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THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1946 219 No mat~er what dairy feed you feed, there's just one place to get results w in the milk pail! We carry a com- plete Purina line o[ proven milk-makers. FEEDS AND DAIRY SUPPLIES ERS FEED MILL KALONA ii IN,STOCK NOWZ Electric Automatic Irons Electric Toasters Electric Plates, One and ~rwo Bu'rner Sessions Electric Clocks Electric Broilers Pocket Knives 38 Caliber Marlin Rifle 1937 Ford Truck with 2-speed axle fhUghman Spreader, good shape Breakfasters 'Combination Plate and Toasters' We Have A Few Gas Hook-ups Appliance & Shoe Repair [iRIS NAFZIGER 278 Kalona 'It takes Planning h aohieve !Eoal YOUR SIGHTS know what they want and plan for it. Others are their niche. The new Regular Army can help both. Want to go to college but can't afford it. If you You'll get your chance. Honorably discharged you are eligible for 48 months of edu- trade, or business school for which you can will pay your tuition, laboratory fees, Per ordinary school year, plus $65 a month living if you have dependents. your spot, an Army enlistment offers you and skills. You leave the service eligible the best civilian schools. YOurself of the benefits of fhe GI Bill of lter the Army on or before October 5, 1946. t4I(~I,ILIGHTs Recruiting Station for details. OF REGULAR ARMY ENLISTMENT 3 years. for more 18 to 34 parents' now in any age, $50 for las~ last 4, A furlough for men who reenlist within 20 days. Full details of other furlough privileges can be obtained from Recruiting Officers. 5. Mustering-out pay (based upon length of service) to all men who are discharged to enlist or reenlist. 6. Option to retire at half pay for the rest of your llfe after 20 years' service--increasing to three-quarters pay after 30 years' service. All pre- vious active federal military servtce counts toward retirement. 7. Choice of branch of service and overseas theater (of those still open) on 3-year enlistments. 011 Irt. Ver. MONTHLY PAY FOR ARMY MEN S~ortleq INCoMERETIREMeNTAFTER: , Base Pay e'er 20 Years' 30 Years' rqlaster Sergeant Month Service Service or First Sergeant $165.00 $107.25 $185.63 Technical Sergeant 135.00 87.75 151.88 Staff Sergeant . . 115.00 74.75 129.38 Sergeant .... 100.00 65.00 112.50 Corporal .... 90.00 58.50 101.25 Private First Class 80.00 52.00 90.00 Private 75.00 48.75 84.38 "Voice of and Malor Ii0, YOUR NEAREST UITINo STATION Building--Cedar Rapids, Iowa Prairie Dale By Nits Miller Mr. and Mrs. Henry tt. Miller and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the Edd Hershberger }tome. Sunday dinner guests at the Norman Ernest home were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kauffman and sons arid Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yoder and totally. .~Ir. and Mrs. Martin Boiler spent Sunday at the parental Joe t'. (;in~'e:ich home at West Lib- e r ty. Mr. am] Mrs .~herman Miller, Nita and B'arbara and Enos J. Miller were Sunday dinner guests at the Edd Knepp home. Mr. a~:d Mrs. Joke Boiler spent Sunday ,vith Mr. and Mrs. hwing Bender in Wellman. Kate (;in~eri(.h and Fianna Yo- der of iossviIle, hntiana .were callers at the Sherman and~Enos Miller homes Monday. Mr. and Mrs. l)on Roberts and Jimmie of Cedar Rapids spent the week end at the parental Madden and Roberts home. Mrs. John Sleichter returned from Monroe, Wisconsin Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Benell and daughter Coleen visited at the Paul Bailey home Tuesday evening. Mr, and Mrs. tIoward Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Bayer and Mrs. Rosemarie Tappan visited with friends and relatives in Mar- engo, Iowa Tuesday. Miss Luesetta Weirman of Wat- erloo, Iowa visited with friends and relatives in this vicinity last week. Mrs. Hughie Madden is visiting in Cedar Rapids this week. Mrs. Glenn Snider. Mrs. Irvin Grout were at Cedar Rapids on business Saturday. Mrs. Anna Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred-3~outerkus were din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy LacVender Saturday. Mrs. Elsie Nosek and Mrs. Ida Niffenegger of Iowa City and Miss Lesetta Weirman of Waterloo were guests at the P. G. Bayer home Monday. Sunday dinner guests in the Moses Bender home were Gideon Bender of Oklahoma; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie tYender and Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Boyd of Indiana; and John and Naomi Bender. Mr. and Mrs. era Boone were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Boone Sunday evening. KILL GERMS ~ Disinfect the ealvtn stall to kill germs with CRE-SO-FEC Farmers Feed Mill RICHMOND By Mrs. Wm. 8halla Mrs. Roy Kallaus and Ramona ~mila Mrs. Wm. Keening visited her[ sister, Mrs. Rose Brennan in Iowa C,tv Thmsday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rolf of Chicago spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Rose Small and brother Hazel. Mrs. Small ac- companied them home for a two weeks visit. Lucille Strabala of Davenport was a week end visitor at the Harry Strabala home. Bill Kern and family, Bob Droll and family of Hills, Paul Heitz- man and family of Riverside and Gloria Kern of Cedar Rapids spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kern. Mrs. A. J. Schillig and Betty and Ann Lintz of Iowa City were Sunday visitors at the Lintz Bros. home. i Personals About i People You Know I Mr. and Mrs. Amos Liechty and daughter, Irena of Burn, Indiana were overnight guests Monday in the Leroy Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Miller and Mrs. Jonas Yoder and son, Franklin were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Overholt Sun- clay. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Emma Swartzendru- ber of Wellman were Mrs. Mary Yoder and daughter, Katie, Iona Yoder, Katie Bear, Ida and Mary: King all of Wellman; Mrs. Ma- linda Yoder and daughter, Clara, Mary Ann Miller, Anna J. Yoder. Lena Yoder and Kate Kinsinge~ i)f Katona. E Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs A1 Miller Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Miller, Mr. and Mrs. John "Yutzy and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Yutzy. II ~ I I I ANNOUNCEMENT Steam Vapor Baths Swedish Massage Light Treatments WM. "Bill" FREY PHYSIOTHERAPY OFFICE 115 Iowa Ave. -- Iowa City --r-- Dial 4391 Ill I II I Bill Coakley and family and Rudy and Sallie Yoder were Leslie Blick and family of Wash- o.._~_ _:_~. ......... tlR~[~[~ were ,vm,uay mgnt guests oI ,v,r. an,1 ............. ,0ge 0 CIOS~.n~ ou~taH~e;ktl~ge~~-dse " g ington were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Able Miller. [ Mr and Mrs Charles Harland ' " ~ '" . Mrs. Willis Yoder called at the] M~ and Mrs Lee McGune and '" ' ' " " Ilarlev Perrin home TLesday "af- t I family Mr and Mrs Jack Gable - " " I ' ' ~rnoon. " I of Des Moines dinner ~uests i i,-aachoring:]~''~'~'~'~,v~=~,.,~..,. ' - " mrs. dacoD J. Miller Calle(l on at the Vi( Malichky home Sun- her aunt Mrs J P Brenneman I s sbo~ time will have the power to fix nitrogea from tl~ air. day. [ Fridav aftern;;n. ' " ~, k will improve soil fertility, grow a high.protein crop foe' Mr and Mrs Paul Harper and MI" nn~ M~-~ Mn~ma, ;-~ .... t ..................... K,,g, livestock and pass oaa to hunuma the healthful carotene and v~amur, odE" nu~ sons of Iowa (ht~ vsmted Sunday " "" "' "'. ' ]Vera and Sanford, Miss Ida King, butter, egp end me~. at the Mrs Veins Sakuhn home "" " " " ILloyd and Ivan King of Belleville Eugene Keffer and Norman [Pennsylvania left Monday morn- Kallaus began their studies at the S~ate University of Iowa Monday. Mrs. Ed Downs and Mrs. Walter Ledman accompanied Carl Saur of Malta, Illinois to Collis, Minne- sota to attend the wedding of their niece, Elaine Her~'ert whose mar- riage will take place Thursday. Mrs. Oliver Yack and family of Sterling, Colorado are visiting her sister Mrs. Jg,e Kos. Mr. and Mrs. John Blum Jr. and son Kenny of Harper visited Tuesday at the John Blum Sr. home. Albert Wieland returned home this week after a trip to Kansas City. His daughter, Catherine, accompanied him and will stay for an indefinite period of time. Leonard Lintzs' and Wm. Schil- ligs' had oil burners installed in their homes this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bart Yotty and Marvin and Al Selement visited at the Clem Shalla home on Tuesday evening. Cleola Duwa was honored at a skating pa~ on Tuesday evening given for her birthday. Mrs. Anna Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rauterkus and Mrs. Clarence Schenk accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hudachek and daughter, Marie to Davenport Fri- day where they spent the day shopping and sight-seeing. They also called at the Virgil Cline home in Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Stutzman of Albany, Oregon called at the Chester Lehman home one even- ing last week. v v v v v v ~ v PUBLIC SALE OF LIVESTOCK I will sell at public auction 1 mile West of Court House on gravel road, Washington, In. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3 COMMENCIN,G AT 10:30 A. M. 310 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 70 HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE 25 cows mostly Guernsey, giving good flow of milk. Many with calves by side; 20 cows, heavy with calf; 10 ~two-year-old (]:ernsey heifers; 8 Holstein, Brown Swiss and Jersey heifers; 2 Guernsey bulls, 1 registered, 60 HEAD OF STOCK CATTLE 14 two-year-old steers; 7 Angus heifers; Polled Shorthorn bull, months ohi; balance are stock cows, yearlings and a few fat yearlings suitahle for locker. ing for their home after spending the past week in the home of their uncle, Jeff Yoder and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lehman and family were Sunday ,tinoer guests in the Joe Stutzman home at Wellman. Mrs. M. V. Rogers and Mrs. Thursa Grady called on Mrs. Nel- lie Page Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Witthoft were guests Sunday of Mrs. Maude Thatcher. Mr. and Mrs. Ober Niffenegger visited the Ray Niffenegger fam- ily near Washington Sunday. Mrs. Lizzie Yoder called at the Dave Yoder home Sunday. Jonas Helmuth of Ohio was a guest Wednesday night in the Moss Bender home. Tim world needs u~c~'e of ~ crops. The price pet" bmhel is eame/leat foe atnu~ every kind of legume and grass seed, soybeans and vegetabi* seeds. It will pay you well to set aside several acres fhis fall and arrm~e f~ s nearby AM-Crop Harvester to save every possible bushel. The All-Crop Harvester h recognized for its abillty to cut dose and ghem low-hanging pod~ Its rubber-cushioned bar protects the delkat* ~arm and ~o u.n ~.,,~ minimizes crack, age. The All-Crop Harvester nmke~ it possible to harvest over 100 seeds which can.end human suffering from malnu- tt-ition and bring new prosper. ity to fartns everywhere. Farmers Supply Sales Phone 83 Kalona, Is. CHESTER WHITE 130 HEAD OF HOGS 36 pure bred open Hampshire gilts, vaccinated; 6 Poland China t~ed sows to farrow; 20 Poland China open gilts, vaccinated; 5 purebred Hampshire gilts to farrow; 2 Poland China boars; 50 feeding shoats. 50 HEAD SHROPSHIRE EWES Nothing will pay for itself quicker than a good dairy cow. This herd is above average and will meet with your approval. All hogs, stock cattle and sheep will be sold first at west farm, dairy cattle at dairy barn. BROWN, BRUTY & YODER, AUCTIONEERS CLERK--STATE BANK LUNCH--PERDOCK JAY BREWER III I II I II III AT THE FARM LOCATED 7 MII,ES SOUTHWEST OF IOWA CITY ON HIGHWAY NO. 1 AND 1/2 MILE NORTH ON GRAVEL ROAD OR 2 MILES NORTH OF SHARON TO STOCK YARDS AND 1/2 MILE NORTH COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4 i , i i i i1, Quality-Bred Chester Whites 25 Spring Boars -- 25 Spring Gilts A choice offering selected with care from a clean herd. They are sired *by boars that carry the most popular blood lines -- all are well grown, heavy bone, full hams, deep sides and lots of quality. You will like them--Plan to attend ~ Free lunch at Above gilt a 2nd prize winner at the noon. 1946 Iowa State Fair. i i i i u Harry Duncan, Auctioneer W.L. Rowland and W. J. Weeber, Clerks II I R. E. WILLIAMS & SONS IOWA CITY, IOWA--R. R. 3