The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 10, 1945 · Page 2
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Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 10, 1945
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PAGE TWO THEIOLA REGISTER, WEDNESDAY jBVENING. JANUARY 10, 1945. (Frances Halhe) A MATTEE OF TEARS Up in the garret's darkish niches, Once lurked hobbergobe and witches, Leering nixies. Impudent fellows, Garbed in dusty browns and yellows. Crouched in jthe cobwebs, perched on shelves. Cackling eerily amongst themselves; Gloomy bugaboos poised to spring, Dinner-plate eyeballs glistening; Grizzly bears who'd quite enjoy A meal of five-year girl or boy. Up in the attic's spooky places Once were the awfulest shapes and . faces, Snuattln? there and awaiting for Me-me-me in the attic door. But that was years ago, and now They've mostly disappeared, somehow: And well I know they're 'fraid to wait. Why? Scared to death because I'm eight. By James Abell Wright. CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK Soprano Guest Artist ricases Audience The lola Music Club enjoyed a .song recital yesterday afternoon by Mr.s. Elvera Palmer, soprano singer from Kansaji City, Mo., with Mrs. Spencer Card as accompanist. The program was as follows: Se Tu M'ami by Pergolesl Morgen Richard Strauss Jal Pleure en Reve .O«orge» Hue Vissi D'Arte—"Tosca" Puccini A Memory Rudolph Oanz The Homing Heart Albert Hay Mallotte The Last Rose of Summer...Jlotow The Cry of Rachel Mary Turner Salter A Birthday .... .....R. Huntington Wbodman The Crying of Water -— Campbell-Tipton And So, Goodbye Jhnest Charles The first three niunbers were love songs in Italian, CJerman and French. Mrs. Pahner graciously gave the English translations so that the audience might enjoy them more fully. "Vissi D'Arte" was a .selection from the Italian opera "Tosca". The next group of three songs were especially appealing and were sung with beautiful tonal inflection and purity. As an encore to the numbers. Mrs. Palmer sang "Lul' by Brahms. I'he Cr>- of Rachel" In the last BTotip was full of despair and re- beUion and was outstanding in color of presentation. As encores to this croup. Mrs. Palmer sang "He Met Her on the Stairs," a bumor- oas little sone. and "The Lord's Prnver" by Mallotte. The songs were well Selected for variety and public appeal and gave opportunity for a fiUl display of Mr.s. Palmer's artistry. Mrs. Gard gave an accurate and s^•mnathetic accompaniment. It is throusth her friendship and former .Ti 'icciaMon with Mrs. Palmer th^t the club was able to present this recital. TIie refreshment table was beautiful with n lace cloth over a yellow hHfkTround, yellow candles and _ luvpiv cpnierpiece of small white mum.s. Tea sandwiches, yellow iced cup cnkos and coffee were served to members and (ruests. The host- were Mrs. W. A. Oooksey and M". P L. T'VinmtiQon .Tr, Assi'tfij M-ore Mrs. Cliffo^d Bushey. ; Mrs W. D. Clark. Mrs. Kent Dudley Mr.s. D : P . NorthrUD, Mrs. E. A Ro.sebusH, and Mrs. W. F. Seneker * * r ^'in^T B'"' A<sociailon ]\r«o«s !»• KMI PV Ttip 'iieti County Bar Assoclatioii held its regular monthly dinner meeting at the Kelley Hotel last night. Present were: Judge Wallace H. Anderson, Probate Judge A M. Dunlan. H. J. Nicholson, Bumey Miller, Prank Taylor, Kenneth Foust, Stanley Toland. Sbencer Gard, and G. E. Pees. The following officers were elected for the new year: president,,Judge Wallace Anderson; secretary, Stanley Toland; treasurer, Guy Pees. * • • Mrs. UUick Entertains Methodist GuUd Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist, church met last night at the