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For Meatless Days SERVE AN ALTERNATE The ~ of meatless days in the near future is no hardship but is merely a further challenge to the ingenuity of the home- maker. Since most families eat what is set before them, this will give the woman of the house an opportamiW to experiment with the casserole dish, salad or vege- table plate she has been aching to try. Meat altGrnatea aren't so scarce a~ one might think. The home- maker will really have only to be sure abe is getting food value through the alternate equal to what she would if she were serv- in~ meat, which is complete pro- te~ add growth and buld. in8 of new tilt~es in young people and replacement of. tissues worn out in an ordinary day's a~tivity for adults, Whereas meat and other animal proteins provide all the mential materials for build- ~!body tissues, cereal and vege- tal~les proteins are incomplete and need to .be supplemented with other p~ein foods. This is where the homemaker's challenge comes in: She is charged with respon- sibilit- for planning attractive mealm that provide adequate pro- teen with less meat. F4ge, cheese and milk all are animal protein ~" foods, and it's patriot/e to use them. Cheese is a highly concentrated protein, and like egg~ and milk contains good quantities of vitamins B, and G. Cheese asd n~ilk also are souress of ca~ and phos- phorus to aid in building bones and healthy muscles. With Iowa the top poultry-pro- ducing state in the nation and plans for meat rationing exclud- ing poultry, now is a good time to tree that egg-a-day or more! Nrving chicken at least once a week will ~lt meat expenditures. Use of whole grain cereals may become more common, for they eontafn both protein and vitamin B., or thiamin, needed to digest carbohydrates. Vitamin B., which is found ~u meat, especially pork, prevents excess nervousness and in~s effieiencymso import- ant when ~eryone is doing war work in addition to his usual du- ~ea. ~-qe~xed bread and flou~ with their added v~tamins may MI' " SCELLANEOUS ADS-- 7~e -- Bach ad. ditiomd line 5. FOR SALD--1936 PLymouth se- dan, good tires. J. John J. Miller galena, pl FOR RENT--Stock pasture, 5c per head per day. Inquireof Chris Stoltzfus, Kalona.p2 1 FOR SA~China cabinet, $18. Mrs. Isiah B. Miller, Iowa City, Rt. 4. pl LOST~Wool head scarf, dark col- ored, Wednesday evening in busi- ness district. Inquire at News ~Of- lice. pl PORTABI~" GRINDIING Prompt officiant eervie~ Phone 257, Kalona. MAYNARD C. REBER e~2 FOR SAI2g--Line and anchor posts; alfalfa, timothy, akike, medium, mammoth clover seed; oeed rye. Emery M. Yoder. 4at~c FOR SALE--C~ose feathers, $1 ~er pound. Mrs. Dave M. Bender. Kalona. p2 FOR SALE--Berkshire boar and bred gilts. Win. Zahs, Riverside on oiled road north of Middleburg school, p5 NOTICE~The Kalona Savings and Farmers Savings Banks will be closed all day Tuesday, Novem- ber 3 for Election Day. cl APPLES--A load or Orus Ben- der's apples will be Offered for sale Saturday, October 31 at the Henry Mast residence in the west part of galena. Bring containers. DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED Jtmt call Tom Karr and he will look altar them for you. Phone 6 on 36, Wellman. L J . . .... NOTICE~If you live in Washing- ton, Sharon or Liberty Townships, ohnson County, for your DeKa|b seed corn see Urie Miller, Kalona Rt. 2, Phone Sharon 3 on 41. p2 FOR SALE--8 young C~ernsey milk cows, 2 with calves by side, 1 will be fresh in 2 wks,; 3 Guern- sey heifers, I will he fresh in 30 or vitamin G. is hard to ~ any ~lace except from meat, al~ the other three animal In~.ns have small amounts. Riboflavin prevents