Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa on February 18, 1943 · Page 5
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La Porte City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1943
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SOCIETY Mrs. Frances Nies, Society Editor, Phone 95 Social Calendar Februarj 19 E O F clLb w i t h M r s C A Brust Literar-i Circle ·ftith Mrs A E Kober Februarj 20 ·ft R C siher tea in K of P hall Good Cheer Jub with Mrs Poit Shnner, Mr' Ra'ph Miles, assnt inp, 7 o clock co\cred dish supper 1 chruarj 22 G B u i t h Mrs Etta Good Mrs Cl.\de JenXs March 2 What Next club Lotus club with Mrs Adi \ir her March 3 HiRhlard club with Mr-. George Eothmeier Mite -ociety of PrcsbUirnn church with Mrs J H ch nrman of committee L L P C club March 4 Thrift club w i t h M Koontz Gcon PON B w i n Family Dinner in dub with Mrs Henry Bagenstos Home I A f-imily d nner on I i nib Ftbrunr\ 2S P i i t PjCMdcnts' pirley Mrs Chas Kocher Briilpc elub luncheon \iitl L J Robcitson Februarj 24 First division of \V S C Mr^ Fiank Cravenhoist Mibbionarv society of Man Sundaj m term chuich at the ^Irs F R Passler February 2~i Pcbek ih lodge in I 0 0 F hall Fchrinrj 26 Double Six bridge club with J R Bu^cr Mirch 1 Grand Cucle with the home of Mr and Mrs ' j i \ with Rigcnstos was gnen in honor of | the birthday of Mr B igenstos, ith Mrs I who was si\ty_five on luc'dav He was presented with a birthdai. 'eake and other gifts and remem S with berecl by card 1 ; I Those who nttcnded were Mr Presby. anc | M^ p atl ] O'Connor and f im with !i v O f Arthu Washburn, Mr and Mri r Bagenstos and family, | Mr and Mrs 'Norma Jean Fnsby John and Hunter and Mrs Belle Steven*, Pure Linen 5 yards for $1.59 leached or unbleached 18 inch owelmg Special at this price ·'nday and SatLrdav o n b ' Thompson's Mrs. Gates Hostess To Tourist Club Tounst club met Thursday a f t _ ernoon with Mrs C T Gates for a patriotic program After all giv ing the flag salute, Airs Fred Garrabrant discussed the history of the "Sta r Spangled Banner," Mrs Weldon Betts, "Bill of Rights," and Mrs John Goon the "Preamble of the Constitution " (Past Noble Grands With Miss Dora Kruse The Past Noble Grand Circle met with Dora Kruse with Mrs Glenn Haven assisting last weefc instead of Mrs Clyde Jenks Mrs Jenks will he the hostess, on March 1 with Lois Miszner assist ing Gretchen McQuillan I Weds Henry Isebrands , | Gretchen Arlene McQuilkm, I daughter of Mr and Mrs James I |Greer McQuilkm of La Porte Cil.l Iowa, and Stanlex Isebrandi b o n j (of Henrj Isebrands of Little' I Rock, Iowa, were married SundaiJ Feb 7 at b 30 p m at the Wee | K n k o' the Heather m Forest Law-n Memorial park, Glcndale Calif Twent\.fi\e relatives and friends witnessed the single ring, ceremonj which was, pciiornuil a t ' in altar of fernb and baskets of gladioli Re\ A Ingham, uncle of M H Taylor, former supiiin.