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i. THE KAI~NA NEWS, THURSDAY, DECEMBI~R 22, 1966 RELAX--AND ENJOY THEM! HOW LONG IS A MINUTE ? Yes, how long is a minute--when you are waiting for the school bus to load its passen- gers---or to discharge them. How long is a minute--when you are asked to stop by'a youngster on school traffic control to let pupils cross at the cross-walk. How long is a minute--when you need it to stop when youngsters are chasing each other from sidewalk to street and back again in the distance? How long is a minute when you have the urge to drive faster to make up for those min- utes you lost ? Yes, how long is a minute when you cut out of line into the path of another car. The minute can be just as long as you make it. It can assure you, and the youngsters tra- veling to and fro from school on time--safe time. Or the minute you lose--~an be multiplied hundred times over--waiting in the Emergency ward--for the results of the accident resulting from being a minute too late. How long is your minute? O.E.S. OFFICERS ELECTED Election of officers was held Tu, esd~y evening, when Naomi Chapter No. 185 Ordm" of Eastern Star, met in a stated meeting at the Ma- sonic hall. Mrs. P0aymond Yotty pre~kled as ~orthy ma- tron, and ~e ~nd other mem- bers reported on Grand Chap- ter, w~c~ ~ey r~ad e~t~nded. Officers c~se~ for the com- ing Fear ineta~ded: Mrs. Ern- est Lurid, worthy matxon; I~wrenee Orif~th% worthy patron; Mrs. M. B. Eh~ertfel~ Jr., azsocla~ matron; Stanley Mouser, assoatate patron; Mrs. H. V. Beck, secretary; lVlrs. D. G. ~att~er, treasurer; MrS. H. E. Peterseirn, con- ductress; Mrs. L~wrence Orlf- fiths, asSoci~e conductxe6s. Plans were made ,to have i,~tion of officers Satur- day, J,~nuary 7, with a 6:30' o'clock dlrmer, l~eCeding the seating of the ~ew officers. The dln~er committee wil~ l~ncl, ude: Mrs. H. E. Peterseim, Mm. Vernon Stagner Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Tweeton; ~ables .and decorations, Mrs. H. V. Beck, Mrs. Oriffi+A~s, Mrs. CHfford ~rt~l~ end Mrs. Vel- n~ Way; gifts, Mrs. C. W. Beckman. A social, hour fol~wd the meeting and ~he comn~btee was Dr. and Mrs. Tweeton, Mrs. ~ K~tmmeler, Mrs. Ivan Art and Mrs. M. B. Ehr- enfelt Jr. My Neighbors ;l "Try ~o relax.,." Lo l News Mr. and Mrs. l%aymond En- field ~ fan21y of Wa~Ang- ton; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Way were ~he Tuesday evem- ir~g guests of Judy Er~fie~d Mrs. Velma Splcher enter- rained her S~anley unit deal- ers at a pre-Chr~tma~ dLrmer ,txt her ,home, and those shar- ing ~the holiday courte~] were Mrs. C. R. Beckley ar~ff Cathy, of Koruna; ,Mrs. ~ Her- r~ck and Mrs Koe~a Adams o Delta; Mrs. Shirley H~h- berger of South English and M~. Sybil Goody of I o~a City. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Peter- seim ~ere pre-hotlday guests, Sunday, in ~e Robert Top- ping home ~n Sumner. Leonard Shetler was a Sun- day guest of Dar~n Swavtz- er~irUber in the FAII~ S~rartz- endrubor horace, w~h~le Loren S~.artzendruber was ~e guest of David Sl~bach in l~le Ed~m Slabac~ home. Mrs. Ruth Gesa, e~l and Mrs. C~'tels~ Meming of Iowa City were Saturday afternoo~ vls- i'tors wi~h Dr. and: .Mrs. B~a~ry J. Fry, Rnff Monday, Mr. ~nd Mrs. Ear~ Fry of Iowa Ctlty called in ~2te Fry home. Janet Kal,~aus end Roth of Riverside left ~xl~y, Thumday ~or ~~'~ vial% frtends and relatives. They w~t be gune about t~o weeks. Mrs. Velma Splc~e~ and Irma Glngerlch entertained re:l~t~ves ~t a pre-~ c~inner in their 'home