The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 25, 1945 · Page 5
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, January 25, 1945
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TOLA, KANSAS THE lOLA REGISTER. THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25, 1945 Elsmore Happenings Will Watson recently purchased from C. G. Krokstrom the building in which his meat market is located. The bulldinff which is occupied by the Cozjt cafe and operated by Mrs. Dora Beaman was recentlv purchased from the Bowman estate by Henry. Miner. Both places of business Will continue to openttc as before. Mrs. Ted Swanson ha.s returned from a several daya' visit in Kansas City with her daughter. Mrs. Nelson Vandeventer. Mr. Vandeventer and her grandson. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cunningham Jr.. were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnson, Erie. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Swanson and Bonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cunningham and Robert. Mrs. Everett Wrestler Jr., Miss Tillie Cunningham, Humboldt. Mr. Abe Olson, Eleanor Butts, Letha Pae McAlister, J. Edward and Deane Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Carlson. LaVonne, La Vance and Leonard Carlson. ' Mrs. Amanda Ericson was taken to the Burke street hospital. Fort Scott. Saturday morning, for observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Wiibert Settcrstroni have purchased the Danjelson home east of the city hall and ejcpcct to move there soon. Mrs. Vern Holman who has been visiting at the home of her parents. Mr.' and Mrs. L. D. Barnett. returned to Oakland, Calif. Mrs. Roy Evans. Kansas City, came Friday evening to be with her mother. Mrs. Amanda Ericson. Mrs. Fred Krokstrom. Donald. Do- Wayne. Edgar Starliper and Phyllis were Simday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Krokstrom. Mrs. Ted Swanson Jr.. and .son Gaylofd of Wichita spent the weekend here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ted Swanson Sr. Lt. Roderick Holmes and wife of Jacksonville, Pla.. arc visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Holmes and other relatives. Margar5t Baker, wljo is employed at the Parsons Or«lniincr Plant, liad the misfortune of gettihg her hand caught in the clothes wringer at home, dislocating her little finger. She is spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Duke Meyers, Colletta and Roy Dean visited with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morrison at Moran Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. p. Barnett and Joan were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. CJiarles Jones. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Krokstrom attended a community meeting Friday evening at South Pairview school. Mrs. Krokstrom appeared on the program. Neighbor.s and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cunningham Jr., spent a social evening at their home Saturday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Olson. Bobby and Duane. Mr, and Mrs. Earl Ericson. Dorothy and Ravmond, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Swan.son and Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Bland, Mr and Mrs. Harold Swanson. J. Edward. Efeane and Mary Lou Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Carlson, LaVonne. LaVance and Leonard. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Jackson, Mr. Abe Olson, Mr. A. D. Campbell, Eleanor Butts, Letha Fay McCalistcr. Pastor and Mrs. Emerson Ureling. The evening was ^)ent in nlaying games and vLsiting after which refreshments of .sandwiches, cookies and coffee were .'crved. Mrs. Edgar Starliper and daughter Charlene who are employed at the Sunflower Ordnance Plant have been spending a few days with Mr. Starliper and Phyllis. They returned last week. PLEASANT VALLEY We .suppose before this gets into print it will freeze up as hard as the hubs of Hades. But the past week or ten days has produced one of the swellest January thaws we ever .saw. Tlie freeze made the ground .so nice and mellow: then this thaw-out: and these .sliowers have made everything so nice, muddy and sticky. Fred Foster. Carlylo. and his daughter Mr.s. Harold White visited Tuesday with their .'