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I~-IE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1961 sUT AVON Cosmetics needs qualified ~~en interested in good earn- at once. Good opporVu~ity: for mothers of school age child- lea. P. O. Box 285, Burlington. c47 ~:~ CE---~VJill take orders for ~at ah cider. Mark Hershberger~, at. 2. c48 i, ITE Hybrid hulless popcorn f~ now ready for delivery. Leo Vahberger, 811 4th St., Ka-~ ~211. c47 I~R SALE--Fresh country eggs, ~large, *3~e a doz. Phone 13, ~_ I~AYED__To my ;~hk, sheep buck~. Wayne Duwa, ~na. p49 , SALE I~ all and winter fJ~Pl;~'a ;:: d YE in w~" 1 m ltlrea geNrW c47 FOR SALE The Undersigned will ac- ~Pt bids on the Joe Belka : acre farm located about i .i _ ject to the approv- of Court. Y. 9. HOCHSTETLER EXECUTOR FOR SALE--Nice carrots, also lard at 10c a lb. in your con- tainer. Emery H. Miller. e47 FOR SALE--12 head Polled! Hereford cattle. Seven of these are registered. Herd bull includ- ed, two cows have calves at side. We'll sell all or part. Thos. H. Miller, Kalona. 47tfc FOR SALE--40-ft. elevator with overhead hoist. Handles bales. Fred Nisly, Rt. 2. p47 ONE HOUR cold treatment, it takes j.ust one hour to use BQ+6. Takes two tablets (one white, one brown) each half hour until 3 doses are taken. Then in another hour, if not pleased, get your 59c back at any drug s~ore. Today at Stagner Draft Store, Kalona. c47 FOR RELI,EF of miGht aches{ and pains due to arthritis, rheu- matism and neua-itis, tal~e Ru- gon the liquid analgesic. To be taken internally for faster re- sults. StgnQr Drug Store, Ks-, lena. 47tfc AUTO PARTS Salvage, buy and sell. Evenings or by appointment. No Sunday calls please. Ray Beachy and Sons, Kalona, phone 12F67. 46~e FOR SALE--Filling station elec- tric car hoist. Good condition. Kessler Distributing Co., Rich- land. c48 FOR LIME, rock phosphate, sand and rock, call 11 on 29, Sharon. Leslie Byler. 40tfe FOR ~ALE--Ru,bber tire farm wagon, ll8-inch bed. In good con- dition. Arthur Kaufman, at. 2, Kalona, phone 1@F28. p47 FOR SALE--South Bend white enamel cook stove, for wood or coal. Bill Lenz, phone Sharon 6 on 3. p48 WANTED--Woman for general h~use work, for family with two children. When writing, please give references to Mrs. Robert Lange, 850 Mt. Carmel Rd., Dubuque, Iowa. c47 WANTED--Custom corn picking with 2-row 2MH-I, HC picker, phone 22F10, Spenner. p47 BIG 2-DOOR REFRIGERATOR- FREEZER #e h food rage Model HS-I2T 12.1 cu. ft. capacity Family-size refrigerator defrosts automatically 8o frost can't build up. 107-1b. "zero-degree" freezer. Twin crispers hold a bushel. Glide-out shelf brings foods to you. Easy-opening Million- Hagnet* doors. Smart cabinet fits flush at sides. *~J~ PltONE 60 'F!A1LL PLOWING facts--order[SADDLE CLUB--Any person in- now and save. Ke-Wash soitlterested in organizing a Saddle balancer 20-10-5, was $99.50--iClub for this community may con- i now only $74.46 delivered Orde~Itact Walter Speas, H. L. WalkerI must be placed before Novem- or Floyd Walker or leave name ber 4, to take advantage of this price. All Ke-Wash fertilizer now at special! As low as $35.00 per ton delivered. 