The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 15, 1945 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Monday, January 15, 1945
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lOLA, KANSAg Ads ANNOUNCEMENTS Coming Sales Dates WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17—Heath and Brown sale, 6 miles north, 1 east Mornn; or 1 south and 1 east of Mildred on Vincent Heath fann. By Ken Reynolds WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17—T. D. Minor sale, 6 miles south, 3 miles east of lola, 11 a. m. See large ad in Register Friday, January 12. FRIDAY, JAN. 19—Samuel S. Stanley Sale, 5V J miles south and 1 mile of Mo ran at 11 a. m. See large ad in Register Tuesday, January 16. - " 3A—For Sale or Trade COLEMAN oil lieater. like new. 1 Dille west, 1 south of Colony. Earl .Van Wie. " AUTOMOTIVE 6—Antomoblles For Sale MODEL A FORD—Excellent tires, .••'.ee if at Hudson Pilling Station nom 3 to 9 p. m^ S—Aato Accessories, Tlre^ Paris GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAGE 817 .South St.—Phone 969 When You puy New Tires BUY ACME niicktrt by Cities Service. WILSONSERVICE :j 01 N. Washington BUSINESS SERVICE Services Offered PASSENGER 'J IRE VULCANIZING Paii .jiiger Tire Recapping. TRACTOR Tiif Stivice Complete. lJuiilop Tire Store f-'loyd '•Cliig" Mann 10,0 Ea::t .St. Phone 156 I SEAL YOUR RADIATORS and cracked blocks for 25 cents. Plenty of ujMd Sinclair alcohol. Ed Hess, H23 .South Washington. • . MASSEY-HARRIS Repairs and Service. Repair your machinery early. HISER IMPLEMENT CO. •S24 N. Jeffei-son Phone 63 EMPLOYMENT y 13—Help Wanted—Femal^ .'c:pOR WANTED—Man or woman. Durand Hotel. Good wages, room and Ijoard. Oscar Brandon, Yates Center. Kas. CiTRL OR WOMAN for light house- v.ork for two persons, full or part linif. Plione 1193J. HELP WANTED—Woman (white), to attend middle-aged lady and !:uie for modern liome, six days i .'uch v,et;k. fronlng, no laundry, ic;uni and board. Wages. Refer- i-iice.s. Wiite to Box 506, IieRoy, LADY TO SELL POPCORN at Plc Theater. Apply after 7 p. m. FINANCIAL 18—Money to Loan—Insoranoe INSURANCE. Surety Bonds, Real TCstute, Farm Loans, Notary Pub- .Hv. The R. L. Thompson Agency. INSURANCE, Real E .Htute, Bonds, Fann and City Loans. Charles M. Kiink. LIVESTOCK 21— IIorKcs, Cattle, Miacelluuoas GOOD KWES for isiilc. bred to rcKl.Mtcffd Shrfip ram; lambing in February. D. L. Isaac, Baynrd. 22— Poultry and itappUes WANTED—Black Au.stralorp cock- iTcls for breeder.s. Taylor Hatcheries. "I'm dubious about this marriage Ad wanting a laundress!" proposal—I saw his Register Want LIVESTOCK Real Estate for Sftle 23—Poultry »nd Snpplies 40—Farms and Land For Sale 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 plclc up. Goodsell Hatchery, Oos, Kans. MERCHANDISE 24— Articles For Sale PILES AND FLUES for 100 lb. and 200 lb. Warm Morning heating stoves; aL"3o one gallon syrup paiLs. S. C. Knight & Sons Hdw., Moran. ONE BOX BED, 7 ft. by 10 ff., 4 ft. high, for sale. Inquire Corr Trans- fei-, 208 North street. TAN CAMEL HAIR COAT, size 14, good condition. Schomaker Grocery, Gas City. Phone 9S6F32. 27— Feed. Fuel, FertittEen COAL AS USUAL—Prompt delivery. J. D. Judah, 810 South Washington, lola. Phone 774. NO. 1 PRAIRIE HAY for sale, $14 a ton. east, south of Gas. Glen Maley. 18% IMCO Economy lay mash, (3.00 cwt. lola Milling Co. ____ : 28— Household Goods WE BUY, TRADE, seU, household goods and other articles. Hehninger's. West Madison. WE BUY, SELL and exchange furniture, stoves, sewing machines. Curtis Furniture. 