PAGE FOUR THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY'S, 1933. :IOLA. KANSAS NEOSHO FALLS Death Takes S. P. Harness, Resident of Neosho FaUs for Many Years. NEOSHO FAUJS ,' Jan. 2.—The first Sunday of the year showed an Increase 3n attendance iat Sunday school over the Sunday preceding. Most of Jthe 'teachers and officers were present, j Mr. Charles Harper Sr., teacher of the junior boys, was absent OQ account of lUpess. After their iPSBon study, H . talk on the Holy JLand was'given by S. J. Murray who recently ylslted there. At the close of Sunday school our annual election of o'fflceris was held, the same ones bclftg reelected with few ex-ceptions.r'showiiiy: their fitness for the places chosen for them. Those elected were as folio :fs: Oene Leedy, superintendent; Herbert Tldd, assistant sut»rintendent; Charles Harper, Junior secretary; Helen Bruner, treasurer; i S. J. Murray, librarian; : Beulah Hurray, plahL^t: Mre. Goldie Tidd, superintend 2nt of primary department, i Teachers will be elected next Sunday, i The pastor. Rev. C. M. Orr. .gavej some beautiful New Year thoughts in- his sermon ta'icen ' from F*hll. ;3:13.14. "Brethren I count n0t myself to have apprehended;-but this one thing I do, forgettlrfe 'those things which are behind, and reaching forth to those things which are before, I press toward the mark for the prize of the high caUing of God in Christ Jesus." At the! evening service the junior church! led the music. The pastor's sermon wajs from the text Oen. 1:|, "In the beginning God created ttie heavens and the earth." • The End(^avor league was led by . Plnlay Comptoh. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening will be led by our pastor who will begin a new series o£ lessons. All are Urged to -be present. S. P. Harness, aged resident who has been several months died at his home here Monday at one < o'clock. Funeral service will be held at the M. E. church here at 2:30 Wednesday. The Rev. C. M. Orr will conduct the service. The deceased leaves of his immediate family his widow and two daughters, Mrs. Fred •ndd who lives west of town, and a daughter In California;, two grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Thompson of White City, who has been here helping care for him during his long illness. He has several other relatives here. Having lived here for most of his life he leaves many friends who mourn his going. Sympathy goes out to his bereaved ones. The Ladles' Aid of the M. E. church will meet at the home of Mrs. Staats at 2:30 Thursday. • A nephew of the late S. P. Harness of White City is here to attend the funeral services. The death of George Malcolm; o^ LaHarpe as noted In other columns of the paper was read with a feeling of sadness. Mr. and Mrs. Mai • colm lived here for several years and have many friends here wh(J) extend sympathy to their only daughter. Mrs. Mollie Crane and Mrs. Libby Wolford, close friends who have both been quite ill, are Improving at present. William Blagg who has been quite ill is somewhat better at present. Mrs. Mary Kent entertained Mrs. M. E. Boughton and Miss Metta at six o'clock dinner Monday honor! ing Miss Metta,'s birthday. Ed Osborne, tola, and Praitk Cutright of California were guests of Mrs. Mollie Crane Sunday. Mrs. Euphenla Teegardiii of LeRoy is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Rstep. for a few days. | Friends of Glen Dale sympathize with him in the loss of )il.s brother, Frank Dale, whose death occurred la.st week. Funeral was held at Leavenworth. Olen was ill and "unable to attend. Mrs. Raymond Danielson went to LeRoy for some dental work Tuesday; The funeral service for Mvs. Mae Hinkle was conducted at Veijnon at GREENE'S CASH GROCERY . EVERVTHINiG FOR LESS APPLE BUTTER, 2 Cans 25c Libby's ^^SEMINOLE £ndori«d by TISSUE phyiicioni. Ab.olul.ly a Rolls 19c pur. c„d ,000 SHEETS *'cot»on iof»" . not fne vtual 650 Kansas S^al 48 lbs. ... .85c Emiiire 48 lbs 65c €^s COFFEE, lib.... 35c 2-lb.Can69c RAISINS Thompson Seedless 4 lbs. 25c CRACKERS, 2 lb. Box... .17c Salt Air Flakes A PPI Jonathans, basket .. ..$1.29 ftrrLtiO Rome Beauty, basket .