61) Bulk spread- ing facilities with farm tractor or truck spreader. (2) You may use out 3 ton trailer spreader and spread your own. Save $1.00 per acre. We will ha,t~l bulk to it as you need it. (3) Soil Test- ing Lab, ASC wppro,ved for tim~ payment, l~ertitizer apl~liedJ ac- cording to soil test in fall gives at least $3.00 for each $1.00 in- vested. (4) Big fall discouts. (5) Call ME 6-3751 at Keota now. Ke-Wa~h Fertilizer Co., Keota~, Iowa. c49 WANTED--Custom work with uni,picker sheller. F~oyd Bren~ neman, Rt. 1, Kalona. Phone Sharon 19 on 47. p49 FOR SALE--Great AmeriCan corn picker, like new, cheap. Archie Gingerich. Phone 0L3-3217, Wash- ington, c47 FOR SALE--No. 4 Oliver 2-row mounted picker, will sell reason- able. Elmer J. Ropp. Phone 22F53, Kalona. p48 FOR RENT--Three room apart- ment, furnished or unfurnished, for at once and January 1st rental --$35 and $45. Logan Reif. c48 FOR SALE--Black Poland boar. Willard R. Yoder, phone 231F53, Kalona. c47 ~]~OR SALE--Barge type wagon box, size 6x10, 1 year old. $140. Waldo Fisher, ,phone 40F67, Ka- lena: p48 F!OR SALE--l-year old Mono- gram oil burner, 80,000 B.T.U. Corner Grocery, Riverside, Iowa. ,FOR S~LE--1957 Ford with 1959 picker, exceptionally good. Would hire purchaser to pick 135 acres corn. Charles Kessler, Richland. c48 FOR SALE--Duroc boars, vacci- nated and tested, guaranteed. E. Ray Bell, five miles south of Well- man, Iowa. p48 FOR SALE--Shallow well pump and 80-gallon pressure tank. Chris Nafziger, phone 15. p47 ANNOUNCING--Ferron full bal- ance mineral supplement for all livestock and pou~ltry. 6 sources of calcium, 3 sources of phosphorus, 2 sources of iodine. Both ferrous and ferric sulphate, plus manganese sulfate, cobalt carbona~, copper sulphate, zink sulphate, magnesium sulphate. Plus the fact that it has no salt. Makes it a mineral buy that you cannot afford to miss. Kalor~ Produce, phone 13, Kalona. c47 ewes. All registered. Alvin Hostet- ler, phone 344 Kalona, or Edwin Hostetler, phone 15F55. 44t, fc LIVESTOCK HAULING to chi-: cage. Full or part loads. Contract Eldon Stutzman, Hills, phone 51 Sharon Center or Floyd Henri, phone Iowa City 337-7~24. 32tfe CROWNCRETE cement for the small jobs or patching, all you do is add water and go to work. Mix- at News office. *48 FOR SALE--3 Holstein heifers, open. Jay Figgins, Kalona. p47 FOR SALE--Shrop sheep buck. Chris Marner, phone 04F49, Ka- lena. p47 WANTED--To buy healthy cats at least 6 months old for medical research. Call collect Iowa City 338-0511 or extension 2405. c49 i,:OR SALE--700 bushel size steel corn crib, with wood floor, on skids. Also ventilator and sheller duct, $225.00. Noah C. Miller, at. 2, Kalona. Phone Sharon 23 on 74. c47 I~OR SALE--Globe cast iron cir- culating heating stove for coal or wood, good condition. John S. Yoder Jr. Rt. 1, Kalona. p47 LOST-- Bag of tools. Finder please report to Kalona Tele, phone office, c47 FOR SALE--6 H.P. Briggs and Stratton motor, also wanted corn picking with New Idea mounted picker. Willard A. Gingerich, at. 3, Iowa City, phone Sharon 15 on 71. p47 JEEP Trenching service, pipe lines drains, cables etc, also headquart- ers for plastic pipe. Call 275 Ks- lena. Edwin Slabach. 2tfc FOR ~ALE--6 can DeLaval cream separator, DeLaval 2 unit milking machine with nearly new pump, 2 wash tanks all in good condition. Roy Bontrager, Rt. 1, KalOna, i Iowa. p47 SHOP GAMBLES STORE in Ks- lena for your driers, washers, re- frigerators, ranges, freezers, hard- ware and paints. 18tfe FOR SALE--Fresh Itolstein milk cow with heifer calf. George Gra- ham, Rt. 1, Iowa 'City. p47 EASTERN IOWA BREEDERS Improve your dairy herd by the use of our sires. 