Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa on January 21, 1943 · Page 5
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January 21, 1943

Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa · Page 5

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-Thursday, January 21 _rGRESS-L SOCIETY Pythian Sisters in K. of P. hall. Februarv 3 Highland club with Mrs. George Rothmeier. February 4 Thrift club with Jlrt. Ray Hey. dcn with husbands guests for din- Mrs. Frances Nies, Society Editor, Phone 95 Social Calendar January 22 "; Olson. ·January 27 L. L. P. C. with Mrs. John Betts. W. S. C. S. in Methodist chuixh with covered dish dinner at 1 l a i i u t * * / -- » · ^ff f I Literary Circle with Mrs. 11. J-- o'clock. Tj zer " i Presbyterian missionary society E O F \\ith Mrs. L. J. Tutt.|i n home of Gertrude Gardner. January. 23 , , Friindly Neighbors UN-day Good Ch''r club at King s club meeting in home of Mrs, t rank room- 1 6:3 0 covered diih supper, Kavalier. with *0. E Mi'cs and Mrs. Clark J a ruary 29 Johnson hosiers. 1 Double Six with Mrs. P. K JanaAry 21 Weatherly. Mennes^? ciub men's party at I February 1 Everett Smith home. , Past Noble Grand Circle A-UV Junnry 2.". i Miss Dora Kruse ' assisted by Mrs E G B. club in C. A. Brust Glen Haven · home with Mrs. F. Nabliolz host _ , February 2 ess. | club wiht Mrs. A r t ' l e r . Lotus club with Mrs. John M i ' _ I. 0. 0. F. and Rebekahs [n Joint Installation The jqjni installation of the Odd Fellows and the Rebekahs took place last Friday night. The Hud son staff was present and did the installing. x For the Odd Fellows the officer* are Ralph Moore, noble grand; Double Six Club Meets With Mrs. Woodley ed the Double Six club last was employed as office manager and billing clerk with the Grigg's Cooper company in Aberdeen before enlisting in the navy on June 9 He is now a signalman, . . . . . ,,, IL IT c c v M a 10 o j ' a t a dessert luncheon at Kings on the U. S. S. Y. M. S. 12 and i - ,.. . . . ff b "stationed in New York where| ^ ^^ "^'"T " " his bride will join him in the future. Tourist Club Has Religious Program CORRECTION Our item last week telling »P.,t,,c Hi: 1 " w,\s in error. It '--! Marshall who did i u t i i K. OLI- apologies to I Mrs J. H. Goon. Ernest Ncimeyer, vice gran^l; Mrs. Weldon Betts, Mrs L. Pythian Sisters j Installation Feb. 2 i -lllo Lu llu HWll i Clf B Tourist club met on Thursday | Thc ing , allati(m of the home -of Mrs. L, J. Tutt fur the following program on 1 Religion at Home": Mrs. Roy F. Wanner gave a paper on "God. Our Partner in the Home" and V I. f t ! - 9M' * hull" ( 'ck t th is ind c t o - . rank _ in KL iiich ret rart. IN Dinette Sets $ 22 - 95 Dinner Sets--Service for 6 5 6.95 Pelt Base Rugs, 9x12 . $ 2.99 Ladies' and Children's Gloves . . 59c - 49c Gloves and Mittens for Boys and Girls 29c-35c-43c Men's 8 Oz. Overalls §1.49 Boys Overalls Men's Covert Cloth Shirts and Pants Men's Chambray Shirts 98c f en's Plaid and Plain Flannel Shirts $ 1.19 Gal. Pure Penn Oil ^ -Alcohol--188 Proof--gal 89c 1 Closed Wednesday Nights Until April 1 Gamble Store w. R. LOCKHART Clyde Jenks, recording secretary: P. W. O'Brien, financial secretary: Burrel Wilder, treasurer; Kennctn Clark, warden; Louis Larson, conductor, Joe Vopela\, msidi guard; Wesley Jebe, oLtsicic guard; Henry Thede, R. Sup to X G.; Herbert Johonn«en, 