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II THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 19~ John Knepp Sr. Mr. and Mrs.i IA~d Knepp and Mrs. Alice Ei- men sailed at the Shem Swartz, endruber and ]Kilo Kempf homes at Wayland Friday afternoon. [[ I I lVL N. ADAM.S totAL DSTAT~-FARM LOANS ABSTRACT8 Pboae 373 Kaloma, In Notary Public In O~ies it t it t ] t [ Mrs. C.C. Miller and Mrs. Marie Herner had as their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wertz, ~M~s. Fern Whetstine and children, Mrs. Eliza Swartz- endruber, Mrs. Ezra Shank, Mr. and Mrs. Marie Yoder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Blosser and family and Lucitle Baker all of Wellman. Mrs. Katie Stutzman and Mrs. Ella Plank were dinner guests at the Lewis Hochstedier home Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Keiser and John Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Brenneman and Alma were dinner guests Sunday with the Miller sisters north of Wellman. Hilda Hoylman and Clarence Burkholder were Saturday night guests in the Howard Zillmer home. Mr. and Mrs. tklva Kepler spent Sunday in West Chester where they visited in the parental W. O. Reif home. STARTING TOMORROW This g~tY and colorully H00|t~ATi0N--Bettsr come in ]promptly u this gift offer can d4g~'~t~ Coa/~ Set hi be continued only while our pllgt~a], tOO'-|t will save supply lasta~and oE course, ~uLr~rTtt~JJ~Ttmar]~ Only one Nt to each adult. During this clean-up and agtd g~tngs, Arid it's you~. paint.up season, let us advise u otw good-will git you O| our money-reaving paint- during Lowe Brothers ing methods'and qiveyou the latest authoritative ideas on lioepttality Dayl. paint styling your home. PHON~, IS WALL PAINT Gallon $3.25 C. L. DROLLING]~., Manager i u,, ,f,,, ,, j THE SIGN OF DEPENDABLE SERVICE FOR ANY CAR OR TRUCK NOTF~ FROM CENTER SCHOOL Editor .......... Merle Fleming Asst. Editor _. Irene Brenneman Reporters .... Bernard Hcrshber- get, Ruby Kinsinger ACTIVITIES Can you imagine a scene where several young fellows discuss an old, broken-down automobile and are overheard by their girl friends and these girls believe that they are ~under discussion? The girls are furious when they hear one~ of the boys say that 'she' needs more paint or her body will cave in and then, when another boy says, "If she were mine, I'd shove her into the lake and ~be rid of her for all time." Well, that leads to a ser- ies of complications that will have the a~dience in gales of laugter. You will laugh at Beulah Dick- el in the part of Mrs. Alice Em- erson the hen-pecking wife, and you~l sympathize with Robert Yo- der as her hen-pecked husband who in "worm that turns". Miss Mary Lois Swartzendruber will keep you in convulsions as Lily White, the colored maid, who hates any kind of housework ex- cept ironing. She 'jes loves to iron nice, clean clothes and starch 'era up good and stiff". There is a treat in store for you when you witness this play. You'll forget political, financial and personal troubles. Isn't that worth the price of admission charged? The answer would seem to be yes. The date of thks production has been changed from May 7 and 8 to April 30 and May 1. o CLASSROOM NOTES The world history class had a test Thursday. Nothing more de- pressing could be found to have on such a lovely spring day. Algebra students have been solving equations by factoring. This is difficult but will probably prove very useful in the future. In geometry we a~e finding the area of trapezoids. The freshman English class is studying about the radio as a means of profit and enjoyment. The sophomore English class is ]reviewing the use of ~the right word. It isn't so difficult to use [~ust the right word to express a thought on paper, but it's a little more difficult in everyday speech. .... ' O QUIPS AND QUIBBLES The writer of said column has come to a definite conclusion on one subject anyway. Here it is: the girls around this school have lots of faults but the boys have only two, every~ng they say and everything they do! Looking around te room I see Reuben reading a magazine as usual. Lester is looking out the window. Cleese is awake for a change and actually studying. Mary Jane is smiling sweetly at someone across the aisle. Dopey is using the dictionary of all Pilotbarg An April shower today but a nice one. The garden soil is fine this spring. Most everyone is busy in the garden, with chickens and cleaning house. The Pilotburg Ladies Aid mem- bers met with Mrs. Roxy Young last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Jaunita Stransky was co-hostess. Mrs. Winifred Stransky led in de- votions and Mrs. Celesta Maas, president, had charge of the busi- ness meeting. The committee on Red Cross work reported there was no work at present. The next month's meeting will be with Mrs. Dew Bishop with Mrs. Les- tar Leeper as co-hostess. Thirteen members were present and sev- eral guests including Roxy's mother, ~tlrs. Fry, Mrs. Zoo Klein- berg, Mrs. Clarence Shull, Mrs. Ezra Smith and small son. Mr. and; Mrs. Lloyd Anderson and children Gretchen and Eu-! gene and Helen Anderson of Des things. John is putting gardenia perfume on his classmate. (Inci- dently the windows by Bernard are soon opened). I see the clock it too many minutes from noon. Mr. Swartzendruber is trying to poke geometry theories down the sophomore's throats. Bob Toder was looking for a certain term in physics today. Finally he stopped looking. Mr. Swartzendruber: Did you find it Robert? Robert; No, I forgot what I was looking for. This week we are giving you a list of daffyinitions Oxygen-plural of ox. Transparent ~ something you can see through, keyhole, for in- stance. Tale~the thing some people catch fish by. Etc.