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%: THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1946 Mr, ~nd M_rs. Lloyd Strickler and Barbara Stumpf were Sunday visitors in the H.W. Strickler home in Iowa City. * Mr. and Mrs. Dehnar Schla- Mrs. Edith Welts visi~ over the week end in Washington with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baumgart- KAU)NA SCHOOL NOTKS her of Iowa City; Mr. and Mrs. L. Editor .............. Jeanne Alt baugh were supper guests in the O. Gingerich and Mr. and Mrs. Asst. Editor _. Marlowe Feldman I~roy and Ralph Miller home Sun- Frank Gingerich called in the Eli Sports ............ Dave Hender day evening. Stutzman home Sunday. Music ........... Edwin Herner ..... .~ . i! .... " ......... ~ .......... Home Ec ......... Gladys Yoder Reporters: ~* Freshmen ...... Donna Fisher Sophomore._Marilyn Brenneman Junior , ......... Dick Beranek Senior ....... Willadean Small Grade News ...... Carol Stumpf OIL CLOTH Sat. Nov. 16 Orthella K. is back in school again, and she seemingly enjoyed her trip to Indiana. Most of the junior boys are'put- ting their end-tables together in Manual Arts class. The next pro- jects for some of the boys will be dealing with plastic. A good many of them are going to make end tables out of it also. STARTIZ~TG AT 80'CI~OCK FLASH-- The news column this week is very short because of no school on Thursday and Friday of last Advisor .............. Mrs. Ross week and Monday of this week. NOW AND THEN~ A peppy pep meeting was held The Most Popular Outdoor Light !- This is a sturdy, compact Coleman single.mantis Lantern. ~nuine Pyrex globe, Storm, wind and rain-proof. In- stant lighting. Safe-can t spill fuel even if tip~d over. Just rig.ht for night chores. Ideal for campmff, hunting, fishing trips. Come in'snag see it! Also Coleman Irons, Table Stoves, G. I. Stoves and Coleman parts now available. .qTORE lhlVlllillllll I II EDMONDSON DEPARTMENT STORE Monday previous to the Wellman- Kalona game. Speeches were giv- en by Mr. Barnum, Junior So~th- wick, and Lando Gingerich, Jr. The cheerleaders led the yells and the pep band furnished the music. Last Wednesday the sophomores had a much needed rest from geo- metry class ~because of Mr. Bar- num's absence. Junior Southwick was very much surprised when in Sopho- more English class his test paper which he was writing was taken by Mrs. Curtis. Asking her why, he was told that h~ had been looking on Nedra's paper. Junior then sorrowfully replied, 'Oh, Mrs. Curtis I had to get some of them !' The other day there was a prize fight in the balcony between John and Don. Marjorie Belle even entered into it too. In sophomore English class Junior H. traded dv~sks with B'et- ty, so he cotfld sit with Everett FEATURES.-- b~t Mrs. Curtis noticed it and he was forced to return to his own desk. ing project. From the scraps the The juniors have all been kept girls are making pennants. busy for the last couple of weeks ___ even though they were deprivedi SEVENTH AND E'~HTH of many of their classes and as- semblies. Most of Mr. Frits' clas- The boys have tried out for sea were devoted to the prepar- basketball Thursday, November 7. ation of the play. Most of the boys in our room seem to be quite interested in it. Come on fellows, let's have a good junior ' high team this year. The seventh graders are study- ing about farming in the different parts of the world. They are very much interested in it. So far we have ~earned about the farming in China, Japan, India and Efirope We are going to order new books for our room. IL/J Prices Good Through Tuesday, November 19. ! Danish Pride I Our Family Fry:- Mush GIANT Whole Kernel [ Just slice and fry ,J Kellogg r CORN i , 15c ~ Corn Flakes ~. 2 cans 29c IGe To= [Tomato Catsup ~ v~ ~ LYE Gallon can ~ 6 Cans CARNATION ! Gallon ~ -BORAX MILK ~ ~ 2 Po.