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February 4, 1943

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

La Porte City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4 3RESS-REVIEW, LA PORTE CITY, IOWA *£· SOCIETY Mrs. Frances Nies, Society Editor, Phone 95 Social Calendar Februar 3 Literary Circle Kii.ehcon in home of Mrs-. Frances NIC?. February 6 W. R. C. in K. of P. hall. February 8 B G. B. with Mr-; Vabc-1 Wagar. Mcnne^sc club v, I'll Mrs. Her_ bert Johannsen. 9 c'ub w i t h Mrs. WeMon Belts. 0. E S. school of instruction in Masonic hall. February 10 L. L. P C. v ith Mrs. Mildred TVoodlcy. Evangelical Aid society in church parlor' Fraleiraty class party v.ith MTF. Will Sawyer. February 11 Ladies' Calholic league. officiated at the service. The bride graduated from the Marengo high school and Io-i\a \Veslcyan college. She also ha: done giaeluale work at the UnL vc-isity of Iowa and was normal train,ng ci itic in the Pclla high school before she became Iowa county school superintendent. She is serving her second t e i m in that i position. ! Mi. Moyle, former supermten. | dent of Maquokutu and La Poite ' City schools, left La Porte City in 1918. He is serving hit, second term as Jackson county re-pro, icntalue in tho loiva legislature. Page Five Mite Society Meets Wednesday Afternoon The Mite society of the Presbyterian church met on Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors for a social time and refreshments following the business meet ing and the devotionals in charge 11 of Mis. L. W. Ferguson. The program consisted of a tuo by Virginia Tibbetts. Eve'yr. Jlaft and Arlenc Frush; rending by Donna Bell Tibbftt-. and ^ ir. gima Williams; G e t t j - b u i g ad dress by S'niltx Sides, Darlenc Tayloi and Emma Mae Y o u n g ' reading b\ Mrs.. J II Goon and a solo by Marie FOS-*, atcomp.imu' by Maigarct Tuloi. The coinmittLe, vonipo^L-J of ofdnmps B u n e l l TibVlts. H a t t i i Park^, Keith Kline, Haio'd J u r gens, Nellie Hull. Allan Bell, E M. McLaughlin, Fred Che-ter aiu Henry Lamb, -.eived merits. THE RED AND GOLD Weekly Publication of the La Porte City School Entertain Sunday for Prospective Soldier Mr. aril Mr?. Bert Huppcit en tcrtaintd a group of relatives and on Sunday in honor of Shaner, son of Mr and Mi.s Porter Shaner, who is awaiting his G, 0. F. club ivith Mis,. L A. Moore. Double Six club with Mrs. L. J. Tutt. February 16 Lotus club with Mrs Elizabeth Morgan. February IB Community club with Mrs. Myron Baish. Those n h o attended w e i e Mr and Mrs. Jc^.-e Gulick and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Sclken and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arlic Geilick and dauglitci, all of Gnr. lison, and Sir. and Mrs. Porter Shaner, Lowell, Robert and Lois Shaner and Kenneth Bender, fiom south of town. Tourist Club Meets With Mrs. Robertson Tourist club met Thursday aft. ( crnoon in the home of Mrs A. A. Robertson with the topic of ihe ( "Consumer's Round Table" with Mrs. L. S. Larsen, Mrs. H E. Waldroff, Mrt. Mildred Woodley and Mrs. Oakley Dii'-coll taking part. A gioLp discussion was the last part of the program, after -which the hostess