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TH~ KAI~NA NEWS, THURSDAY, April 5, 1962 , , i 7 ,, ,, ,,,,, /i ,,,, Now Steel Looks Like Wood You just can't trust your eyes these days. Now, one furniture manufacturer has come up with steel furniture for the home that looks for all the world like wood. A new finishing process gives the steel an embossed two- 'toned wood-grained finish, i Flshing (And Hunting) says Mrs. Thatcher. The dull License Time finish also is designed to give the impression of the warmth Current fishing and hunt- of wood. First steel furniture ring licenses expire March 31, pieces to carry this new "look of wood" are a loose-cushion- ed seating group and occa- sional tables with inlaid-top designs. Let Us Clean Last Year's Clothes Like New Again.' No need to buy a whole new wardrobe for spring, when our scientific cleaning process will make last season's outfits look so fresh and new. Let us clean those winter clothes too, before you store them. They'll hst longer. Kalona Cleaners DIAL 656-2713 KALONA the State Conservation Com- mission reminded today. "If you should happen to get your new license before April 1st, be sure to hang on- to your old one until It ex- pires," said Glen Powers, di- rector of the Commission. "that is, if you happen to go hunting or fishing. Otherwise the conservation o f f i c e r wouldn't know you had one ,for 1961-62." The price of a fishing li- cense is $2.50 and so is a hunting license. A combina- tion fishing and hunting li- cense costs Iowa residents $4.50. "A combination fishing and hunting license not only ,~aves you fifty cent~," Mr. Powers continue~l, "It entitles you to a whole year of the finest of outdoor recreation." "Success comes in cans. Failure comes in can'ts." JUST ARRIVED .... Special Box Car of Freezers 13 cu. ft ................. $179.95 15 cu. ft. ................ $199.95 21 cu. ft ................. $249.95 Have Freezers -- Will Trade Shop Gambles at Kalona FOR YOUR FREEZER PURCHASES DIAL 656-29111 KALONA HELEN HALE Quick Skin Guide It's not age but exposure that ages the skin. Use a special product to keep the skin moist whether cleansing or making-up to get the utmost benefit from creams, lotions, etc. Cleansing creams will clean the skin gently as well as soften it. Use for normal skin care, that is, skin which does not have too many problems. Liquid skin cleansers are good for oily skin as they remove ex- cess oil. They will leo clean deeply. Fresheners are good for quick cleaning and are non-drying, if the skin has normal mount of moisture. They also stimulate cir- culation. Need~ A New Roof? Spring's the time to re-roof, and this is the place to shap, for the finest selection of roofing, at savings! Low cost one stop Building Service MELLINGER LUMBER CO. PHONF 656-2616 Kalona, Iowa Helen's Favorite: Skillet Ham Slice (Serves 6) Z ponds ham slice 2 tablespoons shortening Z cups sliced onion Z cups canned apple saute V, cup molasses Z tablespoens prepared mustard teaspoon ground cloves Trim excess fat from ham and saute ham in skillet, with shortening. Remove ham and add onions to drippings and saute until tender. Combine apple sauce, molasses, mus- tard and cloves. Add to onions, mix well and cover with ham slice. Cover and cook slowly for SO minutes. Serve with the apple gravy. Astringents stimuite circula- tion and temporarily tighten t::e pores. Ice cubes may replace them, if you don't need tightening too frequently. Moisture base is placed next to the face before base and powder are applied. It helps the freshly cleaned skin, which is free of moisture: to build a moisture re- serve or shield. Part.alas the ADVERTISERS Get Fast, Low Cost Gains with pigs from 6 weeks to 60 pounds Pigs past 6 weeks of age no longer require the same type of nutrttiom that is generally provided in a good starting feed. Yet an adequate ration is a necessity during that important period. Ful-O-Pep Pig Grower is formulated to meet the nutritional needs of pigs during the latter phase of the starting period. It's designed to give fast, efficient gains -- a pound or more for every 2 lbs. of feed. Ful-O-Pep Pig Grower is a low cost, high performance feed that speeds your pip into the finishing period. Put your pigs on Fu]-O.~p TALL CORN FEED SERVICE John Dale Yoder Dial Kalona 656-2787 Joetown Make It Now FRYTOWN H. J. Fry Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Beard of Green Ridge, Missouri vis- ited at the Ellory Taylor home on Thursday and Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fry and ~Mrs Ethyl Deaton and son, I " ~ John, of Iowa City, were Sun- t day afternoon callers at the i Dr. Harry Fry home. Mrs. Vernon Bontrager was! among those who attended a! i workshop meeting of the Men- ! nonite Churches in Archibald, I Ohio on Saturday, March 31,1 ~and on Sunday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Beard Ridge, Missouri and1 of Green Mr. and Mrs. Faul Beard ofi n ear Ainsworth, attendedi i church services at the Church! of Christ in Frytown last Sunday. i All Through The House Dress Pattern No. 3251. Make It Now. "A bargain is something you can't u.