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La Porte City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1943
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Jr_ octor »y, January 14 " -- Easttfoi Star Officers at a Dinner | Star colors were used for decora- - tions on the table and the enter- tainmeflt for the ed , evening was .. K. Locknart entertain- cards and games. The officers her itaff of Eastern Star of- presented Mrs. Lockhart with a «»d a few quests at a 7 beautiful bed spread for a irif t . o'clock dinner at King's club __ ' list Friday evening. The READ THE WANT ADS. .'1 and; such ft cuUrs, d petit. Something New Has , Er*^ia Been Added! TO THE ASSORTMENT Of PREMIUMS AVAILABLE WITH COUPONS FROM JACK SPRAT FIOUR HAS BEEN ADDED THIS BEAUTIFUL SERVICEABLE. 53.INCH. SAILCLOTH TABLECLOTH, _ SOMETHING NEW HAS BEEN ADDEDTO JACK SPRAT FLOUR TOOL ITS NOW EN. - RICHED WITH VITAMIN 'B|- THAT ALL. IMPORTANT NERVE VITAMIN ~ THE PROGRESS-REVIEW, LA PQRTE dTT. IOWA " - Another Great Novel SOCIETY Page Mrs. Frances ?s 7 ics. Society Editor, Phone 95 F8IDAY6 SATURDAY, JAN. S5-I6 3RTSOS · for?, SPRAT--VITAMIN ENRICHED 49 Lb. 11 Bag CRISCO, 3 Ib. can · Regular 45c a "~VDozen Size ORANGES - SUNKIST 3 Doz. 99c 730 CORN MEAL, 5 Ib. bag ...... 19c NAVY BEANS, 3 Ibs ........ 25c LIMA BEANS, 2 Ibs 29c '"·Large 96 Size Grapefruit 12 for 39C SALT, 2 pkgs. 17c NORTHERN TOWELS 10 CAMAY, 3 bars 22c HEAD IETTUCE -:£f Large, Crisp f lOc DINETTE HIGH QUALITY BROOMS, each 53c CARROTS, 2 lg. bunches 15c CAULIFLOWER, head ..... 25c PASCAL CELERY, 2 for 17c · Social Calendar January ]3 Do'jle S''_\- club w i t h Mrs. Mi '.irerl Woodlty. Fourth division of Iho V.' ' C. S. with Mrs. 0. K. Miles wii Jeimie HnfJC'r assist : I:,L". J a n u a r y ]G W. li. C. at K. of P. hull. January 19 Lotus club with Mrs Ro'.iei Milne. January 20 Number one division of the W S. C. S. with Mis. Hei-bi-r't Anton. January 21 The Dorcas class of thu Evangelical church s-chool will meet with Mrs. Victor IVlerson with Mrs. Harold Sti-ffin assisting. Thursday club with Mrs. C. C . Hager. ! J a n u a r y 22 I Literary Circle w i t h Mrs M F. Lizer, E. O. F. club w i t h Mrs. L. J Tult. January 2.'l Good ChtC'r club at King's club room; 0:30 covered dish supper; Mrs. 0. E. Milts and Mrs. Clark Johnson hostesses. January 25 B. G. B. club in home of Mr.- C. A. Brust with Mr.s. Frank Xab holz as hostess. Mennesse club with Mrs. Ar Olsen. B. G. B. at C. A. Brust hom with Mrs. F. Nabhoh as hostess January 27 L. L. P. C. will meet with Mrs John Bctts. Thrift Club Meets V.'ilh Mrs. Geo. Fell Tl.? t h o Thrift club mot honi ° of Mrs - C' Thursday °r S e Fell : : l t c r i i ! "-- The n.lph Mullcr. Mrs. wore Mrs. Harry Book- «iTr:!l ('lasencr, Edna Koontz "nd Mrs. L. A. Nicko's. The flower committee was appointed for the year by the presi- lun whic-h will b e " Mrs. R a} v ,':., Mrs - Ro - v Koontz and -til's, \ \ i l b u r Bripgs. The next meeting will be on F e b r u a r y -l ;,, the home of Mrs i.v Meyrlen when one-half will - Certain other half of the club w i t h the husbands as guests at o'clock dinner. AFTERJNVENTORY SALE! .:.;:,Visit our "Bargain Dry Goods Counter." On it will be found .".. ,-many useful items at very low prices. Broken sizes and " (- . s antl en d s w hi cn we found when inventory was taken ....j^this week; such as sweaters, curtains, remnants, boys' ·!^i-work shirts, blouses, bobby suits, shop caps, snow suits ^turbans, Parkahoods. Every item on the table a bargain at these reduced prices. Time and tide wait for no man --and neither do the want ads. Closed Wednesday Nights Until April 1 fHOMPSON DEPT. STORE CHOICE LAMBS Mr. Harold Bowers, Cedar Falls, Iowa, says, "I have fed lambs for some time, but I have- never seen lambs DO AS WELL and FINISH AS NICELY as the lambs I fed this year when I self-fed Big Gain as a balancer with my home grown grains." If you are not quite satisfied with your results on feeding lambs, why don't you do like- Mr. Bowers -- Self-feed BIC GAIN M I N E R A