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WHAT? Box Social! WHERE? Kalona Hi Gymnasium! WHEN? Friday, November 22! TIME? 8:00 P. M.! WHO? Everyone old and young! PROGRAM? KHS Band and Spec- . ial Novelty! COFFEE WILL BE FURNISHED SPONSORED BY FHA RUPTURED Wdll known truss expert to demonstrate marve'lous new How- ard truss. No leg straps to gauld, no knobs to enh~rge opening. Has flat s~nge rubber pads designed to hold like a pair of haz~(ts. It's saniiary. Can be washed. Protect your health._ If you can't be helped you will be told so frankly. CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause pains or nervous- ness. Has brought correction and new comfort to thousands. No obligation. No treatment Carl for evening appointment. Geo. L. Cook Will Be At Washington Tuesday, November 19 Washington Hotel Chp Thts Ad ttOURS: 2 P. M. to 6 P. M. Riverside High School Presents The Dale Ellsworth Jamboree STARRING WHO FAVORITES IN PERSON .This program is a feature attraction, sponsored by th~ J iJNIOR CLASS OF RIVERSIDE HIGH SCHOOL GLENN BURKLUND--The Minnesota Nightingale, direct from the Iowa Barn Dance Frolic and Radio Famed Dog 'Brownie'. MARGUERITE REIMANN--The Western Cowgirl, who made her first radio debut over KOOS in Oregon. 'LOCAL HILARITY'--A comedy riot by Dale Ellsworth, who directed 'The American Jamboree' for the American forces net- work in France. ERTRA--D. Ellsworth comedy riot 'An Old Maid Gets A L~)vin' Hear your favorite Scandinavian, Popular and Western songs a clean-cut comedy, with fun for all the famfty.~Yes we'll have guest artists galor! Several local people will appear on 'Loca]~ Hilarity' a feature of this same program. Show starts at 8:30 p. m. Right after St. Mary's Basketball game. HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM--RIVERSIDE, IOWA MONDAY NIGHT, NOV. 18---8:30 O'CLOCK Booki~g Address: Dale El~sworth, Madrid, "Iowa II III IH I I I I I II I o The Army Ground Forces offers you A NEW LIFE OUT THERE , Look toward Korea and Japan! A thrilling new job and a life--with interesting work, sports, entertainment and travel opportunities-can be had for the asking by qualified young men who vohmteer for the 1st Cavalry, lhh Airborne, 6ill, 7th, 24th or 25th Infantry Divisions. What an opportunity.., what a job! Training in one of these crack units will stand you in good stead wherever y~u go. Study a fmeign language. Learn the fascinating detarls of Military Government-so vi[al to future peace and prosperity. Japan's "Isles of Pines" are but a sample of the attrac- tions of an Army career in the Far East. The Army has reopened comfortable hotels, theaters, swimming pools, tennis clubs, golf courses, bah parks. These- familiar haunts of pre-war touris~- and many new developraents--provide a broad choice of recreation. Not everyone can measure up to this job. Only 3-year enlistees who meet prescribed physical and mental standards ean enjoy the benefits of such a job. High overseas pay, good fo(u] and lodging and a generous retirement plan make your future in the Army Ground Forces too good to missl See your nearest Army Recruiting Officer for full details. Listen #~: "Sound Off," "Warrior, of Peace," "Yolce of the Army,u "Proudiy We HalL" ~ MaJor Foofbatl Broadcasts on your radio. HERE'S t~HAT YOU GAIN ON OVERSEAS SERVICE STA~Vm~ eASl r4V PH MO~WI Service Service IN ADOiTION Master Sergeant In U, S, Overtea* or First Sergeant ~163.00 ~198.00 TO ,OOO,' Technical Sergeant : : ~135.00 162.00 t~ Staff Sergeant.. , . 115.00 138.00 CLOTH~ Sergeant ..... 100.00 120.00 Corporal . , . 90.00 108.00 AIBNCAL AND Private First C1au" . . 80.00 96.00 DBCTAt ~E Private ...... 75.00 90.00 OverSims Sorvle Increases tom Pay by 20%| Your Regulu Amy Serves the Nati0n nd Mnkind in War end PesN U. S. Army Post Cedar Ra 10wa THE KALONA NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1946" LOCAl, NEWS Dinner guests Armistice day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lament Kelley were Mr and Mrs Joe Te- Bockhorst and Letitia, Mrs. Dale Duwa and Mr. and Mrs. Urban TeBockhorst. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Jackson vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. T. ~ Clark in Wayland Monday evening, t Mr. and Mrs. D. B Hochstetler,! Mrs. Roy Hochstetler, Mrs. J. H.1 i Speas and Mrs. J. J. Speas spent Wednesday in Iowa City and cal- led at the Glen Hochstetler home. Mrs S. C. Ware and chi'ldren of iowa City called in Kalona Armis- rice day. Mr. and Mrs. John Benell spent last week with their son, Donald and family near Hedrick and Mr. Benell helped pick corn. Mr. and Mrs Lyle Fessler and Mrs. Bill Gerot of Riverside cal- led at the George Allen home Tuesday afternoon. [ I [] I I UNION SERVICES MISC[LL~HEOUs WILL BE HELD AT I METHODISrr CHURCH' Four lines or less Ft uo ditional line 5c. WANTED -- Farmers with live- stock to sell to see us for highest market prices. Claude Preston Kalona phone 134; Lee Drollinger K~l?