home of Mrs. Leland Ulrlck. Miss Vivian Babcock, assisted by Miss Shirley Harcl^rode and Miss Perfect Funeral Service Each of our services is its - perfect as long experience and careful attention can make it—and at no extra cost. Phone 72 SLEEPEll MORTUARY THURSDAY The Woman's Auxiliary of St, Timothy's church meejts with Mrs. J. O. Armstrong, 606 South Washington, at 2:30 p. m. The North Group of W. S. C. S. of 'n -inity MetbodUt church wUl meet at Fellowship. Hall at 2:30 P-m- A Methodist family gathering will be held at the Oac City church at 7 p. m. There will be a covered dish dinner, a Crusade program and stereopticon views. The community is Invited. • The meeting of the Wood-Moore class has been postponed. Division one of the Fh-st Presbyterian church meets with Mrs. Ivan N. Lewis, 412 N. First street, at 3:80 m. The CWterion club of the First Methodist church meets with Mrs. Jake Elliott, 806 N. Jefferson, at 2:30 p. m. Division two of the Fhrst Presbyterian church meets with Mrs. "TTA . McClelland at 2:30 p. m. Division three of the First Presbyterian church meets with Mrs. W. M. Wells, 622 S. Cottonwood at 2:30 p. m. Fidelia class of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. L. A. Ounther, 218 N, Sycamore at 2:30 p. m. South Division of the Christian church meet;; with Mrs. Phil Ray, 215 South Oak. at 1:30 p. m. North Dlyision of the Christian church meets with Mrs. J. L. Malfltt, 708 North street at 1:30 p. m. Fourth Division of the First Presbyterian church meets with Mrs. E. L Slfers. 109 North Cottonwood, with Mrs. Fred Soper and Mra. V- Snyder assisting hostesses. PRTOAY U. B. Special class will have a covered dish dinner at 6:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Harley War- rfen. Wheeler Heights. The American Legion Auxiliary meets at 2:30 p! m. in the Legion rooms to sew for the Veterans' hospital. MONDAY The Woodman Circle meets with Mrs. Alice Shelby, 420 North First, at 8 p. m. Ruth Hillen conducted devotionals. The study of the year was introduced by Mrs. Bumey Miller who leviewed the first two chao- ters of the book, "West of the Dateline." Refreshments were served by the hostess. Present were Mesdamcs George Lee, Glen Thompson, Burney Miller, George Stewart; Misses Ruth Hillen, Luella Vamer, -Mar-.' Louise Coblentz, Elizabeth Babcock, Sliirley Harclerode, and Vivian Babcock. Baptist Class Has Dinner Meeting Miss Viola Lewnian. assisted by her mother Mrs. Lu)a Lewoum, and'Itlrs. King Matnfey entert%ied the members of th^ Ruth Btpwn Group of the First Baptist church' in the Lewman home Monday evening. Dinner was served to the following members: Mesdames Stanley Taylor, A. H. Davis, John .Bradshaw. Norma Prultt, Ravia Old, Aaron Endsley, Charley Wbod, William Burcham; Misses Wiltaa. Epley and Ruth ROgg. Mrs. John Bradshaw was in charge of the program. She took as her theme "Beauty for Ashes in Burma" and used Isaihh 40:28-31 as her Scripture, "Burma Yet Alive in Hopes" was discussed by ISis. Old and Mrs. Pruttt. Mrs. L, W. Clark and Mrs.. William Burchatn also took ,patt on the_ program. After a short business meeting conducted by the iB'esident, Miss Viola Lewman. the group sewed on white cross work. > <«• * Execative Board Meets With Mrs. Gavin Mrs. J. W. Gavin was hostess yesterday afternoon to the new and rething executive boards of thft Loyal Leaders class of the Christian church. Mrs. E. T. Davis, Mrs. B. E. McCoy. Mrs. John, Page, Mrs. H. O. Hubbard and Mrs. O. C. Ta.vlor make up the new board, while Mrs. Joe Wolfe and Mrs. ftank Node are the retiring members. The afternoon was spent in discussing plans for the new year. Out- standincr