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TI-IE gALeNA NEWS; THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966 . |r P3t0GHHDI~'Gm 0:1' TXH B0&ZD OF SUPH]glrl~olr, a ON MONDAY, 4, 1966 The Board met according to law. Supervisors Conklin, Patter- men and Anderson present. None absent. The minutes of the March meeting were read and on motion approved. After due consideration of an application and map filed hy the Town of Brighton, Iowa, for con- struction of a 2" high pressure transmission line along county roads for approximately 14.15 miles, resolution was adopted granting approval to the Town of Brighton, Iowa, for said con- struction, operation and mainten- ance of a 2" high pressure trans- missdon line along approximately 14.15 miles of county roads as per agreements and map filed by the Town of Br~ghton and ap- proved by the County Engineer. On motion the taxes for the year 1965 on Lot 1 in Blk. 21 of Mealey's 1st Addition to Brighton were suspended on petition of Bernard E. Hopkins. Resolution was adopted where- by easement for public highway tn Cedar Townahip from Loren C. Bush & wf. was accepted and approved. On motion recess was taken until Tuesday, April 5, 1966. Clifford L. Conklin Chairman, Board of Supervisors Attest: Walter W. Schroeder County Auditor PI00HHDXH'GB OF TX'n BOJLBD OF S'0"PHIV~01tS OH" TUHB- DAT, ~ 5~ 1966 The Board of Supervisors met as per recess taken on Monday, April 4, 1966. Supervisors Conk- lin, Patterson and Anderson pres- ent. None absent. The following claims were al- ~lowed and the County Auditor authorized to ts~ue warrants in payment of same: GI~I'ZXAT~ COUNtrY Acres-Blackmar Co., . ' Supl ............... 10.50 Aud. of State-Lorne 1~ Worthington, Audit- " 1964 ;~ : Boone Bfank-B-o-o-k-Co?,- 2,296.98 Supl ............... 1,401.55 j Burroughs Corporation, ~, Supl ............... 17.79 % K.R. Cross, M.D., Autopsy ............ I00.00 ,~ E.R. Cox, Help ........ 33.50 ~ Carson Plumbing & Heating, Serv ....... 17.05 " Co. Aud.- W. W. , Schroeder, Petty Cash 10.62 Custer's Electric, Repair ............ 64.03 * Farrel's Office Supply, ' t Supl ............... 443.16 F|dlar & Chambers, Supl ............... 324.95 Gambles, Supl ......... 9.73 International Business Math. Corp., Supl ..... 4.20 Jones Funeral Home, Transport ........... 25.00 Koch Bro~., Sup1 ....... 236.82 S. W. Kaster, Expert..- 75.00 Clarence M. Logan, Bd. Mtgs ........... 12.00 M & M Sales Co., Supl. -- 86.00 G. E. Montgomery, M.D., Fees .............. 51.00 Midland Laboratories, Supl ................ 81.00 Glfford Morrlson, Rent 40.00 Ira F. Morrison, Tele. __ 58.02 The Nat'l Bank of Wash., Supl ......... 9.75 Osincup Drug Store, Supl ............... 1.82 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., Supl ........... 177.09 Robert E. Porter, S0h. Instr ........... 15.00 H. Kenneth Pepper, Sob. xnstr ......... 3.50 Junlta Redllnger, Bd. Mtgs, ~ mlge ....... 22.20 Betty Btephens, Typing 29.75 Lorraine Suter, R.N. Mlge. 18.70 Walter W.-chroeder~--- Sch. Instr ........... 3.50 L. E. Wilson, Est., Rent 60.00 Beverly Young, Sal ...... 24.00 The Kalona News, Prtg. 79.73 Ottumwa Clean Towel Service, Sere ......... 