The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 11, 1945 · Page 2
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Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 11, 1945
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T5I • PA HE-TWO THE ioLA REGISTER, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 11, 1945. lOLA, KANSAS THE BEAU.tY OF OLD SORROWS All things are beautiful When. •.})ass- ing time • Impels the Hps to whlspa- ^tong ago." -rr;/-;. The desperate days ol nfifed, the pitiless woe ' ' ivvi; Of love denied—the poor,'tinheed- ed rhyme " Of some old poet singing In Ills brief And lost anonymous-hoUT'-of "love and pain; Time, like a sunset, slants Ms "golden stain Of peace down all the somber halls of grief. More beautiful than bright Immediate joy- Are these old sorrows that the heart once found And lost at last in time's confused alloy Of tears and laughter. Sadly, like the sound Of some lone whistle from a train's far flight, Their memories blow lllte dreaips aci 'OHs the night. By Anderson M. Scruggs, Plus Ultra Meets At Parsonage Plus Ultra class of Trinity Methodist church met Thursday at the hoTTio nf the Rev. and Mrs. Robert B. Brown. " After the-devotional program led by Mi '.s. Fay Conover and a short bii.<;iness se .ssfon conducted by the prp-^ltlent. Mrs, Earl Ammon, the ft-ni^lniT was spent socially. r f'^-hrrnnts were served to the ••i-i-: Mr. and Mrs. Bud An- rint -cnn Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Cort- o'-nr. yrv. iind Mr.s. Earl Ammon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moore, i and ^jTr. find Mr.s. Harold Baker o".i Worn. Mrs. Vivian Relter,-Mrs. i=-^'i "-t L. Onrdner, Mr.s. Hirolf' ','-y -ny ^-r nifrs. .Tn'r"** H, Taylor and Miss Nellie Thompsonl ' •> • •> T ^iiot Hnnnr Guest *» F-tnilv Dinner Tt ?Trs. D. L. Chicken of I /i? Vp ^as. Nevada, were-euests o* Vvn^rvr at a dinner slven Sundn'^ pvor^jriiT bv Mr. and Mrs. Balnh Hi"'": nt thPir home west of lola. Prpspnt we^ Mrs. Clark M. Klne Ciai -Pmore. Oklahoma: Mr. If. E. Tfin-^p- T.fiv^enfe: Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Peter.'=OT, LaHarpe; Mr, and Mrs. M. T. T^es. Mr. Harold'Peck, nrri Tyir-r^. Ralnh Biees and chil- r'rpn. Bnrhara Ann and Shirley T "rne nnd Lt. and Mrs. Chicken. " r 'i-,vv<.r, was commissioned • !^ the Ve»a8Army .;, o,,^ received his silver -- " r^'.lhi on a B-17. CALENDAB FOB TOE WEEK THURSDAY A Methodist family gatbnios 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. • FBIDAV U. B. Special class ITUI have a covered dlah dinner at 6:80 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Barley Warren, Wheeler Belgbts. The American Legion Auxiliary meets at 2:30 p. m. In the Legion rooms to sew for the Veterans' hospital. MONDAY Salem Chapter No. 4 O. E. S. will have a covered dish canteen supper at 6; 15 p. m. with Mrs. Clara Wllllttms as chairman. Members are requested to bring a covered dish and sandwiches. Regular meeting and initiatory work will follow the supper. The woodman Circle meets with Mrs. Alice Shelby, 420 North First, at 8 p. m. - TUESDAY P. E. O. meets at the home of Mrs. C. E. Slsney, 309 East Madison at 3 p. m. lola Home- Makers unit meets with Mrs. Charles Llndley, 316% S. Walnut, at 2 p. m. The Harford Oh-cle of the United Brethren church meets with Mrs. Clarlne Card at 7:90 p. m. WEDNESDAY McKlnley P. T. A. meets at the schoolhouse. Executive meeting will be at 2 p. m. with the regular meeting at 2:30 p. m. There will be a penny parade for the student loan fund. Unpoucfie} Unfeeling mother of Cuddles, 2 Vi-month-old kangaroo in the Sacramento, Calif., zoo, tossed her out of the • maternal poueh and left her to shift <or hers«lf. But Cuddies is happy, having been taken into the home of zoo director Anthony Spencer. Above Mrs. Spencer feeds the warmly sweatered baby. •5tate Officer Visits Var Mothers' Club ' (Snpcift) to Tha R«Ki«ter) Humboldt, Jan. 11.