The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 27, 1945 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, January 27, 1945
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TOLA. KANSAS ANNOUNCEMENTS Catabsg Stdea Dates THURSDAY. FEB. 1—Alvin Ericson Administrator Sale (Henry Johnson Estate* 'i; mile east of Elsmore, then 1 mile south and 'i mile west at 1 p. m. See large art in Register Friday, January 26, or Tuesday, January 30. QUi€KIES By^^Ken Reyi^olds FRIDAY. FEB. 2—Scott Knapp .sale. 2 miles .south and U mile cast of Moran at 31 a. m. Sec large ad in Register. Tuesday. January 30. 2 —Personals WANTED—A good dependable liome for an elderly lady, semi-invalid. Write Box 13^ care Register. 3—Strayed, Lost. Fonnd BLACK AND WHITE pup. male, strayed from 516 SouUi Sycamore. Reward. Phone 1320W. MUD CHAINS from truck lounri. i Owner may have by paying for' :td. Peterson. South Kentucky ', AUTOMOTIVE S—Automobiles For Sale Sale.s- Chev'olet -.Service John Deere BUD WHITE MOTOR CO. Phone 60 Implement Dept. Phone 925 1929 FORD 2-DOOR. new wirina . \ good tires. Armor Burche. Moran j Route 2. "Of course, we don't believe in it—but The Register Want Adj was a magic wand!" tHE lOLA REGISTER. SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 27, 1945. PAGE THREE lEtems saia it LIVESTOCK C —Anto Accessories, Tires. Part* Wlicii You Buy .New Tires BUY ACME B.icked by Cities Service. WILSONSERVICE 3oil N. Washington GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAGE 817 South St.—Phone 969 TRACTOR TIRE RECAPPING With Firestone Gi'ound Gri}) Tread Pas,senger Tire Vulcanizing' 2-Day Service. lOLA HOME & AUTO SUPPLY Firestone Dealer South Side .iqiiarc Piiont 43 . 20— Dogs, Cats, Other Pets WANTED—A GOOD HOME. I am ' a real farm 6<r;:. No bad habits. I •will b<- gofxi to yon if treated i right. You will like me. See me at Oscar Stuckey'.s.—SUSIE. MERCHANDISE 27— Feed. Fuel. FettiUaeni 21—Horses, Cattle, MiscelUneoas COW TO FRESHEN soon: also twj gof)d 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. WajTie Smith. 313 North First. Phone 845. GOOD BALED ALFALFA Howard Morrison. Route ! KANSAS LUMP COAL $7.00 a ton. Ernest Tippii 1200. 28— Household Goods ; GOOD PONY, weight 800. gentle for kids: a good cow pony, smooth mouth: saddle mare. 3 years old. green broke. Telephone Colony. W. I. Hoffmeier. ONE MAYTAG washing machine cylinder motor; 1 Servel lux refrigerator run by na or butane: 2 9x12 rugs: divan, pre-war wine; 1 ( ottoman: 1 Singer chine; 4-piece bedroom piece dining room set: 1 This furniture is like new west of Moran on Highjw Jordan Puidt sewing end ;2 GOOD YEARLING whilefaccd ] bulls.JiArthur Spraguc. 1 mile cast Lone Elm. WE BUY, TRADE, sell, hbusehold goods and other articleis. Henninger's. West Madison. 29—Machinery and Tool* 22 —Poultry and 9nppUes 7—Kepairins—Garages MAGNETO Generator and Starter Service 113 East Mndi.son A. R. MASENGTLL 8 —Wanted—.Automotive ; BETTER CHICJfS at lower prices. \ Call, write, or come in and .see us. t hatch January 29tli. Suni flower Halchcries, Bron.son, Fort ' Scot* and Pittsburg. CHICKS! CHICKS! I Book chicks NOW! Be sure of chicks when w.mted. Goodsell's double tested I'gg bred chick.' for layers and broilers. First hatch February 19. Goodsell ' Hatchery. Ga.s City. Kansas. WANTED — .Automobiles; higlic-st Ijriccs paid: any condition. See Ralph Cummins. 