The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 20, 1945 · Page 3
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lOLA, KANSAS : THE lOlA RECaSlESP'&ATtJRDAY EVENING,-JANUARY 2@, 1945. PiGB THREE ANNOUNCEMENTS Comlnc Sales Datea MONDAY, JAN. 29-^. M. Bailey Sale of fnrm and personal prnp- iity, f) miles west and 1 mile HtiMh ot Colony nt 1 p. m. sharp. Her laiup .ul In Register Wednes- (lny, January 24. 3 —Strayed, Lost, Fonnd QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds I .CJST—Two woocl('n boxes, one emp- 1\. one containing truck flares and fluKs. Phone 122IW. STRAYED—Black and white shepherd pup, male. Phone 1320W. STRAYED—Brown and tan male toy lerrier. while .spot on back of neck. An.swers to name of Gmg^r. .Suitable reward 1056. Ppone 296 or AUTOMOTIVE -Automobiles For Sale TWO 1930 MODEL A FORDS, good Ures. Sam PuUnn. S mile east of Oa.s Citv. Chev.rolct S:t]cs—, .Service John Deere nUD WHITE. MOTOR CO. Phone 60 Implement Dept. Phone 925 Anto Accessoriea, Tirea, Futa Whiz Motor Rhythm Removes Carbon. Frees Sticky Valves. CITIES SERVICE 301 -North Washington GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAGE 817 South St.—Phone 96fl BUSINESS SERVICE H —Services Offered PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING Pu.s.st 'ngor Tire Recapping. TRACTOR Tire Service Complete. Diinlop Tire Store Floyd "Chig" Mann IO .''i Ea.st HI. Phone 156 HUMBOLDT, Jan. 20—The Business and Professional Women's club met at the CoKee Shop {Thursday evening for the regular dinnei> meeting of the club. Miss 1 "ranees' > Skinner presided pver the meeting 1 which followed. The program was j presented .by the ' Legislative tmlttee, of which Miss Loi iMeath is chairman. Otberj memx I bers of the committee ar^ Mrs". I Josephine Brown. Mrs. EBmbeth vDressen, and Miss Thelma Ttavers. F E. N . Hill was program spealder,. and ihis subject was "Are We Politkall,^ i Literate?" Mrs. oiive Mason led the group singing. The next meeting of the club will be held on February 1, when Mrs. Elizabeth Dressen wiU be hostess With a meeting in her home. Attending Thursday night were: Miss Frances Skinner, Miss Lois Ann Meath, Mrs. Elizaf beth Dressen, Ml-s. Olive Mason, Miss Marjorie Hill, Mrs. Carol Mor^ gan. Miss Kate Moore, Miss Marii Reynolds. Miss Louise Doty. Misk li-Mary Evelyn Doty, Miss Eleanor Grimwood. Mrs. Mabel Sage, Mrs-, Noreen Wilhite,; Mrs. ' Mildred Brinkmeyer. Mrs.: Imogene Wise, IHrs. LeUa West. Mrs. Ella McGin- t^ity. Mrs. Carl Allen. Mrs. Josephine •Brown, Miss Eva OConner. Miss Pauline Flynn. MLss Mary Lee Chappie, Miss Irene Decker. Mrs; Marguerite Johnson, Miss Mary jRussell, Miss Helen Lacy. Miss. -Thelma Travers, Mrs. Dorothy Dav-- jd-son. Miss Claudia Glover, Miss Maxine McAnulay., and the guest" speaker. E. N. Hill. • I The men's group of the MethodLst church met Wednesday night for a' fellowiihip dinner -In the basement' of the church. The dinner was prepared by the exefcutive committee, of the Women'.s Society of Christian.; •Service, and consisted of chicken and noodle.s. with; plenty oftrim- Jnings. WW Hall was master of; ceremonie.s. and ; introduced the speakers. com-^ Ann "Somebody in this house offered our piano for sale in The Register Want Ads—and it wasn't me!" MERCHANDISE Real Estate for Sale 24—Articles For Sale W-^arma and Land For Sale ^ GUARANTEED BATTERIES Recharging and Repairing. GEORGE R. HISER 224 N. Jefferson Phone 63 IFOR SALE— 160 acre.s two miles north Tola, gravel road: good 10- room house, nev,' dairy bam. electricity, free gas from well on farm, excellent water supply. Possession August 1. Terms. Write 901 North 5th St., Burlington. Kansas. 