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TH]~ KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, November 26, 1942 Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Spark~, Rus-] Lois Yoder, who teaches school sell and Owendolyn of MaxwellI at Rolfe, will ~pend her Thanks- Lad D. T. Beck of Iowa City were~ giving vacation at the home of guests in the H. V. Beck homeI her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Sunday. , i Yoder. i L m i i i , , J Unfinished Furniture I imeue . i 4,-- Buy now while our line is complete DESKS . . CHAIRS . . TABLES . . BEDS BREAKFAST SETS . . DRESSING TABLES CORNER CUPBOARDS Buy it unfinished and paint, stain, varnish to suit your taste. & -- SEE OUR LINE OF FLOOR LAMPS -- .... i ! SNAIl HARDWARE CO. Our earl~ buying has given us a very complete line of Gift Good~ which is being placed on dis- pla~' for your inspection--Make your choice early as many items cannot be replaced. --&-- ROSEVILLE POTTERY HALLMARK CHRISTMAS CARDS AND WRAPPINGS SHEAFFER FOUNTAIN PENS EVENING IN PARIS AND COTY PERFUMES AND SETS EASTMAN KODAKS SYMPHONY LAWN WRITING PAPERS BEAUTIFUL, NOVELTIES ROGERS DRUG STORE PHON]D 41 KALONA Better HOGS Q Unless are well housed they cannot profit they should. market a larger portion of you want your pigs to thrive-- them ~ith dry, clean, warm quarters plenty of sunshine. Ask the Eclipse for , sanitary, hog house plans--no obliga- ition. An Eclipse Brooder House for pigs and chickens will make money for you. Local News ~Mrs. R. Snider, Mrs. A. B. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Fisher of Washington visited Mrs. Ella Plank Monday afternoon. M~s. Blanche Brown of Iowa City spent a couple days this week in the Isaiah P. Yoder home. Mr. and ,Mrs. E. P. Kinsinger left Sunday fo~ Los Angeles, CaN ifornia where they will make their f~ture home. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Gingerich visited relatives in Mt. Pleasant Saturday. Dinner guests at the John H. Spans home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Speas and family, Raymond and Marvin Yotty. Mr. gnd Mrs. H. A. Swartzend- ruber and Mr. and Mrs. Gall Swartzendruber were Sunday din- ner guests in the Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Swart~endruber home. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Slabaugh called on Mrs. Alice Eimen Mon- day afternoon. Dinner:guests Sunday in the Sam W. Miller and Roy R. Miller home were Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Yo- der, Mr. and Mrs. Enos Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob A. Slabaugh and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon S. Yoder and Clarence and Mr. and Mrs. John Yoder and Larry. Dinner guests with Mrs. Ella Plank Sunday were Louis Hocl~- stedler and daughters, Mrs. Em- ily Miller and ~Mrs. C. C. Miller. Gerald Tests went to Gary, Ind. last week to visit relatives. Mrs. Teets who had been visiting there, returned home with him on Sunday evening. They enjoyed a visit with Mrs. Tests' brother, a paratropper, who was home on a furlough from Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. O Riduno Paul Welts, Mrs. Roy Kallous and Mary Catherine and Eileen ~ra~bala visited .Sunday in Dav- enport with Norman Kallous. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lintz and Richard visited Sunday at the Frank Lintz home. Pvt. Charles Jirsa of Camp Barkeley, Texas, is visiting at the Chas. Jiraa Sr. home. Pvt. Win. Stumpf of 'Ft. Leon. ard Wood, Missouri spent from Friday until Sunday with his father, Geo. Stumpf. On Friday evening several ladies made a comforter for the soldiers at the Mrs. Win. Chapek home. Kalona School w.c.T.v. oests News Notes The ladies of the local Woman's Christian Temperance Union held SENIOR NEWS Why was it that Mr. (~u~her had to stop after he had taken a certain senior boy's picture last week? Did you really break the camera, Saforek ? This week we came to school and found that Mr. Quam had gone to the army, and suhstit~.