$1.50 GRAPES—Red Emperors, 3 lbs. . ...19c LETTUCE—2 Heads . .15c ORANGES—344 Size, 2 dozen .......25c , Lewinaii Market ,.IN GREENE'S GROCERY PHONE 233 Shoulder Pork Roast, pound 7c Ham Pork Roast, lb ..8c Pork Chops, poiund .. 8c Beef Roast, pound 8c Round, Loin, T-Bone Steak, lb 12c Bacon Squares, pound 7c Brick Chilli, pound 15c Sausage, pound 5c Lard, 10 pounds — 50c Veal Steak, pound . 15c Veal Roast, pound 8c the M. E.jchurch Friday afternoon by the Rev. C. M. Orr. The body was brought here for interment. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Thomas of west of town entertained as guests for Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Chester King of Chanute. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sherwood of west of town spent Christmas at the home of Mrs. Sherwood's sister, Mrs. L. L. McCoy in lola. Miss Helen Bruner entertained a number of her friends at a watch nlgbt party Saturday evening. Mrs. Mary Kent entertained with a New Year's dinner at her home Sunday. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sullivan and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Schrier and Mr. and Mrs. Glch Kent of Port Worth. Te.\as. Edward Sullivan of Amarillo. Texas, spent Christmas at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sullivan. , Rachel Heath returned to Emporia Monday after spending her Christmas vacation here. Miss Blanche Blagg will return to her school work in Atchison Wednesday afteip spending several days at home helping care for her father who has been quite ill. Miss. Ada Tidd returned to her school at ElDorado after spending her vacation with hdr father, G. M. Tidd and other relatives; ; Miss Metta Boughton iwas happily .surprised when a number of her friends anived at her home Monday evening to remind her of her birthday. A very enjoyable evening was spent. ! The marriage of Miss Frances Minton and George Lleurarice was solemnized in Kansas City December 29. Miss Minton is assistant postmistress here and has been for several years. Mr. Lieiirahce • has been engaged in the oil and gas business. Both have lived here practically all their lives and have a large circle of friends "who wish for them joy and happiness. Mrs. Dennis is very 111 here at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jesseph. Mr. and Mrs. Lawton motored to Chanute Monday to accompany their mother, Mrs. Rice, to her home here. She had been visiting here or several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meats entertained at Christmas dinner at their home their children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meats of Carroltoni Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Saferlte and son Archie, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Meats of Pondeo, Texas, and Gilbert and Irene. Misses Roxey Bell and Charlene Diver spent Christmas vacation at the home of their grandparents at Soldier, Kas. You probably have something yon want to .sell and the best way to let the people know about it l.s through Rfeister Clft.<v«!ifled- Ads "PARTY*' MEND HINTS .^ . .;. Winter nights emphasize the importance and charm of entertaining at home and the hostess Is ever on the alert for some tempting new dish to serve after bridge in the afternoon or evening. Something that will have a "party" air and yet not be too substantial or heavy. The following recipes may offer a suggestion. Deviled Crab. (Ten Portions) 1 pound flaked fresh crab meat Equal amount of rolled crackers 1 large green pepper 1 small bunch celery 1 large onion Bunch of parsley Salt, pepper, cayenne and paprika to taste 2 teaspoons dry mustard lU pounds butter 2 eggs, well beaten with 2 cups rich milk and 2-3 cup thin cream Toasted crumbs for tops A pound of flaked crab meat makes a igood big pint, so use that measure for the cracker crumbs. Take the vegetables, run them through the food chopper and saute theni in the butter. Combine witli the cracker crumte, milk, cream and beaten egg. Season very highly with paprika and cayenne, add salt, pepper and dry mus tard and mix until you are sure the seasoning Is all through the dish, then fold in |the flaked crab, care- ,f ully.l though, so. that it won't get mussy. ; Pill the shells (buttered) or put in a shallow baking dish, cover with toasted crumbs and bits of butter and bake 15 minutes In a medium oven. Garnish with lemon slic- and water cress. Service &ocety We Delivcir $1 Orders Phones 224' Seasoiiable Bargains! SUGAR, Fine Granulated, 20 lbs... .8#C RICE, Whole Grain, 5 lbs. . • » . 