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THE KALONA NEWS~ THURSDAY~ SEPTEMBER 26~ 1957 Oso ~ IWl ~ Mllmlhl~o ~mfl Imm'at~ moulh ,dsetricl~ to fun a zulx.i#er~er la ~ lwms I~ 111 d~m; to x~m a water hsat~ i~ owv,m data; or to operate s bed ~ for m days. Tomorrow is the greatest Inhor- saving device of today. Children never "outgrow" @A-ossed-eyes. Unless compe~.~,:~t help is received in time. they may actually ;lose vision--even thouvh the crossed eye returns to a norm- 1 poaitio~. Quality has everything in its favor including the price. I p I , GBAIN FARMS FOR SALE H. J. Myers estate farm, 100 acres in Cedar Township. Grundy and Tams soil. Fair improve, ments. Good location. John Bontrager farm, 100 acres, located southeast of Riverside. Productive crop land. Good improvements. GEO. BREITENBACH & ROY DURIAN Exclusive Agents Washington _ Wellman I I[ I SEC ....a we l planneaclt Sav,ngs Program Farmers Savings Bank PHONE 30 KALONA, IOWA $10,000.00. Maximum Insurance for each Depositor in the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. PILOTBURG By Mrs. Frank Stransky September 23, and the first day of Autumn. It' a beautiful day but cool. Some folks are picking corn to feed. In our community the ears are wonderful. Church sevvices ~ext Sunday at 9:30. Rev. and Mrs. Earl Erb are back from their triD to Colorado where ~hey visited their son who is in sezvice at this time. Mr .and Mrs, Marion Stransky and Mr. arld iMrs. Harvey Tim- mons drove to Cedar Falls Sun- day to visit at the home of Mr. amt M~s. Melvin Thomas to see the new son, ,Gary Douglas. Mrs. Carl Oldfield is at her home now since being at the hos- pital in Iowa City. Mrs. Lydia Horak and Harold, Mrs. Edith Pribyl and Mrs. Frank Stransky visited at the Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Vodicka and girls on Sunday afternoon and also called on Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Engel and family who also live in the Grace Hill community. Mrs. E'ngel boarded at one time with Mrs. Pri- byl when she taught t~he Egypt school The Richard Scott family visit- ed at her mother's Mrs. Vera Tur- nipseed in Wellma~ Sunday where other merdb~ls of the family met. The principal use of nickel in the television and radio receivers and high fidelity sound systems is in thc vital working part of tubes and in permancnt magnets for speak- ers. There is no known serum cure ~or cancer. A serum is of value only against a disease caused by a germ. Cmacer is not caused by a germ; therefore, serums are of ne value in its treatment. Last word in commuting luxury is a bus that carries workers into Chicago. It has wall-to-wall car- peting. I . I I III I HYBRID CORN AND HYBRID SORBHUM scab sv LOWELL G. BRENNEMAN Phone 10 on 7~ Wellman iJu, TULAREMIA. [ It's rabbit-hunting time again.I The season opened, September 141 in Iowa. And . . home is theI hurtter with Freshly killed rabbits/ to be prepared for the family toj eat. Your I~wa State Department of Health cautions you to handle the wild rabbits calefully. Tularemia sometimes referred to as "Rabbit Fever" is p~esent in Iowa. There were eight human cases reported in 1955 and four cases in 1956. Tularemia may be transmitted to man by infested animals and insects. Rabbits and ticks are most often responsLble for passing the disease on to human .beings. Handling or eating improperly cooked ra~it meat can cause Tul- aremia. The germs usually enter the J~ody through g cut or abra- sion on the skin so it is wise to ~'ear rubber gloves while dressing wild rabbits or handling fresh rabbit meat. If~ white or greyish spots are visible on the internal organs, es- pecially the liver, burn or bury the animal at once! This means the disease is in the advanced stage. A rabbit that is killed in the eaHy stages of the disease may show no signs of illness but may be capable of spreading the dis- ease to man. To avoid getting Tularemia from wild rabbits, the Iawa State Department of Health's veterin- arian suggests: Washing the hands thoroughly with soap 'and water after cleaning the game and cooking it thorougly to kill all disease o~ ganisms. Tularemia in man is not easy ~o recognize. S~mptons usually seen are headache, fever, chills, and general~ weakness. An ulcer may appear on the hand where the organisms entered the ~dy. Should the presence of this dis- ease be suspected a doctor should be consuled a~ once, Early medi- cal care will hasten recovery. Along the Ohio River, 21 steel mills, blast furnaces and steel processing plants, and 12 electric power firms operate private docks for the movement of coaL To preserve the harmony of the Mmous skyline of Istanbul. Tur- key, the City Pluming Commi~* sion there has set up a "Jury on Esthetics" which will rule oo all plans for new structures. COASr-TO- b'T ECONOMYRUN PROV IT-.. COSTS TO DRIP! Test run from Los Angeles to New York by the three leading low-priCed cars showed Chevrolet costs less to operate, with up to 17v~ greater~fuel economy! When fuel and oi~erati,ng costs for are officially ~ed from Los Angdes to New York, that's an economy com- parison! And what happened? In cert~ NATA* finding, Chevy delivered u~p to 177o gre~er fuel economy, and lower total cost for the trip--proOf that Chevrolet costs least to "operate of the three leading low- priced cars that were tested! But that's not surprising. You expect Chevrolet engines to wring extra miles out of a gallon of gas--just: as you expect finer craftsmanship in the way a~Chevy is built. Better see your Chevrolet dealer soon! *~1 Automotive Teslin~ Association GET A WINNING DEAL ON A NEW (~]~VY--THE GETTING'S I~fTRA ~D! Only franehimd Chevrolet dcakrs display this ~ou~ trademark See Your Local Authorlx~d Chevrolet Dealer MORE PEOPLE DRIVE CHEVROtETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR High School Notes l FRESHMAN CLASS ~O~r first interview is of Jim Kelley. Some of his favorites are: Actor, Marlin Brando. Actress, Debbie Reynolds. Male singer, ,Pat Boone. Female Singer, Rosemary Clooney. Color, green. Subject, algebra. Food, steak. Song, "In the Middle of an Island." TV program, American Band- stand. ~OPHOMORE CLASS This week we will interview our Geometry teacher, Mr. Oyer. Question: Where'did you attend college ? Answer: Bob Jones University, Greenville, South Carolina and the UrAversity of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado. Question: How long have you been teaching ? Answer: This is my third year. Question: Where did you teach be- fore you came to Kalon~t? Answer: I started my teaching ca- ree~ at Kalona. Question: What would you rather do if you weren't a teacher? Answer: I have never given this question much thought because I enjoy teaching, however, since one of my pastimes is mountain.climb- ing, work in on of our National Parks would appeal to me. JUNIOR CLASS The junior class is going to pick out the play Friday. The whole school took the Iowa State tests Wednesday and Thurs- day. The Junior class had a test io. typing and English "~aeso,ty. SENIOR CLASS On ~eptember 22, 1939, a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harley Smith. He was called Ray Martin. Nicknamed Jimmy. Favorite Color, blue. F~vorite food, ham. Favorite actor, James ~tewaxt. Favorite actress, Ja~ne Mans- field. Song, "Honeycomb." Movie, Bernadine. ~Female singer, Patt~j Page. Male Singer, Tommy Sands. Subject, social problems Pastime, getting into trouble, TV program, Warner Brothers. Future, undecided. l,~even I, am He that blotteth out thy transgressions for mine own sake, and will not remember thy sins.-..:(Isaiah 4S, z&) It is the still, small voice of conscience which abides within us all the days~and especially the nights---of our lives that 'remembers' our sins. But God, our merciful Father, will for- give the humbly, truly repent- ant, and give us new lifein His loving-kindness. If you find life is empty, try~ Three birds putting something into it.I are the emu, PUB, LIC S The following personal property of Hochstedler will be sold at public premises on highway 22 in Kalona on: Saturday, September Commencing at 1 o'clock General Electric 5-ft. refri home freezer; drop leaf table; combination bottle gas and wood stove for wash house; 3-burner New oil stove with oven; Aladdin electric iron; barrel churn; glass ch~ utensils and dishes; roasting ment; some fruit jars; waffle iron wich grill;clothes rack; work in., 22-imwidth and 34-in. heighth; with formica top. Walnut desk; chest of drawers; and bookcase combined, 85 years rockers; 2 small rockers; stand; some books; pedestals; 12x14 rug, 9x12-ft.; coffee table. Dining room table and six chairs; hall trees; 8-day clock; three electric Three beds with springs and bed; studio couch; day bed; mode; two feather ticks; electric chine. Quilt stands and frames; suit case; es; step ladder; trouble lamp; telephone; steel barrels; wheel lawn mower; hand mower; shovel; axes; 2 ranks kitchen feeders; 50-ft. rubber hose; some new Black and, Decker -in, drill; sprayer with barrel, pump jack 15 Dekalb 309 hens. Other ous to mention. Consigned by Mrs. Delila desk with glass bookcase, made in chest; Westinghouse refrigerator; ment bottle gas stove; 7-way floor steel cabinet; sleeve board; 5 chair; Maytag washer; picture. Chester Miller, Auct. . D. Emmet W. Hocht Executor REMEMBER! Second half taxes Penalty starts October 1. Pay at or mail us a check if you wish. Also, all motor vehicles and fee of more than $10 must have a title before licensing for 1958. . ~ TO fRAIN FOR " . JET AIRCRAFT MAINTlit i|( SPE-CIAL mo owm ut 5 SHIRTS LAUNDERED Appvd. Sanitone Service s1.09 MARTINS Cleaners & Shirt Specialists Washington, Iowa Trained Men receive up to $30~ HIGH We will finance your training can qud, i~f for registration. 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