The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on December 26, 1944 · Page 2
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Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, December 26, 1944
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PAGE TWO THE lOLA REGISTER, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 26. 1944^ lOLA. KANSAS i^anees Halbe) BOYS' CHOIB Sweet soprano voices rise In glad hallelujah. Llsti'ning, you feel the gates Of heaven opened to you; Cherub faces rapt in song Threaten to undo you. Lilies at the chancel rail Lend perlumetf adorning;. HaJos touch the youthful brow.s, Gently, without warning, As through stained-glas.s window;? fail Sunbeams of the morning. Earthy little -boys all week, Indi &ns, maybe, Mondaiy. Wrl!. who holds a better .score Thah being saint on one day! Starched while ve.stments hide their wings, angels on a Sunday. By B. Y. WiUianw. CALENDdB FOR THE WEEK. £ .j. __ ^ THURSDAY •Dorcas class of the Baptist chiu-ch meets with Mrs. J. N. Bumside, 309 North Washington, p.t '':.10 p. m. There will be a gift exchange. ; ific North, division of ,the ChristiSfHi church meet^ with Mrs. F. A. Reeves, 812 N. Washington. Members aire requested to bring articles for an auction. South division of the Christian t.adles Aid meets with Mis. Phillip Ray, 215 S. Oaii, to quilt. 'For Men Onlv' >frK. AVilUam Bennett Is 90 Years Old Mrs. William Bgnnett of Elsmofe celebrated her 90th birthday Sunday. December 17, with open house to greet all her friends and neigh- burs. Hostesses were her ' daughters, Mrs. Curley Beaihan, Mrs. Andy Ludlum and Mrs. Bert Ben• nptt. Mrs. Bennett received many gifts, cards and messages of cong'raula- tloiis and good wishes during the day. -. Although she is one of Elsmore's oldest inhabitants V -.-r hobby is piecing quilts ami tikes great - pride in showin;^ Iv, r rlc. and in thi fact that in u:,' last five years the has pieced fifty quilts. Despite ');e. age she woricb at her^ hobby v.iihout glasses. Mrs. Bennett was born in Kala; maz'.o. Miifch.,- December 17, 1854. S!"U' .r.r.v-^ri to Kansas wifli ijer fanx- ily in 1864 and has Uvea here ever ii.ce. In 1872 she wais married to •V.Jiam Bennett and nine Children. • • :e born to them. She has today even children living, 39 grahd-chil- ^ chfii and a number of great graiid-' ch:l':reh. ; : oiace Mr. Bennett's death 'in 1930, Mis. Bennett has maide her honie wiih Mrs. Curley Beaman at Elsmore. • • <. • . County, Home Patients Havt> Christmas -aCi'i-.jbers of the Pilgrim Holiness church, of Colony and of the Salva- tl'-i Armv of lola gave a Christmas '.'.•r;,: V-iih gifts and treats:to pa, : r.': .'.f the County Convalescent fv.:: ! orth of Tola Christnias day. • present from Colony wer.- ,:-v. and Mrs. Wolcott arid fam- il'.-. Mr: and Mrs. Otis Young and f;i: !v. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd. Will- ij'ii, and family,-Mr. and Mfs. E. J. • Cody, Mrs. Amos Hall. Mrs. Josle Chcever, Mrs. Dan Hoffrheter and children. Richard, Carol, ^'red and Libourne Tuttle, Judy Ann and Russeli Lee John.son: Presept from ' iie Salvation Army were Captain !• :i3l Pinith. Jimmy White and White. • Henrv Nordt of the of , the Lutheran iTiiiic.'idi alio brousht J.)ti;i ,Frischenmeyer lias family Dinner ^ Mi'^ and Mrs. John Prischenmey- eV arid Harry entertained guests at Christmas dinner. Present ' were; ?v'r. and Mrs. Carl McCoy and sons, Kerniit and Robert, of Augusta; Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hicks and daughter, Gertrude; Mr. and Mrs, Harry Krarner and daughter, Maxine; Mr. a-ad Mrs. Bithel Lorance and family; Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCoy and famUy, El Dorado; Pvt. an^ Mrs. Herman. Kramer- and fatrilly; Mr. and Mrs. Merle Myer and family; Mr. and