1 Sup. to N. G.; Clyde A n t n n , R. Sup. to V. C.; Shelby Bellinger L. Sup. to V. G.; Roy Brown. E Scene, support; Geoigc Abel. L Scene, ·support; .1 B. \V-,il(k-n haplain; Robert Howcll, musician lenry Thedc was ro.clcctcd fo nistcc for three years. Thc officers for the Rcbckah- re Jlr;. Wcslej Jcbe, nobh grand; Mrs. John Miller, vice r i n n d ; Lois Misxner. ^cci Urt. Henry Peter. jr.. financ-.a' secretary; Mrs. Frank Gravc'i- lorst, treasurer; Mrs. Evcrttl warden; Mrs Diuc 1 F l i c k i n g er, conductor; Mrs. Hans Andcr.son nside guard; Mrs. Bert E'liott outside guard; Mrs. John Rein hardt, R. Sup. to N. G.; Mrs 0, car Van Fleet, L. Sup. to N. G Mrs. Henry Bookmticr, R Sun. to V. G.; Miss Dora Kruse, L. Sup to V. G., Mrs. Glenn Haven, chip am; Mrs Everett Bnvon, mu--i :mn. After the installation, Mrs. ROY Brown and her committee served refreshments, which was followed by a dance. Ferguson, Mrs. George H. Martin ind Mrs. Wagner took part in ho'al readings, "Praise fo a Good iVoiran." Proverbs 3K10 to 31, 'The Highwayman" by Alfred \ojcs and "Father William" by Carrol. 525; -s lavec,: the Pythian Sisters officers \vas from January 19 tn the HIM ivfiii- lar meeting on February 'i. Mrs. Heacock Honored At Farewell Party A group nf friends gathered in I the home of Mrs. Harry Heacock on Wednesday for a covered dish ;linner at a farewell surprise be_ fore Mrs. Heacock and daughter, Gloria, lc:uc on February 2 for S.iusalifo, Calif, to make their hemp. Mi. Hcncock left for California some time ago and ib now permanently located as janitor of one of the schools in Sausahto, a town of JOOO inhabitants. EARLY A P R I L FOOL A mounted coik pht.nar.t vva.^ placed beside the road by R a \ - mond Linn of G u t h r i e Center then he hid to w a t c h the f u n . The bird attracted six carloads of hunters, who stopped their cars and took ~hots at the bird, One hunter, shooting a small c,mm:i, Knocked j the bird o\er. He then picked it up, smoothed its fe.iHiL'is and set it back to fool olhei Hunter^ coning along the road. Dorcas Class Has Meeting Thursday The Dorcas class of the Evangelical church school met Thurs- lay afternoon in the home of Mrs Victor Peterson with Mrs. Harolc Stcffin assisting. Mrs. Albert A n t o n hud charge of the devotions service and contesst and two pocins read by Mrs. Charles Rup. pnch furnished the entcrrsin incnt. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. l,LX'K\ TIM) Mrs. Looit-r Spot (5, Buttle cck, lost a pur^c w l u l o shopping n Ida Grove. Inn. Jul not notici. he loss foi ; day o r (.wo When | he rctLrncti to look for Ihe lost I irticlc l a t c i , Ihe pur'-o \ \ a ^ found i n a local stoic; uhiri-' it h.uij ecn kept for the right fill ov, nvr. j A clerk had f o u n d Iho p u ' s o .Hid urned it in to the stoie office 'or safekeeping. Money To Loan Loans Made £cr Purchasing, Refinancing or the Remodeling of Yc ur Lwme Small Monthly Payments That Fit Your Income. Like Paying Rent. La Porte Building and Loan Assn. C. A. Bnur, Pres. M. L. Haven, Sec. Wcldon Betts, Chairman Friendly Neighbors Plan Day-Long Meeting The Friendly Neighbors will have their first alLday meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 27 in the home of Mrs. Frank Kavalier from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Members are asked to bring covered dish, sandwiches and table