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La Porte City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1943
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31 21 r, JLA Thursday, CLASSIFIED ADS THE RED AND GOLD Weekly Publication of the La Porte City School CLASSIFIED RATES Classified ids are eer.". per serEoa. w.ii i 25 ceT'ts ?t- ?-~=r-- T?- fl- £.=:?, a IC-ucrd L~ wiU COK 25 «·_ ts : .-T e:iif r r±* 30 cWu f-- : r ^ tie*. A added :o ~-t-:; *"!"" kiWrrUt- i ^-"^ tT -"' FOR SALE 1NOT1CE--Due :? a_i oversight in · I :he po*;circ rc:icfs mailed b y | I lie Yir.tcr. 1-s'^ir.ce company.' · I Ls. PfT-.f C-.'.Y ir.c -he Tiame oi i "ASM PROPERTY; JNSL-SANCE, FrarJc Grsve'^ors-. «aic_; Mcmbtr* car. still rersit 10 j 2"-· piynjL-r.:^ «-;;! bo for. | ctd :o V:-:os. Frani C r a . j hors: l.lp | j Insurance Kobe--. a:! o.! :; I^'e. fire s=a a--:o s^ - G. E. ; Churches Seeds FOR SALE 0?. SAU^ Z--'-. ' A - r - r Sir - - · : = . r.-^----. NVHS^HY STOCK: " " --- * WANTED " ~ " ~ *"" 3ZCAUSE V, · ·-'-- ^ , 5 \CRED H E A R T CHURCH Surety. Hc'.y Mass ar.d Ben-1 i --.-c-. r.(*0 2, rc. , 7-:i?.-. Hc-'y J! ^. T:SO a. re. r.:j-;-:?.y. H.- r y 'Jlass. S:M a. m s:ur^.iv. De\ ution?. 7.30 p. vn. MART'S OF MT. CARMEL Eaile Crnier. la. Fr. R. F. Duffy. Pallor '-."--= -- S-.-rcs;.-;: at S.OO and RED AND Editor-in-chief Associate Editor G. A. A. Reporter Hi-Y Reporter Ath!et:cs and L Club -Spotlight Club Voice ard Instrumental Music F. F. A. Freshman Class Reporter Sophomore Class Reporter Jun:rr Cla5s Reporter Senior Class Reporter Typist Asit Spcrts Editor Sponsor GOLD STAFF R u t h Coburn RicharJ Kocher Zaida Selk Vcm Foster Jack Lesh Junics Kahlcr R u t h Vopelak Don linger Mildred Ca?cy Dary! McBriclr Well wood Blough Dorothy Porter Marlys Stnhnke I.Dick Fohl Mr. Hcmbera ja man thinketh, that is what 'is," and "Do ye unto others you would you." have them do unto SIXTH GRADE NEWS We hc] a Valentine party Friday afternoon. How our hearts thrilled as we read the loving .messages. I We enjoyed the poem given to us by the f i f t h grade on Friday. In arithmetic we are problems in measurements. F. The A. BEATS SCOUTS , 'ca?tin K R u t h Coburn, F. A. beat the Sccuts. Kline and Llovd Fnish. Marshall 119 to 1-J, in a practice jrnme. The The second is t \ PORTE CITY CTlfRCH WESLEYAX METHODIST R*T. A. npthfu", Pa'rtor ?·-.?-.-. Sri-non, 10 z. n:. 3'.l'.~ school 'or all ages, Bib'e s'.Mcy for a'-!, ":!0 p. m. Sr.-.-c-. S p, m. C-:uire ?rs.-sr meeting ·--i'ay. S p. m. 11 looked very much in favor ing 1 Chairs." The cast of the Scouts because of the scv_ act-rs include Connie eral second their side. comedy, "Rock_ of char. Froning, team boys being on Leone Kenney and Eleanor Tay. In the second team !or. came the Scouts beat the F. F. A. The third is also a comedy, boys, H to S. The game was tied "Red Flannels," with Jim Kahler, to S. so two minutes overtime Maxine Thomas, Norma Anderson, played The Scouts scoring Marlvi Stahnke, Jim Larsen, basket and one free throw Charles Sides and Bob Frush. w i n n i n g the game. I THIRD GRADE NEWS Applv Shell E M M A N U E L WESLEYAN -METHOD1ST C H U R C H Harold D. Scoggan, pastor S-".ii£y School at 10 a. m. -·'.c-T.