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Pleasantview Pieces by Barbara Stutzman Oclobcr's Pleasantview tlome Nursing I)cpta'tment Fmployee of the Mol)th is Dawn Spicher. She has been ct)tploycd at Pleasantview Nursiug lh>mc 16 years. Dawn is an I.PN and works on the ICF West Nursing ('.are Unit. Dawn works full lime on the 2-10 shift. Dawn says she lem-ns so much from the residents and really enjoys working with them. l)awn grew up in Joctown and now lives in Kalona. ller hobbies are cross stitching, reading and golf. Congratulations Dawn for being the Employee of the Month. Keep up the wonderful work. Casey I)uaine ltay, 27, rural Washington, was arrested at 7:57 p.m., Wednesay, September 29, on a failure to appear warrant from Fayette County on an original charge of 4th degree theft. Deer !~ Ron Carey of West Chester :,,, reported that he struck a deer south of Dublin on a grovel road. did not believe there was more than $300 damge. Another driver reported Thursday, September 30, that he struck and killed a deer on Prairie Flower Road at the West Chester quarry. There was a reported $300 damage to the vehicle. Calls A Wcllman woman reported receiving harrassing telephone calls Sunday, October 3, from a man c~dljng himself "Jim" and saying he was doing a survey. Curfew Kah)na officer reported he had scvcu juveniles in Kalona at the Conoco Station for curfew violations. Parents were notified and picked up their children. Museum of Art announces re-opening The [Iniversity of Iowa Museum of Art, closed since early July due to flcxxling, announced plans to reopen to the public Tuesday, September 28. The museum resumes its regular hours that day: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday and noon-5 p.m. Sunday• The museum also has announced a new schedule of events for the fall ,semester, including exhibition dates and Museum Perspectives programs. The new schedule replaces dates announced in the UI arts-preview publication Artsh)wa. To allow time for preparation, special exhibitions previously scheduled to open in September have been delayed. :i :/ !, ti! i Thursday, October 7: Alcoholics Anonymous meets, 8 p..m. at Wellman City llall, downstairs. AI-Anon meets, 8 p.m. at Wellman City ltall, council chambers. ECICOG public meeting, 7 p.m. Iowa City Public Library, 123 S. Linn Street, Iowa City. Friday, October 8: Dixie Melody Boys in concert, 7 p.m. at IMS. Sunday, October 10: Richmond Amvets Post 107 meets, 1 p.m. • AMVETS llall. Monday, October 11: Wellman Volunteer Firemen meet, 7 p.m. at the Wellman Fire Station. Mid-Prairie Board of Education meets, 7:30 p.m., Wellman I elementary school (work session at i. 6:30 p.m.). ... , In, tlighland Community ~cnoots Board of Directors meet, 7:30 p.m., li~i,! Highland high school library. " Kalona Lioness, 6:30 p.m., Kalonial Townhouse. Tuesday, October 12: The University Club October Luncheon, 12 noon, tloliday Inn, Iowa City. Program is "Always Have a Dream" with Bill Quinby, an NFL official. Reservations due October 5. Cost is $8.50 for members, and $9.50 for guests. Make checks payable to University Club and mail to Marsha Hamer, 10 Heather Drive, Iowa City, Iowa 52245. Kalona Rotary meets, noon, Farmers Savings Bank. Wellman l leritage Society 7:30 I, ill p.m. at the Museum. Wednesday, October 13: Wellman TTT meets 7:30 p.m. at the Municipal Building, Wellman. Wellman Rotary meets, 12:10 p.m. at the American Legion Building, Wellman. Thursday, October 14: Alcoholics Anonymous meets, 8 p.m. at City ttall, downstairs, Wellman. AI-Anon meets, 8 p.m. at City Hall, council chambers, Weilman. ,I . Appraisals . Farm Machinery -k Livestock • Upcoming