—Mrs. Emily ^eterson of Kansas City, Kas., State Commander of the United States \rmy Mothers, paid her official visit to Bob Berry post Tuesday night in a called meeting at the L^lon hut. Mrs. Bessie Campbell presided Tver the meeting and introduced Mrs. Peterson. Mrs. Peterson's address was on the subject of "Organ- izsCtion," and proved both histruciive and interesting. Special features of the Army Mothers club program were pointed out as assets to the 3lub, and some were recommended for the local club's use. Dues for he ensuing year '^ere set at tL50 ;ier year by vote of members present, durin? the business session. The- •iiUF .l cnvoUiaeut It -c of $1.00 will ' intinue in force.. -Mr?. Fred Pabtriog,JUstorfan bt he local club gave an interesting eport of the club's activities during he past year. Refreshments were erved following the business meeting. • • <• ^lusical Current Events U Humboldt Club (Special to The Register! Humboldt, Jan. 11.—"Musical Current Events" was the subject for the program of the Humboldt Music ;iub Monday afternoon, when the •egular meeting was held at the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Verri Smith presided over the business session preceding the pro- ram. Mrs. James Redding, Mrs. O; P. Knight and Mrs. Garold Wemmer were voted into membership of the club. Mrs, P. E. Weldon and '.Irs. Vernon J. Kemmerer formed *.he receiving line at the door. Mrs. Charles B. Martin directed he program. The paper on musical current events, which was prepared by Mrs. E. N. Hill was read by Mrs. Vern Smith. Three great musical recordhigs were played as a special feature of entertainment. The first, Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, first movement, a great ^musical offerhie of the 18th century, the second, "I Hear America Sin^g," an offering of the 18th century, and "A Ballad for America," a modern composition of the 20th century. Mrs. Martini gave a brief introduction to each number in explaining the per- Comes the Revofution HCQtAN, Jan. 10—Mrs. A. C. Beat )a ipending a.few day* at; the home of her; daughter, Mrs. Mont {•Miller, near MUdred. .1 ^ Mr. Oscar Mills of Greeley, is at • ""tjie home of Ria daughter. Mrs. Carl Snodgrass. The sugar cane harvesting machme pictufed above, at Port Allen. La., is a revolutionary device reported to |»ave replaced 21,000 domestic field hands, most of whom h»ve entered war industries, in addition to many itinerant workers. S4nne 358 machines, each replacing 75 men and cutting IV* acres ^ hour, have harvested 2,500,000 tons of the 19«* crop. 'On to Bostogae!' U. S. State Head Anmnrrr *i» rr »\-lnnn Pninlr HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured gov- er lor, H. VERTICAL 1 Cautioned 2 Pressed 3 Limb 4 Lone Scout (ab.) ."i .\fflrm 6 rcniiilc .servant 7 Within 8 Permit 9 Greater in size 10 Posture Over field microphone, Lt-Col. Creighton (Abe) Abrams, o£ Jacksonville, Fla., gives the order that started the Third Army drive that relieved the heroic 101st Airborne Division garrison in Bastogne. Col. Abrams commands the 4th Armored Divl* sion's rescue spearhead. »d in history whioh each represented. A good attendance was reported. nor of 21 Drinks oC the gods 24 Roman goddess 26Sto\'e 1 Sea eagles 2 Wandered 33 Unit of electricity 35 Ceremony 37 Royal Italian family name 42 Alleged force 43480 sheets 44 Against 45 Compass point 48 Intellect 50 Male swan 52 Ells English (ab.) 54 Symbol for U War god 14 Leaping amphibian 15 Blood vessel 17 Share 18 Girl's name 20 City on Mont- 14 Card fct^,^ real island 15 V4fr|l3l|-F 5 .;2 African ' rie *MW> ' antelope 16 Chaos 23 Female rufT -t8 Placf«fS ^ - « » • 2 J Build 20 He U gover- 36 Render capable caHnun?