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PAGE 8 THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1938 Famous Marriage Pape Famous marriage certificates are preserved at Somerset House, Lon- don, says London Answers Maga- zine. When George Fox. the found- er of the Quakers, was wed in 1669. 22 persons signed the register. The 'certificate of marriage of William 'Penn, founder of Pennsylvania, is dated 1672 and bears the signatures of 46 witnesses. THE NEW CRAND THEATRE WELLMAN ........... IOWA ! J FRIDAY--SATURDAY & 12--Two Features AND in ,hei, ture ! SUN. MON. TUES. 13th, 14th and 15th I w THOMAS BECK LOUISE HENRY ond The HARTMANS Oimcted by Jemes Ilnlhql MATINEE SUNDAY 21c Matinee Starts at 2:30 I II IIIII WED. & THURS. 16th and 17th Bank Nights m ST1 ADMISSION 10c--26c Inculding State Sales Tax Classified Ads Four lines or 'e q.e -- Each ad- m ditional line ,, III IIIIIII II II FOR SALE--Registered Holstein bulls, bred for type, vitality and i production, from high producing herds. Some ready for service. Also bred gilts. See Joel H. Yo- der. p15-tfc. WANTED--300 size turkey brood- BABY CHICKS -- White Rock, j er house. Jesse R. Shetler, Kalona White Leghorn flocks tested for l c15 BWD. White Rock $8.00 per 100;IFOR SALE--Bay horse, 8 years White Leghorn $7.00 per 100; old, weight about 1500 lbs. In- Cstom Hatching 2tc per egg. quire at News office. 20% deposit with each order. MaComb and James.way Brooders and supplies. Come in and see our equipment, and let us talk it over with you.. Wayside Hatchery Frytown, Tel. Sharon 12 on 42. pd 16 BE READY FOR SPRING WORK Get your plows and discs sharpen- ed at Fishers Blacksmith shop, Kalona. Work guaranteed, c20 FOR SALE----4 year old mare in foal, wt. about 1600, good worker. Harry Malichky, Riverside, phone 5321. p15 FOR SALE--Monarch kitchen range, excellent condition. For price and location call at the News office, p15 FOR SALEwAt Coffey and Long public sale, one mile west of Washington, two span of good young mules, well broke and gentle, 1 grey horse 6 years old, 1 brood mare, 9 years old, 1 colt 3 years old, 1 colt 1 year old, 45 head of dairy cattle. Sale to be held Tuesday, February 15. Cof- fey and Long. p15 LOST--Dual tire chain between Kalona and George Yoders on Highway No. 22. Irvin Kelley Phone 236, Kalona. c15 THINK NOW--about your sil0 for next year. We now have two .used wood silos. We are now of- fering a liberal discout for orders for early building on the concrete stave silo. J. T. Winborn. Rt. 1 Kalona. c52 FOR SALEwHolstein bull calf 5 weeks old. W. C. Brenneman, Kalona Phone 32 on 104. c15 HYBRID SWEET CORN--Pioneer has a Golden Bantam Hybrid, selected for delicious flavor, is wilt resistant and yields much above the ordinary. Price 40c per pound. Place your order soon. A. J. Beaehy, Kalona. prl5 WANTED--To buy corn. R.G. Shaver, Phone 194, Kaona. pl ANNOUNCEMENT -- Watch for sale bill of Pu.blic sale to be held at the Joetown seedn house o March 9th. Will sell about 100 bushel of clover and timothy seed, corn, oats and machinery. Any- one having anything to sell, make arrangements with Emery M. Yoder. WOULD YOU like to benefit next year from the most extensive corn breeding program in the corn belt? See A. J. Beachy, local rep- resentative of Pioneer. Kalona Route 1. p15 FOR SALE--Kitchen Kook gas pressure stove with built-in oven very good condition. Inquire at News Office. p15 FOR RENTThe original Tom Brewer property, p15 FOR LOW PRICE FUEL try our Iowa Lump coal $5.50 per ton. Eclipse Lbr. Co. Phone 13. c15 FOR LOW PRICE FUEL try our Iowa Lump coal $5.50 per ton. Eclipse Lbr. Co. Phone 13. c15 i Rat Is Versatile The common house rat is an ex- pert climber, swimmer and digger. It often adopts a communistic mode of living in building a maze of con- necting underground tunnels. I Prairie Dale Henry Hoehstetler had the mis- fortune of breaking his arm while cranking his tractor last week. Mr and Mrs. Sherman Miller and daughters spent Sunday at I the Noah Kempf home. ] Mr. and Mrs. Mose P. Yoder and i family were Sunday visitors at] the Joe D. Yoder home. Miss Ruth Brenneman assisted her brother Maynard and family, i last week when they moved to Daytonvile. i Mr. and Mrs. Sam T. Miller and family spent Sunday with LeRoy Millers. Sunday afternoon callers at