Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 23, 1933 · Page 5
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TOLA, KANSAS' THE TOLA DAILY REGISTER. THURSDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 23.1933 WHERE TO MAREET (ReclpeS',.Seiected By Rath Lynn.) 'NEWS OF UlURrE llarry Crnsc Falls on Siden-alk In [ Front,of Knepp's Store, Cutting a Gash Over His Eye. (Beverly Mallory.) LAHARPE, Feb. 22.—W. L. Snod- -grass left today for an Indefinite vi.sir with his daughter, Mrs. Charley -Jones and family of 161a. ; Mrs. Win Shorter returned to her homo Sunday after a three weeks' visit' with her sister near Spring- I'leld, Mo. \ The relief; gang resumed' their workj at the quarries ha\'ing been laid* off on account of the bad weather. ' Mrs. Verne Green Ls'visiting in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Cecil Perkins, and Mr. Perkins and . •aaught€rs. lola. > i • K. B, Drummond was a business visitor in town today. Paul Wagner. Erie. Is jspending -this week;with his parents; Mr. iand Mrs. Lloyd Wagner. i Miss Lotta Yowell and Miss Esther, Hammer entertained in their home Saturday evening the teachers of the LnHarpe schools. The evening-was spent working Jig-saw puzzles. Refreshments were served to the following teachers: Mr. J. H. Culbertson, Miss Stone, Miss Wilson, Miss Stevenson, Mrs. Davis, Miss Johnson, Miss Olsh and the hostesses. Miss Yowell and Miss Hammer. William Hackney. HlatvlUe. was in town today on business and visiting. Virginia Johnson entered i kindergarten Monday imder the supervision of Mrs. Lester Knepp. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Paddock and son are spending the remainder of the week with Mrs. Paddock's father. George Alumbaugh and family, south of town. Miss Lucille Johnson's room. Including the fifth, sixth and seventh grades, is having as a school project n health dinner which will be held Thursday.! ' I Russell Boyer was a business caller Tuesday. George Green has been driving Lloyd Heathman's truck. The Rebekahs of Moran Invited the LaHarpe Rebekahs to Moran Thursday evening. All members are urged to go. , Mrs. Jlip Moore and mother, Mrs. Walker made a business trip tp Humboldt this mdming. Harry and Lois Marie Lacey were unable to attend kindergarten today on account of sickness. J. B. Knepp won his first croquet game today, owing to the fact that he has a new mallet. Harry Cruse had the misfortune of falling on the sidewalk In front of Knepp's store today cutting a: gash Just above his eye. Mrs, Alva Flack of Moran and Mrs. Robert Flackl of Mildred were In town Wednesday on business and visiting friends. Miss Hilda Shelby of lola spent Wednesday evening with Miss Julia Uvlngston. The LaHarpe basketball town teani will go to Mildred for a game tonight. Oeorge Busley was a business visitor In town yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Hartley drove to Port Scott Wednesday to attend the funeral of a friend, Douglas Pennlnmn. The community extenjds heartfelt sympathy to Mrs. Oeorge Ensminger and family In the stidden death of their husband and father, Oeorge Ensminger. . W. C. T. U. win hold Its regular meeting with Mrs. S. I. Olfford Friday at two o'clock. •The y. M. club, held Its regular meeting Wednesday, February 23, at the home of Mrs. iLowell