~a phone 261. pS FOR DITCHING, tiling, excavat- ing call Vernon Weaver, drag line operator, phone 197, Kalona. p50 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED Jt~st call the Phillip's 66 Station Kalona for prompt service. Ed Wingler, Riverside FOR SALE -- Purebred Duroc boars and gilts, vaccinated and guaranteed, 4 1/2 mi. west, 4 1/2 mi. north of Wellman. Alton B. Miller, North English. c50 The public is invited to attend the Union church services to be held in the Methodist church Sun- day evening, November 17, at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. F. A. Westbrook of the Christian church will be the speak- er of the evening. In addition to the union choir there will be spec- ial music by a male quartett. The second rehearsa~l for the Christmas cantata to be presented by a union choir is to be at the school building Monday evening November 18 at 7:30 o'clock. BAPTIST CHURCH Edgar Carney, Minister Fay Rowe, Lorene and Donahl of Buffalo visited in the Tom La- hey home last. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Miller entertained dinner guests Monday evening including Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Walker, Tommy and Frances, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Walker of Well- man; Betty Freise and Lydia Burkhalter of Washington state. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Swartzen- druber and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Orst Keiser home. Recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Bontrager were J. C. Preston and Edna, Mr. and Mrs. D. W..Bontrager, Rev. and Mrs. D. J. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Yoder, Mr. ~d Mrs. T. V. Kne~', Mrs. Frank Pribyl, Mrs. Howard Gingerich, Beatrice and Donna Jean, Rufus Gingerich, Mrs. Clar- ence Hershberger and sons, Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Yoder and Gilbert, Mrs. M~ J. Maas and Miss Mary Squires of Chicago. Mrs. Alva Niffenegger visited sunday afternoon in the C.C. Shimon home. S. W. Yoder attended a tractor school in Waterloo last week. Mrs. Gerald Tents cal~ed on Mrs. John Overholt Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Rufus Gingerich visited Mrs. John Miller at the Mrs. Anna Yoder home Tuesday'afternoon. THAN~ YOU I deeply appreciate the many cards and letters received while in the hospital and take this means of expressing my thanks to each of you. Mrs. Gall Swartzendruber Chester A. Miller AUCTIONEER Associated with Yoder & Yoder No sale too large or too small. Phone Sharon 6 on 22 Rt. 1--Kalona % WORRIED ABOUT SUS.FmmG OAYS? str $KELLY ... IT REALL Y PAYS g-40-17 FOR SALE---P. B. Poland China boars and gilts. Guaranteed breed- ers. Boyd Erode, W~Iman. c2 CUSTOM SHELLING on the farm Farmers Feed Mill, Kalona, phone 219. 45tfc. DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED Just call Tom Karr and he will look after them for you. Phone 6 on 38, Wellman. FOR SALE--30 Austra White pul- lets, starting to lay. Chris E. Swartzendruber, Kalona, R. 1. p50 AJAX SEED OATS--Register No. 1 certified seed. Proven high yield 1 certified seed. Proven high yields Clayton Moore 1201 Yewel~ St. Iowa City, phone 3506. 50tf WOODMAN ACCident Insuk- ance. Clayton Moore 1201 Yewell St Iowa City, phone 3506. 50tf SYRUP--Just arrived a new stock of white syrup. No advance in prices. Book and Bibte Shop, phone 86, Kalona. c50 FOR SALE--White porcelain ena- mel cook stove with oil burning ~nit. H. L. Grady, phone 254 Ka- ~ona. p50 FOR SALE --7 Shropshire bred ewes. Grady Bros., phone 193 Ka- lena. pS0 PUBLIC SALE of household goods and furnishings Saturday Novem- ber 23. Virgil Fox has also con- signed a number of articles which will ~ sold at the same time and place in the east part of Kalona. J. B. Swartzendruber. c50 FOR SALEt--Circulating heating stove, Globe in good condition. Ira O. Miller, Kalona. 50t2 BASEMENT AND DRAIN PIPE digging. Vernon Weaver, drag line and trench hoe operator, Ka- lona phone 197. p51 F@R SALE~Used electric wash- ing machine. Can be seen at homo of MarT Ann Miller in Kalona. pS1 FOR S~LE~At reasonable price, Monarch range cook stove; Glass door cupboard. Mrs. W. H. Jack. son. pS0 RUBBER STAMPS MADE TO ORDER--only 80e for a two line two-inch width stamp. Kalona N,-ws. LARGE SUPPLY of Christian books and Bibles, mottoes, placs, scripture texts, Christmas cards now available at Teddy's Book and Bible Shop, Kalona. 