The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 5, 1945 · Page 2
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V\CV'. TWO THE lOLA REGISTER, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 5, 1945. TOT.A. KANSAC {Frances Halbe) SIMPLE JOYS I have found such joy in simple things: A plain, clean room, a nut brown loaf of bread, , A cup of milk, a kettle as it sings, The shelter of a roof above my head, And in a leaf-filled square upon a floor Where yellow sunlieht glimmers through a door, I found such joy in things that fill My quiet days: a curtain's blowing grace, A growlnt; plant upon the window sill, A rose, fresh-cut and placed within a vase, A table cleared, a lamp beside a chair And book5 I long have loved, beside me there. ' ; O, I have found such joy! I wish 1 might Tell even' woman who goes seeking far 4r ; J For some elusive feTCrlA delight That very close to Hodife the great joys are! . Tliese fundamental things—old as the race. Yet never, through' Vief'&gea, com- monplacG. ,v .A —Anon. Menzie-Waddell Mrs. Helen Menzie announces the marriage of her daughter, Freda Helen, to Corporal Warren S. Waddell, of Washington, D. C, son of Mrs. Ednii WnddcU 'of New York City, N. Y. The.wedding look place at eight- thirty Saturday evening, December 23, In thr Albright Memorial church In Wa.slilngion, D. C, with the Rev. George Sclinabel reading the service; before an altar of flowers lighted by burning tapers. "If God Left Only You" and "At Dawning," were suna by Mr. James Blaclock. The bride was given in marriage by Mr. John Poling. Her gown was of white wool. She wore black accessories and carried a bouquet of red roses. She was attended by her sister. Miss Virginia Menzie, who wore a blue wool gown and carried a bouquet of assorted flow|;rs. Mr. Theodore Poling acted as best man for .Corporal Waddell. Mrs. Waddell received her education in the lola schools and for the last three years has been employed in the war department in Washington, D. C. Corporal Waddell has lived most of his life in Washington, D. C. He has just returned from 23 months in the European theater of war, where he was awarded the Purple Heart. A reception followed the ufedding at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Poling. Corporal and Mrs. Menzie are making their home at 5719 Fourth Street. N. W., Washington, D. C, for the present. • '> •:• Budd-Barley The marriage of Mary Ann Budd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Budd. Chanute, to Capt. John Nick Barley, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Barley of lola, was solemnized Wednesday, December 27. at 10 a. m., at St. Patrick's parsonage in Chanute. The Rev. Fr. John J. Maclnemey performed the double ring ceremony in \he presence of the immediate family and a few friends. Mrs. Bob Childers, Chanute, attended as matron of honor and Barbara Blackwood was bridesmaid. T" >m Nicklin, San Diego, was '..1 :>Ierle Budd, brother • :,. was groomsman. rill.' bilde wore an aqua suit with blown bl'ju.se and other brown accessories. Gardenias formed her cor.sasc. Her ensemble was completed with a gold colored coat. Mrs. Childers wore an aqua dress with matching half-hat and a cor- s.ngc of pink roses. Miss Blackwood's ensemble was of melon color with black accessories. Red rosebuds formed her corsage. Following the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served a^TTloga Inn. Capt. and Mrs. *Bari?y, left Wed- no.sday for Santa Mdplca, Calif., where Barley will rep^. for reas- .'