Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on March 16, 1933 · Page 4
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 4

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, March 16, 1933
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PAGg FOUR THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 16,1953, (Recipes Selected By Rntb Lrnn.) HUMBOLDT NEWS Cremona 4-H Club Holds Mmthly Meeting at Home of Delmar Evans Tuesday Night HUMBOLDT, Mar. 15. — Ennis Starkey, distributor in HumboWt for the Kansas City Star,!is off duty at present due to lunjbago trouble. J. H. Osborn, o^ North Twelfth street, is confined to liis room again with sickiic s. ' ; Funeral s rvlces for IJome L. Rossner. of Kai..-ns City, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rossner, {of Humboldt, were held at the i Presbyterian church Wednesday^ afternoon. Dr, G. W. Horn, pastor, officiated, and delivered the address,- assisted by Rev. C. V. Shulfenberger of the Methodist churchj who read the scripture lesson, and Rev. C. MJ Thomas, who offered the prayer. Music was furnished by Mrs. H. H. McCleUand, Mrs. I H; H. > Stewart, L. T. Cannoa and U H. Bunnell, accompanied on thej brgan by Virgil Klnne!, Iiitormenc was In the Puss- man cemetery. The pall bearers composed of business associates of Mr. Rossner. and all of City, were: Lusk Baker, Dr. B. W. Sharp, E. J. Rudloff; O. J. RoUert, John L. Thompson and Raymond Stewart. Mrs. H. C. Johnson, who has been spending several KvMks with her married daughter in Peoria, 111., was called fiack here Tuesday, owing to the sudden death of her broter, Lome Rossner. Kinsas, City, whose funeral and burial were conducted here today. Miss (Frances Pussner. n niece of Mr. Rossner, also tame from Lawrence Tuesday night to attend her uncle's funeral. Paul Johnson, a nephew of'Mr. Rossner, accompanied his aunt, Mrs. Lome Rossner. also his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Will Rossner, all of City, to Humboldt to attend his uncle's funeral. The Cremona 4-H club, southeast nf Humboldt, held its monthly meet- i :> • Tuesday night at thSvJiome of iKjiLtr Evan.s. After a ishort business .ses.sion game^ were played and refreshments servejd to the following Edna Osborn. Alice Friederick. Leona Johnson, Mary O'Nell, Betty Brown, Irene Frederick, Shirley Roberts. Evelyn Phillips. Vera Seldl, Thelma O'Neil. Marjorfe Berthot. Inez Lock. Ellen iFriedorick. Hazel Soidl. WUla Mao Phillips. Mnrgaret Akers, Ethel Lock. Pearl x\kers, Leota Singer, Harold Le\^is, Warren Safe, But Uncertain What to Do Ne'xt Trying to bring a new order out.ol the chaos o^ the earthquake, these Long Beach. Calit.. residents have temporarily removed their belongings from shaken bomea and plied them along the street In!trunks and autos. Some were planning visits to places outside the earthquake tone, gome; "camped" undecided on the curb. Many tourists and temporary residents were leaving when opportunity presented If^-'V. Brinkmeyer, Hugh Wheatley, Wilbur Rush, Carl Johnson, Wayne Lewis, Junior Trammell, Harold Rensing, Earl Seidl, Ralph Osborn, Everett Lock, Harold Watt, Clarence Eastburn, Lloyd Ren.slng. Earl Pilgrim, Cleo Singer. Ned