305 South .street. WILL PAY CASH for cheap car. any make. Phone 384W. George _Fisk. . BUSINESS SERVICE MERCHANDISE 24— Articles For Sale ^Services Offered PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING Passenger Tire Recapping. TRACTOR Tire Service Complete. Dunlop Tire Store Floyd "Chig" Mann ALL BLUE ENAMEL range cook .stove; grates and top like new Want to buv manure spreader. J. W. King. LaHarpe. BOY'S BICYCLE for .',alc; balloon tires. Inquire at 516 Norili street. ROLLTOP DE.SK—C;.ll 79<U or inquire at 600 East M.idi.son after 4 p. m. •REAL BARGAINS in ased clotlies, just about anj-thinp in wearing I apparel including fur coats. 702 I North Walnut. I WARDROBE TRL'.NK- GfxKi condi- ! tion. 701 North Chestnut. MOLINE manure spreader 1 mile 6BRt. 6 north, 1'; Harpe. W. L. Smith. 32—Wanted—T* PURB AND HIDES will be a Fruit Market every Kenneth Sharp. HAY— . Moran. or .sale, I. Phone 2 Electro- ;ural gas I studio lair and ma.set: 8- table. 4 miles av 54: P HUMBOLDT, Jan. 27—Humboldt ryouth. and the youth of surround- sing towns will welcome Rev. Victor :H. Sword of Chicago; noted missionary to India, in ,a special youth •week meeting, wWch will be held \iat the Presbyterian church Mon=day evening. Tickets to the Fel- jowship dinner in the church dining room at 6:30 have.been issued, and quotas assigned to youth groups of the various churches in i ;Humboldt have been sold out. Rev. Sword will speak in the auditorium p{ the church at 8 R . m. following the dinner in the dining room. Rev. iSworti is a member of the Baptist .church, and has been associated with the Baptists missionary enterprise in India. He is associated [jwith many projects sponsored by the Baptist churcfi in the area of iBurma. Ceylon, India,- and Assam. He returned from the foreign field, after 20 years active duty as a missionary. It Is ei^pected to be one of the meetings of its kind hto have been held in Humboldt. Adults, as well a& youth will attend the meeting in the church auditorium at 8 o'clock. ' Mrs. Carl Oton was hastess Thursday afternoon, when members of the Army Mothers club met at her home to sew carpet rags for 'the Veterans hospitals. Four guests were in attendanbe at the meeting. Thev were: Mrs. J. A. Powell, Mrs. Ida West, Mrs. Fern Griffith and Mrs. Tom Byrum. The afternoon 'was spent in .sewing, and ten 1- pound balls of carr )et rags were sewed and rolled. Mrs. OLson sened refreshments durijig the social hour to" Mrs. Cora Magill." Mrs. Mary E. Myers. Mrs. Bes-sie Campbell. <Mrs. Winnie Wood. Mrs. Era Myer. >Irs. Ethel Griffith. Mrs. Ennos Tillman. Mrs. Mae Berry, Mrs. •Flora Card, and the four guests. Mrs. Nannie F; McCarty entei'- ^tained the Sunflower bridge club in her home Thiir.sday aftcmcxm. Mrs. Mary Schaffner and Mrs. Maggie were' guests. Members attending were: Mrs. C. A. Rev- Ijnolds. Mrs. F. C. Miller. Mrs. J. E. •Wakefield. Mrs. Fred Freeman. ;M?s. J. A. Campbell. Mrs. R. T. Overgard. Mrs. Frank' Pusman. Mrs. E. P. Smith,'Mrs. C. W. Works. •Mrs. Joe Townsend. and the ho .st- ess, Mrs. JicCarty. Refreshments were served following bridge. ' Mr .and Mrs, Lewis Irwin entertained' the Home Builder's class with a party at their home Wednesday; night in compliment to Ralph Cox. who is leaving for sery- ice in the armed forces. The time was spent informally. Delicious refresbpaents were served as a climax tC: a very pleasant social time. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. i31enn ^Bradfdrd, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Collison. Mr. and Mrs. Garcdd Wemmer, Mr. and Mrs. William McGrew.' Mr. and Mrs. Max Sales, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox, Mrs. Elmer Hiirwood, Mrs. Sylvester Metz- ii)ger. MIS.. Ciiarles Knight, and the hasts, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin. The .Bid-a-Bit club met at the home of Mrs. W. C. Adams Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Carrie Cushman and Mrs. W. C. Sliaffer were guests. Mrs. Adams served dainty refreshments to the two guests and fhese tnehibcrs: Mrs. Robert Redding. Mrs. Henry Colbum, Mrs. C. A. Chi!der.s, Mrs. W. J. Casper and Mrs. John Franklin. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hastings left last evening for their home at Los Angele.'i. California. They were called here by the death of Mrs. Ha.stlngs' father, H. A. Harwood. Keith Mayfleld returned to his post of duty with the naval forces ftt San Diego, after a visit here vcith Mrs. Mayfield. F. O. Sydney John.son returned Thursday, evening to Savannah. Georgia, after' a short visit here with home follcs. Mrs. Johnson accompanied him to Ft. Scott, where he boarded a train for Savannah. £5he waiS an overnight guest of Miss Virginia Mitchell, at Pre.scott. and returned to Humboldt yesterday afternoon. She will remain here *ith h'er parents. Mr. and Mrs. Prank -Lindsey. for the present. Lielit; and Mrs. Don R. Coe arrived TTiursday afternoon from Seattle. where he has been a.ssigned to duty with the naval air forces for- the past several months. He is efiroute to a new a.ssignment. They visited in Great Palb. Mont.. •And at Salina. enroute. and wHI visit in Joplin. Iwforc going to his new as.siKnment. They are the Bue.sts of his' mother. Mrs. A. D. Coe. MOKAN, .ran. a &^Mlss Floy Mc! Glashan Is jipending today (Friday) in lola with her aunt, Mrs. Martha Strong. Mr. and Mrs. Slaughter made a business trip to lola Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Elliff and Mr. and Mis. Fred Broom of lola were Wednesday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.' J". Hurlock. old Hardy and son Randy were supper guests Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hurley. Mrs. Lula Freeman has been quite sick since Tuesday night. T-Sgt. and Mrs. W. J. Morris of Tulsa, are here visiting Mrs. Morris' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilson. T-Sgt. Morris has been in Italy for 22 months and is home on a 30-day furlough. Mr. Earl Brooks has not been able tUs week to return to Paola where he is employed. •MINBlt THEATRE Mor'iui. Kansas Sun.. MoTU liics., Jan. 28-29-30 -•Mexander Kfiox. Charles Coburn, Gernldiny Fitzgerald. In •"WILSON" (In Technicolor) i Special Notice: Due to the length of tills production we will present only one shon' each eve and at the matinet. Special admis.sion prirps forUhis picture are: Eve at 8:00. Mat, at ::00. Matinee: Adult* 75c, :sr«rvlcemen, .S.'ic, Children 39c. Etenlng: Adults $1.10, ServlccmJ -JiT- 75c, Children 55c. Tax Ineludml. Mrs. Bin -McCoy and .Mrs. Ruth Bartlett ware In lola Thursday. Mr. Elmer Kerschner from Beaver. Iowa, •^ho has been visiting here, is goirig from here to Shenandoah. Iowa. His brother. Mr. John Kerschner from Ida will ac! company hiin where they will visit I another brcj'ther. It ha.