••ignmcnt. Mrs. Barley is a graduate of the Chanute high school and Junior college, and is a member of the Beta I CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK | . «. MONDAY The B. P. W. executive committee meets at 7:30 p. m. in the rest rooms. Royal Neighbors will have a covered dish supper at the Odd Fellows Hall at 6 p. m. The Research club meets with MES. T. M. Shellenbo^er, 309 East street, at 2:30 p. m. Soroste meets with Mrs. C. A. Swiggett, 802 Wheder avenue, at 2:30 p. m. The Current Events club will me«t with Mrs. Phil Ray, 215 S. Oak, a4! 3:30> p. m. The Golden Unk club meets at the home of Mrs. A. O. Hlllbrant, SOS B>arlc street at 2:30 p. m., with Mrs. Gene Smith hostess. The Unity club meets with Mrs. R. H. Carpenter, 422 East street at 2:3© pi m. The program win be given by Mrs. Woody Perham. TUESDAY Junior high F. T. A. meets at 7:4S p. m. in the school auditorium. There wiU be an executive meeting at 7 p. m. Werfeyan SCTVice Guild of the First Methodist church meets at 7:30 t>: nt, with fiCrs. Leland Ul- rlieh at the Wtood-Ulrich apartments. The lole Music club meets at the Baptist Temple. There will be a business meeting at 2:15, followed by the program at 3:15 p. m. Mrs. Earl Palmer of Kansas City, Mo., will be the guest soloist. WEDNESDAY The Missionary Society of the Christian church meets with Mrs. M. E. Chryst, 323 E. Chestnut, at 2:30 p. m. Tangerine Queen Sigma Phi. She has been employed at the Sunshine Mantle Co. Gapt. Barley attended the Mildred, Kas., schools and was graduated from Humboldt high school and Chanute junior college. He entered military service in November, 1941, and was commissioned a second lieutenant May 22, 1942. After 18 months overseas. Barley returned this month to the States. He is a pilot on a B-24, named "Belle of Chanute" for his wife. The plane crashed June 1944, behind Japanese lines and only four of his crew were saved. Barley has received the air medal, three oak leaf clusters and the'purple heart. Out of town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. John Barley, lola, Mrs. Victor Pringle, Harrisonburg, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vance, Wichita.—Chanute Tribune. • •> •> South Pacific Missions U. B. Group Study Mrs. E. G. O'Neal entertained the Women's Missionary Society of the United Brethren church in her home Thursday afternoon. The assisting hostesses were Mrs. Clayton Hicks and Mrs. W. A. Hicks. "Christian Missions in the South Pacific" was the lesson study conducted by Mrs. Paul Wright. Mrs. Jessie Garrison read parts from a chaplain's letter about that area. A poem, "Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels", was given by Mrs. Henry Upshaw. Mrs. Mable Manning, Mrs. LaRue Hlckok and Mrs. Leon Schell each reported on highlights from the first two chapters of the book. "West of the Date Line." The hostesses served refreshments to two guests Mrs. Lela Hook and Mrs. Wilshire, and to the following members:'"Mesdames J. A. Pisher, Jessie Garrison, C. L. Heatherington, Lester Melrose, Leon Schell, Henry Upshaw, Harley Warren, Paul Wright, Dean Hayes, A. C. Hayes, LaRue Hlckok, Mae Kllnk, Mabel Manning and Cecil Stout. . • • • Baptist Women Use Africa As Theme The Women's Missionary Union of the Baptist church met at the Temple Thursday afternoon. Devotionals were led by Mrs. R. B. Cantril. She took aa her subject "By Him All Things Are Created". A study of Africa was conducted by Mrs. S. F. Taylor. She was assisted by Mrs. A. W. Trowbridge, who gave a report on the Belgian Congo. A letter was read from Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Stephens, missionaries