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nlnna KALONA, WASHINGTON COUNTY, IOWA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1946 NUMBER 50 Game fought to Armistice Day of the seas- of 806 specta- tile aggressor in off short running at- through see- were cal- Of Offside penal- ended, Wellman to pass white line each time the The half the second serious threat the ball on fifteen game drew to s unleashed a the ball chang- The contest possession Kal. Well. 9 102 .... 5 13 ---- 0 6 O 52 3 1 24 ..... 45 40 Redlinger Shetler J. Vincent D. Miller Goodwin Litwiler Wilson Miller W. Miller Goodwin made in ttostetler ]ast one also the for Kalona Donald George . Small and guard in the of a-badly nlelEL- Marvin ; ~b Wahl; Everett Itoehstetler; Walker and on t~p of a 20-6 win in sac- confer- a tie on over. Ks- -~-DH MeClel- a fur- Mr. and faro- end L .Fry return- an oper- last Miller at the a ~os - ~. Ove~holt, Ove~holt, J. Overholt guests ~. Miller E1khorn arid Mort- Samuel Schulty Taken By Death Samuel Schulty, 79, died very suddenly at his home in Washing- ton last Friday afternoon at 5:45. He had been down town in the af- ternoon and died soon after arriv- ig home. Funeral services were held on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the L. A. Jones funeral home in charge of Dr. Fred E. Miller. Bur- ial was made in the Elm Grove cemetery. Mr. Schu]ty was bern March 8, 1867, in Washington county and spent all of his life in the county. He was a farmer and lived in Ka- lona for several years, moving to Washington three years ago. He was the son of John H. and Margaret Schulty, and was reared in the Lexington community, southwest of town. He was mar- ried to Laura Worthen, who died in November 1929. He was again married on October 15 1942 to Lot- tie Perrin, who survives. Also surviving are one son, John Schulty of Washington, one daughter, Mrs. Sadie Blum of Ka- lona; one sister, Amanda Schulty, and one brother, Charles Schulty both of Washington, also seven grandchildren and 6 great grand- children. --Evening Journal W. S. C. S. MEETS AT McKENZIE HOME Mrs. M. O. McKenzie was hos- tess to the Women's Society of Christian Service at the Novem- ber meeting Thursday with 27 members ~resent. Mrs. McKen- zie had charge of the d~wotional service assisted by Mrs. T.V. Knerr. The offering for the Week of Prayer and Self-Denial was presented during the service. The following were elected for the coming year: President, Mrs. Clifford Sommers; Vice-President, Mrs. Clifford Small; Recording SacriSty, Mrs. Jay Eastman; Treasurer, Mrs. H. V. Beck; Cor- responding Secretary, Mrs. J. R. Swart~ndruber; Secy. of Mission- ary Education, Mrs. M. (~. MeKen- zie; Secy. of Christian Social Re- lations and Local Church Activi- ties, Mrs. A. A. Jackson; Secy. of Student Work, MrS. T. V. Knerr; Secy. of Literature and Publica- tions, Mrs. Alva Niffenegger; Secy. of Spiritual Life, Mrs. E. J. Hesseischwerdt. Announcement was made that the annua~ Thank offering service will be held at the church Service on November 24. The December meeting will be held in the ilome of Mrs. ,Frank Pribyl. The No- vember program and~freshments were in charge of Circle six. Scout Meeting Scoutmaster H. L. Walker an- nounced today the regular Boy Scout meeting has been changed from Monday evening to Tuesday eyening, November 19. The meet- ing will be held at the Legion building at 7:80. Birthday Party Tony Yoder, son of Mr. and M~s. Weldon Yoder was honored at a birthday party Wednesday after- noon at his home celebrating his fifth birthday. Guests were Fay Francis Boone, A~len Haberman, Stephen and Bil- ly Reif, EHc Hender, Kirk Fry and Larry Grout. The group played games during the afternoon after which Tony was presented his gifts ~nd his mother served refreshments. Miss TeBeekherst Entertains Club Norma June TeBockhorst enter- tained the members of the ABC club and guests at her homo Tues- day evening. Prizes at" ~tm dose of the rook games were received by Vera ~trickler, M~s. Willis Gin. ge~ich and Mrs. Jack Guengerich. Delicious refreshments were sere. ed by the hostess. Others included Mrs. Lyle Fry, Mrs. ~"ugene Way, Mrs. Reese Trusler and Mrs. Wilbur Pribyl. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ives and Mrs. Ear1 Fry of Iowa Cify were guests in the R. G. Shaver home Monday. Pati ND PAPER NOVEMBER 30 Following the custom of the past thre~ years, there will be no issues of the News printed the last week of November and during the Christmas week. Advertisers should bear this in mind and have copy in our hands for next weeks issue if-the adver- tising is dated between November 22 and December 6. Mrs. Gall Swartzendruber re- turned home Sunday from the University hospital, Iowa City. Her baby daughter will remain at the hospital for a short time. Barbara Hershberger of Ma- quoketa spent the week en~i at the E. D. Hershberger home. Parent-Teacher Meeting Injured In Collision Next. Thursday Evening -- - A pick-up truck driven by Moss The November meeting of the Levy and a car driven by Bertha Pa~rent-Teachers Aksociation wilt Harvey of Brighton were involved be held Thursday evening, Novem- in a collision in Washington last bet 21 at 7:30 o'clock at the high Friday morning. school auditorium. The program The accident occurred about a will consist of several musical half mile west of Washington on numbers under the direction of highway No. 92 when Mr. Levy Mr. ~Salverson and a film on started to turn into his repair shop health will be shown in connection making a left turn. with the county health program. Mrs. Harvey sustained a frac- Frances Walker, a student at tured nose and her passenger Mrs. the Immaculate Conception Aca- Emma Lemley also of Brighton, demy in Davenport spent the a fractured shoulder. Levy receiv- week end at her home. bruises and scotches. Mrs. C. A. Brags of Elkhorn Damage to the car was esti- was a week end ~isitor in the mated at about $200 and the the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Yo- pickup at about $100. der. BOX SOCIAL NEXT FRIDAY JUNIOR CLASS PLAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 16 HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM First curtain at 8 o'clock DIRECTOR---MR. FRITS CHARACTERS (Rebecca's niece) (The maid who winks) Carolyn Kern June Keifer Marilyn Striekler (Manager of Bolt Sanitarium) Luella Schnoebelen (The melancholy cook) Dave Header Bonita's fiance) Dr. Hippocrates Joy _ Marlowe Feldman (A synthetic psychiatrist) Henry Goober Tom McKenzie (The negro porter) Phineas Plunkett .................. Roger Miller (A lawyer with humility complex) Miss Prunella Figg Ellen Fisher (Patient with claustrophobia) Cadwalleder Clippy Elwood' Brenneman (A patient afraid of ca~s) Mm. Gertie G10ssop Virginia Fisher (Patient who fears contamination) Wilbur Glossop .... Donald Maas (Her darling (?) child) Jack Gordon Marvin Yotty (A yotmg interne) Stage Manager .................................... Dick Beranek Pttblicity Agent ............................. ]~lwood Branneman Sales Director ....................................... Jack Reece Benita Bolt Lutie Spinks Rebecca Bolt Martha Grubb Twink Starr TIME--Late Spring. PLACE--A health resort somewhere in Missouri. SYNOPSIS The entire action of the play takes place in the livings room of the Bolt mansion, which has been converted into a sanitarium. ACT I --About II o'clock of a late spring morning. ACT II~Several hotrs later. ACT III--~A few minutes later. I ~ted by Sl~cia.1 arTangement with-the Honer The Future Homemakers "of America dub of the Kalona high school will sponsor a box social and entertainment at the school gymnasium next Friday evening, November 22, at 8 o'clock. The public is invited to attend and a ~arge number of boxes is anticipated. l~nds derived from the sale of food boxes will be used for ac- tivities of the F. H.A. , D. D. Miller Honored ON 80th Birthday' David D. Miller Sr. was honored at a birthday surprise in his home at Wellman last Friday evening on his 80th anniversary. Refreshments were served to the following guests after an