2.75 Washington Evening Journal, Prtg ....... 78.50 Wellman Advance, Prtg ............... 86.93 J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co. Supl ............... 57.75 OOU~ff~' =roM~ ~oyd's Bolonga, Prey.._ 16.50 David Bauer, Steward, Mlge. & expert ....... 81.34 Brown's Shoe Fit Co., Shoes .............. 27.26 I~aUou Oil Co., Gas .... 15.00 ~ Bernard Food Industries, ,, Inc.. Prov ........... 43.35 Culligan Water Con- ! ditionlng, Supl ....... 18.50 ~ Connelly Hardware, Supl. 80.49 Edward Don & Co., Supl. 45.08 ~ Fareway Stores, Supl. -- 22.00 Farmer's Implement Co., Mach ............... 150.00 Ben Franklin Store, Supl ............... 24.16 Fuhr & Cochran, Prey. 28.79 Farm Service Co., Fertilizer .......... 587.77 Farmers Mutual Ins. Assoc., Ins. Prom ..... 241.94 The Garden Shop, Seed 85.00 Gambles, Supl ....... 29.29 Home Town Darles, Inc., Prey ........... 436.23 J. Donald Hazen, Chair 10.00 International Harvester Co., l~epairs ........ 4.86 Iowa State Industries, . Supl. 19.03 Feed .............. 374.20 Jarvls Appliance Store, Repair ............. 11.90 Jones Funeral Home, Burial ............ 175.00 Kiene Bros. Trucking, Truck .............. 14.00 G. J, Krogmeler, D.D.S. ~; La~r~:m~a r c i n o :~ru~e_ _~o7 _ 42.00 ~ P V. .-, ........... 562.48 ~ !' Loot's,Butch ........... 147.32 R. L. Lytel Foods, Prey. 60.93 ~i McDaniel Drug Store, ~i Drugs ..... _~ ....... 16.95 "~.! iMesser Oil Co, ~as .... 72.50 .~. G.E. Montgomery, M.D., '~ Fees ....... ...... 135.50 The Missouri-Kansas Chem. Co., SupL ....... 96.00 Mode O'Day, Cloth ..... 15.96 * *'Mental Health Institute, D, ru~s s ..... ,_, .... 4.50 Oscar~Mayer & Co., i Prey. 51.83 L National T-anl~-~afnt-e-n-- ante Corp., Maint ..... 258.75 Nicola & Harmon, Supl. 9.10 National Biscuit Co., Prey ............... 26.24 John Nash Grocer Co. Inc., Prey ........... 310.02 Peter Pan Bakers, Inc., ! Prey ............... 141.69 J. C. Penny Co. Inc., Cloth. 8.68 Schoonover Drug Store, Drugs ............ 672.08 Spurgeon's, Cloth ..... 82.20 Sinclair Refining Co., Gas ............... 51.98 ~ Skelly Oil Co., Gas .... 323.93 Leonard Tlndal's Farm Supplies, Seed ...... 718.13 Arthur Verrlps, Fish __ 30.00 The Whipple House, Inc,, Furn ........... 1910.00 I~ John L. Waters, Limestone ........ 182.11 Washington County Hospital, Hospn ..... 302.80 Zep. Mfg. Co., Supl ..... 143.40 Kalona lce Cream Co., Prey ............... 67.50 Iowa State Dept. of Health, License fee .- 15.00 ~OU~Y ]POOB Walter A. Anderson, Labor .............. 50.00 Bankes Drug Store, Drugs .............. 1.65 Doris Bittner, Cash .... 60.00 Central Kansas Mental Health~Center, Med. -- 45.00 Dr. E. V. Chance, Med. 42.67 Leo Duwa, Cash ...... 42.00 Eimen Drugs, Drugs -- 9.73 Fuhr & Cochran, Prey.__ 25.00 Mrs. Don Helfrich, Care 74.50 Rex Hesseltine, Cash __ 70.00 Ted Howell, Care ...... 75.00 Jefferson Square Manor Inc., Care .......... 120.00 Jones Funeral ttome, Ambul ............. 8~50 Klein Memorial Hos- pital, }Iospn ....... 313.39 galena U-Save Grocery, Prey ............... 88.00 Lubin's Drug Co., Drugs 63.75 Dr. M. L. McCreedy, Med. 145.00 McDaniel Drug Store, Drugs - ............. 47.75 Drs. Miller & Miller, Med ............... 16.25 Dr. J. M. Mohler, Med ............... 