Watt, Lyle Meyer, Glen i Eastburn. Raymond Burghart, Wayne Berthot, Alfred Kimball, Dwight Brinkmeyer, Eugene Eastburn. Boyd Reece, Raymond Ball, Fred Kimball. Verle Evans. Lewis Rush. Kent Rush, Mr. and Mrs. D. P, O'Neil and children; Mr. and Mrs. L. Duvall, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Lock. Mrs. E. Akers. Mr. and Mi's;. J. Evans and son. and Mi-s. Loreu Ball and children. Mrs. Narihie McCarty. of Osage street, who has recently convalesced from an attack of flu, is again a victim of this malady. The members of the Presbyterian Missionary society, wlio had planned A littl esavi^ig Ion every item of foocl you buy counts up the end of the month. These prices are effective iFriday aiid Saturday, March 17 and 18, in lola. Rhubarb S';^^ IdGttUG^ ^'"^ House Grapefirijlit Casfrofts Marsh Seedless Large Size ,.. Fresh California Lb. 9c Lb. 10c ,. Ea ./5c Bunch 5c Seed Potatoes GENUINE i Northern grov/n, Black Soil, ' Non-irrjgated. COBBLERS AND EARLY OHIOS PetSack$1.10 Brown Sugar Catsup ^nd! 14-oz. Cellophane Packed .'... Libby's Yellow Cling •Large Peaches Ivory soap Flakespackage Raisins IS^ Prunes^l^ 4 Peaches Figs Cocoa 2 Lbs. i4c Large Bottle lOc 2 No. 2 Cans 2Sc Ea. .15c Nice and Fresh Serve Them For Breakfast Packed S I^bs. 15c 2 Lbs. 19c iLbis. 19c ARMOUR'S liAMS HALF JOR WHOLE i2c Lb. cWer Cuts, lb. 22c Be^f Roast Bacon ^ . Lb. 8c 3 ^ A^. Pieces ... Lb. 12c Pork Stoaks"-" 2 Lb. 15c Longhor^ Cheese 2 I^bs.l5c to attend as guests today of the Chanute Presbyterian society, called it off on account of the Lome Rossner funeral this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Carter and small son, of Humboldt, visited La- Harpe Tuesday evening on a combined business and pleasure trip. Oklahoma City—An appeal "to the busy men of Oklahoma" appeared in a newspaper advertisement of an insurance firm today. It read: "Heaven has no phone. Better call us now." Pineapple Marshmallow Pit-. 1 cup graham crackers, crumbled fine 1-3 cup butter 1 tbsp. sugar •i lb. marshmallows, cut small 2 cups canned crushed pineapple 1 egg beaten Mix crackers, softened butter and sugar and press in an even layer against: sides and bottom of buttered pie plate. Combine niarshmal- lows. pineapple arid egg and pour into cracker lined plate. Bake in a moderate oven (375d F.) 15 minutes. Makes one 8 -inch pie. lOLA. KANSAS NEWS OF NORAN Regular Meeting of Missionary Society of Methodist Cbnrch Held Friday. MORAN. March 15.—Mrs. Harriet Twineham was hostess to the members of! her bridge club Thuraday evening and j had as her guests Messrsl and Mesdames George Weast, Arthur MendeU, Roy Barfc- lett, Chuck Brouillard, Wesley Barton, Linley Hills; Ralph McCrary, and Miss LuciUa Harris. Ralph Kerschner and family of Kenbro were guests over the •week end of Mr. Kerschner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .7. W, Kerschner and other relatives. Mr. ajnd Mrs. Neil t^rd were Sunday diiiner guesU oi Mr. and Mrs. M. R. young. Mr. ind Mrs. F. H. McCoy were guests of Mrs. McCoy's sister, Mrs. Reuben: Armstrong and family, Sunday. I • Mrs. Bertha Bondy and daughter Miss Afina Louise who came here last week to attend the funeral of Mrs. Bpndy's