Sunday evening, irmluding Mr. and Mrs. Wiliard C~tn~e~ich of Cor~lvfile; Mr. and Mrs. Ron- aid Spicher and fan~AIy, v ~of l~ivemlde; Mr. and M~. Leren Spicher ~nd family of Iow~ City; and ,Mr. and Mrs. R~y- mend Spicier and family. Mar~in', son of Mr. an~ Mrs. Rudy ~, was a ~urglca~ patterer at ~e Mercy hospl~tal los% week. __ Methodist Church Service The Christmas W o r s h ~ p Services at the Sharon Meth- odist church will be hekl on Christrna~ Eve. Some mem- bers of the church are pre- paring special mttsic to go along with the congrege?~ion- al xingir~g. After a shor~ medi~ation @11 p r o f e s s i n g Christians wil$ be invited to receive H o 1 y CommurAon. Everyone present ~ho would be a 1,tgh% for Christ in .the world will be invited to ligh% I his candle ,from ,the altar and depart .in ,p~ce. There will De no Worship service at aileron on Christ-i m a~ Day. Chritmas Day Servfces w~l~ i be held a~t the Ka~r~a Met ho- i dist church at 10:30, a.m. this : Sunday fol:lowing c h u r c h ,~ch,0ol. Special music will be i furn~'h.ed by the J,ur2or choir. :Roy. Drake ~tR preach on }'The Hope of The World'. ~ Both churches will observe Student Recognition I~ay on Sunday, January 1. The p~b- lic i~ ~n~ited' to attend all or ~ny of these services. i STUDENT TRAINING i Cletus ~n has accept-i ed employment with EngLL~hI l~iver l~ellets, Inc. as l~rti of his ,training in .the 'Feed .ar~ Fert~14zer 'Z~arketing' pro- gram af.fered by Mus~In~ C~mmun~ty Co 'tlege. KI,~ w~.~l be under the supervision of ~ dw ~ n J. HerShDergex, ERP manager, while ,there ~nd wi,,ll ~so re- ceive periodic supervision by an instructor of ~he coRege. He is a gr@du~te of .the Pome- my 1~_gh school. The vuca~n~- teehnlca~ program provides ~ng for yo,ung men ~nterested in oc- cupeMons concerned w I t h feed, fertilizer, groan, seed and agricultural chemleal in- d tmtxies. GLOWS Foa SAFrr A newly develope~ phos- phorescent fabrlcglows t~ the !dark for 10 to 12 hours after being activated for short pe- viods by natural or art~Ec~al, 14ght, Reeves BrcCher~, Inc., of New York City announced. It is made of tou~h indastmial n.y~on and is coated with a phosplmrescen.t - pigmented vinyl. The fabric, ca~led Reeve~- glo .l~s al~ady foun~ agpl~- ~ation i~ ~ safety field for warning fl~gs. Other use~ in- ~lude, night vests for traffic c o n t r o t oHtcers, airplane gruund cre~s, ut~llty men, motor and ~icycRsts ~nd others who ~vark or travel in hazardmm ~rn~- dark sur- roundings. E~t~ng a bird-~e break- fast or sl~pping t~e whole meal ~s a poor ~vay ~o try to l keep your welght %tnder corn- " [ ASSESSING-- Pleasantwew -- I Woodburn, Fred Bey, John ~even.teen men residents of lSowash; Team 5, Alvin Jones, Pl~a~antview and .~he super- Noah O. Widmer, Claude Mc- "mtendent enjoyed d~nrmr on Tuesd~7 as gues~ of the Ro- tary Club. A chorus from .the M2d- Prairie junior high school un- der the dlrec,tio~ of Roger Tu.ttle gave a musical pro- gram at P1easantview this mo~ing, Thursday, Decem- ber 22. ~unr~yside Conse r v a t i v e church had charge of Sunday services Morris Swartzen~ drt~ber g~ve the sermon and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sl~bach helped in .the ldtchen. Joye N~ffenegger remain~ a medical patient in Mercy h0s- pl.tal. Dr. Fred Darley, Chotly and Susan, .Rochester, Minn. vls- i'ted with Fred F Durley Sa,t- urday. Herman Z~nunerli returned from Mercy hospital Frilay noon. ~Mr. and Mrs. Titus Schrock, Des M~ines, called on Ada Yoder Sunday. Fred Pi,tz of Middle, Io~a ca~led