Bau- mauck. Lovely .reri;eshment8 were served to the following: Mrs! Tessle Pettit, a guest, and the members. Mesdames O. D. Hartley, Leona Morrison. Frank Stevenson, Prank Barken Bert Johnson, H. L. Lacey, Roy Brock, Lester Lewman of lola, George McDonald, Vem Oreen, Effle Pettit. Lester Knepp, and the hostess, Mrs. Lowell Baumauck. Mrs. Vem Green returned home Wednesday after spending a lew days with her daughter, Mrs. Cecil Perkins and Mr. Perkins and family, lola. A small ad In the Classified col- •imns nften Duts over a big deal GROCERY AND MARKET CASH SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SQUARE WE DELIVER .$1.00 GROCERY ORDERS OR $1.00 MEAT ORDERS CASH Headquarters for Fine Coffees and Teas! We grind your Coffee to suit your need—whether it be for Coffee Pot, Dripolator or Silex. DLD DUTCH (a blend of the finest Coffees grown) including Java and Mocha Special Friday and Saturday Lb. 25c 10 lb. Cloth Bag. ....45c 20 lbs. Granulated .. .89c SUGAR Lee Wax Beans whoic 2 cans 32c MAGiC WASHER Makes work delightful—A modern Soap Powder Large 27 Oz. Package, Special 19^ 10 Bars Magic Washer Soap 21c PDIINPQ 3 Pounds Small Size ........15c rHulTLiiJ 3 pounds Larger Size .25c APRICOTS Good ripe fruit 2 ijjs. 25c PEACHES Good rip* fruit 3 lbs. 25c RAISINS Thompson Seedless 4 HjS. 25c CRACKERS sa.t'^lifFili.es 21b. bw JellO All Flavors 3 pjjgs, 19c TUNA FISH Light Meat 2 cans 29c POTATOES Early ohios Peck 15c ONIONS Spanish variet, 10 lbs. 15c ORANGES si,c.su„KistDoz, 10c Special Friday and Saturday! 48 lb. bag Jersey Cream 65c K AOUr 48 lb. bag Daisy .85c APPLES 6 lbs. 25c COCOA First pri^e 2 lb. Can 22c Tomato Juice ^rand 3 cans 25c Pork & Beans 'c^rm'ptf r 5 cans 25c TOMATOES 6 medium cans 2.5c 4 No. 2 cans.. ........25c 3 No. V/z cans.. 29c SOAP—P&G . . . 2 bars 5c The Episcopal Ladies >ViU Sell White King Toilet Soap in Our! Store Saturday. CORN FED PORK HOME KILLED Shoulder Pork Roasts, lean, lb. .. — .6c Ham Roasts, young pork, lb. .9c Fresh S^e, half or whole piece, lb 6c Sausagre, pure pork, lb. 8c; 4 lbs. ......25c Hogr Heads, half or whole, lb. J . .. .2c Lard, pure pork, 10 lbs. 43c LONGHORN CHEESE Lb; IZVsc Special for Friday anc} Saturday! Half or Whole Per Pound Heavy Beef Boils, Per lb. ... . .. .j .....4c Roasts, Tender Chuck, \h\ 7c Heavy Rolled Prime Rib Roasts, lb. . I21/2C Hamburger, lb. 8c; 4 lbs. 25c FRESH—NO WATER-NO CEREAL Sirloin Steak, Special, per lb lOc BABYBEEF FANCY CORN FED Boils, Rib or Brisket, lb. 6c Roasts, Tender Chuck, lb. ...... .12y2C Prime Ribs, boned, rolled and tied, lb. . 18c Steaks, Round Or Sirloin, lb .22y2C LAMB— Genuine Spring Lego' Lamb, whole, lb. 15c; small roast 18e Shoulder, whole, lb. 12y2c; small roast 15c Stew, Ribs or Brisket, per lb.,. ^...... 5c Lamb Chop^, per lb. .— 25c SCRAP SLICED BACON (Pioneer).. .5 lbs. 35c LARGE WIESIES T^PerLbflOc OLEO, Pound 9c; 3 lbs. for ,.. .25c BUTTER (CREAMERY) ....... Lb. 19c Upshaw's Guaranteed Country Butter. . Lb. 22c FARMERSr-We buy your Eggs, Poultry, Hogs, Cattle and Lambs. STODDARD MENZIE McFADDEN PRAIRIE ROSE (Vara Rogers.) . Feb. 22.