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THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1961 Kalona Meat Market & Cafe Gold Feather Mid- Prairie Sophs Clinch OPEN 6 A. M. TO 9 P. M. DAILY Share of Title FRIDAY 6 A. M. TO 10:30 P. M. " ,,, The Golden Hawk sopho- I That GOOD P?aee To Eat ilmores beat North ScottL~__ sophs, 13-7 Friday night. It m I[was the sph's thlrd win in 5c coffee eight days and gave them at ,, least a share of the Miscowa m Fresh Stuffed '~ ~'~ ~t' AA m Conference sophomore foot- t SAUSAGE ~ KJKPmo ~JLo~P~ /balltttle. -. The previous week the sophs stopped Regina, 7-6, in a conference tilt, and Wash- ington's Demons, 20-7, in a (non-conference game. The lsophomores are 2-0-1 in Mis- lcowa play and 3-1-1 overall. After spotting North Scott's Lancers a first-period touch- down, the sophomores came roaring back, sending Gary Swain for a score in the sec- ond quarter, and David Evans, with Joel Swartz plunging for the extra point, in the third period. Mid-Prairie then dug in and stymied all attempts by North Scott's underclass- men to rack up another score, to win, 13-7. --T. K. Bauer Kalona Builders Supply Co. Phone 261 L. David Yodel', Mgr. Kalona Ill Illlllll lid IN I Tune-Ups Valve Grinding -- Motor Overhauls Brake Repairs -- Std. Transmission and Rear Ends Automatic Transmissions on Chrysler Products Miscellaneous Repairs and General Maintenance See or Call Alvin Miller, Phone 299 at Kalona Motor Co. I I I I I I / :Z:THE $200 P-RIc--E B-AR"RIER:ONNAME"~ BRAND FREEZERS HAS BEEN BROKEN eF' , i@ i Lancers Top Golden Hawks Mid:Prairie's Golden Hawks, invading the homecoming festivities of North Scott's Lancers, were defeated by the home club Friday night, 26-0. The Lancers, obviously in- spired, exploded with an of- fensive punch that left the Golden Hawks trailing by three touchdowns at the half. Bergert scored twice for the Lancers, one a fourth-period 55-yarder. Mohr and Paul- son also scored for North Scott. The defenses tightened con- siderably in the second half, with the only Mid-Prairie lapse allowing that 55-yarder. The Golden Hawks moved the ball well, only to lose it with- :in easy scoring distance. They penetrated to the 3, 7, and 20 of North Scott twice ;in Attend National Convention On October 11 the six of- ficers of the Mid-Prairie chapter of the Future Farm- ers of America left at 3:30 a.m. for the National conven- tion in Kansas City, Kansas. Mid-Prairie F. H. A advisor drove the school station wag- on to Kansas City accompan- ied by Robert Hough, Ron Le- Fever, Frank Stransky, Myron Jones, LeRoy Canott and Terry Steckley. Terry Steckley, president of the Mid-Prairie chapter, left his important position as first team defensive tackle on the Mid-Prairie Golden Hawk football team. He and Ron LeFever, chapter senti- nel, were both out of the line- up when Mid-Prairie played North Scott Friday night, The group also attended the' the Firestone Variety Show Friday night as well as the convention sessions. SENIOR SNATCHES The seniors are sorting out proofs of their pictures. Ib isn't unusual to hear com- ments as you browse through the halls, "Those are sure good!" or "I like that proof better than this one." Of course, there are many more important activities, such as selling at games, help- ing cheer for that Golden Hawk victory and just plain assignments due. Some seniors are busy sell- ing ads for the coming years annual while others are found registering for their A. C. T. tests to be given at Iowa City, November 4. Also, some stu- dents will be participating in the Foresnics Conferences held that same day at the University of Iowa. JUNIORS SELL MAGAZINES The junior class has been selling magazines trying to reach their $1600 quota. The girl's team headed by Dorothy In the fourth quarter Gary Martin scored from the 10. The extra point try failed. The final score being Mid- Prairie 20, Washington 7. RECEIVE COMMENDATION Two seniors at Mid-Prairie High School have been hon- ored for their high perform- ance on the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test given last spring. Each StU- dent who is endorsed by his school receives a formal Let- ter of Commendation signed by his principal and the pres- ident of National Merit Schol- arship Corporation. Mr. G. R. Evans, the school's prinicipal, has announced . . to clean your woolens carefully that thecmmendedstudentsI Kalona Cleaners I are Wendy Phillips and Dale Stout. I~ SOPHOMORES MEET THE KING AND I In English class the sopho- mores enjoyed the play, "The King and r'. Each sopho- more had a chance to read the lines of one of the char- acters in the play. They also listened to the music that went along with the play. The sophomores are in charge of decorating the foot- ball field for the homecoming game. Mike Patterson is the chairman. Others on the committee are Bill Bauer, David Gordon, Don Whetstine, Kirby Bender, Donna Graf, Donna Schlabaugh, Deanna Statler, Carol Batterson, Ron- da Ehrenfelt and Carmen Griggs. The sophomores have elect- ed their class officers for the year. They are Bey Yoder, president; Rusty Parcell vice president; Janet Johnson, secretary; and Ruby Mast, treasurer. The student coun- cil representatives are Joel Schwartz, Connie Bombei and Judy Slemmons. Patronize the ADVERTISERS Wellman Recreation Center WHAT: Learn to dance. Two-step, fox trot, waltz or polka. WHEN: Starting Thursday, Oct. 26, 8 P.~" WHO: Anyone interested INSTRUCTOR: Bill Cohen of Iowa City For Sale Matilda Snider Property 1 mile south of Kalona --- About 8 Acres Modern, house, garage, lovely lawn, lots ofs~ plenty of room for ponies, pets and young~ Immediate Possession II A. L. HOSTETLER, Phone 232 .... [ ly Office will be Closed