en- joyable social evening: Mrs. Ger- trude Brenneman, Mr. and Mrs. George S. M i~r and family, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Miller and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Hersh- berger and Glennis, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hershborger and Mrs. C. E. Hereh~erger. Mr. and Mrs. John P~ Overholt Jr. of Des Moines visited relatives and ~,lends in Kalona last week end ~ Reiner of Canada and Reiner of Washington were at the Frank Pribyl home Tuesday. Mrs. W. D. Berkey who has been ill is being cared for at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Omar Lie- big. Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Fox and Brenda, former Ka~ona rmidents are visiting friends here a few d~tys this week. , ~pflres of Chicago was a guest in the E. D. Hersh- herger home where she ~visited her grandmother, Mrs. Barbara Kempf Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lehman of Oriand, California were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Yoder. Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Hochstetler and family visited in the A. S. l%urt home in Iowa City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Michum of Des Moines we~ week end guests in the Dr. J. S. Miehum and A. 1~ Seatmmm hom~ Hostess To Homemakers The Homemakers of River Township held their regular meeting with Mrs. Raymond Be- nell Wednesday afternoon, Novem- ber 13. There were thirty-one ladies present. Mrs. Dale Jackson explained the Blue Cross ~ Hospitalization plan. Mrs. Cloyd Knupp, who has work- ed with the Farm Bureau for a number of years gave a short talk. Mrs. Helen Strausky gave a talk on world relations. Mrs. Arlis Niffenegger, chairman on rural school problems informed the group that the standards for rural teachers is to be raised, that by 1952 rural teachers will have two years of college training ins~d of twelve weeks training they are now required to have. The group discussed the full collection of the state income tax as a fair ~ethod for school support. Mrs. Clifford Sommers, Library chairman, hand- ed out preferred {lists of ~)ooks that count in the reading project. Miss Rath Foster, County Ex- tension ~Director, had charge of the lesson on 'Furniture Arrange, ment'. The ladies present were divided into three groups, eee.h group arranged the l~ving room furnishings in a way they thought best, keeping in mind usefulness, convenience, light, balance, pro- portion and also keeping in mind the number in the family, their favorite chair and~ favorite pas- time. It was decided that one should have as their first objec- tive, confort and convenience and then the beauty of the room. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Win. ~enner December 11 at 10 o'clock with a pot-luck dinner at noon. The lesson wil~ be on 'More Gracious Family Living'. 30 Initiated Into Legion Auxiliary English ednesd y Night The American Legion Auxiliary which was recently organized held their regular meeting Wednesday evening, November 13, at the I. O. O. F. hall, at which time the officers were installed followed by the initiation of thir~ charter members into the organization, A staff from the Wellman Leg- ion Auxiliary installed the follow- ing officers: President: Mrs. J. S.~ Michdm Vice President: Mrs. C. R. Deck- er. S~cretary: Mrs. Pa~ Page Chaplain: Mrs. E. J. Hesselsch- werdt. Sargeant-At-Arms: Mrs. Robert Hechetetler. The Treasurer, Mrs. Arden Sa- forek and Historian, Mrs. Harold Peterseim were unable tb be pres- ent. The following members were in- itiated into the order: The Mes- dames, J. S. Michum, Alva Kepler, Paul Page, Robert Hochstetler, Charles Cran, E. J. Hess~- werdt, C. R. Decker, Marvin Y~der Roland .Maxwell, Dale Jaclmon,. Newt Kessler, Alva Kepler, Van Vodicks~ Lyle Fry, Glenn Wahl, Ora Boone, Stanley Vodicka, V, D, Hochstetler, Margaret Friese, Ben Boone, Uranson Batterson, F. E. Skola, Willis Gingerich, H. V. Beck Dean Feldman, Guy Feldman, Hu- bert Malichky and the Misses Na, dine Hochetetiar, Dor~hy Vodielm