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II W~ANTED----150 bales of third cutting alfalfa hay. Harold Pribyl. Riverside, 21/~ miles east of Bush Corner. Midway 8-~36. p8 'MIEN WOMEN--We establish you in your own business on our captial. No investment. No exper- ience necessary to start. Part or full time. Small cities and towns best. P. 0. Box 565, Winona, Min- nesota, p9 FOR SALE--Black and white 19551 Mercury 2-door hardtop, standard transmission, good tires, radio, heater and ill good condition. Price, $300.00. John Glick, Route 1, Kalona. p8 FOR SALE--Guernsey milk cow to freshen in March. Also single buggy with drop axle. Clifford B. Miller, Kalona, Iowa, Rt. 2. p8 FOR SALE--Mens ice skates, little league baseball shoes, elec- tric train complete with switches and other accesories. Phone 656-~ 2855 after 6 p.m. c8 FOR SALE--Fur coat and pair of horse blankets, nearly new. Lloyd Stagner, Kalona. p9 FOR SALE--V~elf feeder for cattle on skids. Chris M. Miller. 1 miles east of Kalona. p9 FOR SALE---3-year-old full blood ~Angus bull, sure breeder, a guiet individual. From Joe P. Ginger- ich herd. Fred Nisley, Rt. 2, Ks- lena. p8 FOR SALE--Boys Scout uniform, complete. Size 10. Dial 656-2658 call after 4:30. c8 NOTICE--Adding machines to buy or rent. Electric 10 key for sale. Greene Center Book Store, Well- man. c8 FOR SALE~Corn fed beef by the quarter. Dial 683-2402. Leslie By- ler, Rt. 1, Kalona. 8t~c FOR SALE -- Small registered Beagle hound with two pups. Walter ~peas, Kalona. !o8 FOR SALE--81/~-foot IHC refrig- erator with freezer across top; 22-foot Amana chest freezer, 3- years old; 12-foot Amana upright freezer, 6-years old; Home Health 1-gallon pasteurizer; Bassinette with pad and liner; baby butler high chair; Teeter-Babe; Easy- Spin washer; Knee hole desk; large wardrobe; small chest of drawers. Emil Yoder, phone Well- man 646-2673 p9 FOR SALE--Yearling Holstein troll. Dam produced 641 BF; 17,750 Ib milk in 317 days. Sires dam produced 700Ib BF; grand- dam 1,000 lb BF. Ernest Yutzy, phone 683-2488. p8 FOR SALF,--Hybrid white pop- corn, 15c pound. Also tractor tires, one 12x28 and nearly new 13.6x28. Ernest Yutzy. p8 FEEDING MOLASSES---S44.00 a ton delivered. Strickler Bros., Ka- lena dial 656-2416. 18tfo FOR RENT--UrLfurnished 3-room apartment, $35 per month. Logan Reif, Kalona. Itfe NOTICE~If you have in mind to build a new mill, we specialize in just that. See me for estimations and layout. We also rebuild. Dan J. Shettler, Rt. 2, Box 258, Kalona, Iowa. 6tic DITCHING, trenching, excavating earth moving and all types of drag line, backhoe and end loader work. Jack Reeee, dial 656-2517 Kalona. 80tic LIVESTOCK HAULING to Chi-, cage. Full or part loads. Contract Eldon Stutzman, Hills, dial 683- 2480 Sharon Center or Floyd Honn, phone Iowa City 337-7124. 82tfe FOR RENT--Clarke rug shampoo machine. Clean your own rug, s and get a professional job at low cost. Mellinger Lumber Co., Ka- lena. 40tfc WANTED--Baled hay. Timothy or brome. Also straw. Dial 656-2344. Simon Mullet. c9 WHEN TO treat a cold--At the first sneeze, runny nose, sore throat, watery eyes. It's much easier to check. Any druggist will pay you, back your 69e if three doses of BQ+6 tablets, taken a half hour apart, do not please you. Yo~ don't wait 4 hours be- tween doses! Fast, easy, effective, i Today at Stagner Drug Store, Ka- elO DID THE DOCTOR say vaporize for that tickling cough ? If so we have them for sale, or one tha~ runs a full eight hours which we rent for $1 a night. Ask us about it. Stagner Drug Store. 