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, , ,, J, , , THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, November 26, 1942 , LOCAL NEWS MA~ Lyle Fry. and son Kirk moved Wednesday to one of the Relf Apartments. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Yoder and children of Middlebury, Indiana were supper guests with Mrs. El- la Plank Thursday evening. Louise Shelman of Ottumwa came Wednesday eveaing to spend her Thanksgiving vacation at the O. R. Shelman home. I'J u .~ ..... I I I A Most Perfect Gift-- l Jller Brushes See the new MIRROR DE LURE Jtmt re~med. With, Bristle comb Mr. and Mrs. Archie Haberman spent Sunday at the Melvin Ha- herman home at Wayland S,unday. Mr. and Mrs. Verneal Norman of Dayton, Ohio ,and Mrs. J. Per- kins of Museatine called on Mrs. Emily Miller and Louise Sunday evening. Mr, and Mrs. I. J. Kelley and Richard and Mr. and Mrs. Ed C, Kern and family were dinner guests Sunday with Mrs. Willis Gingerieh. Mr. and Mrs. Harold E, Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Miller and Douglas, Everett and Robert Mil- ler and Vera Strickler were sup- per guests with Mrs. Emily Mil- ler and Louise Thursday evening. The Miller families left for their home in Dayton, Ohio that ev- and comb to match.. The best of ening. brooms; polishes; floor finish and[ Mr. and Mrs. Mose Beachy left the ~ line of bntslms: mops;[ Thursday for Indiana where they all ~ br0shes. Lowest level[ of prt~ in h~tory. I will visit their daughter, Mrs. SE]g OR PHONE [Elmer Hershberger ~nd family. M. L. DEWEY [They w~re accompanied by Mr. PHONE 19~ WELLMAN [and Mrs. Dan Miller who will via- / [ [ fill it in. Ohio. CRACKERS .... NEW NAVY BEANS NEW LIMA BEANS ,.,', ~' ..... ' .2 lb. box.. 17c 2 lbs ..... 17c 2 lbs ..... 29c MILK _.~ ................. 3 tall tins .... 25c PANCAKE FLOUR ...... CREAM OF WHEAT WHEATIES SALAD DRESSIN~G HI-He CRACKERS 3% lb. pkg ..... 19c lge. pkg ..... 24c lge. pkg .... 10c qt ..... 33c Ige. pkg ..... 21c GRAHAM CRACKERS ...... lge pkg ..... 19e JELL POWDER 3 pkgs .....17c CLEANSER 3 cans 13c BROOMS 69c SANI-FLUSH .......................... 19c RINSe 23c SWAN 10c GLASS TUMBLERS ...... carton of 6 .... 39c GRAPEFRUIT .... 96 size .... 10 for .... 39c ORANGES ....... Dozen ....33c CABBAGE lb. .... 5c CRA~NBERRIES ................. lb ..... 21c CELERY .......... 15c Don't Forget Our Birdseye Frozen Foods 0 F~/ts Vegetables Fish & ROBERT$0N Grocery 106 BEFORE 10.'N M. OUT SALE As I am going to quit farming, will sell at on the place known as the C. C. place near the Union School, located northwest of Kalona, 4 miles northeast 3 miles south of Joetown beginning" at 11 o'et~k sharp on NOVEMBER 30 130 OF STOCK 130 ,ll / ,q i[ i , __ 5 HEAD OF HORSES AND MULES 5 yrs. old, wt. ~00, in foal;bay mare 5yrs. ol4 bay mare, smooth mo~th, wt. 1450; Team of 12 HEAD OF CATTLE 12 2-year old Shorthorn heifers. 2 Here. spriv~ calves; 5 Shorthorn steers, , , ,,,, , , 1 J, IL 113 HEAD OF HOGS 113 7 Duroc sows; 2 Poland China sows; 10 gilts, bred to Hamp- shire boar, to farrow in March; 28 feeding hogs, weight 160 to 200 pounds; 64 fall pigs. GRAIN AND HAY ; 40 tons clover hay AND MISCELLANEOUS 9X12 rug, Mrs. Clara Fisher was hostess last Tl~rsday afternoon to twelve members of the H. J. club and al- so Mrs. Jim Keller, ,Mrs. Joe La- sek, Mrs. Win. L. Shalla and Te- resa Lintz. The first home project lesson "Remodeling th~ Family Ward- r~be" was presented by Mrs. Mer- ritt Reiner and Mrs. Dewey Weeks. Mrs. Weeks presented the first phase of the lesson on why it is necessary to conserve the family wardrobe and showed the way of lengthening the lives of men's suits by way of skillful mending. She demonstrated and showed a sample how to patch by the reweave method which is es- pecially good on twead or coarsely woven materials. Mrs. Weeks demonstrated the block method which is ~med on el- bows and knees or places whel~ there is a large hole. She showed how worn places on the edge of collars, cuffs, sleeves or pockets may be seamed out and finished and also the method by which a retread may be put on a pair of trousers that in places are worn thin, but not yet worn through. The second phase of the lesson dealing with the remodelling of the family wardrobe was describ- ed by Mrs. Reiner who told what minor changes could be made in last year's dress to bring it up to date. She told what must be con- sidered