The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 6, 1945 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, January 6, 1945
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lOLA. KANSAS THE tOLA REGISTER^ SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 6jl945, om^ Skfar DKtor TUiSSDAX, JAN. 9—MUlhoUand and > Wotford sale, 5 rta&s soutlieast Humboldt, at 11 a. m. See large ads In Register December 27, Jan^ \iary 4 and 6. THURSDAY, JAN. J1—Vint BrlU- hart sale, 1 mUe east. % imlle sotith of- LaRarpe dft- laos^ fstta at-11 a. m.- ' 'i NEED a part for. Marlen pump ; gun. Wish to coereapoAd' vdVti owners of similar s\ijas,a6 loet ijmi€ ' cah be Identified IBd ordered or reproduced. Charlie Stout, Route ; 1, .Colony. 3-^tr»yte, Lett, Fenm QUICKIES YEARUNG STEERi weight 550. sti-ayed to my famt Don NeJson, - Elsmore. AUTOMOtlVE S-^iMinMVlk» For fiato 70 Genuine Ford BATTERIES Five sizes. Pit practically every car and poclcetboolL Good stock ot SEAT COVERS ELLIOTT MOTOR CO. PHONE 893 2M S. JEFP. 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 Bylck sedan, heater and antifreeze, extra good tires. Chryst Motors, first door south Kelley Hotel. WE HAVE MECHANICS - AVAILABLE IN OUR IMPLEMENT DEFT to work on your tractors and farm macbtnery. BUD WHITE IMPliSi&aSMT DEPT. . Sales John Deere—r-Service PAGE THREE "The fbayonet instructor it, sore --4on)ebody put a tack m bis chair!" LspHarpe Items "WeD, •What's wrong with hanging the Coo Coo clock we got with a Register Want Ad in your trophy room?" FINANCIAL IS—Money to Loan—InsBraoee INSURANCE, Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Farm Loans, Notary Public. The R. L. Thompson AgMicy. INSURANCE, Real Estate, Bonds, Farm and City Loans. Charles M. Punk. LIVESTOCK 21—Horses, Cattle, Mlscellaneoas FOR SALE—60 young ewes. WUl start lambing February 20. Albert Alumbaugh, 4 east MUdred. SHOATS for sale; 35 Poland China, 65-70 lbs., double immime and extra quality; pure bred but not registered. Elmer Belknap, 1402 North Jefferson. Phone 81IW. Real Estate for Sole 40— farms ^nd Land For Sale SALE. IN,PARTITION SUIT —PRIBBERNOW ESTATE Over 1,800 acres—large amount of No. 1 pasture land, one well-improved stock farm — located in Woodson County, Kansas, nine miles northwest of Humboldt; will sell in tracts at public auction at Court House in Yates Center, Kansas, on, Monday. January 29, at 10:00 a. m. Further information see R. B. Smith, Attorney, Chanute, Kansas. TWO IMPROVED 80 ACRES southwest of lola; one 80 near LaHarpe with city water, electricity. Also other farms. John Reuther. 22—Poultry and SnppUes •—Anto Accessories mm, tUxiB Anti-Preeze. S1.00 Gallon. WILSONSERVICB 301 North Waabington ; GOOD USED, PARTS PIONEER AXrrO. SALVAGE ^817 South St.—Phone 9iB9 BU^ESS SERVICE 94«errices Ottmt CESS POOLS, septicitanks, government toilets, small sanitary jobs. John L. Reed, lola. Box 50. —: ^—~~n— PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING Passenger Tire Recapping. TRACTOR Tire Service Complete. Dunlop Tire Store Floyd "Chig" Mton 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. NEW SHIPMENT of Macomb brooder stoves; gas, electric, and oii. Buy early. Limited supply of each. Taylor Hatcheries. 23—Wanted—Lh-estock WANT TO BUY cottontail rabbits. John Reiter, 3 west, mile south Colony. 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. 105 East St. Phone 156 I SEAL *OUR RADIATORS' and cracked blocks for 2S osnts. Plenty of: good Sinclair aloolibL Serviee station and grocery for sale. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington. •PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING 2-Day Servcle Tractor Tire Recapping lOLA HOME & AUTO SUPPLY (Tire Store) BAULING —Local and' loi« distance; also hauling stock to Kansas City. Earnest Tipple. Phone 1200. EMPLOYMENT l^Help Wanted—F^eaato MESSENGER, over 16 with bicycle; high school educaticni preferred: steady Job. Western Union. WOMAN WANTED to stay in home ftpm 8 a. m. till 5 p. m. Two in family; no laundry. Phone 799W. 215 South Fourth. 14-Help Wanted—BIsle GOOD USED CLOTHES Of all kinds. Suits, coats, dresses, formals, shoes, etc. 702 North Walnut. 