8tic ATTENTION Farmer--Wo~ld you like to .plant some True Single Cross 805 DeKalb this spring? If so call Delbert Miller, your De- Kalb dealer. Phone Sharon 683- 2461. el0 FOR LEASE--28 third litter sows to farrow in 3 weeks. Roger J. Swanson. Phone Olds 2520. c9 FOR SALE ~ Jonathan apples. $1.25 per bushel. Bring containers. John S. Yoder Jr., Rt. 1, Kalona. c8 WANTED~A high collar coat prefer sheepskin. Write Emery H. Miller, Rt. 2, Riverside, Iowa. p8 FOR SALE---Coal and wood burn- ing stock tank heater. Lawrence Yeggy, Ri'verside. Ph. Midway 8-3031. p8 FOR SALE--Deep well head pump with electric motor and tank; fuel oil water heater; oil burning floor furnace, also pressure tank. Dan J. ~I~rshberger, at. 2, Kalona, 2 miles north of Kalona. lO8 WANTED--Good used piano. Mrs. l~. D. Duwa. Phone 656-2203, Ks- lena. *8 NOTICE-- Dr. Pa~l McAndrew will be attending the Iowa Vet- erinary Medical Association Con- vention in Des Moines January 14, ,15 and 16th, but the office will be open. c6 NOTICE~The annual meeting of the Washington Township Board of Control will"be held Tuesday, January 16 at the Community Center. c8 FOR SALE--15 Montana Here- ford cows to calf in the spring, coming 4-year old, bred to Angus bull. Paul Ruth, Riverside, Iowa. Phone ~l~dway 8-2557. pl0 LOOK for Red Comb-Pioneer feed display ad in this issue of the News. c6 FOR SALE--8 wet sows and a good Guernsey milk cow. Eddie J. Miller, Rt. 1, Kalona. p8 WATCH for Brenneman Feed Service display ad on January specials next week. c8 ,FOR SALE -- Portable loading chute. Floyd Brenneman, Rt. I, Kalona. Dial 683-2268. SOYBEAN MEAL ~ $74.00 per ton, in not less than %-ton lots. (No stamps). Before January 13. Duane's Feed Service. c8 1961 CROP ff~flICHIGAN Navy beans for sale at all times. Ser-U- Wel Cafe, Kalona. Dile 656-2514. c8 FOR ROCK, Sand, gravel or lime- stone, dial 656-2653, Eugene Way for prompt service. 21tic FOR ARTIFICIAL SERVICE by Eastern Iowa Breeders, call Iowa City 338-6315. Howard E. Miller, Technician, or call Ike Yoder, Ka- lena, Dial 656-2314. Call before 9 a.m. 7tic SHOP GAMBLES STORE in Ka- lena for your driers, washers, re- frigerators, ranges, freezers, hard- ware and paints. 18tfe FOR SALE--Poland and Duroc boars. Cecil Hughes, Rt. 3, Iowa City. 44t~c FOR SALE--16 foot grain and silage feed bunk, two piece Moor- man creep pig feeder. Elmer J. Ropp, Rt. 2, Kalona. Dial 656-2700, Kalona. 42tic SP(YUTING, sheet metal and heat. ing. Satisfaction, work guaran- teed. Reasonable prices. Write or call Bob Roe's, phone 0L3-2991, 119 North Avenue, Washington, Iowa. 48~e AMANA Air conditioners, chest and upright freezers; G. E. Ap- pliances, Tappan stoves. Kepler Hardware, Kalona. 14tie WANTED--Light and heavy hens Hoppys Produce dial 656-2817 Ka- lena. 41~e NOTICE-- Dial New Numbers. M~llet Trucking, Grain, livestock, hay, straw, sand and rock. Henry Mullet phone 656-2613; if no ans- wer try Gerald Marner, phone 656-2557. Office-Kalona Sale Barn, phone 656-2222. 4tie _i CROWNcRETE cement for the small jobs or patching, all you do is add water and go to work. Mix- tures to suit all jobs. Bag or ton. Mellinger Lumber Co., Kalona, dial 656-2616. 40tfc ELECTROLUX sales and service. Phone 838-0172, Iowa City. 8fie AUTO PARTS Salvage, buy and sell. Evenings or by ~ppointment. No Sunday calls please. Ray Beaehy and Sons, Kalona, 656-2580. 