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THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1946 ] s Fertilizer } HAVE A CAR OF DARLINGS IZER COMING SOON. IF YOU NEXT SPRING, BE A GOOD IDEA TO YOUR ORDERS NOW. -- -k KALONA FEED CO. PHONE 32 SEED CORN unable to contact a few farmers you were among those I I would appreciate your order by who have not been solicited for Corn or do not have enough for planting are urged to place order now--As you know it is to have a little extra seed on to run short and have t'o pick .OVers that some times are not Lble type wante& YOUR DEKALB DEALER E. E. GRECIAN Kalona | PILOTBURG By Mrs. Frank Stransky Nov. ll--A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Chalupa November 4th, Monday at the Uni- versity hospital in Iowa City. Mrs. Chatupa and Carolyn Sue were ibrought home Thursday evening and are doing fine. Mrs. Will Duwa, her mother, stayed with the other children in their home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Soukup of near Washington visited at the A'l- bert Stransky home last Thurs- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stransky were among other relatives who visited in the Glen Chalupa home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Milt Wollrab and Verle and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fisher and family of near River- side visited Mrs. Frank Stransky Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Esther Hamilton has been having dental work done in Well- man. Marlyn Mouser observed her 12th birthday, Monday so her mothm invited these girls for supper in honor: Janice Booth and hm parents, and JoAnn and Phyrlis Stransky. Mr. W. E. Auten of Marion, Ia., came for a few days visit with friends, includin~ several in Rich- mond, where he taught school for several years also, Mrs. Frank Stransky, one of his pupils. He visited Fred Mouser Monday af- ternoon, (they are the same age, 89), with Mr. Auten 19 days old- er. We promised to take him over but the car would not start so he said he could easily walk the mile and one half, and he did. Tuesday he went to West Chester to visit. RICHMOND By Mrs. Wm. Shalla MrL Roy Kallam; and Ramona 8halla Mr. and Mrs. A. Escher and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Escher of Collis, Minnesota came on Sunday to vis- it relatives here. They were cal- led by the death of Mrs. Escher's sister, Mrs. John Heck of River- side. Mrs. HanT Fisher accom- panied them and is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ed Downs. Mr. and Mrs. Eloyd Sharp and family of Cedar Rapids were week end visitors at the Paul Stumpf home. Mrs. Holmes of Iowa City is vis- iting her daughters, Mrs. Lee Mc- Guire and Mrs. Vic Malichky. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Escher and Margaret, Albert and Leo Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Shalla and Mrs. Ed Downs attended the fun- eral of Mrs. John Heck at River- side Monday afternoon. Mr. ad-Mrs. Wm. Koening and Agnes and Alfred Reiner were cal- lers at the Joe TeBockhorst home Sunday evening. Mr. Jake Kline, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Tappan and Mrs. Clarence Lee of Hills were Armistice day visitors at the Glen ~akulin home. i Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kiefer and June, Mrs. Howard Kiefer, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ka~llaus shopped in Iowa City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boudnek and son and Mr. James Boudnek of Chicago were week end visitors at the Stanley and Van Vodicka homes. Mr. and Mrs. Van Vodicka and there for 19 years. He expects to go to Searsboro to visit his daugh- Out Sale He also taught school there and ter Ena and~amily also who live lastly hauled mail on routes from on a farm. Allison Maas is among the first to fin{sh pickiffg corn, but he is helping others. Mrs. Brinning is visiting at~their home. AM LEAVING THE STATE