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- Thursday, April 28, 1994 - Page 7 THE KALONA NEWS ff' s of calls to Safety April 18 Wellmm there was a a van Officer of West her ex WILS very hm'd at in the house. remove him advised reported drives his with lertilizer a high rate of an officer m relx rled at their flag at the neighbor's. Tried to speak with landlord. Officer will speak to owner of dogs. Accidents Larry Thomann, Riverside, reported at 8:38 p.m. his daughter struck a deer on Old llighway 218 near ltighland School. Deer was removed from roadway. Damage over $500. John tluggins, Welhnan, relxmed at 4:01 p.m. a two vehicle accident without injuries at the intersection of llighway 1 and 636. Officer filed report. Aiusworlh Four Corners reported at 3:23 p.m. an accident involving a 1985 white semi tractor at the comer of I lighway 92 and 218. Nuisance Vehna Gingerich, Kahma, reported at 10:44 p.m. that twice today her garage door has opened for no re tmn at 909 J Avenue. Did not want to see an officer but will call if it happens again. Break-lns Andrea S mith of Wel hmm reported ac By Monica Miller Students at Kalona Preschool Center are having a busy spring. In addition to regular school activities such as hunting for dinosaur bones, they are learning lessons about cm'ing, giving and helping. Along with their families and teachers, the students m'e sponsoring a garage and bake sale to raise funds for the Doug Showaltcr fumily. (Doug was seriously injured in an automobile accident last fall.) Josh Showalter, Doug and Judy's son, is a student at the preschool. 'q-he students know Josh's dad was in the hospital for a hmg lime and it cost the f,'unily lots of money for his treatments," said Mary Beth Sammons, director of the Center. During class lime the students talk over the road. Located subject in Ainsworth. He seemed very confused. Subject revealed he is wanted for failure to appear in Jones County. Transported to Jones County. Illegal Dumping Mrs. Dean Wilkins, Wcllman, theircemeut at 1:36 p.m. she had'caught two reported at 7:26 p.m. someone about why they have undertaken the project. "l)oug's accident provided us with opportunity to talk about automobile safety, as well," said Smnmons. Students use their creative play time to design and leller neon pink posters advcrtising the sale and to design quill blocks for one of two unique quilts to be sold the &ty of the sale. Students learn lessons alxmt enterprise as they visit Grandpa's or l)ad'sor Mom's store to hang the advertisements. "The quills will be on display at Boatmen's Bank and Farmers Bank the week prior to the sale," said S unmons. The quills will be sold by silent auction to the highest bidder. Blocks for the quilt feature m'twork lrotn the preschool students its well messages to Josh from classmates. The preschoolers arc soliciting donations lk)r the gm'age and bake sale to be held at Farmers Savings Bank, May 7 from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. Anyone with items to donate may bring them to the basement of F umers Bank, Friday, May 6 from 1- 8 p.m. or Saturday morning during the s,'de. and 6. Officer will speak to all reported at parents involved. Wascut at Sueppel's Flowers, Kalona, last night, reported at 3:30 p.m. a possible a deputy breaking and entering occured at 433 given to the B Avenue. Time of the possible break-in unknown. Kahma, Abandoned Vehicle that h)r the Cathy Rhodes, Ainsworth, reported her white at 1:40 p.m. an abandoned vehicle vandalized at has been in the Ainsworth area the the alley, juveniles that broke into herscattered papers on both sides of the "This is truly a community effort," 11 p.m. residence. Rcquested an officer m road north of Wellm,'m on W38. Will Sammons said. "The bank has this activity speak with subjects. Subjects ages 5 contact the Advertiser and advise donated space for the sale, cost for Dogs past several days. License plate checked and advised vehicle is Caller from legitimate. 9 p.m. she Theft and the Dennis Miller, Welhnan, requested at 6:11 p.m. to speak with an officer two days. regarding possible theft of a radio owner, from 708 9th Avenue, Welhnan. re'rived S'', • uuement taken. Farmers Supply Sales, Kalona, Tan, Kalona, reported at 11:41 a.m. theft of a .ill. that a dog tractor and would like to speak with of 401 6th an officer. The tractor, missing since dng again, last Saturday, is a used John Deere Sl',eld< with Lawn Tractor, Model 262. Under With and will investigation. Erratic Driver Richmond, Four Comers, Ainsworth, reported barking at 2:13 p.m. that a male subject is all F. Buffer, JD, CLU d Financial Consultant in Wealth Accumulation Reduction Strategies for more than 20 years. 208 5th Street Kalona, IA 52247 (319)-656-3330 them of this. quilt materials has been reduced and Confrontations volunteers are quilting the blocks. Monica Ituffman, Riverside, All money raised will be given reported at 5:18 p.m. her son was directly m the Showalter family," she involved in a confrontation with an said. adult and would like to speak with Working together on the garage officer. The incident is under s,'de pmiect IT,t,; aftorded students at investigation, an emly age the opportunity to see Karen Gust, Kakma, reported at members of the Kalona community 6:03 p.m. her daughter and several work together to help someone in other juveniles were fighting in front need. of Lot #32, Mayllower Trailer Court, Kalona. Requested a deputy who spoke with all subjects involved. Mary Wetzel, Kalona, reported at 6:10 p.m. she was assaulted by a female juvenile at Lot #32, Mayflower Trailer Court,.Kalona. lllegal Parking An anonymous female reported at 3:11 p.m. three vehicles belonging to St,'u'line Corp. are p,'uked at ttighway 22 and 6th Avenue in a no parking zone. Officer spoke to vehicles owner city council. II I l I l The Mission Book Store Your Christian Book Store Books, Bibles, music, videos and gifts. 315 B Avenue Kalona, Iowa 52247 Stop In Or Call 656-3020 I / i I West Chester Alumni Potluck West Sunday, June 5, 1994 Eat at I p.m. Chester School - West Chester, lowa All West Chester alumni, friends, former students and former teachers, are invited to attend. LET'S RENEW ACQUAINTANCES AND JUST PLAIN VISIT!! Bring a dish to pass and your own table service. Drinks will be furnished. Dues for alumni .... $1.88 A Dill III lUl 12 • 10 oz. Ribeye Steaks 12 • 12 oz. Sirloin Steaks 12 • 16 oz. T-Bone Steaks 20 lbs. Hamburger 12 • 10 oz. Iowa Chops 12 • 6 oz. 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Benefit Basketball Game • pitting the Wellman Elementary Staff - against- Wellman Elementary Parents to be held at the Mid-Prairie High School on Saturday, April 30 at 7:00 p.m. -ALSO- Raffles to be held for: • Several Overnight Stays ,,$50 Savings °$50 gift certificate oSweatshirts °and lots of miscellaneous /all proceeds to go to Wellman Elementary for the ourchase of computers and video eauipment Tickets - - $3.00 Adults $2.00 Students Preschoolers are admitted FREE Available At Enos Miller 319-656-2006 304 J Avenue Kalona ;TRING TRIMMER GAS POWERED ugged Adjustable Handle MADE IN USA HLT-16 GAS-POWERED STRING TRIMMER • FAST-START UNIT • 1 TO 3 PULL STARTING • DUAL 15-INCH CUTTING SWATH • FINGERTIP CONTROLS • TOP-MOUNT LOW VIBRATION ENGINE • SOLID STATE IGNITION E-Z Line" Advance System Joe & Debblo Swadzentruber Downtown Kalona • (319) 656-2911