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YULE LOG STORY and bright that Yule Log burns night. The Yule Log's beginning centuries back. It is also generally that the traditional burning of the Yule handed down to Scandinavian countries countries. feast of Winter Solstice was the kindling of huge bonfires to the In England the Yule Log was burned great noise and song. e'er Wesh water and chemicals can rust the your car. The dO-it-yourself car wash to wash and clean your car. Wash is easy to operate. The building for your convenience. Non-detergent warm water are used under pressure. for Car Wash operation are on the wall. ANNUAL ROTARY CHRISTMAS DINNER The Kalor~a l~o, tary Club held its annt~al Christmas dinner Tue,sd, ay, December 20 in rthe community roo,m af ~he Farmers Savings Bank. Rots:r iS,ha present were Del- mar Schlaba~ugh, T h o m a s Miller, Dr. D. G. Sattler, Ray- mond Yotty, A. A. Jackson, Feral E. Sko~a, Ray Schvepfer, Duane E. Yoder, L. B. Grlf- f'ith:s, D. G. Yoder, Joe: Chody, Dr. David Oon~el.1, A. J. Hab- erman, Leroy l~iHer, H. V. Beck, Earl Fry, Vernon ~artz- ~er, Dr. P.aul ~Y~cA~d're~r, I. E. Grady, Dr. C. W. Beckman, Rev. Lowell Drake, Steve Reif, Dr. J. R. Bissl~nd, P~ul SwazLk, Had an S~ubbs, Rev. John Woo~in, H. E. Peterseim, Lo- gan Re~f, Vernon Stagner. Guest Ro~ar~ans ~e~e Dr. F. H. Top, Dr. L. W. Knapp, M. Florey, Toppan Johvk~on. Guests included: EI~m Christner, Henry h$iller, Jeff Gin@erich, M a h 1 o n Schla- baugh, J,o.el Yoder, Lemis D. Y.o.der, Dean Feld,n~an, Dudley Allen, Lloyd Stagner, Ben Gin,gerich, D. J. Fisher, VernI MANY RACES Moore, win. Schl, evtter, John Martin, iV~ahlon Sw~rtzendru- bet, A1 ,Selemer~t, Ed Brenne-CONTRIBUTE I mLan, E:l~ Yoder, Enos Kauff- DECORATING CUSTOMS i man, H. A. Sw~rt~endruber, 1 Andrew Yoder, Henry H. Mil-I ler, Edd~ie N~iffenegger, Ed i Swartzendruber, Harry Grout, John Ben,ell, Guy Feldman, W~I.1 S. ~uengerich, Emery Kempf, C h a s. Hawthorne George V. Fry, An4re~v Dutt- l~nger, John McOarty, &eorge Beck, Ike Meyer, l~oy Rens- berger, RoHand Kaznmeier Merle Kal~a~s, Howard Duvall A~t Yodel ~uftts Glngerich, Joe Gr~agey, Alva ~Y~tller, R. H. Pe~erseim, David Ripley and Jun~j.l Hara, Izenmo City, J~pan. Christmas in Sweden is actually the celebration of St. Lucia ~ and held on December 13th. On this day the oldest girl in each fam- ily rises early, dons a long white dress and crowns her- self with lighted candles. Then she wakes the family and serves coffee and cake. vvvvvvvvv vvvvvvvvvN OSING OUT SALE !e than:: ~lgdhwm~ flrom ~ :illesh:~duth :lf~i:wgactit;a~: hti~Yfal?olnOcated 9 miles north of Friday, January 6, 1967 ! . Sale Starts at 10:30 A. M. Sharp 4 A 72 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK M A C H I N E RY --~q r oTi ;wer 1 Bl::kk, C~v~Sit:~:cUerebre~ pasture bred ~ryFerd31pC:~!!taCii6If{n~:e2replWn~:; 41 Hereford cow w~[hr ;e~l~tf 4a:cti~n~tic~isMs ~rWwUlt~" 41 Black White Face heifers section Oliver harrow; IHC 8-ft. tandem disc; Black White Face steers Ewes will lamb in February. weight about 100 lbs. HAY, STRAW, GRAIN bales hay, more or less, alfalfa-clover, alfalfa-orchard mixed 25 bales stra~w, more or less bushel corn, more or less ~00 BUSHEL BEANS, more or less In Sweden, the living- room door is locked the day before Christmas, so nO one can peek while the tree is being decorated. After a Christmas Eve feast, the door is opened to reveal a beautifully adorned tree 'with candles. On it and at its base are pretty packages of intricate shapes and sizes. In Norway, the Julenisse leaves gifts after the hearty Christmas eve meal of spe- cial holiday dishes. The children must leave some- thing for the Julenisse to eat and there is a special Christmas tree set out for the hird~. In Poland and Hungary, the first star must appear in the heavens Christmas Eve, before dinner can be served. After dinner, the family gathers around the Christ- mas tree; a prayer is said, 'carols sung and the pack- ages opened. For S.w~:ss children, it ~s the Chnskindli angel who comes driving six reindeer with a toy-filled sleigh to load the Chrmtmas tree. While familiar carols are sung, the world- famed Swiss bells add their music to the sno .wy scene. In L~bena palm trees are used as Christmas trees and such simple things as beads, soap and dress material FURNITURE set with 4 chairs; dining room with leaves, buffet and 6 chairs; green . and chair; green upholstered 'brown leather chair; cedar book case; 9x12 rugs, one With pad; 2 blond end -~s;6 la~ps; lawn matching glider and ; 3 stands; chase lounge; desk an@ chair; complete; cedar chest; folding table; pb0ard; typewriter stand; single w~a,lnut bed; 12 gauge pump shot- like new; Hoover sweeperwith attach- ~ts, tank type. ANTIQUES combl Chin'~ cupboard-bookcase ; library table; Victor Victrola with ; unusual chest of drawers; steamer LIKE FATHER...LIKE SON A In Iedand, shrub branch- John Deere 12-A PTO combine, also J.D: motor for combine; M-Ward wagon with box and hoist; M-Ward wagon and box; New Hol- land baler 66; New Holland mower, Pitman- less 450, like new; Oliver rake, 4-bar; 40-ft. Sam Mulky elevator with 7 h.p. e~gine; Helix auger wagon with mixing auger; Gehl 10-in. hammer mill, PTO; IHC No. 200 ma~ure spreader; IHC endgate seeder; Letts burr mill, PT0; Ford 7-ft. combine, auger type. 1966 Ton CHEVROLET PICKUP, LESS es are tied to a stake to cre- ate a Christmas tree and it is the Jola-Sveinar (nine good-natured goblins) who some down from their mountain workshop each Christmas to leave toys for all the children. And when the makeshift tree is light- ed, the family sings carols with as much Christm.as spirit as will be found m 36 THAN 300 MILES q l ~. ~d ~. ~e~y 1950 Chevrolet 4-door car, motor good con& __ ~1an~ ~~==* =~ s=- Upright MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT _-,~.4~Y~~~ ~, ,:x~ ~,-,~er a~d Cattle bur~k ;3 sheep bunks ;3 sheep hay feed~ 41fam:uy' 0nly $~,,,,sm.. rear end blade for Ford; heavy durst 2-wheel trail- er with 4x8 box; 300 gal. gas tank and stand; Pride of the Farm 60 bu. hog feeder; Pride f the Farm 20 bu" hg feeder; Pride f the ~t ~'~ l~ -~" " Model Farm 10 bu. creep feeder; 7x12 hog house; 7x18 hog house; Sears 20-in. chain saw; Toro mower, 20-in. ; Swisher rider mower, 32-inch,HOO R front wheel drive, like new; Garden Mark 4 Polisher-Scrubber garden rotary tiller; electri~ fencer; two i~ h.p. motors; ]/'2 h.p. motor; 6-in. table saw; 18-ira jig saw; 10-in. Walker Turner table saw, ~.,o~, The earnest' way to beautify 33x44_in. top; ~/~ in. Skil drill; 5.in, heavy ~ == oum._ ever seen----.. duty vice; wood lathe, 28-in. between centers; many other good shop tools; 40-ft. extension 0nly $71'95 ladder; 28-ft. extension ladder; 20-ft. straight , gravy boat, 2 vegetable dqshes, 3 plat- creamer, in A-1 condition. :30 o'clock. Yoder and Chet Miller, Auctioneers Floors you have ever seen... ; brass bed complete with double rollers; doll buggy; childs rocker; antique ladder' 10-ft. straight ladder; 14-ft. straight va e from over a ...... ...... Holland" 1734 German, Bible and. HOOVER andious German books, 1823 Lotsdam 41 oader gu~; all types of baskets; pic- ,,u~,~.-----,,,,,~v ,~ ~ -~.~,,~, ~ ] nes; iron kettles; crocks; sleigh bells; 3 electric razors, one new; heating pad; bed- ~] jugs; 12 place setting of THEOOORE d~ng, linens; mirrors; drapes; curtans; throw ,I ~ ~" "~" "N" j~]~"~6~ ~t ND LUMOGES (Pomona) CHINA rugs; Sunbeam electric coffee maker; Sun- ~1 bAb -oo" avy boat, 2 vegetable d~shes, 3 plat- beam steam iron; clocks, lots of other items ~1 der~Chet too numerous to list. ~1 ~i~l~ ~" qlfll ~~~i~ii ~0 are many good clean items to sell. Be on time as the sale will start promptly at 4/ )'clock. Household goods will be sold first. 4J ~;.~;: ai and Mdler, Auctioneers Washington State Bank, Clerk ~1] t, FIIB r e : Cash Lunch on Grounds Not responmble in case of acczden_~t~l/ ~l:0;~m,pd,~.~., Robert Schantz, Owner 4 : -- - - - -.. - Tell Your Merchant You Saw His Advertising ! i