The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on December 27, 1944 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO {Frances Halbe) THEY SHALL COME BACK They shall come back— the old, forgotten things— When war's colossal artifice Is done; The. summers asleep in dreams, the vanished springs Heedl^ of all save love and warmth artd sun, The quiet evenings by the quiet lakes. Where, peace suffuses through the tranquil mind -Like fragrances a night wind leaves or takes. These shall return. The vexed onoe mere shall find The .still, unharried inno<!ence of dawn. The sdlace of a woodland's seeking ways Down silences men deemed forever Bonc. The heart shall find, in these as oth- er'days, After the last projectile's craaed *" release, .its ancient, sunlit citadel of peace. —Anderson M. Scruggs. i)oro(J».v Bi»n»on Hostess At Formal Dance < Mis.";' Dorothy Bunton entertained friends at the Kelley hotel Saturday evening, December 23. »-ith a ionnal dance. ': Guests present were Misses 6ally Copening. Lois Lacy. Jean ColUson. Carol Cole, Norine Van Hyning, teanna Lenski, Peggy Chambers, Jeanine Steele, Deanie Bellenger. Norma Rabon, Bunny Jones; ^lessrs. Max Schell. Harry Hixon, Dean Stroup, Earl Oliver. Alvin Knepp, Fred Apt. Bob Leavitt, Kent Cross, Marion Oliver, Don Potter, Leroy Lotta. Jack, McFaddeh, Richard Hunter, Jack Schmous, and Larry Simmofas. - .;. Hclmberg-Pollet Miss Lucille Heimberg, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. J. J. Heimberg of Humboldt, and Mr. Walter PoUet of • LaHarpife, ?on of Mrs. Lee Paddock • of El Dorado, were married Sunday, December 24. by Judge A. M. Dimlap .in the Dunlap home. .Guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Heimberg, Miss Dorothy Heimberg, Miss Betty Wilson, Miss Janice Leatherman and Mr. Friinkie Heimberg. , Mr. and I Mrs. Pollet left for (Ucir home in LaHarpe immediately alter the ceremony. • • • Christmas Guesls At Bishop Homr Among the yuletide parties Monday was the dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bishop. Their quests were Mrs. Rena Slack, Mrs. I-iuira Houph, Mr. and Mrs. Lester l,tte, Mr, and Mrs. Holla Townsend of • Kansas City, Mo., and Harry .Bl .shop Jr., home on a vacation finm ihs Kansas State College at Kiinhatlan. • • << !\uria.v Family Has ,Holiday Dinner Ml, and Mrs. Milton McClay cn- ifrinincd Christmas with a dinner i/ thfir home, 420 South Cottonwood. Ilielr Ruests were Mrs. Maude M.cClny. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Krause, Bill Jr.. Sue and Lou, Mr. and Mrs. Max McClav and Glendeane, Mr. aiy Mrs. Amos Lewis and Carol, Mrs Loyal E. Tubbs, Linda and Carol, and Mrs. Amos H. Lewis Jr., " ol' Chaniite. <• <• <" Mrs. Capps Entertains; Wijman's Bible Class Mrs. Alta Capps was hostess tc tie Loval Women's Bible class oi tVe Trinity Methodist church Pri- dsy afternoon, December 22. i)evoli6nals were led by Mrs. Aiice Deiin. Dnrine the business session conducted by Mrs. E. J. Wright, the ioilowing officers were elected: president, Mrs. Alice Dean: vice president, Mrs. Morton Moore; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Charles Pere.s; tracher, Mrs. Cora Fife; devotional leader, Mrs. Elva Spicer; program clwirman. Mrs. WUl Cole. Members exchanged gifts at: the • CtristmaS party following the busi- n&5s session. Mrs. Joe Little was a gif?st and there were