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: Salem Day In Kalona here who spent the ~M THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, I~IARCH 26, 1942 49 Pound Sack $1.95 24 Pound Sack $1.02 Kalona day in Kalona last Thursday as guests of the Kalona Oil Company report a most enjoyable day. Farmers are always interested in a display of new machinery. An exoellent lunch was served at noon and everyone enjoyed the program. Between times there was a chance to visit with friends and neighbors ,one of the best kind of entertainment one can have. Our men said, "Ev- eryone is so friendly in Kalona". Mrs. Christine Troyer has many friends in this community who ex- tend their sympathy to her in the i loss of her mother, Mrs. Brenen- man. Mr. and Mrs. John Shalla St, and Emma Bopp were callers at the Charles Marek home Sunday. Monday there were signs all around that spring farm work will soon be in f~ull swing. George Zeck and Clarence Goff were fanning seed oats at the Goff home. Ernest Strum and Charles Marek were fanning oats and Roy Carter was discing oats ground while Roy Krotz raked and burned bean stubbles. Stanley Chabei is working at the Roy Carter home and Vernon Weeks has been helping Harold and Ernest Strum. Tuesday morning, March 24, Wayne Zeck with James Zeck helping, began to sow oats. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Weeks and the girls visited at the Merle Eckles home Sunday. Mrs. Lar- sen, mother of Mrs. Weeks, who is staying at the Eekels home remains about the same. She feels quite well in general but can't walk around. O SPECIALS THIS WEEK PEAS ..... pkg. 21c Eye Frozen Foods Proceedings of Washington Co. Board Supervisors {}STRAWBERRIES __ 23c FISH FISH FISH BEANS .... No. 2 tin .... 3 for__25c .... Tomato soup __3 for 22c 3 ....... No. 2 tin .... 25c and BEANS ...... tall tins ...... 10c L tall tins 17c C. F .....Tall Tins ...... 3 for__25c C.F. 3 for .... 25c OWN per pkg. 25c large package ......29c 65c ............ 3 lb. tin OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES GROCERY PHONE 106 31, last day to installment of taxes due without penalty." MARION S. GEORGE, County Treasurer FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1942 The Board met Pursuant to the call of the Chairman. All mem- bers were present. As advertised, bids were open- ed and read for liquid asphalt sur- facing, water, stone chips, excava- tion, concrete reinforcing steel and concrete pipe, and the fol- lowing contracts awarded: To So- cony-Vaom~m Oil Company of Kansas City, Missouri, for fur- nishing liquid asphalt surfacing in the amount of $52,888.50; to Chzistensen Bros., Sioux City, Iowa, for excavation, concrete, re- inforcing steel and concrete pip~ in the su roof $22,048.82. All bids for application of liquid asphalt surfacing, water and stone chips were rejected. On motion by Supervisor Mor- row, seconded by Supervisor Ru- dolph, resolution was adopted in- structing the A~iitor to publish "Notice to Bidders" for applica- tion of liquid asphalt surfacing, water and stone chips, setting the time at 1:30 P. !M. on April 17, 1942, as the time for opening bids. On motion by S~pervisor Ru- dolph, seconded by Supervisor Morrow, the sale of real estate in Brighton Corp. To John W. Jones was approved. On motion by Supervisor Ru- dolph, seconded by Supervisor Morrow, homestead application No. 1707~h and 2010 for the year 1941 were approved. On motion by Supervisor Mor- row, seconded by Supervisor Ru- dobph, meeting adjotumed sine, die. H. P. WILSON, Chairman, Board of Supervisors Attest: STAN KIESEY, Clerk, Board of Supervisors. v Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Swartsen- NOTES FROM CENTER SCHOOL Editor .......... Merle Fleming Asst. Editor -. Irene Brenneman Reporters .... Bernard Hershber- gel', Ruby Kinsinger ACTIVITIES .-Seeds Seeds Clover, Alfalfa, Timothy, Lespeadeza, Rye etc. The Junior-Senior play has been chosen. The title is "W~ere There's A Will". The cast will consist of seven women and six linen. The date of the play has l been set for May 7 and 8. The Centerika sales which opened last week proved to be quite lopsided so far. John's side is leading the race with one hun- dred forty sold while gill's side has sold only sixty-nine. Beulah Dickel has the most individual sales with thirty-five. However, Mr. Swartzendruber said that the final returns are the ones that count. The juniors have been having several secret meetings lately. Could they have anything to do with the banquet? At least the date for the banquet has been set. It will be April 28. CLASSROOM NOTES Instead of having history class Friday the juniors wrote the class prophecy and class will. The world history class has constructed and is now filling out a time chart. The students find it helpful in showing time rela- tionships of the various events in different countries. The physics class recently had a wonderful test on induced elec- tromotive forces. tester and Bill are evidently very fond of each other. Anyway they were holding '.hands in eco- nomics Thursday. As a result of this and a few other things Bill was asked to go to the home economics room. The writer of this column is wondering why someone doesn't crawl under the library table or something equally unwsual so we will have some striking news to publish. REALLY ? Can you play ping-pong, With Kenny at your side, Chuckling at your mishaps, And bearing down your pride? Really ? That's fine! Can you recite in history class, With Reoben laughing near, When you don't know what the question was, And to ask again you fear? Really ? How finel Can you smile through geometry, And pretend that it's all fun, While you know that when the checking's o'er, You'll have missed every one? Really ? You're brave! Can you keep your face innocent When Jacob meets your eye, druber and Adelaide and Frank And sees it filled with laughter, Swartzendruber spent Sunday af- And asks