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February 10, 1938

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i   !i PAGE4 Established in 1891 C. C. SHIMON, Publisher Official Paper Washington Co. Official Paper Kalona City Published Thursdays at $2.00 per year. Entered at the Post Office of Kalona, Iowa, for transmission through the mails every Thursday as second class mail matter under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. i i Obituary Poetry, per line -__ ADVERTISING RATES Display, Contract Rate, Not less than 500 in. through Agency, per inch ......... 30c Local Display Contract Rate per inch ................. 25c Locals, per line 10c Classified Ads, 5e per line Minimum price ............... g5c Card of Thanks ............. 50c 5c i :! Center High School Notes Community Chorus The community chors was held at Center high February 2, Wed- nesday evening. There .was a large attendance in spite of the icy roads. The new secretary elected to take the place of the resigning secretary was Lois Erb. The next meeting will be held Wednesday evening February 16. i O I Iowa Pictures Thursday morning, February 3 we were entertained by a repre-i sentative from the Lyman Cooley i Travel Club of Des Moines. We l were shown some very interesting pictures of outstanding points in Iowa and scenes taken within plants of various industries car- ried on within Iowa. We were forced to admit that Iowa holds a ranking place not only in agri- culture but even in the industrial field. o Declamatory Contest. The declamatory contest was held at the high school on Tues- day afternoon and Supt Holt of Riverside, was the judge. Myrtle Gosnell placed first tn oratorical to represent the school with the selection, "Plan Or Perish" Helen Slaubmagh placed first in Editor__ Stanley Swartzendruber I the dramatic division with the Asst Ed. Alberta Jane Lienemannlselection "Cataracts" and Reporters -- Dorothy Gingerich, Loi, s Nora Miller, Ruth Elaine Gosnell,| Erb placed second with "Danny s Betty Brenneman. I Little Tin Soldier". THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1938 III Betty Brenneman placed first in the humorous division with the piece "Letty Floats" and Roselind DeFrance placed second -ith the selection "Idiosyncrasies".. On Wednesday the five winners and Miss Gingerich went to Tiffin to take part in the county contest. Three' from the first and second place winners were chosen to speak in the final evening contest from all the entries. Myrtle Gos- nes and Betty trenneman spoke in the evening contest. Goofy Gatherings On whose shoulder was Virgie's missing bobby pin found? Not Charles'. Seems like bobby pins play a large part in the history of the freshmen and sophomore lives. Raymond believes in making his wants and wishes known. In English class Monday Miss Gin- gerich was telling of the dowry of the brides of old England. "Now take Raymond for instance" 'Miss Gingerich said, "he might want a bride with about four hun- dred pounds". To which Raymond replied, "No I wouldn't. I want a small wife". Do teachers ever get their tongues twisted? Mr. S. said "spring feet" for "spring wheat" Wonder we didn't start the "light fantastic". What sophomore wished to send an SOS to Stanley and whispered loudly acros the room "SJS"? Where was Clifford Thursday The undersigned will sell at public auction at his place of residence, 1 mile north and mile west of Kalona,  mile west of gravel road No. 1, 17 miles southwest of Iowa City altd 15 miles north of Washington commencing at 11 o'Clock sharp on FEB, 17 29 Head of Horses 29 Pair of sorrel mares, 4 and 5 years old, bred and service fee pal(t, well broke, weight 3100 lbs.; pair of grey geldings, 3 and 4 years old, wt. 2800 lbs.; pair of sorrel geldings 3 years old!; pair of black geldings coming 3 years old; brown mare, 6 years old; pair of black geldings coming 3 and, 4 years old; grey mare coming 4 years old, weight 1400; brown gelding coming 3 years old; pair of roan geldings coming 3 year old; bay gelding coming 3 years old weight 1350; pair of black geldings coming 3 years old; black gelding coming 3 years old; sorrel' gelding coming 3 years old; grey geld- ing coming 6 years old; black mare, smooth mouth; few smooth mouth work horses; all purpose smooth mouth sorrel mare; coming 3 year old, 5 gaited saddle horse, lady broke, looks like a show prospect. All,of these colts are well broke and have worked one year or more. 14 HEAD OF MULES Pair of jen mules coming 3 and 4 years old; pair of jen mules, 8 and 9 years old; horse mule 7 years old; 9 mules coming 2 and 3 years old, all jen mules, all broke. (All these are jen mules but 3). 