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NOTICE!' NOTICE! SHOP OPERATION WILL BE AFTER OCTOBER 1ST. repair work here after that for same by appointment. tone for your past patronage. and Mrs. Ray Beachy HOME FOR SALE! Pieper residence in-Kalona, 6 rooms and bath, 3 bed rooms ; garage attached to Wood floors, water heater and oil furnace, house insulated. close in. V. E. DAVIS, Agent Phone 153, Kalona Rid of Those Rats--- and the rats and mice are mov- intend to distroy your grain and will carry disease. a wonderful buy on WATKINS KILLER! to rid your place of rats and mice directions. supply lasts you can SAVE 50% on disgrace to have rats, but it is a dis- them. For service, call Collect DON SCHEETZ Dealer Oxford, Ia. Ph 84381 WANTED'. ',ARPENTERS; FIRST CLASS , ENERGETIC AND- V. David Miller Prefabricator and Builder Kalona, Iowa BEST IN L-P GAS SERVICE-CALL FERTILIZER 6"8751 Keota, Iowa Stamps with Gas Special , Cattle Sale_ Wellman Sale Pavilion , SEPT. 30th Starting At 12:30 o'clock 20 HOLSTEIN CATTLE TOP GUERNSEYS r be repvesentedt by some of the top to be so!d, sotry and be here either buyer. ndruber Sales Co. and P. M. Swartzendruber, Aucts. \ Terms, Cash THE KALONA NEW~, THUR~i)AY/SEPTEMBER 26, 1957 { rade School Notes t~INDERGARTEN We are still working on our nursery rhyme book. We hope to finish it next week. We have learned that it is good to go to bed early. If we go to bed by 8:00, we get a star beside our name. Both the morning and afternoon g'roups have put a sweet potato in water. We are waiting to see what happens. We decided that our sweet potato would need wat- er, s.unshine and fresh air to make it grow. Many children have brought cat- erpillars to our room. Next week we are going to talk about what happens to the caterpillars. FIRST GRADE Bertha celebrated her 7th birth- day Monday. She treated the class to candy. Our terrarium population is ra- pipdly increasing. We have one large frog, 7 toads, 2 turtles and one bull snake liviag in it. The animals are interesting to watch. In writing class we are learning to make the letters in our names correctly. The first graders are studying about Indians. We saw a movie $fl~out Plains indians and a movie about Navajo indians. Mrs. Thomas is reading us a book called "The Gray Eyes Fam- ily," it is about a Navajo family. We have a very nice Indian dis- play in our room. The children brought Indian things from home. SECOND GRADE In zeading we are still in our first grade reading book. The children are reviewing the '~rst grade words and are learning them fast. Each night the class is asking their parents to help them with words so they c~n ao~a go into their first second grade reader. The class would like to thank the mothers and fathers for helping them. Thank you! Dean Hershberger was the only member of the class to ~e alfl~ t~o make his numbers c~rreetly and neatly last week. Dean hopes some more children will do better+ this ~eek, In art class we made a .fall mur- al with each of them being good workers, he~ping ~O rake leaves; They painted figures of the_- selves aWd m~de their own leaves. In phouic~ w~ are still review- ing our consonants which we learned last year. The children would enjoy sharing the sounds of each consonant with their fa- thers and mothers. In language they learned to "Look Carefu|ly" and be able to talk about what they saw. THIRD GRADE We made our tcrra~'t~m ~Qr seierLce. Faye an~ L~rry brought pretty rocks for it. Larry brought a cactus 'plant in it- PeggT brought two toadf and the firs~ grade g~tve us another one, so we have t!%r~ toads now. We catch flies to feed to them, Curtis ,Mast was ill all week- We hope he can be ~ck with us nex~ week, Twenty people received ~'s |~ The Kalona News Established In 1891 C. C. SIIIMON, Publisher . Official Paper Washington Co. Official Paper Town of I~lona spelling. They were Marth~, Char- lotto, Connie Darbyshive, Shirley, Brenda, Wendy, Peggy, Lynn, Nancy, Jarmt, James Miller, Mur- iel, Mary Jane, Claudia, Jan, Faye, Ronnie, Brad, Joy and Rt~ben. We all had our hearing tested Tuesday. It was fun to wear the earphones like airplane pilots do. FOURTH GRADE Tuesday morning the class at- tended an ir~teresting assembly program at the gymnasium. It was about glass blowing. Every- one enjoyed it~ The class has been reading and studying about Columbus. They worked with maps of the Easters hemisphere Wednesday. Thursday they played a social studies game called "erase me." Each child did quite well explaining the term he erased. This week they will finish their addition review and will start on subtraction review next week. Wednesday the boys and girls discovered about twenty baby guppies in the big aquarium. It will be fun to watch them grow. The planes belonging to Bar- .bara B., Carolyn, Kathy, John, Dale, Joanna, Mary Anna, Steph- en, Beverly, David, Alice, Donna, Philip, Karen, Randy, Tim, Bonnie, Jon Y. and Mary Agnes are fl~ ing high. FIFTH GRADE We h~ve now finished our unit in social studies on the American Revolution, and are starting on the Wesl~ward movement, We're looking forward to learning more about Daniel B~oone ~d other famous explorers. We did tWO experiments in science on Friday. One had to do with radish seeds and how they grow, and in the other we watch- ed colored wa~er go through the veins of a celery stalk.+. Perfect papers in spelling ~st week tbelon~ed to Terry, Cynthia, Jimmy, Shirley. Kathy, ~Marga~t, Von, Wmd, Susie, Teresa, Kl~st+ en and Dwight+ SIXTH GRADE On Tuesday morning the sixth ot Subscriptio~ $2.150 per year PuJflished Thursday, bxeept the second Thursday in August and the Thursday of Christmas week. Entered at the postoffice of K~- Iota, Ia. for transmission through the mail as second class matter v,-~~l~L~ under act of Congress of March" 3, ][~ldr~-- To insure publication in ant given~0_.~ r~~ week, display adve~tisir g copy mustbe placed no, later than ~30 i ~,.e p. m. on Monday Of week of pub- , -Go%d~ ] ~icatiom The right is reserved by ~'~ ..~ded Sty_ the publisher, to reject ~y adver- 'A 2~;,~~~ tising or manuscript considered as ~ ~ ~:::~!~: undesirable. ~~- ~{ ATIONAL EDITORIAL"t ~J~Y WHIff~AV~ ~FM~f ' ) 10Dn, ~-_~0 A t + ADVERTISING RATES National Contract, line .... _._Z~ National Contract, inch ..... 49c Local inch rate ........ -- ..... 4~ Classified 2c ~oz~!, Mtn~mum-.80c (No classified display) Card of Thanks (minimum) _..50c IDRIS CLUB HAS BREAKFAST MEETING The Idris Club opened it's club year Tuesday with a 9 o'clock breakfast at the home of +M.vs. F. L. Strickler. Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Reese Trusler, Mrs. Lo- gan Reif and Mrs. T. R. Van Der Veer. Others attending the open- ing meeting .were Mrs. Donald Dickel, Mrs. Alva Kepler, Mrs. Lowell Peck, Mrs. Tom Russell, Mrs. Earl Fry, Mrs. Willis W. Gingerich, Mrs. D. G. Sattler, Mrs. Gall ~haver, Mrs. Ford Skola, Mrs. L. J. Strickler, Mrs. Vernon Kinsinger and Mrs. F~Py "Boone. The president, Mrs. Skola, had charge of the business meeting and announced the District meet- ing to be held in Fort +M~dison on September 26. Representatives of the~ Idris club attending the meet- ing will be Mrs. Ford Skola, *Mrs. Reese Trusler and Mrs. Lowell Peck. Two new members, Mrs. Dickel and Mrs. Peck were welcomed into the club after which Mrs. Trusler, the program chairman, outlined the