and ~ Jackson. Membe~ from the Washington Auxiliary and the county presi- dent, Mr~ Ward of Washington were among the guests. After ~he meeting refreshments were enjoyed at the Allensworth Cafe. Legion Entertain At Armistice Day Dinner The members of English River Post American Legion entertained their wives and guests at their annual Armistice day dinner last Monday evening at the I. O. O. F. hall. Forty were in attendance to en- joy the dinner followed by an ev- ening of progressive games. Priz- es for ladies' high and low score were received by Mrs. Harold Peterseim and Mrs. M. L. Friese, and men's prizes were received by Dean Feldman and Harold Peter- seim. W. R. C. Dinner and Meeting W. R. C. members will have a cooperative dinner at the I. O. O. F. hall Friday, November 12:30 followed by "the meeting with instruction. Birthday Party Larry Jirea was the honored guest at a birthday party en Sun- day afternbon at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jirza. The afternoon was spent playing games under the supervision of Rosemary Jirsa. Many gifts were received by the honoree and Re- freshments of ice cream and cake were served by Mrs. Jirsa. Guests included Dale and Becky Chaqupa, Jimmy and Mary Ellen Kelley, Shirley Shimon, Verle Schnoebelen, Margaret Ann Walk- er, Gary, Yvonne, Angola and Tom Kallaus, Sue Sakulin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jirsa, Charles Jr. and Rosemary, Mrs. Clem Shal~a and Clifford, Mrs. Lament Kelley, Mrs. Roy Kallaus and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lasek. Sunday evening supper guests in the Jacob J. Miller home were Melvin Lapp altd Raymond Smok, er of Lancaster, Pa. Evening cal- lers were Mr. and Mrs. Mose Beachy. Callers in the Alva Niffenegger home Thursday evening were Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Steigieder and Mrs. Rufus GingeHeh. Mrs. Dalo Duwa spent last Fri- day and Saturday. with Lucille Kron in Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Logan family were dinner in the parental D. B. home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sommers were dinner guests ~f Mr. and Mrs, Lyle Fry Monday owah~. CORN HUSKING On Wednesday a group of neigh- bors and friends gathered and husked 14 acres of corn for Les- ter Swantz. During the day 1,100 bushel of corn was cribbed. Those helping were Emmet, Wil- son and Lewis Swantz, Rufus Gin- gerich, John C. Bender, Harvey, David and John W. Bender, Miller, Perry and Tobe Bontrager, Jonathan Yoder, Wesley Ropp, Andy Beachy,. Ivan M. Miller, Will Yoder, Joe Hershberger, Dewey Gingerieh, Clarence Hochste'd!er, Ezra Miller, Henry B. Mfller, Chester Yoder, Ira Niseley, Harry Yoder~ Adam Miller, Mose Weav- er, Dave Mast, John Swantz, Enos Miller and Edwin Hochstedler. The women who helped pro- 15 at pare dinner for the group ~': regular Mrs. Emmet Swantz, Mrs. Swantz, Mrs. ~Sam H. Miller ma Bender anc~ Susanna rich. CARD OF THANKS We take this means of expm- sing our thanks and appreciat~tm for those who gathered and hel1~d ~nusk corn for us. It will alwa~ be remembered and may the Lord bless e~eh of you. * Mr. and Mrs. Lester Swant~ Mr. and Mrs. Wiliard Gingerich, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kemp and daughter, Warren Kemp and Mrs. Velma Spieher and family wens supper guests of A. B. Gtngeric~ and Irma Monday. Mrs. Chas. Jirca and Rosemary, Mrs. George Fry, Mrs. H. J. Fry and Mrs. Eugene Way attended the First District fall meeting of the Auxiliary of Amvete at M ediapolia. Mrs. Velum Way and Mac Sny- tier were dinner guests ~f Mr. and Mrs. Eugen~ Way last Thurs. day evening honoring the former Mrs. Way on hew birthday. Mr. and Mrs. J,. John J. Miller and family were gu~mts at a birth- day dinner Monday evening in the Lerey Miller home honoring Mrs. M~ller. Dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Eli Stutzman Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. VirgFl Fox and daugh- ter of Irwin and Mrs. Chris Gin- garish. and N~-s. H. J. Bi~dow visited in tho George Fry home Wehumday