Auctions. Household Auction Dates More Furniture Welcome 1988 Buick Century, 4 Dr. 88,(XX) miles, loaded. October 30 B-4 Building November 6 605 D Avenue You've got the best price when the Colonel says "Sold." Friday, October 15: Kalona Senior Citizens meet at Kalonial Townhouse for 12:30 p.m. luncheon. Friday and Saturday, October 22 and 23: 38th Annual Pleasantview Home Benefit Sale, Kalona Sales Barn. :erinary Associates Announce the Association of in the Practice of Veterinary Medicine Veterinary Associates 330 3rd St. Iowa City, IA 52240 319-337-5212 fill '®Tractors 12.5HP Gear, List $2299 • FREE GRS~ Grass Reduction System with purchase! • 12.5HP to 16HP Hydrostatic drive models available. * W-l-d-e 36" deck standard on 12.5HP. 5HP Model : Recycle as you walk! Powerful Vacuum and Efficient Shredder reduces material 10:1! ~9 * Auto-Feeding Chipper for branches! • Convenient Autobagger! • 2 Models, one self-propelledl t re~gt mlnmJ 0n mm Item. *lml~)rtan! Information Regarding Credit Terms: The Annual Percentage Rate, based on your state of residence, is as fotk)ws: AK - 18% on first $1 .(Xl) el balance, 7.92qr t)n excess; AL, (.q'. t'l., I.A. MA, ME, MN, N(', NIL I'A, RI. WA. anti WI - 18%; AR -7.92¢~ ; KS - 1896'Y~, on first $1 ,IX}() of balance, 14A% on excess; NE - 1896% on first $500 ()f balance, 180/,` on excess; SC - 16.92%; TX - 17.(.,4%; WV - 18~ on lirst $751)of balance, 12% on excess: IX' and all otl)er states - 18.96(7~. Minimum finance charge is 50¢ for each billing cycle m wbich a finance charge is payable (except for residents of AR. CT, DC. 1tl. ID, KY, LA, MD, NE, NM, NC, ND. OR, and RI). Now Available at this participating Dealer TBF3 mlq m ~ lllmlhllllmglllW~llgF mmlmWml~mmllnmlll) 1~ Stringtown Sales and Service Phone 683-2638 -- 1 1/2 Miles East of Kalona Cheese Factory Stop in for a free demonstration! II Ill need corps Auditions for the children's corps of the Joffrey Ballet "Nutcracker" performances in the University of Iowa llancher Auditorium are I0 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, October 9, in the Space/Place Theatre of UI North llall. The corps of children will dance with the Jeffrey Ballet in six performances December 1-5. Auditions will be divided into three sections: second-year ballet students will audition 10-11:30 a.m.; third and fourth year ballet students noon to 2 p.m., and fifth year and advanced ballet students, 2:30-4 p.m. No student may audition if he or she is taller than five feet or shorter than four feet. All auditioners must be between nine and 13 years of age. There is no advance sign-up for audition times. Dancers should check in one hour prior to their audition slots to complete application forms, and should be TI IE KALONA NEWS - Thursday, :ions set, children prepared to remain through the next audition slot in case callbacks are required. Auditioners should wear leotards, tights and ballet slippers, and should bring a recent photo. Rehearsals with Jeffrey personnel are tentatively set for October 15-19. Thereafter, the tentative schedule at the UI dance department is Wednesdays Saturdays 10 a.m, Sundays, noon Rehearsals will Thanksgiving Additional dress rehearsals the performan¢os Rehearsals will bOll Diane Danhieux, Talented and Gifted UI dance depamnent. For additional information Auditorium at Bud's Custom -800-373-8491 -- 6 t cut wrapped frozen t Jct. 218 and Highway 22 Heather Lindberg 653-5733 Servicing the Riverside and Kalona area Thinking of buying or Selling a home? At Boulevard Realty we can provide you with the professional service you deserve. Call us today for all of your Real Estate needs. 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