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"7 ~T IIII I I I ] The fol,lowing daily menus will be offered next week at all Mid-Prairie Schools: i Monday -- Beefburgers, pickles and onion rings, mac- aroni salad, cherry cobbler, IT'S COMING milk Tuesday -- Whipped l~ta- toes, chipped beef gravy, USED CARS THAT STRUT THEIR STUFF 1965 Chevrolet Impala Convertible $2850 Super Sport, 327 V8, 3 sp., New Tires, extra nice in fact, like new yet. 1965 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe $2550 327 V8, 3 sp. trans., Radio, White Tires -- lots of new car warranty left - 13,000 left. 1964 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan $2075 4-~door, VS, std. drive, Radio, New Tires. Clean :and nice, local and 1 owner. 1963 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe $1795 327 V8, Powerglide, Radio, power steering, power brakes, near New Tires Drives out and runs like new. 1963 Corvair 700 Coupe $1150 3 sp., Radio, White Tires, very economical to run. 1961 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe $1175 VS, 3 sp. w/overdrive, Radio, White Tires - Nice. 1960 Ford Fairlane 500 $550 4-door, V8, Crusomatic, Radio. 1960 Ford 9-pass. Station Wagon $550 VS, Overdrive, Radio, runs good - clean. 1959 Chevrolet Biseayne $500 2-door, 6 cylinder, 3 speed. 1959 Ford Fairlane $450 4-door, V8, Automatic, Radio, good motor. 1957 Ford Custom 300 $235 2-door, V8, Autom~c, Radio. 1955 Chevrolet 210 $200 4-door, V8, 3 speed. TRUCKS 1960 Chevrolet ton Pickup, 8-ft. box $995 1959 Ford ton, 6 cyl., 4 sp. $875 1957 International ~ ton $550 1952 Ford ton, V8, 4 speed $250 Extra High inventory now and many others to choose from. Buckwalter Motors, Inc. DIAL 646 - 6095 WELLMAN * Pull your tandem disc behind the Brady 4-Row chopper and do the entire job at one time. One I11arl carl chop and disc up to 100 acres per day. You do a better job of plowing. Stalks will be fine. iy pulverized and not windrowed or bunched. You can pull the 4-Row Chopper and d~ with your 4-5 plow tractor. Excellent for clip- ping idle acres and pastures. One pass thru the field andyou're ready to plow. Why tie up 2 men and 2 tractors and take twice as long when eno man and one tractor will do the entire job. COME IN NOW . . . AND TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT THE BRADY MODEL 144 4-ROW CHOPPER . . . IT'S A REAL WORKHORSE! FARMERS SUPPLY SALES DIAL 656 - 2291 KALONA lllll IIl'l I~ALONA I~EWS, THURSDAY, }~oVEMBER ~-5, i~6~ ,,, , --- . , ,, ,':, , , ~ ...... _ .~ __ b~ead and bU~ter sandwich, cheese ~lices, buttered green beans, brownies, m~{k. Wednesday -- Beef and noodles, b~ead and bu~ter sandwich, jello salad, cinna- mon rolls, milk. Thursday -- Whipped pota- toes and gravy, meat loaf, buttered corn, bread and but- ter sandwich, apple saUce, chocolate milk. Friday -- Whipped po.t~toes and butter, fish sticks, but- tered peas, bread and butter sandwich, Graham cracker dessert, milk. ELECTED TO DISTRICT FTA On Nevember 6, ,the Mid- Prairie Chapter of the Future Teachers of America sent eigh.t ~tudents az~d two spon- sors to the District F.T.A. ConverLtion held at Columbus JuncMon. The convention was opened a talk by Professor David Andrews from the University of Iowa on ,the ~opic of inter- national teaching. T'his was followed by the caml~ign speeches of those candidates running for office. Our chapter was pleased to have Linda Geyer, a junior at Mid- Prairie, :run for publicity chairman and she was elected to this office. The. afternoon program consisted of a pane! discu'~sion and ~the election of state nominees from our dis- trict for state president. ATTEND BANQUET BAYERT0WN By Mrs. Gertie Bailey Mrs. Viva Beard and Mrs. Dorothy Hial.t of Diagonal, Iowa were guests of Mrs. Ida Barley in Iowa City last week. They visited other relatives in the community and returned to their