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THE KALONA NEWS, ~AY, APRIL 21, 1966 ;,; . a Wolverines double Farm Journal ? for a light, rug- work shoe or Sure they're ~Wolver- in soon and give your c24 Corn, oats, bearish. Sharon Feed, Inc. 23tic d goods Slaubaugh will be on Saturday, May of good house- or furniture items wel- A. Miller, 656- 2 bedroom modern 656-2346. Jerry c23 for my mother in May. Live in. p24 potato plants. brders now. Mrs. Noah Sam H. Miller. p~3 in portraiture stop in house to be ct what's be- !:' and the weather. Re- all guaranteed. Phone & Sons, 656-2347. 18tie and exter- service. Winter estimates. Albert A. 644-2489, Solon, Iowa. p28 FOR SALE--Insecticide applicat- or for John Deere planter, excel- lent condition. Patterson Seed and Supply, phone '653-3413. c23 FOR SALE--Holstein bull calf, 8 months old. Out of high producing ~cow. John S. Yoder Jr., Rt. 1, Ka- lona. c23 FOR S~3,E--8 and 9 foot hedge corner posts. Joe Barclay, Wilton Junction, Iowa. 7E32-2721. p25 WANTED--To buy a dependable driving mare, not too old. Contact Eli S. Bontrager, Sharon. p23 BROOD SOWS--Leased for share of litter. Farrow April 15 through June 15. Vaccinated for cholera. T. L. Liggett, Rt. 4, Fairfield, Iowa. c23 CHIPPEWA Charlies says: Just arrived at Marner's -- New ship- ment of Chippewa Shoes and Boots for men with man-sized jobs. Try a pair on today. Chippewas keep feet rested as when sun come up at dawn, even after walk 'um all day on trails. Marner's. c24 IT'S HERE -- The biggest sales event of the year--Spring Hard- ware-Housewares Week. We'll be featuring bargains galore in fam- r ous brand-name merchandise. It's l a sale you can't afford to miss-- __ we've got the best buys of the year in ~Iappy Home Values for Mom and Pop, all of the kids. Bring the family down and help us celebrate Spring Hardware- Housewares Wee~:. You?ll be glad you did! Your handy helpful hard- ware man. Snair Hardware Co. c23 TWO IMPORTANT reasons why Green Colonial is your best fur- nace buy: Skilled workmanship, ! and engineered fuel economy. Con- venient payments. Miller Hard- ware, phone 656-2,618. c23 FOR RENT -- Apartment and sleeloing rooms; also 200 gal. oil tank. Charles O. Brown, 646-6517. p24 DRI- CRETE cement for the small jobs or patching, all you do is add water and go to work Mix. lures to suit all jobs. Bag or ton Mellinger Lumber Co.. Ealona dial 656-2616. 40tfc FOR SALE -- Rendering works tankage, $115 per ton. Medium red clover $21 per bushel. Orchard grass, $3.64 a bushel. Jay Fig- gins .... 19tic. GIRLS... ENTER TODAY! Z z FAVORITE FARMER'S DAU6HTER WIN.' All.expense paid air trip fo~r two to Washin[ton, D.C, a" $300 wardrobe a 3-piece set of matched luggage Imuse transistor radio and a portable TV set [] 2.Runners-Up LuKpge; Transistor radio. RULES: ^n, iowa,id who i, single; between ]6 and 21; parents actively engaged in farming, is eligible. Em- ployeee and families of the WMT Sta- tions and Iowa Electric Light and Power Co. are ineligible. Secure OFFICIAL EH- TRY BLANKS at WMT Stations or iowa Electric Light and Power Company. g, IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER CO. m., ,, WMT STAT|ONSr FOR S,ALE--International 1 to 2 h.p. gas engine. Victor Mal- ichky, Kalona, dial 656-2491. c26 MAY Breakfast for the public at St. Joseph's hall, Wellman, on Wednesday, May 4, 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. Rolls, coffee, ju~ice, p24 FOR SALE--Golf cart, used one season and bag, everything for 20. Call 656-2531. c23 W~TED--Feed or brooder shed, and for sale, rabbit pens. 648-2551 Riverside. p23 PLEASE, will the party who re- moved tools from the Laundromat return same. c23 WANTED -- 7-can milk cooler. Mark Hershberger, Rt. 2, Kalona. p23 F~OR SALE ~ 3 bedroom house. 