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drivers honored ten drivers for the continuous years of accklcnt frec driving, Recognition was given during awards banquet in iowa City May 7. Employees attending were, scaled, flom left, Mel lyder (seven years), Ron Marncr. Stailding, from left, Merle Bontragcr {one year), Brenneman, Mike Marner (ten years), Roger I,eichly (eighl yeals) and I,cs Yodcr d Day the battle ts will be day at how rates of wccd USDA will in no-till lques for Revenue Iowa check tbr cash This is 'identify assist mg casn business m cash from rust report mg Form controlling ikm}pean corn borer. The field day also fealurcs a review of the crop season by Kcvin Van Dee, superintendc|n of the Southeast Research Farm, and a discussion of berseem clover and other allernative I'orayes by ISU Extensmn h}rage specialist Steve Barnhart, Plot tours will begin at 2:30 and 6:30 p.m. Washington County I}ork Producers will serve a n)eal at 5 p.m. To reach Ihc farm, follow U.S. Highway 218 I 3/4 miles ~,outh of {'rawfordsville, lhen _.2 mile~, easl on county road G-62, then 3/4 mile north. Signs will be posted. A garden fiehl ~t;~y is sche{hlle{I for At,guM I. We will sell the following described properly I{}catcd on the southeast corner of F'leasanlview Home g|'{}t|nds or 81 I-3rd Street, KaItllla, Iowa. Watch for signs. Saturday, June 4, 1994 Starting at 9:30 a.m. Household - Bedding & Etc. Nice & Old Dishes - Cookware Lizzie & Mary Hochstetler: Owners Auctioneer: C_'l~'stcr Miller Terms: ('a'Ja or good ch{.ck 319-656-2359 Clerk: Nisly Clerking Not Responsible in case qfm~{'tdcnls {}r Ilal/ls Statements made sah' day lakP precedence ovPr prinl. imp.---- i i Watch for auction arrow., Wsst of Audubon, Iowa on 190th St. and 1/4 mile South on Alfred has been collecting horse buggys, wagons and years, and is dispersing this collection due to health reasons. ........ ~,, iX [ .... , eight Wagon t TWO seat spring buckb0arcl Wagon Prinn b"- . ~ ' ~ ~:~' . uggy w/velvet seat buggy. seats). Y. on rubber w/spring n rubber. Single seat buckboard Old side saddle. Miniature buckboard wagon. 2 row horsedrawn cultivator. Horsedrawn dump rake. Horsedrawn plow. Horsedrawn 1-row cultivator. Sweat pads. Hay slings. Hay fork. Uggy. arts. Orse collars. d anl MF #65 Diesel tractor, WF 3 pt., new motor 3 pt. 7' Ford mower. Steel wheel gear. Post hole digger. 3 pt. hoe. Grain-o-vator. - Grain-o-vator for parts. Tumble bug. Tr~ib'-r to haul NF tractor. PHONE 712/563-3869 , owners ~nssn TERMS: Cash Nothing removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. CLERKS: John Ruddy Mike Ruddy To test pressure THE KAIX)NA NEWS - Thursday, June 2, 1994- Page I I canner gauges 3 p.m. Lids may he brought in any Monday, and picked up any lilnc Washington County Extension time during the week for testing on following the testing period. Service will test gauges of pressure canners beginning Monday, June 6, at the Extension Office, 209 South Marl(m, Washinghm. V(}htnlccrs C;tr(}l Wehr and Mary Sopcr wcrc trained by ISU Area Field Food & Nutrition Specialist, l}atlicia Steiner. The accuracy of dial gat|ges can be tested by ,i, bringing in only the lid of the canner. Weight gauges do not need to be tested for accuracy, Testing will be done each Monday, June 6, 13, 20, 27 from 2 - Kalona News 419 B Ave. 656-2273 ir ir ir LAWN SEEDS "ff We Have Available Bluegrasses: Hard Fescue : ~1" Chewing * Fine .... Perennial Rve rasses llr lk Let us help you with your Lawn Seed needs. Custom Seed Mixing is A vailable Stop In At STRINGTOWN ADDITION r 2080 540th Street * Kalona ~, THE ITEM$NEEO "k WE HAVE Located at Duwa's Auction building 1 1/2 miles west of Wellman, IA on Hwy. 22 (Note - There is a detour between Kalona and Wellman) ay, June 11, 1994 9:00 a.m. FURNITURE Gone With The Wind and Tiffany Lamps - Tapestry & Quilts - Granite - Glassware - Toys - Stoneware - Advertising - Coins Open House Showing: Friday Evening, June 10th 6:00-8:00 p.m. Auctioneers Note: Come prepared as 2 rings will be selling at different times of the day - Starting at 9:00 a.m. with collectibles - Fttrniture to sell at 12:00 noon, lamps will be sold with flwniture shortly afler noon. Bessie Bl0mme Estate & Others: Owners Duwa's Auction Service Auction Site Phone: (319) 646-6775 Home Phone (319) 646-6772 Auctioneers: Dwight Duwa Clerk: Bohr Clerking Service Jerry Wohler Terms: ('.ash Harold Bohr Lunch on grounds by Country Cookin' Not responsible in case {}f accidenls {}r ihcfI II I John Rhodes will sell at auction the following described household, furniture, shop tools, etc. at the B-4 