The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 25, 1945 · Page 4
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Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 25, 1945
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PAGE FOtm THEIOLA REGISTER, THURSDAY EVElJING, JANUARY 25, 19.45. lOLA. KANSAS This and That In Kansas BY JOE DE GEORGE Emporia, Kan. (AP)—Friends of an Steporla woman are getting a chuckle—at her expense—out of a recent eold weather incident. A nidnljer of the family, the Ga- ,,zette reports, announced that thero wasn't enough anti-freeze In the car SP.. radlatbr and the helpful wife offered (0 co^*3 ;L up the coupe. " . Cau^Uie dawn and the family „ found a heavy blanket wrapped j,:-; snugly over the entire top of the • ; • car and windshield. Sticking out in . the coW were the hood and radia- l>tor. Mrs. Inez Ochel had just concluded her talk at a meeting of the I. Q. Study club at the home of Mrs. S. W. Carpenter in Hudson when one of the members asked, "Why all the smoke?" The women rushed to a window ' • '..o soe fire, apparently started from -' a trash barrel in the alley, sweeping • across'the gra |Ss. A group of men answered the call for help and beat out the-flames. »j Th^wbmen returned to their meeting, resuming discussion of the subject they had chosen for the day, "Safety." One of Mrs. Ochel's topics had concerned the danger of life and property from runaway trash fires. ^ GenJ Gedrge A. Custer, early-day commander of old Pt. Hays, has been honored in Kansas after 70 years. Although towns and coimties have long jlnce been named for other Civil War veterans, no place bore the name of the general until the organization, of Custerville Civic Center, a federal housing authority project populated by workers of the Walfcw Army Air Field west of Russell. It took quite a bit of searchinj but Mrs. Paul Points, Rt. 2, Arkansas City, has recovered the set she lost from her diamond ring. The ^ne turned up missing while she was doing some washing. Her nine-year-old son. Wayne, found it —only to lose it again before giving it to his mother. The hunt began all over again Then, as a last resort, Mrs. Points sifted through the contents of the furnace. There was the stone. A Wichita man walked into drug store, asked for a pack of cigarettes. Told the store had none, he tiUTied to a group of men and womer. sitting in a booth and inquired i rny of them knew where he coulc' V'l-'ji, i'. i'iV' .' !'.•. r-'^ply, th T'.cn. •.vould any of you sel • jiisi one cigarette?" One of the women reached into her purse, extracted a package and gave the stranger a cigarette. Tossing a quarter on the table, the man commented, "Maybe you car find where to buy another pack WISE Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dunlap of lol:. Kas, and Miss Maude Francis of Colony, Kas., were Sunday guests of Mr. ahd Mrs. Forrest Runer and family. Mary Elizabeth Ulrich visited at the home of Linda Henegar Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Loyd Weatherman is busy taking the five-year census report ir. Anderson county. Mr. nr.'i Mrs. Charles Wells and What To See In Kansas City Top-flight band for supper dancing; Penguin Room, Jack Rodman and crew straight from deep South; Skeets Light still entertainlnf crowds *ith piano, Omar Room; Dec Cou'-tr.ey and orchestra, Saturday ••.