served light re_ freshments and Mrt,. Fiank Nab. holz tang a solo. Former La Porte City Superintendent Weds friends here will be interested in the marriage of Lenorn K. Ilaihnan of Marengo to B S Moyle of Mtirmokcta on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 30, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Gruenwald of Marengo. Rev. Claude R. Cook McQuilkins Announce Gretchen's Engagement Mr. and Mrs. 3. G. McQuilkin aic announcing the engagemc and approaching marriage of their daughter, Gretchen Arlcnc, to Stanley Isebrands of Los Angeles Calif., son of Henry Isebrands of Little Rock, Iowa. The wedding will take p'ace in California in the nca r future and Miss McQuilkin left for that dcsti. nation last Saturday night. School of Instruction Will be on Tuesday The school of instruction for the Order of Eastern Star will be held next Tuesday aftcinoon and evening in the Masonic h.ill. Mis. Lillian Rit'cr of Cedar Falls will be in charge and Mrs. J. R. Busor and Mib. Roger Bremer and their committee will scrvp refreshments in the evening after the meeting. Jb '4-* ·H n Sam Harman's Complete CLOSING OUT SALE liming .sold m j farm. I "ill hold a complete closing-oul sale on the farm, located on Highway No. 63, between Hudson and Waterloo, on Tuesday, Feb. 9th Starting at 12:30 o'clock sharp, disposing of the following: 75 Head of Livestock 75c 3 -- HEAD OF HORSES -- 3 Consisting of pair of well-matched sorrel Belgian geldings, weight 3, 100, coming fi years old and sound. This is an exceptional team and No. 1 broke! Also bay gelding, n eight 1,600 Ibs., 1 \cars old, vcll broke. 30 -- HEAD OF CATTLE -- 30 Consisting of three Guernsey cows, two heavy springers and one giving good flow of m i l k ; Guernsey heifer, 9 month-) old; 25 Hereford feeding steers, have been on feed 5 months, weigh between 1,100 and 1,150 Ibs. 42 -- HEAD OF HOGS -- 42 Consisting of 31 bred gilts, bred to full-blood Chstlcr White boar for April farrow; 7 open gilts, Chester While bqar; Berkshire boar. HAY, GRAIN, POULTRY Consisting of 2.000 bushels of corn; 1,100 bushels of oal»; six tons of clover hay; eight tons of tame hay; .300 bales of straw; 83 Leghorn and White Rock pullcU*. FARM MACHINERY Consisting of Farmall F-20 tractor on rubber, in A"l coiu dition: 16-inch tractor plow; John Deere tractor plow,; International 14_ft. disc; two.row tractor cultivator; Hayes single-row cultivator; four.scclion drag; Deere corn planter wilh bean plates; Deere manure spreader; 16-inch walking fn^rii j n hay '»1«: McCormlck S.foot mower; Deer mi; 8- r TM VTM- row . horHe drawn cultivator; bob sled; ; hay and fork; P a n i ; hay rope and fork; M.foot ladder; roll barh w breeching harness; wire stretcher; block and tackle^ sau-dl anJ Sh ° VClS! Sli(t «*W»«; «M«*en wlr.'; USUAL TERMS-Xo Property to be RemoTed Until Settled for U. B. Ladies Aid of Hudson WU1 Serve Lunch on Grounds S. G. HARMAN, Owner OSCAR TOSTLEBE, Cedar FalU, Anct. JNATIOiNAL BANK OF WATERLOO, Clerk. Double Six Club Has Party at Weatherlys' Mr*. D. J. AVcatheily "as host t"s last Friday afternoon at :i dessert luncheon for the Dnuhle Six bridge club, after v.hieh briiigi nas the