-g Me=sigs a: 11 a. TTI. People Service at P -.e-ir.? Message at 8:30 Sharon Davis brought a treat ONE.ACT PLAYS UNDERWAY The characters have been chos. for the children in our rooms en and ·nork is started on the Friday. Sharon's birthday three one-act plays to be given Sunday, Feb. 14. Tuesday, March 2, at the high We had a Valentine · SEKViCES Reoair Work en i-jy.r Cc. '* ' " i-:f GIFTS ro?. A£L OCCASIONS: Gif: st^T. JI ^"" J - J r -- - .^. T7TO GALLONS OF GOOD OIL-- BODY, FZXDEP. EEPAIP.IXG -- DesU removed, rtpair.'.ed to 3E£ici perfeciy. Onr work Trill pltasE yji. Drive :,".. Is--j Motor Co. 1--: S'narpentc. Gra'-'erjhori: Scop. -i.5c CLE_VZ?.'5 SOLVENT A~ L, J. : Miscellaneous I M M A C U L A T E CONCEPTION- CHURCH Gilbertville, Io«a Rev. Wm. J. Cremer, Pastor Masses at 8 and 10 o'clock. ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH Raj mnnd, Iowa Rev. L. Putz, Pastor Masses zz 8 and 10 o'clock. party in school auditorium at 7:45. The our room Friday. We played plays are sponsored by the Spot, games for a short time before light club and are under the di- exchanging Valentines, rection of Miss Hinde, the drama- Those people writing their spelling words correctly last week were Mary, Janet, An'na, Regina, Irene, Vcrna, Ronald, Dale, tics teacher. The first play, to be given will be "Show Up," a drama, Auxiliary Plans Defense Meeting American Legion Auxiliary will "^ K1 " as « TMTM m E0 ?-- al ld its annual National Defense ^ class. We have written the Marlene, Angela, Donetta, Larry, James and Noel. We are making a booklet of the kinds of cloth in social meeting at the Legion hall at 6:30 stor / of co ? on ' p. m. Monday, under the direction rea(J y to w n t e to of Mrs. Frank Miller. Edward Ridenour of Waterloo will deliver the principal address of the evening 1 . Real Estate FOS SALE: Ai acreage at edge of tc'^a; bros* iEc bam, £mall dsickes house; g-xd place I'JT chicken=; l-gh^s in \w- house. Not nodtrr- PicLe Vi, John Triem. G-2p AXTON'E mor.ej on real A. M. Baker, Port* City. AGENCY F O R W A T E R L O O Laundry and Unio^ie Cleaners. Harry Esher Barber Shop. 2-9p Time and tide -*ah for no man --and neither do the want ads. E M M A N U E L EVANGELICAL CHURCH G. L. Bergeraann. Pastor Sunday church school at 10 a. m. to . borrow' Muraing worship, with sermon by the pastor, 11 o'clock. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. Mid-week service and Bible study at 7:30 o'clock on Thursday evening. We meet to worship God and *o learn to know each other. Everyone is welcome. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley wo ° l an f the story of silk. SECOND GRADE NEWS We arc icady to begin our thir] Er.iup of stones in our readers, More Friends and Neighbors. In music cJasi MJSS Taylor has taught us an ice skating and Val. cntmc songs. Thirteen in our room got "A's" m spelling last week. Friday we had our Valentine party. crowd was on hand to *,,, close game, but the 1roi ails the apple cai-t nm i turned a onesided game. I : ,,.', smooth ball handing anj ti fensivc and offcnsnc rcbo' of the Dysart five tha- ·*. winning factor of the g^nt The Trojans jumped To an 3 to 0 first q u a i t c r !· ;,,]. ar ' r then on was only chuH^o the lead once. The l;» ms j doing hoop for the first liir, ,,; ".