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banks'in the backfield as he had een Substituting for Calvin Per- .tin Perrin who is also on the in- !ured list. Perrin, who has been 1tractive for two weeks, will be able to play this week. Kalona went on to count three more times in the first half. Lone Tree ~ta.de their only score in the sec- ond quarter on a short pass to Green their outstanding man, who ran 30 yards for the s~ore. In the second half Kalona scored three touchdowns on passes. Two were scored by Hochstetler on passes from Conklin and the other was county suggests to all prospective users of fuel oil of any sort (diesel, korosene etc.) that if they do not receive the necessary forms from their sup- plier by Thursday evening, Octob- er 29, that they contact him per- sonally or come into the Board Office at the Court House m Washington and receive the forms. The deadline for consumer regis- tration has been set as November 1._ This rationing program covers ALL USES OF FUEL OIL such as heating of dwellings---central a~d space heaters; cooking; lights brooder sto#es; tractors; heating made by Welte as he took a later- of offices or other space besides el Pass from Hochstetler follow- private dwellings or any other mga forward pass from Conklin. uses. On Fri ....... 0 I These application forms can be . aay nignt, uccooer ~ ,I maP-" ...... Kalona trav^l~ .^ ~r~^._ ._ _eetI lea to the on-~e ano as soon Keota in ...... t I s they are proeessel Dy the a game wnlcn will pro.-i ~ . .. , -~, ~ . I~oaru tile appficants will be noti- ~:~Yhi~emde the We-Wash champ-I fled by card concerning the dis- team ~his~em ooas~s a streng[position of their applications. , year aria as yet nave rest onl i , o y one game and that was ~,, ~ . ~...~ to s" t'tan ~ena-on t'ro ram lgourney. Tbelr offense is led g O ~Y Junior Flander and Eddie For Men Entering Army ~rcwn, a fleet-footed senior. Ka- m~a, on the basis of advance in- The people of Kalona have been formation, will outweigh them asked to have charge of the send- slightly in the line w~th th~ Kub off program for 45 Washington backfield quite a bit header Ke- county men who will leave for o ta Will be at full strength while Camp Dodge Friday morning, ~atona is hampered somewhat by October 31 for active service in injuries. Spreacker will not play the army. These men were induct- at all while Perrin is ~ust return- mg from a two week layoff. uChnifucok Snodgrass is also back ~n _..Orm this week having been ~a up for a month with a shoul- r'dislocation. On the basis of Previous encounters the two ~_a~. appear evenly matched of- se.rm.ively with Kalona holding a right ~Ige i~t defensive effective- hess. If Kalona wins Friday night it automatically places them in a tie for first l~lace and leaves only a weak Wellman outfit in their way to und~puted possession of the title. On the other Keota still has West Chester to play. Kalona defeated West Chester handily earlier in the season but in the ~a:: three weeks West Chester ..developed into a very tough ou~it. If Kalona wins the title it Will be the first time in seven years that Kalona has had pos- session of it. ~R. F. P: LLER 'Roy R. Miller---~eceived $5.46 Wednesday evening when his name was announced as the win- ~er o]~ a ~% Appreciation coupon. The committee annoanced that there was $109.37 in the purse this Week. Mrs. Emily~Miller's name was announced previous to the Miller award. ,, ,, sAYs. I i | ~V~ HI/Vl t/OU~ JOB k eel into the army October 16, and returned home for a two week's furlough. E. J. Hesselschwerdt has been in charge of arranging this pro- groin and Mrs. Ada Hillis will be the speaker at the program which will be held at the Milwaukee sta- tion in Washington, immediately previous to the departure of the train at 9:55. Kalona men included in the group are: Edward Nejedly, Ar- den Saforek, Donald Semler, Ur- ban TeBockhorst, Lyle Triska, George Yoder and Weldon Yoder. Coffee Rationing To Begin November 28 Nationwide rationing of coffee, will become effective at midnight November 28 on the basis of one pound per person each 5 weeks, or approximately one cup a day, for all persons who are 15 years of age or over. At midnight, November 21 the retail s~l~s will be frozen for the week previous to the rationing to permit the merchants to stock their shelves. Stan~p No. 28 in the sugar ra- tion book will be surrendered to obtain the first quota of rationed coffee, thus making it .unnecessary for the consumer to register un-. til the stamps are ~used in ration book No. 1. However it is believ- ed that there will be a new regis- tration at a later date for both coffee and sugar. Persons who did not receive sugar ration books may obtain them from the ration board. Coffee will be the ninth product rationed, others are sugar, gaso- line, farm equipment, automobiles, tires, bicycles, typewriters, work- ers rubber boots and rubber shoes. o. Election Board For November 3 The County Board of Supervis- ors have named