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THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1942 Salem Hunnner QUARTEItLY STATEMENT Ple~i~ie Dale SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS M. N. ADAMS ~ __ __ iIAL .TAT]m--.--LOANS Forty-eight friends and rela- Word has been received hereby School District of Kalona, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hochstet-~~~a~I# qiIIP ~~-- D~dt~ ~ 1re/~T~. ABSTRACTS tires had a basket dinner at the friends that Private Marion Ro- Township of English River, Coun-, let and family were Sunday din- home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles berts, a former resident here has ty of Washington, for the quarter ner guests at the Ray Hochstetler Pl~e 975 Kalona, Iaa Kallous last Sunday honoring ending September 30, 1942. home. been transferred from Nashville, Notary Public In Office Merle Kallous who leaves for the Tennessee to New York City. Proceedings, Pertaining ToMr. and M--C J Miller spent N Tu sd Wed sd - , army on Friday. Filtandal Matters and Expenses Sunday at the John Knepp home. ext e ay, ne ay, Amish c]mrch services were R. A. HENDER, D.C. The dinner was served care- held in the Noah Schlabaugh Kalona, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Mose P. Yoder Friday and Saturday-- teria style from u table decorated home Sunday. July 13, 1942 and family spent S~nday with the CHIROPRACTOR in patriotic colors and there were The Kalona Board of Education Dan Yoder family at Ollie. N~ometer and XoRay two cakes decorated with patriotic George E. Ha*sock delivered met in regular monthly meeting. NOVEMBER 3rd, 4th, 6th, 7th Service emblems. 60 head of hogs to Iowa City buy- Members present were Beck, Mrs. S. J. Bo~ler of Iowa City Phone 137 Kalona, Is. Those present besides the hon- ers ~Ionday. Grady, Conklin, Hesselsehwerdt has been spending the past two 1 ored guest were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan and Esther Waiters of and Tecta. President Beck called weeks at Willard Boilers. Closed Thursday For County Scrap Drive Fred Kline and ~iaughters, Glenn Moscow were dinner guests Sat- meeting to order. Bills were rea~ -FUIKS- Ks,duE and Dick of Iowa City; ~rday in the home of their bro- and allowed. Secretary ordered Callers at the Norman Earnest 1 c to issue Warrants No. 1 to 15 in- home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Buy your Christmas cards on this sale Sam T. Miller and family, Mr. and and get a 50c box for Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prebyl and faro- ther and sister Jesse and Minnie elusive for same. No further busi- ~Mrs. Chris Ernest and daughters, "----- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Roy KaUous Walters. DIAMONDS--SILVERWARE and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed ness, meeting was adjourned ..... WEDDING RINGS---WATCHES Beranek, Dick and Bob, Mr. and Supt. and Mrs. A. C. Kepler L.E. Fry, Secretary Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Miller and ~ 26c EYES EXAMINED ~lrs. Arthur Beranek and Den- are passing the week at Ivan -- sons and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sla- ADHESIVE TAPE 25c size, Hummers. The Webster consoli- Kalona, Iowa gel and Janet. TWO for Amy Lens I)upllsted nis Guy Beranek, Ed Kallous, Max Bales, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey dated school where Mr. Kepler is August 10, 1942 Mr. and Mrs. Enos Miller were ....... WATCH REPAIRING Weeks and family, superintendant, is having corn The Kalona Board of Education Sunday visitors at the Enos H. o husking "vacation and he is help- met in regular meeting. All mem- Miller home. A great sale for these times I do all our own Diamor, d Mr. and Mrs. Orr Patterson of ing Ivan husk corn this week. bers were present except Grady. Bills were read and allowed. Wai- Mr. and Mrs. Joke Boller spent = Mounting in our store. Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. John Supper guests in the Ivan Zager rants No. 17 to 39 were issued by Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rufus ]~enell, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul home Sunday evening included Secretary for same. Meeting ad-Gingerieh. ROGERS DRUG STORE 220 East Wash. St. Benel] and family visited S~nday Mr. andJ~Mrs. C. L. Cox, Mr. and journed. Sunday dinner guests at the PHON]$ 41 KALONA IOWA CITY, IOWA with the Donald Benell family at Mrs. Meredith Maas, Donald, Jun: L.E. Fry, Secy. Henry Miller home were Mr. and Hedrick. ior and Reta, Ivan Mass and Ruth Kalona, Iowa Mrs. Clarence Bender, Mr. and ~ "" Stoner. September 14, 1942 Mrs. Dave Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dolan of The Kalona School Board met Henry Yoder and Merle, Mr. and ';; near Kalona were Sunday after- in regular monthly meeting. Mere- Mrs. Uric Miller and Mr. and Mrs. RUBBER FOOTWEAR noon visitors at the W. L. Snider hers present were Beck, Teets, Jonas Y. Yoder. home. Conklin and Hesselschwerdt. Bills FLOUR 55c were read and motion was made Mr. and Mrs. Emery Hochstet- Thirty-two persons took dinfler that they be paid. All voted yes. ler and family spent ~nday at C.F. 12JA-Ib. sack ...................... in the Chris Bontrager home Sun- Warrants Nos. 43 to 85 inclusive the Joe G. Gingerich home. SWANSDOWN 25c " d t RUBBER day. Amon~ them were their were issued for same. As there Henry Slagel was pleasantly CAKE FLOUR; 2%-1b. package ......... F00TWEAR-BWeare a epo. for ld k daughterS,dents of theHelenKalonaand highBetty'school,Stu" WaSwas adjourned.n further business meeting surprised Friday evening when aCALUMET 1 7 c ring an o pa their daughter Velma and her L.E. Fry Secy. group of neighbors came in to BAKING POWDF-,R; 1-1h tin ............. of rubbers or overshoes with aunt Dorotha Bontrager and a help his celebrate his birthday. COR~ ST~CH 25c number of their friends of Iowa DISBURSEMENTS Those present were Mr. and Mrs. THRF~ 1-1b packages ................... City. Expenses To The I)tstric[ Sherman Miller and daughters, 25C you if you wish to buy a new Callers Sunday afternoon at the School House Fund-- Mr. and ,Mrs. Enos Miller, Mr. and BRAN FLAKES, C. F. Mrs. Willard Boiler, Mrs. Stella C. F~2 large packages ................. pair. Ivan Hummer home were Mr. and G. W. Fowler No. 15 Int._ __$ 8.13 23c Mrs. Leslie IhrigT", ,Mr. and Mrs. Farmers Say. Bank No. 39 Boiler, Mr. and Mrs. John Herah- CORN MEAL John Ihrig and Tommie and Mrs. Interest 56.91 berger, Fermi and Una Marie, Mr. 5 POUNDS ............................. ........................... and Mrs. Raymon Troyer and Jan.. SERVICE and GOODRICH ~arie o, To , .............................. CH .ESE 63C o General Fund.-- Charlie Slagel, Cleo Troyer, Mr. AMERICAN, 2-lb. box ............. ;- ..... The sametwolines of merch- Dinn~ .o ,-" ROLLED OATS 23C Bockhorst home Sunday were Mr. 1, use tax ........................ $ 2.39 family. C. F, Large package .................... andise we have always sold. add Mrs. Urban TeBockhorst, Mr. L. E. Fry, No. 2-37 Census 13.01 Mr. and Mrs. Willard Bollcv HORSERADISH 10 and Mrs. Darrell Goodwin and Iowa Elec. Eo. No. 3~17-43 were Sunday dinner guests at RED HOT, bottle ......................... C daughter Phyllis of Wellman; Mr. Lights .............................. 22.31 the Lloyd Knepp home. 19C and Mrs. Lamont Kelley and dau- NU-Ball No. 6, supplies .... 