The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 5, 1945 · Page 5
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, January 5, 1945
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lOLAj^ KANSAS TKB lOLA RECaSTER, FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 5, 1945. PAGE FIVE Classified Ads ANNOUNCEMENTS Coming Sales Dates TUESDAY, JAN. MilBioiland and Wolford sale, 5 miles southeast Humboldt, at 11 a. m. See large ads in Register December 27, January 4 and 5. THURSDAY, JAN. 11—Vint BriU- hart sale, 1 mile east, mile south of LaHarpe on Logan farm at 11 a. m. '2—Personals I NEED a part for Marlen pump gun. Wish to correspond with owners of similar guns so lost part can be identified and ordered or reproduced. Charlie Stout, Route i. Colony. .3—Strayed, I,ost, Fonnd YEARLING STEER, weight 550. strayed to my farm. Don Nelson, Elsmore. AUTOMOTIVE 5— AntomobUes For Sale QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds 70 Genuine Ford BATTERIES Five sizes. Pit practically every car and pocketbook. Good stock of SEAT COVERS ELLIOTT MOTOR CO. PHONE 893 205 S. JEFF. WHEN YOU buy a car from Chryst Motors you feel the deal is plenty real. 1931 Chevrolet coupe, the best of tires, heater and antifreeze; 1932 Plymouth sedan, heater, antifreeze, 5 nearly new tires; 1935 Bulck sedan, heater and antifreeze, extra good tires. Chryst Motors, first door south Kelley Hotel. WE HAVE MECHANICa AVAILABLE IN OUR IMPLEMENT DEFT ' to work on your tractors and farm machinery. BUD WHITE IMPLEMENT DEPT. Sales John Deere Service HELP WANTED—Woman (white) to attend middle-aged lady and care for modem home, six days each week. Ironing, no laundry, room and board. Wages. References. Write to Box 506, LeRoy, Kansas. MESSENGER, over 16 with bicycle: WOMAN WANTED to stay in homo from 8 a. m. till 5 p. m. Tvo m family: no laundry. Phone 799W. 215 South Fourth. f— Anto Acees^e% Tires, Farts Anti-Preeze, Sl.OO Gallon. WILSONSERVICE 301 North Washington GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAGE 817 South St.—Phone 969 BUSINESS SERVICE 9—Services Offered CESS POOLS, septic tanks, government toilets, small sanitary jobs. John L. Reed, lola. Box 50. PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING Passenger Tire Recapping. TRACTOR Tire Service Complete. Dunlop Tire Store Floyd "Chlg" Mann 105 East St. Phone 156 I SEAL YOUR RADIATORS and cracked blocks for 25 cents. Plenty of good Sinclair alcohol. Service station and grocery for sale. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington. HAULING —Local and long distance; also hauling stock to Kansas City. Earnest Tipple. Phone 1200. USE REGISTER WANT-ADS THEY PAT! DAILY KATES (Minimum 15 Words) ONE DAY: Per word ..2c THREE DAYS: Per word per day lV4o BIX DAYS: Per word per day lo DISPLAY BATES (Minimum One Inch) ONE DAY: Per Inch ........— _.50o THREE DAYS: Per inch 45c CONTEACT RATES (Minimum 3 Lines) 26 DAYS: Per line per day ic (9 lines to the inch) "Or Doubting Thomas—you didn't believe in Register Want Ads at first, either!" EMPLOYMENT 13—Help Wanted—Female high school education preferred: steady job. Western Union. 14—Help Wanted—Male NIGHT WATCHMAN—In shop and garage. Man with some age preferred. Write giving references, or arrange for personal interview. J E. Hubbel. Bonner Springs, Kansas. Phone 177. MERCHANDISE 27—Feed, Fuel. FertlUxen FOR SALE—Extra good corn soy bean ensilage, S5.0t' per ton. 1 mile west LaHarpe, 's north. Ray Bell. 28—Household Goods WE BUY, TRADE, sell, household goods and other articles. Henninger's. West Madison. WE BUY, SELL and exchange furniture, stoves, sewing machines. Curtis Furniture. MERCHANDISE 32—Wanted—To Bny I FURS AND HIDES wiU be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kermeth Sharp. BUS DRIVERS—Jobs now and postwar. Family men up to 50 years preferred. Experience not necessary. Write giving references, cr arrange for personal interview. J. E. Hubbel, Bonner Springs, Kansas. Phone 177. Oh Secoitid Front .Sgl. Eugene Walters, of Mansfield. Ohio, armor crew chief on a K-24 bomber, knows how bad- ; ly^he services need equipment, so\when he recently got a 15- ; daj^ furlough from March Field, • Cajif., he spent a week of it . riveting engine mounts for the ; ne>y Douglas A-26 attack bomb- \ er.