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October 7, 1993

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news the Kalona Optimist September 30, ouse with 21 as president made several including the officers banquet set 6:30 ).m. Pie was Marner in d Phil's was J. D. the club's Fall read, and Duane the new club Batenhorst will was program introduced guest Following a brief the members the Swantz home to toy train set in long-time hobby basement area, scenery and ing trains. He began and put into it. appreciation and tell.." Chuck Swantz handles the controls that set his toy trains rolling in the basement of his Kalona home. Last week members of the Kalona Optimist Club visited the "freight yard" to learn about Swantz's longtime hobby that included'hiring a Burlington ,artist to paint the background scenery. is planned by for Tuesday, members Judy Bender and ultimatum is COstume or pay the . ting, Tuesday, at the Kalonial 6:30 dinner was followed Noble Grand Joyce that Mac Marek is her residency at in Wellman, and Home was read Odd Fellows, about the breakfast at the by 15 from 11 from Kalona made to non- to members Chuck Swantz describes Some of the trains in his collection, all of which are insured, and may of which arc collectible rarities. The sign at the top of the display shelves reads, "Pray for me, my husband chases trams. us in the Amishland Antique Sale. Price Reductions You Can Not Resist!!! Saturday, October 9th 9:00 A.M. until the crowd goes home. (6 miles North of Kalona on ltighway 1 to Frytown) observed reading an item mYler Colfax, Degree, Cathrow of l Lodge No. 10 of o i?l Tuesday, October |'~:3fl, al Townhouse with t elos, ngton County Vehicle ill be closed 13. rill be attending that day. The a.m., October 14. reenware, and dolls- rcelain slip Old dolls Toys and toys One Day Only Sate, Oct. 9; 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. 6 locations Kalona Antique Co./4th & C 5th St. Antiques/5th & C Ave. B. Antiques/511 B Ave. Woodin Wheel/515 B Ave. Courtyard Square/418 B Ave. Frytown Antiques - 7 miles north of Kalona on Hwy I - I mile West ,1 Handmade Chocolate and Fruit Butters, Nuts, Ladyfinger Popcorn SO (al ).LON HWy. 1 u36"3773 Handmade quilts, t~e.e/~ wall hanging, shelves, bunnieL,ob:Skets and Christmas Items ~ffl~l~l Deetler for 412 B. Ave. (319) 656-3853 (Next to Farmers Savings Bank) The Village Shoppe Visit our Gallery limited edition prints .collector 'art plates posters, cross stitch .Christmas ornaments Many new Gifts and Christmas items including John Deere Santa collectibles '57 Chevy Santas hand tl'lrown pottery - Yankee candles - quilted items - afghans - and much more. Free Refreshments & Door Prizes IN-STORE SPECIALS Senior Citizen luncheon held Kalona Senior Citizens met October I at the Kalonial Townhouse for a noon luncheon and afternoon of games. Fifty- seven seniors attended the luncheon. Irene Brenneman was a first time attendant. Birthdays of John Rhodes and John Snyder were recognized. October meeting dates are October 15 and October 29 at the Townhouse. TIlE KALONA NEWS - Thursday, October 7, 1993 - Page 5 Mondays at / p.m. beginning October ll. The program portrays New arrivals the issues of racism and relationships within the television Amy and Lennie Marner of family, the Bedfords, and with their Denver, Colorado, are parents of a housekeeper Lilly tlarper. The first 6 lb. 4 oz. daughter, Nichole episode is a special movie that sets Elleanor, born September 25. the scene for viewers who missed Grandparents are l,arry and the series on NBC. The original Miriam Plecker, Kalona, Wilbur series begins the following week. Mamer, Chillicothe, Missouri, and Connie llarder, Denver. i'LL FLY AWAY can be seen on all Iowa Public Television stations. The tallest trees - California's redwoods - grow higher than 30- story buildings. youth activity Mid-Prairie Action Council (MPAC) Youth Network is hosting a hayride Sunday, October I0 from 5:30-8 p.m. at the Wellman North Park. ltot dogs, chips, drink and cookies are provided. All students in grades 5-12 are invited to participate in the hayride. MPAC Youth Network is a sub- committee of Caring Community Connection, a rusk force developed to meet needs of youth and their families in and around the Kalona area. For more information about the hayride, call Sharon Butler, 656- 3712. I'LL FLY AWAY shown on IPTV I'LL FLY AWAY will begin airing on Iowa Public Television o~m.. AMY'S HAIR SHOPPE Mon.- 12-8 Fri.- 10-4 Wed. - 12-8 Sat. - 8-12 Amy Horesowsky Owner-Stylist 606 D Avenue - Kalona 656-2630 Every year, at least 3,5(10 Americans die in home fires. Others are injured or killed in fires where they work or visit. 11 could happen to you or your family. If fire strikes your home or your business, the way lo survive is to get ou( quickly anti slay oil/. "Gel out! S ay out!" 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