in Nigeria. The program was concluded by the reading of a New Year's poem by Mrs. Irwta Turley. Mrs. L. A. Gunther, Mrs. Bud Wlilte, Mrs. Ann Leffler afad Mrs. S. C. Ed^rds were hostesses dtir- ing the social hour. • • •:• Sooth Division Qnilti At Phiiijr Rar Home Ttii TftemBcrs ' of'the South Division of the Christian church met with Mrs. Philip Ray Thursday afternoon to 'qnllt. Mrs. Philip Ray read the Bible tho&iShts. after which a prayer -WB* glT«j'6y Mirs. Harlan Taylor, tht Rev; and Mrs. B. W. Harrison were gilBBtft • Nonite Dean Cuesta, above, of Tampa, Florida's Tangerine Qufcen, gave New Yorkers ti look at her brunet beauty and her state's tangerines recently when she arrived on a Good WiU Tour sponsored by Winter Haven, Fla!, Junior Chamber of Commerce.' jTALKING ORDERS ' Airfbfa. lU.,'',)ab. 5. (AP)—Unemployed school ^children In this dty of 50,000 ate Ixamea f^m riding iKises imm 4 to 6 p. m. daily itotfer ah 'Office of Defense "ftansporta- llon.brdcr by Adininlstratot W. H. Abel. Abel said the directive was issued in "ail effort to alleviate crowded condition^ for war woiiers daring the'hisli hours. ' IroB • Aigeies. Jan. 5. (AP)— Dan }§iaieahUsmr>t the U. S. MsrltlAe ^mee comidains in a letter from the Psdfle! "I waded through the mud and rain last night to stand in the rain and see a picture show. The title of the picture was 'The Ralnis Came'." Humboldt, Jan. 5—Divisions of the Women's Service Guild of the Presbyterian church met yesterday iEtfternoon.' Division 1 met at the home of Mrs. L. T. Cannon, With Mrs. J. L. Parkhurst presiding. Mrs. Wayne Bailey was in chttrge of the devotions for the occasion. She chose as, her theme "Quicken the Spirit 'Within You." The program consisted of articles gleaned from current magazines: Mrs. Parkhurst reviewed an article "from Liberty magazine entitled "R<;solutlons for a Fateful New Year." Mrs. Henry Colbum reviewed "No Room at the Inn," by Edna Perl)er. A luncheon meettag was planned for the n®ct meeting, when Mrs. Parkhurst will be hostess. The luncheon will be at her home, and will be served at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Cannon served refreshments to nine members during the social hour. Division 2 met at the home of Mrs. E. R. WlUiams with Mrs. Charles R. Martin presiding. Mrs. J. A. Van Nice conducted the devotions for the meeting, using as her subject "New Beginnings." In connection with the? devotions Mrs. Martin- read "Consecration to- a Sorrow," by Dr. Clelland McAfee, which was reprinted from a 1912 publication. Mrs. Williams served angelfood cake and coffee during the social hour. Mrs. W. C. Caldwell shared the duties of hostess with Mrs. Williams, and assisted hi the serving. Ten rhembers and three guests were In attendance. Mrs. Prank Mather received members of division 3 in her home. The time was spent making plans i for the general meeting in two' weeks, when this division win be hostess. Mrs. Mattier presided over I the meeting. Five members of this division were in attendance. Mrs. Mary Schaffner returned Monday from Kansas City, where she spent the holiday season with her sister, Mrs. R. E. Duncan. The Women's Council of the Christian church met Wednesday afternoon at the church with Mrs. Ernest Gardner presiding. The time was spent making plans for the year's work. A church supper was planned for the near future, and will be sponsored by this group, and will be a churchwide affair in the form of a fellowship dinner. Mrs. L. A. West led the groiip in an inspiring devotional swvlce. A social hour was enjoyed following