The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on December 30, 1944 · Page 5
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lOtA, KANSAS THE lOLA RteSTER,SATURDAYEVENIN|G, DECEMBER 30, lUi. PAGE FIVE Classified Ads ANNOUNCEMENTS Cominer Sales Date* TUESDAY, JAN. 9—MiUhoiland and •Wolfbrd tsale, 5 miles southeast Humboldt; at 11 a. m. See large in.; Register December 27, Jan- X'ft^d 5. - QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds 3—strayed, Lost. Found LOST: — Two-tone brown sweater near home Thursday evening. Blanche Vogel, 210 North Chestnut. ' AUTOMOTIVE 5—AvtomobUes For Sale .COMPLETE 'STOCK Ot Genuine Ford and Ford Tractor Parts. Pord Batteries, Ford Antl -freeze. Authorized Ford Repair Service. ELLIOTT MOTOR CO. Phone 898 205 S. Jefferson 1924 DODQE PICKUP, lair rubber, niotoj- good. 523 South Washington. WE HAVE MJSCHANICS AVAILABLE, IN OUR IMPLEMENT DEFT .to, work on your tractora and farm machinery. BUD \i'HirE IMPLEMENT DEPT. Salesfe—John Deere—-Service Mto Accessories, Tirta^, Futa - -— Antl-Preeze, Sl.OO Gallon. WILSONSEBVICE Soi North Washington GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAOT 817 South St.—Phone »« BUSINESS SERVICE b«— services Offered SEAL YOXm RADIATORS and l.^crac^ed blocks for 25 cents. Plenty of good Sinclair alcohol. Service pi station £^nd grocery for sale. Ed Hess 823 South Washington. • PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING Passenger Tire Recapping. TRACTOR Tire Service Complete. Dunlop Tire Store Floyd "Chig" Mann 105 East St. Phone 156 HAULING — Local and long dis- ce; also hauling stock to Kan- City. Earnest Tipple. Phone 200. ; MASSEY-HARRIS ; MACHINERY Parts and Service HISER IMPLEMENT CO. 224: N. Jefferson Phone 63 EMM.OYMENT r 13—Help Wanted—Female WOMAN I for general housework. Good wages. Phone 1184W. WO.MAN to do general housework, either part tlnie or all time. Phone 802." . FINANCIAL IS—rMoaej to Loan—Insnranee mSURAliCE, Surety Bonda, Real Estilte, Farm Loans, Notary Ttib- 11c. The R. L. Thompson Agency. INSURANCE, Real Estate. BMids. ?arpi and City Loans. Charles M. Punk. ' , LIVESTOCK Zl-rHorses, CatUe. MiacellaneoBa BRED GILTS for sale, 'double Immune, ft. w. Clark, 6 north on west of lola. MOUTH HORSE, and Rule for sale cheap. % south of Lone Elm. A. J. Rogers. USE REGISTER WANT-ADS i THET PAT! DAILT RATES (Minimum 15 Words) ONE DAY: , Per word 2c THREE DAYS: Per word per day IHo SIX DAYS: Per word per day Ic DISPLAY RATES (Minimum One Inch) ONE. DAY: ' Per inch REE DAYS: Per Inch ...-.50o 45c CONTRACT BATES (Minimum 3 Lines) 26 DAYS: Per line per day 4c (9 lines to the inch) CLOSING TIME Want, Ads will be Acc^ted until 1 p. m. for tiiat day^ inser- Uon except Saturday wben they jnust be received by W a. m. PHONE 18 News COLONY, Dec.^28.—Mr. and M^s. Joe Lombardo and Miss Frances Martin of KansJts City, and Miss Marie Martin of lola, spent the holidays at the Chsrles Martin hoine. S. 2-c Jack Harj-is and S. 2-c Gale Harris of Normaif; Okla., spent SiUi- day here with {;heir parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Harris and Barbara. Mr. and Mis., A. C. Wink and Ruth of Chanute; and Mr. and ISH. Frank Moore an^ Mrs. Elliott were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. WiU Threldkeld.;' Funeral services were held today at eleven o'clock; for the Mexican Their Goal: Homes in U. S. A. "What ^nakes that Coo Coo clock we tjot with a Register Want Ad- whistle?" • • . .LIVESTOCK 22—^Ponltry and Supplies MERCHANDISE 32—Wanted—To Buy LICE-COLDS—Use Goodseli's Roost LATE MODEL Chevrolet or Ford. Paint to rid your chickens of lice. ] Must be in good condition and Use Kre-O-Kol for colds. See Goodsell Hatchery, Gas City. Kas. NEW SHIPMENT of Macomb brooder stoves; gas. electric, and oil. Buy early. Limited supply ol each. Taylor Hatcheries. MERCHANDISE 34—Articles For Sale good tires. C. E. Belknap. Phone 1085 or 739. WHEAT DRILL with fertilizer ut- tachment, in good condition: also manure spreader. Howard Moni- .soh. Route 1, Moran. Real Estate for Sale who was killed Christmas day by the train, just a short distance south ot the underpass. -He is survived by his mother and three children 'Vho reside in Old M^-xico. Lloyd Yoho w^is'Called to Tola Wednesday evening due to the Silliness of his mother, Mrs. Yoho, 's^ho had suffered a ligfit stroke. Mrs. Lioyd Yoho went to lolo Thursday to jielp care lor her. I Mrs. Ted Penliind v.