Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa on March 18, 1943 · Page 5
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March 18, 1943

Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa · Page 5

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Thursday, March IS TflE WtQGRESS-fcEVlEW, LA PORTE CITY, 1GWA parents onLucille Smith Weds --TM,_ VA hue ^IUULU s parents on Saturday, March 13, at six o'clock! Sgt. Wilbert Loeb ^ B§ «"/·$ ;Sj SOCIETY Mrs. Frances Nies, Society Editor, Phone ^ · Social Calendar March 2J Friendly Ivan Randall, dinner. March 23 Eebekah lodge hall. by Rev. E. A. Volkemant of Vinton. They were attended by Ruth Wilson, sister of the groom, and John Hag*r. The bride wore a navy blue dress with a corsage of red roses and the attendant wore light blue with a corsage of white snap- i dragons. Neighbors with Mrs.! Dinner was served the imme March 19 Literary r_jiniver?;ii y party · home of Mrs. Art Kober. E. 0. F club v.-iih Mis. J. R.| March 26 BUST. March 20 W. R. C. in K. of P. hall with covered dish lunchocn. March 22 B . G . B. d u b w . U , Mr, C. A. with covered dish l d i a t e families and a few friends m the home of the groom's par- ( cnts following the ceremony. at I. 0. 0. F.i Thc or 'de is a graduate of the Coffeyville high school with the c'ass of 1940 and was employed Six dub with Mrs, Fred aB assistant manager of a variety t Garrabrant. Good Cheer club covered supper , n home of Mrs. ^ a r l M iH with Mrs. Jake Selk assist- elub with Mrs. Art'' .^, U , b olub wiLh Mr,. E. F. Jfcnncpse Olson. March 2.1 Past President;,' parley of the Legion Auxiliary v.-ith lira. John Miller. I Tibbetts. _ Dale Wilson Weds Kansas Girl Jolinc Andicwv, daughter -^ Mr. and Mr=. N. Andrews of Cof- Kansas, and Cpl. Date J store dish C P'- Wilson is a graduate of the Earl L 3 Porte City high school with the class of 1938. Before joining the armed forces he was associated with his father in farming. He is stationed at Coffeyville, Kan., ·where the couple will live. They left Monday night for their home. of Husbands Guests at Kilkare Club Party Kilkarc club met Monday nieht Plant Your Victory Garden with the old reliable Bros. Seeds We have carried these high quality seeds for more than 20 years, and have always found them to give the most complete satisfaction. We have just received fresh stocks of · VEGETABLE SEEDS · LAWN SEED MIXTURE « FLOWER SEEDS · PURE KENTUCKY BLUEGRASS Mrs.' i n the nomc of Mr. and Mrs. George Abel for a 7 o'clock dinner with the husbands as fjests. Five hundred was played for entertainment following the dinner. Awards went to Mrs. Scvert Las- School Faculty Has I Party Wednesday ] The faculty of the school and their wives enjoyed an evening together on Wednesday nighl with a 6:30 dinner in the Homemaking room in the school house. Contests ard games furnished the entertainment. Lehman Hardware - - La Porte City, la. In the presence of about 300 guests in the Jubilee Lutheran church, Man,- Lucille Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Smith, and Sgt. Wilbert H. Loeb. son of Mr. and Mrs. George Loeb,, were united in marriage Tuesday, I March 1C at S o'clock by Rev. W. | F. Domres, uiing the double ring ceremony. During the ceremony Mrs. Clifford Schildmcier and her sister, Miss You blade grading anj 41 of p-ass. ot SACRED HEART CHURCH Sunday, Holy Mass and Ben- "lii-lion. 0:00 a. m. MomiDg worship at n a . m I hi, Sunday morning the theme · ** the s «nion will be "Tn e Suf fc of the Cross road*. Sunday, Holy Mass and Ben- P ,i , cord ' il1 invitation is extend, la-lion. 0:00 a. m. |TM .'° al1 to worship with us Friday, holy Mass, 7:30 a. m, 'V hl ' 15lu " P c °ple ought to make t n d i y , Devotions, 7-30 p. ni. ' f ^ Sunday morning church m-rv Saturday. Holy Mas,. s.OO a. m '^ '^ i-v,, u of our comrnunrtJ Saturday. Devotions. 7:30 p m llfl '- commumtj . - sen, Mrs. Roy Lassen and Fritz Kline. Mrs. Roy Lassen was a guc^t. The hostesses for the evening were Mmes. Leland Ashley, | Severt Lassen, Richard Mahood ' and George Abel. Irma Orth, sanp "I Love Truly" and "Because," accompanied by Mrs. Louie Orth. The couple were attended by Miss Marguerite Saul of Water- ?.nd a brother of the giooin, Laverae Loeb. Thc bride wore a white s:itin formal dress with a finger t i p veil and carried a blidal bouquet of pink i-oses. Her attendant was dressed in a pink formal and wore n coisage of sweect peas. Lacey Smith of Waterloo, arother of the Indc, and C«rald" Loeb. brother of the groom, acted a.s ushits. A reception in the school audi- orium followed the ceremony with the immediate families seated at one long table decorated with cul lowers and a wedding lecoratcc ; n patriotic colors. Light refreshments were served by a group of girls. The bride has been employed in the administration building at Hath Packing Co. in Waterloo the ST. MARY'S or MT. C A R M E L Fade Onrpr. la Fr. R. F. Dufr,.. Pastor Misses on Sund-iys at S-00 and 10-00 o'clock. \S WASTED M vnmr. CITY ri WESLEYAX METHODIST «V V - A - Uothfuss. Pastor Sunoay, Sermon, 10 a. m Bible school for all ages 11 a. m. Bible study fo r all, 7:30 p. m Sermon, S p. m. Cptt.nge prayer meeting Wednesday, 8 p. m. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH Gilbert ille, lowj Rev. Wni. J. Crcinrr. Pastor Masses at S and 10 o'clock GUEST l! '.i I ' n l n u r . a iiursr . 1 I n n ! l - M Kion, \vas ;, 1 l i ^"Ci 1 -11 % Day at n past six months nnd the groom was associated with his father in farming before^ he joined the armed forces in July, 1S41. II C i s stationed with coast artillery at Newport, K. I., where they will make their home. ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH Knymond, Ion a Ucv. L. I'utz, Pastor Masses at 8 and 10 o'clock. E M M A N U E L WESLEY-VN METHODIST CHURCH Harold D. Scoggan, pastor Sunday School at 10 n. in. Morn.ug Message nt 11 a . m. Young Peoples Service nt ti p. m. Evening Message at 8:30 In It far-: gnu, | P l . ' I C f s county, o n r j . , 6 , n f m w . o On,- n u m l r c , ! a n d Food Sa Ladies of the Evangelical Church La 1'ortc Hardwar Saturday, Marc SlarliiiR at 10 a. m. last :lub Mrs. Will Reimer Is Lotus Club Hostess Mrs. Will Reimer was hostess to the Lotus club on Tuesday afternoon for a social meeting and refreshments. A good attendance enjoyed the afternoon. Mrs. Alvin Bader and Mrs. George Selk were guests. Ed Mackey of West Liberty rrmy isve quite a long mustache before hia boys return home. His sons, Burrel and Myron Rex, were to leave soon for the armed services, and Mr. Mackey has "owed not to shave hie upper lip until they I have returned. Good Cheer Club Entertains Husbands The Good Cheer club met Saturday night at King's ,,,,,, room for a covered dish supper with the husbands as guests. Mrs. flowers and a cake decorated Clark Hoyt and Mrs. Art Wilson were hostessts. Five hundred was played f o r ) , entertainment with awards g o i n g , ' j to Warren Hughes, Mrs. Claik Johnson, R. B. Tripp mid Mrs. Perle Golt. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Chester, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garling, Mr. and Mis. Pcto Miller, Mrs. Gcrgia Oren, Mrs. Edith Lamb and Miss Fi y of Vinton, who is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hughes. METHODIST CHuitCH Ralph Suppler, pnstor. Church School, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sermon: "On Maintaining O u i Morale as Christians." Youth Fellowship, 7:30 p. m at the parsonage. PRESllYTJiKUN CHUnCH Frederick R. Passlcr. Pastor Sunday school nt 10 a. m, of C \ I ! I ) 01- T H A N K S I w i s h for On- , M , . ; im or Profitable Dollars , Are those dollars . coiiCL-ntiMte, uUmuis ,'uul eials to uumnlft!) vour K i o n n gi.ii!.s. ~B1G G A I N E K A L STOCK FOOD hel provide tlioso ivquirixi in L'nts in the. nuiai p i u f i t n b N 'O J O U . Figure it out for yom usually takes around" la of corn to p i o d u o 100 of pork gain w i t h o u t s ment. ing BIG G A I N , yci this consumption bushels of corn, \oiir hogs ing 3.J iioiiuiK of" BIG CAI balance their feed. .. ring corn ;it !0c )UiliL'l, j o u r saving in consume.) is ^5.10 pt- r hum of gain ('uniparp with a cost of 51 2r for the ".AIN used .mil pocket the "ereiicc 1 , Big Gain Produ Union New Spring Accessorie at Thrift Prices S?.- OF THE CARRIE CLARK HOUSE AND HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Thurs, MAR, 25 Christian Service Group Has Meeting The W. S C. S. of the Methodist church met in the church parlors on Wednesday afternoon [ w i t h the following committee as hostesses; Mmes. Art Olsen, W. A. Sides, Burrel Parker, Marie Pauls, C. N. Case, H. W. Peters, sr., W. W. Milne, Frances Nius, Dave Jlmcs, Ray Bryan, Louis' Larscn, Hoy Pauls, Maude Kline, Vernon Ayors, Alice Peterson and J. E. Huppert After a devotional service, led by Mrs. Holcne Fultn, a .study program by Mrs. W. A. Frnnklin, a business meeting and a program, the committee served re-! freshmonts. Starting at 1 p. m. The heirs of the late Mrs. Carrie Clark, wishing to dispose of their interest in the Clark house a block and a half west of Big Creek bridge, on Main street, will offer this attractive two story home for sale at public auction. Those wishing to inspect the home before the sale may arrange to do so by seeing B. B. Tripp or Kay Kober. Terms on the house are one thousand dollars at time of sale and balance within thirty days. Also to be sold are the Household Furnishings COOKING STOVE COOKING UTENSILS DISHES COMPLETE LINE FURNITURE LAWN MOWER CANNED GOODS MANY OTHER ITEMS «^^^^^^^_ Terms on Household Furnishings Cash Friendly Neighbors Have Nursing Lesson The Friendly Neighbors me ·with Mrs, Severt Ladbcn for an all-day meeting with a good at tendance. They received the Ics son in Home Nursing. A covered dish dinner was nerved at noon Thc next meeting will be helc March 24 at the Ivan Randal home. Members arc asked to take a covered dish, sandwiches and table service. The second lesson will be given in Home Nursing by the cooperatora from the two districts. There will also be the election of officers. New Uplift Style Brassieres Combiii' hroadi'lnth with ·.aim U'ldr. M i p p o r t i n g band. Crisp, Fresh Lacy Neckwear JACK SPRAT SPAGHETTI or MACARONI Add sheer, frLvhiicss to laded v/iir-lrolic \ i i i h Lhet ', p eni?c .IIM) ulcncon lac :ollars. Miu.y new .styles. 8-oz. pkgs. MORTONS SALT O Smart Real Leather Hell MAYFLOWER SODA CRACKERS 2-lb. pkg. J. S. MILK 3 tall cans . CALUMET 16-oz. can lailorcd Panties New S p r i n g accent . . . 1 inch . , ent fini.hh. S i g n s o Spring 1'crk [ l o w e r s ' your lapel. plum knit rayon with i la In. waistband. Community Club Meets Mrs. Myron Eaish The Community club met last week Thursday in the homo of .Mrs. Myron Baish with Mrs. Phronah Eaish as hosttss. Nineteen rnombers and two guests at- I tended the meeting for a social time and refreshments which were i served at the close of the aftcr- jnoon. The guesta were Mrs. H?nry 'Peters, sr. and Mrs. Leroy Young.j Vern Clark, listrator RUPTURE SHIELD EXPERT HERE H. M. SEEVSAX, wldrly known expert ot Chicago, «-lll pcrionally be al Bimi«]l Lamion Hole), IValcrloo, Wt-duc^dij, only. March M, from 9 A. M. (o S P. JT. Fruits and Vegetables Carrots, 2 bunches 15= Head Lettuce, 2 for 29 C Lemons, 6 for 19 Pascal Celery, 2 for 19= Spinach, 2 Ibs. 29 C O U P O N TEXAS SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 10 FOR 39° ONION SETS, Ib. 35 Mr Shcvnan Bays: Thi Zocllc Shield . a Iremondoua Impropcnienc over former meUiwIs. cjfectlns Immcdlslo results It will not only hold the rupture perfectly but Increase the cfr culallon. atrcngthcru the ·ncaJtentt partJT lliereby closing Ui e opening ] n ten days on the average ooe. regird- IPJB of heavy llftlnp. straining or any poalllon the bttjy may aasurae no matter the lze or location. A nationally knoam eclenllflc method No under etn.pi, O T cumbenome aimn^c- and ibnlutely oo medicine* or treatments. Mr. Sheraaa trlrj be (lad lo d«a»- ·tnta wltkairt ttartf. Add. CM* Tf. AnetliM ATB-. Caloic*. Udilomal HermU or nptan '·!· PRUNES Ib J. S. CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 9-oz. can J. S. Whole Grain CORN No. 2 can J. S. Bartlctt PEARS No. 2'/J can 12 Points 16 7 Points 13' Point* le 14 . Point 33 21 Points le Thompson's Store Men's Shorts in Bold Stripes Lil.c new ,'iftcr every tub- IjiDjT for lh'"io broadcloth hhorts are sanforized. Fine Swiss Rib SJiirts A l h i ' j t i c shirts of carded yarns. Foot Card Dress Socks .Smart plain ruler-, with distmctivi clink pattern Mciccrizcd iuo arc' heel. Cotton (/row Socks Grand for -.ports' (n tolid color-, f'r. ,ADIES' FAST COLOR A P R O N S Large SclKtion of Beautiful -Styles 35* LADIES' AM) GIRLS- NEW SPRING A N K L E T S A\D CREW SOCKS 15* and 25 C CANNON Turkish Towels Wig. HCBTJ-. 20x« In. Size 35' MEN'S RIG UUCK Sanfori7i'd ('hnmbray WORK SHIRTS 98 C MEN'S NEW NECKTIES Plftin.% and Fancy Patterns for Spring 25- MEN'S LEATHER WORK GLOVES GaunOct Style, with Elastic Band 38 C Enjoy Shopping at

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