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Pastor ,re have ser- It is sin- can have to The Kalona News Thursday, February 17, 19300 W. C. O. F. MEET The W. C. O. F. t eld theil regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Margaret Friese Monday evening, with Chief Ranger Catherine Walker in charge. After a shol business session a social hem" was held. Bunco was played at three tables with Cleola Grady receiving high score and Norma Grady consola- tion. Members present were Mrs. Catherine Walker, the Misses Clara and Matilda .TeBockhorst, Cleola and Norma Grady, Lor- etta Chapek, Glee 4Stump f, Dolores Kelley, Mrs. Luella Stump, and Mrs. Bess TeBoek- horst. Refreshments ere served which were carried out in keeping with Valentines Day. The next meet- ing will be held March 14th with Mrs. Anna Chapek and Loretta at Richmond. ALPHA CLUB ENTERTAINS On Monday afternoon the Alpha club entertained the Idris club at the home,of Mrs. J. S. Michum. The following program was given. Two numbers *by the high school male quartette, "The Bells of St. Mam, s" and "The Song of the Jolly egers'* The members of the quartet are Dennis Michum, Rich- ard Snodgrass, Ralph Drol]inger, :and Martin Levy, with Paul Fry our Sel as accompanist. Following these selections, Mrs. Esther Guengerich gave a study of the painting "The at IAvenue of Middle ttarnis" bv Rev. Hobbema, and Mrs. Cleo Shod- present grss gave a review of the cur- ready for rent play "You Can't Take It With I You". Miss Gwendolyn McCor- e 9, mack sang "Littl Old Lady !n ra. costume and gave "A Fish Story'* i as an encore. Refreshments in keeping with the Valentine season ,-ere served by the committee in rn. charge. Ill. e _ Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hannah of Ladora, Iowa visited with their daughter Aurel Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fisher were Monday evening supper guests at at the Melak Marek home. : Wilbur Pribyl Lament Kelley, !a. rn. Cmil Swartzendruber, Wilma Te- our Bockhorst and Bernadette TeBock horst were Cedar Rapids visitors Monday afternoon and evening. Mr. ancl Mrs. Vernon Wittrig a. ra. and family of Washington were P.m. Monday evening supper guests at the parental Peter Wittrig home. The occasion was in honor of Mr. Wittrig's birthday which occured ald Wor- last Saturday. ser- , held at Peter- son will preach on the theme ,What's The Use?" A nion choir u,nder the direction of Mr. McCor- mack will furnish special msie. Everyone welcome and rged to attend. Entertain Faculty Miss Janet Sea and Miss Jesse Russell entertained the members i of the faculty and their wives at a party Tuesday evening at their apartment. Progressive games w.r,e played throughout the evening with prize for high score being won by Mrs. Frank Ralston. Refreshments in keeping with the Valentine season were served. The time was very much enjoyed by all present. 'o IOOK CLUB MEETS Mrs. Charles Drol]inger was hostess to the Ladies Rook' club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Prize for high score was awarded to Mrs. H. A. Swartzendrnber and consolation to Mrs. era Boone. Traveling prize as awarded to Mrs. J. R. Swartzendruber. Others present were Mrs. Alva Niffeneg- ger, Mrs. Donald Benell, Mrs. O. C. Steigleder and Mrs. Lee Drol- linger. .o Home Guards Have, Meeting Members of the Home Guards 'met at the McCormack home Sat- i urday afternoon with Miss Gwen- !dolyn acting as hostess. Kathyrn Southwick was in charge of the program, and Mary Gingerich led the devotionals. Following the program the girls exchanged Val- entines and Miss McCormack, as- sisted by her mother, served re- freshments. Those resent were Mary and Viola Gingerich, Jean Alt, Nadine Hochstetler, Virginia Hochstetler Treva Hesselschwerdt, Dorothy and Betty ,:Yoder and Kathyrn Southwick. P -O Entertains At Desert Bridge Mrs. I.-R. MeCormack entertain- ed at a dessert bridge at her home Thursday evening. Bridge was played at three thles with traveling prize and prize for high score being awarded to Mrs. Ed Kern, and consolation to Miss Virginia Hibbs. Others included in the courtesy were Mesdames Genevieve Fry Velma Alt, Ethel Beck, Helen Fry, Gussie Knerr Florence himon, Jean Ware and the Misses Jesse Russell, Joella Antes and Ruth Kyle. O The Missionary Society met with Mrs. Frank Ralston Thurs- day afternoon. Miss Edith Max- well was in charge of the lesson which was on Japan. The organi- zation also did some White Cross work. Mrs. "Paul Stumpf and Mrs. Made Kallus ,visited with their aunt, Mrs. Mary Marhofer, at the Mrs. Margaret Friese home Tues- day. Dr. and Mrs. Chittum of North Liberty and tester McFar- land of Moline were callers there Wednesday, LOCAL NEWS Nell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adams of Iowa City, passed the week end with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Max Boone and Karen Kay and Jack Boone of Iowa City visited at the Adams home Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Reagan Adams and Nancy visited at the parental Lee Taylor home in Iowa City sunday. Clark Gingerich and family were Wednesday evening supper guests at the Joe F. Gingerich home. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Hochstet- ler are the parents of a girl bern Tuesday, February 15th The twin sons born to Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Hostedler last week have been named Kenneth M and ! Keith M. anny Yoder who is working for 'Sm Mast's had the misfortune of catching "her hand in a power meat grinder last Saturday and tufting it very badly. If compli- cations do not occur he hand will be healed within a short time. Dr. Matt Ware of West Branch was a professionul caller : Ka- lena Tesday morning'.. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ropp are the parents of a 9 pound boy born Wednesday, February 16th. Edna Mac the daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Litfller, was taken to a hospital in Iowa City this week. R. H. PETERSEIM --FUNERAL DIRECTOR--- Modern Eiuipment Ambulance Service-- Lady Attendant-- Phone 176 Kana, Iowa , i S. C. WARE, M. D. PHYSICIANSURGEON Office Phone 71 Kalona, Iowa J. L. FRY, M. D. PHYSICIANSURGEON Office Phone 80 Kalona, Iow | J. R. Swartzendruber DENTIST Phone 67  Kalona, Iowa Walter Gingerich, D, C. CHIROPRACT .OR Neuroc'alometer and X-Ray Service PHONES--Office 187; Rein. 90 Kalona, Iowe