^ in the second quanr. b trailed as the initial 'naif In the third quart ti the mads their only i r iou-; KruEe, Moline ;ind split the net to j: back in the ball ^ ; again Dysart, bchi-.d ·Spa . Bu the EIGHTH G R A D E NEWS Shirley Ashley spelled down the osL of our grade on Thursday. On Friday we enjoyed a Valentine party. We scivej fruit salad, cake and candy for refreshments. Dysart posted their second vic_ tory of the year over the Rams 31 to eye of Kcu M;il;id;. from the Rams to hu'.il a 21 third quarter lead, \ulh(r scored heavily in the nral ter, both matching tac^ point for point. Ken Kruse, hig-h -[orin^ forwaid, was held to only c" Darrell Moline contiolltd r.i the Rams reljounila to ta\ defensive honors. KLII ) continued his scoung fpre the Trojans by tollectiiii; 11] The little Trojans made th ning a complete one foi !·= sart boys by defcLili'i,' tfc on the Trojan home floor, IS, Because of the close ,, played at La Porte City, a large I played good ball. game I Kams, 18 to 9. X u i t n c FIRST GRADE NEWS We have been making Valentines in art class. We had a Valentine party Friday afternoon, We have been reading about "Fun at the Farm" in our new readers. phort 138, La C. A. Brust BRIAHDALE STORE HOME OF FINER FOODS Dawn Fresh Frozen Food FRUITS VEGETABLES FISH Friday SPECIALS Saturday 39c 29c 49c 23c 23c 29c 25c 25c 25c 49c 25c 25c MT. HOPE LONGHORN CHEESE Per Pound SUNKIST NAVAL ORANGES Per Dozen FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER Per Pound BRIARDALE CAKE FLOUR Large Package "RUBY RED" GRAPEFRUIT 3 Large BRIARDALE FRESH GROUND COFFEE, Per Pound MICHIGAN NAVY BEANS 3 Pounds IDAHO NORTHERN BEANS Z Pounds . IDAHO RED BEANS 3 Pounds G. W. C, BLEACH · Gallon Glass Jug .. G. W. C. PURE LYE 3 Cans for CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP 6 Bars FOR VICTORY OUR Grow Vitamins at Your ! Kitchen Door ' S "'S METHODIST CHURCH Ralph Supplee, pastor. 10 a. m., Church school. 11 a. m., Morning worship. Sermon: "Transforming I Personalities." 7:30 p. m., Youth Fellowship. Our PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Frederick R. Passler. Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Church worship at 11 a. m. Th» theme for the morning sermon will be "The Master Workman." Remember the attendance contest in Sunday school. Support the Fide to which you belong with regular attendance and by bring, ing your friends! The Ladies Missionary Society will gathe r at the Manse on next Wednesday afternoon for their regular monthly meeting. Jebe. Shannon Davis had a birthday Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Shanda of ; February 14. We had a party for near Elberon spent several days him Friday afternoon. He brought with their children, the Elmer Shanda and Paul Chalupsky families. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Shanda and children spent Sunday with the treats for all of us. ASSEMBLY PROGRAM The La Porte City high school students had a very good asscm- latter"s mother and other relatives bly program Friday morning. It near Elberon. Jurgen Jebc of Dysart had the bad luck to cut the end of his fing_ thedral" and /'Sundown.' The er quite badly while helping with speaker, Rev. Bergeman, gave a the butchering on his farm occu. i extremely g'ood and timely talk on pied by Henry Bottema. preparing for our future life. "As i was opened by the Cirls' Glee club