before an old garment is made over and what preparation needs to be made before a gar- ment can be made over The importance of the correct way of handling rayon and wool- en goodq in washing and p~essi~g was stressed by Mrs. Reiner. She showed the sleeve Poll which she hd made out of rolled-up maga- zines and covered with heavy muslin, that are a big help in the proper pressing of sleeves. An apron and a suit made of men's shirts were shown and the pat- terns given During the ~usi,ness meeting it was decided to send Christmas boxes to two club members' sons who are in service. These boxes will be packed at the next meet- ing which will be Decemebr 10 with Mrs. John Horak. At the De- cember meeting the club will have its usual gift exchange. Mrs. ~isher served refresh- ments at the conclusion Of the meeting. What farm woman can boast of a better record than Mrs. Joe Te- Bockhorst? S~le a~d other mem- bers of her family hauled in 10,000 bushels of corn on their own and the ][}wane Shalla farm. Mrs. TeBockhorst hauled in over half of it, at least 6,000 bushels herself. Out in the field early m the morning, she worked all day hauling loads of corn in to the el- evator, climbing in and out of tSe wagon, ~itching the team, car- rying the double trees and hitch- ing up again---a continual round round of work until almost dark. Mr. and Mrs. Tel~ockhors~ ob- served their 31st wedding anni- versary on Sunday. Mrs, James S~halla returned t,~ her home on Friday after having spe~t the week in the home of Mrs Blanche Shalla, who was taken suddenly ill the Sunday be- fore. Monday. morning Jeanne said Personals About People You Know Rev. M. C. Carstensen,'pastor of 'First Bapist church of Mt. Pleas- ant, will be the guest preacher during a Religious Emphasis week at the Kalona Baptist church. Ser- vices will be held Sunday at 10:40 and 7:30 and each evening includ- ing Friday at 7:30. Children's ser- vices will be held each afternoon at 4:00. Everyone is most cordial- ly invited to attend and partici- pate in these gospel meetings. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Manatt of Iowa City visited the latters mother, Mrs. Nellie Edmondson: Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Strickler and Sherwood were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Striekler at the Pricess Cafe in Iowa City Monday evening. Hazel Dean spent Tuesday af- ternoon in Washingtm~. Mr. and Mrs. Will Schrock an~ Melvine Scroggens of Stuttgart, Arkansas; Mr. and Mrs. Foote and family, Mrs. Leroy Miller, Ralph, Grace and Mabel, were din- ner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Yodez. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Rogers and Mrs. M. V. Rogers sper~t Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Loren Long- well near Wellman. Guests Thanksgiving Day in the I. E. Grady home will ,be their daughter Mary C. Grady, and two friends, Josephine Neff of Penn. sylvania and Fritzie Waiters of Cheynne, Wyoming, students at the State U.niversity of Iowa. Lyle Drollinger of Mt. Vernon came home Monday evening to spend a couple days with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Drolling- er. Kate Gingerich was a supper g~est Sunday evening in the E. B. Hochstetler home. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Grady and Alfred were dinner guests Sun- day with Mrs. Anna Grady and Norms. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Swindell of Benton Harbor, Michigan vis- ited last week at the Dave Mar- her home. Clark Breneman was a dinner guest at the W. D. Brenneman home Monday. Mary C. Grady and Josephine Neff attended the Junior Class play last Friday evening, return- i~g to Iowa 'City Saturday morn- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rowe of Silvis, Ill. enjoyed a pheasant din- ner with the formers father, Geo. Rowe Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Floyd Ayres and family of Washington spent Sun- day at the L. L. Ayres home. Mrs. Aaron Spiceer and Mrs. Joe Erb will leave Friday to visit their sister Blanche Miller m Mmsouri. Robert Snyder, a student at Hesston, Kansas is spending his Thanksgiving vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Snyder. John S. Yoder has been ill with pneumonia at his home west of town. her mother was able and begin- ning to feel more like her cheer- ful self again. June Arlene Knotek, a student at the Iowa University spent the week end in the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knotek. CLOSING OUT SALE I I I 2 Mi~es north Of Crawfordsv~lle on 218. commencin at 11 a. m. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3 13--HEAD OF HORSES--13 Blue roan mare, $ years old, weight 2100; red roan horse, wt. 1980; sorrel roan mare, 5 yrs. old, wt. 1960; sorrel mare, 5 yrs. old, wt. 2000; sorreI mare, 4 yrs. old, w~. 1950; blue roan mare 3 yrs. old, wt. 1900; red roan colt, 2 yrs. old, wt. 1680; sorrel mare colt, 2 yrs. old, wt. 1~0~ sorrel roan mare colt, 2 yrs. old, wt. 1450; black mare, 9 yrs. old, wt. 1750; bay mare, 8 yrs. old, wt. 1850; bay horse, 7 yrs. old, wt. 1750; roan horse 6 yrs. old wt. 1700. These horses have bean shown at the County fairs and have taken a lot of first and second prizes and are the best lmmch o~ horses that have ever been sold in southeast Iowa. These horses are practically all sound and broke. '" 14--HEAD OF CATTLE--14 Jersey cow; 2 Brown Swiss cows; 2 spotted cows; Ce~ernsey heifer; black Jersey with calf by side; spotte~ heifer with calf by side; Jersey heifer,'2 years old; Brown Swiss heifer, 2 yrs. old; White face bull, 2 years old. Guernsey bull 10 too. old. OF 27 head of feeding hogs, wt. 100-200 pounds; ~5 head of gilts; Duroc boar. All hogs vaccinated. MACHINERY AN, D EQUIPMENT A.C. tractor on rubber, 6 years old, good shape; 2-bettom AC plow; 8-ft. AC disc; single row Woods corn picker, out two seasons; dump rake; side delivery,; sulky plow; 21-ft. harrow and cart; walking plOW; practicaliy new high wheel wagon, triple box; high weel wagon with boK; 2 riding cultivators; 8-ft. McCormick-Deerir, g binder; John Deers mower; John Deers planter; McCorm]c~-Deering seeder and other articles. S---HEAD OF SHROPSHIRE EWES.-5 ' 5@0 BALm CI~OVER HAY ' 800 BALES o'F STRAW W.J. Edger LOCAL NEWS Mrs. J. H. Wolfe of Iowa City spent the week end and the first part of this week with Mrs. U. G. Snider. Carolyn Fry of Davenport came home Wednesday evening for Thanksgiving vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Hershberger and family, Mr. and :Mrs. John Hershberger and Una Marie, Ar- lie Hershberger, a student at Hesston College; Fern Hereshber- ger and Luella Gingerich, student nurses of Iowa City were Sunday d~nner guests in the C. E. Hersh- berger home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sylvester vis- ited last Friday with Mrs. Mary Sylvester who has been quite ill. Mr. and ',Mrs. Frank Rhodes and little son John Calvin, J. C. Pres- ton and daughter, Mildred spent Friday in the Simon Miller home near Ankeny. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Miller ~nd sons called d,ur- ing the afternoon. Geo Eglin attended the funeral services for Jake Hartsock at Iowa City Tuesday. Mrs. S. D..Maiden of Iowa City called on Mrs. U. G. Snider Sun- day afternoon. Thursday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. V. Fry and family were Corp. Arlo ~Fry of San Luis Obispo, California; Mrs. Charles Semler and daughter Corrine of Bevler, Missouri; Mr. and Mrs. Chase Mil- lice and sons, James and Glen of 'Wellman; Mr. and Mrs. Prank Gingerich, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gingerich, Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Bigelow and Mrs. Eugene Way. _ L. T. L's Meet The November Loyal Temper- ance Legion meeting was held last Saturday afternoon in the home of Mary Hofer, with the president, Marilyn Strickler in charge. The devotional service appropriate to the Thanksgiving season were given using the 100th Psalm for the scripture lesso~. Vivian Hochstetler was the leader and the boys and girls gave stories from the Young Cru. sader. Mary Hofer presented the study course lesson entitled "Answers to Alcohol by the Doc- tor". Entertains Bridge Club Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Hochstetler entertained the Dinner Bridge ] MISCELLANEOUSI FOR SALE--Good Holstein bull calf, 6 months old. Glen Burk- holder/phone Kalona 22 on9. p6 PORTABLE GRINDIING Prompt efficient sarvi~ Phone 257, Kalona. MAYNARD C. REBER c52 PLEASE BRING THEM BACK~ We were kind enough to loan our well auger and pipe wrenches. Now we have that type of work to do and no tools. Hostetler & Plank, Kalona. c5 FOR SALE--Berkshire boar and bred gilts. Win. Zahs, Riverside, on oiled road north of Middleburg school, p5 FOR