-ent to Ran! .sa.s City the first of the week for } X-Ray.s. Rev, and Mr.s. M. M. Camffiack and Linda have' rciurned to their home in Topeka after a visit atthe parental Penlan.d home. LOCAL pBODUCfc Graded Eggs: ' No 1 .37c No. 2 : 32c Checks "..30c Ungraded , .,3bc No. 1 Butterfat . _47c No. 2 Butterfat .i -44c Sweet Cream ^_60o Hens. 4-5 lbs. J;- wMc No. 1 Light Hena, under 4 lbB __18c Heavy bred sprliSgs, 2 lbs. up —J4c Ught springs, 2 }l» and up _J ™23c All cocks and stags, lb. J -i4c All classes No. 2. Poultry, 3c lb. leS» Green Hides . -_10c 40—Farms and Land For Sale GOOD OAS RANGE: also modern table top kerosene oil range. Ben Turner, Country Club. GOOD USED CLOTHES of all kinds. Suits, coats, dresses, formals, shoes, etc. 702 North Walnut. WINCHESTER repeating rifleT^ cal.; also 6 months old goat. SIS North'First street, city. 27—Feed, Fuel, Fertilizen COAL FOR SALE—Charley Horde. Phone 154. 1 164 ACRES, extra good, level, productive land: all but 2 acres can be farmed with tractor; school house, -.'i mile east of Leanna Is on north line of farm. This faiin has always been paying good rate of Interest rented. Price S5500.00. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington, lola. One of the most unu.sual poftwar air service plansj is that of rushing fi-e.shly squeezed' citrys juice from the South and West to northerif and eastern cities, where it could bf: delivered on doorsteps with'the iiiorn- ing- milk. ^ - . ROOMS FOR RENT 34—Apartments and Flats 40—Farm-s and Land For Sate ,80 ACRES—Well .mproved. to settle estate; 5'j miles southwest of lola; rock road, electricity. ga.s, Georgia Bryant, 309 South Elm. APARTMENTS %nd sleeping rooms, private entrance, utilities paid, phone and bnilt -ins. 305 South Chestnut. 18% IMCO Economy lay mash, $3.00 cwt. lola Milling Co. 28—Henseliold Goods WE BUY, TRADE, sell, household goods .and other articles. Hen- nlnger's, West Madison. WE BUY, SELL and exchange furniture,- stoves, sewing machines. CJUrtls Furniture. 32— Wanted- To Buy PURS AND HIDES will be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. FURNISHED downstairs. 4 rooms, clo.sed in back'ixirch. modern. 305 South State, ghone 1234. OIL BROODERS BUY NOW. AVOID DISAPPOINTMEI^T LATER SHANNON & SHANNON HARDWARE lOLA, KA& PHONE 29 FOB 48TH TEAS Death Calls the Tune in Polish Horror Gamp Organized horror at the Nazi camp near Zolochev. in the Lvov area of Poland, where, Russians report, some 70|O,OOO men and women were torture-murdered, is illustrated by the German photos above. In top picture, the;prifioners' band plays the "Tango of Death," during shooting of Russians in camp; Later the entire orchestra was killed. Han in white jacket at lower right is identified as Hauptsturmfi^ehrer Warzoti, Na4 5 camp coinmandant. Stiambles seen in lower photo is a pile of hundreds of bodies of murdered men ancT womi^ en x)i many nationalities, including American and British. Photos were found in 2toloc&ev Gestapo fflss, radioed from Moscow. Here ;irc ;i few jol. the 1200 Australian Vives and children of Amenciin lighting men who hopefully awaii the day when they can come to .America. Jamming Australia's port cities in hopes of obtaining early p;issagc, mnny of the wives will have to wait a , year before they will be :ib!e to see their future homes in U. S. A. YEAR-END