- been a good many years since these three brothers hai-e been together. Mrs. Charley Agner .called on Mrs. Frank Rees and Mrs. James Boyd Thursday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. Heard have rented Mrs. Knapp's property in the north part of town. We are very glad to reixirt Mrs. .Q. E. Lacev improving. Mrs. Cynthia Mitchell. Mrs. Har- SATIATED St. Louis. Jan. 27. (AP»—A saUor visited a USO center here in a recent stopover. Elbowing her "way through the crowd, a solicitous hostess inquired about his health. "I'm okay, but I have a slight .sore throat." the sailor said. "Have vou tried gargling with salt water." she asked. "Lady, you're asking me — who's been torpedoed three times?" LOCAL FBODUCB Oradad Eggs'- No. 1 - 34c No. 2 29c Checks - - 28c Ungraded _ 32c No. 1 Butteriat 47o No. 2 Butterfat : 44c Sweet Cream 60c Hens, 4-5 lbs .21c No. 1 Light Hens, under 4 lbs 19c Heavy bred springs, 2 Bie, up —34c Ught springs, > lb* and up __.23c .All cocks and stags, lb 16c All classes No. 2 Poultry. So lb. les« Green Hidea 10c American consumers spent about $97,000,000,000 in 1944. There are 860 different languages spoken in the world. Real Estate for Rent 38— Wanted—To Rent ;TO RENT or buy: 5 room modern i house at nice location or 4 room : apartment. Phone 1470. Real Estate for Sale 40—Farms and Land Fet Sale for sale. k?ast La- Horde's Saturday. WANTED—New or used tractor. Prefer Row-Crop style. Wijite and give particulars. Harry Morrison, Route 1, Moran. 'i HAVE SEVERAL desirable fanns j. in comity for March 1st pos.scs- \:. sion. They varj- from 80 to 320 ; hcres. Well improved and well located. You can have possession on ; a combination rental and pm-chase i" contract, which reouires very little I, down payment. If interested sec ;> me immediately. G. E. Malioney, li 204 South CH»k. lola. Kansas. WASTEPAPER, SCRAP IRON— Government urgently in need of it. Let's do our part to hasten the end of the war. lola Coal & Junk Co.. 409 North Jeffersonj. Phone 317. Real Estate for Rent 36— Farms and Land For IMPROVED 40 ACRES. ;.Lso 80 acres joining .same lola. Sell one or both. .Moran. Kas. 160 ACRE FARM. 1-:; miles and >j mile north of Bavard falfa, lespedeza and lespeqeza fure. Inquire 306 North 36A— Suburban 105 East St. Phone 156 I SEAL YOUR RADIATORS and . cracked blocks for 25 cents. Plenty of good Sinclair alcohol. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington. <• T.'iBLE RADIO for tale. Inquire at 415 East street. WATCHES, dia.monds. jewelry, hau- oryer. comic valentine cards with I envelopes. Public Exchange, 111 West street. WaJhini »LOY EMPLOYMENT 25—Building JIaterials 600 FT. USED lumber at Neosho Falls. Inqtiire Dr. Mildred Curtis, lola. Phone 1234. 13—Help Wanted—Female L.ADY to do laundry at her home. Phone 1109. 26— Farm and Dairy Products SUBURBAN for rent. Inquire after 5 p. m. at Mrs. Walter | Eakin*.:. R. R. 3. • ^6* ACRES, extr* good, level, pro; ductive land: ail but 2 acres can - be farmed with tractor; school i house, -'i mile east of Leanna Is i' on north line of farm. This farm I has always been paying good rate i; of interest rented. Pricr» $5500.00. I- Ed Hess, 823 &uth Washington. ;•, lola. ' i : 41—Houses For Sale Rent well: 4 miles Box .502. east ; al- pas- Fourth. fOR SALE—6-room semi-modern garage, chicken hoase. coal i' cement walks, garden, i: Phone 346. ;5lODERN 6 -roonT, :i bl(x:k.- j," from .square. N^;w root on liousc and garage. Phone 1351. J ,7-ROOM HOUSE, garage. 2 lots. Write WUlard Doolittle, 111 West U sU"eet, lola, Kas. 37— Houses For Rent COMPLET^Y FURNISHED 7-room house for rent. 401 South Buck- eve. Dave Hart. Phone 184 or 451W. 44— Wanted—To Buy WANTED TO BU'^ direct from i owner: an Allen county farm. • Address Post Office Box 84, lola. WANTTX) FOR PASH-^. .