Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa on January 7, 1943 · Page 3
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CITY, : L lursday, January' La Porte City Personals Charles Ballheim is quite ill all taking a course of income tax the home of hjs iistcr, Mrs. Elizabeth Wienanels, John Dudgeon has been ill at his instruction Raymond Hitt returned Tues day to Lowry Field, Denver, Colo home, suffering from bronchial as-1 after spending several weeks' fur- thma during the past week. (lough at the home of his parents Mrs. Jennie Hager spent New I Mr. and Mrs. George Hut. Years' with her brother, Charles Cottor., in Waterloo. Guinevere Barnhart, who is the music instructor at Copgan, ppcnt the week-end at home here. The Hawkinh house vacated by Mr nnrf Mrs. Richard Pearson has been rented to Mrs. Hclenu Joliann son, who will move in ponn. Merle Fmilh vibited his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Paul S Smith, in Omaha, Kob , during the holidays. Keith Gravenhorst injured a finger in a power cr"cry wheel as he was working in his shop Mon- cloy afternoon. Mr.s. Lottie Lane wai taken by ambulnnce to a Waterloo hospital on Tuesday. She is suffering from heart trouble. Mrs. Mattie Gardner haj received word that Richard Gardner in in a hospital in San Francjsco \v.th a broken shoulder. Maxinc Dillon returned home Sunday after spending the holi- dayt ne-jr Independence with Mr. and Mr.s. Ernest Andersen. Mr. and Mrs Richard Strubcn auch visited at the Curtis Bailor and I C Wolber home Sunday. Richard will leave for camp soon, Kay Kober went to Des- Momes Wednesday to spend the week end STAGE i_. _ - _ S:3i: ^ AT MARS NEXT SUNDAY ET^ BIG CREEK TR.S8E C O Better Feeds and Minerals AT MOORE'S Lloyd Hilt, who is stationed ai army camp in Washington. D C is spending a short furlough a: the home of his parent", Mr. Kiel Mrs. George Hitt. Howard Ber,-on v,ho v.a= formerly employed he-re befire the navy, has been given a me-eli- cal discharge and n vi-iti'ig w i t ) friends here-. Dr. L. F. Baile-v was the KU'-«I speaker at the monthly m e e t i n g of the Waterloo Dental association a six-thirty d i n n e r Tue-diiy Black's Tea Room. Mr. and Mr-,. Frank Kober returned from Mitchell, N e b . ncsday, after -penrlinjr the he!j- ilays with Kerrnit Kober and f a m i - ly. Charles Schrc-ibcr, who has been ill for a week, is being cared for at the home of his son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Louie Schreibtr and family. Lois Miszncr began work Mon day, Jan. 4 as bookkeeper at the Leo Motor garage. Miss Mis^uci has bce'n employed at the B J m store here. Mrs. Mary Frost, about eight} I years old, was taki-n hy ambulance Saturday to the' St Franeis hospital at Waterloo for t r e a t m e n t of heart trouble 1 and complica tions of advanced nge. JamcH Hampton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rampton of Alhambra. Calif., formerly of LSI Portr CiU, has accepted a position w i t h the As a special added f e a t u r e attraction next Sunday, the Mars theatre w i l l present ISuilth Starchcr and hi Fincrmlle Jamboree, a company of te-n icrs.ililr nimi-dinns and musician* on the stage in addition to Ihc fine screen atlr.ictuin. Hudd} Slarchcr and his gang h-^c undoulilcdlj bi-en heard by many on the air from radio .station K. X. K L. at \\.-itorlcKi. On the screen, Mars thc^lre patrons will be offered Ihe all fun and swinc show "I'nurilics On I'arade." with Jcrrj Colonna, Ann Miller, U n t i l IlhiKles. Vcra Vague and Johnnie Johnston. The sta^c show w i l l presented on Suiida only w i t h the screen attraction continuing on through Monday nighl. and the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jurgen Jebe, of Dysart, in the evening; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bookmeier and children and parents, Mr- and Jlrs. Henry Bookmeier, were enteitained in the home of the former's sister, Mr. jnd Mrs. Albert Yarriogton, near Waterloo on Saturday evening due to Mr. Yarrington's work at John Deeres. Helen Chalupsky had Dorothy Kudelka of Waterloo as a week end guest. Pvt. P. Allen Chalupsky and brother, Merle, of Kansas City, Mo. arrived Thursday afternoon for a holiday visit with their par- cits, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chalup- xky, leaving Sunday night from Wateiloo, Merle is to report for work starting Monday as instructor of airp'.ane instrument mechanics at the Missouri Aviation Institute of the municipal airport at Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chalup.=ky made a business trip to Cedar Rapids on Monday, stopping in to see Mrs. Avis Missman, cashier n Ncuman's basement Mrs Iissman was housekeeper for George Konicek several years ago, nd her daughter, Golda, is ilojed in the Collins radio n Cedar Rapids. over by that sort of parson. So heres to you young girls and mothers, keep -wearing your thort socks, but keep a good clean, healthy mind and never let your modern, decent way of living get you in a indecent state of mind. Just a Modem Mother. La. mect- Kober as class loader^ ;it the five young pi-oplc Saturday eve church be extended an n j n p a t a s] -.. o'clock dinner in hon or of the birthdav of their son Lloyd. After the dinner n theatre p a ' t y in Waterloo -u.as cnioved and the group presented Lloye itwitation to attend prayer ingi Thursday nights. Mr and Mrs. Andrev, Hacker -on arc the parents of a six and one-half pound =on born December' w i t h an electric ra/or 31 at their home he'e. There are-| Postmaster and Mrs. Glenn C two other boy*, and tv.'o Kirls in j Teeter are the parents of n the family, ile has been named] daughter born Januarv 1 at then n*, a^^^u o ,, u =...,,,. ~.i.. .,.-, Euj , cnCi I home here. This is the first rtaugh Caldonid dairy here and began ' ·£_*·, ,,,,,,,.,,,, _ nf M r .[tcr m the family NEW DISCOVERY FOR MASTITIS Due fo Slreplocoeeut AgalacHae Hex« 1* trmd nem (of ei97 (rm« who bM MaitltlB Inbli herd. About ninety per cent of all MdillUs, or Gu^ct, Id cntued br Streptococcua nllallicLUe. Tho nvw dlKOT- erj, Dtebe O-Lac, (T/rothridj)} conilfU ol Gramicidin and Tyroddln. D«eb« C-Lmc · [op* Iho action of Strepfocnccuv aOaJmc- ttac. It MutllU, due to tub microbe, u cuillnt Into your mUk production . . . If your brat A*\fy cuw* pro In danger--act now'. Get Deebe C-Lic. You'll be imaial at tile recult*. Bcebc C-L«c la eaay lo Inject In to the teat CUB!. DceboG-Lu goearfohl to work. Don't let M»irilto (due toStnpto- coccua aflaUctlae) rob you of Tour ftfonta Get Brcbo G-L«c today. mm---.._.. Let u amnCi laboimloir WIASI'TIS tnUDf mllfc tamplea from TESTING »·»" ;i ""' OnT "« P" ·ample totted. Aak ua for detail*. Nooblloatlon. S E R V I C E work Monday, Jan. 4. A group of friends and ne-igh- bors surprised Mrs Frank Gravenhorst this afternoon in honor of her birthday. A covered dish diner was served at one o'clock and the afternoon was spent socially. Mrs. Henry Lamb _and daughter Sandra, went to Peoria, 111., last week on Tuesday to visit her parents, Mr. anel Mrs. CCOTKC Herman. They will return this weekend Weldon BctU rtturnod to his work at his store Wednesday, after being confined to home with the flu for four days. Kenneth Kru.se cared for the store during hji absence. Mrs. Charle") Shroycr and two daughters, Mildred nntl Mrs. Mabel Sanders, loft Wednesday for San Frun.sisco to join Mr. Schroyer, who is engaged in defense work there. A group of friend 3 went to the home of Jennie Kljne on Wcdnti day night to help celebrate her birthday. A covered dish supper wns- served, after whieh g,imcs i were played for entertainment. | L. N. Wright asks that those who voted for him and J. N. Vern L. Peterson, son of and Mrs. John Pcter=en of La they have six NOTICE We will be closed Wednesday evenings until April 1. Lehman Hardware La Porte Hardware Porte City, stationed at radio service station at Camp Ritchie, Maryland, left Friday after ;i seven-day furlough here u i t h his parents La Vern Thomas, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs Ray Thomas of La Porte City left Saturday evening for Seattle, Wash., '.ihere he was summoned to report for duty in the air corpt in which he had on- libtcd last summer. Mrs. Leon Hubbard of Waterloo spent Monday visiting in the home of her husband's grandfather, Louis W i i R h t , before .she left on Wednesday for S-in Diego, California, to join her husbund, who is in the navy. Mrs,. Clark Iloyt entertained a group of relatives on Tuestlav evening nt a dinner in honor of Lloyd Petcis, son of Mr. and Mrs. J I f n r y PeLers Sr., who went to Des Moincs Thursday lo be inducted into the army. Mr. and Mrs. EV.ra Ilapei entertained a K i o u p of M i . II iper's relatives Chnstm;i! day for a Christm.i.s c l j n m r , ,ind on Simdav entertained a group ol Mr. Hazel's relatives at ,i second Clin^lin.i*. dinnei-. Uzellc Harvey, world war vct- e-ran f o i i n e r l y (if this eilv arid now IIMUL; at Ced ir I.alte near Ailkin, Minn., i t u e n t l j cnught n rioi thci n pike 1 un^hine; thn t; pounds. The fish ^ a s c.iugh IhlC'Uu;!] (he 1 ice Corporal Bcrncttc Cole, who ha been lieiniL 1 (JM i f i i i l i u ^ l i , b.is bee taken lo a liosp](,ij at W a t t i l o | for treatment of arthritis, and ha been un.d.'L 1 to 11 pnrl back t camp at the end of the furlougl period. Mrs. John Dullci entcrtaincc sons She has been named Dorothy Mane and she weighed 8 and one-half pounds. Mrs. Web Humphrey of Invin Iowa was a house Rucst in th' home of ho r brother, M. C. Jacobs and family. She left Tuesday to .ittenj funeral of a friend Mrs Mildred Anderson, also a sistei nf Mr. Jacobs, is recuperating a ( the Jacobs home from a recent op oration on her knee and ankle. Lt. William Wagner, son of Mr and Mrs. Roy Wag-ner of thi community, has been elected to mcmberbhip in Phi Beta Kappa honorary schol.istic fraternity, ac conlinu to word received here thi week. Lieutenant Wagner who wa graduated from the state univcr ity in June, i.s now statjoned wit! the marine corps in California. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Conner man entertained John Gonnerman Mr. and Mrs,. Charles Gonnerman iml family and Mr. and Mrs. Free Gonnerman and family of Dysart and Arietta Gonnerman, cmployci ,is an industrial n u r ^ e at the Rat] Packing company in Waterloo, a dinner Sunday in honor of Johi f'oni'ui man's birthday. His fob is vital to America's war effort ·.. and he'll carry on! · "Keep 'cm rolling" is more than a slogan. It's a mail/ Every serviceable piece of automotive equipment is needed--needed on the roid. That mikes the service sucion dealer a vital cog in the nation's war machine. Jusc consider chic-* * * Millions of war workers have no other means-except autos to get to work. In some sections over 75* of war workers rejch their plants by car. Over (55% of all freight going in and out of war plants is carried by truck. ;4,000 communitiei are not reached by railroad, depend on trucks for supplies. Nearly 100% of many vital crops tie hauled ro market by truck. Over 2,000 cicics depend on cars for private transportation. Every or owner must do a certain amount of necessary driving, as provided for under the rationing system. Ves! America must remain a nation on wheels, and your Standard Oil Dealer is proud that he in playing 4 vital part in America's war effort. You can count on ii--he'll carry on! STANDARD OIL COMPANY (INDIANA) program 01 Bruce Center (Written for last week) Ray, .son of Mr. and Mrs Walte Binnelt, had the misfortune to sli on ice on the porch and in catch ing liins.self, caught his finger a nail toaiinp it across the bas and out to the nail, rcquirin so\eial stitches to close. Mrs. Miirvm Kiug and her pu pils of Bruce Center school, wer hosts to their parents and friend at their Christmas Wednesday evening. Mrs. Paul Chalupsky and son Claire, entertained the latter' -schoolmates and teacher of Bruci Center on Thuisciay afternoon a their Christmas party where thej exchanged Christmas gifts. Mrs Cluilupsky served ice cream and cookies at the close of the after noon. Gas rationing or not, Christmas was the usual day of famil groups. The John L. and Lc Roy Young families and the Dr. John R. Busera and Mrs. Cathcrin Young families of La Porte City m the Rou Gardner home; Mr ind Mrs. Howard Bovcnmeycr Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mathcrn am Bobby of Waterloo and Mr. ant Airs. Lylc Billerbcck of near Lincoln, irr the Willis Mathcrn ionic; Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Bot cma in the home of the latter's narents, Mr. and Mrs. James Pecenka, near Belle Plainc; the Clmer Shanda and Paul Chalupskj families in the parental J. J Shanda home near Elbcron; Mr ind Mrs. Rilcy Fawbush enter- aminff the latter's daughters he Frank Wilson and Donald Burrows families of La Porte ^ity, and the Raymond Goodeli 'amily of near Garrison, mother, and sister, Mrs Radckc, and Mr nd Mrs. Bruce Moeller and Mr. Mocllcr's father, all of Blairstown S E E T O U R S T A N D A R D O I L D E A L E H*4p Und* (em i Buy United Sato War Saving] Bondi and Sttmpi. Drive aniet 35-jhire your cu. ind brother, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace ladekc of Marcngo; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bookmeier and children in he Herb Anton home in La Porte City; The Robert Kahler and Ferris Hartsell families of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Senft, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kahler of near Brandon, Mr. iGeorc with em- shop Letters (Continued from Page One) Camp Clai borne, Jan. 2, 1943 Dear Everett, Having a grand old time in this man's army. Don't do nothing but diill from 7:45 till 5:00. Nothing to it--but the only thing that keeps you going is the good old G. I. shoes. They just automatical Iv move vour feet ahead and he- lieve me your dogs are the only thing that an infantry man has got to use for transportation are his pood old dogs. Received the paper today and ture is good t about the way that is the first paper I have seen since the eleventh of December--good aren't L I read Dutch's letter and if ^ | thinks he's got it bad he siroJ be here. In the morning the is so thick you can cut it will knife and in the afternoon ^£ usually rains, but this the sun came out--man was I'm still sweating. " j Good old Camp Claibome £ located eighteen miles from A'iH andria in the good, lousy, in;^. r infested swamps of Louisia^" That ought to be good description of this hole. Well I guess I had better cV. because it is just about ].g- t out. Thanks again fo r the pajh and I hope everybody Js as hap; as I am. As ever, Rusty (Russell F. Misz'tri P. S. Don't mind the \ \ n t good to Fee something' because I am nearly out of p : -. the home town folks. Byi and ink and besides mv ,uir d--m sore from grenade the ing. $1.00, They sell them by weight. We must have had 4 dozen real arge oranges for the dollar. The unit of exchange most commonly used is the 5 franc note--our del iar is worth 75 francs. I bought i highly colored table scarf for Emma for 115 francs--after bargaining for 15 minutes to bring the Arab down from 125 francs. [t takes a lot of hand waving and finger counting and money waving ;o do business with them but they augh and shake hands to conclude the deal. I walked among them with my modern clothes and wenp- on slung over my shoulder and thought "surely this is the meeting of the old and the new." One native who lives nearby to us, has become quite attached to us. He goes along and carries our orangej and helps us get better bargains and we pay him a little now anc then. I named him "Alvino Ray' for no good reason after the swing band guitar player. Ha. 1 do believe I'm having the time of my life. Last night 1 tuned in an American short wave station and hean all the news from home. Also heard "Rosie the Riveter." Ha What next? I always like to hear what they're saying about our foices in North Africa to check with what information I get from time to time. This morning I took some ol the lumber we had used to crate our equipment and built myself E bed frame. Then I took my can vas bed roll and strapped it ovc: the framework much like a can vas cot. A farmer's hay stacl nearby provided a filling for m mattress cover, so now I have pretty decent place to sleep. I can imagine that about 3 a. m. to morrow, I'll probably be flat on the ground floor again \f I turn over too fast in bed. Hah. If make too much of a commotion the boys are liable to start shoot ing my way. Hah. I've been enjoying my work very much The garrison training that we had to carry on in the states was drill and uninteresting --but here we know the job we have to do and everyone is pitching in to get it done as quick as possible and get back home again The men have been swell in spite of the poor living conditions, lack of bathing facilities, canned foo] 5 times a day for what seems ages and no variety of food either. Dad probably knows what "iron rations" are. Hah. Hope this finds you all well and happy. Write soon and tell me all the news anr 1 let me know how long this takes to reach you. Be sure to write Emma as often a? possible and give everyone my best regards. With love, Cecil. (Lt. Cecil G. Teeter) La Porte City Dear Editor, Just a reply to the reader who is beefing about Christmas Seals and bare legs. Didn't that person study home nursintj? Don't he or she knrrw hnt T. B. is on the decrease? That bare legs have nothing to do with getting the disease. How many girls do you see without varm hoots or rubbers to keep :hcir feet dry? How many do not icve good warm coats? True, T. B. can be caused from exposure, but majority of cases arc rom lack of good -wholesome ood and unhealthy living quar- ers, improper care of colds, etc ut nevc r bare lega. Aa far as eing decent what looks more undecent than a man or boy stripped to the waist doing summer work. Has that person ever notic ed that girls and women fnr , . and Mrs. generations back are IS °t lOeorgc Rothmeier and children indecently by men their grandmother Mrs. street coders" and Meat Builds Health Meat Is 96 to 98 pet. Digestable Build Your Meal Around The MEAT WHY NOT BUY THE LEAST DEMANDED MEATS? They arc economical, easy to prepare and nutritious. RATH'S SLICED BACON, Ib. 27c RATH'S BACON SQUARES, Ib ..... 19 C PORK LIVER-- SJiced Wafer Thin-- Ib. J9 C SUMMER SAUSAGE-- By the Chunk-- Ib. 33 C LA PORTE BUTTER, Ib. (one to a customer) 4g c WE HAVE FRESH OYSTERS GRAPEFRUIT, 6 for . . .. JUICE ORANGES, doz ......... 2?C CABBAGE, Ib ....................... QSc WE HAVE CANE SORGHUM Enriched Certainty Flour, 49 Ib. bag SI. 98 MACARONI, 12 oz. box ........ Q9c Crystal White Scouring Powder, 3 for 13c Save Grease and Fats to Scrap the Axis We Will Gladly Accept Your Food Stamps SMILING SERVICE AT SNYDER'S WHERE YOUR DOLLARS HAVE MORE CENTS Let Your Oruserist Keen You Well 35cVicks 65cPinex SOcMinit Rub 60cSaI Hepatica 30c Vicks Nose Drops 60c Creomulsion 54c 43c 49c 24c 54c MILK OF MAGNESIA economy. Pleasant tc ta Carefully refined. 60c Pertussin 490 35c Honey Tar 50c GE-7 50c Listerine BOcAIka Seltzer 29c 39P 39c --FOR SKIN CARE- 50c Chamberlains Lotion 42 C SOcJergens . .J9 ( 50c Hinds . 21 8 Oz. Silque . 49 C 35cCampana Balm $1 Hinds Cream . 49ci25cPacquins ECONOMY SIZE SRUSHtfSS SHAVING CRIAM Shave in comfort. -- --... V1 . JTll . CIIIU i,j. 10 , ^, JU gum. proDab Wesley Jebe and children with the daughter of their own The type!! hUw's mother, Mrs. Metha Jur- of clothing from playauits to * gens, of La Porte City for dinner, slacks, Iong eockj and «11 get the j r . n · - »r. dint ?M« jir Uats and lasrj ·A- iWSPAPfc.RI

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