| tendcnt of the La Porte C i t v | school, officiated at the icremom Attending the coupl^ v^e AIi ' ind Mrs Scrlc Sherm-in of H'ln. 1 tmgton Park Calif The u^hir were Thale I^cbrands brothej of the groom ard Milfoid N'elson , The bride w o r e \ whiti woo 1 flannel street length dre=s v i t n three.quirtir length sleeves a n d , i black veiled hat w i t h long' black gloves Her coinage was red roses with white tulle and she wore a -daintv go'd bracelet a,l gift ol he r brother, K n k The matron of honor wore a gold colored dress vuth black ic eessories Her corsige was of blue delphiniums Organ music preeeded the ecrc. monj Following 'he singing of ' A l l for You' ami "I Love lou Tiulv," the organist "Annie Laurie" the theme Wee Kirk o the Heather Immediatcij following the cere, mony the couple was showered with white rose petals from above Thej received congratulations be fore ftie famous w i s h i n g chair JUS L outside tho ehurch Mrs Isebrands was graduated fiom the local high school ind Central college, Pclla, Iowa She taught two jears at Dike, Iowa and the "past two and onc.half Relief Corps Plans I Its Sihcr Tea 1 The tt K t ,,,,, , m n u u l si t i l l t,. M i '· ' It i to w h o a il n ill I'll w ! a d tun, of *hr,e jeaVs "to succoec *· r Konglm -nhosc term expires March IS II One m r three years -uiucd Howard Van Fleet - t u n ivp rvs Maich 1943 Ihi- m i n i n g w i l l be open for I hi f n 11- n of such business I ' s n "· K j i K conn before it D i t i d I i b : u th n t La Porte C n \ lou i J' M l , 0 KOBER, I I 1 , I k w i l l Shell Station Hours MM l u i llnir 1 n n M l i v lo In I i ' p 7 p ^ p to T p to 7 p 10 p (A 6 p 1 in i i I i I Mrs (). E KnlH'i [s Surprised on l ? n i l u ] , t \ (rosin ind \ i r g i m a Dale-- Fred » I n n in I M u i n r i t (In. r, ,i,, i, 0 n y"" C l "« cther '" Ir "»K HiHinV, ' llolida Inn ini lutiiri a t t r a c t i o n w h i c h comes to tin M i r * . llu.Krc for h\o s n n * n ° N rSund . ai atltl ^"I'l-" Irln, IMS w r i t t e n iliMn m w son.". OIK for almost c i c n o n e of our lioli ( ].,, s t s p m i l | \ for (In and In s t h r o w n in l»i, o i l f a x o r i U s f u r a f n, n \ nmsnri a nighl enlcrfiiiung p i c t u r e winch combines Hughs s ,,ngs Remolds film pla%ed . ,, , of the a'^unme^ b\ a H e l l b i l m c c d i ip iblc cast Christian Service Group Has Program I o'clock on Fib J 5 licfon i I i r g i I g i o u p o f r d u n i s mil f r u n l s it Thn w c r v r ., ,, , T n n i U I utliu ,i, t l i u i d i in \ m O n The W S C S o£ t h e Methodist The ,ltc,i(l.,nls u i , c Gold,,. ,,,,! i h u r c h met in thi cl.u.rh p irlors R u t h A l p i r s of Vmlim , u, v l l ( , on ^c(lnc=nay aftimo, r ,Mtl, M,, eousin o f llu , b l l ( k lm , , R-u A n t o n a, d e m o t i o n il Icidcr Palmer of I n I'oto C i t \ in,l incl Mrs Roj I l i u k i n s in i h i r ^ c Oluir Smikc I \ L.1. | Mi O I honoi ( f 1 1: I i In i ^lii t i i d i if, i l l .IK! M i I i l l I lou i lou i I null \ \\ lof the sLuiK book Td'oiMip i the bride business meeting, tin fojloiMiig Thi Of V l M l o M , 101 1111 o f years at Little Rock Iowa The bride groom from the Little Rock Pinochle Group Meets With Mrs. Woodley The L. L P C. club met last week on "Wednesday night with Mrs Mildred Woodley as hostess in the home of Mrs L J Tutt A dessert luncheon preceded an evening of pinochle Mrs C A Brust was a guest graduitcd high school and attended Western Union col lege at Lc Mars, Iowa He it err p'oyed by Lockhied Aircraft Cor poralion, Los Angeles, Calif The couple will hi. at home at 2121 West llth street .n that city Mrs Rose Hayes McQuilkm