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RAY BEACHY KALONA S. C. WARE, M. D. PHYSICIAN -- SURGEON Office Phono 7~ Kalon~ Iowa II II III WHEN YOU NEBD-- CUSTOM WORK Corn Shelling, oCombin- ing, Piek-u.p Baling, Stat- ionary Baling, Plowing, Dhudng, Dise Sharpening CALL WELLMAN 2 on 9 Amd TOO wm R~.eive Prompt And Rdid~ ROY L. YODER II [ I J. L. FRY, M. D. PHYSICIAN -- SURGEON Offke Phone 80 Kalona, Iowa I J. R. Swartzendruber DBNTI~ Phone @7 -- Kalou Geo. V. Fry Auctioneer THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1942 Skola Insurance Ag~.acy F~mwz Ray. Bank BIds. KAbONA, IOWA DIAMONDS--KILVERWARE WEDDING RINGS--WATCHES EY]~ EXAMINED Aay L~s Dupll~ted WATCH RBPJdRING I de an our own Dbmord Mounttnz in our ~. 220 East Wash. St. IOWA C~-Y, IOWA at THE METHODIST CHURCH Stuart C. Petorson. Pastor Just in the Middle Girt" and Jim- Morning worship service a my Snyder gave a stor~ about r~- 9:4 A. M. basso. All those present took part in flag quiz taken ~om t~ study course. Mrs. Rufus Gingerich read two ateries from the book "My Palace" which was enjoyed by everyone. The L. T. L's have started work on their national project "Safety Helpers". Following the program, ~Lre. C. G. Tilden aasisted Mrs. Beck in serving deli~otm refreshmenta to the group. Those present were: Jimmy and Barbexa Snydar, Nadine and Viv- ian Hochstetler, JoAnn and Car- la Benell, Harriet and Richard Beck, Ermg Jeaa Alt, Antionette Fisher, Paul Swaxtzendrnber, Roger Peterson, IAllian and Hilda Petrie- Maxlene, Catharine and Junior Edwards, Loia Rae Moom- ey, Clara Speas, Donna Stark, David Hender, Mrs. P~fus Gin- gerich and Mary E. Hofer. Mrs. Michum Entertains Club The Alpha club was entertain- ed at the home of Mrs. J. S. Sunday school service at 10:45. Lenten Vesper service at 7:30 P. M. on Wednesday. This will he the last of the Lenten services and a special Holy Communion service has been arranged. We hope that all our me~bers and friends will be present. We also call special attention to the Good Friday service found elsewhere in the church noticeL The Methodist Youth Fellow- ship will meet at this church at 7 o'clock Sunday evening. Union Prayer service will be held at the home of Mary Hofer next Wednesday at 9:30:A. M. CHURCH OF CHRIST Bible School at 9:445 A. M~ Communion at 10:46 A. M. ......................... - - - HOLY- TR~I~- -CHuRcH - - Richmond, Iowa Rev. W. F. Boeekmana, Pastor Sunday--Flint Mm 8 o'clock Second Man 10 o'clock Lenten Devotions-- Michum Monday afternoon. Mrs. Friday evening, Stations of the Weller Snyder had charge of Cross and Benodietion, 8:00 P.M. the program, based on the Read- Holy Days---Mass 6 and 8 a. m. ere Digest ot~tllne, "America As- Sunday evening 7:80 --Rosary sesse8 the War",; Mrs. Ada Hillis sermon, benedietiom It. A. HENDER, D. C. CHIROPRACTOR N~ ud ~r-Ray Phone ~ Kalom~ la. III II ' ctub Monday evening in the home T. REAGAN ADAMS o~ Mn. Willis Ginge~ch Rook wasp-layed at two tables and prises were given to Mrs. Lyie Fry, Adelaide Swart~endruber and Mrs. Victor Ritz, after which delicious ~freshment were serv- ed by the hostess. A gift was presented to Mrs Saforek who will lea~e the first of April for Seattle, Washington where she and her husband will establish their new home. The clu~ members included Vir- gini& Peterseim, Thelma Spreack. er, Vera Strickler, Adelaide Swartsendruber, Mrs. Willis Gin- gerieh, Mrs. Lyle Fry, Mrs. Vic- tor Ritz and the hostess. ENTERTAINED Mr. and Mrs. Ben Boone Mr. and Mrs. F&y Boone enter- -FUIKS- .hioh included the following guests: Mr. &nd Mrs. C. C. Ires, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Drollinger, Mr. and ,Mrs. Ors Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Speas, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fish- er, Mrs. H. A. Swart~end~ber, Melvin Jackson and Elmer Mar- net. Rook was played at five tables and prizes for high score were won bY Mrs. Swartrsmdrnber and Mr. Ires; tl~&veling prise, Mrs. FRYTOWN CHRISTIAN CHURCH 10 a. L Su~l~ mhooL 11 a. n~ Communion'service. SHARON CENTER EVANGELICAL CHURCH G. I. Alde~mm, pastw Chinch School at 10 A. M. Worship service at 11 A. M. Evangelical Lev~D~ 8 P. M. Choir pract.