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WARE, M. D. 'N Phone 7, Kahna, Iowa N ADAMS "- REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Public In The Office YOU NEE~-- OM WORK Basertown Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bailey were dinner guests at the parental John Benell home in Kalona Sun- day. Hazel Sheak and Norma Sleich- ter are both recowring nicely from operations. Anna Burkley is numbered among the sick. Mrs. Mac Graber of Iowa City was a dinner guest at the P. G. Bayer home Sunday. Violet Lackender spent her Eas- ter vacation at the parental Lack- ender home. Mrs. Ida Ruppencamp formerly Shelling, Combin- of this vicinity underwent a ser- ~aling, Stat- lous operation at the Mercy hos- Plowing, pital Monday morning. Sbarpening Mrs. Lloyd Grout and children MAN 2 on 9 of Beloit, Wisconsin visited at the Will Receive Prompt And parntal Grout home last week Service. end. Mr. and Mrs. Don Roberts of L Y 0 D S R Cedar Rapids spent Sunday at the parental Madden home. Cleldon Grout went to Des Moines where he took his physical examination prior to his induction into the army. O Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Swartzen- druber entertained at a dinner Sunday which included Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Les- 49 Pound Sack lie Bell, Ja~dy and Corrine of $1.95 Wellman, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Res- sler and Carol of Clermont, Mr. 24 Pound Sack--and Mrs. Isaac Sprague and faro- $1.02 Tly of West Chester, Marion Bell of Washington and Mr. and Mrs. Gall Swartzendruber. Afternoon Kalona guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kepler of Webster. GROCERY PHONE 106 CF tall tins ... 3 for 25c OF WHEAT, pkg....24c THE KALONA NEW~, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1942 LOCAL NEWS Guests at a basket dinner in the Ed Burkholder home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Will Hoylman, Ellory and Shirley of North English ; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Burkholder, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Burkholder, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Snider, Harold and Clarence Bm kholder, Viola Bawel, Hilda Hoylman, Ida Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zillmer and family and Barba ra Swartzendruber, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Miller were af- ternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob J. Miller and Anna Mac were Sunday evening callers in the John J. Miller home. Dinner guests last Thursday evening in the H. V. Snodgrass home were Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Adams, Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Hen-i der and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Witt- rig. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smucker and Mary Louise called at the Clarence Swartzendruber home Sunday evening. Mrs. Hugh Dunlap of Iowa City visited Mrs. U.G. Snider last Wednesday afternoon. Fannie Eimen of Wayland was a dinner guest Sunday in the Rufus Gingerich home. ~O.~ NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL Washington, County) State of Iowa ) ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 7623 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- CERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- FIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Lydia"l~I. Brenneman, deceased, dated May 6, 1931, having been this day filed, opened and read, Wednes- day, the 15th day of April, 1942 1942 is fixed for hearing proof of: same at the Court House in Wash- ington, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk Corn Flakes, 2 for .... 17c of said Court; and at 9:00 o'clock LOCAL NEWS ~Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rowe were week end guests at the George Rowe home, Aurel Hannah and John Bigelow were Thursday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guenge- rich. Dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gingerich were Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Kelley and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Strickler and Sherwood and Mrs. Anna Grady and Norma. Mrs. Thursa Grady returned home Sunday after visiting the past 10 days in the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Grady in Van Horn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Maxwell of Rock Island visited Sunday in the parental Gee. Maxwell home. Supper guests Sunday evening in the L. E. Southwick home were Rita Herring and Mary Louise Kennedy. ----.-------~~ Kalona School News Notes Editor ............ Mabel Miller Assoc. Editor .... James Strabala Music ........ Ruth Ann Liebig Senior ........ Pauline Gingerich Junior ......... Viola Gingerich SENIOR SWALLOWS This week our apoligies go to Letitia's. In the last issue, we had the future plans of the sen- iors and by sm~e misfortune, Le- titia's names was omitted. Well, anyway, she plans to go to school somewhere and "further her knowledge." If you hear any sighs around, look for a bookkeeping student. Those sets are really terrific! We were happily surprised the other day when Mr. Ralston and Mr. Erbe of Washington college visited us and invited us to the Junior college play. They atso told us of the main subjects they were going to stress in the col- lege because of the immediate futures for them. They were aviation, teaching, and commer- cial courses. Jean, why doesn't memorization day bother you ? In English, the other day, we read the poem "The Forsaken Merman." After we had finished, Miss Mayer asked Miriam what it was about--quote "Well, a mer- man was deserted by his wife, etc. and the children cried and cried and cried." of course, Miriam used the word "cried" so many times that Miss Mayer suggested maybe that's what made the ocean. Treva, do you really believe Sophomore ........ Jane Kallous that there is no future in death? GENERAL NEWS PROGRES~-- Progress travels on the sturdy back of the question mark. So long as men accepted the world as it was, it remained as it was. The individual who asks no ques- tions rarely learns anything. Curiosity may have "killed a cat" but it has also created a genera- tion of great scientists. One of the chief differences be- tween the little business man and the big one is the use which they make of the symbol for interro- gation. The "small fry" in every vocation is more given to talking than to listening. He has much to say, but there is little which he cares to know. The big man has the questioning habit. He is You know that's what you tried to tell us the other day. ~O~ JUNIOR JAYS In English class we had a de- bate on speeches and debates. We are now taking up the novel. The history class had current events today. Everyone choose the one they thought was best and wrote it on a slip of paper. Mr. Spivey recorded Chucl~ Shod- grass as having first. A test was given in economics today. It was over distributation. surprise typing best. We all hoped suprise typing test. De all hoped it would be an April Fool's joke. I guess some of the grades were. Richard why did you keep look- ing up in Room A all the time yesterday ? You always enjoy A. M. of the day above mention- large bars 5 for 23c od,all persons interested are ....... " hereby notified and required to FLUSH ............... 19c ..... large box ..... 21c SOAP ... large bar ...10c or Northern Beans, 4 lbs..29c ....... 2 lb. box ..... 59c .... 2 lb. box .... 19c ..... per head ...... 5e appear, and show cause, if any they have why said instrument should not be probated and allow- ed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. By Order of R. R. Noonan, Clerk of the District Court. Dated at Washington, Iowa, April 1, 1942. (Seal) R.R. NOONAN, Clerk of The District Court, II R. A. HENDER, D. C. CHIROPRACTOR Neurc~alometer and X-Ray bunch 5c per ...... Phone 137 Kalona, Ia. Line of Fruits and Vegetables DOn'T FORGET YOUR FROZEN FOODS BUY 14/IS LARGE STOCKS to glve you the b|ggut selec- tion! NIGH QUALITY to auure you real utls- TeBockhorsts: T-square. Cal Perrin: Flash Mary C.: Fussytop. Joe Schillig: Bones Brothers Ruth Ann: Rastus. Leona: Lonie Scott: Pluto Keith: Blue Bird Clair Schenk: Clarabelle Joe Chody: Showdown Jean: "Brilliance" Miller We are back in Home Econo- mics and most of the girls ~re starting on heir second project. Jean, we hope your dresses aren't as big as davenport covers. We hear someone, by mistake took tbe,,n for a davenport cover. What a surprise Mary didn't have to make up time, but Marie is doing it for her, or is it for Monroe D. Yoder herself? been having rooster fights, chin- Why does M~rie go around say- ning ourselves and playing a ing, "My, my?" It isn't to get game called "'Rabbit in the Hol- used to the initials of M. Y., is low". it Marie? On number drill 12 in third o arithmetic, Barbara Miller and FRESHMAN FINCHES Clara Speas made perfect scores. In general science we have fin- ished our unit on "How Do We Provide Our Homes with a Good Water Supply?" We are review- ing and we are going to have our test next Tuesday. Sam is going to show us how our water supply is here at school. In English we are studying con- nectives. In algebra we are studying eli- mination ~by substitution. Mr. Snodgrass had quite a number of people staying after school Tues- day night so he could explain more to us about these equations. I think we are doing better, now. WHAT IF: Eileen wouldn't go up and shar- pen her pencil every day. FOR SALE~ Eileen's grins. Eula's curls Wilma's pencils Virginia Hochstetler's pretti- ness. Mary's green dress. Neia's boy friends. O GRADES 5 AND 6 Ability, Right Training ar d Experience enables me to g~ve you satisfactory sales senf:ce. --Graduate of Repperts Auction Livestock & General Auctioneer ~Member of N~tiomal Realty AIction,-- Well, here there only six more always tTying to learn something visitors, don't you? weeks of school. Aren't we glad. new.