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February 11, 1943

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

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Page Two THE S-REVIEW, LA PORTE CITY, IOWA La Porte City Personals Thursday, F Elsie Henke of Waterloo was a guest of Mae Fox last week end. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dexter and daughter, Neva, were in Marshall, town last Saturday. Sfrt. Wellwood Belts was trans, ferrei last week from Pine Camp, New York to Columbus Army Air Field at Columbus, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Merchant John Lorenzen of Denver, Iowa.| of Garrison" spent Sunday in the is a guest in the home of Mr. and, home of Mr. and Mrs. H. R Mer Mrs. Herbert Johannsen. chant Donald Richards retted Tues. Mr ' and Jfe A , |an Cooper and baby son, John, of Waterloo, were quests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Watcrlooj Fo;j5 nver the week end. day night from Chicago where he spent the week end with friends. Charles Hughes o. visited friends here last Friday and attended to business rr.stters. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burrows and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cnariie Grimm o f , t n e i r dauphier, Mrs. .Tames Prim. Marion, la., visited daring the past i 3,^ ; n Waterloo. ·week with her son, Shannon Davis, ·,-,-,, T- . , . , , . . f -·, I »es Hobsr was aast-nt from his ana lamuy. : fk a[ the K H n c Deparlmpn{ Mrs. William Brallier returned I stO re Tuesday and Wednesday, a to her home here Wednesday after spending a few days with her son, C. J. Brallier, in Waterloo. Corporal Don Rundel has arriv. ed in Africa, according to a letter victim of the current epidemic of influenza. The Booster class of the Mctho. dist church school met on Tuesday i;it;hi in the home of Rev. and received this week by his par.; Mrs. Ralph Supp'.cc fo r a social ents, Mr. and Mrs, Orland Rupdel. Edwin Carroll, son of Mr. :\-id Mrs. Osca r Fleet, spent the evening and refreshments. Monr.esse club met Wednesday night with Mrs. Ht-rfcert Johann_ . _ week end visitin E relatives in S t . i s e n , with Mrs. George M a r t i n us Pan!, Minn. I a guest. Awards went to Mrs. Fosse and Mrs. Art Olaen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graven, horst, Mrs. John Kahler and Mrs. Everett Fox attended the funeral of William Garbers at Van Home last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Gamble, formerly of this community, are the parents of a nine pound three ounce boy, born February 1 at Postville. where Mr. Gamble is vocational agriculture instructor. E. E. Grosse and daughter, Mrs. Merle Sloat, of Rock Falls, III., left for their home last Thursday after coming to La Porte City for the funeral of the late William Brallier. Ruby Burrows, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burrows, left Sunday for Detroit, where she en. rolled in the United Aircraft training school. She will be cm. ployed there. Ruth McChane, a nurse in Chi. capo, is spending this -week with her mother, Mrs. Neva McChane, and her sister, Mrs. Leo Bauer. She will return to Chicago Mon. day. H. A, Peters, jr. went to Rochester, Minn, to enter the Mayo clinic for stomach trouble on Monday and Mrs. Edna Olive went Tuesday for relief of goiter and complications. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Haberichtcr La Porte City Sales Co. Next Sale Saturday, Feb. 13 150 -- HEAD OF CATTLE -- 150 20 head of 800 pound whiteface and shorthorn steers. 25 head of choice shorthorn steers weighing 500 to 600 pounds. 35 head of mixed Angus steers and heifers. 10 head springing cows and heifers. Remainder Mixed Cattle. 20 head bred ewes. Some feeder pigs. 500 Bushel Marion Seed Oats ANTON, CLARK JURGENS, Owners PHONE 209 will ding observe their fortieth wed_ anniversary this Thursday evening, with a covered dish dinner being served to a large group of relatives. Mri. Ralph Brown and Eva Boylcs are attending a three months' course of night school at Gates business college in Waterloo twice a week taking book, keeping and typing. Fraternity class of the Methodist church school postponed its parly which was to have been held at the Will Sawyer home Wednesday night because of the bad weather. The party will be held Wednesday night next week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sturtz and family of Brandon, John Reise and Marie Miller of Dunkerton and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keegan and family of La Porte City were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Van Fleet. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Waller entertained a group of relatives at a one o'clock dinner last Sunday in honor of the 51st wedding anniversary of Mr. Waller's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burmeister of Dysart. Ashley Fosse writes his parents here that he is well and hap_ py at a Marine Corps post somewhere in the Pacific. He says that mail is coming through fine. Weighing only 128 pounds when he joined the marines, he now tips the scales at 170. Word has been received here that Pvt. Arnold Wagner has been transferred from Camp Phillips, You Can Help WIN THE WAR! Food is proving to be one of the major requirements of this war and Poultry is one of the items which can and should be expanded as rapidly as possible. If you have facilities to handle two broods, by all means do so. Both meat and eggs are needed now. Order your chicks now, as some dates in April are rapidly filling up. We are still offering a special discount of $1.00 per 100 on all orders taken out in March. Help yourself and your Country by starting your brood early or if possible raise two broods. Have you tried the EVERGREEN HOG SUPPLEMENT? Evergreen Hatchery Poultry, Hog and Cattle Feed Poultry Equipment Baby Chick* Started Chicks PHONJ 135 LA PORTE CITY Salina, Kansas, to Kansas City, 1 Leone is a dark.eyed brunette. Mo. He will act as military police. I She man on trains out of Kansas City Porte started to school Citv in first and at La second to Denver, Chicago and Texas, grade. She finished ,'ocoml grade He says they live a few blocks from and eat at boarding houses. in lents j u f t ln Littleton, Co!o. From Union Depot,, she went to Englcwood, there Colo. ot in school, but this has not iterferred with his zest for jorts. He likes to swim, but roller mating ranks first on his list. For a leisurely pastime he pre_ on January 18, I L "Groundhog Day." Oscar I. Lewis, of the oldest businps*! fcrs dancing or the movies to any. I town and is also repi I where she completed third giat'.o.! He is not definitely particular as blom Dr. L. F. Bailey conducted n ; T h e n it was to Denver, Colo, for | yet clinic on his specialty, "Individual. | fourth grade; Jesup, Iowa, for ized Immediate Dentures," at a] fifth grade; Shady Crovc for meeting of the Cedar Rapids Den. I sixth grade; Jubilee for la't part tal Society at Cedar Rapids the of sixth to ten (trade inclusive, first of this week. He reports that] and ending up at La Porte City toe meeting was attended by i large group of dentists, including many from the state university at Iowa City. Mr. and again for eleventh and twelfth grades. So we can th.it whether his or brunet. partners are oldest active busir He-.- Last summer he had a time at the resort at Clea.- state. Mr. Lewis, nov, in business in Hon! grand | years, going there Lake.! sas. LEGAL NO has left many schools and places! scon come true. tertained a Mrs. Roy Brown en group of twenty .one i behind career. Her her during her school I He. v.-ith a jrroup of boys, "batch.! cd" it for a week. What fun!! | Daryl's whole ambition is to be| · -- - a naval cadet--and his wish may I NOTICE OF PrtOO I State of Iowa, | County, ss. In the I) i December Term, 19-1: fiivorite school subjects! SIXTH GRADE NEWS , In geography we are s t u d y i n g , °,. A " " hom . " , M!I relatives last Sunday for a picnic seem to be bio ! ogy and physiology. North Africa. It is interesting to I \ ou Are dinner. Those from out of town She has h;i ( | many extra curric-.i.' know what were Mr. and Mrs. James Hill of activities d u r i n g high school, over there. our boys might see i an instrument of . - - - , . - . _ . . years; Pep club, one Sqi adron" in hopes of finding ' ccased - h avm ff been t naking club and Spot_ "The Flying Wing." ' °P cncd and read. W- Mt. Auburn and granddaughter,. They arc GAA, two years; Glue| We are reading "The Margaret Hill of Chicago, Mrs.| club, three " ' ' i - Mardene Jancttc and daughter of Waterloo, Floricne Brown and Mildred Loveless of Cedar Rapids. Kilkare c'.ub had a party last Thursday night at the home of ing to be the last V.'i Secret i m e n t of Mau "=e Ti year; Homcmaki light club for two years each. Maralyn Olscn, Betty Rundel Leone is very fond of dramatics.! nnd Raymond Bolirger have been She has appeared in two three.act J o n the sick libt this week, plays ar.d three one.act plays. S h e j Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johannsen.! is always willing to take a part 1 Husbands of the -lub members! in short skits, readings, etc. were guests at a seven o'clock pep assemblies. NO SHADOW for | One ground hog was unable to I see his shadow on February 2, was wards for high score] ming best of the sports. She also, pen of near Mabel. He found the i Ashley and Mrs. Dale! likes to do a bit of dancing. Lc. animal ntar the farm buildings' dinner, followed by playing five She likes ice skating and s w i m . i o c c that was killed by Lest Kon Unriflv (Brl A w * f L " '" I -- : -- !_,,.. L _ J * 1 L,. n L _ .. 1 ' «n_ -f ^ r , . ._ _ "~ ·went to Lee Snyder, and for low to Fritz Kline and Severt Lassen. Hostesses were Mrs. George Elliott, Mrs. Roy Pauls, Mrs. Arthur Bagenstos and Mrs. Johannsen. 17th day of Februr fixed for hearing j i y Dated February 10 I. W. BI 6-lc Clerk D Churches SACRED HEART CHURCH Sunday, Holy Moss and Ben=diction. 