diversion Mrs. L W. Fc'i-_ guson n a s a guest and o_\varel- w e n t to Mrs. E. E Konglm :im Mrs,. Ferguson. Pythian Sisters Install Officers The Pythian Sistcis install";' their officci.s Tut-sday evcni'if,' M i t h Mrs J. II Goon as mst.ilh'if officer. The lefrcshment committee consisted of limes L J Tutt, Hi leiia Fultz, T. C. Kltist, Eincst N'iu- mevcr and Nina Harlz. Mrs. John Miller Is Lotus Club Hostess Mrs. John Miller entertained the Lotus club l^Et Tucsduy afteinoon when the ladies served and visiUd, after which the liobtnss .served a luncheon. RED AND GOLD STAFF Editor-in-chief - ------------------------------ K u t h Coburn Associate Kchloi ------------------- ..... ---- Richard Kocher G. A. A. r.eporlc'i --------------- ...... --------- Zaidn Sclk Hi'Y K e p o i i c ! -------------------------------- Vcrn Foster Athletic* ai:! I. Club --------- ------------------ Jack Le^h Spotlight Clul ------------- ---------------- Jaiiu-s Kah'iT \oice :iid I ' l ^ t i u n u - i u a l Mu*ic' ------------------ Kuth Voui'liik F. F A ----- ----- ------------------- lion llai^i riC'sl'inan (.'i:'s^ i i ^ i o i t i r --------- ---- ______ Mildred Ca-t-v Sophomoi L (.'l.i^-. i U j i u u e i ------- - - ... D.irj ! McBiiiii 1 Woiluood Blouir'. Semoi C' Typist Spon-oi l i i . ] ) i i r L r _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Ileinbcra Bob:,, * B C F--'n«"' tii.K'.e-- C u o l ».. Eest'ih I\i" n ' l t M Amh'o \ _ Fiii'mi* Two Boys Join Navy a ^ ictory. Vein ha a ! v a \ * gone t n cur L:i Poite Cuy -chool. Ho started j u i t h his cla--: 111 kmduigarli-ii ard «ould h a \ f g j a d i i a t i d \ \ i t h lln m I HHS spniig if be bad not j o i n t d I'H A ml piogram v. as in ntivj. n ^ s t m b l v M m n l i v mori'ing in All of hi' hoiioj \".in ·loon for D j)h\M C .il c \ Virn 1 It - U i and Robcit t Mo'Hl:i after. as hi*- te.ic'heis arc d u l y xirrv t,. V e i n lean u. He has nl«.i\ 10- Moiiies to take thoil J been a swell spurt, n pood fneiul iris foi- the 1 n n \ . , .,,,,; a ,,;,,,, cl v t o e \ c i - \ o n e \V cmfic for the 1 n i\ \. ·el the bovs Lhem then 21 i i - p o i i i n g for N O T I C E I have removed my office f i o m its foimcr lot.Uion on Mam street to the la(.c Henry Blanchaine home. Dr. W T. Christopher. 5.2p LEGAL NOTICES mr.EST OF COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS January 25, 1913. Couneil met in icgular session. Piescnt: Conn cilmcn Eri"=t, Cates, Brown, \Vag_ ner. Ab.sent 1 Mayor Hawkins and Councilman Miller. Councilm 'n Gates was appointed to preside it the meeting in the absence of in Mayor. Minutes of the last regu^-n meeting were read and approveel Monthly report of the City Trras ·urcr 'nas rend and on motion w a c received and placed on filo. Month ly reports of the Utilities were read and on motion « o t c received and placed on file. The following claims v.ere nl lowed for pavmcnt La Porle City Utilities, ladiator valves ? 2.DH La Porte City ULilities, lights, water, sewer 272-1'! Henry K i u s c , .salniy, etc.