SALE--Shed at East Union church. L. O. Gingerich, Kalona c5 DEAD STOCK REMOVED Just call the Phillip's 66 Stat~ l~n, Kalona, for prompt service. Ed Wingler, Riversid~ FOR SALE ~ Alfalfa meal ground from choice 3zd crop al- falfa $1.25 per hundred, delivered in pickup loads. Ray Sojka, phone 53F22 Riverside. eewc / FOR SA~7 yearling Angus bulls: also 16 yearling heifers. Edward J. Murphy, Rt. 5 Iowa city. p5 FOR SALE--Crosley Shelvadur electric refrigerator. Good eondi- tion. Call News Office, c5 ,,, ~, ,, FOR SALE---Chester Whibe male hog, 1~ years old. Dennis J. Mil- ler, Rt. 1, Kalona. p5 WISCONSIN DAIRY FARMS 40, 8D, 160 acre farms. Well im- proved, some on rivers and lakes, good roads, close to schools. REAL BARGAINS. Cash or terms. Write !for information. Lee Martin, clo Ladysndth Agency, Inc., Lady- smith, Wisconsin. p9 FOR SALE---New fur robes, also [square horse blankets.~ Come in and see them. Yoder's Harness Shop. c5 WANTED TO BUY--A good ~trl for ~lush robe. Wm. E. Miller, Rt. 2, Riverside, Ia. eSi Club at their home Tuesday even-] ing. ] WANTED--Fam~ Following a delicious dinner[ironing. Mrs. Sam A. Yoder. p5 bridge was played at three tables[FOR SA~Wall ~e 'telep~onel with Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Grady re-[ ceiving the prize for high score ] H. V. Beck, phone 62. P5 FOR SALE--Saddle; good work harness, surrey with canopy top; 2 h.p. gas engine; 2 pair good as ~ew shaves; tongues, neck yokes and read cart. Paris Miller c5 FOR SALE--6 White Face calves, 4 steers, 2 heifers, wt. about 450 pounds. Wm. L. ~halla, phone 12 on 200 Kalona. p5 FOR SALE--30 New Hampshire White pullets, wormed and ready to lay. $1.40 each. Lewis M. Mil- ler, Riverside, Iowa Rt. 2 p5 ,, ,,,, ~ , , , ~ !F()R SALE---Smooth mouth sor- rel driving mare; 3 sorrel colts; Mare lady broke, single or double; suckling colt is saddle bred, year- ling and 2-year old colt are from ~Milt Brennemans Belgian stalllo, and are matched in size and color. Paul Benell, Kalona. c5 ; PatronlN the Advertisor and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Somm- ers the consolation prize. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Alt, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Walker and Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Knerr. ~O" ' ' Card Of Thanks I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreeiatio~ to my kind neighbors and friends who visited me and remembered me with letters, greeting cards and gifts during my recent illness. Anna J. Yoder o-- Card Of Thanks I wish to take this means of ex- pressing my sincere thanks and appreciation for the many cards sent to me 'on my birthday, Nov- ember 8. David D. Miller, Sr. Sunday~First mass 8 Second mass 10 o'clock Holy Days, mass 6 and 8 The Union Prayer service be held next Wednesday at 9:30 o'clock with Mrs. S. Peterson. SHARON CENTER EVANGELICAL CH! Rev. W. F. Ellerbeck, Sunday school at i0 o'clock Morning worship at 11 Christian endeavor at 8 p. SHARON METHODIST Stuart C. Peterson, Pastor Morning worship service 8:45 a. m. Sunday school service at a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Ada Marie Hillis, Minister 9:45 Sunday School. This Missionary Sunday. 10:40 Rev. M. C. C Mt. Pleasant will bring the sage and also at 7:30. Come ~)ring your friends and let enjoy this week together with fine, warm-hearted gospel er. Children's meetings will be each day at 4:00. Services day at 4:00. Services each irtg at 7:30. THE METHODIST Stuart C. Petorson, Pastor Sunday School at I0 A. M. Morning Worship service Methodist Youth meeting at this church at 7:1 p. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST S~ndsy school 10 a. m. Communion service, at 11 a. Preaching by Rev. Stanley hannah of North English. The ladies of the church will serve Missionary Day Sunday an offering will be taken for siena. I THEATRE WELLMAN . NOVEMBER 27" and 28 ADVENTURES OF Martin Eden Glenn Ford and Claire NOVEMBER 29 and 30 Blood and Sand Power, Linda DECEMBER I, 2 and 3 Bahama Passage With, Madeleine Carroll and Sterling 8undsy Mati~e"2~ Ad~ 10 smd For Autumn's still recurring yield Of nature's wealth, in woods and field; For all the bounties safely stored In ample bins--a hvish hoard; For homes that still, by faith and prayer, Reveal Thy spirit dwelling there; For souls that still light altar fires In loyalty to reverent sires-- We thank thee.