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January 28, 1943

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

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, January 28 THE PROGRESS-REVIEW, LA PORTE CITY, IOWA Page SOCIETY Brecher, Mrs. Will Reimer, Mrs John Duller, Mrs George Selk, Mrs Claik Hojt and Mn Armi| I Bader of Dj sort Always Outnumbered--Never Outfought! '^/s/m. Mrs- Frances Nies, Society Editor, Phone 95 Social Calendar Janua-y 29 Double Sit c'ub w i t h Mrs D J Weatherh January 30 Legion Auxiliary card parti, in Legion Jial 1 Fcbrur? 1 Past" Isoble Cram! Circle with DoraJ£w d= is-ted by Mr* Glc- Haven. ^Legion \uvilnry koncinfrton in LetjfeO hall Februar 2 Lotus -'ub w i t h Mrs John Mil- 'ler Pythian Sixers installation in K. of P. hall Febroar °. Highland club with Mis In, me Anton. " Mite -ocirt\ in Presbytcmn "church,-ivuh Mi- Euriell Tibbctf chairman 1 Febtuarj I ' Thrift club -with Mrs Hav Heyden, w i t h husbands as guests -( Tourist club with Mrs M. A Robertson Third dmsion of W S C S with Mis Dale Hines February " TUteraiy Circle luncheon w i t h Mrs. Frances NICE February b W f R C m K of P hall F'ebruar, 8 B G B with Airs Mabel Wagar MennesiC c'ub with Mis Herbert Johannsen February 9 Blidge club with Mrs. Weldon BettBi February 11 Ladies Catholic league February 12 Idle Day club with Mrs Marion Baud. E.riO F club with Mrs L A '· Moore. gifts to the hnnoiee b\ diauinjr them into the room on ,1 dccri itpd waffon The entertainment was writinjr poems aid f a x o r tc re cipc 1 ? if er which the hoste 1 s "e'\ed i t-no cour«c j irehi i In tne . \ c i n j t Mr= Mi 1 "! iilki cptirtimed · z r a p a' ri ti\ t i G "0 ilmnc in niMioi [ i biHe_to-D" On T r j r v d u a l t e i r o r i ( T Gate-, and M i « Rog "- il i of Wateiloo entertimed u t i r frrouji o f f- ici n i the f u home it i ru e i i u ojs ' in hono-- cf Mi c ~ I c _ Q ' i k Mrs. Lizer Hostess Tq Literarj Circle The Literary Circle met last Frida\ afternoon in the home ot Mrs M F L\7er «ith Mis H^ rv Morrison giving work on "Spiritual Dcfen e m t i Church and H o m e " and Mrs Lizer the sime topic in tho selioLi sin 1 prc~v v l i v RoLtit C'line h i d the currct topic ;i Club Meets With Mrs Burrows The Thirsil \ el b nut 1 Trilled" 1 , 1OI l c r ) L l l 1 i f t L l l l i m"l i e " c v h m e ' T - 11 tho hoiic ML (Mr" T ov. w i t h ele Good Cheer Club Mc«ts In M"s Miles' Home Mi* O E Miles isMvtcd 1 Mis C l i i k Johnson were hr H on S vt- rd n mpht to tlu C, c 1 Cheer club in the home cf tVe foimer A tmcrcd di^h d i n u c i « is scixcd it H 0 * nich \ - cnjo\cd In f o i t v m e m ' ) i s ot th club and then f i n u l u The ^IRS included M i s \ellie Hull iril Mrs Edith I anib The o\enmK w is spent pliMiu inn with -m-iiil- go iif* to Mr Bob Turr M ' v r ° lt Shantr I I Thomas and Peilc Gutt B. G. B Club Meets At the Brust Home Mrs Tiank Nabhol/ w is hoHets to the B G B club in the horn" of hei mother, Mis C A B i L « t on Monda\ night to a deceit luncheon and a" evening of bridg" The guests were Mrs, I R Buse' Mis J H Goon and Mrs John Belts Awaids in defense stamps went to Mrs Mabel Wagai Mrs Hugh Salmon, Mrs Audro Hulse and Bess Kline members and th l e p insr The pii i-, \ l e B 1 o- M i - It 1 n T n nut i c sts i t ' e ' i c l l T v C l l . l l l the da\ a i d drill -' othei soUuci Tlu militaiy h« tn forms 01 ot?i e monies , C h i p l i i n s the \ c h i e l c the · \ i i n o r i c l Cli Ipl I I I ) - , t II j e e j ) ^ 1ml tint.