- 110.51) T. C. Kleiit, supplies, Fire Ralph Waller, gas 2.01 Mi Bainh.ii l Sumlai ai tl ^ i\ e h u u r mAic'c b i i u i e i l u t j . Boh, w h o is a junior, is common. | 'j k n o w n as our o u u "gonel humor! man ' He is ilv.ais the M C'.! ( M a t t e l of Ceremonies) ,a e \ c r y ' il.i'ice gm-n by h i s i l l s - , mid is a i genius w i t h making m u - i c with iiiu thing h a n d y . "Hob Van Fleet 1 and His Tin C a n s " -, j eomnion' phi asc- at school u g a i d i n g his musical effoil-. 13oli was s-on-y tc close Ins e n g a g e m e n t in the Hoi'ei Room of Hotel I.a Ciaf,.e so c a i l y , but c u c u i n s l . i n e e s \ \ p j l d not per_ mil In? f i n i s h i n g it. Hob has also bmi a member of ihe baseball and b.iskelball U'ums sim i' he e n l e i e d high school lie plajul his List game lit Vinton I nelay n i g h t , and although shall miss bovli of lun^ «o shall also appiceiale the Lhat they have given up school and their homo life tc for their counliy. Tlic best nf luck, bo\s, "Keep Them Sailing." On b e h i l f of the Red ami Staff we' extend to these bov , bu fan t i n t ' - in' i.i r i 1 1 !l \ S. 1 .! 1 HaiM llii,I i Tole 1 or Pcail Kig.'lc i , FIRST i;ii U ' . i t f l l r o I'. G. A. A. XEWS ' Tl,e junior and senior G. Fronine;. i »' r ' s cmjojed a luncheon serv 11.1, / o e ' t h e .soohomoie and fieshmnn \. A'lon B e t t i Tiblietts n a s in charge Marvin roni^iittccx. Those on the u'lt. i c o m m i t t e e v.eie Beierly Moor Ililto'i | Xjn'a Se'lk Those on the s i t i n g u mmiUee \\erc M P.!.'*'' 1 ^ 1 } ]. i i r l v Benson and S h i t . i H' S c i k i Y u i v . i, 11. i R I O - C I I . \ ' i. n r.riss K MH-, .lama' ( ' l i e . Aulelh L" i 1 I'jilmei 'gi' i i 1 ibK'lts Kun i n l i j of Slu 1 pii' pii"i i m M ln.ok.s and I.'i i.-. ' I I l l p . i s | (.Jold Pavis. \ u ]i 0111 I s i - ] \ l | m || nu' II igir. 1 h · l o m i s ' c d of i 01 i a i d 4.hi'i'se, s.inclw ches, milk ami for dessert, cake. '1 lie m \t tea will be give the j u n i o r and senior gills. The C. A. \. basketball l a m e n t is now m piogiess. t i i ^ l game p l a j c d was the j ami scnuns The seniors wer nctoi ions team by .1 marg four p o i n t * The score was 11. fur the lit'sl of luuk in thin i l u t k t i new ventuu'. Mai shall Kline anil .Tohnnj l)u' lor gave to the school n time slaried flag in dedication lo Ihe three tailoii gone from our sehn, i --Mr. Sncll, Veine Fostei ,IM i Kobeit Van Fleet outcome of tile game was not. good, Hob made a good showing He i^ a member of Ili_Y, Boys' Glee SCHOOL INTLll JIL'lt VI Frephmau and Sophomore,: Name \V t»c! Ji lir i nt , s g ] ' flub and one of Hie principle Richaiils 4. Richaids, coaL Progress-Review, proceedings, etc. R, H. Stella, extra police.. J. O. Kober, A g t , compensation ins _ Henry C. Peters, labor Edgar M i l l r i , labor George B i i m n , labor Nile Snarl?., labor Roy Broivn, snow removal John Dudgeon, labor, dump 5.1-1 8.10 18,00 50.75 2onn 1.80 1.80 1.80 0.00 15.00 A resolution was passed a u t h o i _ izing a poll tav of $3 00 for «och ablc_bodieil malt- citr/,on, provid_ ing for additional penalty of §1.00 if not paid Ly October 1, 1013. On motion council adjourned. M. L. HAVEN, Clerk, chaiacUii!, in the junior, picsenleel in the t a i l of '11. When ·a fieshmaii. Hob i\as 11 membei of the hoys' ( j i u u i c t , and was oftc'n heaid t i n g i n g "I'\e. Ikcn Vorking on the- Railroad"--wheicver lie went, Bob's good h u m o r and s n u i i has endcaied him to all of 11.