716 A Ave., Kalona. Immediate! possession. Dave ,Plank, ph. 656- ~349. c23 WANTED--Reliable plant laborer, above average wage. Dial 683- 2752 between 5 and 7 p.m. c23 WANTED -- Man to mix feed. Should have chauffeur license. Ap- ply Welkona ~Feed Plant, Wellman Iowa. c23 FOR SA,LE -- John Deere 2-row corn planter with Candy fertilizer attachment; also a 2-row horse drawn planter. James Donohoe, Rt. 2, Williamsburg. p23 WANTED--Help in county home, to live in. Call 656-2256 Kalona. c23 FOR SALE -- Registered Ameri- can Eskimo white Spitz p~ppies. Leonard and Merle Hochstedler, 656-2005, Kalona. c23 WANTED--~C~ank to fit a 6 quart White Mountain freezer. Joe Jr. Miller, Rt. 2, Kalona. p23 STAMPS --Don't forget to fill your stamp book. We give U. S. i Saving Stamps. Strickler Bros., Kalona. lltfe !FOR SALE--1964 Chevrolet Bel j Air 4 door, power steering, Power- glide, radio, also motor heater. Less than 6,000 miles J. M. Gna- gey, 656-2~69. p23 WANTED--Ride from cheese fac- tory to Iowa City from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. 656-2565. p24 WANTED ~ To do custom field spraying for weed control using &trazine and Treflan. Noah A. Yoder, Rt. 1, Kalona, dial 656- 2762. 1)27 FOR SALE -- 19~3 4-wheel D-C 'Case tractor, live power-take-off. Eagle hitch. Dick Wiley, at. 2, Washington. 1>23 WANTED--Lawn mowing. Denny Miller, 656-2632. Dennis Miller, Kalona. c23 FOR ~SALE--Team of bay work mares, weigh about 1500 pounds, 6 years old, well broke. Will be sold at Horse Sale, May 2 if not sold before. Irvin Chupp, Rt. 2, ! Kalona. p23 FO'R SALE ~ Springs. ,Call 656u 2672. Edwin Hoste.tler, Kalona. p23 FOR SALE--Dressed springs, call 656-2594. Vera Bender, Kalona. p23 FOR SALE--V-can Star milk cool- er, late model with drop lid; also four 10-gal. milk cans. Henry E. Bontrager, 646-~2337 ~ellman. p24 WANTED ~ Babysitting. Contact Cindy Figgins. Dial 656-2845. p24 ROO'FING AND Spouting. Con- tact Eldon Ropp, Rt. 2, Kalona, or J. Edward Yoder, dial 656-2684, Rt. 2, Kalona. 23tic W~AJNTED--Babysitter in my home for two girls, 4 and 6 years old. 5 day week. G. L. Gienger, 451 Hawkeye, Iowa City. Phone collect ~37-3612 after 5 p.m. c23 FOR SALE~Used equipment in- cluding: 40-gallon electric water heater; two 50-gallon electric water heaters; 2 jet puraps; wall. ! GO WESTEI~N!, Buy Red Wings INd. ,I14~6 Pe'cos Slip~on I~oot. This boot features 9-in. velva retan up- per, sweat-proof insole, inch wide steel shank, neoprene cork sole. Stop in today and feel the comfort :of this top selling slip-on boot by Red Wing. Marner's. c26 WANTED --.Single buggy box and seat. Tobe Yoder, Rt. 1, Ka- lona. p23 FOR SALE--36-foot Viking ele- vator, with motor, in good con- dition. Also yearling Holstein bull with good record. Harley D. Miller, Rt. 1, Kalona, 68~-2573. c~ M-P STUDENTS IN STATE MUSIC CONTEST Mid-Prairie music students earned six division I raMngs in the s~te music contest held last Friday and Saturday at Slgourney. Instrumental students earning top rat&rigs inclt~ded Barbara Beckman,-~ flute solo; Sue K~esey, flute solo; clarinet trio composed of Nancy M.angoid, Eaten Russell and Bey Klnsinger; and the percussion ensemble consisting of Kathy Bauer, K~thy Grout, Emm~ Swartz- endruber, Virginia Wagarnon Sue Wetrich, Bill Niffenegger and Jeff Wade. I~ivision I rat- ings in vocal music included Phil l~o~th, bar,tone solo and boy's quartet consisting of Craig Hesser, Jeff Wa~e, Bill Nfffenegger and Phil l%oth. There were seven.