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THE KALONA NE~S, ~Y, JUNE 8, 1961 TAKE ON TH I FOR SUMMER r "~ L, LO le 2330 5HOE 2335 So clean, uncluttered, so handsome.., a slim little low pump to welcome the new season of sun. The vamp swirls to a bold monogram at one side. Love it in white leather or new, fetching gardenia. JU,, S3.49 RICHMOND By Mrs. Win. Shalla and Mrs. Roy KaUaus Mr. and Mrs. Carl Saur of Malta, Illinois arrived on Thursday of last week for a visit at the Della Downs and Walter Ledman homes. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kal- laus and family of Redwood Falls, Minnesota came on Fri- day and spent the week end at the Ralph Sleichter and Roy Kal~aus homes. Robert had an appointment at the Veterans Hospital where he recently underwent surgery. AI Selement was pleasantly surprised on Wednesday ev- ening, May 31 when a group of friends came to help him celebrate his 85th birthday. Cards were played during the evening. Mrs. Ed Beranek and Clem Shal~a won high scores and Mary Yotty and Roy Kal- Laus got ,the consolation priz- es. Refreshments were served and a gl~t presented to the honoree. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clem Shalla, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beranek, Mrs. Mary Yotty, Paul Welte and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kallaus. Glen Sakulln .left on Sun- day with a group from Cedar Rapids on a fishing trip to Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bush of West Liberty and Mr. and Mrs Paul Kern visited Sunday af- ternoon at the Harry Straba- la home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stumpf and grandchildren, Tommy and Jenlne, Mr. and Mrs. Wino Strabala and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Strabala visited Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stumpf and Wilma. Mrs. Roy Kallaus and Louise and Julle and Lori Spicher visited the Norman Kallaus girls at the home of their grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. Irvin Sinn in Williams- burg while Mr. and Mrs. Nor- man Kallaus are on a business trip to Tempe, Arizona. Mr. a n d Mrs. Clifford Stumpf and family visited Sunday evening with Mr. and: Mrs. Robert Welte Jr. John Fitzpatrick and Mari- lyn Shalla of Cedar Rapids were Sunday visitors at the Wm. Shalla home. G. Y. P. CLUB Mrs. Glen Sakul,in, Dick! --~ The club met at the home and Glenna and Mrs. Leland entoyed, of Mrs. Warren Schaefer last Shaver and Randy Sunday dinner at Amana. THAT HAIL THE MALE ON ' ( , Dress Shirts On Parade For Fathers Day and all the other white dress shirt occassions.., give Dad a white shirt. Wings wash and wear, $3.95 Golden Arrow, Care Free Now .... $.9 Gift Tie Selection He,can't have too many of these smart ties in handsome vatterns. Ladies Golf Day Mrs. Bill Clark and Mrs. Howard Spreacker were host- esses at the ladies golf day Tuesday, June 6. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Twyman Jones and Mrs. Amos Melllng- er. Other members present were Mrs. Vernon Hartzler, Mrs. Ferd Skola, Mrs. Chas. Beckman, Mrs. Ward Ehren- felt, Mrs. Dale Glngerich, Mrs. Win. McDermet, Mrs. Loren Hershberger, Mrs. Mar- vin O'Hare, Mrs. Bill Clark, Mrs. Howard Spreacker, Mrs. Twyman Jones, Mrs. Amos Mellinger. Following the golf games, the group enjoyed a coffee hour. Wednesday with 12 members present. Crazy Eight was played with prizes going to Mrs. Richard Horesowsky for high; Mrs. l~ichard Kelley, low; and Ramona Shalla, door prize. Mrs. Richard Shalla re- ceived a gift from her secret sister. Delioious refreshments were served by ,the hostess. Next meeting will b e with Mrs. Richard Shalla on the even- ing of June 21. Local News Christie Yo#ty is visltin~g this week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mellecker at Hills. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Knepp in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knepp, Mr. and Mrs. Don Fisher, L. D. Zook and daugh- ters, Barbara and Mary Ellen. Irma Gingerich, Mrs. Velma Spicher and Joyce, and Don Debler were in Des Moines, Sunday, and enjoyed a picnic dinner with Rev. and Mrs. Dendy Garrett and family, and Llnda Small. Mrs. Frank Parker of Rock- port, Indiana is visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hall and fam- ily. SOFTBALL Tuesday, June 8 8 o'clock (dst) KALONA BUILDERS VS. KESSLERS CAPE Kalona Softball Field Come on in to our f Mr. and Mrs. waegler a n d steve City were guests of Mr. and Hershberger and Henry L. yriller Mast of Goshen, weekend guestS in Miller home. Attention Ke-Wash again leads helping the farmers Save $3.00 or more Ke-VV'ash offer. Compare for ~nhydro~ Ammoni~ 82-0-0 6O lb. N 82 lb. N 82-0-0 is app!ied zone where the feed on it sults. 7c. per Ammonia Applicators, nurse perienced started will be charge if you own or ply for a small fee. hydrous have a special knife which cation reaulta. FAGEN KE-WASH - KeotJ, la~' KALONA Mens Gift Hosiery Socks can be something special when they are H~es Ban-Lou $| pr Haines nylon stretch 79c pr. Hanes cotton fancies 55c pr Ask About A Co)orful Fathers Day Gift Band To Make A Beau- tiful Package for your gift. Free ~th your gift purchase. ii GOLD BOND = STAMPS Belt Front Bedford Cords, Polished Cottons3 98 Your choice, comfortable slacks For Dress - Cool Summer fabrics, Dacron and Acetate $6.95 and $8~95 ~_~ Fathers Day Greeting Cards ~~a~rm ~.~ ~.~ Many To ~0 to ~~~~tt~rS Choose ~SO a~ Choose from our nice as- sortment of cards. One sure to please your Dad. ii ii i i i , i i . PHONE 33 KALONA Root Beer Quart Bottles 2 for 39c V,, h., f/20c