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! i i , ,.i , i County ASC Office Wins District Honors The Waski~ton county ASC office ia Washington has been awarded first place among the 18 counties comprising its ASC dis- trict for outstanding performance durin~ the L2-month period from Augtmt 1, 1956 to Ju~v $1, 1957, A ceremony in recognition ~f tim honor was conducted in the YMCA at a 6:a0 dinner on Mon- day, September 28, ~957. Certifi- cates were presented the office at unit and personal v~C, iei- cares to the county ASC commit- ~ee men and .all full-time em- ployees who were on the rolls as - ~ of July 81. Points eonziderect in naming the o~tstanding county in each o~ the eight ~SC districts of the t~tato were service provided to farmers, quality and effectiveness of+ work, planning and organizinK work, morale of employees~ care and effective use of office quar- ters and all ASC equipment and facilildes, and relationships with other agencies, orgenizatiotm and a~sociatimm. District winners in the state besides Washington were the Adair, Adams, Black Hawk, Cal- houn, Fayette, Hardin, and ~oe- ola county AI~O offi~. The district winners were nam- ed by the district ASC farmer- fieldmen~ ~,ith each selecting the top county in his own district af- ter making a detailed performance evaluation of all of the offices ....RUG,,, WEAVING Mn. l~ii A. Swartzcntruber Phone 14"/, Kalona r ~w.,~ , -.:4:: ///i/ So that we may boldly say, The Lord is my helper, and I will not fear what man shall do to me.--(Hebrews 13, 6.) It is with ouch wonderfu! confidence, such calm and courage, that we can face every trouble, every trial and tribulation, when we know God is with and within us-- when our love and trust is wholly ifl Him and His good. under his supervision. The farmer. fieldmen's selections were later reviewed ami concurred in by the state ASC administrative office and the state office of depart- ment heads. On the basis of their perform- ance records, one of the eight dis- trict winners will be designated as the "outstanding county ABC office in Iowa." This seleCtion will be made by the Iowa ASC ~m- pleyee Awards Board of state of- rice +employees, subject to con- currense by the administrative of. ricer and the Iowa ASC commit- tee. The selection of outstanding ASC counties is partof the U.S, Department of "Agriculture's ex- tensive program to build a healthy competitive spirit among offices, states and areas as an incentive to improve their over-all perform- ance continually, in the I~blie interest. The county office ratings Just announced were the first of their kind to be made under the department's incentive award pro- gram. Washington county is in ASC district nunfaer 8, of Which John A Schweitzer of Ottumwa is far- mer-fleldmart. Other counties in the district are App~noose, Davis, Dos Moines, Henry, Jefferson, Keokuk, Lee, Mahaska, +Marion, Monroe,+ "van Buren and WapeUo. IF" BIG SMITH WORK +CLOTHES J I|llJ I I I i Jackets Unionalls Work Pants BuckarooS_ Pants or Jackets Lined Overalls that are Water Repellent and Wind Resistant, to be worn over your other+gar- ments. Jacket to match. Just the thing for the cold weatheL INSULATED FOOTWEAR +Rubber Pat's 10-inch Leather, Lace Boots We can help y off to be dressY, for any occasion. P la+id s, Ivy stripes, +w ,in- dew-panes, checks ... you name it, we~ have it, in sport shirts for fall Plenty of solid colors, too. Come see! PHONE LKALONA + + THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY~ RECORD ENTRy SET AT DAIRY SHOW The first enbry from outside' the United States has been receiv- ed for the 195/ National Dairy Cattle Congress, September 28 through October 5. Six Canadian breeders of Ayr- shire .cattle from the province of Ontario, Canada have selec~md the best 21 cattle from their herds to ~prosent the Domim~on at the National Ayrshire show, ~hich will be a part of the eight day exposi- tion~ The Mid-West Saddle and Na- tional Belgain Horse show has al- ready b~oken one record. TI~ en- tries are the largest on record. Over 450 bluebloods will be on hand for the judging that