-ihi fihiicins, Sky-Hy Roof, all at Hotel Continental . . . Sunday afternoon, January 28, Philharmonic Pop concert, Music Hall . .. Tuesday night, January 30, Vaughn Monroe dance, .Municipal Auditorium . Alfred Noyes, . celebrated English poet, lectures, "Literature and Life," Monday evening, January 29, Music Hall . . . Dorothy Thompson speaks on *'These Crucial Days," Wednesday night, February 7, Municipal Auditorium . . . Gilbert and Sullivan dperas, Thursday. Friday, Saturday, February 8, 9, 10, Music Hall . .. Watch for Police Circus . . . and don't forget March of Dimes, benefit stage show, Wednesday night, Mimiclpal Auditorium arena.—Betty B.. Rock of Ages BeMt7 NOW and FOBEVEB WILUAMS MONUMENT WORKS —Aothoriied Dealer— ' 35 Tean in lofik 1^. Wayne E. Frants OPTOMETOIST l^nneth Abell, OptlelsB 1M«. BladiMin . lok. Phone US V.J.EVANS TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE TTPEWRITERS TO RENT Kn Makee of Typewrtten R «paIrM vnnrvn MACHTVFH ?\8n REOISTERH SCALEB Ail Work Ooaranteed CaD for nee Erttanate m E. JTaekaen Fbone 1398 Uncle Sam's 1945 Goals for Nation's Fitmiehr SOUTJI LONE ELM \sj^i'.fSf. and Carl Ellington and i|jm8 ;hter Mrs. GUbert Booth spent ^ i ^ay in-Gai^iett with Mr. and Ifrs, Prank Shinkle. Mrs. Ruth Glasgo and son Richard Alleh and Mr. and Mrs. Lane Glasgo iind |Eon of Lawrence left Thiu^day for Florida where Ruth exjjects to itay-- with her husband who is stationed there. She bought a car and Vrai'er hovqc to go in and will live In the trailer house when she gets therfe. MK and Mrs. T. E. Anderson spent Sunday afternoon in Colony with Mr. ..and Mrs. Marion Spangler and dauehters. MK and Mrs. Nelson Carrier .spent Sunday afternoon at Kenneth Fecry's. also called on Mrs. Emma '% Btont, Mr.s. Raloh Stout and son. ^ Mrs. J. Q, Roberts came from the iiome of her daughter Mary in St. Joe to attend the funeral of her brother-in-law Mr. Tom Roberts of Elsmore. She is now visiting her duughter Mrs. Arthur Sprague and famjiy. Mr. Wayhan went to Kansas City Monday to enter a hospital. Mfs.. FulPtn Stout .spent the week- id i at her home. She returned to iora Moridav ijvenine. Mf. and Mrs. A. W. Stout and Bertha Pouter were shopping Garnett Saturday. i*VCPl- Ralph Sfout arrived home "3friday for a 24-hour stay from Lin- ieolD, Neb. 1944 1945 1944 1945 1944 1945 %4*^'°' 26.112.000 head 26,363.000 head 20.356.000 acres 20,507,000 acres 2,051,000 acres 2.155,000 acres ^|^|;f ™^'-^^^re KeUm Picto-chart above shows some of the agricultural production goals Food Acjministrator Marvin Jones has asked American farmers to meet in 1945. With this year's figures «re contrasted last year's production totals. All told, his appeal called for the seeding of 363.635.9530 acres during 1945, a 3 per cent increase over last year One of the few 1945 estimates lower than '1944 production is in eggs- Merle of Colony. Kas., were Sunday ing two weeks with her grandpar- Wedn^ay evening, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delp. | Mrs.:Ida Howard attended a pai-ty ward Wilmoth and Norma Jean. i The H. O. A. club meets at vhe in lol^ Wednesday night given by Mrs. Charles Mnrtiii has been in home of Sylvia Heinrich February 6 her daughter-in-law Mrs. Dwight Kansas City heipin? care for licr fo'' an all day meeting. | Howard. brother Mr. Samples who has been; Eylcr brothers shipped six tinick \ ' ill of pneumonia. ' loads of fat cattle lo Kansas City Pour or five .species of • apiiids Miss Alice Shockcy returned to last Monday. Paul Eyler .went up' comiribnly attack fruits and foliase her home near Colony after spend-. v/ith ihem and came home by bus of the",apple tree. KROGER'S COUNTRY CLUB QUALITY ' 2SLb $1.05 10 Bag 47C Rolled Oats Country Club Quick or Reg 48-02. Pkg. 24c Rolled Oats 24c Mather's Oats '^d'^sarer « Lb. 3 Box 33c Bread • « • Kroger Clock A White, Wheal A • 20-Oouncc Loaves 17c CoSfee . . . Spotlight Hot Dated A Bags 41c Coffee • • • Coimtry Club Vacuum Packed . 