~ce Thursday night at 8 o'clock. SHARON METHODIST CHURCH Stuart C. Petmmm, Pastor Notice of Serviess for Holy Week and Easter: The Holy Communion service will be held at the Sharon church on Thursday evening of Holy Week. We urge all members and friends to set this time aside from all other interests and activities so they can be present at this serviee. Easter Services will be held on Easter Sunday morning at the usual hour of 8:45 at which time any desiring baptism or reception into the church will be received. Our ~unday school will resume its rsg~lar meetings on Easter Sunday, so come prepared to stay for the Sunday school also. BAFrIST CHURCH Ads Marie HiUis, Mini~tar 9:45 Bible school. This will be Missionary Sunday. 10:40 Morning worship "Our never failing witness for Christ through the ohatrch" will be the sermon theme. Friday, April 8 Special Union service in the Christian church. The Easter morning eervi~e will be given by the Young People. The Easter evening service will feature special Easter nmsie, an Easter message, and a candlelight Communion service. 0 Union Good Friday Service The churches of Kalona will reviewed, "What We Didn't Know About Russia"; Mrs. Ivan Aft, "Germany's Europe"; Mxs. I. E. Grady, "Our Commander-in-Chief" and Mrs. Snyder gave "Air Pow- er, Our Key to Victory". A dis- cussion followed. T~aose present were Mesdames B. F. Allen, Ivan Alt, H. V. Heck leo Grady, D. J. Guengerieh, P~ A. Header, Ads Hiliis, S. C. Pet- erson, ~. J. Heselschwerdt, V. D. Hochstetier, J. F. O'Loughlin, H. V Snodgrass, J. R. Swart~ndvu- ber and S. C. Ware. O M]~S: SAFOREK ]~TERTAINS Mrs. Melvin SafoTek entertain- ed the members of the A. B. C. Droll~nger; and low score prizes hold a Good Friday service in the were given to Mrs, Fisher and Christian church and a cordial in- Melvin Jackson. ' O The Kalona News C. C. 8HIMON, Publbher Publt~ed Th~ at $~.~ per year. Established in 1891 Offlda] Paper Kalona City Entered at the Post Office of Kalona, Iowa, for transmission through the mails every Thursday as seeond class mail matt~ under act of Congress of March 8, 18'/9. NATIONA_ L (DITORIAL.- vitation is extended to everyone. The servioe will begin at 2:15 with a 15 minute period of quiet mamic. T~is period is for per- sonal prayer and meditation. Miss Mary L. Kennedy will serve as pianist and Mrs. Ferd E. Skola will direct the chorus of young people who will lead in the sing- ing of the hymns. The pastors of the local churches will lead in the mediations upon "The Seven Say- ings of Christ UPon The Cross". C CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my apprec- iation to my friends for the many cards, letters and flowers I re- ceived while in the hospital. They were greatly appreciated and will long ~e remembered. Mrs. Jonas ~ Yoder M. N. ADAMS RBAL EffFATE--FARM LOANS ADVERTISING RATES Local Display Contrset Rate per inch ......................... 25c ABSTRA(~S Hostetlern nry"a'e'-e-- Lo.is, perline .................... 10c Phone 2T8 Kalona, Is. Clarified Ads, 5c per line Notary Public In Office Phone 159 Kalona Minimum pri~ ._..'_ ............... 2~ , ,,, , Alfalfa $11~5; Clover $9.00, Bh~e Tag; Edgedrop Hybrid Corn $2.657 all per bushel. Also many other ~bargains. Postal card us today for catalogue and samples. Hall Roberts' Son, Postville, Ia.22 FOR RENT--6 room house and other out buildings, including gar- den and truck patch. South of Kalona. Ira O. Miller, Kalona, Rt. 8. 18t~e KAU~FMAN & COMPANY Quality C/dck Starter--Over 1400 bag~ sold last year. J. S. KAUFFMAN & CO. Phone 150 Kalona ,~'--, FARM SEEDS Home grown Mammoth, Medium Red and Alsike Clover and Timothy seed. Also Idaho Medium red clover. Montana, Wyom- ing and home grown Alf- alfa seed. Durham spring wheat, Rape, Sudan Grass. Hawkeye Hi-bred Seed Corn Soy Beaus. Several different varieties of seed oats. All kinds of Farm Seeds EMERY M. YODER JOETOWN SEED STORE ATTENTION FARMERSI Portable Grinding and Molasses Mixing J. & KAUFFMAN & CO. Phone 150 Kalmm FOR SALE-~Turkey equipment; 4-wheel trailer and 70 gallon hog fountains. Mrs. Delila Litwilier, phone Kalona 272. e24 FOR SALE---4 good Tamworth girts, open. Come ~before 9 A. M. Win. C. Hetmuth, I-2 mile west of Frytown. 