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THE KAI~NA NEWS, THURSDAY, April 5, 1962 r FOR SALE -- ~'ront and hind quarter b~eef, ready soon. Also rabbit hutches and feeders. Henry. M. Miller, Rt. 1, Kalona. p20 SPECIAL--4 lite 9x14 barn sash $1.50 each. Kalona Builders Sup- ply Co. c20 1 LOST--Heavy pickup chain, in my neighborhood northwest of Fry- town. Finder please notify Bill Zook. Phone 683-2527. p20 WANTED--You to listen to NFO reporter "Here's Allen" every Saturday on channel 2 TV at 12:30. 20tfc FOR SALE--Thor ironer. Marvin Yotty. Phone 656-2040. c2Oi FOR SALE--Open gilts. Marland Shetler, Rt. 2, Kalona. Dial 656- 2367. WlA~TED TO BUY--Used pony halter, bridle, harness and saddle. Kenneth Gerber. Phone 656-2056 Kalona. c20 WANTED TO BUY--Turkey feed- ers and shelters, also ear corn. Phone 656-2087. F. J. Bontrager. p20 FOR ROAD rock, river gravel, rock phosphate, Supergro, Hoosier blend. Dial 683-2402. Leslie Byler, Kalona, Rt. 1. 20tfc FOR SALE--De Level No. 18 cream separator, stainless steel discs, hand crank, also motor at- tachment. Also circulating wood or coal heating stove. Abner Christner, Rt. 3, Iowa City. p20 ,FOR SALE--3 sheep with 3 lambs. Willis E. Yoder. Rt. 2, Box 162, Kalona. p20 FOR SALE--Collie shepherd pup- pies. Ray Hoehstetler, dial 656- 2387, Rt. 1, Kalona. ' p20 WANTED--10x14 brooder house in good condition. Isaac Hersh- berger. Rt. 2, Riverside. p20 FOR SALE---John Deere No. 5 mower, $65. Ivan J. Miller, Well- man, phone 646-2704. p20 FOR SALE--Small amount of Little Red Clover seed for less. Jay Figgins, Kalona. p20 FOR SALE -- Tractor marmre spreader, 75 bu., extra good. May- nard Marner. Dial 646-2746, Rt. 2, Wellman. e20 GARDEN PLOWING with rots- tiller. Town and country service. Hoppy Kinsinger. Dial 656-2817 Kalona. c22 FOR STALE--2 yearling Hamp- shire boars. L. Glenn Guengerich, Kalona. Phone 656-2003. c20 FOR S/~LE--10 cubic foot chest type home freezer. Mrs. Fannie Marner, Wellman. Phone 646-2530. 21 t FOR SALE--Gentle Guernsey cow, l FOR SALE--Six screen porches, just fresh. Omer Rhodes, Kalona.] 8x20-ft. John F. Shetler, Wellman. Dial 656-2358. c201 c21 FOR SALE--A 3-16 Case plow on IFOR SALE--Yearling Tamworth rubber, also 9-foot Case wheel lboar, tested. Byron Sweeting, Rt. disc with large blades. Phone 6~3~ I1- Riverside. p2_.._0 2363, Rt 1, Kalona Victor Kropf " " "lNO~e haul trash and g~r- ...~__ e201 bage once a week. Dial 656-2817. BAKE StkL~ ~y I-'d--~-sIHPpY Kinsinger, Kalona. c22 club to be held Saturday, April 7. Starting at 9:30 at Kalona Town Hall. c20 WANTED --Car waxing. John Keiser, Kalona. Phone 656-2734. p20 FOR SALE -- Jonathan apples. Emmet W. Hochstedler, Rt. 1, Ks- lena. Dial 656-2388. p20 WANTED-- To do your garden tilling with tiller especially built for custom work. See John Bender or phone 656-2975. 20tfc FOR SALE--~outh Bend white enamel cook stove, good condition. $15. Phone 683-2211. Bill Lenz, Rt. 1, Iowa City. p20 FOR SALE -- Dining extension table and 6 matching chairs, in- cluding hostess chair. Henry E. Miller. Dial 683-2687. Rt. 2, Ks- lena. p20 FOR SALE -- 4-can International milk cooler. Can be seen at Ka- lena Cheese factory. 19tc FOR SALE--The residence prop- erty of the late Katie Gingerich in Kalona, Iowa. See Farmers Sav- ings Bank, Kalona, Executor. c22 GOLD BOND stamps with eggs sold to Duane's Feed Service, .Ks- lena. 20 CUSTO~ HATCHING -- Chicks, ducks, geese and game birds. Sit every Tuesday. Rapp Feed and Produce. Dial 656-2516 Kalona. 17tfc FOR SALE--~ertified Nemaha seed oats. Homer Vincent. Dial 646-2404, Wellman. 14tfc FEEDING MOLASSeS--S44.00 a ton delivered. Strickler Bros., Ks- lena dial 656-2416. 