- at Westinghouse Electric's' M(?nsfield, Ohio, plant. Enlisting a year before Pearl Harbor. sS. Walters served in the Cltina-Burma-India theater and invasions of North Africa and Sifc'ily. He has previously spent hi^ Army leaves working in a West Coast airplane plant and u \ steel mill. HELP WANTED Auto Mechanic Good Wages ROSS ARBUCKLES GARAGE TRUCK MECHANIC in small shop. Steady work with post-war job. Opportunity for railroad pension. Write giving references, or arrange for personal interview. J. E. Hubbel, Bonner Springs, Kansas. Phone 177. FES'ANCIAL U—Money to Loan—Insnrance INSURANCE, Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Farm Loans, Notary Public. The R. L. Thompson Agency. INSURANCE~Reai Estate," Bonds, Farm and City Loans. Charles M. Funk. TRAVELING BAG—Large size, two suiter. Describe fully. Give price.] Phone 128 before Saturday noonj or by 10 a. m. Monday. ROOMS FOR RENT 33—Rooms FRONT SLEEPING ROOM for rent: furnace heat. Mrs. C. E. Belknap, 402 East Madison. 34—Apartments and Flats NICELY FURNISHED downstairs apartment, 3 rooms, garage. 624 North Chestnut. ONE ROOM with kitchenette, porch, private entrance, utilities paid. Inquire at Dr. Cnu -tls' office. Phone 1234. Real Estate for Sale 40—Farms and Land For Sale TWO IMPROVED 80 ACRES southwest of lola; one 80 near LaHarpe with city water, electricity. Also other farms. John Reuther. LIVESTOCK 80 ACRES—Well improved, to settle estate; 5 'j miles southwest of lola; rock road, electricity, gas. Georgia Bryant, 309 South Elm. 22—Poultry and Supplies ARE YOUR HENS LAZY? Sluggish systems mean low egg production. Give your hens My- Ko-Crums 10 days in feed, and see how fast they pick up. Goodsell Hatchery, Gas, Kans. FRIES FOR SALE—Phone 837W B. L. Hinkle. NEW SHIPMENT of Macomb brooder stoves; gas, electric, and oil. Buy early. Limited supply of each. Taylor Hatcheries. 23— ^Wanted—Livestock WANT TO BUY cottontail rabbits. John Reiter, 3 west, V-i mile south (Colony. 164 ACRES, extra good, level, productive land; all but 2 acres can be farmed with tractor; school house, % mile east of Leanna Is on north line of farm. This faim has always been paying good rate of Interest rented. Price S5500.00. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington, lola. FLNvlNCIAL STATEMENT AND AFFIDAVIT OF PUBLICATION Of. the Security Building and Loan Association, located at lola, in the.county of Allen, State of Kansas, .at the close of business on the 31st V day of December, 1944. • Authorized capital, $2,000,000.00. Resonrces Loai'is to members on real estate (nonnegotiable nfies) $123,602.63 Loans on shares 695.00 Shares in oth­ er''associations $17,500.00 Bonris (including Liberty) 5,000.00 22,500.00 All Cjther real estate own'd 5,492.16 Due'on real estate sold on co/itract, or options 10,032.77 Purr!, and fixtures 1.00 Personal accounts receivable (balance due us).. 511.81 Oth^ resources 180.83 Stock in Federal Home Lojm Bank 1,000.00 Casli in office and banks 15,728.27 LOCAL FBODOCB Oradad Eggs] No i 37c No. S - ; 32c •Checks ....1 30c Ungraded 3Sc No. 1 Buttertat Wc No. 2 Butterfat 44c ———:60c New Jap Air Boss Sweet Creani Hens,'4-5 lbs. 21c No. 1. Light Hens, under 4 lbs 1.9c Heavy 'brea Spnngs, 2 IDS. up Mc Light spring^ a lbs. and up ^ An cocis and stags, lb. 14c AU cl£':sses I<o. 2 Poultry, Sc lb. less Green Hides .. lOc Kansas City: Produce Kansas City, Jan. 5. (AP)—Pro- I duce all priqes unchanged. Kansas: City, Grain 4 Kansas City, Jan. 5. (AP)— Wheat unchiinged to H. lower: No. 2 dark and hard 1.61 Vi; No. 2 red nom. l.,68Vi-i.70%. Com ifticlianged; No. 2- white 1.26: 1 ^0. 