among this year's projects will be the piu-chase of a new Christian flag to replace the one destroVed by fire when the chiu-ch burned. Mrs. Carrie Schafer was a guest. Refrpshments were served by the hostess during the social hour. «> • « rhildren's Society Elects Officers The Children's Society of Ciu-is- tian Service of the Trinity Methodist church met in the Fellowship Hall Monday evening after school. The worship service and lesson were presented by Miss Nellie Thomnson. During the business ses ,sion the following offlters were elected: pre.sident. Betty Menzie secretary. Barbara B^ncheloe; treasurer. Leah Steward. The social horn- was spent in eames and contests. Refreshments were .sprved by the social committee, Blllie Brewimrton, Frankie Sue Pender and Barbara Kinch«;loe,. to the sDonsons. Mis .s Nellie Thompson and Mr .s. Earl' Moore and to 19 children. . ' * * * Pvenine PHdw Group Plovs at Clnb Mrs. John Hener and Mrs. John McVally were ho -stesses last ni<»ht- to tbfi evening hrldee group at thp country club. Prices were- won br Mrs. N. J. Brigham and Tcm Wanch. Present^ were: Mes.srs. and Mesdames H .'L . Miller.. N. J. Brieham W. A. Cooksev. J. M. Powell. J. P Shinp. John M C W B U V . P. O. Mann Antrpio Scott. Tom Wauirh. Joh" Herter. C. L. Hovt. Oene Harrison Mafor and Mrs. Jop Lime.s. Dr. anrf Mrs. H. L. Lacy. Mrs. A. R. Cham- hpi-s. Mrs. P. G. Apt and G. B. Parks. lOLA, KANSAS You Can Usually Find It At Roomy—Well-Made O'DORA .... $4.98 $749 $9.98 . ...... , , -. • . . . » •=-BIG AND ROOMY —MIRRORS IN $7.49*AND $9.98 RANGES —SHELF AT TOP 3C EOMIStON W/W IO TO 20 WEEK5 TO PAY mJl ^BOLDT, Jan. ,10—Mrs. C. C. Strleb^ received members at the Lawtoil circle, Ladies of the O. A. R. in Jier home Monday''afternoon, when ithe regular meetlbg of the circle 'was held. Mrs. pia ^ust presid^ over the meeting.'Daring the Illness session, officers' for the en^.ulng year were Installed, with Mrs. I;teie'Eastham, pajit president of La^rton circle in charge. She was assisted by Mrs. Minnie Seymour, iffondustress. Officers installed were: ; president. Miss M4e Wilson; senior vice president, Mrs. Lilis Redfleld; jimior vice president; lUrs. MoUie: Shields; Mrs. Ethel Hess, treasurer; Mrs. Wanda Rack, secretary; Mrs. Florence Strleby, registrar ;a.Mrs. Nora DeWitt, patriotic instructor; Mra. Minnie Seymour, conductress; Mrs. Carrie Cushman, assistant conductress; Mrs. Ethyj Glore,^guard; Mrs. Elsie Easthaih, assistant guard; Mrs. Elora Card, musicl(in. Mrs. Agnes Wixon and Mrs. Edla Foust were in attendance at this meeting, in addition to the officehi named as installed. Hrs Strleby was assisted by Miss Mae Wilsoii hi serving refreshments during tht« social hour. ;Mrs.; Julia Blattner entert^ned with a dessert bridge at her home Friday nleht. Three tables were formed- High score prize was awarded to Mrs. Eleanor^ Donaldson, ahd low .score award to Mrs Ruth Wood. Mrs. Blattner's guest Ust inchided Mrs. Elizabeth Arnold, of Peoi-la, Mrs. Arlene MoConnell, CrawfcirdsviUe. Indiana, Mrs..Margaret >fcGlnity, Mrs. Clara Horn, Mrs. Polly Allen, Mrs. Ruth Wood, Mrs. ti^yce Colbum, Mrs. Marcella Metzin^er, Mrs.' Wynona Montague, Mrs. I(Iar.1orie Harwood and Miss Louise Doty. Mr. i»nd Mrs. C. C. Strleby spent yesterday at Burlington, where they were iMJests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Wentz. They were joined "at Burlin^on by Mrs. Lawrence Strle­ by, of Sharon, Wis., and Mrs. Victor Mauer. of Chicago. Mrs. Mauer Is a daughter of Mrs. Lawrence Relief At Last Creomulsibn reUeves promptly, bie^ cause ft goes right to the seat of the •.roubl^ to help loosen and expel ?erm laden