The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on January 30, 1945 · Page 5
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 5

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 30, 1945
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TOT.A.I KANSAS ^ANNOUNCEMENTS QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds • Cominc Sales DatcR THURSDAY, FEB. 1—Alvin Eric- i son Administrator SHIC < Henry Johnson Estate) ^i: mile east of Elsmore, then 1 mile south and 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 Moran at 11 a. m. See large ad in Register. Tuesday. January 30. MONDAY. FEB. 5—Wavne Dix Sale. | <•!', miles west Savonburg. 10:3Ui a. m. Sec large ad in Register \ Thursday, February 1. TUESDAY, FEB. 6—G. W. Smith .Snl'». 2 miles oast, i'i: miles nortii lola, or I'.i miles north of Coun- i try club, at 10 a. m. See large ad I in Register, Friday, February 2. i WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7—J. F. Swisher Sale, miles east of Moran on Highway 54, at 11 a. m. See large ad in Register, Friday, February 2. WEDNESDAY. FEB. 7—Joe Smith Sale, 4 miles west Tola, then 3 .south. 2 west, "j north, gravel road, at 10:30. See ad in Register. Friday, February 2. 1 —Auctions AUCTION SALE—Friday, February 2, 1:30 p. m.. at the south edge of LaHarpe, tm the Allen Davis farm. Dressers, beds and springs, ice box, rugs, tftb!p.<! and chairs, kitchen cabinet, mirrors, dislies, utensils and articles too numerous to mention. Mi-s. Nancy Wells, owner. Oliver & Littcer, auctioneers. EiTol McCuUough. clerk. 2—Personals WANTED—A good dependable home for an elderly lady, .scml-lnvalid Write Box 13, care RcgLstcr. 3— Strayed, Losrt, Fonnd LOST—194.5 li':cn«e 24-2301. Mr.",* C. W. Hubert. P. O. Box 158. La­ Harpe. AUTOMOTIVE 5—Automobiles For Sale 1335 PONTIAC nvprhaulcd. new bnttcrirs. wiod lives. 4 Wcsl Monroe. Phone 407. GOOD AUTOS '31 Plymouth Sedan, with 5 new tires; good clean '30 Chevrolcl Coach: '32 Ford Tudor. CHRYST MOTORS Kelley Hotel Garage 1929 FORD 2-DOOR. new weiring, good I tires. Armor Buj-che. Moran Route 2. Tin^ lOLAREGISTER^TUESpAy EVENING, M 30,1945. PAGE FIVE Cblony News CmiONY, Jan. 29.—Miss Robln- ettc cgackson of Topeka is spending her v|icatlon here with home folks. Pvt^ James Tinsley came Thursday iQghi from Texas for a few days furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Tinsley. He is, en route to acfiew assignment. Mr^ Grayce Henderson and sons, Pfc. glussell Henderson and Cpl. Paul Menderson spent several d&ys at tiip Max Henderson home at Banies, Kas.' Mr .J and Mrs. Lonnie Chambers and <aiildren of Blue Mound spent Sunday at the parental Jim Hendrix Ijome. : • Sgt* Gene Cliatterton, who has been 'in Camp Bowie, Texas, has been fent. to the west coast and has been |lven an A. P. O. out of SaH Francisco. His wife and baby are e|pected here In the near future. :• Mr^ Gene Phillips of Texas is hei-e yisiting her father John Holzapfel en route to Richmond, Va. Cpl.; Billy Veteto of. Independence ^)ent the week-end here with home ?folks. G^City E^^ents "Them Register Want Ads have s|X)iled my chances of pickln' up presents for my wife!" EMPLOYMENT 14—nelp Wanted—Male MERCHANDISE 27— Feed, Fnel, FertiHm* AUTO MECHANICS and body men. i CO..\L FORSALE, any I'crmanent jobs. Addre.s:; Charles A. Fry, Fry-Pope Bulrk Co.. MiU- .'-hiill, Texas. FINANCIAL 18— Ivioney to Loan—Insnranec INSURANCE, Surety Bonds, Real Estate, Farm Loans. Notary Public. The R. L. Thompson Agency. delivery. Don Parn.