Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 9, 1933 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 9.1988. TOLA, KANSAS Scailopped Onioib and Peannts. 6 medium sized onipna I cup peanuts,'ground I tablespoon of melted butter or other fat . : i I tablespoon flour 1 cup milk M teaspoon salt J cup buttered crumbs Skin the onions, cook In boiling: salted water vmtu tender, drain, and slice. Mftke a sauce of the fat, flour, milk, and salt. VOL a greased bairtne- disii place a layer of the onions, rov^r witn the peanuts and sauce, and continue until all are used. Cover the top with buttered crumbs and bake in a moderate; oven for about 26 minutes, or tintil the crumbs are gcriden hrown. Servej from the baking dish. HoUandaise Sawie. I For Green Vegetables or Tish) \ 1 tablespoor^ybutter 1 tablespooa'flour • ^J cup milk Salt, peppier,, cayenne 1 egg yplk 1 tablespoon lemon Juice i tablespoons mayonnaise Melt butter in double boiler over low flame. Add flour and stir to a smooth paste. Add .milk gradually, stirring constantly. Add seas- onii:igs. Slowly aad egg: yo]k. beaten and mixed with'^a little of the sauce. Continue stirring and add lemon Juice. Then add mayonnaise. Remove from fire. Serve with cooked green vegetables or fish. Makes I cup sauce, CASE imoqE»iY EVEtftol^G FOfe LESS POTMt)ESiooibU$l.l9 Ohiqs or CobbIer»--No. 1 Seed -•":'..^;-:v " Raisins, Thompsori' Soedles.s 4 lbs, I 01eo,iSiiver. 25c I nut, 2 lbs.... 17c ™ Oxydol S0% more suds Large I-'ackapo—-Jig-Saw 1 Q /» means Puzzle Free - : xS/V 47% Itss work : Corn or Tomatoe.s 0^-1/» Four No. 2 Can.s for ,UtlV Kt.._.10ciS-._..89c CHERRIES Nolo Can 43c Solid Pack ^ Pork & Beans • Armour's, can e/i^- Calumet Baking Powder t 1 Q 10-lb. can Apples, Jonathans or Winesaps OfC^ 6 lbs. Lemons, 360 OKf size, dozen _i___^tlv/ Oats, i Blue Bell 11^ Brand Large Pk. X X C Dried- Peaches, Fancy Quality 3 lbs. iJdUC Soap CI lips Crystal 5,Lb. Box White \ 25c Salad Dre.s.sing Quart Jar ____ 25c Imperial Tea, Good Quality, QQo Per lb. . — ^ 0»/t/ Jello, Asst. Flavors, 3 pkgs. -- 21c Macaroni, bulk, .3 ibs.i — 19c Matches 6 boxes —_-. 19c Bieani small whitej 5 lbs. 15c P&G SOAP laBars 25c Marshmallows Per lb. -. 15c I Peanut Clusters, lb. 15c These Prices Good Friday and Saturday and Monday and Tuesday Next Week. 1 1 : _ . _j . _ . . Lewman Market nr GREENE'S GROCERY PHONE 233 Sausage, per lb. '.. .. r .5c Fresh Sid^ per lb. .5c, Pork Roast, per lb. ^. .6e Pork Steaks, per lb .. .6c Pork Haiii Roast, per lb. 8c Pork Chops, per lb. .. .8c Beef Roast, per .lb 7c-8c Beef Boil, per lb ... ....6c Round, Loin, T-Bone Steak, lb. ... 12c Peanut Butter, 2 lbs. .., , ^ .. 15c Lard, 5c lb.; 10 lbs. .45c Dressed Hens, per lb, ................14c. Boiled White Fish. 2 quarts water 2 tablespoons ; mixed pickling spices 2 tablespoons vinegar 1 tablespoon salt Boil fifteen minutes. Place clean white fish in a napkin tie, and boU in liquid—^fifteen minutes to the pound. ' Uft, flsh out in napkin, slide off onto hot platter. Pour ove;r 4 heaping tablespoons of but'- ter well browned. DevUcd Cneese FonCue. Spread deviled ham evenly over a thick slices bread' and cut in cubes. Put; alternate layers of the bread cubes and H cup gxated cheese in a buttered talking dish, seasoning each layer with salt and Bap ofFlayprx. , yustBuiier The .fine • June-butter flavor and [)Ica.