of Long Beach, Calif and Mr and Mrs Letson B Kaiser and family former La Porte City residents, attended --he wedding program i\ is bndc « t re f i l bou(|UeL of p i n k i M | N O I K I Ooon Vrs Clifford Buir and Margaret veil , lajloi s ing ,1 duct nccomp micrl buds by Mrs C A Bust, Mrs, T II T h e date t h e j ehc«e to l,i ,,,,, gave a r r a d i n g the j u n i o r ncd on is the v,ed,lmg m n n t i n trio, 1Vanda ttc.ithcrh Shir dnle of the bnd L \ pannls- gr.iml ky Ashler and Patricia Hall, sail* parents and an -Hint accompanied [,j Mis, f u l o r , ind After a ,horl «cildin K t r i p i h Mrs Supplec pUtd a violin so'o w i l l ] 1VC on ., r arm , v t b L of , accompanied b\ Mrs Brust (Porte Gilj Ihe 01 I t l (.1 I \|[ I I I ( i!0\ I «. i ( ! i| 0(M Read the want adsl This 14 piece Moonstone LUNCMOt/SfL ~ ' rly designed modern your tasty luncheons clion Marie Butschy Weds Robert E. Addington In a candlelight service in the chapel of First Baptist church at 7 30 on Februan U in Waterloo Mane Butschy, daughter of Frerl Butschy of Li Porte City, became the bride of Robert E Addington, son of Mr and Mrs R E Ad dington, 202 Rebcr avenue, Water loo Rev A L Drake, pastor o f t the churc^ officiated m the pros ifive h u i u l r u l The committee in eh.irgc con slated of Mcsd.ime'. Leo R a u e i , Ralph B r o v n , W i l l n m Turner, Charles Kochci, A D Newton Uave Fliekmper Virn Clark R A Hcyden, C A Tultz Bess Linger, Cliff Stiohceker, R u An ton Will Wilson, Geoige B e ' l i r i B c i , Osear Van Fleet and Fr ink Knbs I f i r m fiithci uroom f u l l i t mini i bridge j u Ladies Catholic League Has 1:30 Luncheon Th' Indies Catholic League met foi 1 30 luncheon last T h u i s d u in thr liom of Nolle Gannon Itev Fr A i ' i l b i rt SmcUina of W iterloi Mrs. Art Olscn Entertams at Bridge Mis Art Olsen group of I ulies it on Tuesday mghl At tin elos. o f the e v u i i i i g r e f r e s h m e n t s M C I L served Av\arls in bi ulgi u n i t t i M i s C T G i l e s M i s d m C . a i r i b i a i i l and Mis I) I Wcalherlj K 'in il d i n t C i t v ( i n il M if i l i r i l i I M i r d i ) , it i d cli suit, A i j n i c tc i t l l ( if ( f l S I 1 ( \ . [ V I I I , Ii I ' ! I i I I ( It'h Easy S ( d i v i) d i I i l l p i p c r nat. n i t inv luste me to Haw_ « h I V L the sdiction -ire to. low iu i l i l v the high. IV C o Rexall Drug Store was i Last Chance on Canned Goods Before Point Rationing! You are aliened 5 CAFtS for each member of your family without penal t} Golden Corn--Mayflower Mayflower Tomatoes Mayflower Peas Mayflower Spinach Cut Green Beafis--Mayflower Blended Juice Grapefruit Juice Apple Sauce--Jack Sprat Peaches--Sliced or Halves Apricots Prunes--Jack Sprat Prunes Oysters--Mayflower No. 2 Can 13c No. 2 Can 13c No. 2 Can 15c No. 2 Can 15c No. 2 Can 15c 46 Oz. Can 37c 46 Oz. Can 29c No. 2 Can No. 2'/ z Can No. 2'/ 2 Can 23« No. 2'/ 2 Can 23c No. 10 Can 49c No. 10 Can CAREFULLY SELECTED FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES es-.sunkjst Jumbo 150 Size Doz. 49c c au,ifl 0wer _ Fancy Calif. Snow White Ea. 25 C Pascal Lettuce 9c Oranges Sweet Texas Juice Doz. 19c urajjcii uii- 4 for 2'3c Delicious Apples 6 for 25c Z for 25c Grapefruit Large Texas Seedless 10 for 35c 2 bchs 15c New- Potatoes 3 Lbs. 25c nmno Jack Sprat Store cncc of foity guests using the single ring ceremony The bride's sister, Mrs Goorgi Grampp of Chicago, vvas, nntron of honor and M ix Barrow of \\ a. terloo served as best man The bride was __ at ired in a white bheer wool s u i t with b l o w n accessories and wore a cordage of red roses Her sister nad a sweet pea corsage w i t h hc r ensemble of b"ige wool Mrs Addmplon gradeatcd from the Li Poilc City high school and later from Gates Business collep-e in W itoi loo She had betn employed in Chicago as secretary for Time, Inc Mr Addington graduated from West high schi ol in Waterloo and then completed the four year apprentice school i* John Deere Tractor Co and is now employed in the Methods department there After a short w e d d i n g trip, the couple will be at home at 301 Prospect avenue Among the guests attending the wedding- were the bride s f a t h e r Fred Bulschy, Mrs Martin Shoe. maker of DCS Momes, John Butschy, Mr and Mr 0 C G Gercn and Alfred Butschj of La Porte Citv Bridge Club Meets With Mrs. Betts Mrs Weldon Betts was hostess last week on Tuesday at a 1 30 luncheon for the bridge club Mrs iCHkloy DriEcoi and Mrs Robert ' r*\ ,. n *» n.i.c. D and awards E Wag ibertson. Glime were gues I in bridge w e n t to Mrs R ner and Mrs L J Robe iMrs. Tutt Hostess To Double Six I Mr« L J Tutt was hostess at la dessert luncheon last Fndav ] afternoon for the Double Six bridge club Awards went to Mrs I H Goon and Mrs C. V Barn hart A f t e r t h e l u n c h e o n w i s Ihc C N l c r l a i n going Mrs to Mi Uo mint w i t h iwards Joe Amljro \ and iuer On T h u r d i ( v i u i p g rcb IS the Lcajri, v t i l l pnnsoi i (, ar ,J p i r t y in t h e I r ^ n r i h i l l p rculid N O M tt L Ml O H M S Monc\ t h i t Ii id IK en s i \ , , Iniy high s( horl b ln( | u n i f u n i ] Hie ( l i r m d . i Inch s, ,, ,,,] |, , | ' usul to pun h i i t \ \ bonds F,v(iHu ill tin i }L used for p iii_h i in(, forms but nou is h ifovei t i m e / 1 y a vvhich C "30 the con re ( J di h s,ip|) public is i n v i t d lo Robert Huppcrt Weds Vinton Girl Robe i t ] I u / i p u t son of Air mil 'Irs Tar] Huppc rt of I i 1'orU :it\, and R u b v Mp( rs d i u g h l i i f Mr and Mr^ H u m a n A l p t r s f Vinton, w e r e married it t i g h t t it b ( n ^ ni i i I in i Hi E\( H I M , M O M I N i A f o r m « r Alt pli i u t L M r s Dorothv H o l e s ni \ ·-ii| v i or of tli' u o f n ri * c i n n tlu lail in I os AUK* Ii w ' Ii mil lo ' \ ( L ne i I r 1 I irmer .if i liu i n nl capadc ' f Why w a n ' Sell n tl c want adsl ow, READ THE WANT ADS CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my fnends for the lovely flowers, plant letters, cards and other gifts sent me while in the hospital Am sure they helped to shorten the long hours 6.Ip Lottie Hubbard BAKE SALE Rebekah lodge will have a bake sale Saturday, Feb. 20, at the Lehman hardware store All Re. bekahs are to furnish something, and are asked to have it at the store by noon. 7'le DISSOLUTION SALE As we are dissolving partnership and n u i U i n f ' f i m m g on the f o r m i r R M Ounn f a r m we w i l l o f f e r it publ , .ucd.n our lijis|,,ck gram and farming equipment on t h e premiss l o c a e d f n e miles norlhiasl of B u r k m R h a m ,, n Ihe (.inise., fl/ i n "' r fc ; r . avtktl r " jd ' '"' "lilts nnrlh of (.cn-seo scliwl 11'/I milo n o r l h w i s l of U s a r t , \ \ i/ 2 miles n o r t h t a M «f I r a i r . i/l milcH bouth of Eagle Ctnlcr, starling at 1 o clock i) m "·harp on Monday, February 22 One Smooth Mouth Horse, 1,100 Lbs. and One Smooth Mouth Mule, About 1,100 Pounds,. 