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THE KALONA, NEWS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1942 D~G out theold! Ring in the new! LThere's At a warming of the heart as the New Year dawns. Eat, d~k and~be'merry! For your friendly patronage dur- ing the past year we thank you sincerely. It is the wish of every member of ~is organization that you may find 1942 filled wi~ good things .... new horizons, ,greater prosperity, and greater joy in lie. in~ HAPPY NEW YEAR! Mellinger Lumber Cos All abo~d for 1942, a~el t~e top of the woiAd to you a~ we swing into the new orbit of B,tter Days to Come. May the joyous spirit of the "New Year, pervade you, ~d may 1942 pour gifts into your cup until it is ~lled to overtlowins. Kalona Postoffice Chet--Cleola !A TOAST TO OUR FRIENDS we ~lre gJad tO say faro- well to 1941 and rejoice New--when that price- termined, during 1942, with you at the dawn of the New Year, for we leas thing called Time to take still further truly believe i opens occupies the spotlight, st~ps to merit your con- wide the portals +o better we pause to consider tinued friendship ~and things. . that priceless thing loyalty to us. We hope that Father called Friendship. In our May the sands of the Time, with h~s quiver full businesswe could not be hourglass bring you of days, has ma~y golden without it, and be- :-~ many :golden hours ones reserved for you, cause we value it so ~[ ~/ of happiness in the and that your New Year highly we are de- 4").(I year to come. celebration will be full of " ioflific~fion and. enjoy- mont. Teet s Br0thers] nevr01et Co. Shetler Motor Sales Thls organization has grown up wifhthls community, and, during good times ond-bad;~ has bJng~fead- lastly to the principle that the good,will of its cus- tomers is an asset beyond 'all price, and we are willing to break precedent, affirrms; in~ order'to : retain it. In this spirit of appreciation we wish for you and yours the most enjoyable ~nd prosperous New Year you have ever known. Snair Hardware Company AWORLD grown fired and weary is reborn at the i stroke of 121 In sending you ' our New Year greetings it is with the wish that the joyous sp|rit of New Year's Day will extend far into theyear, and that 1942 will bring you more of life's real values than any year that has gone befc~e. J. J. Fisher & Son 'What is it:Chat you wish for most ?' Let us tell you of our most wished for wish. We wish we had but one opportunity to rub Aladdin's Magic Lamp to summon forth the Geni to make that most wished for wish of yours come true. We owe you much more than-mere wishes, of course; for the loyalty~you have shownus during the years.~ And we will-try to~.repay our debt to you--during ~x942--~-with still better values, still greater sexice. ThdWares You've rung the bell t for us, and we're ringing it now for you--rlnging in 365 | [[y grand and glorious Fol k s da. of health, hap- pineu and prospe~ ity for 1942. This~ is our wish for you at this happy New Year ~=on. Roller Rink Local News Guests at a family dinner in the E. A. Ritz and F. E. Bour- geois ,home in Washington, on Christmas day were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jackson and Judy; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ritz, Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Petsel and family of Iowa City and Dr. and Mrs. D.C. Snyder and family of DeWitt. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hoehstetler and the Glenn Hochstetler family were supper guests C~aristmas eve at the Homer Yoder home in i Wellman. Guests at a turkey dinner with Mrs. Anna Snair Christmas night were Mr. and Mrs. Olin S. Snair of O~tuwa, Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Thompson and family of Boone; Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Snyder and family of DeWitt; Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Beck and family; Mrs. G. W. Beck; Mr. and Mrs. Welter Snyder. This occasion was in honor of Mrs. Snair's 75th birth- day at which all of her children, grandchildren and great - grand- children were present. Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Snyder and family of DeWitt came Christmas eve for a visit in ~ parental Weller Snyder home. Dr. Snyder returned home Friday morning, while Mrs. S~yder and children will spend the week here and with relatives in Washington. Christmas day dinner Suests at the J. B. Strickler home were Mr. and Mrs. John Roessler and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sttrickler of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Strickler and Nanette, Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Strickler and Marilyn, N~r. and Mrs. Jack Guengerlch, Everett Miller of Wellman. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guengerich entertained the following guests at a dinner Christmas eve: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Guengerich, Glen and Paul, John Yoder and Lena, Nina Bender, Marjorie Yoder of Wellman. Evening callers were Ray Brenneman and Marvin and Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Brenneman. Guests at a pot luck dinner in the home of Mrs. Vertie Kennard Christmas day were: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kennard and family of Ox- ford, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bernet of West Liberty; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kennard and Ilene; and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Krantz. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Kinsinger entertained the following Christ- mas day guests: Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kinsinger of F1Ttown, Jennie, and Gertrude Kinsinger of Iowa City; Clifford Kinsinger of. Shar- on and Kate and Aaron Kinsing. er. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Sndgrass, Richard and Charles passed last Thursday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dunn near What Cheer. Guests passing several with Mrs. Anna Snair are Mr. and Mrs. Olin C. Snair of Ot~va, Kansas and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Thompson and family of Boone. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Rogers had as their dinner guests Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Longwell of Wellman, M~rs. M. V. Rogers, Mrs. Velma Way, Mac Snyder and Mr. and Mrs.~ Eugene Way of Geneseo, III. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Miller of Davenport were ~upper Th, ursday evening wi0h Mrs. C. C. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. John Yoder of Iowa City, Alvin ,Kate and Vel. ma Yoder, were dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. John Yoder of Iowa City, Alvin, Kate and Vel- ma Yodels '~rs, Aaron Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Yoder were guests at the Orie Yodev home for an oyster supper Christmas eve. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hochstetler, Edna and Lizzie, ~Mr. and Mrs. Emarxuei Swartzendruber and Mary, Mary and Barbara Hoch- statler rot Iowa City were. guests at the Joe M. G~agy home on Christmas day. Elmer M~rner and Mary Hater left last Wednesday morning for Salina, Kansas to spend Christ. mas with Mr. and Mrs. Frances Palmer and famil~v. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Swindell of Benton Harbor, Michigan were Christmas g~ests in the Dave Marner home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wjttrig pas- sed their holiday vacation at the Howard Wittrig ~ome at Havre and in the Homer Ihrig home at Wellman. Dinner guests in the home of M~. and Mrs. V.J. Spevacek Thursday evening were Mr. and Mrs. E; R. Cartwright 'of Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. John Shalla Jr. and Darlene and Mr. and Mrs. Joe S~evacek and Mavis of Chi- cago. Mavis Spevacek remained for a weeks visit in ehe Spevaeek home. HappyNew Year! At this joyous season we wish to express our sin. ~ere fesling of good will and friendship to the many friends and Custom- ers whom It has been our privilege to serve during 1941. May you ride"high, wide and handsome" every day k~ 1942, and may the best of everything be in store for you and your=. ~Wahl Machine Co. Let us give a toast to the bright young New. Yeart Let us drink to the better, happier days we know must He ahead in 1942! And here's to you, our loyal friends and custom- ersl" Good health, good cheer, and--HAPPY NEW YEAR! Margaret Friese .Jk ~- We'd like to say Imaps more than just "thank you," and heaps more than just "Happy New Year," because your kindness has meant so muc~ to us in 1941. We'll say it during 1942. not with mere words, but with more value and more service written into every transaction. ~r So at this time we simply say thank you, and Happy New Yea~l Hostetler Hatchery B "Ring Around the Rosle," "Drop the Handkerchief*' and "Farmer in the Dell" are all ~ymbols of happy New Yeerdsys of long ago. We uy Happy New Year now to you with the hope that some of this old-fash- ioned spirit of New Year's, With its carefree festivities and its unalloyed enjoy- ment will sweeten and brighten this New Year's =e~on trot .1,o-- C. E. Strickler * * * A THOUSAND Let us all make merry reason sufficient. New of Time and brighter ports As for ourselves, under and with the same friends to reach new heights of in 1942. A thousand thanks We wish you a holiday of and joy, and a New Year and blessings: JIM -- CHRIS e TO EVERY PATRON AND NEW YEAR, AND WE NESS AT OUR CaM WHATEVER SUCCESS WE 1941 HAS BEEN THOUGHT IN M DEAVORS AND I STILL BETTER OOD L Another year . in the role of a in a ,world grown yotmg f an abundance of larger sense, the m the days to come. May we hope for a rdtations which Dr. Shelman Jack dlcfiona~y.., blg words with the splendor of royalty, of diamonds, words as peacock's train. There are homely words, folks like ourselves these carry our simple New Year thanks for your kindnest, Happy New Year.