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BREWER SNAIR HARDWARE CO. PHONR 4t KALONA if ill O .3 One Act Plays | At High School Audztorium Jill" FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6 ~] First Curtain at 8 o'clock Ill --,ADMISSION--Adults 15; Children lOc- SMALL HOMES NEEDIIINSULATION Adequate Insulation for the small dwell. ing is a matter of even gTeater urgency than for larger resid'ence~. Small homes need correct Insulation for reasons of HEALTH as well as those of ECONOMY. Properly selected Insula- tion will protide year'round comfort while keeping the rising cost of living down. Saves fuel. ASK THE ECLIPSE--Without obligation Wardrobe The Wardrobe with all the new feature Two tie racks one hat shelf; removable folding shelves at the bottom. Plenty of room for blankets, shirts, sweaters. 69-inches high; 29-inches wide; 21-inches deep-LVery attractive and a real place to store your clothing. A v # E. J. Hesselschwerdt. "MAKES YOUR MONEY GO FARTHER" PHONR 45 KALONA THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1942 ,i , i Kalona School News Notes THIRD AND FOURTH GRADE The third grade read ,"Queer Company" for Mrs. Wittrig's room. We think choral reading is fun. In fourth grade Language the following peopl~ read "The Anim- al Store" by Rachael Field: Pat- rieia, Clara, Dorothy and Vivian. Martha Louise was the announcer. Now we are illustrating our fav- orite stanza in the poem "Cat". We have been finding poems abc~t pets ~nd reading them in class. Fourth grade is taking an im- aginary journey to Hirfa's home ~n Arabia. In fourth grade reading, Miss Davis timed us to see how many words we could read in a minute and then we read the rest of the story and took a comprehension test. In Problem Test 2 these fourth graders ~made star ratings: Bar- bars, Martha, Patricia Vivian and Clara. Their papers are on our best work board. Many of our mothers and dads are joining P. T. A. We hope al~ of them will jo~n. In art we folded ~aper and cut some funny faces for Halloween. We made some Jack- o- lantern pirates too. Some of .us made some free hand pumpkins. We like our Halloween bulletin board with jack-o-lantern men, corn fod- der dolls, witches, bats, cats and Halloween pictures on it. We can hardly wait until Fri- day as we are going to have a party. Our committee. ~s planning games. We are going t~ bring visitors. Third grade is carrying in ad- dition. Dorothy, Clara, Barbara, Pat- ricia, Martha, Charlene and Cath- erine wrote perfect papers last week. Martha Louise celebrated her birthday last Friday by having a party, We sang the birthday song, drew birthday cakes ~for her, We 91ayed her favorite game "Musical Chairs". Then Martha's mother, Mrs. Hesselschwerdt as- sisted by Martha and Patty serv- ed delicious refreshments consis- ting of pop corn and ice cream bars. It was a ~,ery nice party. FIRST AND SECOND GRADE We have been studying about a zoo and wild animals in First grade Reading. We made cages for our zoo out of shoe boxes. We made wild animals and put inside the cages. Mrs. Wittrig is show- ivg us how to make a paper mashe bear. The second grade ere helping us draw large pictures of animals for our room. We have a new health chart in our room. It is a mirror with a chart below ,it. The chart has five questions o~ it. They are: Is my face clean ? Is my hair comi)- ed~ Are my hands clean? Are my teeth brushed? If everyone can answer these questions, they are one hundred pe~r cent. We try to see 'how many can he 100 per cent. The First graders have finish- ed working in their books, "Before We Read". We are ready to start on a new pre-primer called "We Look and See". Our library is open rtow for childre~~ who wish to check out books. Mrs. ~rittrig is the li- brarian. Most everyone has brought his book back in good I I I / Skola Insurance Agency Fsrmers Say. Bank Bld~. KALONA, IOWA I J. R. Swartzendruber Dmv~er Photo ~ -- Kalon~ I Ill I 1 ! J. L. FRY, M. D. PHYSICIAN -- SURGEON Offi~ Phone 80 Kalona, Iowa At Washington's Theatres (October 30th thru .Nov. 4th) A romance, a strange case of dual personality and thrills and mystery in a great hospital go in- to "Calling Dr. Gillespie", a grip- ping dual personality mystery which plays Friday and Saturday at the State. The splendid cast is headed by Lional Barrrymore, Phi lip Doran, Donna Reed and Nat Pendleman. DON'T MISS THE HALLO- WEEN MIDNIGHT SHOW SAT- URDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 3let. "The Mwnmy's Tomb" with ton Chaney, Dick Foran and Elyse Knox, is the feature attraction. There will also be Comn~unity Sings, Hats, Noisemakers and plenty of Thrills and Chills. The show starts at 11:34) and all seats are 40c. There is something new in the way of screen musicals at the State Sunday thr~ Tuesday. It is the delightful entertainment dish that has, besides the nation's number one orchestra and a su- perior cast, a sparkling story and tunes that set your toes a danc- ing. It is "Orchestra Wives" and is liarticularly welcome because of the joyous presence of Glenn Mil- ler and his celebrated orchestra, George Montgomery, Ann Ruther- ford, Lynn Bari, Cesar Romero, Carols I~ndis, Virginia Gdlmore and Mary Beth Hughes. The Bumsteads keep America Laughing~to keep America Win- ning! "Blondie For Victory" with "B~ondie", "Dagwood", B a b y "Dumpling", "Daisy" and "Cookie" ~s the first feataxe at the Fox Friday and Saturday. Charles Starrett in "Riders of the North- land" is the second feature. Sh-h! With nothing ~,p their sleeves and nothing in their heads except laughs aplenty, Laurel and Hardy are at the Fox Sunday thr~ Tuesday in "A-Haunting We Will Go". Coopers is rats--they won't let a guy go straight; "Escape From Crime" with Richard Travis and Julie Bishop, is the first feature at the Fox Wednesday and Thurs- day. "A N~ght In New Orleans with Preston Foster and Patricia Mcrison, is the second feature. condition. We enjoy the new books and many old ones in our library. We are planning a H~llowe'en party. We chose people to be on committees. We plan to invite some little visitors. The party is Friday, October 30 at 2 o'clock. We are learning to make our own masks. All the second graders wrote a perfect paper in Spelling Friday. They were: Bobby Alt, Oma Cho- dy, Mary Louise Smucker, Donald Speas, Donald Rowe, Wesley But- terbaugh, Roger Peterson and Philip Marner. James Lee and Peggy Perrin were absent- James has gone on a visit to Mississippi. Mary Louise's group in Read- ing is ready to start in a new book. It will be "Our New Friends". They have read two supplementary books this year. Children have been bringing pretty leaves. We drew l~ictures of some the other day. We learned a new song called "Hallowe'en" and another named "Wild Geese". RVIrs. Lee and Freddie and a little Perrin girl visited our room. Mr. Snodgrass visited us too. DIAMONDS is one of the best invest- ments you can make today with the exception of WAR BONDS. You not only have the pleasure of wearing it-- but it keeps its value. It will pay yo~ to invest now. Choose from ore" targe sel- ection of QUALITY DIA- ~MONDS ONLY. L Fuiks, o. D. Jeweler and Optometrist ~:M) K Wash. St. Iowa City, la. I Richmond m Pvt. Win. Stuml~f returned to Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri after three days spent with his father and brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Horesow- sky and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Horesowsky called Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Schillig near Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Stockley of Tacoma, Wshington visited a few days with her father Delbert Stra- bala and her grandmother, Mrs. Philip Strabala. On Sunday they went to Cedar Rapids to visit. RoseUa Sharp spent the week end at her home here. She attends school at Vinton. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Lintz of Ce- dar Rapids spent the week end at the Paul Stumpf home: Mrs. Don Watkins of Denver, Colorado visited her mother Mrs. Anna Dolies at the Al and Joe Selement home. Zeno Schillig and daughter, Mrs. Calvin Smith of Iowa City visited at Dan Bopps on Thurs- day. Mrs. Smith and eight month old daughter returned last week from California where her hus- band was inducted in the army The nine pound son born to Mr. an~ Mrs. Lynn Wertz this Wed- nesday morning will answer to he name of Jimmy Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. *Fred Shalla and family of Brighton were callers in town Sunday. Mrs. Clara Fisher returned from a several* days visit with her son and family at Iowa City. Theresa and Fred Lintz visited Th~xsday at the Mrs. Mary Lintz home at Riverside. * Loretta Chapek visited Mond'~ at the Otto Werner and Milt Cha- pek home in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Escher of Denver, Colorado are visiting ~t the Mrs. Celia Escher home. Brush m Edith Yoder spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Yoder. Mrs. Win. Gingerich and Mag- dalene Swartzendruber assisted Lila Hershberger with cutting room work Friday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Slage1' quite pleas- antly surl~rised her husband Fri- day evening, when she invited in some of the neighbors to help cel- ebrate his birthday. Those pres- ent besides the honoree and fam- ily included ~Mr. an~ Mrs. Sher- man Miller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Enos Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Boiler, Estella Boiler of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. John Hershberger, Fern and Una Ma- rie, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Brenne- man and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rayl~on Troyer and Janet, Cleo Troyer and Mr. and Mrs.Milt Brenneman. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Troyer and family were dinner guests in the S/andS. yield- ~ ~ll tn the bag that omvlN the Funk ~" It Will hl Yo~ To Pbet TM Best of The Seed, ~ut'~'e B~t~p~ of Comurc~d H)~ds" Ephriam Brenneman KALONA, IOWA Phone Sharon 24 on 82 Joe Yoder home Sunday. i Carl Hall of Des Moines was a ., . : .... I I overnight guest Thursday at ~vxr. ~::~ ~urs. l~jmon Troyerl .... . ..... . . entertained the following at din-[ wzms ~mgencn nome. ner ~unday, Mr. and Mrs. M.J I" Troyer, Mr. and Mrs. :Dave Miller - , and Mabel, Mr. and Mrs. Win.i Martin and family and Mrs. A. F. Cxeo. V. Fry Troyer. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gascho, and Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kaoffman and family, who had been visiting rel- atives here several days left early Monday morning for their homes in Michigan. O Mr. and Mrs. Bart Yotty and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Speas were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Speas. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Linus Patterson and Jimmy and J~nior Hechstetler. Mrs. S~tanley Dawson has re- ceived word that her brother Gene Trask, well known to many in this community, has been promot- ed to Sergeant. He is stationed at Camp Carson, Colorado. Auctioneer Phone ~56 Kalona, Ia. APPLES A LOAD OF ORUS BENDER' APPLES WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE SATURDAY, OCT. 31 AT THE HENRY MAST RESi DENCE IN THE WEST PAR~ OF KALONA. Bring Containers III MON, SHES JUST B~OKEN IN,/ALLfHE NEEDED WAS AN ALLI$- LEAVE THE SPRING RUSH ]---CHECK LIST OF BEWrER BUYS AT EDMONDSON'S CASH AND CARRY PRIC~ECK YOUR NEEDS FOR END OF MONTH---OCTOBER 30 and 31 We will be closed' next Thursdaj~ all day for Washington County Scrap Drive G RAPE, rsFRUIT, dozen.... 43c - Bushel Basket ............. : ...... ~. ...... ~v ......................... $1.7.9 uy now before the new ceiling price goes into effect El PEACHES, No. 10 Halves ' ...........66c [_~ PEACHES, No. 10 Sliced , ......... ,_ 72c [~ CHERRIES, No. 10, Red Pitted ...... 84c [~] PuRUN:S, liNO~c~0 Italian_ .......... 41c 1942 Crop V-] PANCAKE FLOUR, 5 lbs.. 24 Certainty Grade El P CAKE FLOUR, 5 lbs. 32c Griddle Mix Quality Ask us for prices of Imlk Rice; Corn Meals; Buckwheat Flours; Graham Flours etc. in 10 and 25 pound lots. ['] OIL MOPS, with handle ... 49c Radiant Quality~Big Spread Ask For Appreciation Day Coupons RUBBER 'IS VALUABLE Turn in your old rubber footwear when you buy new ones.