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I ALONA NEW , THU ___q_nA, APRI 0, QUARTERLY STATEMENT, $UNNARY OF RROCEBDINGS $dmol Dktaet of Fadon~ TOwn ship of English River, Coqnty of W~ ~r t~ quarter ead- i~ i~sll 81, 1942, Ealmm, I~va, Janaary 9, 1942 The F~1ona Board of Education met with ~ent Wa~ in choir. Mmzbe~ present were: Ware, B.e~, Conk~ Gracty Rod Test,. Moti~ by ]Seek and seconded by Grady that bins be allowed as All ag1~l. Seeretury au- therls~i to issue warrants No. 178 to No. 193 ineY~ for same. L z. FRY, S~7. L~ona, Iowa, February 9. 1942 The FJlona Board of Educa- tion met in ~ar monthly meet- inf. Memberu present were Beck Conkil~ Ware and q~ets. Ab- mt, Grndy. Bills were read and motion was made by Corddin and ~onded by Beck that they be allowed. All agreed, and tary was autho~ to iuue war- rants Noa. 20"/ to 218 inclusive. L. E. FRY, Secy. Ka]ona, Iowa, Marsh 16, 1942 The Ealona Board of Education met in regular monthly meeting. All members present. Motion by Tests seconded by Grady that bills be allowed as read. All agreed. Sceretary authorized to issue warrants No. 232 to No. 257 inclusive and No. 281 for same. L. E. FRY, Secy. DISBURSEMENTS School House Fund: Farm, s Savln~ Bank No. i80, bond & Int.._$ ~6~4 Total ............... $ 656~4 General Fund: .............. Treasuror State of Iowa No. 1?8, tax .......... 11.~ Iowa Else. Co. 179, 208, 282, lights ........ =._. 144~8 Reset Elee Shop 181, re- pairs ................ 19.60 Bateau of Ed. ~em~areh No. I~ 212 testa .... Ropp Mkt., 188, supplies ~ Lbr. Co. 184 ___ Ho~etler & Plank 185-210 supplies .............. MetTopolitmn Supply Co., No. 186, supplies ..... Olnn & Co, 18~, supplies 20~6 &e8 8.98 4.45 1.00 14.00 17~4 6~8 14~9 28 .U ~S 24.80 Dept, Elem. School Prin. No. 189, books ........ Aeme Chemical Co., No. 190, Janitor supplies _. High School Funds, No. 191, 215, 251, supplies Frank Fry, No. 192, ~mp- p~H$ ................. Kalona Switehbosrd Co., No. 198, 211, calls .... C. 1~ I, & P. Ry, No. 207 i~i~ht ............... 247.96 Marner & Miller, No. 209 ................. 192~2 MeKnight & MeKni~kt, No. 218, books ........ 6.11 Century School Crafts, No. 214, tests ........ 1.08 Burroughs Add Meh. Co. No. 216, supplies ..... I~4 Ms,de Thatcher, No. 218 la~dry .............. 1~.21 Un&rv~ ~ott,~ Fish- , el', Co. No. ~3, type- writer ............... 87.21 O. I. Roars, No. 2815, Janitor supplies ..... 74.9S James J. ~Ish~, No. repsi~ ............... I .~9 Orsd~s Meat Mkt. No. Test8 Bres., No.289, la. Kalona News, No. 241 Zepnirs __. ............ E. J. Hesselschwerdt, No. Supplies ......... Arthur P, IO'ons, No. 244 repairs ............. ~/ohn Be~k Co., No. 245 John C. No. Waffle Book Co., No. 247 books ............... ~. West Dtstnf. 248, supp... Uni~. Pub. Co, No. 249 books ............... Hopkins Sport Goods Co., No. 250, equipment .... Matt Perrott & Sons'. Co., No. 252, poll books __. Riverside Plumbing and Heating, 264, repal~ __ Frank Conkiln, ~5, elea tion board ............ E~verett Tvets, 256, e~e- tion board ........... ~. E. l~y, 257, election Mabel Raney, 261, ~- FARM SEEDS Home ffrown Mammoth, Medium Red and Alsike Clover and Timothy seed. Also Idaho Medium red clov~. Montana, Wyom- ing and home grown Alf- al~a Durham spring wheat, Rape, Sudan Grass. Hawkeye Hi-~red Seed Corn Soy Bean~ Soveral different varieties of seed onts. All kinds of Farm Seeds EMERY M. YODER JO/~OWN SEED STORE I F0E ~x~--Two sows with lit- ters of pigs one week old. Lewis M. Miller, Riverside, Ia. on high- way No. 22. p24 FOR SALE-Turkey equipntent; 4-wheal trailer and 70 gallon hog fountains. Mrs. Deiiia Litwiiler, phone Kalona 272. c24 DEAD STOCK REMOVED J~t tall the Ph/liip's 66 Stai i~, Kalone, for prompt service. Ed Windier, Riversid~ COLLECTION~ WANTED We ~olle~ notes, judgments, and all items of indebtedness, or no ehar~. COn handle anywhere. Want nothing but legitimate claims. Best of references. It. C. Valentine Co., Light Company Bldg, Marshalltown, Iowa. 10t~c PORTABLE