Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa on January 28, 1943 · Page 4
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January 28, 1943

Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa · Page 4

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City Personals o: Gr.rr.r r.-d hor coir.miuee are in charge - - p i ' L - - - si;" ir-r.rjri'mne;s. : · ·:·-- ' ;i ^ Mr--. :.!yr:l* Mullins of Waterloo ".-a^-.i ^a.*: Saturday to make an -n-eo'- w^i v.\. t :.i.-.J v,-it w i t h hur sister, Mrs. - - rr .·'-..'. K r . " V Kcffr'.on. The Edpetons will i S.'.'.uiday to the house va, - - ' r ' '_ ···. Mr.-. Harry Heacock. Club," in the home of Mrs. Mar}' Hollis of Hudson last Friday. Mrs. Briggs showed her paintings in water colors and tried to show the comparison of recent paintings to those of more ancient times. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Brennan . .RED AND GOLD WeeUy Publication of the La Porte City School and Mr. and Mrs. Harve Mahood entertained at 7 o'clock dinner Tuesday night in honor of Dean Brennan, who leaves for the array Friday morning -- the third of the' Brennan boys to enter the armed services. Guests attending were ''- P.. E. Fi Id- 'ntertained Robert Teeter, Bill Pearson, RusJ h-id-jc club on Tuesday at a'sell Johnson, Kirk MeQuilkin and · ' ;-hi-on, afu-i which the [George and Russell Young. The · ·" · .»- f.HT.; playing bridge ! color scheme was red, white and . · '- ..!·-£.' :o M i - . Gjorcjo bh.e. S | Mr. and Mi-. John Abbolt onto U ' i a i n i d M i s . Fri'd \Voo!man and , n ' c ' - d i ' - g h ' t r in l a w , M*"-'. Hub[-r'. \ ' ' c o ' - an iff Wu'rrloo, and Mr. 'in ' .".' .'ack Kalzr.-a-i ,:rd d a u g h t e r . .-Hi'ii-i Kali ry.i, on Tlrj'-day ,, ^ i - 1'nd Wi f iii.iii i^ a si te; c . ',1 . A u b c l l V and Mr-. ICj'zirar ,i ii i.iti'e. Mr. Katzman i- in th'- RED AND GOLD STAFF Editor-in-chief Ruth Coburn Associate Editor Richard Kocher G. A. A. Reporter Zaida Selk Hi-Y Reporter Vern Foster Athletics and L Club . Jack Lesh Spotlight Club James Kahler Voice and Instrumental Music Ruth Vopelak F. F. A. ._ Don Willwerth Freshman Class Reporter Mildred Casey Sophomore Class Reporter L Daryl McBride Junior Class Reporter Wellwood Blough Senior Class Reporter Merle McBride Typist Marlys Stahnke Sponsor - Mr. Hembera Biographies this schedule this year. She member of Glee club f or ty. and home economics club '. Mark Williams-- Mark was born i year, but she has K i U n th~ on a farm ten miles from La i "P so that she ma;, core- Porte City, near "Glory," which more on her r e g u K r ^ K " place almost everyone is familiar] J^cts. with, on August C, 1924. He is the I Horseback riding third son of Mr. and Mr.=;. Ensign and f.ivoriio . .. as Mark has three kctball comes in fo. °" choice. At sue. farm, Yiigii ·.1 Ri · I ' I ' I - ' K ! in am! will be jr. who i = f a if in the itr'i f i n :i , h"- v if". M r in L i , ' i - k , :.',d In- I K ' ! ! - ['"- _, J( i; navy nnd ha 1 - been s l a t i u n L i l at E;irl Panama Ca/ial fo r the past yeai Ian- and a half ami is home on a .'iO| 'liiy f u r l o u g h awaiting ship rc.i liairs while Mrs. Katzniari h niak-' ing her home- in Waterloo. Huberl I \Voolm'.m ivcnt into the scivice on J a n u a i y 5 and is taking his baait ti m i n i n g at Ft. Francis, \Vyomirg. IK i- well known in La Porte City .1- iiL 1 was employed by Mr. Abbott for about t h i c t ycaii as a puintcr. -'m nnd -u n , · I.-i I ' r i i l e ; 1 . t i r'g afti-r, -' J l J I C tO Bruce Center Mis. Donald Burrows and son, Dean, were on !he sick li-t recently. Mr.s. Ilany Bookmeier aceom_ iv "ex ' pained her mother to Wateiloo .-pring.' 1 " 1 Friday, bringing baek her ' ' ' :-.T : ill I ' . i v Fnda\ ' f n t n c r - GcfWC Fell, who had been iv.y Hr is the t h u d ! :l no! P lta l patient follow-ing hi." ? . - ' . - L ' " I - and Mi.