The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 17, 1945 · Page 2
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 2

Iola, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 17, 1945
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PAGE TWO (Frances Haibe) DREAM HOUSE Lei there be within these idiantom walls Beauty where the hearth fire's shadow falls . .. Quiet pictures — books — welcoming chairs ... Music that the very silence shares. Kitchen windows curtained blue and white ... Shelves and cupboards built for my deUght . . . Little things £hat lure and beckon me With their tranquil Joy! And let there be Lilt of laughter—Bwlft-forgotten tears Woven through the fabric of the years . . . Strength to guard me—eyes to answer mine. Mutely clear. And though without niay shine Stars of dawn or sunset's wistful glow- All of life and love my house shall know! —Catherine Parmenter NewelL CALEWPAB FOB THE WEEK | Wagner-Thomas Mr. and Mrs..Harry L. Wagner, 802 North street, announce the marriage of their daughter, Marjorie Ellen, to AOM 1-c Jack "Hiomas, USN. The wedding took place Monday, January 1, at 3:30 p. m. at the Union Methodist chtirch in Washington, D.. C, with the Rev. S. K. Cockrell reading the ceremony. AOM 1-c Thomas Is the son «f Mr. and Mrs. M. L. gliomas of Rome, Georgia, and has just recently red from active service In-the South Pacific. Mrs. Thomas was graduated from the Ida high school and junior col lege and from the Huffs School of Business In Kansas City, Mo. She was employed at the lola Wholesale Grocery until two years ago when she resigned to take a position m Washington, D. C. She is now secretary to the chief executive of the Treasury Procurement Department. She will continue working for the present. * • • Mrs. Slsney Entertains Chapter L of P. E. p. Mrs. C. E. Slsney entertained Chanter L of P. E. O. yesterdav afternoon with Mrs. J. M. Powell its- .sl.<;ting hostess. Mr.s. M. c. Colt presented the program. u<;lne as her subject "Pounder's Day". Present were: Mesdames A. M. Kpnt. Florence Beldln^, T. M. Shellenberger. C. B. Spencer, R. M. Wn'thlnqton. L. O. Northnv, D. P. Northrup, C. L. Hoyt, Rowtux! Immel, J. T. Reld, Rex Bowlus, Clyde Thomnson. J. G. Stadler. P. E. Wni"^h. Fred Sooer, E. B. Cook, R. H. Carpenter. M. C. Colt,C. E. .Slsney. J. M. PoweU: Misses Jessie Pry. Jane Reld, and Mary Ellen Stadler. • • • Friends MM;! to Help Celebrate Birthday poiotive<; ar.d friends eathered, !>* the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Prank C. A. FIsk, lola; Mr. .and Mrs. P'-k. ing N. Flm Street. Sunday, Harry Plsk and family, Coffeyvllle; Jamiarv 14. to helo Mrs. Plsk'cele- . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tlce, Cha- brate her 72nd birthday. |nute; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lamp- Two blrthdav cakes centered the man, and Mi-s. Laura Jackson, table at the bountiful dinner served Kansas City; Mrs. Charles Tlce, Jr. at noon. The finest of honor re- and daughter Ann, Chanute; Mr. celvpd lovely gifts. i and Mrs. Eugene Pisk, Piqua, and Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Plsk. THURSDAY Circle Esther will meet at 2-.30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Clarence Warren, 801 East Madison. Dorcas Circle meets with Mrs. R. L. Copeolng, 209 S. State, at 2:80 p. m. Social Order of the Beauceant meets at 7:30 p. m. Social bour and refreshments. Circle Jtory of the Plrst Methodist cburdi meets with