Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa on March 25, 1943 · Page 5
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March 25, 1943

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

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-, March 25 THE PROCRESS-REVIEW, LA PORTE CITY, IOWA SOCIETY :7'«|u5- Frances Nies, Society Editor. Phone 95 .-j«?*rtijfr Masonic Lodge Holds Patriotic Meeting In compliance with a procla iraiion from the grand master of Lorraine Ducharme and Frederick Rosauer Wed Lor ran ic Ducharme, daushtvr of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ducharme of St. ...^ ftl u u u u j n o L c r ui .»ir. anu JUTS. *JOi; the Masonic lodges of Iowa-- to I Paul. Minn., ard noJd the . . - --. -- - Frederick Ro- Patriotic meeting between gauer, son of Mrs. Eva Rosauer. "Social Calendar Six tljl) with Mrs. Fred mm 39v '/· ciub « i t h Mjs. E. F. Biothcr's club at 2-30 p. m. ichool house. 11 j Xewton. division of \\'. S. C. S.! April 7 Belts. Program will consist of a guest artist. April 5 Mennesse club with Mrs. Oakley Driscoll. Tourist club with Mrs. ttVldon B. G. B. club with Mrs. Frank Caitwrijrht. April 6 Kilkare club with Mrs. Geortro Elliott dates of March 17 to 27-- Verc married in St. John'-; Cai r o w e l lodge held an open tholic church in St Paul ; meeting on Tuesday evening and on March 17 at 9 o'clock by Rev Captain Roy E. Wagner, jr., who Father Dumnd. The double-ring has been stationed with the armyjceremony was used. m Alaska for the past eighteen. They "were attended by Betty Page Five wiroisiT? CAHI) OF T H A N K S wish lllt ' lJrt i. Court llawley. Missionary Hig-hlund club with Jlrs. Sum. - . ner Snell. jailors in the evening with I \p r il 8 ·d dish iupper. ' T h l l f t club with Mrs Anna ;eiian Missionary society j otm ,, assisted by Mrs Paul -- -'-·· KoonU. Third division of W. S. C. S. : w i t h Mrs. Everett-Fox. parlois ih county convention. MJ/ $t/ba, OW YOUR OWN G E T A B L E S Milling Co. CKESCEXT Cello Wrapped GG NOODLES LIMIT 2 LBS. A new ass't of cookies including Mayfair Ices, French Cake, Dinnertime Mix, Sandwich and Sugar Cookies. 2 £ 45c Pri. and Sat. Only Pure Egg- Noodle in fine, med. and wide cut. UR, Jack Sprat, 5 lb. bag 28c; 49 lb. bag .2.25 OWN SUGAR, 2 Ibs.. DEN CORN, Mayflower (14 points) EDDED WHEAT, pkg. IT COCKTAIL (11 points) Mb. can LETTUCE A| C 2 for . . . *' PASCAL CELERY 2 f or . JIERX TISSUE Rolls 2 bunches TOMATOES Lb. HOUSE t Cleaner, ., 59c; i/ 2 "Gal. 98c STEVENS LINEN Toweling 3 Yd $1,59 Heavy 36x21 Colored Borders Turkish Towels 29c 8 OZ. ther Ticking Tfc S' RIBBED TOP n Stockings i ·- - - · f » . - M . * . n i * i i v W L I t uL. I, i:ili;i:t| UV 1)1. I L V months, was their guest speaker.'Uutharmi- of St. Paul', sister A ff ood attendance heard CuptJof the bride, and Kenm-th Ro- »a B r.cr tell of his experiences and sauer of La Porte C i t J , b i o t h i r work in Alaska, and he ciKu of the K room. Oiowcd colored slides he had taken J rhe bride 'wore a white sati w h i l e stationed there. He U - f t ' f o i m a l dress w i t h a f u l l - l e n p t h Wednesday night for an officer!, veil and train, and carried call: irainiiiE school at Ft. Benmnp. ]ilio s ., n ,i swcetpca-j in her biid-.i Ui, where ho will be for several bouquet. The- bridesmaid wore ;,, weeks before returning to Alaska, aqua formal dies-, and camcd I'lecedinp the jiurt on the pro- bouquet of sweetpuas:. Kram by Capt. Wanner, the al-| Imnu'diately a f t e r the ierPinon '('glance to the flac was given and :i breakfast was served to the "God Bless America" was sung immediate i datives in the home ly the audience, w i t h the accom- of the biidc's parents, pamment played by Mrs. George | The Kroom joined the t avy two H Martin. Atty Kay Kobcr' was years npo and is .'