The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 19, 1945 · Page 5
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, January 19, 1945
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lOLA. KAyrgAs ANNOUNCE}MENTS 3—strayed, liOSt. LOST—Gold identiflifatlon bracelet "Lovanda." Phone 393. I/OST—Two wooden boxes, one empty, one containing truck flares ;iiid flags. Phone lp21W. AUTOM 5—.Automobiles. For Sale TWO 1930 MODEL ATP ORDS, good I ires. Sam Pullan, mile east of Gas City. i_ «-:Anto Accessories; Tires, Parts If Sho Buck.s or Pings, Use Whiz Motor Rhythm It Powir-Tunes Vour Motor. \VIL550NSERyiCE 3U1 North Wa.siilhgton QtlJCKIES By Ken ReynoTdi^ GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAGE «17 South'St.—Phone 969 TUUCK TIRES TRACTOR TIRES l!->'; OH on,.':iHTruclc Wheels I OLA HOME & AUTO SUPPLY I Firestone Store) Phnnf 43 South Side Square lUJSINESS SERVICE «—Sfrvlcf' (JffKred FRIDAY EVENING. JANUjOtYgg. i945. VE News erf thje Farm Farm Biu «»a Calendar! Jan. 17—Palrlawn TUlit meeti Tjitia ms. wm Ensminger. South JLogah tinit meets witb' hbs. Iva I^ourst!. Carlyle 4-H club meets. Star ValleV Community Outlook meeting. StoV VaUey school 8:$0. I Jan. 18—Salem 4-H club meet*. Geneva 4-H club meets. Jan. 19—Dr. Lumb, ExtensloQ Veterinarian will bold meetings at Humboldt, 2 p.- m.; Police JDourt, Tola, 8:30 p. m.; Vocational Agricul^ ture building. Gas City unitTmeetij with Mrs. Pranlc"Nogle. Jan. 22—Slip cover work day at Mrs. Sam Oerdsen's, pot luck lunch^ eon. Neosho Valley Oommunity Outlook meeting, 8:30 p. m. [south Logan 4-H club meets. Jan. 23—Groves unit meetd with Mrs. Blanch Burtch. I ' Jan. 24—Carlyle unit meeti with Mrs. Clara Howland. E. A. Cleav^ inger, Extension i Agronomistl will hold meetings ^t Elsmore, (Com- muplty Hall, 2:30, and lola, Voca tional Ag. building, 8:30* p. m \eit the Tues- The 'Mother called and said she'd take Register Want Ads!" the room we olTcred for rent in the ]\\SSENG£R riRK VUf>CANIZING Pa.s.s(Mijier Tire Recapping. TRACTOR rire Service Complete. Danioi) Tire Store Floyd "Chjg" Munn 10.') East St. Phone 156 I SEAL YOUR RADIATORS and f-raclced bloclcs for 25 cents. Plenty (tl good Sinclair alcohol. Ed Hess, Hl!3 Sou! h_ Washington. EMPLOYMENT 13—Help Wanted-Female HOUSEKEEPER wanted to cook meals: nice room with gas heat, or will consider part time work. I'lione ^287 or write Box 95, care Rogi.ster. HELP WANTED—Woman (white),' to utiend middle-aged lady and lurf for modern home, six days I;K I I wi'c-k. Ironing, no laundry, ' ]i!oui u!id board. Wages. Reference;.. Wrilttiiiftr.'Box 506, LeRoy, Kan.'^a.s. MERCHANDISE Real Estate for Sate ,B«tter Homes \ Better Homes imlt met i home oi Mrs. w; C. Caldwellj day • afternoon January 19; meeting was opened by repeating, the creed. The lesson was glVen by jAnnabelle Dlckiiison, home c^emon- I'stratlon agent. Outlook for the year 1945 was the lesson for Jsnuary. Roll Call was New Year's Resolutions. Six members and one gUesl were present. Recreation was led by NeUle Drollinger. Mrs. Caldwell won the Sunshine gift. The next meeting will be a covered dish luncheon with guest day ?t the home fo 'Mrs. W. R. Williams, February 13.— Reno Williams, Reporter. 