seven mem- t^-s present. Refreshments were setved by the hostess. '>'><' Grests for Dinner (-'hristmas Day Mr. and Mi-s. Floyd McCracken rntertained with a dimicr in oele- brition of the Yuletide season at thvir home Monday. They l»ad as tlv.'ir guests Mrs. L. S. Weaver; Es- tluT and Ivan of Sedan, Kas., Mrs. -Ix-A Uoses. Mrs. L. S. McCracken, Mfs. Grace Ewing, Mr. and .Mrs. Harold Weaver, Eugene and Trudy, aird Charles Hackler. • •:• •:• Kijjoy HbUday Party Or; Christmas Quests of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Milled for dinnel- Christmas day were Mt;. ai;d Mrs. John Cross and chil- drr:n, Lola. Delmar and Kenneth, of Mcian. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mll- Irr" of Tola. • • • Gifpst.s of Ben Lytic Have Happy Day phristmas dinner guests at the hofne of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lytic ur«e Mis Ella Kcyser. Mrs: Ella Cliine. Lola. Jean and Gerald, Mi-, and Mrs. .John Keyser, Jimmy and - Bobby. Mr. E. L. Duroy, Mr. Burton Powers of lola and Mrs. R'. E. Aiiiesworth of Kansas City, Mo. • <• • Kaufmans Entertain At Country Home Sir. antjt Mrs. Roy Kaufman were ho|t and;hostess Christmas day at their home south of Icda to' the following dinner guests: Mr. and MrM. Ray Kaufman, Virginia, Gerald and Kermeth, Mr. and Mrs. Earl I^foore and Janice, Mrs. MOrton Mdore, Mr.-D. R. Phillips, Mr: Ed Curjy, Miami, Okia., Dale and Coiirtney Kaufman. THE lOLA REGISTER, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 27.1944. TOLA. KANRA^J 'Don't Be Afraid, Sisf Apparently as jittery in the presence or a snaKe as the next woman, Lt. Dorothy Crockard, Army nurse, is reassured by the firm grip Lt. <jg) Ernest H. Goldman, USCG, of Lynn, Mass.. takes on her wrist as the pair v/atch on Indian snake charm.cr do his stuff in a Bombay street. LaJttorpe Items COLONY, Dec. 26.—Miss Evelyn Jones of Lawrence spent the week- |' end here at her home east of town. S-Sgt. Murlin Welch, who was recently graduated from information and education course of the anny school for personnel service at Lexington, Va., has returned lo Port Meade, Maryland, where he will be an instructor. Mrs. George .E. Widner of Topeka spent the week here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. T Barron. Colony sent 41 Christmas bags to Winter hospital at Topeka. Miss Elsie Murphy who is a fre.sh- man at K. U., is spending the Christmas holiday!: here at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simpson and family visited at the parental Yates home in LaHarpe Sunday. Miss Maxlne Veteto of Kan.sas City spent the week-end here with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Barron entertained at dinner Friday evening in tionor of their granddaughter, Lovara Jane Barron's fourth birthday. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Barron and Lovara Janf-, Mrs. George E. Widner of Topeka. and Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Barron. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Veteto and Junior entertained at a family Christmas dinner Sunday. Tho.se present were Mr. and Mrs. Claude McGulre of Humboldt. Mr. and Mr:v Walter Ba.ss and Mr and Mrs. Jess Wilson of Chanute. Mrs. Lightunr and Mrs. Hazel Arnett and .so;i Ronny of tola, Mrs. Eva Wilson of Colony, Mlw Maxine Veteto of Kansas City, Cpl. Billy Veteto of Independence, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Veteto and Sherry Ann. Sam and Dick Freeman of LcRoy were Christmas dinner guests of their nephew, Bill Simpson ar.d family. Twenty-seven of Colony's young people went Christmas caroling Sat- m-day evening. Several Invited them "Hey. that's J pillbox!" ; CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK c. THURSDAY W. S. C. S. will hold their last executive meeting of the year at 2:30 p. m. in the church parlor. The Dorcas class of the Baptist church will postpone their meeting with Mrs. J. N. Burnside because of the weather. The North division of the Christian church meets with Mrs. F. A. Reeves. 812 N. Washington. Members are requested to bring articles for an auction. South division of the Christian Ladles Aid meeU with Mrs. Phillip Ray, 215 S. Oak, to quilt. FRIDAY The Country club bridge-luncheon will be ROitponed one week. LAHARPE; Dec. 27.—Roland Jacobs of Tensleep, Wyo., Is spending the holidays;"with his sister, Mrs, Evelyn Dick jouth of LaHarjie. 'Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Hoke,;Rev. and Mrs. Mervin Glass and little daughter, Mrs. Don Payne and Jlmmie and Cai-61 Huth, • were Christmas dinner giiests of Rev. and :Mrs. Megill of Predoijia. Fred Boektjn spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. George Rose and Mr. Rose. ' ' Mrs. C. H. ©Ison of lola came Saturday night -and remained until ChrLstmas nlffht at the home of her brother, -G. 11. Roe. Mr. and Mrs. Billle Roe afid daughter, Barbara, and Miss Ireye Roe were also guests at the G ; B. ^oe home Christmas. Mr. Harry ^Depolnter Sr., ;who is emi)loyed at -Bartlesvllle, sp^nt the holidays iwitl; his family, Mrs. De- polnter, Harry, Jack, and Mrs. Geo. Green. 'He '^ill return to Sartles- vlUe Wednesday. * Miss Pearl -Marie Bartlett pf loJa, ate Christma^ dinner with her fa- •therMr. Ra<: Bartlett and brother Elmer. ; . ' Miss Joan Wyte, who vijiiled her grandparents. Mr.. :ind Urii. Will Shaughnessef, returned to hfir home in Kansas City Chri-stmas night. Cpl. Earl Smith who recently returned from^ the Soutlr Pacific theatre 6i wnr. .^:ppnt the Christmas holiday.s :in V/ichitu. " ' Mr. and Mrs. Bert Zink entertained the following gueiits for Christmas dinner: a brother, Mr. W. P, Zink. vfife and daughter. Deloris of 'Leavenworth: Misses Vera and Clara Pfsher of lola, aiints of Mr. Zink: his mother, Mrs." May Wlngler,; who- hatl been visiting in Leavenworth -and accompanied Mr. and Mri W.-' F. Zink to LaHarpe, and who will remain,for a visit; and Mr. and =Mrs. ;Rex Wlngler and chll- di-en. Helen and Joan of.Piflua. a brother of Mi-s. Zink. Afternoon (fallers at liic Bert 'Zink home w^re Wr. Otl Elliott and daughter. Mabel, of Indiana, an uncle and cot'sin of Mrs. ;^ink. and Mr.s. Jane Adims. an aunt.of Hiun- boldt, who v.-eVc brought licre "by Mr. and MIS ": Ehr.er Adam.s and family or Cnrl.vlr. ' Mi.