27—Feed, Foel, FertUlzers COAL for .sale: load or ton. Call 154. COAL AS USUAIr-Prompt deUvery. J. D. Judah, 810 South Washington, lola. Phone 774. EXTRA GOOD ALFALFA, 75c a bale. R. E. Thomas. 7 miles .south Gas City. FREE CORN COBS-Iola Milling Company. 28—Household Goods I .SEAL YOUR RADIATORS and ciar.kcd Ijlocks for 25 cents. Plenty ol good Sinclair alcohol. Ed Hess. tiii3 South WaslUngton. EMPLOYMENT 13—Help Wanted—Female HOUSEKEEPER wanted to cook meals: nice room with gas heat, or will consider part time work. Phone 287 or write Box 95, care R,eglster. FINANCIAL 1$—^Money to ^|Anm— Insnranca INSURANCE, airety Bonds, Real E-state, Farm %,oans. Notary Public. The R. L. Thompson Agency. INSURANCE, Real Estate, Bonds, Farm and City Loans. Charles M Funk. LIVESTOCK 20— Dogs, Gate, Other Peta • PEKINGESE DOG. male. 4 years <ilci, for .sale. Charle.s Lane. 506 East Lincoln. 21—Horses. Cattle. ISiscellaneoa FOR SALE—Mil's and comfed coming yearling. 600 lbs.; also certi- lied pink kaffir in the bundle, 6c II nd 8c bundle. 5 miles east on Highway 54. Fred Dice. I HAVE 4 white brood sows to far­ row later on; will sell one or all. Hsiny Moni.son. 4 north, 4'i east I.HHarpe. 10 GOOD Western ewes lambing now, and good Shropshire ram. .Also 2 Kood milk cows. Ben Hixon. Piione 976F12. 22|—Poultry and Supplies WANTED—Black Australorp cock- CI-P I R for breeders. Taylor Hatcheries. 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. Kana. MERCHANDISE 24^Artic]es For Sale BROWN PUMPS. AAA, practically new. 305 West Jackson. Phone 1128. GOOD SMALL M. G. Separator; also good daybed with mattress. Mrs. Walter Skaggs. Moran. WE BUY. TRADE. seU. household goods and other articles. Hen- nlnger's. West Madison. 22—Wanted—To Bay FDBS AKD HIDES will be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. 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 36—Farms and Land For Kent FOR RENT—80 acre Improved farm Call at 520 South Wahiut. USE REGISTER WANT-ADS THEY PAT! DAILY RATES (Minimum 15 Words) ONE DAY: Per word 2c THREE DAYS: Per word per day IHe SIX DAYS: Per word per day Ic DISPLAY SATES (Minimum One Inch) ONE DAY: Per Inch . .._.50c THREE DAYS: Per Inch ..45c CONTBACT RATES (Minimum 3 Lines) 26 DAYS: Per line per day (9 lines to the Inch) ...4c GOOD KINDLING WOOD for sale. Will deliver. 223 South Chestnut. A.: L. Butt. Phone 1054. CLOSING TIME , Want Ads will be accepted until 1 p. m. for that day's Insertion except Saturday when they must be received by 10 a. m. PHONE 18 FROM STEEL TO RUBBER You can now convert your tractor or any other farm implement from steel to rubber. For (letails'See us or the Local AAA office. DINTT'S TIRE SHOP 164 ACRES, extra good, level, productive land; all but 2 acres can be farmed with tractor; school house, VA. 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, 823 South Washington, lola. 41—Houses For Sale MODERN HOUSES—Five, six or seven rooms. Inquire 607 East Lincoln. 8 -ROOM HOtiSE. other improvements, gas, water and electricity: two acres ground. Mrs. Willie Keen, Gas. F<ishion Note Items Fleet ,Adml. Chester W. NimitZi C-in-C^, U. S. Pacific Fleet, not only wears the five-star cluster of his new rank on his collar, but also uses it as a tie clasp. Maxey. ; They were gue.sts here of Mr. and Mr.s. Ward Barricklow. and Rev. an^ Mr.s. P. C. Kraus. AMM ,3-c, and Mrs. Elmer Redfield and James spent one day this week at • Chanute, where they were ; LAHARPE, Jan. 20— The following friends met at the home of Mr. aiid Mrs. Lee Crogan last Saturday night: Mr. and Mrs. Willi? Page and spn, Dean, Mr. and Mrs. A. A'. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leake and Natalia and Mr. Bill Miller. The occasion was in honor of Mr. Cjbgan and .son Billies birthdays. A Pleasant evening of games was en- Joyed and Mrs. Crogan served lovely refreshments. '.Miss Natalia Leake was a supper gyest of Mr. and Mrs. Crogan and family Friday evening, later attend- Irjg the all .school dance held in Community Hall. ^Miss Leona Gerdson of Moran. visited the LaHarpe school Friday ahd also visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerdson, Friday night. ' f J8 Mr., and Mrs. Walter Po'let were gnests of Mr. and Mrs. Riley S'haughnessy for supper Thursday njght. Mrs. Cleone Ott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Zerba left for Lawrence Sunday evening and is working in the Sunflower ordnance pVant. •Mr. and Mrs. Bert Walker and MSs: Walter Beard of Erie, visited their mother and .sister. Mrs. C. A. Walker and Mrs. Mame Bicklng I=¥iday. Mr. and Mrs. Walker returned ho)ne Friday evening, but Mrs. Beard remained for a longer visit. ^i-K. Betty Jean Lipskin, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Fred Pierce, is at home recovering from an appendix operation. She Ls employed by: the Santa Fe at Emporia. She is .a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pierce: of LaHarpe. ' "The, senwr class at the . high school received their class rings this week. They are lettered in gold on black, on a sterling silver band and have a panther engraved on each side of the lettering. The grade school Is ready to sell their scrap paper they have been collecting all year. Estimator.s think it will weigh between two and four tons. The Kansas City Star will send a truck for It. The grnde.s will keep collecting, .so if you have scrap paper notify them. LOCAL PRODUOB {Gradod Eggs: : No. 1 ; 34c i No. 2 29c Checks - 28c , Ungraded 32c 1 No. 1 Butterf at —*7o The LaHarpe town team of ba.s- ; No. 2 Butterfat -44o Sweet Cream .50c ketball players were vlct-orious over the Moran team at the game played iHen.s, 4-5 lbs 21c at Community Hall Tliursdny ninht, • No. 1 Light Hens, under 4 lbs 19c before u large audience. Those on i Heavy bred springs, 2 lbs. up — Mo the team were Carl Nel.'ion. Lee Liwht springs, 3 Ibfl. and up 23c Crogan. Geo. Andru.ss. Paul Suntli. , All cocks and stags, lb 18c Phil Ensmlnger and Duane Krokstrom. The LaHary)P Panthers roared to a smiLshing victory over the Fulton fir.st team with a .score of 41 to 14. The second team of La­ Harpe suffered defeat, but played a swell game. All classes No. 2 Poultry, 8c lb. less Green Hides lOo .•\. P O oijcrales hundreds ot |)()>i;il .icpdi.s in many foreign coun- irifs to fiicilitate handling of pur .soldier.'-' mail. C. H. (Dman, teacher of i guests o' Mrs. Redfield's parents, the men's class expressed his pleas- i Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Dulin. ' «re at meeting with men of his • '.; 1_ I '^^i" 'V fellowship movement. A. 1 pepper.in ancient times, sold for ,1. Trueblood. superintendent of. the ] ^.^^^^^ g^Uj, and only the Sunday school, extended a cordial welcome I to all to attend Sunday vlchool. and expres.sed his anticipat- (•d plea-sure in a generous response to the invitation. Rev. C. P. Knight Mailed attention to the "Crusade tor ChrLst." which fe being enipha^ .