L STOCK FOOD with your home grown grains and then compare £JT£ results. Big Gain Products West Union Iowa We're Accepting Orders FOR THE COMING HATCHING For all orders placed this month, two per snt discount for cash and on March"deliv- one dollar per hundred discount from ·egnlar list prices. In giving this March discount, feel that we are giving the irmers of this community addi- mal incentive to further help the production of food supplies necessary at the present time, to the fact of the current of rationing of the red . ^ s, we feel that all the extra production of poultry is just that 'jSMJch more food for our country. "\ Also, for the first time, we have been able to arrange for fire wind insurance on all chicks sold by us, covering- them the st three months while in the brooder house. some orders up to VERGREENlatchery Poultry, Hog and Cattle Feed Poultry Equipment Baby Chicks Started PHONB H* LA PORTE CITY BUY MORE BONDS AND STAMPS! Lyra Chapter Installs Now Officers Tuesday Lyra chapter. Order of Eastern Mar, met Tuesday night for intuition of one new member and nslallation of the new officers or the coming- year. Mrs. W B -ockhart, the retiring worthy natron, presented each of her of- icers with a gift as they retired vhile Mrs. F. E. Lehman sang at the close of the initialion service. Mrs. Inez Clime, past grand marshal, acted as installing officer, and Mrs. J. R. Buser, past worthy matron, as installing ma r- Tlie officers installed were Mrs Irving Anton, worthy matron; A E. Kobcr, worlhy patron; Mrs Henry Lamb, associate matron; W a r r e n Sides, sr., associate of program. Mrs. Urban Bre«her had the i vot.onnl service and the progri vocal solo by M ;jinno solo by Vfi i reading by M J ii ;;i.;;:3 celecti · 1 Glasuner. Uce composed of V. O'Biiun, Jesse ii?rgeman and Ana!i served refresh- ·I. C by A. Th MLS,: Kobe di *. \v 1. B. G. J{. Club Meets With Mrs. Salmon U. C. U. t .];,b , !!Ct ]ast "'K-lil ii. i!\ iu.: U . of Mrs. balmon v.ith .Mrs, J. R Bus n jruest. Awards in bridge to -Mrs. Ktt : , tJooihvin, Mrs ''-;y ii»i.-f. :::-.. Mabel and .Mrs. !.', M!k \ : ibholz Idle Day Club Meets With Mrs. Ralph Waller r n Wnl|pr the Idle Day club last Friday The iftunioon was spent playing jijnochle with awards " Mrs. Le 0 Bauc . r T,, refreshments. Mars screen Gay Sisters" w h i c h comi's In (he great nuvc] "The .,~ ft"{?.ss ssfr. ^"*K : S? ^r^ - - of important novels. Thc picture has- an ' "° , Colman. GI K Young a'dynaTnix' i^''"'" er to the screen makes his dehut in lh?s nicfurr r y " L ' wc ""'- h.s usual «.scual, but forcful self, while oti c ". u ^h""* '"' '" Gr°anfMa. Gene LoM * tl ' ^ ^^ S"$^TM* votary li'on; tary; pa- ., Mrs. Rose Hayzlctt, secre Franklin, treas- Mrs. W. A. Mrs. D. B. Cooper, conducts; Mrs. Warren Sides, associate conductress; Mrs. Fred Garrabrant, chaplain; Mrs. Georgia Orcn, marshal; Milliccnt Cooper, organist; Mrs. Art Olsen \tla; Harriet Sides, Ruth; Mrs' IJ. K. Wcathcrly, Esther; Mrs. J. Goon, jUartha; Morn Electa; Mrs. Halb- Herbert Anton Society Has Program The Evangelical Aid sod-jty ' Wednesday afternoon i,", ·or u social a family dinner. Mrs. K. C. Gravcnhorst of Cedar Rapids, a daughter, Mrs. John Bolte and I Mrs. Ted Richards and families were able to attend. Their other church parlors daughter, Mrs. Will Grobc, of Duluth, Minn., could not be present. Mr. and Mrs. Bcal farmed in Bruce township until they retired to La Porte City in 1908. met thi- ll me Literary Circle j Meets on Friday | The Literary Circle met Friday I afternoon in the home of Mrs. , Harry Morrison for a program I consistinrr of a paper on "Every . W o m a n a Potential Factor for "eicnsc ' given by Mrs. F. E Lehman; Mrs. Jesse Kobcr had America" for her topic, and -Mrs. C. V. Barnhnrt gave the current event topic. Second Division Meets Tuesday Division two of the W. of the Methodist church the home of Mrs. H. D. Bcal . . . Tuesday. Mrs. John Bolte led the S. C. S. met on devotional service and the committee was composed of Mrs. Bcal. Mrs. Ted Richards, Mrs. C. W. Bard, Mrs. Will Sawyer and Mr.s. M. L. Haven. Vardcn; W. A. Franklin, "soiit'i- itl. As Mrs. Irving Anton, worthy n a t r o n , was escorted to her sta- I don in the w hi| c Mrs. | Unman sang she was presented a shoulder corsage of flowers .I'oin Hit chapter by Mrs. A. E. Kobcr, and a basket of roses by 1 Warren S u f c Q a r . from her. Tourist Club Meets family. At the close of the. inata!