~een d~vi- sion II ratings ~n, olu~ng in- strumental soloists K a r e n Russell, c latchet; V&~lniR Beckr~an,~,, clarinet; J e a n i Ruegsegger, a l ~ o clarir~et; Cr, aig Hesser, trombone; and Julle Ha.rtzler, oboe. Vocal soloists receiving dl~isior~ iI CUSTOM CORN shelling and cob crushing, power corn auger. Jacob M. Kauffman, 68~-2747. 24tic M-P GIRLS WIN TRACK MEET The ,Mid-Prai.r~e gir~s ,track team won ~he ~ular mee~ w.ith Lone Tree and Highland. Mid-Pra~rle received 68 poirtts while I.~ne Tree scored 29 and ~ig.hland 27. Mid-Prairie won 11 of .the 16 events. In field even,ts Trudy Kos won %~he shot put wi,th ,a throw of 27 feet 7-in. ,and Pam (~x.~chke came in second w~ith a throw of 25-ft. ll-in. Diane Ehrenfel~ won the softball thr~w with 166- ft. 5-in. and Ckmnte Ehren- felt came in ~ With 150- ft. ll-in. The broad Jur~p went to Mary Schaefer v~th a jump of 14-ft. ~-in. PhyN lis Plecker came in tbArd with 12-ft. 7-in. Diane Ehren~elt also got ~econd in the high jump. Janet Kos received third place in the discus With a throw of 69-ft. 8~-~n. In the relays M~d-Prairle rece|ved first in the 880 yard relay with a ,time of 2:0.2.1 TI~ .team consoled of Pris- cilia Wyse, Diane E~renfelt Con~nte Ehrenfel~ and Janet Kos. The 320 meter shuttle rely. y team of Phyll~ Ialecker Barb 17~dda, Kos and Mary ~e~haefer won with t~me of 46 seconds. Debble Spreacker, Baxb Rax/da, Mau- reen Strab~la and Mary Schaefer won ,their 140 yard medley with a time of 59.5 ~seconds. The 880 medley also l went to Mid-Prairie for 2:16.9 with the ,teaxn of Mary Schaefer, Barb Radda, Phyllis Plecker and Trudy Kos. The 440 yard relay team of Phyllis l~lecker, Priscilla Wyse, Deb- bie Spreacker and Patronize theADVERTISERS ........ III J Ht: We h~ve a new Ever-re~ly a~sortment, and do we have batteries? For flashlights, r~dlos, hearing ~ds, a n d whatever needs a battery we now have it. Al~o, don't forget--we have Lady Brooke shoe dye, in 9 colors (and such pretty colors). ,Have you seen our '~Ap- Plx' ,l~oto Albums? A really n~ce way to keep snap shots, and also we have the fillers- 'this would testily make a n~ce gift for C~ran4ma, Orandpa, Mom or the sweet young graduate. Do you need a good clothes brush? We have them~they are ca~led Oxeo-N~p brush, and c~ be used for cleaning- conditioning clothes, uphols- tery, carpets ~nd sell for only $1.19. Don% forget guls, we have the new C~airol Summer Blond! We have some new ~lavors in dietetic products ~ you do know we have them? Orange Perfection, M/nts (spearm~t, l~icor~e and butterscotch) and gum in all f~avors. Do you need a good pair of some really g~od support.elas- tic ho~e? We have them, and they are macle by Bauer and Bl~ck and axe cdlled U, ltreer BOB ROE'S Heating & Hardware, Washington, Iowa. Lennox fur- nace and air conditioning; Pride of Farm hog waterers and stock tanks, ltfc FOR RENT--Clarke rug shampoo machine. Clean your own ru~ and get a professional job at low cost. Mellinger Lumber Co., K~- lomb. 4~fe NOTICE--You call we haul, grain, rock, sand or turkeys. Duane Yoder, 656-2354. 