^worth, 20 Scott street. COAL AS USUAL—Prompt deUvery. J. D. Judah, 810 South Washington, lola. Phone 774. W, IMCO Lay Mash, cwt., $3.10. lola Milling Co. INSURANCE. Real Estate, Bonds, Farm and City Loans. Charles M. F-jnk. ICOAL FOR BROODERS—Get it now. Supply limited. lola Coal & Junk Co., 409 North Jefferson. Phone 317. LIVESTOCK 21—Horses, Cattle, MisccIIaneons EXTRA GOOD 7-yr:u-n|d buy hnv.-r. wcltrht nboii' 1000. Richard Co.\- kendall. 7'- miles soiithe;'.st La- Harpt. KANSAS LUMP COAL, $6.75 per ton delivered. lola Coal & Junk Co., 409 North Jeffei-son. Phone 317. KAN.SAS LUMP COAL for .-yilr. $7.00 a ton. Erne.'it Tippic. Plione 1200. FOR SALE—6 shoats, 1 male hog, white, good one, also Guemsej- heifer calf. Inouire Fairmont Creamery or 1316 N. Jefferson. TEAM MULES, coming 3 year old.s. Good size. Well matched. E. R Ladd. Humboldt, plione lilFH. *—Anto Accessories. Tire*. Parts Exchange Your Grade I Ccrtilicate for an Acme Mile Master Tire You caimot buy a better tire. WILSONSERVICE 301 North Washington YOUNG FRESH GOAT tor sale: aLw red gilt. 423 North Ohio. GOOD USED PARTS PIONEER AUTO SALVAGE 817 South St.-^Phone 969 TiiACTOR TIRE RECAPPING Wiith Firestone Ground Grip Tread Pa.ssenccr Tire 'Vulcanizing 2-Day Service. iOLA HOME A AUTO SUPPLY Firestone. Dealer Houih Side Square Phone 43 7—Kiipalrin K—Garageir 'MAGNETO Generator and .Starter Service 113 East Madison A. R. MASENGTLL BUSINESS SERVICE 9—Services Offered PASSENGER TIRE VULCANIZING Passenger Tire Recapping. TRACTOR Tire Service Complete. Dunlop Tire Store Floyd "Chig" 2 GOOD YEARLING whitefiiced bulls. Artliur Sprague. 1 mile east lionc Elm. •ii —^Poultry end Sapplies BABY CHICK 'IIME—Phice your orders now for February delivery. Taylor Hatcheries. CHICKS! CHICPCS! Book chicks NOW! Be sure of Lhick.'i when wanted. Goodseli'.s double tested egij bred chicles for iEryers and fast broilers. First h;iteh Febniiiry 19. Ciood.^fll Hatcherv. fi;i>; City. Kiin.siis. FOR SALE IMMi:DIATELY— rj,"^ full blood Buff Rock hen.s, laying. Mrs. Walter Skaggs. Moran. Phone ]4Fn. —Wanted—UvcKtock THIO OP 2-YEAR-OLD pray trio of while Pekin ducks. Write Postoffice Box 17f), lolii, Knnsns. glvinfT price. MERCHANDISE 24—ArUcIes For Sale ALL BLUE ENAMEL range cook stove; grates and top" like new. Want to buv manure spreader. J. W. King, LaHarpe. CIKCULATTNG violin. Inriuire South Buckeye. HKA'J'EH. ;ijul ;i before noon. 70.) FOR SALE—National cash register, excellent repair. Peter Pan Cleaners. 105 East St. Mann Phone 156 I SEAL YOUR RADIATORS and cracked blocks for 25 cents. Plenty of good Sinclair alcohol. Ed Hess, b23 South Washington. GUARANTEED BATTERIES Recharging and Repairing. GEORGE R. HISER 224 N. Jefferson Phone 63 j GUERNSEY COW. drinking fountains, steel stanchions, baled prairie hay. Beatty Ray. Phone 976F22. REAL BARGAINS in used clothes, just about anything . In wearing apparel including fur coats. 702 North Wahiut. EMPLOYMENT 13—Help Wanted— Female WOMAN to make home with me and care for two children. Phone 407. STEEL RANGE, household goods, team of horses. 2 sets heavy harness, farm implements. Claude Golden, '-i west of overpass on 59. 26— Farm and Dairy Products •BELLOW SHELLED POPCORN for sale. Nelson Brothers, 5',i miles west Savonburg. OltDER NOW SAVE IMBARRASSMENT LATER Gutter and Spouting—U. S. No. 13 Hybrid Seed Corn— 45 and 20':< .Fertilizer—Steel Fence Posts—Cow Stanch­ ions—Electri|--^rooders. SHANNOTI & SHANNON HA-RDWARE Phone ^—Forty-Ninth Year—^Phone 29 GA^-.CITY, Jan. 29.