Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa on January 7, 1943 · Page 4
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La Porte City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 7, 1943
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anuary 7 SOCIETY Mrs. Frances Nies, Society Editor, Phone 95 tilt Social Calendar ~ [ Mrs. Julia Ket^nan for covered I dish dinner. _ I January 15 ~ Double Six with Mrs. Mildred Januar 8 Literary Ciicle with Mrs. Harry Morrison. Idle Day club with Mrs. Ralph Waller. E. O. F. club with Mrs. Fred Garrabrant. January I I Memies^e club with Mrs. Everett Smith. January 12 Second division of W. S. C. S. wjth Mrs. H. D. Seal. ..iRcbckah installation at I. 0. O. F. hall. 0. E. S. installation and initiation at MnBonic hall. Januarj 13 L. L. P. C. with Mrs. Maude Kline. Woodley. January 16 W. R. C. at K. of P. hall. Relief Corps Installs Officers Saturday The W. R. C. had their regular meeting last Saturday in the K. THE ti-Eidahl Wedding Saturday Pvt Richard Stubenrauch of] Fort Knox, Ky., a brother of Mrs.; Curtis Bader of La Porte City. and Dellene Eidahl of Waterloo, sister of Mrs. La Verne Wolbcr of this community, were married Saturday morning at 8 o'clock. The ceremony was performed at St. John's church in Waterloo, with the Rev. N. J. Lentz officiating. The bride's mother, Mrs. Phylis Eidahl, entertained thirty guests at a 10 o'clock breakfast at Black's Tea Room. Present from La Porte City were Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Wolber and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bader. Wedding attendants were Mrs. La Verne Volber and Cletis Stubenrauch, brother of the bride- J l l U C l . ' « ' f i IO..JL, i j e m t w i u o . j r 111 tilt I\-t rmfr\nfr\ of P. hall. During the meeting the -m, ' installation of the officers for the coming year were installed which included Mrs. Burrell Tibbetts, president; Mrs. Mary Craft, senior vice; Mrs. E. B. Mclaughlin, junior vice; Mrs. C. W. Bard, chaplain; Mrs. Eva Boyles, secretary; Mrs. Ada Narber, treasurer; Bess Kline, musician; Mrs. j Clark Hoyt, press correspondent; Evangelical Aid society with Mrs. Walter Martin, conductor; Mrs. P. \V. O'Biien, chairman. Janu.'in 1-1 Fiateimly class party with Rev. and Mis,, R. II. Supplec. Ladies Catholic League U 15.' 591' 6: 1' «: 3. 3J 41: 9H FREE ESTIMATES ON FURNACE R E P A I R S Prompt, expert service on repaiifl lor any make ol luraace. Well help you be sura your furnace in ieopl in good shape. The laclory provides ua with 24-hout- ··day service on genuine repair parti 'far Green Colonial furnaces. ; NEW FURNACES? II your prcacnl (urnaCA ifl beyond iu* or repair, you can Blill buy a new Gr»*n Colonial. Aak ua about il. 1 DEALER NAME W. A. FRANKLIN LA PORTE CITY, I APHONE 253 GREEN COLONIAL FURNACE SERVICE I Mrs. Ernie Cole, assistant conj ductor; Mrs. Wilbur Lamos, 'guard; Mrs. Alma Hackett, as jsistant guard; Mrs. H. G. Esher, with | patriotic instructor; Mrs. Bert jBagenstos, Mrs. Kathryn Strohm. Mrs. 0 .E. Miles, Mrs. Everett (Fox, color bearers. Mrs. H. G. Eshe Esher and her committee served refreshments. i Lotus Club Meets With Mrs. McLaughlin Lotus club was entertained in the home of Mrs. E. B. McLaughlin Tuesday afternoon. The ladies sewed and did fancy work. During the business meeting the following officers were eletced: Mrs. Burrel Wilder, president; Mrs. Ada Narber, vice president; Mrs. Henry Bookmeicr, secretary and treasurer. At the close of the afternoon Mrs. McLaughlin was assisted by Mrs. L. A. Moore in serving refreshments. Rebekah Lodge To Hold a Dinner The Rebekah lodge will have a covered dish dinne r at sue o'clock Thursday night, followed by the Three Link service. There will be a program before the dinner, inose attending are asked to bring a covered dish, sandwiches and table 6,627." . 9,85ft!' - 343.1 7,120» District ment o of sa^ ik low",' t dar 1 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS JANUARY 8 - 9 19c JACK SPRAT Lb. Tube RICE Extra Fancy Blue Goose 2u,, 21c Flakes JACK 11 Oz. A- SPRAT Pkg. 3U NORTHERN T I S S U E Rolls 22c R I N S O Pk B . SUPER SUDS 63c L(, r . Giant Size JACK SPRAT FLOUR, 49 Ib. bag GELATIN DESSERT 3 pkgs. LIMA BEANS 2 Ibs $2,06 ..17c 29c FRENCH'S BIRD SEED 2 pkgs. CATSUP 14 oz. bottle PEACHES 2 No. 2'/ 2 cans ... 17c 55c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES GRAPEFRUIT--Texas Seedless--12 for . 29c JNEW CABBAGE, 2 Ibs ISC ^CARROTS, 2 bunches . . . . 15c ^RANGES--Florida--doz 29c HEAD LETTUCE, large, 2 for. . . * 25c Reduced Prices for Quick Clearance CHILDREN'S "MAJORETTE" BOOTS . Sizes 6 to 3. 20% OFF ICTORY" MESH 69c iizcs 9 to 10 /z A Fine Mesh Co I ton Hose MEN'S UTILITY WORK SOCKS 2 pairs 49c White or Smoke BOYS' POLO SHIRTS Size 4 to 10 49c KNIT BLOOMERS 25c DRESSES An assortment of Junior and regular sizes in the better dresses. ANY ON THIS RACK 20% OFF LADIES' BROWN ALLIGATOR OXFORDS Broken Size* AA and B Width WERE $3.95 NOW $3.19 The bridegroom is home on n 10-day furlough from hie nrmy duties. Mite Society Has Program Wednesday The Mite society of the Presbyterian church met on Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors for a business meeting followed by a program: piano solo by Barbara Bailey, selections by the high school sextet, violin solo by Arnoli: Wocstehoff, and two number sby the junior choir directed by Mrs. Robert Glime. The devotional ser vice was under the direction of Mrs. Edith Lamb, and the commit tee composed of Mesdames John Betts, L. F Bailey, M. F. Lizci. Mildred Woodley, Belle Ohlaml Herman Smith, Maude Brallier. Pearl Showers, Elizabeth Morgan D. K. McQuilkin and John Cristian served refreshments. Waterloo Recruiters Honored Here Saturday Mrs. C. V. Barnhart entertained a group of friends from Waterloo who are associated with her husband jn the recruiting station there, at a. seven o'clock dinner last Saturday night. The group included Chief Petty Officer E. F. Skene, Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. F. E. Morgan and daughter Shirley, Yocman nnd Mrs. Rodney Merrill and First Class Petty Officer and Mrs. Ivan Sutton. The evening was spent playing cards and visiting. Past Noble Grands Meet Monday Night The Past Noble Grand circle met Monday night with Mrs. Everett Fox, who was assisted by Mrs. Cecil Fellers. A busjness meeting was followed by playing cards, after which the hostesses served refreshments. Tourist Club Meets With Mrs. Larson Tourist club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. L. S. Larsen. The program consisted of a book review given by Mrs. L. J. Tutt, who discussed "See Here, Private Hargrove." Odd Fellow and Rebekahs to Install Members of the Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges will hold a joint installation of their new officers here Tuesday evening. The installing staff from Hudson will be present. Double Six Club Has Luncheon on Monday The Double Six bridge club had a one o'clock luncheon at King';, club room on Monday, after which they played bridge, with award;, gojng to Mrs. H. W. Johannsen and Mrs. C. V. Barnhart. Pinochle Club Has Seven O'Clock Dinner The L. L. P. C. club met last week nn Wednesday for a seven o'clock dinner at King's club room, which was followed by pinochle. Churches THere waa a npotur named Flynn, !WKo raid '(Quote) TL» Ajds can't win I Sure, we'll get HitUr'i goat 1C ire buy Bondi Ktb quote) And now is tb« tim ID kegini "Write BltUi*. J»»» V, 10* Bond* «*eh pm r cUy. up far Ui« TalmuiT Pay- "imperatives!" Our thinking and our actions are increasingly being ccarcd into the theory that when the leader speaks the peoples obey. Sometimes the Church of Christ fails to fully recognize thnl Christianity also involves prior itics. The Apostle Paul confessed that "I follow after." "Blessed is he that remembers His commandments to do them." IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH Gilbrrtrillc, Iowa Rev. Wm. J. Cremer, Pastor Rev. VKIOF Gcrlcmann, Assistant Sunday Ma.sscs at 7 and 9 a. m. Week day Masses at 7 and 8 LA POItTE CITY CHURCH WESLEYAN METHODIST Rpv. A. Rnthfuss, Pastor Sunday, Sermon, 10 n. m. Bible school for all ages, 11 a. m. Bible study for all, 7:SO p. m. Sermon, 8 p. m. Cottage prayer meeting Wed- neiiay, 8 p. m. EMMANUEL EVANGELICAL CHURCH G. L. Bcrgcmann, Pastor Sundixy church school, 10 a. in. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. The children of the Mission band will meet during the morning worship service on this coming Sunday. New Year's eve service at 730 o'clock this Thursday evening. Everyone should be in one of the worship services of the city en the first Sunday of the New Year. A Happy New Year to All! E M M A N U E L WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH Harold D. Scoggan, pastor Sunday School at 10 a. rn. M o i n i n g Mesage at 11 a. m. Young People 1 , Service at 8 p. m. Evening Message at 8:30 On this Thursday evening nt the Wellwood Williams home the church is holding a combined Missionary meeting and Watch Nile service. Everyone welcome. Tell your friends to come. Catholic News And Views Opinions exprcTi' 1 d herein «re Ihoqc of the wrJicr, and mny or rn.-iy nor conform to t h e e d i t o r i a l vlcwn of lhe prOKrcii-Kcvlew. n FLOYD ANDEBSON METHODIST CHURCH Ralph Supplec. pastor. 10 *. m., Church school; classes /or all ages. 11 a. m., Morning worship. THE POPE AND WAR In his syndicated column lately, Father Gilliv, the well-known edi tor and speaker, discussed Ih question of "Why Doc.s the Pop Remain Silent." He remarks tha the qicstion has come to him scv oral times, and that, after man experiences, he believes the ques tion is sincerely asked, that thcs . _ _ _ people are really puzzled, and fee Special music. Sermon: " T h c l t n a t the Pope should "do some Need of a Right Attitude." I thing" about the war. 7:30 p. m., youth fellowship at Father Gillis, in reply, point the parsonage. out that the combatant nation ~ | have not asked the Holy Fathc SACRED HEART CHURCH i to intervene, or to pronounc HtT. Ronan Foley I judgment on the merits and th Sunday. Holy Mass and Ben- j dcmerits of thc wai . ( and that a ediction. 9:00 a. m. Papal pronoucement unasked fo Friday, Holy Mass, 7:30 a. m Friday, Devotions, 7:30 p. m. Saturday, Hoiy Mass, 8:00 a. m Saturday, Devotions, 7:30 p. in. HOMPSON DEPT. -**_ "jrvf STORE 3T. MARY'S OF MT. CARMEL Eagle Center, la. Fr. R. F. Duffy, Pastor Masses on Sundays at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock. might easily do more harm than PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Frederick R. Passler. Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Worship Service at 11 a. m. Remember that the Sunday school contest will begin on this coining Sunday. Come and bring a new member or a visitor! The theme for the morning message will be "Duty or Mutiny?" good. On October 18, 1939, thc Pope declared that: "The Holy Sec wil take a neutral attitude towards the territorial problems of the na tjons and will not interfere unless all interested parties make an appeal to thc Pope to negotiate for peace, in his capacity of a moral and spiritual power." Later thc Pope repeated the above statement and added: "Whi^e conscious of his duties as supreme pastor," the Pope "would never, unless asked to do so, take part in purely temporal contro" versies or in territorial competitions between the states. But his, spiritual duties could not allcw' yt» spiritual duties could not allcw Wt »r» Urine in · day of him to cloia nil eye* when new/i and incommensurable dangers to I men's souls arose." In a timetable of the Pope's relation with the war. Father Gillis pointed out: On Easter Sunday, April 9, 1939, more than four months, before the war broke out, he spoke of the "ardently desired material and moral disarmament." On April 20 he called for a cru- ade of prayer during the month of May for peace throughout the world. During May there were negotiations in the Pope's library between the French and the Italian Ambassadors under the guidance of the Holy Father. On August 19 the Holy Father declared that "We ourselves, from the first day of Oui Pontificate, have attempted and doi.e everything in Our power to remove the Janger of war, and to cooperate in the attainment of a solid, based on justice, such as should ·nfeguard the freedom and honor at the peoples." The calendar of events,, remarks Father Uillis, checks with this, if checking is necessary: On March 1 of that year, on April 9 and 20. on June 3, on July 15. 21, 20; o' August 9, and, after his nddrcss of August 19, on August 25 and 31, the Holy Father issued messages to the world at large. 01 to the Cardinals, or to pilgrims, etc., repeatedly, constantly, and with a growing concern, in an attempt to avert the war that turned out to be inevitable NATIONALLY KNOWN Emil F. Runft of Heinbcck, has become nationally known as a dealer of dogs, especin'ly Ene; Shepherd dogs. One day recently he shipped 28 English Shcpheid pups to that many buyers in M states. During one week, ho ,hip-i ped more than 50 dogs to many states. , nnd the green lights overlapped ILI a few moments at the time of clung,; v,ith the yellow light out cntiiely. However, the official '^d ;i I'xplanaticn, they did not do it, but lightning knocked tlu c, ::r.c.;;o-5 off their icgular chn.'iiils. X_st drivers reported that it u u s an improvement over the cM lypL- 01 lighting system. \\iun-; ANIMAL ACCIDENTS IIEU'Fl \. { Many residents of n section of 1 Cedar Rapids thought that the A sp lc ..iion. a white opos- traffic lights had been ultcrod by Mini \ - f i:'d by John Popson of t h o s e i n charge =o that the rc.l near .\ !b, i NOTICE To conserve electricity and heat, we will be Closed Wednesday Evenings Starting- January 13 and continuing through January, February and March. We will open again Wednesday evenings starting in April. Byam's 5c to $1.00 Store LEGAt, FOLLOWERS The entrance of William C. Stuart of Chnnton into the legal profession brings the fourth gen- cr.ition of the Stuart family into! law practice. William was ad-1 mitted to the bar several weeks ago, and graduated from the State University of Iowa recently. He will not start practice immediately, however, as he has en- isted in the naval air corps. FOOD FOR VICTORY Food for the world will be pronounced by the American farmer. An increase of about 40% in pork production has been requested of the Middle West for the new year. This means that a lot of corn, oats, barley and wheat will be fed. These grains will have to be balanced with the proteins, vitamins and minerals in which they arc deficient BIG GAIN MINERAL STOCK FOOD iclf- fed will help balance your home grown grains and supply these missing elements. Big Gain from Start to Finish. Ask for free ham pic. Big Gain Products W«t Union Iowa (Wuntcd--Dealers) La Porte City Sales Co. Next Sale Saturday, Jan. 9 MACHINERY One F-12 Farmall Tractor and corn plow. One 10-foot tractor disc. Tractor Plow. Corn Planter Machinery All in Good Shape 75 HEAD OF CATTLE 30 head of white face and shorthorn yearling heifers. Remainder mixed cattle. 20 HEAD BREEDING EWES SOME FEEDER PIGS EKING IN WHAT YOU HAVE TO SELL, AS PRICES ARE GOOD. ANTON. CLARK JURGENS, Owners PHONE 20B We're Accepting Orders FOR THE COMING For all orders placed this month, two per cent discount for cash and on March deliveries, one dollar per hundred discount from regular list prices. In i;iving this March discount, we feel that we are giving (he farmers of this community additional incentive to further help in thc production of food supplies so at thc present lime, due to thc fact of the current talk of rationing of thc red meats, we feel that all thc extra production of poultry is just that much more foud for cur country. Also, for the first time, we have been able to arrange for fire and wind insurance on all chicks sold by us, covering- them the first three months while in the brooder house. Better get your order early, as we have some orders up to the middle of April at the present time. EVERGREEN Hatchery Poultry, Hog and Cattle Feed Poultry Equipment Baby Chicks Started Chicks PHONE 1S1 LA PORTE CITY BUY MORE S AND STAMPS! JEWS PA PER I SlEWSPAPFld

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