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~J ezrI G~41Pe.~oE IN HALFA MINt,q'E S cP 0 BY LLOYD BIRMINGHAM HERE'5 HOW DAD h'~.PE TNE * HEATING ELF.MEHT REPAIR" A ~HING~E NAIL. I I OFF ~,:,CTg;~ I t / I e J' gRO~EN E~N'r. I I "~h~F_l~" ~l~S iN I ~ .~..OTOFNNLANI) HAMMER NAIL T~E~A , WANTED with self propelled machine ? YOUR JOB LINED UP NOW ERB, Wellman, Iowa 646-249 or KALONA 145 NOTICE g the location of the softball such as scoreboard numbers, pitch- home plate, catchers masks, base lime marker, please notify or report THANK YOU / E. YODER, Phone 171 CATTLE SALE L Stinock will sell 26 head of grade dairy cows at the Sales Barn On , JUNE 15, 1961 FRYT0WN Mrs. Roland Maxwell Mrs. Erna Etmen hived a swarm of bees from a tree limb at the Stanley Stutzman home Friday afternoon. Sunday geusts at the Victor Hess home were Eva Fry, Mr.. and Mrs. H. J. Fry and Tom Capper. Jimmy, Gary, Bobby, Nan- cy and Becky MeGlumphrey were visitors at the Walter Ihrig home last week. Everett Cox, Judy and Ralph were Sunday supper guests at the Erna Elmen home. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Max- well were Sunday evening vis- itors at t~e home of Mr. and; Mrs. Ward Llebe Jr. and fam- ily. We extend congradulatiorm and best wishes to the new- lyweds, Mr. and Mrs. James l Ulin purchased a trailer house where the couple, Mr. and Mrs. William Monroe Ultn will make their home in Fry- town. Miss Ruth Ann Hocl~tedler underwent a tonsilectomy Tuesday morning. ,,,,, ,,,,,, Our sincere thanks to those who assisted us in anyway while we were confined with the mumps. It was appreciat- ed. * Mr. and Mrs. Don Yoder and family I want to thank the many kind friends and relatives who sent me greetings, letters and the visits at the hospital and since I have returned to my home. * Elizabeth Beachy I want to thank my friends for all the beautiful cards and visits while ~t the hospital and since returning home. * Mrs. L. J. ]~lfer of Holsteins, Brown Swiss, and of which are just fresh, just a ~mouoa~ We ~ never real~ ~ am othmr fdlew "his d~" male~ we sooept the fs~t ~ he usu- has what he ~ a teed ~ for delnlr thinp that we do not a~ wJ~ or eonuider right. Mutge/Fend Sbaree Neieuee Fund po.ibflid~ sul~umdally ltresptctttt a~d d#tcrlptlt~ Htcra. kDDELL & REED, INC. Prindpal 40 Wall it, Underwriters New York $, N. Y. L. IiOSTETLER p o..ox aaa KAJLONA. IOWA ~ Up I ~ N~ . Your flu~at ~eserv~ lug with rich throat ea~amJ e~ ciily designed ~ mdmam4~ng away lines and ~ D~m't Coast to Coa=' forget an exercl~ ~ that of pushing out the noek as though you were being lead around by a string on the ~ Repeat one ten times daily. Do ercked lips give away you.- age? Use cchorheu lip pomade Helen's Fvorlte: Barbecued Meat B=dle (Servos 4) 1 pound ground bed I teaspoon salt cup ealsd off cup wine vinegar % cup ehlll sauce I tablespoon woroestersbfre i~uoe 1 tablegpoon brown sugar :. 1 tea~pmm prepared m~rd . 1 teaspoon chili powder K teaspoon garlic salt Cemblne beef and salt; shape into 1.tech bails and brown on IrALONA N~, ~~Y, JUNE 8, 1961 3y ~ Pig '~ ~ all sides in hot oiL Pour over 35% Supplemen~ them the sauce made by boil- provides balanced lug together all remaining in- nutrition during the gredinnts, stlrrh~ gently to critical gestation and coat the balls. Cook slowly for htctation periods... IS minutes, stlrris~ ~ or amure~ you M more twioe duriz~ oooking. healthy, uniform li~ SOW for ~1 ter~ For a "quality over the llps~iek to keep them pig crop, be sure you C~0p/ teed the quality mow- smooth and glossy. conditioning supple- Mediet~ dl~)pceable pads am ment.--Ask for '~Pig wondextt~ ~ applying to uno 'N SOW 35%|" sightly blemishes. Dlecard a~ soon See us today Ask about the as they're wiped over the ages. After age thirt~ you need 111- r.vmGRAM brieat|l~ Iflght ~ream to eotmter- ~Ssy H06 PROFIT act dr~ees of skim. Tho ~ onee are no~-aTeesY. RICHMOND]j __ --m. STORE aw~v ~ e~ .7, area ~tnse JOE KOS ~[ ~ ~ e~e o~nm eat|racially Jee lid& Moot e~ these Phone 20F41, Kalona i have ~ A and are gentle. o~ ~i Thoronsh eletns~ Is vi~ to skin healffa. Cleansing areamJ are not meant to be rubbed in, only uOeam ~ Jo~ emir ~ au~ Official Publication Insurance Department of Iowa Des Maine ANbl UAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATIO~ of the Canal Insurance Compm~ Loc~tagi at Greenville in the State o ~;outh Carolina. Whereas, the above named com- pany has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty-first day of Decem- ber, 1960, in a~.ordance with the provisions of Oh~pter 515, Title XX, of the Code of Iowa, relatin~ to Insurance Contpanies; and whereas said Insurance Companyi has complied with the laws o~ this State relating to insurance. Therefore, in purstmnce o~ law, l, William E. Timmona, Gommis- stoner of Insurance, do hereby, certify that said Insurance Com- pan~ is authorized to transact the , business of Insurance in the State I of Iowa, as required by law, until the first day of April, I further certify that on Decem- 3~1, 1960, the statement shows: 1st. Total Admitted Assets .................. $6,002~9~4.73. 2d. Total Liabilities, Except Capital .... $4,73~00.43 3d. C~pital or Guaran- tee ,Fund Paid U~ $ 600,000.00 4th. Surplus over aU Liabilities ........... $ 669,464.30 5th. Surplus as regards Policyholders ........ $1,~69,464~30 IN TESTIMONY WE~A{F.~F, I ha~e hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office at Des Maine, this 1st day of Jttn~b 1961. WILLIAM E. TIMMONS (,Seat) Commissioner of Insurance Insurance Department of Iowa Des Maine ANNUAL CERTIFICATB FOR PUBLICATION ~tho Camden Inaurance Association Located at Camden in the State of New Jersey. Whereas, the above named com- pany has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing its conditio~ on the thirty-first day of Decem- ber, 1960, in accordance with the provisions of Oha~ter 515, Title XX, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Com~mnies; and whereas said Insurance Company has con~plied with tho laws og this State relating to ins~ Therefore, in purauan~ o~ law, I, William E. Timmons, Commis- sioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Com- pany is authorized to transact the business of Insurance in the State of Iowa, as requred by hw, until the first day of April, 19~ I further certify that on Decem- ber 3~, 1960, the statement shows: 1st. Total Admitted ~A~sets ................ $51,T85,2q~l.89 2d. Total Liabilities, Except Capital .... $29,280,118.16 3d. C~pitah or Guaran- tee Fund Paid Up $ 2,500,000.00 4th. S~plua over all Liabilities .......... $20,006,163.q3 5th. Surplus as regard~ Policyholders ...... $22~0~1.58.78 IN TESTIMONY WHERF~F, I h~ve hereunto set my hand and affixed my sel of office at D~ Moines, this 1st day of June, 1961. WILLIAM E. TIM~ONS (Seal) Commissioner of Insurance Official Publication Insurance Department of Iowa Des :Moines ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION ~fthe Centennial Insurance Company Located at New York in the State of New York Whereas, the above nmned com- Pany has filed in the Insuran~ Department of Iowa, a sworlt statement showing its eonditto~ on the thirty-first day of Decem- ber, 1960, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 515, Title XX, of the Code of Iowa, relatinff~ to Insurance Companies; an~ whereas said Ins, urance GomImny has complied with the laws of this State relating to insurance. Therefore, in pursuance of law, I, William E. Timmons, Commis- sioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Com- pany is authorized to transact the business of Insurance in the S~te of Iowa, as required by law, until the first day of JtR~ri], 196~. I further certify that on Decem- ber 31, 1960, the statement shows: 1st. Total Admitted Assets ................ $24,6~8,910.68 2d. Total Liabilities, Except Capital .... $17,020,9f~.13 3d. Capital or Guaran- tee Fund Paid Up $ 1,500,000.00 4th. Surplus over all Liabilities ........... $ 6,167,957~5 5th. Surplus as regards Policyholders ...... $ 7,667,967.55 IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office at Des, Maine, this 1st day of June, 1961. WILLIAM E..TIM~ON~S (Seal) Commissioner of Ineuranee Insurance Department of Iowa Des Moines ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the Cavalier Iuuranee Corporation Loea~-~d at B~Itlmore in the 8tats of Maryland. Whereas, the above named eo.m., pany has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworr~ statement showing its condition on the thirty-fir~ day of De,tu- ber, 1960, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 515, Title XX, of the Code of Iowa, relath~ to Insurance C, Ontl~nlee; mul whereas said Insurance C0m~mnF has com~Hed with the la~ of this State relating to tMuranee. Therefore, in pursuance of htw, I, Wflliem E. Ttmmons, Commis- sioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Com- pany