•on and brother Mr. rnd Mrs. Will Poster. Mr. and Mns. Gates of Fort Scolt Pais at First^Sight JS. woU hubt is planned for Sunda^ afternoon Jariuary 28. Meet at O^nse scboolfaouse at 1 p. m. Chief Petty OfBcer and Mrs. Harvey Becker and son Rodney came M^day evening to spend the re- DuOnder of his furlough here with m parents, Mr. and Mrs. WiU Becker. Miss Virginia Plckarts stayed last wtat at the Fred Pu#h home. ^rlene DeMerltt drove Wednesday and Mrs. Fred Pugh drove her car Thursday to take Humboldt bl^ school pupils to town. The baics are not running yet. Several from otir <ti8trict attehd- ed^tbe basketball games at Savonburg Tuesday evening between La- Hafpe and Savonburg, and Thursday evening, Stark and Savonburg. Hr. and M ]!8. Buddy Butts attended the baskt^tball game at Hepler TiKsday evening. Miss Gladys Nelson, Carl, John ana Verie were guests at the WiU Becker home Wednesday evening. Leonard. Wood stayed in Humboldt to attend high school last week. kelson brothers have purdhased a new McComUck-Deering pick-up hay baler.; Verne Cuppet, Bobby Becker, Mr. PAGE FIVE The Kill A baiooka -toting doughboy dashes past a burning German tank destroyer which he has just knocked out ;_ne»r| Aldenhovfeh. Germany, along the U. S. 9th Army's front Unes. The squat Nazi vtzi ma^ ; chine usually carries a 75 -mm. cannon and machine guns. « and C. Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy ^iiutts; Mr. and Mrs. A. B. DeMerltt and Darlene, played darts at Savo&burg Wednesday evening. SAVED HIS LIFE Not until 1922 did a parachute actually save the life of an airplane pilot. At that time, Lieut. Harold Harris jumped from a disabled plane near Dayton. O.,. and made newspaper headlines over the •V9T' world. 1 he' fearsome face of "Mr. Propwash," English buIU<^, ^aay^ fcaze 3-year-oId John (Pepper) Fusselman,-who Immediatedy W- palsy-walsy with the dog when ii landed at Hamiltbn FielcL Calif., with a bomber crew Pepper is son of S/Sgt. Harry G. Fus- Army photographer. visited the past week with their daughter. Mrs. Fred Tackett, Mr. Tackett and the boys. Mr. and Mrs. Alien Heinrich and children visited Saturday with relatives and friends in lola. Chief and Mrs. Trujlllo were business visitors in lola Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tacke^t had as week-end guests tlieir daughter Miss Virginia Tackett and Mrs. Tacketfs sister. Miss Gates, both of Parsons where they have employment in the Kansas Ordnance Plant. Mr; and Mrs. Harry-Yoho were shopping and visiting relatives and friends in Tola Satiutlay. Alice Duer MiUer wrote "The White Cliffs of Dover'Mn her New York :apartment which overlooks the East River. CC/IIPAP.E THESE LOW PRICES The items listed belov/ are just a few examples of Safewoy's low pricss. Note ihe saving you can make by shopping at - Safeway. , BUY .WAR BONDS Invest your tavingi In ' war bonds and stompi and you ossuri your fu- tur« hopplenss. Bursting with healthful juice Rich Source of Vitamin C 4 lbs. 25c Ssrve Ihem Creemed Lb. AVV New Po!a!oes ^'r"". 2 Lb. 15c Head Lettuce ;r ,orTa,od Lb 10c I ASMAMM Californio Thin-Skin 4 <SM Leniens FUH O? W Lb. i*v )6 Seedless ... Lb. Idaho Russols 10 Lbs. ^^C Yellow Onions Flavor 3 lie CrapefruH r:;, w,... 4 ^bs 25c Apples Winesap Rosy, crisp, juicy For eating and cooking LB. He Peanut Butter REAl ROAST Fresh-Roasted Flavor 2 Lb Jar 37« MINCEMEAT Table Queen or Lady Betty 20 -02. Jar2S^ FLOUR Kitchen Cr?ift All Purpose $100 25-Lb. Bag I SUGAR. Pure Granulated 10-Lb. Bag65' BREAD Julia Lee Wright's Enriched While or Wheat 2 20-oz. "I ft Loaves I f Pure Honey * i»22« Corn Syrup 'tv29* Navy Beans i .^19' Sweet Milk SetLd Qt 12c Eggs . Country WJiUp and Maple. Rich Flavor Bot. fcIC Pancake Flour E^y":"";":::" P,. Bisquick , Bi .s(|Uick Sunnybanlt Nutritious. 2 Pis. Per lb. Dried Peaches' ' Serve them for variety. 18c "?33c 17c Lb 48c Dried Prunes TarirtnJer \:„': 30c SN04¥lfITE SALT Plain or Iodized 26 -oz. Pkg. 7c RATIONING Red Stamps-5Q through 5X now good for 10 points indefinitely. Blue Sfamps-5X, 5Y, 51 and 2A through 2G now good for 10 points indefinitely. Sugar Stamps-j-No. 34 now good for 5 lbs. sugar indefinitely. Doz. RIB, GRADE A 36c Beef Steak Lb 30c SKINLESS WEINERS._.- Ib.30c SAUER KRAUT 2 lbs. 15c CHIU BRICK, Swift's - J — .- lb. 34c BROOKnELD SAUSAGBi. lb. 35c BONELESS PERCH -— lb. 40c STORE HOURS: 8 a. m. to 5:30 p. ni.; Saturdays 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. PRICES EFFECTIVE January 26 and 27. EWAY COSTS SO LITTLE CHECK THESE FOB QUALITY AND PRICM SSS BLEND BULK COFFEE I Lbs 65c MORTON'S SMOKE SALT Lbs 79c . MAJOR B VPMINS 100 Tablets 89c '29c SIZE FREE EGG SIZE McCLURE POTATOES Bag $2.95 PRINCE ALBERT TOBACCO : r^^„69c CORN MEAL 5 Lbs 23c 10 Lbs 45c DAINTY SODA CRACKERS 2 29c SEARCHLIGHT MATCHES Carton 29c ROME BEAUTY APPLES Basket $3.50 'T "^tEXAS GRIPEFRUIT 6 For 29c Mix . . . • Gingerbread _ Pkg. 23c 19c Mince Meat . 9-oz. Pkg. Golden Apple Butter . ^It" Qt 25c j Peanut Butter 2 1'; 43c Chili . . • Brick style % Can 29c Split Peas ... 1 Lb 15c Beans . . Navy 3 Lbs. 27c Mf% . • Green Beans M A OmatOeS • • And com. cans A^Q Cauliflower, Brussels, Sprouts, Celery, Leaf Lettuce, Carrots, Turnips, Parsnips, Grapes, Green Cabbage, Head Lettuce, Green Peas, New Potatoes. Better FOR BETTER HEALTH V SWIFT'S Leg Lb. 41c MaaMkU • PREMIUM chops Lb. 47c FRESH Sausage pSre Lb.-30C Oysters Chops . Chickens End Cuts, lb. 33c PORK Center Cuts, lb. 38c FOR BAKING FULLY DRESSED FLOUR Pillsbury 50 Lbs. Expansion 50 Lbs. __ $2.19 $2.19 SELF-SERVICE ERY 5TDRE5 ' r fVERyBOD y 5 A Vf S '

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