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La Porte City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1943
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Thursday, March 11 SOCIETY Mrs. Frances Nies, Society Editor, Phone 95 Social Calendar hall. March 26 Double six club with Mrs. Fred Garrabrank. by Mrs. August Guinevere Barnhart Honored at Farewell Mrs. C. V. Barnhart served a G o'clock dinner party on Monday night in honor of her daughter, Guinevere, who leaves for North Hampton, Mass, on Thursday for officer's training in the Waves. After the dinner the guests played court whist for entertain. ment. Those attending were Minos. A. G. Beyers, A. N. Savage, Ralph Dubois, Dorothy French, Walter Rath and Miss Ada Mae Little, all of Coggin, Iowa, where Miss Barnhart taught school. Circle anniversary ( : B. G. B. Club Enjoys A Dessert Luncheon Mrs. John Belts was hostess to the B. G. B. club on Monday night for a dessert luncheon and " '^ ° ^'^ TM" th March 12 World Day of Prayer in Evangelical church. March 13 Good Cheer club in King's club room; Mrs. Clark Hoyt and Mrs. Art Wilson hostesses. March 15 Kilkarc party with Mrs. George Abel. March 16 Lotus club with Mrs. Will Reimer. Pythian Sisters in K. of P. hall March 17 W. S. C. S. in Methodist church with Mrs. Art Olsen as chairman. Dorcas class with Mrs. Albert Anton, assisted Buckholz. L. L. P. C. with Mrs. J. H. Goon. March 18 Idle Day club -with Mrs. Leo Bauer. March 19 Literary party. E. 0. P. club with Mrs. Buscr. March 20 , n . w. R. c. in K. of p. hall with Har "et Sides Weds covered dish luncheon. j Ivan Anton March 1 March 22 B. G. B. club with : Brust. Mcnnesse club with [Olson. [March 23 ^ Past Presidents' parley with March 1 at 7:30 p. m. in the . Mrs. John Miller. , Trinity Methodist church in San Ma TM h 25 l Francisco, Calif. They were at_ Kebekah lodge at I. 0. 0. F. tended by Mr. and Mrs. Pau GOODWIN FOOD MARKET PHONE 24 SALE MARCH 12 -13 Johnson, the former a shipmate of the bridegroom. The bride wore a light blue and white ensemble with matching ac. cessories and a corsage of baby orchids. The bridesmaid wore a navy blue dress with blue acces. sorios and a corsage of gardenias. The bride is a graduate of the La Porte City high school with the class of 1938 and finished a course at the Waterloo school of beauty culture in 1939. She was employed at Tama for two years and the past two years has been employed in Lucille's beauty shoppe here. The bridegroom is a graduate JatQGRESIlfevifcW, U POME CITY, IOWA 'Reading and Many Attend Golden Wedding One hundred and twenty guests i registered March 5 at the observ. I ance of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold] Crusaders always have Brandts golden wedding anniver. time of it. Thev not on'v sary. Seventy-five were served at point out " ' the celebration dinner, following | combatting which a short afternoon program-"""··""-- was given, including songs by Lois and Jean Fehl, two songs by _,, Clifford and Fay Burr, and a short'novel, new ont. Many women I soniL 1 men, too, really military political corruption, to do anything. are aroused and *--m -- -- -- i * i uii i l l I J l L i i r v C f t r t l D j l f n i j " 4-' - » · i j w butii we adera always have a h«d ? n °S\ 0 ^^ QBut "« TM^IpTrTMhTM' as ^ ^^^^±.ff^H5£^ ^V"-r^- -. r^r to als ac, haT u: ^r:-, K ---LS -n TM - -.