The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 23, 1945 · Page 2
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PAGK TWO THE lOLA REGISTER] TUESDAY EYEING, JANUARY 23, 1945. lOLA. KANS^? ^ (A {Frances Haibe) YOUTHFUL HUMOB All unbeknown a lad of three May i gain the heights Of comedy; In unself-conscious pantomime He oft portrays the modern time. A young-old comment he may make Can!well expose a grownup's fake. And Imany times a youthful thrust Brings empty dignity to dust. But when he's reached the age of six. He has a different set of tricks; No longer unbeknown his fun— Another stage has now begun. Oh, now it is all humor's lost, And in its stead a world embossed With violent act and repartee. All in the name of comedy! When will vou learn again, my son. The subtle limits of good fun! —H. Ford Oglesby. O'Brlen-Harclcrode Miss Phyllis O'Brien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George H. O'Brien, and Mr. Edwin Harclerode, son of Mr. and Mr.s. M. E. Harclerode, were married at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, January 21, at the First Methodist church. The Rev. Chester E, Slsney read the service before an altar of pink ai^d white snapdragons and yellow chrysanthe- mum.s, pnlms. ferns and burning blue and white tapers. The wedding march and musical program was played by Mrs. Burney Miller. Mrs. Floyd Smith sang "I Love You Truly" and "Because," accompanied by Mrs. Miller. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father,- Mr. O'Brien, wore a gown of white satin and lace with fitted bodice and short train edged in lace. She wore a veil in fin5;er-tip length and carried a colonial bouquet of white gardenias, gladioli and snow mums. Attending the bride was her sis- fer. Miss Voylla O'Brien, who wore a gown of blue georgette with shirred bodice and full skirt. She wore a corsage of pink Brier Cliff roses, sweet peas, and Garsha .mums. Miss Shirley Ann Harcler- r,,-> -i-t"r of the brideToom, lighted the tapers and Mr. Dwlsht Howard acted as best man. The ushers were Mr. Leslie Leavitt and Mr. Wesley R. Clendenen. A reception in the church dining room followed the ceremony. The 3-tiered wedding cake wreathed in smllax was .served with canapes, cocoa and coffee. Mrs. Harclerode is a "sraduate of Tola hieh school and of Salt City B"=lnp<:i; College and has been employed bv the Cooperative Power & T,i"ht Cn.. for th^ past five years. Mr. Harclerode was Graduated from Tola hish school. lola junior ^niioTP, nnH Kansas State College T,,,, T „^t,Ho TTrioJloTi frBtprnitV. vipr rrointr awBv casttimc Mrs. TT.>.r.iA.*nHp />Vinep n fhynp,-ri\anp pnlt of b-own nnd white hound's tooth chenk. Her acrcs.sorles were of | brown lizard and she wore a cor- .intre of white gardenias. Mr. and , Mr.s. Harrlerode are .spendlnc their hov^vmoon In Chlfftfo and will be nt home nt 1*08 East 70th street, Chi^n^o. ?6. Illinois. The weddimr guests included Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Harclerode, Mrs. Max Alexander and son Ronnie of Svptimore. Kansas, Miss Vovlia O'B'len of InriiananoILs, Indiana, ^'i-. L. w Lnnv-on of San Antonio. 'Tp^.^c n^rR. Lawrence Harclerode and dnuo'htpr -Tudv L>Tin. of Inde-, pendenr-c. Kansas. Mrs. P. L. John- .ston of St, Louis, Missouri. Mrs. Roy Rinoer and Mr. Richard Sineer of .«?T'nnhiire. Kansas, Mrs. Nannie •.r-Co^tv or^rt IT,. „r:r\ MTS. R. B. •tT-.i-.,„ Ti„„iv,Ht Ksr.sas. Tnin 1,-1.