21tf. FOR SALE--Pure bred Poland China sows with pigs, first and second litters: Eli Yutzy, phone Kalona 13 onl 02. p22 FOR SALE---Medium Red Clover seed. Pttrity test 99 plus. Jeff G. Gingerich, Kalona phone 20 on 138 c23 DEAD STOCK REMOVED J~mt call the Phillip's 66 Stat~ ion, Kalona, for prompt service. ~! Wingler, Riverside COLLECTION~ WANTED We collect note., judgments, and all itenm of indebtedness, or no charge. Can handle anywhere. Want nothing but legitimate dahM. Best of reference~ R.C. Valentine* Co, Light Company Bldg, Marshalltown, Iowa. 10t~c Local News Mr. and Mrs. ~. W. Burkholder and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zill- mer and family were Sunday din- her guests with Ida Miller. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fisher and son called at the Albert Novy home Stmday evening. Mrs. J. J. Speas, Mrs. J. H. Speas and Mrs. Roy Hochstetler visited Mrs, L. R. Lemley and Mrs. Ellen Marsh Monday after- noon. Anna Kolosiek visited in the Roscoe Kolosiek home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ober Niffenegger and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ritz were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arlis Niffenegger. Mr. and ~Mrs. I. J. Kelley and Mr. and Mrs. Lsmont Kelley and Mary :Ellen spent Saturday in Iowa City. Guests at an all day quilting with Mrs. Ora Hochstetler last Thursday were Mrs. John Steltz- ~us and Elvera, Mrs. Ben Hoch- stetler and Ila and Mrs. E. B. Hoclmtetler, Lizzie and Edna. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Miller and family were dinner guests Sunday in the Raymond Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Knepp, Richard and Verlene and M~s. Alice Eimen spent Sunday even- ing at the Sam Slabaugh home north of Wellman. FOR SALE--McCormick mower; John Deers cultivator; Rock Island harrow; P and O sulky plow. Ger- ald Dettwiler, phone Wellman 1 on 15. p22 FOR SALE---Little Red and Mam- moth clover seed. Chris I. Hel- muth, Kalona. p22 FOR SALE--Timothy seed, and sweet clover seed. Claude Sojka, Riverside.p23 NOTICE -- Hostetler's Hatchery will be closed all day on Good Friday, April ~. c22 F~)UND---A tire and rim. Owner may have by identifying same and paying for this ad. Lin~s Pat- tereon. \ c22 FOR SALE--Cobbler and Early Ohio seed potatoes. Harry Stra- bala. p22 PORTABLE GRINDIING Prompt efficient s~rvice. Phone 257, Kalona. MAYNARD C. REBER e52 FOR SALE--Heath's 939 hybrid seed corn at Hochstetler's Feed Store. c26 FOR SALE -- Jersey-Guernsey cow. Just fresh. Good heavy milk- er. Donald Tents, Kaiona. c22 FOR SALE---two coming i and 2 year sorrel colts; 7-ft. John Deers tractor tandem disc; Model A. John Deere tractor; several good used man~re spreaders. Kalona Oil Co., c22 FOR SALE--Poland Ohina boars and gilts. Vaccinated. Guaranteed breeders. Boyd Erode, Wellman. p24 FOR S~Pure bred Jersey White Giant hatching eggs. Win. Duwa, phone Kaiona 03 on 147. c24 FOR SALE---Extra good quality Duroc :September boars and gilts. Purebred and vaccinated. Oran Birkey, Wellman. c~ FOR SALE -- 4 dining room chairs with leather seats. Her- man ~ucker, phone Kaiona 124. DFJAD ANIMALS REMOVED Just call Tom Karr and he will look after them for you. Pho~ e on 36, Wellman. FOR SAI~--Cbrn ~bdder with corn in the shock. Noah M. Yo- der. p22 FOR SALE---P~rebred Berkshire boar, II months old. John T. Win- born, phone Sharon. e~ FARMERS--Conserve steel for National Defeus~ -- have your worn plow shares and planter rmmers re-edged as good u new. Also disc sharpening, l~h- er Blacksmith Shop, Kalona. 19t~. FOR RENT -- Partly modern house 4 miles north and 4 miles west of Kalona. J. N. Yut~T, phone Wellman. p22 Local News Dinner ~uest~ ~unday in the Joe Kauffman home near Iowa City were ,Mr. and Mrs. Jay Boi- ler and Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Hoctmtetler and Manford, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Miller and James, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Knepp Richard and Verie~e. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Boone and son and Mr. ~nd Mrs. Joe: Fisher and son were callers at the par- ental Geo. Maxwell home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Linus Patterson and son Jimmy, and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Speas were ~Sunday evening visitors at the Edd T. Zook home. Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Strickler and Marilyn were supper guests Sunday evening in the Jack C~en- gerich home. Mrs. Charlotte Dunlap and Glee and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dunlap of Washington visited Mrs. Ma- tilda Williamson and Mrs. Bessie Adams in Iowa City Sunday. Supper guests Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sore- mers were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Fry and Kirk. Mr. s, nd Mrs. S. W. Yeder spent Saturda~ morning in Iowa City. Mrs. Dale Yoder spent Monday with her mother, Mrs. D. J. Fish- er. Mr. and Mrs. John Benell were supper g~tests Sunday evening with the Paul Eenell family. Richmond Mrs. A.J. Schillig and Philip of Iowa City were supper guests at the Frank Lintz home Sunday. Evening callers were Mrs. A. Escher, Richard, Martha, Mrs. A. Redeker and Jean Delaney, Emil Stalder had cattle trucked to Chicago Sunday. He went with them and returned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Miller and James were Sunday, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe K~uffman. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Shalla and family and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Las- ek spent Sunday at Harry Jirsa's. A dinner honoring Mrs. Robert Welte and Richard, their birth- days being on the same day, was held ~Sunday. C~ests were Mrs. Frank Welte, Fred Shalla and family of Brighton and Chas Ehl and daughter of Moline. Lucile Strabala returned Sun- day evening to her work at West Liberty. Home Ernest of Wayland called at the Emil Stalder home Mon- day evening. Ernest Fisher and family of Iowa City called on his mother Sunday afternon. Mrs. Fisher re- turned to Iowa City with them for a few days visit. Norman Kallous of Davenport spent the week end at his home here. Norma. TeBockhorst of Daven- port visited at the parental Leo TeBockhotst home over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Gerot and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kron and son called at the Frank Lintz home Sunday afternoon. Familiar sights and sounds the past few days along the country reads are the tractor, seeder, stalk outters and plows, busy with the start of spring work. Spring seemed to come with a bang af- ter a week of rain and chill winds We are glad to see it and hope it stays. Sh0wer For Mrs. Yoder Mrs. Orvel Yoder who was mar- rind recently was honored at a shower Tuesday. A pOt !~ck ella- net was served at noon and the day was spent quilting. Mrs. Yo- der was presented many beautiful and useful gifts. Those present were Mrs. Will Gingerich, Mrs. Wallace Ginge. rich, Mrs. Frank Genge and Mary Jane, Mrs. Aaron Hochstetler and Sanford, Mrs. A. A. Yoder and Ellen, ~rs. Chris Troyer and Carolyn, Martha Swartzendruber, Mrs. Maynard Brenneman and Curtis, Mrs. Johw Y. Swart~endru- beT, Mrs. Elmer Lineaman, Mrs. Chester Miller and Ro~er, Mrs. Glen Yoder and Glenn Richard, Mrs. Wayne Yoder, Mrs. Emery Yoder and the honoree, Mrs. Or- vai Yoder. Mr, and Mrs. C. and Joe F. were dinne: yues~ Rev. Simon Wayland, Sunday dinner nus Patterson Mrs. J.J. Roy Hochstetler Chris Yotty. Edith Yoder man were dinner W. D. Mrs. Laura Hillsboro last visit with L. R. Feldman Bailey home Mr. and M~. dinner guests Omar man, CHI T White Rock, White tested ed, straight Have on hand White Rock Hampshire ---Also a --for poultry --reals--call for Come in and and feed Raise yeur yNr. it: you pl~t I~,d ~ b~ dette~ TOO! S.E. "Steve ~ lad ~ little acc/den~, m~'~ dd~J~ maybe we'~e ~o j~n the co/or MORAL: Don% depend on ~mt that wall color you want. ~et exactly the color you desire beauties" in the big DEVOE BOOK. All colors ~x~.mixed NO mes~ NO guess, NO bother! ~oN~z, too). Wl CARltr A OMeLET| LINE OF HOSTETI R & PHONE 60'