82— Wanted—To Boy PURS AND HIDES Will be at Horde 's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. PIANO WANTED AT ONCE I will pay cash for small or medium sized piano. Must be plain case. Might consider a spinet or small grand.piano. Reply to Box 91, care this new.ipaper. Advise make and best cash price. USED BUILDING MATERIALS— Will pay $12 per thousand for good clean common brick, $16 for face brick or good hard sidewalk brick. Con use a lot of good used lumber, 1x4,1x6, 1x8,1x10 and 2x4. Will pay cash on delivery of any truck load any time. J. E. BOGART, Bonner Springs, Kas. Real Estate for Rent 88— Wanted—To Bent iU WHITE WYANDOTTE chickens 1: for .sale. N. T. Gilbert, pas City. WANTED TO RENT—Up to 200 acres suitable land for flax, or corn. Please write Box 90, care {Register. Passenger Tire Vulcanizing (2-DAY SERVICE) Tractor Tire Recapping lOLA HOME ^ AUTO SUPPLY FIRESTONE STORE SOUTH SIDE SQDARE I'HONE 43 ATTENTION Chevrolet Car and Truck Owners We invite you owners who do your own repair work to come to us for your parts. COMPLETE LINE OF AUTO SUPPLIES. Everything for Your Car or Truck. BUD WHITE MOTOR COMPANY Servire CHEVROLET qalpa JOHN DEERfe FOR SALE—The Marshall 140-acre farm, 1 mile south of Colony, Kas. Inspect It^make your offer, at once. W. r : Taylor, Box 72, Carthage, Mo. IMPROVED FARMS for sale; also 320 aci^s pasture; 240 acres pasture; possession; cash or terms. Kee D. D. Bramwell, Kelley Hotel, evenings this week. 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 29th, at 10:00 A. M. Further information see R. B. Smith, Attorney, Chanute, Kansas. 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 fann has always been paying -good rate of interest ifented. Price $5500.00. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington, lola. 41—Honses For Sale MODERN HOUSES—Five, six or seven rooms. Inquire 607 East Lincoln. MODERN 5-room house; will trade for 1941 car or will sell. 715 South Sycamore. FEnv TWO-STORY modem houses, well located. Priced to sell. Chas. M. Punk. SEX'ERAL SMALL HOUSES, 4 and 5 rooms, priced less than $800. Chas. M. Punk. TgE lOL^ BEGIgRBRMONDAY JBVgJNINa, JANUARY 15 Moran MORAN, Jan. 13—Mr. Slaughter and Mr. Ltijley Hill were Lone Elm business visitors Friday. Mr. Q. E. Lacey cuid son, Delbert Lacey, from Topeka, spent Friday evening at the Burke Street hospital, Ft. Soott, with Mrs. Lacey and we are very glad to report that they found her improving. Mrs. Katherine Wood has sold her farm just south of Moran to Mrs, Bessie Hall. MINER THEATRE ^oran. Kansas Wed .„Thur8., Jan. 17-18 Don Ameche, Dana Andrews, William Eythe. In "WING AND A PRAYER" IShorts News . Shows at 7:30-9:30 Mrs. Virginia Guddy and Karen has retxuned home from Erie after a visit the^-e. with relatives. The following blood bank donors from Moran were in lola Tuesday. Supt, Flaherty, J. L. Trites, Mrs. Hurlojjk, Fred Bowen, Miss Zerby, Mrs L. D. Smith, Mrs. Leslie Bacon, Mrs. Irma Shannon, Mrs. George Varner, Mrs. Condcrman, Mrs. James' Strong, Mrs. Minnie Perkins. S-Sgt. Richard Lambeth; who spent his furlough here with relatives, has ,Bone to Ft. Sill, Okla., after being transferred from California to Ft. Sill. Sgt. Melvin Crouch has returned to California after a furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Crouch. Sgt. Mari'in Baker, after a 30-day furlough hfere with his mother, Mrs. Gertrude Baker and other relatives, has igoDe to San Francisco, California. ^ Mr. and"ivirs. Roy D. Finley spent Thursday afternoon and evening calling on lola friends. Mrs. George Bellinger and baby daughter. Jola, spent Thursday here with . her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hurlock. Next week the