24—Articles For Sale 41—Houses For Sale SMALL BROODER HOUSE, 6 bv 4 foot. 213 North Walnut. GUARANTEED BATTERIES Recharging and Repairing. GEORGE R. inSER i.'24 N. Jeffei-son Phone 63 SEVERAL DRESSES, slacks, jackets, size 12; shoes, 6V1-: child's slippers, size 10. Inquire at 323 South Colbom. NICE 4-ROOM HOUSE at 1006 North Grant. Chanute, Kas. Must be sold to settle estate. See Luetta Scott, 205 South Chestnut, Tola. 8-ROOM HOUSE, otliei- improve- iiients. gas, water and electrlcit>': two acres eround. Mrs. Willie Keen. Ga.s. 27—Feed, Fuel, Fertllixer* COAL AS USUAL—Prompt deUvery. J; D. Judah, 810 South Washington, Tola. Phone 774. EXTRA' GOOD ALFALFA, 75c a bale. R. E. Thomas, 7 miles south Gas City. 14—Help Wanted—Male WANT PARTY to cut trees for the Aotid. ()18 SQ)igi_Kentucky. FINANCIAL EIGHT TONS loose hay in mow, six miles west Mildred. $8.00 ton. Carpenter, 410 South Washington. FREE CORN COBS—lola Milling Company. 28—Household Goods •WE BUY, TRADE, seU. household goods and other articles. Henninger's. West Madison. 29—Machinery and Tools 18—Money to Loan—Insnranee INSURANCE, - Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Farm Loans, Notary Public-. Tlie R. L. Thomp.son Agency. INSURANCE, Real Estate, Bonds, Farm and City Loans. Chai'les M. Funk. LIVESTOCK 'iO—Dogs, Cats, other Pets PEKINGESE DOG, male, 4 years (•kl. for sale. Charle.s Lane, 506 Lincoln. 21—Horses, Cattle, IMtiscellaneoBS FOR SALE—Milk and cornfed coming yearling, 600 lbs.: also certified pink kafflr in the bundle, 6c :ind 8c bundle. 5 miles east on Highway 54. Fred Dice. GOOD GUERNSEY COW, giving _milk, and 3 nice Guernsey heifers. 'R OV Evil US, 2 blocks east of Country club house. THREE ROW power lift, John Deere planter and three row power lift John Deere cultivator for sale. John Relter, 1 mile south, 3 west, -J.'- south Colony. 32—Wanted—To Buy FURS AND HIDES wlU 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 newspaper. Advise make and best cash price^ ROOMS FOR RENT 34—Apartments and Flats LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING Apartment; two rooms downstairs; utilities paid; adults or adults and baby. 215 South Walnut. Real Estate for Rent I HAVE 4 While brood sows to far­ row later on; will sell one or all. Harry Morrison, 4 north. 4V4 east LnHarnc. 36—Farms and Land For Rent FOR RENT—80 acre Improved farm. Call at 520 South Wahiut. Real Estate for Sale J .T GOOD Western ewes lambing now, and good Shropshire ram. Also 2 i?ood milk cows. Ben Hixon. I'hone 976F12r 22—Poultry aqd SnppUea •\VANTEI>—Black .Au.?tralorp cockerels for brePders, Taylor Hatcheries. 40—^Farms and Land For Sale FOR SALE—160 acres two miles north lola, gravel road; good 10- room house, new dairy bam, electricity, free gas from well on farm, excellent water supply. Possession August 1. Terms. Write 901 North 5th St., Biu-llngton, Kansas. Elmore Happenings Nadine and Delores Tippie .spent S-.iturday afternoon at the Emil Seaitedt home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Cox. Mrs. William Ball and l^enny. lola, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Jackson. Mrs. Fred Tippie Nadine. Deloro:, and CaroU Fred were In lola Monday on business. Nadine and Delore, had dental work done. Jirs. E. D. Erlcson spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Amanda Erlc­ son who is ill. Emil Sea.stedt and Iver were Saturday callers at thf» Fred Tipple home. Mr. and Mrs Fred Cunningham Jr.. and Miss Ele.nnor Butts spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Swanson. The total amount taken in for :he Tuberculosis Association .seals .sale tor Elsmore and vicinity wa.s $54. .Mrs. Fred Tippie. local chairman. Sterling Heights- The Sterling Heights Borne Dem- 'onstration unit met with