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La Porte City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1943
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rarsday, March 4 THE I»ROGREgS.REVIEW, LA HtflTE CITY, IOWA SOCIETY Jwnnette conducted Mrs. Frances Nies, Society Editor, Phone S5 Bauer, voqal solo by Cole, and a. radio quiz by Mrs. J. H. Goon. Committee on serving the cov_ ered dish luncheon included Mrs. Goon, Mrs. John Betts, Mrs. Ada Narber, Mrs. Weldon Betts, Mrs.:' Kathryn Strohm and Gertrude 1 Gardner. LATEST IN WAR PLANT UNIFORMS Social Calendar John March 5 · E. 0. F. club with Mrs Salmon. Literary Circle with Mrs. Henry Lamb. March 6 r W. R. C. in K. of P. hall. March 8 , Mennesse club with Mrs. Court Hawley. | B. G. B. club -with Mrs. Betts. March 9 O. E. S. in Masonic hall. Second division of W. S. ith Mrs. Henry Niemeyer. larch 10 Evangelical Aid society hurch parlors. larch 11 Rebekah lodge in I. 0. 0 all. Tourist club hospitality day March 12 Fourth C. S. March 15 Kilkare club Ccorge Abel. .March 16 Lotus club i Reimer. March 18 Idle Day club Bauer. division of the W. S. C. S. F Two Farm Bureau Groups Have Meeting j Monroe and Bruce townships' i had a joint meeting at the Dysart party w i t h Mr- ' £T n0U "' ty ha " Monday evening ' "'Feb. 22, with a pood attendance Harold Mclhaus, chairman of w i t h Mr WiM - r ° nro! tow nship, called the meet. ' ms to oider. After n good report! | from each Monroe officer, the I program chairman introduced ' " j s o v e r a l musical numbers which "ere enjoyed by all. Miss Hoist, Benton county H. D A., was introduced and Rave' a very food talk on "Timely Topics,'" Mite society of the Presbyterian strc «"B the part ;i wife h;is in church met Wednesday aft'erncon, nc| P ln K conduct her husband's af_ w i t h Mrs Mite Society Elects Officers church IIICL i v e u n e p u a y arterncon, - - -- -- o the church parlor for a b u s i _ | f a l l ard s °me needed information ness session and program, follow, ed by refreshments. | Mrs. Inez Glime had charge of the dcvotionals, aftci- which iourisi CIUD nospitantv day -i . ,, ' ··-»··'··" *"-L Ladies Catholic league covered pr . esldcnt ' M "; R °E" Bremcr, scc. sh dinner with Mr* FTMl, P-fl, retary ' an d M «- J - ^ Buscr. tion of new officers was with the following chosen: elec. held, Mrs. Georgia Orcn, president; Mrs. L. J. Robertson, first vice president, Mrs. John Betts, second sh dinner with Mrs. Frank Gill arch 12 Double Six luncheon with Mrs. 'utt and her committee as host. sses. treasurer. The program included a vocal solo by Mrs. F. E, Lehman, vocal concerning joint bank accounts, | bond purchases, bank lock boxes, Mrs. Ferguson Is .What Next Hostess I Mrs. L. W. Fcrcuson was host ess to the Next e!ub Tui-sdav wlum the Indies vUJtrd and did' hi-d doss \\ork. Tlc hosier sen- ed rtfrcshments at the close of tin afternoon. trio by Mrs. Clifford Burr. Court Hawley and Mrs. endorsing checks properly, etc., and the keeping of accurate ac counts. A. L. Silverman of Deep River, who had just returned from Texa^ was interviewed by J. G. McQuil kin, Bruce township chairman, 01 the cattle buying business. A ven interesting interview was enjoyed and questions from the audience were invited and answered in a most satisfactory manner. Mr. Leo Beginning Monday, April 5th, motor fuel will be sold and delivered at this station during the following hours to holders of "A " "B " "C " "n " "F " and "R" rations: ' ' ' Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday . . Saturday To holders of "T" rations: Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. Wednesday, Saturday Closed 7:30 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. 