The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 18, 1945 · Page 4
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 4

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 18, 1945
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PAGg FOUB Humboldt ; i Items HUMBOLDT. Jan. 18.—Mrs. M. A. York was hostess to the W. C. T. U. Tuesday afternoon, with a meeting In her home. Mrs. J. W. Shlke presided. The devotloas were hi charge of Mrs.' Susan Bieenoock, who chose thoughts for the new year ns her lesson. She was assisted by Mrs. E. A. Plckarts and Mrs. Ida Palstrinjf. The program consisted of a study of "fL^gLslatlon and Petition," which was presented by Mrs. York. She was assisted by Mrs. Steenbock. who reviewed an article, "The Saloon Came Back," and Mrs. A. D. Coe, who reviewed "Education Against Alcoholism." The Messenger quiz was conducted by Mrs. York. A sociaj' hour followed the Ijrogram, when? Mrs. York served home made cookies and coffee, Ben Colllson wa« pleasantly surprised Sunday evening when members of the Lucky Circle gathered at his home in honor of his birthday anniversary. Games furnished the entertainment. Refreshments were enjoyed at the close of the social time. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. William Ronsick, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wright and Parley, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.. Wilhite, Mr. and Mrs. Dale CoUison, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Collison. Rev. C. P. Knight, Mrs. Melvln Lewis, Mrs. Will .Hall, and Miss Nellie Drolllnger of th^-Methodist church attended the school of Instruction for group leaders, which was held in lola on Tuesday: Mrs. John Readecker and Pam returned yesterday to'their home In Kansas City, after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Ward Bar- rleklow, and with her sister, Mrs. Clifford Kraus, of Paris, Texas. Mrs. Ray Coatney and children are enjoying a visit from Mrs. R. H. Coatney of Minneapolis, Kas. She Is the mother of Sgt. Ray Coatney, who is serving In the armed forces. Lt, and Mrs. Clifton H. Brown, Kathryn Maureen, and Mrs. M. L. Brown, spent Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Crone at lola. Mrs. Elmer Redfleld entertained with a dinner-bridge at the G. A. Redfleld home Tuesday evening, with Mrs. G. A. Redfleld as a.ssUt- Ing hostess. Two tables were formed for bridge following the dinner. Mrs. John Readecker of Kansas City, played high score, and she pLso received the traveling prize. Mrs. Redfleld's guest ILst included: Mrs. Cllffo-d Kraus, Paris, Texas, Mrc. John Readecker, Kansas City, Mrs. Elmer Harwood, Mrs. Gerald Talley, Mrs. Kenneth Drake, Mrs. William Blattner, Mrs. Carl Allen, and Mrs. WUllam Home. Lieut, and Mrs. Clifton H. Brown and their baby daughter, left Tuesday for Long Beach, Calif., after a visit here with Lieut. Brown's jiar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Brov/n. NILWOOD Nilwood district was well represented at lola Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Ludlum end sons, Wilbur Jr., and Marvin, were Wednesday evening guests at the Ralph Roberts home.^ Mrs. Leslie Bacon and Mrs. L. D. Smith were among the blood donors at lola Wednesday. i Mr. and Mrs. Pranzl Gilmore spent Sunday in Moran, the guests of his' mother, Mrs. E. T. Gilmore. and his sister. Miss Gertrude. | Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Towles came over from lola Sunday morning and accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. C. i Griffltts to Fort Scott and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs Roy Grlf- fltts. Fred Smith was a visitor in Fort Scott over the week-end. Mrs. R. L. Wade called on. Mrs. THE lOLA REGISTER. THURSbAY EVENING. JANUARY 18.1946. Ghostly Warfore in the Belgian ^ulge Wrapped in v.hite for winter camouflage, men of the 30th Division make ghostly figures as they cautiou.sly creep forward over a snqw-covered field near Stavelot, Belgium, i'lioto by NEA-Acme photographer for the war picture pool. L. P. Edwards Thursday afternoon. Moran spent Monday evening at Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith. Mrs. <he Smtth home. , L. D. Smith and Keith spent Wed- Mr,; and Mrs. Martin r^oberts, Mr. nesday evening at the Bacon home, and Mrs. Ralph Roberts and Joetta, Mr. and Mrs R. L. Wade and son, were .Sunday guests at the George Krnnelh spent Sunday afternoon Ellis home near Erie, with friends ncpr Bpyard. I !; •• • Mr. and Mre. Leslie Bacon. Ken- MmjCINE FROM POI.SON neth and Margaret, were Friday eve- A medicine. digi.'