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THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY :10, 1938 PAGE 5 our foundation; it is our capital; !and the WHO broadcasting station I Ralph Drollinger--bass. N it is an inner-support or inside with H. R. Gross and Jack Shelley I The wood-wind ensemble is support that gives us self control; Leaving Des Moines, we visit Iposed of the following: otes it is an asset to citizenship because other places of interest. Some of / Jean Fry--flute. FAith Yoder our mode of living is character in these are the Ledges State Park,/ Beverly Niffenegger--oboe Stolsfus expression; and last it makes us the Little Brown church, Charles/ Virginia PeterseimmFrench Levy a blessing to others in that we City--a land of turkeys, LeClaire, Dayle Teets--clarinet Peterseim are lifters rather than leaners. the boyhood home of Buffalo Bill I Pm.1 Fry--basoon .. JtutsnLPl It is found that a guilty con- the fish hatchery at Mustatine, t  iffenegger science is the worst G man in theIthe John Deere Plow and Tractor Sophomore News F. iStoltzfus t U. S. "Character is the only wealth / Co. in Waterloo, and last a view L Gingerich !eternally yours". [of KFNF and the Henry Field With one backward glance /seed gardens. corn- horn at At Washington's Theatres FEBRUARY 10TH THRU 17TH Leslie Howard and Joan Blondell in "STAND IN" with Humphrey Bogart, based on the Saturday Evening Post story ,by Clarence Budington Kelland, plays at the State Thursday thru The youth of today does not t have a greater task to build a / good character than what our /parents did. Perhaps we have l more temptations, but at the same "time we have many things to help Tourna- cOntest at de- This is th( the topic her and thoughts. many of into, Ways or a is high. us. There are no short cuts in this great responsibility of charac- ter building, hut we can only succeel through faith, prayer and reliance on God. Mrs. Hillis modestly attributes her cheerful smile and sweet disposition to a hatred of "nag- ging" and quarrelsomeness• Fur- thermore she mentions that many weeks of her life have been spent in bed. This often called for a forced smile, but now life holds so much that she forgets the sor- row. Truly, we can never aim too The month of February is the month of great men. If a person Iowa Speaks For Herself Iowa o Jr rooms of Manual Training or Home Economics we leave. Both the boys and girls seem sorry to Saturday. On the same program with this hilarious comedy are the official fightpictures of the is born in February he has a defi- nite opportunity of becoming fa- I change back again to their right- ful places. It must be said though that the girls envy the perfectly, lovely cake the boys stirred '(and the oven baked). Oh yes, today Mr. Ralston celebrated a birthday. Several classes presented him with a 'Happy Birthday Song' mous. Lincoln and Washington's birthdays bear evidence to the fact that Febr.ary is a potent month. Two of our own illustrious citizens were born in this month. Mr. Snodgrass and Mr. Ralston. 0 Music We have received many new selections for the various musical groups all of which will be en- tered in the sub-district contest, to be held in Kalona, March 18th and 19th. - With the music contest so near at hand a lot of hard work will be required. We urge the cooper- ation of the parents in getting • i their children to band on time. This ,was the title of an inter- The girls small vocal group is esting film shown by Mr. Guinn, composed of the following: a representative of a film corn- Velma Stutsman--lst, soprano. pany that takes its own pictures. Beverly Niffenegger--2nd Sop. Did You Ever See?-- Bob Swartzendruber with hands in dough? Marvel Drolinger use a saw? Louise Miller plane ? Delmar Yoder as head cook ? Dorthea with paint on her hands Ned frost a cake? A man refuse anything to eat? The sophomore boys entertain- ed the men of the faculty and Tom James at a stag dinner Friday ev- ening. A delicoius three course dinner was served by the boys. Each fellow had some part of the meal to prepare. This dinner was to celebrate an end of three weeks coarse of Home Economics by the BRADDOCK-FARR FIGHT. Millions of radio fans accustom- ed for three years to turn the dial up to the "HOLLYWOOD HOTEL" air show, will soon have a chance to see their favorite program on the screen. For an entire broad- cast with Louella Parsons famous columnist and movie commentator, as mistress of ceremonies, has been his incorporated into the lavish rQusi- • cal comedy "Hollywood Hotel" which plays at the State Sunday thru Tuesday. All the stars of the radio program, Dick Powell, Rosemary Lane, Hugh Herbert, Glenda Farrell, Lola Lane, Johnnie Davis, Frances Langford, Ray- mond Paige and His Orchestra and Benny Goodman and his Swing Band are included in the cast. An exultant fiesta of song, comedy and romance, Grace Moore in her new starring film "I'LL TAKE ROMANCE" featuring Melvyn Douglas, Stuart I HOLY TRINITY CHURCH I Sunday school at 1O a. m. Richmond, Iowa l Worship service at 11 a. m. Rev. Fr. C. A. B. Van Waus, Pastor Richmond-- Sunday Mass at 8 and 10 a.m. Unified Sunday school and wor- CHURCH OF CHRIST Rev. C. E. Clark, Pastor 9:45 Sunday school. 