The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 2, 1945 · Page 5
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 2, 1945
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lOLA, -KANSAS THE lOLA' REGISTEg, TUESDAY CTENTNG.. JANUARY 2, 1945. PAGE FIVE ANNOUNCEMENTS 'Coming Sales Date* TOESDAY. JAN. 9—Millhoiland and WoUord sale, 5 miles southeBSt Sumboldt. at 11 a. m. See large : ads In Register December 27, January 4 and 5. 1—Anctions AUCTION SALE—In the northwest part or LaHai-pe. Thursday, January 4th. beginning at 1.00 o'clock p. m. sharp. The furniture and rumL"ihlngs of my 5-room house Indluding good Phiico radio: took. . garden plow, wire, garden tools, 1933 Ford V-8 coupe. Whiteface heifer calf, baled hay, loase cane and millet hay, about 15 bvtshels .shelled com, and articles too numerous to mention, Oliver & Litteer. Auctioneers. A. L. Rockwey, Owner. EiTol McCullough, Clerk, 3— Strayed, Lost. Foond I/DHT - Twu-ionc brown sweater fiear lioinc Thursday cvenlnK. : Blanche \'ot:i-l, 210 North Chesl- nul. LOST-—Blown Icmhcr billfold, initials E. N. C, belwfon square and 315 South Oak; contains valuable papers arid money. Reward. Elroy Chrleistenson. Phone 43. LOST—Brown leather billfold containing money and valuable papers, between Ramsay's and Reyn' olds, Saturday nii?hl Reward. Jack Campbell, Piqua, or leave at Rcgister^officp. _ AUTOMOTIVE 6 —An to mobiles For Bale QUICKIES By Ken I Reynolds y ^3 n-i9 "lie .':.}•; tf-':. .1 lyi.c;m;i.^t and i.: \.cr .*.j'- ^' iurloughsi" Morkn Happenings "There. I fixed it! Now we won't have to get that radio repair man in The Register Want Ads after all!" EMPLOYMENT 13—U^lp Wanted—Female MERCHANDISE 27— Feed, Fnel, FertUizen COMPLETE STOCK Of Genuine Ford and Ford Tractor Parts. Ford Batteries, Ford Anti-freeze. Authorized Ford Repair Service. ELLIOTT MOTOR CO. Phone 893 203 S. Jefferson WOMAN to ;do general housework, cOAL FOR SALE-Charley Horde, either part tune or all time. Phone- phot^e 15-1 802. i L : i 18 IMCO Economy lay mash, $3.00 I ; cv.'t. lola Minirier Co. ' 14—Help Wanted—Male 1924 DODGE PICKUP, lair rubber, motor gcod. 523 South Washington. WE HAVE MECHANICS AVAILABLE IN OUR IMPLEMENT DEP'T to work on your tractors and farm machinery. BUD WHITE IMPLEMENT DEPT. • Sales John Deere Service WAITRESS wanted at South Sfrcet :' Cafe. 28—noBsehoId Goods FINANCIAL 18—Money to Loan—Insnrance ; .-^XMIKSTER RUG. practically new, ! 7' L X 9, bookcase. Thaver bug;?..-, i 620 North Washincton Ave. 6— Aato Accessories, Tirea, Parts Auti-Frceze,,S1.00 Gallon. WILSONlSERVXCE 301 North Washington GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAOS 817 fioulb St.—Phone 988 INSURANCE, surety Bonds, Rear J^?^- ^eU household Estaie^ Farm Loans, Notar^ Pub- j .fw nf*^''^^ lie. The R. L. Thompson Agency. I "^ers. West Madison. INSURANCE, Real Estate, Bonds, I ^' f^^^ and exchange fur- Parm and City I^ans. Charier M. I ^^r"^ LIVESTOCK 29—Machinery and Tools 21— Horses, Cattle, Miscellaneons BRED!GILTS for .sale, double immune. R. W. Clark. (> north on State, \\est of lola. PRIVATE SALE of'dra\nvfarni j machinery, cultivator, disk, har- I row. corn planter, mowing ma! cliine, plow.';, wagon, harne.s.s, team 01 mares. Ira Bomati. 