7:30 a. m. to 6:00 p.m. 10:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. 7:30 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. 7:30 a. m. to 6,:00 p. m. 10:30 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. 7:30 a. m. to 6:00 p.m. 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 p. m. Mis. i Silverman has purchased cattle for feeding- purposes for over 20 years and knows all the answers. Mrs. Macatee, instructor from the School for Blind, and a group of Vinton folks put on a patriotic tableau upping the bond drive for 1943. This was a very impressive ceremony and will no doubt help this worthy cause. The Bruce township chairman Gates Chevrolet Co. . Safety and style are combined in these two uniforms recommended for war workers by the Linen Supply Association of America. ·Inc. pauge inspector on the ricrht wears a pnc-piecc lipht blue twill V.UH a SM-trouser device to pre ycnt catching her clothing in machinery, while the pleated pants and tailored shoulders and waist give u trim appearance to the garment. 1 lie m i l l i n g machine operator on the left IH wearing n d a r k blue twill, identical will, the other except that the pants arc nol pleated. Both garments are made lo withstand h.ird wear. ISr.indl, ,,,, j.',j_ l o four t| thanked the Monroe group for the / B ,' honnitaUfv ,,,,., n,» ?:-._.. P-. formed anj the meeting was brought to a close by collecting money for the Infantile Paralysi Drive. Almost $28 was collects, and this sum was divided between Monroe and Bruce township. Mr. Mchlhaus thanked all for the excellent way in which all groups took their responsibilities all and after an excellent lunch an went home feeling well repaid for being present at this inspiring meeting. Cereal Sale Corn Flakes Wheat Flakes Wheat Puffs We have our ceiling prices posted and we te doing everything we can to bth, tight inflation and LJp bring i ape«£ Vktoryl Let us show you how you cuj profitably budget your ration point*. Your Choice Merlin Fell Weds Leota F. Hearn Merlin Fell, son of Mr. and Mi^ George Fell, and Lcota F, Hcarn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Hearn of Allison, Iowa, were married on February 18 at Kansas City, Mo. by Rev. J. T. Webb. The bride wore a light blue ^vool dress trimmed in brown velvet with brown accessories and a corsage of red roses. She is a graduate of the Allison high school, finishing in 1310, and was employed in the office of Ihe Walker Remedy company in AVa. terloo at the time of her marriage Mr. Fell fmiihed high school in La Porte City with the class of 1942 and has been associated with his father on Ihe farm since. After a wedding trip to Texas, they arc at the home of the groom's parents for the present. ·i"ji;rie Clark and ·mcs Edsill Wed The marriage- of Arsirjoric P. Clark, dauphtci of Jlr. and Mr.s, Luvcinc Claik, and Janice C. Ed sill, son of Hurry Eds,)], look plucc in Lancjislcr, Mo. Febiuary 18. The single rmc ceremony wns by Kev. Oscar Rush, pastor of the First Baptist church The bride wore a light blue crepe dress with matching accessories. Both the bride and Rroom graduated in the class of 1912 and they arc making their home in Cedar Rapids where they are both ' employed. Ray Rosauer and Fri. Sat March 5-6 Cambell's Tomato Soup (6 points) can . 