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LESSONS LEARNED AT GRANDMA'S KNEE Grandma's loving hands teach a lot; they're gentle, wise and kind, opening up a whole new world of adventure. Grandma's been around for a long time, and she knows a lot more than most people. She knows how smart it is to start saving for the future . . . the sooner the better. Habits learned early stay around a long time, too, and savings is one of the best habits to have. The best way to save is with a Savings Account at our Bank . . . where your money works for you. FARMERS SAVINGS BANK $10,000.00 Maximum Insurance for each depositor 66 Years of Banking Service DIAL 656 - 2265 KALONA ]1 lili Tell Your Merchant You Saw His Advertising Local News Mrs. Carrie Koto~iek and Emily of Iovca City, Mrs. Mary TeBockhorst and Bob, JoAnn, Judy and John Allen were Sunday evening supper guests in the Wilbur Pribyl home. !Mr. and ;Mrs. George V. Fry and their grandson, Bryan Fry, were dinner guests Sun.- day, of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Paulsen and family near West Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Grim of Pulaski were the weekend guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark and f,amily, Delmar Glen Yoder was honored at a surprise break- fast ,at his home Sunday morning, in observance of his birthday. Others sharing the courtesy were his wife, Mr. an~i Mrs. Edwin Knepp and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Mi!- ler and Denny. Guests entertained ~t din- ner Sunday in the Mayrmrd Brenneman home included Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mullet and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Elam Christner, Mr. and Mrs. John Knepp, Eileen Miller and Karen Marner. Ben Hershberger was a din- ner guest Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Miller and Denny. Everette Says: The preacher came along and wrote on a fence: 'I pray for all.' Th e lawyer wrote u n d erneath: 'I plead for all.' The doctor add- ed: 'I prescribe for aLL The p 1 a i n citizen wrote: 'I pay for all.' Wellman Cleaners Pickup Service Tuesday and Friday mornings Dial 646-2463 Wellman Cards Of Thanks Words can not express our thankfulnes~ to all of you for the gifts, aard's' and prayers during the time we were in the hospital and since re- turning home. May God richly bless each one of you. Mrs. Edwin Hershberger and Kenne.th Our sincere thanks to the Kalona Fi r e Department, friends and neighbors who w~re willing to ~ive us, help at the time of the fire in our home last Wedneeday even- ing. Your promptness is ap- preciated. c Mr. and Mrs. Ron Spicher The family of Mrs. Katie Wertz wishes to express their sincere thanks and appreci- ation for the many acts of kindness during her ~llness, also for the expressions of sympathy, f.ood, floral offer- ings at the time of her death. Fern, Junior and Carroll Whestone Families I wL~h to express my thanks to al.1 for the calls, visits, cards, prayers, flowers and other gifts, before, while I was in the hospital and since re- turning home. My sincere thanks to each and everyone. * Louis Harden I wish :to thank everyone for the prayers, cards, gifts, visits and flowers: while I was in the hospital and since re- turning home. I also want to thank those who sent food to us. Each act of kindness is deeply appreciated and will long be remembered. c .Mrs. Laise Wade Welln~an, Iowa Thank you every one for the prayers, visits, calls, notes and gifts received following my accident. You were very kind to remember me. * Stephen Schaefer / l l l III FRYT0WN GOLD MEDAL FLOUR WITH YOUR GROCERY ORDER lb. bag O 01d Fashioned Pink APPLESAUCE cans Hunts Whole Unpeeled APRICOTS 4 Cans $1.00 HUNTS STEAK HOUSE 14 oz. Bottles $1.00 Hunts Fruit Cocktail q 3OOsize cans Super Valu POWDERED MILK 12 