phlegm, and aid natiue to soothe and heal raw, tender, In- lamecC bronchial mucous mem- ranes. Tell your druggist to sell yoi . bottljf of Creomulsion with the un- erstahding you must like the Way 1' uicklj- allays the cough or you ar 1 have .your money back. n miOMULSIOh • Co ^^hs. Chest CoMs. JirnnrhU v:.He FoPjgot One Thing He. was prepared in every way \fut one. All .his afiFairs were i in order—his invest- menta. his insurance. In only one respect he failed to relieve his fstmily of a sad responsi- bility^j He neglected his family mj^morlal program. Thl^ is a matter so frequently put off because of unfamiliarity. Consult with us without obligation on all details of your memorial program^ Ask us about the famous^Rock of Ages 4-Way Guarantee of Protection. Thlt kock 0/ Agej _ TraOt-Mark Stal U • W ' i etched, inconiplcu- \ mm mm 1 Tradt-itBHi momupent. WILLIAMS Monument Works Strietw, ahd liad been'called to Topeta by ^ death of her mother. Mrs. Rebecc^ D. Lynn has returned frwn; Kansas City, where she^spent the Ijoliday season with her son anil family. ". Sgt. and Mrs. Richard PUcher liave returiMd to Ft. Smith. Arkan^ sas. after s^; visit here with home folks, while' Sgt. PUcher Was enjoying a furlough. He is stationed at Camp Cliaffee. Mrs. Ada^ Steenbock of Denver, stopped in Humboldt Friday for a visit with Mrs. Susan Steenbock, 'and Mrs. .X; .A. Pickarts and fam- i^, Mrs. .Steenbock was enroute from Denver to a post in Mississippi tp visit her .son James, who is stationed therft. She continued on to if^. destination after a two-days v^there- ' ^ Mrs .i Russell Oirsch is vl«itlng her tfusbahd's parents hi Olathe. IW, and Mrs. Barney Morgan if ^gundciy in Kansas City. Dr. np-plans to return soon to the lean Republic, where he ]s •tipiied as^a missionary. He has _ in here 6a furlough, visiting his fitmily here,' and his brother and fbmily at Moltae. Moran Happenings MORAN, Jan. 9—Miss Eula Davis, Kansais City, spent the week-end here with relatives and friends. Guests of Mr. and Mis. Roy Hurley Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Nenl Gilliam, Mrs. Cynthia Mitchell, Mrk. Harold Hardy and son Randy and Mr. and Mrs. C^a Prettymah. Pvt. Orvllle Knapp arrived last night from Ft. Smith. Arkansas, called here by the death of . his father, Mr. P! E.. Knapp. Mrs. John Manbeck of Oakdale, Calif., and Mr. Floyd Knapp of Kioenix, Arizona, will be unable to attend their father's funeral. Mr. Slaughter was an lola basi- ness visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charle.s Vestal spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mr.s. Frank Rees. Mrs. Raymond Perkins who underwent a very serious operation at Joplin, Mo., returned to her home here Saturday night. Mrs. Perkins has been at the home of her sister in Joplin, since leaving the hospital. Miss Pauline Rawlings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Rawlings, and Mr. Jack SplUman, Selma, j were married January 2nd. The many friends of the young people are extending* them their heartiest congratulations at this time. They will make their home at Selma. Supper guests Saturday night of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Crumpler were Mr. Robert Daugherty, Staff Sgt. Richard Lambeth and Sgt. and Mrs. Robert S.- Daugherty. Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Young and daughter Dorlene spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tllman Booth, near Lone Elm. Sgt. and Mrs. Robert S. Daugherty are in lola visiting Mrs. Daugherty's sister, Mrs. Roy.Hart- iDtt. Mr. Bartlett and Katherlne. Word from Mrs. Q. E. 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