Mrs. M. H. Wilson, Friday, January 12i, with 'nine members and one guest present. The regular meeting was con- flusted by the new president, Mrs. ;Pi-cd Shapel, with Mrs. M. HI Wilson acting secretary. The OUtlook for 1945. was presented by Miss Annabelle Dickinson. Mi-s. J. H. y'raser and Mrs. Howard Lust became new members of the unit. A tea was given in honor of Miss Dickin-son with Mrs. J. H. McMurray pouring. A gift' was presented to Miss Dickinson by the unit. The meeting was closed by singing •Smile the While We Bid You Fond Adieu." The next meeting will be 'X'ith Mrs. Lusk. February 9.—Mrs. j. E .Childress, Reporter. Star VaUey : The Star Valley .Home Demonstration .unit met at 2 p. m.-Thurs- {day, Jariuary 11, with Mrs. R. D. jMorltz. Mrs. Crook, president, was I in charge of the meeting. . Roll call was answered by -reading a' bits of vense and giving New Year's resolu- tl<*is. Mrs. Hixon, secretary, read ;the minutes which were approved. Mre. *eatty Bay was appolntejd reporter by Mrs. Crook to fill the va- caijcy caused by the resignation of Mrs. Ru.ssell McHeriry. The treas- Churchill Wins Vote Of Confidence, 340-7 London. Jan. 19. (AP)—An attempt to express censure of Prime Minister Churchill's interventionist policy in liberated lands wa.s beaten 340 to 7 today in the house of commons. Churchill himself was In . the house durine the vote and was cheered wildly as he left with Foreign Secretary Eden. Earlier in the two-day war debate Laborite Aneurin Bevan had charged that Prime Minister Churchill had distorted facts and had "the worst record of interven -ll tion in other people's affairs of any statesman." In one of the most bitter attacks ever made on the prime minister in commons, a speech which drew protests from members, Bevan declared that "there Is no single politician more capable of distorting the facts than the prime minister." He asserted secret commitments by Churchill were a factor in "the Greek tragedy." ARE YOUR HENS LAZY? . Sluggish sy.stem.s mean low e^ production. Give your hens My- Ko-Crums 10 days in feed, and see how fast they pick up. Goodsell Hatchery, Gas, Kans. MERCHANDISE 24—Articles For Sale HI;OWN PUMPS, 9'.i AAA, practl- lallv new. 305 Jackson. Plume 1128. 164 ACRES, extra good, level, productive land; all but 2 acres can be farmed with tractor; scliool house, % mile east of Leanna is on north line of farm. This farm has always been paying good rate of Interest rented. Price S5500.00. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington, lola. 4«A—Snbnrban Fer Sale c-.OOD SMALL M. G. Separator; :ilso good daybed with] mattress. Mrs. Walter Skaggs, Mbran. C^OOD KINDLING WOOD for sale. Will deliver.- 223 South; Chestnut. A L. Butt, ^hone 1054i SUBURBAN TRACT, good five room house, gas, water and electricity, bam, chicken house and brooder house; two blocks off 54 highway. Will take good 5 room house in lola as part pa.vment. Address Box 94, care The Register. 41-Honses For Sale MODERN HOUSES—Five, six or seven rooms. Inquire 607 East Lincoln. FROM STEEL TO RUBBER You can now convert your tractor or any other farm implement from steel to rubber. For details' see us or the Local AAA office. DINTT*S TIRE SHOP Ryan Must Pay Costs Of Sunflower Suit Topeka, Jan. 19. (API—U. S. Circuit Judge Walter A. Huxman has ordered William V. Ryan of Bolivar, Mo., to pay the costs of his suit allegmg fraud in construction of the Sunflower Ordnance Works at De Soto, Kas. , Judge Huxman found for