will award over $10,000 ir~ cash and trophies. In the National Holstein show 400 Holsteins are entered from which there are bound to be some unexpected ciaampions emerge. Sharing+ top billing with the many dairy activities will be the Farm |Machinery show that will feature the largest display of meal ern farm machinery ever'assem- bled at any one place in the United Stat~s this year. P RIE DAI BY ~tta Miller Mrs. Sarah Swartzendruber ,wa~ house ~ues of Mrs. Anna Gin- ich last week . +" Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisher and famiy spent the week-end+ with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hartzler in Minnesota. d)on Aug~berger of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, visiting evangelist at the West Union church was a supper guest in the Delmar Ben- der home Wednesday evening. Eli Bontrager of Jamesport, Missouri, was an overnight guest of Paris Miller Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Yoder and family were Sunday d~nner guests in the Steve Schweitser home. Marland, Robert and Warren Miller were weekend guests of ~dr. and+ Mrs. Ahanias Beachy ~while their parents, Mr. +and Mrs. Eli C. Miller and Harold vacation- ~1 in Kansas. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. +Sherman Miller were Lewis D. Yoder, Steve Yoder, Em- ma ahd Delores Yoder, Mrs. Mary Yotty and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yoder and Mary. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Mille~ and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and .Mrs, Omer gerieh and family. Otlmr ~ae~ts were Mr. and +M~*s. Monroe Miller and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mehlon Miller, Jo- seph, Benjamin and ~Sarbar~~ vis- ited S~nday evening in the Tru- man Miller home. Sundaydinner gu~st~ of Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Miller ware Mr. and M~. John D. Gingerich and Mr. and_Mrs. Daw H. Miller, Daniel and Marth~ Mr. and Mrs. ~arion Miller m~d maflly were Sunday dinner guests in the Davfd Mast home. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and ~s. Jason Boiler were Mr. rood "Mrs. Jay Yoder, Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Novy of River.side, Mr. and .Mrs. Willie Cue of Urbana, Mr. and Mrs. Jim "Colton an~ Mr. and Mrs. Ray Steel, of Washington. Mr. and ~M0rs. Stanley Sch~ck, Mr. and M~S. Richard Gray and Mrs. Elmer Sehroek and daugh- ters were Sunday dinner guests in the Robert Schrock home. MtMr. and Mrs. Allen ,Dewitt of Pleasant and Mr. and Mrs. David Arbaugh of Ohio were Mon- day dinner guests in the J~son Boiler home. Mrs. ~erman Miller, Mrs. Du- ane E. Yader, Mrs. Robert Schrock and ~Mrs, Daniel D,~, Miller assisted Mrs. John" J, Miller with houtm- cleaning Tuesday. FOOTBALL Victory Field - Kalona Friday, +Sept. +27 Kalona vs. Lone Tree Kickoff 7:~5 P, M. + 'qliP_!mmmnu,mmv Notice Of Amendment To Articles Of Incorporation Notice is hereby given that the Mennon~e Mutual Aid Association, a corporation organized under the laws of the State of Iowa, with its principal place of l~usiness at Kalona, Iowa, did at the annual meeting of said corporation, held on the 3rd day of September, 1957, adopt the following amendments: Article II of the Articles of In- corlmraff~0n is amended by substi- tuting therefore ti~e following Article: ARTICLE IL Purposes. The pur- poses of the Association shall be ~o insure the property of its mem- bers against the"risks and haz- ards permitted by Section 518.1, Code of Iowa 1954, and all acts tmendatory thereto; to issue pol- icies of insurance of the general character provided for county mu- taul insurance associations by Chapter 518, Code of I~wa 1954; an~ to perform such other acts and to have and exercise all such rights and privileges as are neces- sary to carry out the general pur- poses of said mAssocia~ion. How- ever, the Association shall not be liable for loss resulting from haz- ards other than fire or lightning unless such coverage is expressly stated by endorsement attached to the pglicy; and on policy shalt be issued providing for+ coverage other than fire