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sUT ~OR SALE--Good young Guern- sey cow. Also 22x40 Huber threshing machine. Lewis and Raymond Brennem~n, Rt. 1 Ka- lona pa9 ~I~H PA.SSEN~ERS for trip west in small bus equipped for cooking and sleeping. Freda I)uea, Dunkerton, Iowa. p29 W~I~ED -- Few range feeders tmitable for pullets. Edwin R. Miller, Kalona Rt. 1. FOR SALE--Road rims for DC ,Case tractor, New Idea horse ~drawn mo.wer and ~l-row culti~a- itor. Lewis M. Miller, Rt. 2 River- peO ~FOR~ SALE--Baby chicks, 200 i!~ta~ted large type White Leg- *~or~ ~ullets. Baby chicks special ~rice, '~.00 to $13.96 per hundred. B~ker, phone el 3-8849, Hatchery, Washington. c29 Gif for i~Hallmark cards, The New English i'~Lbl$~ $4.95, For One Moment, ~.$3,25, adding machines, both oleo- *~e and manual, Record players /~nd ~Sacred Records, pictures, nov- elties, globes. Greene Center Boo~ S~re, Wellman. ee0 ~!~0R SALE--Young fryers. David M.-Gingerich, Rt. 1 Kalon~ p29 =L ~'~., FOR SALE--~Kurpees paint. La- tex, $5.75. Satin enamel, $6.75, High gloss enamel, $7.75, polyure- thane $8.95 galen. Excelent for picnic t~bles and boats and hard- wood floors. Also exterior paint. Chriss R. Yoder Rt. 1 Kalona. p29 ~J FOR SALE--Registered Hereford bull. Stanley Mouser, phone Well- man 646-6703. 1~1 N&l~ICE-~Farmers: Before buy- ing any mower be sure to see the revolutionary new 2 sickle, non- clog Superior. The l~rformance of this mower is almost unbeliev- able unless you see it for yourself. ~46 for a free demonstration. Waahi~on County Farm Store. ~9 F~]L aAI~E--~pray ~m with con- tt~| wtlve, like new; Chec~ writer. I S~old 'my station and had these le~t. A1 Neuenschw#nder, phone ~s MOTOR c0win be closed ~#~y, June 19 through Satur- ~f~ J~ly 2 for Vaoation period. e29 ~E:~E FOR Brome and alfalf~ ~N; to make on shares. Nelly Spear, Wellman. 1~9 _.~NTED -- Pigeons 25c each, phone ~49 Kalona. ~9 | W, ANTED--~Will pay 10e per copyI for picture section, Des Moiz~I Register Sunday, J~no 4th. Farm-I ers ,Savings Bank, ~Kalona. C~9[ ] FOR SALE -- 1951 Chevrolet 2- door with standard transmission. See or call Roy l~ Miller, phone 12F28. ~9 THE KAY JOHN MILLER re- union will be held Au~mt 4th at the Clifford B. Miller home. Bas- ket dinner prompt at 12:30 o'clock DST, bring church and Sunday school hymnals. Please let your out-of-state relatives know. 1~0 FOR SALE -- Fordhook celery, eggplant, sweet potato, tomato plants. ~I~rs. Emery B. Miller. p29 FOR RENTr My Ford rotary weed mower. Roy R. Miller, phone 12F28. 20t~c FOR SA~Singer sewing ma- chine, long shuttle, can be bought with electric motor or treadle in good condition. Mrs. Moss Cob- lentz, phone 21Fll Kalona. e29 FOR SALE~Windmill head, tow- er and pump. Make an offer. Ross Motor Service, 222 South Marion Washington, Iowa, phone el 8~2481. ~9 WANTED---C~stom baling. Ivan I. Bender, Rt. 2 Kalona, photo 40F28. ~t~e NOTICE--We will be doing cub- tom work again. Silo filling, wind- rowing, combining and baling, James Hershberger and D~r Yoder, phone 646-6027, Wellma~. 20t~e WANTED~To buy small tractor, A or B or Cub Farmall or com~r- able size of another make. Herman E. Ropp, phone Wellman 646-2838. NO :HUNTING or treapauin~ on any ground owned or leased by me until after August 27. WaFne Duwa, Kalona. i FOR SAI~--6 H. P. Wisconsin engine with clutch, cheap. Glenn Wahl, Kalona. p~9 WANTED TO BUY~Used tin roofing. Lewis Kessler, phone Sharon 27 on 1~. p29 NOTICE -- We have pureha~d Arvilla ~Wcaver's entire stock of sewing machines and repair parts for all makes. Try tm for Nrvie~ Special reduced prices on machines in stock. Zig Zag to dial auto- matics. Home Awl Store, 278. FOR SALE--Mrs. E. D. Hemhb4~ ger property at 502 A ave. in F~o lena, 6 room house, attached ~o age, shop and wash