9.18 CLOROX E. J. HESSELSCHWERDT t ghter Mary Ellen. Afternoon viE-Laidlaw Bros. No. 7, In- Sunday dinner guests at the QUART BOTTLE ....................... er, Giles and Margaret. Cadmus Books, No. 8, and Mrs. Henry Kauffman, Mr. RINS0 books .............................43.11 and Mrs. Will Hochetetler and Mr. LARGE PACKAGE ...................... .... ' ' ' - J.x. Ho,cor~ rag. Co, a.d Mrs. ~-~ Gingerieh and LUX TOILET SOAP 23c Political Advertising Political Advertising Political Advertising No. 9, Jan. Supp ......... 28.25 Ruth Ann, 3 BARS ................................ Churehkl Mfg. Co. No. C.J. Preston, Mildred and Ed- GRAPE FRUIT 26c Lefts L00~ At The H.l' Jan. suppA. Phimps Sch. ................ ~er. 178"40 na' Mr" and Mrs" Roy MiLler andMerle were entertained at the ORANGES~*s ............ 28c No. II Inst ................. 15.11 Henry Slagel home Sunday. TEXAS SEEDLESS, 288 size; .... dozes .. Webster Pub. Co. No. 12 .o (ongressiond Record#. ,-,............................ e'~ i~l~lL~OttlIAPPLES 21C High Sch. Fun.dE No. 13-35 GR]~M~ ~O~, ~ ........... 30c ~7, znst ......................... 153.67 CRANBERRIES Seh M~sie ]~dget No. 14 Mrs. Harry Grout and dl~hter EATMOR, pound Inst ................................ 250.00 Doris visited Mrs. Lloyd Bayer Ia an advertisement, ti~ present oogressnma from our ~ dlletrkR, ka an ~ Mellinger Lbr. Co. No. ~s, Sunday afternoon. WEINERS 25c Ma/ntalnence .................. 27.69 Pomul .................................. to de~es~l his voting i~ord o~ vital defense measures, ~ ~adison Book Exc., No. 19 Mrs. Florence Windrem of "1 t~at~ t/nit a~ry ~oto I cast w~s/or the ~ Of ~ ~it books ............................. Iowa City is vi~ting at the F.G. HALLOWE'EN CANDY 29c m~n/r/~ /o~ /be ~ven~a/i~ o/ w~." -~ MseMillian Co,. No. 20, Bayer, Howard Bailey and Paul MUMBLE-JUMBLE MiX--pound ........ books ............................. l~q9.0~ Bailey homes. ~ .... ~/s~od for a~y aotmd me~mm~, i~bad/ng o~e~F ~ dhid A.N. Palmer Co. No. 21 Mrs. Clarence Shenk and Mrs. To sere this ~ the embm~ ~ ~ hi83g~h~g lq~ be~ 3P~ 18 So. West Pub Co. No. 22 City by the illness" of their father ~i~vith ~ it sm it sq~wa in tim Cooi~eaulom~ Record to which he s~m~: books .............................. 32.92 Mr. Klein. ]~IE VOTING EECORD OF THOMAS E. MARTIN, c~mdld~Pe Row, Peterson Co. No. 2S .FREE DEIAN~qRY----PHONB 106 BFArORIg 10".30 A. M.. books ............................. 18.19 Mrs. Hurley and daughter Ms. Poe ro-~:ffo~ as yur RepreswMfhm b C~sgreu k bdpi~ S~ott Forasman co. No. ble o~ Iow~ city were guests of . 24, books ........................ 65.83 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sleichter Sun .... - : = .... ' .... ~ foil" ~ o - Girm & Co. No. 25 books .... 146.62 day. l l i l .He ~ NO Benton Review Shop, No. J. ~ NavaJ Dase ............ . ............................ Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Baye~ Mr. t, Smsm~ of Akmlmm Watm~ ........................... He wdod NO ~.6, books .......................... ~s.6~ ....... and Mrs. Loyd Bayer, Mr. and am. JIlqIiI~ ~ Of CO4II~ ~ .......................... [4@ Ved~N[ I~lO E.J. Hesseisehwerdt, No. ~. Am ~ 4~OT MIIi4qII~'IIII~IL ......................... 14@ Ved~t~ NO 27, Mtainanee ................. B0.79 ,Mrs. Howard B~iley, Mr. and Mrs. ~. T~ Lift J~'tlts ~IbIrgO ....................................... H@ vo~Id NO Hammond & Stel)hens Co. Carl Hasting and daughters, Mr. 6, i~i~ITo|H~ ~ ........................ " ....... He v1~@d NO 28, Gen Cont ................. 17.05 and Mrs. Paul Bailey, Mr. and ....... Metropolitan Supp. Co. Mrs. Elmer ~alla, Mrs. Gertie ~, ~ of T~tk C4N1~ ~ ~ ~ KIIO~ ................ He qqD4~d NO No. 29-71, Instn ........... 