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THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1950 New In SOON SEE AD NEXT WEEK DEER CREEK By Erma Miller Erb April Fool's Day is extending its time. Monday April 3 brought heavy snowfall, lightning and thunder Lo Deer Creek. A most pleasant afternoon was spent March 31 at the Simon Hershberger home quilting, so with permission, perhaps, we will carry a lighter vein into our lo- cals this time. Mary Yutzy, who had gone to visit her 82 year old mother, M~. Elizabeth Hochstetler at Middle- bu~,, Indiana ("without the per- mission of her Deer Creek neigh- bets") has again returned home. "" O On Wednesday evening John and Leola Hershberger invited Leroy Grocery & Appliance ters Basketball game at Iowa City. So Leroy took them up obligingly in the Ropp car. 11 ON 32 RT. 1, KALONA Thursday, March 30, Mrs. hl; Miller, Mrs. Eli King and Mrs. Ivan FOR YOUR R Wagner attended the Achievement day program at Iowa City and ex- hibited the house dresses they had made during the .Farm Bureau Sewing Course. Mrs. Glen Fisher, who completed tailored balcony] drapery, which somehow becamet too short, was unable to attend or exhibit on account of sickness. August Feh]b~rg, who has been l a dinner and supper guest of Mr. ]l and Mrs. ~ohn Henry Slabaugh the past week and a "half has in the meantime, painted and redec- i orated the kitchen, Washroom and :hall in the Slabaugh home. On Mr. Slabau~h's birthday, April 2, the Slabaughs were din- her guests in the Simon Kinsinger home. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Joel Svhlabaugh and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Erb. He~er Ghristner's aunt, Elsie Langdon of Eddyville, presented her recently with a new dress trim- reed in sequins with drop earrings to match. Mrs. A1 Miller, who with the help of Bessie Gingerich, is the first lady at Deer Creek to finish spring house cleaning, is spendin~ a week at Denver, Colorado with Ward and Betty Miller and plans to return Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Yoder, Phy]- lis and Karl of Denver, Colorado A ~ were over-night visitors at the Ja- cob Erb home, April 4 and 5. Phyl- lls will be a student, at GrinneU College this coming year and the e O family visited the College campus enroute. Mr. and Mrs. Yordy have enrolled for work shop sessions aL $ the Ashville, North Carolina Con- vention of the Childhood Education @ EASY HANDLING Association this coming week and are driving there. Q LOW SERVICE COST I HIGH RESALE VALUE Ask for a Demonstration ONLy $13S0 up TO 24 MONTHs TO PAY At the Hickory Grove school meetin~ Wallace Eash was re-elec- ted for Director--this being his 3rd term. This being the year for the Hickory Grove re-union a fro- lic will be announced for patrons to clean thoroughly the school house and grounds. The sisters of Ervin J. Miller of Presser, Washington received let- ters from him telling of his mar- riage March 12 to "Sallie" up to date no one has guessed her sur- name. In an earlier snow-storm, the Wagner children persuaded their mother, Dorothy Wagner to make a track for them on the hill to coast after complying with their wishes, on reaching the bottom of the hill, she discovered her sled had stopped half way up the hill-- 21 kt & Motor Co. Kalona Oiling WASHINGTON AND JOHN- WANTING THEIR ROADS CONTACT US BEFORE COST ONE MILE ROAD SC-2 ROAD OIL $387.20. WIDE $290.40. COUNTY PAST. C0. GTON, IOWA I ell. she will never tell who it was. Marie Hudachek of West tiber- An Easter program will be gi- Her telephone experiences are ty is spending this we~k withher --m__._.Ann ent ven Thursday evening at the Well- varied, an unknown voice asked her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Clay ouneem man Mennonite church by the I. recently "Are you the lady that ence Schenk. CAFE M. s. chorus, washes?" She answered "No em- Sunday evening" supper guests Those who enjoyed meeting the phatically" and the voice respond- of Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Beck were WELLMAN, IOWA 60 or more students who accomp- ed, "Why you dirty thing!" Mr. and Mrs. Myron Oswalt of unfed Marcus Bach, his wife and A business man called recently Keota; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beck May we suggest that you mother to the East Union church and asked Mrs. Win. Nisley abeT: ')f Atchison, Kansas and Mr. and Sunday may enjoy listening Men- a certain article one of the Nisley Mrs. Weller Snyder, Mrs. Anna dine with us this Easter. day morning, April 17 at 8 h. M. "l)~ys was interested in -- Her Snair and Mrs. Estella Emmons. Maplecrest Roast Turkey, to D'ear] Richardson on W. S. U. I. sons being under age, it turned out Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Snider visit- Virginia 'Baked Ham and Morning Chapel. He will be re- that the young looking man was ed Sunday afternoon in the homo Spring Fried Chicken. membered as the young student her husband, Wm. Nis]ey, aged 31. of Miss Hilda Durst at Washing- minister who tendered thanks for ton. +l'! _L the group. He