<iine; aroma of Fairmont's Better • Butter 1 .S icpeated every day In every pound; ll\ere's ii meadow fresh- iio.s.s ,l90. Vouwlll like it. Made in lula. WliQ WAS S AM H OUSTON ? WHAT IS THE NAME WkuaVwOWFlOWER SiS? (Answers wiU be found on Pare 5) With 1 tablespoon butter and bake bread on top slightly brown, about twenty to twenty-five minutes. Scn'es two. Salmon Salad. Drain juice from one can of salmon and mince salmon fine with forlc. Add twice as much celery as salmon—celery cut line. Pour over this ft dressing made of l cup vinegar and one-third cup water and blend over fire. Beat two eggs vei-^ U ^hu add 2 tablespoons .sugar to the eggs and combine eggs with vlncpar, .stir briskly so eggs will not curdle. Set on the stove until the oggs thicken and add butter, .sali anil pepper. SCOTLANp Mar. 6.—Mrs. Laver, Ifaggle and Lena assisted at various! times during the week before last ft the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry jLaver, nekr LaHarpe, their little sonj Robert being quite sick. i Mr. and Vtss. Harold Butts moved to their new ,home in our district Monday. We oertsJoly welcome them into our community. About twenty friends and neighbors assisted in the moving. The children entered school Wednesday. A number of young folks from this community attended a dance at the Ed Oibson home a week ago Satxirday night. Mr. and l£rs. Fred Teale and .Tohn from Pittsburg, visited Sunday afternoon: at Ross Lavers. Mr. arui Mts. Fred Laver called Sunday evening. Mrs. H. C. Palet attended the Dorcas meeting at the Swedish Lutheran church Thursday afternoon.. pepper. Beat Z eggs I thoroughly, >Mr;,Grover Russell is slowly con- add 2-3 cup milk and pour over. Dofe Vatesclng from his recent illness. Hie ed the annual telephone roeetix^ at the Odense school house Friday night. . Helen Butts attended a class party of the freshman class In Humboldt. Saturday night. Mis. will Huss and Maryln and Mrs. Nettie Chapnum spent Tuesday -with Mrs. D. H. Pheobus. :4s :,stUl seeing a doctor occaAonally. In a clow oven unUl firm and the;t/j|j;;rti Nettie Chapman ana Maryln Apricot Pic. Cook canned apricots In thoir sjTup and with 1-3 cup sugnr for two to three minutes. Add 1 lablc- HtJOOQ flour smoothed with 1 tuble- sixxin woter and cook a few minutes longer. Line a small pie tin of tlie right size to serve four with pastry, pour in apricot filling and cover top With narrow strips of pastry, crosswise. Bake in a hot oven for about twenty minutes, serves two. GREATHOUSE k SON MARKET We Deliver, Phoae 227 -- GROCERY Buttelr, Creamery, 1 lb... I6c OLEO, \ lbs. Cream Cheese, lb.... 12y2C Franks, 1 lbs..... 15c Steak ,Rdvnd or Loin,2Ibs. 19c : : ' Whipping Cream, Half Pint 7c MILK, Quart • • • a 4c SUGAR, 10 lbs.. .43e Macaroni, 1 lbs.. 17c Com Flakes. 