—A revival meetiijg began Monday night at the Church of God. Miss Kahl and Mrs. Alvlne^from LaHarpe will bring the messages. Come and bring your friend?' and enjoy the services each piPht this week beglrmihg at 7:30. ivirs.; i/l. MorrLson arrived home Salur^y from Tulsa. Okla., where she ha? been visiting for some time at the home of her son and family. Mr. snd Mrs. Loii Boyd from the Sunflower Ordnance*<Worlss .spent a few days nt their home in East Gas last week. Mr. .and Mrs. Elmer Earl and rhildrc^i, Jackie and Barbara of lolu were Stmday visitors at the parental Wm. NJullens home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whitney, Mr. ai*d Mrs. Chapman and Mr. and Mri. Clarence Rose and children left the last of the week for St. Louis \ehere they have employment. PRAIRIE HAY for sale, extra nice. C. J. Scantlin, 3 south, '.i east; BOARD OP COMMISSIONERS OF I First published in The lola Register January 30, 1945.) : GENlERAL ORDINANCE 1205 AN ORDINANCE FIXING THE SALARJtES OP CERTAIN OFFICERS C?P THE CITY .. OP IOLA. ALLEN-: COUNTY. KATJSAS. AND UEPEAi^ING GENERAL ORDINANCE NO. 1202. ORDAINED BY THE BE 6T LaHarpe. WOOD for .sale. 5 miles north, 4 west, 'j .south lola. Will Bedenbender. 2»—nonsehold Goods WE BUY, TRADE, sell, household goods and other articles. Henninger's. West Madison. 29— Machinery and Tools CiOOD PORDSON with Moliiie cul- liv.ilor iiHiiehtiient. east, j :-'n\\h Gas. George Crowcll. 8-I'OOT .straight disk tractor hitch, good repair. M. A. Schlick, Gas City. 31—Seeds, Plants, Flowera FOR SALE—PuHon iind Konotu oiil .suitable for .seed. W. L. Mincklcy Colonv. Kns. 32— 'Wanted—To Bay FURS AND HIDES Will be at Horde's Fruit Market every Saturday. Kenneth Sharp. WANTED—New or used tractor. Prefer Row-Crop .style. Write anrl give particulars. Harry Morrison, Route 1, Moran. WA3TEPAPER, 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 Jefferson. Phone 317. Real Estate for Rent 36— Farms and Land For Rent 160 ACRE FARM. 1':; miles east iind mile north of Bayard; alfalfa, lespedeza and lespedeza pasture. Inquire 306 North Fourth. 38— Wanted—To Rent TO RENT or buy: 5 room modem house at nice location or 4 room apartment. Phone 1470. Real Estate for Sale 40—Fains and Land Far Sale 164 ACRES, extra good, ^Zeni, productive land; all but 2 acres can be farmed with tractor; school Hbuse, % mile east of Leanna is on north line of farm. This farm has always been paying good rate of Interest rented. Pricp $5500.00. Ed Hess, 823 South Washington, lola. THE CtTY OF IOLA, KANSAS: , SECTION 1. That in full pay. ment for the services as such, the follDwlnjif officers of tHe City of lola shall be paid per year as follows: City yerk $2794.80 Citv Engineer 2178.00 Fire Qhlef 2314.80 Citv Marshal 2314.80 City /(ttorney 1200.00 Police'Judge 510.00 City Treasurer 40.00 . wliioh Ktiid salaries, except the Cily Treasurer. .=hall be iiaid one-twelfth (1 121 &ach month. SECTION 2. Tliat General Ordinance No. 120? of the City of lola shall ber and the same is hereby repealed, and all ordinances or part of ordin.inces in conflict herewith be and .the same are hereby repealed. - • SKCnGN 3. That thi.s ordinance sliall Ix- .In full force and effect two rlii.v.s after it.s pa.ssagc and publication in the official City paper. Pa.ssed by the Board of Commts- .sioners tjji-s 30th day of Jan. 1945. Signed ;thU 30th day of Jan. 1945. THOMAS O. WAUOH, ' ' Mayor. (SEAi) Attest: T. E. Shanahan, City Clerk. COI,LASPIB L E DERRICKS , Collapsible structures rather ttian tall derricks are used on oilfields in England, i These structures, which can easily be torn down in the event of an air j^ld and later rebuilt, help give the impression, that there Is little or no work going on in the field and/they have already helped prevent'the Nazi luftwafte from destroying ocveral years' work and disruptini^ the oil prodijction in England. Real Estate for Sale 42— Lota For Sale LOT 93. .SECTION A in LaHarpe city cemetery for sale. Dennis Duzan, Moran, Box 544. 