50tf FOR SALE~Yearling Registered Hampshire boar from Livingston herd. Frank Patterson, phone 14 on 213, Kalona. c50 FOR SALE--Purebred Hampshire sow with 11 pigs by side. Floyd Gingerich. c50 FOR SALE--Steel folding cot; large kitchen cabinet; platform: rocker. Mrs. George Maxwell, i Kalona. pS0 CORN BELT POULTS -- Norcal Broadbreast. Big heavy birds, wide ~breasts, outweigh other turkeys at market time. Poults available Feb 15 to June 15, U. S. Pullomm clean 2% discount on orders paid in full prior to Jan. 1. Order now to as- sure desired delivery dates. Corn Bdlt Turkey Farms, Washington. Iowa. 50tf. FOR SALE--Beef by the quarter, You'll find us more then pre. from corn fed steer Chris M. Mil- pared to get your car in shape ler, Kalona~ pS0 tot tumbling temperature$ and wintry blast~ . DOGS DON'T NEED FRESH Yes, Skelly Guaranteed Product~ meat when fed Purine Dog Chow and Service will nave your car ,Farmers Feed Mill. c50 while they ave you moncyl tFOR sALE--i50 New Hampshire STOP in TODAY I Red pullets, starting to lay. Tobe KALONA OIL CO. [Bontrager. c50 Pho~ 9 Kslona NEW SUPPLY---'RX' staples and machines. News Bible school 9:45. Mrs. Yelma Way superintendent. Morning Worship 10:45 Union service 7:30 p. m. at the Methodist ch~arch. THB METHODIST CHURCH MARq~IN O. McKEINZIE, Minister Church school 10 a. m. Worship 11 Union serviee at our church 7:30 Rev. Westbrook brings the mes- sage. Speeial music by the mens quartet, E. J. Hesselsehwerdt, Jesse Greut, Harry Salverson, M. 0. McKenzie. SHARON-- Church school 10 No evening worship HOLY TRINITY CHURCH Richmond W. F. BOECK]KANN, Psstor First Mass 8 o'clock. Second Mass 10 o'clock. SHARON EVANGELICAL IRA J. HOOVER, Minister Church sehodl 10 o'clock; Wood- row Weeber, Supt. Worship service 11 o'clock. Evangelical Fellowship 8 p. m. Clmir rehearsal 8 p. m. Thursday ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN NVellman EDWIN A. B~LZ, Pastor Sunday school and Bible class at 9:45 a. m. Divine worship 10:30 a. m. The Ladies' Aid Society meets a week from this Thursday. Lutheran hour at 1 o'clock every Sunday over station WMT. CHURCH OF CHRIST Kalona F. ALLTN W~STBROOK Bible school l0 o'clock. Morning worship 11 o'clock 'Home Altars' Personals About People You Know Mr. and Mrs. Da~e Wenger of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wenger of :South English,, Cleo and Dorothy Gingerich of Kalona, Roy Stucky and Wayne Liechty, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Liechty and Mary Helen of Arcl~bold, Ohio; and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Miller of Wellman were Sunday dinner guests at the Jacob L. Erb home. Mrs. Malinda Yoder and Clara and Anna J. Yoder and Esther Hershberger called on Mrs. Emily Miller S~nday afternoon in the Reif apartment. Tuesday evening supper guests in the Isaiah Yoder home were Mr. and Mrs. Jason G. Yoder and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Yoder. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Small and daughters of Wellman visited in the Tom Lahey home Monday af- ternoon. Mrs. Emily Miller called on Mrs. Andrew Yoder and Mrs. Dave Lantz Monday forenoon. Leora Kauffman and Susie Leh- man of Middleburg, Indiana were supper g~ests in the Jacob J. Mil- ler home last Tuesday evening. They left for their home early Wednesday morning. Dudley Allen of Riverside visit- ed in the George Allenhome Mon- day. Mrs. Wallace Gascho and chil- dren and Mrs. Claude BLrenneman and children called at the E. D. Hershberger home Saturday after- noon. Recent callers in the Eli Sbu~tz- man home were Mrs. Noah Kropf of Wellman, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lloyd Swartzendruber, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller, M~. and Mrs. Sam Bender, Erma and Rosetta, A. B. Gingerich, Mrs. Nancy Shetler, Mrs. J. B. Strickler, Mrs. Ben Boone, Chris and Clifton Ginge- rich and Henry Yoder. Tuesday evening supper g~ests of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Miller were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Erb and Lowell and Mre. Don Lieehty and Mary Helen of I[ you raise your own give your dry cows a ~. ration by [eeding with oats. BU FARMERS FEED THANKS, VOTERS! For your support at the general tion November 5--Your c in me is appreciated and I will best to give impartial service member of the Board of ROBERT S. Candidate for Board of term beginning January THANKS, VOTERS-- I very much appreciate the of the voters at the November general election. I'll make fort to cfirry out your best as a member of the Board of ervisors. NED Member Board of THANK YOU! To my many, many friends supported me in the Nov. 5th tion, I take this means of "Thank You" for your c HARRIET County R A new De Level Separator more of your butterfat from the milk.." method of separating. Naturally cream checks for you. In a short will pay for itself. Furthermore, construction a new De Lava[ Separator .. and with the use of the new "wetti~ be washed eas;ly and thoroughly in t~ us today. 411 i~ i i /