the business meeting, when Mrs. Lute DeWitt and Mrs. R. H. Johnson, hostesses for the occasion served delicious refreshments. . Member.s attending were: Mrs. Ernest Gardner, Mrs. Ralph Updike. Mrs. William Breedlove, Mrs. H. P. McKinley, Mrs. George Longbine. Mrs. L. A. West, Mrs. R. H. Johnson and Mrs. Lute De'Witt. Mrs. Fred Montague and her daughter Judith Lynn are here for a visit - with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beaty. She plans to make her home in Humboldt for the duration. Her husband is serving Ift the armed forces. Miss Vivien Kellems. Westbdrt. Oonn., war itrianitfacturehv the bi^dcasting of whose private letters precipitate*} 'a Senate committee investigation of wartime censorship, demfanstrates.^ne of her eompanjr's cable girippers to Sert. Clyde Reed,' left, of Kansas,and Sen. Kenneth McKetlar, of Tenness^. Misfr'KeIlem!s; told'the senators that her German friend was'i-io Nait^; that sHe wanted to know how their correspdndience ^ell >|nt<j^ the bands of a raf connnenttttor. i- .. Nursing visited at the home of her parents over the week-end. Sincere sympathy is extended to the MOlatd Cress family in the death of Mr. Cress's grandfather, Mr. ST. W. Baker of lola. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon- in lola, with biu-ial in La- Harpe. T-^ Arthur Scott and Mr.s. Scott of Port Leonard Wood Mo., visited £(t the R. C. Wright home over the *eek-end. Miss Norma Jo Wilker.son was a week-end guest in the E. J. Ronsick homfe Mr. and Mrs. Millard Crc.s.s and family attended a party at the Pussinan hall on New Year's eve. MP. and Mrs. Millard Cress ind fatally spent Sunday at the; J. A. Cress ; home. Arthiu- Baker of Si. Lqiiis was also a guest in the Cress home. Mrsi Carrie Weatherbie nh-i is ill' at the home of her daughter. Mrs, R. C. Wright, is not SQ well this Week. Mis.s Ardith Lee CoUison was a guest of Betty Ronsick at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. ROnsick on Friday night. ^ The M. B. S. club has received several letters from the boys in service thanking them for the Xmas packa'ges which had been sent to them." Among those acknowledging boxes so far have been Pat Kelley and James Ray who are overseas "somewhere in France." MORAN. Jan. 4.—Mrs. Gertruda Baker received a letter from her son, Sgt. Paul Baker, that he was somewhere in England, that his brother, Staff Sgt. Lloyd Baker, was in France and thai they had been together twice since going oversca.i. Mrs. Charles Vestal Jr.. and son Charles Russell, of Americus. .spen 'i Tuesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Prank Rees. JIINER TICEATRE Moran, Kansas .Sun.. >Ion., Tues., Jan. 7-8-9 Phil Baker. Marjorip Massow, Stanley Prater. In "TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT " Shorts News Matinee Sund:iy 1:30-3:30 p. m. Shov.s at 7:30-9:30 p. :n. Mrs. Thoma.s S'aoley and .stiii are here visiting her iiarents and her brother, Cpl. Kenneth Colgin, who left for Texas today .".fte; spending his fin-lough here with his parjnts. James N. Shively returned to Kansas State college, Manliatum after a visit here wiUi lii.s intlif-i-. Carl Shively. and otlier rc!,ilivc«. He visited I:iis aunis. Mi.'-^s CJra-je Shively and Mrs. Koruce Paskc. i-.l Toronto, while here. The Kackle Klub met at 'ihe home of Mrs. L. O. Smith for tlieir Christmas party. A 1 o'clock eiiickeii dinner was .served to tlio fulluwiir; member.s: Mi's. G. M. Pierce. Mr:;. Denton Wood. Mrs. Roy D. Finlcy. Mrs. Laura Martin. Mrs. P. P. Sawyer. Mrs. Q. E. L:icf-\. .Mrs. Walter Stron?:, Miss Ploy McGlas'.uin. Mi-;-,. W. E. North, Mi.s. Nettie McCo'-- mick, Mrs. John Paul. Mrs. Vale and the hoste.ss. Mr.s. L. O. .Smith. They sent three boxes at tlie Clirlstmas time to the Winter;; hosi)ital, Tnpe- kn, for :;nldier boys tliere. Bettv Lorenc Pierre WHS m;i(ic an lionor- ary member of the club. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Denton Wooti. SgVi. and Mrs. R. S. Daugherty are iiere visiting Mrs. Daugherty's pareUts. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Grumpier, Und Sgt. Daugherty's relatives here.* Last Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Riley Grumpier and Sgt. and Mrs. Daugherty has their Christmas plinner and their presents at the homci,' of JAr. and Mrs. Roy Bartlett j and Katherine, lola. They had post^ ponecl this until Sgt. Daugherty I could' be here. At the end of his furlough he reports to Hot Springs. Ark. '. Mi't. Charles Vestal Jr.. and sun Gharl'^s Russell, who have been here eince before Christmas visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vesta! Sr.. returri'd to their ^ home in Ameri- LMT, Wednesday. Mrsj Anna Cooper returned Wednesday from Camp Barkcley, Texas, where- she had been visiting her son O. E. -Bay Cooper. PATRJOTIC BIDDIES Decfiiur.. 111., Jan. 5. (APi—Mrs. A. W. JJichoUs was-on the prowl for a turltey around her farm after she i had fjund giant eggs among the nests reserved for her flock-of 240 hens. -: But;there wa.s no turkey, .so Mrs. NichoHs has decided that .some of I lier h'^n.s are heeding the govern- I menfs call for larger production. The big eggs weighed about 4'-.' ounces each, measured 8'i; inches lengthwise and 7li inches in circumference. LaHarpe Items LAHARPE. Jan. 4.—^t. Sgt. Earl Smith, who has been home from overseas left for Wichita Thursday morning where he will visit until Sunday when he will go to the air base at Santa Ana. Calif. Nigel McDonald of the coast guard accompanied him to lola where he took, the train to Kansas City en route to New •york for his assignment. Cpl. Ro.ss Banmunk left early Thursday morning for Alamagordo, New Mexico, after his Christmas furlough spent with home folks here. Tiie community wishes the boys a .safe return home again Biood donors from LaHarpe are 'o .sign up at the Mitchell drug store or at the Cook drug .store in lola.' -Many are needed. LaHarpe donors '.'o Monday afternoon. W. R. Mitchell of the Mitchell Servall was an lola visitor Thursday. Mrs. Pauline Ensminger was in Tola Thursday m.nking arrangements for the blood donors from LaHarw. Tlie night in 1934 Lillian Hellman's play. "The Children's Hour." opened on Broadway, the author's bank account was down to $55. Tliy .Irst Chinese minrster to Col- cmbi'a presented his credentials in July,. 1943. TO EASE MISERY OF CHILD'S COLD RilBOIII/ICKS ••VAMRUB V. J. EVANS TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE , TYPEWRITERS TO BENT 3 AU Makeit of Typewrltera Repaired ADDING MACHINES CASH REGISTERS ACALRH An Work Oa«nuite«d CaU for Free EstlnuM 106 E. Jackaoo Pheae ISM How youi« frul^ gof out of the II CRESCENT VALLEY The 'M. B. S. club will meet at the home of Mrs. Elwood Myers in Humboldt on Thursday afternoon of' this week. Officers for the coming year Will be elected. Miss Edith Atwood of Wichita was a gUest at the V. L. Palmer home over the-week-end. Cadet Nurse Betty Ann Ronsick of Kansas City Lutheran School of ower mEmoRiOLs UIITH PERSODflLII ill We pride ourselves on furnishing our custoniers with memorials widh personality —appropriate designs, of dignity and grace, with due regard to the place each is to occupy, and the naihc cadi bears. Tlie various motif s used in me- monai design — the Cross, Urn, Sbzfi, Coiuinn, Sundial, etc., ali have tbeii symbolic meaning^s, and our exj^enced designers know how to use ^csc sytdbois in the creation of a pitittg d^gn. i^aJl by our studio and sec the many bciiutifu/ memoriais, of all sizes and types, we have on display. • -tk 0[ AI EM. I VSE 6 to BE the kind of a guy who was aiways on the owing end of the Gea;. . 