B. singing two numbers, "Green Ca. Bruce Center Mrs. Harry Bookmcier has been enjoying a visit with her brother, Georjjc Fell, jr. and wife, he having finished his course in flying at Denver, Colo, and is awaiting !orders while staying at the home I of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gc-orfe Fell, and with Mrs. Fell's parents at G r u n d y Center. The Pan) and Chas. Chalupsky families spent Sunday with thcir[ hiiter, Mrs. Robert Allshousc and family at Vinton. Little Joe Rothmcier spent Wednesday afternoon with his grandmother, Mrs. Amanda. Kahler, while his paienls, Mr. and Mrs. George Rothmcier, and aunt, Irene Kahler, attended the Amelia Senft j funeral at Shellaburg. ' Mrs. Amanda KahllT received, word that her son, Orville, expects | to arrive on Friday for a short furlough until further orders. He has been attending a midshipman's school in New York City, finishing his examinations on [Thursday. A daughter, Lina of Minneapolis, Minn., will also ar. rive on Friday for a week end visit. (Written Cor last week) I Frank Marqundt of Dysart is looking after the chores on the George Leo farm until March 1; the Louis Vogt family having mov. ed over near Garrison, Reports are that Mrs. James Fleming has not been very well. Her daughter, Edna, teacher for several years at Bruce Center school, having quit her job at the] Burlington school to be with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Morris King and| children attended the wedding of ) the former's sister at Urbana. | Mr. and Mrs. Glaus Strieker) and son of Waterloo, spent the| week end with the Utter's sister Shop at La Porte City's FRUIT AND VEGETABLE HEADQUARTERS Texas Marsh Seedless GRAPEFRUIT 96 size, fancy, ripe, full of juice 7 FOR 25c A REAL BARGAIN IN THIS SIZE "Blue Goose" California Navel ORANGES That Popular 220 Size This Week-End HEAD LETTUCE Large, Solid Heads, 2 for . . . RAISINS THOMPSON SEEDLESS In 2-Lb. Bags--bag PRUNES--Very Fancy Santa Claras 40-50 Size, 2 Ibs 37c 29c 33c OMAR FLOUR 49 LBS. S2.39 OMAR PANCAKE FLOUR, 3 Ib. box 21c OMAR BUCKWHEAT PANCAKE, 3 Ib. box 25c WE WANT MORE EGGS Drive up front or rear Blow your horn SAWYERS "BAKER BOY" CRACKERS 2 Ib. caddy KRAFTS MT. HOPE CHEESE Very moist and mild, pound FRESH BREAKFAST EGGS Fresh "Seconds," dozen 33c 37c 31e 18c S AT Kl S'S La Porte City Sales Next Sale Saturday, Feb. 20 125 HEAD OF CATTLE 20 head 700-800 pound steers. 30 head Angus steers and heifers, 400 to GOO Ibs, 25 head 400-500 pound Whitef ace calves. 10 head springers, 1 choice Hereford bull, coming 2 years old. 1 choice Hereford bull, 500 pounds. 1 roan bull, 500 pounds. SOME FEEDER PIGS 21 HEAD OF BROOD SOWS SOME HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ANTON, CLARK JURCENS, PHONE 203 PRI, - SAT. - -- - -Feb. 19-20- JANE WITHERS in "JOHNNY DOUGHBOY - CO-rKATURE THE THREE MESQUITEERS in "THE PHANTOM PLAINSMAN" SUN.-MON. Feb. 2 Make this your Holicla and Enjoy the Songs Laughs and Dances o this Excellent Show! WITH MAKJORIK REYNOLDS VIRGINIA DALE 1ATKST NJJIV. CA1ITOON--"UINC DOMl DADDY Matinee Sunday at 2:15 TUES. . WED. - THL7RS. Feb. 23-24 and "Positively ftps ·*%£* Acrossthe PLUS -- Our Gang Comedy and Cartoon--Daffy Duckadoo NEWSPAPER! ·NEWSPAPER

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