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7{} KALONA, WASHINGTON COUNTY, IOWA, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1961 NUMBER 29 Iowa System 15th Point system f o r including a l~Int,, allowance, will June 15, State ~r Carl tOday. date, all points on drivers will be books, and a version of the Receive Degrees Friday, June 9th Five Kalona area students will receive degrees at the State University of Iowa's spring commencement exer- cises on Friday, June 9 at 9:30 a.m. (cst) in the University Fieldhouse, Area students who will re- ceive degrees are: Master of Arts, Logan Reif, Marketing. Master of Arts, Frances will begin. Walker, Nursing. a news confer- ! Bachelor o f Business Ad- the revision was~ iministration to E v e r e t t Order to eiimin- Hershberger' Accounting. and misun-i Bachelor o f Business Ad- Which chkesi ministration Helen Elaine of the pres-J i Hochstetler, Business Educa- 1 point the record of Convicted of any 'traffic violation. aub~tantial change rule where- get different for different Violations will value" on uaCier the Pesch speeding 4 poinks, fai- ackks 3 and ira- lane of ira- .~r Who accttmu- on l~ record h~ Period will be beIore a tin and Office Management. Bachelor of Science in Nur- sing to Jane Kallaus, Rich- mond. Married In *) Wayland June ,, Miss Jane Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fish- er Brightom and Mr. Milford Hochstetler, son of Mr and Mrs. Ora Hoehstetler, Iowa City. were married Saturday, June 3, 1961 in the Sugar Creek Mennonite church, Wayland. The Rev. Vernon Gerig, Wayhmd assisted by the Rev. Robert Yoder Kalona, per- GALE WINDS SUblMER SCIIOOL Announce Engagement Em'ollmeuL has been corn- Mr. a n d Mrs. William L. ~' 0'Brian - Dayton Wedding Friday Miss Mary Lou O'Brian, daughter of Mr. and Mxs. Clarence Hayes, and David J. Dayton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Farnsworth of Kalona were married Friday evening, June 2, at the Christian Tab- ' ernacle, Washington, with the Rev. W. J. Stevens officiating in the presence of 100 guests Mr. Hayes gave the bride in marriage. The double ring vows were repeated before an altar ap- pointed with white gladioli and candelabra. Sharon Arm- strong sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer" during the ceremony. The bride wore a gown of white Chantllly lace with fit-i ted bodice and long lace sleeves ending in ruffles formed the ballerhm length skirt. The bride carried a bouquet of red roses. ~E Bernice Ann Dayton of ~iWashington, the bridegroom's Funeral Services Saturday Morning For D. G. Gingerich Funeral services will be held Saturday, June 10 for Daniel G. Glngerich who died suddenly at his farm home five miles north of Kalona Tuesday afternoon. Morris Swartzendruber will be in charge of services con- ducted at the Fairview Con- servative Mennonite church at 10 a.m, Burial will be in the Gingerich cemetery. The body is at the family home. The Yoder funeral home is i~ charge of arrangements. Daniel G., son of George D and Mary (Shetler) Glngericl~ was born near Kalona, Iowa August 7, 1888. He died June 6, 1961 at his farm home at the age of 72 years, 10 months and one day. He had a heart condition for several years and it, was a l~eart attack which caused his death. He had mentioned not fecliny: well on the day before but felt !niece, was the flower girl, andi Chuckle Dayton of Iowa Clty, ibetter again on the day of i a nephew of the bridegroom, lois death. i carried the rings to the altar. In his youth he was baptiz- i The honor attendant wasted by Bishop Peter Kinsinger the bride's sister, MissJean tand became, a member of the i O'Brian, of Wa.~hington Miss !Old Order Amish church, In- i Cheryl Brown of Washington }and Miss Connie Goodwin of ............ I Wayland were bridesmaids. Third Birthday Observed [ Loyal E. Koopman of Wash- 'ington was th e best man; Susan, daughter of Mr. and Charles Bock and Don Allen- t er transferlng his member- ship to the Conservative Men- nonite, church, where he was a member at the time of his death. On January 1, 1914 he wa.~ of the Iowa Pe~ch said. , the driver wizl ~d his entire officer may action -- PrObation o r the ~ of the review of the In t~ae system ae~umu- ~aarkedly d/f- Present pol- lJader t~e ex- ~iver who ac- more points Period is sent 0 suspen- no hearing action. makes hearings offlcer rec- sUnpemsion, W~ll i~ue a notice ol sus- At the period, a of suspension period is ~a~or change now depaxtmen~ 90 days and, Up to one year. he wanted It that the de- a~al Will order ~f SUspenalon" are "~Lllcoln- reckless." the experi- t has SUspemsion be8 ~lot cnrr~t. formed the 7:30 p.m. cere- mony. Miss Sherril Roth, Iowa City was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Linda Miller, Kalona, cousin of the bride and Miss Sandara Roth, Wayland. Mr. Robert Miller, Iowa City, served as best man.. typewriters which will not be i SUMMER SCHOOL Groomsman w er e Junior iused so we are going to allowlBUS SCHEDULE Stoltzfus, Wellman, cousin of the bridegroom and Jim i any adult who might wanti ........ !typing to enroll in this class i Supt. Bill Clark announced Hochstetler~ Kalona, cousin of for the $10.00 tuition fee. Also i the bus schedule for summer the bride. ,any Junior ttigh student who school which will start Mon- Following the ceremony a would be interested may en- day, June 12. reception was held at th e i roll in Personal Typing. We ] Bus will leave for WeUman Fellowship center, would like to have a few more 8:30 a.m. (dst). High school After a short wedding trip, 2nd graders to fill out that students will be dismissed at the couple will be at home reading clas~, so we would ac- 12 noon and transported to at 314 East Burlington street, icept enrollment for about 3 Kalona. Iowa City, where both areI i or 4 second graders. Summer school for elemen- employed. If anyone is interested in tory students wlll be dismiss- !enrolling for summer school, ed at 10:35 each day. Good Neighbor Deed please contact the office at' Mr. Clark also stated that the High School. anyone interested in drivin On May 27th the following a bus for the summer schooll neighbors and friends planted Dismantle Barn session should contact him att 30 acres of corn for Don Yo- once. t der who was sick with the Neighbors gathered Wed-I mumps, i nesday to help John Knepp WEED NOTICE Floyd Yodel Leland Yoder, .... ~ - ~- ~-~-^ ~-^l~ Leo Yodel Fred Yodel Mari-lin were Chri Bontra er g : s g , E.P. Hayes, weed commis- on Yodel Robert Dan Yoder, .............. wmara ann ~Jam tamgermn, sioner for Washington county Orlo Fisher, Dwight Bender,' Tobias, Alvin, Paul, Simon, was in town this week to Dale Roth, Leroy Ropp, Ken- a n d Eldon Miller, Verne make inspection on the des- neth Yoder. i Moore, Art Schertz, Wallace truction of noxious weeds, tie stated that there are several Birthday Honored Mrs. Dennis M. Miller, who observed her birthday, Tues- day, June 6, was the honored guest at a surprise birthday dinner at her home that day. Those sharing the occasion pleted for summer school. Ap- Shalla announce the engage- Mrs. Loren Hershberger, eel- proximately 90 students have iment and June wedding of. ebrated her third birthday, ' Marilyn ELiza- Wednesday, enrolled. School will start their daughter, June 7, and was : June 12 and run until July 7 beth, and John J. Fitzpatrick honored at a birthday party o for elementary and to July 21 ! of Cedar Rapids. Mr. Fitzpat- i in her home that afternoon. for high school Driver ~rain- !rick is the son of Mr. and Mrsi Susan and her guests en- ing will be taught in higi, Joseph Fitzpatrick of PAver i joyed entertainment during school along witl~ Personal lForest, Illinois. i the party hours, and her Typing. There are still several I !mother, assisted by Mrs. Rob- Knepp, Eli, Verne, Perry and Floyd Bontrager, Omar Foun- tain and Milt Winborn. Din- ner was prepared and served by Mrs. John Knepp, Mrs. Verne Moore and Mrs. Wal- lace Knepp. Birthdav Wednesday ert Schwaegler of Iowa City, and Mrs. Garry Roghalr serv- ed refreshments. Susan also received an array of gifts from her friends. Others included in the party were Steve Schwaegler, i Cathy Roghair, Brian Otnge- rich, Stephanie McDermet, Jaime Contreras, D o u g Christner, Jimmy Bachman, and Jeffrey Hershberger. Ke- vin Shoemaker was unable to attend the party. QUILT SHOW PICTURES IN SUNDAY PAPER Several quilts which were on display at the Farmers Savings Bank during the re- cent quilt show are shown in the picture section magazine of the Sunday Register. One page was devoted to the quilt show which included four pictures and parts of 20 quilts. This week the bank receiv- ed a number of letters from patches of sourdock and this- uersons who make auilts re tie that needs attention If-;,esttn~ the attern Of the q g P weeds are not cut by property . . ~Lords Prayer quilt. Some of owners or ~enan~s, the coun-ithe letters requested informa- ty will do the job and costs ltion on the next show and~ will be charged against the .......... I planned to enter quilts. properw. ~ee me au in m~sI weeks News ~ [ H~ARtNG MONDAY der of Crawfordsville were groomsmen. A reception was held in the church parlors immediately after the ceremony. White linen covered the refreshment table which was centered with the four-tiered wedding cake and decorated with summer flowers. Mrs. Paul Hayes served the coffee; Mrs. Mike Dayton poured ,the punch; and Mrs. Don Dayton cut and served the cake. Kathy Hayes attended the guest book and Claire Arnold and Nolene Patterson dis- played the gifts. The bride is a 1961 graduate of the Washington high school. The bridegroom grad- uated in 1957 from galona High School and is employed with Jaydon Distributors at Coralvllle. After a trip to the Ozarks, the couple will re- side in Coralvtlle ---Journal BARBECUE PICNIC On Sunday evening a group of relatives gathered at the Earl Grout home for a bar- becue and picrdc. E-,pecially honored was Russell Grout, whose birthday was Monday. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Oren Alt, Mr. and Mrs LeRoy J. Miller, Mrs. Roy Alt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Minnick and David, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Alt, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smalley, Myron and Karen, and Mr. Roy Smalley, all of Iowa City; Mr. and Mrs, united in marriage to Eliza- beth Miller. Just a little over a year and a half later, at the birth of their first child. which was still born, Mrs Glngerich died. On November 27, 1919. he was united in marriage to Fanny Jantzi of Worthington, Minnesota, who survives. To this union eight children were born: Alvin of Kalona; Verton of Middlebury, Indi- ana; George, Iowa City; ivo, Phoenix, Arizona; Nlna, Hib- blng, Minnesota; Leslie of Bo- vey, Minn.; Alice, Mrs. J. Wes- ley Hochstedler; Kalona; El- la June, Mrs, Eldon Miller. Rowdy, Ken. These all survive as well as 2 brothers, Jeff and Ben of Kalona and one sis- ter, Annie, Mrs. Eli Miller of Kalona. Also surviving are 32 grandchildren. One grand- child still born, and three brothers, Joe, Menno and Si- mon preceeded him in death. Daniel lived in the Kalona community all his life. He was a farmer and did watch repairing on the side until he retired a little over 3 years ago. He continued to help out with the farmwork on the farm where he lived many years and which ts now oper- ated by his son, Alvin We wish to express our ap-- preciation and heartfelt thanks to our kind neighbors and friends for the many ex- pressions of sympathy and for their very kind assistance In this hour of bereavement,. May God richly bless and re-