44—Wabted—To Bny WANTED TO BUY dlrdct from owner: * an Allen coun^ farm. Address Post Office Box 84, lola. WANTED FOR CASH—4, 5 or 6 room house. Write Box 98, care Register. 6 OR 7 ROOM modern house; also furniture to furnish it. Phone 384W. Oeorge Fi ^k^ ATTElftlOH Chevrolet Car and Tru^k Owners We invite you owners who do your ipwn repair work to come to us for your parts. .1 COMPLETE UNE OF AUTO SUPPLIES. Everything for Your Car ^r Truck. BUD WHITE MOTOR COMPANY Servirp CHEVROLET «_i„ JOHN DEERE r'"* (Plrst Published; In The lola Rcgls- ' ter January 30, ( 1945.) Ttt iBIeetHe Consumer: TJie 'War Production Board has requested m to notify you of the issuance of Utilities Order U-9 prohibiting certain uses oi electricity. A (topy of ^hls Order Is attached, •you, will'note that the purpose of the;Order Is W rave scarce fuels tised in the generation of electricity as A part ot the over-all war tune fuet conservation program of the United States Govermnent.-^ The uses of electricity which are prohibited under Paragraph (c) of thciOrder aie: (1) Outdocfr advertising and out, door promotional lighting. (.2) Outdoor display lighting except where necessary for the ; condurt of the business of outdoor establishments. 13.) Outdoor decorative and out-' door ornamental lighting. i.i> Show window lighting except - where necessary for interior • lllumipatloai, (5> Marquee l ^hting in excess of • 60 watts for each marquee. (6) White-way street lighting in ' excess of the amoimt deter• mined by local public authority to be necessary for public safety." (7) Oytdoor sign lighting with limited specified exceptions LOCAL PBODVCB Oi -adad Eggs: No. 1 34c No. 2 29c Checks 28c Ungraded 32c No. 1 Putterfat 47c No. 3 Butterfat , 44c [.Sweet Cream —60c with late yesterday; numerous loads medium and low good steers 13.2514.15; Including around 1100-Ib. wheat pasture kind nt 13.65; load of common and medium Mexicans 11.85-13.00; medium and good heifers and mixed yearlings 12.25-14.00; few lots goods and choice mixed 14.50-15.00; common heifers 9.7510.50; cows scarce; few medium and good 12.00-13.35; most common and 110.75; 2 loads top good and choice medium 9 .00 -11 .50; canners and cutters 6.50-8.50; medltun and good bulls 11 .00 -12 .50; odd beef kind 13.00; medium to choice vealers 12.00-14.00; medium and good heavy 1194-lb. steers and 3 loads around 1050-lb. 16.00, today's top. Hogs unchanged. Sheep: closing moderately active, killing classes uneven, generally calves 11.00-13.50; few loads good j steady to .strong; 3 decks choice and low choice feeder steers 12.7513.65; fleshy kind held around 14.00. Hogs 2.000: active, fully steady; good and choice 170 lbs. up 14.50; 140-160 lbs. 14.20-40; sows 13.75. Sheep 10,000; no early sales; ask- Hens, 4-5 lbs 21c No. 1 Light Hens, under 4 lbs_.....19c Heavy bred springs. 2 UM . iq> —a4c ^iTOckfilS'rtS. rh''..."!..-T.-"S'm^^^ and'choice led choice ewes 8.25; many loads 7.75~ " lambs held above 15.75: good and i oi"- choice ewes held above 8.15. 