qt. Box RATH SMOKY LINKS BUTTER-NUT 6 oz. Jar INSTANT COFFEE By Mrs. Roland Maxwell Victor Hess w~s a Wednes-] day evening caller at thel Roland Maxwell home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lemley of Riverside, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Maxwell were recent callers at the George Maxwell home. Robert McGlumphrey and family and Mr. arid Mrs. Gary McGlumphrey were Sunday dinner guests at the Eldon Swartzendruber home. Maxine Turtle and family, Susan Hislop, ,Mr. and Mrs. John Bell and Robert were Sunday dinner guests at Che Richard Yoder home. Sunday dinner guests at the Rufus Yoder home were Francis and Jake Yoder, Noah Yoder of Frytown, Bill Mey- ors, Victor Hess, Darlene and D ebra and Mrs. Frank Fry. Mr. and Mrs. Tf,m Capper and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vic- tor Hess and Debra, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sleichter were Sunday evening visitors at the Cleo Yoder home. Those who helped Noah Yoder move were Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Yoder, Mr. and Mrs. Rensbe~ger, Lala Sho- walter and Victor Hess. Junior Girl Scouts Nine were present at the last Girl Scout meeting. Mrs. !Bissland told of requirements :for badge~. We discussed our Valen~tine party, which was held February 9. Sue Pemberton brought treats and handed them out. We met in our patrols and discussed our parts in the Valentine party. Sue Pember- ton's patrol has entertain- merit and Christy Yotty's pa- trol has food. After that we practiced cutting Valen~tines, and the meeting was adjourned. ~Cynthia Swartzendruber ROTARY NOTES Col. Brooks T. I)ooker of the U. S. PAr Force and the Uni- versity of Iowa ~poke at Ro- tary o~ Tuesday. The pro- gram dealt with the Goodwill Industries' and the t~heltered Workshop for the handicap- ped of this area. Duane Tadlock of Wellman attended Tuesdays meeting. COUNTY CROP DAY FEBRUARY 17 'Higher Profit Corn and Bean Produc.tion in 1966' is the theme of the annual County Crop Day to be held this year by the W~shin,gton C o u n t y Extension Service. This all-day program will be Thursday, February 17, at .the City I~all in Washing, to.n, be- ginning at 9:30 a.m. and end- ing at 3:00 p.m., reports Jim Frier, County Extension Di- rector. Between 100 - 200 farmers are expected at ,this meetin~g which is one of ~he n~ajor highlights of the County Ex- tension Program each winter. "Hitting the ceiling is no way to get up in the world." 65c - =:: ---: 0LD RELIABLE COMPANY 75 years ~n business, needs 5 Jflk ]a man 35-45 to take over de- .~.lveloped territory. Must have vv feed experience, knowledge of t livestock and good car. Pres- .... ~-~1 ent salesman retiring. ~!Send all particulars in first ~---~! letter, to _[ KIDMAN'S . Des Moines, Iowa -" I %_ "'To My Valentine" Package to Deluxe Brachs Choc. 1 lb box $2~00 Assorted flavors and colors. Cello-wrap. i ~ ~i ~ ! i i ;~ :i~} ~ i:.;i~ ~::~:::i~ii~~ .......... ;::~!:~! :.::~::]]:/: i]ii ":ili:=i} ~i!=~i~iii::iii~:i'=)!~iiiiii':i~:i~i::i~i~i~i:~i !=/:iiiiiiiiiiiiii:/,iiiii::i~i::ii!~i~i~i::iii ~:.. ~,~,~ CANDY HEARTS 5C Sweets are imprinted 56 with cute sayings. Marshmallow HEART 5 Colored plastic 10, 1-oz. chocolate coy- C heart, candy, toy. ered heart. Children's VALENTINE CARDS ! ~Distinctive box holds 25 assorted valentines, each ~: . .~; ............ ~:~ cludes attractive ~~ card for teacher. 39. w~ n . Hanging ROSE for natural" 29tea looking beauty in lasting poly. lOc ea. Delicate sprays of lea~Y blossoms in summer" time colors to .mix or match with an), decor, :~ii~i~I' j :: in softest textures, exciting colors, nubbles, lightweights and blends. here in our fine yard goods del cluding the never iroI~ rics. See this exciting tion today. It's Time To Think Spring! ~.You'll think of beautiful coat and suit