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Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa · Page 2

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SSS-:R:E\ . aw, LA i iursd!av C · n i · L£jU Results \ f or Ic per Word! i HE RED....- Weekly Publication of the La Porte City School CLASSIFIED RATES Classified ads are one cent per word for each in- aeriion. with a minimum of 26 cents per order. For example, a 10-word ad will cost 25 cents for either one or two insertions, but only 30 cents for three times. A service charge of 10 cents is added to "keyed" advertisements calling foi replies to be sent to this office instead jf the advertisers. Terms are cash except for business bouses carrying r e g u l a r ledger accounts at this office. · FOR SALE Miscellaneous FOR SALE--Early Ohio potatoes. ?1.45 per Bagenstos. bushel. Arthur B. 9 _ 2 c FOR SALE: Poland China male hog. Nick Jurgcns, phone 22.41. 9.2c SEWING MACHINE Needles, Bobbins, Shuttles, Belts, Oil and supplies at Garrabrant's Jewelry and Gift Shop. ' G-tfc SHEET MUSIC, Music Books, Strings, Reeds and supplies for all kinds of muscial instruments. Garrabrant's Jewelry and Gift Shop. C.tfc · FOB SALE STOVE AND LIGHT GAS-- 22c a piUon at L. J. Tutt's Station. 1-tf GREEN COLONIAL FURNACES. Phones: 297 and 60-11. W. A. Franklin. 1'tf. SEE us for chix starter and protein fends. Moore Milling Co. 8.3c USE BRIARDALE COFFEE and your breakfast will be good. Bruat's Grocery. 1-tf. Insurance Biographies FARM PROPERTY INSURANCE! written on installment plan a t j actual cost through Jesse O.I Palricia Gales--''rat." as sho Kober, Agent. 1-tf j is known in hiirh .···.·!nJ, v.as bori! FOR THE BEST INSURANCE 1 . 0 " t h e · . . - i m e f a m ,yiKre she is in life, fire and auto see G. E.I ?° w i'i'',"*' -"- "'"" - " v iT" i.*f.. J °. 1; '--'. to ..;r. m i l Mrs. Jak.-. Lovtless. FOR AUTOMOBILE insurance phone 31, Anna W. Kobtr. 1-tf Furniture Gales. Pat .-islors a vivac hits all H I G H SCHOOL INTERMURALSf Standings of freshman a n d j sophomore classes are: W L Marines 7 5 Kaisers 7 4 Ajir.y 6 Ntivv 3 Liberators . Standings classic are: 5 S 2 for j u n i o r and senior: w EASY TO FEED--Sargent's Min- ral Meat Meal for hogs, Farm-, ers Supply Co. 1-tf GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS at Garrabrant's Jewelry and Gift Shop. G-tfc TWO GALLONS OF GOOD OIL-?1.20 at L. J. Tutt's Station. 1-tf FOR SALE--Check writer. Good condition. Phone 43.23, Mt. Au. burn. B_2p CLEANER'S SOLVENT AT L, J. Tutt's Station. 1-tf FOR SALE--New pair of ladies' oxfords, size 7%A. Phone 313. Alma Kilmer. 8.2p FOR SALE--110- Winchester. Practically new. Snyder's Market. ' 8-3c Read the want adfll La Porte City Sales Co. Next Sale Saturday, March 6 100 HEAD OF CATTLE 20 Head 600 to 800 pound shorthorn steers. 20 Head 400 to 500 pound shorthorn steers and heifers. Remainder mixed cattle. SOME FEEDER PIGS ANTON, CLARK JURCENS, Owners PHONE 209 C. A. Brust BRIARDALE STORE HOME OF FINER FOODS Buying Rationed Foods made easy f o r y o u r convenience. Each item marked with Point and Price. Know your POINTS as well as PRICE. FOODS Weight Point Ozs. Value PRICE SWEET CORN 20 14 12c TALL CORN TOMATOES 19 16 15c GERBERS BABY FOODS 4% 3 lOc Cans 1 25c HEINZ'S CATSUP 14 8 23c BRIARDALE CHILI SAUCE 12 8 20c n U T A R D A T . E TOMATO SOUP 3 Cans 25c EARLY JUNE PEAS 20 16 15c B H I A K O A L E V A C U U M PACKED Golden Bantam Corn 12 8 15c EGG NOODLES 0 lOc BRI. 0 25c UJLJUJJ AVV^U-UJ JLViV_JJJ VEG « B' E JUICE V-8 COCKTAIL DOLES PINEAPPLE GEMS FRE C M CREAMERY BUTTER GRE . . * 7 OP.THERN BEANS PRI; : WVI* Kernel Corn Buy War Savings and Bonds 18 11 14 10 16 0 48 24 11 8 Stamps 15c 18c 49c 25c lOc i n t o bo; FOR SALE--Walnut d i n i n g voom | ^.J^',''',' suite, Quctn Anne style. Fivo!j| u t (.j, " chairs, buffet, table. 