.sting BEAUTIFUL iVIAISH COMFORTABLES For the woman who loves beautiful bedding. TJovere^fl with beautiful Piiincess satine. filled with finest virgin wool and the celebrated Maish lamin.it- e«i cotton. Priced at— $7.95, $8.95, $10.50 to $12.00 AN ATirRAtTlVK GIIW dlF'FtRlNG 81x108: Rayon Spreads all colors at— I $2.98 and S4.9S FOR THE CONVKNIENCE OF OUR^. CUSTOMERS THIS STORE Wll.L BE OPE.\ EVEmNGS UNTIL 9 P. M. THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. BEACON BATH ROBES $5.50 Values, Specially Priced at $3.95. A sale of 3-Piece Sets CREAM AND SUGAR AND TRAY Of Beautiful Amber Gla-ss Set 49c A PERFECT GIFT Sheer Chiifon and iSemi-ChiflFon Ho .siery, tirst (luality, exquisite colors and textures, pointed heels a'nd .stjuare heels at— $1.65, $2.00 and $2.50 a pair. SILK CREPE Dk CHINE GOWNS Beautiful Pastel Colors $4.95 and $5.95 SILK UNDIES—THE GIFT PERSONA! silk Tedtlics and Silk ' Step-ins of Silk Crcpe'de Chine, Georgettes in I , lovely pastel colorings, hemstitched, lace trim, specially attractive, I'.ricedat— ; $1.95, $2.50. $3.50 to $(i.50 Just in Time for for the Holiday And oh, such an array of wonderful TOYS. Toys for biby. Toj's for .sistei-and Toys for brother. Festivities Is an extraordinary showing" of beautiful evening and afternon g-owns. There is no sameness about this collection. You will readily agreethey are simply Stunning". Fashioned of beautiful Chif on Taffeta, Silk Crepes, Georgettes in wondrous pastel shades with trimmings of Tulle, yel-_ vet, Metal and Brilliants. They represent the most outstanding values offered this season.: $19.75 $29!75 • LOVELY GIFT ROBES Delightful Gifts for particular women, attractive selections in (Quilted robes in black and pastel colorings, embroidered at— ' $10.50 to $15.00 EXTRA: EXTRA! GIFT SPECIAL! Teddies and Step-ins in a big Christmas selling at 79c each. NOVELTY RUBBER TEA APRONS . A showing of new ideas in fancy Rubber Tea Aprons at— $1.00, $1.50 to $2.00 each. 3-PIECE PEARL TOILET SETS Brush, Comb and Mirror— $5.95 Set MAKE HER HAPPY WITH HAJ^DSOME UWENS Fine White Irish Satin Daimasl^ Colths, size 68x68 square. Biclt Pattern^ at $5.95 each. Napkins to matcfh^ if you wish. HAND EMBROIDERED LUNCH SETS AT $2.69, $4J5 and $5.75 Beautiful all linen cloths with 4 napkins. MADEIRA ALL LINEN NAPKINS Scalloped with embroidered corners^ $5.75 and $8.50 dozen. STATIONteRV SPECIAL Two dozen parchment envelopes, one quire papcrt in !:#autiful cedar chest. Pre-Christnias special at—; $2.25 a chest. HAND PAINTED, HAND FIRED ENGLISH POTTERY TEA POTS 69c ,^ j Japanese Solid Brass Flower and Fmit Bonis $1.49,! Gifts that please and never fail to give lasting satisfaction. Luggage, of dependable quality.' Fitted week-end c^s, ahd hat boxes,, special this week $19.75. .. . A A:,Mi A Pre-Christmas Sale of Se Don Frodcs A bewildering array of new spring models. By special arrangement—•• ^ , . The Manufacturers of the Faihbus Nellie Don —D.re.sses have permitted us to'show for the first time their new (1928) spring models of Nellie Don Dresses, showing the new basque models, straight- line effects, etc., in long and short sleeves, sca]l<H}ed hems, made of the.newest fast colored spring fabrics. Priced at— .$1.95, $2.95 $3.95 ':Most careful thought has, been ^ven in the designing of these new spring models: and we can as^ sure you they are most stunning ^yles. Come in jarly and make your selections as past experience, lag shown us "Nellie Don Frocks" are always pop- ilar sellers; >re-Christmas Sale of Woolen and Silk Dre^s A 1 good styles ieatured in 3 groups for rapid aelling at $5.95, $10.00 lind $1SM. Tinker Toys 59e to $2.00 Table and Two Chairs,^ Sets ; . $3.75 to $6.75 Victrolas §1.25 to .<19.50—Play All Records Too! Chests 'l—^ 75c to $3.50 B. B. Guns 95c'to $1.50 Cork Guns 25c to 50c Doll Houses . _ ,'_____._-^_-_S1.50 to $2.50 Humpty Duaiply Circus' ..95c to $2.25 Musical Chair __^___$8.95 Dump Trucks $1.25 Each Writing Desks and Chairs. $8.95 to $15.0(1 C 1 r Sidewalk Bicycles as Pictured $22.50 J Auto Cars $6.95, $10.50 and; $15.00 ^ Kiddy Kars, 3 Disc Wheels $3.95^ to $5.50 Sewing Machine^ 95e to $10.50 - DOLL BUGGIES ; Priced $1JM), ^$1.50, $2.25 and up to $10.00 SIfECTAL GIFT OFFERING •'I Beautiful fast colored" printed frocks for the little tots at— % ; $1.00, $L50 to $6.00 • Adorable little frojcks for littie tots 2 to 6 years.. ^1

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