GRINDIING Prompt e~fleient s~rviee, Phone 257, Kalona. MAYNARD C. REBER c52 FOR SALD~Heath's 939 hybrid seed corn at Hochstetler's Feed Store. e26 FOR SALE-~Poland China boars and gilts. V~ceinated. Guaranteed breeders. Boyd Erode, Weilman. p24 FOR SALE--The Williams prop- erty in north part of Kalona; mo- ern house. A good home reason- ably priced. Earl F~ Welmtar, Iowa City Realty Co., Schneider Bldg,, Iowa City. e27 FOR SALE---6 H. P. John Deere gasoline engine or will trade for smaller one. Paris Miller. p24 NOTICE--Bide will. be aeespted by the Town Clerk for positions of Street Commissioner and Sex- ton and Night Marshal. Bids should be in by 5 P. M. Monday April 15. H. V. Beck, Cierk. e24 ........ ,,, . _ KA~ & COMPANY Quality Chick S~er 1400 bags sold last ymr. J. S. KAUF~ & CO. Phone IS/) Richmond Rtta Strabala of Iowa City came home last Wednesday and visited anttl Monday. Glen Ch~pek of Cedar Rapids visited st ~the Wm. Chapek home over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Yetsley and family of Chiep4~o were week end guests of her mother, Mrs. A. Eg- lin. Geraldine Eglin of Iowa City visited at home also. Robert Chapek, Norms Kallous, Rite Kern and Norraa TeBoek- ho~t all of Davenport were home over ~unday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. SlmlIa and daughters visited Sunday after- noon w~th Mrs. Joe Helt~man and de4~hter at Riverside. Loretta Chapok returned to Washington on Tuesday after several days spent at her home in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kern and family visited Stmday at the home Mrs. Tim Grndy in Liber- ty that this ~ep0rt is FOR SALE--Beef by the quarter 16c and 19c per pound Ray Beaehy. p24 FOR SALF-~193~ Model A Ford coupe in good condition. Inquire at News office, p24 FO SA~Heifer to be fresh in 6 weeks; three 14-in tractor plows Kalona Oil Co., phone 95. c24 NOTICD--S~rting May 1, milk will be lle a quart and cream 18c per 1-2 pint. Present customers of ~)hody, please notify either of us in regard to milk before May I if interested. Lando Gingerieh R. H. Peterseim FOR SALE--Pure bred Jersey W~ite Giant hatching eggs. Wm. l)uwa, phone Kalona 08 on 147. n~v ANIMALS iV~OVS~-- Just call Tom Karr and be wil~t 10ok after them for you. Phone el on 36, Wellman. ~ .... --~ FOR SALE -- General purpose horse, weight 1250, broke single. William Hannon, 2 miles east of Holbrook. p24 FARMERS-Conserve steel for National Defense ~ have your worn plow shares and planter framers re-edged as good as new. Also disc sharpening. Fish. er Blacksmith Shop, Kalona. 19tL FOR S~everal extra good Poland China boars and gilts also red elm fence braces. Ruben Mil- len, Phone Sharon. c24 , .... ;, FOR SALE--Cedar line and an- chor posts. Emery M. Yoder. 28tf FOR SALE--Baled oats straw and loose timothy hay; a few large burr oak posts and line posts; purebred Guernsey bull John T. Winbo~u, phone Sharon. eS~ FOR SALE--Glass cake studs. Mrs. Ray Beachy. p24 FOR SALE--Pm~bred Chester White boars, Guaranteed breed- ers. Ardell Gerot, 1-2 mile S. W. Riverside. p2~ FOR SALE--Case corn planter with 8-ft, 4-in. wire. Harvey Bender. p24 RADIO FOR SALE--6 tube table model, reconditioned like new. Not a midget~ Tone control and foreign re~eption. Fraction of or- iginal price. Inquire at News. p24 FOR SALE--Manchu soy bean seed, 96 per cent germination; $1.90; also bay mare, wt. 1200 Ibs. smooth mouth. Jay Figgins, Ka- lone. p24 ATTENTION FARMERS! 