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51 alnna GROUP CONCERT TO WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 --.------ o always been customary annual Music Contest spring, that a Spring held a few days pre- would give the Ka- an opportunity to type of work that had in the music during the year, and To Elect Town Officers Next Monday March 30 With only one ticket in the field, the following officers have been nominated to the town elec- tion which will be held at the city hall next Monday, March 30: For Mayor, R. H. Peterseim; As- to play..tforta:nSaudienceetm ,~...+ o., .~_ sessor, George Fry; Treasurer; V. D. Hochstetler; Councilmen, S. W. r " . ]Yoder, T. V. Knerr, Harry Hore- , oecause of the large ......... -.,-. , I SOWSKy, ~erala "ree~s ana ~lmer l~mes, it has been ae. ~ :~ ,, ~ ~ [ Marwer; Park Board, Delmar ,,tee mis ~pring ~on- W~, divisions. The first lReece' Frank Conkhn and Alva r on Wednesday, April I Kepler. 0nsist of the solo en. I vv . . ~--~-~---o VOcal and instrumental. Urlali Miller of the concert will April" 7, and the pro- aPpear in next weeks is the solo will be given on at 7:45 o'clock School gymnasium, i Will be no admission ! Cr01d Bouillon Neia A. Kern Velvety Sky__Clarke Alfred D. Grady ..... Frankgiser M. Sleichtor ............ Rand , ........... Perkins .......... Callahan I~esselschwerdt Bassi Ruth A. Liebig 3 Mozart Fry ............ Purcell ....... Sanderson Harold peterseim .......... Vierchen ger Feldman ............. Pryor --- Donald Dayton .............. Roger ........ Clarke r''" Alfred D. Grady ........... Buchtel Paul Bender ....... Gabriel Jean Fry ............. Verdi eine B1ume__Schurnan '"-~Mary C. Grady Bergeson Hesselschwerdt Fautasie.__Roger .... l~obert Snyder MAY 4 TO 7 announced that the for sugar ra- held on May 4, 5, amount of sugar ra- individual has not decided and no lo- is available this this will be pub- as it can be ob- Position of Richmond is place at Company in aUperintondent on Mr. ~akulin, who the Eclips9 corn- Years as Mr. Gin- ~as been in the most of his pel~onality that the public. Mr. purchased a a Wellman lure- IYarv~y Hofer" and Strawberry Point evening at the P. Mrs. Dave Ben- of Washing- Everett Tecta of Delta and of Chanute III. called an Monday. T. R. Adams and with the family at Mid- Harry Hore- Kay spent Parental E. B. at Washington. Dies Following Lingering Illness Death came to Uriah Miller, 77, Saturday, March 21 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. P. I. Hel- muth, following a lingering illness. Mr. Miller was born in Elkhart, county, Indiana on January 1, 1865, later moving with his par- ents to Newton county, Indiana where he grew to manhood. While a young man he ,became a member of the Old Order Amish Men- nonite church in which faith he remained until his death. Mr. Miller was a hard working man, never shirking his duty. In May 1938 he suffered a stroke from whiCh he never recovered and even though he was almost helpless the last few years of his life, he endured his affliction patiently. Those who mourn his death are his widow, three daughters, Mrs. WiH Stutzman, Mrs. P. I. Hel- muth and Mrs. Sherman MiLler, one son, Samuel T. Miller, 14 grandchildren and one great grandson. A daughter, Mrs. John D. Yoder and an adopted son Lewis Miller preceded him in death. He is also survived by three sisters, Mrs. J. S. Beachy, Sherwood, Ohio; Mrs. Win. J. Yo- der, Topeka, Ind.; Mrs. John D. Yoder, of Nowata, Okla.; and three brothers, Jacob ~iller, Iowa City; Win. B. Miller, Topeka, Okla.; and N. B. Miller of Hydro, Okla. Brothers and sisters pre- ceding him in death were, Ananias Miller, Joseph C. Miller, Abraham Miller, Mrs. N. E. ~tzman and Mrs. D. J. Yoder. Funeral services were held at 9:30 Tuesday morning in the P. I. Helmuth home, conducted by Jo- nas