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alnna KALONA, WASHINGTON COUNTY, IOWA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1946 Miss Marshall, Paul W. Yoder Wed In Texas and EmilyI Miss Edith Marshall, daughter born in Iowa of Mr. Otis M. Marshall of Hous- 1900 and l ton, Texas was married ~o Mr. 1946 at thel Paul W. Yoder, son of Mr. and Oskaloosa atI Mrs. S. W. Yoder of Kalona, on months, I Friday September 20, 1946. The to Gen-ceremony was performed at the NovemberI ~outh Main Baptis~ church with Three the Dr. E. E. Westmorel officiat- union ing. and After a short visit with t~e in death bridegroom's parents here, thel age of couple will make their home in moth- Houston, Texas where Mr. Yoder death, is employed by the War Assets Noami, Administration. of Well- J. Yo- thrQ.~ atmts and Iowa Oil in health from Ma- His con- on Sep- to the Everything skill and "but of no of the serv- He was God, and to go to words Ones was prepare to lie had he law a bean- the,voice of daughter, it devoted ~a good tly m4s- and bow to well and church Ropp's Observe Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Mose Ropp observ- ed their golden wedding anniver- sary last Friday, September 20t~. In honor of the occasion a family dinner was served at rl~on in thd home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Miller near Kalona. Others present included Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Spicher, Geneva, Sam- uel and Donnabel; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Erb and Keith, Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Miller, Doyle, Curtis and Vernon of Hesston, Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wade of Sterling, Illinois; Mr. and Mr. Gordon Mil- ler, James and Ly~le; Mr.. and Mrs. Jess SPicher, Vesta, Ray and Arlene of Bellville, Pennsylvania and Miss Katie Ropp of Hesston, Kansas. Open house was held at the Ropp home in Kalona during the afternoon and evening at which time 150 relatives and friends cal- led to extend congratulations. THANKS Mr. and Mrs. Mose Ropp ex- press ~ir~cere thanks to their md~,:~latives and friends who sent cards and flowers and those who called on their Golden Wed- ding day. * ALPHA CLUB MEETS and Rev. AT EASTMAN HOME at the Mrs. Jay Eastman was hostess to eighteen members of the Alpha club Monday afternoon. The pre- sident, Mrs. I. R. Alt who presided at the meeting announced that the district meeting of the Federated held Clubs will be held at Davenport Bender on October 10. A Mrs. T. V. Knerr was appointed at to accept orders from the members and others who might wish to get towels which are hemmed by the blind women of Iowa. Miller Mrs. J. R. Swartzendruber gave a very interesting report on the department of the American Home taken from the Blue Book, and the program our 'Racial Strains in Iowa Settlers' was reviewed by Mrs. T. V. Knerr. In mentioning the many nationalities who found- ed their homes in Iowa, the larg~est number were of German origin and the least number" were of French origin, A social hour followed at which time delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Overholt, a~d the ~l~r~ Club Members Go Thra~gh Plant The members of~e Rotary Club made a tour of the Maplecrest processin~ plant Tuesday noon. Manager conducted thee men thr0ug~ the plant. Hits Fox With Car Dale Bronneman had an unusual experience Tuesday evening when he hit and killed a fox with his car. The animal ran ahead of the car for a short distance and Mr. Brenn~man said he was traveling about 40 miles per hour when he hit the animal. Mrs. Ardis Sentman and sons of Ollie were dinner guests of the Claude Preston family Sunday. Mrs. Elsie Yoder accompanied them to Kalona and was a dinner guest of Mrs. Mary Sommers. T/5 Howard E Spreacker 378088~ 9710 T. S, U. C.W.S. and M& [es {WNU Ser~ee~ Community Club To Hold Election Monday Amos L. Hostetler announced a meeting of the Kalona Community Club will be held at the high school assembly next Monday evening, September 30. This is the first meeting follow- ing the summer recess and elec- tion of officers will be held. All members are urged to be present. W. R. C. MET FRIDAY The members of the Womans Relief Corps held their regular meeting last Friday afternoon. Mrs. T. V. Knerr, Sr. Vice-Presi- dent, conducted the business meet- ing in the absence of the presi- dent. The following relief report was given: 5{) sick calls, $6.50 food, 10 bouquets and $15 value of clothing donated. Mrs. C. G. Tilden was elected as delegate ~yith