burning, itehin~ eyes and helps to keep the akin healthy. The hom~ san badly avoid ~e "egg-a~lay rule when mea~ becomes scares for although liver and pork are recognized for their iron content ,the iron in eggs is ' in a ~form which the body can use ~00 percent--and that is more than even liver can claim. Soybeans may play an increas- inlfly important part in the diet of midwesterners as transporta- tion facilities are used more and more fox~ vital war materials. Like navy and lima beans and peas, soybeans ~ good meat alterna- tes. For flavor s sake, the home- maker may want to stretch her meat mappI~ so she can have a little ~mlt pork or ~mcon to cook with these vegetables, She may serve more stews which vtee a combination of me~t~ and vegetables, and she 'might plan to have a pot roast and cook the vegetable~ a~ound the meat. Another alte~ate that may be is the easse. role--meat and spaghetti or mac- arol~ meat pie, macaroni and DEAD STOCK Lw~IOVED Jtmt call the Phillip's 66 Stni te~ galena, for prompt servie~. Ed Wingler, Riverside FOUND~Some tools on road west of my place. For S~e--Collie pups. Sam T. Miller, phone ga- lena, 32 on 8. pl FOR SAL~---Guernsey : ~ C0W, j~St fresh, 2nd calf. Dennis M. Miller Kalona, Rt. 3, phone 21 on 25. pl FOR RENT---4 acres and 4 room house and other buildings in Rich- mond on Rock road. Z.F. Shillig, Iowa City, Rt. 4. ~ p3 WANTED~To combine you~ soy beans. John Benell phone 17 Ka- lena. el Dinner guests with Alice Mar- nor Sunday were Mr. and. Mrs. Eli Marker and daughter Susan and Mrs. Gid Swartzendrnber of Par- nell. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Stut~man are spending a few days this week at the Sam Bender home. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fry and fam- ily visited in the Jay Butterbaugh home near Coralvitle Sunday af- ternoon Leroy Moomey of Iowa City vis- ited from Wednuday until Mon- day morning with his son C~dlen Moomey ~ family., THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1942 ADDRESSES OF MEN IN SERVICE ARMY Pv~ Ward Benson Co. C. ~ 1st Engr. Rgt. S. S. Engr. Oreg Center Camp C.~rne, I~. SISgt. Donald Beranek 25th AAF. - GTO Denton, Texas Pet. Hubert .T. Beranek 378th Air Base Squadron Air Force Base--Bks. No. 10 Houlton, Maine Lieut. Harry J. Bigelow Ser. Co. 84th A. R. 5th A. D. Desert Manuevexs A. P. O. No. 225 c~o Postmaster Los Angeles, California. Pet. Elton Bontrnger Medical Section 1580th Service Unit Camp Campbell Kentucky u. s. Amy - Sgt. J. F. Breauemau 50th Air Base Sq& Hammer Field Fre~e, California Pet. Raymond ~ Brenaenum 107Bn. C,B. 2n& Camp Robinson, Ark, Srgt. Raymond Crey Co. E. 40th Engrs. Reg. C. Camp Crowder, Me. Pet. Ralph Drollinger 37435394 Hq. Battery, 96th Die. Art. A. P. O. No. 96 Camp Adair, Oregon Cpl. Wayne W. Duwa Hq.& S. Co. 1st Bn. 21st Engre. A. V. N. Langly Field, Virginia. Pvt. Claude Escber Co. B. 801st S. S. R. Camp Murphy, Florida. Pet. Clay Fiuins Service Co. 868 ~. C. I. N. S. A.T089 Camp Par~ons, Colorado Corp Arlo A. T. Co. 159 Inf. U. 8. Arm~ ~L P. O. ~ San Luis 0bispo, Calif. T[I Edw. B. Fry Co. ~. Aviation CA~det Dot. Randolph Field, Texas Pet. Roy M. Gascho Sig. Corp. Sch. I~t. Port Arthur College Port Arthur, Texas Pfc. Cleldon Grout 44th Army Air Base Sq. Portland, Oregon Pet. Jesse Grout 31st M. D. Reg. Co. B. Camp gexkley, Texas. Corp. Ardelle C. Hasty Co. A- 98 ~ M. Fort /~nds Tacoma, Washington Pet. Robert H. Hechstotler Co. B. 65th Inf. Tng. Bn. Camp Wolters, Texas Cpl. T. Walter L. Jackson ff/089171--~. A~ 8"/th q M Lm. A. P. O. No. 518 clo Postmast~ New York City, N. Y. Pet. Clettm M. Kern A. P. O. 2740 %Postnumter &m Francisco, C~tfornia Pot. Donald Kern lath T.S.S. Barracks 546 Army Air Base Lincoln, Nebraska Pvt. Harold R. Morgan Hq~g.s.g. Co. 382nd Inf. A. P. 0. N~. 