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Dylhoff services Thomas and Sharla Zasadny of City, Utah: Julie Dersfine, Blooming 9162 Ridge Road, Dittmer, Missouri Glenn, Pennsylvania; Keith and held in Iowa City 63023, are parents of a son, Mary Brenneman, Phoenix, Gelmer Dylhoff, 82, 0f Kal0na, Fred ick Martin, born.September Arizona, Deanne Lucey, Kingston, died Wednesday, Septeilfll j: L0,7 26. dpeZCn are IQumten an(] Jamaica, W.I. 1993, after an extended illness |th Dol l Mil}er, Kalo , and Mrs. bone cancer. Russell (Inez) Zasadny, Mt. A memorial service was held at Prospect Heights, Illinois, and the Parkview Evangelical Free Church, Iowa City, at 2 p.m., Saturday, October 2. Visitation was Friday October 1, at the home of Phillip Dylhoff. Born July 19, 1911, in Peoria, he was the son of John and Tiemina Dylhoff, and married Irene Boot in Pella, August 24, 1935. A veteran of World War II, Mr. Dylhoff served as a machinist first class with the United States Navy and was honorably discharged in 1945. He was employed as a machinist and plant manager in the Marshalltown and Des Moines areas from 1935 to 1969. He was manager of Defender's Townhouses in Beatrice, Nebraska, and Harrison, Arkansas, from 1969 to 1977, retiring to the Kalona area in 1977. He and his wife had lived in the Kalona-Sharon Center area for 16 years. He was an active member of the Iowa City Bible Fellowship and had served as an elder for 16 years. Additionally, he was instrumental in establishing the Iowa City Bible Fellowship Day School. Mr. Dylhoff is survived by his wife; one son, Phillip A. Dylhoff of Kalona; two daughters, Mrs. Peter late Mr. Zasadny. Devin and LaVaughn Mullet are parents of a 7 lb., 10 1/2 oz. son, Kyle Dene, born September 29. He was welcomed by a sister, Rochelle. Grandparents are Pat Mullet of Kalona, Roberta Luers of Iowa City, and Lloyd Luers, Washington. Great grandparents are Robert and Helena Davis, Iowa City, Ida Mullet, Kalona, and Lowell and Jean Light, Dundee, Illinois. Arnold and Linda Shetler of Plain Citv. thin are parents of an 8 lb. 13 1/2 oz. son, Luke Anthony, born September 14. Grandparents are the late Ora and Fannie Miller and Harley and Emma Shetler of Wellman. Step- grandmother is Nina Miller, Kalona. Local news Dale Marek has returned to his Kaiona home after undergoing surgery at Mercy Hospital, Iowa City, October 1. Mr. and Mrs. David McCroskey returned to their home in San Jose, California, Sunday, after spending two weeks in the parental Florence Shimon home, and visiting relatives in the Tipton area. 90th birthday (Dorothy) Baumgarten of Argenthal, Those attending Mary Germany, and Mrs. John (Nancy) Hochstetler's Open House for her Hill of Greenwood, Indiana, and six 90th birthday were the following grandchildren, relatives from a distance. Russell Memorial donations may be made and Martha Krabill, Elkhart, to the Iowa City Bible Fellowship Indiana; Murray and Alta Krabill, and the Iowa City Hospice. Fredricktown, Ohio; Dr. Gordon and New arrivals Jim and JoAnn Hershey, Burnsville, Minnesota, are parents of a 9 lb., 5 oz., son, Logan Reid, born September 27. tte was welcomed home by a brother, Taylor. Grandparents are Ernest and Marilyn Yutzy, Iowa City, and Abram and Ethel ltershey, Utica, Minnesota. Great grandparents are Chris and Elta Burkholder, Iowa City. Joanna McCreedy, Lakewood, Colorado; Phil, Carol and Collin Miller, Filer, Idaho; Roger and Glennis Hochstetler, Metamora, Illinois; Dean Hochstetler, North Glenn, Colorado; Jay and Kelly Hochstetler, Upland, Indiana; David and Jan Hochstetler, Des Moines, Iowa; Lucinda Hochstetler, Thornton, Colorado; Dale, Lucile and Matthew ttochstetler, Hesston, Kansas; Christina Thurnau, Park ...for you, for your family. The end of life is inevitable! When it comes, too often a family is left un- prepared. They must not only deal with their grief, but also with the numerous details and costs of funeral arrangements. We would like to help by offering our funeral planning services. You can plan and finance your complete funeral service today. Call us today for an appointment with our coun- seler. Of course, you will be under no obligation. PETERSEIM FUNERAL SERVICE "Serving with Sincerity" Short, Jan & Meg 210 B Ave. Kalona 656-2233 Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Yoder Yoders celebrate 40th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Yoder of Donnellson, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary with an Open House from 2 to 4 p.m., Sunday, October 10, in the Sunnyside Conservative Mennonite Church, Kalona. The couple's children and grandchildre will be hosts for the event: Mr. and Mrs. Steve Yoder, Kalona, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Yoder, Columbus, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Yoder, Donnnellson, Clair Yoder, Donneilson, Mr. and Mrs. John (Zonya) Stoltzfus, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Mr. and Mrs. George Yoder, Donnellson, Alesia Yoder, Lancaster, Jason Yoder, Rosedale, Ohio, and Stuart Yoder, Goshen, Indiana. Mr. Yoder and Mildred Brenneman were married October I l, 1953. "The Star Spangled Banner" became our national anthem by act of Congress in 1931. THE KALONA NEWS (USPS 289-560) Ronald C. and Helen Slechta Editors and Publishers Kalona, Iowa 52247 Ph. 319-656-2273 Established 1891 Postmaster: Send address changes to Kalona News, P.O. Box 430, Kalol~ Iowa 52247. Y! Official paper for City of Kalona. Washington County and Mid-Prairie School Dis~'ict. Subscription Rates: $19.00 Per Year In Washington, Keokuk, Johnson & Iowa Counties $21.00 Per Year Elsewhere In Iowa $24.00 Out of State $30.00 Hawaii, Alaska, Canada and Foreign Countries. Entered at the post office at Kalona, Iowa for ttansmist~ion through the mail aJ second lall matter under the Act of Congreu of August 24, 1912 and u amended by the acts of March 3, 1933 and July 2, 1948. Published every Thurulay. To insure publication in any given week, diJ- I Play advertising meat be placed before Monday at 5 p.m. of the week of publication and claulfled ad deadline at 9 a.m. Tuesday week of publication. The right ts reserved by the publishers to reject any advertising or news matter and reaervel the right to cancel same at any time, TI IE KALONA NEWS - "lhursday, October 7,i Phq )ne MIKE SLAGLE. R.PH. 230 8th AVE. WELLMAN, IA 52356 Corn~uledzed Pharmacy Free "In-Town" Dellveff ' M~I ' { Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gnagey Gnageys to note 40th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gnagey of Kalona, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary with an Open ttouse Sunday, October I0, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Fairview Conservative Mennonite Church. Hosts for the event will be their daughters and granddaughter: Donna Gnagey, Karen Gnagey and Brandi Ockenfels, all of Kalona. The couple also were parents of Vivian Ockenfels who was killed in a car accident in 1985. Brandi Ockenfels recently was adopted by Donna Gnagey. Mr. Gnagey and Lydia ]telmuth were married October 11, 1953, in the Lower Deer Creek Mennonite Church, near Kalona. Classifieds work Call 656-2273 HEADACHE, NECK-SHOUL MIDDLE, LOWER BACK AND SCIATIC Experl Care using Joint Manipulation, Heat, Muscle Stimulati~m, Traction, Ultras0Und Alliance Select, Medicare and Others KALONA CHIROPRACTIC 65 503 C. Avenue, Kalona Michael J. Manle ................................................ J / I Ill l IV1 171 WHEN is that funeral service? CALL 656-3100 For Funeral Service Information -- 24 ttours A Day YODER- POWELL FUNERAL HOME Hwy. 22 & 12th Street -- Kalona Oswald Financial Services 316 B Avenue Kalona, IA Life Insurance Health Insurance .Annuities Investment Alternatives Larry Oswald Office 656-3998 Res. 656-2996 Glenn Office Res. 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