46t~ TICKETS are being sold for the Annual Youth Banquet by the churches of the community. The banquet is Thvrsday, January 25, 6:30 at the Kalona Mennonite i Church. Tickets are $1.00. Contact one of the following for your tic- ket: Jerry Yoder, Beverly Yoder or Rick Fry. c8 FOR SALE---8-foot work table; 9x15 all wool rug and pad; and a 13-inch Coleman oil burning heat- er. Raymond Schlabach. Phone 683-2588. c8 FOR SALE~Dormeyer electric mixer; table top electric broiler, rinse tub, bunk beds and doll crib. Phone 656-2855 after 6 p.m. c8 AVON COSMETICS needs mature, ambitious, energetic woman with car to represent these top-quality products. Write P. O. Box 285, THE KAI~NA NEWS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1962 f - ]that they are of good reputa- :tion and that they can deal with the public agreeably and I effectively. THANK YOU~ I wish to thank my friends Applicants must take a for all the cards, letters, calls, t qritten test. Those who pass :rayers acts of kindnesS[will be assigned fina rating aurmg my stay m the nospitm on the basis of this test and and since returning home. P Maurice Altenhofen I wish to thank my neigh- bors and friends for remem- bering me with calls, presents and cards on my 85th birth- day. p Mrs. Joe Saforek My sincere thanks to every- one for their calls, visits, cards and acts of kindness on their experience, and fit- ness for the position. They must have resided within the delivery of the office for one year immediately preceding the closing date of the exam- ination. In addition, they must have reached their 18th birthday on the" closing date Competitors must also show Burlington, Iowa. c8 during the time I was con- fined in the hospital and since' FOR ~A,LE--Roper bottle gas returning home. stove, $10.00. Mrs. Katie Schla- ~ Fay (Pete)Boone bach, Rt. 1, Kal0na: p8 FOUND on highway. 3 sheets gal- vinized roofing and 2 bales of hay. See Walter Speas, Kalona. 1)8 FOR SALE--Old hens for butch- ering, about 130. Dial 683-2592. Chris J. Helmuth, Rt. 2, :Kalona. ps FOR SALE~Feeder calves. How- ard Keifer, Rt, 2, Kalona. Dial 656-2498. p3 SEE LA~NNOUNCEMENT of Ka- lena Motor Co. in this issue of the News. e8 FOR SALE--l-wheel utility trail- er; fiberglass canoe with paddles, cushions and back rests. PhoneI 656-2855 after 6 p.m. c8! NOTICE--Will put Bori~m on horse shoes. Eli S. Bontrager. Iowa City, Iowa. c8 WANTED ~ Work. Junior Co- blentz. Dial 656-2364, Kalona. c9 CHURCH NOTES SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 1962 EAST UNION MENNONITE A. Lloyd Swartzendruber. Bishop J. Jolm J. ]Killer. Minister Henry H. Miller. Deacon 9:~0 a.m. Worship Servlee 10:30 a.m Sunday School 7:30 p.m Evening Service 8 Wednesday evening midweek service. HOLY TRINITY, RICHMOND Fr. William V. Snell, Pastor First Mass 8 a.m. Second Mass 10:00 a.m. Holy day mass 6 and 8 a.m. SHARON EVANGBLICAL UNITED BRI~rHRRN Howprd Marry, Pastor 9:~0 Sunday School 10:30 Divine Worship 1:00 Visitation by class 8 7:30 Evening Service, with Youth Groups meeting, Junior Choir re- hearsal and Adult Bible study on 1 Cor. 13. Wednesday, YF Social Thursday, 7:30, Youth Fellowship Executive; 8:30, Choir rehearsal KALONA MF_,NNONrrB Eugene C. Oarber, Painter 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship Topics on theme: LEADERS FOR NEW CHURCHES 8:00 ~p.m. Adult Mixed and Jun- ior choruses meet Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Midweek