The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 13, 1945 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, January 13, 1945
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•nm 101^ MBQMBIt/gMmPAV EVEWINQi JANUARY U; 1945. ANNOUNeEMENTS OotninK Salor Dates WEDNESDAY. JAN. 17—T. D. Minor sale, 6 miles south, 3 miles east of Ida, U m. See large ad In Reg- iKtor Friday, January 12, FRIDAY, JAN, 19—Samuel S, Start ley SaleJ .'5% miles south and 1 mlh* tastl of Moran at 11 a. m. See In Register Tuesday, |16. large ud .January AUTOMOTIVE S—Antomobilea F»r Sale Chevrolet .Sales- Service j John Deere BUD WHITE MOTOR CO. Phone 60 Jmplenlent Dept. Phone 925 MODEL AJ PORD^Excellent th-es. .See it at Hudson PiUlng Station from 3 t|) 9 p. m. 70 (Genuine Ford BATTERIES TWf sizes. Pit practically every f!ar and pocketbook. Good stock of SEAT COVERS ELLIOTT MOTOR CO. PHONE 89:i 205 S. JEFF. QUICK! ^ Ken Reynolds •I see you're reading The Register Want Ads—you're hired!' EMPLOYMENT 15—Sl.tnationa Wanted—Female 6—Anto Accessorlea; Tlre« Fwta riRADE III TIRFvS OITIES SERVICE :(01 N. Washington nOOD U.SED PARTS PTONEER AUTO SALVAGE ai7 .Mouili St.—Phone 969 trnUCK TIRES TUACTOR TIRES Oli on all Truck WlieeLs fOLA HOME & AUTO SUPPLY it'ire.slone Store) Phone 43 South Side Square BUSINESS SERVICE 9—Servldes Offered PASSENGER TIRE I VULCANIZING PaMifUger Tire Recapping. TRACTOR Tirri Service Complete. Duiilop Tire Store Plbyil "Chlg" Maiui lO.'i East St, Phone 15C NEEDED AT ONCE by high school girl: place to work for room and board; cafe or store work considered. Phono 752M. Ask ior Peggy. FmANCIAL 18— Money to Loan—Insanuioe INSURANCE, Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Farm Loans, Notary Public. The R. L. Thompson Agency. INSURANCE, Real Estate, Bonds, Farm and City Loans. Charles M. Punk. MERCHANDISE 27— Feed, Fnel, FwtUisen COAL AS USUAL—Prompt delivery. J. D. Judah, 810 South Washtag- ton, lola. Phone 774. NO. 1 PRAIRIE HAY for sale, $14 a ton. Vi east, 2',4 south of Gas. Glen Maley. 18% IMCO Economy lay mash, $3.00 cwt. lola Milling Co. 28—Household Gooda LIVESTOCK 21— Horses, Cattle, Miscellaneons MARE, coming 10-year-old, sound and gentle. George Carney, 1K> miles west Bayard. YEARLING whltefaced bull calf for sale. 1 mile west, 3 north La- Harpe. Tom Sherwood. 22—Poultry and Supplies I SEAL YOUR RADIATORS and .cracked blocks for 25 cents. Plenty ol good {Sinclair alcohol. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington. MINNEAPOLIS-MOLINE REPAIRS AND SERVICE Repair] your machinery early. HISER IMPLEMENT CO. •.;24 N. Jefferson Phone 63 EMPLOYMENf 14—Help Wanted—Hale i WANTED A DAIRY PA^ER Over 38, with .soi^ family help, to operate 250 acrt-jdalry farm with 2 .silos, 2 bariiSr electricity, milking inachJne, about 50 good cows, onj shares. References re- (jiiired. This is a bottom farm iibout 7 liniles east of Springfield, Mo, Wrltie B. Wallls, 1734 South Ciimpbell| St„ Springfield,. Mo. ^ 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. WANTED—Black Au-^tralorp cockerels for breeders. Taylor Hatcheries. 