-. Glenn i l c e e n t accident. '·! -" c u l u r thr- n r n i j . i Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Goode'.l 1 ;,i, t ( ;} Tn lor is now in i and :ons of near Cairison spent - \ f i n a , · i P'II t"dlv at Casa Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Riley ' '·'··-- Tc'utc-r is atlFawbush. Wayne Mathern, son of Mr. and -un of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Mathcrn, was taken . i i a v Ar.lor, is homo on a suddenly ill and was operated on i d . · f u i lough. Ho is a .signal, j for appendicitis early Saturday n i ' . i t t '.la-b potty officer in morning at the Presbyteiian hos_ f iij.v;,. lie graduated from a pital at Waterloo. I'!M at University of Illinois) Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chalupsky (I is being liansfciTcd to [had the I. M. Storey family of near ' . o t ' j n Heights, Conn, for a six' Reinbeck, Mrs. Anna Kubik, near advanced training course. Voorhics and the Will Holub ouip til" fncnds met Satur^l family of Hudson as Sunday din- day night in tht home of Mr. and[ner guests and were hosts to the regular Z. C. B. J. lodge meeting in the afternoon. R,,y Brown to help celebrate ' i i - i LI'I- i , j r t h d a y of Mrs. Brown. The i: th'j e\ tning ivas spent playing 500 .UK] .Mr-, with av/aids going to Oscar Van [ l.c-kinger Fleet, Will Reirncr, Cecil Feller, .I-u-iii'iy IB. Mrs. Bert Elliott and Mrs. Nick . i l l have Jurgens. i git,n h a l l , Mis-. Wilbur Briggs was the i whieh the guc.st speaker at the Hudson study John Km-1 club, "The Twentieth Century SMALL CHANGE A burglar gained entrance to the Franklin county court house, and attempted to rob the county auditor's office. He forced the cash drawer open, but did not take the only money in it--a penny. The following people will recpivi perfect attendance certificates for the first ·semester of school just clos-ed January 15: First Grade-- Milo Albert, Phyl. li* Bryan, Donna Gross, Evclyr Kuhi and Marlcne Strohcckci. Seocnd Giade -- Kichard Wien. ands, Shirley Hild and Marcella Lanios. Third Grade-- Mai y Ellen Fer_ son, Betty Cross Janet Hay, Anna Heinen, Retina Hilton, Irc-nc Sommeifelt, Ansrela Kcrr. Beveily Tibbett.s, Rich-aid Am. bro.sy, Merlin Gaidnur, John Gio^s, Jame.s Johannsen, Robert Lanios arul Run:ild Peters, Fourth Grade -- Vincent Ambro_ sy, Ronald Kochcr, Dean Krusc, Dick Wagner, Jerry Wcatherly, Carmen Abbott, Bcrneice Ander. ··en, Beverly Bagenstos, Juanita Bryan, Shirley Foster, Marie Ileincn, Barbara Kelelicr, Nadinc Pata\a, Nevada. Rothfuss and Beverly Sides. FIRST SCHOLASTIC HONOR ROLL First Semester SENIORS Jeanettc Cole, three A's and one B; Marie Foss, two A's and two B's; 'Dorothy Haven, one A and three B's; Merle McBride, one A and three B's; Dorothy Porter, one A and three B's; Murldcne Wilson, one A and three B's. JUNIORS Shirley Hackerson, one A and three B's; Donald Boldt, one A and three B's; Donald Hagcr, one A and three B's; Richard Kocher, two A's and two B's; Glen Scheel. four B's. SOPHOMORES Zaida Selk, two A'b and two B's; Darrell Spence, three A's and one B. FRESHMAN Norrna Anderson, four B's; Beverly Benson, twp A's and two B's; Mildred Casey, one A and three B's; Joan Foss., three A's and one B; Dorothy Jacobs, four B'a; Richard Benson, two A's and two B'a. 'tudy of plants and animals of long, long ago. We have agreed that changes which have OCCUITCC on this earth arc indeed great. Charles Supplee brought a geo_ graphic magazine which had il_ lustrations that added interest to our study of the Coal Age. the Reptile Age and the Mammal Age. We are now beginning the study of our animnls of todav. We have begun to use our health text, "Good Habits." We enjoy the health stories and like to use the glossary to find the meaning of words. FIRST GRADE NEWS Elaine Johannsen has been ab_ sent from school the last two weeks. We made a post office in our room. We are gomg to write lettci s and mail them in our post office. We have been making winter pictuies in art class. | Helpers for the week are William Ba'.Iheim, Mnrjorie Friedly, Marlenc Strohecker, Shannon Davis, Ardis Bushnell, Betty Dris_ col, Evelyn