^ -^ -v.i.,.,,.1 r/--:__.._. - uau lorin to be serious about nn,, o . J l u u " t l l e ^a.x now, and we are going the day digging a pit t , pup.tent over, to that room. rnuoh help from him as is on guard for talk Rev. convince what Colonel Effingham runs up thing against, in Berry Fleming's new "Colonel Effir.ghnm's M · ,., Ralph Supplee. , R a , d ," whcn ])c t r j o s Neighbors of the Brandts gave.the small Southern them a chair as an anniversary I Fredericksvillc, Georgia. to reform town of Bui hi- iloc.Mi't For about any- Qdmit defeat. one thine, there's Albert, this lackadaisical young reporter, who finds hiniM-H, p a r t l y Because of they are from my candle. January here I am ag.tin--[ dor if I will ever get this finishi-d I am poire to ti v t Present from out of town were Narrator of this of the 1933 class of the local high! M r s - Irvin TenEyck of Brondhcad, school and went into the navy i n i w i s " ilr - alul Mrs - Charles Brandt January, 1941. " third class and i San Francisco ensy.gomg your.;; Albert Murbury. on the staff o f ' t h e N a t i o n a l reporter n a m e d ; p r e t t y nice girl, afu-r n!1) , first ^ Cu:ml. then in the | in defense stamps going to Mrs. T 1 Hugh Salmon, Mrs. Arnold Woes. J - K ',tehoff and Maude Kline. I i Relatives have received the an. Mrs. C. A. I nouncement of the marriage of j Harriet A. Sides, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Art .and Mrs. Warren A. Sides, and D. Anton, son of Mr. anc Ray Antcn, on Monday I Ivan Mrs. to be present. W. S. C. S. to Meet Next Wednesday Women's Service of the Methodist church his ship leaves the bride will City. Juanita Westerberg To Wed Clare Teeter Juanita Westerberg of Waterloo gave a dinner party last Saturday evening in Black's tearoom, an. nouncing her engagement and ap. "''" mect a t t n c church next \Vcd_ proaching wedding to Clare L., nefday for a program which TM - -- include piano solos by .Mrs. Gcc-,,- Martin and Janet liay. Mrs. Art Olsen is chairmnn of the committee in charge of arrangements. It was announced Thursday that the program would also include a musical trio, Mrs. Clifford Burr, Mrs. Leo Bauer and Mrs. Court Hawley, accompanied by Mrs. C. A. Brust, and a talk on her col. lection of handkerchiefs by Mrs. John Bolte. Albert gets n . , , - · - . Bl '»k r f - t h e . M o n t h U-.ephone call from i choice, along w i t h .-mother B man who announces hc if] at small t o w n life Cousin Willie," | SaroyanV "The Ilum^ Club novel "Cousin Willie" t u r n s out to b e j | W. Seaborn Effinghaw, Colonel, Society of ChriRtii;n! U - S - Army, retired, an officer, a! Kpnllc-nian. and a citizen, i n the best SCHJC of the words. But Al William Comcdv Teeter, son of Mr. and Mrs. G '"elude piano solos by .Mrs. George C. Tecler. !««--..=- - ~ - T . , Miss Wcsterberg, daughter of Standby--No. 1 Tall Can PEACHES Quick Meal--No. 2 Can WHITE CORN Tenderswcet--No. 2 Can Whole Green Beans Trailer--303 Can PEAS Fancy--No. 2 Cans Tomatoes 11 Points 14 Points 14 Points 13 Points 16 Points Each 15c lOc 19c 15c 13c Swift's Allsweet Oleomargarine 31c 1 Quality Pound Fresh Creamery B U T T E R Pound 49c Fancy Quality BLUE ROSE RICE 2 BLab g 23C Mr. and Mrs. Martin Westerberg, will be maried to Pvt. Teeter ot March 27 in the Methodist church The bride.clcct is employed as o service station cashier at the Re_ pass Auto company in Waterloo and is a member of the Junior Business Woman's club. The groom.clect attended Fed_ eral Art school in Chicago and previous to entering the army on December 12, was employed by the order.wTiting department at the Hath Packing company in Waterloo. Since being inducted, hc has been stationed at the hcad_ quarters induction station at Camp Dodge. Yellow jonquils were used for the table centerpiece, and small wooden carved soldiers marked the place of each guest. Those attending the event were the Misses Arietta Gonnerman, k Wilma Runyan, Wilhemine Jones,) Betty Anton and Marilyn thews and Mmes. Darwin Hager, Harold Bowers, Robert Addington and Ed Marz, all of Waterloo, and Miss Clara Stueck of Vinton and Miss Guinevere Barnhart of Coggin. Double Six Meets At Abel's Cafe The Double Six club met Wednesday afternoon at Abel's cafe for a 1:30 luncheon, after which they went to the home of Mrs. Fred Garrabrant to play bridge. The hostcss-es were Tutt, Mrs. Fred Garrabrant, Mrs. distributed Mildred Woodlcy, Mrs. Herbert Johannsen, Mrs. E. E. Ronglin and Mrs. Georgia Oren. Mrs. Arthur Sobertson was a guest. bcrt doesn't understand this all nt n t , r , once. In fact, whcn the Cnloiicl ( w o offers to do n column of war com_ mcntary for The Leader, Albert is deeply embarrassed. Members of good Southern families po.sed to get their p r i n t . Even then hc - . , ~ . i l , the Colonel's liberal interpretation 1 'much' LETTERS (Coiilinuvd f run- c f l c i La ines inn. p o t l a i f k y f a m i l x you \ i i ( h i| v aren't sup. ' ;, llHT . 