Mrs. GUie Prischenmeyer c^id son, Tony, of Pansonsi Mrs. qilie Swinford and son, Harold, and Pvt. William Miller. • • • ' (Sucfit.s Entertained At HoUday Party .Guests,.of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmidt, lx)u Ellen and Larry, on Christmas day were Mr. and Mrs. A.' B. Collins, Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Lewis, Mrs. Gajen; Henderson and daughter. Bonny -Gay. di^rt-MilJllroh • Mrs. Eva E. Crowell announces t^e marriage of her daughter. Miss Pearl dilbert to a Sgt. James K. Milliron, son of O. E. Milliron, Buffalo, Kas., at the trhifty Methodist church In Denver ,Colo., on Sunday evening, December 17, 1944. The Rev. Harvey H. Sander read the double ring ceremony. The couple was attended by Dr.- and Mrs. C. WUUam Vlckers. Th* brifle wore an afternoon gown of gold light wool with luggage tan' accessories and a corsage of orchids. The matron of honor was dressed in a gown of wine crepe with black fliccessories. Her corsage was of gardenias and heather. The weddhig was followed by a re- eeption-dlnner at the Broadmoor Country Club. Present were Dr. and Mrs. C. WUKam Vickers, S/Sgt. Joe Keenah, S/Sgt. Thomas Kinder, Miss ieulah Manken, T/Sgt. Henry Caldwell and S/Sgt. and Mrs. James Milliron. Mrs. Milliron was graduated from the Tola in^h school and has been empjr .ved !gr the past two and a half ye;:r.= as stenographer for the law firm of Dunn and Wilson of Miami Beach, Florida. S Sgt. Milliron is stationed at LowTy Field, Denver, Colo. He re- eant by the five upper grades; song,' Poffenbarger. During intermissions which will continue until'after New i JAVA EXPORT "bo ;You See That Star?" by pageant between numbers piano soles were ; ^^"""^'^y-•^^"^'•y 2, 1945. In eacn I Dragon's blood, a red-colored characters In costume; "Lullaby played bv Mabel Cundv anr Pnifh i classroom precedhig dismissal gifts resin derived from the root of a : Attention, men! When you buy hngene for the little woman's, I birthday, anniversary or Christmas does your face get refland do j you look around for a nice comfy foxhole w^hfen you notice women shoppers looking on with that amused side-glance? Well, a galj has come to your rescue. She's Mrs. Antoinette Quilleret, who has, opened a "for men only" shop in New "Jork City where yon can do) your shopping (see above) without hearing giggles to the right and' snickers to the left- of you. ; Sonar," -by Dirlene Schaeffer and Keene. Pat^ jtot,jrilmary pupils; and a; school was dismissed Prid .-ty aft- were distributed from the Christmas rattan palm and widely used to col- tree and Santa Claus arrived .lust in or varnishes and lacquers, is one redcatlon, "In Closing." by Grorge; ernoon'fo ^'thr c 'hi ^taias ^ time with the customary Christmas of the leading exports of Java hi • I II'"' "" ^— treats. 'normal times. Colony News COLONY, Dec. 22—The Home- makei-s club enjoyed a nice Christmas meeting at the home of Mrs. O. R. Stlllwell. Mrs. Porter gave turned recently, from the iiuropean ; the special -which was, "Going war theater where, as gunner with Home for Christmas," by Lloyd i Gas City Events the Eighth Air Force he completed 28 missions over Germany. S.Sgt. and Mrs. Milhron will make their home in Denver, Colo., for the present. * • <• AAA Giris Entertain Conifty Commiftee The girls of the AAA office were hostesses at a Christmas dinner for the county committee and their wives at the Polly Ann cafe Thursday evening. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kohler, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hau- -•er. Miss Neta Butler, Mrs. Dorothy Remsberg,' Miss Roberta Leonard and Mrs. Hazel Arnett. •> • • Christmas Cuesfs At taiele ttoihe Mr. and Mrs. Bert Tuggle had as dinner guests Christmas Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Biickmaster and sons, Donald and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Noble and daughter Delores, and Miss Esther Tuggle of Topeka, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tuggle of Kansas City, Mo. •> •'• •:• Miethodist Qircle lA With Mrs. Hanson Mrs. Perry O. Hanson was hoste.