Church Night Service. Prayer and Home Missions study ST. MARY'S CHURCH Riverside, Iowa Fr. W. F. Boeckmann. pastor First Mass 7:00 a.m. Second Mass, 9:30 a.m. UNITED CHRISTIAN AND BAPTIST ! Rev. William McI)ermet, Jr., Paztmr Saturday, 10 a.m, Seraphim choir rehearsal 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 Worship Hour Tuesday, January 16, 7:30 p.m., Advisory Board meeting at the church Wendesday, January 17, 7 p.m., Choir rehearsal; 8 p.m., Meetings of Worship Committee, EducatiorL Committee, Mission Committee, Christian ~Action Committee, Mem- bership-D~angelism- Stewardship Committee--all at the church. METHODIST Roy. F. Edward Philgreen, Pgator 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:~0 a.m. Worship 5:30 p.m. School of Missions Wednesday, 3:45 p.m., Children's Choir; 6:45 p.m. Chancel Choir FRYTOWN CHURCH OF CHRIST Rlcbard Yoder, Pastor 10 a.m. Bible Study 11 a.m. Worship serv/ee 7:30 p.m. Worship Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible study at tl~- house. ~- ....... EXAMINATION FOR RIVERSIDE POSTMASTER An examination for Post- master at Riverside, Iowa atI a salary of $5370 a year, willI be open for acceptance of ap-I plicatlons until January 30, 1962, the Commission an, nounced this week. This ex- amination has been annuonc- ed under revised qualifica- tions standards recently agreed upon between the Commission and the Post Of- fice Department. Competitors for the post- master vacancy in this city must have at least 1~/2 years of experience (education above high school level may be substituted for 9 months of experience) showing that they have the ability to conduct and manage the community's postal business efficiently and to supervise employees so that customers are satisfied with the service. '~he man who's waiting for something to turn up might start with his shirt sleeves." JUST A THOUGHT: It we didn't know adversity from time to time, would we ever appreciate the good for- tune that Is our lot most every ~t~' For the most part, we are 8o brow enjoying our many ble~sh~g~ that we haven't the time to really show apprecla- ti~l for them in some way. "Something for nations to think about: A nuclear war won't determine who is right --only who is left."--Sig J. Digree, Kodiak (Alas.) Mir- ror. "Students today are the same as alawys---one in 12 has a spark of genius while the other 11 have ignition trouble."--Ray Winans, West Springfield (Mass.) Record. "Some new modern houses have wall-to-wall carpetir~g, wall-to-wall windows and back-to-the-wall financing." --Fred W. Grown, Bergen (Edgewater, N. J.) Citizen. "There are many people in this country who would have a much fatter wallet if they would simply remove all the cerdit cards from it."~B. J. Dahl, Chewelah (Wash.) In- dependent. Loafer: A man who likes to mow the lawn in the winter and shovel snow in summer. Who so putteth his trust in Jehovah shall be safe ~(Prov. 29:25) Every day, whatever we do, wherever we go, God goes with us; we are surrounded and infolded by the protect- ing presence of God. Knowing this, we are at peace- we never feel alone, The Kalona News E~tabllshed in I~It C. C. SHIMON Publisher Official Paper Washington County Official Paper Town of Ka~oma SUBSCRIPTION ~J0 Per T~ar Published Thursday, excevt the thlrd ~ hursday in August and the Thur~- ay of Christmas week. Entered at the Post Office of Kao lena, Iowa for transmission through the mail as second class matter under Act of Congress of August 114. 