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January 11, 1962

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THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1962 Extended Season Announced On Muskrats A re-opened season Imuskrat trappers has beenlnoon, January 15 until mid- announced by the State Con-I night, February 28, 1962. This servation Commission. This[new season is necessary be- for second season will run from l cause of a harvestable sur- plus of 'rats in the lakes, marshes, rivers and streams in Iowa. The furs taken during the H~mm~m~~~mm~m~~~m~~~i~m~m~i~m~m~~i~~ B W m D m J E E _J | WIN this MATTRESS Plenty of ~trangth Where Body Weight Is Concentrated Hen,0, Welght Layer Upon Layer Modern Floral of Super-Comfort Cover Cushioning .YEAR GUARANTEE ! NOTHING TO BUY!... NOTHING TO WRITE]... JUST FILL IN COUPON AT BOTTOM OF AD AND BRING TO OUR STORE BEFORE MARCH 1ST, 1982. You need not be present to win -- drawing takes'place in our store'at 4:30 p.m., March 5, ]962. A limited time offer to demonstrate the tre. mendous value of our famous RESTONIC Sleep Products by C & E... specially priced for our Round-up Party. Dollar for dotter, you can't match their q~ality and sleeping comfort! second season will be of high- PAST MATRONS MEET er quality and should com- mand a higher price. Members of the Past Me- Some areas will remain trons club of Naomi Chapter closed around the ~ate as No. 185 met Tuesday evening they were during the regular with Mrs. C. W. Beckman as season. Permits will still be hostess. During the business issued to trap on all game meeting, officers were elect- management areas. Check ed and those chosen were with your local Conservation Mrs. H. V. Beck, president; Officer as to which areas are lMrs. Vernon Stagner, vice open. ~resident; and Mrs. Clifford Small, secretary and treasur- RICHMOND er. The members work proJect i By Mrs. Roy Kallaus ;~r the evening was the hem and Mrs. Wm. Shalla ruing of napkins for the E~st- ~rn Star home at Boone. Mrs. Joe Saforek had as vis- = Other members p r e s e n itors during the Christmas iwere Mrs. D. G. Sattler, Mrs. holidays Don Saforek of Day- Earl Grout and Mrs. C. R. enport, Mr. and Mrs. John Decker. ~Phleger and family" of Wash-i ington, Mr. Rich Kelley and LOCAL NEWS sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Safo- rek and Leland of Wayland, Mr. and Mrs. George V. Fry Mrs. Alice Saforek, Terry and visited Sunday afternoon with Donna of Iowa City, Lamont Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fry in Iowa ~ Kelley, Mrs. Joe Mallchky and City. ~Fred Pot,sander. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Fig- Adrian Welte is a medical gins and Jean were dinner ~ patient at University hospi- guests Sunday of Mrs. Fig- tel in Iowa City since last gins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. ~l Thursday. Harry Malichky Sr. ] Dinner guests entertained Joe Lasek entered Mercy Sunday in the Nyle Jones home were Mr. and Mrs. E J. Doolin and Aletha, and Mr. and Mrs. John Doolin. m her birthday which was Mon- day, January 8. Home made ice cream and cake were serv- ed during the evening: Mr. and Mrs. Loren Spicher This RIDGEFIELD HEATING PAl) andlausner guestsfamlly were Sunday din-home, at the Roy Kal- AT NO EXTRA COST! by < - Yours FREE with purchase of any ~(~|~[~ Mattress and Box Spring Se ~~ ---~~ switch. Moisture-res'stant " g. y g . .. ,, approved, ~C-DC. ZlOv~:~:,t:;e :;~. Th~solsf roewalI during our "Ole Mattress Round-up .,; a'Fbe modern parent has to =pare the rod--so Jue~or can r/de around in it." Tufted MATTRESS ~ with I-YEAR writ.ten ~uarantee / Sale Priced ~u,ti coi,, heavy gauge tempered steel c0nSttuc- J ~J~,~,,m~-~ ~/]~'l tion . . . sisal nsu ated and cushioned with layer upon layer of new cotton felt to give you lasting quality and comfort. Color accents compliment woven stripe cover. Deep dia- mond tufted. Quil~ed pre-built border, fitted with handles and ventilators. 