-.s 10 Circle lA of the First Methodist church Thursday afternoon. She was assisted by Mrs. E. S. Bacon and Mrs. Walter Davis. Devotionals were led by Mrs. J. O. Allen. The program was presented by Dr. Lucy Hull. Mrs. J. P. Humes reviewed a Christmas story, "The Ragged Cloak," by Margaret E. Sangster. "A Crusade for Christ," was the subject of a talk by Mrs. Carl Russell. The members all joined in singing CJirlstmas carols. Sirs. Joe Llines and Mrs. Alex Stroup were guests and there were thirteen members present. Refreshments were served by the esses. COULftN'T UN-YAWN Kewark, N. J.,. Dec. 26. (AP) — Waiting up for Santa Claus made Donna Smith yawn. She yawned so wide she couldn't close her mouth. An ambulance was called and an interne snapped her jaw back into place. By the time Christmas dinner was served, even the soreness was gone. Douglas. The club voted to the "Reader's Digest" to the Whiter hospital at Topeka. The usual Christmas gift exchange was held. Mrs. Patrick, Mrs. Bain, Mrs. Stanford and Mrs. Turner also received gifts from their mystery pals. Names were drawn for mystery pals for the coming year. Mrs. Harry Ewen of lola was present for this meeting. Mr. Stilwell and Mr. Hunzlcker were guests. At the close of the afternoon the hostess served delicious refreshments. The nom'i°"s of the N. G. O. club held their annual Christmas n •'• 7-;'^ ^ift evr-hanfe at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Bierly and Bob. A covered dish snnoer was served. During the evening card pames and bingo were plaved. Those present were: a guest, Mrs. Tola Brooks and Messrs. and Mesdames Fred Wlllianis, Ted Osle and Dixie Lee, Raymond Teaeardin and boys. Joe Greeory. Jeff Veteto and Junior. Howard Veteto and Sherry Ann. Charles Wells and | Merle. Clarence Lav. Delores and : Ma-^nvn and the host and histp?:=: ! and B"bby. The club -vvil! luf^t f-'i- > its. nevt rp'-'iilnr m^etincr .To--'iiv-r ' 10. ft th" home nf ?Trs. O'lip Vr-teto ; Miss Mildred Barnett is nov; i^nn- ' vnlescint from ma.ior .surgery at the : home of h«>r parents, Mr. and Mrs. ' Jim Barnett. i Friends 'nere were shorked and : orieved at the news of the .sudden : death of Mrs. Lawrenre Nolan if Westnhalia. The Nolans -were for- ! mpT Colony residents and have a wide circle of friends here. A large audience of parents and friends enioved the all-snhnol Christmas program here Thursday evenin<r. The followinE; nnmVipr.; were eiven: Song, groun of 4th. 5th. and 6th eraders. Recitations by Rome Mitchell. Claire Nolan. Ronnie Waddell. Betty Turner, Dorothy GiUiland. Russell Johnson. Lahnrn and Carol Tuttle. and Helene W ^ilmoth: -son?. 1st. 2nd. and 3rd"rade bovs; trombone solo. Lula Threlkeld: violin trio. Willena Simoson. Marjorie Hoffmeier and Siinrtra Boone: play bv 2nd and 3rd erades: vocal duet. Betty Erickson and Rachel Lewis; trumpet trio. Rex Short. James Livineston and Walla^-e i Strickler: vocal numbers by the hieh school boys elee club; tih- leaux, "Away In a Manser" and "We TTiree Kines": vocal number bv fi '-ls sextettp. Sandra Boone, M.T-V Tin.sley, Willena Simnson. TwilT Kellev. Mariorie Hoffmeier and Don Worley; nlflv bv 4th. ."^th and 6th (Tades; clairinet duet. Frances Murnhv and Maleta Lockart; sons, Carl Heinlein. Fred Teaearden. I es- . He Lupdkp and Raymond Murnhv: ! Two numbers by mivpd onnrtpt. BPttv Frlck^on. Anna Rose McDer- meit. John ThrelVeld and Charles Tinslpv: candl«» li^ht n'-o ''ps ,sional. "O Cnme All Y» Paithful." bv hi-'h srhonl slrls: Bible rpadine. Pranfps Murphy and two numbers by the hifh school eirls elee club. CAS CITY, Dec. 23.