109-lb. fed lambs 15.85: 5 cars good and choice wheat pasture lambs 15.60; good and choice truck in natives 15.00-25: medium to good shipments largely from wheat pastures 14.00-50; 4 cars good and AU classes No. 2 Poultry, Sc lb. less Green Hides 10c Kansas City Grain Kansas City, Jan. 30. <AP) — •Wheat unchanged: No. 2 dark hard 1.62V:;-1.69: No. 2 red 1.69"s. Corn unchanged to 1 lower; No. 2 white 1,22'L-; No. 2 vellow nom 1.13-'',: No. 2 mixed 1.13 Oats unchanged; No. 2 white nom 77-81. , Milo maize 98-2.02. ^ Kafir 1.89-2.02. Rye L12. Barley 1.15. K. C. Livestock Close Kansas City, Jan. 30. (AP)— (WFA)—Cattle: scattered lots medium slaughter steers unsold, this class slow but prices were steady' the face of gas attack. ALL'MASKED All gun crews of the British navy are now equipped with gas masks, which are expected to enable gunners to remain at their stations In Estimated K. C. Livestock Receipts Kansas City. Jan. 30. (API—Ad- n,v.i„v> ..Hii t„ r .w ;vance estimated livestock receipts which,you will note in the battle 6.000. calves ^. *-*'*.ff' . ^ . , r n ' 600. hogs 2,000, sheep 9.000 You will wish to comply fully j • *^ with the Order and we urge that you ^undertake immediately whatever arra'ngements are necessarv to be .sure that vou do not violate the Order.when the mandatory provisions become effective on Febi-uarj 1, 1945. Kansas City Livestock City. Jan. 30. (APi— (WPA)—Cattle 8,600: calves 700: slow on medium slaughter steers: otherwise general market active: good and choice beef steers .steady Any consumer who violates the I ^" strong: uistaaccs 10-15 higher; Order is subject to iJenalties p,e- "'her cla.sscs largely .steady: bulk .scribed by Federal Law which mav."''"'^ teef steers 14.25-15.25: sevcr- incliide the discontinuance of elec-!Bood and choice 15.35- <ric:service it tht- direction of the M ^-OO: latter price for long yearlins .s War iProduction Board. Under the medium weights to big pack- terms of thp Order we mast report 1 '^''s; few loads medium and good to the War'Prochictlon Board the ^ s'^.'^'s 13.25-14.00: numerous small name and locatio"n of any consumer' 'o'.s and few loads medium .steers who refuses 'to dLscontinuc a violation of the Order. We have been irquesfed by tJi" War Production Boiird to urge .vour imniedintc voluntary, compliance in eliminating your uses of electricity which arc p)-ohibited effective Feb- ruaiV 1. 1945. Tlie Board has also requested tliat wc urge upon you maximum corisentatlon In yoiu- other uses of electi -lclt .V, •yours very truly. • CITY OF IOLA. . By Thomas O. Waugh. Mayor. lillEE REMOVAL -OF- Dead Horses - Cattle •* Hogs HELP SALVAGE WASTE FATS FOR EXnOSIVES Telephone 638 ^^^^ Can Us Collect IOLA RENDERING WORES WASH TUBES rf 'KEN CASV RECOVEf?S FROM "BLACKING OUT" V\. AFTER A POWER DIVF TO ESCAPE JAPS.HI5 -PtANE CU^ABIUS THRO AN OVERCAST - - lOOKS AiKE THIS 47 Then What? BY LESLIE TURNER THEYMUST'VE HIT AN OIL LINE.' JUMPING BLUE BLAZES.' I CAN'T MAKE IT BACK NOW.... I'M GONNA BE FORCED DOWN m JAPAN.' BETTER TURN SOUTH... HEAD ACROSS THE INIAND SEA FOR SHIKOKU...IFI CAH JUST KEEP FLYIHG FOR ABOUT EIGHT ^ „ MINUTES MORE.' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Is That Good? BY EDGAR MARTIN Nt9; - V)H/\T'5 TH\S.' . GOOD V ^"^V Si\Gv-\T.' lOVO 00"Y- w^\•^\Ki<b-^^\•^o^ IWL E£D RYDER A Job for Patience BY FRED HARMAN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS If MOM PiMOS OUT YOU Pl^UGHT MB HERc INSreAD OF »CFePlM>5 MB" , AT MO ^Ar, SHE'S GONNA HAVf A FIT.' T W/E'LL TAk-'S- THAT UP LAjeR.. JUMIOR .' SMADV- . _ .. - aiDC HIGH i MEEDS MV -yKNO^ I AIN'T SUPPOSED TO BE / SERVCES f r- CUT AFT^R. 8 O-CUXK •/ J^... ^ . ^ ^ r h'rARD THAT SUSIE LOOM.IS i5 eOlNC- -TC GIVE VOL) A K['3S FCKl EVERY OOt^L NOU SAVt i VO(.''n BETTe,-:; MOT SAVE TOO MANY, LAR.0 SMITH / ALL SET To PLAS A Gccn GAME, SMITH COACH, MV MIMD IS A9 FREE AS A

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