Mrs. H. V. Beck as alternate to the W. R. C. District Convention to be held in Iowa City on October 22. The October refreshment com- mittee named were: Mrs. Clifford Small, Mrs. Jack Guengerich, Mrs. O. C. Steigleder and Mrs. I. E. Grady. After the business meeting re- freshments were served by Mrs. Arlis Niffenegger, Mrs. Clifford Sommers and Mrs. Elsie Miller. Personals About People You Know Mr. and Mrs. Normap King, Vera and Sanford, Miss Ida King, Lloyd and Ivan King of BelleviHe, Pennsylvania; Mr. and Mrs. John R. Yoder of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Miller and Miss Oli- via Miller were Sunday dinner guests in the Jeff Yoder home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Yoder of Iowa City were evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Taube of Genesea, Illinois were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Way, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Lutz of Iowa City are recovering at the Mercy hospital from inj~ries they receiv- ed when the car they were driving struck a stalled truck on the high- way last Saturday night. Mrs. Roy Miller is taking a weeks vacation from her duties at the Kepler Hardware. Mabel Miller returned home Sund~y ~ight from a weeks visit with friends at Stuttgart~ Ark- ansas. Mr. and M~s. Lament Kelley and family were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Saforek in Davenport. They also visited in the Ivan Lemley home. G. C. Bender left for his home at Hydro, Oklahoma Tuesday after a few weeks visit with relatives in this community. Mr. and Mrs. John Bissey of Wellman called in the home of Mr. Yoder Satur- day evening, Auxiliary AmVets Meet Tuesd'ay Evening The A~xiliary of AmVets hcld their regular meeting Tuesday ev- ening with 15 members present. The president, Mrs. J. S. Michum presided at the business meeting at which time the members voted into send $5 to be used for bulle- tins at the Knoxville Chapel in memory of Mrs. J. F. O~oughlin, a "deceased member, The mem- bers also voted to send $3 to the hospital at Independence to pro- vide a party for the veterans there. Mrs. R. G. Shaver, project chairman, reported that a large amount of cigarette, stationery, matches and gum was sent to the Des Moines Veterans Facility as the -September project. It was decided to bring yarn, candy, cookies and carpet rags to ~he October meeting for the ~Knox- ville hospital. Mrs. George Fry, chairman of the forget-me-not drive, reported the total sales Saturday amounted to $50.82, of which 70 per cent is returned to the D. A. Vo and 30 per cent is used for hospital work. Those assisting Mrs. Fry in the drive were: Rita Scriven, Vivian Hochstetler, Dorothy S~imon, De- lores Fry, Jacqpeline Johnson, Peggy Perrin and Clara Lucille Speas. The u~it president tendered her resignation and it was accepted by the group after which Mrs. Lloyd Stagner was elected to succeed Mrs. Michum for the remainder of the term. After the meeting a social hour was enjoyed at which time re- freshments were served by Mrs. Eugene~Way, Mrs. George V. Fry and Mrs. C. B. Moomey. Outdoor Shupper Miss Verna Wertz entertained a group of friends at an outdoor supper Tuesday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elam Christ her. Guests included: Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Reif, Mr. and Mrs. Lo- gan Reif, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Schlabaugh, Mrs. Kate Miller, Mrs. Marie Herner, Eddie and Charlene, Ellen yoder, Louise Mil- ler, Mrs. Harold Brenneman, Na- dine Hochstetler and Joe Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guengerich were Sunday 'dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Bissoy in Wellman. O. L~ Rogers and L. R. Feldman attended a Shrine ceremonial in Davenport last Friday. They were accompanied by Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. C. G. Tilden. J. B. Striekler has been ill and unable to work the past couple weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Spieher, Vesta and Arlene, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Spicher, Geneva and Donna I~elle, and Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Ropp were Monday evening dinner guests in the C, E. Hershberger home, Ev- Kalona Maplecrest Plant Starts Operation Friday The Maplecrest processing plant started operaton in thier new ,unit at Kalona last Friday afternoon. Manager Marvin Gingerich stat- ed today that last Fridays run was only a 'warm-up' for employees and to test equipment. This week, while not operating