4'- miles west, 1 .south Elsmore. BUSINESS SERVICE 9—Services Offered I SEAL YOUR RADIATORS and cracked bloclcs for 25 cents. Plenty of Kood Sinclair alcohol. Service station .inc! Rrocery for .sale. Ed Hess. 823 South 'Wa.shington. PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING Passenger Tire Recapping. TRACTOR Tire Service Complete. Dunlop Tire Store Floyd "Chlg" Mann 105 East St. Phone 158 REGISTERED HEREFORDS Bui; and Hr ;f5r Calve.s For Sale LLOYU E. WINSLOW Moran. Kansas 1 miles on Ilitrhway 54 32—Wanted— To Buy SMOOTH MOUTH HORSE, ami j mule for sale cheap. south of LoneElm.A. J. Rogers. 22— Poultry and SnppUes PURS AND HIDES will be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Keniufh Sharp. WHEAT DHJLL witli Ifrlilizt-r at- tachmeiit. in r.ooci condition; aUso manure spreader. Howard Morri.•-<^n. Routi.- 1. .Moran^__ j Real Estate for Sale i MORAN. ^an. 1.—Mi-ss Prudence Lower is in'Kai^sas City this week, the guest of'MLss Mae Wood. Mrs. CharSes Wood and daughter Cliarlene sptnt Christmas week with Mrs. Hatlle' Wood and daughter Miss Ruth \^ood. The Moran Farm Bureau will meet with l|rs. J.. L. Trltes Januai-y 5 at -l p. m.rThe lesson will be given by Mrs. E.-H. Williams and Mrs. John Day. Corp. Kenneth Colgin is here for a short furlough with his parents Tvlr. and Mrs. Elmer Colgin and family. ^ Mrs., .Bess;'Young and sister Miss Faye Scro^'gins of Kansas City spent a fev| days at Mrs Young's liome here 'e.xpecting to return to Kansas City Sunday. Mrs. Emnia Keith gave dinner Siiiiday in honor of liei: granddaughter's sjxth birthda\. H'.-r guest;; were Mr. ahd Mi.s. Dorrell Harris Wanda and-Robert. Mr. Carl Shively and son Jim, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin MorrL'^on. and the honor guest. Elizabeth A:^ui HatTis. Miss Bernice Jartson returned to Chicago _ Satmday where she Is employed, after <:pcndins a week b.ere with Her parents Mr. -.ina Mrs'. Pete JacksQij and other relatives. Mrs. Keith received v,'ord Friday that her cuuslii Archie Lacey had pa .s5ed aw.-w .siuideiUy foilowin^r -i heart attaclc. He lived hc-i'e a good many years'.-in the house now uwni -d by Mr. andtMrs.-Pete Jackson. Gue.sts of Mr. and ^<rs. Earl Brook;: Sunday were Mrs. Irma Ti-amnv; and Mrs-. Ftoyd Trammel of lula. Mr. Earl Brocks. Frank Ga'-risun. Jack Arnojd and Charlie Zornes ;pent the w-eck-end with their families herf>. .Ml are employed at Pao'a. Mr. and ''.Mrs. James Boyd were dinner nueAs of Mrs. Cilmore ani daughter Mi.s.=: Gertrude Sitnday. Real 'Estate for Sale 41—Hoa .s«s For Sale LOCAL PRQDtrCB OradsdEggs: No 1 :. : 37c No. 2 32c Checks 30c Ungraded ; 35c No. 1 Butterfrt «o No. 2 Butterfat \ «c Sweef Cream -JWo Hen^ 4-5 On. -___30c No. 1 light Hens, under 4 Ibe 18c Heavy bred springs. .2 lbs. up _J4c Ught springs, 3 lbB.;a&d iq> 23c AU cocks and sl^lb 14c All classes No.'2 Po^ltry, 3c lb. leas Oreen Hides ;________10c Kansas Citjr Pirodnce Kansas C\i^, Jan. 2. (APIProduce: Eggs ipeci^ls 49-50: extras 42-44.3: standards 39.8; current receipts 39-39.8: all other prices unchanged. . Kansas City Grain: Kansas City, Jan. 2. (API—Wheat unchanged to '% higher: No. 2 dark hard 1.60H-1.70; No. 2 red 1.68"s 1.70'^;. Corn: tone unchanged to 2 lower; No. 2 while 1.2-7; No. 2 yellow 1.131.13'',; No.j2 mixed nom 1.12-1.13^1.1 Oats unchanfied; No. 2 white nom 73-77. •' - I Milo maize 1.87-1.82. I Kafir horn 1.78-1.93. Rye nom: 1.11-1.13.