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.......... ,, THE Y~U~ONA NL'W8, T~UI~SDAY, April 5, 1962 "One of these days some- body's going to come up with a book on 'How to Get Out of Doing It Yourself.' He'll make a fortune/'~Lee Bat- c~elor, Sauk Rapids (Minn.) Herald. An atheist cannot find God for the same reason a thief cannot find a policeman. "An area merchant mailed a copy of the Star to his wife on a Florida vacation with an item clipped out. Now she's coming right home."~Donald S. Fellows, Catskill (N. Y.) Mountain Star. Don't smoke in bed. The ashes that fall on the floor may be your own. Wh /rlp o o l Washer and kyer Pa/r CHURCH NOTES SUNDAY, ~a.PRIL 8, 1962 LOWER DEER CREEK MENNONITE John Y. Swartzendruber, Bishop Robert Yoder, Minister Dean Swavtzendruber, Minfster 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Church Service 7:30 p.m. Evening Service Wednesday, evening mid-week service. SHARON RVANGBIACAL UNITED BRETHREN tIoward Marty, Putor 9:~0 Sunday School 10:30 Divine Worship Ray. Tom Harlan, preaching 1:00 Visitation by Class 9 I UNITED CHURCH TO BE I"HOUSE OF PRAYER" [' On Thursday, April 12, the ]United Christian and Baptis~ 1church will become a "House, of Prayer." The congrega- tion is participating in the 1962 chain of prayer, which is a January 1st to Easter evan- gelistic emphasis. Mrs. Ivan Alt is chairman of the day. The twenty-four hour vigil will begin at 12:00 a.m. on the 12th ,and members will be in ~prayer and meditation for half-hour periods until 11:59 p.m. Other members and friends may come for prayer HARDWOOD FLOOR CARE Proper care of hardwood floors means use of wax, but not water, says Connie Smith, County Extension Assistant. The days when grandmother sloshed water and harsh soap over her wood floors are gone. Today we know that frequent scurbblngs will raise the grain of the wood and spoil its beauty. Tracked-in dirt or sticky spots can be wiped up with a damp cloth. Difficult spots like black heel marks and children's crayon smears can be removed with a liquid po- See These Units --- Low Prices Spreacker Plumbing & Heating Howard Spreacker DIAL 656-2529 KALONA Too late to think about CAR INSURANCE! Once an accident has happened, it's too late to wonder if your automobile ~urance giv~ you the protection younee4 ]Be su~ you have enough coverage ~ and the right ktndl Br~ In your ~Ucy and talk it owr with us, No obl/sa- SKOLA INSURANCE AGENCY Farmers Savings Bank DIAL 656-2265 KALONA Rq~resentlng ]~artford Accident and Indemnity Company, Member Hartford Insurance Group, Hartford 15, Conn. Now with Nutrena Chick Starter 7:30 Evening Service as they choose during the day Tuesday, 7 ,p.m. Youth Banquet as there will be two places for Thursday, Koinonia G r o u p s meditation in the sanctuary. meet; 8:30 Choir rehearsal Increasingly, churches of all KALONA MENNONrrR faiths are using the twenty- ~u~n, c. G~, e~tor [four hour prayer vigil to 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 'strengthen their witness and 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 'personal growth. The time in 3:30 p.m. Community ' Chorus ~prayer and meditation is for 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship i the good of the lndl,~ldual and Leader: Ralph Miller. Panel dis- ~ his own soul, to read God's cussion by SE Iowa folk on theme lword in the Scriptures. This To Plow !With Hope. Tuesday, 7:30, Church Council' is an opportunity to take a ,Meeting. i mental inventory of what God Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., MidweekTM done for the individual Church Night Services. Prayer, iand, also, what he can and Workers Training, Junior LationI has done for God. America Study. SACRIFICIAL BREAKFAST ST. MARY'S CHURCH Riverside, Iowa Fr. W. F. Boeckmann, pastor First Mass 7:00 a.m. Second Mass, 9:30 a.m. UNITED CHRISTIAN AND BAPTIST Roy. Vllllsm McDermet~ Jr., Pastor 9:30 a.m. The Cl~urch at study Adult membership class. 10:30 Worship Hour Sermon: "The Eleventh Hour is At Hand" 3:00 p.m. Southeast district lay conference on: "The Ministry" ,3:30 ,p.m. Inter-Church Choir 6:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship Wendesday, 7 p.m. Senior choir; 8 p.m. Advisory B~oard; 8:30 p.m., Inter-church choir Thursday, 24-hour prayer vigilI the church sancthary, the group went to breakfast in METHODIST Rev. F. Hdward Phllgre4m, Pastor 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Worship 3:30 p.m. Community Choir 6:30 p.m. MYF Tuesday, 3:45 p.m. Membership training class Wednesday, 3:45 ,p.m. Children's Choir; 6:45 p.m. Chancel Choir; 8 p.m. Woman's Society; 8:80 p.m., Community Choir. Thursday, the Burlington Dis- trict Woman's Society of Christian Service meeting will