- ring for him we now have the for- mer seventh and eighth grade teacher, Mr. Morrison. teaching bookkeeping, shorthand and phys- ical training. "Hosty", why were you feel- ing so good after the skating par- ty Friday? It couldn't have had anything to do with a certain jun- ior girl, namely Jane K., could it ? The freshmen girls gave their annual tea for "Book Week" this week. The book review of "Get Thee Behind Mee" was given by Mr. Wittrig and proved to be interesting. The freshmen girls are to be ~ongratulated for their good work on the tea. o JUNIOR JAYS their annual guest day meeting at the Methodisv cht~rch Tuesday, .November 24 with eleven mem- bers and nine guests attending. A 1 o'clock luncheon was serv- ed in the church parlors by Mrs. R. H. Peterseim, Mrs. Rufus Gin- gerich and Mrs. Stuart Peterson after which the group went to the auditorium where the following program was given with Mrs. Ads Hillis in charge; Devotionals, led by Mrs. Peterson, who commented on the Scripture lesson chosen frfom the 92rid Psalm in keeping with the Thanksgiving season and Thanksgiving prayers were offer- ed; Vocal solo, "When the Heart with Joy O'erflowing", Mrs. J. S .Michum; White Ribbon Recruit Service, conducted by Mrs. Hillis, she also read the State President's letter; High lights of the National convention address given at Birm- ingham, Alabama by the National President, Ida Smith, were given by Mary Hofer. After a short talk about WCTU work, by the local president, the meeting closed with the Benedic- tion. By the looks of some of the characters in the play there has ready. been too much choir singing? ? ? Looking t~round the room we How can Jean M. be so calm see: Elaine telling Dick C. some- and Mary C. so nervous and pale? thing important; Shirley W. talk- Jane so excited about the char- ing to Bob B. as usual and Fran- acter playing opposite her namely ces laughing at Sherwood, but of Junior (Tbo bad we don't have course Monroe is studing. "Hosty" in oua" class) We wonder why Bobby Jane 'r We e just holding our breath had her knee skinned. about Ruth Ann, just so those Listen Sue you'd better pick on giggles won't spoil everything, somebody your own~ size. How For Kate who won't get excited about it Bart ? ? ? ? ? until tonight. Cal never says much but can do a lot to affect people's nerves. Alfred Dean, seen going down the street with a rocking chair on his head. Ilene, this is a bad time to lose your voice just before the play. Daniel acting the same as he al- ways does. Paul trying to calm his nerves on the piano. "POOR' piano. Mr. Wittrig carrying a footstool around, something to rest his feet on or maybe to hold his head. Joe C. suffering with neck stiffness. Aunt Mat must have an affect on you. We are positive, although these reactions are puzzling, the play will he a success. Common sights seen: Gail copying his English note- book Scott dreaming of his center Sunday Roy. W. Boeckman had as his gusts, his mother, brother position in basketball. and sisters of Davenport and a Jerome conversing with Schenk. sister of Cedar Rapids with members of their families at a family reunion. Pvt. Charles Whetstine of Camp Blanding, Florida visited week with his parents, Mr. ,Mrs. C. Whetstine. Mr. and Mrs. AI Sharp and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sharp and sons ~$ere dinner guests at the Win. L. Schenk with his eye on Bobby Jane. R. Shalla v~ewing football play~ m~st be getting ready for next y~ar. Shorty studying ,up oa Engli~. Leo running for a typewriter. Cleo looking northeast at the brunette--not mentioning names. Freda, you shouldn't have such Shalla home Sunday. vicious dogs around your place or On Thursday, Mrs. G~lara Fish- you'll have to have your escort er entertained the members of carry life insurance. How about it the H. J, club. A lesson on "Con- Ehrenfelt? ~urice was heard singing "I servation of the Family Ward- left my heart at the stage door robe" was given by Mrs. Dewey canteen" Weeks and Mrs. Merrit Rei~er. ~ Leona is pitied by all for being very nice lunch was served by the hostess to twelve