520. Phono I ,,.,,,,/ ,. 294, Mrs. Wm. Turner. D _ 2 p j , , , , . , divided ler C i c ten.kd FOR SALE: Mrs. Roy Double bed. Price still leady to joi.s a a', a !.:';·.!·_ ills notiiv. ·H'i-'.\v .°fhrnl i';:ys were between two schools--Mil_ 9_2c Seeds ALFALFA 511.85, Clover 58.40, Blue Tag Hybrid Seed Coin ?3.5C; all per bushel. Also many other bargains- Postal card us today for catalogue and s a m - ples. Hall Roberts' Son, Post. ville, Iowa. 'J..lc i l . - t - . . I ' l l : her sister :;' Mil! o t h e r ;.,;".!k's w(- Gi!b.rtvi;k- fch'ic portant roles i:: eiith j^riide play KTadxiiion ;;lay ix'.'.i j,-.' 1 . .:.:-'v,-i:h i' (.'!· t-x :i!m rise I' ;ii.'i!l at tin- l. SiiL 1 had im- thi; aim: ;il stv. and alho in the of her eighth FOR SALE: Tulips, Iris, Peonies. Better plant now than in spring. Taking orders for Glads, Dahlias and other bulbs for spring delivery. List Free. Waterloo Bulb Farms, Rt. 213. 1-tf BUY your garden seeds early at Moore's. S_?c -I''or her f i r s L yi'ar (jf hipfh school, she rode in on th'j-t!\-, but due In t i r e ralioninjf last yi ar and pas r a l i ' j n i n e : this y^ar she has stayed in tov.'n d u r i j i ^ llie school llurricnr.es . 5 Airaeobi-as 5 Thunderbolts 5 Spitfires 3 The Airacobras hnvc a Douglas! Corrifran on their team when. Bob Case put in a basket for the Thun_ dc bolls to help them win over his learn 7 to 4. He made- up for it by p u t t i n g in a last-minute basket in the fame when the Airacobras bent the Spitfires by a 4 to 3 score. RED AND GOLD STAFF Editor-in-chief ^ , Associate Editor _ p;,,!., j G. A. A. Reporter _ _"""" %"* Hi-Y Reporter \ff^ Athletics and L Club " Tra Spotlight Club '-"""Jim* Voice and Instrumental Music ._ _ p,itv, i F. F. A ---".'.'.. 1)J Freshman Class Reporter Mildred Sophomore Class Reporter -~ Ihrvi \ Junior Class Reporter Weihvo'od Senior Class Reporter Doroihv Typist Marl-3 "'( Asst. Sports Editor ^ pj c Sponsor - jj r " u THIRD GRADE NEWS Dick Bailey celebrated his ninth birthday last Thursday, Feb. 26. lit' treated us all to ice cream I cones. j Pupils receiving 100 in both [idling tests given at the end of SOPHOMORE HOME EC NEWS The sophomore home economics girls have completed their unit on home nursing, which they have found very interesting. Miss GiL bext, county nurse, assisted by Miss Kalberg, gave us several demonstrations on the proper way of taking pulse, respiration and also a bed bath. Later she talked to us about communicable diseases. . , t u sub_ n,gh s-hool c:,,! ll,sicry. She C u u t l . r c c . years, and NURSERY STOCK: B e a u t i f y -make your home more desirable by planting fruit, shade or ornamental trees from Stark Bros. Nurseries. They also have a complete stock of rose?, shrubs and plants of all kinds. Ask about their landscaping plan. Call or see me. Phone 362, E. B. McLaughlin, local | ject is Ann.'] I been in Glee V/hilc in the home economics i v classes she a t t e n d e d the Vtisha! the six weeks' period were , Bagenstos, Mary Ferson, h;is I Hay, Regina Hilton, Angela Lela I r c n u Dick FOR SALE: Marion Frank Wilson. seed FOR RENT at luwn Slate college. Pal's hobbies are the favorite pastimes of the t c t n n^e--dancing, reading am! radio. Her favorite orchestra is G u y Lomburdo's. Pat t h i n k s she is a lucky girl and yon will agree, She has been in seven automobile, accidents and agent.j has come from each u n h a r m e d . 