service. The first project lesson -w.il! presented by the leaders, Mrs,. Will Herman and Mrs. Francis Chris. ttan. The December meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Will Herman with a large crowd attending. FuL The W. S. C. S. of the Metho. lowing the business meeting in f \^i church will meet in the church charge of the club president, Mr^ |p n 1 ] 0 |, on Wednesday, Jan. 27 for Henry Pctei s, sr., the afternoon | ,, covt'itil tlMi dinner, after which was spent with contests. Thc host | j[ l s n Harvey, a returned mission- ess served rcfieshments at the ai .y fioni Singapore, will give an J. Paul Nickerson Weds Grundy Center Girl J. Paul Nickerson, of Grundy Center, who was formerly employ cd in Ilawley'b Drug store, was married to Marjorie Daniels of G r u n d y Center last week at the Little Eronii church near Nashua. Mr. Nickerson is in the service, .stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash. He is a corporal in the medicul corps. Christian Service Group Has Meeting close of the afternoon. COUPON TANGERINES EACH 1C (Limit 25 with this Coupon) ^MUSTARD, Jack Sprat, 8/ 2 -°z- Jar sIlMITATION VANILLA, 8-oz. bottle ; ;iHUSKY DOG FOOD, pkg. Your Choice 9c Masons Install New Officers Tuesday Trowel lodge, No. 21G, IMACARONI, Jack Sprat, 2--12-oz. pkgs. ^FRENCH DRESSING, 8-oz. bottle ' CATSUP, J. S. 14-oz. bottle Your Choice 19c ^PEANUT BUTTER, J. S., 16-oz. jar ·^'CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP, 3 cans ·^'OATMEAL, Mayflower, 5-lb. box : f ,'WOODBURY'S SOAP, 4 cake special Your Choice 29C II Fruits Vegetables | GAUZE GANGES, 200 Size, doz. . 39c T I S S U E iRAPEFRUIT, lug. Size, 6 for A. F i n L e i c s t i n g talk. Lotus Club Meets With Mrs. Milne Lolm t l u b 'net w i l h Mrs. Rob_ A. M., installed their new o f . j c r l Milm «n Tuesday for a social ficers foi the year on Tuesday night in the Masonic hall W. A. Sides, sr. acted as installing inns, ter; Herbert Halbfass as instal_ ing maishall, and Ucv. R. H. Sup. plee as chaplain. The officers arc ;is follows: Wcldon Betts, worshipful master; Atlee Wilcox, senior warden; Keith Kline, junior warden; J. O. Kober, secretary; Irving Anton, treasurer, Kay Kobcr, senior deacon; C. N. Case, junior deacon; Dr. E. C. Pcndlcbury, senior stew. ard; L. C. McGill, j u n i o r steward; H. C. Esher, tyler. M. L. Haven was elected trustee i^r three years. a f L t r n o o n , doing fancy work and At the close of the afternoon the hostess served refresh, ments. Fraternity Class Enjoys a Party Fralrnity class of the Methodist church school mot last Thursday night in tlic home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Supplce for a covered dish supper, a f t e r which the evening was, spent playing games and vi. .siting. PASCAL CELERY, 2 stalks IAULIFLOWER, ig. head .. IARROTS, 2 bunches APPLES WINESAPS 19c 23c 15c No. 1 Bed DEUCIOUS 4 Lbs. 29c 3 Lbs. 2Sc 9 Roll* 39c Cream Sandwich COOKIES 2 Lbs 35c DRY GOODS STAMPED GOODS SCARFS, 18x36 49c PILLOW CASES, Wearweli Tubing 42 in $119 PILLOWTOPS . . . 2 5 C - 4 9 C BY GIFTS BABY PEPPERAL CRIB BLANKET. $1.49 PURITY BLANKET, White, 30x50 . $2.49 SACQUES, Flannel, Satin 35c - 69c BOOTIE SETS 59c HOSE, Sizes 4'/ 2 to 6, White. . 