1 owed on the wedding ring. I owed on the house and the car and the ftirniturq. I.' I was even with the grocer; I owed the gas man. If I was even with the gas ji-.an. I owed the grocer. Golly, I ^ot tired But. it's alj different now! After Pearl Harbor, I starteti buying War Bonds on the Payroll Saving Plan. E ^'ery pay day, I lent 10% of my pay to Uncle Sam. Knew he needed it to win the war ... and this Payroll Plan'was the- simple, easy way to do my part." ] What's mpre, it's automatic. Keeps ifte buying Bonds regularly, instead 6J forgetting and frittering away the nJoney. ' Well, sir, I soon found out I coUSd afford putting this money in Bonds> Vm making better money these days,' and there's a darn sight fewer things for me and the misisus to spend that money on. So, I 'm actually coming out evert. Bonds and all. : And the other night, fingering over those nice cHsp War Bonds, I said to the rnissus: "For once," I said, "we g6t siome- body owing us money. Uncle Satnf He's promising tp pay us back $4.00 for every $3.00 we put in these Bonds. And, just between you and me and the laitip-pdst, •there's no surer promise in the world." "My," said the missus, "why dofe't we try to buy more of those Bonds out of your pay? I could do some paring down. iefs Se6 if we can't make it 15% instead ^oflO^." We did it, by goUy! AND SO CAN YOUl » KEEP THEAHACK! This Advertisement Contributed by the lola War Information Committee U. Q. AM^ S«ath Street Anto Farts C aiid F Mercantiie Co. AUnCoim^ implement Co. ^Dm Connif State Bank A&^r«ean SwVlce Co. An'YTi itnienm Graeery Bott itrliBekle Oarire «n«y Sine 8t«re Ik-f. eimpMB. M. D. C^WD Top Bat Club If; r.: C«tt « M. C.< CoH N. OaoiBe Salea Co. Cook's Dnic Store CboMey^ Drtic 8ter«> Copeniar Jewelry Store R Cnrtfa L. fe. Cyms Motor Co. Dr; Keat A. Dudley Donlop Tire A Babber Co Elliott'Motor Company Fdiatat^nVi Warm E. Frantz Frfer ^Bm. GrocM? & Market A. A. GiUet. Shamrock. Inn Gi6tM CIotht&K Co. H^'s. jLnaeh Gene Sarrlson Hende^B Realty Company H. B. Mess Feed Store tieo. Uiset Impb Co^ lola City OtiUties Dept. lola Laundry & Dry Cleanp-» The lola Register lola State Bank lola and Uptown Theatre* lola Wholesale Grocery Kerr-McFall Garment Co. S. II. Kress & Co. Kelley Hotel and Coffee Shop Kmpp Iron & Metal Co. Dr. H. L. Lacy .lohn K. Layle Dr. F. X. LenskI Lincoln Food Mart John McNally, Sinclair Ga* Grover Menzie and W. P. MeFaddeo Model^& Cut Rate Grocery Modern Cafe \ (iuy Gliver Complete Tire Service Ben ]^cnningtoD W. C.'Perham, U. S. N. B. .1. M. -Powell, J. C .I'enney Co. Ram.s^y's Logan* U. Reynolds Motor Co. Roscoi: Richardson Keith: Ricb»v<tm>n Ted R^bin-son and Vclma bir.vci-s The G^ambJe. Store. Self Siervice Grocery Sbann'on & Shannon Hdw. S & B Bakery A. B. Sleeper Dr. H. M. Stephenson. Lt. V. 8. N. B. South Street Cafe Stanley C Toland—Attorney Irving Tocley. Firestone Store \ Dr. Bebeoca Von Wald /\ B. G. Walton Foundry Dr. P. W. Waagh Mr.-Mr«. W. A. Weaver, Pic Theatre Tom Waugh Williams Monnment Werkx Western Anto (Associate) Store Alms Wise Music Stndle W. R Weo# Bad White Motor V*. i Si

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