^0 vi^^^^pj^ y,y several pre-nuptial partip.s last week. <• riirrent, Evpits Club W*h Mrs. Fisk Current Events club met vester- dpv at the home of Mrs. S. B. Fisk wit>i pl°ven members present. DUrlncr the business session the members voted to make a donation to tl^e infantile paralysis fund. "Juvenile Delino.uency" was the snhiect of the nrogram led bv Mrs. WUe'- Maudlin. Her paner was followed bv a General discussion. Mrs. Lewis Buehler becaftie a new member. Other members present were: Me.sdames B. W. Adams, Walter DavLs. S. B. Fisk. J. H. Fraser, Leon Gelnhman, Rav Hale. C. M. Jewett. Walter Matidlln, Lee Mnorp. E. W. Mvler, Phillip Ray and Miss Amv Jones. • • <' Family Dinner Held At Bover Home Seaman First Class Harlan R. Bover was a giiest of honor at a family dinner given by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Beyer, Sundav, January 21. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Boyer and son, Danny, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Boyer of Kansas City, Mo. • • <. Auxiliary Votes Money To drican Fond V. P. W. Auxiliary met in Memorial Hall Monday evening for their reeular meeting. The members voted to pay ten dollars toward the fund to buy a Hammond organ for the veteran's hospital at Wadsworth, Kansas. Plans were also made for a Valentine .party to be held February 12. There were fourteen members preaent. CALENDAR FOB THE WEEK | TUESDAY The Royal Neighbors will meet at the Odd Fellow hall for initiation at 7:30 p. m. The country club bridge group will play at 8 p.m. Mrs. N. J. Brigham and Mrs. Alfred Nash are hostesses. WEDNESDAY Lincoln P. T. A. study group meets with Mrs. Maynard Morgan, 821 N. Chestnut, at 2:30 p. m. Annual Parish meeting of St. Timothy's Episcopal church will be held in the Little Theatre of the Community building with a covered dish dinner at 6:30 p. m. preceding the business meeting. THURSDAY Third division of the Presbyterian church meets with Mrs. Warren J. Loy, 406 S. Cottonwood, at 2:30 p. m. The executive committee of the W. S. C. 8. of the First Methodist church will meet in the church parlors at 2:30 p. m. The Second division of the Pres- b.yterlan church meets with Mrs. Ernest Ypcum, 312 West Madison, at 2:30 p, m. The Fourth division of the Presbyterian church meets with Mrs. G. A. Dunwoody, 419 South Sycamore, at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Charles Wagner and Mrs. Mary E. Crawford are assisting hostesses. The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Timothy's church meets with Mrs. hel^h Bowlus, 408 East Jackson, at 2:30 p. m. Dorcas class of the Baptist church meets with Mrs. Ebb Lewman, 402 South Jefferson, at 2:30 p. m. First Division of the Presbyter- Ian church meets with Mrs. Grant Lawrence, 305-South Second, at 2:30 p. m. The general division of the ^h-istian church meets with Mrs. •I. A. G'Iffith, 216 N. Cottonwood at 2 p. m. The American Legion Auxiliary meets with the post members at 7 p. m. for a covered dish sup- super. Bring covered dish, sandwiches, and owri table service. FRIDAY Past Matrons will meet with Miss Viola Dal<Tarno, 202 North Elm, at 7:30 p. m. Loval Leaders of the Christian church will meet at 2:15 p. m. with Mrs. Dave Long, 209 S. Sycamore. The regular meetine of the American Le?ion Auxiliary has been postponed one week. Initiation of new members will be held Friday, February 2, at 7:30 p. m. ; president, Mrs. R. M. Worthington; | I vice-president, Mrs. E. I. Slfers; secretary, Mrs. Arthur Whittaker; treasurer, Mrs. W. W. Perham. I Mrs. Fred So per gave the program. Her subject was "Humorous Incidents in My Twenty Years In South America" and she closed her informal reminiscences by reading several South American poems from i "Th" Antholoey of Contemporary Latin American Poetry" compiled by Dudley Mtts. - . Present were BOss Alice Hendricks; Mesdunes Florence Beld- I ing, J. C. Benson, A. H. Bushev, R. H. Carpenter. W. W. Perham, A. E. Rosebush, Fred L. Soper, E. I. Sifers, G. T. Teabert. R. M. Worthington, T. F. Llmbocker, C. A. Wagner, Arthur WJilttaker, F. G. Apt, Louis Schlanger and one euest, Mrs. A. L. Sheppard of New York City, N. Y. Humboldt Items HUMBOLDT, Jan. 22—Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Rhodes Jr., of Seattle, Wa,shington