Page TTTO THE PROGRESSJtEVDEW, LA PORTE CITY, Thursday, 1 La Porte City Personals s McElroy of Vmton was a Sunday guest of Mrs. Vera Cobum. Mrs. Roy Baird is recovering i couple were driving through to San Francisco. Will Wilson is reported in critical condition at Presbyterian hospital in Waterloo this weÂ«k. ~~ - He is suffering from influenza and came home on a furlough to at- complications. tend his mother-in-law's funeral, A 150-acre farm in Spring will return to Los Angeles, Calif. Creek township was purchased startirg Thursday. .from the Prudential Insurance from"mo heart attacks she suf-j Mrs. Everett Fox entertained a company by Slahlon D. William! fercd the past week. group of friends on Monday night last week at $12,000--$SO an acre. Margaret Turner was a djcner in honor of Dean Flickinger, who Thursday club met last Thurs- g-iest ai the home of Mr. and left Wednesday for Des Moines day with Mrs. Wayne McQuilkin. Mrs Ra!ph Casey Friday eveningjto te inducted into the army. 'Seventeen members were present. Walter Ncllist of Rowley spent Xext meeting will be with Mrs. of la?t v.eek. Pvt. Harold Dillon of Yuma,'last week in the home of his Roy Karr April 29. Arizona, was an honored dinner daughter, Mrs. Wm. Turner. On Julia Casey, Joseph Cas?y and guest Saturday at the Herman' Monday he went to Rochester, Kate Murphy attended the fun- Ohrt home at Mt. Auburn. Minn, to go thru the Mayo clinic, oral of Mrs. Nutt last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Buck of La Mrs. Joe Milne returned from They also visited in the Ralph Porte City are parents of a son Des Moines on Sunday, where she born Friday at ?resbytenan hospital in Waterloo. Margaret Haven, who is employed in a bank in Clinton, was a week-end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stephens of Brandon moved into the Orin Fry house on Third street last Friday. Cpl. Henry Peters, jr., who had been witn ner nusoana an Saturday before he left for training in the navy. Mr. and Mrs. Art Olsen and Zoe Ann will be dinner guests at a family dinner next Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Olsen in Cedar Falls. Lt. and Mrs. C. A. Oren of Rockford, HI., were guests of Mrs. Georgia Oren Tuesday. The HEADQUARTERS FOR Fuller Brushes Due to wartime transportation restrictions, the Fuller Brush company no longer uses door-to-door salesmen. When you need any of these popular brushes, you'll find a good selection at our store. Garden Time IS ALMOST HERE We have a full assortment of high-quality Michael-Leonard Garden and Flower Seeds We also have sweet corn, beans and peas in bulk. SEE US FOR YOUR Garden Tools La Porte Hardware Casey home. Mrs. J. R. Buser entertained the E. O. F. club last Friday at a desbert luncheon followed by bridge with awards going to Mrs. L. J. Tutt and Mrs. J. H. Goon. Mrs. George Wilson of near Mt. Auburn returned to her home on Tuesday from Rochester, Minn., where she was operated on at the Mayo clinic. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wyckoif and daughter, Jean, of Waterloo, drove to La Porte City to visit with the J. R. Casey fomily. A group of neighbors and friends met at the home of Mrs. Helene Johannsen Wednesday for a covered dish dinner at 1 o'clock to celebrate Mrs. Johannsen's birthday. Supper guests in the Ray Thomas home last Thuraday night included Robert Rigel, U. S. Navy, Toledo, Ohio, Frances Condon and Ames Fosse of Waterloo. Mrs. Albert Keidel and baby of Dysart were brought from the Presbyterian hospital to the home of her father, Henry Kuhn, on Tuesday to stay until she can return to her home in Dysart. Mrs. Edith Lamb entertained a group of ladies on Friday night at bridge, after which she served' refreshments. Awards went to Mrs. Art Olsen, Mrs. Court Hawley and Mrs. James Robertson. Pvt. Herman Hilmer of Boston, Mass., is home on furlough since last Friday night. Mae Fox and Elsie Hinke of Waterloo accompanied him to North Liberty to vibit his parents on Sunday. Mrs. Mabel' Nichols and her father, F. J. Elwcll, moved from their house on Locust street last week to the house recently purchased by C. C. Hager from Roger Bremer on North Main street. Donald Benyhill, son of Walter Berryhill, received his rating of private first class upon finishing his basic training at Miami Beach Florida, and is now at Camp Santa Anita, Arcadia, Calif., with the Ordnance Training group. Mr. and Mrs. Luverne Christian, who moved from La Porte City to a farm near Independence last summer, have moved back and are living in the Guy Christian home, vacated when Cuy and family moved to the country March 1. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schutte of near Jesup were Sunday guests of Mrs. C. Broad. Mrs. Schutte't, mother. The Schuttes returned from Des Moines whe e they and Mrs. Claude Sawyer Â°f Dysart had spent several days Clare Shaner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Shaner, was graduated March 12 from Navy Pier with a rating of aviation machinist mate third class. He is in Jacksonville, Fla. for advanced training. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smiley visited with their daughter, Mrs. John Moss, and family of Waterloo, Sunday. Their seven-year-old granddaughter, Lorraine Turner, is making her home with her grandparents now. Mr. and Mrs. Ogdcri Fosse, Mrs. Ray Johannscn, Ames Fosse of Waterloo and Louise Fosse of Dubuque, attended the funeral of an uncle, Fred Curtis, at Canton, Minn, on Tuesday. Burial was at Kendalville, Iowa. Mrs. John Miller entertained the Past Presidents' parley of the Legion Auxiliary on Tuesday afternoon with eight ladies attending. After doing Red Cross sewing a dinner was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Terry and son, Jimmy, of Cedar Repids, were guests of Mr. and' Mrs Weldon Belts on Tuesday. Mr Terry was a guest at the Lions club and both were at the Masonic meeting in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rainbow and daughter, Barbara, of Waterloo, visited here recently in the Ralph Casey home. Mr. Rainbow SACRED HEART CHURCH Sunday, Holy Mass and Ben- adiction. 9:00 a. m. Friday, Holy Mass, 1:30 a. m. Fridiv, Devotions, 7:30 p. m. Saturday, Holy Mass, 8:00 a. m. Satuiday, Devotions. 7:30 p. Â»n- ST. MARY'S OF MT. CARMEL Easlc Center. la. Fr. R. F. Duf r y. Pastor Masses on Sundays at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock. Jean Palmer, Dorothy Stephens pronunciation of th" ,,i and Mary Ann Peters. words proved dittuJi Invitations -- Richard Fehl, standing, but in some c chairman; Jack Lesh, Arlene De- funny. Reading ;|.K vine, Phyllis Davis and Marion helped the class to iip.Jc Gill. period in which Shakcsp Entertainment -- Lowell Smith, Touchstone's huniur, J ai .Wendell Peck, Shirley Hackerson, the worlds a s,tnsc" A i Marshall Kline and Darlene Bur- be recalled by the- c,;.,^ IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH Cilbertville, Iowa Rev. WTH. J. Cremer, Pastor Masses at S and 10 o'clock. At G. A. A. X K W the C-. A A. Committees to pick waiters--. Merle De Neut, Richard Hughes, Arlene Devine and Wendell Peck. Theme Committee-Ann Gill, Tuesday the B ,rU , ' ,. Jean Jenks, Richard Fehl, Marion ball The sophon.,,.,- ,i, Gill and Marshall Kline. , frcshman 6 to 3 n .., v overran the junior-:, l SOPHOMORE ENGLISH not participatirg n 1^ CLASS NEWS litunts. The sophomore English class' The girls an? in: has just finished reading Shakes- plans for the ai PU.I iere's play "As You Like It." The Daughter banquet. ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH Raymond, Iowa Rev. L. Putz, Pastor Masses at 8 and 10 o'clock. EMMANUEL WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH Harold D. ScoKEan, pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. Morning Message at 11 a. m. Young Peoples Service at p. m. Evening Message at 8:30 LA PORTE CITY CHURCH WESLEYAN METHODIST Rev. A. Rothfuss, Pastor Sunday, Sermon, 10 a. m. Bible school for all ages, 11 a. m. Bible study for all, 7:30 p. m. Sermon, 8 p. m. Cottage prayer meeting Wed nesjay, 8 p. m. EMMANUEL EVANGELICAL CHURCH G. L. BerReman, Pastor Sunday church school at 10 a. m Morning worship at 11 o'clock Evening service at 7:30 o'clock Mid-week prayer service anc is chief operator of the Western'Bible study Thursday at 7:30 Union in, Waterloo and reports p. m- they are really busy. The members of the Missionary Louise Vincent, 6, daughter of 'society are inviting their husbands Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Vincent of' anc | families to meet with them La Porte City, was reported mak- a t the church on Wednesday eve- ing sntisfactory recovery tbis ning, March 31, for the monthly week following an emergency ap- gathering. The group will have pendectomy performed Thursday | their evening meal together at at Presbyterian hospital in Wa- 6:30, after which an interesting i program on Missions in Africa surprised win be presented. terloo. A group of ladies EXTRA LIST DAY-OLD CHICKS 350 AAA LEGHORN PULLETS 800 AAA WHITE ROCKS 500 WHITE ROCK PULLETS 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 Chick* Started Chicks PHONB 115 LA PORTE CITY Mrs. William Turner Friday noon when they went to her home with well-filled baskets and served a covered dish dinner. The afternoon was spent socially and a gift was presented to the honoree, who will move to Waterloo on Thursday. Cpl. Francis C. Scharcs, Fort Lewis, Wash., is spending a 15-day furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Schares. He entered service March 17, 1941. A dinner will be held in his honor at the home of his sister, Mrs. E. H. Olinger, Thursday evening. W. L. Christopher, jr., 30, of La Porte City, has been enrolled in a 16-week course for machinist's mates at the service school at the Great Lakes Naval Training station. Upon completion oi the course he may be promoted to a petty officer rating and as signed to active duty. Rev. Roger Bonney of White Lake, South Dakota, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Beal the first of the week. Rev. Bonney is a nephew of Mrs. Seal's anc he is also visiting his son, Randolph Bonney, who is taking training in the air corps at Iowa | City. Mrs. Forrest McClung of Waterloo visited in the home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray Burrows of La Porte City, before leaving for Atlanta, Ga., to join her husband, Cpl. Forrest Me Clung, who is attending school for the medical corps of the air force. He was inducted into the army in January this year. Mrs. Ed Harvey returned las week on Tuesday from Preston Iowa, where she visited her mother, Mrs. Amanda Ballenger for several weeks. Sunday the Harveys entertained Mr. and Mrs Freeman Fausey of Preston Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Davis and family of Cedar Rapids, am Mr. and Mrs. Lary Taylor of Wa terloo for dinner. Two families will move this [week end into the Gravcnhorst I apartments at the rear of the former Gravcnhorst welding shop They are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beeir of New Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bceir of Waterloo. The two men, brothers, will be employed by Darwin Cooper. Keith Gravenhorst is reported recovering slowly this week from a severe attack of flu. Mrs. Harry Bookmeier and her mother, Mrs. George Fell, entertained a group of ladies in the home of the former last Friday afternoon at a miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. Merlin Fell, who was married just recently. Mrs. Clair Hearn of Allison, mother of the bride, was a guest. Games and contests were the entertainment followed by refreshments. | Mr. and Mrs. John Frank, accompanied by Mrs. Jerold Fardal and daughter, returned home th' Â·week from Dearborn, Mich., where they have been for the past two 'months in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ebel. A daughter was bom to the Ebels while the Franks were there. Tbis is their PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Frederick R. Passler, Paolor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. The theme for the morning sermon will be "Wise Master- Builders." There will be a meeting of the Ladies Missionary Society on next Wednesday. METHODIST CHURCH RnJph Supplee, pastor. Church School, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Special Lenten music. Sermon "The Four Spectral Horsemen." 7:30 p. m.. Youth Fellowship. ZION EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH W. F. Domres, Pastor Jubilee, Iowa 10:00 a. m., Sunday school. 11:00 a. m., Church worship. A cordial invitation is extender to all our services. School News SENIOR CLASS NEWS The class held a meeting March 16 to decide the class colors flower and whether caps am gowns would be worn at the com mencement exercises. Many com mittees were chosen to complete the plana. The chairmen of those committees are as follows: Announcements--Lloyd Frush speaker--Merle McBride; motto-Dorothy Porter. The flower chosen was the red rose; the colors are to be aqua and white. It was decided that th graduates would wear gray capL and gowns so that the entire group would be uniform. The following Thuraday th class met again to choose thei announcements, cards and motto. SECOND GRADE NEWS We started our new leading books, "We Grow Up," this week We read a group of storie "Animal Friends" this week. Pictures were made to illustrate the itoriei. In numbers we have learned the first ninety addition and subtrac tion facts. Beatrice Ballheim, Ilia Higgle Thelma Dunkelberger, Shirley Hild, Duane Habcrichter and Shirley Ann Loveless got "A's 1 in spelling last week. JUNIOR CLASS MEETING The junior class met Friday March 12. Committees were ap- uet. The banquet is to be May 8 pointed and our banquet date waa It will be a semi-formal occasion Committees are: Decoration--Marion Gill, chairman; Caryl Moline, Jim Pearson Jean Jenks, Lloyd Cutler and Bob Craft. Food--Ann Gill, chairman; Sal- Iv Eastman, Alvina Dunkleberger a finance course at Ft Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis, and is now in California, awnlHng for further orders. His wife- am second child, the other one ia a wtt L boy. Jerold Fardal has finished ^J daughter will make their home I r i Mr. 1 ice. La Porte City Sales C Next Sale Saturday, Marc 150 -- HEAD OF CATTLE -- le 25 head Shorthorn and Hereford calves. 20 head Black Angus calves. 40 head Shorthorn and Hereford yearling. 700 pounds. Eemainder Mixed Cattle. 19 Ewes to lamb after April 1. 4 head of horses. New 32-ft extension ladder. ANTON, CLARK MCENS, 0- PHONE 209 Let Your Druggist Keep You Tin of 12 Hobarts Full Pint Milk of J J Firstaid Travelkit Pkg. 100 Poker Chips 25c Johnson Baby Powder 1943 SPRING OF PAINT! Bright New Patterns of Quality Wallpaper Â· Immediate Delivery Â· Return Privilege on Unused Rolls Â· Low Prices SINGLE ROLLS 35cVicks 27 C 50c Calox 390 PkÂ£. 100 Bexel $1.98 Pt. No. 6 Disinfect 49= 60cBag Balm ...49* Pt. 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