Otto, Joni Miller and Noah Miller. Farewell my children and grad- children all. From you a father, Christ did call, Mourn not for me, it is in vain, To call me to your side again. CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend to our kind friends and neighbors, sincere i thanks for all the deeds of kind-i nes and comfort which have been shown during the illness and death of our husband and father. Mrs. Uriah Miller , and Children Those from a distance who at- tended the f~neral of Uriah Mil- ler were Levi Troyer, E. S. Troy- er, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Troyer, Seth Troyer Jr., of Mio, Michigan, Mr. and Mrs. Seth S. Troyer, Mr. and Mrs. Sam T. Miller, daughter Ruby, Ezra Troyer of Goshen ~nd.; Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller and daughter Annie, Mrs. Ezra Miller and daughter Cora of To- peka, Ind., Edd Hershberger and Mrs. Win. M. Yoder of Millers- burg, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Yo- der of Thomas Okla.; Mrs. B. J. ~Miller, Mr and Mrs. Amos Yoder, Joni Miller, George Yoder from Buchanan county, Ia., and Mr. and Mrs. Emsy Miller and daughter Susan of Wayland. Dinner guests Sunday with Mr. ~nd Mrs. Wilbur Pribyl were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pribyl, Mr. and Ii~. Norbert TeRbckhorst and Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Joe I~olo- sick and Emily, Mr. and Mrs. Leo ~[leBockhorst, Norma J~ne, Rich- ard and Robert. Elmer Guengerich is reported as being quite ill this week. KALONA, WASHINGTON COUNTY, IOWA, THURSDAY, Disconnected MARCH 26, 1942 (WNU Service) Name Workers In "- Defense Bond Drive An intensive campaign for the sale of Defense /~onds and Stamps has been organized in Washington county and Atty. A. E. Baldridge, county chairman of the drive was in Kalona Monday evening and met with the township chairman, Dean Feldman and his associates on the local committee who are H. V. Beck, H. L. Walker, C. L. Drol- linger, C. C. Shimon, V. D. Davis, E. J. Hesselschwerdt, V. D. Hoch- stetler, Ferd Skola, Geo. A. Eg- lin and George Fry. The rest of the township will be taken care of by the chairman and Carl Ander- son, Roscoe Kolosiek, ~tanley Vo- dieka, Ernest Kloepfer and Clif- ford Sommers. County chairman A. E. Bald- ridge stated that the quota for Washington county was $1,620,000 and if the amount was st~bscrib. ed to one hundred per cent it would mean an average sales of over $80 for every man, woman and child in the county. He also said that any bonds purchased since January 1, 1942 would be credited to the county quota total. Committemen will go out soon as possible to make a house to house canvas campaign. The workers will not actually sell bonds and stamps but will take pledges for the purchase of these on a weekly or monthly basis or whatever arrangement the purch- aser wishes to make. These pledges will be taken in triplicate, one copy will be sent to the treasury department, one to the state sales director and the third being retained by the pur- chaser. It is suggestod by the com- mittee that each family decide in advance how much they can con- tribute so they can make their pledge when the cartvasser calls. Mr. Baldridge sa~d he was impressed with the earnest spirit of the workers and he expects the same kind of response Will be re- oeived from the people all over the county and he urges that everyone pledge every dollar pos- sible. O Weller Snyder suffered a pain- ful injury last Monday morning when the end of his tlmmb on his right hand was cut off while he was assembling farm machinery. Lew Hendrick underwent an operation for a bone infection last Saturday at the Mercy hos- )ital in Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Reece Trnsler of Manilns, Illinois spent the week end at the John Sakulin home in Richmond. Other