- V c i ( l o o p s . |v e h u t i t h l i n e h e l i ,1 I 1 i d a n the want w e ' 11 ,,! C \ R I ) OF T H V N K S Vc wish to express our sincere ' i c ' o i lo ah in iMn. way w ho o Kindly expressed their v ^ i i » In' ihe man\ bi lutiful c u d s u t muth»r while .it the ] ' 11 'IK cnurch, th bnuliful 1' i 1 i 11 ^ ami ill «ho helped U s 1 L | l I ] ,( · 1 " i t irru C l u k , iniiU -Ko LKGAl V ) ' ' Legion \u\iliarj , Plans Kensington 1 T(,c I c e - » \ i l i u \ w i l l ha\ | t h ( i i r on Ui\ e n i _ i ( f i in thi A na h u e r. r C V C l i Parties Honor^Gretchen McQuilkm Mrs. Wayne Mcyuilkm enter tained a group of ladies on Thursday afternoon at a miscellaneous 1 shower in honoi of Gretchen McQuilkin who will leave soon for San Francisco, Calif where she will ^ be married to Stanley Ize. brand in the near future The out of town guests who attended weie Elizabeth Wiley of Traer, Mrs Lcta McQuilkm of Ml Auburn and Mrs. Louis Greaser of Casey presented the Mrs. L. J. Tutt Is E. O. F. Club Hostess T h e E O F club m e t last Tri day afternoon with Mrs L J Tutt for a desert luncheon, aftei -which bridge was the diversion with awards gomp; to Mrs J H Goon and Mrs L A Moore Mrs Ceorge H Martin and Mrs E E Peaison were guests Community Club Meets In Alvin Bader Home The Community club met lost Thursday in the home of Mrs Alvin Bader with twelve members and six guests enjoying a social time Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon The guests included Mr:, Urban ETHANES FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION IN OUR 9c SALE EVENT If you did not get some of the 9c Values that "Were advertised last Saturday v.e are soiiy We simply didn't have enough merchandise to go - abound p We have reoidered on all items w e lun out of ,*jl«£t Satui day and expect to have them by Satin day, ;||ijmuary 30th REMEMBER SALE ENDS SATURDAY You Will Enjoy Shopping at Byam 1 s 5c to $1 Store Household Goods SALE w e are moving to California, \ve will sell all of household goods at our residence at La Porte on Friday, Jan. 29 AT 1 P. M. Bicycle, Norge Washing Machine, Boiler and - Tub, Perfection Oil Stove, Eureka vacuum r ^ 0 « cla '" Top Table, Dining Room Suite, Kitchen Chairs, Small Table, Lamps, etc., Bedroom Suites, Foldbig Cot, Dishes, Lot of ned Fruit and Empty Jars, Davenport and lir, Large Rocker, 9x12 Rug and Pad, Lot of ·«! Rugs, Radio, Several End Tables, Breakfast [Sewing Machine, Some Linen, Coal Burning lating Heater. Lot of Garden Tools, etc. Many · small items. TERMS OF SALE CASH IS. H. R. HEACOCK R. B. TRIPP, Auctioneer n lu'l i u ill the Mini M in '\ i]s ( ik 111 c h t i "'londu i f t c r 111 tec oF M i ^ Uliti Ken \is n l Ah Io( i T 'lit u f i c s h Third I)i\ision to Meet Fobniarj 1 .lljiiul llu i l i r !