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La Porte City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1943
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iy; Febrnaiy 25 THE PROGRESS-REVIEW; fA PORTEf SOCIETY Mrs. Frances Nies, Society Editor, Phone 95 Social Calendar February 26 Double Six bridge with Mrs. J. R. Buser. March 1 Past Noble Grand Circle with Mrs. Clyde Jenks. Republican women's Club with Mrs. Charles Rupprich. Pythian Sisters in K. of P. -hall. Sue Parker DRESSES Designed to meet the demand for styles that follow the "grown_up" trend with refresh, ingly youthful simplicity. They are made of fine fabrics, carefully tailored. Sizes 3-6x, 7_14 Pastel Colors. $1.98 New Print D R E S S E S Sizes 1 to 3. 3 to 61 and 7 to 14. 98c S1.29 First Shipment of SLACKS AND SLACK SUITS $1,23 LADIES' SLACKS Sizes 12 to 20-CHILDREN'S SLACK SUITS r to 14- $1,29 $1,98 LADIES' SLACK SUITS, 14 to 20-. We have the "Nan Dorsey" !me of slacks and slack suits on order. This is one of the best lines of sportswear in the country. First shipments of these better slacks will be here around the first of March. We pay Ihe Highest Prices for EUBS in exchange for GROCERIES, DRY GOODS ana SHOES. ' THOMPSON'S i Auxiliary Kensington in Legion hall. i March 2 What Next club. Lotus club with Mrs. Ada Xar her. Kilkare club with Mrs. Arthur Bagenstos. , Ularch 3 | Highland club with Mrs. George 1 ' Rothmeier. Mite society in Presbyterian church parlors with covered dish luncheon; Mrs. J. H. Goon chairman. L. L. P. C. with Mrs. Fml Garrabrant. March 4 Thrift club with Mrs. Roy Koontz. Third division of the W. S. C. S. with Mrs. Burrel Wilder. March 5 E. 0- F. with Mrs. Hugh Salmon. March 6 W. K. C. in K. of P. hall. March 8 Menncsse club with Mrs. Court Hawley. B. G. B. club with Mrs. John Setts, March 9 0. E- S. in Masonic hall. March 11 Rebekah lodes in I. O. 0. F. hall. Morrisons Enjoy A Family Reunion Mr. and M^s. Gerald Morrison entertained a family gathering at a turkey supper on Tuesday evening honoring Martin Morrigon, who left Thursday to be inducted into the army. Those attending were Johr Morrison of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Betts, Mr. and Mrs. John Reinhardt and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Morrison and son Ronald, Mrs. Marie Pauls, Mr. and Mrs. John Duller and son Lloyd. The family presented the honor, ee with a gift. Pai Legion, Auxiliary in Defense Day Session The American Legion and Auxiliary held their annual national defense meeting on Monday night with a good attendance at a covered dish supper at 7 o'clock after which the following program was given: Ann and Marion Gill nnd Maxine Thomas sang in a trio; Marie Foss sang a solo; Jean Jenks played :x saxophone solo; Carmen Abbott gave a reading; afrev which the whole group sang the Star Spang'.ed Banner. The speaker of the evening was Dr. Edward Ridcnour, son of Dr. J. E. Ridenour of Waterloo, who studied in Berlin and Vienna and has Maude Garber "I Was B Prisoner of the Japanese." i The serving committee was composed of Mrs. L. F. Bailey, Mrs. Forrest Abbott, Mrs. Elizabeth Morgan, Mrs. Belle OhlanJ, Mrs. Leota Grobe and Mrs. Ralph j Kellerhals. i S^i^^"'!^ 0119 ^"' *·' J E Ho?:! Ca ii r o«d bv Miller , t Wood i3 a?