•^zed. in all church groups at ;this time, and sounded the "Call to Col- grs" by asking all tb attend worship .service on the Sabbath. Plans were ^ade to hold a meeting of thLs Kind once each month. '; Sgt. and Mrs. Clifford Krau.s have lietnrned to Paris. Texas, where. Sgt. Kraus is assigned to,duty at Camp PinsBURtifl PAINTS ^r>tx>aCA, etc (F -^SS WALLHIDE • FLORHIOE • V/ATERSPAR « SUNPROBF Shannon & Shannon Hardware Phone 29 for 49th Year NOTICE FARMERS LET US RECAP YOUR TIRES WITH THE FAMOUS FipESTONE GROUND GRIP BAR TREAD All sizes of passenger and light truck tires can be recapped with this tread. See u.'ifor this service. lOLA HOME & AUTO SUPPLY South Side Square lOLA. KANSAS Phone 43 U. S. Army Group HORIZO.NTAL 48 Indian 1 Depicted is Falter insigne of the ^'ERTICAL U. S. Armv 84th ' Lifiht brown 8 Accompli.sh 9 Seine n Pinnacle 12 Ctterpjllnr hair 14 French coin 16 Paused 18 Bristly 21 German city 22 Cha.ige 23 Pint (ab.) , 24 Delirium tremens (ab.) 25 Symbol for selenium 26 Decimeter (ab.) 27 Negative 29 Right (ab.) 30 Cloth measure 32 Debit note (ab.) 33 Test 35 Hindu queen 37 Make sad 39 Repeals 40 Hawaiian wreath 41 Footless 44 Late American humorJ.-;t 45 Tree ..irEitber 1 Bounded 2 Within .3 Fish 4 Drunkard .") Upon G Cuddle 7 Hurl 10 Blow n horn 11 Trial 12 South Dakota (ab.) 13 Like l .T Employed IG Regret^ IT Name 1^ Pertaining to ;the East 20 Animals 28 Verbal 29.Vegetable 3rWooUy .32 Strike out 34 Noticni for .36 Bare 38 Symbol sodium . 39 Paid notice 42 Hawaiian food 43 Morsel Jji Him 48 Note in Gui'. do's .^cale t 3 b 7 if 3 10 ir tb la io SI it t3 :^ 2S \ Zf, # 1 r < 1 M ^4 27 m 10 31 m n is i1 Ho ''it*. 4t m 1 *7 •18 wealthiest use. nobility could afford its CASH for DEAD Horses • CaHle • Hogs •aENDERIftej FREE REMOVAL -OF- Dead Horses-Cattle-Hogs HELP SALVAGE WASTE FATS FOR EXPL(^VES Telephone 638 lola CaU Us Collect Ktt^A RENDERING WORKS WASH TUBES J' • y HMM.' SURE COULD USE EVERY GAS YANK IS paiED TO THE CAPTAIN.' A IITTLE MORE RUNWAY- TAKIMG OFF WITH NEARIY ,4,000 POUNDS O'CXTRA mL!j That Was Close! •IHE MAKtSHIFT RUNWAY... ' BY LESLIE TURNER iriHE HEAVILY LADEN " PUNE SPEEDS DOWN BOl)TS AND HER BtJDDIES Yes, Indeed! C'l^'6 i<^', ii^ KFK fig n VICE. lUC. J. M. tie 'J .'o. S. P A T. Off A BY EDGAR MARTIN cov>is>ov YW\ OV^ W "XO ^'b\^ RBI) RYDER y -euti DON^T WANT TO SEE^NO, WHIlE ^^^N•' YE.I-B1-CHI CEREhOlfllJ f/1 I^OhSl ^fS^ OFP SL TH' ^c .l-P'l-crril •' lOrin fl, SACRBD FOR ir^DlAjO ^MMM M TtW EA€.l KHEN5 \ Quick Decision BY FRED HARMAN !=> esse Ti^NE 1 ^s'^=^H ."-Vi HAtR. \s !Ae UO>"S tJLACK .' ALLEY OOP Citizen vs. State BY V. T. HAMLIN '• SURE, OOP, I 'LL X CMON, LE'5 6ST DOIVM \ ^HAVEASfbT.' VTO . BUSINESS--1 I IT'S CHUMMY CAME TO L EM /ffTUfiFWHEN GET THEM ITS (MICE / RO /AL JOOL'9! AM' IF N' WANTA STAY OUTA TROUBLE. YOU'LL HANP 'EM OVER; iT .eUZ.' IT WAS TO GET THESE JEWELS THAT I CAME OVER HERE ANJ' KMOCKEP Of A WUI? OFF Hl5 THRONE! NcH.CHISELIN' VYEH.BUT L00<--JUSTICE ;M OM .MATTERS 01 \9 JUSTICE; IP <1N&9 PON'T STATE.THA 'S VViJAT.'\ WAMT DfJlvATE CiTlZEMS AS A PRIVATE \ IM THEIR BUSINESS, TnEro C'T I ZEN . vOU DiP ^T (' SETTER MOT BE STEAUM' HAVE \0 3 J S'.\ESS A CITIZENS' PROPERTY.' POlN' THA.T.' PRICKLES AND HEi FRIENDS Taking No Chances BT AffiRRILL BLOSSER Jus:oe. YosEL S URE GETS WM ^AX HAIR / SOWB^OW ,rM COMMA BREAK HIS LITTLE \ ESSES MI .VSELF A\;0 TURN.5 i.'^ A ? = 2-rCT PA?cK, £ TM'.X .- HE A\;D ThE PAFEC SHOULD 65

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