FINANCE Spokane, Wash., Bee. 30. (AP)— Club operator E. J. firown presented an argument which helped convince county commissionors that they should perBnIt dancing- until 2 a. m. New Year's day. ^ "I figured New. Year's eve busi-. ness in my estimated income tax." Brown said, "and if !;hat night is cut out I'll have to'-revLse my estimate." • More than one-half "of all human diseases also are diseases of animals. The United States produces approximately 3,500,000 pounds of artificial silk annually. G^;City GAS CITY, Dec 29—Christmas dinner Bu^ts of Mr. an^ Mrs. Oral Giffin .:4nd daughter Vilrpinla were Mr. arid ^ti"s. Dan Van Fleet and son Cl8i«nce of El Dorado, Mr. and Mrs. Cliester Johnson arid daughter Sandra. Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Wallact! Adams and children and Mrs. Barair Barnes, all of Wichita; Bryce Finkenbinder of- Gamett, and Mr. and Mrs. Ciarejite Johnson of Gas. Afternoon caHfirs were Mr. ana Mrs. Frank Trcxel and daughter Leola from ei^t pf LaHarpe. and Mr. and Mrs. EdwarC Wilmoth and daughter Nonna Jeaaof Colony. • Rev. anc^ Mrs. Archie Woodwaid and cMldren, Margie, Joyce untl Lany, SJirt Mrs. Wllbut Earl and son Donald, all of lola, were Thursday evening supper guests of Mrs. A. F. Holten and Violet. Christmas guests at the Dell Adams home were Mr. and Mrs. ] Herbert Summers an.d children cf i Independence, Kas., Mr. and Mrs. ! Delmont Adams and daughter Ann ' of Yakima. Wash., and Mrs. Connor jtrom Oklahcma. 1 .Ml. and Mi-s. WiUium Gumfory i and children. Nancy Ann and Billy, Douglas and Lawrence Wcast. and Mrs. Sid Gumfory took Christmas ' dinner at the K .'-nest Auplinc; home in lola. Mrs. Sid Gumforv and Nancy At:n siayed :'.:id vi-^ited other relatives for a rouple of day.s. They returned liome Wr-rint-'^a.n. • Miss Virc'nia GifHn. ler!c!-er at Wise district, cniled at the hoine.s all her pupils Tuesd.iy afternoon. Mi.ss Giffin's .«ciiaol clo.sed la .st Friday. Decenibnr 22. for the holidays jiind will open again Tui:;(1.-!>'. Ja .Tu- Jary 2. Her Christ ma.-. pro;nam wa.s ifiivcn Prid.iy eveniniJ. FREE -OF- De^d Hones •^CattS ®-13 <Dgs HELF SALVAGE WASTE FATS FOR Telephone 638 lola lOLA RENDEBDie WORKS WASH TUl^BS Morale Bui|der BY LESLIE TURN EH BlB, WHAT CHANCE WOULD 1 HAVE FLYIMd A P-47 TO THE HEART O'JAPAN, TAKINS PH<JraS AFTER A B -Z9 RAiO, 6SP TIN6 BAC !<r WITHi'EM? WAll SOUNDS LIKE A NICE TRlP, EAiSV:..rr<S A \\EASLy 50O MILES TO THE JAP COAST.., ANOrTHAMKS TO SAPAft, WD HAVE PLENiry OF CflMPAWy FROM THERE ON... ...aF COURSE, THEy 'D $HOC-TAT 1 y^u FROM TIME TO TIME, BUT COULD JUST I6N0RE THAT.. WUy 400 MILES OF THIS AMP ySU 'R? REAPy TO TAKE yO'J>i. Sf>lAf*5H0TS... MAySEMAPAM KJTTSRFLV WOULD P05E„By TMER-VOU'RE OUTA <5 A 5, SO— BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Take Your P&k BY EDGAR MARTIN .VOV\0 \5 \-\ ...... RED RYDER HERE5 60VERh)OR \ ( RED TELL5 .^^E .40LLET , . ALL Jf YOU WANT TO V TOSSED OUT/ ^ UE-ET THE KRONE" Trail Warmj Up BY FRED HARM A., THEf^ COrtE OVER TH' HOTEL r AND \N'£ >V \i N NEED OLV H E L RJ SHERiFFic- LCK-K. RED-' -THAT'S DiR'£.CTOR OF THE S"' DES??f^i£W' ALLEY OOP 'I ThCU&HT XOO \ YOU Ses HE SAiP ALLEY GAME\ SKX/GHT A OOP TO <.iS\ HAS GO.V£ i .N A RU5 ON A DEAL THAT'S POSITIVELY HUSH Shine Up the Spe ^4 Boys TTT-—^ " ;sH.») BY V. T. HAMLm ( IT TURNED UP IN L£W,ON KINS WURS SECK SACiv TO MOO USiftT FOR SUZ-- I —AN' NATURAUXOOP WAS NWDDER'N WITH roa.. WHY /SOT "FORE HE \ HECK.'. AN' SO 15 a' &0i, WHO HASN'T HE RAID / COULD GiVE iT, \ THINKS OF NAUSHT BUT THEAA US A VISIT"? ..^^VSTOLENIT WAS.' fj^^QO ^ VVAR?,W STA^^S. \ /5 BEEN ri»fO!S-AT ( DONE / 30SH,T rtOP: NOW V r*^ & OTFLAT_ \0-V LOOI<. \T-Ar parH :AD AiMT CuZ, rCJR 'E \ GOT N O BOS I MESS 3ci\5 .^WrjL / H:^V \' SETTER FCO. I S H , • ROYAL JEWELS T HAN S'-ARTiNS \ I 3cr; :s\ A >\AK \\<TH 3CiS \A Ti ,i<.E 'cM

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