theqollowing per- sons to serve on the election beard in the Kalona precinct November 3. Receiving board: Dean Fe!d- man, Ernest Felzke, C. L. Drolhn- gel Judges; Frank Swartzendru- ber, V. D. Hochstetler, clerks. Ccs~ating board: Mrs. Ethel Beck, Mrs. Grace Tilden, Lyle Fry judges; ~Mary Hofer, E. J. Hessel- schwerdt, clerks. O $~r. and Mrs. Wilbur Miller of Frytown are the parents of a daughter born Saturday, October the 24. CLEAN-UP SCRAP DRIVE NOVEMBER 5 The county-wide scrap campaign will be held next Thursday, November 5 and Kalona and com- munity will join with the other towns in this drive to clean up what scrap was missed in the October drive. Trucks will be sent out in the Kalona trade area, in the north part of Washington county and the southern part of Johnson county. This drive will be conducted in the same manner as the previous one and the committee states that they will need 40 trucks to haul the scrap to the col- lection center. Farmers are invited to bring in their trucks or pickups to help the merchants who will close their stores all day next Thursday,. Please have your scrap spotted or where the workmen can find it when they arrive at each home. Stanley Vodicka is chairman of the Richmond drive and they will take care of the area south of the English river. Anyone in the town on Kalona having addition- al scrap may call the News Office or H. V. Becl< before next Thursday. ~b Supt. H. V.': Snodgrass announced that the grade school pupils will collect keys. One of the most precious metals asked for in the scrap drive is contained in keys, keys of all kinds, padlock, door, cabinet etc. Every household in Kalona has some keys that are not serving any useful purpose and this valuable metal should be salvaged and put to work at once. The teachers and the children of the grade ~chool have enlisted in service of collecting these keys in the county scrap drive Thursday, Nov. 5. Please do not wait until that day to make a thorough search for this needed metal. Have them ready when the grade school children call for them between 2:30 and 4 o'clock on the above named date. LIBRARY BOARD MEETING To Start Anotherc. P T. Class ~h~ ~:~l,-~ L'-~brary Board mett The Washington Jr. College is ~---'~ ~'-'-~'-'- ~"hursda~ afternoon ~ giving the mental screening tests ~ u~e ,urary ~ y ]for the next term of Civilian Pi- October 22. Six members were in! .... -- ,, _~ .... mt ~raining t-rogram on r~ov. ~., ttte,u= .... 0 P M Thin program " ,, 1942 at 6:3 . " Plans were made for ~ne annua~ 3ook Week festival, which is held I ~g~eo~ ~8 :lnld l~;%b2th::: fatihle" ~t the school Each year posters[ .... m --_._ o ..... ental ..... a d thelea ~ne Ar y ~r u~,,pa ,- are maae oy me graaes, n v ~ . .... test or phymcal exammotmn. Home Econom,c g~rls of the h, gh! ............. ~, ,~- -~ sc, u~ nave cnarge oz me ~ea.] .~ are also eligible as glider pi- This year th~ festival will be/:':- -. - ctor ilots At res glven on Wednesday, NovemberI 2 :::gonvs:r~en:is buildin~ up the 18.. . . ~ [ a large Glider Corps and the op- The linrarlan, l~a~ie t~opp re-[ n-rtunities in this branch are ex- h ~ ported a good response to t e[ cell'ant Men enlisting in the pri- call for books for service men, but[ ma~-~ course will be given eight more books are needed for this[--'1~ trainin in beth --ound and wee S g , gr cause. The books should be those : 1.. you have enjoyed and wmh to All p~en interested in the CPT pass on. Another shipment will ram should - t in touch with be made in the near future, so[ P~egCOOrdinator T; the Washing- it is requested that books b~|ton Jr. College, at Washington, brought to the library before the] Iowa 10th of November. | " ' o ] J. S. Kauffman became ill last A boy was bern to Mr. and ~rs.] Saturday and on Sunday was tak- Jonas Gingerich Saturday Oeto-| en to the Mercy hospital at Iowa her 24. City Shoplifters Active Saturday Evening Shoplifters were active in Ka- lona last Saturday and two young women were questioned in Hes- selschwerdt's store as to the con- tents of their shopping bags af- ter clerks become suspicious of their actions. When approached by E. J. they became indignant and left. However Monday morn- ing six sweaters which were found in an alley near the business dis- trict were returned to Hessei- schwerdt store and it is asm~med that the guilty parties disposed of the goods before they left town. This is not the first of such acts which have caused the clerks to keep a watchful eye on certain so called customers who carry the handy shopping bag with them. o. Name Committees At Club Meeting Monday The members of the Community Club and their fan~ilies enjoyed a pot luck dinner at the Commm~ity building last ~Monday evening. Following the dinner a program was featured after which a short business meeting was held. The club president H. V. Beck named the following committees to serve this year: Program: E. J. Hesselsehwerdt, Robert Manley, O. L. Rogers, Ray Wittrig and H. I., Walker. Publicity: C. C. Shimon, R. H. Peterseim, C. L. DreHinger, Leroy Miller and Amos Hostetler. Road: T. R. Adams, J. L. Fry and V. I:D. Hochstetler. Closing: Weller Snyder, J.F. O'Loughlin and Logan Reif. Executive: Geo. Eglin, H.V. Snodgrass, T. V. Knnerr, F.L. Strickler and J. S. Michum, Examining: H. V. Beck, V.D. Hochstetler, T. R. Adams, C. C. Shimon and E. J. Hesselsehwerdt. Hunters Are Urged To Turn In Shotgun Shell Cases Hunters are urged by the State Covservation Commission Com- mission to turn all used brass shell cases back in to salvage organi- zations. In most communities hardware and sporting goods stoves have placed containers with proper signs for empty cases. Gun clubs and many sportsmen's or- ganizations have been salvaging the brass bases for quite some time. Hunters are requested to tear the paper from the shell and save only the brass. In many areas hunters w~ll find shells of past seasons and it is suggested that these also be picked up and turn- ed in. The amount of brass that can be reclaimed if lmnters stay on their toes while in the field can be estimated by eonxparing with estimates made in Minnesota. A' survey made in that state shows 400,00 pounds of brass left in the fields last year when hunters threw away their ejected shotgun shel?s. first one finished in the organiza- tion. Woolen clothing or blankets are needed by the organization to be used in making these quilts and the committee reports that no re- sponse has been made to an earli- er call for these materials. Almost every hou~sehold has old woolen clothing or blankets for which they have no use and it could be used to a good advantage in mak- ing quilts tot the soldiers. Any- one wishing to donate old clothing or blankets may leave them with, Mrs. O. R. Shehnan m" Mrs. Geo.I Fry. The service ladies and a~yoneI else who wishes to help are go-I ing to tie quilts Thursday after-I noon, November 5, at the skat~z~g rink. ] It was also w, ted at this meet-! ing to present: a gift to each |n-i ductee as they leave this commun-! ity. ! Birthday ca~'ds are being sent to local men in the s~rvice, and each family may give the date of their son, brother or husband's birthday to Ruth Thatcher as soon as possible in order that an ac- curate record may be kept in the organization O FURS FOR SERVICE MEN "It's the cold that makes them shiver, not the bullets", said I. Rethchild, county chairman of the "Fur for Service ~Men". To the good folks of the Kalona neighborhood who contributed fur for the sailor ,beys. "I think you did a swell job and am sure the furs sent in will keep the boys warm, and who knows he may be yours. Thanks to Mrs. O'Lough- lin for her work and Jim for bringing them over. write one that is more or less a censor's dream.--I hope . . . After leaving where we were, we left for here and not knowing we were coming ft, om there to here, we couldn't tell whether we'd arrive here or not but here we are and not there. The weather here is just as it is at this season, b~t of course, quite unlike the weather where we were before we came here. After leaving by what we left by, we had a good trip. The land, water and air are just like they would be here and not anything like they are where we were before we came here. From there to here is just as far as it is from here to there. I feel just as I should for this kind of weather here but of course I felt alright there for the kind of weather there, so there is nothing to be alarmed about. The way we came here is just the way everyone comes from there to here. Of course we had to bring along everything we have with us for here we wear what we should wear here. The whole thing is quite a new experience here because it's not like what it's like where we were before we left for here. Even though all the ground and houses here are like all the ones they would have here, they are not like the houses where they were before we came here. I guess it's about time to stop this too newsy letter before I give away too much valuable i~=forma- tion, as the censor here is liable to be a spy as they have there only not quite. Take ~t easy down there so we won't worry here or there too. Maynard Cooking" with honey is nothing sew for Mrs. L. E. Gingerieh who has ~een using the product of the bees as a m~bstitute for sugar for 19 years. The family even uses honey on the breakfast cereal. The honey crop has been good this year and a good fall crop is expected due to the number of flowers and favorable weather con- ditions. About 150 pounds was secured from each colony of bees owned by the Gingerich family this spring. The price of honey has nearly doubled over last year's crop, due to the sugar shorts,. Mrs. Gingerieh is pic~mred above showing her daughter-in-law, M~. Roman Gingerich, a few of the tricks in using honey in place of sugar for baking cookies. "I use about a gal- lon of honey every week for baking, mixing chocolate milk for the children, break2~t cereal, and other sugar ~eeda. of Davenport Demmn~t