1 Jar 30c Coffee . • • Folger's Drip or Reg. « Lb. & Jar 33c FRESH, CRISP, IDEAL FOR Hi-Mo Crackers SNACKS « LI). * Pkg. 23c GOLD MEDAL • KITCHEN TESTED FLOUR 10 Lbs. 25-lb. bag 52c $1.11 riLLSBURY 'S BEST FLOUR 10 J^bs. 2.'>-lb. bae 52c $1.11 SUNGOLD ALL PURPOSE FLOUR 10 Lbs. Z5-lb. baR 41c 85c POINT FREE Del Monte BEETS lb. jar i:5c Del Monle CARROTS -Jb. jar 13c Pine Grove Cut OKRA -__No. 2 can l.k Delta Club Lima ' BEANS --No. 2 can 15c Country Club PUMPKIN -2Vi can loc Campbell's Tomato ' SOUP ^ 10-oz. can 9c Fresh Turnip GREENS _No. 2 can 11c Watermaid Fancy RICE - 2 lbs. 2()c Country Club MACARONI 1I>. cello lie Hy-Powcr CHILLI ___No. 2 can 18c Chuek Roast Pork Roast . Werners • • . Lonjthom CHEESE lb. 33c Back BONES _ .- lb. 7c KRAUT lb. 8c Dill PICKLES ---ea. Ic LARD !b. 17c star Lunch HAM .--lb. 2;»c CHICKENS .i^-lb. 49c Gracie A 3 Points •1 Pb^nt.s Skinicss 2 Points . Lb 25c Lb 30c Lb. 33c ICEBERG HEAD Lettuce Lb lOc CALIFORNIA PASCAL Cilery Lb .-15c Onions • • . Cabbage « • Tomatoes • Apples . • . Sweet Yellow New Green Fancv Slicers Jonathan Delicious New « Texas I Lbs lOC Lb .6c Lb 15c Lb 12c i -Lb. lOc Grapefruit • PILLSBrRY'S GOLDEN 10-Pound , Mesh Bags-S5' ^ZC Gro&nd BEEF. 1 pts. lb. ib ^V Bulk MINCEMEAT lb. FRESH FISH and OYSTERS Pine Grove Sweet POTATOES 2V2 can 2()c Stokelv's Yellow Whole Gr. CORN No. 2 can 15c IVIidstatc Cream Style CORN No. 2 can Uc Avalon Granulated SOAP -„-24.oz. pkg. 19c STEgL WOOL -.pkg. .'ic Sal SODA 2, 2 '2 -Ib. pkg. ir,c OXYUOL -_lge. size 23c Camay SOAP 3 bars 20c Rcnntit »R\1 CLEANER gal. G9c Soy Mix 2 PS: 15C h&tilpd in ^ -Were .sorrv to hear of the death Tif Mrs. Mnvy Lewis in -CaHfomia. Funeral arianeements not known here- but burial at Lone Elm. Mr. _ and Mrs. Floyd Payne arrived Fri- "1 day evening from Iowa to be here for her inother's funeral. A mistake ..was in my items last week: Tdmmy Hemyk did not go to Leavenwtjrth and doesnt know when he will have to go. I don't know how such things get started. Mrs. Nellie Klaoz went to Pall River Saturday to visit her parents. Sh(? returned home Smiday. Mrs. Irene Peery, Mrs. Wanda Latimer, Mrs. LoeBa Depoe spent Monday ;at Mrs. Sam Gerdson's on the Farm Bureau .special meeting. PAPER DOLLIES Chicago, Jan. 24. (AP)—Jo .seph Baskeline, 53, a puppet show owner, told Superior Judge Joseph Sabath •his wife Millie. 44, claimed his 15 ' marionettes had stolen his affections. She objected, he said, to his traveling with the show and to his young woman assistant. "How about a reconciliation?" Judge Sabath asked Baskeline. "I ^Dnt i puppet shows usually end that way?" "Not this one, Judge," Baskelino .said. He won a divorce on a charge of desertion. CUT TOY PRICES Washington, Jan. 24. (AP)—The OPA said today that toy prices have been cut an average of 20 per cent •where manufacturers and dealers^ have been found exceeding (^il^g^ prices. To the Hindu, the bitterest possible curse Is the expressed hojje that he may someday eat beef. The first aerial policewoman was appointed in Seattle, Wash., on July 13. 1934. Green Spray Fruit & Vegetable Market lOT EAST ST. 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Can 37c Dinner • • Kraft- 2 For 19c Beans • • • Large ^ l^imas _ Af Lb.s. 32c Sardines In Oil Jt For 15c y-8 Juiee • 46 -02. 35c Egg Noodles « mc; ^_ /2 Lb. 12c Syrup • • • i:. Gallon Gold Dollar, Dark 44c Oxydol • • Large 24c Soap • . • • Ivory Large liar 10c SAVE 25c On the Purchase of a 50-Lb. Sack of Gold Medal Flour—Ask for Coupon Worth 25c tModel ola Cut-Rate

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