—A large crowd, attended- and enjoyed the Chijstnias program given Thursday evenini: in Ihe school auditorium. The first part of the program was jgjj^j given hy the primary grade?^as follows: a welcome exeicisf;; an exercise. "The Old Story," b.V the third grade;: group singing by all three grados: dialogues in rhynie. "Three Animals Bold," hy Ct'cQ, Smoot, Marvin Rose and Billy Gumfory; "Careful Givers," by Karen Kay Boyd 'and Lucile Hermann, and "The ^Arithmetic Lessor)," • by five third grades; reading, "A Christmas Shcrlopk Holmes," by All fed Sproul; costume specialties, "Ten Little Cani dies." ;and—The Battle ,i)f the Colors:," by all tlu-ee grade.'.; dialogue, -A Good Rea.son," by '^tsy Fox, Durlrrie Scli.acfitr and Slrarley Goqafcll: ri.adii'.e.. "A r^ico Mury," by Joe Picisoii; iintl a pantomime, "Tim's Christinas." The rema'irder of the jiropra-ni was yiven by tine interme- diau- and upper grades -as follows: I • Cl'-vi-iimas Carols," by ;a group of Uoiifcttf' iilayers; dialogue"; "The Happiest Christmas"; rer.diilg by Mary Beth Foster; pl.iy. "Who Mixed'Up the Gifts'; reading by Floyd Stot- ;Ier: .sjjjig. "White Christmas," by j Ar\ ad«i B' oding. Kathryn Hermann jand ;^Ial)el Cundy, the chorus of I u-iiiLh^v.-as v.-hi-^tled by Shirley Gooda^d J.jt' P;o'.--.on. primary pu- ; il : r:-.".(i! by .Rita Hermann; a • Ch! i .t£n:.« .song tjy the seventh and * .-i'Jlv.h •u:',:!...'--: "A Christmas pag- ^TLAST fmrler-Bglts wiRi Koal Ela.^tic Sup- por'urs. Siies 24 to 30. Onl;- 6 (io>;e;-i to .sl'Il.-Spe­ cial each— • $1.95 HURRY! RICHARDSON'S Save^day-oh imft^yMitan use Now/ e (Jr .qtl, .serviceable merchandise that you can use now— fJi-iLstically marked dowrt to sell at once! Sii.siht^v shopworn goods, broken sJzes and odds and end.s, but useful)ind u.seable—cut sharply in price to sell now! SUITS A group specially reduced for quick selling, you'll like them! 3.P0UND QUITTED BATTS size 72x90 0C SHOP THE BARGAIN TABLE ODDS—^NDS REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE V Here's a Real Bay! OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS f VOU'LL MOT GRAB \ AMVTHIMG OUT OF MV BASKET, VOLJ- Do Your "Gums" Spoil Your Looks? One look at some "GUMS" Is enough to upset anyone.—DrueKlsts refund money If the first bottle of "LETO'S" fails to satisfy.— Reynolds Drug Store. "wliy, dear, you nipedh't feel that you're shdwing off and just patsidifl^ firoiihd with foxit sei-viie rlbl^ons—every­ body will ortly WlooRteg at the baby ' HiSfL%t LO^ES FAT SAFELY AYDS WAY SetdUmar wlHmt exerdse Eat starches, poutoes, gra-ry. jost cut down. AYDS plan is safe, sensible, easier. No exercise. No drugs. No laxatives. Nuiseiraa oneot morethjui IM peraoBt loiinit 14 to 15 lbs. aven^ la srfew necks tnclinicaltests with.Ayds Plan CDoducted by medical docton. IMidons AYDS before each meal duHs the appeUie. Vet you get vitamins, mmerals. csseaU^l mitrienta m Ayds. Start the .^'i^ t' liKe weight now. 30 day supply of rXfeS;^'f?°"'te not delighted with results MONEY BACK with the verj- first box. Phone Scarborough Bros., Phone 181 OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE BORNJTHlRtV YEARS; TOO SOOH IPK. 1M4 ar HtA 5CBVICE. U»C. lZ-21 —JAXE RAPFLlSiG OFP A< - TURKBV ? THE OAV APTBR. MN GOBBLER. VAr«JiSRES/—- E5AD/ I KMOW JAK& IS 6LiPP '£RV AS A GREA9ED Pi&,QUT HE rv \05T KAVE NOBILITY-— AFTER ALL-,HE'G A KOOPLE/ HOOPUE. OR NOT, MA;S 0 R, TMe pRe6E (sJCE OF 6ANO \T6 »W ^ BPs .HiK V^H\ue IT'6 BElMG WELD UP »5 tsiOT 30ST COlJ^iClDEKiCE/ •«*-VOUR TURK e V le INi A G^RA&E GNlER OW THE r^e^T STREET, AMD . NOT Ti4ER6 MAVlMG HIS ^^tlRES RECAPPED/ rffzv_

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