Mrs. J. P. Humes, 8S0 North Jefiterson, at 2:30 p. m. Ch-cle Ruth of the First Methodist chun^ will meet at 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. Marion Green, 714 5. Sycamore. Ch-cle Hannah of the First Methodist church meets with Mrs. Clara Smith, 203 E. Irwta, at 2:80 p.m. Mrs. W. P. McPadden is the chairman. Rebekah Lodge will meet at 7:30 p. m. for initiation and program. The Trinity W. S. C. S. general meeting will be at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. E. J. Wright, 328 South'Third. The Korth Division of the Christian thurch will meet with Mrs. J. A. Grifath. 216 North Cottonwood, at 1:30 p. m. The South Division of the Christian church will meet with Mrs. PhilUp Ray, 215 South Oak, at 1:30 p. m. Martha Circle of the First Methodist church meets with Mrs. E. E. Harrison, 502 South street, at 2:30 p. ml > The Grange Hwnemakers club will meet at 11 a. m. at the home of Mcs. Clyde Moss with Mrs. Nellie Bauer and Mrs. Edith Karr as hostesses. Women's Missionary society of the Presbyterian chiu-ch meets with Mrs. C. E. Russell, 202 South Cottonwood, at 2:30 j p. m. * The Baptist groups meet at 2:30 p. m. Group 1 meets with Mrs. D. J. Ludlum, 602 North Jefferson; group 2 meets with Mrs. A. V. Alexander, route 3; group 3 meets with Mrs. King Matney, 312 North Sycamore. PRnJAY Past Noble Grand will have an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. Clara Hinbrant, 505 Park . street. Members are asked to bing thehr thimbles. The Gas City Home Demonstra- ttoo club meets with Mrs. Frank Nogle at 2 p. m. Mrs. W. D. Jones and Mrs. Lloyd Carter will be hostesses at the Country club luncheon at 1 p. ». MONDAY Current Events club meets with Mrs. S. B. Plsk, 214 S. Colbum, at 2:30 p. m. Sorosis club meets with Mre. Alex Stroup, 814 East Street. Golden Liink meets with Mrs. C. E. Williams, 323 S. Sycamore, at 2:30 p. m. fknnnnnM Approaching Msrriace of Daagbter The Sunday edition of the Dallas Times JtCrald csttled a picture of Miss Maty Carllalet dfmghter of Mrs. Lillian Carlisle, aliiiti the following announcement of Interest to lola people: "Kirs. Lillian Carlisle entertained with a luncheon Saturday at the Mural Room annoimclng the engagement of her daughter. Miss Mary CarlUle, to Ensign Ja<!k An- dexson. USNR, son of Mr. and Mrs. Axel W. Anderson, lola. K^as. The wedding will take place^Friday, January 19, In Jacksonville, Pla." Miss Carlisle Is the niece of Mrs. S. A. Bixby. <» • • Shower tor Miss 03rien At Coimtrjr dab Mrs. Dwlght Howard entertained at the CoUntrjr club Monday evening with a per-nuptlal shower complimenting Miss Kiyllis O'Brien, who is to be married SuBday, January 21, to Edwin Harcleroda 'ot Chicago, ni The evening was spent in appropriate games and contests. Refreshments were served at a table centered with a doll bride and lighted by t^ blue and white tapers. The blue and white color scheme was continued in the sandwiches and In the white cakes with '^Rtyllis and Edwhi" in blue lettering. As a gift from the hostess. Mlsj O'Brien received a gardenia corsage and a bride's book. Invited guests were Miss Phylli"; O'Brien, guest of honor; Mrs. Geo. O'Brien, Mrs. E. M. Harclerode, Mrs. Virginia Clendenen, Mrs. Dorothy Frantz, Mrs. liarlene Roberts, Mrs. Evelyn ,SUtzd, Mrs. Clifford A. Bushey, Mrs. Verie Childress, Mrs. Ida Howard,"Mrs. Julia Hllffmaster, Mrs. Katherine Waite, Mrs. Inez Copening, Mrs. Guy Spencer, Miss Shirley Harclerode, Miss Berenice Dobie, Miss Artey Weatherman. Miss AnnabeUe Di,cklijspn, Miss Mary Louise CoWentz,' Mite ' Elizabeth Baboook, Miss Viviah SHISTOI, Miss Eleanor Stewart^ Miss Barbara Cal- ovlchi Miss Lois Watkins, itlM Berve Rlepe,.