arrived In Humcoldt yesceruay for a visit with Mr. niiuuec) paients, Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Bhoaes. They were en- route from New York, where Mr. Rhodes had attended the national convention of the American Society of Civil Engineers, as a delegate from the Washington University. Mr. Rhodes is a member of the Washington University faculty, and is a professor of civil engineer- WheVe Every Kei ^el Counts • visited relatives here during the SNOW CUTTER Golden Link Studies Famons Kansans Mrs. C. E. Williams entertained the Golden Link club at her home VTonday afternoon. Mrs. M. E. Chryst presided at the buslnes-s se-s^inn. nnrintr tbp n-o- rrram Mrs. Fred Menzie reviewed the. bio<!TaDhv nf Oe^p^ol r>-'-'^* Klsenhower and Mrs. J. A. Griffith gave a snrnmiry of noted Kansans. Mrs. Fred Steele was a guest. The following members were present: Me.sdames Bruce Armacost. R. H. Coblentz, M. E. Chryst, J. W. Fife, William Glllow, C. C. McPherson. Fred Menzie, Viola Montgomery. Mark Runer, C. J. Stewart. M. H. Wilson. W. A. Woodruff, and J. A. Griffith. • •> • Unity Club Observes 46th Anniversary Unity club observed its 46th anniversary Monday afternoon with a one o'clock covered dish luncheon at the home of Mrs. R. H. Carpenter. During the business session after the luncheon the following officers were elected for the new year: ing. They expect to be here about two weeks. ^ Mrs. F. C. Miller was hostess to the fcntre Nous club Thursday aft- eiiiooH. She naa as guests lor me occasion, Mrs. K. P. Smitli, and Mrs. Frank f ussman. Members attending were: Mrs. C. A. Reynolds, Mrs. Fred Freeman, Mrs. J. E. Wakefield, Mrs. Nannie F. McCarty, Mrs. C. W. Works and Mrs. Mary Schaffner. Two tables were formed, and refreshments were served following cards. Mrs. W. C. Shaffer and Mrs. Alfred Hastings were guests Thursday afternoon, when Mrs. Grace i Barraciunan entertained the Ace-Hi • bridge club I9. her home. High j score was playSd by Mrs. Ivan ' hauk, and second high Scoie went, to Mrs. J. J. WUlenburg. The next meeting will be at the home , of Mrs. J. A. Campbell, in two weeks. Mrs. Barrackman served refreshments following the after- , noon's entertainment. | I The Rebekah Sewing Circle met at the Odd Fellows hall Friday alt- ' ernoon.' The time was spent quilting. The quilt- for Mrs. C. P. Mitchell will soon be completed and the ladies put a quilt in the . frames for Mrs. Fanny Sinclair. A Mystery Friend exchange was enjoyed during the social hour. The club will observe the regular bimonthly dinner meeting Friday, when members of the club and their families will gather at the hall for a covered dish luncheon, and a quilting in the afternoon. Mrs. Era Myer presided over the business meeting. Mr. and Mrs. William Towles of lola, spent yesterday here at the home of his mother, Mrs. Minnie Towles. Miss Josephine Byerley spent the week-end In Humboldt, the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Byerley. Miss Josephine is a student at Kansas University. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Crawford and family of Sunflower, came Friday night, and spent the week-end here visiting relatives and friends. | Floyd Myer of Parsons was a ' guest of his mother, Mrs.,Era Myer in a week-end visit. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Adams have announced the arrival of a baby daughter, Ada Marie, on Thursday. January 18. Mrs. Adams and infant are at St. John's haspital, at lola. With little enough for themselves to^^eat, peOplc of war-wrecked Belgian villages work despeiatelj to ^nd enough fodder to maintain their few remaining cattle. Abovf, an old Belgian woman carefully kneels in the still-smouldering rtJlnr of her burned barn, near Sginlcz, searching for a few good kernels o(,it of the ashes thai represent her year's vsram cfop. Betton andfaniilv. While there he Mr,; and.Mrfi. R. H. Crawford. Floyd, vlslttd friends at Denver. He also Lolfi Mae, Jbe, and Nevah Leah, visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Var, Sunflower, lilts. Lottie Shields, Mr;^. Nice at Lawrence. They are his uncle Ella Blunk, Mrs. Mary Van Nice, and.'kunt. j Mr.; and Mrs. J. A. Van Nice. Miss M»'s. Vivitn Schaede has resigned Grap^ and Curtis, and the hostess, her; position at Wichita nnd has ^^-^ Colony News week. Dale Ressel, U. S. N.. is here on leave visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ire Ressel and other relatives -ind friends. He lias been on foreign Springfield, 111., Jan. 23. (AP)— O. B. Van Meter, an amateur gardener who got tired of snow that has covered the ground here for 44 consecutive days, now is the most gone to Alexandria, La., where she Mr. and BSJS. C. A. Brooke arc in Karjsas Citv where he is attending joinud her husband^. S-Sgt. Carl (he'Lumbersnen's convention. Mrs. Seheede, who is stationed there. \ Br(>ake is visiting relatives and Mrs.Harvey Marklc left yesterday afternoon for Fredonia, where she! will J spend the remainder of the winter visiting her sister-in-law, Mis^ Bertha Markle. She was ac- •ompniied to Frorionia by her •la'i^lit^r. Mi-iS Patricia, who sp3n' untiC today there, and who is leaving jor Kansas City where she will be etnployed. Mrs. Gene Miller left last evenin'^ for Kansas Citv where she wUl lill a .silfgiixg engagement, and visit rel- ativ(;.s and friends. ' Div and Mrs. J. A. Campbell vi5^- ited-Their son V/il.'iam Campbell and jfamily at Osawatomie Friday. Mrs. W. L Jurden and children, Billy artd Nancy, of Kenmooie. N. Y.. ^re here for a vi.sit With her parcjits, Mr. and Mrs. Chsirles Wilkerson, her sisters. Mrs. Perry Capelin tind Mrs. Marcella Metzinger. and iother relatives and friends. M(s. Sofia Fritz, Mrs. Lute Dc- Witti Mrs. Thad C!emcn!s, and Mrs. J. A. Van Nice verc .shopping in Chatjute Monday alternooh. Rey. J. W. ,Shikc went to Herrington todav. called there by the dfatb of his mother, Mrs. Emilia W. Shike. Mts. Minnie Towles entertained with^a family dinner at her home Sunday noon. Cover.s were laid for Mr. and Mrs. William Towles. lola. frieiids and shopping. 'Curtis Ho(jan. and Orville Taylor were guests ;of honor at a party at the": high school Saturday night, wheh members of the student body, and'; teachers gathered there to bid thcfli "bon voyage" as they go to the armed forces. Curtis Hogan leaves 'om»rrow and Orville Taylor leaves ' f.-.^^pj rext Mondav: A short program wus Kiiicaid presented ii:. the auditorium, con-' '^.j^jj^^ sistijig of tyo voc.il .solos by Miss of^y^eij. ijesi' Martha Jongs, ,ind a tao dance by ^e. beintj ill Mn:,i,ir u, Waaeen Hav-worth. In well chosrn „, worCls, Donald Hofer gave them the' (•/•0& wishes of their classmates and teadiers, anci presented each a gift The remainder of the time was fper.t with sanies and with danciiitj Refreshments were served a;, the condusion of the entcrtainmcm. Botti these boys are graduates of the higl? school lit mid-year. COLONY/ Jan. 19.—Pvt. Albui-; Clmstenberry and Mrs. Chiisieii-• berry of Nebraska are hero fur- IciJgh visiting his pareiiis. Mr. and Mrp. J. H- Christenben-y and oth.-r relatives. 1 Mrs. George GardiiLT a:;d childit':;' of'Bonner Spriiias who have b:-;-:! ! here for a lew days vi:-i' at ihc u,.-. - , enlal Harold KcUcy iioine. have . L'- ! turned home. | Mrs. Ballard ha.'-, recs'ivr'd v.,>i--i| that her''grand.<'jn. Ben nuiiv.-r, i^^ missing in Gcrtr.i'.riv .'i'vcf D'c briber. 16. He is the son ol Mr. in;'! M I'S . George Butler of DccatiirviUo I Mcf. He formci'ly li\(-d nr"i !.;.,'•• Ellti and at the time ai his Ji-dLi"- • tiofi was an eriiployi'c on ilv i).- ' MeVaigh fjiriii near Kincaid Hu ' spent 24 months in t \ie Alinvi.