17 HEAD OF HOGS 1 6 to farrow about February 20th, 11 to farrow latter part of March. These sow are all Hampshires and are double treated. MISCELLANEOUS 2 sets of work harness; Sears Saddlery Company will be present with harness and parts; riding corn plow; stone bed with box hay rack. Lunch by the East Union Ladies V. E. DAVIS, Clerk Terms--Cash D. 'G. YODER, Auctioneer morning? His sow s ou Sha Walnut street but he was slowly! ron strolling between the camera and l the screen showing a picture of a! Harry Hagenbaugh who has part of Des Moines. The mysterybeen seriously ill for the past three is solved. Walnut street is in Des lweeks was taken to Dr. Rohback- Moines. l er's hospital last Sunday morning Does Ada have a toothache? Oh and passed away there about 7 No! She just took a generous bite ' o'clock Sunday evening He was a of cake, and replied to the query ikind and helpful neighbor and will innocently, "I was only eating a ibe greatly missed in the home and piece of cake with roses on it. community. He is survived by his Mildred said that she felt as if ife, three daughters, Alice, a her head were on the other side iteache r in Western, Ia. Mrs. Helen of her face. I didn't get it but Andrews, of Oregon, Mrs. Gladys Aria did. Miller a teacher in Sharon high A freshman girl was very m2ch school and one son, Earl at home. surprised to learn that F and tF's Funeral services wore held in Iowa contain sassafras. Did the com-iCity Wednesday afternoon at 2 pany lose another customer? o'clock from the Oathout funeral Maxine was seen slanting her home. pencil up, then down. She was merely exercising her pet fly. What unior was especially pleas- ed to hear that there is to be a new freshman girl? O Grade Newsettes The ones who received nines in arithmetic workbooks last Friday l Mrs. Delbert R. Miller enter- tained a few ladies last Saturday afternoon at a post nuptial shower for Mrs. Harold Weeber. On ac- count of the weather and roads not all of the guests invited were )resent. The afternoon was spent were Kenneth and Billy. Mrs. Frank Kennard of near Kenneth was the only one to Windham moved to her home in receive 100 in speling. Kverette, Kalona Tuesday. Jay had received two lv0's in Dr. Rolland Perkins and wife, spelling in January, of Iowa City were Sunday after- For the geography lesson, the 6 noon callers at the C. E. Hersh- grade is collecting pictures of berger home. Lloyd, student at automobiles and is trying to learn S.U.I. who had passed the week in what city each is manufactured, end with his parents returned to The second grade is making a Iowa City with them. book with stories written as plays. The first and second grades are making books called Eskimo Land The first grade is stuyding about plant and animal life. Mis Bontrager posted the best writing copies on the bulletin board. The school attended the travel pictures at the high school Thurs- day morning and the declamatoT contest Tuesday afternon. Thursday. been absent fox' several weeks with the flu. The two Harolds of Lookout school were the lucky ones at Richmond Friday. Harold Maas won first in the lower grade spel- ling contest and Harold ttorak won first in the upper grade. The Merry Makers club had a shower for Mrs. Helen Meyer Johnson at the home of her mother Wednesday. We seem to be having March veather in February this year. Most of the frost must be out of the ground the way the water has disappeared. Pal Benson was out of school of the week, due to a cold. Dr. Gingerich purchased a quar- of beef of Allison Maas. He expects to put it in the Kalona locker plant. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Alva Kelper visit- ed at the parental W. O. Reif home in West Chester Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Denn Miller, Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Plank, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Miller were Sun- day dinner guests at the Mrs. Ella Plank home. Mrs. Besse Adams of Iowa City passed the week end with Mrs. Charlotte Dunlap. Mrs. Archie Kepler of Webster passed several days last week at the .parental A. C. Sleichter home, caring for her mother who is ill. Amos Hostetler was a business visitor in Rock Island Monday morning. Barbara Rhodes who suffered a stroke a week ago last Tuesday is not much improved at this writ- ing. O DON'T SLEEP WHEN GAS PRESSES HEART If you can't eat or sleep because gas bloats you up try Adlerika. One dose usually relieves stomach gas pressing on heart. Adleria cleans out BOTH upper and low- er bowels. O. L. Rogers, Druggist. Albert Zager who sffered a cerebral hemmorage a few weeks ago has been moved to the Ivan Yoder home in order to make it more convenient for the doctor to see him. Mr. Zagers condition remains about the same. hemming dish towels and reading l poems appropriate for a bride and! groom.. Refreshments were serv-! ed by the hostess. Guests present were Mrs. Cora Smith, Mrs. LeRoy Miller and Charleen, Mrs. T. N. Wagner, Mrs. R. B. Jones and Mrs. Will Weeber all of Iowa City; Mrs. Harold Weeber, Mrs. Woodro Weeber and Mrs. Walter Weeber, Miss Modena J. Hall and Mrs. E. E. Miller of Sharon. The local Boy Scout Troop No. i12, sponsored a Father and Son banquet Tuesday evening at the high school building. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Thiel and son Ramsay were special guests from Iowa City. There were 34 fathers and sons seated at the three red and yellow decorated tables. Six mothers and six sisters of the scouts prepared and served the banquet. Mr. and Mrs. Hary Frey and Rita Jean moved from the place north of Sharon to the home va- cated by Irvin Brenneman's. Lyle Yoder's are moving to the place that Harry Frey's vacated. No church was held at the Ev- angelical church last Sunday be- cause of the muddy condition of the roads. Congraim.lations to Tbias Mil- ler and Ruth Yoder who will he married February 10th. Mrs. Wm. Schrock spent Sunday night with Barbara Rhodes. [Oxford Mrs. Delbert R. Miller is teach-iThur sday ing tls week in Sharon higli-night. . school as a substitute for Mrs. t Mr. ana Gladys Miller. [ moving Mr. and Mrs. Merton Miller and as the Eleanor, Mr. and Mrs. John Over-I chris holt visited Mr. and Mrs..John beef for Rhodes and tarbara Rhodes Sun-' There day. roads from CLO2II00G OUT Marilyn Breneman has fox' e eral weeks Prairie Flower --I, =mlldml,oM,a Jk top the mart Dat farmers and poultry misers are bettinj ,rester produetlo by feedlnb Occo . ' Barbara from a Mahlon for her Sunday. The of the all day home last about twelve John last were Will Bert Griffitl and Ernie ChanceY I fall on the but is Mr. and are Sharon Kansas has are moving Lydia John R. Sunday home. Albert as fast as The ball at Robert hogs Mr. and Swartz ' oth the , ball As I have rented my farm and am going to leave the at ublic auction 10 miles northeast of Wellman, 10 Kalona, and 2 miles west of Frytown, commencing at following described property on Tues., February 4 Head of Horses good work horses, smooth mouth, bay gelding, wt. wt. 1250; black mare, wt. 1500; chestnut sorrel Shetland child broke. 17 Head of Cattle 9 cows and 2 year old heifers, milking, recently; 2 cows and 1 heifer to freshen soon; 2 calves. This is a well bred herd of Guernseys and 7 Head of Hogs 5 tried brood sows; 2 gilts. All are vaccinated around March 1st. Grain and Hay 1500 bu of corn; 1500 bu of oats; 12 ton good hay, 100 WHITE LEGHORN YEARLING HENS AND 1 o Farm Machinery Case model CC tractor, with new type cultivator Case 8-ft. tandem disc, with power control; 14-in 2 Deering tractor pl0w; 20-ft. John Deere harrow; endgate seeder; John Deere 999 corn planter; cultivator; McCormick-Deering 6-ft. No. 7 mower; Clover windrower; John Deere hay loader; side rake; ing 8-ft. binder, with tractor hitch; 13-ft Western corn shelled; Horse garden cultivator; New Idea manure wagon; New Idea all steel low wagon; wagon box; hay Hammermill with blower; 2 endless rubber drive engine; 2 sets of work harness; several collars and ' machinery has been bought in the last two years and is Miscellaneous Kitchen range; bed; baby bed; some canned fruit; golden series cream separator, with 110 volt motor, pails and scales; cream cans; Haag electric washer; jacket; some shop tools; table saw with blades; trees; single trees; 70 gallon hog waterer; feed box; en waterers and feeders; 10x18 brooder house; screen porch; several quarters of baby beef; Martin many other small articles. TERMS: Cash V.D. LEWIS E. YODER l SONS , ERLIS L. ROUTE 3 WASHINGTON, IA KALONA PHONE 31 on 200 D. G. YODER, Auctioneer and due to ;i