9 C Tomatoes, Mayflower (14 points) No. 2 can 14 C Peaches, Jack Sprat (21 points) No. 2'/ 2 can 27c Pineapple, Mayflower (16 points) No. 2 can 24c Party Honors Clarence Gonnerman Twenty.fivc relatives and friend? were entertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs Andrew Gonnerman on Sunday in honor of the birthday of their son, Clarence, and also as a farewell party Dorothy Holmquist Wed Ray Rosauei, son of Mrs. Eva Rosauer of La porle Cily, Hnd Dorothy Holmquist, daughter of Mrs. Marg-aret HolmtjuisL of Wapcllo, were married February , it was revealed thi.s week. They were accompanied by Mrs L. R. Haberichter, sister of the Ijridjfejrroom, and by Raymond Ilolmqins-t. The Imde is employed in a b a n k nt W;ij)Uli,, und will remain there with h r r nujlhcr for the present Ray, a n u m b e r of the United Slates na'.y for the past f years, h.-is b t c n home on f u r l o u g h iibout three weeks. lie will re, turn lo duly nexl week. T. T. Turner Notes His 88th Jiirthday 2 bunches GRAPEFRUIT Pink Meat, 6 for GRAPEFRUIT Ruby Red, 4 for APPLES Fane) Winesap, 3 Ibs CELERY Bleached, large stalk CELERY Pascal, .stalk LETTUCE Urge head TOMATOES i Ib ' RUTABAGAS Ib. POTATOES , Idaho Baking, ID lbs..__ ' 100 Lbs. $3.98 before he :·: called duty for m i d s h i p m a n into active training in navy at Northwetesrn at Chicago, 111. on the U, S. university March 9lh. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gonnerman and family, John Gonrerman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gonnerman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gonnerman and family, Mr. and Mri. Vcrnon Seabach, all of Dysart; Lois Lange and Arietta Conner- man and Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Hager of Waterloo. T. Tui ner colebralcd h i s H8th birthday, \vhicli was Feb. 27, on Sunday -Mlb u f a m i l y d m n t r . A basket d i n n e r -trvtd ;il HOOD ami the g u e s t s included Mr. and Mrs-. Grovi r Williams. Mr. and Mrs. G r o r g i linslol, Ml?5 A l l i Bristol, Mr and Mr«. A l f i e d Shea, Miss Maude .Smilh, Mr.s. Clara Wagner and O 1 -borne Tur ner, all from Waterloo. During Ihe ^fU'rnrjrjri neighbor^ and friends c u l l c j und extended congratulation!. Bruce Center M i s f o r t u n e followed llenrv Dot lenui, who helped ],! UML .I L : Jo , Bottem.i, lo:id lii, household' K ,x)ds preparatoiy to nuivinjr over near Hampton last week. Wl,i| t . helpmt- load t b e rook MOX,. he trippeil droppniK 1m end iitr.iiiiM |,is ,,-!,( :irm and ihe lniek box. An X ni\ .Allowed Ihe sm.ill b,,ne broken ~.,,u| ihe a i m wax pln cl ,,l in n cast foi ." least n monlh. Messers. ami Medium's Job,, I. and LeR,,y \ m ,ii K * eniei tamed ihe Kuli H m d n c r , Or. John U. Just-r and M i s Callierino Y O U I I K !-imiln,s on Tui-nluy cvenmjr !ls ., l a i v w i l l K ,,siurc for (;,. (11 . Kt VOUIIK, --on of M i s . C a t h e r i n e I O U I I K , Mho k-ft on Tlmisdiw In join Uncle Sam's army. Mr. and .Mrs. Auiol,] T will bold o p i n hiiiise day, March 5 fio---. two and from seven lo n i n e , casioii ln-inc their SOih weddinp :inmvei-s!iiy A f a m i l y d i n n e r w i l l he K i v c n at n o u n f 0 r n )c ii nnH . i l l , i t e families. Mr. and Mrs. W i l l U Mallicrn and f a m i l y , aecompnnieil by Mr and Mrs. Leslie. Mallien,' and Bobby of Waterloo. vi-,iu-d w i l h an a u n t , Mis. Flora U u m n , who has been ill nl C l a i w i n , a rect'iit Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oiville Lovile«i. brought Jolinnna Botlema lo t| R . home uf y, ci brother, Henry, on T h u i s d a y , w h e i e s h e M i l l reeuper ale from her recent operation ul a Walerloo )uis)ilu|. Lena Kahler r e t u r n e d Lo be work in Minneapolis u f t e r alnio.s a week v i s i t , n B \ H . r l l l o l h , r _ j [ r h Amanda Kuhlei ami oilier rcla lives. A f a m i l y Kroun Rulherud in the K u h l c r home