-. Hi' has li uly bucn an asset to our school, and we .shall all miss him Vein hud s p n i i t h i n e q u i t e jn ciimmon wilh Bob He had a definite attraction for joke-, and n, ttas not an uncommon I h m g for Vein'j lo be cauirht m a k i n g tioii- lli in school. Vcrn has Ijecn a n u m b e r o' the Ked and Gold Stnff. H i l l i n g ihis jc.u for H i _ V lie wa^ p i c s i d i n t of Ins class d u i i n g sophomore yca and WIIH acini- I)i anilities club pi'L".idcnl Vcrn i\us in the junioi clas.s plav in '-11 and did a good job of ailing as a robl c-r, while his purt In a one_acl pla H a s a comctly char, acter. Vcrn nas a l w a y s i n l u i s i e d in dramatics and Ins fine w o r k w (l s appidialed by all of us. I Hair i l u i n i K his sophomoio and uigcd Iht- ttam on to Rangers 4 .'! Navy 2 'i Army 2 5 Liberators 1 0 The freshman' and sophomove- named then teams jefler Cervices in U S.--marines, rangers, n-av\ mil ai my. It looks like tin ma rines have landed and are K"'"(-' strong. Skip Mclindo, Cl.ij Ion and Ivc'linul Nichols an tho hot .stiols of the m a r i n e s The juniors and seniors naiiyil their tcam.s after l.\ies of ]\ nu Name W I. Thumleiballs, ... :i :i Avengers 1 2 Ilurnc.ines 1 '!. Aiicobia-s . 2 I S p i t r n c 2 I The Huiricane? and the A i r . cobias tiot.1 one game at H all. Cup taina lire 1 Thun'Jerballs, W. f'ark (r; Orengeis, V. Foster; K i n t f i i i ' B. Johnson; Hurricanes, R. IVlil, and AirnQbrui, R IMeis. Bi;. .111 ard l)i nn.i i: - I ' l i i l l . I. IMI Sorcii ill U i . l , m S',o- C i l i ' n . l l . P h j l l i s PHYSIC \L EDUCATION N The sL\ci.tli and eighth g a i c having basketball games ing physical t i a i m n g . There MX tc-aias The teams and captains arc"Wildcats,"--Billy Dcvme, c jri-iile 1 , "Panthers"--Heibert e n - t o v ; "Tenible Suedes" Gio-s, eighth grade; "Hor Toddy, eighth "Tigt.1-," --Dak 1 Schreibcr I'ntli grade; "Fighting Cobr Benny B l o w n , eighth grnde. ,,.,,,,,, D R A M A T I C S CLUB NEW ·I M l l l ) ( . i n m : N n S T |,e second play cast has ", L '"" '' l l " I"'!" 1 "' nn ~ chosen. The members arc as t'l.uh II, ,s N , , , l ( ilmu'll. N K ' l i l o w s . c a a n d p i Buston, Jim ( o n u s I,, ,, , s L l,,,,,l ,,,,,,, C J c n e s c o . k r | M ] s _ rillllll;r Marlv s 1 i s t l u . k ,u f i - i i s h u l ,,ne of L l / / ) l . j l!lMnc T)lon ; as L T U I l i d l l ·· f l d l i l i s \\ L . h:i-i n ,1 ,|]n , ,.id, , 1- I ' h i l i l u 1 l . a , i be i n In mgiiig a m _ malt, to -i l,i I i mil- .uiinial eollec ll'jn. Wi h IM I m u sluiliinc; ,1111 I m.ils nT l o c l . i j m eon in i . \\'e now I l i a \ -i w n . t i i. I iMc sco'ie ^d up I h i l sho\'.s M , m , oi (In- eonnnon w i n t e r ;mimaU a n d L i n n Immes Rrtboil Fiuth, W R i e a n , Cluules Kidcs; Mr. Wonsky, Jim Larsen; Josio, N Andei .son. 1IOMHMAKING CLUB The lloniemaking club he meeting Tuesday in the T Economics loom. It was d Have a \'alcutinc party We arc lo bring sack lun (Cnnlimied on page ATTliNDANCIi A W A R D S ' Perfect attendance a w a r d s v , c i t given to following gutlu diildri'ii for being neither l i n d v not a b s i n t d u i l n g the beiiipsUr. | Fifth Grnde -- Donald NMghhoi-- Maxirc Wagnicr, Ooi glius .lohann. jt-ar m c i c r p H a i o l d Hilton, Haiold H i l d . mnsiy Clona Eagcnstos,, Mary Kai r, RATION CALENDAR TIKES r]as.s A Ration: First in. spcclion deadline--March 31, Cla v s E, C or bulk rations: Fiist inspectior, deadline -- Fcb ·}». Commeicial vehicles inspection deadline -- Feb., 3iJ. GASOLINE *'A" book coupons No. 4 (4 gnls. each) expire March 21 FUEL OIL Period 3 coupons (11 gal.s. each) expire Feb. 20. Period i coupons (11 gala, each--valid Jnn. 31, expire Apr, 12, COFFEE Coupon No. 28 (1 lb.) ;xpires Feb. 7, SUGAR Coupon No. 11 (3 Ibs.) valid Fcb. 1, expires March 15. REGISTRATION Date of registration for iVa r Ration Book Two will e announced soon I Meat Builds Health Meat Is 96 to 98 pet. Dlgestable Build Your Meal Around The MEAT J,9c The ehcaper cuts of meat will cost fewer points, when meat rationing starts. Remember too, they are economical, easy to prepare and nutritious. RATII'S BACON SQUARES, lb. 19c RATH'S SLICED JiACON, lb. PORK BRAINS, lb. PORK LIVER (Sliced Wafer Thin), lb. FRESH PIGS HUT, lb. PORK HOX, lb. PORK RACK JJONES, lb. CHOICE BEEF ROAST, lb. The Klcen Maid Radio Special Cake Butterscotch Pecan PASCAL CELERY, giant size FANCY LETTUCE, each . LARGE FANCY ORANGES, do/. CALIFORNIA CARROTS-- The Best-- 2 bchs. WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF CHEESE Enriched Certainty Flour, 24'/ 2 Ibs. $1.05 5 Ibs. . . KIX, 2 for . BABY LIMA BEANS, 2 Ibs. LARGE OXYDOL . . 25c 23C 09^ 29 C 39c 17 c Official Fat Collection Center SAVE GREASE AND FATS TO SCRAP AXIS Smiling Service at Whei [Jents Cloth of Gold 32c «. i In 1, M:\V 1!)I.J DESIONS IN " V I V I A N I t A K E U " WASHABLE FROCKS $1.98 each N'c.w, icfrc'shing prints l i i i g h U n oiu mornings imtl \M 11 foi ,ill your activities day long. Si/es I I to »2 TURKISH TOWELS l!ItlX(; TIMELY SAVINGS! c AT 55c AT 79c AT \ u i r i 'I In j're eslra heavy, Si/e din able and all 11 h u e . AT Fancy pattern peach, rose or gre 22\11 tizc.- PANTIES 33c u you l l / J I S . SHOWER GIFTS A new assortment o f P.nby I t e m s i n c l u d i n g B l a n k e t s , C a r r i a K -' - S i t k, 111(ss Sets, ISoolics, Swtatci S( ts STEVENS ALL LINE; TOWELIN 35c yd- Bleached or ' blc.ichcd. 18 inch Lonif Sleeved White Rayon Hlouscs Outing downs, hi/cs r 16, 17, 18, li) New Spring Skirts Corduroy Jackets, si/.cs 12-18 Drapery Materials, yard Spring Curtains rd JJrassicrs 52. $1. $2.98 - S3. . 54 23c, 39c, 45c, 35c, 39c, -medium, lart r e only (,'ossard (Jirdlcs--Elastic- Miinchu IJatts Sterling, S-o/c. Uatts FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 2 $2, ...1 1 Scnllfss Grapefruit Tcvas Seedless, doz... ' Apples--Wincsap bushel , Lettuce i\cw Head head Carrots 2 bunches Cranberries, lb. 19c HICK 2 Jbs TOMATO SOUP SODA CRACKERS 21c 19c 23c I'ALMOUVE 3 bars SUPER SUDS Giant Size CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP. 10 bars. - 2 5 4 THOMPSON DEPT. "^ KWSPAPERl EWSPAPERl

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