-^ or 6 : room house. Write Box 98. care • Register. S OR 7 ROOM modern house; also i furniture to fiimish it. Phone 384W. George Fisk. \n «Mer to I'ri'viomi Pn»ilf U. S. Naval Air Unit BALED OAT STRAW, extra nice: pair colts. 3 miles east. • 1 north LaHarpe. J. C. McGuirc. WANTED —Woman a.s companion | pr^rTvRN'f-.r i for elderly lady. Modem home, i ^^L,"^^ SHELLED POP(:ORN lor | Two in family. Box 12, care Reg-! s'^'e Nelson Brothers. D >... imles I I _*'est Savonburg. 14—Help Wanted—Male 27— Feed, Fuel. FertUizen PIN BOYS wanted at Bowling Palace, afternoons or nights. See Cliff Lasaler. , TRUCK DRIVER wanted at Grennan Produce Co., Elm atid Monroe. PJiotie 376. FINANCIAL CAR OP .soy bean meal on track, lola Milling Co. COAL FOR SALE, any amount, free delivery. Don Farnsworlh, 20 Scott street. i COAL AS USUAL—Prompt delivery. ! J. D. Judah, 810 South Wosliing- I ton, lola. Phone 774. 18—Money to Loan—Insnnuiea INSURANCE,' Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Farm Loans, Notary Public. The R. L. Thompson Agencj'. fNSURANCE. Real Estate, Bonds. Farm and City Loans. Cliarlea M. Punk. COAL FOR BROODERS—Get it now. Supply limited. lola Coal & .Tunk Co.. 409 North Jefferson. Piione 317. KANSAS LU.MP COAL. S6.7o per ton delivered. lola Coal & Junk Co., 409 North Jefferson. Phone 317. 45% and 20% ^ SUPER PHOSPHATE raililUZER Get Yoius Now As Supply" is Scarce. SHANNON & SHANNON HARDWARE Phene 29—Fortr-Ninth Year-^^P^ne 29 HORIZONTAL 1 Depicted is insignc of Scouting Squadron 2, U. S. naval aviation 6 Father or mother 12 Mountain crest 13 Superintendent 15 Chest bone 16 More facile 18 Sheltered side 19Crar 21 Roman road 22 Sleeping iur- nituK fpl.) 23 Caterpillar h^irs 25 Ringlets 26 Seines 27 Gaelic 26 Size of shot 29 Any SO Story 32 Asiatic kin ^om 35 More, cnppled 36 Slaves 38 God of war S^liaipprej's Physiral Re> search (ab.) .45 Take into custody 47E](pire |48 Cuban.trofon 50 Rcctiljy 52 Goes sttaltnily 53 Harm'onv VERTICAL 1 Markets 2 Is ascended 3 Payrricnt back 4 That jone 5 Bom I 6 Equal 7 ArriN'jal (ab.) 8 Rupees fab.) 9 Catchers of eels 10 Scwii;ig implement 11 Lock 13 Hops 14 Contend of hair kiln ^7 Sloth ;20Cl8tters 22 Polish 24 Compound ether 25 Stop -30 Marine fish 31 Mulct •33 Chaplet i34 Kind of sheep 35 Endures :37 Plants . 39 God of love 40 Make a . mistake 41 Lion 42 Steamship (ab.) 45 Noah's boat 46 Road 49 On account (ab.) 51 Manuscript (ab.) MOON REFLECTED EARTH The ancients thought the moon had a mirror-like surface, and the fjjatures they saw on it were thouglit til be reflections of continents and s(ias|hei'e pn earth. CASH for DEAD Kprsea • Cattle • Hogs LENDE Phona A« £ FREE REMOVAL , —OF i Dead Hwse« Cattte • H^gs HELF SALVAGE WASfE FATS FOR Telephone 638 CdlU«CoQee« lOLA RENDERING WOSES WASH TUBBS Close Shave BY LESLIE TURNER '•BETTER CROSS KOHOBE FARTHER OO'JTH THIS TIME... SMOKE MIGHT O' SHUT Of F ^ THAT PART FROAA MY CAMERA CM THE FIRST TRIP OVER... nnNABLE TO GET IN -^POSITION FOR EFFECTIVE ATTACK ON EASY'S ONARMED THUNDERBOLT, JAP FIGHTERS CUICKUY CllMBTO DIVE ON IT AS IT SCREAMS PAST THIS SHIP CAN DIVE TOO, MYHEARTIfS.' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES On Hurrah Hill BY EDGAR MARTLN H^O f\ 600D RBDRYDESt A Man of His Word BY FRED HARMAN 1/ . Your Funeral BY V. T.HAMLIN (WELL, rOOZ\. 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