10:45 Communion service fol- lowed by Morning Worship. O" BAPTIST CHURCH Charles Edward Hillis, Minister 9:45 Sunday school i ship service at 2:30 p. m. R. H. PETERSEIM FUNERAL DIRECTOR-- Modern Equipment Ambulance Service Lady Attendantm -Phone 176 Kalona, Iowa I 10:45 Morning worship "Char- a:teristies neculiar to the Bible" Masonic Notice 7:30 Union evening services led Richmond Lodge No. 96, A.F.&A.M. by the young people• "The Foun- Regular meeting Tues- tain of Life" will be the theme, day evening, March 8 .. The Young People of Kalona All Masons Cordially : Invited. x/ANt,/" are presenting a "Bible Sunday" S.W. Yoder, W. M. /\\; program at the Baptist church on Stanley Vodicka, Secy. Sanday evening, February 13th. We are very anxious that both young and old come to enjoy this program with us. o SHARON AND WINDHAM EVANGELICAL CHURCHES Fred A. Pieper, Pastor Due to weather conditions our services as planned for last Sun- day will be had this Sunday. It is hoped that we shall have the pleasure of gathering at our ac- customed place of worship this coming Sunday. Let us bring our self denial offering. Sharon-- Church school 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. -FUIKS- DIAMONDS--SILVERWARE WEDDING RINGS-WATCHES EYES EXAMINED Any Lens Duplicated WATCH REPAIRING I do all our own Diamond Mounting in our store. 220 East Wash. St. IOWA CITY, IOWA I I I X-Ray Res. 90 33 on 2 As the pictures were shown he explained them to us. Our own capitol building was visited first. Its 340 ft. of heighth is located on a plot of 93 acres of ground. We view the insurance buildings of Des Moines, the sec- ond largest in the world, that em- Norma J. TeBockhorst--2nd sop. Virginia Peterseim--2nd sop. Eunice Niffenegger--alto. Lois Yoder--alto The beys small vocal group is composed of the following: Dennis Michum--2nd tenor Dayle Teets--lst tenor ploy 5"/5 men and women• Next Richard Snodgrass--baritone we watch the activities on the  Ralph Drollinger--bass. State Fair grounds. Traveling' The small mixed group is made through the city we are taken up of: through the spacious rooms of Velma Stutsman--soprano Younkers; the busy departments Eunice Niffenegger--alto of the Grocer Wholesale Eompany Dennis Michum--tenor. WITH ItFECTED RAULIC RAKES and with QENUINE KNEE-ACTION* VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE NO DRAFT VENTILATION *On Master De Luxe mode/s mdy Vitally important features are availablet r" 00˘es, only in the new 1938 Chevrolet. MOTOR DIVISION, Genera/ Majors Sa/m  ImEOIT, MICHIGAN kwm-d .h. ,mt,. A wd mm Vd,.. Bros. Chevrolet Co. 0NA -- -- IOWA Sophomore boys. During the meal Mr. Ralston said that the basket- ,ball boys would get a real work out that night and would probably ask to be taken off the floor in- stead of trying to get into the game. This dinner came at the right time for it happened to be Mr. Ralston's birthday. Three of the boys made a swell cake and put on it .... candles in honor of his birthday. Everything went fine until it came time to wash the dishes, then everyone seemed to have something else to do. Senior Salt Erwin and Helen Wesley, plays at E.L.C.E. 7:30 p. m. the State Wednesday and Tlmrs- Windham: day. The laugh-a-minute romance, "BEG, BORROW OR STEAL" with Frank Morgan, Florence Rice, and John leal, is the first feature at the Fox Friday and Saturday Smith Ballew in HAWAIIAN BUCKAROO with Evalyn Knapp is the western feature. A romantic drama of Park Avenue and Greenwick Village with an exciting undercurrent is "WISE GIRL" with Miriam Hopkins and Ray Mil- The seniors proved themselves land which plays Sunday thru very musical last Friday by sing- 23uesday at the Fox. The efforts ing Happy Birthday to Mr. Ral- of an elderly millionaire to gain sten. He expected candy evident- the custody of his orphaned grand- ly, for he asked us to pass it. Re- children is the motivating influence member that you made a rule behind the story. about eating candy during class? "SQUADRON OF HONOR" That is the reason that e didn't with Don Terry and Mary Russell, have any candy for you Mr. Pal- is the first hit at the Fox Wed- s ton. nesday and Thursday. Preston Fos Speech class seems to make ter and Whitney Bourne in Skimmer all jittery. Mr. MeCor- "DOUBLE DANGER" mack wanted him to get up and is the associate feature. repeat one of Wadsworths poems, ,,, o and when he came to the place Mae Clark, student at S.U.I. where it says, "No I am a man" passed the week end with her par- to give some gesture to prove it ents Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Clark. to us, Skimmer was rather Mrs. Clark and her daughter visit nervous evidently for he started ed in Keota Saturday afternoon. with a swinging gesture of his right hand and reached for his heart on his right side and beat- them. ing his chest like tarzan. Alfred Dean has missed school all week. We hope he will be O' Junior Jam Paul Fry came ) school this morning with the prettiest socks. They are brown and yellow strip- ed. Miss Russell asked Marvin one day in biology class how a hen made a danger signal when she saw a hawk. Marvin was afraid everyone would rn and hide so he wouldn't give the danger sig- nal. We have been studying the modern short stories in English. They prove to be quite interest- lag. ..... 