'G_8p Through high schnol Pat has · changed hei 1 arnljiliur.s many j times us most girls' do, but she i d e f i n i t e l y has made up hc-r mind I to be a b'jaulican if at all possible. Sommerfelt, Elliott. have begun the study of the Dutch people in our Social Studies class-. Miss Fleming is reading "Johanna Arrives" for opening ex_ crciscs. This is a story of "a little girl born in Holland who later moves to America to live. Read the want adsl scoring. Kruse and Goor each collected 7 points t Ram scorers. Ken KruBc. George Lloyd Frush and Daryl were all p'.nying their'f of their high school car The little Ram- temperature,| to 8 ^ ovpr how to give the curtain raiser. SECOND GRADE We had six weeks week. In writing class we they came out on the short end of T r !"" E OUr ABC ' S ' a 34 to 29 score. It was the second Wrltln 6- RAMS LOSE 34 TO 29 La Porte City's Rams took it on : the chine last Friday night when! Cardinal victory of the year over the Rams. The Cardinals after holding a 12 to 11 margin in the initial! quarter kept building- their lead as the game progressed. The Car.j The We are reading a stories called "Our F Work." OFFICE JOB Progress-Review dinals led at the half 2U to IE! an opening this summer and 30 to 22 as the third quarter end of the school year, ended. j to help in the office, \\\ Reiff and Roedell each scored] to talk to prospective 11 points to pace the Cardinal" at any time. oatf. 8.3cl FOR RENT -- House on west Main street. C. C. Hager. Phone 20-42. FOR RENT: Gingrich. Garage. lrs. C. JMcj SERVICES Renal r Work H A N D NEWS The special music at the three one.act plays was furnished by the music d e p a r t m e n t under tlic direction of Arnold Wocstehoff. The girls' octette, consisting of Mildred Casey, Ann Gill, Jlaxiuc) Thomns, Patrieiii Rothmfior, I .Teanette Cole, Ardotli Ilaberichter, | .Morion Gill arid Marie Foss, s a n p r j BODY, FENDER REPAIRING Kh« wul1 known "Row, Row, Row --Dents removed, repainted t o ' Y o u r Boat." This was not t h e i r ' match perfecty. Our work will first public appearance for they please you, Drive in. Leo Motor i n i l v e added much to many other Co. i-tf'programs. The junior high cornet trio, Alvin Fosse, Robert Hall and Dean Wienancls, gave their inLer_ pretation of "Three of a Kind." .Tim Kahlcr, Glen Schrpl, Rob_ ert Hull, Weldon Cole and K e n _ neth Rosauer, compose the well known "Hungry Five." For those of you who had not seen these performers until Tuesday night, know t h a t you had great, deal of pleasure waiting for you when they gave, out w i t h their typical old country airs. We know eveiyone enjoyed the plays un'l the special music that was furnished between acts. ' Miscellaneous AGENCY F O R W A T E R L O O Laundry and Unique Cleaners. Harry Eshcr Barber Shop. 2-Dp OPEN for business. Moore Milling company. 8-3c · LOST-FOUND LOST--One tire chain for H.25.20 dual tire. Extra heavy duty. And scven_ton hydraulic jack. $5.00 reward. Phone 8-14. D. B. Cooper. 8-2p LOST--White collie, seven months old. Answers to the name "Booth." Anyone knowing her whereabouts phone 2G-G2, Chas. Ackerman. s_2c LOST, strayed or stolen--Shorthorn heifer, wt. 600-GOO, mark in right car. John Benordcn. 8-2p · WANTED BECAUSE we handle poultry and eggs only, our entire effort is used lo get you the highest prices. Fosss Produce Co., La Porte City. 4.4c WANTED--Lady to do housework Go home evenings. No Sunday work Call or write Progress- Review, Box B. EIGHTH G R A D E NEWS We have each madu u report in booklet form on a library book read this year. In arithmetic we arc studying solid figures. We have madt samplts of cubes, rcctangulai prisms, cylinders, pyramids and cones from construction paper. Richard Hoppe from Waterloo visited our room Friday. GOODWIN PHONE 24 FOOD MARKET SALE Friday and Saturday, Nov. For your convenience we are listing the required number of points necessary for each item. We will do our best to serve you. GOLD BAR Sliced PEACHES £, 31c COLD BAR "" **"· Halved Peaches £%. 31c (21) Points BUTTER Fresh Creamery, Ib. OLEO SWIFT'S N ALLSWJEET, Ib. JELKES GOOD LUCK, Ib ; SWIFT'S LILY, Ib : STANDBY PEACHES sliMd Halves L'ART SAUERKRAUT QUICK MEAL CREAM STYLE WHITE CORN MORGANTOWN QUALITY TOMATOES TENDERSWEET 16 Oz. Can (ii) 27 Oz. Cans (6) 20 Oz. Can (14) Cans (16) Points Points lOc Points Points WANTED -- Good Phone 8.14. clover hay. WANTED--Ftv loads of hay. Clark Hoyt, phone 1C_31. 9.3c Johannsen Home Saved from Fire Alertness of two passing schoolgirls probably saved the .Herbert Johannsen home from serious fire damage Tucsd/iy r after chimney spurks ignited the roof. The girls, Dorothy and Mary Stevens, saw the blazing spot on ;hc roof and warned Mrs. Johannsen. The fire department arrived in time to extinguish the blaze jcfore more than two small holes lad been burned. FIRST GRADE NEWS We have n new girl in cur voom. Her name is Kay X.eller. George So!k had a birthday Fri. day. He \va.s scvnn years old. Mrs. Selk visited cur room and brought treats for all of us. Donna Rcimcr bad a birthday Sunday, Feb. 2a. She was scveii years old. Tourist Club Meets With Mrs. Art Olsen Tourist club met Thursday with I Ira. Art Olsen with a program .on 'hobbies." Mrs. Olsen discussed the hobby f dolls, Mrs. Tuna Booth handker. hiefs. Mrs. John Bctts was a guest, and displayed her collection f handkerchiefs. Mrs. H. G. Esh, r displayed her collection of salt nd pepper shakers and discussed hem. Everett Moore Back From Pacific Duty Mrs. Charles Moore has received word from her son, Everett, that lie is now stationed at the rco^iv. ing ship at Goat Island, San Francisco. Everett has been in the navy for 12 years, and holds the rating of chief water tender. He has pent much lime with the Asiatic fleet, and was in Manila when the Pacific war broke out 15 months afro. Since that time he is believed to have seen much action in South Pacific naval .fighting, although censorship has kept him from writing much of his experiences. He has not been able to K ct home on a furlough for the past six years. GOLDEN CORN 2 GOLD BAR DELUXE PLUMS SWEET PEA BRAND R.S.P. CHERRIES 1 ^ " (15) Points TENDERSWEET CHUBBIES PEAS . . 20 Oz. Can (16) 21c Points 15c Points FLOUH R O B I N H 0 0 49 Lb. f»1j Bag *·' S N O W F L A K 24'/ 2 Lb. Bag SWIFT'S Mil 3 c TM 23c QUAKER QUICK OR REG. 3 L 23c PURE, FRESH GUEUNS MILK Qt. 9c STARCH CORN OR GLOSS tf Boxes Why wait? Sell it now, through tlie want Get Months Gasoline Farmers may obtain gasoline for their traclors, engines and other non.highway equipment for a period of six months instead of three months, according to a change of rationing regulations announced by OPA. The change is said to have been made because of the variable na. i ture of the farmers' needs. ' Salarno Crackers Lb. Box CLABBER GIRL BAKING POWDER, can CRYSTAL WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP, 10 bars SUNBRITE CLEANSER, 3 cans . . . ' . . . CRYSTAL WHITE TOILET SOAP, 4 bars . . . . HIGH TEST LEWIS LYE, 3 cans BOX OF 500 i FACIAL TISSUES . . . . . . . PAPER .. NAPKINS, pkg. of 8 0 . . . . . ENGLISH : * WALNUTS, Mb. cello bag Soda or Graham, 2 ------·--·----i QUALITY PRODUCE 9c 39c 12c 19e 25c 25c lOc 29c GREEN TOP CARROTS Large n _ Bunch I D C F,\NCY LETTUC Large Head CELERY, large stalk 1 FRESH ONIONS, TOMATOES CABBAGE, CAULIFLOWER IEXAS Snrini i?ca toe ciyi? /^T» A ·w^.wi,.^ J -'*^3 i£b Olidi 4 GRAPEFRUIT, 6 for 1 3 LB. CAN CRISCO 7 EGGS WSPAPERl

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