--John Scofford in "Front Hesty was seen at the music The sixth grade has been study- Rank". concert last night. After a cer- ing Egypt. We had a test today rain participant was through play- ing he immediately left. Destina: tion.known: the side door. Plans are being made for the Junior-Senior banquet. If yo~ hear anything like, "Here comes the Seniors," "Don't let him see that,', We really wonder some- times why the Seniors are so in: quisitive. After all they were Juniors once, too. O SOPHOMORE BIRDS Looking around the assembly we see: Kate trying to fool Richard S. PERSISTANCE--- An 800-pound steel bar, eight feet long, was suspended by chain, and a small cork at the end of a string was swung lightly against the bar. At first it seem- ed to have no effect, but after ten minutes of tapping, the great bar began to tremble, and at the end of twenty minutes it was swing- ing like the pendulum of a great clock. "The constant dripping of water will wear away the stone" Sensenbrenner. factio~ FAIR PRICF.S that net you a real uv- ingl Join the thousands who buy wisely at our store. WASHINGTON S. E. Corner Square PHONE |$ ON 2 -- KALONA If a man has reached the age over it. It wasn't so hard. I hope we all come out allright. Wish us luck in our six week's tests. The fifth grade have been studying about Mexico. They had a test, too. ,Some of the people in the fifth grade made some jingles about table manners. Here are some of them: Don't jump and reach across the table. Say, "please pass the. food', if are able--Lillian. Always remember by the tip of hair, To it and rise from the left of file chair. ~r. E. Don't slurp your soup, Or you'll be a droop.~Harriet" O- GRADES 3 AND 4 These third graders wrote per- fect spelling papers all six weeks: Vivian, Patty and Clara. These fourth graders wrote perfect spelling papers all six weeks: Georg,e, Hilda, Paul, Re- ,bert and Marlene. The following youngsters have been absent or tardy all six weeks: Barbara, Martha, Vivian and Catherine, in the third grade, and l in the fourth grade, Morris, the only one, has been neither absent or tardy. EMPTY SOCKETS BR[gD EYESTRAIN [ of 21, and he cannot think, no Did you do it K~te? amount of advice, example, or ex- Leona getting her lessons as us- perienee will avail anything. If ual. at some period ,between 12 and 16 Bette fixing her hair. I wonder he can not be interested in some what for. subject, and become enthusiastic, Hazel walking out to take her he will be a mentally dead one~ music lesson. Edison. Warren S. daydreaming about H.E. INHERITANCE Jean Miller still talking. No person is ever born into this We have a few nicknames in world who does not need to bor-our class. Among some of them row from those who have gone are: Marie~Otto (Marie, could before. One may not be a genius, that be because your new board- but if he hopes to be more than er's middle name is Otto). iust one of the crowd, he will have " Kate~Mares Bette: Fifi, tugboat and hay- seed. Benders: Twisters .=~|T|~.~.. Third grade is enjoying their J IJ l~kJ new reader "Centerville". It is a town much like Kalona. It is fun DIAMONDS--SILVERWARE to compare their stores and other WEDDING RINGS--WATCHES ,buildings with ours. EYES EXAMINED Fourth grade made a movie of Any Lens Duplicated ,rPinnochio,," WATCH REPAIRING Third grade is having a unit on poetry. We have been reading I do all our own Dlamord and memorizing poems especially Mounting in our store, fairy poems. In class one day we made this poem: 220 East Wash. St. ~ saw a sight worth seeing IOWA CITY, IOWA When I woke up one day, WHAT NOT A BULB IN THE HOU$f T HERE SiR_GET'EM BY THE CARTON AND ALWAV5 HAVE PLENTY ! GOSH .f YOU A BIG ONE REDDY.p to begin borrowing thoughts and ideas from thinkers and doers. I R. H. PETERSEIM --FUNERAL DIRECTOI~- Modern Equipment Ambulance Servicl~- Phone 176 Kalons --BY IOWA ELECTRIC'S REDDY KILOWATT v_ My window was a fairyl~md, With elves and goblins gay. All of us have chosen our poems for the poetry rea~ling contest, and are working hard on them. In fourth language we have had fun making up riddles. We have had many tests on how to use quotation marks, too. Robert Shettler sang two Eas- ter songs for us. We have been hearing many Easter poems, and storie. We are going to ha~e an Easter party. Miss Davis read the real Easter story to us. In third science we have been studying birds. Many children brought pictures of well known birds, In physical training we have WHITE ROCK, day old__llc BUFF ROCK, day old___llc WHITE LEG. day old___10c CUSTOM HATCHING $c Silent Sioux Brooder Stoves Fountains and Feeders Chick Starter at $3.40 per bag Settings on Men. and Thurs. Q Hostetler Hatchery KALONA PHONE 159 YI'J I I ] THEATRE WELLMAN IOWA FRL & SAT. Jimmy Durante; phil Silv- ers; Jane Wyman; The Navy Blues Sextette. "You're in the ARMY NOW" t SUN--MeN WM. POWELL; MYRNA LOY and Asta in "SHADOW of the THIN MAN" News Sun. & N EXT-- TUE. WED. THU. 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