mother, Mrs. Anna Sickly, returned to their home in Kansas Clt;;i Thursday. Mr. and ivlrs. John Hill of Colony visited liere Sunday, the guests of Mrs. Hiirs parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Fowler a,nd other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown and little son Ersehel are now occupying the cottage near the Methodist church and owned by J. M. Brown. Miss Josephine Koenlg of Kansas City came Saturday for a few days visit with Miss Lena Damold and Miss Florence Miller; Mrs. ^oy Cox visited Saturday in Elsmorei with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Swanson and other relative.-;. I . • The ijegular monthly meeting of the Missionary society of the Methodist Episcopal church was held Friday at the church beginning at the noon hour with a luncheon. A program in keeping with Pounders Dfty was given during the afternoon. iOss Florence; Barber conducted the devotionals ahd Idrs. Q. E. Lacey had charge of the lesson study. Fifteen members were present for the day's program. Mrs. Etta Perysn of MeClave, Colo., arrived Monday for a few days visit here with her sister Mrs. Lu D. Mitchell and family. On Thunsday the memliers of the family from here will attend the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Carl of Parsons. Mrs. Emma Kieth of Colony visited here Sunday with her mother Mrs. iMary Lacey: and other relatives.! She was a dinner gUest of her daughter Mrs. Veva Hobart and oblldzen. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shlve- ly and JimnUe were dinner guests of Mrs. Hobart also. Miss Lqrene Winger of Leroy, spent the'week-end here a guest of Miss Pern Gilliam. Mr. and Mrs. Q. E. Lacey and daughter Emma Verle who have been making their home in town since they lost their residence by fire several weeks ago have returned to the farm and are getting settled again in the house they moved from LaHarpe. Mr.: and Mrs. Albert Manning and Betty were dinner guests Sunday.of Mr. and Mrs. Will Young. Mrs. W. J. Wells and son Emory were business visitors in Nevada, Mo., Friday. Cheese . Luncheon P:e. 2 cups fhiely crun&led soda crackers , U cup butter Salt atiid pepper H cup water 2 cups ^milk >y 1 egg, beaten 'f, 1 cup grated American Cheese I tcasi^n prepared musiard Mix onie cup of crackers with 'i cup poftened butter, 'i teaspoon b;;!r and watp. Press nU.xture firmly against sides and bottom of buttered pie! plate. Pour milk over re- mainln?; \ cracker crumbs . ai-'.d let stand for 5 minutes. Add bcalci: egg, seasoning. |cup cheese, mustard ;ui! Pour into cracker liivd pie plate, sprinkle with remaining cheese. Bake in a moderate ovt-ii (J75d F.) about 40 minutes or until set and golden brown. 6 portion; 1119 East St. CALL FOSTER'S Phone 436 SUGAR lO-Ib. Sack Beet 50c 10-lb. Sack Cane 55c GALLON GOODS Peaches, can -.37c ApricotS; can 37c COFFEE Sensation,' lb. 33c 3 lbs. Peaberry _55c Six-0, 3 lbs. 53c CORN MEAL lO-lb. Bag — lOc Spanish Onions, 10 lbs. 15c Onion Plants 400 ___25c Onion Sets, gal. ____19c PIONEER BACON 5-lb. Bo.\ sliced 37c FRESH PORK Roasts, lb. 7e Chops, lb. 12c Ham Steak, lb. 12Vic Sides, lb 6c Sausage, 4 lbs.,._ 25c BABY^ BEEF Roasts, lb --.12'/2C Steaks, lb. .