The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 26, 1945 · Page 5
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, January 26, 1945
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ANNOUNCEMENTS Coming Sain Dates MONDAY, JAN. 29—J. M. Bailey sale of farm, and personal property, 5 miles west and 1 mllR south of Colony at 1 p, m. sharp. See large ad In Register Wednesday, January 24. TO BE SOLD at J. M. Bailey sale January 29th: 6-year-old roan mare, wt. 1700 ; 3-year-old boy horse, wt. 1350; 12 ewes; 7 cows; 5 heifers; 5 calves, wt. about 400; 175 bales prairie hay; 90 White Rock hens Jeff Veteto. QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds TBB'I0IA^^QlS7SR^,rogATEyENTO;j^ 26, 1945. PA<3JB FiyE- THURSDAY. FEB. 1—Alvin Ericson Administrator Sale (Heniy Johnson Estate) 'l. mile east of Elsmore, then 1 mile south and 'i mile west at 1 p. m. See large ad in Register Friday, January 26, or Tuesday, January 30. FRIDAY. FEB. 2—Scott Knapp sale, 2 miles south and 'i mile east of Morah at 11 a. m. See large ad in Register, Tuesday, Januarj* 30. 3—Strayed, Lost. Fonnd BLACK AND WHITE pup. male, strayed from 516 South Svcamore. Reward. Phone 1320W. LOST—Bunch of keys somewhere on square. Phone 391. ^MUD CHAINS from truck found. Owner may have by paying for ad._Stephensoh, South Kentucky. AUTOMOTIVE 5—Automobiles For Sale 1929 FORD 2-DOOR, new wiring, good tires. Armor Burche, Moran Route 2. 9—Anto Accessories, TI TM , Parti GRADE III TIRES CITIES SERVICE 301 N. Washington GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAGE 817 South St.—Phone 969 TRACTOR TIRE RECAPPING With Firestone Ground Grip Tread Passenger Tire Vulcanizing 2-Day Service. lOLA HOME & AUTO SUPPLY Firestone D^ler South .Side .Square ^Phonc 43 > 8—Wanted—AiitombUve WANTED — Automobiles; highest prices paid; any condition. See Ralph Cummins. 305 South street. WILL PAY CASH for cheap car. any make. Plionc 384W. George Pisk. BUSINESS SERVICE 9—Services Offered PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING Passenger Tire Recapping. TRACTOR Tire Service Complete. Dunlop Tire Store Floyd "Chig" Mann 105 East St. Phone 156 I SEAL YOLTl RADIATORS and cracked blocks for 25 cents. Plenty of good Sinclair alcohol. Ed Hesi-, 823 Bouih Washington. EMPLOYMENT 13—Help Wanted—Female HELP WANTED—Woman (whltei. to attend middle-aged lady and ciire for modcJ*n home, six days roch week. Ironing,, no laundry, room and board. Wages. References. Write to Box 506, LeRoy, / Kansas. I LADY to do laundry at her home. / Phone 1109. WAITRESS WANTED Street Cafe. at South WANTED — Woman as companion for elderly lady. Modern home. Two in family. Box 12, care Register. 14—Help Wanted—Male PIN BOYS wanted at Bowling Palace, afternoons or nights. See Cliff Lasater. TRUCK DRIVER wanted at Grcn- nan Produce Co!, Elm^ and Monroe. Phone 376. "I apologize, dear, my .siuspicion of that coat you got with a Register Want Ad arc unfounded—it is genuine skunk!" EMPLOYMEI)JT 14—Help Wanted—TVIals PERMANENT JOB as building caretaker. Year around essential work with good pay and overtime. Experience not ncces.^ary. Write Box 268, Topeka, Kansas, and local interview, will be arranged for. _ mANCIAL ~ 18—Money to Loan—Insnranee INSURANCE, Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Farm Loans, Notary Public. The R. L. Thompson Agency. INSURANCE, Real Estate, Bonds, Farm and City Loans. Charles M. Funk. LIVESTOCK 20—Dogs, Cats, Other Pets TOY TERRIER. 3 months old, $5.00. 824 North street. WANTED—A GOOD HOME. I am a real farm dog. No bad habits. I will be good to you if treated right. You will like me. See me at Oscar Stuckey's.—SUSIE. 21—Horses, Cattle, Miscellaneous COW TO FRESHEN soon; aLso two good heifers. George R. Hiser. 224 N. Jefferson. Phone 63. FOR SALE—A cute riding mare, weight about 800; black. 4 white feet, stripe in face; gentle. Wayne Smith, 313 North First. Phone 845. GOOD PONY, weight 800. gentle for kids: a good cow pony, smooth mouth; saddle mare. 3 years old. green broke. Telephone Colony. W. I. Hoffmeicr. 2 GOOD YEARLING whitefaced bulls. Arthur Sprague. 1 mile east Lone Kim. 22—Poultry and Supplies BETTER CHICKS at lowei- prices. GilU. v/rite. or come in and :;fe ViS^. First hatch January 29th. Sunflower Hatcheries. Bron.son, Fort ' Scott and^Pittsburg. 