- ; Barley .sample, 85.; i ardund^ isteady; other slaughter classes' active, mostly steady; bulk early V sales medium and good slaughter steers 12.00-14.00; few loads JJ4J5-40; some held higher; several loads good heifers 13.00-10: odd lOttds medium to good wheat pasture and warmed up heifers 10.00-12 .00; most common and medium cows 8.00-10.75; few good 11 .00 -lioO: medium and good saiv- sage bulla 9.25-11.25; odd head beef kind li.00 -12 .50: good and choice vealers 12.00-14 .00; medium and good halves 11.00-12.50; few good and choice heavies 13.00-50; few loads medium and good stocker and feeder steers 1155-12.50; load good and cfioice White Pace feeder 12.60: 2 load« choice feeding heifers 11.00. Hogs 3.000; limited early sales weak ,^to 10. lower; later trade active, mostly .steady at ceiling levels: good ind choice 180 lb. and up 14.40 to mostly 14.50; few 140-170 lb. 14430-40: sows mostly 13.75. SheCp 7.000: early bids on slaughter cUusses steady to weak: askin?; .strong;: good and choice wheat pasture lambs held above 14.60: best ewe.s held above 7.10. Kansas City LWestock Close Kiinsas City. Janl 2. (AP)—Cattle: Slaughter steers steady, several loads good and low choice 14.7515.25: latter prtce for 2 loads medium weights: long yearlings 15.00: heifers fuliy steady to 15 higher: load good Strong weights 13;50: bulls .steady to (strong: .small lots good stock steer talvi?s 12.00; heifers 11.50. Hogs: unchanged. Sheep: ClofAng fairly . active, lambs steady to strong: ewes steady to 25 higher; ifood "and choice fed lambs 14;75: otners 14.50 and 14.60; good and choice triick in natives 14.25; medium'and ;good 13.25 and 13.50: good and choice yearlhigs 13.25; medium .and good shipments 11 .00: top f-wes-7.25; numerous loads 7 .00. Estimated K. C. Livestork Receipts Kansas City, Jan. 2. (AP)—Advance- estimated livestock receipts for t/imonow: Cattle COOO. calves 500. hog.s 3.000. shee)) 8.0U0 Gas City Eivents Mr. and "Sfin,. Joe Brundage, south of lola. He also called on a number of friends in Gas City Saturday, Including his grandparents, Mr. and -Mrs. Perry Abbott. Cpl. Brundage-will leave this week for Hammont^ La., where he wUl spend the remaiiider of his furlough with his wUe. Mrs. CHas. Morelan Is spending a few wetta with her granddaughter, Mrs. .'Leo Whitford, while recovering trom an operation she underwent a^ the St. John's hospital. A. F. Holten and daughter. Fern, employees' of the Sunflower Ordnance Wotks near LawTence, spent Simday and New 'Stear's day at home. \ Mr. and Mrs. Herman Polk. Jerald and ^eraldine. Mi's. Leo Folk and childien. all of Salem, Illinoi-;. and Ml', and Mrs. Ernie Meadow.s and baby' daughter of Centralia. 