---a term used by writers to express something they don't know Money--something that can say "Goodby" in twenty languages. Night club'-a rolling pin. Waggin~two meaning, one re- fers to dog's tails and the other to h~tman tongues. Nose bleed--may be prevented by keeping your nose out of other people's business. Hospitality~making ones b~uests feel at home when you wish they i were. Indigestion--you will never get it by swallowing your pride. Speed maniac -- someone who can drive faster than you can. Nut---a person who reads such things as this. o CENTER GRADE NEWS How glad we are for the nice lays. EVeryone is an enthusias- tic ball player at present. On Good Friday we spent our play period dying Easter eggs and hunting each individual treas- ure which had been ~idden around the school. The fifth grade made poem books in language. They each chose a particular subject and found as many poems on it as they could. Today, more than ever before, this sign beck. ons all car and truck owners who want the skilled, reliable service that comes with: (1) trained mechanics, (2) quality materials, and (3) reasonable service rates....You can expect this kind of service from your Chevrolet dealer because, for years, Chevrolet dealers have had the largest number of "trade.ins" and there- fore the widest experience in servicing and conditioning all makes of cars and trucks. o,-,,.,,CAR CONSERVATION PLAN" AND OUTSTANDH,~ UIADIIR [ I "~ ' ....... i Teets Bros. Chevrolet Co. KALONA -- -- IOWA I [ I "%~ nigh I ~w the loveliest co/or in a dream, and Mr. Potter'z trying o match it jar the living.room !" MORAL: Don't waste time trying to match your D~AM COLOaS. You'll rme them among the 150 "beauties" in the big DEVOE LIBRARY OF COLOR BOOK. Every solar mZADn,Y-mixed by simple, new "color toner" system. No me~ NO gue~, No bgthe~ ! (Saves TIME and IION~, too). i W| CA~/tr A COMe~| UN~ OF DEVOE HOSTETI~R & PLANK HARDWAR]g--IM~EN'T8 PHONE 60 KALONA Mr. and Mrs. John Hershber- ger and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hershberger and family were dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hershberger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. S: Murphey w~re ~inner g~ests Sunday in the J. R. Swartzendrnber home. Simon Miller and Daniel Miller and son Sheldon of Ankeny visit- ed M. D. Miller at the Abner Mil- ler home Friday. Moines visited over the week end at the Carl T. Andrson home. The former is a brother of Mr. An- derson. April 3 was Mrs. Ralph Ashbys birthday. Her children which in- cl.ude Charles, Wilson, Lethea, Percy, Mariam, Jimmy and Eben surprised her ~by presenting her with a new electric refrigerator. Mrs. Ralph Ashby, and Lethea and Mrs. Blackwell called on Mrs. Frank Stransky last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Will Kelley, Mrs. Ells- worth Kelley of Kalona and Mrs. Robert Dreyer and children Bar- bara and Terry of Fredericksburg called at the Frank Stransky and Carl D. Anderson homes last Thursday. A card announcing the birth ell a son to Mr. and Mrs. John" Kiene of Ople, Kansas on Good Friday, was received by relatives in this community. Mrs. Kiene was for- merly Vera Pribyl of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Chal~pa entertained at an Easter dinner, Mr. and Mrs. John Greiner of I)ublin, Mrs. Lawrence Greiner, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Chalupa, Mr. and Mrs. John Schneider and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. James Chalupa and Mr. and Mrs. Rey- nold Greiner of Burlington.. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ashby had most of their children ~ome for Easter including Mr. and Mrs. Eben Ashby and two daughters of C~icaga., Mr. and ~rs. Charles Ashby, Letha, Jim and Mariam and Percy at home. Pitotburg Sunday school had a nice Easter program Sunday morning followed with services by Mr. Erb. Mrs. Lydia Horak and Harold entertained relatives on Easter in- clu)cling Mrs. Edith Pribyl and H~rold, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stransky and others were Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Anderson and chil- dren and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stransky and children. Mrs. Emily er Louise were Erb home at Mr. and Mrs. and Donald were ington Saturday Mr. and Mrs. and John Douglas of Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ferd Spreacker, Lou~ G~ace Miller Cedar Rapids Dinner guests der home Mrs. chris~ Mr. and Mrs. and David and Mrs. Ivan der. J.t. PHYSICIAN Office Kalona, J. R. Sw~ Phone 67 Gee. V. Fry Auctioneer Phone 256 Kalona, la. Skola Farmers Say. Watch Guaranteed Moderate pries. RAY COFFEE, Monarch ..... YAMS, large size, 6 lb$ APPLF_~, Winsap, 5 lb~ e ORANGES, spedal ORANGES, Blue GRAPEFRUIT, giant, 6 CHEESE, Wise Colby GOLD MEDAL FLOUR, 5 e MACARONI, shell, 2 lb, ...i OATMEAL Ferndell, LETTUCE, 2 large heads ." CELERY, hearts or CRACKERS, 2 lb. Big CORN, Liner ...... , .... PEAS, Liner ........... "" ~$ WHEATIES, 2 for ..... "" LARD Swifts, 1 lb "'" HEINZ BABY FOOD, 3 for CORN MEAI~ white, 5 lb$. "MAKES YOUR MONEY GO PHONE 43