18~e FOR SALE -- The Switzerland Bienenberg choir LP record (most- ly German.) $4.00. Greene Center Book Store, 'Wellman. c20 FOR SALE--10-ft. Case heavy duty hydraulic disc. Edwin L. Sehroc~, Kalona, Rt. 2. Dial 683- 2469. c20 FOR SALE--Hi yielding Adams soy beans. ~mes tested 96% germ. Also Lincoln brome grass. C. A. Small, Rt. 2. Dial 656-2087. p20 LOOKING FOR an item that is different for a gift? Get Easter Ideals now on sale at Stagner Drug Store. e20 FOR SALE---3-12 inch bottom plow. ~Paul W. Miller. Dial 646- :FOR SALE -- Landrace boar. Duane R. Yoder. Dial 656-2798. Kalona, Rt. 1, Box 234. p20 WANTED--To trade straw for hay. Dale Logan, Kalona, phone 656-27i82. c20 FOR SALE--Young pure bred Hamp boars. J. Wesley Hochsted- ler. Dial 656-2598. Rt. 2, Kalona. ! i~0 FOR SALE--Guaranteed to~ qual- ity baby chicks at reduced prices. Call OL 3-3349 or OL ~2024 or write Leland Baker, 1326 N. Marion , Rt. 4, Washington. c30 SELLING:I958 10-ft. wide house trailer. F4ccellent condition. Dial 656-2004. 19tfc FOR SALE--New Easter ideals $150, 50c. Hallmark Easter cards and Sunday School awards. Greene Center Book Store, Wellman. c20 WANTED--Wood heating stove. Phone 337-5832 or write 505 S. Dodge St., Iowa City. p20 WANTED -- Customers. No ex- perience necessary. Nell's Barber Shop. 517 B A~e., Kalona. p21 SEEDS -- Get your Gro-Coated field seeds at Duane's Feed Ser- vice before the rush. Dial 656-2355 Kalona. 20 WANTED TO RF-~T--A 2 or 8 bed room house. Richard Adams. Dial 656-2427 Kalona. 17tf WANTED--Experienced mechan~ ic. Eichelberger Chevrolet. Dia~ 656-2917, Kalona. 17tfe FOR SALE--Seed oats. Goodfield for good soil, Nehawka for poor soil. Or if you wish for any other variety I will try and get it. Dan S. Yoder. Dial 656-2506. 13t~c # WOOL, WOOL, WOOL--Check with us before you sell. Ropp Feed and Produce. Dial 656-2516 Kao lena. 17t~e SPO~TING, sheet metal and heat- ing. Satisfaction, work guaran- teed. Reasonable prices. Write or call Bob Roe's, phone OL3-2991, 119 North Avenue, Washington, Iowa. 48tfe FOR RENT---Clarke rug shampoo machine. Clean your own rug~ and get a professional Job at low cost. Melllnger Lumber Co., Ks- lens. 40tfe SHOP GAMBLES STORE in Ks- lena for your driers, wuhers, re- frigerators, ranges, freezers, hard- ware and paints. 18tfe 2429 Wellman, Rt. 3. c20 CROWNcRETE cement for the qJ FOR SALE--Used 500 gallon fuel small jobs or patching, all you do TREAT OATS NOW Washington County farm- ers can get the jump on the spring planting rush by treat- ing their seed oats now. Gayle Worf, extension plant pathologist at Iowa State University, reports oats can be treated as much as two months before planting time without affecting germina- tion, providing they are stored properly. A minimum of 48 hours must elapse be- tween treatment and plant- ing to insure best protection against disease. Volatile mercury fungicides in a dust, wettable powder or l liquid form Is recommeded. If: the treating is done on the farm follow the directions on the label. Although most oat varieties axe resistant to smut, new races exist which could build up and cause trouble in un- treated fields. The treatment also gives protection against seedling rots. After treatment the oats can be stored in shallow bins or burlap bags in a dry area. Care must be exercised to keep treated oats away from those to be used as feed or sold, as the Pure Food and Drug Law prohibits the use of treated seed for these pur- poses. While the first federal in- come tax law in the U.S. goes back' to 1913, such laws aren't new. Egyptian scrolls indicate that taxes were collected in 900 B. C. for