The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 12, 1945 · Page 5
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Friday, January 12, 1945
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ANNOUNCEMENTS ComlnE Sales Dates « WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17—T. D. Minor sale, 6 mUes south, 3 miles east of Tola, 11 a. m.»See large ad to Register Friday, January 12. FRIDAY, JAN. 19—Samuel S. Stanley Sale, 5'i miles south and 1 mile east ol Moran at 11 a. m. See large ad in Register Tuesday, January 16. AUTOMOTIVE S— AntomobUes For Sale 70 Genuine Ford BATTERIES Five sizes. Pit practically every car iind |>oclcetbook. Good stock of SEAT COVERS ELLIOTT MOTOR CO. H^UJNI^ 89:J 20.5 S. JEFF. ft—Ants Accessories, tlitm. Parte Autl-Freeze, $1.00 Gallon. WILSDNSEBVXCE :iOi Nortii Wu,slilngton (JOOU USED PARTS I'lONKEH AUTO SALVAGE 1!17 Noulh >jt. -Phene 969 QUICKIES By Ken ReyiioTds Jihnnboldt lllews "Look!—an automotlc drier I got with a Register Want Ad! LIVESTOCK BUSINESS SERVICE q_ServlrM Offered PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING Passenger Tire Recapping. TRACTOR Tire Service Complete. Dun lop Tire Store Floyd "Chig" lor. Eu.'.i. St. Mann Phone 156 .SF:AL YOUR RADIATORS and cracked blocks lor 25 cents. Plenty of good Sinclair alcohol. Service •station and grocery for sale. Ed, 823 South Washington. .^aINNEAPOUS-MOLINE REPAIRS AND SERVICE Repair your machinery early. HISEH IMPLEMENT CO. N. Jefferson , . Phone 63 EMPLOYMENT 1.-J—Help Wanted— Female COOK WANTED—Man or woman. Durand Hotel. Good wages, room and board. Oscaf Brandon, Yates Center, Kas. HELP WANTED—Woman (White), to attend middle-aged lady and care for modern home, six days each week. Ironing, no laundry, idom and board. Wages. References. Write to Box 506, LeRoy, Kansas. 14—Help Wanted— Male DRIVER for Cory Taxi. Bee Feme l,o!tiii, 206 South street.' WANTED A DAIRY FARMER over :i8. with .some family help, 111 opiTu'c 250 acre dairy farm with 2 .sllo.s. 2 barns, electricity, iiiilkin); iiiHchlne, about 60 good cow.s, on shares. References re- (liiircd. This is a bottom farm iibcnil 7 mlle.s east of Springfield, Mo. Write B. Wallls, 1734 South Campbell St., Springfield, Mo. 15—Situations Wanted—Female NEEDED AT ONCE by high school i;irl: place to work for room and boaid; cafe or store work considered. Phone 752M. Ask for Peggy. FINANCIAL ZZ—Poultry and BoppUet SINGLE COMB RED ROOSTERS for sale. D. R. Peter, 1 mile north of lola on State. 50 WHITE WYANDOTTE chickens for sale. N. T. Ollbert, Oas City. MERCHANDISE 24—Articles For Sale ONE BOX BED, 7 ft. by 10 ft.. 4 ft. high, for sale. InquUre Corr Ti-ans- fer, 208 North street. WOOD HEATER and Quick Meal gas range. Floyd Groomer, 414 South Oak. 12x16 BROODER HOUSE for sale. 4 miles .south, % east of Country club. Glen Porter. 27—Feed, Fnel, Fertilizers COAL AS USUAL—Prompt delivery. J. D. Judah, 810 South Washing» ton, lola. Phone 774. NO. 1 PRAIRIE HAY for sale, $14 a ton. >-i east, 2H south of Gas. Glen Maley. 18% IMCO Economy lay mash, $3.00 cwt. lola Milling Co. 28—HoDseliold Goods WE BUY. TRADE, seU, household goods • and other articles. Hen- nlnger's. West Madison. WE BUY, SELL and exchange furniture, stoves, sewing machines. Curtis Furniture. 30— MnsicaL Radio TRUMPET for sale; Pan American, silver plated. Alvin J. Knepp. Phone 1224J. 32—Wanted—To Buy FURS AND HIDES Will be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. WANT TO BUY— A buzz saw. Phone _948F21. Harry Smoot. ^ Real Estate for Rent 38—Wanted—To Rent LARGE HOUSE, close to town. Inquire at 326 South Kentucky. 18—Money to Loan—Insnranec INSURANCE, Surety Bonds, Real E.state, Farm Loans, Notary Public. The R. L. Thompson Agency. INSURANCE, Real Estate, Bonds. Farm and City Loans. Charles M. Funk. LIVESTOCK 21—Horses, Cattle, IlfnscelUneoas MARE, coming 10-year-old. sound and gentle. George Carney, l'^ miles west Bayard. YEARLING whitefaced bull calf for .sale. 1 mile west. 3 north La- Harpe. Tom Sherwood. 