the reason why? ternoon in Mruscatine.Really? How fine! Can you listen to Dale's f~nny stories, With your face straight and stark Instead of bursting our laughing. To lower your deportment mark Really That's swell!, Garden Seeds In Bulk ANY AMOUNT 5c OR OVER Lawn Seeds White Clover, Red Top, Chewing Fescue, Bent Grass Lawn Fertilizers Vigoro, S~eep Manure, Peat Moss, etc. TAKE ORDERS FOR NURSERY STOCK 6 SEED "SEEDS THAT OROW" Street Phone 6501 STORE Iowa City WHITE ROCK, day old__llc BUFF ROCK, day old___lle WHITE LEG. day old___10c CUSTOM HATCHING 3e Silent Sioux Brooder Stoves Fountains and Feeders Chick Starter at $3.40 per bag Settings on Moll. and Thurs. @ Hostetler Hatchery. KALONA PHONE 159 WEAK ARCHES Unbalance Your Posture Foot troubles, weak or fallen arches, cause ~ not c~ly In tlm feet and legs but in the body ako. You am re~o~e their ~ofb~we'r~ar~'t,~ Dr. Scholl's BALANCED POSTURE ARCH SUPPORTS Individually fitted; fit comfit- Pilotburg Today, Monday, several began diseing for oats sowing and ff good weather continues everyone will begin. Wayne Stransky purchased more gravel for his driveway and it was delivered Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Orva Scott had their children ~honu~ Sunday in- cl.uding, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Scott and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klopenstein and children. Mr. and Mrs. Will Roberts and two sons Carl and Dale of near Ainsworth visited at the paren- tal Frank Leeper home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. tester Looper and sons also visited there. Mrs. Amelia Gerot of Riverside and :Mrs. Glen Eldridge of Wash- ington visited at the Frank Stransky home ~unday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoover are the parents of a new daughter born last Friday at the Washing- ton hospital. She expects to come ~home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne SCra~sky and Larry ate dinner at the par- ental AlJbert Stransky home Sun- day. The Pilotburg Sunday school Frank Pierce I Lew Hendricks was taken to the Mercy hospital in Iowa City on Friday of last week where he ~nderwent a major operation for osteomyelitis in his left arm be- tween the elbow and shoulder. Several from this vicinity and neighborhood attended the funer- al services of Jake Marner at the Lower Deer Creek church Monday. afternoon. The Ladies Beneficial Society will meet with Mrs. H. J. Fry on Thursday" afternoon, April 2. Mrs. iS. S. Stoner and Mrs. Frank Fry left for Cleveland, New York on Wednesday of last week where they attended the f~neral of Mrs. Stoner's brother, Ed Pal- mer. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fleming% Eunice, Merle and Shirley visit- ed at the Ray Hammer home near Oxford Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Nelson Taylor of Oxford visited at the parental are planning a program for Eas- ter Sunday. [ Leota Davisson will be the new teacher at the Pilotburg schooll~1 next fall. It will be her first] school, i Stanley Vodicka visited at Mar-[ ion Stransky's Stmday afternoon. I Mr. and Mrs. Allison Maas and 1" A ~ L ~ 1" S Harold visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Maas Sunday. There are a few who have some chicks at this O- W. IL C. Me~v Nine members were present at the regular meeting of the W. R. C. last Friday afternoon at the 1. O. O.F. halL The following relief relmrt was given: 43 sick calla, $6 in cloth- ing given away, SX in food and 59 hours o work for the Red Gross. 2~he corp voted to give $1 to the G. A. R. fund amd also he ~me amount to tahe acholar~l~ loa4t f~nd. O Saturday evening guests in the W. D. Brenneman home were Mr. and Mrs. M. F_~ Yoder and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Headh~gs and family of Wellman. Mr. and Mrs. Ra~.mond Beamll and Colleen and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bailey went to bledrick S~mday where they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Donald BeneU and family. Can you listen to Mrs. Smith cheer fully, When you've a question asked of her, And by the time she's finished talking, You don't know what you asked her for? Really ? You're a living wonderl H you can stand Reuben's teas- lag, Or Dale's tales galore, If yot~ can behave in school time, Instead of making teachers sore If you can stand grandma's jabber, And get your geometry right, If you can get a tennis game aJ~- time. We'll say you're all rightl Mary Jane B~rns CENTER GRADE NEWS The second ~ is ~g some bird boo~e~ Maril~ has been absent this week. The first gradq pupils have fin- ished l~heir News on Readers. We spend considerable time Fri- day afternoon washing windows. WATER J F. 0'Loughlin Mrs N. M. Taylor home last Sun- day. g Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fry of Iowa City were Sunday evening callers at H. J. Fry's. Elman Bontrager spent Sunday at the parental M. S. Bontrager home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beard were business callers in Iowa City Mon- day. George Kreth was trimming grape vines for Frank MeKray Monday. Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Fry visited with Lew Hendricks and Mrs. A. J. Butterbaugh at the Mercy hos- pital in Iowa City last Saturday afternoon. THEATRE WELLMAN - IOWA FRL & SAT. double bill -_Bill Elliott & Tex Ritter in_. Lone Star Vigilantes The Gay Falcon Gee. Sanders - Wendy Barrie SUN--MON BETTE DAVIS in THE LITTE FOXES with' Herbert Marshall ]~ot yeats LOW~ BROTHERS M]LLO-GLO~I has been the firss choice for semi-sloss beauty in shousands of homes, schools, and hospitals throughout the smflon~ Yet, today's modern MELLO.GLOSS is better than ever--the product of tll~dus research and countless im- ~odVSments by Lowe Brothers technical laboratories. First ~or modern style and washable M]ff~LO-GLO$$ brings, over- nlgh~ t fruh, .adny hs~ m csillngs and woodwork. 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