Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa on January 28, 1943 · Page 2
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La Porte City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 28, 1943
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Page Six CLASSIFIED ADS J V . -._ ^. r 7ord CLASSIFIED RATES Classified ads are one cent pci word for each insertion, w i t h a m i n i m u m of 25 cents per order. For ex- nmp'.i;, a 10-word ad will cott 23 cents for cither one or t u o insertions, but only 30 c i n u for three times. A M.r\ cu c! argir of 10 cents is ;iddul t j "keyed" advcrlise- nitnt'- cnl'ms* foi ,-cplies to be sent to this office instead jf t!:e advertisers. Terms are cah except for business r.ou^cs CCL:T\ i:'.£ r e g u l a r ledger accounts at this office. Livestock FOR SALE: Tulips, Iris, Peonies. f FOR SALE RTisrcllancoim S T O V E A.ND 22c .1 jrallo'i S t a t i o n LIGHT GAS-at L. J. Tutt's 1-tf G R E E N C O L O N I A L FURNACES. P h n r i r - . ' .".i7 a rd 50-11. W. A. F i a n M i n 1-tf. VSE B H I A K D A L E COFFEE and \ i i m biTak r u*.t will be good. Bru-iV G'.ncn.-. 1-tf FOR S A L E toes. Bill Eiirly and late pota- IjOttoma, phone 451. . Bettcr plant now than in spring. Ta:;:r«r orders for Glads, Dahlias srd other bulbs for spring delivery. List Free. Waterloo Bulb Farms, Rt. 218. 1-tf FURNISHED FOR RENT FOR RENT: 7-room house in the third block below the bank, Inquire of W. N. Loveless, first house north funeral home. 52-tfc Furniture I apartment downstairs for rent. Mrs. Belle Ohland. l-3c FOR SALE--Slip covered davenport and chair; wicker rocker; oak buffet; standard size pool _ table with cues and balls and) rack; coil spring single cot; end. tables; electric sandwich toast-! cr. Mrs. Ralph Brown. 3-2p Sixty-Five Meeting FOR SALE: Pressure gas stove, battery radio, and other household goods. Reasonable. Mrs. Minnie Smith. Can be seen evenings. 2-2p Guests of Iowa Canning Company at Corn, Tomato, Pea Growers Dinner Sixty-five farmers who are FOR SALE--Combination book case and desk. Fred S. Carra.) interested in growing sweet corn, brant. 3.3c tomatoes and beans were entertained by the Iowa Canning Co. FOR " ' ' SALE: 3x12 all-wool Ax- minister rug. Marie Belts, phone 87. 2-2c FOR SALE: White kitchen cabinet. Wcisort's Garage. l-3p FOR SALE--Hobart piano. Phone 332. und Kable l-3p 3-2c Insurance EASY TO FEED--Sargent's Min- ral Men' Tor hogs. Farm- cis Sui)[jl Co. 1-tf A G E N C Y rOU GIIOLSON'S baby riling 21-35, Mrs. H. E. , La Porte City. 2-2p chick- Jlomo T W O GALLONS OF GOOD OIL-51.20 at L. J. T u t f s Station. 1-rf CLEANER'S SOLVENT AT L. J. Tutt's Station. Real Estate ~ i-tf FOR THE BEST INSURANCE in life, fire and auto see G. E. Loveless, I'tfc FOR AUTOMOBILE msurar-.ce phone 31, Anna W. Kober. 1-tf '· "SERVICES Reuair Work I FARM ritOPERTY INSURANCE written on installment plan at actual Kobcr, cost through Agent. BODY, FENDER REPAIRING --Dents removed, repainted to match perfecty. Our work will please you, Co. Drive in. Leo Motor 1-tf Jesse 0. 1-tf 1 Miscellaneous FOR S-VLE: Modern house with 2 loti on Chestnut street. F. W. Kobcr. 3_2 C A PARTMENT for rent. Inquire at Fred S. Garrabrant's Jewelry and Gift Shop. 3_3c NO HUNTING signu for sale at this office. AGENCY F O R W A T E R L O O Laundry and Unique Cleaners. Harry Esher Barber Shop. 2-9p WHEN YOU HAVE poultry or eggs to dispose of, in La Porte City it's Fosse's. B3"4c WANTED GIRL WANTED. Chas. King. 3-2c C, A. Brust BRIARDALE STORE HOME OF FINER FOODS Dawn Fresh Frozen Food FRUITS VEGETABLES FISH Friday SPECIALS Saturday 19c 25c 25c 25c 29c FRESH YELLOW CORN MEAL 5-Pound Sack FRESH RYE GRAHAM FLOUR 5-Pound Sack FRESH WHEAT GRAHAM FLOUR 5-Pound Sack . . . . . FRESH WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 5-Pound Sack . . . . GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5-Pound Sack BRIARDALE 24/ 2 Lb. Sack ENRICHED 49 Lb. Sack FLOUR FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER Per Pound GOOD LUCK VEGETABLE SPREAD Per Pound SEEDLESS RAISINS 2-Pound Package IDAHO RED BEANS 3-Pound Sack NAVY BEANS 3-Pound Sack GREAT NORTHERN BEANS 3-Pound Sack CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP 6 Bars 49c 28c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c of Vinton last Friday at a dinner in the basement of the Presbyterian church, served by the ladies of the church Following the dinner, J. J. Kel- Icy of Triple A office in Waterloo, Mr. Lindemun, the company's sales manager of Des Moines, and Howard T. Miller, production ·nanagcr for the company of Vin- .on, gave talks in regard to canning this coming year. Mr. Miller told the man how water proof boxes would bp used this year for shipping overseas or a good deal of the food will be dumped into the water to be picked up later by other ships. Also that the Iowa Conning Co. paid as high as $3 a ton higher for sweet corn here last year than any other factory around. A hot dish pad wns presented to each man present and ten cases of corn were given away. To close the entertainment fo r the afternoon the men attended a free movie at the Mars theatre. The snow and severe cold weather kept many from attending who would have otherwise. A. H. Brewer, superintendent of the factory here, mode arrangements for the day. the animal long. had not been there FLOWERS *UK CHRISTMAS Mrs. H. H. Huffman of Waterloo received flowers for Christ- _^^^_ ia y, i Emil II'ing, of the- ] Read the want ads! N O T I c ... _.. . _ _._ _ _ Annual meeting t mas, the gift of her son, connected! City Rural Fire Co. with the consular service in India,] Wednesday, J n n u a s j The flowers were delivered with o'clock at Comr'U"i' the aid of the National Red Cross j DALLAS H office in Washington, D. C., and' 2-c IDA GROVE, IOWA -- George and Karl Hoffman (left to right above), brothers of Ida County, Iowa, are America's undisputed hog raising champions. At the recent Chicago Market Fat Stock Competition, the wartime edition of the world famous International Live Stock Exposition, they won all firsts in the hog carlot division, and the Grand Championship over" all breeds with the 260 pound Berkshires shown above. The Hoffmans had twice previously won the International Carlot championship in 1939 and 1941, but never before had anyone won all firsts. The brothers' farms near here look not unlike thousands of other farms of the state. No special hog raising fauipment is used. All of the Hoffmnns' hogs are pure bred Berkshires. Representatives Head Committees Black Hawk county's two stata representatives received prominent assignments on major committees as the new state legislature organized last week. Arch McFarlanc, veteran of nearly 30 years at Des Moincs. was named chairman of the Ways and Means committee, and by virtue of that appointment will be one of the influential members of the interim committee which represents the legislature between sessions. Dcwey Butterfield was named FOR VICTORY BUY WAR STAMPS FROM HIGH TOWER A wire used by Frederick Decker in repairing the top of his windmill on his farm near Clarence almost caused fatal injuries It waa blown by the wind until it came in contact with the high line. Decker was knocked out by the shock and"" fell ' to the ground where it is thought that his contact with the ground started his heart beating again. He was able to walk to the house without as sistance. He was badly bruised am the palms of his hands were burned. ranking member of the Military Affairs committee, and will also serve on the Appropriations committee as well as heading the litics and Towns committee. McFarlane was named to appropriation committee. sled, driven by Bob Koerner, it decided not to wait as Bab made a delivery and started off on their own initiative. Some small damage was done to various cars parked along the streets, but otherwise the event ended happily. Dean Huppert Is Given Promotion Dean L. Huppert, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huppert of La Porte City, Iowa, has been pro_ moted to the rank of corporal technician at Eastern Signal Corps Center at Fort Monmouth, N. J, and assigned to the enlisted men's department of the school there for study in radio. the RUNAWAYS MODERN HUNTING What with a shortage of shells, ] etc., Ern McKean of Hamburg I was considered lucky to obtain a fox so easily as he did recently. On his way to town he discovered A team used for delivering start-1 a fox hanging on a fence, caught ed 1943 off with a bang and caus-lby a hind leg. With the aid of a cd some slight excitement for Le-'club, Em was able to dispatch the Mars residents. Hitched to a bob- fox. The fur was not damaged as TRAGIC ACCIDENT? A much damaged car smeared with red in the interior received the careful scrutiny of many passerby, and speculation arose as to a possible casualty list only to be disillusioned Inter. The auto accident, near Storm Lake, was caused when August Bartelle and his family of South Dakota came upon ice in the road and skidding! threw the car out of control No one waa seriously injured, and the red--just raspberry jam. LONG DISTANCE CALLING A telephone call, placed some seventeen hours earlier made the Herbert Barnes family of Crcsco very happy. It was arranged so that they might get in touch with their- son, Corp. Herbert Barnes, jr., stationed in Honolulu. Mr. Barnes and his daughter, Mrs. Charles Stacbell, were unable to wait for the call to be successfully completed, so were unable to talk to the boy. LIBERTY LIMERICKS "These Bonds," said a milkman in Rye, "Will win us control of the eky, And I'm happy to know That a tenth of my dough Will help blast the Axis sky-high I" SUm ha JMKcnt off your p.y ctay week---to* Ww 9*.rlav Bondi or Sump.. Don't !··»· It to the other Mlaw. vul PRUNES--Fancy Santa Claras Del Monte Pack, 50-60 Size, 2 Ibs DRIED APRICOTS--Fariby Blenheims Moist and Meaty, pound HERSHEY COCOA, '/ 2 pound NESTLES SEMI-SWEET CHOCOLATE CHIPS, package BORDENS EAGLE BRAND MILK FOR CANDY MAKING NESTLES SWEETENED COCOA For Hot Chocolate, "/ 2 Ib. pkg. HERSHEY'S BAKING CHOCOLATE, '/ 2 Ib. 15 C CHOCOLATE SYRUP, '/z pint bottles . . .15c MINUTE TAPIOCA, package . 15c 33c 35c 13c 15c 23c CARNATION MILK FOR INFANT FEEDING SALAD DRESSING, pint jar. Quart Jar 43c 23c FLOUR OMAR--The Wonder Hour--49 Ibs. . .$2.29 SEAL OF MINNESOTA--49 Ibs $2.19 5 Lbs. Omar Flour 27c GOOD LUCK--The Economical Spread for Bread, pound TENDERSWEET PEAS--Full No. 2 Size Can, Tendersweet "Chubbies" . FRUIT COCKTAIL, pint glass jar. DEL MONTE PEAS--No. 3 Sieve Finest Quality, No. 2 size cans GERBERS BABY FOODS, 3 cans CRUSHED PINEAPPLE--Large 2'/ 2 size can 29c No. 10 Tins $1.09 RATH'S BACON SQUARES, Ib 21c RATH'S PURE LARD, pound 19 C HOLLAND HERRING, drum $1.09 28c 15c 23c 20c 25c WE WANT MORE EGGS Drive up front or rear - - - Blow your horn TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT--Fine Quality Marsh Seedless, 8 for SUNKIST ORANGES--That Popular 220 Size, dozen CRISP HEAD LETTUCE, head KRAFTS' CHEESE, 2 ib. boxes SUNSHINE "KRISPY" CRACKERS 2 Ib. caddy 25c 37c 79c 33c USE ANTON'S MILK r quart ,g c Quality Cream, '/ 2 pint, 13c; Pint, 25c La Porte City Sales I Next Sale Saturday, J m. 15 Head Ewes. 10 Piggy Brood Sows. 75 Head Mixed Cattle. Some Feeder Pigs. ANTON. CLARK JURCENS, 0 PHONE 209 SemGuk^ HEARTOFTHE RIO GRANDE CO-HIT || SMILEY BUI FAY mi EDITH FEU PIERRE Wfl JOE STRAUC TUB WEAVEB BEOS. A in "SHEPHARD OF C Onward the charge . . . wrecking, destroying everything m his path! Can these jungle lovers escape the giant hoofs reaching out to crush them? You'll thrill to this great adventure Romance IN TECHNICOLOR. SUN M \ T mi Elizabeth Pal A D D E D V A R I E T I E S LATEST M "HAIR BRAINED II "B K 1 NEWS HYPNOTIST" 11XK EVENTS || COI.OR CARTOON II NO Darling Beauty . . . Thrilling Spectacle . . . Sensational Stars . . . Songs, Laughs GaZore.'.' TUE Tl Jan. '· Guc ADDED HITS

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