^ 27 More' unu.'^fal S jlicitudes 29 Symbol for samarium SOThoron (sym.>| 31 Muse of poetry • 34 Be in accord 38 Native of Rome 39 Driving lines 40 Short sleep ! r - i-ways In '•,1.,;.- nn . 55 Judicable-. PLEASANT VALLEY Livestock doing fine and plenty of feed for everything. Majority of the poultry flocks here are in good production. Several of the farmers are getting out wood for fuel. No field work yet. The farmers are not discouraged but some of them are really mad at this weather. They will come out of it all right. They always have. George Thohoff, who is in the armed service and has been stationed at Camp Gordon, Georgia, is here on furlough visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Claus Thohoff and other relatives and friends. George is being transferred to a new training station at Fort Meade, Maryland. Mrs. Robert Belvoir visited Thursday with her sister-in-law Mrs. Pauline Helnrich. Miss Charlotta Kkicaid, her father. Lute Kincaid, and his son Red were trading and visiting friends in lola Sattu-day. Mrs. Marie Colgln of northeast of Moran, her son Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Colgm of near Bush City were Sunday visitors at the home of Marie's parents Mr. and Mrs. Claus Thohoff. We had a Clu-istmas box from our daughter, Mrs. Bruce Mayfleld and Mr. Mayfleld vrfio now are living at Camas, Wash., and in that box with other things was a nice bunch of filberts they had picked in their own back yard. They are fine and makes me want to go to Washington. Frank Helnrich and daugbtw WU- na are leaving Monday night for Indiana for a visit with relatives at Mr. Heihrich's old home. oran Naomi Taylor and her aunt from Kansas City t spent Sunday after noon with, Mrs. '.Kleyman, t MIN^K THEATRE J~ Moran, Ksn^ Snri., MOD., Tnes., Jan. 14-15«I6 Katharine Hepburn. Walter Huston, i AUpfi. Ma'oMabqn, In "DB^aON SEED" muia Ne!*» , Matinee Sunday 1:30 p. m.; Evening 7:30-9:30 Tlie Mbran Red Cross blood don- 0J3B. are hi. lola' today. Moran has eX6aMed hn 'i quota. The Moran liigb scJwwl was dismissed till noon today, (Wednes(Jax). . . Un.^a'Bftar.ot Kincaid, Is vis­ iting this week with her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Balsinger and Mr. Bais- tager. Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Nevltt attended ft medical meeting in lola Tuesday night. Mrs. I. G. Fowler, Parker is here to spend some time with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Fowler. The Phllathea class of the M. E. Sunday scliool met at the church Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Agner, teacher of the class had charge of tiie devotionals. The following members enjoyed a social time together, Mrs. Gertrude 'Baker, Mrs. P. B. Pundls, Mrs. Charles Agner, Mrs. Bertha Cubbison and Miss Floy McGlashen. At the close of the afternoon the hostesses, Mrs. Pearl Williams and Mrs. Vara Rogers, served dainty refreshments to their guests. Mrs. Lizzie Ford, Mrs. Laura Harclerode and Mrs. Carolyn Caldwell spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Mhmie Miller. Mrs. George Heckenliable of Elsmore, was a Moran visitor Wednesday. Mrs. Hattle Wood has spent the past few days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Marian Hunsacker, Kwho has been suffering ^n attack Whole scallions, with the tops neatly trimmed to allow about three inches of green, make a tasty vegetable. Steam imtil tender but not too soft. Serve as you would aspar- agias with melted fortified margarine, cream sauce and Hollandaise. B What To See In Kansas City. THIS WEEK-END: Saturday night dance. Hotel Continental's Sky-Hy Roof, Dee Courtney's Orcb^ra; Skeets Light's amusing piano, Omar Room;-Chiqulta and Qirl Band, supper dancing. Penguin Room . . . Friday-Saturctey nights,'-January 12-13. Tito Guizar, Latin-American ensemble. Music Hell . . :]Quke Ellington dance. Municipal Audltor- imn, Saturday night, January 13 ... Sunday afternoon. January 14, Philharmonic Pop Concert, Municipal Auditorium . . . NEXT WEEK: Don Cossacks, Russian chorus, Monday night, J ^muary 15, Music Hall . . . "Life With Father," comedy hit, Thurscj;, -Sunday ;iiL'h'..