50 WHITE WYANDOTTE chickens for sale. N. T. Gilbert, Gas City. MERCHANDISE 24—Articles For Sale FILES AND FLUES for 100 lb. and 200 lb. Wai-m Morning heating stoves; also one gallon syrup pails. S. C. Knight & Sons Hdw., Moran. ONE BOX BED, 7 ft. by 10 ft., 4 ft. high, for sale. Inquire Corr Transfer, 208 North street. TAN CAMEL HAIR COAT, size 14, good condition. Schojnaker Grocery, Gas City. Phone 956F32. WOOD HEATER and Quick Meal gas range. Floyd Groomer, 414 South Oak. 12x16 BROODER HOUSE for sale. 4 miles south, W east of Country club. Olen Porter. Attention Dairymen 100 cow STANCHI0N»--Ju8t Arrived—They were ordered June. Get them now. When these are gone you may ffuess how long It will take to get some more for you. ; S HAN NON & SHAHNON HARDWARE Phone 29—Forty-Eighth Year—Phone 29 WJINTED .Fo]' War Work in OM^ Plant Right Here in Tola. Apply at Office NOTICE This work And our plant officially classified by the U. S. Government as essential war work, same clas- •sification as defense plants. PET MILK CO 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. sUver plated. Alvin J. Knepp. Phone 1224J. 32— Wanted—To Buy [PURS AND HIDES Will l)e at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Slaaxp. PIANO WANTED AT ONCE I wiU pay cash for small or met dium sized piano. Must be plain case. Might consider a spinet or .small grand piano. Reply to'Box 91. care this newspaper. Advise make and best cash arice. Real Estate for Rent 38—Wanted—To Rent WANT TO RENT—80 or 160 acre farm near lola. Write R. W. Crisp, Weir, Kansas. Rc^ Estate for Rent 3S—W«nt^d^T» Beiit WANTED to RENT—Dp to 200 acres' suitiabla land ^ for flaz.^ or com^ Please* write box 90, care Register. Real Estate fdr Sale 4»-Jgiam» KoA Land Far Salt FOR SALE—The MarsbaU I'^rWre farm^ 1 mile south of Colony, Kas. Inspect iti -make yoUr best otfo*, at otice. W. R.: Taylor, Box 72, Cartljage, Mo. rAGff THREE LaHarpe iMiPRQVED FARMS for sale; also 320 acres pasture; 340 aore» Bbs- ture;. possession; cash or tems. See D. D. BramweU,'Kelley Hotel, evenings this week. SAl^E IN PARTITION SUIT —I-RIBBERNOW ESTATE Over f,800 acres—large amoimt of No. ispastiu-e land, one well-Improved stock farm-;-located in Woodson County, karisas, nine miles |iorthwest of Humboldt, will sell in tracts at public auction at Court; House In Yates Center, Kans8^, on Monday, January 29th, at 10:^ A. M. Further hifonnatlon see R; B. Smith, Attorney, Chanute, ICansas. 164 A(|RES, 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 faiin. This farm has always been paying good rate of hiterest rented. Price S5500.00. Ed Uess, 823 South Washington, lola. 41— ^onses For SUe MODERN 5-room iiouse; will trade for 1641 car or will sell. 715 South Sycaipore. FEW TWO-STORY modem houses: well aocated. Priced to sell. Chas. M. Fpnk. SE\'ERAL SMALL HOUSES, 4 and 5 ro<)ms, priced leis than $800. Chasr M. Funk. 8-ROOM HOUSE for; sale, cheap; gas, water, electricity. The Archer Co. Phone 304. 5-ROO&I HOUSE, screened and glass^ in back porch, good garage; fine ^location with - lots of nice shrubbery. Phone 899. 44— Wanted—To Buy MODERN SUBURBAN 'in lola in good condition. Mrs. Rolla Cheever, Coloity, Kansas, phone 116. IT'S KSrPT COOKING The favorite soup of French peasants, pot-au-feu, is a dish that goes on forever. It is kept on the stove and c»3ked for years, with the women, just addhig Jeft overs to the pot and keeping it cooking. MEN WANTED For Right-of-Way Clearing to Begin Jfln. 18th GOOD WAGES . Apply At The ^CO-OPERATIVE POWER & LIGHT CO. 109 W. Madison Carpenter Work Wanted NEW AND REPAIR ESTIMATES FREE GUY WALKER Box 492 GARNETT, KAS,. - or Phone 297 Expect to Make lola My Home fn the Near Future, U. S. Navy Air Unit Annwrr fo Prrvloux I'u»lr HORIZONTAL VERTICAL 1 Depicted is 1 Chief god of insigne of Memphis -Squadron 2Aircraft 33, U. S. 3 Camera stand naval aviation 1 Crimson 7 Its are always ready fdr action, 13 Rounded 14 Peiish 15 Dry 16 Carry (coll.) 19 Lath 20 Jump on one • foot 21 i^esthetics ^ 23 German river \l S^^^^"^,. 