· u l t e n t i r i o l h a n d f u l of \ o l u i i l e i r - p i l r n l l i i i; ( Inn i v n o i n v| l l ( , j l » i \ s daring to C.ITM the f i ^ h l to 11 t e i i n n n u « M I U in i \ *.n on U i serccn it thi M irs I h e u r i iu\l Sunila\ mi' Me id n in i \ n l l i n t purlr;n il of (lie In i v i i i 0- c,r i h t M . r , il f i i r-. m I I ""11N(. r i d l I!S Iiihn \\ n nc in i K i l e l i i l o - i n 'i f ixcelltnt p i r f n r n i n n ,1-, (OL-. Ihc '·HIM i r t i i ; i i » t Juhii C a r n i l \ i i n i lie MTI ( l u K a n d I'TII! K i l h 'nm m \ i s an Ui i l i in. hull-. I Reading and Writing . . . East mi\ be L i W e t ind The t h u d d i i i M o n ot the A\ S j m a y be West but some of thus, C S of the M e t h o l i v t chuieh w i l 1 old O i i t n t i l t.iRes w o u l d In i ^nt mee 1 f h u i - , d a \ , Teh I w i t h Ahs | at home in Americi v.iUi mi o\ n D \ c Hi^cs who w i l l be insisted crnckcr barrel philosophic t i by Mrb I) i \ e 1 liel 111^11 Mrs, R i\ , n 5 t a nce, here lie s-ome i m i u i l DeMxi ,ml M i s 1. II Hiberiehtir | Imllan p r o ^ c l b t f l o m -phr A\ i Mis Ka\ Thorn i-, will have jo,,, of C h, nn -,,,] Indi i ' i bijr charge of the I ' c v o t o n i l serviec |j, cw antholopy edited IM I in Oi i i h ipl u i tin n u n i i U c U i p i n j tin l i u l i HiK foi tli n i i t f l r llu I in 1 in Ivi o\\ ' lu iv s u i t t c n ih it ; imt lines in \\n\ u i r, K \ n it w i t h tin son" ilu n IK i r t s "I [ li i\ be n N01IC1 , , \biniin-ir il M U i t CcuinT\ [ NO IK I till tin i \ 111 Mil 1 1 C C l i n e C l u l M i e k l l i - n ' i n i l i o i d 'i q i u v t e d L u m i n t in I I IP; i n i v t i h | tin in ch 1\ 111 J l l M J J I , , | | n tin Divtnet u I I' i Hi Ci t lo 1 ind i m i d nut I t \ j c 1 11 n V i n e i i n V i s iki Hie s f u spn ilu il s]i 11 Mrs. Ogclen Fosse Heads Mission Group The Mission,!!} society of the Fresh) ton in chuich met Wcdncs day afternoon in the home of Miss Gertrude G a i d n i r Mrs Inc/ Glimc had the devotion il scr\icc and dur ing the business meeting the foi lowing officers w e r e elected Mrs Ogden Fosie, president Mrs Ine7 Glimc \ice president, he Mrs Maude Gaibcr, ticasurer u e I w w ! e in IOIHIIIJTI ill li h i sc il I N «i i id i )i nn In \ tfi\i men piniii( r of ni\ o \ n f i i l h |usl a simil.u e M H i i e i u e x ,,, L HI m K ( u m i n d o i i n \ a i l o f f i U l i in llu ^ u t a T 1 E I l l l l l l v mil s o t l l O l I l l l l d l u l s U|K1 1 ' M e n who si\ w h i t is pleas ui | IH,,,,!,,.,] ( f ( ] i u uuN of soldiers arc a h v a \ s welcome but U i i I u l i o p u l u p s I,K t u e ' c s ^ u i r \\ho tell unpahtablc tiulhs w i l l | ( f U 1 I C U ,,,, , , ,, , , |, ,,| | )t( .unu bit i u s l \ in I he Iru ll i i n d i i s t a i i d i n i r ul I ) l l M l Tan 2S ir i t c I M U N l \ I 1 } 111 1 I \ V K \ I ill I \1 ' 1 U I \ N i , , l V. V l L K l ) ti f E C I A L S S \ L . Al VTv I' cv. G 10 bars 011) DUTCH 1 c.ins SLN-X quart bottle YOUR CHOICE ( . r