United Women of the Arjned Forces meets with Mrs. Pranfc Harris Tuesday, January 16th. at 2 p. m. The Ka^ikle Klub meets with Mrs. Denton Wood January 17th, rWedne.sda .V). The San Soucl club will meet with Mrs. Claude Taylor Wednesday. January 17. The W. :;s. C. S. will meet with Mrs. F. P: Sawyer Thursday, Jan. 18. DIOGENES JR. Kansas :,City, Jan. 15. CAP)— Radio announcer Julian Harris hadn't gone far from the taxicab before the' driver started honking in.sLstently. My wallfet. thought Harris, per- haas I've feft it in the cab. It was worse than that. The driver handed .Harris the pack Of cigarettes he' had left on the seat. Slice root veEetables such as carrots and parsnips lengthwise to retain the Efiaximum nutritive value. Real Estate for Sale 41—Houses For Sale 8-ROOM POUSE for sale, cheap; gas, water, electricity. The Archer Co. Phoi^e 304. 5-ROOM ;HOUSE, screened and glassed in back porch, good garage; fine locsition with lots of nice shrubbeiy. Phone 899. 44— Wanted—To Boy MODERN'SUBURBAN hi lola in good condition. Mrs. Rolla Cheever, Colony, jtansas, phone 116. FROM STEEL TO RUBBER You can now convert your trjictor or itny other farm implement from .steel to rubber. For detail.H see us or the Local AAA otiice. DIMTT'S TIRE SHOP Bring Us Your Hjeatii^ Problems Late arrivals on old orders enables u$ to furnish prompt installations. Coal and Wood Fumates, the large size (200 lbs.) Warm Morning Heaters, Forced Air Gas Fired Funics. SHANNON & SHANNON HARDWARE Phone 29^Forty-Elgrhih Yea^—Phone 29 WANTED For War Work in Our Plant Rig-ht Here in lola. • Please Apply at Ofijce NOTICE ; This work and our plant officially classified by the U. S. Goverhment as essential war work, same classification as defense plants. PET MILK CO. hOCALnoinja OtadadEssi: No. 1 ~34c No. 2 ;. 29c Chedcs : -.28c XTbgraded .'. _..J2c No. 1 ButterfM 4:^ , No. a Butterfst - i Sweet Oreajn -Mc- Hens, 4-5 lbs. 21c No. 1 Light, Hens; under 4 lbs—19c Heavy bred sprir^ 2 Ita. up —Me Light sprii^ 2 B JS . and up 23c AU cocks and st^, ib -..16c All classes.No. 2 Poujitry, 3c lb. lew Green HldM 10c Kansas City Frodiuce Kansas City,. Jan. 15. (AP)—Produce: Eggs specfels 43.5-44.5: eggs extras 38-40; eggs standards 36; eggs current receipts 36; all other prices imchanged. Kansas City Grain ' Kansas City, Jan. l.";. (AP)—Wheat 176; tone l;highe^ to^'i lower; No. 2 dark hard 1.59-1.^'>4. "Com 337: cars, tone unchanged to 1 higher; No. 2 w^iite' 1.26-127; No. 2 yellow noin 1.13%; No. 2 mi.xed 1.13%. , ' _ Oats 2 cars, one unchanged: No. 2 "yfhite nom 77-80.' Milo maize 1.79--1.99. Kafir 1.78-1.97.; Rye noni 1.14-1.16. Barley 1:15. Kansas Clt:^ Esti'pialed Receipts Kansas City, Jan, 15 (AP)—Advance estimated • livestock receipts for tomorrow: Cattle 7.000: calves 760: hogs 2.500: sheep ip.OOO. Kansas City Liv^tock Kansas : pty -Jap. 15. (AP)— (WPA)—cattle 20,000: calves salable 1500. total 1550; slaughter- steers steady to strong: fairly act- tive on good and -choice grade; other killing classes largely steady: some strength on^bulls; stocker and feeder classes fully steady to strong, active; other replacement classes steady; bulk mtidium and good -laimnter Kteers 32.75-14.50; several loads good to oTiolpe 14.75-15.25; long yearljngs ajid; heavy steers 15.25: few lots ccjmmon and medl- uni 10.00-11.25; mec^ium and godd heifers ll.<)0-13.0(|; few lots good and choice light- weights 13.25-50: some held above;; gobd cows scarce. 19 PAGE THREE few i2J00-lS; common and mediimi 8!50-lil2S; medhiin and good bulls maihly 10.2S-:12.25; order buyers taking small lots 400-500 lb.