public works. ATTENTION LADIES--We in- 'rite you to try Trewax, the great- est name in floor wax. Contains 150% pure carnauba, no paraffin Sold on money back guarantee. Kalona Buliders Supply Co. c21 FOR SALE--IHC stainless steel bowl and disc electric drive cream separator. Ed Zook. Phone 656- 2088, Kalona. p20 FOR SALE--Pure bred Hamp- shire boar. Weight 300 lbs. Dial 68~-2223. Rt. 3, Iowa City. Milton Winhorn. c20 ESTP,&YED--Yearling red heifer. T. J. Miller, Rt. 3, Iowa City. p20 FOR SALE--Belt driven 10-inch Letz burr mill with blower, in good shape. Also white male hog, 1 years old, very good breeder. Daxid tMI. Miller, Rt. 2, Riverside. p21 FOR SALE--135 feeder pigs. Jeff L. Ropp, Kalona. c20 PIPE PUSHER! Were you kid- napped? Please have the party responsible return you to us. We have slot of pipe to push. Ephriam Brenneman. c2(~ NOW BOOKIiNG Easter turk~yys for pick up on April 18 to 20. Grade A hens, 86c pound, picked up WeLkona office. 2c pound dis- count for quantities of 6 or more. Orders must be received by April 14th. Welkona Turkeys, Inc. c21 FOR ARTIFIC~ Eastern Iowa Breeders, eall Iowa City 368-6315. Howard E. Miller, Technician, or call lrke Yoder, Ks- lena, Dial 656-2314. Call before 9 aJn. 7t~e IM~ULLET stock - grain - sand - rock. Henry A. Mullet, Kalona, Iowa. 10tfc ELECTROLUX sales and service. Phone 338-0172, Iowa City. 8tf AUTO PARTS Salvage, buy and sell. Evenings or by appointment. No Sunday calls please. Ray Beachy and Sons, Kalona, dial .656-2580. 4~fe DITCHING, trenching, excavating earth moving and all types of drag line, backhoe and end loader work. Jack Reece, dial 656-2517 Kalona. 80tfe LIVF~TOCK HAULING to Chi- cago. Full or part loads. Contract Eldon Stutzman, Hills, dial 683- 2480 Sharon Center or Floyd Honn, phone Iowa City 337-7124. $2tfc G. E. Refrigerators, freezers and other appliances; Tappan ranges. Kepler Hardware, Kalona, dial 656-2618. 10tfc WANTED--IAsht and heavy hens Hoppys Produce dial 656-2817 Ks- lona. 41~e FOR SPOUTING service write or call Paris ~fller. Free delivery. Phone 656-~I. 18tfe oil tank. Can be used for diesel fuel H4nry W. Hochstedler. Dial 656-2006. Kalona. 20 FOR FRIENDLY home town ser- vice in bottled LP gas or bulk, gu equipment and appliances, dial 656-229@. Home Applianes. lltte is add water and go to work. Mix- tures to suit all Jobs. Bag or tom Mellinger Lumber Co., Kalona, dial 656-2616. 40fie FOR ROCK, Sand, gravel or lime- stone, dial 656-26~, Eupne Way for prompt m~vi~. TIME TO use dormant spray on fruits and shrubs. Get them at Stagner Drug Store, c20 Washington Cherry Blossoms The Washington C h e r r y Blossoms 4-H club met March 31 at the home of Donna Steckly. Roll call was an- swered by naming a foreign bread and the country it rep- resents. We said the Pledge of Allegiance and the minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Carol Roth and Mary Fisher were initiated as new members. Mary Fisher gave a demon- stration on what makes yeast grow. Ruth Anne Hostetler on making a box cake and Donna Steckly on making a conven- tional cake. Talks were given by Gloria Lyons on "Storing Breads" and by Gretchen Fisher on l "Storing and serving cakes." Each glrl brought a quick bread to be judged. The Better Grooming Con- test will be held April 12. Re- freshments were served by Donna and her mother. Our next meeting will be April 14. --Donna Steckly "Expandables" A Life-Saver For Small Dining Areas "When is a dining table not a dining table?" is a good modern-day riddle with sev- eral different answers. A number of different furniture pieces now available are cab- inets, servers, desks and game