home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Meyers returned home Friday even- ing after visiting relatives in Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hashing called on Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ulch in Amana Sunday. Mrs. Terry TeBockhorst of Cedar Rapids called a.t the Paul Bailey home Wednesday. We were sorry to hear of the death of our old friend and neighbor Reno Kron, who died at Mercy hospital in Iowa City Thursday morning. Mrs. Jesse Law and Mrs. Sarepta Eshman of Hills spen.t Monday afternoon at the Paul i Railey home. Some food rich in vitamin C is needed every day because the body is unable to store this essential nutrient. Break- fast is a good time to get your daily ,requirements of vitamin C. This can be obtained by eating vitamin C foods such a~ tomatoes, tomato juice, strawberries, cant a 1 o u p e s, oranoe or grapefruit juice. Happy Hour Club Meets Mrs. Ed Beranek was host- ess to 10 members of the Hap- py Hour Club. A silent auc- tion was held ,and a social evening .was enjoyed. Mrs. Walter Ledman and Mrs. Beranek received birth- day gits from their secret sisters. Mrs. Harry Strabala won the hostess gift. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mary Yo~ty. Arrangemen.ts were made for the annual Christmas sup- per, which will be with Mrs. Roy Kallaus on December 9. The Boosters Club and fathers of the football play- ers sponsored a dinner Tues- day, November 16, in honor of their sons and the cheer- leaders. The dinner .was held at the Kalonial Townhouse. After the meal, C~ach Sam Osborne named the players svlected to the An-Conference First Team and Honorable Mention lists. , i,,m ,, DEE~-CAR COLLISIONS INCREASE ,i Thanksgiving drivers off to visit relatives and friends will be confronted with ,the extra hazard of 'romantic minded deer', the State Conservation Commission said ,today. This ls the second such warning issued by the Commission this month. Officials said hey were l prompted to issue anotheri warning because of a suddenI rash of acciden~ts involving deer in recent days. The ma- jority of the aceiden, ts axe happening on the high speed interstate highways a~zd the more heavily traveled st~ate roads. Although exact figures on deer-auto collisions are no~ available from the Conserva- tion Commi,asion at this time, a spokesman said prelimi- nary reports indicate that such accidents may be up five )ercen.t or more over last November. As of early this month, 652 deer had been of- ficially reported as being kill- ed by automobiles ,this year. The blame for deer-car: collisions rests on the deer and the driver. Deer are now in the 'rut' or mating season. And like humans who are smitten by Dan Cupid'u at- The Kalona News KA~NA, IOWA 52247 Established in 1891 C. C. SHIMON, Publisher Official Paper Washington County Official Paper Town of Kalona Subscription $2.50 Per Year Published Thursday, except the third Thursday In August and the Thursday of Christmas week. Entered at the Post Office of Kalona, Iowa for transmission through the mail as second class matter under Act of Congress of August 24, 1912 and as amended by the acts ef March 3, 1933 and July 2, 1946. To insure publication in any given week display advertising copy must be placed not later than five p. m. on Monday of the week of publication. The right is reserved by the publisher to re~eet any advertising copy or manuscript considered as undesirable. ADVERTISING RATES Local, per column inch .......... 55c National Contract, Line ........ 4.5c National Contract, Inch . . 63c Miscellaneous Ads, 2o word (no display), minimum ....... 30c Card of Thanks. minimum ........ 