4b Portable Grinding and Molasses Mixing J. ~L KAUFFMAN & CO. Phone 150 Kalomt FOR S~Guernsey b~li, 10 months old; also hay. IAoyd Brenneman, phone Kalona 30 on 2 SCREEN PORCH for sale. W. P. Boiler, phone 18 on 8. p24 Lincoln Mrs. Joe Gingerieh, Mrs. Jake Yoder and John 'Miller were cal- lers at the Mrs. Uriah Miller home last week. The rain has delayed oats sow- ing in this community, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ging~rieh, Alvin, Leslie and Alice retmrned home from Canada Monday even- tng where they had attended the ~neral of Mrs. Dan Janti. Those who enjoyed Sunday din- ner at the Henry 81agel home were Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Stuts- man, Elmeta ~tutzma~ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schlabaugh and Mr, and Mrs. Joe Miller. A~ter church services "on Eas- ter Sunday there were a n~_mber of family dinners in this com- m~mity while some attended din- ners elsewhere. Mr. and Mrs. Joe TeBockhorst had their children with their ~am- flies home for an Easter dinner. They are Mr. and Mrs. Urban Te- Bockhorst, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Goodwin and Phyllis, Mr. and Mrs. Lamont Kelley and Mary Ellen, Mary Ann and Letitia Te- Bockhorst. Those present at the dinner giv- en by Mr. and ~Mrs. John Shalla Jr., and Darlene were Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Spevacek, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cartwright of Cedar Rap- ida and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Speva- cek and Mavis of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. George Zeck, An- nabelle and Gerry were guests at t~e Charles Wolfe home and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marek and sons at the John Shalla Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. George Shalla and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Shells were among the guests at a family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Miller. Lena Krots of Washington vis- ited Saturday night and Sunday at the Leroy Krotz home. June Arlene Knotek a student at the University of Iowa was home for an Easter visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knotek. She had as her house guest, Mari- lyn Nesper of Toledo, Ohio, who is also a student at the Univer- sity of Iowa. LaSt Friday John Foster set out some elm trees also apple and cherry trees on the farm tenant- ed by Dewey Weeks. The fruit trees were to replace those that died out last summr. The Weeks family have lived on this farm for 18 years, ever since Mr. Foster bought it from Charles PribyL Mrs. Ed Shells, who hasn't been so well, is staying with her daugh- ter, Mrs. Louis Ha, el until she can find someone to help with the work at home. Darlene Shells attended a meet- ing of the Fortui~htly club at the home of Ma~reen Trotman Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs~ Lawrence Marek and little son visited at the Chas. Ma'rek home Sunday evening. Riehard Weeks, who is employ- ed at the State Bank in Washing- ton and who has been driving from home each day, is staying in town now at the Ed Pribyl home. The reason for the change is to prolong the life of the tires on his car. Thursday, April 9, 1942 Eggs .................... __ 24c Heavy Hens ............... 18c Leghorn Hens ............. 15e Roosters .................. 11e Cream. Sweet 39; No. 1 88c Hogs---Chicago top ...... $14.60 Those who spent Good Friday at the Will Stutzman home were Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Swantz and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bender and Mr. and 'Mrs." John Overholt. CHURCH OF CHRIST 10 A. M. Bible school 11 A. M. Communion service 6:45 P. M. Bible study 7:30 Evening worship services ~y Rev. Raymond Ludwigson. The topic of the sermon will be "In the Resurrection Shall We Know Each Other Over There?" HOLY TRINITY CHURCH Richmond, Iowa Re.. W. F. Boeckmann. Pastor Sunday~First Mass 8 o'clock Second Mass l0 o'clock Holy Days--Mass 6 and 8 a~ m. F-RY-TO ~i~R~isTI Ai~ CHURCH 10 ~ m~ Sunday ~hool. 11 a. m. Comlauaioa sorvtee. SHARON CENTER EVANGELICAL CHURCH G. L Alderman, Pastor Ch~urch school at 10 A. M. Worship service 11 A. M. Evangelical Leaffue 8 P. M. SHARON METHODIST CHURCH Stuart C. Peterson, Pastor 10 A. M. ~Sunday school BAPTIST CHURCH Ada Marie Hillis, Minister 9:45 Bible Schooi 10:40 A. ~. Morning worship-- "God's Finger Prints" will be the sermon theme. Wed. Apr. 15, Miss Lettie Ar- cher, recently returned from China will address the Spring Mission- ary Rally in the Washington