5 Overtime ^ab.) 6 Native of Latvia 7 Equal SNine (Roman) 9 Lord Privy Seal (ab.) 10 Lubricators 11 English street car 24 Possess 26^ilor 28 Helped * 30 Stair part 33 Symbol lor . samariimt 34Moiindin dye 35 Part of "be" 36Rdui^lava. 37 Extra 39 Birds'homes 41 Essence (ab.) 420btaln 43 Vehicle 45 Rare SOWinglike part] 53 Oiieratic solo 55 Type of f molding 56 In bed 57 Finisliinc ' tool . O 59 Dangled 61 King'staome 62yictiiiuof -^leproyT 17 Exclamation 18 Symbol for tellurium 21 Without end 22 Unusual 25 Haion 27 Girl's name 28 On^er 29 Little demon 31.Din^ 32 Abyssinian priijce 38 Anfenna 40 Horse barn 43 Fish 44 Sp^ce 46 Center 47 Symbol for silver „ 48 Music ndle 49 Pi-lson room > 51 Look askiahcc 52 Addends S4 Wiiie vessel 56 Swiss mountain 58duto£ • (jprefix). , 60 Whirlwind r LAHARPE, Jan. 12—Mrs. Wm; Shaughnessy received an announcement of the comlAg marriage ol Miss Jban Wright, their granddaughter and Leonard M. Purcell, both oi Kansas City. The wedding will take place Sunday, Jan. 14, at the Methodist church in Kansas City, Mo. Mr. , Oscar Fulkerson returned home &om Mason City, Iowa; where he had been employed. He reports zero and sub zero weather., Mr. Fulkerfion goes to Barnsdall, Okla., Friday- Mrs. Carson, who was In lola during: the recent illness and death of her; mother, Mrs. Gillespie, was in LaHarpe Friday. Mrs. Carson was ciiled to Kansas City, Dec. 24 to attend thefuneral of a niece. She Is living in Burlington, Kan^, at present. Mrs. Effle Pettit of lola, who has been Visiting her son, Mr. Cecil Pettit-and family in Cleveland, Ohio, the past two months returned to lola last, Thiu-sday. She was accompanied- home by Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pettit and baby. Cecil is Ije- ing transferred back to Wichita, where: he was formerly employed. He .aiid his mother were calling on Mr. ^d Mrs: Tora. Green, who had Ijeen Karing fortheir dog. Mr. and Mrs. 'Cecil Pettit left for Wichita Thursday evening. The little granddaughter is • remaining with Mrs. Effie,'Pettit for a few days. Mr., and^ Mrs. D. D. Hartley who are spending the winter in lola, were . in LaHarpe Friday. Mrs. Hartley attended the Philathea luncheon and the Women's Christian Service meeting, held at the Meth(5dist church. • Mr.: and Mrs; Sylvester Holdhig and ^on Larry- of Kincaid, were dinnei"*&uests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Richardson Friday. Mrs. Holding is a s^ister of Mrs. Richardson, who acconysanied them home^to spend the Week-end visiting the Holding family and also, her mother, Mrs. Joana Woolery. ReVi and Mrs. Nicholson will hold services at the Christian church Sundify evening. Jan. 14. Good mu- .slc, si'hging and sermon. You are Invltetl. Mary Frances Coykendall, teacher in rural school and brother Rlch- ^d werp sbotH3ing in LaHarpe ^edhiesday. , Mrs. Maude Yokum and daughter BiaJie. of lola, were visiting Mr. sind Mrs. Lowell Baumunk Wednesday. . ; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevehson received the overseas address for theh- spn, Buddie. He is with Co. K ihfantry. The community wishes him a safe return. ;Mr8. Etta Shepley spent the weekend iiv