is authorized to trelmact the business of Inuranus in the State of Iowa, as required by law, until the first day of April, 1962. I further certify that on Decem~ ber 311, 1960, the statement shows: 1st. Total Admitted Assets .................. ~,'/8~21.67 2d. Total Liabilities, Except Capital .... ~9~0A4 3d. Ca~tal or Guaran- tee Fund Paid U~ $ 400,000.00 4th. ~urplus over all Liabilities ............. $1,4~9tl J~ 5th. Surplus as regards Policyholders ...... $1,~8,0~125 IN TESTIMONY ~EOF, I ha, e hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office at Des Moines, this 1st day of June, 1~1. WILI2AM E. TIMMONS (~eal) Commissioner of Immranee Insurance Department of Iow Des Mains ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the .Carolina Casualty Insurance Company Located at Burlington in the State of North Carolina. Whereas, the above named com, pany has filed in the Inaurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement, showing its condition on the thirty-first day of Decem- ber, 1960, in accordance with the provisions of Chs~pter 515, Title XX, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Con~anies; and whereas said Insurance Company has con~plied with the laws of this State relating to insuranee. Therefore, in pursuance of law, I, William E. Timmons, Commis- sioner of Insurance, do hereby; certify that said Insurance Corn-J pany is authorized to transact the business of Insurance in the State of Iowa, as rectuired by law, until the first day of April, 19~: I further certify that on Decem- ber 3~, 1960, the statement shows: 1st. Total Admitted Assets .................. $9,889,681.78i 2d. Total Liabilities, Except Capital $7~17,340.01 3d. Capital or Guaran- tee Fund 1~aid Up $ 864~84.00 ~th. ~ur~plus over all Liabilities ............ $1,217,957.77 5th. Surplus as regards Policyholders ....... $2,072~41.77 IN T]~STIMONY WHEREOF, I ha~e hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office at Des Moines, this 1st day of June, 1961. WILLIAM E. TIMMONS (.Seal) Commissioner of Insu~mce "Old age is when you bend ever once you plck up two tldn~- Helen's Favorite: SPICED BAKED RHUBARB 4 cupe rhubarb, cut in ~-im~h pieces 1~ cups ampr tea=poen cinnamon tea~men mace 6 whole oleve= 1 ol~4m~p, Juice nd rind W~ rhubarb and out with- out ~uv-~ltng. Add remaining in- gredients and turn into Im~Jng disl~ Cover and bake 30 mint" ute~ in mederale (~*F.) oven. Serve hot or ehllled. k lltis Handy Squeeze- Duster ~Mala~doo, DDT, emni~tdun ~r !qvre~ m ~ u die e roll= ~d~ ~Nr md qm~. tml~ em e~d~ I~ el~ Get your Spraying Guide 3]If II ~J II I i i DONW WAIT FOR A "STRIKE"I Call Us About Your Hail ln=uranm lee~-ee ~ 8mto~ Thle is a qu~t~on o~ doe~'t eeme Jut to faoe with every day. We 4~ln't have ~he answer when omnecne aeked few days ~ ~w~dklabatofr~earol~ Y~ ~ tim treble? Well, ~n~... Fmmthe r~er~ d~oo ~ aqnar/u~ aremul the weekl, the News Bureau corn- pried a ~ ~pan chart for eertal~ mammai~ bird=, reptiles and am phibiam~ A ~tdy of the ages to whieh some of ~eso animab beve ~vod in aaptivity is interest tag to anyone who see, these ant mls whUe in the pursuit of some outdoor aetivity. It ~ quite likely that they live longer in their ns- ~dve en~ent than they de in eapttvi~. Most of us generally think of reptll~ when someone mentions k~evity in the animal world. TWo rapt'lies top the list: a giant k)rtoise hived to the ripe old age of 1~ years and a box turtle record- ~I l~q years. Surprisingly, right behind are two members of the bird family; the swan (102 years) sad the parrot (80 years). In or- der, ease the elephant (69). great homed owl (68), alligator (68) and snapping turtle. (This an- myers our lead-off question. The box turtle lives longer than the alligator, but the alligator may outlive the snapping turtle, The giant tortoise, which looks hike a b~ turtle, but isn't, outlives all three.) '1~e A~-Am~ricaa bird. the ~tgie, has lived to 55 years. Some of the mammal~ that we consider |m animals en~oy healthy life SiNtt~: ~ bear (32); lion (110); ~ (IS); mountain lion (tO). Among the amphibians, the btfllfrog may live to be 30; the toad. 3~: and the giant salamawd- or a gipe old 55. I I I FOR YOUR PLUMBING AND HEATING NEEDS o ,,L 336 KALONA Free Estimates Howard E. Spreacker I I ~ON'T " ~ FAST TARTAN 11 SKOUt INSURANCE AGENCYII1 1 ]l Farmers I il PHONE 30 . KALONA, IOWA III~| i i REVLON EASTMAN KODAK FiLM