1915 and as amended by the acts of Mar~.h ~. 1933 and July 2. 1946. NATIONAL EDITORIAL To insure publication ~ any given peek. display advertising copy must )laced not later than five v. m. on of the week of publication. right is reserved by the publisher ~o reject any advertising cOpy or manuscript considered as undesirable. ADVERTISING RATES Local, per column Lnch .............. ~atlonal Contract. Line .............. 4c National Contract. Inch ............ ~c National Occasional. Inch .......... ~3e Miscellaneous Ads. 2c word ~no display), minimum .............. ~0c Card of Thanks. m~nlmum ........ ~e , , ,, for acceptance of appUca- tions. Persons over 70 years of age cannot be appointed. Complete information about the examination requirements and instructions for filing applications may be obtained at the post office for which rI this examination Is being an- nounced Application forms must be filed with the U.S. ] C i v i 1 Service Commission, bel Washingtoon 25, D. C., and pl~ must be received or postmark- ed not later that the closing date. OUT OF ACTION? $o is the lady of the house w.hatnd dinner will b~ some- late tonight. Pop won't llke it, but he knows better than to com- plain about things when the little woman drags in from one of her out-of-town shop- ping trips. Why, she sometimes isn't "rested up" for days. Can't understand it my- self. All this gaddin' about when she could do all her shopping in local stores where it is a REAL pleasure to do business, and where folks are interested in pro- viding top-quality service, with satisfaction guaranteed. Folks across the street don't shop out-of-town, and their Rover always gets fed on time. Trade at ome ,dUllUlIIlIIIlUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlUlIIIIIIIIilIlillUUlIIIIilIlUli!IIIIIIIIlUlh, Our Last January A Will Continue Until Saturday, Jan. 20 E. J. says "We want to clean up our winter merchandise including Outings, Woolen Flannels, Blankets, Car Robes, Corduroy, Coat linings .. Everything you can use at cleanup prices. HATS PRICE MEN'S CAPS Beautiful Shapely Shirts at cleanup prices, Lined .Jackets, Sweat Shirts, Felt shoes and Pacs. PRICE Gloves, Lined MUNSINGWEAR Winter undergarments for wo- men; Men's part wool; rayon and wool; all cotton, short or long sleeves, long legs. THERMAL WEAR Just what you need for cold weather, Thermal union suits or BOYS CAPS Two caps for the p,rice of one... Take them away. SHOES -- SHOES Our sacrifice prices on our shoe stock will certainly make everyone two-piece garments. Also sizes for happy . . . Prices are low, seek boys. your bargains at Hesselschwerdts. M-E-N'S COTTON SWEATER: GR-E-Y COLO-R :: :$-1.49 SPECIAL PRICES ON NO. 10 CANNED GOODS APRICOTS $1.29 APPLESAUCE ............. 98c HUNTS CATSUP ......... $1,19 HOMINY ................... 49c WHOLE KERNEL CORN _$1.09 GREEN BEANS $1.09 CRACKERS In 5 and 9 ~ound boxes. 26c per pound Packed in small packages. CRUSHED PINEAPPLE $1.49 SOUR CHERRIES Sturgeon Bay $1.29 Smucker APPLE BUTTER $1.85 SLICED PEACHES In Heavy Syrup $1.19 20 Ounce Hunts CATSUP LETTUCE, 2 for BANANAS, lb .... CARROTS 46 Ounce Hunts TOMATO JUICE ........... 27c CELERY, 2 for _45c American Ball BLUING E. J. HESSELSCHWERDT 29C - .29c 10c .10c ! 15c:~. H DIAL 656-2813 KALONA ' qlIIIIIIIIHIIMImlIIIHIIIIIIIII]IIIIIHMIImlIIIMIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIMHIlUlIII