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THE KALONA, NEWS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1942 i i Ii i i iii i i ii i i i ii frTendly greet;ng o that we wish for our a whole shipload and material High thanks we owe thanks we give. God keep youl Adams greeting tu our friends, ~, if we could, some of the the days when sleigh-bells air. is an affair of the heart, is the kind of joy we t~ now. Loads of good lack, good health to you all. L MOSE LEVY AND ERVIN ..... NOTES FROM finger writes, and having writ, moves on," says the while that moving finger may"cancel not a line" pointed out should inspire all to finer goals for 1942. also Welcome the New Year because we know it w i~ ~Y new opportunities to be of service to you, express through this service our sincere appreci- your friendship. We wish you a very HAPPY R! RS SAVINGS BANK Just as a snowball gmw~ bigger as it rolls down. hill so may the blessings of the New Year grow bigger for you as the months roll by. We are going to give you more reason than ever in 1942 for giving us your valued patronage. Oldaker & Michum CENTER SCHOOL Editor .............. John Miller Asst. Editor ..... Kafinhen Yoder Reporters --_ K.cnneth Hershber- ger. Merle Fleming We a e getting ready to give three one act plays. Watch the paper for exact dates. Eunice Fleming visited school Friday. Center beat Atalissa in :both games. Chalking up the fourth straight victory. The varsity team won by a score of 47-39. Kempf led Center with twenty points and Evans and Devore each had ten points for the losers. The Center seconds beat Atalissa 25-12. Hochstetler ran up twelve points for center and Oepping led Atal- issa with four points. We will play Sharon Friday night. -- O , CLASSROOM NOTES The advanced home economics girls have been studying canned foods: As a part of the p~oject .... they prepared dishes with canne~ foods on Thursday and Friday. OUR WISH May this New Year mean for you a ]oyous strengthening of old ties and associations, and a happy gain in the number of those you count as [riends. May it mean more health, more prosperity, more joy of living. Buckles Cafe threahgld of the New Year we look forward with great :' confident that the important and impressive lessons the way for 1942. Every member of this organiza- for you and yours a full realization of those fine of which the New Year is agent and herald. i .the New Year dawns we again express oar to you and your neighbors for having contrib- important way to our ematinued success In Calvin, Eugene, Ned, Nina, Vera, E. J. They are also sending for book- lets from the can company. The freshmen girls are studying lun- cheons. In connection with their study they made baking powder biscuits Friday. The medieval millinium is the subject that is ;being discussed in world history. The j.~niors' and seniors' future seems rather dark. What with a test in physics on Thursday, a test in history in Friday, and an- other one coming Monday their time will be,~retty well occupied. The English literature class is starting the Classicism period. They (the students) are living up to Pope's maxim. "For fools rush in where angels fear to tread" by plunging in blindly, but they ~ope they will emerge with plenty of knowledge. The geometry class is still struggling with constructions. The freshmen are writing thei~ life's masterpiece or rather they are endeavouving to write com- mendable composi~tions for Eng- ish. QUIPS AND QUIBBLES We have all been studying in the home ec room for the past two afternoons. The :boys seem to enjoy it. They are always playing with fine eggbeaters and the measuring spoons when the tea- cher isn't looking. We're glad you are so fond of cooking utensils boys. Cleese certainly is happy these last few days. One day he started singing "Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing" in school time. Ev- eryone looked surpTised and then Robert S. added the next line, "Tweet. tweet, tweet." Such har- mony boys! There has been a great deal of speculation as to whether or not a striped animal passed Vernon's path last Monday. Our senior boys are returning to their second childhood. At least they were sitting in the freshman !row. Don't blame them for it. They were put there. The sophomore boys love to shut off the bell when it rings. W~hy, they even jump across the desks to beat fine other fellow. Don't you boys ? Mr. Swartzendruber has instal- led a new radio system at school. When he turns it on we can hear what is going on in the other rooms of the s~bool. We all have to ,be careful what we say now. This week Robert S. was the "lonely pupil". He sat in the classroom all by himself. We hope he caught up on his geometry. Why has everyone been calling Mary Jane "Ferdie" lately? Could it be because of the letter you wrote in English class, Mary Jane ? When fine boys were playing baskethall Arthur slipped and fell. The matches in his pocket acei- d~ntly lit and in less time than it takes to tell about it Arthur was up and fighting fire. The burned a small hole in his trou- sers before it was extinguished. Of all the names the boys don't call eac~ other! We don't know at whom to look when they call Eli, Zeke and Ezra. Looking around the assembly I seeL- Merle and Irene studying as urnal. Mary M. reading a library book while two text books lle on her desk. Kenneth shaking his head in dismay over his geometry. Kathleen selling Reuben a sack of peanuts. (Christmas money?) ~ For many years at this time we have been wishing you a Happy New Year, and have found joy in the doing of it. This year it seems even more appropriate because of the troubled times through which we have passed. ~tr We dedicate ourselves to still greater service to you, to greater courtesies. Everyone in this concern feels this re- sponsibility and ~ccepts it gla~lly. Bender & Marner H, ere's a parachute jumper i we will all welcome as he :comes floating down out of December's last dark skies. We hope he is bringing many briqht, happy days for youl You have been qood to us in the past, and we want te say "Thanks for everythtng."i Happy New Year, and-- we'll be seeing youl Dean's Cafe Ernest, Hazel, Mary SEASON'S GREETINGS We are more than justified in feeling happy at the dawn of the New Year, and take this opportunity of expressing our sincere appreciation for your contri- bution to our success in 1941. Our wishes for you are many and varied, and can hardly be set down in this space, but chief among them is the wish that your every cloud may have a silver lining. May 1942 be rich in its blessings for you and yours. Edmondson Department Store CARD OF THANKS lust a little New Year's wish for our many good friends. May all the cards be in your favor during 1942! This past year we have been more keenly aware than ever of the value of your friendship. Only because of friends like you have our growth and service been possible. We thank you sincerely and wish for you a streak of good luck that will continue for 365 days. Rogers Drug Store WE wdcome the New Year because we ]mow it marks the begira~ng d another chapter. The stage is set for another act. Looking backward we see the things we might have done, but did not. Looking forward we see the things we plan and resolve to do. May the sun shine brighter, the days grow longer, may new hope invigorate and cheer us. The Year of Grace One Thousand Nine Hundred and Forty..two ~ at a~d we welcome its arrival KALONA SAVINGS BANK A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL I The world is deeply indebted to the Gregorian calendar for the omlssiom of 10 days in the calendar year of 1582 to help catch up with Father Tune. We are deeply indebted to the people of this community and it would take about 10 days of the calendar year of 1942 for us to expreu to each e~ you pee. sonaily the gratitude we fed for your kindnen to m in 1941. So we are simply sending this "blanket vote of thankam to our many friends and customers with the wish that with New Year's dawn will come a brighte~, happier iutu~ for ~a. HOSTETLER & PIANK HARDWARE