- lio" 55 "' W '' i0: Waller) tlmt the report ot Doi Arnold Schmit, 3o.OO; Elmer j' flu'iu-' J a n u a r y 1913 IL 'b'"' r4'r gf«^M: ^" l ^Jf : 4 ^ i TM 1I !!« U j',^"' 1 ' «X,. T 5?TM":_ "·. 60 -. '· . W - Fortune',: lur ihal the i^ln ,,f . Biller: the Waterloo accJ- T : ^ - ' . -·"-·cgndecl by i · n t i . ' J !iy Ecck \VHEREAS. -i Kir.iun, o v e r - 1 Cuurior l.s spi ~" ' to erect In ihLs 'cltyT memorial commemonid ' the? five Sullivor ·- " ·· .· l ' i ? . " L r i i ^ C L 1 ul [lie five · · · .u.iy CuM. I v, lio XUVL- t l i r - i r lives in the ·'.'·'. · 1 '"' ! .'.'..;''''.' :: '-'··-- r . f J i m i r y . ami ' Evangelical Mission Group Has Meeting The Evangelical missionary so_ ] cioty met Wednesday afternoon i n ' the home of Mrs. Frank Kober. Mrs. William Bagenstos had the devotional service and Mrs. Elmer Rieglc reviewed the chapter in the; study book. traveled extensively. speaks four different and is awaiting his call into the service. Why wail? Sell il now, through He also' tl'e want a del Loo Jl :'" sen ' 5 -' 0 :.W|iliei- WiV.d. 3l!Do':j "M"V'V. J.20: Hnrycy Cletniciiiiin. ' a.iij '{lav 1U't'''·': V'. ( H F^Pfl'^n A : 9 w": B u l l i ' ? , - M 0 ; I '"i"LV., I 3.00: Arnold Schmit! s'j'lio- 'itn'n'i'ii SoiidaE 1J.W; .van Lie*. 70.ill V ' F Jlclcall. ST.CO: HaroM M,n-.,ir ··),,,,': -??? ,. Pt " avu - GL - llu - Il'arrv' Km':' iG.SO: J i m Curni'.s. 7S.W; c;n-l' ji.]^,"!' 65.JO: I. w. Fortune, C9 GO Ty'i'it,^' Peterson. 47.00; L. C .Vonri^j V- ,·!, : Pete Sulcnlic. S6.40: Sidney D '-,['y, ' 'U.-T; A u g u s t Clme, TS'tfU' A V ' i l TVood. 59.10: C. .M. Ejrnor K T ' V - hv pnlitipf-i^ 12 ,:,^;^^^ L. H. Perry._(*S.OO; H ; 'A"y''ci7ml,»i'; r i, Kilkare Club Has Party for Husbands The Kilkare club entertained their husbands on Monday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Snyder. The entertainment was five hundred with awards (joins; to Fritz Kline, Sevcrt Lassen, Mrs. Arthur Bagenstos n n j Roy Pauls. At the close of the evening the committee composed of Mrs. Will Kerr, Mrs. Ralph Waller, Mrs. Fritz Kline and Mrs. S"yder served refreshments. CARD OF THANKS I take this opportunity to thank all my friends that remembered me with birthday cards. 8-lc Mrs. Henry Hoppc LEG AL lsrOTICES~~~ A-.'. T:.vl.. All- N"'iv G. First Division Has Meeting on Monday The first division of the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church met Wednesday afternoon in the home \ of Mrs, Frank Gravenhorst for an auction sale. The committee in charge was Mrs. Gravcnhorst, Mrs. L. J. Tutt, Mrs. Keith Gravenhorst and Mrs. Arnold Woeste. hoff. Mra. C. V. Barnhart had charge of the devotional service. Menncsse Club Meets With Mrs. Henry Lamb Mrs. Henry Lamb was hostess to the Mennesse club at a dessert luncheon on Monday afternoon with Mrs. L. W. Ferguson, Mrs. Clifford Burr and Mrs. C. V. NOTICE of the Appointment of Executor. State ol Iowa, Black Hawk county, ss. Probate No. 13318. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, tliat the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executor of the estate of Maurice Thompson, deceased, late of Black Hawk county. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the of. fice of the Clerk of the District Court. CHARLES VI. KOCIIER, Executor, La Porte City, Iowa Dated February 24, 1943. KAY L. KOBER. 8.2c Attorney. Pclorscn. 81.00; G l e n o w - l ' - o u G R. Wyalt. 