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THE LONA NEws, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, ..... :i ....... Ooe.." ",, wit , .___, ..;_--.. _. "",2 "--" .... ' ""r "1,- - --'": - : ..... L .................... l~ ~~[e ........... - ............ m. na ~lrs. Willis tiingerich Mrs Anna Snalr was a dlnn ~r. and M~. S. W. Burkholder Cal wfl ffuol~ollzg ~'l"t~u~t ~aw~ wer~ dinner uests in the - - e~= " ' ' a'l~l ........ wer r g Ed K ", guest Sunday with Mr. and Mr~ ,] ,.T. REAt;A~ AUAM~ e M. and Mrs. Ora Troyer. ,~ ~ -- ~ home ~unday Weller Snyder '*~I ' Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Miller, Mr. ~ests in the i. R. Lemley At this time all are picking corn The Washington Township " " ~lJ~'~] LAW -- E F, AL E~AT~ and Mrs. Ed Burkholder, Donald h:~e were Mr. and Mrs. Vern and those who have'*beans are Homemakers club held their meet- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dawson t .... INSURANCE and Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. How- r. art and family of Charles City working at them. ing at the Frank Gingerich home and daughter Judy spent Satur- I~A Notary Public In The Offlee ard Zillmer and family and Ida Mr. and Mrs. Erlis Lemley of Co- Joe Hoover came from his home Tuesday. The topic for the meet- day afternoon and evening at the ='~ WHEN YOU NEED-- CUSTOM WORK Corn Shelling, Combin- ing, Pick.up Baling, Stat- ionary Baling, Plowing, Discing, Disc Sharpening CALL WELLMAN 2 on 9 And Yas Will Reeeive Ih'ompt And Relhd~ie ited in the Paul Yoder home in Iowa City Sunday afternoon and evening. ! 2" - T" :, ,, ' ,.'. , "I .... , : AUC 0NEERS WE WOULD LIKE TO CON- DUCT YOUR NEXT AUCTION. Our past salt, have been very utisfaetory--Phone or write at at Wellman-- P. M. Swartzendruber Ezra Troyer " I III / I ' ,,, '"' ...... V" '" ', ' " :' , ROY L YODER I IIII I III I I I II I I II I day Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lemley and family and Mrs. Eli- zabeth Stumpf. Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller were dinner guests S$unday in the par- ental R. H. Petersira home. Mr. and Mrs. O.R. S;helman and Mrs. Laura Graves visited at Hillsboro Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Swartzen- drubr, Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Swar- tzendrubor, Mrs. ~Mabel Swartzen- druber and three sons and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hershberger were Sunday dinner guests in the John W. Gingerich home. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Yoder vis- ited Mrs. Geo. Yoder Sunday. Political Advertising Political Advertising Political Advertismg FARMERS! . . . BUSINESS MEN! . . . WAGE EARNERS!... MOTORISTS! RE AEMBER, Vote "YES" * * on the * * CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT at GENERAL ELECTION, Nov. 3 Protect your property from, taxes to redeem county primary road bonds. Make sure your" Highway Revenues are CONSERVED for the re- tirement of highway bonds and necessary upkeep of roads. IOWA FEDERATION to SAFEGUARD HIGHWAY REVENUES A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION---SPONSORED BY THE~ IOWA INSTITUTIONS /owa Fed. of Labor Iowa Rural Letter Carriers A~n. Iowa Imp. Dealers Assn. Iowa Manufacturers Assn. Ind. Truckers of Iowa Iowa Highway Users Asan, i i i ii Iowa Farm Bureau Fed. Iowa State Grange Iowa State Dairy Assn. Iowa Net. Hdwe. Assn. Iowa Ind. Oil Jobbers Iowa Auto Dealers Assn. IJrdted Comm. Travelers Iowa Fe~ of Womens Ciulm Motor Club of Iowa lowa-Neb. Poultry and lggg Institute Western Grain and Fe@d Dealers Ann. Iowa Farmers Unio~ in Evans, Mo. on a business trip over the week end and visited at the Carl D. Anderson home and attended Pilotburg church. He re- turned Monday and Mrs. Rex Lin- der and children and a sister, also Mrs. Linder, rode back with him to visit with their relatives who ,live in the Ozarks near Hoovers. Rex Linder is employed at the Carl T. Anderson farm. The Pilotburg Aid ladies will meet at the home of Mrs. Allison Maas Wednesday for a 1 'o'clock dinner and social time as a fare- well courtesy for one of its mem- bers, Mrs. Blanche Brown who will leave the community Soon and live in Iowa City, where she ex- pects to do nursing. i Mrs. Esther Hamilton and Mrs. Francis Cortum will be hostesses to the Pi~otburg Aid society Thursday afternoon November 5. Response to Roll Call will be ing was '(My favorite dessert that requires little or no sugar." A re- citation was a~so given by Bessie and Wilma Gingerich. A d;nne~ was held at the Me- thodist church in Joetown last Sunday in honor of Mrs. N. M. Taylor's birthday.' Clifford Kinsinger who is now serving in the army was home on a furlough recently. He visited at the Ira Kinsinger home a couple of days last week. Lydia Bontrager of Indiana is working for Mr. and Mrs. Nafzig- er at the Frytown store. T. J. Miller has been confined to his home for the past several days with one of his limbs. We understand he underwent an op- eration Wednesday. Mrs. H. J. Fry spent Wednes- L. B. Trask home at Washington. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shimon and daughters attended a family din- ner at the H. O. Horn home in Solon Sunday. I Registered Hereford BOARS ~AJI Vaccinated-- MONROE YODER Phone 23 on 2 Kalona '1 I Political Ad~,ertising " ~ttle~" ~ Watch tcepairmg tii~ "What Thanksgiving means to day with her mother, Mrs. N. M. me". Taylor. Mrs. Lewis Jones has moved to Jonas Y. Yoder and son shelled Iowa City to spend the winter with Mrs. Emil Zwicki and fam- ily and the Enos Enfield family moved to Wellman. A word from Mrs. Helen An- derson Hammond of California to her parents Carl T. Andersons, says she likes the west very much land her husband will graduate from an aviation school soon. Albert Stransky and the Joe Vodicka family met with other relatives at the Frank Nejedly home Sunday as a farewell to their son Edward who expects soon to be ir~ the army. Carl T. Anderson, Marian Stransky and Stanley Mouser are among those through with corn picking but are helping others. I Duroc Spring Boars Thick, Deep Bodied, Dark Red Vaccinated Oran Birkey WELLMAN PHONE III III Don't listen to people who say-"They can't need scrap ve? badly. Look at that junk yard, or the auto graveyards ( they've got plenty of scrap. And remember the last tme we had a drive the stuff sat aro.nd for weeks." Tell such people these true facts... OF course the junk yards are full. They are "factories" that turn out finished scrap--sorted, broken up, and bundled . . ready for the mills of America. The scrap has to go through these yards, tnd it keeps going through fast! The auto graveyards too, are busy. They specialize in used car parts, but produce plenty of scrap as well. In June alone, these yards moved 4~0,000 tons--for they are required to junk within 60 days as many car as they buy. As for Salvage Depots--communi- tim all ovo~ the ouauT ate raging drives. All this scrap can't be taken away at once. The junkies can't handle it and the mills can't store it. But every pound is needed and will be used. We've got to pile it up ready for instant use at any time. The day when all junk yards are empty, when the auto g~aveyards are cleaned out, when all the local scrap Get your scrap ready for NEWSPAPERS' UNITED stockpiles are gone--that is the da) todre,~/. It is a day to avoid at all costs. So remember--steel is needed t~ fight the war, and millions of lives depend on it. This steel is made ot 50~ scrap--and the mills have not enough scrap to last even 50 days longer. Don't fail to do your part in this emergency. t~e driv. November 5th ,k .. . . SCRAP METAL DRIVE corn for Jacob J. Yoder Tuesday afternoon. Will Helmuth has been quite busy for the past several days getting up his winter's supply of wood. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Miller ar~ the parents of a daughter born on Saturday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ihrig vis- ited with relatives in Iowa City Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Gosnell of Iowa City visited at the Lewis Pruess home Sunday evening, k -O Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pribyl and Anna Kolosiek spent Tuesday in t Washingon. ! Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Knerr were dinner guests Sunday at the Roy l Means home in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Miller and ) family, Mr. and Mrs. J. John J. Miller and daughter were dinner ) guests at the Jake Erb home Sun- day. Political Advertising RAY BEACHY KALONA II Political Advertising FOR STATE SENATOR Washington-Henry County District VOTE FOR HARLAN C. FOSTER MT. PLEASANT Farmer, Landowner, Taxpayer Represented Hem'y County in the Iowa Legislature in the 47th, 48th, 49th General Assemblies. @ @ @ WE AMERICANS HAVE THESE INALIENABLE RIGHTS-- 1. FREE speech. 2. The sacred privilege of the BALLOT 3. The right of free men to ELECT those who serve us in public office. 4. INDEPENDENCE. We are fighting to preserve these priceless heritages. The right to vote is the foundation stone of this nation. It repres- ents our highest responsibility to our country. If we fail to exercise the one sacred privilege of VOTING, above all others--how can we defend what is left ? This is the most important election in our nations history. YOUR VOTE can help WIN the WAR. VOTE Republican November 3 .... . , Political Advertising Political Advertising for these qualified REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES Their Experienced Leadership Benefits You and Iowa ...... EXAMINE eareftdly the outstanding qualifi- cations of the sound, weB-seasoned, widely- e~eneed candidates of the Republican ticket. Tl~ese are the capable people you can rely upon to provide |owa with thrifty, efl~eient govern. ment administration now and during the vital past-war reconstruction period. Each of throe candidates is a public-spirited eltlsen. Most of these men have been a part of the administration whleh for the past four years has returned good government to Iowa. Do your pm't to preserve good government in Iowa and help uphold the best interests of the atate in Wmddngton. Vote, and urge your family tad fricmds to vote for the rmponslble candidates et the Republican tteket on November 3. Republican Stats Central Committee of" Iowa ,. M. Com~ Commission I III