22—Poultry and SnppUes ARE YOUR HENS LAZY? Sluggish systems mean low egg l>roduction. Give, your hens My- Ko-Crums 10 days In feed, and see how last they pick up. GoodseU Hatchery, Gas, Kans. NEW SHIPMENT of Macomb brooder stoves; gas, electric, and oil. Buy early. Limited supply of each. Taylor Hatcheries. WANT TO RENT—80 or 160 acre farm near lola. Write R. W. Crisp, Weir, Kansas. WANTED TO RENT—Up to 200 acres suitable land for flax, or com. Please write Box 90, care Register. Real Estate for Sale 40— Farms and Land Per 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 Coimty, Kansas, nine miles northwest of Humboldt, will sell in tracts at public auction at Court House in Yates Center. Kansas, on Monday, January 29th, at 10:00 A. M. Further information see R. B. Smith, Attorney, Chanute, Kansas. MEN WANTED For Right-of-Way Qearing: to Begin Jan. 18th GOOD WAGES Apply At The CO-OPERATIVE POWER & LIGHT CO. . 109 W. Madison Attention Dairymen ICO COW STANCHIONS—Just Arrived—They were ordered last Jane. Get them now. When these are gone you may guess how long it will take to get some more for ycu. SHANNON & SHANNON HA^WARE Phone 29—Forty-Eighth Year—Phone 29 Real Estate for Sale 4ft— FamiB and Land For Sale FOR SALE— The Marshall 140-acrc lerm, 1 mile .south of Colony, Kas. Inspect it—make your best offer, at once. W. R. Taylor, Box 72, Carthage, Mo. IMPROVED FARMS for sale; also 320 acres pasture; 240 acres pasture; possession: cash or terms. See D. D. BramweU. Kelley Hotel, evenings this .week. ' - 164 ACRES, extra good, level, productive land; all but 2 acres can be farmed with tractor; school bouse, -i; mile east of Leanna is on north line of farm. This farm has always been paying good rate of Interest rented. Price $5500.00. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington, lola. 41— Houses For Sale MODERN 5-room house; will trade tor 1941 cai- or wiU seU. 715 South Sycamore. 8-ROOM HOUSE for .sale, cheap; gas, water, electricity. The Archer Co. Phone 304. 5-ROOM HOUSE, screened and glassed in back porch, good garage; fine location with lots of nice shrubbery. Phone 899. 44—Wanted—To Boy WILL PAY CASH for small modern home, close in. Phone 150J. 44—Wanted—To Bay MODERN SUBURBAN in loU in good condition. Mrs. Rolla Cheefver, Colony, Kansas, phone 116. KESOURCEFUL YANKS Near Wlltz, Luxembourg, Jan. 11. (delayed) (AP)—A stock of girls- white, filmy panties and men's long underwear found in an attic storeroom provided .substitute camouflage equipment on this snowy front today for one American unit. The men draped the panties over their helmets, pulled the underwear over their regular uniforms. The scheme was dreamed up by Maj. Richard M. Lynch of Pasadena, Calif., in heu of regular snow camouflage. .^HUMBOLDT, sJan. 12.—James Arthur SAith has jiist cdmpleted a flpe Job of redecorating the base- im «t of the Methodist church. The b^Hiement .auditorlum-dinhig room is^llnlshed to. colonial yellow, with a ba^ of southern cedar. This Is repeated, on the, columns of the-dining room. The kitchen is dtAiri In a Eo^'iustel green with white, and flopr of drab-gray. The outside entry' to the basement is of cement, but Mr. Smith has ^ done ah extel- leiH Job of grahiing, and the \at&l eftiect Is of oak flooring. This feat- ui!