at full capa- city, they are dressing from 1500 to 2000 turkeys daily and at the peak of the season will process from 2700 ~ 3000 birds each day. The new 80 by 150-foot building erected the past summer is located on Highway No. 1 just south of the r~ilroad tracks. The west end of the buihiing is devoted to office rooms, restaurant, ice storage space for a cartoad of ice and rest rooms. On the south side of the main building ectuipment for processing is housed. The north room is devoted to packing and shipping for market. Seventy-five workers are em- ployed at the plant and of this number 35 are women. Hazel Dean is secretary and the lunch room operated for the employees is managed by Speas Resturant. Edmondsons Will Open New Store Friday The Edmondson Department Store will observe their 63rd anniver- sary next Friday and Saturday in addition to the formal opening of their new appliance store. Watch next week's issue for an ad list- ing values in every department of their store. HONOR GROUP AT METHODIST CHURCH Eighty-five members and guests were in attendance at a dinner Wednesday evening at the Metho- dist church honoring the minis- ter, Rev. M. O. McKenzie and his family, the school faculty and the church organist Miss ~Winona Durst who will soon move from the community. After the cooperative dinner an interesting program was present- ed. Ou~-of-town guests were: Mrs. Myrtle Jones of California; J. Emmons and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Coffey of Chicago; Mrs. Allen Rice of West Lebanon, Indiana; and a group from the Sharon Methodist congregation. Personals About People You Know Katie Yoder spent Tuesday in the home of her brother and sis- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Orrie G. Yoder in Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. John Benell re- turned" home today after spending several ~eeks :in Colorado with their son Paul and family. Sunday dinner guests in the Ivan Bender home were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller and family, Mr. and Mrs. l~uben Miller and fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs: Sam Bender and ~family, A seven pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon E. Miller Friday, September 20. He has been Electric Power Cut-Off Sunday Electric power failure Sunday evening was due to a break in the line east of Riverside. It was not learned whether the break was due to lightning or wind. Repair crews of the Iowa Electric com- pany repaired the damage in a short time and tried to energize the line w%en ~n arc near an in- sulator severed the line s~ second time. Workmen had to replace the insulator before connections could be ms, de again. This territory was without elec- tricity nearly five hours as a re- sult of the break and unless an early supper was prepared, we all had the evening meal by candle light or lamp and tn the dry, whereas repair men were without warm food a.~d iq all probabiltY soaked to the skin trying t~ re- establish service. MRS. DUWA HONORED AT MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER Letitia TeBoekhorst was hostess at a post-nuptial shower last Sun- day afternoon in the Joe horst home honoring Mrs. Wayne Duwa, the former Virginia Hasty. The afternoon was ing airplane bunco with ing awarded to Darlene Shalla for/high score; Mrs. Richard Kel- ley traveling prize and Mrs. David Ashby, consolation. After the games refreshments were ser- ved at two tables by the hostess and her mother. The centerpiece and table decorations were carried out in pink and white. Guests included the honoree and Mrs. David Ashby, Mrs. Rich- ard Kelley, Mrs. Harold Peterseim Mrs. W. J. Duwa, Mrs. Raymond. Chalupa, Mrs. Urban TeBockhorst Mrs. Darrell Goodwin. Mrs. Da/e Duwa, Mrs. Joe TeBockhorst; Misses Ramona Shalla, Darlene Shalla, Margaret Escher, Norma June TeBockhorst and I~cille Kron. Kalona Pushes Over Richland 25-7 named Josep~a. Curtis Fig~fins underwent a ton. Kalona won its second Ke-Wash sillectomy at the Mercy hospital game Thursday afternoon when in Iowa City Tuesday morning, the Kubs defeated Richland 25-7. Johu Gase of near Riverside The score at half time was 13 to u~derwent a major operation at 0. Two touchdowns were scored the Mercy hospital Wednesday by Shaver and Dickle and Gin- morning, gerich made the only conversion Mr. and Mrs. Jess 8picher, Ves- for Kalona. Martin made the ta and Arlene of Belleville, Pen. Richland score, nsylvania were supper gnests, in the Andrew A.' Yoder home Swa- day evening. Mrs. Ads Hillis of Tams visited a couple days this week in the home of her son-ln-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Harcfld Peter- seim. Mrs. Allen Rice of West Leban- on, Indiana is spending this week in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hesselschwerdt. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. yoder and Ellen, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Swartzendruber, John and Faith and Mrs. Lydia Brenneman, Freda and O4a were Sunday dinner in the home. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. James and family of Iowa City were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hos. toiler Sunday evening. Mrs. Forrest Erb and children of Sterling Illinois spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Lehman. Mrs. Lehman who suffered a heart attack sev- eral weeks ago is recovering niee~ ly. Monday afternoon callers in the W, D. Brenneman home were Mr, and Mrs. Isaiah yoder and Titus Schrock of Goshen, Indiana. Miner was thMrs'e Ira admitted to NUMBER 43 I m Funeral Rites For Larry T. Gingerich l Held September 20 Larry Truman Gingerich, son of Truman W. and Velma Eash Gin- gerich was ~born October 8, 1938. He died September 18, 1946 at the age of seven years 11 months and 10 days. F~neral services were held September 20 at the West Union church with John Y. Swartzen- druber, D. J. Fisher and Harvey M. Yoder in charge, Intermen~ was in the West Union cemetery. Peterseim service having charge. His death came almost instant- ly when he entered a partially fil- led silo at his farm home last Wednesday morning. The ensil- age ]~ad settled below the ~la$~ open door in which space a deadly gas had formed. A playmate was the only eye witness to the trag- edy and he called for help, but before the little body could be re- moved life was gone. Doctors rushed to the scene and all that human hands could do was done in hope of reviving what possibly might be left of life but all to no avail. Larry was a bright and playful boy, unusually trustworthy for a boy of seven, affectionate, respect- ful and obedient to his parents and friendly towards everyone. He ]eaves to mourn his early departure, besides his father and mother, two brothers, Gilbert Leon, age 4, and Wallace James who is one and o~ ye~m of age. His grJ~&father and grand.. mother, A~ and Nannie Yoder Gingerich, his foster grandmother, Mrs. Katie ~taztzman, and great- grandmother, Mrs. Malinda Yoder, and many near relatives and friends to whom his passing came as a great shock never to be for- gotten. "God Bless the little feet that never go astray, though the ~ittle shoes are in the closet laid away: And though we feel a sense of bitterness and pain, as sharp as ever when it cut our heart in twain: And though the blinding tear- drops wet the little shoes as old; We know our darlings feet are treading streets of Gold. Oh the bitterness of parting can never be done away, until we meet our darling walking where his feet can never stray. When we no more are drifting upon the surging tide, but with him have safely landed ~pon the other side. heart, while waiting, the shining way, for the in the golden street can never go astray." CARD OF THANKS We wish to take this oppertat* nity to express our deepest apprec- iation, and gratitude to our many friends and neighbors who so kindly and ably assisted us after the very sudden death of our son and brother. We assure you that the many gifts, cards and exCi- siOns of sympathy will a'rwaya be remembered. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Gingerieh c Gilbert and Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Boyd of Nal~panee, Indiana and Mr. ,and Mrs. Chariie Bender of Goshen, Indiana came Saturday evening for a visit in the John C. Bender home They left this morning (Thurs- day) for their home. Miss C~eola Duwa was honored at a skatiiig party Tuesday even- ing at the Kalona rink in obser- vance of her birthday. Forty guests helped her celebrate the occasion. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Hoehstetler on Wednesday evening included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hoehs~r of Des Moines. Mrs. Mary yoder an Barbara Mil- ler. Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Yoder of Riverside entertained the follow. ing dinner guests Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gingerich and Clifton, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Gin- gerieh, June and Barrette, Dote- they and Cleo Gingmdch. Miller, Mrs. Marie and Verna ar'temoon in