tables as well. These double-duty pieces with "hide-away" tables of- ten work well in the home needing dining space, but without room for a regular- sized dining table, says Mart- lyn Thatcher, County Exten- sion Home Economist. Such pieces unfold, pull-out or leaf- up into adequate dining space for a fair-slzed group. For example take a server that sits compactly against the wall in a space 19 inches deep. Pull the handles In the simu- lated top drawer, and the front legs move forward. Then you can insert leaves to ex- tend the table up to 104 inches. Many cabinets extend the same way. These often offer storage ,~n the cabinet for the table leaves and other items. You'll also find desks that pull out to make a table and chests that pull out to serve as both a desk and a table. A double - topped square table is another possibility. It's perfect for cards and games "as is", then flip the top over and center it, and RICHMOND By Mrs. Roy Kallaus and Mrs. Wm. Shalla Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bakeris and family of Bettendorf vis- ited over the weekend at the Paul Stumpf home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blakely, Darcey and Mike and Mrs. John Blakely of Fairfield were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Dennis Jardon and Glee Stumpf. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Covey and family of Moline visited Sunday at the parental Wm. Shalla home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jirsa, Tom and Bonnie were recent evening visitors at the Lentz Bros. Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Mrs. Farrell Ambrose of Coralville visited Wednesday with Mrs. Joe Lasek and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Malichky. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Welte, Susan and Daniel and Richard Welte of Davenport were Sun- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welte Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Welte Jr. were af- ternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Strabala and family were Sunday visitors at the Harry Strabala home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hofer and Kevin of Iowa City were weekend guests at the Roy Kallaus home. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Della Downs were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Watkinson and family of Hills and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ledman. The occasion was Sam Watkin- son's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Shaver and Randy Lee of Cedar Rap- ids were Sunday visitors at the Glen Sakulin home. Mrs. Bert Stumpf and WIN ma were Sunday visitors at the Robert Beranek home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ander- son and Gordon were lunch- eon guests of Mrs. Bert Stumpf and Wilma on Tues- day enroute from Florida to HOW TO HI=LP PREVENT FRESHENING FLARE-UP Only i.n Pen-FZ is germ-starving nitrofurazone teamed with other ingredients to offer effective mastitis control. Treat cows when you dry them off to prevent freshening flare-ups! See us now for Hess & Clark's Pen-FZ ... the positive mastitis control! Milk lrom producing COWS SnOUl(I oe wHnnelo from noman CO.SUmpuon ]Or IZ hours following treatment with Pen-FZ, as with all mastttis preparations. GOOD HEALTH TO ALL FROM REXALL "Frank Comments" GREETINGS: The big rush is on and a lot of seed has moved out of here the past 2 weeks with m~ch more to go when fields really get dry enough to work. The heavy ~gn-up in the government Feed- Grain pro- gram has created a shortage of some items at wholesale sources. Sweet clover and Grimm