1I . [ii . ] names into I'l,..,^,, ,1,. page one) . and I have had res onu from Dr. from the Ho.s. . .Hid rmc f]- om money belt and! fanu not foresee I whnt was suitable to his column, "On the discuss board, ri,-i,,g mol e in. Thank^ a millioi c and Dr L.uncs loo. ·!!· j u s t .-will and so C'ribbage ainl on. I have January 24 M i l l here ! am again. T spent tbe 'day ,.ff" [ m e n t i o n e d at l i t t l e chores a i o m i r l (lie camp nil,] the clay v.;r. 1:01,1- ! , i f o r p I k-irw it I hiue every nther day off now tear and I am Imsy a* "Se-il" on the beautiful historical w o i k i n g d a v - ' I ;,. ' courl :! lousc ' so lh " 1 t' raf t can be off b u l in the building of a p ' a n n r d . town, dedicated to the bva\e Confedciatc dead, after Pud Tun len, a local boj-s of unsavory reputation, Hc makes more sparks fly when hc learns Unit same po'iticians i n t e n d to down ur tent, and we h.ive a cozy little home Living in ,1 t e n t isn't bad once you learn a few litde and have dry weather, in I'm beginning to wonder if bo nblu to sleep on a real ' a house again. I have gotten a Xmas box f the Paul WienamU family. PI give them my thanks, it swell. I think I have nil \ packages new except the with the films in. I liopo you several, it's absolutely jmpos to buy I hem here. I think I ' written a plenty for now. Fleast e;ive this letter to Smith, with many, many th for sending the paper to m have received several cop,,, the Progress Review since I been in Africa, and it really n soldier a e;ootl sensation to his home paper now and th wish each and every one of friends a r o u n d La i'orte Cit sen-ice a "hearty hello," aim we will be together again Good nite, folks, lake good of yourselves, 1 will write a soon. Your loving son, Oren (St. Scrt. Oren C. Hoyt) liavo I'urtunov. hav,- tomorrow pr ,.tty |,i K ,| n is with mi- Swift's C A N M I L K 3 c TM 2 9 c Relief Corps Has Routine Meeting The W. R; C. met last Saturday for their regular meeting which included balloting and one nppli. cation for membership was read. Reports on relief and Red Cross work were given. The next meeting on March 20 Tourist Club Has Hospitality Day Tourist club had n hospitality day ON Thursday in the home- of Mrs. Weldon Belts. Bridge was the entertainment, followed by an afternoon tea with the following hostesses in charge: Mmcs. C. T. Gates, E. L. Eshcr, Weldon Belts, Fred Gnrrabrant, Roy Wagner and Mildred Woodley. Evangelical Aid Group Meets on Wednesday The met o! Evangelical Wednesday Aid society afternoon in will include one reinstatement, I the church parlors for their balloting and initiation and will regular monthly meeting for a begin promptly at 2 o'clock. A Covered dish dinner will follow the meeting in honor of the members who have had birthdays during the months of January, February and March. Mennesse Club Has Party on Monday The Mennesse club was entertained on Monday afternoon by Mrs. Court Kawlcy for a dessert luncheon and an afternoon of bridge. Mrs. Clifford Burr, Mrs. Don Olson and Mrs. George H. Martin were guests. Awards went to Mrs. H. W. Johannsen, Mrs. Henry Lamb and Mrs. Art Olson. business meeting and a social time. Mrs. Frank Kober had the devotional service and the committee consisting of Mrs. A. W. Buckholz, Mrs. John Moline, Mrs. A. H. Stahnkc and Mis. Harold Steffins screvd refieshments. Fresh Ground Beef L* 35c Fine, Med., or Wide NOODLES Opera Brand MACARONI Goodhouskeeper Bathroom Tissue 1 Lb. Cello Bag * Lb. Cello L Bag 4 ROHS 19c Robin Hood F L O U R 49 Lb. IM QO Bag $ 1 iwO Snowflake F L O U R 24 yr Ll. O A JK Bag OOC Yellow Globe °NION SETS, Ib. 45c ?*r Suds in Hard Water ^PARK, ig. box 21c Hi Test LEWIS LYE 3 C.ns 25C Scot TOWELS, 2 rolls ..19c Jewel-- 3 Lb. Can SHORTENING 73c Legion Auxiliary JWill Meet Monday j American Legion Auxiliary will I meet Monday night at the Legion ! hall. Committee in charge includes Mrs. John Setts, Mrs. Fred Gar. rabrant, Mrs. George Fell and Mrs. Nelson Osbome. A herd of fifteen deer was seen last week in the truck patch of Mrs. Otis Nash near Decatur. Last year, Robert Nash saw 13 deer on the same place. Piles Kept Him Awake Used Doctors' Ointment. Now Sleeps Fine ThouMiiriili h*Tr fjpd t h n t rxpTlpnrr Yon too ihnuld Irr . JJOCTOI'.H' oliUmtnl In MlMa l » » l n . Hch, Rori-uvFH of M!JI|,|*. pllti. ,Harne m ilKrf for i n l l l . l l T r rtll-t » l note,] Thornton (t Minor c l l n l r . Oi ^:, i u |« ,,; Thornlon Minor'! H , r l B l fllnli..|.al C w l l h p!]r jilpr. r'.rir). .Mill', Tr.i I N I n HETTi:il wtj 1 O I I A Y . At all f^ood druf: hlonru everywhcrr--In I,a I'orto Clly ut llnwlcy'n Ho j ill "Defender" Moth Balls 1 f| A IUC E. 0. F. Club Meets With Mrs. Salmon Mrs. Hugh Salmon entertained j the B. 0. F. club last Friday at a 1 2 o'clock luncheon, after which bridge was the diversion. Awards went to Mrs. J. R. Buser and Mrs. L. A. Moore. Read the want adal Food Sale Ladies of the Evangelical Church La Porte Hardware Saturday, March 20 Starting at 10 a. m. 10 Ounce Bu.x! Vour l,ost bet in moth prevenlalivcB! Store your winter clothes wilh»i.L worry! Depend on UicM; niolh-murdLrcr.ii. 1 Kub Wall I'apcr Cleaner ________ Cedar Pack 1 ft Gainict fl.-i^' ___ I DC K l e n . K l u z Safely (.'leaner, pint ____ ItunipN- Cloth Polishing :i»iii m 20 K ( |. ft ________ IUC CJuick Drj Kn.imcl Quality Produce 96 Size Grapefruit _6 for 25c Fresh Tomatoes Radishes Large Head LETTUCE 15c Ben Davis APPLES Lba. 25c Crisp, Fresh CELERY Large Stalk 15c Large Snnkiat ORANGES 39c Doc. La Porte City Sales Co. Next Sale Saturday, March 13 125 HEAD OF CATTLE 30 head 800 to 900 pound steers. 20 head choice whiteface steers, 500 to 600 pounds. 20 head light calves. Two choice Guernsey springers from H. H. Hudson. Bang and T. B. Tested. Remainder mixed cattle. 100 HEAD FEEDER PIGS Long Time Vaccinated. 100 BUSHELS POTATOES ANTON, CLARK JURCENS, PHONi:209 Snow Bird Self Polishing Wax lOc 0 Ounce Size! For Xik'amin); floors! Dries ill 20 minute.i! No polishing needc"! Select these efficient, easy to use Snow Bird supplies and breeze through Spring cleaning! Snow Ilird Dust Mop _ Aero Amber Polish Old English Liquid Wax, Pt._ 53c 20c 39c 2-Day Sal March 12-13 11 Nabi.sci) Original SHREDDED WHEAT, pkg. JACK SPRAT SALT, 2 pkgs. 15 Tidyhousc CLEANSER 2 cans 23 CORN STARCH J. S., 2 l-!lj. pkgs. 15 OATMEAL, J. S. .'Mb. Lube 21 LEWIS LYE can CANNED FRUIT Jack Sprat ( I t points) iSoysenberries 1-lb. Ij-oz. can .laok Sprat Sliced (21 puinls PINEAPPLE 1-lb. 14-oz. can ICc.Dondu (21 puinLs) PEACHES 1-lb. 13-ox. can 27 puinls 36 25 Campbell's .Soup CHICKEN NOODLE, can (U points) 14 NAVY BEANS (8 points) Ib. 8 Phonograph Record Sale in order to reduce our stock «e arc offering special REDUCED PRICES for Friday and Saturday Onlj Canned Vegetable J. S. Whole KerncJ CORN (14 points) J. S. PEAS (l(j points) Mayflower SPINACH (U p-ints) Mayflower PEAS (16 poinl)s 16. 13c 14c All Okey, Blue Label Decca and Bluebird Records Regular 37c SPECIAL 25C Bring in your Old Rwovrls for cash. We will pay you 5c per pound, Not Included. All Rod Label Columbia, Victor and Black Label Decca Records Regular 53c SPECIAL Sn/o Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Head Lettuce, 2 for 29c Pascal Celery, 2 for Carrots, 2 bunches , Giant Calif. Cauliflower . Radishes, 2 bunches I'ink Meat Texas Grapefruit, 6 for .29c 3Sc Oxydol, small pkg. 9c Large Pkf. 22c "" "" i,10bars:44c . iNEWSPAFERr

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