..ili.s, i.s made ning guests at the Smith home-. | ^j,,. foxglove, a poi~:onous plant. Th.^ Ralph Rijljert.s i.'^ combining loiff r m?dirlne is .slow down Ih. corn for Leslie Dacoii this week. ijiii';;or the heart, but i.s known ;..s Mr. and Mrs. Pele Horlicker ot a he^H stimulant. I Ribs Jap Navy Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts, Celery, Leaf Lettuce, Carrots, Turnips, Parsnips, Grapes, Green Cabbage, Head Lettuce, Egg Plant, Green Peas, New Potatoes. Belter FOR BETTER HEALTH Sausage • Hamburger • • Mince Meat • Steak • . . Cheese • • »Pork Lb. JOC Fresh Ground Lb. Lb. 29c AA Grade Round Lb. 4vC Longhorn __ Lb. 40c Campbell's Tomato SOUP 3 Cans SEEDLESS Raisins 2 Lb... 27c BROOKS CATSUP 14 0.19c YELLOW Onions 5 Lbs i4c ClOlfOSC • < o GaU<^ 1 25c Magic WasherLarge 21c Pork & Beans No. 2 Cans 25c Jmee • • Grapefruit 46-oz. 31C Apricots Nr ^frs, 29c if^jra-Mfiiiiia Cream Style No. 2 <^P M ^Olrn • « • White ,Yel. H Cans A>6 Tomatoes . . No. 2 Can Cherries Prince Albert No. '2 Can 1 Pound 12c 26c 69c Pop Com 23c DAINTY SODA Crackers 2 ^29c SJEARCHLIGHT Mateh^s 6 Carton 29C TEXA§ Gr^peSruit 6 For 29c DARK KARO No. 10 Can 75c POINTING THE WAY TO SAVINGS CUBAN CANE SUGAR SYRUP 5 f^r $1.25 No. J McCLURE Pdjtatoes ROM EBEAUTY APPLES : Basket $3.50 SELFHSiR?!! G R• CER Y StO R ES WHERE EVE/^VSOQy SAVES Gon. Mjifsaliaru Homma, above, who corrl^manded the Jap armies tilat conquered tiie Philippines ill 1942, .has practically "dared" the Jnp navy to come out and tiiiht. following American In- \i!slon of Luzon, according to a I'okyo bi Little love is l.>.'.i bft\yecn the Nip navy and .i /my. .-^(i Homma's bland as^ 'Mmptiniv that '• the Jap»- ;iiK?c rtiiind Fleet will now ;.)jaiKloii its passiveness . . ^ -pc-ii as a sarcastic invitation U} the admirals lo get in there and pitcli. '• LARGEST SINGLE CELL PLANTS Halicy.stis, nr .^ea-bottles, a species ol ."eaweed,' found ofr the coast of Bermuda, ire the largest single' fells in all plant life, often growing- to the size of hen's egps. Chiirmed Life Pfc Frec)crick E. Patterson, above, o| Milwaukee, Wis., talked ba^ to his^German captors near;Holton, France, and v/as mad^ to stand in a road under Aihencan artillery fire four difTetent times Most of the Nazts aroynd him were hit, but he was uniiijured Later he tsr£ip?d. \yas almost caught by a Nazi pairol before he waded ti; American hnes through waist- ' deei). nesu-freezing water. GAS CITY, Jan. 17.—Sunday dinner guestp at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo AVhltford were Mr. and Mrs. Lue Whltford and Edwin, Mr. and Mrs. Will Tashe, Lowell, Uoyd, Betty and Cloyd, Donald and Dixie Morelnn, all of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dlckerson attended the funeral of their cousin Mr. Dave OUkeson of lola Tuesday iiftemoon. The W. C. T. U. held their regular meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bert Horniah. Meeting was opened by singing "America," Devotions were led by Mrs. A. M. Goodsell who read the 19th Psalm. The following program was given: Reading, "The Saloon Came Back," by Mrs. Homlsh; "How to Get , Good Legislation." Mrs. Goodsell; "Your Letter to Congress," by Mrs. Clarence Johnson; "The Christian Citizen and the Drink Problem," Mrs. Del Adams; Messenger Quiz by Mrs. C. L. Osborn. A short business meeting was held after which the hostess served refreshments. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Clarence Johnson February 20. Floyd Tasche of Humboldt is spending a few days with his sister Mrs. Leo Whltford and family. Mrs. A. T. Cundy attended service, 'Mission to Teachers." which was in session Tuesday at the First Methodist church in lola. CARLYLE Mr. and Mr.s. Virgil Powell were Suilday dinner guests of Mr. and Mr.';. I. A. Smith. Bttty Cl;,mibc-rs sptrnt Wednesday m^.in with" Mr.s. Margaret Wood in Tola. • Mrs. Vinn Higginbulham gave a party f<ir her Sunday school class FYiday evcnin?. .Stmduy, afternoon callers at tlie J. W. Hi^Rinlwtlium home were: Ml-.'-,. Fcrtv. Epley. Mrs. McCarty, -tiss Wilnii Epley. Mrs. Louise McKaig and Karen and Mrs. Margaret Wood and Charlene, all of lola. Mr. and.Mrs. Virgil Kivett and alri.s spent Sunday afternoon at the Wilj Trine home. Kligene Chambers spent Wedne.s'r lay. night 'with Norman Benzinger if lola. Mrs. Vina Higginbotham and glrl^ irM Mrs. Eennie Shipley sp)ent the week-end with their sister Mrs'. Pauline McVey and family of Blue Moynd. Mrs. Shipley remained for a longer visit. Marjorie, Celia and Betty RemS^ berg were Sunday dinner of Bct!> Chambers. Mr. and.Mrs. Fred Poster sjient a few. days IJist -A'eek with their son Mr.. Bill Foster and wife. MAXIMUM OR MINIMUM? Mobile, Ala., Jan. 18. (AP)—U. S. District Judge John McDuffle plans to plead guilty in his own court next Monday. He was arrested by a federal game warden for having two more doves than the law allows. "I'll enter a plea of guilty," he said, "and impose the penalty upon myself for violating the federal game laws." lOLA. KANSAS THRIHY BUYERS Supply Their Food Needs At FRYER'S PORK & BEANS... CORNFLAKES.... Phillips 2 No. 2 Can- Cam 15- bell-.s Pkg;;. 25c 20c STOY SOY FLOUR. Mb. pkji. lOc 3-Lb. Pkg. FLAKE HOMINY. 12-oz. 10c DRIED CORN, 12-oz 15c TOMATO COCKTAIL, Gerher's, 2 bottles _ 15c SPARK o' LIFE... Lb. Jar 34C KRAUT, 4 lbs. 25c TOOTSIE VM, lb. jar 1.5c CHEDDAR CHEESE, Nippy, lb. .SSc PORK SAUSAGE.. Lb. 25c FRYER BROS. GROCERY & MARKET Phone 401 , We Deliver Thone 401 WASNt I THE SILLY, THOU&H,MISSING- THE REAL COmi FLAVOR SO MANX VEARS ? NOW 1 Buy KRONER'S SPOTLIGHT IN THE 3BAN! I SEE IT &KOUND BEFORE AAV EyeS...ANO KNOW Its GmOeHrft^ESH.TfKSTeS so MUCH SETTIER ^01 SAVE A^^^Ul" A t>IIV\£ A VOUNVl I HOT ) ^ •mi: BUY NOW! U. S. No. 1 Maine POTATOES 50 b'^. $2.19 Oranges•••• Grapefruit • • Carrots Celery Florida Juicp 8-Lb. B,i; Marsh Seedless Callforma Tender, Cri.sij Califonii:i Pa.scal 66c Lb 6c Bncli. SC L. 15c Broccoli, Cauliflower, Onions, Radishes, Cucumbers, Man- gfoes, Beets, Turnips, Cabbage and Rhubarb ICEBERG HEAD LETTUCE lb. lOe RIPE SLICING TOMATOES lb. 19c NEW POTATOES r)lb.s.44c Point Free Bread Spreads Embassy Fresh Ground Peanut BUTTER _.2-lb. jar 43c Country Club Apple BUTTER _38-oz. jar 26c 2 -Lb. Jar CaUfomia Prize Plum PRESERVES .39c Welch's GRAPELADElb. jar 22c victory Pure HONEY Mb. jar 19c J-Lb. Jar Peach PRESERVES 42c KARO 8TRUP BLUE LABEL 10 ?an62€ Pallas Apple BUTTER _29-oz. jar 19c l-Lb. Jar Welch's Orange MARMALADE 20c Country Club BUTTER — 1-lb. roll 45c 'White Karo SYRUP -I'/z-lb. btl. 15c Dark Karo SYRUP —I'/j-lb. can 13c MVSSELSIAN'S A|)ple^Saoce Can 14 |C Stokely's Blended Citms JUICE ___46-oz. can 45c Country Cbib Grapefmit JUICE 46-oz. can 33c jSnn Filled Orange JUICE __.46 -OZ. can 47c FISH ARE POINT FREE SERVE FISH OFTEN OURS ARE SHIPPED FRESH THREE TIMES WEEKLY Beef Roasts • • Pork Roasts • Bulk KRAUT lb. 8c Back BONES lb. 7c Kosher Dill PICKLES ea. 4c ' Bulk MINCEMEAT -__lb. 22c Corn Meal •«• Bisquick . • • • Waffle Mix.. Bread • • • stokely's Tomato JUICE —No. 2 can 11c Del Monte PRUNES -2 '/2 glass 30c Country Club Royal Ann CHERRIES -2'/z can 40c Yellow Cline PEACHES —No. 10 77c 3 Points Lb. 1 Puiiit.s Lb. 25c 29c FKK.Sir GROUHO BEEF 4 Poinl.s «55^ Per Lb. A^C Mothc-r'.s White Lb.^. Duff'.s 25c Bi 33c Pk:5^' 22c Kroger's Clock 20-Ounce "a**White or Wheat i; Loav.-.s 1/W Stokely's Sugar PEAS No. 2 can 16c Avondale Cream Style CORN No. 2 can 12c Scott County BEETS ___No. 2 can 10c Turnip No Points GREENS No. 2!2 can 12c KROGER [GUARANTEED

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