Bap- tist church~ Apr. 24---The Union Christian Education Advance Conference for this area will he held in the Iowa City Methodist church instead of Baptist church as previously an- nounced. THE METHODIST CHURCH Stuart C~ Peterson, Pastor 9:45 A. M. Worship service 10:45 A. M. Sunday school 7:00 P. M. Youth Fellowship eerviee. The Union Prayer service will be held with Mrs. W. C. Brenne- man next Wednesday morning at :30. Prairie Dale Mr. and Mrs. Most Yoder and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Ed Knepl~ home. Mr, and Mrs. Jason Boiler, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kanffman and John Jay and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weng- er of Wayland were dinner guests of~ Mr. and Mrs. Jake Boiler. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brenneman and Carolyn spent ~unday at the parental Mahlon Slabaugh home. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Miller and daughters enjoyed Sunday dinner at the L. D. Yoder home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fre~_nd of Iowa City and ~artin Boller spent Sunday with Wiilard Boi- lers. DON'T BUY A MOWER UNTIL YOU SEE THE LIGHT.DRAFT HI -LIFT OIL-41'ATH MOWER Hummer Donald with the and sister, Mrs. Anna Eva Snider of Mrs. C, L. Cox was hostess to Arthur Durst the members of the Hummer so- Washington ciety and visitors in her home they were dinner Wednesday, April 1. A quilting Mr. and Mrs. W. was a feature of the day with Sttnday afternoon a eooperative dinner. Those pres- Earl Webster home ent besides the hostess included Supt. and Mrs. A. Mrs. Vernon Moore, Mrs. Merrill Webster were Maske, Mrs. Emil Schmidt, Mrs. the Ivan Hummer h~ Chancey Hershberger, Mrs. Chriss Bontrager, Mrs. Ray Smalley, The marriage of Mrs. Raymond Benell, Mrs. Ivan to a girl of Biloxi, Hummer, Mrs. Robert Sass and announced to his Mrs. Ivan Zager. is the son of Mrs. T~e Hartsock school was dis- Route 6, Iowa City missed Wednesday afternoon, mer resident in while the teacher, Mrs. Vera Sere- William is in army ler attended funeral services for loxi where he is a her grandmother, Mrs. Agnes Fly army air corps. in the Christian church in Fry- town. Lorena Eimen passed the Easo ter week end in the C. L. Cox home. Miss Eimen who has been employed in Roeheil, Ill., for the past s~x months came to Iowa City last week w~here she will now make her home. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Snider and Private Marion stationed at Fort Mo., luckily jury when the bus ten other left the highway Several of the bus were hos ion suffered a other minor cutS ECLIPS @ The Worlds Best Lawn ON NO OTHER MOWER--SO TIME AND MONEY SAVING Eclipse mowers give you more lawn value than any other mower known. New Hand and Power Models "0 FOR SALE-- Used No. 12 De Laval separator condition. Used No. 15 DeLaval separator witl~ sal power drive in good condition. SHAIR PHONE 42 @ Next week starting Make your pennies work for any item listed for the price 1 penny. 4 Big Days--250 SPECIALS EACH DAY ROGERS DRUG PHONE 41 No more sore necks--when you use th/s new Case mower. The geazs are placed behind the axle, balancing the ~u~dy one-pieca frame and taking weight off the neck~oke. The floating cutter bar corrects sidedm~ The enclosed gears wi~h oil-bath and pressure lubrication tun lighter and last longer. Drop in~ see these features---also the my opera- tioo of the Hi-lift--~nd look over other light q~ra~t Case hay tools. THESE DAYS everyone needs to get the utmost from their equipment. Good~ Lubri- cants, Good Fuels and the BEST OF CARE are essential for better performance. Otis that are best for winter need changing for summer--We have the oil you need---A dean motor performs much better than a motor choked with sludge and carbon CASITE (,gum solvent) is the answer. ..... d~ KALONA OIL Seeds -- FIELD SEEDS HYBRID SEED SOY BEANS GARDEN SEEDS IN LAWN SEEDS FERTILIZERS PLANTS ONION SETS SEED POTATOES C 0. BRENNEMAN SEED "SEEDS THAT GROW" 220 E. College Street Phone 6~01