's ..9c Oxydol, Large Box.... 19c »filk, Caniation or Pet, 5 Tall Cans 25c Coffee, Special Blend, 3 lbs. 54c Crackers, 2 lbs... 18e Potatoes, No. 1, Peck... 20e Bananas, Yellow Ripe, lb. 3c We have a complete line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables at reasonable prices. f; Hiuw • spent Friday afternoon wth Mrs. Frank Thompson: . Dlimer guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Laver a week ago Sunday, were, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Venerable and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laver and daughters, Leo and Julius Folk, the Roush and Kamp- Ing young folks, Ed Broftn and Vlr- elhla Ilathaway. "WTaneta Bai-nctt spent the weekend In Chanute with her friend Helen Rcld. Mis. chapman, Mrs. Will Haw', Maryln and Dclmar Moore were SuntLiy dinner guests of Mr. and Mr.s. H. D. Barnett and glris. Monnie Walqulst, Jlerb Barnett, Will Huss and Will Llnvllle attcnd- A small ad in the Classified columns often puts over a big deal. A small ad IQ the Classified column oft«n puts over a bUc deal. FAIBVIEW (Mrs. Oscar Johnson.) March 8.—Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Larson visited at the parental McVey home Sunday, j M IS. W. K. Smart ;and Mrs. Jack Lltteer called on Mrs. Ada Stinnett Thursday afternoon. M IS. W. L. •JAcKeever and daughter Winifred spent Saturday evening at Bert Johnson's in LaHarpe. Ml-, and Mrs: Harry Peet cailled on Mrs. Edna Peet in LaHarpe Saturday. Mrs. Left Cornett of Kansas City is Staying with her mother, Mrs. McKaughn for a, while. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Templenwn called on their daughter, Mrs. Ben Pennington and family in Moran Friday afternoon. Miss Thelma Lltteer who worlcs in lola visited over Sunday with hots*, folks. Maxwell McCuUey threshed kaifir com for Jack Lltteer Saturday. Miss Mable Johnson spent Saturday night wUh Miss Winilred McKeever. ; Oscar Johnson received the announcement of the marriage of his brother Carl Johnson at Chanute recently. Have you a house for rent? Or for sale? Want to buy anythinK' nip »h«> 01iU »ifl«»d r «l »jn\TUi' 1119 East St. CALL FOSTER'S Phone 436 . SUGAR ID Pounds 47c FREE!! w^Zn J'S-Saw Puzzle J^smm Lgre. Oxydol S <r, more suds means Ifl ' ... A y V Box Apples Fancy Winesaps ..$l.,35 FLOUR 48 lbs. Fidehty or Second-to-Nonc -..{)i>c 48 lbs. Ruby fi5c HEAVY BEEF Roasts, lb. -9c COFFEE Six-O- 3 lbs. J53C Peaberry, 3 lbs. 55c FREE!! w^Zn J'S-Saw Puzzle J^smm Lgre. Oxydol S <r, more suds means Ifl ' ... A y V Box Apples Fancy Winesaps ..$l.,35 FLOUR 48 lbs. Fidehty or Second-to-Nonc -..{)i>c 48 lbs. Ruby fi5c HEAVY BEEF Roasts, lb. -9c BABY BEEF Roasts, lb — 12 '/2C iSteaks, lb 20c FREE!! w^Zn J'S-Saw Puzzle J^smm Lgre. Oxydol S <r, more suds means Ifl ' ... A y V Box Apples Fancy Winesaps ..$l.,35 FLOUR 48 lbs. Fidehty or Second-to-Nonc -..{)i>c 48 lbs. Ruby fi5c HEAVY BEEF Roasts, lb. -9c BABY BEEF Roasts, lb — 12 '/2C iSteaks, lb 20c FRESH PORK Shouldpr Ro3.<;t.s, Jb. 7c r.*an Chops, lb. IQc Sides, whole or half, lb. ---6c CHEESE Full Cream, ib. lie Creamed Cottage Cheese -lOe Box Apples Fancy Winesaps ..$l.,35 FLOUR 48 lbs. Fidehty or Second-to-Nonc -..{)i>c 48 lbs. Ruby fi5c HEAVY BEEF Roasts, lb. -9c Boils, lb _8c FRESH PORK Shouldpr Ro3.<;t.s, Jb. 7c r.*an Chops, lb. IQc Sides, whole or half, lb. ---6c CHEESE Full Cream, ib. lie Creamed Cottage Cheese -lOe " T * " ' — — — — -— '—' — — '— \^ \. Steak.s, lb. .l2'/ic Boils, lb. 6c CAN CORN S'.veet, Med. Size .'Jc Whole Grain No. 2 ..10c DRIED FRUIT 4 lbs. Seedless Raisins _„ 2.'jc 4 lbs. Apricots 25c CRACKERS Bright's, 2-lb. box —17c, Sweet Potatoes 10 pounds 15c FRESH PORK Shouldpr Ro3.