Sunday evening supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harper and Paul Terry of Iowa City and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sakulin and family. MrS:- and Mrs. Francis Lemley and ~ami~, and Mr. and Mrs. Evlis Lemley of Cedar Falls were dinner guests in the L. R. Lem- Icy home Sunday. Scouts Make Plans For Another Year The local Boy Scout council met at the Legion ,bailding Tuesday evening to make plans for another year of scouting. Those who will again help to promote the scouting program are: Frank Conklin, Larry Spiwy H. V. Snodgrass, R. A. Hender, Ray Wittrig, O. L. Rogers and E. J. Heselschwerdt. The committe wishes to thank the public for the help and co- operation given the boys in the paper drive. Every Saturday the Scouts are kept busy gathering up paper and magazines from the homes and business houses in Kalona. This paper is then sold and the proceeds are given to the Red Cross War Relief fund. The following Scout committees were elected to serve to June 1: Teller~Richard Conklin and Sher- wood Strickler; hiking and camp- ing--Charles Snodgrass. Junior ~Ehrenfelt and Eugene Hochstet- ler; New Prospects and Work-- Calvin Perrin, Eugene Hochstet- let and Charles Snodgrass; Mem- bership--Richard Conklin, Sher- wood Strickler and Cleo Ginge- rich. It has been announced that a Washington county drive to fin- ance scouting will be held soon. o- WAYSIDE INN SOLD Iowa May Snider sold the Way- side Inn property to Dr. S. C. Ware and will discontinue her business because of ill health. The ~ransaction ook place last Mon- day and the Ware family expects to take possesion in about two weeks. . Watch next weeks issue for sale bill of personal property th-~t will be sold by Miss Snider. Golf Meeting Friday Night A meeting of Golf Club mem- bers will be held at 7:30 Friday evening, March 27 at the City hall. Anyone interested is ask- ed to be present as plans for the coming Fear will be discussed. Ned Fry and Kenneth Dahlstrom C. P. T. students at Cedar Rapids spent Wednesday night in Kalona where the former visited his par- ents Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Fry and the later, his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Grady. Doris Grout returned home Thursday from the Mercy hos- pital where she underwent an ap- pendecomy recently. Lucille Swartzendruher painful- ly injured her hand when it was caught between the rollers on the wringer while washing last Mon- day. Friday evening supper guests with Mrs. Alice Eimen were Liz- zie Hoehatetler, Mrs. Katie Stutz- man, Mrs. Ella Plank and Antion- ette Fisher. 500 Attend Farmers Day At Kalona Oil Company An estimated crowd of 500 far- mers were guests of the Kalona Oil Company at their ann~al "Farmers Day" last Thursday. This event has grown in po'pular- ity each year and all those who attend report that it is a day well spent with their neighbors and friends. A free lunch was served at noon consisting of sandwiches, pie and coffee. The amount of food pre- pared and consumed last Thurs- day was: 16 pounds of coffee, 500 pies; 500 buns, 18 loaves of bread, 40 pounds of cheese, 80 pounds of weiners, 3 gallon of pickles, 350 candy bars and 700 sacks of pop corn. Representatives of Globe Refin- ing Company, Tydewater Oil Co., and Case Manufacturing Co. gave talks during the day, they being introduced by Ben M. Miller chair- man of the day. Another inter- esting feature was the fine dis- play of machinery and oil pro- ducts sold by the Kalona Oil Co. A number of prize awards were given away and those who receiv- ed these were 5 " gallon motor oil, John S. Yoder; 10 lbs. grease, Bernard Heyer; 5-lb. axle grease, F. J. Bontrager; 1 qt. motor oil, Henry H. Hochstotler; 1 qt. motor oil, Fred Stumpf; 1 qt. motor oil, Lewis Hoehstedler; 1 lb. peanuts, Merle Venzke; visor, Sol