alfalfa are in very short supply, in fact they are almost unavailable, even at the higher prices being asked. We still have a good supply of almost anything you may" need, however, at reasonable for a 6 quart change of oil for your car or truck ,with a pur- chase of $125.00 or more, of either Heptachlor or an Ortho application for your planter. ,We have chosen Ortho as one of the highest quality formu- lators, and ~eptachlor as the best chemical for soil insect control. We sold the first chemicals used for soil insect control in Washington county back in 1952, and during these 10 years have observed both customers and test plot results, along with results on our own farm. On these findings we base our conclusions that on second Park Rapids, Minnesota. They had spent the weekend at the Harold Stumpf home. W.C.O.F. Women's Catholic Order uf Foresters met in the Holy Trinity Hall Monday night with nineteen members pres- ent. The annual pot luck supper was served. After the business meeting the election of officers was held. The meeting closed with prices, which include pre-inoc- ulation, mixing and delivering if you request. And don't for- get that we are open evenings for your convenience. We contracted for a large semi-trailer truck load of Ortho Granular Heptachlor recently. Prices will be about the same as last year except that we will be redeeming the Ortho cou- pons that have been appearing in their ads in the leading farm magazines. This coupon is good or third year corn there is noth- ing a farmer can spend money for that will bring a greater return per dollar invested than soil insecticide, and that Hep- tachlor has given best results, as well as being safer and easier to handle. Heptachlor treated fields actually yield enough more corn than fields treated with other insecticides to pay the cost of the application. As Ever, FRANK you have a dining surfacelPrayers for peace. DATTDflM eggn ANDqHPPlV about three by six feet. Or] --- Irll I I LIIIGVI1 ~ILI.II ~J~UI/LI consider a console table. Itll lll miles south of Kalona on No. 1 Phone OLa-ula ii takes up less than two feetlll l|ll ~ --~- of floor space when closed[[[ " $ " @ # III. but opens to seven feet long.II lll , M ' N'i~hbor' friOenUd: a:~Cre:l:titeh:fo~r tht: ltretch 6rain -~ visits, messages of congratu- -- -- ~ lations,, gifts,, f.ood and acts with Sugared Schumacher Feed ~~ of kinaness aurmg our con- , , , , , ~,..~ flnement in the hospital and m #, ~- /I since returning home. It g n Hi~ 11 __L-~~0 2 * Mrs. Joe Chody " I" -- --" .~,~~ and Rosemary Clare ~ NUMEN All rsght, be mad thenl LIV = = estock Feed "l~sychtatrists say it's not good for a man to keep too much to himself. The De- partment of Internal Reve- nus says the same thtng."-- Harold J. Blaschko, Arcadi~ (Wis.) News-Leader. Money saved for rainy days buys a much smaller um- brella than it used to. BULK SALE8 AND SERVICE SNAIR HDWE. Thermogas Co. Dial 656-2512 Kalona Washington OL~.477g in effect. June I billing. R. H. PETERSEIM Representing Sloan Monument Co. Slgourney, Iowa I II SWIT ,g TO Farmers Supply Sales KALONA, IOWA AIRY & SEEF CATTLE ROGS, SHEEP & HORSES YOU'LL ~ YOUR FEEDING RESULTS when you feed Quaker Sugared Schumacher Feed m your Uvestock--ei~her as the entire grain cation or In combination with ,other grains. You see, it's a blend of grain products plus molasses, added proteins and minerals--including important trace minerals. It's nuui- tious, palatable and digestible. And it's priced dgbt.., for economical teeding. fA DDED PROTEIN SH or Gu/i us tudal for $ugurod $buwcbor Tall Corn Feed Service Dial Kalona 656-2787 John Dale Yeder Joetown