-^. Saimuay- S '.nTJ-jy ' riiu'iU'.-'-i. .Jinu.'-v 13 -2! -MiibU- Kail . . . W .i'I'CH fV-ii: Re:< Stout lecture, January. 22 . .•. "Gypsy Baron" operetta, January 23-24 . . . Alfred Noyes, ''Literature and Life," January 29.—Betty B. WISE The If. O. A. club met at the home of Mrs. Paul Eyler January 2, for ah all day meeting. There were only five members; present.. There w'as no business transacted and thej-e will be nd meeting the 16th of January as Mrs. Henry W. Eyler is ijnable to entertain the club at this thne. sir. aiid Mi-s. Paul H. Eyler entertained her brother, Pfc; Herman H. Schwietertag of Camp Gruber, Okla., and Mr. W. E. Rundall of Tola over' the holidays. Mr. Bob Belvoir is suffering with •the flii. Allen Helnrich is doing his chores. Mr. aijd Mrs. Keith Ulrich spent Friday night visiting at the Frank Delp ho^ie. Mr. aijd Mrs. W. E. Wilson spent Friday night at the Frank Delp home. They have been visiting their SOB, Jim Wilson and family of St. Joseph, Mo. They were on their re^n trip home to LaFon- talne, Kansas. Both the* Wilson families formally lived in: our district. Mr. Prank Heinrich is vlslttag relatives Jin Indiana. Miss Akn and Alice Shoiikey spent the week-end at the Delp home,' Mr. and ^s. Howard Shockey were dinner guests. Mr. P^ul H. Eyler and Henry W. Eyler atiended Masonic lodge - in lola Tuesday night. Do FALSE TEETH , * Rock. Rlidp or Sl?p? FASTEETH.,an improved jjowder. to be spyiiytled on upper pr. lower plates, h9lds false teeth mdre firmly in place. Do not sUde, slip or rock. No gimimy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. FASTEETH is alkaUne (nonacid). Dogs not sour. Checks "plate odor" (dtinture breath). Get FAS- TEETH at any drug store. . MEN'S Heavy all wool, plaid Mackinaw.s lined and half belted .90 Genuine Capeskin flap pockets and front Talon Slide Fastener $9.90 Of the flu. We are glad to report Mrs. Runsacker a Uttle improved at this time. The ladles of the Christian church served a lovely dinner to 35 member* of the Moran Booster club Monday night at the Christian church. A musical program was enjoyed by all. The president, Mr. Roy Flaherty, presided at the business meeting and several matters of business were discussed. The next meeting will be Feb. 5, at the Presbyterian church. The surface of the earth" contatas 35,000,000 square miles of land and 141,000,000 square mUes of water. PIQUED HoUywood. Jan. 11. (AP)—Steve Brooks, flhn studio wTiter, had nine pmictures in seven days. Then he observed his landlord's young son armed .with an ice pick. Brooks took care of that situation, and visited his ration board. The board voted four to one agsinst issuing a new tire. •The one vote in favor was his own. Brooks says he's undecided whether to retire from the board. Trout belong to the salmonidae family, and, like the .salmon, spend a part of their life in salt water, if conditions permit. January Sale Of All Women's, MLsses, Juniors and Children's Coats. The reduced prices are from 25% to 509c reduction. Also Some Women's and Junior Dresses at Greatly Reduced Prices. Broken Sizes and Colors. OUT am WAY By J. R.: WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPI.E

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