Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa on March 11, 1943 · Page 4
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March 11, 1943

Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa · Page 4

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Page Two PBQCRBfiS-tffiVIBW, LA BQKTECITY, La Porte City Personals Mrs. Maggie Marshall is improving from an attack of the flu and complications. Tourist club has purchased a $25 Mrs. Frank Null sufftred a heart attack last Sunday night. She is improving s'ov.',y. Sheldon Anion wai home from . _ . Mufcatine for the u i c k eH,|war bojd. The money was raised where he is training ir. :A;T ion.| through small assessments on the Mr. and Mrs. Clarcrcc .-:.'·; o:. members of the organization. Garner were guests in :he 'Wi.l'em, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Anton at- Sawyer home last Tru^d^y I ler.ded the funeral of the latrer's uncle at Elberon, Iowa, on Tues, day. "Miss Lorraine Ducharme, who has been visiting in the G«o. Hall and Eva Rosauer homes returned Monday to her home in St. Paul. Korene Stahnke, v/ho ttaches Webster City, was home for thej week end w i t h her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stahnke. Mrs. Dave Hmea visited her Merle d in the evening another were quests. Cards was the inment in :he evening, e Rippcl, who lived south a in the Plait Creek neigh- venhorst and daughter Porte City. Mrs. Harry Knight ie ing from an operation in t of her daughter, Mrs. Clat of La recover. to 01 lown in int rial'. ^ii.-=n. H-.-K"- . - gu w jjj EOOn g 0 ; fftmwr-*^ s Sf ti-j-r «t he week. He is stationed at Seatt.c, *r«e n r xfnv _. nn( .. TII Wash. Rev. D. W. Morgan, former pas. tor of the local Presbyterian is in officers training in Fort'post graduaic wi Belvoir, Virginia, and that Roger | Harvard u n u t r - n has been commissioned an Ensign! in the I). S. Navy and will take! brother, George Hewett, who is i church, is recuperating at the ill and lives in Ft. Dodge, over home of his son and wfe, Mr. n n d | Late !©w Mileage THREE 1941 FORD DELUXE TUDORS Lc t .- than 15,000 Miles Each 1941 CHEVROLET MASTER TWO-DOOR Heater--Les-s than 15,000 Miles 1941 MASTER DELUXE PLYMOUTH FOUR-DOOR Two-Tone--Heater--18,000 Miles TWO 1940 FORD DELUXE TUDORS Low Mileage 1939 CHEVROLET TWO-DOOR Heater and Radio--Extra Clean Low Mileage "Before You Invest -- Investigate" LEO MOTOR CO., Inc. La Porte City, Iowa ill and lives in Ft. Dodge, over the week end. E. E. RongHn, president of the La Porte City state bank, returned Friday evening from Rochester, Minn., where he spent a home of his son and wfp, Mr. n n d | _ Mrs. Stanley Morgan in Water, j * loo, following a major operation. Frances Wagrcr ard Mrs. L. T. Heffner of Parkcrtburg, returned Cth Avenue North, Maywood, 111. in care of her daughter, Mrs. Har. | old Johr.son. Mrs. Knight was re_ mcrnbered by so many people hile she was in the hospital h '·he appreciated very much, will return home this spring. visit week going through the clinic. I at Alexandria. La., where they Mrs. John Bolte was a guest of vis ; te( j Harold Htffntr who is, the Tourist club last week and di-p!aed her handkerchief col. kct'.on instead of Mrs. John Belts, n. reported last vreek. . I Iowa, last week and is the guest lady, me Delbert Clare, son of Mr. and, we[k . shp ,, ped my , Mrs. Port. Shaner »«, a Sund.y ^ ^ ^^ )p Nortll a nlce V ; Tuesday from a t w o weeks' stationed at Camp Claiborne. La. Guincver" Barnr.art resigned from her rchool work at Coggm, Letters (Cortinucd from Pnge One) in the home of his parents. He is stationed at Navy Pier, Chicago, 111. Clarence Gonnerman left Sunday for Des Moines, after which he" reported for duty in the navy at Northwestern university at Chicago, 111. on March 9. Dale Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilson, is home on furlough from Coffeyville, Kas. where he is training in an aviation school Mr. and Mrs. George Hall are the parents of a son born March 6 at St. Francis hospital. The baby weighed 9% pounds and was named Craig Ray- Mrs. Robert Milne fell last Friday while visiting at the home of her son Don at Waterloo, breaking her left arm just above the wrist. Dick Hawley of Windsor, Va. came Tuesday for a brief visit v.ith his brother, Court Hawley and family, before he is inducted into the army. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Anton gave a birthday dinner last Sunday in honor of their son, Sheldon. A group of relatives and friends were guests. Mrs. James Christian has returned home from Hswkeye, la., after spending two weeks caring for her mother, MrB. France C'oodspeed. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morrison were omitted from the list of guests at the Martin Morrison farewell party reported in the Progress-Review two weeks ago We regret the oversight. Ray Rosauer, machinist rrtati first class in the navy, lef 1 Monday to report back to duty or west coast Mrs. Rosauer returned to Wapello to stay with he: mother. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keegan entertained a group of ten rela. lives and friends for Sunday din ports Hampton, Muss, on the 13th for officer's training in the Waves. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loveless entertained the Clarence Wilson family on Sunday for dinner in honor of the birthdays of Mr. Loveless, Wayne and Kenneth Wilson. All three birthdays are in March. Mrs. Milford Clark of near Brandon, daughter of Mrs. Maude Brallier, was accompanied by her husband and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vorel to Rochester, Minn, on Sun. day, where Mrs. Clark will enter the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Eva Rosauer entertained a group of relatives Sunday evening at a potluck supper in honor of Mr. and Mrs Ray Roauer. The :TRA LIST Mar. 4--Buff Orphingtons Mar. 4--W. Rox Pullets Mar. 11--W. Rox Mar. 11--W. Rox Cox Mar. 11--Buff Orphingtons 100 150 400 450 200 Get your brooder house ready and come and get some of these early chix. We are putting our Chick Starter in sacks made of dress material. A double value, good feed plus material good for house dresses or aprons. Be sure you get Evergreen Chick Starter. Evergreen Hatchery Poultry, Hog and Cattle Feed Poultry Equipment Baby Chicks Started Chicks PHONE 135 LA PORTE CITY hours and talked about most 6V- trt.hinp but the murder of the old lady. Then just at suiset I stop- car on a hill overlooking alley, and I said to this ·nan that maybe he was fooling rhc States-City but he was not fooling me, his friend, and then I had the biggest three of my four years as right then and there he made a complete confession to me. He told me how in a fit of jealousy he had gone to the farm and at the point of a gun had made the old lady go to the barn; told me ho\v he had knocked her down back of the cows and then took some gasoline and poured it over the body of the old lady and set her clothing on fire, an] then he left to go back to his farm. Wcjl, he got life in the Pen for his crime. In the four years I was sheriff there were three sheriffs killed in the state of North Dakota, shot GROW YpUK| Michael-Leon group attending included 40 peo, to death while enforcing the law. pic. The evening was spent playing These men got a bit careless and cards. Leone Christian cut her right hand severely Tuesday night while wiping a jar in the home making oom at the school after a G. A. A. sarty. The glass broke, cutting ;hc back of her hand. Madeline Friedly took her to a Mr and Mis. who have spent did not have a gun with them. We never went without a gun, but I used it very few times. In fact, 1 only used it once when I really shot to kill and then I missed four shots at a running man. So I have .. _ been lucky. doctor. I now have lots of time on my George Kober,| hands and would like to hear from I the winter in some of the old timers from the CEILING PRICES Our ordinary stock and varieties of Peas, B Open Polinated 9weet Corn, 30c pound. ISc ' lOc '/4 pound; Turnip Seed, 90c pound; Muskme pound; Watermelons, $1.25 pound; Jap Rice I 30c pound; Pie Pumpkin, $1.00 pound; Field 90c pound; Hubbard Squash, $1.75 pound, m varieties §1.50 pound; Mor-Green bulk lawn gi 35c pound, and many other varieties of vcgct flower seeds sold by measure and in packets Special or fancy varieties of all seeds other regular stock sold according to price as niarke Moore Milling C California, arc visiting with rcla_ tives in Waterloo and La Porte City for ten days before going to their home in Hillsboro, North Dakota. Wilbur Loeb, son of Mr. and old home town of La Porte C'ty. Yours truly, Peter Witt (Editor's note--Let's hear from some more of the old timers. Tell us what you are doing now, and Mrs. George Loeb, who is in the) what you remember of earlier days coast artillery, stationed at New. in La Porte City Your letters will I port, Rhode Island, is home on a", be enjoyed not only by those you' 12-day furlough. He will return^ knew when you were here, but by everyone now living in the corn- next Wednesday. He has just been promoted to seijroant. Mrs. Ted Richards entertained a group of friends on Tuesday ev(^ ning at a six o'clock dinner in honor of the birthdays of her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Loveless and Ronald Anderson. Their birthdays all occur in the month of March A covered dish dinner was serv_ ed in the home of Mrb. Ray Thom_ as on Thursday in honor of Mrs. William Turner, to Waterloo on who will move March 25. Five hundred was played following the dinner and the hcnoree was pre. sentcd a gift. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dunkelborg- munity.) Austin, Texas March 2, 1943 Dear Mr. Smith, Just a line to let you know I received the Progress.Review to_ day, it's sure swell sending the local paper to the service men. I'm looking forward to it from now on. I want to thank you, as it really cheers a fellow up to hear tht home town news. I've been here at one of the Navy's Flight Preparatory Schools lor about a month and so far I've had a complete course in Physics, Math, and Navigation crammed er entertained a group of rcla_ into me. It's far from the good old tives on Sunday in honor of the birthday of their daughter, Mrs. Harvey Hines. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hines of Waterloo were out of town guests, who are employed at the county home again, starting this week. Mr, and Mrs. G. C. Teeter entertained a family dinner on Sunday with twer.ty-onc attending. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sawyer of Dy_ sart, Juanita Westerberg of Waterloo and Glare Teeter of Des Moines were the out of town guests. Mr. and Mrs. John Angel entertained a number of friends at a six o'clock dinner Tuesday honoring Sgt. and Mrs. Louie Rcichlager, home on furlough from Bakers Field, Calif. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Shane, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peterson and Hose Holt. Mrs, Edna Olive returned last Wednesday from the Mayo hospital at Rochester, Minn., where she submitted to a major operation on March 11. She is recuperating in the home of her aunt, Mrs. 0. E. Miles. Her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wicnc_ ke of Des Moines, and her son, Garnet of Cedar Falls, called on her Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graven. horst had a family dinner on Sunday in honor of the birthday of Mr. Gravenhorst. Those attend, ing were Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Gravenhorst and son Dick of Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Alice Mehlhaus of Dysart, -Mr. and Mrs. John Kahler and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gra. days in high school when we had a comparatively large amount of time to get your studies. I am fairly catapulted out of bed at 0546 in the morning. From then on its just one long grind until 1800 when we have evening chow. I have eight onc_hour classes with two hours of drilling, boxing, swimming, football, and calesthentics thrown in to fill up the day. I have from 1900 till 2200 to study and boy you really need it. I've learned a lot of things since I joined the navy and one of them is that I never knew till now that there were so many dif_ ferent ways to cook beans. I am stationed at the University of Texas. It's really a beautiful campus, most of the buildings are brand new. I don't get many chances to see the sights here as I only get one night a week off and that's only from 1930 to 2230. Well I hear taps sounding so I must sign off now. In closing I want to say: you folks back there keep the home fires bum. ing and we'll "keep 'em flying" for Uncle Sammy. Sincerely yours, Av. Cdt. Richard De Neut Naval Preparatory Flight School Austin, Texas March 9, 1943 Dear Mr. Smith, The many friends of my grandsons, Roger and Donald Johnson, who attended the La Porte City schools for a short time, will be interested in knowing that Donald The World's News Seen Through THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An International Daily Newsaer li Truthful--CoMtruetive--Unbiued_ iim -- Editorial. Aw Timely ,, F«eur», Tog.*- wi£ A. 7 W« th. Monitor in Ideal Newp«p« for tt» Til* Ctratian Scienca PubliibJag SocZttp" On*. Norwar Street, Boiton, Prica f 12.00 Yearly or f 1.00 « Month. Saturday luue, including Magaziiu Section, 02.60 a Yew. Introductory Offer, 6 Saturday Itnm 15 r AddnM. SAMP Let Your Druggist Keep You Reg. 25c Box of 6 Cakes FR.1GRA.VT SO.V1' Lb. Size Theatrical Cold Cream 1 50c Size Magnesia Fun Liquid pint Petrolatum U.S.I'. 35c Vicks .. 27 C 65c Pinex 75c Cherrosote 72 Plenamins $2.59 50c Listerine 39 C 35c Bromo- Quinine . 27 C SOcZJB.T. 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