house, garden. Also extra 50oft. lot a~- able. Contact S. L Hersh~, Rt. 2 Iowa City, , ~ SPERRYS Poison corn for ftrvua~ squirrele and I~ophem. Rid ~r fields of these p~t~. Ste4~ Drug Store, Kalona. dO FOR ROCK, Sand, gravel or lime- stone, telephone Kalona ~/1 Red, EUgene Way for prompt ~wte~. THURSI)AY JUNE 22, 1961 Prof. Verner Nielsen, Head of Dairy aud Food :Industry Dept. Iowa State University will be the guest speaker. ~ake plans now to be @ur guest on June 22. Farmers Savings 1899 MEMBER F. D. I.C. 1961 =PHONE 30 KALONA, IA. CAR WASH -- Saturday, June 10 1 p.m. - 6 p.m. at Kalona Sales Harn. Phone 29~ for free piek~ and delivery. ~ponsored by the East Union MYF. p29 W~A~NTrED-~A good slide curtain top buggy. Emery G. Gingerlch, Rt. 2 Kalona. p29 j~ FARM, ERS -- We can still supply you with earlier varieties of both corn and soybeans for replanting or delayed planting. Frank Pat- terson Seed and S~pply. Phone OL ~-~418. ~9 FOR SALE -- Iris slants, good kinds, choose them now, transplant in August. Mrs. ~. C. Waiters, north of Sharon Center, 2 miles west and 2 miles north of Sharon Center. 1~9 FOR SALE---30-ft. Portable ele- vator on rubber 17 wide. Also a good hoist. Henry E. Bontrager, phone 13F56 Kalona. pe0 FOR RENT -- Cunningham hay conditioner, $1 ~er acre. Chris M~ Miller, 1 mile east of Kalona. Rt 2 Kalona. p~l W. ~A~NTED--~vstom Baling. Henry J. Yoder, Rt. 2 Kalona, phone 2~F68. 29tfc FOR RENT--Hay conditioner, al- so 5~ft. good rotary weed mower for 3-point h0ok-~tp. Vernon Zook phone Sharon 14 on 29. 29tfc NO~IC~--Fil] dirt and fill sand available. See John Bender, Ka- les. ..... my farm, a black and white Collie male dog. Please catch him if you can and notify me. Mark Hershberger, Rt. 2 Kalona~ p29 W~'TED--Someone to take out door toilet~ ~May have same for rem0~;ing. Amos J. Yoder,; A. Av- enue -Kaloim. p29 WANTED Custom hay baling. Also several hay balers for sale. Jacob Y. Borntreger, phone 3@F5 Kalona. e29 W~N~FA) -- 2-row John Deere horse drawn cultivator and 1-row, horse drawn pivot axla cultivator, prefer McCormick Deering. Dan- iel W. Miller, Kalona Rt. 2 Box 222. ~9 I~OR SALE--Crees bred open gilts John F. Shetler, Wsilman. 29 WAN~TED--Custom baling, phone -844 Kalona. Alvin Hostotlar. tf~8 t~VE YOU TRIED R~be~ home made bologna! Do so now. Kalona Locker Plaat, ~9 Drl~G, trenching, excavating THE EA.~NA NEWS, 'J~AT, ,~ 8, 1981 Local NewsPersonal Items Mr. and Mrs. Carl Saur of Malta, Illinois are visiting this week with the formers brother-in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ledman, and Mrs. Della Downs. Sun. day the group enjoyed dinner at Bill Zuber's at Homestead. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C~al- upa of Brighten were Sunday evening visitors in tne Ray- mond Chalupa home. Mrs. Jack Seward is a pa- tient at the Mercy hospital having undergone surgery on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mey- ors and family left Wednes- day for a visit in the parental Troyer home In Arnold, Ne- braska, and the parental Meyers home at Gorwith. Jim Rose of Riverside visit- ed Russell =Grout Monday af- ternoon. FOR SALE--Table with 4 extra leafs setting of 12. Mrs. Lester Coblentz. e30 FOR RENT Cunningham hay conditioner, phone 3~F54 Moses M. Miller, Kalona. p31 FOR SALE--~ightcrawlers, 25 dozen. Gary and Ronnie Thomp- son, phone 840. p29 -- M WANTED ay Holstein bull calf from high productive herd. Ivan M. Miller, R~verside. I)29 WILL ,OA~RE for 1 or 2 small children in my home. Experienced Write K c/o Kalona News. p~0 FOR SALE Chihuahua house puppies, $15.00 and up. John Glick Kalona Rt. I. p29 I~OR SALE--5 year old Shetland pony. Merle Schlabaugh, phone 9 on 46 Sharon. i)29 FOR ,SALE--Baler twine, $7.10 a bale. Kalona Produce, phone 13 Kalona. 