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~ PILOTBURG Mrs. Carl D. Anderson : Mr. and Mrs, Don Kern, 'Deanna, Douglas and Debbie !will be moving soon to Indian- ~ola where Mr. Kern will oper- ate the John Deere Imple- :ment agency for that county. So Saturday evening a group :of their neighbors surprised ~them in their home. Refresh- ments bf pie, sandwiches, cof- fee and cool aid were served and a picture of a country scene was presented to the @Terns. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Estes Duetweller, Mrs. Olin Bishop, Kenneth, Sandra and Dennis, Mr. and 'Mrs. Merle Crossett, Terry, Tammy and Carol, Mr. and Mrs. John Stoltzfus, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Sullivan, Mike, .Kathleen and Jennie, Mr. and Mrsc Daryl Oldfleld and THE ]~kIX)NA NEWS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1962 Duane, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne ~transky, Ernle Yoder, Wal- -]ace and Walter, Percy Letha Miriam Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. tester Manasmlth. Those un- able to be present were Mrs. Esther Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Oldfield. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Oldfleld 'are in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tim- mins and Wendell visited Mrs. Esther Hamilton at the Shenk Rest home In Wellman Sunday. Letha Ashby and Nellie Adams also visited aunt Esther Sunday. Mrs. Richard Scott helped with secretary work at the telephone office in Wellman last i week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Polsley of Coin visited Monday andi Tuesday with their daughter~ and family, the Miles Sullt- vans. Kerry Stransky and Allan Oldfield were sick over the weekend. Mrs. Marion Stransky has been feeding the birds this winter and says those accept- ing the courtesy were Flicker chicadee, downy woodpecker, snow birds, pigmy nuthatch, PLAN CONVENTION I Mrs. Joe Fisher, presidedi as noble grand, at the regular meeting of the Kalona Re-~ bekah lodge, Friday evening in the Odd Fellow hall. Dur- ing the business session a communication was r e a d from the Wellman lodge not- ifying local members of the annual convention of Dis- trict 92 to be held in Well- man on March 14. Members of the Kalona lodge will exemplify several phases of the Rebekah procedure dur- ing the afternoon's program. A social hour followed the meeting and refreshments were served by Mrs. Harold Maxwell, Mrs. Curtis Flggtns and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Swart- zendruber. RICHMOND By Mrs. Roy Kallaus and Mrs. Wm. Shalla Mr. and Mrs. Leland Shaver and Randy of Cedar Rapids and Richard Sakulin of Iowa City were Sunday dinner guests at the Glen Sakulin home. Sharon Maliehky accom- panied Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fisher to Ft. Leonard Wood on Tuesday for a visit with Pvt. Harold Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stra- bala were Sunday dinner guests at the Maynard Stra- bala home In Riverside. Ab Welte returned to his home on Thursday after be- ing a medical patient at the University Hospital for the past month. Mrs. Joe Koloslek and Em- W.C.O.F. Uy visited Tuesday with Mr. -~- of]and Mrs. Robert S. Welts. Women's Catholic Order Foresters met Monday even- ing in the home of Mrs. Willis Gingerich with Miss Norma Grady as co-hostess. There were thirteen members pre- sent. After the business meeting bunco was played with high score going to Mrs. Ardell Pieper, low to MISs Clara Te- Bockhorst and traveling to Mrs. Letitta Kron. Other members p r e s e n t were Mrs. Joe TeBockhorst, Mrs. Harry Jirsa, Mrs. Paul Stumpf, Mrs. Raymond Cha- lnpa, Mrs. Lament Kelly, Mrs. Amos Melltnger, Mrs. Orval Meyer antl Mrs. J. D. Boyd. Miss Marion Olson of Iowa City was an overnight guest Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Walker. cardinal, blue Jay and spar- rows. The Pllotburg Ladies Aid met at Carl D. Andersons Thursday and the March meeting will be with Mrs.~ Richard Scott. Mr and Mrs. Joe TeBock- horst entertained guests at ~thelr home Sunday evening. !Pinochle was played at three tables. Mrs. Ed Beranek and Roy Kallaus won prizes for high scores and Mrs. Clem Shalla and Lament Kelley re- ceived the consolation prizes. A dellciou~ luncheon was served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Lament Kelley and Mrs. Letitla Kron. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clem Shalla, Mrs. Mary Yotty, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beranek, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kallaus, Mr. and Mrs. Lament Kelley and Joan, Jane Ann TeBockhorst, Mrs. Letitia Kron, Dlanne, Janet and Dean. Mrs. Chris Lutz, Mrs. Maryi Ludwig and Mrs. Gertrude Stelglitz all of Iowa City were Sunday afternoon visitors of i Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hessel- schwerdt. Guests during the weekend of Mrs. David E. Bontrager were her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. I am grateful to everyone for your thoughtfulness dur- ing my hospitalization and convalescence. p Mrs. era Kisser I want to thank each one for visiting me while in the hospital and since returning home, also for many cards and words of encouragement and for your prayers. May the Lord bless each one. Tobe Bontrager My sincere thanks and ap- preciation to friends and relatives for the cards, Visits and acts of kindness during the time I was confined in the hospital and since re- turning to Pleasantview home. c Mary Kupka Our appreciation and sin- cere thanks to friends and relatives for their thought- fulness during the time we were confined In the hospital and since returning home. The visits, cards and gifts were also appreciated. c Mrs. Wesley Butterbaugh and Lea Ann Hostetler of Peoria. Illinois. Other Sunday evening guests in the Bontrager home were Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Maas Sr. of Riverside. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Whet- stone and family of Wellman, Mr. and Mrs. Marland Shett- ler and daughters, and Elsie Miller were the Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Doolin and Aletha. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Garber and fam- ily included Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Yoder, Dorothy and Dar- rell of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs, J. J. Hostetler of Peoria, IRinois, and 1W~. David E. Bontrager. "The U.S. Weather Bureau was created, February 9, 1870. The railroad reached Santa Fe, New Mexico, February 9, 1880. The Mormons left Illinois for Utah, February 1O, 1846. McKinley signed treaty ending the Spanish.American War, February 10, 1899. A grain stabilizing corporation was authorized by Congress, Feb. ruary 10, 1930. The U.S. Department of Agriculture was created, February II, 1889. Born on February 11 were Daniel Boone (1734); Thomas &. Edison (1847); and King Farouk (1920). The U.S. motto "E Pluribus Unum" was adopted, February 12, 1873. Gold was discovered in Australia, February 12, 1851. An nil.time low temperature was recorded for Florida, February 13, 1899, when the temperature at Tallabassee dropped to 2 degrees F. below zero. Budapest fell to the Russians, February 13, 1945. February 14 is St. Valentine's Day. Valentine, a Christian martyr, was put to death, February 14, 270, because he refused to renounce his faith. The Battleship Maine was sunk in Havana Harbor, February 15, 1898. New York City was selected as home of the United Nations, February 15, 1946. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Lelting and Becky of Kalona; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Walker, Ralpl~ Remes of Shenandoah at- tended the SUI graduation exercises Saturday morning. They were dinner guests of Miss Marion Olson who re- ceived her degree. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Haber- man were Sunday evening guests in the Walter Doak home in Washington. Extra Special -- Silverware Party February 5th through February 24th.. 52 piece, ser- vice for eight. Regular $79.75 only $59.95. 76 piece, service for twelve. Regular $119.75 Mr. and Mrs. Loran Hersh- berger and family were Sun- day evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Garry Roghair and Cathy. 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