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. • 23—Wanted-Livestock WANTED— A dozen White Rock roosters. Forest Ruiier, Colony Route 1. WANTED —20 head of coming 2- year-old Whitefaced .stock steers. W. H. Wood. Phone 190 or 929. MERCHANDISE 24—Articles For Sale BOY'S BICYCLE for sale; balloon tires. Inquire at 516 North street. FIVE QUILTS pieced in colors of plain print. 619 South Kentucky. Phone 1075J. NO. .12 DAVAL. cream separator, one 8 -month old roan heifer: .some bundle oats in .stock. Roy Evans, 2 blocks east of Country club house. REAL BARGAINS in used clothes, just about anything in wearing apparel including fur coats. 702 North Walnut. WARDROBE TRUNK—Good condition. 701 North Chestnut. ATl'ENTION Chevrolet Car and Truck Owners We invite you owners who do your own repair work to come to us^ for your parts. COMPLETE UNE OF AUTO SUPPLIES. Everything for Your Car or Truck. BUD WHITE MOTOR COMPANY S^„,i„ CHEVROLET s-,„ ^^^^^ JOHN DEERE MERCHANDISE 24—Articles For Sale WATCHES, diamonds, jewelry, hair dryer, comic valentine cards with envelopes. Public Exchange, 111 West street. 35—Building Materials 600 FT. USED lumber at Neosho Falls. Inquire Dr. Mildred Curtis, lola. Phone 1234. 26—Farm and Dairy Prodaeta BALED OAT STRAW, extra nice; pair horse colts. 3 miles east, 1 north LaHarpe. J. C. McOulre. 27—Feed. Fnel, PertiUsert COAL for sale; load or ton. Call 154. ! LOtiilXi FBDD1TCB Ondid E RS: No.v 1 . No.J2 Checlts — Uneraded No. iButtertat , No. a Butt«rfat Sweet'. Cream — Hens,:4-5 lbs. ..34c ..29c ..28c ..320 No. 1 -Light Hens, under 4 lbs—19c tleavj;: bred springs, 2 U». up —34e Uzbt isprlngB, 3 Iba and up 38e All w^lcs and stags, lb -...16c All classes No. 2 PouttiT. So lb. less Greei^ Hides :—lOe Kansas City Produce Kai^ City, Jan. 26. (AP)— Produce: Eggs spiecials 39.5-40.5; all other prices unchanged. lots , mej^um, and - good - slaughter steers, j'earlm'gs ahu lieifers i .:.ou- 43.S0; cows comprised about half of run; cutter, common and me- •«5^-jmiuni lots 7.75-11.00; odd head good to 13.00 f few canners 6.00-7.00: odd bead medium, and good bulls 11.0012.50; few common 10.00; medium and gooU vealers 12.00-13.00; common ana medium calves 9.00-12.00; moderate stoclcer and fkeder carryover In,-dealers pens, some steers moved late at prices ^below early. Hogs 8:50; active,' fully steady; good and choice 170 lb. and up 14.50; sows mostly 13.75. Sheep ' 8,00Q: moderately active, limited :early trade lambs about Steady; ewes steadji to .strong: good and choice truck ;in native lambs 15.00-25; no load 'lots sold early: 4 cars good and choice ewes 8.15; 3 cars 8.00. LaHarpe Items „47c -soo ..21c Kans^ City Grain Kansas City, Jan. 26. (AP)— Wheat 117; unchanged to 1 lower: No. 2 xlark hard 1.63-1.66; No. 2 red nom j.66-1.70"s. Corft generally unchanged: No. 2 white nom 1.22-1.26: No. 2 yellow Oats 1 car; unchanged; white hom 77-81. MUo maize 1.84-158. Kafir 1.86-1.98. Rye'nom 1.10-1.12. Barfey nom 96-1.14 No. 2 Kansas City Livestocic Kansas City, Jan. 26. (AP)— (WPA^—Cattle 1000; calves 200; generally steady on all classes: few R4al Estate for Rent 36— i ^'amis and Land For Rent 160 AOTE FARM, l>-j miles east and ?4 mile north of Bayard: al- falfe, lespedeza and lespedeza pasture'. Inquire 306 North Fourth. 36A4-Subarban SUBURBAN for rent. Inquire after 5 D- m. at Mr.s. Walter Eakin';-, R. R. 3. 37—Houses For Rent COMPLETELY FURNISHED 7-room hou;^ for rent, 401 South Buckeye. Dave Hart. Phone 184 or 451A?7. 38— Ranted— To Rent TO RtINT or buy; 5 room modern hou% at nice location or 4 room apartment. Phone 1470. Real Estate for Sale CAR OP soy bean meal on tracic. Tola Milling Co. COAL PpR SALE, any amount, free delivery. Don Farnsworth, 20 Scott street. COAL AS USUAL—Prompt delivery. J. D. Judah, 810 South Washington, lola. Phone 774. GOOD BALED ALFALFA HAY— Howard Morrison, Route 1, Moran. KANSAS LUMP COAL for sale. $7.00 a ton. Ernest Tipple. Phone 1200. 