6.00 Osincup Drug Store, Drugs .............. 28.20 Psychopthic Hospital, Med ............... 17.50 Qnarkerdale Boys Home, Care 303.00 Paul S e h n oeb-len: -Care -[: 73.00 Dwaine Sinn, Care .... 153.85 Rex Sinn, Care ........ 65.00 Stagner Drug Store, Drugs .............. 21.45 State Dept. of See., Welfare, Refund .... 32.50 State Dept. Soc. Welfare, AB ................ 121.60 State Dept. Soc. Welfare, AD ................ 121.88 State Dept. Soc. Welfare, ADC .............. 1085.01 State Dept. See. Welfare, T, S, & Frt ........... 509.99 Sehoonover Drug Store, Drugs ............... 4.80 University ttospit als, Hospn ............. 18.10 Drs. Vosika & Montgomery, Med. __ 48.25 Washington County Hospital, Hospn ..... 825.10 Washington Lumber & Fuel Co., Fuel ...... 18.05 Washington Evening Journal, Supl ....... 5.50 C~'~IMZNA~ B & H Firestone, Serv ............... 40.82 City of Washington, Radio Oper ......... 100.00 W. S. Darley & Co., Supl ............... 18.00 Iowa State Industries, Furn ............... 82.4"9 Keating Portable Weld- ing Service, Serv ..... 139.94 G. E. Montgomery, M.D., Fees .............. 40.00 L. H. Meacham, Repair 206.95 Dr.~. Nemmers & Ahart, Tests .............. 20.00 Osineup Drug Store, Supl ............... 35.00 Willis F. Richards, Mlge ............... 139.50 Ross Motor Service, Sere ............... 13.00 Clmrles C. Snyder, Keep & Expert ...... , 118.89 Sitler's Auto Parts, Znc., Supl ............... 11.66 Standard Oil, Gas ...... 233.96 Town & Country Plymouth, Serv ..... 43.96 Farrell's Office Supply, Supl ............... 4.75 COU~t~ "nX.P~-~SB John Custer, Assist. __ 10.00 Co. Treas.-W. E. Howell Jurrors & bailiff .... 558.54 Glenn B. Holden, Fees 69.00 Lawyers Co-Operative Pub. Co., Bool~ ...... 17.50 Leroy J. Peterson, Expen ............. 58.56 Willis F. Richards, Mlge ................. 18.06 Burrell W. Smith, Expen ............. 249.87 Rose M. Truax, Clerk __ 20.00 University Hospitals, Tests .............. 30.00 Winga's Cafe, Jurors meals ...... 29.55 John E. Baldrige, Def. Att'y .............. 100.00 Robert I~ates, Def. Att'y .............. I00.00 B0VZ~H ''. B. Dan V. Allen, Serv ..... 31.25 BA~'G'~ DZSE.&SH Dan V. Allen, Sere ..... 51.50 R. A. Carmichael, Serv. 35.00 F. D. Gipple, Serv ..... 70.00 P. J. Andrew, Serv. .... 8.00 Phillip Q. Rose, Serv. __ 42.50 R. T. Speaker, Serv ..... 15.00 H. E. Weimer, Serv. __ 130.00 T~T~- Z~N'H2'2~ZO ~T Eimen Drugs, Drugs __ 24.00 Jefferson Square Manor, Inc., Care ............ 418.70 Vv'illis F. Riehards, Meals & mlge ........ 9.56 Shenk Nursing Home, Care .............. 519.00 Geraldine Stimmel, Rent 35.00 Treasurer of State of Iowa, Patients ...... 449.01 Tommy Dale Memorial Hospital, Hospn ..... 181.35 West End Rexall Drug, Drugs .............. 43.60 COUNTY 01~'ZC:BR4~ Howard E. Anderson, Sal. & mlge ......... 479.50 Howard E. Anderson, Sch. Instr ........... 6.50 Clifford L. Conklin, Sal. & mlge ......... 580.60 Clifford L. Conklln, Sch. Instr ........... 3.50 John Patterson, Sal. & Mlge ......... 552.10 BOUNTY Co. Treas.-W. E. Howell, Bounty ............ 179.50 ~E~UND H. G. Cochran, Tax __ 109.70 Dale Denison, Tax ...... 21.12 Vera D. Forlna~h, Tax __ 75.81 John L. Davis, Sal. & mlge ............. 