80,10; llonuT Franek 2 7 1 U ?Sfl F^Z D"- ~~ iA(: Aro:ilU Srlinr.i'. i'in' TM" kTFl "i".i. r,.-lO: irarrv Paul -·-iU. Carl JLM\aQii, 1 SO- T U" v., r P?rr 5 'fri, JO «" P'" 1 " 11 ""- 3.00: "L U Perry. 3.00; Hnrvcy Clciv;l,.|inin .| -.1 also as a .-.L- .-\irrii IL-O boin;; mf^de · ic-rts '.( '.ther WnUM-loo bo 'I' :rn; I h ' ^ i r p.irt \rilh Ihe "-ir 'i^iuail ;he world . TUKRE-p'ORE. IT I --OLVKD 1 , 1 ,::, s,,,ml c[ sup,.,, "I h l i , K i!.. v ^ o p u n l y . Iowa. °, l , 1T1 . N ,'' t ^VJ-LIVAN's' MEM '·''is , . f :h : ^ onurmmiiy to '-'' '' ; '··;· '·! vli"M or .tuch m ' k , Bi!1-T. .Miller. Sc' ,J Klni... !:· r.-:h:mi;c. -.:i;.---- :\i,ii.-. limitation d.iclurcd a i l , , [ · . , ,|. M : ! . u i , s -.v.-rc r, id :md approved na D I I i i M i i n n i i m l veto ihc moctlni; nd- J . ' l i r i i r . l t,, M v i i . l u v , .M:irrti 191. ' 1M3 .-:! nine- i . Y J u i ' k c !ir fil) a. in. 11AILEV BAJtNES. , Cuunly Auditor. Mrs. Etta Goodwin Is B. G. B. Club Hostess B. G. B. club was entertained on Monday night in the home of Mrs. Etta Goodwin at a dessert luncheon followed by bridge. During the business meeting Mrs. Frank | Cartwright was elected president and Bess Kline treasurer. Defense stamps were given to Mrs. Arnold Woestehofi, Mrs. Frank Cartwright, Mrs. Hugh Salmon and Bess Kline. Past Presidents Meet Thursday The Past Presidents' parley of the Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Charles Kocher for a social afternoon and refreshments. Mrs. Ralph Foss was a guest. CRIgCO 3£73c MATCBtES 6 B , 9 25c North'n Towels R 0 i,1Dc Fleecy White QL 15c WAX PAPER "L,^ 19c OLD DUTCH CLEANSER 2 Car. 17C POST TOASTIES Pkg. GELATIN DESSERT Jack Sprat 3 f O T 17c SHREDDED RALSTON Pku. 13c FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES SUNKIST ORANGES-- loO Slz^-dwen 49c GRAPEFRUlt-=Lff. 96's-10 for . . ......... 35fc BOOKING APPLES^fien Davis-^4 Ibs. 2St HEAD LETTUCE-- L?., soiid--2 heads ...... 29t CELERY-- Bleached-- large stalk ............ 156 CARROTS, 2 bunches ....................... 15C TOMATOES, Ib ............................. 25c feEETSy bunch ....... IOC tiMIT W Awards in bridge went to Mrs. Burr, Mrs. Oakley Driscoll and Mrs. Court Hawley. Third Division Meets With Mrs. Wilder The third division of the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church will meet on Thursday, March 4 in the home of Mrs. Burrel Wilder with Mrs. Ralph Casey, Mrs. George Bellinger and Mrs. Harvey Hines assisting. Mrs. Haward Van Fleet, will have charge of the devotional service. Mrs. Porter Shaner Is Good Cheer Club Hostess Mrs. Porter Shaner. assisted by Mrs. Ralph Miles, entertained the Good Cheer club and their husbands last Saturday ni^ht at a 7 o'clock covered dish supper, Five hundred was played at seven tables with awards going to Mrs. Cliff Duller, Darlcne Taylor, Tom Taylor and Ed Bcnda. Mrs. C. A. Brust Is E. 0. F. Club Hostess Mrs. C. A. Brust was hostess to the E. 0. F. club last Friday afternoon at a dessert luncheon followed by bridge. Mrs. H. W. Johannsen was a pruest. Awards went to Mr?. E. F. Tibbetts and Mrs. Fred Garrabrant. NOTICE OF REGULAR SCHOOL ELECTION Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of the Independent School District of La Porte City, Iowa, that the regular clec. Ition of said district will be held at Mayor's office on the 8th day of March 1943 (second Monday in