29c KIDDIES'SOAP, 3 in box 25c OMPSON DEFT. STORE ·First Division Meets With Mrs. Herb Anton Division one of the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church met in the home of Mrs. Herbert A n t o n on Wednesday with Mrs. C V. Barnhart, Mrs Anna B a r n h a i t Mrs. W. A. Franklin and Mr^ | Walter Berryhill aq assisting host_ | esses. Mrs. Ray Anton had charge of the devotional service and Mrs. Carl Hay, the progiam, in which the following took part: Bee Ann Ballheim, Rayona Bagenstos, Carmen Abbott, Virginia William- and Ann Pcndlcbury played piano selections and Marlys Jean Bible and Charles Supplcc, clarinet solos. CARD OF THANKS Mrs. H, R. Grummann (nee Susnn Frost) withes to express her sincere appreciation for the flowers, the expression of sympathy and the many kindnesses extended to her at the time of SEE WHAT 9C WILL BUY 250 FACIAL TISSUES S o f t , full size A big 15c value! Foi ]uvnkie3, fncml IK, etc. 9c WORK OR DRESS SOCKS Rayon ··tnpul iln o r " I'lllldll \ \ l ) l k M .iml'-ss tot 1 -. , Micks sot'k-i, her mother's death. 3-lc VlBERTY UMEfflCKS Lois Gott Weds South Dakota Man Mr. and Mrs. Per!c Gott announce the marriage of their daughter, Lois Luclla, to Harvey W Gcllhaus of Frankfort, S Dak., son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Gillhaus. The marriage took place on Nov. 7, 1942 in the First St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran parsonage in Chicago, III. Rev. Henry Xowert officiated in the double ring cerc- The bride was graduated from the Vinton high school with the class of 1936, after which she was employed us bookkeeper and teller in the Vinton State Bark, later in the First National Bank in Aberdeen, S. Dak. and the last three months has been in Chicago. Mr. Gellhaus was graduated from the Frankfort, S. Dak. highl school and then attended business | college and Northern State Teachers college in Aberdeen. Ho There WBB a young fanner named John, Who said to himself-"Well, I ewanl Defense Bonds get bigger In value I figger While helping our Victory on." 9 IK. WHITE DINNER PLATES 9c Your chance to save lQ'/ on thrifty, durable stmi-porcclain whiteware, at thia low price. NEW OVENPROOF GLASSWARE Tamous Fire King quality. Utility bowl, pic plate or casserulc to usi- for baking nnd serving. 18x36 INCH FLOOR MATS Regular IBc s u p e r v.tlucs in "throw" size mills. M a n y lovely colors and bright patterns. 9c LOCKNIT DISH CLOTHS Made to hold their shape. Won't 3 break from twisting Handy 12 12 inch size. ALSO MANY MORE THRILLING 9c VALUES 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c 9c Fine-Spun Cotton Mop Head Yarn sewed Into Ijprd lop 1 o? Non-Explosive Cleaning I'luid 3 ounce can. la ord(irl' lf i , Textured Fiber Window Shades Buff, green, ecru 3xC .'xjt cut 'nz' 4 7-8 In. Crystal Utility Bowls For aorvJiig or HlorlnR food 15 7-8 x 10 In. Jig Saw Tuples Real color phologruphi 223 P« Pure Gum Spirits of Turpentine Dependable Ihmntr for paints. 6 nr FOU Easy-lo-Apply Enamel Paints Favorllc quick-to-dry lypc. 20 Sheet Package of Sandpaper Aborted grlls 4Ux£h In shctts horr Glass Cup and Saucer embo9«ed 'oaf dcnlRn Highly %lu-Ktl Plastic Measuring Spoon Set 4 drlachablc nlzca on rinK Many Styles in Plastic Combs Clear color or soft pulcl.H Assorted Sizes, 1'aint Brushes Fiber and horsehair. 'A. 1. or 1V4 Inches. SALE STARTS SATURDAY, JAN. 23RD. BE HERE EARLY You Will Enjoy Shopping at Byam's 5c to $1 "* 'SPAPERJ

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