28tfo CUSTOM BALING---John Spen- her, phone 22F10 ~Kalona. p~l ~OR SALE--14 acres of Clover hay in field. Orval Grout, phone Sharon Center 8 on 88. I~9 FOR SALE--8 Tamworth-Duroc wet sows. Eddie J. Miller, Rt. 1 Kalona. F~)R SALE-~Front and hind quar- ter of beef. Harold Kessler phone 19 on 7 Sharon. I~9 earth moving and all types ofI FOR SALE -- Baby bed like new, dFag line, backhoe a~ end loader] 28x52 complete. Daniel W. Miller, wor~. Jack ~, l~hone ~ ILa-/Kalona Rt. 2 Box 222. e29 f~'r~ ...... = [TOP VALUES -- Clock watches, BASEMENT Exeav~t~, loadtng IMaytag laundry equipment, Spin- ~, ~ g~5 Kalaqa. ~dwtn ~lao driers, Food freezer, Spring spe- bach. ~ ials. Heating stoves out of sea- BU~J~ S~RVI~E--I have Angus, Guernsey and Holstein bulls, call Phillips 66 Kaiena 89, Strickler Oil, Weilman, 646-2~11. Clifford Duwa, 646-6772, Wellm~. 27t~c ,FEEDING MO~ a ton delivered. Stricklor Bre~, Ka- Ion phone I~0.. 18t~ FOR RENT--~larke rug shampoo machine. Clean your own rup and get a professional ;Job st low eoet. Mell~zer Lumber Co., Ks- lon~ 40tfe FOR SALE~Hamilton Beach vac- uum cleaner, $12; ~peedliner Dup- licator, prints post card to legal size, almost new, 144. Phone 183', d9 NOTICE TO FARMEItS--Curtizs Service, Ins. acclaimed bY tens of thoummds of satisfied ou~tomer~ Call Kalons and have them dial 646-6009 Wcllman, May- nard Kinsing~ or Morris 842~ Parnell by 9 ~ Irving M. GinEe- rich, Teehnidan. p3~ =, , WANTED--IJght and heav~ hena Hoppys Produeo phone f~0 Ka- 48tte EASTERN IOW~A BREEDERS Improve ~ dairy herd by the u~ o~ 0~ sim~ 9 dairy and Phone Kalona l~ or city ~I~IlllL Howard E. Mfller,'Teehaidan, 1404 Plum St. tfe JZEP Tmnchl~ mwvies, pipe lines drains, cables ete, also headquart- ers for'plastic pipe. Call 276 Kit- lona; Edwin Slabach. 2~t~e son, opportunity to save. Merlite long life 'bulbs. Bottle gas urvt~. We give Gold Bond Stamps. Home Appliances, phone 2'/8. 23tfe TEX-TOP Soil conditioner, don't garden without Tex-Top. Unlock natures storehouse of nutrients in your soil. For better nutrition use Tex-Top. Ask about the results we had with TexoTop corn last year. Higher yields and earlier maturity.. Kalona Produce, phone 278. 20 tte DRICRETE--Masonry, fine coarse mix. A top quality pro- mixed concrete, all you do is add water. Mellinger Lumimr Co. 40t~ SPO~JTING, sheet metal and heat- ing. Satisfaction, work guaran- teed. Reasonable prices. Write or call Bob Roe's, phone 268, 119 North Avenue, Washington, Iowa 48tie NOTICE -- For fine portraiture and Wedding photography eentaet Driseoll'e Studio. Pho~ 194 W~ll- 4~t~ APARTMENT FOR RENT Three large roon~ plus bath s~uth and west windows, plant~ clo~t epaco. U,turnished, :1~,.00, Furn- ished ~.00. LoEan Ralf 19t~e WANTED -- Shellh~, ,erackinK and cob cro~h~r. Phone 804, John Christner, Kalona. ~lt~e FOR SA~7 Ford, ~ con- dition, phone 890 Kalona. 19tgc AMANA Air conditioners, eh~t and upright freezers; G. E. Ap- pliances, Tappan stoves. Kepler Hardware, Kalom~ 14t~e REPOSSESSED 15 cubic foot home freezer. Gambles Store. 2$tfe FOR RENT -- Hay conditioner, Ph0ne'Z2F2% Jonas P. B~e~y, Kalona ~/tte FOR SA~_r--II gage win fire damaeed-in coil lots, 4e n lb. Beachy, phone lJllqff. YOUR own picture frames with attractive waddell mouldings. Font' desiams and sises, galena Cabinet Shol~ tge APARTMENT FOR_ RENT -- Kalona P~duce, phone 18. RSt~e SHOP GAMBLES STORE in Ka. lona for yoult dry, ~ l~- frtgamton, rang~ ~, hard- ware and p~lnta 18t~ Tim Grady was recently ac- tivated in the Phi Sigma Ep- silon fraternity on the Iowa State Teachers campus, at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Beck vis- ited during the weekend in the Olin Snalr home in Bur- lington and attended the high school graduation of Sandra and Sara Snatr and Johanna De Heer. Sunday they were guests