30tfc FEEDING MOLASSES--S49.00 a ton delivered. Strickler Bros. Ka- lona dial 656-2416. 18t~c NOTICE--Cheek with us before you sell your corn. D. & H. ,Feed and Grain, 656-2516. 28tfc TRENCHING, pipelines, cables, footers, drains, etc; Bontrager & Slabach, Kalona, 656-2856 or 656- 2@19. 40tfc NOTICE--Check with ~s to con- tract new soybeans. D & H Feed and Grain, Kalona. 656-2516. 37tfe FOR ROCK, Sand, gravel or lime- stone, dial 656-26~, ~ugene Way for prompt service, |ltfe FOR SALE---~ood inside cellar stairs, 3~-~t~x~-~; bay win.. dow. Mrs. Katie Schlabach, Rt. 1, Kalona. e23 furnace; also bath tu~s, lavatories and toilets. H. H. Plumbing and Heating, Kalona, dial 656-2005. c24 FOR $ALE--~ood breeding boars, Hampshire, Yorkshire, Duroc and Poland China. Also 16 Hampshire gilts, bred March 1. David Gray- vat, Rt. 3, Washington, dial 656- 2300. c23 FOR SALE---Badger silo unload- ers; liquid manure systems. The best in liquid manure handling. Daniel M. Yoder, Parnell, dial 646-2655. 18tic SHOP GAMBLES STORE in Ka- lona for your driers, washere, r~ frigerators, ranges, freezers, hard- ware and Imints. 18tfc WANTED ~ Water well boring. Large diameter concrete tile. M. L. Stephenson, Keota, phone 636- 3818 before 7 a.m. c22, FOR SALE--24-inch riding lawn mower. Wallace Morner, Rt. 1, Ks- rat in,~s included Abble Tim-]Ehrenfelt won w~th ~ time of m~r~s, Sue Hartzler, Marty157.7 seconds. Berend,ts and Paul Lampe.J Indiv~dual, running even,ts Ensembles earning II's were I that went ~ Mid-Prairie were brass 'quarter, French hOrn~t~e 220 yard dash With the quartet, clarinet quartet, two flute qu, artets, clarinet choir, woodwind quintet az~ct girl's sextet. I~ivtsion III raV~z~gs were awarded to Oor~ Canott, bas- soon, Terry Pemberton, bass; and glrl's sextet. S@turday, April 23 the conc.ert band and t~e g~l's chorus travel to Montezuma for ,the state large group music .con test~ Bob G aston is director of tnstxu- mer~t~l music and Roger Tut- ble is director of vocal music. GOLF CLUB ACTIVITIES Mrs. Amos Metllnger, secre- tary of the Kalo~a Golf Club, reports that Edw. Beranek WILL GIVE you a free makeup. Marie Norman Cosmetics Studio. Desda Lewis, 2217 Muscatine Ave. Iowa ,City, dial ~8-2942. Open 9 to 5:30 and evenings by appoint- ment. c24 time of 27.5 seconds to Janet Kos; the 880. ya.rd run to Mau- reen SCrabaia for 2:47.6; ~e 110 yard dash to Connie Ehr- enfelt with the time of 13.9 ,seconds. The second ~ that went ,to l~id-Pra~rle were the 320 meter shuttle htts~le relay team of Janis Batterson, Jeanie,]ns, Diane Ehren- felt ,and Trudy Kas; ~he 44 to Priscilla Wyse; and Jeanie ~Figgins also got third in the 110 yard d~tsh. The second placed ~earn, Lone Tree, received two first place~ .and s e v e n second pla~s. The first ~s went to Beade ~n the 8{) meter low hurdles w~th the time of 15 seconds; .and the 320 meter Elastic I~isery ~ these hose are z~u~, seamier, and have .tota~st~pport for veri- cose vein~ and other leg dis- orders. ~ashlon~ble smart for day or evening wear~ ele- gan, t seamless hod~a7 d~ so sheer, so Mght, so g~moro~s it g~ves the appea~nce of regular nylons on your legs, and most mportant, Uttreer ~ast4c Ho~ery provides you with full support, corre~i;~es- su~n ai,1 parts of the leg-- heel and toe won't bin