on .Sundu honoring Orvillc- Kablcr, who rr cenlly received liis tntipn'.s com, mi.ssioii in the niival r e s e r v e at Columbia university, New Y Cily. lie will report for d u t y ,u an u n k n o w n destination on Marcli 15, leaving line about the 12th. Afr. and Mrs. Harry I)ook_ meier ami children spent Tuesday evening wilh ihr.. l a i" ter'H Inolhur, Ceorpe, jr., and wife in the: p a r e n t a l CeorRu Fell home. lie will report for d u t y at the Chanute, Km. a i r f i e l d foi f u r ther f l y i n g i n s t i n o t i o n s and w i t h hii wife will leave early Wednesday morniric. Chanulc, Kas IM n b w u t 1C5 milts s o u t h of Kansas City, Kas. Mr.s. I'lireina Huish is slaying at the home of her .son, Myron. T^oE'ESS 8 ,,, j£* «-..«*iio K.;-, i, troop tram, jumped oH? Pern" C^Ti f""" ^'^ ° for a minute to slretch thniv I 1 T , , ' , Cllhta """. n-cently «nd t h e train started off , t h ' ' L '' r G l t h **MTMK |'«n. Ed Cu-Uenbers of D^on! VC ''- ! "" y - ook the stranded boys to Cooii " Rapids but Wll!l unnblc to eaten NOTICl: of "'e Appointment of Hie tnnn. l-Vom iheiv "Hook"! '· xt ' culor ' -'milh took thi-m to Manilla but S l l l U ' t f Io " !1 - n l'"* Hawk missr,) ,1,,, [ r i ] | 1 [jy ICH milmu . N '·'"'"'y. -. I',,,!, ,,,. Xo. li!31s "eir tlurd d r u e r . Or 1 ' i w i e i u ' - ' '' S ' H ' l I K B Y ( i l V of Manilla M,,., s.K^sfu] l u . u.,,\." Mt '' ll ' '""!'^ned I,.,, been , Mom to C o u n c i l l i l u f f s where they ! l l l | l u l l l l l l ""d -i i i ' i f i . d :is K "'Hi- n b l e i u rejoin e0lll i, 1 '," '"' l l l 1 '"'' "f Mm l U U H O l l s . 'I Ilitm i i v i ! · .1. .1. .. 1 1 . .- i-. homps,,,,, d i e i i i - i j , | ,;,. 0 [ r; ! i m w k (ininty. \l| |iiiv.,,i,, i, u | L , ! to sai ._,_ ._ nmW i i i i i i i i d n i t e | i ' i v n i e i i t ; lll-'llis 10 sain . M a i , . ,,,, ^nested the' 1 ' es-la^"'""' : "'"""""---"r »fMhos'" hT,'.'^L'''' y " U ''' t; t Kus.iiiki, O f K M o i a |, ,., fouiiVl^ 1 "' i""""' "'" "' 1 "' 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 "' 1 ", lu'y '»·'·· «0 heirs tn U,'i I'st-ao M ' tlu ' ulil '" lvl1 . '" 'lie iimli-iM livi- in the n.U.iu i-,, f o r """""'ice, n n i l I'i'r in Die w h i l e s e v i i n l ii u . ,,, c | 1 1 U I I I L - V - f u e of I I I , , C|, i k i.f tlu- Di^tr Sirs ,.. "'"" nll . ( ' I J » l t . '«ay at the .IK,, of in; 1'W lit) j e n r s . M i . J U K I M , v Rol) irl (.,. Lyons l 1!1Vl . ), u ,, sui,,,.,.,!,,,^ y . J( . '(Jint. CM \ K t . l N \V KOU11EU, K\eculor, 1.11 I ' o i t e City, Iowa Dated K t b i u . i i \ ^1, I'JIS. KAY L KOBEH, A t t o r n e y Have Moved TO Tin; Former L. D. Chester Shop Building OlM'OSITE REAR OF THE SKELLY OIL STATION Your liiisincss Appreciated Gravenhorst Welding Shop Ki:iTll GHAViiNIlOUST Read the w a n t udsl CARD 01' T H A N K S I wish lo thank all my f m r i d - . for Ihe lovely cards, Ictlcis, and fruits sent to me- w h i l e I w.-,, j,, the hospital--they sure helped lo .shorten the long hours. Johanna Brijj/ileu Uj Your Home /or Sprmg With New Curtains and Venetian Blinds A Fresh Outlook for' Spring wilh Now Cedar Training School "T°els on March 2 The Cedar township training school of the Farm Bureau met with Mr:,. Wilbur Brig^s March 2 v.ith nint c o o j u r . attending The mating opened at! 11:30 -.vith a potluck luncheon at noon. MISE Bertha Mae Dimmitt, home demonstration agent, pre_ enUid the ksion on "Farm Eusine-s Affair, Women Can Handle" and "Home Furnishings in War Time." Past Noble Grands , ·. ,,. , Meet Tuesday Night ^ te , rary rCirc ' e The Past Noble Grand Circle ! M " e t '" L a m b H ° me met on Tuesday night with