-Mlss Jiane Brejner, Miss Norma Lee Meredith. HANDY Pittsburgh, Jan. W. (AP)—You never know. Miss Solle Giaf, 27, will tell you when white shoes come'. in handy. She brought ope' of hers into court yesterday afid Showed where she had jotted a license num-^ ber after a Ut-nm accident last: July: "I didn't have paper," she ex-', plained. THE lOLA REGISTER, WEDNESDA-^ EVENING, JANUARY 17. 1945. QUILT PATCHES ONE POUND QUILT PATCHES Large Pieces Make Pretty Aprons Latest Fad SPEaAL 25c RoU Richardson's more energy per tllce More vitaminfi in every slice, more energy in every loaf ... that's what you buy—^when you order S&H Vitamin "B" Bread. Bread is a basic food that everyone eats, and we have doubly enriched it with vitamins for more health and energy for your children and you. TRY OUR PASTRIES V They have that wholesome, home-baked i;as1te plus a caterer's masterpiece am)earance that wjfl never fail to satisfy you. ... . You'll Find Them On Sale At Your Favorite Grocery S & H BAKERY ^ Stage Adtress HOI(IZONTAL Seityself 1,5 Pictured 51 Fish eggs acti^ess 10 Erbium (symbol) 11 Each (ab.) 12 Measures of cloth 13 Account of (ahii) 14 Elec^^al engineer (ab.) 15 Lieiitenant (atf.) 16 Born 17 Trajiispose (ab.) 18 Conductor 19 Toward 21 Like 22 South America- (ab.) 24 Exclamation 26 Inspires reverence 28 Accomplished 30 Sh^rt sleep 31 Po£.sess 32 Network (ariat.) 33 Sprightly daiice. 35 Measure of are^ 36 Nova Scotia (alS.> 38Alfir 39 Greek letter 40Fi^es 44 And (Latin) 46 Age 47 Bone 48Ir(m (symbol) 52 Southeast Xab.) 53tJpon , 54$aintei3 ones 55-She is a ' star VEETICAL k 1 jloney maker 2 Before 3 Shouts ' 4 Tardy 5 Sell 6 On the sheltered side 7 Employers 8 Chapeau 9 Neither 19 Tantalum r (symbol) 20 Possessor 21 Species of • • ti^ee 23 Decorate 24 Sjibjoin • 25 Him 27 Dine ; 29 Be iiideOled 32 Egyptian sun god, 34 Long Island (ab.) 37 Deterhiined 38 Property item 41 Underground part of plant 42 Individuals 43 Misfortune 44 Printer's measures 45Beverr.jc " 48 Mist - 49 Compass point 1. 2 10 I? 5- b 7 S r 12. ; lb n JEDDO Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vincent, Max- Ine and Eugene, were Sunday dinner guests at Bill Shigley 's, Mrs. Mildred Scoville of Kansas City and. son Captain Curtis Scoville of the Air Corps and wife, of Denver, Colo., are spending a few days at the A. C. Dick home. Captain Scoville is being transferred to Louisiana. He returned to the States last summer after spending a year in China. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Marvin ami family visited Sunday afternoon at Jim Jackson's. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Baptist :ind Ladlne visited Sunday aftemooii at Unlontown with Mr. Baptist 's broln- er John, who has been quite ill for some time but is somewhat, improved at this writing. Pvt. Bobert Crawford is spending his furlough with his wife and her parents', Mr. and Mrs. W. Mowry and girls. Pvt. Cjawford returned lOLA, KANSAS from overseas in December. He and his wife will leave soon for California where Pvt. Crawford will return to the hospital. The Bethel club will meet with Mrs. Ruth Coykendall Thursday, January 18. Election of officers. Everyone please be sure and attend. 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