J. Mil- ler; flashlight, Melvin Miller; scent a car, Ervin A..Miller; oil can, Sam Overholt; grease gun, Milt J. Brenneman; 5 qt. motor oil, Amos Grout; 1 qt. motor oil, Dan G. Gingerich; 1 qt. motor oil, Raymond Hasty; oil filter, Thos. I. Kauffman; flashlight, Sherman Miller; 1 lb. peanuts, Alvin Hoch- stetler; .belt dressing, Sam W. I{ershberger; can .household oil, B. J. Conklin; 5 gal. gasoline, A. M. Beachy; 1 qt. n~otor oil, Moses Beachy; 1 qt. motor oil, John C. I~ender; Grand prize 2-section harrow, Wilbur W. Yoder. Glen Miller and Roy Miller each received 5 gallon of motor oil in a guessing contest. The correct number being 2290 beans. ELF_~"F NEW LIBRARIAN Katie Ropp was elected librar- ian of the Kalona Public library at a special meeting of the beard of control Wednesday afternoon. Miss Ropp will fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Mrs. Melvin Saforek. The president, Mrs. E. J. Hes- 3selschwerdt had charge of ~ne business meeting during which several questions of importance were acted upon. Other officers and board members included Mrs. Ed Kern, secy.-treas.; and Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Beck~ V. D. Hoch- stetler, Logan Reif and Mary Hofer. 0 Mrs. Thursa Grady is visiting this week in the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Grady in Van Horn. NUMBER 22 BECK AND VODICKA IIEAD FOR VICTORY" CAMPAIGN Father-Son Banquet To Be Held Monday The annual Father-Son banquet will be held at the Community building Monday evening, March 30th. Richard MeCleery, chairman of the county draft board, of Wash- ington will give a talk, the sub-i ject of which is "What is in a Name". Rev. S. C. Peterson will give the welcome talk for the fathers and Eugene Hochstetler will give the response. A fine program has been planned which will include m~sical numbers and other features. If you have not been contacted by the committee for a ticket they may be obtained by 'calling Dr. Hender or Ferd Skola by Satur- day noon March 28. 3. G. Marner Taken In Death Saturday Morning Jacob G. Marner, 71, died at his home Saturday morning, March 21 following a cerebral homor- rhage. Jacob G. son of Gideon and Elizabeth Lehman, Marner was born near Sharon Center, on De- cember 31, 1870. He was a life long resident of Johnson county. In his yeuth he united with the the Amish Mennonite church, re- maining faithful until the end.He had an earnest desire to attend services wherever his health per- mitred. On November 20, 1894 he was united in marriage with Elizabeth Brenneman, living in matrimony a little more than forty-seven years. To this union were born ~ven children, five sons and two daughters. They are: Roy and Mrs. Murrie Miller of Wellman, Chriss, Omar, Walter and Mrs. Ed Hershberger of Kalona and Ralph who passed away in 1921. He leaves to mourn his passing his sorrowing widow, six children, fifteen grand children and four brothers: Isaac of Wellman, Gid- eon and Eli of Parnell and Elmer of Kalona, also one sister, Alice o~ Kalona, besides many other relatives and friends. He was preeeeded in death by one son Ralph, two grandchildren and two sisters, Susan and Lena, and one brother Jonathan. Mr. Morner enjoyed good health man although not exerting these efforts all for himself but mani- festing a spirit of helpfulness to many neighbors. He gladly and cheerfully fended a willing hand to folks who were in need of help, thereby winning for himself many friends. Mr. Morner enjoyed god health until about nine years ago. Since then has has been afflicted with heart trouble and asthma. How- ever he was in his usual health until Saturday morning. ~he call was sudden, the shock severe We little thought his death nea~ And only those who've lost can tell The pain of a passing without farewell." F~neral services were held, March 23, at