9 dairy and beef breeds including Charrolalse and Brahman. Phone Kalona 833 or Iowa City 838-6315. Howard E. Miller, Technician, 1404 Plum ~t. t~ WANTED--To buy yearling boar, Poland China or Hampshire. Dwight G. Bender, phone 6720, Wellman. c47 NOTICE--Now is the time to get after those rats and mice. Try Warfarin. We have a good supply on hand. Kalona Produce. Phone 13, Kalona. c47 EGGS WANTED -- Buy your chicken feed from us and bring us you.r eggs and we will pay 2c per dozen more for eggs plus free stainless steel silverware. Ropp Feed and Produce. c48 DITCI~!ING, trenching, excavating earth moving and all types of drag line, backhoe and end loacler work. Jack Reece, phone 265 Ks- lena. 80 tie. SPOrUTING, sheet metal and heat. ing. Satisfaction, work guaran- teed. Reasonable prices. Write or call Bob Roe's, phone 263, 119 RICHMOND By Mrs. Wm. Shalla and Mrs. Roy Kallags Mrs. Mary Kron of Iowa City called on Mrs. Dennis Jardon and Glee Stumpf on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Covey and family of Moline visited Friday evening at the Wm. Shalla home. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Welte Sr. returned home on Satur- day after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Welte and Susan of Daven- port. Mr. and Mrs. Don Keller and family of Bettendorf and Mrs. Mary Lintz of Riverside visit- ed on Sunday at the Lintz Bros. Marsha and Terry Hogen- darn of North English and Jack Reed of Mason City were Sunday callers at the Jerry Welte home. John Schmidt of Denver, Colorado visited Thursday at the Ardell Pieper home, on Friday he visited with Ern- est Kleopfer and Mrs. One Schaefer, he formerly lived in the Richmond community. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shalla accompanied by Mary Beth, Bill and Barbara Covey of Moline were Sunday guests of Mr. and 2VIrs. Jack Fitzpat- rick at Cedar Rapids. The Covey children returned home with their parents who had spent the wekend at the Fitzpatrick home. Mrs. Roy Kallaus.was sur- prised on Sunday evening her daughters, Mrs. Tom Hof- er and Louise Kallaus invited guests to help her celebrate her birthday. Cards were 'ed during the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Led- man receiving high score prize and Mrs. Clem Shalla and Ed Beranek receiving the consolation prizes. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bera- nek, Mrs. Clem Shells, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ledman and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hofer of Iowa City. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Kallaus received some nice gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Schaef- er and Randy Lee of Cedar Rapids were weekend guests at the Glen Sakulin home. Mr. and Mrs. Wing Strabala and Larry and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Strabala and family were Sunday visitors at the F r a n c i s Armbruster home near Riverside. P.F.C. Gary Kallaus of Fort Leonard Wood arrived on Fri- day for a 10 day furlough at the Roy Kallaus home. The Happy Hour Meets The Happy Hour Club met for an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. L. J. Keller on Wednesday, October 11. The AMERICAN LEGION Persons eligible and wish- ing to maintain their mem- bership in the American Le- gion Post 292 of Kalona may do so by contacting Don Dick- el, Feral Skola or E. J. Hessel- schwerdt in Kalona. Mrs. L. J. Strickler left Monday for Council Bluffs, where she will be attending the annual Rebekah Assembly of Iowa, as the delegate from District 92. Mrs. Strickler is l a member of Kalona Rebekah Lodge No. 84. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Skola, Larry, Jim and Sue Ann, went to Waverly, Sunday to at- tend the open house scheduled for parents at Wartburg Col- lege. The Skola's daughter, Sally, is a freshman studen! at Wartburg. RICHMOND ROCKETTES Members of the Richmonc Rockettes 4-H group met at the Linus Patterson home on Saturday, October 14. There were nine old and one new member, Pat Marek, present. Mrs. Robert Marek is the new leader. We are hoping that Margaret Patterson will be able to be the Junior Leader. By vote it was decided to meet on the second Tuesday of each month. Officers for the year were" elected as follows: president, Peggy Shalla; vice president. Sandra Shalla; secy-treas., Peggy Shalla; historian, Jan- et Kos; reporter, Bonnie Jlrsa; photographer, Trudy Kos. Installation of officers will be held at the Robert Marek home on Tuesday, November 14. Girl Scouts Meet Monday The third meeting of the Kalona Girl Scouts was held on Monday, October 16th at the Methodist church start~ ing at 4 o'clock During the hour we had a "N a t u r e Treasure Hunt". There were 26 members and three leaders present. Our leaders are Mrs. Jack Reece, Mrs. C. W. Beckman and Mrs. Dale Otngerich. Bey Klnsinger, Secy. FALL. Ic SAkE -Iq6| C{ IING NOV. 2 ORIGINAL I ~ AVOIDWAITING- order now, ehetd ~uunmum---~ of tho rrowdt ELIMINATE SHOPPINa- let us prepero your order ASSURE SAVINGS- while storks are comploto 2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1 plus o penny ! STAGNER DRUG STORE I I I III II GOSSARD Fo ## de tie# Germ e#ts III I I I For fit, Comfort, Appear- ance and Styling, Gossard has top quality !i~ These foundation garments with the Munsingwear Pan- ties, Slips, Half Slips, Step- I and knit wear will ins dress you in ,pleasing comfort It pays to buy quality tures to suit all jobs. Bag or ton. North Avenue, Washington, Iowa day was spent quilting. A Mellinger Lumber Co., Kalona, 48tfe delicious co-operative dinner Butternut New 3 lb. cannister & S Radio and Electric phone 16. __40tfe NEW MONOGRAM automatic was served at nOon by the COFFEE ~TE Stock window ~ wood heater, firebrick and stain-hostess, assisted by Mrs. How- ................. get your storm sash ready for less steel lined, beautifully styled ard Keller. Guests included winter. Mellinger Lumber Co., Ka- lena, phone 16. 43tfe FOR SALE--Duroc boars. Cecil Hughes, Rt. 3, Iowa City. 441fie porcelian enamel cabinet, choice of brown or beige, scoop type ash pan. And best of all only $139.95 for all these features. Come in and look it over. Home Appliance. Phone 278, Kalona. 42tfc THINK! The dollars you want to save on your old storm windows, you will spend repairing your in- side window. Why not bu~] com- binations, and start saving fuel nOW. We won't quarrel with those who sell for less, they know what their product is worth. We sell Humphrey combination storm windows, we allow trade- ins. Edwin L. Schrock, phone Sharon 6 on 43, Kalona, Rt. 1. c48 FOR ROCK, Sand, gravel or Hme- stone, telephone Kalona 371 Red, Eugene Way for prompt service. 