in the R. S. Forbes home in Mt. Pleasant and Mrs. Beck and Mrs. Forbes attended a Phi Mu luncheon. Nancy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Troyer underwent surgery at the Washington hospital on Wednesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Ben- der attended the funeral ser- vices for Menno Eash at To- peka, Kansas on Tuesday, June 6. lV~iss LaVerta Yoder, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane E. Yoder left by train last week for Colorado Springs, Colora- do, where she was met by her aunt Barbara M411er of La Junta. LaVerta will spend a few weeks ~t LaJunta, then return home with her aunt for her vacation. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Fry went to Cedar Falls, Sunday, to visit the latters mother the Rev. Ada Hills, who is hospitalized there. Mrs. HlUis fell Saturday and suffered a fractured shoulder and hip, and is confined in Room 304 at Sartori Hospital in Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Yotty and family, Mrs. Mary Yotty, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stumpf and family attended an anntversary dinner Sun- day in Hills, in observance of i tl~e thirty sixth wedding an- niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mellecker, parents of Mrs. Yotty and Mrs. Stumpf. Mrs. H. L: Walker returned to her home on Monday of this week from Mercy hospit- al in Iowa City where she had been a surgical patient." Dennis Bishop underwent surgery at the Mercy hospital in Iowa City Tuesday of this week. Ronnie Thompson under- went surgery at the Mercy hospital Tuesday, June 6. Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Guengerich and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Yoder and family, John Dayle Yoder and family happily surprised Ja- son Yoder on his birthday Tu, esday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Conrad and Michael of Wayland were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schla- baugh and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Yoder and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knepp attended the Texas picnic, which was held Saturday at the Richard Adams home a~ Solon. There were one hund- red and one persons a~tend- ing, who enjoy the winter in Texas and summer in their Iowa homes. They report a very enjoyable day with their friends. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Your social security office in Burlington is open from 8:30 to 4:30 Monday through Friday. If you cannot come to Burlington, you may conbact our representative who will! be in Washington, Wednesday June 14th from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. I)ST at the Post Office, and in Wellman, Thursday, June 15tab at the City Hall from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. DST. Local advertisers agree that newspaper advertising pays off more than any other med- turn. Last year they invested over three times as much money in newspapers as in! Cub The Cub 234 enjoyed a at the_golf night June White key which eryone In cub scouts ing by pledge of Cub Scout were given as Bill Pemberton, 1 ver arrowS, 1 gold and Strum, webelo~ ton. Three Steve Tweeton Troop 234 the A special the Den they have They are iMrs. Don Dickel. Any boY the age of would be ing the CuD should tler. Brownies The Brownies after an session for Brownies. leaders building their proJe gifts for This of the ies, ing unbil t~e begun. all other Shapely MANY NEW In short or long Straw Hats Narrow Brim, Fancy Bands New Shapes Get A Dress Straw Hat Grocery Specials Shreds Cereal, 3 for..50c Pleezing, Quart Salad Oleo Pie i g ... ez n NEW SHORT Also in white and Really Good KENDALL FILTER DISC, 3 for Ball Bluing, 2 Minced Ham., lb. E. J. "Makes Your lMoney Go Farther" PHONE 43