-i -.20c Boils, lb. ---8c HEAVY BEEF Roasts, lb — :.-.9c Steaks, lb. _--L 12Vic Boils, lb. - _-_6c Hamburger, 4 lbs. 25c HAM HOCKS Or Ends, lb. --.,.-_7c FLOUR 48 IbsL Fidelity _ J)r)c' 48, Ibsj. Ruby (iSc 3AN CORN Whol<| Grain 10c 5 c Sweet Corn DRIED FRUIT Apricots, 4 lbs. Peaches, .'^ lbs. 25c Raisins, 4 ib.s. -25c CAN TOMATOES 4 No. Creank Cheese, lb. _12'2C Fresh Pickldd Pork, lb. __..lOc EIGHT O'CLOCK ^ £ i\ COFFEE3>'^ 49c Rye Bread"""- 165e Seed Potatoes, U. S. No. 1 RED RIVER OHIO AND COBBLERS 100 Pounds... $1.19 HEINZ Baked Beans ,2i6 «>^«''sl5c With Pork and Tomato Sauce or Boston Style Heinz Ketchup u -ozMe 15c Waldorf I Tissue, 3 rolls 13c Salmon ^'^'^ tans 25c Salmon Alaska Red 2 16-oz. cans29c Corn Flakes, 2 19c KELLOGG'S—:OR POST TOASTIES Peanut Butter, lib pails 10c SULTANA BRAND Cheese cream 1 ibl 15c Fishflat .BerriDg2FKk 15c Skinless Codfish Lb. 19c Hershey's Cocoa l* can 19c lona Cocoa, 2 -lb. Can 19c 1-Lb. Can 11c LimaBeans^"'No. 2 Can 10c Green Beans 2 NO .2 cans 25c Mash Feed or Chick Starter is." 1.57 THfe GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACinC TEA CO. GROCERY AND 2 cans 25c Brain.s, lb. . _,10c PURE LARD 1 lb. Sc; 10 lbs 45c CASH SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SQUARE CASH We Deliver $1.00 Grocery Orders or $1.00 Meat Orders OATS ^^^^ 10c Sail 10 Pounds Bulk .... .19c Special, 2 tall cans « lOn Fancy Alaska Pink ._. A /V SOAPP&G • . . 2 bars 5c Soap ^^Sic Washer 10 barS 19C Light or Dark 5-Pound Pail . Syrup Corn or Green Beans No. 2 i Cans Standard Quality 2 tor 15c Soups TOMATOES Campbells All Kinds 3 for Medium Cans Missouri Pack, 6 cans All Brands Tail Cans 5c PEACHES cans. Mother Goose 2 cans 29 G Bulk Groceries Corn Meal 10 lb. Bag 12o Beans Michigan Navy 5 lbs. 15o R|ce EitraFsncyKueRose 5 lbs .2lG Prunes SmailSizeVerySweet S Ibs .l5e Raisins Thompson Seedess 4 ihs .25e Macaroni 3 Pounds 19e #1 i f f 1 lb. can SENSATION 33c I .mf I^A 1 lb. OLD DUTCH 25c ^VllVV 3 lbs. PEABERRY 55c 48-lb. Bag Jersey Creme 65c 48-lb. Baff Daisy 85c 48-lb. Bag PideKty 95c 47c 17c Fine Granulated OUgolF aoth Bag, 10 lbs. • I CRACKERS^" 2-Pound Box Fancy Baby CORN FED Boils, Ril^ or Brisket, lb. .. Roasts, Tender Chuck, lb. Rolled Prime Ribs (no wast^) Steaks, Round or Sirloin, lb. Baby Beef Liver, tender, lb. Beef ..6c .nvoc lb... ..18c 22y2C 18c COEN FED FORK Spareribs, per lb. Lard—10 lbs Shoulder Pork Roasts, lean amd tender, per lb. Ham Pork Roast, per lb. 6c 45c Pork Shoulder Steak, 2 lbs. . Sausage, per lb. 8c; 4 lbs. ,.. ....7c 10c 15c 25c HEAVY BEEF 4c 7c Boils, Rib or Brisket, per lb Roasts, Tender Chuck, lb. . Steaks, Round or Sirloin, 2 lbs. .... .25c Hamburger, pure meat, no cereal, 4 lbs. • Peanut Butter^ lb. iOc; 3 lbs. 25c Pickwick Peanut Butter, lb. i5c; 2 lbs. 25c Butter, creamery, p^r lb. 19c Oleo, per lb. 9c; 3 Ibi . .: .25c 25c Half k Whole While They Last pJr lb. ittc CREESE.(Longhorn) per lb.. 12V2C HOME CURED BACON Half or whole slab, lb 10c Sliced^ per lb. 15; 2 for .25c ALWAYS THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT O F FRESH FRUITS A.ND VEGETABLlES—FRFqH i AND CURED MEATS AND CHEESE. ^ STODDARD MENZIE McJ^y^DEN

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