Mrs. Clydf Jenks. Five Hundred was played, with awards going to Mrs. Effie Calkins and Mrs. John Dut. ler. Lois Jliszner was the assisting hostess. WALL FINISH 98 GAL. ···/U p afte Form C O U P O N TEXAS SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 10 for THOMPSON'S At the close of the evening the hostess served refreshments. Second Division to Meet Tuesday, March 9 The second division of the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church wil 1 meet on Tuesday, March 9 with Mrs. Henry Neimeyer, with Mrs. Ernest Niemeyer, Mrs. W. A. Sides and Mrs. A- Arenboli as. sistiftp. Mrs. Louis Larsen mil have the devotional service. Tht Literary Circle will meet on Friday afte-rnoon wilh Mrs. H t n r v Lamb. The program will consist of three numbers: Mrs. M. F Lirer will discuss "Forbidden Novels in the Nineties and Best Scllerc of Today," M r =. J 0. Kofccr. "Fafh:ons of a Half Ctr,- tury," and Mrs. Roy Ashley" "Slory of Lovtly Lace." Mrs. Arthur Bagenstos Is Kilkare Hostess The Kilkare club -n-as enttr. taincd in the home of Mrs. Arthur BaErenFlos on Tuesday afternoon. The ladif? did Red Cross work, I 'icr which the hostess scrrcd shi refreshments. Double Six CInb Meets on Friday The Drrahle "Sii bridpe dtA met last Friday in the home of Mrs. J. E. Baser for a dessert hmtheon by hridfte n-itti Lotos Clnb Meets With Mrs. Narber Mrs. Adi Narber iras hostess to ... . the Lotus dub on Tnesdsy after-' foDowcd ,,.. «..« Rt ^, kl , ,,,,,,,,,)· noon, -sriUi Mrs. Ella Gingrich,' coins ** M TS, Georgia Orcn and Mrs. Roy Wilkinson and Mre. E. Mm. Frod GarrBhrarrt. !G. Esher as guests. Eefresjnents · , were served after an afteraooo of Time and tide Trait lor no -itatn and tvacj tn- --and Jjcitkwa- do tbt -wmat Mix 1 gallon with water and make I'/, galloin paint. Yoiu- colt, ready- to-apply, per NEWEST PASTEL CMXttS I'lliri a K i r ji 'null, on .Sjjrinc w i l h . ( u . ' r r nt v f u; l a i n al UH- loom j, bli'lln- i f f PR/SaiJ,A CUHTAfNS Cr am or /' zicJi 69c COTrAOK SETS ill Kwl or Cri-en 98c LACE CUJITAINS 98c CUJtTAI.V MATERIAL /'.I 'lllh YAKI) Cream, JJlue ur Green. Alho Kilchun Material w i t h Hed 'Inm. ONLY 15c M;VV VICTORY CURTAIN RODS lOc ;·(;;»·; JNLAJD SILVER RUIJY GLASSWARE 98c and $1.98 WE .NOW HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF KEM-TONE THE MOJIERN WALL FINISH Dries in 1 Hr.; Comes in 9 Colors. S2.98 OUR EASTER CARDS ARE HERE 2 for 5c 5c and lOc VENETIAN BLINDS 2 - Y E A R G U A R A N T E E O N W O O D S L A T S I'ti.iA bi.Aii .ire s i i ' A i o u r cu.M.stu s p c e i ^ l wood i b . i r ( omcs o n l y fruiu one ccri.uii for*1 ,!. All ilais Are H A M ) h l i l I X / J l J ^ L j l l . l L C l l l C I U S furniilml nii'K fur w irp.i/,'u within 2 y c . i r i l All iiRcli-uiibiu tii- tlo.'.cd in inuuKlcd [number n o v . i l a / i c c ' I ' y c l i i M v c lypc core! lock climiuaiti cord slippage utintini'^fS LOIil ^ "Smooth u^ g l j s i " J i n i b J i e'aiiLr r o (Jean 34 l o v e l y ' dec- ff o r j i o r " colons DJC per "*' We an- a u ( h f r i / e d deiiU'rs for 1'ell.i VcniJuii lllindh. Tht-HC 'ilinds art made li measure; we cun K i ^ e y o j 7 days' service. Cume iii and M'C s a m p l e blind and colnr chart. W A S H \KLI-'. 1 OITA(,E W I N D O W WINDOW SHADES OR uoi,i,i;us 39c C01TAGE SHADE w i t h o u t roller 29c NADIR FIBER SHADES Ecru or ttrcin. Wilhoul Holler. lOc SHADE ROLLERS 15c NEW VICTOIIY POT CLEANERS lOc NEW LINE OF C H A L L A N G E STANDARD WEIGHT RUGS JUST ARHIVED X I 2 Ft. $4.9; !/,i 9 Ft - -S3.49 X 9 Ft. «2.93 You WiU Enjoy Shopping at ft--V*--,. $1.00 Store

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