I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC ON THE JOE MILLER FARM LOCATED 8 MILES SOUTH IOWA CITY, 12 MILES NORTHEAST OF KALONA ON NO. 1, COMMENCING AT 11:30 O'CLOCK ON ., Nov. 20, 1946 26 HEAD OF CATTLE 11 COWS, ALL GIVING A GOOD FLOW OF MILK Guernsey cow 4-years-old~ fresh in July, milking 5 gallon daily; 6-years-old, fresh in August, milking 5 gallon daily; 4"years-old, fresh in September, milking 5 gallon daily; cow 5-years-old, to be fresh in March; cows 6-years-old, to be fresh in March; cow % 6-years-old, to be fresh by day of sale; ~; Years-old, fresh in July, milking 5 gallon daily; heifer fresh in May; Roan heifer fresh in March; bred; 2 yearling heifer calves; Holstein heifer, 7 heifers, 1 steer; Hereford bull 3-years-old. 3 black bred; PULLETS; 40 LAYING HENS, YEAR OLD HAY AND GRAIN dOver and timothy hay in barn (put up without being 50 bales of clover hay; 500 bushel of corn. MACHINERY AND MISCELLANEOUS I)eere tractor, model B on good rubber; cultivator to fit mod- Little Genius 2-bottom plow; Oliver 10-ft. disc; John Deere ; McCormick-Deering planter, nearly new; 3-section har- rake; new rubber tired" wagon with flared box; rubber tired box; low wheel wagon with triple bed; 6-foot mower; hay beere endgate seeder; 9-inch McCormick-Deering hammer fork; Pride of the Farm hog feeder; hog waterer; 4 hog hog coop; tank heater; feed bunk; chicken house, brooder stove; M. W. separator, used 1 year; two-wheel cart Other articles too numerous to mention. & MILLER, AUCTIONEERS TERMS: CASH IR, CLERK LUNCH ON THE GROUNDS FRANK PIERCE By H. J. Fry. The Ladies Beneficial society will hold their next meeting with Mrs. Walter Ihrig on Thursday afternoon of the 21. Capt. Lloyd V. Fry of Chicago, Mrs. Lloyd Fry Sharon and Kar- en of Winfield, Iowa spent from Saturday evening till Sunday at the parental H. J. Fry home. About one fourth inch of rain fell in this section of the country Saturday afternoon which made it quite soft in the corn fields es- peciarly for the mechanical pick- Dorothy visited Sunday at the John Blakely home near Lock- ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stumpf vis- ited Sunday evening at the Den- nis Jordon home. Leo, George and Teresa Lintz shopped in Iowa City Friday. Alfred Reiner of Canada is spending the week with his sis- ter, Mrs. Wm. Koening. Wm. Tel- lin and Anton Reiner of Washing- ton visited at the Wm. Koening home Monday. Mrs. Dale Duwa spent Thurs- day and ~iday visiting Lucille Kron in Iowa City. Norma June TeBockhorst spent the week end in Davenport. Bob Kallaus visited Marvin yot- ty last Friday and Saturday. Clem ~alla visited at the B:art Yotty home on Friday evening. Mrs. John Blum received word of the death of her father, Sam Schu~ty on Friday evening of last week. Kathryn Wieland returned to Kansas City last week end. A former school teacher of 50 ~years ago, "Daddy OCton" now of Marion, visited last week with friends in the vicinity, making calls, particularly at the homes of Joe Saforek and Mrs. Frank Stransky. el's, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ihrig were dinner guests at the Frank Fry home Sunday. Frank Mc Kray delivered hogs to Iowa City buyers Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. El]ory Taylor at- tended a baby shower at the Don- ald Crow home Sunday after noon. Roland Maxwell attended the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guengerieh ;and Ronnie, Mr. and Mrs. Jason Yoder, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Guenge- rich and Lowell spent Sunday at the Melvin Yoder home northwest of Kalona. Mrs. Hiram Yoder of Parnell spent last Saturday in the home of Mrs. Anna Yoder. football game at Kalona, Monday afternoon. THE OPENING OF BENDER'S ADDITION In The East Part Of Kalona There are 16 Choice Lots now available for Home Sites. IF Y0!U ARE PLANNING ON BUILDING, BE SURE OF YOUR LOT AND BUY IT NOW. Write or see-- KALONA, IOWA Prepared by C. 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