50c WEST LIBERTY COMETS SQUEEZE BY HAWKS The West Liberty Comets managed to squeeze by the Golden Hawks in the f:irsV game of ,the Eastern Iowa Iiawkeye basketball season at West Liberty by a score of 65-63. At .the end of the first quarter, the Comets ted 14-12, and had a four poin~ lead ~t the end of the first half 37-33. By the end of the third quarter :the score was 55 to 48, West I~berty. The Comets held a 10-poin.t lead with four minutes left in ,the game. Within ,three n~nutes the Hawks had i.t cu.t down to a 2-point lead. With 25 seconds left to go in the game, Dana Walker stole the hal.1 and wen.t in for a lay-up which tied ,the game 63 all. And with on,ly 12 sec- ond~ to go, the comets brought the ball down court and threw to Jim Meyers, who .shot a set-shot from mid- court, which won the game, John Boyxe led the Hawks with 18 poin.ts, followed by Jan Skola with 15, Steve Kel- ley with 12, Gary Kos with 11, Dana~,~ Walker with 7 and Brad Yoder with 2. The Comets had four men in the double figures. Sewers Clogged? It's hard work to use clumsy cleaning tools and even harder to pay big money to dig them up or have them cleaned with an elec- tric machine. N o w chemical science brings you an amazing cleaner that will remove roots, rags, grease, paper and other or- ganic material. You will get quicker results at a lower cost by asking your dealer for Lillen- mak's Sewereamer. You can ream your sewer lines chemically and cheaply. It is packed in 5 and 10 pound cans. Just ask for SEW- Combined, Closing Out Sale Of Household Goods At the Washington County Fairgrounds, in Washington, Iowa, on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30 Starting at 6:30 p.m. Piano in good condition; Montgomery Ward refrigerator, A-l; oak table with leaves and 5 chairs; oak rocker; wicker chair; old phono- graph with records, good condition; 3 beds; 5 straight ,chairs; 3-pc. bedroom suite; book- case; stove; dresser with mirror; marble top dresser with mirror; 2 oak stands; antique walnut rocker; unusual walnut table; day couch; kitchen drop, leaf table and chairs; kit- chen cupboard; utility wardrobe; washing ma- chine in good condition; picture frames; 5-piece pit.cher and~ bowl set; mirror; trunk; stool; porch bench; rinse tu~s; boiler; tools; crocks; churn; some dishes and cooking utensils. MISS ELIZABETH DAVIS Maytag washing machine; G. E. refrigerator; metal bed .com:p~ete with box springs; 21-in. Airline television, 4 years old; leather TV chair; chrome dinette set with 4 chairs, good; Toro 7. horse rider mower, 6-ft. cut; 19-in. Toro lawn mower; child's large, heavy swing set; record cabinet; 4 steel folding chairs; 2 step ladders; 20-ft. extension ladder, extra good; electric view meter and splicer for 8 mm movie film; 1 large and 3 small telephones, antiques; 2 win- dow fans, 1 double and 1 single; 6-volt battery charger; ~/~-in. electric drill; set of adjustable reamers; 21-piece. :~-in. heavy duty socket set with ratchet, good as new; 16-in. Admiral TV, like new; 19-in. Coronado portable TV; 2-wheel enclosed trailer; comp,lete bed, good; chest of .drawers, new; large cabinet with glass top; ironer; upholstered chair; other articles too numerous to mention. EREAMER and save yourself a CHARLES VAN WINKLE Home Gas DIAL 64~-6058 - I I n[lf ..... :~ fi'lll I, II rows, deer develop a devil- may-care attitude which of- ten finds them throwing pre- caution to the wind. Drivers have to take much of the blame, however, as many accidents happen in areas posted with 'Deer Cross- ing' signs. Commission per- sonnel say they know many people tend to feel that if there are no deer ne,ar the sign then there is no cause to worry. Nothing could be further f,vom the .truth, how- ever, as deer mat/be anywhe~ from a few feet tea 'half rntl~ or more down the road fro~ such signs. The defensive driver wii :slow well below the permttte$ speed limit wh~e drtvl~ through posted areas and Wtl be on ,the ~lert in other areas The driver who chooses to lg~ nore the warning signs ~, end up with a deer in his la~ Patronize the ADVERTISE~ SECOND