Building, across from the Farmers Savings Bank, downtown Kalona on Starting promptly at 9:00 a.m. FURNITURE Montgomery Ward refrigerator & freezer across top; Amana 10' chest freezer; Amana microwave & stand; Itidc-a-bcd, real nice, floral design, tan & brown, real firm: old bedroom suite including bed, innerspring & box spring; chest of drawers; dresser, excellent; real nice bedroom st|lie with innerspring & box spring; chest of drawers & dresser; end tables; swivel rocker; 3 wingback overstuffed chairs; nice coffee table; magazine racks; basket magazine rack; 4 dining room chairs with cloth covered seats; combination record player and radio; late model Electrolux sweeper with power head; 4 drawer steel filing cabinet; globe on stand; pair of touch table lamps; several other nice table lamps; end stands; electric Singer sewing |nachine, cabinet, & stool; heavy duty electric Singer sewing machines & cabinet; Humidifier; small book racks; Hollywood b'ed with box & innerspring |nanrcss; high chair; porch swing; florescent desk lamp; army cot; utility cart; ironing board; waste paper baskets; lots of pictures & frames; small tiling box; kitchen chair; wood chimes; light fixtures; steel cabinet; set of 4 nice suitcases; step stool; folding chairs: Hoke hand sweeper; electric fast heat disc heater; pole lamp; walker OLD THINGS Old solid oak wood bottom for kitchen cabinets has 3 drawers, 3 doors & measures 5'10" long x 31" high x 24" deep; dresser without mirror; old trunk; covered hassock: reproduction gun) ball machine; 5 old round wooden cheese boxes; 2 round cheese boxes made to hassock; library table; 2 sets of quilt frames with stand & clamps; many straw or cane baskets of all sizes; several printed feed sacks; oil cloth covered baskets; 2 granite coffee pots; 2 granite tea kettles; old tin canister sets: kitchen chair; wooden crates; lots of rags & other rugs; lever action nut cracker; sad irons with wooden handles; burh~p material; stand CRAFT - UPHOLSTERY & lots of yarn; candles and candle making things; la|'ge wood ring for embroidery or quilting; box of craft hooks & patterns; batting; lots of Christ|has decorations; upholstery manual & tools: sheets: pillows; bedding KITCHEN & COOKING 5 piece lAfctime cookware set; stainless steel roaster; stainless bowl set; electric skillet: GE electric hand mixer; electric steam iron; electric waffle iron; electric stew pot; blender; 2-4 quart pressure cookers: collander; electric coffee pot: knife; toaster; St, nheam electric can opener; Osterizer blender; electric 30 cup coffee maker; fruit jars; large box of cookbooks, old & new; gallon electric ice cream freezer with wooden bucket; pie tins; cake pans; & many misc. kitchen equipment; a few old & new dishes; fold step stool; lots of Tuppcrware & Rubbernmid; 20-clean white 5- galh)n plastics buckets with lids; small electric hot plate; granite canner; freezer boxes; new punch bowl Full set of 27, 1964 Funk & Wagmalls Encyclopedias, real clean; Ideal magazines, Iron Men Thrasher Machine Magazine; many other good books. with 12 cups & ladle LAWN - GARDEN & SHOP Ariens 30" electric start riding mower ahnost new; garden cart; Ho|nelite weed whip, excellent; electric power blower and vacuum; ,":,ears electric grass shears: electric hedge trimmer; Black & Decker circular saw: hand garden sprayer; 3 garden hoses & soaker: aluminum & wood step ladders; I0" alun)inum ladder: hand hedge trimmer; 5 lawn & garden ,'akes: 2 hoes: potato fork; shovels; spade; 2 snow show:Is; 3 ga~ cans; aluminum scoop; sand shovel; axes; garbage can; pair trestles; wooden rabbil flap (il catches 'era); lots of flower pots; tool holders; electric cords; lawn chair webbing; ninny drop cords; roll of paper; 50' steel tape measure; 18" original crescent wrench,', used for steam engine in excellent condition; 421 piece socket set; electric drill; level: hand saw; grease gun; bh}ck & tackle; pipe wrenches: olher calpenler ~ mectmnic tools; other items not mentioned. This is {11I lifetime accumulation, whal you need is here. BEDDING Heavy duty Singer sewing machine; upholstery hmdware; material, fabrics; trim; thread; screws, etc; AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Remember the time - 9:00 a.m. Sale order, Kitchen & .(?poking, Furniture, Old Things, Ariens lawn mower, Lawn & Shop tools then finish. "i Clerk: Kalona 1+-4 Clerking Terms: Cash Auctioneer: Chester A. Miller ~t 319-656-2359 ,, i Lunch is Available ii Not Respons;ble in Case of Accident. :, All statements made sale day take precedence over printed advertisement. :i i II I III I I I IJ III I II I I II III I III