9,0.61 Bailey, Ida P~ler and Mrs. ~. 1'O ~ NO@ ~ ~ tim P~ C~ ................. H@ ve~Od NO K_a]ona News, No. 30 Gen. Florence Windrem spent Sunday ~. ~ ~ A~ ....................................... H@ vO0qNI HO Cont. ............................... 29.95 at the Alva Burrell home in Mar- am, IlIIkiIIol o4I ~ Iervill ................................ He voted IIIO J.B. Lippincott Co. No. 31 eng,. ~I,'~ ~ H. ................ * ........................... ~ ~ ~ 62.72, books .................. 26.70 Joe Bailey was called to Hills .H@ ~ HO Chas. Shaffer, No. 32, la- .Sunday by the serious illness of ~ed~ J~l~ ~t~ ....................................... bor ................................. 23.75 his sister, Mrs. Anna Hall. ANbC4~Iud~ ....................... ....... ~ vo4~d HO George Rowe, No. 33-37 Mr~ Jim Grout and Mrs. Clair ...H@ vo~ NO 8.00 Gro~t were at Washington on ,~vv~ 10~om 1~m t1~ ~udd.kImUS KISAO~q~ Dl~ESqr 2 T. tm ~ Zo~ km ................ ::::::::::::::~ ~ labor .............................. Itmlml' ~ ~m' ~ ~ ......... He Powell Mfg. Co. No. 34 business Monday. ~be~n~wsp~et~v~ ~ ~ffi~lg~thou~OnlY~Ueho~ .14@ ~ ~ repairs 166.12 Joe Halter returned from his ~ k~ ~ ~. ~ r~ ~ ..... ~ ............................ ~ W~[~O John Wiley & Sons No. visit ~Ln California Sur~day. Mm~ ~ sele4dlo~ Tm~ "'* 36, books ...................... 1.86 Mrs. Howard Bailey, Mrs. Paul Clarke F. Mason, No. 56 Barley and Mrs. Floremce Win- THIS NEWSPAPER, l YEAR ,~--'" M ~r$ ~ Wo~|d D@ " ~.~I~ Instr~ ................ -, ............ 17.50 drem were at Iowa City on busi- O,.__. s3so 41 d ~ ttmm.lm ~ ~ ~, ~t. ~ ddmds We ~ Is~ d ~ B.H. Sanborn Co. No. 58 ness Tuesday. I~AMOUS MAGAZINES Im gm m~um~aumIt quoted abeu~ hl oa~s books ............................. 16.aS ' " I~IADI~ I~ICIY .......... ~_~. ~'E sTonY ................ %~. =o~ do ,- uI I ~s~v~ stash_ ............. .I ~. I I o0ud~f d~mD ~ ~o~ am ~ nmmm~ . I Underwood Elliott Fisher Town Of Kalona, No. S5 [~~[~JMtIN~dN HO~ ............. ........... |~ ~:." ~]HOI/SI~OLD I~LK{~G .... | . ~ - ~ ~..~: ~~ ~.~=~=.~.~ ~~~-~~ No., re~i~ ............... , ~ ~, ~a. ........................ ~,.90 o~'~' ,o~ ........ ....... ',~::~* oo=~'~' ~,~ 'm," ...... ..... ,:.'.:.~: ~__~ me. ~, ~m ...oy~_.~-ffi~..~ ;~ 7.,'%,~ ~ ~-~ F,~e Mf~. Co. No. ~0 In- m~ ~ ~.- -'- ~~ ~ov~ ...... ~: mmm a~ um mmm mn as - * _ sin. 12.~4 Total ............................. $2017.~0 ~lWOmm's ~os~ co~w ...... | ~: v ............... ' ................................. ~ ~o~cm ....... ~ repairs ............................B4.27 AFFIDAVIT OF SECRETARY [:]I~A~'fW'~1dT) ...... x~r. {~ WOS~L~T ............... x~. tmtlmlmm~ Kant Slam Door Check I, L. E. Fry, Secretary of the COl~iI~l'd~'e~ll'~--'-" -(~~ d ~ ~ IZ~I, ' CO., repa;rs ................... 11.90 ,bore named ~hool Distrlet, do James J. Fisher, No. 64 hereby certify that this report, ~ M~,~k~ ~ ~ l~4e, e Wit?, Co~po~. | ~~. ~m~,~~ ~~~~ ~ bail-- .Idflty. ~pplies ........................ 4.60 pages 1 and2 is a true a.d eoro Jay D. Brenneman, No. rect statement of the proceedings MAIL TO TII$ NBWSPAPIgll ~O]DAY! R. S. Fry, No. 66, Aux, the Board of said District for w~ a yew'# ~ to ~ l~pW. Agn~ .............................. 2.50 quarter ending ,September 30 Rsece Elec. Sho1~, No. 68 1942. I ................... -~'-"~"*'~ ....................... Vern W NALL for S CO E5 .................... oo. '-,. "*'.d-- o --" -* ................................................... , 69, Cap. Outlay ............ 12.96 me this 7th day of October, A.D., ~ .............................................................. m-'-- H.oc T,c ,o mmsr If & ep~ f~ mm~ fdead~d 1~ books ..................40.88 FERD E. 8KOLA, Notary.