club's program for the year, the theme of which is 'Iowa, Through Beauty, Culture and Ser- vice.' The meeting adjoun~ after singing the Prayer Hymn. Entertains Club Mrs. Hazel Coffey was hostess Monday eveiting to members of the ladies bridge club in their first meeting of the season. Bridge was in play at two tables and at the close of the games, prizes were aw~trded to Mrs. Alva Kepler, Mrs. Jack GueRgerieh and Mrs, A. A. Jackson, The hostess served refreshments at the quartet tables, and other members included in the party were Mrs. H. L. Grady~ Mrs. J. R. Swartzendruber, Mrs, Eugene Way and Mrs, C. C. Shimon, grade enjoyed an a~se~u,bly ,pro- gram about a glass blower. In social studies we had a test over Oreeee. We have been sLudy~ng diseases.. Thursday we made a list of the diseases ~we have had. Most of us hitd the same .dl~eas~. At our student eou~il meeting we elected two people'to write the news for the galena paper. They am Beverly Yeder and Con- nie Peterseim. Everyone in the sixt~ gra~ brought money for a gift for Mrs. Yoder. EIGHTH GRADE Our next ir~rview is of Dale Stout, our vice-presideut. He is tall and he has a brail~ to go along with him.~ His favorites are: Co!orj ]due, Subject, ar~thnm~le. ' Food, french friee Sport, buebsll. Make of ear, Oldsmobile. *IV program, game of the week, Pastime, reading. , Ambition, fa~ziz~g. The term "according to Hoyle." ] comes from an English lawyer of the early 18th century who pub- lished the first book on Whist, the game that led to todays Auctions and Contract Bridge. The lenses of yo:'.~ eye are auodt the size of an aspirin tablet. They do what no glass lens can. cha~:g- Hanan ~t.--'---- ~--"~tuubs lng curvature to focus on near ob- Iowa City Iowa ~ects as well as distant ones. , t LEGION MEMBERS AMERICAN OThe regular meeting of English River Post 293 will be held on Thursday, October 3 A full house is expected as we have a lot of important business to t~ke care of. RAYMOND YOTTY, Commander IN STOCK,- WEST COAST FIR DIMENSION SHIPLAP FIR FENCING OAK FLOORING INSULATED SHEETING _ CEILING TILE WINDOW GLASS SHERWIN.WILLIAMS PAINTS t Watch next weeks paper for GRAND OPENING AD Kalona Builders SupSy FREE DELIVERY ON ALL MERCHANDISE Block North of Highway 22 Phone 261 L. Da,~id Yoder, Mgr. Used Cars 1954 Plymouth 4-door Savoy 1953 DeSota 4-door Firedome 1952 Chevrolet 4-door Deluxe 1951 Buick 4-door Special 1951 Ford V8 2-door Custom 1951 Ford V8 4-door Custom 1951 Plymouth 4-door Cranbrook 1949 Chevrolet 2-door Deluxe USED TRUCKS I 1956 Dodge V8 1-Ton, dual wheels 1952 Ford V8 -Ton w/flat box 1951 IHC -Tin/w/stock rack M~ H||~hbor|, ~, i950 Chevrolet ~-Ton w/grain box I EICH] LBERGER r CHEV "~"~~~ ,5~ + Phone 25 galena "OJL Now tell him who~ auln + i . TUESDAY, . BER I, 1957 WACO DRIVE IN Beginning at 7:30 P. M. . m G .-mwA I' ,60rinnerHead Boars and ..Gilts Friday, Saturday + 41 h am I 15th Sept. 27 - 28 Junior Boar. "Last Frontier" Clnema~9opl= & Color "Screaming Eag i Sun. & Men. Sept. 29- 30 Clark Gable - Jane, Russell 'qPhe Tall Men" Cinema~ope & Color PI~ "Navy Wife" ~_ First Run Prize winners at Iowa State Fair including 2nd, 4th and 15th Senior Boars, 3rd Senior Gilt, 8th Most pigs by the same sire as tho~e at Ames Testing Station that have done well in feed effi- ciency, rate of gain and back,fat probing. This herd is health inspected according to Iowa State Health Certification Standards. Since beginning of program, we have~ualified. We were the fourth to do so in entire state. So here you can buy ~vith confidence. Sale at farm, corner of Sunset and Benton Streets, Iowa City, Iowa. Lunch on Grounds Edward W. Thomas Kayward Farm, Route 3, Phone 6988, Iowa City