therde- fendant contractors last Saturday and completed action by signing a formal journal entry yesterday. Thi; j district court clerk's office said It | would take several days to compute the costs Ryan will have to pay. TIMELY SUPPIIES For Current Needs CHICKEN BROODERS Oil, Gas, Electricity FENCING Poultry, Field & Lawn . MILKERS Surg-e and Riteway SEED CORN Kas. Grown, UI S. 13 Hybrid Double XX, also •ipeed King and Mexican June COW STANCHIONS All steel, wood lined Phone 29; For 49™ Year. | : SHANNON AND SHANNON HDW. xuer, Mtr^. Hoy l^Ufniiai, gave a ftrf interesting r^rt. In January 1^44, balaiice\in treastvy was $13.06 J in January>l'94&, it was $»4.87. Expe^id- itures dmtog the year tbtaUed $9fe4fl. Most of:this money was spent:;ior cards nsd gifts for our 21 Star Val- leyj.boys in service. Since »4lss Dicklnsonb could not be present^ to give the jle^n, it was decided* to hold a ccfmmunity meeting at ©tar VaUey s^ool Wednesday hi|lit, Jantiary47, 8 o'clock, when Miss Dickinson-and Mr. Goodbary wil^ be present tb give the 1945 Outl ?k )k. Coffee and doughnuts will be seryed. As there was no regular lesson,the remainder of the afternoon yas spent in'making out program boaks. Mrs. Crook also gave some helpful gardeniilgsuggesttons, the chief tpp- Ic being.t^e Irish potato. One flew member, Mrs. Lena Alexander was added to ;Our roll. There were"^ 16 memters and three children presi-nt. The next jneeting will be with Mrs. Ray Stickle on February 8, 2 pfim. -^Mrs. Beatty Ray, Reporter. 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 AlITO SUPPLIES. Everything for Your Car or Truck. BUD WHITE MOTOR COMPANY ^•^"^•JOHNDilEIiE^ Oradad Ef^: No; 1 : 34c No. 2 .._ -.29c Checks - —28c Ungraded .32c _47c -44c _fiOc .J21C Nb: rsutterfat _ go. a^»irtirtat _ SwWt Creiuii' Hens, 4-5 lbs .. No. 1 Ught Hens, imder 4 lbs—19c Heavy Dred springs. 2 U». up —24c lilgfat springs. 3 lbs. and up -—23c All cocks and stags, lb 16c Atl clajwes No. 2 Poultry, 3o lb. less Green Hide* 10c Kansas City Prodnce . Kansas City, Jan. 19. <AP)—Pro(^uce: Eggs extras 38-39; all other prices unchanged. tola Homi ^malcerB The lola Homemakers unit met with Mrs; C. li. Llndley, T UP-''"?"". January l^, 2 p. ni "Hie presidcjnt, 1 Mrs. LesUe Leavitt, presioed. /'le creed wa^- repeated in unison. Roll call was answered, by stating '^y New Ygaji 's Resolution." Pearl ,El- llott gaveseveral timely suggesti'jns on garde^i for 1945. The lesson. Outlook' iOT 1945, was spendi'ily given by ^Miss .Annabelle Dickinson. There Is ,a need for backing the home trojit in this critical period. A shortage in the fruit crop was 1 evident bist year. This made ra- i !>• C. Estimated Receipts Kansas City Grain Kansas aty, Jan. 19. (AP)— Wheat unchanged to S higher; No. 2 dark hard 1.60-1.62".-: No. 2 hard tvom 1.68-1.70"'s. Corn unchanged-to 1 lower; No. 2 \ij'hite nom 1.25-1.25'j; No. 2 yeWow riom 1.12ri -1.13V, : N O . 2 mixed nom 1.12-H-1.13:v,. i Oats urichp.nged: No. 2 white nom T7-81. : Milo maize 1.75-1.99. Kafi/ 1.82-1.99. : Rye nom 1.13-1.14' L>. : Barley nom 1.00-1.18. liJad around'i'oob lb. steers at outside price; cows mainly tanner, cutter arid comiilon lots 6.00-9.50; few medium and good sausage bulls 10.50-12.00; odd head common 9.50; good and choice vealers 13.00-14.60; medium and good calves 10.50-12.00; light carryover of stockers and feeders in dealers pens. Hogs 1900; active, fully steady; 180 lb.' up 14.50: ^ lighter weights scarce; sows 13175. Leads Naticm-in Wheat Milled Into Flour Topeka, Jan. 19. (AP)—Kansas again led the nation in wheat milled into floiu- last month, H. L. Collins, federal-state agricultural sta- ttstician, reported yesterday. Kansas mills ground 6.925,976 bushels during the month, Minnesota rank- Sheep 2,000; active, lambs strong; ;ing second and Mew York third. other killing classes steady; good arid' choice truck in native lambs 15 .00-25; top'15.25; good and choice wheat pasture lambs 14.90; other mediiun and good offerings 14.50;' 2 cars good and choice 138-140 lb. ewes 7.75. K. C. Livestock Close Kansas City, Jan. 19. CWPAl^^attle unchanged. Hogs tmchnnged. Sheep - unchaoijed:'^ '• • •' (AP) — Buffalo, Minneapolis, Kansas City and Salina, Kans., led the cities in that order. On remote "Rural Routes" in the East and Near East, camels and mules are used as carriers of mail foi- our soldiers. A new flame-spoutlng jet aircraft engine will use either high grade kerosene or low-grade gasoline as '.fuel . tloning" o;^ the fruit the latter pn.rt of the yer>r. Insect and pest control need attention. Specialists h^e been tftjln* research during the yejr. The horrte furnishings group has kept alert with the times. 'We hs.^e plenty of: good grade wool on Upe market-, but there is a scarcity of Kan-sp.-! City. Jan. 19. (AP)— (\VPA;—Advance estimated livo- .'tock receipis for tomorow; cattle IpU; calves 50: hogs 50: sheep none. Kansas City Livestock ',s City. Jan. 19. (AP)— (WPA)—Cattle 900: calve.s 200: sal- cottons ,;ind rayons. There weie ; guje .supply extremelv light; all eight members and one guest prts- j r^resented classes generally steady, cnt.—Peai'l Elliott. Reporter. - . i few lots medium and good -slaugh- . I ter yearlings and steers 12.00-13,76; ABSTINENCE ' Salt -Lake City, Jan. 19. '\pr-:Recognition and a two-pound box of cho<:oliteS await the man who car-, strfihd and say, "I will not smoke again for the duration." And menu li- : • J. RusscU Durant who operates a lunch coiice.ssion in the city hall already has the names of three .such stalwarts on his honor roll. A kitti'^ake gull family. is a member of the ( CASH for DEAD Horses • Cattle • Hogs Phon* FREE REMOVAL -OF- Dead Horses-Cattle"Hogs HELP SALVAGE WASTE FATS FOR EXPLOSIVES Telephone 638 lola CaU Ud Collect lOLA RENDERING WORKS WASH TUBES @ ASV HEARS THE SPOT WEST OF HANGCHiOW WHERf CHl«ESt ARE TO REFUEL HISTHUKDERBOLT On the Job! BY LESLIE TURNER THE GENERAL SAID Y YES,CAPTAIN! NOT YOU FELLA 5 WOULD BE j SAP:; TO TARRY LONG RFADY.. LOOKS LIKE / HERE.. ENEMY LINES , HE WAS RIGHT .'XV CLOSE.. PATROLS . VERY AaiVE.' J\ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Cooking Fast BY EDGAR MARTIl^ r cv\\v^v\ooo * RED RYDER He's Barred BY FRED HARMAH 1\>30 HMf&REEDf ffODT &T THIS |-0!?N1N5S WITH TrtE.T A6 K ED'T0 Pl ^3D CHEE hJEZ.'- ALLEY OOP It's Baffling / u 't ^,-i ',ZAT ?? •-. SiPClN' TEA. f I SENT --..U'lTH TH^ '.V .nO CA'.D A .,T^.--j&' I CANT "'-.^A.!Our WOR ? ? IMAGINE \ ALLEY (>DP, GUZ HA.V1M'. KING- OOR y • ( HOLY cow' ' GOTTA /AN' NOU.GUZ.Oi: PAL . ABOUT THIS ,~V>iTTeR THAT BROUGHT VOU TO LEM: BY V. T. HAMLIN jQiTS GOT MV BRAIN IN WELL.'NURlTHIfMG THROES, FOOZV, \BUT rLL HORN WHATCHA .ftlGHT IN T'FlNO FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Plenty Hep r BT MERIOLL BLOSSER HiVA,' \ 1 jusr SixjAfi: .'• : OROPOED WHAT^ i iM 1& see- BRiMGS. j now YOU YDU- \ WERF HERE TO GETflMG THE ABOOe AU3MG.' OFTHtr ARSVOU VO&Et^r/ DOING- HOAiteivoeK

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