u n l!i MIS /k ^'Q 9 1 nm Hue x / i m Cans Ul M i M l i w n Biiuiil PRUNES 2 lov, ( O U N MEAL 15c 25c 47c 25c 12c K Ml I K 1 SI Hi 111 I III I I n r i | not find an -uidicnce ' 'There is not much . n I i hu'e clcverrpss' mt """K l required to deceive one who his Mrs Henry I amb hid the topic "The Modem Simeon " The j,erviiip committee consisted of Mis L D Chester, Mrs Kathiyn Eekhart, Mrs L J Rob crtson, Mri Tun i Booth, Mri Fred Lehman ind Mis Joe Rob ertson. Mennesse Club Has Parties Sunday, Monday Mennesse c ' u b mernbeis entci tamed their husbands labt S itur day night il Abci's c ife it i 7 o'clock d m n i r n f t e r which Ihcj went to the honu of Mi ind M i s Lverett Smith i r d p 1 i \ c d biid);e Awaids w e n t lo Mi TIH! Mrs Court H n w l i v M i s I I i n r \ T a n i b ai d II W Joh innscn T h e club had HS i i K u l u meet ing; on Mond L\ if In noon at a 2 o'clock d i s s t i i l u n i l i i in in the home of Mis \ i t Ol i n w i t h M i s Geoipc H "\[ n tin in 1 M i f 1 ff Orel Bun s K-I (s \\K uds in br dgL ^.( it to ui 1 il|)h C i o w n and Mis U e n i \ I in l First Women's School Of This Year Is Held The Ccdn t w h ]i w o m e n s coopi rative li in mi school met \Vcdnosda\ in Lin hi i uf M i s Tiank Tottn foi tli f u s t meet in £ of the \ t u \ H i i i short sLiiion i 11 ,0 « ml dish elm nei \\a- "-cued I h c topic dis c-m of the sick i ith l i i i l h i Mac cussed at the m e e t i n g w is home. Dimmitt home tli monstration iffcnt of 'U.itciloo, beinc piescnt Twehe hdies attended the meet he who has mon?\ his who his monev h.is in fact, he is ,1 ance " Or this p-inblc w h u l China of niiin n n Time and tide wa L for no nnn --and neither do the want ddb LIBERTY UMEftlCKS Said an office boy, Danny McMaster, "We'd oughta buy War Bonds much faster-Shoot one buck in ten At Adolpb, and then He'll wish he'd 'a stuck to his piaster!" B» on the J* /or Uodl. Sam nTcry pay Amj Honda or Stamp*--II doao't nutter mo tons mm you Jn- TCBI to your UmJt--refu- I! S Tnai-^T Dwvnml. pi ' ' belief confidence in us, nor is much cum j 1|)ls f u l i X wntes this clnpl nn ap;i! required to kill one who is i not i i nth i f f e u it is n asleep" I f l c u i o u s i d i g n i f i e d in I I I S [ » I I I M * ' He who hi-; monc\ has fTic-n Is J ' u t l 1 " ' ' ( ' s t u n t i n snldn .ind m i llu field of b i l l l .r nn 1 in \i he s \ b 1 1 1 HIM I h H I u n it 1 Ol i"ui c I h i s i i l i p i o u s b e l i e f take com°s from tunes ago An owl met a qu ul quail asked "Where a i e m^ ? ' ' I im pomp; r i c t owl's reply "M iv I i«k ehen iskcd the qi ill "The pi wple of the \illacc hitc m\ sen e h n ' noisr ' replied the owl "11 i w h I i in Koinir e a s t ' I h e n the i[U ul ' \ \ h i t \ n u ^h^nld iq to i l l niKe th it s i u i c n noise If u u e in t \ o u « II h ited foi t MI if \ i i u ^ ' i i In s v e n l i u ih ei n u 1 there ^ i i plnln signed h i m s i l f "Mi 1 ut hit I i "i ut inn ' · I N S hi KUIIV k i of i j nim I i u k' i So Id c is Mr Tut Tul [M w l l l l N 1 1 ' lor I of ilu n n i ( i i in 1 I h c w i n d ii I \ n d he n ^ i Hi n ocli i n f hi! i i f 'Hope is l i k i i eonnlrv t h e n v Is i but w h i n in n n p i ' i l , thi ro id ci me-, T vre is i f isl of in The Wisdom f Indi i ' -- p o e t r i , l o i n s the w r i t i n g s of ( h i f h i r i ci d Indian rchpious le id i s M i c h of the m a t e r i il, 1 in " V u t ni^ 1 i trai'l.itul i n t o English foi Ih f i r s t time 1 nn I I I n in u i TI,,'," ,/! 