^ is repeated in the church parlor oir the' same floor,; with A teven- inyb simulated base; board wi^ the sai^e treatment. A fine coat of vajulsh completes this floor treatment. The men's, rest room was given a special donation in the mat- tei' of art. There you will see Mt. St^jasta, Vernal Falls, Mirror Lake, ai^'El Capitan .mountain, done in natural colorings, and copied from platings of those: places, which M^. Smith does in free hand draw- to*. ... The, Better Hom0s unit of the Fenn''Bureau met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mr». W. C. C^dweh, president of the organization. B4rs. Cdldwell presided over the meeting, which opened with the Crepd. given in unison. The lesson Wtii$ given by Annabelle Dickinson. Home Demonstration agent, and cc^Isted of the "Outlook for 1945." At roll call memberis responded with a;New Year's resolution they had m^de. ' Miss Nelll? DroUInger was re*:reatlonal director for the occas-' Icyn. Two new members were en- Killed at this meeting. Mrs. H. O. HarrU and Mrs. E. R. Williams. P^an? were made f6r a covered dish d&iner at the next meeting, which wjll be held at the home of Mrs. E* R. Williams dn February 13. T|iis win also be gyest day. The Wednesday night bridge club ttiet at the home :of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. A"dams. They had for their gtjests for the occasion Mr. and Ifys. W. C. Shaffer, and Mrs. Grace Barrackman. Members in attend- afice were Dr. and'Mrs. A. C. Ster- USE REGISTER WANT-ADS THET PAYl ' DAILY SATES (Minimum ,15 Words) ONE DAY: Per word THREE DAYS: Per word per day SIX DAYS: Per word per day . ..20 -IHo _.lo DISPLAY-HATES (Minimum One Inch) ONE DAY: ' Per inch THREE DAYS: Per inch ..50c ..46c CONTRACT RATES (Minimum 3 Unes) 26 DAYS: Per line per day (9 Itoes to the toch) ..4c CLOSING TIME Want Ads will be accepted un- •tll 1 p. m. for that day's Insertion except Saturday when they must be received by 10 I a. m. PkONE 18 FROM STEEL TO RUBBER You can now convert your trasjtor or any other farm implement from .steel to rubber^ For detail.s .see u.s or the LocafAAA dffice. DINTY^S TjDRE SHOP ATTENTIOFf; FARMERS! NEW TRACTORS AND IMPLEMENTS ARE SCARCE We have the repairs to keep,your present tractors and implements in operation. Mechanics available for those who do not wish to do their o'wn work. JOHN DEERE IMPLEMENT DEPT. 3UD WHITE MOTOR COMPANY Service CHEVROLET s_,„ ^"^"'^ JOHN DEERg Passenger Tire Vulcatfizing (2.DAY SERVICE) Tractor Tire Recapping lOLA HOME & AUTO SUPPLY FIRESTONE STORE PHONE 43 SOITTH SIDE BQUABE Use, Mr.^Nid Mn..R. S. Tbqmat, Ut. axUtUrai wTlb Ke&» Mrj and Mi's. C. W, CamlV mdtMhoata, Mr and Mn .^dMM: mg)x-«xm for the men Kent to Sffir. Sent, ana Mnr. Adams; pta5red high for the ladies. RefreshmiBrits were served following cards. . : " " • iii. and.; Mrs. Gafoe Crundeton were hosts';at a dinner Wednesday ni^ht aft t^^ home honoring their dS:iighter, Was Btory Lou, whose tenth birttO ^ay was .celebratM at that' time. ^A special feature of the dinner was the beautiful birthday cake,' whicii was lighted with tert caiicUes. tii^ guest list includtti Mr. and Mi?.. Otis Wilhite, Mr^. Joe Dftvldson, ^djss Maxine McAnulty, M)ss itorjorle Hill. Connie CUne, arid the hc'nore© Miss Marj Lou Cjuncleton.' FAOB^FIVS! lElsmore enings Dick Baird and Lyle Tipple spent the week-end and New Year's day at; the Fre^ Tipple home. Ensign O.^C. Jftckson and wife of Pensacola. Pla.. atmoimce the birth of a baby hoy born January 6; • Mr. arid*Mrs. Fred Tipple and family spen^ Monday levening at the Emil Seast^t home. A blrthdjiy party was given in honor of LtjVance Carlson Wednesday the home of Sir. and Mrs. Pred JCunningham Jr. Those present wefe:" Elonore and Elvin B6tU. DortHhy Erlcson, OUve But- tex. Virginia. Rose Setterstrom, Celeste Ericson, Nina Lee Thompson. Evalyn Car^n. Doris Swanson. J. Edwivrd antt Deane Swanson. Leon-; arcl Carlsoii Charles Lash, Arnold hie Johnsofi. Edward Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Prilllip Bland. Wllbert Setterstrom. who has been working In |Whlte City Is spending a few weelCA, at home. Mr. Alvin* Erlcson is confined to hL'i home wi^h a case of the mumps. tdCAI. FBODUai Qna»A Eggs: No. 1 No. 2 = Checks Ungraded - No. 1 Butterftrt— — No. 3 Bottortat Sweet Cream — Hens, 4-5 lbs. .. No. 1 Light Hens, tinder 4 lbs___19c Heavy bred sprtnga. 2 U JB . up —a4c Light Bprlngs. a Ibd. and up a8c AU co<*s and stags, lb 16c AU classes Na 2 Poultry. 