21tfe WANTED--Light and heavy hens and cocks. Eldon E. Swartzendru. ber. Kalona Produce, phone 18 tfeA0 Mrs. Mose Coblents, Mrs. Joe Lasek and Mrs. Howard Kel- fer. Members present were Mrs. Mary Yotty, Mrs. Anna Chapek, Mrs. Della Downs, Mrs. Walter Ledman, Mrs. Clem Shalla, Mrs. Paul Kern, Mrs. Frank Horesowsky and Mrs. Roy Kallaus and the hostess. The hostess gift was re- ceived by Mrs. Mose Coblents and the surprise gift went to Mrs. Roy Kallaus. Mrs. L. J. Keller, Mrs. Paul Kern, Mrs. Emma Freund, Mrs. Frank Horesowsky and Mrs. Roy Kallaus received secret sis- ter gifts. Minutes of the last meeting were read. The next meeting will be on Wednes- day, October 25 with Mrs. Harry Strabala. On Tuesday evening the Happy Hour Club enjoyed a 6:30 dinner at the Captains Table in Washington. FOR SALE--16 foot grain and silage feed bunk, two Idece Moor. man creep pig feeder. Elmer J. Ropp, Rt. 2, Kalona. Phone 22F~j Kalona. 42tfe AMANA Air conditioners, eh~t and upright freezers; G. E. Ap- pliances, Tappan stoves..Kepler Hardware Kalou. 14tfe FOR SALE--1953 W.D.-45 tractor w/ No. 33 mounted AC picker; 1945 IHC M; 1953 Jubilee Ford on steel; used steel wheel Case wag- on; Kogker corn guard for tract- or; used 40-ft. 2-wheel elevator. Washington Co. Farm Store. c47 FOR SALF,--Roan and Mallard duc~s are cheaper now than later. Joe Jr. Kalona Rt. 2. p47 KALONA. IOWA Frank Comments spreader, which should be here soon. This is the latest P.T.O. type, tractor-trailer, 1 ton size machine which spreads a 32 ft. swath, yet doesn't pack fields like heavy trucks sometimes do. Many of you will be needing more crib room. The Colum- bian "Red Top" lifetime crib is now available with a steep pitch roof at no increase in prices. We also handle the Pennington Crib with the ex- clusive "Bin Top" feature, which prevents rain or snow from blowing in after the corn settles. Glad to report that Don is back in school, feeling good, and apparently regaining strength, following his mild attack of Hepatitas. As Ever, FRANK Having complet- harvesting and cleaning OUr certified soybean seed last Tuesday, we accepted from Homer Vin- of Wellman to accompany to the Iowa Seed Dealers Convention at the Savery in Des Moines We enjoyed the tril~ as gaining some know- that will enable us to You better, now, before you get to ng corn in earnest, would a good time to take those Samples. Bring them here We will send them to the Testing Lab in Ames a complete analysis at no to you. We have orderd a new Ba~gh- a~ "Quick Spread" fertilizer PATTERSON SEED AND SUPPLY PI~0NE OLYMPIA 8-~41~ WASHINGTON, IOWA BULL S~RVICE--I have Angus, Guernsey and Holstein bulls. Call Phillips 66 Kalona 89, Strickler Oil, Wellman, 646-2511. Clifford Duwa, 646-6772, Wellmam. 27tfc HOUSE (MOVING--Heavy equip- ment hauling, wrecker service. Ray Beachy and Son, Kalona, phone 1~F67. 46tfo FEEDING MOLASSES---S44.00 a ton delivered. Strickler Bros., Its- lona phone 150. 18tfe FOR YOUR Heating needs see H. H. Heating & Plumbing. Henry W. Hochstedler, phone 20F28. c50 FOR SALE--Servel gas refriger- ator, large extension table, 3 com- plete beds, one with new mattress, dresser and chairs, priced to sell. John Bender, Kalona phone 337. 40t2c FOR RENT---Clarke rug shampoo machine. Clean your own Imp and get a professional job at low cost. Mellinger Lumber Co., Ks- lone. 40tfc WANTED--Light and heavy hens, Hoppys Produce phone 2150 Ka- lon~ 4~tfe STAMPS, Staplers, (Mim- stock. News. GROCERI SHREDS .................. 3 for 50c $1.79 Institutional JELLO 69c Hum~ty-Dumpty SALMON 1 lb 65c One Gallon MAZOLA OIL ............. $2.79 For Clothes or Dishes DETERGENT ............... 49c Quart Pleezing SALAD DRESSING .......... 39c No. 2 size Can PUMPKIN .............. 2 for 35c 24 Boxes Animal Cookies for TRICK OR TREAT ......... $1.95 Free Desert Fork with 10 lbs. PILLSBURY FLOUR ........ 98c E. J. Hesseischwerdt PHONE 43 Kalona