80 ACRES—Well improved, to settle estate: 5v. miles southwest of lola: rock road, electricity, gas. Georgia Bryant, 309 South Elm. 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, 82i3 South Washington, lola. 40A—Snbnrban For Sale 6-ROOM HOUSE in Gas City, inc. 9 lots, l',{. lots in berries; gaS, lights and water. For details address Box 80, care Register. GUARANIEED BATTERIES Recharging and Repairing. GEORGE R. HISER 224 N. Jefferson Phone 63 10-POOT SHOWCASE, heavy plate glass; 10-foot marble slab base, storage below. Also 1 gas radiator stove. A; W. Anderson. Phone 292. fn-rm; Fnel. FertUiseta COAL FOR SALE—Charley Horde. Phone 154. COAL AS USUAL—Prompt delivery. J. D. Judah, 810 South Washington, lola. Phone 774. 18% IMCO Economy lay mash, $3.00 cwt. lola Milling Co. 28—Honsehbld Gooda WE BUY, TRADE, seU, household goods and other articles. Henninger's. West Madison. WE BUY, SELL and exchange furniture, stoves, sewing machines. Curtis Furniture. IN DEIW A ND Bismarck, N. D.. Jan. 6. ,(AP)— H. M./Hendrick9on, Granville, wanted to be sure he got a Job. So he applied for the position as doorkeeper in both the senate and the house for the 29th session of the state legislature. He got 'em both—and his name went down on both payrolls—but not for long. He picked the senate position. The house still Is looking for a doorkeeper. LAHARPE, Jan. 6—Miss Irene Roe returned to Wichita after a month'g visit with her parents, Mr. and Mj-s. G. B. Roe. Miss Roe is a weldtr in a defense plant. Mrs. £}. B. Thornton of Gas City, is speRjling a few days with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Rfilph Cory. .Ther,b will be a rally at the Church.of God, Sunday, Jan. 7, at 2:30 p. m. The churches from lola and Gits City will be represented. There will be preaching and. special sihging. Everyone is invited. Mrs. ?hU GUbert reporU; her husband, Sgt. Phil Gilbert is in the Philipp &es. He has been overseas 14 months and operates a diesel engine '„o generate the power needed by fhie hospitals. He first was stationed in New Guinea, lifrfi. Gilbert and children Nola Jean and Don liv? in LaHarpe and Sgt. Gilbert is t he son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert of X5as City. Mr. WUlis Walker and Mr. Jim Gilbert^ were LaHarpe business visitors-Friday. Mr. Walker says he has the; best corn he ever raised. Mrs. Bert Johnson came from Kansas,City Thursday evening, after spending the holidays with her daughter, Mrs. Harold Gish and son Ronnie. Mr. Johnson came up from CoffeyviUe, also Thursday eveniner to spend a few days at home. ' Mrs. Emerson Sweaney and'sons Ray apd Dean, spent Saturday night a^d Sunday in Independence visiting Mrs. Sweaney's aunt, Mrs. Eva Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Sweaney and boys spent Christmas in Emporia, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Montgomery, a brother of Mrs. Sweaney. The f |r5t, second and third grades with their teacher, Mrs. Emerson SweaneJ, held a New Year 's party Friday afternoon. • Poems, songs and gajmes were enjoyed and refreshments were served. Mrs. Walter Leake, teacher of the seventh and eighth and sponsor of the ninth grade, held a combined New Vfear's party in the eighth grade room Friday afternoon. Refreshments were served and games were played. Mrs. Alvine and Miss Kahl, pastors of the Church of God, will be in charge of the Church of God at Gas City, also, this year. Mrs. Alvine aed Miss Kahl alternating theU- services. Mr. Ira Hammer, who has been pastor of the church at Gas City, and who lives hi Overland Park, K. C, has found traveling so difficult he was forced to discontinue his trips to Gas City. FROM STEEL TO RUBRER You can now convert your tractor or any other farm im-^ plement from steel to rubber. For details see us or the Local AAA office. DINTT'S TIRE SHOP U. S. Army Group Ansnrr to l»r»vlunK I'oszle HORIZONTAL 1,6 Depicted, is insigne of the U. S. Army MERCHANDISE 32—Wanted—To Bay PURS AND HIDB8 will be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. NIGHT WATCHMAN—In shop and garage. Man with swae age pre• ferred. Write giving references, or arrange for personal interview. J: E.