2 irellow nom 1.13-1.13%; No. 2 bhixednom 1.13-1.13%.. Oats': Unchanged; No. 2 white nom_75-78. Milo maize: 1.93-1.95. Kafir: 1.92. Rye: Nom 1.14-1.16. Barley: 1.12. Gas City Events Total $179,744.4'? - LiabiUties InstPillment' shares (investment) - $ 47,850.11 Pull-paid shares 107.075.00 Pernjanent stock 9,000.00 Facto Cancelations.. 192.67 General reserve fund 2,678.45 Due " borrowers 448.97 Personal accounts payable (balance we owe) 971.22 Oth^r reserves 3.752.73 Reserve for full-paid shares dividends 1,426.54 Reserve for taxes 60.47 Undivided profits 6,288.31 Total $179,744.47 Ttte above statement is correct. ^A. R. CHAMBERS, President. "JULIA McCLURE, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before mp. Jhls 5th dnv of January. 1945. Velnsa L. BerKman, Notary Public. My commission expires August 7, 1948:" s Ev^ry army camera In the air requires a maintenance crew of six pho^b men on the ground. Real Estate for SaJe 40A—Suburban For Sale 6-ROOM HOUSE in Gas City, Inc, 9 :lots, 1'4 lots in berries: gas, lights and water. For details* address Box 89, care Register. MERCHANDISE 24—Articles For Sale BICYCLE for sale, in good condition. Inquire at Heigele Harness Shop. Phone 59. FOR SALE—One modem forced air gas furnace, 100,000 BTU output. Phone 690. GOOD USED CLOTHES of aU kinds. Suits, coats, dresses, formals, shoes, etc. 702 North Walnut. GUARANTEED BATTERIES Recharging and Repairing. GEORGE R. HISER 224 N. Jefferson Phone 63 H. & S. CAL. 38 revolver and shells, $7.50: Mosberg .22 repeater rifle and shells, $20.00. 406 South Sycamore. 10-F<X)T SHOWCASE, heavy plate glass, 10-foot marble slab base, storage below. Also 1 gas radiator stove. A. w. Anderson. Phone 292. CLOSING TIMB 'A'aiit Ads will be accepted until 1 p. m. for that d&ys biser* tlon except Saturday when they must be received by 10 ^ PHONE 18 27—Feed, Foel. FertUxera COAL FOR SALE-Charley Horde. Phone 154. COAL AS USUAL—Prompt deUvery. J. D. Judah, 810 South Washington, lola. Phone 774. 18% IMCO Economy lay mash, $3.00 cwt lola MUliDg Co. MILKER SOLVES YOUR MAIN PRODUCTION PROBLEAAS If your producing herd is big enough to require machine • milking, especially with acute labor shortage, then, make sure that you get the one milker that gives you correct milkiitg action. There is no machine on the parket like the Rite-Way. It is fast and safe, because its:individually designed inflations massage gently and naturally, as does the feeding calf. Our special Rite-way pulsator has no springs or gaskets. These two features, ^ould quickly settle your question of choice — in a hurry. Call in to examineJl, or phone for any informatiait you want. Shannon & Shannon Hdw. Phone 29 For 48th Year ' Kansa'i City Livestocli Close ' Kansas City, Jan. 5. (AP)— (WPA)—Cattle unchanged. Hogii:—Unchanged. Sheep, Lambs—Uneven, generally steady to strong: other killing classes steady: good and choice truck in native lambs 14.50; others from wheat pEistures 13.90-14.50; good and choice yearlings 12.25; odd^lots native "ewes 6.00-7.25. Gen. Korechika Anami, above, former Japanese vice-minister fori war, has been appointed inspector general of army aviation and placed on the Supreme War Council, according to a Tokyo broadcast. Jap air forces' faUure in Philippines and hoine front was supposed rest- son for shakeup. K. C. iWinciled Receipts Kansas City, Jan. 5. (AP)—Advance estimated livestock receipts for toinorroiv: cattle 100. calves 50, hogs 50, sheep none. Kansas ^City Livestock Kansas City, Jan. 5. (API—(WFA) Cattle^salable 600, total 1200: calVes