. second clus s chairman of the program and in- pharmacist's mate. He left Mon- troduced W. A. Sides, sr., who,y for San Francisco. Cuh" to spoke on "Relationship of the Ma- resume his duties His wife re- sonic Lodge to the War," Mayor turned to the home of hc-i parents R. F. Ha-u-kins on "Pi-ice for Victory," and Rev. Halph Supplcc at St. Paul. Sunday thirty-seven relatives on "Some Things to be Gained gathered' in the Kosauer home 'for from the War. At the close of a 7 o'clock covered dish dinner the meeting the Banner was sung. Star Spangled in honor of the newly-married Mennesse Club Has Two Social Affairs The Mennesse club cp.tertained | their husbands at a 7 o'clock din- , couple. They played five hundred { for entertainment during the evening. The gueita cnmc from Waterloo, Eagle Center nnd La Porte 'City. ner at Abel's cafe ning, after which bridge in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lamb. Awards went Fosse Supt. to Mrs. Art Olsen, Ogden and Mrs. Court Hawley. ,,,. and Mrs. Gcorga H. Martin were their regular Sunday eve-l S h ° W e r Honors they played Bride-to-be Mrs Robert Haire, nsr.istcd by Mrs II. R. McFarlane, cntcrtam- guests. The club met for meeting last Monday afternoon in home of Mrs. Ogden Fosse a dessert luncheon followed by bridge. Awards went to Mrs. ,,,,,, Everett Smith, Mrs. Court Haw- Mrs the for nnd place cards were in gold and white. Because the anniversary. came this year duriiip war times.I TllL ' Sheldon Kiwani-i c lub rr «.- the celebration was kept as sim- «"*'· had a quiz proprnm of thni r ' i i' '" t! ""' k o u r '"'·'ends pie as possible. J own. Clews u.ku, f r o m , 1 I"'"', " 1 "-' hl 0 '-" for tlu-ir flowers, Following the luncheon, the l»°?raphies of their fellow ,,,,.,,, I ' ! " ul " 1: '"- v oll "-' r ki '"l- pix'sidcnt, Mr*. Lota McQmlki,,,, b c r s ^'''e piv,.,, :lm | t i,e co,np"| 1^* "^ ""' pave ,1 short talk concerning t h o m P '^'"s were to i.ientifv t l K m "ii i'. , anniversar,- of the club which was,'-= ' ' '' 1 '" followed by contests for r n t e r t n i n - ) ment. The cltb wns organized and federated in 1S9I! nnd there is one charter member left, Mrs. K. K. Tneni, but she wns nimble to ;it- tcnd ns she is with hoi daughter in Tulsa. Okla. Relief Corps Holds Regular Session The W. R. C. met last S a l u i day in the K. of P. hall foi their repular meetine; Duniifr the business meeting there WHS n reinstatement, i n i t i a t i o n anH reports from the committees on Itid Cross work, followed by n covered dish diiinci for the birlhdiiys. The Good Cheer club donated seven dollars for the blood pjanna fun,I I T ! . _ . _ _ _ ! ' .. . _ I fund to I work Mrs. Alma Huckclt and committee will meet Fridny noon in the homr of Mrs. Ernest 'ole to do Red Cross si'winjr. u-.ed in Red Cros her Evangelical Mission Group Plans Party The Missionary society of the Evangelical