^fat calves 12.50'^13.00; good and choice vealers 18.00-14.00; large share stockers and fiede^B, 'medium and good steers 10.T5';12J0; several loads good to choice yearlings and twos 12.7513.10^: good and choice yearling feeding hfclfers 10.75-11.50. Ho|s 2100; active to all interests, steady to 10 higher than Friday's averse; good and choice 180 lbs. up BBOstly 14.50; few 140-170 lbs. 14.00-'40; sows 13.75. Sheep 18,500: slow, no lambs sold early5 asking fully steady, best, held above 15.00; ewes about steady; culls ko mediiun lots 5.00-6.35; best held fibove-7.50; Items Kansas City Livestock Close Kapsas City, Jan. 15. (AP)— (W!PA)^attle: Load medium weight stock steers m (3stly choice grade 15.65; good and' low choice heifers 14.25; stockers and feeders stead;y to 25 higher mainly on good and choice steer calves 12.00-13.40; heifers 12.00-40. Ho^s: Unchanged from early. Shfeep: Lambs mostly steady; some; low grade kinds weak; ewes strong; munerous shipments good and ; choice -v^eat pasture lambs 15.00; good and choice trucked in nativies 14.75; good load lots 14.0025; fep ewes 7.60: other good and choice shippiehts, 7.00-50: common and Jnedium lots 6.50-7.35. LAHARPE, Jan. 14.—The LaHarpe town team played Friday night and won by one poipt over the Moran town team. Pvt. Dej^ert Johnson, home on furlough and a former student of LaHarpe schools, played on the home town team. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Head of Tola spent Thursday with their sister and brother, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Head aiiu Tamily. Mrs. Pauline Ensminger, chairman of local Red Cross, Mrs. Mabel Zink, vice chairman, Mrs. W. R. Mitchell, secretary, and Mrs. A. A. Peterson, surgical dressing chairman, attended the meeting of the county Red Oros&inlolaFWday evening. Walter I En.'=niinger furnished the transpor- 'tation. The localRed Cross will hold its regular yearly meethig next Thursday afternoon at the city hall! All Red Cross workers are urged to be present. MissGrace Ryan, commerce teacher is spending the week-end in lola visiting friends. At the next stated meeting of Golden Gate chapter No. 272. O. E. S., February 6, there wll be a special election for secretary. Members are urged to attend. Refreshments will be served. 'Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Pulse received further word from their son Audith who was seriously wounded in Germany, that he is in England now. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Roe and baby daughter have moved to their farm south of LaHarpe. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peet of north of LaHarpe were business visitor.^ Saturday. BACHELOR BONNETS pn Bougainville Island, a bachelor o"f the Kerikas tribe must wear a peculiar hat from the time of youjig manhood to the. day of his wedding, and any woman .seeing him bareheaded is liable to die. IJSEb LOTS OF STEEL Tliip United Kingdom imported 3.906)000 net tons of steel from the United States in 1940, or 45 per cent;of the total steel exports of the latter country for that year. 1 CASH for DEAD Hori^t • Cdttia • Hogt lOLA FI^E REMOVAL -OF- Bemd H ^MPses- Cattle-Hogs HEIP SALVAGE ^ V WASTE FATS FOR EXiH;(»»¥E$ Telephone 638 ^ iCall Us Collect KHiS RENDERING WC»KS WASH TUBES GONNA A Bloody Nose BY LE^IE TURNER BOOTS ANP HER BtjpPip BY EDGAR MARTIN ..1. I RED RYDER Perilous Errand BY FRED HARMAxN HOWDY* RED.' WHAT»,ALL :w* RUCKUS.' LEARNED HE- ^• WAS TO SPEND . HIS EVENINGS/ MIMDIMG JUNICSR yCC-tL.WE NEAR-LY PAS^SED UP r^e JOB- Btn"' $lO SfiO— • AMD BfSlDES, IT'LL GfVE LARD A CMA^JCE lb •. (MPROVE i^iS .

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