LOAD OF TEXAS Citrus Fruit NOW AVAILABLE Red and White Gral}efruit and Oranges Strickler Bros. DIAL 656-2416 KALONA Gall Swartzendruber Trucking DIAL 656 - 2541 KALONA E E C S C C L S C n, tt L~ o] Closing Out Sale Located 4 miles north of Washington to intersection of Highway 1 and 92, then 2 miles west and 1 mile north, on Monday, November 29t Starting at ]0:00 A. M. Sharp MACHINERY T~ Pq a( C~ aI af Oliver No. 70 tractor, Oliver No. 4 picker, to be sold as unit or separately if nat sold before sale; Fe~,guson 20 tractor; Heat-Houser; 1956 wide fror~t A. C. WD45t tractor with pedistale and wheel weights; A. C. WC l~, tractor; 3-16 A. C. mour~ted plow; 19-f.t.A.C. wheel i th disc; A. C. mounted drill; 4-row A. C. cultivator; No,., ~:~h 60 A. C. combine; 24-ft. J. D. 'drag ,harrow; 3-sec,tio~ I sh WinPower hoe (A. C. mtgs.); wagon ~n~ Hot~hkAss box; ~th' 12-ft. Ho.tchkiss mour~ted haxrow; Wood w~gon ~ ~ ,,,~-~ box; A. C. 2-row culhivator; New Idea side rake; 40-ft. ~f Meyers eleva.tor; speed jack; John Deere drive or~ (N host; 15-ft. Case single disc; J. D. 490 plar~ter ,wttl~, a fertilizer ~ttachmer~t; 15-ft. cu~tipacker; J. D. runnt~g gears; 2-14 Ford De~,rborn plow, mouned; 3-poir~ lin 100 h itcl;, post auger (Ford); 2-wheel spreader; Ford blade; Co New Idea .twine ~e baler; 14-f.t. hay ladders (rack); Q~ 4-wheel spreader; M.M. 2-row corn planter; 4-sevtAo~ Se harrow; hand opera.ted hydraulic wagort jack; d~,t So scoop; A-frame wagon hoist; New Hollamd corn shell- of er; steel wheel wagon a~d box; New Idea side rake, To " of (s' Qu T~ of HOG EQUIPMENT 10 me,tal hog feeders; 3 metal creep feeders; five 70- gal. hog foun.tatn~; 2-hole llog water .tax, k; 8-hole (800 gallon.) tank; .twelve 2-pen hog houses; 6-pert pull together hog house; 12x20-f,t. hog she~ter; 450-g~1. drum for water wagun; hog c~tch cr~te; hog ,troughs, pans, etc.; 2 Pride of .the Faxm hog feeders, 60-bu. size; Pride of the Farm hog feeder, 40-bu. size; Pax feeder, 4O-bu. size; Star creep feeder; 2 Pax creep feeders; 5-bu. feeder; 10-bu. feeder. MISCELLANEOUS Poultry nests, waterers and feeders; ,t~nk heater; lo, W~ mower; 2-whee~l :trailer; elastraler; s~inge; 150-gaL ga~ barrel; water .tanks; steel posts, new and used; railroad ties; hedge corner posts; hedge Une posts; fencing, new and used; gas tank heaters; log chains; battery charger; feed house; brooder house; na.t~vv lumber; vice; walnut ~umber; W~sconsin motor; fe~ce stretcher; 178 cement blocks; 10xl4-f.t. brooder house; McCulioch chain saw (No,. 41); 8xl4-f.t. feed house; ladder; elec,tric fencer; ribbed shi~g~es; wood shin~leS. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Bedroom suite; single maple bed; rocking chair; Arvu console TV; red leather chair;, buffet and china cabi- net, glass f~or~t (old); combln,atlon bookcase and writ- ing desk (old); floor lamp; table la~-rl,pe; W~J~Ug h~f cupboard; vacuum cleaners, upholstery, upright and swivel; mirrors; dressing ,t~ble and chair; 4-drawer dresser; Sunbeam mixer; frut jars; rinse Cubs; pic- tures; stoneware jugs; stoneware churns; hair clip- pers; Kodak; stove pipe; kitchen stool; m1k can; clock; sun*lamp; 4 walnut .table legs; copper bailer; white tileboard panels; many other ~tems. ANTIQUES Rendering kettle; dinner bell; horse sleigh; harness; military saddle; bob sled x~nning; buzz saw frame; threshing machi'ne parts; steam engine parts such as whistle, tally box, etc. 250 Bales of Straw, more or less AUCTIONEERS NOTE---There will be at least 3 ba, Y rack loads of Miscellaneous items so please be on time. There are some antique items not listed. ) ROY FEAR l ha tot th~ .trin Ka pul To, on Co~ Io~ UN Ju( Wilbur Swartzendruber, Keith Murphy, Auctioneers Co. I[ )ll Dick Weeks, Clerk , Cappers Lunch on Gromlds~;~ Wellma. It, Alvin Shebeck, Auctioneer Mike Orris, Clerk ""~lJ} Terms: Cash Not Iron.risible for Accident i