12c • ' I Macaroni, Fresh Bulk, S lbs.... . 19<j BEANSv6 lbs.. Small Navies, • • • • . I9e Pepper, Fi-esh, Pure, Bulk, IM . . I9c Prif nes. Sweet Variety,} |bs. • • • • . 15c Apricots, Bright Clear Fruit, 2 lbs.. .25c Peaches, Good Quality, S lbs. • o • • .25c Raisins, Thompson Seedless, 4 lbs.. .29c Coffee, Self-Service, 3 lbs. . « • • . s;9c Poplar Flour, 4S lbs.. • • • .69c Excelsior Flour, 48 lbs;.. . 85c Expansion Floury 4811 . 9f c Apples, Jonathan, 8 lbs. 250* --Basket 98c Apples, Gano, 7 lbs; 25c— Basket $1.25 ONIONS, White or VeUow, 10 lbs;. . 19c 1 ; Sweet Potatoes, 10 lbs. • • • . ] 5c Meal, Self-Service Brand, 24 lbs.. . .25c ORANGES, 2 Dozen . . . 29c WE BUY EGGS AND CREAM! -SEE US: FOR ANT KIND < >F FEEDS- Your Neighbor Trades With Us Frozen Fruit Salad for 8, cup mayonnaise Ij cup whipped; cream IM: cups diced canned pineapple 1 Clip diced peaches 1 cup diced pears ',•! cup red cherries ^ Mix mayonnaise and cream. Add rest of Ingredients. Pour into tray in mechanical refrigerator and in 4 hours salad will be frozen. Serve on lettuce and top with more mayonnaise. , Cabana. For a 2-quart shaker, mash 4 bananas to pulp. Add 4 cupfuls of canned pineapple juice, the Juice of 4 fr&sh limes, and. 2 cupfulr, of cream. Pill the shaker -with shaved ice. Serve in tall,; slender glasses with a beverage spoon and, :glas3 j straw. Pass crisp, unsweetened crackers. Cheese Snails. •J pound American cheese . I 2 tablcspopnfuls melted butter 1 small oriion, chopped 1 pimento, chopped U cupful catsup ':<: teaspoonful salt Dash cayenne pepper 5 slices bread (slice' the!. loai lengthwise) Put the cheese through a; food chopper. Add the melted butter and cream them together. Add the other ingredients and mix well. Remove the crusts from the j bread- and spread thinly with theicheesei mixture, then rpll.. Allow to siandj for several hours. Cut in slices aooul '.L- inch thick and toast on one side Just before serving.- Peanut Relish Fillintr. I For 12 Sandwiches) 2-3 cup chopped roast<^ pe.iiiut.'; cup chopped celerj-f '.• cup chopped olives-^ 4 tablespoons mayonnaise 's teaspoon salt 'i. teaspoon paprika Mix ingredients and spread: on NEAR WHAT QTY WAS THS SPIKE COMPLETING,™^ \FIKnRANSCONTINENTAI. RAILROAD mm ? NAME THIS AyiMAL WHAT CANAL' CCOGaSATOEC ON ABRIDGE? (Answers will be found on iSige buttered .slices of graham .breiirl. Cover with other buttered alicty. Press firmly, and cut off cVust.sl Have you'a hou.se for rcnl? i Or for sale? Want to buy anylhin^i.' I7sp the 01n,s.sllif>(l coltimn .s! '- \ iVF^EW^ STOKE oi rrvsriij-T -iorvj vviTMOU- Friday, .Satnrday and,Monday, January C, 7 and 0; in lola A-Y BREAD WhiteorWheat Serve more bread : and save njore mbney! Toast for breakfast . . . sandwiches for school unche.s . . . and a big tray of A-Y white and wheat breads for dinner. 16-ouncc Loaf 5c GRAPE FRUIT TEXAS SEEDLESS NICE SIZE Se f *AlAMW I-ar^e Stalks %i *fSAVrjr Well BIcacHed Lettuce Oranges Cabbage Leaf Hot IIou.sc •nc Size ... VViscon.sin Spanisli. 2 for 2Sc i Lbs. 15^ Doz. 29c •• c -Lb. 2c 5 Lbs. sold HARVEST BLOSSOM FAIRMONTS . FLOUR BUTTER I\I<'i(lc in lola -18-lb. Ba«' POUND 63G 21c Rice Su^^;y.3Lbs.lOc Beans l!:^,Vy^^S Lbs. 19c Prunes fb!^ 1:4 Lbs. 23c Raisins ^^^'^^^ 4Lbs.i5c Marsiim**Io ws Lb. 15c P. Toasties PaTa^e 10c OR CORN FLAKES or Dark Coffee Pound 20c stokeiy, 21;^-29c 5 Lb. Can 28b 3Lbj.57e Catsjup Crackers "'^^ht Libby's $pinacli Pancake! Flour JV2 Lb. Box ,No. 2',.. ICan ... f.b. Pkff. 18c 19c ROBB ItOSS Smoked and skinned. There's a whole week-end of mci^Is in a ham. Wh.v not pre • pare one on SaEurday and take a vacation from cooking Sunday and Monday? Soid in whole or half ham POUND GlieeSeLonKhorn .; Lb. 15c Beef Roast 'S'... Lb. 9c Beef Steak^uu'. Lb. 10c LARD Lb This is the preferred all-hog lard, which is always more satisfactory.
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