on Dv~ D~ckel' Sunday afternoon. Visitors of Maxy Prlbyl dur- lng ,the past week Included: Mr. a~d Mrs. Wilbur Prtbyl; Roscoe Kolo~iek; Mrs. Car~e Kok~iek and EmPty, Iowa City; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kno- tek, WaShington; end Harry ~ky. Monday ca21ers of Carrie Brown were Mrs, K. E. Wilcox, Muscat~ne and Mrs. Ctwtis, Lotto Tree. TuesdRy visitors of Mrs. Arthur Henry were Mrs. Ula M. Pegram and Mrs. EHen Schooler of Cartlsle. Pleasan~vie~ ks ~ busy place now wlth carol~m and v~it- ors v~i,th packages, also flow- ers from t~he florist. George Preyder, our I01 Fear old man ha~Ing dlffl- eu~ty with one of h~s .legs and goes about ~n a wheel chair. ' Callers of Mrs. Emma Hofer the pa~ week v~ere Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hofer and Nan- cy, Mrs Joe Slz~ek, Miss Phae Keemle, ~Iowa C~,ty; Polly Diekman, Irma Sass, Stel~ Clear and Ha~ Yoder. Our th~nks also for all the good ~ings lef~ tn our k~tchen during ,the ~ season. Ard~s V. Phelps, Victor, Ia.,~ed on George Beck on; Wednesday. A new resider~t of P~asant- view since Wednesday is Joe O'Leary of Iowa City. trol, say nutri%ton~ts of the U~. Departm'en~ of Agricul- ture. It's a far better ph~ ,to eat a good breakfa~ and learn enough calorie artthe- n~e .t~c ~o even out your day's calorie quota o v e r meal~. Fra.k #mme.ts GREETINS: Again we come to the season when we celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus, and hang the calendars of another year on our walls. It doesn't seem possible that it is that time already, the years seem to get away faster than they used to, and this is ou~ 29th year in the seed business These years have brought many changes in our farming! methods and todays practices, require more of both merchan- dise and services from firms llke ours. We endeavor to keep ~breast of the times ir~ providing this service, and the past year.represents'the great- est expansion of facilities here yet, as workraen complete the installation of automatie weigh ins and bagging equipment for oats and soybean seed in our new processing building. We realize that these new facilities, in fact everything connected with our business, is made possible entirely by the loyal support over the years of our many customers, and we continue to strive at all times to gi'v~ you the best of our. ability, both in providing you with the things you require in your farming operations, as well as doing our .part in a~l community activities which we feel worthy of our support, an~ that will make our world a bet- ter place for all of us and fu- ture generations to live in. We wish to thank all of you for making 1966 the greatest year we have ever had and ta wish you all the joys of tho Holiday ,Season. Sue, Bob and ,baby Kim are back home from California for the Holidays, which has bright- ened things considerably here for Ruth and I. As ever, IFRANK PATTERSON SEED AND SUPPLY 4~ miles south of Kalona on No. 1 Phone OL 84415 COy. It is suggested that the north.wes~t quarter of the township appear on the ist assessing day, the northeast quarter the 2rid, .the south- west qu, arter the 3rd, and ~he southeast quarter the 4th day, exce~ng Marion Township. All residents of the County, with twu ex, ception~, will have to report to their" assigned sta,~ion. The two exceptions will be for axlv.anced ~ge or illness. If you. are wlthin these two groups, notify the Assessing Team in your areu, by mail or phone, and a ~ield- man will be sent to your home sometime during