11 -- HEAD OF CATTLE -- 11 Eight stork cous w e i g h i n g from 1 000 lo 1,200 Ibs caeh, (wo cord v o u n g milk COHS, one ilolsUin, f r t s h last Stplcml«-r and one Shorthorn-Jersey cross, frtsh late ir. iVjitmbtr oiit vtal calf 10 -- FEEDING PIGS ~ 10 ·Weighing up lo 200 lb« , all vaccinaln) GRAIN, HAY, POULTRY Consisting of r ,. r ,00 bushels of good jtllow hhnd corn, about 3800 bushth of w h i c h is in crib and the rest o u t s i d e , fne Ions of mixed haj in barn, 45 W h i l e Leghorn hins, I v c a r old MACHINERY AND MISCELLANEOUS John Dwrc Model "A" traclor, w i l h hydraulic lift, and t w o scls rear wheels, one set on rubber, Ihe olhrr ttecl, John Deere Iractor corn p l o w , John Deere two.bolldm 16.inch slubblc p l o w , John Dccrc ? bottom H.inch plun, John Decrc I'i ft disc, John Dcert 2J foot drag with folding draw bar new fast c a r , wagon with triple box. "Moline horse_drawn corn planltr, » i t h 60 rods of wire, horse.drawn single.row corn p l o w . Gal lo»a» cream separator, 1,000 pounds eapaeit), 1J/ 2 jears old w i t h Bnggs S. Slralton gasoline motor, four.whccJ trailer six inch grinder circular wood saw, mounted on truck. Low. den grapple fork, harpoon fork, pullevH, 230 feel of hav rope new last jear; hay slings, 4 horse steel cicner for hor« iravm 2-row corn^ plon , 30-gallon rendering keltic, get of work har ness; child's saddle; single harness, some collar^, post dnll. block and tackle, and other tools; a dozen gram sacks in pood shape, and other articles too numerous to mention. All maetiin co m Rood condition, SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS--Including some fnrmtnrc washing machine wilh Briggs . Stratton EJLS motor, No* Home cabinet stlye sewing machine. LSUAL TERMS--No Property to be Removed Until Settled for Lewis Peters f ~ ~ er Oscar TosUcbe, Cedar Fills, A net. lerk Old Furnis/imffs Like New Again' \ \ i l h 15 U Quality td^ ffl Varnishes Paints Enamels l l I I l l l " I l l l l l i t ilisi i r d I C u m I n n l i v |u Him,; | I l l IT dm I lil M I, il f r i i r n |ir (i i [ mil |n sirt i i "-(s ID in i k e J i r k l i . l \ » i l l s s|) lr linn v u i i r s e i r i t i i l i s j i i L i il l i . r i n u l a lo CLFOXN IX Q u i t K I \ JIFFY! J loor Wj\ . ing I t r t Snoulj'nl i t if i nt , · i , hl Tn.mjflc Mop i :i 0 DC I tirniluri! Polish Note These Bargains \ A R \ I S I I I1RUSII 15c "J'RJoCUT" TUMBLERS 8 FELT CORN PADS 5c lOc i f hold t nr e n i ^ T. to. C o ; 1 1 \ l clisi^r i n 10 r irii L u m h 1 t r nichi till h i n d j s ?L I i\ ( N e w f o ( t comfort w i t h the s o f t protection of I|K"( (uds 8 in i package M-W S I l I I ' M I N r Of RAKERY FRESH COOKIES JtST A R I t U L D Sandwich, Oatmeal Raisin and Iced Spiced Cookies 20C Pure Chocolate Cookies 25c As.sortcd Lajer Cake Cookies 3Qc You Wil7 Enjoy Shopping at to $1.00 Store 3T SP4PFR1

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