The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 26, 1945 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO THERE 18 ALWAYS FOtt YOU A PLACE ThPre Is always a place tbi you at my ' table, . You never need be Invited. I'll share every crust as long as I'm able. ! And know'you will be delighted. There is' always a place! for you by my fire, And though it may mim to embers, If warmth and good ch^er are yoilr desire The friend of your heart remembers! There is always a place for you by my side. And iSiould the yeai^ tear us apart, I will face lonely moments more .satisfied, 1 . . With a' place for you in my hcfart! :| --• —.'Vnna jCampbelL Breiner-Ingeb ,Urbana, lU., Jan. 22: Miss Jane Brelner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B ; C.itireiner, Chanute, Kas.. ahd Harry W. Ingels^ son of Mr. and Mrs. CALESVASL FOR THE WEEK FRIDAY Past Matrons will meet with Miss Viola Dalgamo, 202 North Elm. at 7:30 p. m. The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary has been postponed one week. Initiation of new members vtm be held Friday. February 2, at 7:30 p. m. Wooaward-Caosey Sgt. Erneist Edward CJausey, former lola. junior college student and basketbail stair, was married'Ih England, December 23, to an English girl. Miss Phyllis May Iwoodward. The accpjunt of the wedding clipped '"-om an 'i English newspaper will be -J :AZ Tola fijiends. ... a.x ivory satin gown, with a uatn studded with diaminte lovers' knots, ana a string of pdArls at the necldine,<%tass PHylllk May Woodward, oniy'daughter of Mrs. Woodward, 6 Shaftsbury-road, |Luton, and the late Mr. J. WoodwardJ Was marled on Saturday to Sgt. Ernest Ed- wa.d Causey, U. S. A. A. F. of Kansas, U. S. A. !i The bride, who is a ccimptometer operator at the Skefko, also wore a Tudor-style headdress of i the same material as her gown, with a wreath of orange .blossom, and yieil of lac6 and net. Given in marriage by her bi other, Mr. Leslie Woodward, she arrJef a sheaf of anuii lilies. . ronsisted of Mrs. Stan- ou.in, and a| small at^.Iss Janet woodward, —-iy.ng pink-and-white chrysanthemums, the former chose a gown of blue georgette lover pink silk, and a blue feather Ijiead-dress, while the latter wore a wjhite velvet cloak over a frock of pink silk and net, with blue-and-pink rosebud head-dress to tone, and carried a posy of anemones. ] Duties of the best man ,i were carried out by S?t. Charles I C. Carter, a friend of the brldegrbom. "Hie service; conducted by the Rev. H. A. Bradbury, of llondon, included Handel's Largo, and the hymns, "Lead us. Heavenly Father," .-.d "~> Perfect Lovie." The organist was Mr. Daly. After the reception t|ie joiu-neyed to Leicester honeymoon. The bride travelUng, a tan two-piede, under a belre fur fabric coat. J' Sgt. Causey's par ems Pleasanton, Kansas. j •:• •> « j First Division Meets With Mrs. Lawrence Mrs. Grant Lawrence and Mrs. E. W. Lemasters were hostesses to members of the First division of the Presbyterian church yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lawrence. The Rev. t. E. Faust, who was a guest, led the devotionals. Mrs. IVan Lewis presided over the business session in the absence of the chairman. During the social hour p. eift was presented to Mrs. H. F. WlhMeman, who with her family is leaving January 31 to make hei home in Hla^ watha, Kansas. | Refreshments were senwd by the hostesses to the fourteen members and two guests present. couple i for their wore, for live in Harry P. Ingels, Parsons, Ka^., wt:e married «t 2 p. m. Sunday in University Placd christian church. Rev. Stephen E. ^her, performed the double ring ceremony, and the attendants were, Lt. and Mrs. Robert Hammel, Champaign. The bride wore a coral' pink wool suit with brown accessories and an orchid corsage. , Mrs. Hammel's dress was rose flowered, and her corsage was, of camellias. Mrs. Ingels was employed in the Allen Comity State bank, loia, E:as., imtil recently. She was a graduate of Parsons business college. Parsons, Kas., and attended Chanute, Kas., schools and the junior college there. A civilian instructor in radio at Chanute Field since last Octolser, Mr. Ingels is a gardualte of Savon- | burg, Kas., high school and attended Kansas State Teachers' college, Pittsburg, Kas. The couple will live at 107 West William street. Champaign, 111 — Urbaha Coiirier. * •> •> Legion Dinner in Honor Of State Conimahder Lee Kemper of Garden City, state commander of the American Legion, was in lola last evening to make his official visit to the Leslie J. Campbell postv IV&s. Kemper; accompanied mm h6re and in their honoi' a covered dish dinner was held; in ..the Legion rooms at Memorial hajl. Th^ auxiliary piembers assisted the post in tatertalning the out-of-town guests. The tables were decorated with | runners of red, white, and blue crepe paper, and sm^ American flags. A. D. Gordon. Dost commander, and Mrs. Seth J. Owens, president of the auxlUary, were seated at the speaker's table with i Mr. and Mrs. Kemper. Mr. Gordon introduced the speaker, and he and Mrs. Owens aiso iptroduced the officers of both the post and the auxiliary. Mr. Kemner spoke briefly of the "Americanism Endowment Fund," which is sponsored by the Legion throughout the nation. He also gave some interesting facts concernins: the post-war plans that. were discussed at the Legion convention held in Chicago some time ago to maintain a permanent peace in our country. | .The meeting closed with the singing of "America." Mrs. Hazel Northrup, Mrs. O. L. Cox, Mrs. Ruth N. Gard, and Mrs. A. D. Gordon formed the hostess committee in charge of the dinner. • • • Fn»ertains to Honor Of Orval Strack Mrs. Bertha Walker entertained Wednesday evening with a dinner in honor.of Orval .E. Strack C. M. 3-c, who Is home from Boston, Mass., on a fifteen day furlough. Guests present were C. M. 3-c and ; Mrs. Orval E. Strack and children. Robert, Gary, Mickey and Janice. and Mrs. C. J. Toedman and daughters, Joan and Janice, Miss Helen Carter, Mrs. E. E. Walker and Susan, Mrs. M. E. Schiler and Douglas, L. L. Maxwell, Laney Walker, Mrs. George Taylor, Grandview, Mo., Louis B. Walker, Kansas City, Mo., Miiss Pearl Bartlett, Lafiarpe, Master Sergeant and Mrs. Richard | E. Walker and Dickie, Oklahoma City, Okla. THE lOLA REGISTER, PRIDAY^VENING, JANUARY 26, 1945. lOLA, KANSAS More Than He Can. Chew nives Stork Sh6wer For Mrs. Comer A stork shower was frtven last nieht for Mrs. Louis Comer by her friends at the,home of Miss Voylii O'fi-ieri, 410 W. Jackson. .Those present were: Miss Marcia Fryer, liflss Vivian Babcpck. Miss Mary Louise Coblentz, Miss Elizabeth Babcock, Mrs. Harold Childress, Mrs. Dwleht Howard, Mrs. George 03rien, the guest of honor Mrs. Louis Comer and the hostess. Miss Voylia O'Brien. • • • Clara. Edwards nas Birthday Dimier . Miss Clara Edwards was the guest of honor yesterday evening when her mother, Mrs. J. C. Edwards entertained a CTOup of her friends to dinner in oelebtation of her eleventh birthday. Those present were Jesses Connie Harmon. Ann Colt, Naomi Lineback. Dorothy Watson, Donna Lan- fprman. Delores Smith, Lora Mary Fi^kes and the honor guest, Clara Edwards. Mrs. Edwards was assisted by her daughters, Marsaret and Mary AUce, in entertaininfir the guests. • • • Tonnm Hostess "^n Plvt-ion Two Thp Serord dlvi.sion of the Women's Working Qocfety of , the' Presbyterian churcl> met yesterday. »ft- emoon with Mrs. Ernest Yocum. Mrs". A.' W. Anderson gave the devotionals. using .the thirteenth rhanter of CorintMan .5 as her Scripture. The business session W|LS conducted by Mrg. Robert, Dunlap.-., Guests at the. meeting iirpre .Mrs, George Hoffmeler and ^MJrs. Ei C. Waugh. There were twelve members and four children present. Rpfre.shments were served by the hostess. • <• « T«" Fntertains Third Division Mrs. Warren Lov entertained the i TTiird division of'the Presbyterian ; churrh Thursday afternoon. j Mrs. C. H. Ronsick presented the I devotionals. usine as her theme Luke 9:28-36. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Walter Cantrell. The fourteen members nresent spent the afternoon sewing on the division project. Refreshments were served by the hostess. • •> • Sf. Timothy's Aoxiliary With Mrs. Bowlus The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Timothy 's church met yesterday I afternoon at the home of Mrs. Leigh Bowlus. Mrs. Victor Adams led the dc-! votionals. The work committee wa.s in charge of the program and the . afternoon was spent in planning for i and working on articles for the j Easter bazaar. Mrs. Harold Smith This little hngtail monkey, at New. York's Central Park Zoo, seenrjs to be wondering if his eyesore bigger tnan his stomach this time, as an attendant oiTers him a big banana. announced that the program for the coming year will be based on the stu^y of personal devotions and selected the religious readings. Mrs. P. W. Waugh was elected auxiliary secretary. ;The hostess served refreshments to the .following members present: Mesda^jes C. M. Jewett, Russell Long, J: O. Ai-mstrong, Henry Merchant, Paul Reed, James Grimes, A. D : Gordon, Frank Jones, O. L. Cox. John Milne, J. M. Lamer. Harold Smtth. Arthur Benzlnger, Virtor Adams," P. W. Waugh, Robert TTbompson, Jr., and to one guest, Mts. Ettie E. Morrifisey. Foiirth Division Hears Review;of Playlet The Fourth .division of the Pres- bj-teriail- church met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. A. Dunwoody. Mrs. Charles Wagner and rMrs. Mary, E. Crawford were assisting liostesses. There -weiie twenty-six members present. IJevotionaLs were presented by Mrs/Pi-ed Soper. Mrs. D. P. North­ rup'gave a three act playlet entitled "Haitdspme, Is As Handsome Does" lor the afternoon's program. Mrs: Margaret Jones of Marys- vllie,"; Kansas, was a guest. The hostesses •wfere assisted by Miss Jane Perh&m and Miss Diane Dunwoody in. serving refreshments to those present. • • • Mis* O'Brien Gives Luncheon Party Miss Voylia O'Brien ent_ertained (ruests at a^ twelve o'clock luncheon Wedhesday' at the Pollyann Cafe. Present were Miss Arley Weatherman,' Miss- Eleanor Stewart, Mrs. George O 'Brien, Mrs. Dwight Howard" ahd; Mrs. Louis Comer,. GAS CITY: Jan. 25—Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Atfwater, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Atwater.jand Mrs. Bell Holding, all of Gtmett, were Thiu-sday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Grasfy. Mr. and J)lts. W. S. Dickerson have received,word that their son Col. Albert bicker.son has been sent overseas. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Bogan and children of Baxter Springs, were Sunday visitors at the home of the former's motlir and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Demitz. Mike and Patricia, who Spent a few days there returned home with them Sunday night. Mr. Bert Hprnish received word that his nephew EJdon Foster, had been killed in; action in England. Mrs. John Thomas of northeast of Gas, Mr. A./P. Hplten and daughter Fern, of thj? Sunflower Ordnance Works spent a: couple of days visiting home folk^ this week. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Mowrer and daughter, Mar^ Carol, of Copeland Kansas, left Wednesday for their home after spending several days at the homes of their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Homlsh and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown. The Women's Society of Christian Service held their regular missionary meeting Tuesday at the .home of Mrs. Demitz. A very impressive devotional service was given from Rev. 3-8 by several ladies with Mrs. A. T. Cundy as leader. Mrs. Bert Demitz and Mrs. Grasty were in charge of the lesson which was on "Open Doors Which No -Man Can Shut." Those present and taking part were Mesdames Collins, Grasty, Baldwin, Hargrove, Ensminger, i Demitz, Gumfory. Brown, Cundy, Adams, McGrew, Dickerson' and Holten. ICKES TO STAY Washington, Jan. 25. (AP)—In-. terior Secretary Ickes announced today that President Roosevelt had i declined to accept his offered reslg- ; nation; asking hhn to remain in the i cabinet. I Ickes is one of the two original j members of the president's cabinet. The other is Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins, whose resignation the president has also rejected. 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