be held at the First Methodist church in Musca-I tine beginning at 9:30 a.m. Thoset attending are asked to bring a sack lunch. FRYTOWN CHURCH OF CHRIST Rlcbard Yoder, Pastor 10 a.m. Bible Study 11 a.m. Worship service 7:~0 p.m. Worship Wednesday ~:30 p.m. Bible study 12 piece ovenware m BAST UNION MENNONITE A. Lloyd Swartzendruker. BIshov J. Jol~ J. Mdlisr, Mln~ter HenrY H. Miller, Deacon m A special feature of the Easter season was the Sacri- ! fictal Breakfast held Wednes- I day morning at 7 Q'clock for !ladies of the United Womens Fellowship of the United Christian and Baptist church. The-Easter play "Thy Glory Challenge" on the theme , "Go--Tell' was presented un- der the direction of Mrs. i Loran Hershberger and the worship service was lead by i Mrs. Vernon Hartzler with Mrs. Richard Adams provid- ing organ music. : Following the program in OF EXTRA COST set 9:80 a.m. Worship Service t0:30 a.m. Sunday School 7:30 p.m F, veuJng Service 7:45 p.m. Wednesday evening, midweek service. HOLY TRINITY, RICHMOND Ft. WIUlam V. k~ll, First Mass 8 a.m. Second Mass 10:00 a.m. Holy day mass 6 and 8 s.n~ lishing wax. But, never soak a hardwood floor with water. Time is Im- portant, too. Spills should be wiped up right away. Soak up the liquid with a piece of ob- sorbant towel or a sponge. Then buff the area to bring back the gloss. After the floor can't be brought back to a shine with buffing, it's time for a fresh wax job. This may mean wax- ing your floors three or four times a year. Use a pas~e polishing wax or a liquid cleaning-and-pol- ishing wax. A floor polisher brings out the fresh luster of the wax. If you don't have one of yur own, you can rent one. Don't expect self-polishing wax to be the answer to good hardwood floor care. It does give a quick--but not lasting-- shine to wood. But, its high water content can damage the wood. And, when it's time to remove it to repolish the floor, the only way to take it up is with more water. A vicious circle for wood floors which do best without any water at all! "How do you like these new hair styles that the gala are eYes, with your order for 250 pvunds or more of Nutrena Chick Starter, you get a bea~utiful Copper-Tint glass bake-anti, serve set free of extra cost. All 12 pieces are heat-resistant-- ideal for baking, serving, storing and re-heating. See this ove~ware set in our display. Take home a complete set free with your order for 250 ~unds or more of famous, research-proved utrena Chick Starter. This offer is limited to one set per customer, while supply lasts. Get your order in today. Create in me a clean heart, 0 God. --(Psalms 51:10). The purity and wholeness that are established in your mind are reflected in your body and affa/ra Constantly keep your mind and heart open to the eleanainz ,power of spirit. NOTICE I am your new Avon rep- resentative for the English River Rural Area. I will be makJng calls soo~ or make orders by phone. DIAL 656-2355 KaLONA Mrs. Marland ~Fellowship Hall. The morn- lng's menu was that of Blble days, and all conversation was dir'ected on Bible topics, with the hostesses being Mrs. Reese Trusler, Mrs. Verna Sakultn, Mrs. Charles Beck- ley, Mrs. Charlotte Miller and Mrs. DOn Miller. Others attending the spe- cial observance were Mrs. Lewis Belcher and Mrs. Alfred Smith of Wellman, Mrs. Ger- ald Teets, Mrs. George Fry, Mrs. Ferd Skola, Marie Jack- son, Mrs. Lyle Fry, Mrs. Earl Fry, Mrs. William McDermet of Kansas City, Mrs. William McDermet II, Mrs. Ivan Alt, Mrs. D. G. Sattler, Mrs. R. H. Peterseim, Mrs. Clyde Ken- nard, Mrs. F. L. Strlckler, Mrs. Fay W. Boone, Mrs. Logan Reif, Mrs. O. L. Rogers, Mrs. Ben Farnsworth, Mrs. Velma Way, Mrs. H. J. Blgelow, Judy Enfield and Mrs. Eugene Way. If you can manage to stay scared all the time, these In- ternational crises won't both- er you a bit. wearing these days?. A friend says, 'She looks as if she got a reprieve a second after the warden pulled the switch.'" Alfred Bauser, Bloomer (Wis.) Advance. CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Reese Trusler was hostess Monday evening to the ABC club, and games of Rook provided" the evening's entertainment. At the close of the games, prizes were awarded to Marie Jackson, Mrs. Willis Glngerlch and Mrs. Lyle Fry, for high score, traveling a n d consolation honors. Following the entertain- ment the hostess served re- freshments at the quartet t~bles, with favors in the Easter motif. Others sharing the party were Mrs. Joe Allen, Mrs. Don Miller, Mrs. C. J. McKenzie and Mrs. Eugene Way. Mrs. Way will be the next club hostess, Monday even- ing, April 30. ROLL OUT THE RED CARPET?. No one expects---or re- ceives-the "royal treat- ment" in a community such as ours. $ez who? No one really rolls