the Lower Deer Creek church conducted by John Y. Swartzendruber and D. D. Mil- ler. REGISTRATION NUMBERS It has been impossible for us to obtain the official order numbers for registrants who were included in the last draft registration but it is hoped that these may be sec- ured and published soon. o Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Peterseim ~sited their da~ghtor Helen ~t Davenport last Tuesday. Helen has accepted a new position with the Light and Power Co. at Rock Island, Ill., Hazel Shenk returned home Wednesday from the Mercy hes- pial at Iowa City where she ~n- derwent an appendectomy last Friday. Pvt. John Bigelow of Camp Polk, Louisana is passing a 10 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mr~ H. J. Bi4gmlow. H. V. Beck of Kalona and Stan- ley Vodicka of Richmond have ben appointed chairmen for the "Salvage for Victory" Board for their r~spe~ive communities for the duration of the emergency, as was announced by Karle F. Lgbe chairman of Washington County Salvage Board this week. The job for these men is to organize their locality in small groups, so that the gathering of scrap metal, ~ubber, rags, paper, aluminum, tin pans, brass, cop- per and all other salvage mater- ial, needed in war production, can be speeded up and done ~rly and efficien,tly. The appointments for the coun- ty are as follows: Kalona H. V. Beck English River Twp. Stanley Vodicka Richmond, Stanley Vodicka Washington--Cloid Willits Wellman, Victor Rarnpelberg Riverside, Charley Karel West Chester, Art Rigenhagen Haskins, J. D. McCarthey Ainsworth, Charles Jenki~ Rubio, A. J. Steinbeck Brighton, Homer Brown Coppock, Roy W. Davisen Noble Otto W. Frsy Craw~ordsville, W. H. He,as It is very essential that every one cooperate in this movement, as no one prolmbly realizes the seriousness of the shortage ~f raw material, which must be re~ placed by scrap. There are shut downs now, in our war prod~- tions on accoan~t of shortage of scrap iron, copper and bramL Paper, one of the articles we get the most of regularly, is Just as essential. By all means do ~ot destroy it, save the paper and hold it until someone can call and get it, and in the mean time go into your attic and basement and clean out the material you do not need, that can't be used other- wise, and dispose of it. Sell this to some dealer or buyer or give it to some organization. In these store rooms you will find old broken beds, metal pic- ture frames, brass curtain rods, metal pots, brass spitoons, clocks, lawn mowers, broken sewing ma- chines, stove pip~, stoves of all Idnds, broken tools and namerens other articles that are broken or worn beyond repair. The farmers have their chance to help by selling all this material. On ~he farm, machinery ahould he stripped o~ all usable parts, s~eh as bolts and strap iron that can be used for repair work. O ALL KFeWASH TKAMS NAMED The all Ke-Wash basketball and football teams were chosen at a meeting held by coaches and sup- erintendents this week, ~ are as follows: Basketball-- F--McNurlen~Rtchland F--Swartzendruber--Wellman C--Tucker--Riehland G--A. Gammon--Keota G--R. Yode~--Kalena G--C. Ste~b~k--Ricb~md C--- Saforek--Katona C--Mourer--Rlchland Foetlmll-- First Team: E--~MeNurlen--Rlehland E---~ourer---Richland T---Cady~Keot~ T~AUev--Keota G--Southwiek--Kalona G--H. Mfller--Wellman C--Hadley~Riehland RHEA. Gammon Keots LH~-C. Steinbeek--Rtehland FB--Schrekengast--Keota QB--K. $telnbeek--]P~chllmd. Second Team: ~--Hochstetler--Kalon~ E--M. Yeder--Wellman T~Weleher--Wellnum T--Grecian--West Chester G--Tambert--Riehland G--Lake--Rlehisnd C--WefldHen--Wellman LH~Yoder--Kalona FB--Moothart--Wellman QB.-Pearson--W. Chester Mr~ Jonas S. Yoder, who un- derwent an operation recently at an Iowa City hospital was bro~ht to the home of her par- ent~ Mr. and Mm. Edd ZoolL