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! Ads ads acoopted un- of form plant in Well- 1000 lockers. Building Everything in good Dmian, exclusiqe Iowa. c43 corn in over- New frock coat suit, pressure gas light. style overcoat, good as E. ~M,iller, route 1 pp42 acres, well im- 4.~ miles northeast t.Inquire at News office. p42 bulbs, mixed per dozen. Mrs. 'A. J. 1 Kalona. p44' school is trying to to come to. Ka- piano lessons. Any in having their t Piano lessons should con- c43 parties who bar- please return them. pan new suede rain coat, please see Emery p43 Leghorn cross Klaus, phone Sha- c43 in Wellman Monday, 30, Refloxology, cam- of feet. For ap- pimne Wellma'n 1/7. p45 THANK. YOU ! Buy the new fingertip.bandage. and 20 Eiast- for 59c at'Stag- Store. c48 will set up for 87- after January I, enough orders place your order now. i Swartzentruber, phone Box 185. c44 IHC mounted IHC anounted picker; Deere pull type and a row. Yoder Implement e44 , j Strabala-Schiltig re-! Iowa City park, shelter 29. p43 on poultry and eggs Ropp tFeed and c49 /Delta l~and new, used only few $54.95, take $40.00 Route 4, Iowa City. 43 oil heat- Weaver, route 3, Kalona. 43tfc OCTOBER 5, per- sale of the late Bender, worth part of c43 and Poland Cecil Hughes, route 48tfc for 1 or 2 children while mother works. baby-sitting. Inquire 43 apples, spray- $1,25 and $1.50 per Windfalls. Mark Hersh- 1 Kalona. c43 rear register- heifers and cows to soon, Paul W. Miller Phm~e 18 on 9. p43 TO SELL--ABC electric machine in good work- Lion. Hershberger Feed c46 the bat of Septem- poultry feeds: 20% eggs, $4,35 per 100 llhs. $4.80 .per 100 ibs. $5.15 per 100 Polk Marker, $95.00 per 250 Kalona anytime Produce. Store hours are and Saturday, 8 a. m. c43 sheet metal aid heat- work guaran- prices. Write or Roe's, phone 263, 119 Washington, Iowa tfe~ handy easy-d-use ~aix, add water and use. cracked walls, re- footings and steps. t contains dried sand and Portland cement. Ask handy concrete mixes. Lumber Co., Kalon~ e43 THE KALONA NEWS, TH~'R~DAY, I SALE--A new devotionall FOR ~ALE~Sp~ayed apples, book by Eugenia Price, "Sharel Baldwins, golden delicious and My Pleasant Stones", $3.00. I Grimes golden. $1.50 bushel. Ready Greene Center Book Store, Par- now. Dan J. Hershberger, Kalona. nell, phone Welhnan. c43 p43 FOR SALE--Spiing whea~. $1.80[F.OR SALE--Tomatoes. Place per aushel, C. A. Small, phone i 20F5 Kalona. p44 FOR SALE--Sorrel horse pony colt. Glenn H. Miller, route 3, Iowa City, phone Sharon. c43 FOR SALE Sprayed and picked Sino~ apples, Jonathan, G~rirraes Golden, Red and Golden Delicious. Ready September 27. Rudy Miller, Kalona route 1. c43 FOR SALE Jonathan, Red and Yellow Deliciou:s; also other var- ieties. Sprayed and han4 picked. 75c to 1.50. John R. Swantz. c43 NOTICE See the advantages of a Wayne trackless overhead gar- age door. Ask for a free demon- st~ation. Winter is ahnost here. We can fi~ regular and od~ size openings. Do it today. Phone 296, Eli A. Swartzentruber, Kalona. c44 NOTICE~Some household goods will be sold at auction at ~he Speas Truck shed, adjacen~ to the Hoch- s Ledler lot, immediately after the Hochstedler sale. Mrs. Walter Speas. c43 FOB, SALE--2-year-old spotted Poland China boar. Yoder Broth- els, phone 31F23 Kalona. p43 FOR SALE Guernsey cow, 8 years old, is fresh a~hout 1 month. straight and right Fred Frey, phone Sharon 10 on 56. p43 F,OR SALE DeKalb hens laying good. Omar ~leichtel, phone Shar- on 2 on 24. p43 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9 will be the last day I will m,~e cider this season. Dick Kemp, Kalona. c43 FOR SALE--Balboa rye, bin run, price $1.50 per bushel. Lester J. Miller, phone Wellman 10 on 72. c43 NOTICE Rummage sale at ~Fire- stone Store at Iowa City Satur- day, September 28. Sharon Farm 3ureau ladies, c43 FOR SALE --1947 Jeep, low mile- age, ,built motor. Kalona Motor Company. c48 SEE the World series-on color TV at the C & S Radio and Television Store. c4~ I HAVE S~VERAL new styles sewing machines in both regular and zig-zag. Includes Stradivaro, Modern in rotary and top bobbin, Fair in long shuttle; Fridorf an open arm style. Trade-ins. 20r year guarantees. Al~o repairing. of all makes, electric and treadle. Arvilla Weaver, 2b miles southeast of Kalona. 39 tfe PHONE r~'~----Ask for Eugene Wa~ when you want lime, road stone, concrete stone or sand. 12~e. WANTED -- To steam clean and disinfect your ,turkey and hog houses. Noah A. Yoder, Kalona, Iowa, 15tfc. NOTICE--We have 5nstalled an egg grading machine and cooler. We will accept eggs on Thursday, and Satmday at the door. FreeI route selwife anytim~ Hoppy's ] Produce, phone~250 Kamna. e~ FoR SAL : -- W .*e puUet S~rictly fresh,- -- 'Two miles north-I east of Kalona. Earl J. Beachy. 42tfe FOR SALE--A 1O00 bushel eap- aciW corn crib in excellent con- dition. Mounted on skids, can be ~moved easily. Approxim,~te size, 8x22x13. Hershberger Feed Store. . c43 NOTICE--Your health sugar is here in at y amount. Get it at Lar- sen's Bible Store. Kalona photo 226. 39~c WANTED--BeaI combining. See or call Walter Lewis Beachy. Ka- l.ona= route= 2, phone 12F21. tfc40 WANTED- Corn shelling and cracking. John Christaer, phone Sharon 12 on 7. 2~tfe ~~I1~ your dairy herd by breeding artifieially. Call P. C. ~vValters, phone Sharon Center 10 on 45. Calls taken from 6 a. m. to 10 a. m.; ~5:80 p. m. to 7 p. ~L on week days and 6 a. m. to 9 a. m. Sunday ~ holidays. 28 ~fe FOR LIME -- rock, sand or rock phosphate, call 11 on 29 Sharon. Leslie Byler, ,Kalona Route 1. t feB3 DEAD ANIMALS removed free of charge, call collect Midway 8-4191 at Riverside, Iowa or PblUil~ Ser. vice Statloa, KIlon~ F, Wingler your order now. Lewis ~I. Miller, 3 miles east of Kalona. p4| FOR SALE--Picked Jonathan and Snow apples. Levi M. Miller, Ka- lena phone g48. p48 NOTICE--Shop work Tuesday and Wednesday. Wanted, horseshoeing and other shop work. Harley Co- blentz, c45 FOR SALE--One boy's bicycle, 26- inch. $10.00. Cecil Hughes, phone Sharon. c44 FOR SALE 32-foot all steel ele- vator on rubber in good condition; Also a tried young spotted Po- land China boar. Clement The- man, Riverside. c43 GRIND AND MIX plus molasses. It pays. It's cheap. Ropp Feed and Produce. c49 F~OR SALE 4-pound fryers a~ 22c a pound. Austra Whites. Eli S. Bontrager. / c43 FOR SALE Paint sprayer and compressor. T. J. M411er, ~ute 3, Iowa City. c43 ART'S-WAY feed mixers, ask for free demonstration. Both 75 and 130 bushel size; Also used mix-o- SEPTEMBER 26~ 1957 valor, used 6 months, like new. ~ohn C. Helmuth, route 2, Kalona, phone 2 IF2. 43tfc FOR SALE Two pups, male and female, pint English shepherd, Get them soon. Sam G. Hochsted- ler, phone 30F26, Kalona. 1>43 LOST--Broach with dark blue stone and pearls, h~'ar the tele- phone office in Kalona. "Reward. Inquire a~ News office, p48 FOR SALE or RENT--MM 2-row corn picker, $225. Kalona Motor Company. c43 CORRII~DALE SHEEP~will have 15 ewes to let out on shares, Les- lie Hostetler, Kalona phone 23F23. p44 LEAVE ORDERS now for new 1957 crop popcorn for delivery as soon as harvested. H. J. Chody, Kalona. p44 MARKWELL staplers for home and office use. $1.60 re $8,9, also Staples to fit most standard stap- lers. Kaloaa News. FOR SALE 10-ft. cabinet with single sink. Phone Kalona 336. c43 HAVE YOU SEEN the unique new MoorMan's.' All-purpose feed, or? It can be used to self-feed pigs, hogs, calves, lambs or poul- try, You'll like its handiness, sturdy construction and attractive price. Stop and inspect it soon. For more information, call Har- lan A. Stubbs, 1610 Rochester ave. Iowa City phone 3495. c4~ AMANA chest and upright free=, era; Hamilton bottle gas clothes "dryers; Shelhae Universal stoves. G. E. Appliances. Kepler Hard- ware, Kalona. latfc FOR SALE -- Duroc boars, far- rowed in'February; weight 275 l~s. Cecil Hughes, Iowa City Route 3. tf~7 WANTED--t~aled timothy, ]~rome or clover mixed hay. Phone 19, Kalona. c43 FOR SALE---Big Chief rotary hog feeders, 5 bu., 10 bu., 20 bu., also circular feeders, 35 bu., and 50 bu. combination ca~tle and hog w~terers, portable hog waterer, 8e-gal. reasonal~ly priced. Mark Hmshbelger~ route I, Kalona. 5]~ PAYING top prices for your paul; try. Phone 250, Kalona. Hoppy's Produce. c4~ FOR SALE--2 young Corriedale bucks. Adam Miller, 2 miles' ,west of Kalona. Route 2. p44 OPEN FOR BUSINESS at Nichols and on No. 6 in Coralvflle. Plenty of melons, sweet potatoes and other vegeta~olesTM. Bill Porter. e43 FOR SALE Tamworth boars.-N. V. Brenneman, phone 31F~5 Ka- lena. p48 Brownies Plan Hike The Brownie Scouts have twen- ty-four registrants for the season and are holding their meetings at 4 o'clock on Tuesday ,afternoon at the old school buiIding. Plans have been made for t~he group to go on a hike next Tuesday after- noon, October 1. Leaders of the group are Mr~ A. J. Haberman and Mrs. Bacon White. Honored At Shower Verla Ann Eash was honored at a miscellaneous shower Friday evening, with Mrs. Chriss Burk- holder as hostess for the pre- nuptial courtesy. The guests en- joyed various games during the evening, after which refreshments were served and Miss Eash was presented an an ay of miscellan- eous gifts. Those present for the occasion with the honoree were Mrs. Bill Eash, Velda and Judy, Mrs. Er- nes~ Yutzy, Mrs. Oliver Yutzy, Mrs. Andrew Schrock, M~. Jay Miller, Mrs. Delmar Miller, ~Ma-s. Richard Knepp, Mrs. Robert Hoch- stetler and Bonnie, Mrs. Claude Miller, Mary Ann Miller, Mrs. Ro- land Gingerich, Mrs. Marland Stutzman, Mrs. Rolland Yoder, Rt~by Miller, Mrs. Harvey Miller, Elsie Miller, ~M;rs. Ronald Hartz- ler, Mrs. Cleo Dickel, Mrs. Enos Miller and Janice and Mrs. Ed Doolin and Aletha. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Arthur of IHarvey, Illinois were recent visit- ors in the L. J. Keifer home. Mr. and M~s, Emerson Swart- zendruber and Cynthia were Sun- day afternoon callers of Mrs. Mary Lodge at West t~ranch. Gary L. Relf, son of~Mr, and Mrs. Logan Reif is among the 311 students enrolled~ for the fall sem- ester at Sie.ux Falls College, Sioux Falls, S~ruth Dakota, O iEASY DOeS ,, ~'~a~ lY ...... IIRN HALl TO MAKE green salads take on new ILee. rub pieces of shred- ded wheat biscuit wi~h a split clove of garlic and toss in the greens Just before serving. Blend some maple syrup with soured cream and cinnamon Serve with very thin. tender pan- cakes for S lovely dessert. Mince some leftover chicken very fine and blend with a bit of L ....... ~mS WEEK'S ~EC~P" Cheese Egg Noodlet (Serves 6) pound egg noodles I up cottage cheese. I sup soured cream 3 tablespoons chopped chives ~teaspoon salt teaspoon pepper Cook egg noodles In boiling, salted water until tender. Mix with remaining ingredients. Place in buttered casserole, cover with b'uttered bread crumbs and bake in a moderate ($50.F.) oven for 30 minutes Top each serving with addition. eL1 soured cream ~nd grated cheddar heese. ~rean~ sauea or condensed mush. room soup. Fill parboiled halved Ireen peppers and bake for sup- per. Ever fry halves of fresh pear? They're delicious with some brown sugar and lemon |ui'ee. Serve with pork chops or sausages. Serve your next dish of spinach, chopped and cooked with a sauce of creamed eggs or mushrooms and listen to the calls for more. Try sprinkling a salad with some ehopped chiv~t~ and sieved hard- cooked eggs for an effective garn- ish. ] Add some chopped green pepper to cream sauce you're serving Samuel Guengerich Dies At Home In Arkansas Samuel J., son of Jaccta D. and Lydia Guengerich, was born in Johnson County, Iowa, October 21, 1884, and died at his home in Ben- ton Arkansas, September 16, 1957, at the age of 72 years, 10 momhs and 25 days. November 18, 1914, he was unit- ed in marriage to Irene Sims of Kalona and to this union were born two daughters, Thelma and Margaret, and three sons, Ronald and Donald, twins, and Jack Dean. S~muel accepted Christ .as his Saviour when a young man, unit- ed with the East union Mennonite church near Kalona, where the family lived .until 1923 whorl they moved to Florida, and a year lat- er moved to Kansas. They lived a~ different places, for a short time and in 1933 they moved to San Antonio, Texas where they lived until 1956, when he retired and moved ~o Benton, Arkansas where he died. April 6, 1946, he was united in mam iage to Mary Clark o San Antonio. He is survived by his compmfion, five children and five grandchildren four sisters, Mrs. Ruhama Beachy of Kaloaa, Mrs. Elizabeth Esch of Phoenix, Ariz- ona, M~s. Henry A. Yoder and Mrs. John ~M~. Yoder of Parnell, and three b~others, George of Gashland, Missouri, Aaron of Los Angeles, California and Ezra of Ontario, California, and a large number of near relatives and friends. The body was returned to Ka- lona September 18, where services were held from the F~ast Un~on chmch September 19, ~:~.h burls) in the family lot in the Lower Deer Creek cemetery, with D. J. (Ffsber and J. John J. Miller in charge. CARD OF THANKS = We wish to thank everyone for the courtesies shown us at the time of our great loss. Your per- sonal kindnesses and the beauti- ful flowers in memory of our lov- ed one will long be remembered and appreciated. * Sai~uel J. Guengerich family Benton, Arkansas over cauliflower. Sprinkle with cheese and run under the broiler to let cheese melt. .,dliliilllmllllillllllllillllillllillfllh,. THEATRE t was/ Thur., Fri, Sat. ~.~,.~r>.-~ Sept. 26 - 27 - 28 SWEET, 68c. No. 1, 66c on our Robert Ryan in previous payroll. Market your Men Of War cream where you get the most. Plus special lohnson County Creamery, Kalona S~U.I. FOOTBALL ,~ .~=~T.*~. 39tfc ROSE BOWL 1957 " RUEBER STAMPS made to order, Sun., Men., Tues:, Wed. Three day service. Kalona New=. Sept. 29- 30, Oct. 1 - 2 WANTED--Custom corn picking,[ Dehbie Reynold in also will open fields for picking. I Tammy and the Bachelor New Idea picker. Ezra Hochsted-I Color &" Cinema~cope ler, Kalona route 1, phone 20F~4. [ o, "qIMIIMIIMIIiiilIIiliIMP" Faculty Entertained Membe s