the Henry ,Hochstetler home were Mr. and Mrs. Marner Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Hochstetler, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Yoder and family of Iowa City and Mr. and Mrs. Chriss Hochstetler. Mr. John A. Miller and family were Sunday dinner guests at Emery Hochstetlers. Ladies Rook Club Meets I The Ladies Rook club met Wed- nesday afternoon with Mrs. Ora Boone as hostess. Those enjoying the afternoon were Mrs. Chas. Drollinger, Mrs. H. A. Swartz- !endruber, Mrs. Alva Niffenegger, Mrs. Lee Droilinger, Mrs. Donald Benell, Mrs. J. R. Swartzendruber Mrs. Omar Steigleder. Prize for high score was won by Mrs. Chas. Drollinger, conso- lation by Mrs. Donald Ienll and traveling prize by Mrs. H.A. Svartzendruber. Kalona Markets Thursday, February 10, 1938 Eggs 13c Hens 16c Leghorn hens .............. 12c Cream--sweet ............ 30c Cream -- No. 1 ............. 29c Cream  No. 2 ............ 27c Oats ...................... 27c Corn ..................... ! 42c Wheat .................... ' 85c Hogs $8.85--Chicago top. Our Service Is Complete Jew Spring Sample Books Are Here We start with good quality all wool suits and topcoats at $25 ... and end with the finest made at the modest price ot? $45. If these don't suit you we have 5 other prices in between. E J Hesselschwerdt Makes Your Money Go Farther Phone 43 Kalona, Is. Baby Chicks For Sale-L All flocks blood tested for B.W.D.. Our White Rocks and White Leg- horns are of special quality. Many are yearling hens. Let us start your chicks from 1 to 2 weeks. We 'ill save you lst---Fuel; 2nd--Loss of Chicks; 3rd--Feed and labor. Prices--All light breeds $8 per 100 Heavy breeds $9 per 100---Custom hatching $3 per 100. All orders booked by Mar. 15, 50c per 100 less. A 20 per cent deposit on all orders for baby chicks. Erb Hatchery Wellman, Iowa Phone 11-40 BABY CHICK PRICES All flocks culled & tested for BWD One outstanding flock Triple A. Gold Certificate White Rock $9.75 Other White Rock .......... $9.00 Buff Rock ................ $9.00 Barred Rock .............. $9.00 White Leghorn ............ $8.00 We have secured exclusive rights on White Leghorn eggs from the Jonas Y. Yoder flock, chicks per I00 .................... $9.00 A discount will be made on all orders placed before March 15th. Hostetler's Hatchery Phone 159 Kalona, Ia. c23 O0 D FRIDAY-SATURDAY, FEB. llTH & 12TH P & G SOAP, Giant Bars ........ 3 bars___llc OXYDOL, Large Package 21c SMALL IVORY 'L 1 LARGE IVORY .L SOAP BOTH FOR__ t#b MARSHMALLOWS, Fresh ...... Pound___14c JELLY BEANS, Pound' ..........  ....... 10c MAYFLOWER LYE RAISINS PRUNES RICE, Extra Fancy HERSHEY'S COCOA, 2 cans___15c 2 lb. pkg___15c 2 lb .... 15c 2 lb .... 13c 1 lb. can___llc Many More Specials Look For Our Hand Bills GAS Never again need you uy, "1 wish 1 could cook with 8M" for right now. no matter where you live, you can have the full equivalent of a city gas cook stove with all the labor-.saving conveniences which that means KITCHEnKODK Makes Its Own Gas YODER & SON --{--I--FOR DELIVERIES PHONE Pilotburg February 7wThe ice is gone, we are glad to say, Saturday we got a .big rain but most of it went into ditches and creeks. Too many folks cut off the tres and wonder why we have floods, with nothing to hold the waters back. Mrs. Roy Turnipseed and family moved to their Washington home today. Mr. and Mrs. John Young ill move on the lplace where they vacated. All the folks vho were ill last week are improving. Mr. Charlie Schulty of Wash- ington purchased the house on the Clayton Bear farm which has been a tenant h(mse, and will move it on his farm in Pilotburg where the house recently burned, and where Joe Haller and sisters will move into from the Shaffer and Anderson house west of Pilotburg. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Winegarden and family will occupy this house then and Mr. Winegarden will work for John Bauer this year. The schools taking part in the spelling contest, Pilotburg was represented by Raymond Cortum at Daytonville and Lookout at Richmond where Harold Horak, a seventh grader, won second in his division and Harold Mass third in his, Marguerite Vodicka is the teacher. Our rural carrier made his trip on foot today, as our dirt roads are almost impassable today Mon- day. Frank Stransky and son Marion sold a truck of hogs last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson called on Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson Thursday and saw the new girl who is named Carolyn Joyce. Hey. and Mrs. DeKoning did not come out Friday eventng because of bad roads. We are sorry to miss out so mch on the Bible study he hoped to give at the church this ,winter, but forks ave to make a real effort for our roads are bad most of the time. ABC Club Meets The ABC club met Tuesday evening with Elda Bigelow as hostess. Rook was played at 2 tables with prize for high score being won by Carol Saforek. Others present were Helen and Pauline Peterseim, Cleola Grady, Arel Hannah, Grace Shetler, Vera Strickler and Dolores Kelley. Re- freshments were served by the hostess. --" O FELLOWSHIP TEA A Fellowship Tea was held at the J. F. O'Loughlin home Tues- day afternoon ,with about 25 guests in attendance. The time was pas- sed inspecting antiques, which were brought by the guests, and a I short program on the life of John Wesley, a f)reacher and song writ- er, was given by Mrs. Grant Snider and Mrs. Ethel Beck. Rev. Peter- son also gave a short talk. --o Dinner Bridge Club Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Knerr were hostess to the dinner bridge club at their home Wednesday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. T. R. James, Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Hochstetler, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Alt Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Walker and Mr and Mrs. Clifford Sommers. 0 -- A male quartet from Matamora Illinois ,ill be at the East Union church Sunday evening. ( It operates at the lowest poaible e.t. Cdvm conveniences than you ever thought pomibh. Irm beaut i unsurpasmcl, and with it you have the higher of safety. It never can be ilooded. KITCHENKOOK t. listed "Class A" by the Underwriters" Labotedm. Stop in at your first opportunity for a free d===m "" ", r c tb :a-!:abl stove 20% Discount on all Models in stock. SHAIR HARDWARE 00. KALONA, IOWA Ladies Bridge Club Meets The Ladies Bridge club met with Mrs. V. D. Hochstetler as hostess Mr. and Monday evening. Members pres- and Mrs. ent were Mesdames Gussie Knerr, Mrs. Agnes Kepler, Jean Ware, Velma Yoder Alt, Cleo Snodgrass, Elsie Mel- of Mrs. linger, Florence Shimon, Emnfa Tice Sartzendruber, Ernestine Grady, them. Genevieve Fry, and Miss Hazel Mr. Dean. Guests were Mrs. Ed Kern Mrs. Vernon Beck and Mrs. Clif- ford Sommers. Prize for score was on by Mrs. Ed and consolation by Mrs. Mellinger. high were Kern Mr. and Elsie Mr. and ler are the Loren E. Pecaut and his wife boys born Mrs. Dsve  Jeff Sadie, who conducted a union re- passed vival meeting here a few years Stutsman. ago are broadcasting from Chi- cago, each morning during Feb- Mr. and rary from 7:30 to 8 o'clock over family were station WCBD, 1080 kilocycles, the par enl CORN I have purchased a new coRN mounted on a new truck, and a give satisfactory service on jobs. REASONABLE ROY L. PHONE 2 on 9 Notice Get your KORUM now so to give in your chicks first water.  only an astringent but is also a which keeps the intestines in all the time. Ask for Our chick free service to you. J. S. KAUFFMAH Phone 150 Insulated Laying are Warm, Dry and The amount of body laying house in winter by escapes so the often falls walls, floor and ceiling. I With Eclipse Insulation which escapes from the This makes the laying house comfortable. Hens do not create body heat and they Phone 13 C.L. Phone 221 Harry Hc STOC As the Walsh farm has been sold, and farm I am offering at lmblic auction on Walsh farm 1 / miles northwest of and / mile north of Highway NO. 22, MONDAY, F] 5 HEAD OF HORSES--Roan horse sound; black horse, wt. 1600 lb., pair geldings, coming 3 years old in 27 HEAD OF CATTLE,--21 head of full feed, wt. 900lb; 2 WHiteface heifer 2 spring heifer calves, Shorthorns; 2 one fresh, other to freshen in spring. 55 HEAD OF HOGS---33 Hampshire March 15, balance first of May, all good and all cholera immunized; butcher hog wt. MACHINERY ETC.---John Deere 14-ft long and will hold 100 bushel of grain; plow, nearly new; 14-in. walking ploW; John work harnes, set single harnes; saddle; GRAIN--1000 bu. corn; 200 bit. IoWar , Yoder & Brown, Auct/oneers people#' BERT CRAY,