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THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1962 t ~lston 0 'e guest :nday 0 d sma] Habe3: even~ ler, f WaY r. The ation, LEII E~, ]OWl Tom Russell and Scott Hall are among those from the Kalona-Wellman area who are attending the national turkey convention in Dallas Texas this week. Lawrence Bartman of Kalona was the winner of the Polaroid Camera given away by the J. I. Case Cam?any through the tractor demonst~aion pro- gram this past fall. Cecil Miller of the WASHINGTON COUNTY FARM STORE is shown making the presen, tation to Mr. Bartman. Adv. SKOLA INSURANCE AGENCY X Farmers Savings Bank DIAL 656-2265 KALONA I PUT HEAT _. WHERE YOU WANT IT I Th. c~'" when you want it ...... mp Heater is a ~orteble farm_ furnace that can ~mv~.Z: winter protection' for...poultry, o . StuCK... ~,a~ouses . . . tool and repair sheds. Cir_cula~l more --~-~. air than any other heater in its class. Easy to, move ~oou . . . Vented units available for use with stack... zu, u00 to 400,000 BTU'i... ll0V - AO , bur~ ker- osene or No. 1 fuel oil. o, ump-goa/et STRIBUTED DY FARMERS SUPPLY SALES DIAL 656-2291 KALONA ABC CLUB MEETS Members of the ABC club met Monday evening in the home of Mrs. Eugene Way, for their first party of the New Year. Games of Rook provided the evenings enter- tainment and the high score, traveling" a n d consolation winners were Mrs. Vernon Hartzler, Mrs. Willis Ginger- ich and Mrs. Don Miller. Mrs. Vernon Hartlzer was a guest of the evening and o th er members attending' were Mrs. C. J. McKenzie, Mrs. Lyle Fry, Mrs. Joe Allen and Marie Jackson. Mrs. Lyle Fry will be the next club hostess, Monday evening, January 22. For the Father himself loved you.--(John 16:27). God's love keeps us from all harm; it directs us into paths of safe conduct; it releases us from strained, tense condi- tions; it leads us to follow after ]~eace and order. I~ 1040 | of 44-inch fabric. | Needlework Pattern No. 1048. An | ever.wearing rag rug for kitchen, bath | or bedroom is c:ocheted with cotton or | silk materials from the scrap basket. No. | 1048 glvel: instructions for four different | sizes. | Send 35,: for each dress pattern, 25 | for each needlework pattern (add 10c f~r | each pattern for first class mailing) to | AUDREY LANE BUREAU, Box 1490, New ~'ork I. New York. NOW-- Is the time to replace win- dow glass We cut all sizes Kalona Cabinet I IIIIII I , , ! ! i Quality Results at Low Cost II MORE RECORDS ARE MADE ON PIONEER Switch to PIONEER and find out how good your herd really is. BRENNEMAN'S FEED SERVICE Maynard and Curtis PHONE 656-2785 RT. 1, KALONA "k WATCH FOR NEXT WEEKS AD "k Mrs. TeBockhorst Entertains Mrs. Mary TeBockhorst en- tertained a group of ladies at an all-day quilting at her home, Tuesday. Those enjoy- ing the day were Mrs. Walter Ledman, Mrs. Della Downs, Clara TeBockhorst, Mrs. Le- titia Kron, Mrs. Richard Te- Bockhorst, Mrs. Wilbur Pri- byl, Mrs. Joe Allen, Mrs. Joe TeBockhorst, all of this area,' and Mrs. E. Conner of Wash- ington. The birthday of Dean Kron was also observed dur- ing the supper hour, and i other guests coming to share the occasion and the delicious birthday cake provided by his mother, were JeAns, Judy and John Allen, Diane, Janet and Jerry Kron. tr~. , i ~. ~gLD OUTDOORS "|~ liE ground hog or woodchuck is perhaps the most famous of all hibernators. And, while his emergence each year from a deep s ee') of winter is greatly heralded, ti~e combination of circumstances which send him napping while the weati'cr is nippy is not completely unreel sLood. But biologists do know wha! happens wl=en the ground hog, or any ot~;er true hibernator, goes into hibernation. Whereas most animals sleep more in winter, the true hibernator undergoes a dras- tic change in body metabolism. Tlm heart beat becomes slower, respi:'ation drops and circulation is greatly redttced. Body tempera- ture drops to a level near that of tl'e surrounding area. If a cold bloaded animal did not go under- ground during winter, he would freeze to death. And, while mosl anima!s awaken ff the tempera tm'e in their den drops belo~ freezing, the "deep sleep" is such that sometimes tl~ey fail to awakel) an:l arc frozen in hibernation. The bear is another famous hi- bernator, but one not likely to freeze to death as he is not what biologists call a "true" hibernator. The change in body metabolism of the bear is not as drastic as that which takes place in some other animals. The body tempera- ture of the bear remains consid- erably higher than that of the sur- Local News Mrs. Mary Yotty entertain- ed relatives at an oyster sup- per at her home Friday even- rag, including, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Yotty and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Yotty and family, and L. D Yoder. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gar- ber and family, and Isbell Van Der WerE were supper guests Friday evening of Mr.! and Mrs. Donald D. Yoder and family near Kalona. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shimon visited Sunday with relatives in Solon, observing the six- tieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kral, par- ents of Mrs. Shimon, and the eighty-first birthday of C. J. Shlmon, the father of Mr. Shimon. "Civilization can be meas- ured by the degree of help- lessness that results when the electric power goes off."---S. E. Mekeel, Ovid (N.Y.) Ga- zette and Independent. The Lord shall guide thee continually. --(Is. 58:11) Keep this prayer close to you as you attend to the day's affairs, and you will find, at the day's end, that it has been a blessed day. "//z Old. ~.~:.~.~..~, "An old-timer Is a person who can remember when the government was known as Uncle Sam instead of John Dough." "Cigarettes can be very un- healthy for man. For In- stance, when his wife comes home and finds some with lip- stick on them."--Kenny Ben- nett, Greencastle (Ind.) Put- nam County Graphic. "The past year saw thou- sands of people die of gas. A !few inhaled it, a few more lit it, but most of them Just stepped on it."--~. E. Mekeel, Ovid (N. Y.) Gazette and In- !dependent. 1961 1961 1961 1960 1960 1959 1957 1957 1957 1956 1955 1955 1955 1954 1953 1953 1953 1953 USED CARS III II I Ill CHEVROLET 4-DOOR, BEL-AIR 8 cyl.; T.G. trans.; power steering FORD GALAXIE STARLINER 2 dr. Hdtp.; st'd. trans.; 8 cyl. RAMBLER CLASSIC 4 dr.; 6 cyl.; st'd trans, with overdrive CHEVROLET BISCAYNE 6 cyl.; 4 dr.; st'd. trans. CHEVROLET BEL-AIR 8 cyl.; 4 dr.; P.G. trans. CHEVROLET IMPALA 8 cyl.; 2 dr. Hdtp.; P.G. trans. CHEVROLET BEL-AIR 4 dr. Spt. Sdn.; 8 cyl.; P.G. trans. FORD FAIRLANE 500 2 dr. Hdtp.; 8 cyl.; Fordretic; power steering FORD FAIRLANE 500 4 dr. Sdn.; 8 cyl.; Fordmarie CHEVROLET 6 cyl.; 2 dr.~ st'd. trans. CHEVROLET 6 cyl.; 4 dr.; st'd. trans. CHEVROLET 2 dr.; 6 cyl.; st'd. trans. ~UESOTO 4 dr.; Powerfllte; pwr. str. CHEVROLET 2 dr.; P.G. trans. CHEVROLET BEL-AIR 2 dr.; st'd. trans. CHEVROLET 210 2 dr.; st'd. trans. FORD CUSTOMLINE 4 dr.; st'd. trans. DESOTO I trent walt till the last [ 4 dr sedan rounding atmosphere Once the woodchuck or ground lfl,~,~.~.~. ~,. ,,..,1.,,, I hog goes, into,,hibernation, he is ............ [ usually gone for the duration of cold weather. Some, people be: 1Tn ,d~t,UedtSe~_ Farm Test- l| USED TRUCKS ~ioe:de fthatth:nim~:. T~f:~s U:ot h l~l we also have our [ 1955 Chevrolet, 2-ton cab-over quite true. All hibernators become .~ [ 8 eyl.; 2 sp.; comb. fold down box fat before hibernation but, as the |: temperature lowers, they b~gin to "aT~, -H~*~ ,m, ..... / 1955 I.H.C. IA-ton Piek~m eat less. Once they go inte hiber- 1~."" -.*" ~"~:---*''"~ ""~ | ~ '" "" ~"'~ in line Wl~n nation, body metabolism is so low [ 1.~.~ rli~do.o ~Pvl 1 f~n ur~th flsl~tl~ they. require little energy an, ~'~-e~v ry ot'-rae f amous l contrary to popular conceptmn, ~ss ..... r 1953 he el IA " n may not lose a great amount ot *uteri ,,, r C vr et , ,-ton Pickup weight during hibernation. Seed. I 1951 Ford l~-ton, comb. fold down box ~I 1950 Ford -ton P.S. "Order baler twine I [, ~tr/~O,~n before February 1 ] 1948 Jeep ,,~. ~.,o ,,. ,v,~,~,~va. for lowest prices" [ CHIROPRACTOR " ~ ............... I DIAL 656-2411 KALONA Office Hours DUANE~SC I EICHELBERGER CHEVROLET Week Days" 9-12; 1"30-5 FEED ER ClosedWe(l'nesday and Saturday S V E I ~.... ~....,,. ........ Afternoon Phone 656-2355 Kalona [ JUlZxJL, ooo-~l# ~AIA)~A Open Monday, ,T,hursday 79 pm . I " ' . I t t ttt t ttt t ..... : , . .... ' ~"' '~ ! 'U ,i ,. I Help I " H Ip Y If | | meruca, e ourso . B y U S S " B ds NOW! I u . . avnngs on MARK BOND(S) DESIRED SERIES E Inierest added to cash value every 6 months Purchase Price Maturity Value $ ~s.75 $ 25.oo [] a7.50 50.00 [] 75.00 200.00 [] 150.00 200.00 [] 375.00 ~oo.oo SERIES H Interest check mailed to owner every 6 months PAR VALUE []$ 500 [5 $ 5,o00 {:3 1,ooo [] 10,0oo FOR U,~E BY AGENT Complete this Application and TAKE IT TO YOUR BANK APPLICATION FOR UNITED OWNER: (Please Print) (Mr.) (Mrs.) (Miss) * (First name) Address (Street) CO-OWNER [] BENEFICIARY [] (Mr.) (Mrs.) (Miss)_ STATES (Date) (Middle initial) (City) (Mark only one, if either iS desired, and print ~e bdow) * (First name) : ~ (Middle initial) ~Lut I~) t_ tMarrled women shOUld use own first name~not husband's. (Signature of Ih~rcha~r) ' (Address) ' - ........................................................... Make check or ~;~oney order in ~ull amount ol purehal4 pr~#. ' a.~ I Thin ad~rt~seme~t 1)tinted as a pubhe metrics of this newspoperl ....... ~:- ...... "~