out the carpet, but the truth of the matter is that "royal treatment" is most often the trademark of the community store. There's a good reason, of course. The local store must draw its business from local folks, mmst do something to make them come back again and again, without going somewhere else. This "royal treatment" is prompt, efficient service, dependable merchandise-- and guaranteed satisfaction. And experience shows that everyone profits when everyone trades on the local morket. Tradeat Home Local News Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Miller and Fannie, included, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ropp and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Paul HeN muth and family, Mrs. P. I. Helmuth, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- win L. Yoder and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Baker and family of Iowa City. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Alt and Jerry were Karla Twedt of Bettendorf, Jean Alt of Coralvllle and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Richardson of Keota. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Paulsen and family of West Branch were guests last Wednesday evening in the parental George V. Fry home. Mr. and Mrs. William Wat- son and IAnda of Iowa Falls were 6unday guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Grim of Palaski were weekend guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark and family. Rev. and Mrs. WlUlam Mc- Dermet are the parents of a daughter, Kimberly Ann, born Friday, March 30 at Mercy hospital in Iowa City. Mrs. McDermet and infant daugh- ter returned to their Kalona home Monday. Ray. McDer- mat's mother, Mrs. William McDermet of Kansas City is visiting this week in the Mc- Dermet home. Mr. and Mrs. John Knepp, Cleo and Junior were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ell Bontrager and sons Thursday evening. The Kalona News Establish~ in C. C. SHIMON; Publlad~me SUBRCRIPTION ~ p~, Year Published Thursday, exoept the third 1"nursdav In August and the Thurs- day of Christmas week. ~ntered at the Po~ Or'fie@ of Ks- lena, Iowa for transml~ion thleou~h the mall as second class matter under Act of Cong'r~s of Au~rul~ ~ ~n(l a~ amended by the aet~ or M&rch 3. 19~ and July ~, to insure, publication tm any Btven ~veek. display advertising COpy must be pla~;od not inter than-five D. ~ On ~Ionday of the week of p~bllontloL the right is reserved by the publisher +o reject any advertistn~ coney or manuscript considered u u~rsble. ADVERTISING RATE8 =,ocal. tmr column Imeh .............. 50c ~/ational Contract, Line .............. 4c National Contract. linch ............ M~ ~ational Occasional. Inch .......... ~e Miacelkaneoos Ad~, ~e w~'d ~no displayL minimum .............. ~rd of Thanks. mkflmum ........ ~e WELLMAN TTT RUMMAGE SALE Saturday, April 7 Starting at 9 o'clock WelLman Legion Building Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Knepp and family visited in the Har- old Troyer home Thursday evening. Hi ii i]ii[ i i[ E [ii i i M. L Tweeton CHIROPRACTOR DIAL 656-2411 KAI~NA Office Hours Week Days: 9-12; 1:30-5 Closed Wednesday and Saturday Afternoon Open Monday, Thursday 7-9 p.m. @Diamonds @ Watches "Silverware %:xpert Watch Repairing ~Eyes Examined ~Lenses Duplicated "Zenith Hearing Aids "B~tteries and Cords 1. FUIKS JEWELER ~ OPTOMETRIST "Your Jeweler Over 50 Years" 220 E. Wash. St. Iowa City Illlll I Monuments and Markers Raymond G. Miller DIAL 656-2355 KALONA Representative IOWA MEMORIAL CO. West Liberty, Iowa NOW-- Is the time to replace Window Glass We cut all sizes KALONA Cabinet Shop DIAL 656-2311 KALONA [ i I i Sewers Clogged? It's hard work to use clumsy cleaning tools and even harder to pay big money to dig them up or i have them cleaned with an elae- i tric machine. N o w chemical science brings yo~ an amasin~ !cleaner that will remove roots, i rags, grease, paper and other or- i ganic material. You will get quicker results at a lower colt I~' asking your dealer for Lilbm- mak's Sewereamer. You can ream your sewer Hnes chemically and cheaply. It is packed in and 10 pound cans. J~st ask for SEW- EREAMER and save yourself big bill. Home Gas wCO.. ea Dial 646-6058 Ill I I nlted Imeeme Fand A Mmul had mk~ mn~ bco~ dmm~ inveamN WADDELL a REED, INC. Underwriters New Y4~'k k M. 1', AMOS L. HOSTETLER ,. o. ~ox a,, KAL.ONA. IOWA L-P Gas YOU HAVE TWO THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN YOU BUY L.P. GAS . SERVICE PLUS PRICE. I. We nave urviee. 3. Price ]2 and 130 gallon 3. Pz4~t~d t~lr, eta f~r your protection SEE OUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE: KEPLER HA WARE, INC, or call KE-WASH collect PHONE ME ~1 KEOTA