~e at a price you can't resist." Sleeveless sheath with plunging neckline front and back; will prove a star in your i Prune Fruit Trees wardrobe. No. 3251 comes in sizes 12, i While They Are Dormant 14, 16, 18, 20 and any of its sizem may i be made from just 3 yards of 35.inch i fobd. Needlework Pattern No. d59. All Through The House. Every room in the house can use slip covers, and No. 459 tells you how to use your Ingenuity to make them for living room, bedrooms, etc. Send 35c for each dress pattern, 25c for each needlework pattern (add 5c for each pattern for third c/a. mailing and IOc for each pattern for first class mall. ins) To AUDREY LANE SUREAU, Box 1490, New York !, N.Y. RICKERT PROMISES VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN Promising "as vigorous cam- paign as limited time and re- sources will allow", Dale H. Rickert of Wapello, today In- dicated he plans to actively seek votes in his campaign for the Democratic primary nomination for the post of state senator In Washington and Louisa Counties. Dale H. Rickert Mr. Rlckert announced sev- eral days ago his intention to seek his party's nomination for the post. He ls the only Democl~at who has announced his ~ahdidacy but the Re- publican party candidate for nomination is State Repre- sentative Richard Stephens of Ainswor th. "It is too early to discuss specific issues", Mr. Rickert declared today. However, I wlll support that portion of the Democratic p 1 a t f o r m which is In the best interests of the people of Washington ,and Louisa Counties and the State of Iowa." Mr. Rickert is 34 years old. He holds a degree from Iowa State University in Ames and presently is farming 600 acres southwest of Wapello. He formerly was an instructor in veteran's agriculture classes at Parkersburg, Iowa. He is married to the former Esther Jamison of Wapello whose father, Guy, ts now a member of the Louisa County Board of Supervisors. They the parents of three children. Mr. Rlckert is a member of the W a p e 11 0 Presbyterian church and the Chamber of Commerce in that community. Fruit trees should be prun-[ led while they are dormant, Washington County Exten- sion Director Jim Frier re- minds orchardists in the county. Although pruning can be done anytime during the dor- mant period, many Iowans prefer to do this task on com- paratively w~trm days in early spring, says Extension Horti- culturist A. E. Cott of Iowa State University. Pruning Isn't the formid- able Job ~t appears, but you must decide on what you wish to accomplish before starting work. Pruning essentially is nothing more than maintain- lng a tree's shape. It is bet- ter to underprune than to overprune, though overprun- ing is better than doing no pruning. An annual pruning sched- ule is desirable, and should be! started the year a tree is planted. In this way strong, evenly spaced laterals can be developed and the top kept free of excess wood and fol- iage, so light and air can pen- etrate. Young trees that are allow- ed to go four or five years without pruning become dtfft- cut to shape. Also they are nearing the bearing stage and a severe pruning at this point can cause several year's de- lay before they come Into production. Trees that al- ready are in production can be similarly set back if they suddenly undergo heavy prun- ing. A guide, "Pruning Hardy l~ruit Plants", is available at the Washington County Extension office in Washing- ton. It contains information on pruning various fruit trees, grapes and small fruits. FARM LOAHS Tailored To Fit YOUR Needs PROMPT CLOSINGS FRIENDLY SERVICE CONFIDENTIAL HANDLING Amos Hostetler Phone 656-2611 KALONA Authorized Mortgage Loan Solicitor For [ The Prudential INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA t m~t lllIB mqmy I There are two kinds of[ "Before you borrow money party-goers. One wants tel from a friend, decide which leave early, one wants to stay you need more."--Fred W. late. Trouble is, they're usu- Grown, Edgewater, (N. J.) ally married to each other. Bergen Citizen. II I [ I I II Be Safe II The recent rash of break-ins throughout the country has prompted many people to use the facilities of our after hour depository. A con- venient way of transacting your after hour bankina" business. All deposits are fully insured. "11 ":::[,,t , "::" """' ":::,,, "::',,,,":, t" ,,lllgl,,,illl ,,,,,llll,,,IBI ,,,, Igl ]gl,,i]il[ Biil,, 11 "'"I pq "i " " ;" ;' ,,. 1,,I q I) ) MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. Phone 656-B-A-N-K KALONA, IOWA III I I I whether you feed, sell, or seal... It Pays to Plant P.A-G Hybrids! Whether you grow corn to feed, sell, or store under the government program, you'll want the top performance offered by P-A-G hybrids. Last year, farmers who planted P-A-G hybrids in this area praised the standability, pick- ability, and shellouL With P-A-G hybrids, you hmwest all the corn your land is capable of producing! You have a big investment in every acre of corn you plant.., proper hybrid selection assures you of ma~mum corn yields. I have a good supply of adapted P-A-G hybrids that will meet your soils, conditions, and needs. We can supply P-A-G alfalfa, clover and sorghum, too! THE MOST FAMOUS NAME IN CORN LLOYD PLECKER Washington SEE YOUR LOCAl. P. A. G. DEALER JOE TeBOCKHORST Kalona ELMER SCHNEIDER Riverside Pfister Associated Growers, Inc., Monroe, Iowa