~d~ 29C LANGS Sliced Pickles Dill~Quart 37c, SKIPPY 29c Large Cans 6 for 79c P-Nut Butter 39c RAISINS 1 lb., 14-oz pkgs PRUNES Medium Size 2lb. 49c ROBIN HOOD Bakers Cocoa Pound lOc Our Family Diced Carrots OR Libbys Sliced Beets FLOUR Print Bags lb. $3.49 I TEXUS Grapefruit 6 FOR Freezer Fresh The Kalona Chapter of the FHA held its regular meeting Tuesday evening, November 5. Immediately following the bust hess meeting six F~IA members gave a ~kit on parliamentary pro- cedure. It was based on how to conduct a business meeting prop- erly and how not to conduct a meeting. Mrs. Decker and Mrs. Hochstet- ler, the club mothers, attended the meeting and assisted the girls in crocheting. The girls have also finished sewing the purple and gold beanies for the v~oney mak- No. 2 size can Clinton sat , .d I ICE CREAM Corn Starch A o ted oral one ki 3for 27c ~ 4 calls 39c Qua(~; t [ PRICES ARE GHT AT THIRD ANI~ FOURTH Last week Larry, Leaford, Ned Gerald, Gary, Tommy Ronald, Loreta, Phyllis, Bernice, Leida and Billy got one h~mdred. In third grade only Bonnie aud Karla got one hundred. This week Dorothy, Bonnie and Harold got one hundred in spelling. We have a horse race in third grade. Vera was the champion last week. Who is going to be this wee_k? FIRST AND SECOND The first grade has finished the book, 'We Look and See'. They have started to ~ad 'We Work and Play'. The second grade is reading their second grade book 'Friends and Neighbors'. We have been reading ~bout Alice and Jerry. Prairie Dale By Nits Miller Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Miller and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Duane E. Yoder and Laverta were supper guests at the Lewis D. Yoder home last Thursday even- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Duane E. Yoder and daughter were Sunday din- ner guestS at the Eli S. Yoder home. Clarence Briskey of Iowa City was a caller in the home of Paris Miller and Henry Briskey Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Miller and Enos J. Miller were among the callers at the Chris Rhodes home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Boiler enter- tained as S~mday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shetler, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Boiler, Mr.-and Mrs. Chris Hochstedler, Eli Hochstet- ler, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hochstet- ler and family, Mrs. Arminda Brenneman, Mr. and Mrs. l~don Swartzendruzer and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Swart~ndru- .ber were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Ra~[ph Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Schlalmagh were business callers in Des Moines Monday. Mrs. Marie Herner is spendinj several days this week in Mr. and Mrs. ~on Brenneman and fancily were dinner guests Sunday in the E. D. Hershbergor home. Mrs. D. B. Hochstetler and Mrs. Win. Logan and children visited Mrs. Enos Yoder and Mrs. Kat~ Tice Sunday xl~n~oo~. DJ~ 33 ! i,tt_l)l[T fAR yO IIIT R THIS W you oON'T I WA1C 0UT! Itot most cat owners this will be the hardest their aging automobiles. It is only good sense protection possible to keep your car o cold weather. Protective services are ess old or new. Don't let OLD MAN WINTER GET OF YOU-instead, GET THE BEST CAR D-X WINTER CHANGE-OVER SERVICI~ ," MID-CONTINENT PETROLEUM C WINTER CHANGE-OVER Drain and refill Crankcase with winter weight New D-X ChangeTransmission & Differential Lubricants Protect bod~ with D-X Guaranteed Lubrication Flush (:ooHng Sys Antt-Freeze Check Battery and Tires Repack Front Wh, Clean and Adjust Spark Plugs * Wash, ~#ax or Polish Car * Oil Filter, Air Cleaner Inspect Lights & Windshield Wiper CHRISTMAS CARDS--S1.00 PER BOX INCLUDING TWO BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENTS--THE KALONA 201 1/2 ACRES GOOD STOCK AND GRAIN TO BE SOLD AT Thursday, Novem COMMENCING AT 1:30 P. M. To facilitate the dosing of the estate of William H. LOCATION: This fine farm is located l~/z miles west of road and is the same distance from paved highway No. 21& IMPI~OVEMENTS: A good five room house. All buil~ngs condition and all newly painted; inccluding 2 big barns: one c~tle, good double corn crib, machine shed, outside floor, sheep shed, chicken house, windmill, deep well, ye SOIL AND REMARKS: Soil ~s good clay, well drained tiled. Soil is in good condition, practically all limed timber on farm, good fences, all hog tight. An REA soon be ready for electricity on the farm. ALSO AT AUCTION~0 ACRES UNIMPROVED To be sold immediately following the above auctios : Located just north of the Joyce Lumber Yard, in Hills Hills Grain and Feed Co. Land is all level and yielded 104 to the acre this year. Soil is black sandy loam. BARN FOR SALE A large barn adjacent to this 10-acre piece of land will be It is in good condition and can be moved or torn down. TERMS: 20% DOWN DAY OF SALE, BALANCE March popssession date. WILLIAM H. DROLL ESTATE Genevieve Wells and A. F. Droll, Executors A. H. GLASPEY, Auctioneer Hills Bank and