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Crush-proof, pro-built cylinder border with ventilating handles. -~- Anchor-Line edge construction prevents shifting of pad- ding end cover. -~- Luxurious heavy woven modern blue design cover with french taped edges. ALL WITH IO.YEAR GUARANTEE ON MATCHED SET EASY TERMS AVAILABLE! o (1} BUHOH TUFTED - FIRM S (2) QUILT-TOP -- MEDIUM FIRM (3) SMOOTH TOP - REGULAR Spring Full or Tw[n Size m mm Imm 1ram Imm mira i Iml I m tree 1ram Imm I=mm ! Clip this coupon and bring to our store before March 1, 1962. (Please Prfnt) NAME hospital in Iowa City on Mon-i day for tests and X-rays. i Mrs. Zetta Keifer and Mrs. Merrit McDaniel of Washing- ton visited on Thursday at Welte Bros. and Roy Kallaus homes. Robert S. Welte was taken to the Veterans hospital in Iowa City on Wednesday. Mrs. Clem Shalla was plea- santly surprised Sunday night when her family, the Richard and Clifford Shalla families and Ramona and A1 Selement came to help her celebrate look when you frost it with whipped cream into which have been lightly mixed a few spoonsful of weR-dralned ~tuit cocktag. Ttds makes a good dip or sand- wich spread: combine aoftened cream cheese with chopped roast- ed almonds and minced Iweet pickle; season with chili powder and celery saiL Shape your next meat loaf in a ring mold pan and when baked c~dwith the center filled with apricots wldch have been simmered In cloves and cinnamon for spicing. HELEN'S FAVORITE: Broiler quickie (Serves 4) 1 pound pork sausage links 1 small c~n gree~ peas Butter 4 drained peach halve~ Brown sugar Empty peas into broiler pan; dot with butter. Place pork sausages over peas with peach halves, sprinkled with brown sugar. Broil 3 inches from heat, turning sansages, and brown on both sides. 2. QUILT-TOP 1. BUTTON TUFTED 3. SMOOTH TOP m m Canned green beans can be folded into a tangy gelatin mix- ture with chopped cabbage and celery for an interesting combina- tion. Blend prepared mustard with soured cream, add some slivered almonds and serve over green beans, cauliflower or broccoli. Make your next sundaes sump- tuous with several different kinds of berries. Top with toasted coco- nut. Muffins take on glamor zt they re topped (just before they finish baking) with some evaporated milk, slivered almonds, mara- schino cherries and coconuti. j = E E Snair Hardware Co ---= ADDRESS CITY STATE.--....---- ~ i TELEPHONE . DIAL 656-2512 FREE DELIVERY KALONA Yo= need not be present at drawing to win. Winner will be notified by telephone or letter, i W ~M~~~~~~~~~|$HHH~uB~uH~u~i~u~u~$~u~uu~uu~i~ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ralston 0 ' Washington D. C. were gueSt from Friday until Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sm~I and Miriam. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Habe~ man visited Sunday evenilt with the formers mother, i~ George Haberman of Ws~ land.. DANCE.MOR BALLROOM Swisher, Iowa. Sate, Jane 13 "DALE THOMAS" .~ree cake for your birthday or anniversary Give advance notice DEKALB 131 Layers "DEKALB" is a Brand Name. The Number is a Variety Designation, DELBERT MILLEII 1 )ial (;$3-24 6 ! . Reg 25 ..:~: BOBBY PINS .~ Black or bronze, rubber tipped. /'~'~ }::i~: 60's. Save 12c. ~411~l [:~!il Boxed writing paper or notes, q[~ With envelopes. 4=~' ~' Ik Reg. 89c LATEX GLOVES e.~ Non-slip outside, smooth inside. =~ IIJ~ V;~ I Curved fingers. Pi.nk.~" = 1.00 Value WELCOME MAT ,e,~ Flexible rubber bristles catch dirt LJ[ Ii~'~ | from shoes, "filk' / l