28—Household Goods ONE MAYTAG washing machine, 2 cylinder motor; 1 Servel Electro- lux refrigerator run by natural gas or butane; 2 9x12 rugs; 1 studio divan, pre-war wine; 1 chair and ottoman: 1 Singer sewing machine; 4-piece bedroom set; 8- piece dmmg room set; 1 end table. This furniture is like new. 4 miles west of Moran on Highway 54: Jordan Puidk. WE BUY, TRADE, sell, household goods and other articles. Henninger's. West Madison. 40—Farms and Land For Sale BEST^EASTERNTKANSAS FARMS 619- acres two miles south, one cast Moran: good soil; graveled two aides: two good set improvement^; assign lease with two excellent tenants; school across road; rent ten year average over $2000; over .$2800 1943, 1944 not all in; for quick sale $37.50 per acre: not listed^elsewhere. Slaughter Agency, Morap. I HAVE SEVERAL desirable farm.s in county for March 1st possession.' They vary from 80 to 320 acres. Well improved and well located. You can have possession on a cornbination rental and purchase contract, which requires very little down payment. If interested see me immediately. G. E. Mahoney, 204 South Oak, lola, Kansas. 164 A(^ES, extra good, level, productive land; all but 2 acres can be farmed with tractor; school hous^, % mile east of Leanna is on north line of farm. This farm has ^Iways been paying good rate of interest rented. Price $5500.00. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington, lola.: 40A-rSnbnrban For Sale 29—Machinery and Tools JOHN DEERE 3 bottom tractor plow, high speed mould-board. George Small. Phone 991F3, lola. MOLINE manure spreader for sale. 1 mile east. 6 north, I '.i east La­ Harpe. W. L. Smith. Ml CORMICK-DEERING 7 ft. iX)wer take-off mower. Will fit F-20 or Model H Farmall tractor; 1 fresh Guernsey cow. Peterson, 1 mile north of Plqua Hill. • SUBURBAN HOMES with acreage and buildings, gas, electricity anci watei", near slab. Cundy, Gas. II—Houses For Sale FOR §5ALE—6-room semi-modern house, garage, chicken house, coal houses cement walks, garden. Phonj; 346. MODERN 6-room house, 3 blocks from • square. New roof on hou.s6 and parage. Phone 1351. 32—Wanted—To Boy FURS AND HIDES Will be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. TRACTOR-rTwo row pull lister, with power lift—in writing, give details. Lynn Dutton, Colony. Real Estate for Rent 36—Farms and Land For Rent IMPROVED 40 ACRES, gas well; aLso 80 acres joining same; 4 miles lola. Sell one or both. Box 502, Moran, Kas. MY 5-flOOM HOUSE and 3 lots, water, gas, electricity, some fruit, 302 $0Uth Fourth. Write T. J. Hackctt, 930 West Sycamore, NeVatto, Mo. 7-ROOM HOUSE, garage. 2 lots. Write Willard Doollttle, 111 West street, lola, Kas. 44—Wanted—To Buy WANTED TO BUY direct from ownec: an Allen county farm. Address Poirt Office Box 84, lola. WANTED FOR CASH—4. 3 or 6 room ^ house. Write Box 98. care Register. 6 OR 7;R(X)M modern house: also furniture to fiumish it. Phone 384W.i George Fisk. FROM STEEL TO RUBBER You can now convert your tractor ot any other farm implement from steel to rubber. For details see us or the Local AAA office. DINTT^S Tm^ SHOK 45% an<*2«% SUPER PHOSPHATE FERTdilS^R Get Yours Now As Suppl:^' is Scarce. SHANNON & SHANNON HARDWARE Phone 29—Forty-Nintli Year—Phon* 2& Kansas City Livestock Close Kansas City, Jan. 26. (AP)—Cattle unchanged. Hogs unchanged. Sheep. moderately active. lamb.s steady to weak: ewes steady to strong; best Wieat pasture lambs offered 15.25; numerous loads at the price: good and choice truck in native 15.00-25;' medium" and good shipments 14.15-90; 4 cars good and choice 133 lb. ewes 8.15: 3 cars at 8.00; 3 cars at 7.75. WAVERLY Mr. and Mrs. Will Morrison had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wade and daughters, Mr. and Mrs, Arch Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence - Morrison and children-and Mrs.,Howard Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Marple and family were Saturday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gerdseii and family. A farewell party was given Monday evening at the home of Ira Smoot and family in honor of Glen Smoot who wl)l leave for the armed forces Wednesday. January 24. Mr. and Mr.s. Grant Dickinson of Mildred were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ross and family. • Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Myei-s and Donald v^ero Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Marple. LAHABPE, Jan. 26—Mr. and Mrs. \ Wilber Booth and Merla Jean were ; Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Booth's ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Booth, !Bron.son. \ I Mr. and Mrs. F., A. Head and family of lola, visited their brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Head, last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. and children and Mr. and I Mrs. Vint Brlllhart left Saturday I for California, where they will work in defense work. Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Eisenbrandt, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed McVey spent Thursday -in Erie, Kans., j attending the dijiner and meeting of the stockholders of the Neosho Valley Co-operatiye Creamery. They report a good attendance. NOTICE At 'he next stated meeting of Golden Gate chapter. No. 272. Fec- ruarj' 6, there will be a special election for secret a)-y.' Members are urged to attend. Refreshments. Mrs. Ruby Shipley. W. M. Mrs. Emma Dfnkerton, Act. Sec. Little Doris Stapleton. daughter of Mrs.. Leah Stapleton. had the misfortune to fall Wednesday evening and severely cut her leg. Cpl. William R. Driver wrote his grandparents. Rev. W. H. and Mrs. Driver that he tind most of the I men in his platoon had received the combat infantry badge. Col. Driver is with .the A. %. F. in Germany. Rev. and Mrs. Drivers arnnd.son. Mr. Herbert Pauli.Di-iver. from Nevada. Mo., visited them Tuesday and Wednesday. Herbert cxpcct.s tn join the navy. • Carl- Nelson suffered a broken arm on the basketball court Wednesday night while at practice. Carl is one of the star players on the town team. Po.^tma.ster and Mrs. Peterson en­ tertained the following friends with an oyster supper Thursday night in honor of the January birthdays; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geer, Mr. and Mrs. John Roedel, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Crogan and children. Those having birthdays m January are, MJ-S . Roedel, Mr. Geer, Mr. Cro- I gan and son BilUe, and Mrs. Pet- I erson. . Miss Martha Brown, who Is in ' St. John's hospital recovering from ! an appendix operation is improv- ; ing nicely. S. 1-c Don Payne and S. Fuzzy Kirby who have been home on leave the past week, returned to New York Tuesday evening to resume their navy duties again. We I wish them a safe return. I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Payne of : Redfield, parents of S. 1-c Don Payne, spent Wednesday evening with Mrs. Don Payne, who ha.s been in the hospital in Kansas City the past week, was released and i Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Hoke and Mrs. I Don Payne went to Kansas City Thursday to bring her home. Mrs. Will Morrison and .son Howard were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morrison Thursday. Mrs. Will Morrison and Mrs. Clarence Morrison attended club Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Conrad GurAsen's. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morrison entertained Mr. and Mi-s. Clifton McGuIre and family. Mr. and Mr.s. Freddie En.?mlncer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Booth and Merla Jean Wednesday evening. Lovely refreshments were served by the and an enjoyable time was had by all. The most popmar Tibetan drinic is butter tea—tea and'biuter churned together. There are about 200 kinds of different OCEAN BRIDGE The Golden Gate Bridge, whicli is the onlv one ever authorized to be built across the outer mouth of a major ocean harbor, approximately $35,000,000. FREE REMOVAL -OF- Deaid Horses * Cattle * Hogs HEIF SALVAGE WASTE FATS FOft Telephone 638 ^^^^ CaU Us Ck)Uect lOLA RENDERING WORKS WASH TUBBS raiYING OVER sevEN MILES A MINUTE, EASY l^APPROJ^CHES KOHOBE—TOO FAST FOR JAP OEFENDlN(i PIANESTO GET SET FOR AN ATTACK Touchdown! BY LESLIE TURNER gi:fTEEtl T!iOiJ3A;!D rEET e."', ,'JV.'. ^ SPHCTATO?': k 'WrCH ,Cf'L "_i .3J 'Ji:i AS THE LONE r>LAIlL TURKS.. .START BACK THRU THE G.-^MTLET OF DEFENDING FIGH1L-R5 AtJD FLAK BOOTS Af^D HER BUDDIES The Bad News BY EDGAR MARTIN -.ROOTS'. ,J L • ; RED RYDER Covered BY FRED HARMAN ALLE TO BE A DUNCE,.... 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