members four guest~, Pvt. Cletus Kern of Texas cam~ home Monday for a visit at the A. W. Kern home. e. NOTICE OF PRO~BAT~ OF WILL Washington, Cou-~t~) State of Iowa ) se" 4 IN DISTRICT COURT No. 7701. prompter for the play. --Marie S. & Bette M. -o-- SOPHOMORE NEWS Well, another six weeks is gone. In world history we have been studying the fall of Rome and the migration of the nations. In geometry the class has been divided into two parts. We think we are getting more out of it since we are divided into two dif- ferent classes. The first group is studying about parallel and per- TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. perpendicular lines: CERN: In English we have been read- " ing "The Tale of Two Cities." YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- In Home Ec we are still sewing FIED, That an instrument of Mary G. was the first to complete writing purporting to be the lut her project, it was a skirt. Neia Will and Testament of U. G. Ann second, Virgins Hochstet~er Snider, deceased, dated Septem-third. and Helen Ay~es fourth. ~, 1942, having hee~ ~ day They'all made skirts. They are filed, opened and read, Wedn~- very pretty. day, the 2nd day of ~December, In Biology we are studying 1942 is fixed for hcarin~ proof of about the different classification same at the Court House in Wash. of Phylums. ington, Iowa, before the I)t~ct V. Hack Court of said CO~ntT or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9:00 o'clock FRES~IMAN NEWS A, M. of the day above mention- The end of another six weeks. ed, all person~ interested are hereby notified and required to Doesn't time fly_? We have been studying about appear, and show cause, if any they have why said many interesting things in gener- should not be probated and allow- al science this six weeks. About ed am and for the huff; Will and our bodies and how to keep them Testament of said d~ceaHd. By in good condition. Order of R. R. Noomm, Clerk of In algebra we had a test. We the District Court. hope they turn out to be good. The girls were very busy this Dated at Wuhin&~n, Iowa, Week planning for the tea. It November 19, 1942. turned out better than we thought R,R. NOONAN, it would. We hope everyone en- Clel~ of The District Court, Joyed it u we did getting it Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hochstetler were Mr. and Mrs. Charley Wertz, Mrs. Fern Whetstone and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Logan and children.' Mr. and Mrs. Stanley were dinner guests in the Slabaugh home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry sky and Barbara Kay spent urday in Cedar Rapids. COFFEE BREWER ~,AUI~ to be odmired.., wonderful coffee to be en- joyed thrice dallyl Rich-looking, platinum striped glass, crysta| clear. Complate equipmenh safety stand for top section, hinged decanter cover, han4y coffee measure and magic CORY Grass Filter ROD. A Marvelous @li~ CUP SIZE DEALER'S NAME THE CORY Glass Filter No Cloth. No Paper. Hooks. No Metal All Flltersd tea. Fits most glass coffee makers. Get one for HOSTETLER & PLANK Phone 60 -- "HARDWARE-IMPLEMENTS" Buy What You Need WE HAVE BEEN HOLDING UP OUR STOCK AS COMPLETE AS IS POSSIBLE FOR US TO DO AND NOW EVEN THE GOVERN- MENT WANTS YOU TO BUY NOT MORE THAN YOU NEED AND BUY IT AS NEAR HOME AS POSSIBLE . . . Trade At Home'. Save--Gasoline! Tires ! Time! and Money! We appreciate your bus- iness and now d~ring the Thanksgiving and CHristmas season we are thankful for the privilege of serving you. Buy Better Merchandise IT ALWAYS SHIRTS Tl~e Mack Shapley dress shirt. PAYS TO BUY DEPENDABLE QUALITY-- Munslng~vear for every member of the family. Brody, Gordon and Big Smith Winter Garments Red Wing, Star Brand Shoes. Goodrich rubber footwear. E. J. HESSELSCHWERDT FARMERS Are You At "War Time" Strength? Are you in the kind of financial shape which allows you full pro- duction in the "food for freedom" campaign? Are you in financial shape to take full advantage of present high prices for crops and livestock ? 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