-s Uonn;. Grieve, who is om- plo.ved 111 Wi(-!u(ii. spent Christmas with hrr.'uicil^pi-. Mr.s. Bessie Gi -ievo and hrv :si:-.;crs. rttiirning to Wl^! ita Tuesday iiiornins. ; Mr. atid Mr.s. Claude Jury and little d4ughtcr Jeanette were supper guests la4 Thursday evening of Mr. and: Mrs.N Raymond Hlldebrand and daUghter.HUda. Mr. a'Jid Mrs. Lowell Baumunk had Cpl: Baumunk of Alamagordo, N. M., aiid Mrs.'Lowell Baumimk Jr. and little son George for Christmas dinner. Lowell Baumunk Jr. is m service somewhere Ifi the South Pacific. * Mr. a^d Mrs. H. E. Hall, north of town had their children. Mr. arid Mrs. Geo. VanattaJ Miss Doris Hall, and Mr. and Mrs, Ray Hall, all of Kansas City, i;or Christmas dinner. Their friend. Mr. Ott Elliott and daughter Mabel of Indiana, accompanied by^ their nephew. Mr. Elmer Adams and wife, were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs, Harry Ansell's children, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wlllets and family, 6l Bronson, Mr. and Mrs. RUssell Boyd and family of Garnett, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ansell and children yf LaHarpe, and Mr. Howard Ansell of Des Moines, la., who arrived Sjjturday and returned Tuesday.,, all for Christmas dinner, and Mr: Wlllets" mother, Mrs, Georgia Wlllets of Bronson, was also a dinner guest. ^ Mr. and Mri. Walter Pollet who were married last Simday were dinner guSiits Christmas of Mr. Pollet's coiujln, Mrs. Riley Shaughnes- r.ey and family; of, lola. Mr. and Mrs. W. Shaughnrssey entertained on Christmas day S. 2-c Harry Wilson, home on leave from Parragut, Idaho, Mr. Jame.s Wilson of Chanute, Mrs. Julia Wyte and daughter ,7oan, and Mrs. Emma Thornton and'^ .son Billie, and Mr George Thornton of Kansas City, and Mrs. Pearl Leatlierman and daughter ' Jantee, and son Ronnie, of Chaniite. ' Mr. and Mry. W. ». l^lhrop. on south Main street, held their Christmas dinner on Sunday and their guests were Mr. and Mrs.^ Merle Lathrop, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.,-Nicholas and daughters, Mrs. Jewel Loveland and Mrs. John Wesley Lust, .both of Kansas City, who spent Simday and Monday with home i folks. I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Price enter- | talned at Christmas dinnei their children Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Brown of Augusta. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Erlckson of Nevada. Mr. apd Mrs.! Fred T. Price of Moran, and daugh- j ter, Mrs. Betty Liptsin of Etiiporiii. i Cadet Midshipman Harry C. Ro;;- '• ers of Pass Christian. Miss., who hni-; ! been visiting his parents, Mr. and | Mrs. E. W. Rogers the pa-st ten days 1ms gone to Wilmington, Calif., to report for duty. Mrs. Ora Mauk and son Lee spent Sunday night arid Christmas with Mrs. Gard Mauk and children and enjoyed the Christmas , tree and gifts with the children. . Pvt. Gard Mauk Is In service and has been helping in the New York postoffice since November in sorting overseas boxes for the armed forces. Mr. Roy Gard of lola. a brother of Mrs. Ora Maiik, called in the afternoon. Postmaster and Mrs. Peterson and son Herbert, were Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. Peterson's brother, Mr. Kenneth Roedel and family of Elsmore. Herbert is a student at Kansas university and returns to school this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Pllcher and family of Nevada. Mo., Mr. and Mrs> Will Long and family of Sheldon, Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Glover and family of Wldiita, and Elbert Glover of Canyon City, Colo., were holiday guests over phrlstmas of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Glover of LaHarpe. MOST POPULAR SHRUB The lilac was the most popular flowering shurb in America for 200 \ years, a reign which ended with the i aftermath of World War I. !in for treats of candy and Mr. and I Mrs. M. M. Brown treated the gi-oup • to refreshments at the drug store. More than one-fourth of the employment in the automobile induf- ! try is located outside Mlchigjui. ui normal times. Would King Cole Be Merry With ^omach Ulcer Pains? Tlie legendary Old Kinft Oble might not have been a mei'ry old soul If he had'^stomach ulcer pains. Sufferer.<j who have to pay .the peni ally of stomach or Ulcer palhs. indigestion,' ga.< pains, heartburn, burnii)!,' JMensation, bloat nnc^ other conditions cati.sed by exce.s'n acid, should tt^' Udffa and they,- too, may be merry. Get a 25c box of Ud '?a Tablet.-, from, your dru^sJ-st.' Fii'st do.so mu.st convince or return box to us and gijt .DOUBLE YOUR ?40^(EY • BAdk at. COOKSBY'S DRUG, iind drag .stores ever>''where. SLEEPER MORJUARY . !'Hi )NE 72 You Can Usually Find It At After Xmas Sale LADIES' COATS ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED OFF iJ4y.50 Value.s Now Now _. 'Now . Here Are Just a Few of Our M any Money Savers $37.08 $30.12 $25.8S $29.85 Values Now ?;24.50 Value,s Now 918.75 Values Now $22.39 $18.37 $14.06 HEESSSES ON SALE > TWO LARGE GROUPS $3.00 I p to .S7.85 Values to $10.85 Values ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED! HATS 2 KIG GROUPS Up to $4.08 O© ValucH . . Up to $2.98 Value.s OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS NEKDED LOTS OF FOOD IMplodoctis, ancient dinosaur. ;Was so large (aljout 100 feet long) that sciditlsts figure a 700-pound daily diei^ must have been necessary to sustain- it.. COMFORT FOR AMERICA'S BUSY FEET IXiKCtUR No. 1 •^'ou'll say they're tlic mo-;! tomfortabic, mo^l easygoing :.Iiocs you ever had on your feci. Gold Cross Exercisers cuddle the arch, hug ihc heel . . . and their flexible sole makes hours on your feet seem like minutes. You'll love them. Famous for over 50 years as Red Crot^ I !ioc3 . . . Unchallenged value cl EXEICISR N*. 2 95 lr:> V THE B-JLL OF THE vsjCOuS) THAT'S JuS ^•1A '<E5ME NJERVOUS ^ IT.' EVERY- wiTH-T HOSE PAR-K J BODY FE6L& GLASSES- -I GET < THE SAME WAY' tHE F-EEL'.KJG THAT HE CAM 'T WATCM HE'S UOOiCiMe J EVERYBODY. AJ t5l (3H~ AT ME EOT , OMCE, BUT WITH FCC ALL I <MOVV i THO £€THIweS OfO OCULIST TOLD H,:?-'. JUST HAD TO WEAR •E.M A \,vEE'<, BUT CUR' I.KJG THAT WEEK PRO- DUCTICM WENJT 0? SO NUJCH TH HE FIG - URF-D : . :> SE A 1 -OOL ..J TAKE- EM OFF. OUR BOARDING HOUSE ^'f E6AD,^AKe.' VOUR PERROV UMNERiyEG ME.'TO TR IN J^C Tt4^T /VW OVxlNi BROTHER. VyA WllTK TA E VULE HOLlDAV AT '/ H^NJD,\MOULD SPIRIT TP.E TL)J?.V<EV INE RMSED FROVV l.'v^PANJCV.''-^ IT'S WELL TMKT-T.VOie&S TVAWAR.TED with , . . MAJOR HOOPLE ^ANAJ,QL)\T 6 ^AOKlN' TKE HANA { IF X eOLD A FE\M RAFFLE TICKETS VOUR OLD EASLE, THE HOt^eV STILL 16 INiTME FAMILV, AlNi^T IT? j,..^^ BROAOLV 6PEA.|<INi6= wo FOOLIM , Off. iI'ZS / ARE PLPvCED isi A I VVARP .i .AME'6 VOlNlGS, \ MA30R?\^JELL,l'/v\ / 60lNi6 TQ irOVENiT A BOR&LAR ALARM \ CM TH.Ar ORDER — WWENA ^TvAE PROVJLEE PRiES OP ^Ni VOUR OM,COlV\fe MOW. MR PIKE.' -CrA VJORKlNie OM THAT VERV IDEA .'-«.l4ASlvi 'T ANiVOWE HERE TOLD VOO' / rUE 6e £M NOf^lMATBD DMOFFICIALLV TO > WEAR THE MASiTLE / OF TtAE LATE (THOMAS EDISON^ f DO VOL) VJIZARDS F16DRE 0»vJ SLEEPlKiG ^^3IT^i^ THE WiMDOVOS CLOSED TILL A KOUSE - BREAUlER COMES ^ ALOMG f IJMAT ; IDEA s NiEEDS PRESVA* AlR=:.

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