111., have returned to their homes alter spending tlie holidays wiih relatives. Mrs. Meadows and bat/y had spent a couple of weeks here. The holiday visitors at the WiU Grasty ho .Tie were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Osbome, Eldon, Patricia and Marvelle of Hanston, Kans., Miss Hazel Grasty of City. and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Chestnut of Beloit, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. , K. Gritsty and Mr. and Mrs. John Gintz of lola, called Wednesday J evenmg. Melvin Grasiy. Siijrley and A. Grasty called durmg the ; week before going to the hoi-pilal to .see Mrs. Melvin Grasty. I Mr. and Mis. Delmoiu Adams ! and daughter Ann, and Mr.-.. Conj nor left Friday for then home in : Yakima. Washington. T'noy had ; been vi.siling in the parental Deli j Adam-s home. While her.- Aim i Adams, who L-; In the tlurd t;radf. attended the Gas .-rli,,,,! 1 ;r ; one week. ' More than two biUior, puund;; nf aluminum \i'ere used m U. .S. muni- . lions and airpliinc plaiu.-^ iii 1944. GAS CITY, Jan. 1—Mr. and Mrs A. M; Goodsell are enjoying a visit from'their dauRhter, Mrs. Lucille Walkfer, and little .son. Larry, from Buffalo Park. Minnesota. They arrived early Thursday morning. Cpl. Albert Brundage who is attending pilot training gunnery school In Palacios, Texas, has been given a 17-day furlough. He arrived last Wednesday to visit his parents. 7-ROO.M -.MODF'.RN HOl'SF. 4'. blocks ftom square. fil .T c5 ()Ut.". WaMilngtin. Phnne 921J. HAULING —Local and long distance; also imuling .stock to Kansas City. Earnest Tipple. Phone 1200. EMPLOYMENT .13—Help Wanted—Female HELP WANTED—-Wdman (white), to attend middle-aged lady and care for modem iome, six days each week. Ironing, no laundiy,' P3om and board. Wages. References. Write to |Jox 506, LeRoy, Kansas. REGISTER • WANT-ADS THEY PAY! DAILY RATES (Minimum 15 Words) ONE DAY: Per word .2c THREE DAYS: Per word per day „. ..IHc SIX DAYS: Per woi^d per day ; LICE-COLDS—Use Goodsell's Roost Paint to rid your chickens of lice. 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 of each. Taylpr Hatcheries. 23—Wanted—Livestock WANT TO BUY cottontail rabbits. John Relter, 3 west, ^« mile south Colony. 40—Farms and Land For Sale 164 ACRES, extra good, level, productive land; all but 2 acres can be farmed with tractor; school house, "I mile of Leanna Ls on north line of farm. This fairh has always, been paying good rate ol interest rented. Price $5500.00. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington, lola. 40—Farms and Land For Sale •li Kansas City UvesUtcic , Kansas City?, Jan. 2. (AP)—: (WFA)-^attle 7,500: calves 700; slaughter steeri? in moderate supply I aroimd 60 loads offered; trade slow C ASH for DEAD Horses • Cattle • Hogs • VS ?SERVlCEy Pbona 83 lOLA FREE REMOVAL -OF- Dead Horses - Cattle - SSogs Har SALVAGE WASTE FATS FOR EXFLOSIYES Telephone 338 ^^^^ lOLA RENDEEOm WORKS WASH TUSBS /^OLOWEl- USTEM5'?HRg EASYS PLAfJ FOR PHOTOv fiBAPHlNA' EiESUlT^ OF THE FIRST- RAID OM - KOHOBE Getting Set BY LESLIE TURNER ^;iT'S FAR FROM A ROUTlU; RECONNAISSAMCE JOS, 6iJH- AMO rO U <g TO CARRi' IT ouTN \ysa .F /--'^^ THAT ,V,I6HT ARRAM5EP, E *T EAS>i;y(3U'UE KEPT ilP WITH CEVELOPMENTS j IN THAT FIELD, ANP YOU ^E A <SCOD P.