- Hubtiel, Bonner Springs, Kansas. Phone 177. BUS DRIVERS—Jobs now and postwar. Family men up to 50 years preferred. Experience not necessary. Write giving references, or arrange for i>ersonal interview. J. E. Hubbel, Boimer Springs, Kansas. Phone 177. HELP WANTOD Auto Mechanic Gobd Wages ROSS^ ABEOOSIES GARAGE • TRUCK MECHANIC in smaU shop. Steady work witb ppst-war icto. Opportunity for railroad pension. Write ""^vlng referaices, or arrange for personal: interview: J. E, l^ubbel, Bonner Sjtriogs,' Kansas. Phone 177. — • PULLETS—Gohig into production or laying, and young Jersey cow. Phone 545. TRAVELING BAG—Large size, two suiter. Describe fuUy. Give price. Phone 128 before Saturday noon or hy 10 a. m. Monday. YOUTH BED; also small lavatorv with fittings. Call Steve. Phone 1183. ROOMS FOR RENT 34— Apartments and Flats FURNISHED MODERN 4 rooms, downstairs. Very reasonable to reliable parties. 305 South State. Phone 1234. NICELY FURNISHED downstairs apartment, 3 rooms, garage. 624 Nbrth Chestnut. ONE ROOM with kitchenette, porch, private entrance, utiliUes paid. Inquire at Dr. Curtis' office. Phone 1234. 2-ROOM APARTMENT; sink, private entrance; all bills paid- adul^a. 405 South Buckeye. language 4 Powerful explosive (ab.) 5 12 months, 6 Destiny •' 7 Lubricants 8 Rubber tree 9 Of the thing 14 Heart (Egypt) hearitig 16 Tungsten 29 Mimi$ (ab.) 18 Debit note . . Division r *. 12 Solitary I 13 Those who ail 14 Annex f 15 Gossip I ' 17 Assist' , 19 Existed '21 Regrets, 22 Man's name 23 Symbol for samarium 24 Compass point • (ab.) 25 Maxim ' 20 Coimtries 28 Ostentation] 22 Encompass > 31 Suffix r ' . 25 Encountered 32 Indian army' » (ab.) ' 33Morindin dye 34 Jumbled type 35 Card game^^ 37 Flowers f 39 Half-em ' 40 Therefore , 41 Sea eagles 43 Boat paddles 47 Gaelic 50 Head covering 51 Greedily 53 Beverage 54 Having greater height 58 Eagle's home 58 Change 59 Female horses . VERTICAL 1 Lose color 2 Of greatest • age J 3 International 10 Go from place 26 British ac- 43 Above. to place couht money 44 Ventilates 11 First Chinese 27 Cereal grain 45 Road (ab.-) dynasty 28 Organ of 46 Shut violently 30 It is (contr.) 36 Rent roll 38^aUy forth 41 Exclamation. 42 Polynesian chestnut 48 Observes 49 Babylonian deity 51 Malt drink • 52 Truly 55 Lieutenant (ab.) 57Raih:oad (ab.) Momn MORAN, Jiui. 5—"The San Souci's m^ at tbte home of Mrs. Ina Weast for^thelr New Year's dinner and gift e>ichatige. Election of officers was held and the following officers elected; ?drs.'R. J. Conder- num^ president; Mrs. R. R. Nevltt, vlce-presli^nt,and Mrs. Bessie Skaggs, secretary and treasurer. A lovely dinner afcnd the day together was enJoye<cl very nmch the fol- ibwing mOnbers: Mrs. Otis Lambeth, Bin. HC. VL Ralston, Mrs. Neni Gilliam, ISiB. Claude Taylor, Mrs. Roy Hurle.v, lixs. R. R. Nevltt, iSis. Uoyd WlBslow, Mrs. Bessie Skaggs, Mrs. R. P. Conderman, Via. Fred Bo wen, Mrs.Pruik McAdams, Mrs. Walter OUne, Mrs. Arthur Mendell of Kuisas.'Clty and Mrs. Asher of Parsons were guests of the club and the hostestt Mrs. Ina Weast and daughter, Dorothy. I^e next meeting will b« wli-h Mrs. Claude Taylor, Januftry l^th. Mrs. Elva Meiidel!, Kansas City, came Tuesday nlfht for a visit with relatives |nd friends. Mr. anU Mrs. 'Walter Lacey and Mrs. Lula Freeman were calling on friends in- and near Mildred Thiu-s- day afternoon. S-Sgt. Richard Lambeth who has been stationed at San Diego, Calif- is here visiting relatives and friends. :tle is being transferred to Ft. Sin, Oklahpoma, where he is to attend school for four months. Sgt. and Mrs; R. S. Daugherty were dinner gtie^ts of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Flack Sunday. Mrs. Lloyd ^ Asher of Parsons, who has been here visiting her mother, Mrs. Otis Lambeth and Mr. Lambeth, expects to retxmi home tonight (Friday.) Friend^ are sorry to learn that Mrs. Best is not in her usual health and hope to liear of her improvement. Mrs. Moyne knapp left for Wichita Thursday to care for her daughter Ruth,: who is ill with the mumps. Mrs. Q. E. Lacey is quite sick today and unless she can get relief will have to enter a hospital tonight for. observation. Humboldt I^fews . HUMBOLDT, Jan. 6.—Mrs. Mabel sage received members of the Busi­ ngs and Professional Women's club in- her home Thursday evening, wliien the regular business meeting of, the club was held. Miss Frances Skinner presided. Miss Lois Ann Meath and Mrs. Joseidiine Brown gfive reports of a study of the "Equal Rights Amendment." Dr. Barney Morgan was the guest speaker, and his subject was, "Women's Place in the Dominiclan Rejwbllc." The meeting January 18 will be held at the Coffee Shop. Those attending There a?e now itiore than 100 dude ranches in Wyoming, where they originated. the meeting last night were; Mrs. Mildred Br^ikmeyer, Mrs. Josephine Brown, MisK Irene Decker, Miss Lquise Doty. Mrs. Elizabeth Dres- seh. Miss Pauline Flyim, Miss Elea- tidr Grimwood. Mrs. Margaret Johnson, Mrs. Ruth Kent, Miss Helen Lacy, Ikliss Lois Aim Meath, Miss Kate Moore, Mrs. Carol Morgan, Miss Eva 0'Ck>nnor, Miss Mary Lee Chappie, and the hostess, Mrs. Sage. : Mrs. Vernon Kemmerer was a guest "ITiursday afternoon when l/iis. J. J. Willenburg was hostess to the Ace High bridge club. Mrs. C. W. Carroll played high score-and Mrs. J. A. Campbell played second high. Mrs. Willenburg served refreshments following cards. Mrs; Grace Barrackman will be hostess when the club meets in two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wylie have returned from Compton, Calif., where they have been residing while Mr. Wylie was employed in the defense industry. Mr. and Mrs. Wylie enjoyed California, with the exception of the weather, which made it nec- e^ary for them to leave their new hqme there. Hunftoldt friends welcome them back to Humbcddt. r Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Smith have moved from the Smith home north of town'to the home formerly occupied by them on Osage street, whl«sh they purchased recently from Mrs. Eva Bessier. : Mrs. J. P. Sinclair has purchased the property north of town. Claude Crane has been given a medical discharge from military service and has arrived in Humboldt for a visit with home folks. He was formerly stationed at Midland, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. HUl went to Wichita yesterday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Paul Hill. The news of her death came as a shock to Mr. and Mrs. Hill here. She became ill on Sunday, and was taken to a hospitaL The funeral was held yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Susan Steenbocfc, Mrs. Bert Van Nice, and Miss Grace Van Nice were Chanute shoppers Thursday. The Humboldt Music club will meet Monday afternoon at 3:15 at the Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. George Bunn of Bartlesville, and Mrs. Maude Brenner of Waterville, came Thursday, called here by the death of thel? brother, Pi-ed Eastham. LOCAL PBODCCB Gradad Eggs: No 1 37c No. 2 32c Checks 30c Ungraded .35c No. 1 Butterfat 470 No. 2 Butterfat _ 44c Sweet Cream _. —50c Hens, 4-5 lb.s 21c No. 1 Light Hens, under 4 lbs 19c' Heavy bred springs, 2 lbs. up —240 Light springs, 3 lbs. and up 23o All cocks and stags, lb 14o All classes No. 2 Poultry, 8c lb. less Green Hides lOO FREE REMOVAL -OF- Dead Horses - Cattle-Hogs HELP SALYACf WASTE FATS JFOR Telephone 638 ^^^^ lOLA m WORKS WASHTUSBS Destiny Rides Again BY LESLIE TURNER / THEY'lL RPACH THE TARGET Y IN THE LATE AFTERNOOW, EASY YOU'LL FOLLOW I OREAD WAITING TO START MORE THAN THE MISSION ITSELF, COLONEL'. ALLEY OOP T— The General Doesn^t Get It LjOOK ,SCi«.TX>rr BE ^ SCAPED OR TVWr MOOVIAsM ABMP/.' ThiEV WCMT HUBT MOST OF AJSELMV. FKIEMDS' BY V. T. HAMLIN VOL) SKIP UP TO TH' PROMT . AM' TEIXTH' GEMEPALS TO ^ LET TW' IKKADERS COME BVSMTONTHRU.. , rULTAKE CARE, , _ I • ( OF OL' GUZ WHENf ? V HEGETSHB2ETO TH PALACE./ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS How It Works BT JV^RRILL BLOSSER CmVDREt4 DON'T ASK TO 3B BROU<5HT INTO THIS WORLD, SO WE" SHOULO MAKE LIFe AS PLEASANT AS POSSiBLE FOR lU£tM Ryz THAT REASON, we LET JUMIOR EWJOV •-EXPRESSOM] X ThflK}< 1 HEAR. SOUWD.' THE NEXTTIME I siTsnu,

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