church will r n l c i t n i n heir hi.sbai.ds on Wednesday eve- line, March 31, in the church p.ir- ors at n covered dish O'DO d i n n e r . After the d i n n e r a business nectinp and program will follow. Mrs. E. B. McLaut'hlin will inve charge of the devotional cd at Q miscellaneous shower service and Mrs. Jesse Bond ,,,,,.Tuesday afternoon in the Hairc' study period. Rov. Bcrgcmnn w i l l home, honoring Dorothy Englc- K' V C n ahnrt tnlk on .stewardship dow, who will be married Sntur- ""d Mrs. Berpcmai*»will also lake day to Lewis Wright. The bride- to-be, daughter of Mr. and Mr; George E. Engledow of Shells- ley and Mrs. Art Clifford Burr was a Olsen. guest. Mrs, burg, has made her the Haircs the past Will Cordray home with two years, and Mrs. part. Mrs Vic Peterso . Will Baecnitns will mi K u d u c t at the conclusion ol the m e e t i n g V H IV K T I A IV AIIK IlKAIXY ·· II I. I N » NII.-.I -v l,,,,, ( f ,| r ,,i|. n.Mnn-l.mh 10 | :1 ., ,, lif "I ..... '··"'· « v»l ..... r. ,,.T,lr.l ii,-.r,,, K , ,,... ,ii rnl ,,,,,,,«,,,,. ,, A..I...,,.,, ...... r,l l,, k . Il,,,,|..,-l,,., n d .4 ,,,,lt- ,.,,,,, ..... ,-..,1 ., K!11IM ,,,,,., f,.,; . M .-,-lr,,,l, m i:., oil Will linjny Slwll,i,iu tit Byam s 5c to $1.00 Store Presbyterian Group To Meet March 31 The Presbyterian Missionary society will meet in the church parlors on "Wednesday afternoon. March 31. Mrs. A. A. Robertson will have the devotional service, and Mrs. Inez Glimc will review the new book, "China Will Rise Again," by Madame Chiang Kai- Shek. A goud attendance is desired. The serving committee will be Mmes. J. H. Goon, A. E. Kober, C. P. Strohm, Ensign William's, K. B. Tripn, o. E. Kobcr and John Korstctter. George Hall received awards in contests at the party, and Barbara Foss sane two selections as a part of the program. Refreshments were served to 25 guests, with Mrs. Walter Bcrryhill and Mrs. Henry Kulin assisting. Literary Circle [Fifty Years Old i The Ladies Literary Circle i celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the c l u b last Friday u i t h a 1:30 lunhiiin in the homo of Mrs. A E. Kr.ljer, in charge of the corn- coasting of Mrs. Wilbur Mrs. Harry Morrison and Mrs. Inez (ilime. The tables were decorated w i t h pink cut f l n w c rs and the napkins First Division to Meet Next Week The first division o[ i|i P \\f. C. S. will meet next Wtdnmday. March 31 in the home of Mis. Court Hnwlcy. Mrs. Etta Ccod- win, Mrs. FnU K l i n e and Mrs. D. J. Wcalherly will be the assisting hostesses. Mrs. (Hen lln- \tn will have the devotional 1 - and Mrs. Keith Grnvenhorst the s t u d y period. Legion Auxiliary Officers Honored Mrs. C. V. Harnhart, asiiilid by Mrs. W. A J-'ranklin, entertain*d the prc.vnt, officers of the LC^'IMI A u x i l i a r y and the past prcsidenl 1 at a coveicd dish luncheon on SnU urday afternoon JUST A FEW OF THESE LEFT! Cotton Batts 8 Oz. 30x60 Sheet 15c STAMPED Pillow Cases Good Quality 42" Tubing $1,19 P , . "BEST MADE" HOSIERY «nved--A new shipment of sheer, semi-sheer, ^sh_hose. Colors Sun Gay and Moon Rise. 98 C and $1.29 THOf ", wftpF LIVING ROOM SUITES High quality furniture of pre-war construction. Best quality steel springs and beautiful, long-wearing upholstering on every piece! There aren't many living room suites like these remaining for sale in the United States this spring. 1:.'JO in honor Mrs. William Turner Court was the entertammi nt. Tin. presented Mrs. Turner with a gift. B. G. B. Club Meets With Mrs. C. -A. Bnisl Mrs. C. A. Bnist was hostess to the B. G. n, club on Monday evening at a dc.isrrt lunehtori followed by an evening of bridge. Awards went to Mrs. Maude Kline, Mrs John lictts und Nolle. Gannon. Mrs. J. II. Ruscr wan a FOOD MARKET P I I O N E 2 ' J HALE MAR. 2fi u r i H c|.;i, NAVY (JEANS, 4 pts. per lb., 3 Ibs. IDAHO RED J JEANS, 4 pts., ] lb SCOTCH BARLEY, 4 pts., 1 lb. IJAIJY LIMA BEANS, 4 pts., 1 lb. 25c 14 C 14 C 16 C Lima Beans, 4 pts. per lb., 2 Ibs 27 C . . , , . ( luiMncs PKAS, No. 2 Can 'nj'iwip (;RKKNS, N O . 2 WHITK CORN, No. 2 can can S w i f t ' s rn Bridge Club Meets With Mrs. Betts Mrs. Weldon Belli was hoslcs-i to the bridge club on Tuesday. The ladies met at 2 o'clock und did Red Cross work. The hosiers served refreshments at the close of the meeting. will $ 99 New Stock of Congoleum Rugs and Floor Coverings Several Fine Dinette Sets Variety of Occasional Tables HOME OF FINE FURNITURE Seven to Take Army -Navy Tests .Seven La Porte City boys take special army-navy rnllrgc training aptit.ude test nt the hiijh school A p r i l 2, it was announced this week by Principal Art 01.,en. They include Jim Kahlcr, Don! Richards, Daryl Thomson, K e n n y Krusc, Jiobert Johnion, Gcorj;e Spencc and Don A n t o n . The tests may bf taken by lirph school seniors, hi(fh school ffrad- uatea and colk-ijc students who 'ill be between 17 and 20 years of age next July 1. Others interested in taking the tril may apply for them to Mr. Olson. j The teats do not obligate those taking them m nny way, and do not miikc them mtmbtrn of the nrmy or navy r'HTVc rorpi. Their status with their draft boards rc- mainn unchanged reifarillen^ of their aucce.i.i with the tests. However, when these boys are inducted into the army and navy, they will be Kent with npecin contingents for their baiic train in«r, if the rcnults of their lonls have shown them to have npccinl aptitudes that might f|iwlify them for officers. At the end of their bank train- jf, if they ntill B«cm to be good officer material,' they will lie sen to nclect«d coJIeKCn where llie will receive collar inntructio while receiving nrmy pay or tmv pay and mnintcnnnce. Members of the nrmcd forccn and members of Inactive rcnnrvc iefl cnnnnt tnkr Ihosi- , but Rome of them will nlno lie «p- 'cctcd for the npm-lnl cnllrg? flcor training count'. If, I'ninK 15 C I I I ' l i m l q 9 C I I I'or.iK- 10 C I ['ninli f i r f,ui 19-= E GRKEN BKANS, No. 2 can TM** Hand 1'ickid . . . TOMATOES, No. 2 can Itttl Himr 1 ' i H i i l CHKKIiU'JS, No. 2 can TOMATO JUICK, 2 tall cans . . 150 f'resc(-nl Macroncts or Spaghetti, Mb. box C'reMcenl Jlrand EGG NOODLES, Mb. cello bag WHEATIES, 2 boxes MILK, 3 tall cans QUAKER OATS, small box 15 25 30 C 10 C Salerno Soda Crackers, 2-lb. box 29' LARGE ASSORTMENT Fancy Cookies 27° to 35 l lb. He«d U« wunt idll SoftasiJk Cake Flour, Igc. box 29 e Garden Seeds Onion Sets DUZ, large box 23 C OXYDOL, giant box 69 e Crystal White Laundry Soap, 6 bars 25 C SUNBKITE CLEANSER, 3 cans 12 C P E A C H E S SLICBI) OR HALVES Tall Can 11 Points COLD IIA R P E A C H E S 21/2 Glass Jar AQe 21 Points '^ L f Shop «r« for Fin* EWSPAPERl

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