lola with her sister, Mrs. K. Erarts and'Mr. Evarts. , Pvt. 1-c Delberl Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Johnson ar- i^ved Thursday evening for a few days' visit. Pvt. Johnson Is from Psrt Monmouth, N. J. ; George Ensminger returned from Leavenworth Wednesday evening. Ijte had been up for physical examination. i\ birthday surprise was planned ahd carried out iSiesday evening by the friends of Mr. Mervin Glass, 'fhose enjoying the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Hoke, Mrs. Don Payne. Refreshments were served ^d a social time was enjoyed. How old was Methuselah when he died? is the question for Sunday evening at the Baptist church, dome and enjoy these discussions. Postmaster and Mrs. Peterson were dinner guests of Mrs. Peterson's sister. Mrs. Ralph Biggs and family of Tola in honor of Lieut, and Mrs. Donald Chicken. Lieut. Qhicken came from Las Vagas, Nev., and left Tuesday for Lincoln, llebr.. for his new assignment. He is a pilot on a B-29. Mrs. Chicken iS a daughter of Mrs. Biggs and the Chicken family formerly lived north of LaHarpe. -Mrs. Ralph Cory spent Thursday in Gas City with her mother. Mrs. •jhornton, .-Miss Ellen Edmondston of Topeka s§ent Thursday and Thursday night with her friend, Mrs. Kenneth P^addock, i'The sale of Tuberculosis Seals for the city of LaHarpe and rural riiu^ ainounted' to $68.14.' There is still time for more- contributions. Mrs. ."thelma Moore and Miss Edith Stapleton were in lola Thursday on business. The Red Cross Chapter will hold its annual meeting Thursday, Jan. 18, at th^ city hall in the afternoon. , Election of officers,, reports of coifamittees and plans for the new year. Plan to attend. Mrs. Ted Curtln and son Kenneth, south of LaHarpe, were both ill the past week. •S NO JOKE! Pompey. N. Y., Jan. 13. (AP)— Roy Clark, one of a gang of shovelers attempting to clear a road of drifts ranging from six to 17 feet in depth, was asked how long it would take to complete the Job. "We ought to fetch it by spring," Roy answered. "I figm-e we're about down to the 1941 layer now. Theie shouldn't be more than two years' snow under that." LOCAL PRODUCE Graded Eggs: No. 1 No; 2 Checks Ungraded No. 1 Butterlat No. 3 Butterlat — Sweet Cream 35c 30c .28c 33i- _47o -440 _BOc Hens, 4-5 lbs 21c No. 1 Light Hens, under 4 lbs .-.Iflc Heavy bred springs, 2 lbs. up — Mo Light springs, 3 Ib«. and up 23c All cocks and stags, lb 16c All classes No. 3 Poultry, 3c lb. less Green Hldea 10c It I .S to put the jwds of Uv iVuit of the sand-box tiTf In .siilf ;i glass showcase, since they are <•>: plosive. FREE REMOVAL -OF- Dead Horses-Cattle-Hogs WASTE FATS FOR Telephone 633 WASHTOBBS 3^ He Means Business BY LESLIE TURNER BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Thinking Out Loud BY EDGAR MARTIN THKV THKK TvVAt \S 60 fOS.. -^Ht UW't. VAt, \ R^D RYDER On the Trail BY FRED HARMAi^ LHUE BEAVER •• ISW _.;ArD A NAVAJQ EAR PEl^DANT-' IT APPEAR&JP^yV-LOOSE.' TRAIL LEAD5TrilsV I WAT-HE/^U6TA6EEf^) ALLEY OOP Strange Reception BY V.T.HAMLIN FHECELES AND H» FRIENDS 7^. On the Hook BY INSSRmLL BLOSSER iTfe.TMe WOMAN WHO ADVERTISES) f OB. SOMEONE TO ' MIND H£R KID,' —AND you 'fjE JUST THC , BOy WE^RE LOOKING .FOP./ IP YOU WILL COME To *M we CAN MAKE ALL JUST A MiNgTE. LADV-- )OP COURSE I D<:>»TEVEM KNOW, y VOU 00--- ^i-ri-SE VOU LIVE,' ^^'^ ^"^^^^ HEpr jusr TWO DAYS, AGO/

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