324.50 Chas. C. Hotle, Tele. calls .............. 6.70 Hotle Feed & Gr~tin, Seed .............. 16.50 John C. Owen, Fee .... 45.85 JAZZ~ BUI'~DZ~'G Powers & Associates, Fee ................ 1074.27 H. Eugene Smith Constr. Co., Est #7 .......... 5937.11 TO~'NS~ZP 01'~'rC'm~H Crawford Twp., Mtg .... 16.00 SECONDAH, Y ~,OAD Armco Metal Products, J Pipe .............. 2559.64 Altorfer Machinery Co., ~arts & Sere ......... 677.88 Ch&s Berdo, Surfacing __ 133.80 Bu~ckWa!ter Motors, :Parts & Sere ....... 95.16 Continental Safety Equip., White caps __ 18.80 Kenneth Cuddeback, R. O. W ........... 200.00 Contractor's Supply, Inc., Blades 684.42 Certified La ~)or a~or{e~r- Supl ............... 55.60 Carson Plumbing & Heating, Materials __ 16.04 Crossett D X, Sere ..... 772.61 Douds Stone, Inc., Rock 651.20 Chas. Friese, Easement 162.00 Fairfield Industrial Supply, Oil ........ 7.20 Fidlar & Chambers, Supl ............... 24.25 Federal Land Bank, Sere. .............. 20,00 Freshwaters Feed & Grain, Tile .......... 299.76 Farrell's Office Supply, Signs .............. 10.85 Gob Chevrolet, Parts __ 11.67 Harold's Sinclair, Serv. 3.00 Hamstrom Hubly Tractor Co., Parts .......... 158.31 IIardsoch Pneumatic Tools Co., Equip ..... 800.00 Ro~ert Huber, Expenses 50.80 Hanson Construction Co., Bridges ........... 8392.46 International Harvester, Parts, Equip ....... 2913.91 Iowa Generator Co., Sere. & Parts ........ 57.61 Cancer-- Mrs. Richard Lichty, Mrs. J.~m L. YGder, Mrs. Woldemar -Zinn, Mrs. Omar Ropp, Mrs. Fay W. Boone, Mrs. Claude I Preston, Mrs. Amos Hostetler, Mrs. Howard Spreacker, Lu- cille Swartzendruber, M r s. Emil Schtahaugh, Elizabeth' C. Mast, Mrs. Velma Way, Mrs. L. Dawid Yoder, Mrs. Gareth Swartzerrdruber, Mrs. V. D. Hochstetler, Mrs. Terry Spitz- er, Mrs. Clog Troyer, Mrs. Ar- tur Bachman, Mrs. Elmer L. Yoder, Mrs, Ernest Ropp, Mrs. L. J. Strickler, Mrs. George E. Fry, Mary B0ntr,ager, Mrs. Stan.ley Dawson, Mrs. Lloyd Parttel, Mrs. Joe Chody, Mrs. Letitia Kron, Mrs. Dale K. Oingerich, Mrs. A. J. Haber- man, Mrs. Ro~ald ~artand, Mrs. H. E. Peterseim and these ctub members, Mrs. Wll- tis W. Gingerich, Mrs. Reese Trusl~r, Mrs. Lyre Fry and Mrs. Joe Allen. Other club members assist- ing with the planning were Mrs. Don Miller, Mrs. C. J. McKenzie, Marie Jackson and Mrs. Eugene Way. Honored At Shower Mrs. W. J. Logan and daughter, Margaret, were co- hostesses .at a linen shower, Tuesday evening in the Logan home, honoring bride-elect Ellen Spenner. During 'the evening various games were' played and Miss Spenner was presented an array of tineni gifts, after wh~ich refresh- ments were served. Those sharing the courtesy with the honoree, were her mother, Mrs. Will,tam Spen- ner, Mrs. Ezra Hoc~tedler Laura, Marlene and Twtla, Doris Schrock, Route Mast, Mrs. Roman Miller, Jeanette, Charlene, Carolyn, Elaine and Joyce Brenneman. Mr. and Mrs. James Howard are visiting this week with her sister, Mrs. Lewis E. Yod- Iowa Resources Council, Fee ................ 10.00 Iowa State Industries, Signs ............ 626.40 Industrial Towel Serv., Sere ............... 8.58 Johnson Upholstery Service, Sere ......... 16.00 Kaser Construction Co., Rock .............. 