\LOT 1 CAN BRUSH i DCM'T-' UP ON THE USE X EMvy yojj 0" THAT CAMERA,..; THE JOB, 6ET THE FEEL OF \ EASy ,.,fiJT AP -47 WHILE ALTERATIONS ARE MAO'EOW THEONE I 'W TO USE ITS y<:up ;sl •^''.ll ARRAH6S A.Ny HELP yCJ M ;<3 HT •- NAvy.EASy BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Very Funny BUT FIRST W«i NWST SEE S5NERAL HLtF TUK, BY EDGAR MARTI>f 80 ACRES—Well improved, to setUe estate; 5'i miles southwest of lola; rock road, electricity, gas. Georgia Bryant, 309 Sobth Elm. 40A—Snbnrban For Sale MERCHANDISE 24—Articles For Sale GOOD GAS RANGE; also modem'^-ROOM HOUSE in GasCits". inc. table top kerosene oil range. Ben i ^ lots, I'-j lots in berries: gas. Turner, Country Club. j liglits and water. For details ad] dress Box 89, care Register. REGISTERED HEREFGRD QULLS Hazelett Bloodline Gf^d Individual.s Bred for Beef JOHN E. BRINK LEROV, KA.VSAS GOOD USED CLOTHES of all j kinds. Suits, coats, dresses, formals, shoes, etc. 702 North Walnut. OVERCOAT and suit, size 38. 'la- quife after 9 p. m. at Kelley hotel. • GUARANTEED BATTERIES Recharging and Repah^ng. GEORGE R. HISER 224 N. Jefferson Phone 63 VICTORY BABY BUGGY, good condition. 802 South Wasiiington. Phone 157W. i WINCHESTER repeating rifle, 22- cal.; also 6 months old goat. 31-3! North First .street, city. OIL BROOPRS Bl Y NOW, AVOID DISAPPOINltVIENT LATER SHANNON & SHANNON HARDWARE IOLA.KAS. PHONE 29 FOK 48TB TEAtt 7^^ •KA -f5AHA, - - y 1 \ 1^ BED RYDER Dexterous Deck Dealers DISPL.\y RATES (Minimum One Inch) ONE D.^Y: Per inch THREE DAYS: Per inch _..50c ..<5c CONTRACT RATES (Minimum 3 Lines) 26 DAYS: Per line per day _ 4c (9 lines to the inch) CLOSING TIME Want Ads will be accepted tm- til 1 p. m. for that day's Insertion except Saturd^ when they must be received by 10 a. m, PHONE 18 Seeking Evidence SAtwrtR BY FRED HARM. I n -AV^ A -'w-' 1"; ALLEY OOP The Die Is Cast BY V. T. HAMLIN / HIGHMESS'. OOP'S GO .ME , 1 PE^... BUT JUST /WHERE TO . I'V£ \0 \DB^e'. WELL, I CAN'T HOtP UP A WARlTn -L &ET THEM ON ACCOUNT OP HJMJAWRIGHT.^ MEN. FORWARD MARCH/. FORWARD TO LEM FOR MOO AV :JEWELS FIT TAKES EVEeV MAN I 'VE Two. THREE, 1 COULy. STILL OPERATE MOO WI'r;H JuST wffM ajT BEflKiWH' ^ KING, or"" ' COUNTR WOMEM TOUCH; FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS See the Change? BY MERRILL BLOSSER These four women, rated among the worlds g7eaiest bridge players, retained their last year's tiUes by winnmg four national events lor Women s Teams m the recent tourney sponsored by Ahierican Contract _Bndge League in Atlantic City, N J Leit to right, they are Mrs. A M Sobel. New York il", Wagar. Atlanta. Ga . Mrs J E Folhne Richmond, Va. and Mrs Rail* C Young' Philadelphia. Pa At the right presenting the victory certificate, is noted bridge expert. William E' McKetJney, Executive Secretary of the league. 1 NEvea c ^AuzED MOW ^OOFY TALKED. OK. MOW CRAZV I UXJKSD.JM THOSE CLOWES > vou AND MOM TAuSrIT MB A LESSOM I'LL NEVER- FOftT-er, POP.' YOU REAU-v PUT VDUR POttar ACROSS i

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