1 rht l 1 1 1 I 1 llll 111 Hid 1 I i lini r\ M f (,f D ilc I J 1 1 Ir , 1 IncreasedPorkProducLon IS 111 I 11|^ l l l l l | ) M l r iliilll K t i n l i e n l I n i l l tu l l pi O f l l l L l I C H V V I II \ I iv i t e h lln fc II u 11 I 1 1 IU 111 II | | Rut ( nil i | * t ^ u i h I!M | l£ I i S i \ i nm in}; fl h II il nu M in h i 11 s K n p pi^s h 1U ^ S h i n l i M f c n l i i r ( mi 11 i c c If feel C'om t n I CHIIII i hi r \\ i n ; 27c 33c 21c (,R VI'E NUT FLAKES, 12 o/ I S \ \ l u i l e K i r n . I CORN 1 12 o/ cans 29c Fruits Vegetables I mn I'mk GRAPEFRUIT 10 for Mini isl OR V N G E S I .u KO 17(i si/e Hi lu ions .Inn ilium \ \ l n c s a p ! Ibs. ( iliTorni i 1 ETFUCE 2 for ( El ERY la r re stalk J in in i \ e r \ mere i i i l l f i l i s f i c d c L s l o fi h I n u t s mil \(L,'Ol i Thompson's Store Those who ic id V n l i c i t Ti nm hull's book of Ihc month 'Tin Raft," Ihc storv of I h r t h i r c n u \ men who sp"nl thirtv four li\ at ica on i rubber r.ift will u memhei that Ihc n ime of th island where the mm f i n illv hnd cd was not mentioned Now however, Robert I Cisi., in his 'Torpedo Junction" rLvok thi former military secret The H ind he soys, was Pukapuka And if \ o u r knowledge of (rcographv l like ours, you 11 know is much as you did before Catholic News And Views Opinion 1 ) exprcwcd herein nre thoic of the -writer ind miy or mny not conform to lh*» c I l l o r l a l vlena ot Ihc Progrcan rteilcw n-v FLOYD I RELIGION AND THE W \ R There is one thmjr that is ccr tain about this world war it is accompanied by an increise, a greater intensity in religions be lief in religious thought and action among the men in the Cervices as well as pmonp; those in civilian life All reports mdicitt that there i? much more religious in tercst today thin in trie last w a r Bibles and prayers are fie quently mentioned in the nowi dispatches from the world's bat. tlefronls The most spectacular | incident is the alory of Eddie · Rickcnbacker Newspaper and 'magazine correspondents declare that the nearer one gets to rea^ action, the more evident thii re. i ligioua belief becomes I Monday 7:1 Tuesday 7:30 a.m. Wednesday 7:30 a.m. Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. to 6 p.m. to 6 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Sunday Open Until 12 Noon AFTER APRIL 1 WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 9:30 P.M. WEDNESDAYS La Porte City Stations Gates Chevrolet Co. Dale's Phillips 66 Leo Motor Co. Brown's Skelly Service Waller's D-X Service Spence's Shell Service L. J. Tutt Service Station Loveless' Standard Station Christian's Texaco Service SPAPFRf

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