Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa on January 14, 1943 · Page 3
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La Porte City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1943
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y, Janfaary 14 THE RED AND GOLD Publication of the La Porte City School LA fiOREEj QTY. ·leal ke I EATS 27c 19t 19c 29c 37c 3lc 35c 25- 25c 15t lll l \ 1,05' ISt 69t 25t 27; SIXTH GRADE NEWS J had a party on Wednesday · the .last recess. The time " spent in playing various es, after which Miss Miller presented with a beautiful te are reviewing this week pre- atory to the semester tests ch occur next week. Irs. Waller taught our grade ) days before Christmas during : absence of our teacher. Midpe Keheler is absent as a rult'of an accident when he p u t ' 'lie on the fire. I , ; - mre going to read together I* 1 Little Diviss Boy." We have "Two Little Confeder- yer. In Related and General Science the boys and girls have been studying heating and cooline systems. arc The Home Economics girls ,,,-e studying good grooming. They are enjoying this unit very much and feel that they shall accomplish much from it. GRADE NEWS ·r\ s W« have been writing Roman " fjunerals. Shirley Foster has - aesed 1000. Beverly Sides, Rayma Bagenstos, Carmen Abbott, foanit* Bryan, Billy Milne, Mae have FIRST GRADE NEWS Betty Driscol had a birthday Friday. She was seven years old. She brought her birthday cake to school. We have been reading in our new books this week. We like our neu number books. It is fun to \\ork in them. Dicky Bagenstos has been absent from school this week. Helpers for this week are Donna Reimer, Marlene Strohecke., James Robertson, Janet Wilt, J;i- net Froning, Warren Fry, Shannon Davis and Phyllis Bryan. KED AM) GOLD STAFF Editor-in-chiff ,, - ,, . Associate Editor . " " R u t h Coburn G. A. A. Reporter"." Richard Kocher Hi-Y Rcponcr , Zalda Selk Athletics and L Club"" Vern Foster Spotlight Club Jack voice and insUn^T Freshman Cl^i'lL-ro^'. Sophomore Cl.i.- s I t o p o " U D n : n ' Junior Cl.i« s Rep,,,/..,- """ V- n ^ ., MDC , BrllJ f Senior das* He) t , m i - " " ·"" V w'T ,, W Typist -- " Merle McBnde Sponsor _ _"_ Marlys Stahnke ~ Mr. Hembera an extremely niae state of affairs She started to kindergarten a La Porte City and is one of th original nine students left a seniors here. She went to school a Vinton for one year, one-half o sirtn and half of seventh grade but came back to La Porte City During her high school days Merle has been a member of many extra activities. Among them arc i t . A. A. for four years. Glee club for three years, pep squad, Home ?, C JTT^ Iub a " d the newspaper BIOGRAPHIES ' eti y here, ·iiij.s been Mathematics al- average. Hitt and Ronald Kocher Written more than 500. TYPING NEWS Those who had 100 in spelling. The following people hav H rc- latt .week are Carmen Abbott,. ceived the highest averages in the Beverly. Bagenstos. Rayona Bag-1 daily eight minute speed test given enstoB,-: Juanita Bryan, Marie during the week of January 4- f^?