96 Camp Adair, Oregon Pet. Joe Levy Y. M. C. A, Springfield, Ill. Pvt. Msrttn L L~VY 87424~ H~ Co. R. C. I~2 Ja~erson Barm~, Me. U. S. Azmy Pvt~ Chu. $40 W. Brond St. Ohio Aeronautical School Columbus, Ohio Sift. Harold A. Maize U. S. Army Air Fores 48 Bomb G. P. 56th Sq~. Key Field Meridian, Miss. Pvt. Dennis E; ~ichum Hq. Bat. 96th Div. ArtiIlary Camp Adair, Oregon Pvt. Joseph A. Miller 780th T.S~ Barracks 185 Lincoln Air Base Ltacoln, Nebra~m U. 8. Ar~V C~t. John F. JL P. G. B. O~ ~M~.~ Pte~ Vanes ~a~e~k, Co. C. ~'/th Me& Ba. ~ Donald Shelman 87O42O68 Co. B. ~Sth Q.M. Rgt. H. M. AP0 No 1099 %Fostmaster New york, N. Y. Pvt. Carroll Sleichter 37431094 Co. D. 103rd Med. Ing. Bn. "22nd Rft. U. S. Army Camp Robinson, Arkansas Pvt. Bert ~outhwick Co. D. 60th In/. Bn. 2rid. Plat Camp Welter, Texas Sgt. Dale Southwick 7th Ferrying Group Edmondten, Alberta, Canada Pet. Robert Southwick 492nd School Sq (s.p.e.) Kelly Field, Texas. Pet. Arthur Speas 493 Engrs. Heavy Shop Co. 1st. Prey. Br. E. U. T. C. West Camp Claiborne, La. Pet. Maynard Strabala A. S. N. 87196180 A. A.F.A.P.O. 947 Care of Postmaster Seattle, Washington pet_ Win. Stumpf 7th Special Service Unit Fort Leonard Wood, Me. Pfe. Emerson Swartzendruher Sere. Btry. 1st Bn. 77th F. A. Camp Bowie, Texas Pet. Dayle R. Tests 31~ Signal Corp, Drew Field Tampa, Florida Pet. Donald Thompson Serv. Btry. 184 F. A. B~. A. P. O. 84--% Postmaster New York City, N. Y. Corp. John Thatcher 88rd Fighter ~qd. Hamilton Field, California Lieut S. C. Ware, M. C. 76th Die. 385th Inf. Ft. Gee. G. Meade, Md. Pet. Richard Welt* l?th S. S. Bld. 282 Chanute Field, Ill. Pvt. Harold Whet~tine 1~ Chem. CO. "Camp Rooker Alabama. Pra Autin Whet~tine ASN 87111982 Co. B, 6th Armored Inf. APe 261, % Postmaster New Y~rk, N. Y. Act. Corp. Charles Whetatine CO. G 816 Inf., ~9 Die. ~amp Picket, Vs. PFC. Lyle It. Woods. Co. C. 188Inf, A~P.0. 818 %Postmuter New York, N. Y. NAVY John Dale Dayton USS L6ng (C.D.M~%12) % Fleet Postmaster San Frene/sco, California M. Division US8 New Mexico % Po~nutor, N. Y, N. Y. Howard F. Moore ]~ ~8C USS Detroit % Peatmastor San D~e~o, Ca~. Keith Southwick USS Bobolink % Postmaster San Di~o, C~__ifornts Amos Mellinger Co. 42-607 U.S.N.T.S. San Dell, California. MARINE CORP F. M. Gili~rt Ayers Co. B. Marine Br. 2'. H. Nav~ Ym~! Pearl Haz~o~ Pet. Kenneth W. Ehrenfelt Marine Guard, USS Enterprise clo Fleet Postoffice S~n Francisco, California. P~ ~on Levy Co. f/ See. H. M. A. D, U.S~N.T. School Navy Pier, Chicago, Ill. Pet. Harold Peterseim U.S.S. Pennsylvania % Fleet Postoffice San Francisco, California. Pet. Francis Schaefer 708 R. D. R. D. U. S. M. C. San Deigo, California The following men are either moved or under orders and correct nddreeses are not obtainable. Delmar Reece Mark Keening Lt Win. F. F vy ~Mrs. Emily Miller and Louise, Geraldine Swartzendruher; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller of Normal, Ill. and Mr. and ~grs. Earl Erb spent Sunday with Mrs. Lillian Swartmmd~her. Local News Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spevacek and daughter of Chicago, came Satur- day and spent the week end at the parental V. J. Spevacek home. On Sunday they accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Spevacek and Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Cartwright of Cedar Rapids spent the day at the John Shalla Jr. ~home. Mrs. Gee. Fry and Earl and Mrs. Lloyd Strickler and Sher- wood spent Tuesday in Iowa City. Sunday dinner guests with Mrs. C. C. Miller and Mrs. Marie Her- ner were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gerig and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Reschley and family of Wayland. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Millero of Davenport visited in the parental Miller home Sunday af- ternoon. Willis Gingerich who" was in- ducted into the army two weeks ago and returned home for a two week furlough, left Tuesday morning with a group of Johnson county men for active service. Guests at a birthday party in the Joe Saforek home Saturday evening honoring Mr. Saforek and Mrs. Jack Saforek were Mr. and Mrs. Arden Saforek, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kos of Wellman and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Saforek and sons of Wapello. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kennard spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ober Niffenegger. Mr. and Mrs. Chriss Gingerich, Mary Jane, Henry Yoder and Mrs. A. W. Britton called at the Eli Stutzman home Saturday after- noon. Mrs. Kate Tics, Mrs. Katie Stutzman and Katie Gingerich were dinner guests at the E. B. Hochstetler home Wednesday. Dinner guests Sunday at the Thomas Miller home included Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bender and family and Mr. and Mrs. John F. Shetler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wel~ion Yoder and Tony, and Mr. and Mrs. Clair Grou~ were Tuesday evening sup- per guests at the Cullen Moomey home. Donald Hesselschwerdt, a stu- dent at the State University of Iowa spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hes- selschwerdt. On Sunday they vis- ited Treva Hesselschwerdt at Me. Vernon, where she is attend- ing Cornell college. Mrs. John F. O'Loughlin and daughter Roberta who has been visiting in the J. F. O'Loughlin home, left Monday for an indefi- nite visit at the home of her 15ar- ents at Dickenson, North Dakota. Capt. O'Loughlin left ~uesday for Aberdeen, Maryland from where he expects to be sent to Canada within the next few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Swartz- endruber entertained at an oyster supper last Monday evening in ov- servance of their 12th wedding an niverstary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hochstetler, Edna, Mary and Baxbara and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hobbs and ~iarllyn of Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gingerich and Pauline, Mr. "and Mrs. Chester Kauffman and family, Mrs. Polly Kauffman, A. B. Gingerich and ~Mrs.. Amanda Wilson of Elkhart, Ind., called at the Eli Stutzman home Sunday afternoon and ev- ening. Mrs. Peter Alt who was taken to the hospital at Iowa City last week underwent an operation for the amlmtation of one of her limbs Wednesday morning. ENTERTAINED Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Chahtpa entertained at a party at their home last Monday evening which included Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Te- Bockhorst, Mr. and Mrs. Urban TeBockhorst, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Pribyl, Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Pie- per, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jirsa, Mr. aud Mrs. Leo Sharp and sons Mrs. Lament Kelley and Mary Ellen and Mr. and Mrs. Orval Myers. The evemng was spent playing bunco and prizes were received by Harry Jirsa, M~s. Myers, Mrs. Sharp_ and Wilbur Pribyl. The hostess served refreshments af- ter the games. W. C. T. U. Meeting Mrs. R. H. Peterseim was hos- tess to eight WCTU members at her home Wednesday afternoon. The meeting was in charge of the president, Mrs. Ada Hillis and Mrs. S. C. Peterson led the de- votional service. Mary Hofer was the program leader and she chose as her topic "The Benedict Home" and she also gave a talk on Social Mor- ality. This was the Benedict Home meeting and a number of articles were brought by the members to be sent to the Home. Plans were also made to have the annual Guest Day in Novem- ber. - ALPHA MEETING The Alpha Club met on Monday with Mrs. B. F. Alien as hostess. Reports were given by Mrs. T. V. Knerr and Mrs. E. J. Hessel- schwerdt on the District conven- tion of Federated Clubs held rec- ently in Ft. Madison. Mrs. J. R. Swartzendruber brought to mind several recent happening in her talk on "Headlines". Mrs. H. V. Beck was program reader assist- ed by Mrs. V. D. Hochstetler and Mrso Ivan Alt. Other members present were: Mrs. S. C. Peterson, Mrs. C; E. lqlillis. Mrs. Everett Tee*s, Mrs. Robert Mar~ey, Mrs. J. S. Micl~mn, Mrs. D. J. Guen- gerich, Mrs. Weller Snyder, Mrs. Grant Shider, Mrs. H. V. Shod- grass and the hostess. o Alice Kempf of Iowa City spent Wednesday with relatiVes in Ks- lena. OH THAT "HATE TO WORK" FEELING 9:45 ~u~aday school. 7:30 Evening worship Child's Birthright -- A Home" will be the theme. Monday, Nov. 2 -- Great vocation will be held in Auditorium with afternoon evening sessions. Fellowship per at Memorial Union. of international reputation a@pear on the program, The World Wide meet Tuesday evening 3 with Edna Thatcher. Nov. 13---Mrs. Edith Tiller Philadelphia will conduct a tian Education conference in Wellman gaptist church. THE METHODIST CHURCH Stuart C. Peterson, Pastor Sunday School at 10 A. M. Morning Worship service at Methodist Youth meeting at this church at 7:30 m. CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday sohool 10 a. m. Communion service, at 11 a. Worship services by Rev. ley Mahannah. HOLY TRINITY CHURCH Richmond, Iowa Roy. W. F. Boeokmann, Sunday~First mass 8 o'clock Second mass 10 o'clock Holy Days, mass 6 and 8 The Union Prayer service be held at the home of Ada Hillis next Wednesday ~:~ o'clock. SHARON CENTER EVANGELICAL CHURCH Roy. W. F. El/orbock, Pastor Sunday school at I0 o'clock Morning worship at 11 Sermon~"The Book of Christian Endeavor at 8 p. SHARON METHODIST Stuart C. Poterson, Pastor Morning worship service at A. M. Sunday school service at A. M. o Mr. and Mrs. E. B. and Edna, Mr. and Mrs. Henr Kempf and Norma, Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Yoder and son and Mrs. John Brenneman were Sunday dinner guests with Kate Ginge- rich. L. T. L. Party The members of the Loyal Tem- peranee Legion enjoyed a mas- querade Hallowe'en party at the Christian church basement last Friday evening. The evening quickly passed playing games supervised by Mrs. Rufus Gingerich, after which IMary Hofer assisted by Vers Strickler served refreshments to the group. ' e ,, Entertained In Strabala Home A group of relatives were en- tertained Sunday afternoon and evening in the Charles Strabala home-at Hills, honoring his son, Edward Strabala and Willis Gin- gerich who left Tuesday for Camp Dodge to enter active service in the armed forces. Guests included Mrs. Anna Grady and Norms, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Grady and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Grady and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kern and family, Mrs. Lloyd Strickler and Sher- wood and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gingerich. A good '~ront" in this case means clean, trim clothes. Regular, cleaning not only keeps you looking tip-top . . . it makes clothes last longer! Embedded dirt wears delicate fibres.., makes fabric weak-- Don't take chances! Your present clothes MUST last. Have them cleaned often! A. & J. KEPLER,- , %