7th and 8th Grades Since Mrs. Way isn't well our teacher is Mrs. Grady. I'm sure we all like her. We ish Mrs. Way a speedy recovery. Jean and Virginia are working on our Valentine ,box. It is a very good one. We drew names for valentines this year. In the self-testing drills in arithmetic the seventh grade earned a score of ten and the l eighth a score of nine. Tharsday morning we were in- vited to the assembly to see two films about Iowa. They proved to be very interesting. o- Fifth and Sixth Grades Virginia Hoehstetler, reporter We were invited to a moving picture show, Thursday morning after recess. The name of it was "Iowa Speaks for rHernelf". We all enjoyed it very romish. The fifth grade are going to start Istudying Science Monday. They are sure they will like it very much. We have been learning' two part tm 'We like to back next week though Ruth and Russell Drollinger also miss- ed. We drew names for valentines Monday. With the help of Miss Isea some of the boys and girls in our room made a poster. It is about Abra- ham Lincoln. It is very nice. O Third and Fourth Grades Dorothy Yoder, Reporter Tuesday we drew names for Valentine day. We are decorating 0l,r room. Those who got a hundred in grade were Elaine Yoder, Eli, Marvin and Stuart. Those in the third grade were, Jean and Gwendolyn. Dean Hasty was sick Friday. O Freshman Figs In Manual Training the boys are finishing their footstools. The most industrious one is starting his second project. In Home Ec. all the girls have finished their pot holders, and tea towels. Next week they ill start on luncheon sets. Everybody is back in class again after the pink eye and the flu. Grades 1 and 2 The Second graders are making booklets on 'qIo We Travel" We have found pictures of ways we travel on land, on water and in air. We have two pictures of winter friends in our room. They are the rabbit and cardinals. We have made our Valentine box. It is red and white. Esther, Vileen, Barbara, Frances Leo and Lola Rae got an A in spelling in Grade 2 and Billy and John Hem'y in Grade 1. Morning worship 9:30 a. m. Church school 10:30 a. m. E.L.C.E. 7:30 p. m. -o METHODIST EPISCOPAL Stuart C. Peterson, Pastor Kalona-- Morning Worship Service at 9:45 a. m. Sunday school at 10:45 a. m. Riverside-- Sunday school at 10 a. m., Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Evening worship service at 7:30 p. m. Bible study and question period. Sharon-- S. C. WARE, M. D. PHYSICIAN--SURGEON Office Phone 71 Kalona, Iowa J. L. FRY, M. D. PHYSICIANSURGEON Office Phone 80 Kalona, Iows ADAMS & SON REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE Notary Public in the Office CLOSING OUT SALE We will sell at public auction at the Irvin E. Coffey farm, 1 mile west of Washington, Iowa, on Highway 2 on Tuesday, February 15th the following described property starting promptly at 11 a. m. HORSES AND MULES--One span of black mules, 6 and 7yr. old; 1 span brown mules, 6 yrs. old; grey horse, 6 years old, wt. 1700; 1 bay brood mare, 9yrs. old, wt. 1500--all well broke. One colt, 3 years old; 1 colt, coming 1 year old. COWS--Twelve head giving milk; 5 cows with calves by side; 12 head of 2 yr. old heifers; 7 summer calves. All jerseys and tested HOGS--Twelve head of Hampshire sows, bred for March pigs; 1 full blood Poland China boar; 100 early and late fall pigs. SHEEP--Twenty-five head of ewes; 18 head of feeding lambs. CHICKENS--10 dozen White Rock hens, culled and blood tested HAY--Several tons of good alfalfa hay, expecL to have baled by sale date; bean hay, barn and stack. ALL HORSE DRAWN MACHINERY--Deering 6-ft. binder; Easy Way hay loader; Rock Island side delivery rake; John Deere No. 9 corn planter, new check wire; Moline marmre spread er; Statley 14-in gang plow; Hayes riding cultivator; Busy Bee riding cultivator; Dane side rake; 3-section harrow; John Deere horse disc, ne"ly sharpened; low wagon, 26-in. box; low wagon and hay rack; high wagon, 26-in box; bobsled and box; 2 sets of good Concord harness; set of light back band harness; it sets of work harness; several good horse and mule collars; shovels; pitch forks and wire stretchers; I McCormick-Deering It h. p. gas engine; One Minute washer; cream separator; slop cart; several hog feeders; 5 barrel water tank; a good heating stove; corn sheller and many other articles. IRVIN E. COFFEE & WARREN C. LONG D. F. 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