^!,. | He;:, has been in thi .sitviee , I.; | years. I iy?rs. Etlii.1 Wi atlicriii.ir: 1 Emma etrickler attcndrd the .'.l .'vil of instruction r ,-)r amictilnira; su.v;enumei'ati)rs which wa-, \y Ui :•. Garnett Tuc^d,iy. \Vedi!e..,i-,,y n : Thljrsday of l!ii.' v.-eck. J.'irs. - ei-nian will take ilv eeir^'r, in ii ;-.ii;-. tmd IiKlian C:i''k inwii Inp • '• ' MnS. Strickler w.U (•ai.:\a:,. l.-i.; • :. i towiishlp. Mrs. Clie-stcr Tayiur .nui \,ile.;" ."^pciit from Wediie.'-da..' aniil 'nw- day- nl the paicilal ! r.- '.-•u; near Yates Cenlor. Mrr,. Cee.ilc l.i'lihiT iM.d 1 John LithMier nl .nl: .:> - 1 , wrf;k-end ;il "he H UA-:--' V I • hoiTle. Mr. and Mrs, Wy.-O "..u : r.:.:i\ wild have l "'r-; l;vi!," uii ., ! east' oJ towii Iv.n'e jr.ov.'d : M ii,r A EveVett far:n w.:-- ef Pic. RliS'-oU Hl-f.derse,--, ;)i 'inv l-.n sptiu the .werk-ciul I'.ei e v;,;! i.; motiicr Mr:;. Grayre JIendpr:-oii, -.nvi his., brother. Corn. Paul Herrderson.' Pfc. Bill" .«imp:-:'.n i>f Carnp ' 111..' spent 'llie v.eek-eieJ ;u;i .i' his home. Mrs. Carl Wiiscn :,:;,> y.-.-:.. c Osborn were buine--; vj ;ii v- Kansas CUV Tl!>::-.sd!iy .lutl r:W.-.v The H. 6. A. (;•!•' i>t;i nv'i-; Mrs. Sylvia H-.inr'di Fv!..ra-.r.- ' Both i)f C()l;iMv'- w;vn: : - hrr" Frid:iy ie. '•• earii'i ITnw, Ver '", r 1 1' ; n irciir:ip;/;(! i; •• p'l.n'er.-. .Mm 11, ,: • - Miss Evelvn .Hessel of Fort Scott; popular man in his neiihborhood. i pent the week-end here with her | He converted his gasoUne-powered parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Ressel.' lawnmower into a snow shovel. You Can Usually Find It At OTWIEILEY * WATCHES 65.00 f>i;e of those smart, :\ made watches for inc. 3N KIDS NO WORSE sag Harbor. N..Y., Jan. 23. 'AP) — Mrs'Adeline H. Judd, wlio celebrates her: 100th birthday todav, bchttles the .-belief that one generation ol chilclren is worse than another. "j^ll this talk of .juvenile delinquency caused by the war Is so much popnycock," she said. "I have seen the'"good and bad in mnnv gcncra- tionij in peace and in war. Trace it bncl^ and yoifre apt to find the fault lies with neglectful parents." Head colds can rr.t:r" rr.wc'a .st'fferirr;. ; Don't suller needlessly. Jus: pe.t ?, lit- j tie Va-tro-iio! up eacu nQitriJ.i,.ei;£ve .i ^ sneezj'. .':tu ,T,v di; - V^, i tressi Also li .ei;.s .f* , \ prevent :n p. r- y vi.-- " • ; ,'; I colds.from devei- ^-*^'C, ^^"l'; : oping if e^.Vri in /A " t'/j ^ •' time!.Try ii.. F,-'- ( ^.j,^.,, •„ B low dirct'.l.wi'. !ri i:..-;i-. f oldcf. \Vorli.i rii '.e! EARRINGS From $1.95 PINS From $4.50 up mm TO 20 WEEKS TO PAY 1} 4 OUT OUR '^^'AY By J. R. WlLLIAlMS HUMBOLDT. Jan. 23. — M-Sgt. Richard McGrew is expected home tomorrow or Thursday from Colo-; rado Springs, Colo., where he has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Charles Rock of Ages Beuutj NOW and JFOUVEB WILLIAMS MONUMENT WORKS —AatbfKM DotBer— CLEARANCE MEN'S Reduced To (A Few at $20) ENTIRE STOCK INCLUDED I '-^oi^iv --iJ -HT, WES [ AIM'T n--lH' WAV I THE7 FL IT -\LOMC- L IKE C;.OL,PS AM' BARtLV TOUCH , TH' eCOuMD •'. OF'R nO.AKin.NG HOUSIC with . . . MAJOR HOOPLE CAM'T'VOLI SEE? 1 W/>>S TOIM' TO P USH TM' DOORBELL WITH MV FOOT A;M' HAD A LITTLE ACC'DE^iT- K10ST AMYBCDY COULP SEE THAT AT A (5LAMCE.' / PERHAPS.' BUT MO OME COULD EVER PieUR 'E OUT WHY ^ VOU DOM'T PUT SOME .OF THE THIMOS POWNJ AMD 6 PE M THE /Jis^ DOOR VOUR- y>C^^^ SELE^,- OH, WHV TALK;.' ^ \^ WHV MOTHERS GET GRAW T » «c u.s p.r oVr / bOi'AE GUV eUOMED A^i ^^^^^^UfAP.' 60IV\E LOOSE ,^^/A^LA.^^C'r;E OF SR!C1<.S ^0"^^ BRICKS F^LLOFP A US OPFT V AE ROOF ,OFFiCeR .'A ROOF REPAIR 308, — X OiQ .NiT KsiOV'O "THE. ^ N>i SOU PLfVV60VS . AE.T1 LLERV, iKl FAVCT X TOLD \ H .,fv \Ti^GGLir-\S\,\JERSA I HORSE ON; ME — V COLTS~;v/;Jk-'^N'U;<.. OiW/ IF CROCKS .WSCOi.0 g DO CON\£ TeLLTh\e LOVES VAUDEMILLE,' -aa ^--^ ^ <gOPSAR5 CRP>XV A60UT CQMSDVs

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