The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on December 28, 1944 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR THE lOLA REGISTER, THURSDAY gVENING, DECEMBER 28, 1944. This and that InKonscjis BY JOE DEOEORGE: Concordia, Kas. (AP).-!-5aid the trala Steward to the army colonel— Mrs., George White, former Kansan now living In Los Angeles, reports on a visit here that she went Into the club car and found ah army colonel arguing with the steward. The colonel, It seems, wanted a drink.. "No liquor sales in Kansas," the steward explained. "What kind of a state is this anyway," the officer ranted. "I don't see how people live here. Just look at it, just a flat country—nothing to see, nothing to do. People from Kansas never do anything." At tJiat point, Mrs. White says, the steward broke in with,; "How about Mr. Elsenhower? He's from Kansas." Thete wasn't another Word from the colonel. Somewhere in New Guinea, Cpl. Paul Dumler of Russell, Kas., a ; military policeman, was on duty at a dance—and wishing he wa? anything but an MP. A pretty WAC tripped up and asked if he please wouldn't 4ance with her, but Dumler remembered ;hjs orders. He couldn't leave his po.it until properly relieved. The WAC Epun around, walked over and talked with a man standing at the side of the floor. The man signaled to the corporal. ' ' "MP," he said, "take off, that brassard and pistol and dance with tills.young lady." It was an order—from a two-star general, the commanding officer of the division. . Remember the story about (he absent-minded chap who lost a big bass drum? , Its equal has been found at the Independeiice army air field. In a recent edition of the field'spubli­ cation, the Daily Bulletin, there appeared this ad: - "Lost.: Large end of wooden- bed. Finder please call hospital supply." Booth Myers Jr., of Wichita,' "is a determined lad. "Say," the 10-year-old dema:nded of a man who called at the Myers liome on business, "do you know anything about pulling teeth?- I've got a loose one. My mother is gone . this evening and I can't get the string around it." The surprised visitor helped tie the string around the tooth. Booth tied the other end to a doorknob, then Shut the door with himself in one room and a younger brother, Ronnie in the other. "Now yank the door open," called Booth. Ronnie did—and out came the tooth, : ; James H. Pulton, assistant cashier of a Pittsburg bank, devised a door slop of two bricks wrapped In ordinary wrapping paper and tied with a string. It looked something like a Christmas package, and you can't blame passersby for what happened. VI- sionlng the contents as Christmas Klfts lOst.by someone, one after another they picked it up and carried it Inside to bank officials. Patiently, bank employes returned it each time to its place beside the front doors. 'The package was becoming sadly worn by continued handling, and Pulton decided there was but one • thing .to do. In big letters, he inscribed the word "Doorstop" on the package's cover. Saipan Heat-Wave—B-29 Burns Hiiinboldt Items Desperately trying to protect themselves against the searing heat, Air .Force fire fighters, Sll of whom got burned, attack a burning B-29 Superfortress, set afire by Jap low^level attack on Saipan island. Bulldozer is being driven against plane, in hope of piling enough dirt on it to extinguish the blaze Christmas seals and placed one on the newi^japer of each person on his route. And season's greetings to one and all. HUMBG'LDT, Dec. 28.—Miss Eleanor Var^ Nic^, first lieutenant, [Womens Army Corps, arrived yesterday morning for a visit with her parents; ^Jr. and Mrs. J. A. Van Nice, Gra<:e and Curtis. Lt. Van Nice has jist completed a course at the Adjutant Geherals school, at Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, and was granted, a short leave before going to her new assignment. Mayor and Mrs. J. E .Wakefield were hosts at a Christmas dirmer at their homt. The day was observed on Smiday. Their guests were: Mrs. Esther' Ehrig, ICansas City, Mr. and Mrs. E:lbert Wakefield, and Miss Kate Moos 5. • j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Freeman had ] as theii,: guests on Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs. Decker Freeman and son PreddlK of Parsons. Mr. and -Mrs. James Arthur Smith spent the C'liristmas holiday in Parsons, wheri they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Shellman. They returned home Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Smith and girls, N^r. and Mrs. Allen B. Smith went trf Colciny for the Christmas celebration. They were guests of Mrs. Jane Hendrix. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Campbell were j Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Porter in lola. Miss kalhryn McGrew came Saturday eyening. She Joined Mr. and Mrs. J. ;L. Johnson, and all went to and Mr. rfnd Charles Scott home in HufnboldC on i Shorewdod; Hills, Ark., to spend the - • • " Christmas hoUdays. While there they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. lOLA. KANSAS R. Coutant and MarUyn, of Wichita, Mr.' and Mrs. D. A. McDonald, Sandy and Andy, of Tola, Dr.. and Mrs. T. D. Blasdel, of Parsons,- and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Davis of 'Garnett. Mr. and Mrs. John Kopper Jr., and three daughters, of Independence, spent Sunday and Monday in HUmboldt, where they were Quests of Mr. and Mrs. John Koppers, Mrs. J. F. Plynn and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Strubhart and Janice, and Miss TiUle Cunningham were Christmas dinner guests o? Mr. W. G. Hansen, at Chanute. tert Clark who has been CRESCENT VALLEY Chanute, Mrs. Carrie Weatherbie is confined to her bed at the home of , . , . lier daughter, Mrs. R. C. Wrieht. A very entertaining progi-am was Her friends hope that slie will .won presented at the regular community, be able to be up again, meeting at the school house Friday Mr. and Mrs. Millard Cress and evening. Gene Miller of Humboldt J '^'n^V were guests at the J. ,A. Cress showed pictures of some of his trav- ""P^^*^'*"^^ '^^^ els in various states which were ih cl ^^ttSed ^a ^up ^ef a\ \fe technicolor and were very beautiful. { ^^BS=-=-^—ss^sss^^^sss thur and Elizabeth Mrs. Will Owens. .Sunday evening which was given m Herbert Bioom who is employed | honor of the wedding, anniversary at the E. J. Ronsick home, spent of Mr. and Mrs. Guy,Bale, former Christmas with his parents near i residents of thLs cornmuhity. Mr. Robert McOrew and family. Mrs. J. W, Swaney of Kansas City and Mrs. Bale's daughter..Mrs. Pat .spent Christmas here with her Kelley of Tulsa, was also present, i daughter. Mrs. Gene Miller, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Marvin and Miller and Mrs. F. C. Miller. She family attended a Christmas dinner returned tb Kansas City on Wed- at the Jim Jackson home on Christ- nesday. ma.s day; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Byerley have -7 ' ^ las their guests, their daughters. An amendment to the Coasliiu- Miss Mary, of Ponca City, Okla., tion of the United States can be re- and Mi.'is Josephine of Lawrence, pealed only by adoption of an, They were joined at dinner on amendment which nullifies it. • Christmas day by Dr. and Mrs. W. Billy Hummer, a carrier for ;the Garden City Daily Telegram, has the Christmas spirit.. The ,boy purchased a quantity of It was very generous of Mr. Miller to share these pictures with th-; public. Music, readings, etc., completed the program, after which refreshments of pie and coffee were served. Mr. and Mrs. W. Vernon Palmer and son Jack were Christmas dinner guests at the W. F. Palmer home in Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Cress and children had a Christmas breakfast Monday morning and a gift exchange at their home. The guest,' were Mr. and Mrs. William Ronsick and daughter, Mrs. Gordon Lar.son and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wilhite. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wright entertained with a Christmas supper on Christmas night at their home. Guests were Mr. and Mi-s. Charles Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mueller and daughter, Erma Beall and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Colltson. Mrs. Mildred Newton and hei father, Mr. F. S. Doty entertained with a dinner on Christmas day. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fern Doty and sons of El Dorado, Kas., and Miss Barbara Jean Kirschner of Parsons, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Baker and daughter Berneice and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jewell of Humboldt. S-Sgt. Jim Ronsick, who was a recent guest at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ronsick, ha.s reported to Casperr WyO„ where he has been assigned as a flight instructor. E. J. Ronsick, who has been ill with pneumonia for the past ten days is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Owens and sons entertained with a Christmas dinner Monday noon. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulk, Ar- New Yearls Foods • • • spread Jam • • ChUi Peanuts Olives . Catsup . Syrup . Flour . . Steak . . Sausage Sandwich ^tkt% • Lee 12-oz Seedle.ss ^*%ti eOrape 16-oz, itsX> Dinner ... 2 For 2S€ » Salted Lb. 27C Kosher f CM Dill No. 16 JJ^ m Kuner 14-oz. 23c Dark GaL SOc Softasilk 2% 'VAM • Cake Lbs. AJTC • Round Lb. 3 $c » Pork Lb. 29c EXTRA SPECTAL MARMAUDE 2 CITRUS Lbs 20c SHRIMP JUMBO Can 47c We are (qien 7:30 a. m. to 6:30 p. m. Open Saturday 7:30 a. m. to 9 p. m. LINCOLN FOOD MART Phone 183 tola's H. G. F. Store We Deliver Phone 183 FOR BETTER PARTY COST-CUTTERS! KROGER'S LATdNIA CLUB GINGER ALE Blended with genuine ginger, chill- charged for losting sparkle! SPARKLING WATER WESCOLA 24-Oz Bottles 23c nils BoniE DEPOSITS Apricots • • Catsup • • • • Raisins Matches Beans Pumpkin. • Countrv- Club, Quick or Reg. OATS __-48-oz. pkK. 24o Quaker, Quick or Re». OATS -_-48-oz. pkg. 27c Mother's, Cup and Saucer OATS 3-lb. pkff. 33c 28-Oz. Pkg. CREAM O' WHEAT 22c Kroner's Wheat GEMS _.28-OZ. pkg. 11c Nabiitco Wheatsworth CEREAL 20-oz. pk-r. Ific Grape Nuts Wheat MEAL -_30-oz. pkg. 21c Mother's White Corn MEAI 5-lb. bag 25c Aunt Jemima's Pancake FLOUR ___3-lb. bag 3.'{c Pillsbury's Buckwheat FLOUR -3 '/2 -lb. box 34c Market Day iSpecial Searcli- light Van Camp?; Baked In Tomato Sauce Country Cltib Golden Dry Pack- CRACKERS m -HO Fine For Snacks 23c No. 2'i. Can COUNTRY CLUB HONEY MAID , GRAHAMS 1 B ', 17 C DRAWN HENii Lb 49c SKINLESS WIENERS Lb 33c COTTAGE CHEESE i Lb 15c SPOTLIGHT HOT DATED COFFEE 5Ba.59C FRENCH BRAND GROUND FRESH COFFEE 1 "„25c FLOUR FLOUR FL6UR FLOUR. FLOUR. • • • Brick CHlLl lb. 35c Pure LARD ._.._lb. 17c niu PICKLES ea. 4c Neck BONES . lb. 8c Salt JOWLS lb. 18c RO.SEFJSH lb. 29c Fillets , WHITING lb. 28c CATFISH lb. 44c Country Club 50-Lb. Ag* Finer Enriched . Bag ^AJW^ Sungold 50-Lb. Ad All Purpo.se Bag ^leVjF Pillsbury's 50-Lb. Aiy «^ Best Bag ^inMy Gold Medal, 50-Lb. «0 Kitchen Tested Bag ^il^iy Country Club * 5-Lb. <«£ M Pancake • Bag WISHING ALL OF YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR STORE CLOSED NEW YEAR'S DAY FRESH VEGETABLES Broccoli, Cauliflower, Radishes, Onions, Celery, Lettuce, Cabbage, Mangos, Sweet Potatoes, Carrots, Oranges, Apples, Tangerines. and Mrs. Mrs. Be: visiting relatives in Oregon and California ifor' the past several months, ha|s returned holme. Miss Vivian Jackson, who teaches in the Russell city schoiols, Is here to spend the holiday vacation with her parentk, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jacicson, aijid other members of the family. Mrs. Esther Ehrig returned Tuesday morning to Kansas City, where she Is emjbloyed. after, spending Christmas here with her mother. Mrs. Frederika friends. Radkt;. and with SMALL FAMILY SAVES MOST FAT Recent survey for the American Pat Salvage Committee revealed that the smpll family, with the limited number of red ration points each month, saves the most fat— the two-member family leads all the rest. The young housewife, un- . der 25. is found to be just about half as good* a saver as her senior of 50 years of age. ' -a Green Spray Fruit k Vegetable Market 107 EAST ST. THE ONE STOP MARKET PHONE 253 Tangerines Dozen ORANGES, LEMONS, CIDER, HONEY, CELERY, GRAPES, GRAPEFRUIT, COUNTRY SORGHUM BANANAS—NO LIMIT—PLEASE BRING YOUR SACKS Potatoes White Per 100 Lb.^ .S. $2.69 APPLES WINESAPS WINTER BANANA DELICIOUS ROME BEAUTY Apples Basket $3.25 No. 1 RED McCLURE Potatoes Bag $3.60 Crackers 2 29c BROOKS Catsup 18c 14-oz. Bottle MONARCH Apple Sauce MONARCH SWEET Potatoes 29c No. 21/2 Can BUfliiuiiiii —FL6UR Pillsbury $2.19 Expansion C $2.19 WHW ^—-.-.^ Pill.sburv K lOlir • • Pancake "nt- 28c CkW«M ««tt Pennick 9 Jr rap • • Waffle .^.i!:,^' 43c Prunes . Peanut Butter —— MEATS 40-50 Homogenized 24-Oz. Jar Lh.s. 35c 39c Sauer Kraut Spareribs . . Sausage Chili . . IJ). Meatv LI Pure Pork 24c 35c Brick TJj. 35c Beans . . Rice . . • Macaroni Large ^ Navy __J^ Whole Head American Beauty Lb. Package Lbs. 21c 15c Lbs. VEGETABLES Head Lettuce, Celeiy, Carrotsi Cauliflower, Brussels Sprou^ Grapes, Tangerines, Cabbage. ^ Oranges California Naval 200 Size Dozen 48c TEXAS Grapefruit 6 F r SELF-SERVICE GROCERY 5TDRE5 "WHERE EVERyBODY SAVES"

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