March), at twelve o'clock noon and closing at seven o'clock p. m. A director will be elected for a term of three years to succeed E. E. Ronglin whose term expires March 1943. One for three years to succeed Howard Van Fleet whose term expires March 1943. And one director for one year term to succeed Everett H. Smith. The meeting will be open for the transaction of such business as may legally come before it. Dated Feb. 19, 1943, at La Porte City, Iowa. JESSE 0. KOBER, 8-2c Sec'y Literary Circle Meets With Mrs. A. E. Kober The Literary Circle met in the home of Mrs. A. E. Kober last Friday. Mrs. Inez Glime reviewed "Foreign Devils in the Flowery Kingdom" by Carl Crow, and "Northern Nurse" by Elliott Menriclt, for the program. Legion Auxiliary To Have Kensington The Legion Auxiliary will have their monthly kensington in the Legion hall on Monday afternoon with the committee of Mrs. Ralph Yarrow, Mrs. Ray Heyden, Mrs. G. C. Teeter and Mrs. Herman Fett in charge. Mrs. Robertson Entertains Club Mrs. L, J. Robertson entertained her bridge club at a luncheon on Tuesday at 1:30 with Mrs. H. W. Johannsen and Mrs. Don Olson as juestg. Awards in bridge went to Mrs. C. T. Gates and Mrs. Olson. 4.00 42.00 PROCEEDINGS OF COUNTY BOARD_ (Continupej from Page Four) C'Jflur Fulla Daily Record, subscription .................. Drs. llot'11.-:r Dunelas. vac ---- Mombcra Muluiil Oil Company, oil ............................ Sinclair H o f l n l n K Company, xus Wuturloo Dully Courier, nd ---Iowa Gljifl.H Paint Company. misc ......................... 44.86 Winlurbotlom Supply Co.. misc. 2.10 Zook and Burilz P l u m b i n g Co., h2,il rcpra ................... 71.3.3 AND. IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED Hint Ihc board approve tlio action of Lho county auditor In paying /oltow- ink' approved claims and payrolls: H. F P'jU'rscn. 43.20; Arnold SchinH. 28.80: Richard Mclculf. 2:00; K E. Mutcalf. 06,00; Herman Petcrsen, Ot.80; 03.00: Jim Carnes. 0-1.80: I;Riy 1111- Elmcr J. Hausman. 60.B); Harry Priul. rmT amlencd 15.00; A. W. liotllnc, G'l.BO; Elzy Wilson. 13.00: Frnnk Pa- Lava 1.20: P.ay Thomas, 13.40: Joe Mich'cl, W.OO: G. P. Wynu. M.80: Ed R c m l l n c , 65.10; II. E. McNamcc. H.H); I W Fbrlun'-'. 15.00: Harvey Clcnden- n'in. 13.20: L. H. Perry. KM: O. D. Jlonohan. 64 SO; Waller Pctcracn. 9.00; L. C. N c u f i c l r l . 70.20: Pole Suk-nllc. 01.80; SMncy D. Mycra. G1.BO; AURUHl Cluic. 59.40; Frank Nclth. 70. M; Eu- Community Club Meets In the Baish Home The Community club met last week on Thursday with Mrs. Myron Baish. Fifteen members a n d i one guest, Mrs. Leroy Young, attended. At the close of a social afternoon the hostess served refreshments. Presbyterian Mission Group Meets Wednesday The Missionary society of the Presbyterian church met Wednos-j day in the home of Mrs. P. R-| Passler. Gflrtnide Gardner had t h c j devotional service tod Mrs. Leota Grobe duciused "Woman o f , It's Thrifty to let Hawley's help with your spring decorating. See our new wallpapers at low prices. Ask to see our line of low . priced washable figured and plain papers. Hawley's Rexall Drugs WW-§; foffln^ M-»£ mm^ M-^i i Ayes: BoA. ' E i l l r r . M i l l e r ttrf- i Nay 1 *'- NoTM!- 1 ' Ta ''" r - "'"' K l i n " I Moved by Miller seen rid ol bv rcillor that ihc chairman nn.l coi.nlv :iu. ,,rl be authorize! nncl directort' t,, ·.,,.,, q u i t claim dcr'd cnnveviJiL' i:inrk ll-,/.