3:00 a. m. Friday, Holy Mass, 7:30 a. m. Frid.iy, Devotionr., 7:30 p. m. Saturday, Holy Mass, 8:00 a. m Saturday, Devotions, 7:30 p. m. ST. MARY'S CF MT. CARMEL Eagle Center, la. Fr. R. F. Duffy. Pastor Masses on Sundays at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock. LA PORTE CITY CHURCH WESLEYAN METHODIST Rev. A. Rnthfuss, Pastor Sunday, Sermon, 10 a. m. Bible school for all ages, 11 . m. Bible study for all, 7:!0 p. m. Sermon, 8 p. m. Cottage prayer meeting Wed- nejay, 8 p. m. EMMANUEL WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH Harold D. Scoggan, pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. Morning Message at U a. m. Young Peoples Service at m. Evening Message at 8:30 IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH Gilbertvilk, Iowa Rev. Win. J. Cremer, Pastor Masses at 8 and 10 o'clock- p. one's favorite pastime is taking! pictures and traveling. She hasi had quite a bit of the latter for she has went to Chicago visiting NBC during the summer of 1940, | in addition to being in different) parts of Colorado. Leone's greatest ambition is to be a navy nurse; if not that, she would like to be an air hostess. N 0 T I C I have removed m\ its former Iccatio:, , street to the late Hem buildings'home. Dr. W. F. Chri Daryl Thomsen -- How does an Iowa boy usually begin life? On a farm? Of course, and that is where Daryl was born. His birth. day was Nov. 15, 1024. His par. ents were Mr. and Mrs. George Thomsen. Daryl has two sisters and three brothers. All but one brother are! old than he. His two older brothers are now in the U. S. navy. He started school in the pro. verbial country school but trans. ferred the first year to school in La Porte City. All through his grade school life, he has been an I excellent student of mathematics.! Upon entering high school he joined the Hi.Y. He also has been on the basketball team three years. Daryl's favorite subject is, of course, mathematics. As a senior he favors physics. He is taking an extra course in trigonometry with a group of students who are interested upon entering the a i r l Sta-Rite Beauty Sa Will Move to new quarters in Dr. Christopher's Office Building on the north side of the middle blocl on Main Street Monday, February 15 We will continue to serve our old patrons until 8 p Saturday in our old quarters in the Progress Re building. Our Telephone Number Will Still be S ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH Raymond, Iowa Rev. L. Putz, Pastor Masses at 8 and 10 o'clock. EMMANUEL EVANGELICAL CHURCH G. L. Bcrgetnann, Pastor Sunday church school at 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. A special Missionary offering with the Day of Prayer for mis. sions service. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. Mid-week prayer service and Bible study on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. A cordial invitation is extended to all. METHODIST CHURCH Ralph Supplee, pastor. Race Relation Sunday. Morning worship, 11 a. m. On this Sunday nearest Lincoln's birthday the Christian church directs its thought to inter-racial goodwill. Special music . . . The Negro Spirituals. Sermon . . . "Abraham Lincoln." A special offering will be re_ ccivcd for our schools of negroes which provide trained leadership for the colored race. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Frederick R. Passlcr. Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Church service at 11 a. m. On this Sunday morning the theme for the sermon will be| The Lord Is My Shepherd." We have n God who seeks to lead us in right paths and to provide us with all of our needs j Throughout Christian history, the twenty.third Psalm has been the sweetest of nil spiritual poems, because of its discovery that God is the Shepherd of the soul. Here is a Psalm which presents a series of pictures of the believer's life and confidence. The perfect, restful trust in God which this Psalm inspires, not only secures us against the need of any. thing God would provide but it drives out the very thought of want, for God is our Shepherd. SCHOOL NEWS Biographies Leone Kenney--Nov. 24, 1925 was a glad day for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kenney of Waterloo, Iowa, as their first child, Leone, made her first appearance into this world. Leone has one brother and one sister, both younger than she and! both, of thtm blondes 'Where j Daryl has always worked when ' $1 Lorie Cologne 50c Chamberlains Lotion . . . 4 50c Lorie Rouge oOcOld Fashioned Flowers Face 60c SYRUP PEPSIN OIL CAPSULES Powder SOAP Lorie, 6 for . . Gardenia Bath, 3 for Oatmeal Soap Lanolin Soap, 3 for Priscilla, 6*for Each caplul. equal In Vllamul A lo 1/2 tcaipoonfuli Cud lanr Oil, 25c Puretest Aspirin FREE with each sale p u r c h a s e o f 5 0 c o r more. 60c ALKA- SELTZER 5000 U. S . P. unifl Vitamin A and 500 U. S. 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