salable 20p. total 300; steady on-all classes: active pn slaughter cattle; few lots inedium and good heifers and m^Lxed yearlings 11.00-13.00; cows mainly cutter, common and medium grade .selling from 7.50-10.50; two head medium" and good 11.00-12.00: medium ^ ar<d good sausage bulls 10.09-11.50: weighty beef kind 12.00 and: 12.25: mediimi and good vealers 11.00-13.00: choice quotable to 14.00; load medium and good yearling stock steers and part load comparable, grade mixed calves 11.25. Hogs salable 1500: total 2000: active; fully steady at ceiling levels: good and choice 180 lb. up 14.50, lights scarce: sows 13.75. Sheep salable and total 3,000: fairly active, lambs steady to strohl: other killing classes steady; good and choice truck in native lambs 14.50; others from wheat pastures 14.25-50; good and choice yearlings 12.25; odd lots native ewes 6.00:-7.00. CASH fur DEAD Hones • Cottle • Hog« TERVICET Phone 09 A r^Heet 03l| lOLA GAS CITY, Jan. 4.—Pvt. Victor Carl Perkins who was home on a i short leave left Sunday for Ft.' Meade, Maryland. Pvt. Perkins was, formerly stationed at Camp Hood.; Texas. j Ralph Perkins, S-2c of New Orleans, La., is home on furlough. When he returns to his base Mrs. Ralph Perkins will accompany him for an indefinite stay. Col. Albert Dickerson from Fort' Benning, Ga., arrived here New Year's day for a few days visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dickerson. and other relatives. ; Miss Maude H. Kahl and Mrs. Mamie Alvine who are pastors of • the Church of God in LaHarpe have been elected to pastor the Gas City Church of God for the coming year beginning next Sunday. January 7. Miss Kahl and Mrs. Alvihe will take care of both charges. Mrs. Bert Demitz arrived home Sunday from Ba.xter Springs where she had been visiting her son. Dr. Harvey Bogan and family. Family niglit will be observed :it the Methodist church Thursday night, Janu.Try 11. with a covered dish supper and program. Everyone is welcome. Bring iull dish and your own table service. TIME ON HIS n.\^NDS Santa Fe. N. M.. Jan. 5. lAP) — Ora Slumpff has filed an embezzlement complaint against a watch repairer. He thinks its time he got his timepiece back. He .say .s he hasn't Had Ills watrh .since he took it in to have it fixed. 23 months ago. FREE REMOVAL -OF- Doad Horses-Cattle "Hogs HELP SALVAGE WASTE FATS FOR EiCPiOSiVES Telephone 638 ^ola lOLA WORKS WASH TUBES Aviators' Convention BY LESLIE TURNER ^TH EVERY -l '"KING SET FORTHER/S;ID ON KOHOBE. COL. BRIIL BRIEPS THE B-29 CREWS. YOUR OBJECTIVE V /ILL BE THE TRIANGLE FORAAED BY TWO RIVEftS AND AN INTERSECTING PARKWAY... FULL OF FOUNDRIES, STEEL MILLS AND SMALL T. INFLAMMABLE WORK SHOPS..YOU CAN'T MISS IT .'J. . . .YOU'LL GO IN AT 30,000, ABOVE OTHER CHINA-BASED GROUPS, AND JUST AHEAD OF THOSE FROM THE MARIANAS... BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Caught in the Act BY EDGAR IV1AKT1!«- I 60 V\KV9V TO VOO ft VOX OV \K> R\6HT 06 ALLEY OOP He Who Laughs First BY V. T. HAMLIN^ THIS W?MV , /''COMIM v' THATS COMIM 7 THEOUGH | TO IKJVADE USA, TH'GAP WHVAIMTOUC VSIR LEMIAN POQCeS J . IKJPDSmOM •/.,• 1, T'STOP'EM^' y IT'S THAT CPACZy. K1M<3 GUZ AM' HIS ' ~ MOCNiAi ^Sf, THAT'S JUST ] WC>ULDM'T WHAT WE'CE < TI-\AT JU&T ) &CAEED OF, ) KILLVUH.'y ..SIP.' - PRJ^CKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Give Him Time! BT MERRILL BLOSSER C~ANO SOMEBODV ^ I 'M NOT AT ALL IN ffilS.(^USr JUST SURPRISED! WONY Hit Me WITH A J SOU CDME IN ? WHAT GIVES? You ses, WEfee NEW HEBE IN SHADVSIDE, ANO JUNIOR. IS JUST TRYING TO SET ACQUAINTED WITH OTHER BOVS / OM, DEAR ;I SHOULD WAVE TOLD VOU.' JUNIOR'S COUSIN SENT HIM A CAPTURED, APANESe RIFLE / ME ALSO SENT WIM A FLAME- TMKOV.'EK. —BUT SO FAR, JUMIOK. MASM'r LEARNED HOW TO OPERATE 3 FAR, ^ \RNED )

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