* !? iv1 rbar S- ? ehe w r ',r BeV ? Iy , Jea " Jcnks ' 39 ' D" 01 ^ iut- ,HlM, Shirley Kuhn, Nadine Pa- l er , 38; Jean Palmer, 36; Shirley tava, Beverly - Taft, Marilyn Coller/ Thomas flardt, Jimmy Wagner. Sides, Dorothy Roszell, Donald Gill, Lee Rein- Skiles and Dick " FRESHMAN NEWS The frashman boys have been making various articles for the fltll/ home and barn during shop period. Seine of the things being made are: lamps, Archie Dunkleberger, Benson and Jim Nichols; Archie Dunkleberger; Jack De Neut; jig Nichols; electric Dixon; ash tray, GOVERMENT HAS THEM According to a definition given by a pupil in a state examination "a statistician is a man who draws - - 7 Y, ~ ' -- "-·"; a mathematically precie line from Bury;]. Parker; table tray, James an unwarranted assumption to r^??' rad '° able - Donald Saw-! foregone conclusion.' Leland Jam Hackerson, 36; Marie Foss, jiuuKerson, jo; Mane Koss, 33-| TM ' "' ll ^ I L J Lloyd Dutler, 32; Mary Ann Pe-l of ,, t ; is sch °oline. 4- A-H . on \V n P k n n il Wesley Parker--\Ve~, , s |,., ;,, usually called, i.inv,,! : , ,i, t " ,' B. Parkers August IS. W25 \\ the time, his p a r e n t s -vu-u iivii,,, on a farm four miles f l l m W - u c i i loo on highway 20. Wcs s t a r t e d ' h i s u l u c . i l i o n .,., n kindcrgatten p U|) |] ]() ( ) i ] ( _ O f ' ( | [" j schools in Wii or 1 TK moved to La P () , (t- Oily amV'ui-i't to school hurc u n t i l IM ', [ * o f ' h i r ' grade. That year thy i'.ini- \\ [s nis home ai^nin i M S I F ·*' i ' *--"~* u l " During that " me h, ~" ' r ''^resting. He follows pro- dent f n o u n tr ,c I'^U!"' T^' and »TMtTMr football and La Porte- Cit'y ?,, nfTT^*" 8 ? ''!'° fL " ;M . ollal hocke '- Wes was quite , . . C L . I I J t h . n f , , tV ,, t dis. l p po, n ted when high school favorite subject, lecnrd is above a junior he had a leading in the junior play. Wcs hopes ·i the senior play this year seems to be a certain at- for Wcs in petting kick- 01 class; also red heads ami dancing. His hobby is rather uncommon staff. While et a grade pupil, Merle was in a number of operettas. She is also taking outside classes of trigonometry and shorthand this year. Merle w a s one of the highest scholastic averages of the senior class. She likes the subject of mathematics best. Of the many sports that Merle- participates in, she takes basketball as first choice. As for nicknames. Merle never had one that stuck with her. Evidently her real name is much too short. Merle's onc great hobby is corresponding with the marines. She says it is very interesting and she receives a great source of infor mation from it After graduating, Merle intend, to go to college, although she ha, not yet decided which one she would prefer. Her greatest ambition is to own and operate a small cabin plane. Page Three S t i t i o " o f reasonable deserted this " p f a esertion was on v r IIDOUI t'-i von K Januar V. 1921 and th: t self ha V\ W Since ab ' !ntod TMi-- £" TausT an " JUSt ° f r " For further particular tition now on file fend on or before noon of the ssc- OIK' day of the March 1943 Term of the District Court which will commence nrJ be held at the Court Co" ' "1 "' aterl °°- B1 ack Hawk "· ' ' n ^ 1 ^. on the 8th Hay of ";u !-.. ;!!3. mdirmBnf n n d decrw Bu absoluv divorce from you and the i'laint 17 v. 11 all such othr ;i"d ' i ; K - equitable relief as may seem just to the court. i fit'ld ,t Butterfield. Attorneys for Plaintiff. 21, -Diamond ters, 32. SECOND GRADE NEWS Mrs. Hinkle, our new teacher, visited us today. Duane Haberichter's birthday was Thursday. His mother came in the afternoon and brought us each a brownie. , . «cs has three brothe bul not football did not develop here at cTint^'f^iit ofCi ?" nl1 '- -^' S ^' Cat - t " mbiti °" " to be While in high .choc1 \V I '" u " BVy Blr C ° rps ' At thc P res . ,, _ . , " n'Sh school, V e s ha, ei.t he , s included in those bovs a- of the apes lg-21, but after the , nad quite an assortment of curricula,. a c t h i t l c ; , 7 -e, i " ' «,, he T' I rl' '"' u'"" thc elude Hi-Y fn , ·,, ' ,. C C ,. " ".V 1 , hc " ould l*e to be a test .n,, . club Mixed Chorus and newspaper - pilot. THIRD GRADE NEWS Ada Ohrt entered third grade Monday. She has been attending school in Waterloo. We like our book. "The Snowshoe Twins" which our teacher reads to us. staff for t«-o club for near y two Jen n' ', " n M ^ride-The Milo Me- also been . L^" " S f l C ^ B '.! d " wclc °TM^ » BT! into their also been a member of tin- IJ \ Scout* for one yeai. During - ri , ( j' . u school he was in four Thiis year he is, taking classes besides hi., fom- subjects. Twice a u c s k In shop and mnlhernati. operettas. ;a»ijl.v on a spring day, March 13, i.'23. Merle was, born here in L i I' rtc City. She i-; the only g-ir i n Hie famiiy among two brothers | nc older ai.d ore younger than I"--. It scem.s at though Merle and ENTIRE CLOSING OUT Veii THURSDAY Miss Fleming's mother is very ill. Mrs. Robert Glimc has been our teache r this week. The following received 100 in spelling Friday: Lila BagcnMos Mary Ferson, Janet Hay, Ann Hc-incn. Rcgina Hilton, Marlcne Hummel, Angela Kcrr, Irene Som- mcrfclt, Vema Stoncr, DonetLa Welt, Ada Ohrt, Darlcne Stcffens Richard Ambrosy, Richard Bailey James Elliott, Merlin Gardner James Johannsen, Keith Kullmer Robert Lamos, Larry Olinger, Dal Snydcr and Charles Supplee. EIGHTH GRADE NEWS Mildred Shroycr has left our grade and gone to California to live. In Language we have studied letter writing. Each of us wrote a friendly letter and mailed it. Several of us wrote to Marjonc and Dick Rampton to send them birthday wishes. ONE PAIR WORK HORSES Six Cattle milk cows, both giving milk now; two -year-old heifers; 2 summer calves. Grain 15 acres corn in field; 500 bu. corn in crib; 100 bu. oats; 100 bales straw. ne 1940 Model B John Deere tractor on [rubber; 2-row New Idea corn picker; f ITM John Deere tractor corn plow; tandem McCormick-Deering disc, last spring; 2-bottom 14-inch Mo- tractor plow; Easy Way hay loader; Moline corn low T W a n a n d a y wheel wagon with triple box; Machinery Massey Harris No. 8 manure spreader- hand corn shelter; 60-g-allon feed cooker; 5-ft. Deering mower; mower windrower- McCormick-Deering planter with bean attachment; 36-ft. John Deere steel elevator; 6-horse gas engine; 1 set breeching- harness; fly nets; De Laval No. 16 cream separator; 110-gallon gas barrel; 50-gallon gas barrel; Round Oak heating stove; 48-ft. 6-inch belt; 30-inch saw blade; 5 sheep feed troughs. Lot small tools; post drill; vise; anvil; set taps and dies. COQUETTE Little Putsy Murphy of Coin has a good m a n y friends among train men of the Burlington road whicl t u n s past her home. Last Christ mas, for the second time, trains stopped at thc Murphy homo to deliver presents to thc little R i i l who has been to friendly as to wave her hand to the men who pull the trains on thc railroad. One engineer on the road also stopped his train to deliver a birthday present to Patsy scvera months ago. PRIEST A PRISONER The Spanish Embassy in Wash ington has informed the Abbot of St. Johns Abbey at College villc, Minn., of the Safety in the Philippines of the Rev. Father Owen TcKippe of Calmar, Iowa, who was in charge of San Beda Catholic college at Manilla, P I when it fell to thc Japanese a year ago. ORIGINAL NOTICE In the Dintrict Conrt of Iowa in and for Black Hawk Connty March Term 1943. Gladys Lash, Plaintifi, -- vs. -Howard Lneh, Defendant. TO: Howard Lash, Defendant. You nrc hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Couit in and for Blaclc Hawk County CONSERVE APPAREL Vou'rp In ( h i s M. l r i , Take Care of What You Wear Don't lorfpt: Th,, fi B b , o r rlM| FIRST! STONEWARE FHOM 1 TO :.-, (J.M.I.O.N JAlts , , Attractive Prices NOTICE We Will be Closed Wednesday Nites Until April 1st S KOLLS Toflet Paper 25c GRANULATED BAG UKI'1,TAT10N Pancake FLOUR 15c FANCY MAEfcHMALLOW Cookies IA Syrup GOLDEN 10 Lb. Pail 55c Nccdmor APRICOTS Fancy U holo Fruit In Syrup 2 No. 2'/ 2 cans--37c UOXKS I-Ll'MOUTH BOCK Gelatine NO. 10 CAN 25c -KWIS Lye 3 Cans BABS Fairy Soap 2!c FANCY HEAD Rice 3 u*. 27c 48 OZ. BOX Oat Meal 19c 32 OZ. JAM Dill Pickles 19c! r u o n o/, IIOXK.S D. n j Corn Flakes 15c Crosby Corn 49c _ IT, OZ. I'KG. BLACK 25c Pepper 19c er IB OZ. CAN CAMPBELL'S Tomato Juice l.i:A I'Klllll.V Bottle 21c 29e Gerbcrs Baby or Junior Food--4 cans 29c TU I l.\ K .V CUTS Spark Plug 52c 11 07 mix D n. G - N A S H I N G A X I S USUAL TERMS JACOB t TRffp, auctioneer. L, C. McGILL, clerk. Buy your stamps a dime at a time, Or a quarter, or even a dollar, Whichever you do won't hurt this ryhme, Hitler's the one who'll holler. Illiutnllon bt Gib Crochet. - BUY WAR BONDS AM) STAMPS 1 S, Tnmuvy Dtponouni. V4 I.U. 1'KG. A M U . I'KEL, OUANCK OH LEMON PEEL I9c --· SnuLn Clara Northern POTATOES V. S NO. 1 STOCK Chios, Cobblers or Triumphs, peck :j(i c 100 i.n IIAC--s; n III A HO Russels ik. 42c JOO IA\. HAG--S2.T3 ! APPLES FANCY J O N A T H A N S 4 Ibs. 25c; box FANCY IIIILICIOUS 3 Ibs.. 25c; bu. FANCY OAXO 4 Ibs. 27c; bu. DOZEN Cake Flour 17c ra 25c 29c Corn Starch 13c nut i it IIA; Dairy Feed $2.30 i 25c 'runes »·/.. CAN (.IIAI'KFHUIT uice litlXI-.S 1». II. VO. :Vc C A N S h K K U l . K t i H Jl]G *HPure Cider 45c 15c DOZEN FLORIDA JUICK 20c Tangerines DOZEN FIX Oranges J-AHGK KI/K Oranges n 25c t I.AnCE HEADS Head Lettuce 25c 35c J-AHGK SIZE FIXWIDA 300 SIZE Lemons (·BEEN TOP Carrots 2 Onions 15c JOc 2 .NO. 2'Xv CANS SUNNY GADEN Peaches 35c I'A.VCY I.AILGK DUDDEO Walnuts Lb 29c LU. I'KO. KXTIIA LABCB Pecan Meats 29c AETNA PEACHES T I Y CHOI'S IN HEAVY BYBUF 2 No. 2Y 2 can*-- 39c I LB. PKG. FANCY Currants ISc .II.IHI.K BLEACHED CELERY, per Ib. : 10 MARSH SEEDLESS Grapefruit 25c Radishes 3 Bchs. JOc GBEE.V TOP Beets 2Bch.s. 15c 6 OZ. JAB Pimentos 25c FAJfCF LIVES Salt 2 Boxes 13C ^ I.U. I'KG. CITBO.V OB CLACK CHERRIES . . . . 25c M). 10 CAN SAKTLKTT Pears 73c Ve Can't AH Fight--But We Can Buy More Bonds CANS RIDERS Tomato Soup 25c I i 07.. CAN Mushrooms 21c .VKW Cabbage OBEEH TOP Turnips **. 09c 14 O7. BOTTLE .^ \rtt. J»UftjL.r 1 Lb. 25c Heinz Catsup 20c 3 Lbs 20c LAD1T CORINNE PRESERVES All Flavors Except Straw- rt+M NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!

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