- With Mrs T «J T *TM~ lation Mrs. W. R. Lockhart pro-) K ~ L ' b ' Larsen scnted Mrs. Inez Glimc a basket! Thc Tourist club was cntcrlain- of flowers and a gift for h e r l e d in lhc h °me of Mrs. L. R. Lar: e i vices for the evening and dur-i 5cn on Thursday at a l : yo lunching the year. Mrs. Wcldon Bettsl 00 "' " f t c r which they player! Mrs. Lockhart with the bri( Jge. The committee consisted of past matrons' jewel and Warren; Mrs. Larscn, Mrs. Art Olscn, Mrs. ·Sides, sr. presented E. F. ~ belts, the retiring patron, w i t h a r i f l . Mrs. Lockli.irl also presented ·Jr.-,. J. li. Buser,/Tnstalling mar- 'lial, .Mrs. George H / M a r t i n , in- dialling organist, and Mrs. A. E. Kober, installing ctmplani, with gifls. At the close of the meeting Mrs. Tib-| T u n n Booth, Mrs. John O'oon, Mrs. George H. Martin and Mrs. Oakley Driscol. . It. F. H a w k i n s and her committee served refreshments. Mrs. Smith Hostess To Mennesse Club Mrs. Everett Smith was host ess to the Mennesse club lust t Monday afternoon when a rles- | scrt luncheon was served followed by bridge for entertainment. Awards went to Mrs. Art Olson and Mrs. H. G. Johnnn.scn. Mrs. Court Hawley was elected a mt'm- Mrs. Fred Garrabrant E. 0. F. Club Hostess Mrs. Fred Garrabrant was host- bcr of the club. C'SS lasl Friday to the E. O. F. I -club -with Mrs. John Butts as a Legion Auxiliary to ·iwards going Mr.s. Hugh Bells. to Mrs. John Salmon and Heals Celebrate "th Anniversary Mr. and Mr.s. H. D. Bcal celc- Goon, Tn(1 Legion Auxiliary will meet Mrs.! Mon day night in the Legion hall for a regular meeting. Thc committee is composed of Mrs. Roger Brcmcr, Mrs. C. V. Barnhart, Mrs. Harry Hcacock and Mrs. Warren Hughes on arrangements and refreshments. La Porte City Sales Co. Next Sale Saturday, Jan. 16 125 HEAD OF CATTLE 50 head of Whiteface yearling heifers, 550-600 Ibs. 10 head of Shorthorn calves. 10 head of young milk cowa Some yearling steers. Two Shorthorn bulls, coming two years old. Remainder mixed cattle. 50 HEAD FEEDER PIGS, 80 TO 100 LBS. . A PEW HORSES ANTON. CLARK JURCENS, Owners PHONE 209 I'ENNY DRIVE Harry L. Grange, principal of Hie Indianola hir-h school, has announced that he hopes Indianola nigh school sludcnts will locate 10,000 pennies. One thousand pennies were collected in one week by Ihc students and Ihe money went into war slumps. PiMlOf VALUES Stock Up On SCHOOL SUPPLIES Crayims lilnul Smoothly . of H ' -vi-r Mvi-lianical 1'cncil t r a n s p a r e n t barrel, eraser. lOc 29c I ' l i i i i l i ' d Wedge Shaped Erasers f i l r.-.-i-r any standard .--ixi'. lilue flexibU- w h i l e paper. 5c 5c You Need To MAKE -- MEND -- SAVE Home Sewing Speeds Victory! Fine White Cotton Thread Hall Darning Cotton 5c Super quality 0- cord c it I i o n thread you need for every sewing job. In. Mcrccrixcd Bias Tupc 5c F i n e q u a l i t y lawn dyrjd to clear, rich colors. 4 yd. package. Mil-Jin Tape Measure 5c Plashon Thimlilr-i ; c 7 In. Slide Fastener 25c '/i Inch Diamond Mesh Lace -Yd. ac 5c Mend those hosiery runs in time! 100 yards, all wanted shades. Pretty Stamped Pieces 29c 35c Your choice of towels, pot hold!i-s, scarfs and pillow tops. limbroiderj- Cotton 2 for 5c l'Ja.slic Buttons Dot. Crocket Cotton 3kein 2(k ftich Satin Finish Rayon Ribbon Yd Bakery Fresh Cookies WE JfAVE JUST RECEIVED TWO LARGE SHIPMENTS THIS WEEK LjA ' U * L Giant Lemon Cookies Cream Sandwich Oatmeal Raisin Iced Spiced Sunkist Fi£ Bars Chocolate M. M. Puffs Chocolate Pathfinder Chocolate Chip Cookies 20 Cir* You Will Enjoy Shopping at 5cto$1.00 Cl - lEWSPAPERI lEWSPAPERf

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