Kuhn and James Robertson. SEVENTH GRADE NEWS The officers for the six weeks are President, Dale Schreiber; sccretaiy, John Gill; librarian, Charlene Selk; reporter, Darlene Taylor; hostess, Lavonne Bader; roomkeeper, Shirley Sides. Charlene Selk and Paul Loveless had all A's and and B's for the six weeks; James Gill had a B average. This week in ait class we made war posters. SECOND GRADE NEWS In number class we are having flash card drill of the addition and subtraction combinations we have learned. We are learning the three vowel rules in phonics. For art class we are making story illustrations with tempera paints and colored chalks. "At the Fire Station," is the name of the group of stories We are going to read next week. Williams, \ brothers. j Mark's first school was a coun. farm, Yiigiiiin h 1 try school which, he says, is not to the former I in existence anymore. During Wr.en Virginia v, | second grade he movi-d to La MI hi^h school s' t i Porte City. From that ti"ie he ha« !icf paiei.t- on a 'always attended La Porte City mcnto, Calif. Tliis other. 1 many of Ihe Mark is very fond of football, western state.-. Vii [," even though lie doesn't play it. , to live in Carscm f He is quite an\bitiou3 as he has! some day. worked at the Standard stalion for S^c likes the f a " , Mammal i Bcven ' ears n n j always ready tc, .summer as theic. .u, 'serve the customers as thej duve of inteie-t Li(.h ,\.~ v.n in- ' fields, etc, but t-K He really doesn't like living in ; a wee bit du'l v.I.' town, but if lie had his way about' .sea?on i.s 'n jiro^v, '·(-a it Virginia is i Last summer Mark and a forv, aid to {ron.g , couple of other boys vent to school. Canada on a fithing tiip. This I .__ quite a thrilling experience, IOWA FAT v, o\|\\ The largest won-, · m f-. I of town on LI small farm. f o r h i m - . Mark would enjoy being in the world twenty yeai navy. As far as ho konws, he plan" | mer resident of ('· i , to erliit in the navy as soon .iftCL-j county. In piivat 'if e graduation ns possible. i Mis. Gertrude \\-.l\ir I Virginia Nichols--February r.t the time 590 no',' '- .M 4 , j in ff «'ith the W o i l i l Bio-, f- 192G, welcomed a girl and thelthiw'Kh lov.'a. She first child into the family of t h c l t o the daily papcis of Iks' Ralph Nichols' on a farm five so large that the ·· u-.: miks west of Ln Porte City. Vii_ S et inlo a railroad uj.ich a;. ginia has always lived on the forced to travel in a ,"· same place since then. , tiuck. She began he r education at a ' country school by the name FIRST OCCUPAM of Highland No. 5 and finished An oxygen tent pi.icha 1 * tighth grade there. Then she summer by the Elk..tier f- camc to La Porte City for he-.- partment was Ubeci lort.-. high school career. Virginia has time recently by J o n y }·· been a girl of a quiet and unas. seventeen month old Ijo'y ^ suming attitude. She likes most with pneumonia. Tht 1 'bah of the sciences and especially soon able to be removed If.- biology, which she has on hev tent and returned to his }'· SECOND SCHOLASTIC HONOR) ROLL First Semester WAR! ' F. or! '. '. '·'·. 'A ", r,.i:,.,s; · V, r -= :- :s proving to be one of the major requirements ·rex and Foullry is one of the items which can rl:l J:o expanded as rapidly as possible. If you i; t ; 3,s to liandle two broods, by all means do so. ;t and eggs are needed now. your chicks now, as some dates in April are Kng 1 up. re st ; ll of ferinrr a special discount of $1.00 per .