<;t.s, Jb. 7c r.*an Chops, lb. IQc Sides, whole or half, lb. ---6c CHEESE Full Cream, ib. lie Creamed Cottage Cheese -lOe " T * " ' — — — — -— '—' — — '— \^ \. Steak.s, lb. .l2'/ic Boils, lb. 6c CAN CORN S'.veet, Med. Size .'Jc Whole Grain No. 2 ..10c DRIED FRUIT 4 lbs. Seedless Raisins _„ 2.'jc 4 lbs. Apricots 25c CRACKERS Bright's, 2-lb. box —17c, Sweet Potatoes 10 pounds 15c HAMBURGER Fresh, 4 lbs. 23c ORANGES Size .114, 2 dozen 2iic DRIED FRUIT 4 lbs. Seedless Raisins _„ 2.'jc 4 lbs. Apricots 25c CRACKERS Bright's, 2-lb. box —17c, Sweet Potatoes 10 pounds 15c SAUSAGE All Pork, 4 lbs. ....25c BANANAS Yellow Ripe, 5 lbs. .,2:5c Barrel Kraut Fresh; 3J| H . Hk Home Cured Bacon Piece Idc; Sliced _.12 '/2C Post Toasties Per Box lOc PURE LARD . I lb. 5c; 10 lbs „.4,5c BANANAS Yellow Ripe, 5 lbs. .,2:5c Barrel Kraut Fresh; 3J| H . Hk Home Cured Bacon Piece Idc; Sliced _.12 '/2C Creamery Butter Fairmont's, lb .18c CATFISH Fresh, .small, lb. 22c BANANAS Yellow Ripe, 5 lbs. .,2:5c Barrel Kraut Fresh; 3J| H . Hk Home Cured Bacon Piece Idc; Sliced _.12 '/2C 6ROCERT CASH AND SOUTHEAST CORNER OP SQUARE MARKET '•V''- CASH We co-operate with the Local Club in their celebration of National Business and Professional Women's Week. 2^ Large Package t\ <>"i>oL lyc SO'^'L more suds ^^r'""' * JIG-SAW PUZZLE FRE!E 47/c less ivorh Swansdown Cake Flour special . 20c SOAP P&G . . . 2 bars 5c PALMOLIVE 3 bars 19c SEA FOAM large paickage . . . . 14c Prunes Small • • • • Jibs. 15c VERY SWEET AND MEATY, GRAPE-NUTS FLAKES WHEAT POPS ^ ^ .PUFFED WHEAT « 1 A_ QUAKER CRACKELS 7 PkffS- I Hl^ RICE KRISPIES * ^ • LU\j POST BRAN FLAKES n ee 1 lb. can SENSATION 33c 1 .A T I1 lb. OLD DUTCH 25c VVl IMXi 3 jbg, PEABERRY .55c Beans white Mich. Navies 5 lbs. 15C CORN MEAL Cream White 10 lb. bag 12c Rice I^ancy Blue Rose .. 5 |bs. 25C RAISINS Thompson Seedless 4 25c Soap Magic Washer ... 10 bars 19C QUO A n 20 Pounds for 89c >M 111 A K 4 Pounds Brown 21c UWUr&Il 2Vi Ibs.Powdered .19c SEEP POTATOES Ohios, Gobblers CERTIFICD BY THE GROWER 100 ik bags %%M Onion Sets white, Yeiiow, Red Lb, gc RUSSETT BVRBANKS- POTATOES Peck 19c Peanut Butter 2 Ib. quart jar . . 19c 48 lb. bag Jersey Cream 65c Jr lOUF 48 lb. bag Daisy. 85c Half or Whole While They Last P^rlb. lie Butter Creameryi quarters or solids^ pound _: FAIRMONT or RICHMOND I9c Upshaw's Guaranteed OO^ eountry, lb. LtA^ Armour's Cloverbloom, lb. ..... .22c CHEESE (Longhorn) per lb.. 12y2C 19c SWIFT'S PREMIUM SLICED BACON Found Cellophane Wrapped WILSON LAUREL BACON— ^ f Pound Cellophane Wrapped Fancy B^by Beet CORN FED Boils, Rib or Brisket, lb. ..... ,f. ... 6c Roasts, Tender Chuck> lb, . . . .I2V2C Rolled Prime Ribs (ho waste) lb 18c Steaks, Round or Sirloin, lb. . :^ 22V2C Baby Beef Liver, tender, lb. .; 18c CORNFEPPURK Sausage, 4 lbs. ... 25c Shoulder Roasts, lb. .— TVzc Ham Roasts, lean, tender, lb. .... .. .10c Spareribs, per lb. .. . — . — 6c Lardj per Ib V.. 5c HEAVY BEEF Boils, per lb 5c Roasts, Tender Chuck, lb 7c Hamburger, lb. 8c; 4 lbs. .; 25c (Pure Meat—No Cereal) Round or Sirloin Steak; lb. 15c; 2 for . .25c Beef Liver, Ib. 8c; 2 lbs. ... 15c SCRAP SLICED BACON, 5-Ib. box .. .35c OLEO—Lb. 9c; 3 \h&. .\ .... 25c STODDARD MENZIE McPADDEN

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