3c lb. less Green Hides . : -10c ....36c ....31c ....29c ....34c _47c _44c _60c ....21c and choice yearlings 12 .50; 5 cars good and'choice ewes 7.50. KansM City Livestock Kansas City, Jan. 12. (AP)— (WPA)—Cattle 1.000: calves salable 150. total 200; generaUy steady on all classes; odd. head medium and good slaughter steers and yearlings j 11.50-13.25; cows comprised bulk of j pasture lambs 14.75-16.00; scattered lots trucked in natives 14.50; godd and choice yearlings 12.50; 5 cars good and choice' slaughter ewes 7.50. Kansas City Prodnee Kanias Oily. Jan. 12. (AP)—Produce: AH prices unchanged. Kansas City Grain Kansas Cityi Jan. 12. (AP)— Wheat' lower to % higher; No. 2 dark hard nom 1.58>'j-1.76; No. 2 red nom i .67 %-1 .7e''/.. Com unchanged; No. 2 white nom 1.25-153%; No. 2 jeilow 1.13%: No. 2 mixed 1.61%. . Oats' unchanged: No. 2 wlilte riom •n-80. - • • Milo maize 1.87-1.P5. kaiir 1 .87. . Rye nom 1.15*,'j-l.lfi>-.-. Barley 1.15-1.18. K. C. Estimated Receipts Kansas City, Jan. 12. (AP)—Advance estimated livestoclc" receipts for tomorrow: cattle 100; calves 50; hcgs 100: sh^ep none. CLOSE smvz Smoky Hills Army Air Base, Kan- saA. Jan. 12.; (AP)—Barracks mates of T-5 Alfred Slxta swear he shjived carefully before a steamed- up mirror for five minutes' before discovering ihere was ho blade In his razor. , K. C. Livestock Close Kansas City. Jan. 12. lAP) — (WPA)—Cattle unchanged. Hogs unchanged. Sheep active. klllliiK claisses fully steady; too fed lambs and wheat pasture offerings 15.00; others 14.75; odd lotA good and choice natives 14.60-76: clipped lambs with No. 1 nnd fa]i'jihojrn skins tl4.30-65; good NO BEAR MARKET New York. Jan. 12. (AP)—A black bear—dead—turned up in the Pul- tok fish market. Dealer Frank W. Wilklsson. who rim; cutter, common and medium j received the animal as a present lots 750-10.50; few head medium and; from a Baltimore. Md.. fish dealer. good 11.00-12.30: canners 5.50-6.50; medium and good sausage bulls 10.25-11.75; odd head good beef kmd allowed he.might auction the meat and skin, but state conservation department inspectors stepped In and 12.00-25; good and choice vealers ! confiscated, the ,bruin—it "lacked a 13.00-14J>0; medium and good slaughter, calves 10.00-13.00: light stockers and feeders carried over in (dealers pens. Hogs 1.000: rather slow, steady to Weak: largely shipper market: good and choice 180 lbs. up mostly 14.50: other weights scarce, sows 13.75. "Sheep 3.000: active, killing ftUly steady; good and choice wheat transportation license. There'll still be bear steaks. Inspector William H. Winters said the animal would be given to a vetei"- ans' hospital. Fcur branches of the Bach family were known at the beginning of the 18th century. They remained important in music for 200 years. 'Springfield. Mass.. has more trnes in proportion to population chao i any other /American city. . FREE REMOVAL -OF- Dead Horses«Cattle •* Hogs HELP SALVAGE WASTE FATS FOR E)(P10$IVES Telephone 638 lOLAR] WASJETUBBS CAN'T I ^LAME THOSE NIP V HERE FIGHTERS FOR HESir/UIN'... ^ "'""^ I WOULDN'T BE TOO ANXIOUS TO WAOf INONONEOF THESE SABIES tITH— Busy Day As A FEW ^ DART INTO RANGE, REMOTE I CONTROLLED GUNS POUR I A WITHERING BlASTOf FIRE FROM THE SUPEftfORTS BY LESLIS TURNER BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Almost Too Much BY EDGAR MART!!^ 1 'rtM^ _ij ! —•. ——• •— FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Opportunity Knocks BT AffiR^LL BLOSSER IVB'6e€N SABOTAGED, —fir IF VOU H.EP TO YOUC 5TUC 5 IES, LMWEBRAIN. YOU'D BE- ELIGIBLE / ^ sruoyiNG IS/- IT POSITIVELY i\tJOiui ITS A VMUSTE OP VALUABLF> -/I YC Be. IF vou GOT WHILE YOU v /ERE DOIN6 IT/ READ THIS ''"HELP WANTED:' HlGM SCHOOL STUDENT MINO YOUNGSTER WMlLF f^e.'.jrS ARE AWAY EvEM.Mes. Ri 'a»<r STUDENT CAN OO HOMEWORK ATSAMe TiMfe. AND LEARN WHILE HE EARNS,$10 PER WEEK • AOORESS

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