—Mrs. Cook spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Opal LaRue, helping her quilt. Merlyn Young and family were guests of sirs. W. N. Ford after church Sunday; Quite a number attended a farewell party for the .Oeorge Bacon family who are movliig this weelt to the Batt farm north ,of town. .Mr. and Mis. Bob Henry and little Jean spent the weeic-end at the parental W. T. Wood home. Mrs. Perkins called at the V, J. Sloan home Monday afternoon to see Dorothy who is 111. She is im- •prqving slowly. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rogers and Leta were Sunday visitors at the R. L. Rogers home. Mrs. P. H. Pratt, Mrs. Clay Weast "HAD CONSTiPATiON SINGE BIRTH OF MYFimCHILD" Then Mrs. King DiscoVered ALL-BRAN We quota from her voluntary letter: "I have suffered from tcrriWo constipation since the birth of my first child — 9 years »gol I have tried everythinsr and nothing had any lotting results. Very reluctantly I tried your ALL-BRAN' with no £aith in it at all; Hoch to my surprise, I have hot had to take any medicine since starting to use ALL-BRAN, 4 months ago.'—Mrs. Doris Eyre King, 16 Abbey Eoad, Oxford, England. Lahoratory tests show ALL-BBAN contains two things which overcome constipation: "Bulk" to et- ereise the intestines; vitamin B to help tone the intestinai tsact: The "bulk" in ALL-BBAN is much like that of leafy ve^tables. Inside the body, it formj a soft mass, which gently clears tfie intestines of wastes. Certainly this is than taking patent often harmful. Two til daily are usually sofilj relieved this way, see ALL-BBAN also the blood. At all „ red-and-grreen packag|e. KeUogg in Battle Cr^ iporc natural medicines — lUespoonfula i-ient. If hot your doctor. es iron for In the Made by supplii grocers. <06 SOUTH ^ECdND ST. The Following Prices Are Good Until March ^Ist. DOUBLE STRENGTH WINDOW GLASS 22 X 26 inch 50c 20 X 28 Inch 50c 22 X 2« Inch 55c 22 X 30 inch ...iSOc , 24 X 30 inch 70c 28 X 36 hich ..........$1.00 30 X 36 hich $1.00 Horse CoUan $1 to $3J0 Sewing Machine Needles. .2 for 5c Sewing Machine Bdts 20c Bam Faint, ^ gallon .95c House Paint, gallon $1.50 Limeed Oil. gaUon ...........60c Pure Tnrpentinev qt. 20c; gal. 65c Shot Gnn SheUs (12, 16 aad 20 Gauge, box ..-65c Oats, small package 6c Oats, large package ..lie 5 lb. sack Oats 12c 48 lbs. Mangle tlonr ........65c 10 lbs. Com Meal .9c Peck Trinmph Potatoes .19c 3 lbs. Rice 10c 5 lbs. large Navy Beans .14c Tall cans Pink Salmim 9c 15-oz. cans Sardines —8c No. 2 cans Cora 6c No. 24 cans Tomatoes ...8c No. ZM cans Kraut 8c No. 2 cans Kraut 7c . Large cans Van Camp Chilli.. 10c No. 2J4 cans Phieapi>le 14c 5 lb. pail Syrup 23c I 10 lb. poll Syrop 44c 3 lb. can Bine Ribbon Malt....49c 10 lbs. Case Sugar ...45c Lb. pkg. Brown or Pound Sugar 7o Boys' Shirts, size 9 (o 14......30c Me^'s 220-wt OreralU $5c Men's heavy Work Shirts .37c Boys' 220-wt. Overalls, size 10, 35e 36-ln. Dress Prints, yatjd. 9c 36-ln. butbig Flannel, yard 9c 400 yd. Lilly Thread J. 7c Embroidery Floss, 2 d«Ins .... .5c .45c 25c 20c Putnam Dye, 3 13c ^qjs,..'.. .25c $1JM) size Syrup Pepsii|........85c 60c size Syrup Pepsin 50c C4Mi^ Syrup ... 25c MenthoUtum ... Pint botUe RnbMng Alcc^... .22c 4-oz. bottle Turpentine 10c 2-OE. bottle Camphor 20c 25c box Perrigo's Pills 15c 30c Bromo Quinine 20c 10c Vaseline 8d 8 large bars Econmny So^—25c 8 pkgs. B«b-No*More 35c Large pkg. Magic Washer 17c Small ]Ag. Magic Washer 7c Fiekwiek C<rffee^ lb. ..........27e Peaberry Coffee^ lb. 17e Phone 297 for Prices on Anything Ton Want to fbaefi EGGS WANTED' and Mrs. Shlvely spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Rogers making up yearfe- 1 program books tat the farm oureau. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cook and Mrs. LilU'e Tice attended the funeral of Mrs. Rome Alberts in Sav- onbUrg Tuesday afternoon. F. E. Knapp and E. E. Wood were PAGE FIVE in lola Friday ^terhoon on business connected with] the township board. A baby daughter was bom Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tram- meL • Mr. and Mrs; J. P. Rogers and Leta were helping with the butcher work at Roy Singer's one day last week. Melvin Da\is and family spent Sunday at the r parental Davis home. Mr. and Mrs. Cljrde Cook were Simday afternoon callers at E. E. Miner's. Mrs. LoU Maitock. Mrs. Miner. Mrs.' Perkins, and Mrs. Rogers attended farm bureau meeting at Mrs.| J. C. Norton's Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Knapp went to Kansas City Saturday morning for a few: days business and pleasure.; Mrs. Wells and daughter Emily, of Moran were calling in ^e neighborhood Saturday afternoon. You probably have something you want to sell and the best way to let the people know about it is through Reflister Olassifled Adn Freshly ground at the time of your purchase to suit your particular need. Its invigorating, satisfying flavor ia pleasing thousands of coffee-drink- : ers today. POUND, 18c 3 Lb. Bag 53c BROOMS Monarch Brand Sweeps Better. . Last Longer. fTf jillnBii jn-iim Happyvale »nlIllOIl Plnk-TaU Cans Pork <t Beans'^ ^ ,Soap-0-Lye for Home ip Making Peknut Butter SWansdown^ YaniUa .E^srs-T**"^. Boti. iSc Pakiitg Powdef^^ can 18c Pinegpple.^K?"^....... .;..3Sc Corn Meal Ground '.. .... 10Lb.BagiOc 5 tor 25e L1I.18C 2 foi^ 19o 2 No. 2H cans.. 19c % Can^ 25c 19c Mlssonri VaUey 2 -Ib. Quart Jar aCake Floor Per Better Cakes OATS Mothers Cliina or Crystal Ware Large Pkg. 22c MilkMa!-i-miiffl ?rs Butter SUGAR C & II Cane 25 lb. Cloth Bag Ea. 91.17 BananasS;:;"^ 3 Lbs> lOc Strawiierries!^.. Pt. Box 12c Oranges ^ 2 do^« 35G Cabbage ^"^'Z lib. 3c Potatoes Pk. 19c MEATS Beet Roast Corn Fed Sliced J^acon I •»» Beef Boil short Rib and Plate Longhorn Cheese Fresh Side Pork lb. 8c lb. 10c lb. 6c lb. 1 Ic lb. Sc -!iFEWAY STORE FRIDAY. SATURDAY AND MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 24 AND 26 IN lOLA WE DELIVER BE : wiSET - BUV WISE - A ND Ecoi^o h>i ize AT I BETT?R FOOD STORE r PHONES MOl-402-403 A fsj D BVX rs X T ME O t F- r=- E: R EhJ C E HEAVY BEEF CJHOICE COWS Boil, per lb. 5c Roast!, per lb. 6c Short Cuts, lb. 9c ! PORK ~ Freshj Side, any amount, lb. — -5c Shoulider Roast or Stckk, lb. _.J._-_.6c Full Cream Cheese Perilb _-.._llc Turnips or Sweet Potatoes, 10 lbs. —10c Parsnips, per lb —2c Dried Apples, lb. 7c; 4 ibs. .25c Lemon Cookies, per lb — 15c Gold Wlue Coffee, IK . 19c I 3 pounds ..— 49c 0 Boy Oats, 55-oz. Pkg. 12c Com or Tomatoes, medium cans 4'cans 25c; dozen cans 70c White King Assortment Toilet Soap, 5 cakes . . 19c White King Granulated Soap, Med. Pkg. ... 19c W^hite King Sale Sponsored by Ladies of the Episcopal Church. OHIO AND TRIUMPH SEED POTATOES—ONION SETS . i. \ } PEANUT BUTTER 1 Pound 4 Pounds .7c .25c PANCAKE FLOUR Gold Value, 3y2-lb. bag ... 14c

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