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THE ~NA NEWS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1962 ,ts. So COIl" r that )oi lo- apport :ossett BAYERT0WN by Mrs. Gertie Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Shalla and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shalla of Iowa City, left Monday morning for Florida where they will spend three weeks. Larry Grout and Tom Bai- ley attended the Senior party at Wellman Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Bayer,] Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Shalla, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bailey and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Tappan and family and Dr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson of Ft. Dodge, Iowa and Mrs. Gertie Bailey spent Christmas at the Carl Hasting home. Paul Bailey delivered cattle to Ottumwa Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Grout and Judy were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bingelli and family Saturday evening. Mrs. Gertie Bailey spent Friday evening at the Forrest Strickler home in Kalona. ALPHA CLUB AUCTION The annual Auction Sale for members of the Alpha Club was held at the club meeting, Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. LeRoy Shoe- maker. Mrs. Everett Van De Voort assisted as co-hostess, and arranging the auction were Mrs. Loran Hershberger i and Mrs. Shoemaker. The club netted forty dollars from the sale. Mrs. Vernon Stagner pre- sided at the business meeting and announcement was made of the next club meeting, Monday, January 22, in the home of Mrs. H. V. Beck, with Mrs. Raymond Yotty as the co-hostess. Mrs. Anna Oabel of Donnel- son was a guest of the after- noon and other members at- tending were Mrs. H. V. Beck, Mrs. Thomas Eddy, Mrs. I. E. Orady, Mrs. E. J. Hessel- schwerdt, Mrs. Meredith Mass ~Jr., Mrs. Levi W. Miller, Mrs. Richard Miller, Mrs. Roger Miller, Mrs. Richard Morgan, Mrs. Edward Philgreen, Mrs John Reece and Mrs. C. R. Decker. Patronize the ADVERTISERS "A,d wb~ &'s Iwetl, r~ I,n tb4t t&ir /=ti~, lewd bi~ mort than all bls bretl~en, they h~ted him, and oldd wet sp~ ptaceably unto blm." Gc~tds 37:4 The tragedy in the family of Jacob which finally caused th~ boy Joseph to be told into slaw=y is fully revealed in thb passage of Scripture. Jealousy and parental favoritism was the came of the continual strife in this family. The bmther$ could not speak "peaceablf" to younger brothS. No doubt dm~ was bickexing and shouting and arguing. ~hat an unhappy family this must have been! And it caused the tragedy of brothen selling s brother. Modem delinquency b camed in most part by children being un- wanted by one og both paRnu; by jealousy among the children and patents. It is not caused by a peace- ful home. Jealousy, which caa start in family, can spread to be jealousy between races and nadom. Local News Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elam Christner in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mullet and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Christner and fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Christner and family. Mrs. Henry William Miller was an afternoon caller in the Christ- ner home. Help for your House Why not use those colorful plas- tic spoons or forks as plant sup- ports? They do not rot as wooden ones do and the dirt slips off them readily. Spray or push-button type win- dow cleaners are excellent to use on tile kitchen and bathroom walls which have become especially grimy. Before putting away a clean mop, place a cover made from a man's old shirt sleeve around it, buttoning the cuff around the handle. Since fitted sheets usually wear thin in the middle, use the re- mainder of them by sewing a mattress pad in the center and use as a fitted mattress cover. Helen's Favorite: Red Cabbage, Cream Style (Serves 8) Vs head red cabbage t& cup sour cream 3 tablespoons mayonnaise ! teaspoon sugar ! tablespoon vinegar IA teaspoon salt Core cabbage, cut in eight wedges. Mlg remaining ingre. dients. Arrange wedges in dish and pour dressing over them. Garnish with parsley. Sun-dry your comb and brush frequently ff the hair is oily. A few drops of cologne on the brush will also keep the hair from be- coming too oily too quickly. If you have trouble keeping boots together, install a boot rack in the hallway. Boots will drain on the rack, with the bottom catching the moisture and keep- ing it off the floor. If children tend to mess the bathroom, appoint each one of them, for a week at a time. keeper of the bathroom, to keep the bowl clean, towels straight. soap in its dish and brushes ir place. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Small and family have reported to Stuart Air Force base at New- burg, New York, after visit- ing several weeks with the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Small and Miriam. Roy Pewttt of near Kalona, and his sister, Mrs. John Hubbs, of Crawfordsville were Allen Haberma~ returned to Chicago, Illinois, Sunday to resume his training at the De Vry Technical School, af- ter visiting two weeks with his parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Haberman and Janet. Mr. and Mrs. John Knepp, called to Missouri last week by the death of their grand- mother. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hartz- ler, Susan and Julie, were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Maas and fam- ily. AMONG the members of the weasel family, the mink is a I very versatile fellow. He may not i do some things as well as the otter, the badger or the skunk. but he possesses a combination oi ! talents which make him a worthy opponent for natural enemies, as well as man, who prizds his pelt. The mink can swim, climb a tree, or dig a hole, as the occasion demands. His menu is varied: mice, chicken, fish, muskrats. The male is a gad-about. When he chooses a mate, he seldom lin. gers long and he considers the ~ask of caring for young strictly a fe male's job. Sometimes seen during the day. mink are most active at night. The male may cover a wide range but the female never wanders far from the burrow or hole that she considers "home." The owl, bobcat, fox and, o course, man, are all chemic, where the mink is concerned Alerted to danger, the mink ma) swim, climb or dart into a hole He is capable of speed and has lhc elusive movements of an All-Amer ican halfback. Backed into a cor her, he becomes a vicious fighter and will battle furiously so long as there is a breath of life in his body. The unsociable mink is not a. easy mark for the average trap per. Generally, traps set in water are most productive. With this method, the trapper wades the stream to set and run his traps (which are set under water) and thus the telltale odor of man is no~ left to warn the wary mink. The male pelt is prized by trap pets because it brings a better market price than the smaller female pelt, despite the fact thc female pelt is superior in quality. Because he roams far and wide the male is not so easily taken as the home-loving female. Cleo and Junior and Mr. and i Mrs. Wallace Knepp and fam- ~ily were dinner guests Sun- day of Mr. and Mrs. erie Hos- tetler, Myrna and Merlin. STATEMENT OF CONDITION FdM$ $ I/IN05 B/INg KALONA, IOWA DECEMBER 30, 1961 RESOURCES Cash and Due from Banks U. S. Government Bonds Other Bonds and Securities Loans and Discounts --- Banking House Furniture and Fixtures_ Overdrafts $ 692,158.74 512,288.25 LIABILITIES 287,302.43 1,623,580.95 1.00 30,000.00 166.20 $3,145,497.57 7----@ Deposits ..............$2,827,375.43 Capital Surplus Reserve Account ..... Undivided Profits ___ Trust Funds .......... 50,000.00 100,000.00 40,000.00 127,622.14 500.00 $3,145,497.57 DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS FERD E. eKOLA ~ pRIrMI DleNT D. G. YODIZR vICE PRKIII DIWNT A. A. JACKSON CASHIER |. E. GRADY AMOS MELLINGER OTHER EMPLOYEES MARY ELLEN BEACHY MARIE JACKnON WILMA RHODES ANNETTE M. 8HALLA SHERLYN SWARTZENDRUBER JOANNE YEGGY EILEEN YOTTY Kalona, Iowa, with over 1,200 people is located at the intersection of State Highways No. 1 and 22 in Washington County, southeastern Iowa: It is 18 miles southwest of Iowa City in the Heart of a rich agricultural community. It is the center of one of the largest Amish and Mennonite settlements in the U. S. It Is the home of "Ka- lena Swiss Cheese," the -Maplecrest Turkey" processing plant, Kalona Sales Barn, one of the largest and most modern in Iowa with covered area of 55,000 square feet and known as the "Pig Capitol of the World." Kalona is also the location of the Pleasantvlew Retirement home. A warm welcome always awaits you in our bank and in our town. Farm Bureau Women Meet The Washington Township Farm Bureau women will meet at 10 a.m. January 16 at the home of Mrs. John K. Swart- zendruber with Mrs. Ivan Wagner as co-hostess. It will be a pot luck luncheon with each member bringing a dish of food that begins with her first initial. The stltchery lesson will be continued the same as was given in Novem- ber. IS HERE! OLD MAN WINTER is nat a bit polite. Without any invitation at all, he pushes his way in around the win- dowa and doers and through the roof, walls and ceilings to send the shivers chasing up and down your spine. IFblown or poured insulations go flat, heating costs soar F blanket types shrink, heat losses multiply Reinsulate with ZONOLITE AND SAVE UP TO 40% lie's there, that is if your attic's not insulated or, if old insulation has deteri- orated. To foil this shifty villain, simply pour Zono. lite Vermiculite over old attic insulation. Zonolite never loses efficiency in any way. So, costs so little tool Why not drop in for a free estimate? --= Kalona Builders Supply Co ~= -~-~ L. David Yoder,DiALMgr. 656-2283KALONA' IOWA "" L-P Gas YOU HAVE TWO THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN YOU BUY L.P. GAS SERVICE PLUS PRICE. I. We nave service, a. Price 1~ and 1~ gallon 3. Printed tickets for your protection SEE OUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE: KEPLER fiARDwARE, INC. or call KE-WASH collect PHONE ME 63751 KEOTA