3665.13 Loveless Supply Co., Parts .............. 18.26 Dick Lins Repair, Equip. Parts ........ 195.95 Mace Motor Co., Parts _- 49.04 ,Miller Welding, Parts -- 479.19 Messer Oil Co., D. Fuel & Oil .............. 461.90 New Method Equipment Co., Equip. __, ....... 292.00 Ottumwa Clean Towel Service, Serv ......... 4.85 Premier Fastener Co., Hdwe ............. 187.21 Perdock Olds-Cadillac, Parts .............. 17.41 Quarry Supply Co., Supl ............... 177.53 Edwin Reha, R.O.W. _- 229.14 Ruble Motor Co., New Car & serv ........... 1094.81 Reliable Culvert Co., Pipe .............. 8404.54 River Products Co., Rock .............. 7475.54 aGe's Heating & Hdwe., Supl ................ 46 Gale Reif, Serv ....... 287.00 :Chas. C. Snyder, Sheriff, Kolosick condem- nation ............ 1566.75 Chas. C. Snyder, Sheriff, Ahrens condemnation 2526.12 Snap On Tools Corp., Tools .............. 52.47 Sinclair Refining Co., Gas 759.22 Standard Tar Product~, Creo. oil .......... 115.50 Edgar Stout, R.O.W. ' 592.67 Seig Ottumwa Co., Parts, paint ........ 169.44 Sifter Auto Parts, Parts .............. 385.73 Steel Lumber, Posts .... 85.00 Standard Blue Print, Supl ............... 40.27 Sorrell Auto Parts, Parts, Sere ......... 20.73 Tlndal Farm Supply, Seed 70.00 Michael Todd & Co., Torches ............ 21.94 Twinks Radiator Shop, Serv ............... 43.00 Valley Supply & Equipment, Supl. __ 20.04 Lynn Wagamon, Serv. __ 98.00 Zep Mfg. Co., Soap .... 33.68 On motion the appointment and bond of Ann McBee as Deputy Clerk of the District Court were approved. The reports of :Robert E. Por- ter, Clerk of the District Court; Waiter W. Sehroeder, County Auditor; Chas C. Snyder, Sheriff; and Glenn B. Holden, Justice of the Peace for the quarter ending March 31, 1966, were approved. The report of the Soldiers' Relief Commission for the quarter ending March 31, 1966, was ap- proved. Application and bond for a Class "B" Beer Permit from Amvets Post No. 107, I~c. of Richmond, Iowa, was approved on a two to one vote. On motion Mildred See was appointed as County Public Health Nurse, starting as of May 1, 1966, at a salary of $300.00 per month from %Vashington County. The resignation of S. W. Kaster as Chairman of Wash- ington County Civil Defense Ad- ministration was accepted. On motion recess wa~ taken until reconvened by the call of the Chairman. Clifford L. Conklin Chairman, Board of Supervisors Attest: Walter W. Schroeder County Auditor Pleasantview m On Thursday, April 14 res- idents who had birthday an- niversaries during ~he month were honored at a birthday d !i n n e :x ~irmluding: Allen Beachy, Merino C~ingeric~, W. S. Guengerich, Mary Miller, Fannie Marner and Margaret Hicks who will be 101 years of age on April 29. Edna C~aig attended a club meeting in the home of her son, Carl on Wednesday. Lucy Edwards of Mt. Piea- sant was a guest of her sister, Emma Hofer last Tuesc~ay. Two residents died during the past week, Emma Shalta on April 16 and Annie P. Yoder on April 20. J. N. Pl%illips is on the sick ~ist. Mrs. Mile Ruegsegger, Gault, Me. visited Guido Rueg- segger and Menno Gingerich this week. Mr. arid Mrs. Titu~ Sch~ock of Des Moines and Blanche Brown were Sunday guests of Ada Yoder. Mr. ,and Mrs. Ira Nissley of t h e Liberty congregation, South English, helped with the serving in the kitchen and George S. Miller, Well- man, brought the message on Sunday. er and other relatives and friends here. The Howards are enroute from the~ former Baltimore home, to make their future home in Cali- fornia. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Yo,der and Mrs:. H. V. Beck were among guests entertained in .the Lloyd Durst home in Wellman. Mr. ~nd Mrs. Joseph Boyer and f,amAly visited d~ring the weekend ~n ~he parental George Hynick home ~t Ed- dyvitle and the parent@l Er- rett Bo~er home near O~- tumwa. Mr. and Mrs. M~rvin Hos- tetler, Joyce and Jeanne of Mttscoda, Wisconsin w e r e Thursday overnight guests of the Emmet Hochstedler fam- ily. Alice Bender, Oxford, u~t- derwent an emergecy append- ectomy in a I~artsas City, Me. hospital ta~t Wednesday even- ing. She was a member of the Hesston College Choir who were giving the final con+cer~ of their spring tour in Kan- sas City ~hat evening before returning ~o ttesston. Mr. and Mrs. Ctayton Knepp a~d family of C~arden City: Missuuri, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Knepp and family and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaepp ,and family were sup- per ~uests of Mr. and Mrs. John Knepp and sons on April 8th. The Kalona News ~NA, IOWA 52249 Establiehed in 1881 C. C. SHIMON, Publisher Official PaPer Washington Ceunt~ Official Paper Town of galena Subscription $2.50 Per Year Published Thursday, except the third Thursday in August and the Thursday of Christmas week. Entered at the Poet Office of Kalona~ Iowa for transmission through the marl ae second class matter under Act of Congress of August 24, 1913 and a~ amended by the acts of March 3. 1933 and July 2, 1946. Local News Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Hoch- stetler of Kalona; Mrs. Lois Fourt of Iowa City; Mrs. Mar- vin Dickel of Davenport; and Ann Reiner of Motine, Ill., were among those a~tending the presentation of 'Orpheus of the Underworld' given by the Marycrest and SL Am- brose students Saturday even~ ing at the Assumption high school auditorium. Mrs. Hoch- stetler's niece, Rita Keening, was a meml~r of Vl~e cast. The Hochstetlers and Mrs. Fourt were weekend guests of" the Dickel f,amily in Daven- port and were joined there Sunctay by Mrs. ~lalne Tyler and James of Marion. Dinn,er guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Miller and Elsie were Mr. and Mrs. Enos Miller, Mary Ann h~tUer and Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Dlckel and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stag- nor were in Mason City dur- ing ,the weekend, where they attended the State Pl~rrnacy Cor~vention. ,During their ab- sence, Bill and Bob Stagner were guests in the Carl Craig Jr. home near P#ivenside. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan A~t were Sunday guests of their son and dattghter-in-~law, Mr. and Mrsl Jerry Alt in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Walter iVRller and family of Wellman were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Troyer and family. Evening guest~ of the! Troyers were ~er brother-in-! taw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. i ~ary LaB~u~t~,, a~nd famll~l of West Branch. Linda Yoder was a Sunday guest of Melody Mullet in the parental Henry Mullet home. Roy. ,and Mrs. John D. Woodin were in Pella, Mon- day and Tuesday, attending a conference for Baptist rain-i isters and ~tmtr wives. I Mr. and M~. Lloyd Pleckerl and Sandra visited during l the weekend with their son-i in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. P~onald Yersak a n d daughter in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hab- erman and Patty of Wayland were Monday even~4 visit- ors in the A. J. Haberman home, and Pa~t C]amahan w~s a supper guest of ,bhe I~aber~ mails Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. JOh~ Nafz~ger from Canada, and Mr. and Mrs. Old, Is Nafziger were Sunday evening oaRers of Mrs. Lydia Bren~eman. Mr. and Mrs. Glair Bailey accompa~ed by Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Burkley w~re in Moline, Illinois Sunday w~ere they attended a wedding recep- tion for cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hendr~x. M~s. Hendrix is the former Evelyn, C~ine. Sunday ~f~ernoon carters of Mr. and Mrs. IAoyd Knepp and Mrs. Alice ~men w~re Mias Fannie Eimen of Way- land; and Mrs. Omer Ging- erich. Mr. and Mrs. Iva~ Burk,ley visited Wednesday with their daughter, l~rs. Wayr~e Gard- ner and farrAly in Iowa City. FIRE THEFT LIABILITY SKOLA INSURANCE AGENCY YOUR ~) PHARMACY Farmers Savings Bank DIAL 656-2265 KALONA Representing the Hartford Fire Insurance Co. Group Hartford, Connecticut Grace Kessler fell and frac- tured a bone in her foot last week. She accompanied her sister, Mrs. Carrie Lager to her Washington home where she is recuperating at 404 Ernst Van Buren St. Mr. and Mrs. I~. V. Beck were weekend guests of Mrs. R. S. Forbes in Mr. Pleasant. Mr. and ,Mrs. so~ were dinner day evening of Mr. A. J. Haberman. D~r~,er guests the Mose P. Yoder Mr. and Mrs. J. and sons, Mrs. neman, Sherman d augh~ter, Barbara. MID-PRAIRIE SUMMER READING PROGRAM Mid-Prairie Schools a r e making pla~s to hold a sum- mer school offering instruc- tions in special reading. The session willrun for six weeks commencing Monday, June 6, and enc~ing Tuesday, July 19. The d,aflY schedute witl be 1:3024 p.m. Any students enrolled in grades 1-6 attending elemen- tary attendance centers in Kalona, W.ellman, West Chester, Holy Trinity in Rich- mend, Washington and the rural ~choo!s on Township and County assigned to Prairie are e~igible to There is no tuition transportation will be ed from galena, West ,and W~shington 'Schoo!ls. Classes will ~in the W e~Iman building. Any parent ing their youngsters to should complete the registration b~ank and to: Tom L. tary Principal, MID-PRAIRIE SUMMER READING PROGRAM June 6 - July 19 ~ 1:30 - 4:00 P. M. PAI~ENT ADDRES~ PHONE NAME OF STUDENT GRADE IN 1966-67 Please send in registration blanks no later than FridaY, 5.95 Synthetic S 49c size 2 for 50c Liquid for Dishes - 1 pt. All Purpose Cleaner 1 pt. 12 oz. 69c Hess & Clark Iron for baby ~igs in ule form. Buy o package for $1.98 with the coupon back. 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