will also be on this After being giv,m a few more .... program the coming summer for episodes to laug/1 about--they were a week at a time at various times, retracted, becaus(, they are not Edith Nisley, Ethel Swartzend- interesting unless you may print ruber and Hester Christner at- the names. tended a quilting at the Lucy Swartzendruber home in JoeLown, A.B. Gingerich and Erma and ,%#~ March 21. Vehna Spicher and family were The worht is rather a s?all Sunday dinner guests in the W. W. place it seems. Phyllis Yord~ of Gingerich home. Denver, Colorado, who was a guest in our home last night, shewing us Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Yoder the photo of her best friend, Dick spent the week-end in Arthur, Ill. A~zrL~rong of ~Denver ~remarked They returned home last Monday Free-Floating Evener as news of the sensational strung- morning during the snow and lin~ case crime over the aid that sleet storm. Eliminates Trashl Margaret Ann Jackson "Gee-Gee" was employed last summer at the 2 $.~,s C,,v~ ~ I0 ~. Orchard Cafe--Etitch's Gardens, 4 Sections SlKm 7---.40 in. ~ Rowl by Dick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 2-I,,-1 Soctlo~-.aiMd oq Sl~i~ W. Armstrong and becoming home- Sel]d Flowers ALigk~,EvoleeTIl~tO~F~ulkAIl~ sick left sooner than they expect- 6 ft. ~cl~ms--4.1 in. Dqmp--43 T~ ed her to. Too seen the Ivan Wagners A BEAUTIFUL o.,,.. ~,~ ~ ~ e.a .~ were pleased that for the ~first L I L Y time, they came home from Iowa eormHi Romo~ble T~alk--S, lP-SkgmN~ City without paying anover-park- -- V East . $ecti.. Fold2 or *HI and f~h---Wi~ ing fine. Ivan was asked to appear or er . Operatie~g Levee Folds lad*pendent of by 5 P. M. Monday evening and A Selected T.,~, although no record was found on Potted Plant ~" t,s~om.m,, amp. u,~ u~k., the books, yet he was called in. Perhaps it was just a habit.Cut Flowers or Corsage Two Hickory Grove boys accom- panied WalJ~ce Eash to the Water- loo 4-H calf sale interested in buy- Our facilities will care ...... ing calves. They returned with no- for your needs far or Warren Eichelberger -- Paul Brenneman thing but wooden snakes from the o near. Phone 299 Kalona 10 cent store. Hester Christner who has the You'll Be Pleased double duty of house keeping and answering the phone for the grind- With Flowers From ing service, got her new cookie re- cipe mixed up with business and H 0 U S E gave the caller a bit of aschock OF FLOWERS when she answered "yes, sugm , recently. Although she had her 3/4 Mile East on Highway 92 husband explain when he filled the Phone 590 Washington, In. grinding appointment. She says ............... ONLY GIFTS! $104.95 LOOK! NEW Eoey Terms, l Delivered, Now get them 50% faster with coupons from Ready to Run Over 250,000 Satis~ed ReD Users PURASNOW. , -- " ,,'//.;]].. ,,, Guernsey Sale SHARON GROCERY PHONE 2 ON 28 SHARON I I I C~me In To Get Yours Saturday, April 8 Due to public demand we will also have some colored chicks for sale on above date. Yoder's Hatchery M. A. Johnson, Mgr. KALONA, IOWA 60 HEAD 7 CHOICE REGISTERED BULLS This lot has four serviceable bulls; including a J. C. Penney bred bull that is worthy to head some prominent herd. One sired by Curtis Candy Advocate; one sired by Witchwood's Wizard Count; one sired by Wey Acres Levity Count all out of good dams. Two bull calves sell. 14 REGISTERED COiWS--Mostly fresh or to freshen later. Foundation cows in this lot. 20 HIGH GRADE COWS--either fresh or close to freshening, some with good CTA records. 9 GRADE HEIFERS--this is a beautiful lot and a few are bred for fall freshening. 11 HEAD REGISTERED CATTLE--These were not received in ,time and are not shown in the catalog. All cattle Bangs tested or calfhood vaccinated. Come to Wellman, the Guernsey Capitol of Iowa and see this consign- ment of good, sound and nearly all are young cattle. TERMS: CASH LUNCH BY THE FRANKLIN LADIES AID SWARTzENDRuBER SAIA CO. Bradley 15-ft. Single Disc COMMENCING AT 12:30 O'CLOCK MW 15-ft. Single Disc Two 3-bottom 14-in. Plows (Me-Deer.) 2-bottom 16-in. Plow on Rubber (Mc-Deer.) 2-bottom 14-in. Little Wonder Plow John Deere 999 Corn Planter 2 Mc-Deer. Horse Drawn Corn Planters Mc-Deer. 102 Planter with Tractor Hitch 2 B Farmall Mounted C0rn Planters H & M Farmall Mounter Corn Planter Gain Drill with Grass Seed Attachment Judson 10-ft. Fertilizer Spreader 25-V Me-Deer. Tactor Mower E-12 Tractor Mower Farmall M Tractor B Farmall Tractor F-12 Farmall with Hydraulic Cultivator VC Case Tractor RC Case Tractor C Case Tractor on Steel JOE PMLUOTET McCORMICK-DEERING DEALER Phone 1 Riverside, Iowa Colored Easter CHICKS I I but there was a clear track. Tuesday evening dinner guests The Eastern Iowa annual spring Guernsey Used Farm-,n q, -I:nuinment at the L. Glen Guengerich home Cattle Sale will 'be held in the Purebred Sale were Mr. and Mrs. D. G. oder, Pavilion, Wellman, Iowa, rain or shine-- Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Erb and Low- Case 8-ft. Tandem Disc FRIDAY APRIL 14 Mc-Deer. 8-ft. Tandem Disc (good one). G. I. 7-ft. Tandem Disc "HEY KIDS"