the @econd week of February. Each resid.ent must bring with them the completed form or forms, mailed to yoa during the last week of De- cember. All busineas forms will be deRvered or mailed to each business. These forms must ,be compleVed a~d re- turned to the Assessor's Office by February 15th. The Home- stead and Veterans Exemption App~cation~ will be with each ,team. A husband or wife may stgn either or both. If it is a Veteran~ Exemption Application for ~he husband, the wife may s~gn the hus- bands name as' Claimant and .then her name. Example: John Jones, CAa2m_a~t by Mary Jones, Wife Bither ~he h.usband or w~fe may sgn the Home~tead Ap- plication. Please forward any ques- tions .to ,the Washingbon County Asseasor's 0 f f i c e, Washington, Iowa. Holiday Dinner Mr. and Mrs Logan Reif were host ~nd hoste~ at ~v holiday c~inner, Sur~day, at the Ur~iversi,ty Athtetic,~,~ Club in Iowa City, ~or persormel of, Reif'~ Inc., and their families. Those ~included .in the d~nner- party .were Lelfe~a Hosteler, Mr. and Mrs, Laurence ~ran- sky, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Bon- trager, Mrs Myvbl,e Mercer l and Rodney, Mr. and Mrs John J. Yoder, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Boyd and' famlly, Mr. By Mrs. FAdon e~ of a r~ec~v Paul to C'ed~r I~0rne for tion are Larry Iowa City; /ira Tom Bailey I~k Ra~ey and Eft,lie Frank Moines. Pet. James cline.d by one-half aince 1930. Unle~ the trend is' reversed, the Ur~ited States may actual- ly be confronted w~th a ~ort- age of food and fl, ber produc- tion where once it was a nu- ~ion of surpluses,." for C~hris~ma~ and Mrs. Cecil Christ~er a~d f ..... F,t Lewis, amity, Mr. and Mrs. ~eve he'is t~k~n- IEs R eif, Lydia Ropp, Mr. and ; ~ ' g Mrs. George W. Yoder and aerate. . .... s family, Junji Hara and Dougl mr. ana ~.~. Reif were iowa City day. Mr. and Mrs. FARM WAGES--In speak:ing~ i of Detroit Mich of minimum wage proposals, Mrs. Ross Sen. Strom Thurmond (R.- I dron, Nebraska S.C.) sa~d, "The imposition of : the parer~ta, l vcage and hour controls on agriculture ,wi.ll cause a fur-i There w~11 be ~ber decrease in the number !s'ervi'cesat thee , odist church: of persons engaged in f~rm at 7:30. work, which has a~e, ady de- A Merry I~appy New Year Television measuring 1.5 bY inches ~re being National I Space Patronize the Advertisers on spa,ecraf~ NOT The Twin County Dairy will o'clock noon on SATURDAY, D] for the.remainder of the day. Still for gifts ONL A FEW DAYS REMEMBER TO SHOP FOR FOOD VALUES TOO at Kalona JELL-O, all flavors. ..... C. F. PEACHES ......... C. F. SALAD DRF ING C. F. ICE CREAM ................... REGULAR OR DRIP 3 oz. pkgs... 3 boxes No. ...... 4 for ................. qt. Folgers Coffee 3 Lb, CAN 16 oz. Kraft Miniature Marshmallows ..... Tall Can C. F. Evaporate~t Milk ......... 6 for 12 Rolls Northern Toilet Tissue Three Diamond Mandarin Oranges ....... 4 for 89c No. 211 C. F. Pineapple .... 4 for 89c No. 303 C. F. Sweet Melting Peas 5 for 89c Indian River Grapefruit .. 48 size ..... 10 for California Navel Oranges . ..88 size ..... doz. SKINLESS, SHANKLESS RATH HAM, hickory smoked .............. lb. RATH CANNED HAM ,. 51b...$4.89.. 3 lb... HONEY SUCKLE BONELESS TURKEY ROAST ................ lb. roll ROCK CORNISH ROASTING CHICKEN 3 to 5 lb lb. PORK L01N ROAST, boneless ............ lb. TENDERBEST BACON lb. Best Wishes From Clover Farm Store FOR A JOYOUS CHRISTMAS SEASON AND THE BEGINNING OF ANOTHER HAPPY PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR