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THE EALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, JANgARY 11, 1962 ................. T.I-- ilk I I Time To Request Farm Conservation Help Farmers who are interested in establishing soil and water conservation p r a c t i c e s on their farms under the 1962 cost-s h a r i n g Agricultural GOLLV-I CAN biEVEP. )~ SEE~ TO FIND TilE, ~'~ J S~-.~ I WANT- IT~ ill Conservation Program (ACP)lthe county ASCS office in should file their requests aslWashington and the conser- soon as possible, suggests tvation practice approved be- Howard Lins, chairman of the fore work is begun Washington county ASC com- mittee. Under the 1962 program, farmers may gel help aver- Requests to participate in the program must be filed at TIlE BANDY FAMILY ~Y LLOYD BIRMIlglUiM You~u~tmvouRIc..memnU~l I.TIE RACK. A , "nsSt~=~/mAg.~.v, I I t'% !\ 6otaem..Ace., ~ ~- z M I I ' I I ~ f ~,/r l i~I ~ I ;J % ~ ~c~r I A~Z_ I~I l~/l I ~ _ ~ H~E~ ~xTo I ZI6-ZA@" I IJ.JBLE~E/ N ~l 1 I ~ THEN BI~D I I ,1met" ~ .~ \ I / ATR~.4Cr I ~ -~ ~-~ "'~' ~'~ I EASY-VIEW TROUSER RACK 15"X I"x J'+" I"$1~. ! PICTURE. FRAME Illl~I CUT ~ BASE IIlIR ~_.~flI vRo~ W~_w CARp- I S~RAWS ~0 Le~eTH Warm Speed! Trade in your Community "All I did was mention that ~here were some real bar- ~lains out of town this week. #owl Did you see the look n that little old lady's eye?" You need not let your civk ;pirit carry you as far as our ady friend did but there is )ne thing you can do. TRADE N YOUR COMMUNITY. Trad- ng in your own community viii not only result in com- munlty progress but individu- al profit as well. The more the community grows, the big- ger your paycheck will be. Profit from trading at home Is not confined to money. You will also profit from the feel- ing of satisfaction found with the realization that the dol- lars you spend at home are helping your friends and neighbors to prosper. TRADE AT HOME FOR YOUR OWN SAKE-- ,AND FOR COMMUNITY PROGRESS. aging about one-half the cost of carrying out such consid- eration practices as estab- lishing and improving vege- tative cover of grasses, le- gumes, or trees for soil pro- tection, installing e r o s i o n control structures, and prac- tices for the conservation or more efficient use of water. Fashions with a Future For busy days ahead, what could be more festive than a two piece red wool jersey suit with a tap- estry blouse? It can go any place for the afternoon and is perfect for informal dining out. Fluid crepe in a blouse* and pleated skirt combination will look like a one-piece dress. A brief vel- vet jacket makes an elegant top- ping for evenings. Sheer wool crepe is popular for a sheath dress with a minimum of trimming. Even though you choose a color, the style is basic and can be changed with costume jewelry. Helen's Favorite: Skillet Apple Ham (Serves 6) 2.2]/~ pound slice of ham 2 tablespoons shortening 2 cups sliced onion 2 cups canned apple sauce cup molasses 2 tablespoons prepared mustard teaspoon ground cloves Trim excess fat from ham slice. Saute in fat in skillet, turning to brown on all sides. Remove ham, add onions and saute to golden brown. Combine remaining ingredients and add to onion, mixing well. Add ham slice, cover and simmer for 50 minutes or until tender. A two-piece velveteen dress is wonderful when you want to go out afternoon or evening. Choose jewel tones in emerald, ruby, sap- phire or ever popular black. For hair styles with hair up in front choose a pillbox which will sit back on top of the head. It won't muss the hair-do. Suit tops and blouses are clev- erly done these days with a man- darin collar as well as with a detachable scarf that ties casually. In this way you get two looks for the price of one. Local News Sunday visitors in the Mrs. S. W. Burkholder home were w.ere Mrs. Howard Zillmer, Shirley, Carolyn, Lowell, Ken- neth and Linda; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Burkholder; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Burkholder; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burkholder, Carol and Tony; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burkholder and Lon- nee. Gary Allen Hiller, 19, of Ka- lona enlisted in the United States Marine Corps for three years. He was assigned to the Marine Corps Recruit De- pot, San Diego for 80 days training and then to Camp Pendelton for four week~ in- dividual training. Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Swartzendruber, and Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Hochstedler, wet e both on the honor roll at the Rethel CoRege for the fall quarter. What is mind? No matter. What is matter? Never mind. KLIPPERS MEET The regular meeting of the Kalona Klippers was held Monday, January 8 at the Kimberchiks t ',,r, ~- , ,~ ~ ~. ~.',i~J~~ ~ Are PRE-TESTED i n com- mercial trials. Over 70,000 pullets are currently on this program for the benefit of Kimberchtk customers. DUANE'S Feed Service Dial 656-2355 Kalona home of Larry Brenneman. lswered by five members with The meeting was called to lLarry Gingerich being absenL. order at 8:30 by Larry Bren,/ Discussion on parts of hogs, neman and was adjourned/dairy cattle, beef cattle and at 9:00 The roll call was an-/sheep was discussed by the club with John Spenner lead- ing. Refreshments were serv- ed by Larry's mother and sisters. --Philip Ropp l, ean Pound SPARE RIBS Good Value BACON '"' PACK Pound # Red or White POTATOES, 25 Del Monte CATSUP Nabisco 5 Bottles $1.00 2 Pound Box GRAHAM CRACKERS Sanitary COTTAGE CHEESE KALONA 1 Lb. 2 Lbs. 25c 49c ill . i Unbleached,-: 39-inch 80'Square MusSn 4 yards S100 Fine Quality -- 37-inch Bleached Muslin 3 yards $1oo SHOP NOW AND SAVE AT OUR BIG PRICE BUSTING January din er ell, gro I eer in brh use a t cen Mr., cut cak Iow hos BeI of ) CeC gue hite Sale Complete StocEs of Sale Merchandise Complete Stocks of Regular Merchandise Plus Gold Bond Stamps Fine Quality Percale Regular $1.00 White Terry Cloth 79c 2-piece Sculptured Bath Mat Set $2.99 Value $1991 20x40 Hi-Lo Loop Rugs Non-Skid' back 98c Regul,ar $i.00 Sateen Floral Ticking 79c First Quality, Famous Utica Sheets 72x108 .......... $1.69 81 x 108 S 1,89 Linen Toweling ~9C yard I SHOPPIN G CENTER 29 yard Regular 79c Gingham 57 yard REIFS ]Be&utiful l~mous IV&me ~ifts... are yours FREE ~vith GOLD BOND st~mlos! tit: Is @re T erltl dir~ vut~ a f] fall chu: and ing I-Iub and of and the Mr. I~ar ~rs Llal G, tot clay S~ the Mr. al'icl Stax Sclu tUal