or lightning unless proper endorsement are attached thereto, setting forth the terms tnd conditions thereof; and unless the form of such endorsements has h~en approved by the Board of Directors of the Association. Ar~icle IV of the Articles of In- corporation is ammended by strik- ing all Of the third sentence and by substituting in lieu thereof the following: Only persons who are mem- bers of the Mennonite or Am- ish faith shall be acceptable as. members of the Associa-+ t~on. Article VI of the Articles of In- corporation is amended by strik- ing the words "first Tuesday in September-" from the first sen- tence there of and by substituting therefor "second Tuesday in March" and by adding to the said first sentence the following: "gr at such a place as the Board of Directors may chose. A. C. GINGERICH President HERMAN YODER Secretary mCHMOND By Mrs. Win. Slmlla and Mrs. Roy Kallaua Will Chapek was taken to Mercy hospital and underwent surgery on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Beranek and family and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Beranek and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Ed Beranek home. Mr. George Doll of Wisconsin called on relatl~ and friends ia town on T~ay. Mr. and Mrs. +Roy Kailaus and Tom and GaTy, ~r. and Mrs. Ed Beranek and Dick were guesta for a cooperative dinner on Sunday at 'the Fred Kline home in, Iowa City. Mrs. Roy Kallaus visited several days last +week at the Norman Kal- laus and Everett Hershbeq~ger b~omes in Iowa City. Bill Meyer and Gary I~allaus we~t to Iowa City this week and will'~e student~ at the State Uni- versity this year. u, +~ . Happy "Hour CTuW Meets Mrs. Mary Yotty was hos:ess to the Happy Hour cl0~ at her home on Mbnday, Septmr~ber 23. The day wa~ spent quilting. There were twelve members present avd Mrs. Raymond Yotty and Step-an .were guests. A Cooperative drafter was served at'noon by the hostess as- sisted by Mrs. Marvin Yotty and Mrs. Ray, mond Yotty. The business meeting v~as con- ducted by.the president~ Mrs. Roy Kallaus. Mrs. Frank Horesowsky and Mrs. Emma Frs~Lud received secret sister gifts. Mrs. Clam Sim~t" received the door prize. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ed ~eranek. .~ , +, Switt~'mm+ most a,~al of a~ bird~ +rover ~tg~t em 0m groun unle~ hurt. They gath~ all their food and mmttag mat~rlal while eytnl;dr~ ~ktmmt.~ ~ water;. SEPTEMBER 26, 1957 Local News ~M4"ss Janet Stagel and Miss Margarete Oskolkoff enrolls&, at Hesston College, Hesston, Kansas, September 9, for Lhe 1957-58 school year. Mr. and M~s. 0. L. Rogers, Mrs. Velma Way and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Way visited Sunday af- ternoon with Mae Snyder at Res- topia in Columbus Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Figgins of Hot Springs, Arkansas, Mrs. Bessie Kosnar of Clutier, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Malichky Sr. ~'ere Thursday evening supper guests in the Curtis Figgins home. Cindy Shetler is visiting this week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Doolin. Sunday callers in the George Fry home were Mrs. H. J. Bige- low, Lalry Kern, Dr. H. J. Fry, Frank ,Fry, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Fry, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fry and Bryan, M~. Eugene Way, Daryl Fry and Leo Fry of Powers, Oregon Sunday dinner guesus of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Spicher and fam- ily were Mr. and Mrs. Evere~t Hershberger and Tony of Iowa City, M~. Velma Spicher and Joyce, A. B. Gingerich and Irma. Guests entert~med at dinner on Sunday by Mr. and ~Mrs. Ed Knepp included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Erb, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Miller and Rolber~a, V. David Miller and Moso- Ropp. Roy C. Walker of Ames was an overnight gues~ Thursday of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Jackson. Mr. and Mrs Ivan E~urkley were Monday evening upper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gardner and family in Iowa City. Glee .Dunlap of Iowa Cit~ vis- ited Monday ar