·!.- county's n E ht. t i i l c . and ,,,,.-,· -\ · I ot three h u n d r e d slxly-pi-l;' ' CITO ' , S!'"**" 1 Vk '"' a d U i l i u i , i,? ("(,,, ',.;,'. \ nl Ualerloo, loivji, to V-TII and GuUlji- JiOlpyn, for a conjmlcralioh r , f ?V, m i ' and the snid Mfi.OO harlnc b,.o M Vj-ii.l i and the turn claim dc^i i\ulv i. x .. c u', I Lnc .arne is h^rrby ,'ijiprom-I ' ' Ayes: Reck. Bill.T M i l l n r Hof shauk-c. Schmit. Tuylnr and Kl'iiii-" N a y s : None. Mollun carried ^Minutes wc « rcad nlld rv ,, provi ., 1 ns On motion and von- tlir n,-,|h 1 ; . .,(]1943. at n i n u n'clcir-k (9:w!j l "^' ,,'"' hl BAILEY BAUNKS:' C. V. KLINE ClJ1 "" J ' A l "'' l l c r - Chalrmun. Board of Surnri-i- , r - ' ' ' · ' · · ' *?.···'/' 'MX' ^^ Waters i own . V; .'-i,"^,!,,:,.. l!V · ^/M^ *-' Thu bourd ol supervisors ,,f Hi,-' : - · ' - · · - '·'.-MMt. to wo, met In rccu'lor mlj'rji'lrn.-d 1 "io,':- "K u t the court in Wnli-rl,,,, county scat of nnid .·uniily -| ., , : ocloek 0:0(1) ,,. m .. purs,,^, 1, ^ to the rules o( said lioar.l and in T.I.' J o u r n m t n t . The nrn:Un K «.,-.,, r a i k d » order nno or, roll cntl ihcro -.v, ri prcsGnl: Chairman, C. V. Klin.... r v a n k W. Beck. J o h n P. lilllcr. ';cn ll M I - Icr. Vol Schmit. nnd SUnlcv- Tuvl r Absent: Edw. Ruf.Hhau^,. ' Moved by .Miller Eccon'ili-il \,y Taylor I h n t ihc- n.«3cusmont for 13r' iax,,s payoblc In 19-13 on tl.o l o i l u w i i i K ilrs- crlpcd property be reduced t,, sisvji m on account of less by fire. TM,-li r,.,| U ,.- llon brine made in n c r a n l u n r i win, section 7237 of Ihc JS33 Code o f " l n w - i - Southensl. 70 feet .souiliu-on- 2T, fcol block 28; und the .sonrlu-a,- 7lt rc,.t lot 9 block 28. all in O r i K i n i l P i n t East Waterloo. -r»,mii i.u. Ayca: Beck. Miller. Taylor and Kline. Absent: Refahause. Nays: Killer nud .Schmit. M r i l l n n carried. Moved by Beck secomlcd ly .Scntnil that the a p p o i n t m e n t an-l Ijonrl nf \V'jl- liimi II. Ho.srner, run deinity o i l y i i y s i - ; - sor. be and tile .Slifri': i.s hereby ;q,- provcd. Motion carried. Moved by Biller suc'niilrl by Tny- lor that notice be ucn-cJ on t h e I n l - lowlnp In accnrdanre -.viih section 382S.TO2 of the 1339 Code 'it Inwt, :i« amended: Florence I'-iu^hman an«l son. Van: and Gencvu \Vei',r']-, M ' j t n n (--*·£ _ i; a'.-»« : Ji* |1 C » C "«««'IOM wlTu-* r ?T7T^TiiVi.''.ffi3 1 Cji.'Sw M: ·'·-* !$^ r '. m : SEW FOIl VICTORY! XATIOXAL Tli i ' i l ^ , · -~ Aii XLJ FKUISUAISY 20-27 S-iv l u r y o u r - , If . PH |,,.[,,. r |], J m i fr c!lla ; n ji v ij u;1 |i ly . hew fur v o n r C.,;nil . . for l.uicr qujlilj- and ercaltr ··:uiii.iny. .S,, (,,r } l , u i .·oiiiury . . . lo ronscrvc macliiacs, l a l o r .unl n i N i c r i . , ! . . S,w fur I!,L fun ;mj rclaxalion lha! voim fruiii r r i M i i n - iliin;, u i i l i y o u r oim hands. J 0 j n llit nr,".n iKili,,,,;,! - m i n e ]j,, ; . ramf ,,, ; ,,,j sce ,],,, wuallli o( ,,,,· iiKin-ri:.!:, anil i,l, :as u || c.illiercd for ihij great ti;ui(in.\^iiic i:\cnl. Byam's 5c to $1 Store t-v YOM Can WIN WAR! Food is proving 1 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, Ho? and Cattle Feed Poultry Equipment Baby Chick* Started Chicks PHOTB 1W LA PORTE CITY iNEWSPA'FERr VSPAPERI

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