-' orders taken out in March. f and your Country by starting your !y or if possible raise two broods. you tried the EVERGREEN HOG SUPPLE- Hatchery Poultry, Hog and Cattle Feed Poultry Equipment Baby Chicks Started Chicks PHONE 135 LA PORTE CITY SENIORS j Ruth Cobum, three B's and one I C; Connie FroninR, one A, two j.B's and one C; Cleo Kruse, one A, two B's and one C; Eleanor i Taylor, three ' B's and one C; I Maxinc Thomas, three B's and one J C ; Arlcne Wilder, one A, two B's ! and one C; Robert Case, thror [ B's and one C; Robert Shuner, two A's, one B and one C. j JUNIORS Ilia Dunkelbergiir, three B's and one C; Wellwood Slough, one A, two B's and one C; Everett Dex. ter, three B's and one C; Dari'ell Moline, one A, two B's and one C | SOPHOMORES I Jean Craft, thice B's and one I C; Beverly Moore, one A, two B's I and one C; Daryl McBride, three | B's and one C; Kenneth Rosauer, three B's and one C. FRESHMAN James Dixon, three A's and c C. DRAMATICS NEWS The annual tluee onc_act plays got under ·way at the beginning of the new semcstci. The cast for "Rockm' Chair" has been ehosor. The play i.s a 30 minute comedy of two gossipping old ladies and i the object of their gossip. The 1 three girls portraying these parts are Connie Fromng, Leone Kcn. ney and Arlcne Wilder. Another comedy, "Red Flannels" which is to be given at the same time, is . , , ,,,,.,,,,,,, not under way yet. Try.auls lor, 34; Shirley "Hackerson were held oil week. Another play, » » - - = - · " - · - - FIFTH GRADE NEWS The pupils who had at least a B average the first semester are Dick Brust, Daryl Stienbeck, Bobby Young, Walter Elliott, Virginia Williams, Ann Pendlebury, Bruce Cole and Duane Rothmeier. We enjoy having a very nice bean bag board in our room. Mr. Mathews' manual training boys made it. Dale and Walter brought bean bags. FOURTH GRADE NEWS Those who had 100 in spelling last week are Carmen Abbott, Beverly Bagcnstos, Rayona Bag_ enstos. La Nita Bolinger, Shirley Foster, Mae Hilt, Shirley Kuhn, Beverly Sides, Dorothy Taft, Thomas Gill, Ronald Kochcr, Dean Kruse, Dick Wagner and Bcrnice Anderson. Let Your Druggist Keep You We SIXTH GRADE NEWS Our officeis for the coming six weeks' period are Patrolman, Neva Dexter; librarian, Zoe Ann Olson; host, Connie Friedly, and room- keeper, Vclda Peters. We have taken up the study of loiva in place of Hygiene. We are making an Iowa booklet. We had eight absentees on Mon day because of bad roads and cold weather. QUININE HEOBi^^l COLD Original Formula,"'," Containing ""/J Quinine $} TYPING NEWS The following people received the highest averages in the daily ten-minute speed tests given dur.l ing the week of Jan. 18 to 21~; Jean Jenks, 40; Jean Palmer, 36- Dorothy Dutlcr, 35; Eleanor Tay In.*. ft A . dl. · I . r. . J ~ , a drama, has not yet arrived, so work will not begin on it for some time. The date has not been defi. nitely set, although a temporary date of Feb. 10 has been spoken I of. G. A. A. NEWS Tuesday, Jan. 19, the G. A. A, held their business meeting in the high school gym. In the absence of Maxine Thomas, who is president, Dorothy Porter took over charge of the meeting. Plans for the luncheon, given Marie Foss, 31. EIGHTH GRADE NEWS The eighth grade semester hon or roll has the following names: David Hild, Shirley Ashley, Ar dcth Haberichter, Joanne Thomp" son and Wanda Wc-atherly. Alvin Fosse, Ray Gross and Teddy Run yan are on the reserve honor roll CAGED Kruse, a 1943 Spring Wallpaper! Wide selections of the newest Spring Patterns. Higher Quality Paper at lowest prices. Best Values in Town. Single Rolls 5c to 27c 75c Chcrrosote 6 65c Pinex 5 72 Plenamins 52.J GOc Pertussin 4 $1.00 Nervine 8 $1.25 S.S.S. Tonic 9 35c Sloans Liniment 2 GOc Swamp Root 4 75c Vermifuge GOc Syrup Pepsin GOc Sal Hepatica GOc Krem] Shampoo 4i 75c Pitch Shampoo 59 5 41 4! inside by the freshman and sophomores, boards to hold a were discussed and Betty Tibbetts bound for St. * was appointed chairman. The meeting then adjourned. . edly imprisoned himself inside th . car and was unable to crawl out of THiRn rRAnF *IPWI I P H S T£ ° peni V B "' the car at th « THIRD GRADE NEWS end. After much yelline .and haai- Twenty out of the twenty.six! mering Tiny was able to attrac^ who were at school Friday receiv, I the attention of the station agent ed 100 in their spelling test. land was released before the train The claas has enjoyed their sfc -ted : - ,, '-mis. 50'JERGENS ALL-PURPOSE FACE CREAM With purchas EWSPAPERl

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