Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa on April 1, 1943 · Page 4
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Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa · Page 4

La Porte City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 1, 1943
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.3! . f, :LA : La Porte City Personals Sheldon Anton of Muscatine relatives ani.' to attend to busi- was a week-end guest of his par- ness, ents, Mr. a".d Mrs. Herbert Anton. Lorraine Bremer will spend a Mission band of Evangelical week's -vacation next week at the church will meet next Sunday home of her parents, Mr. and morning after Sunday school. Mrs. Hoger Bremer. Bert Huppert was taken to the. Selma Light, a student at Up- Presbytc-rian hospital Wednesday per Iowa college at Fayette, was for examination and treatment. a week-end guest of Emmogene Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Milne Elliott, also a student there, went to Dysart Wednesday to visit A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Otia Clothier at Waukeganjcarrabrant, Mrs. Warren Hughes III. on Saturday, March 27. This 'and Mrs. Ray Thomas. is their third child in the family.! Mrs. Elma Hackett's commit- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sutton and I tee of the W. R. C. will have family moved on Sunday from' an all-day meeting at her home the McLaughlin apartments to a I Friday, with Red Cross sewing to farm near Traer. I be done. A covered dish Itncheon Elmer Rumple of' Marengo, wil1 be served at noon Iowa, was a week-end gr-.est of J °e Milne, who joined the navy , - . his sister, Mrs. Ralph Supplee,j last we * and was sent to Farand family | ragut, Idaho, for physical exami- !% IOWA = "Churches SACRED HEART CHURCH Sunday, Holy Mass and Ben- sdiction.'C.OO a. m. 7:30 a. m. m. Friday, Holy Maia, 7:30 a F r i d i v Devotions, 7:30 p. Saturday, Holy Mass, 8:00 a. m. Saturday. Devotions, 7.30 p. in. Mr. and Mrs. Carleton Fultz " ation . a , nd training was given an ST M A R Y 'S OF MT CAR d son, Ronnie, of Cedar Rapids . honorable medical Charge and Fas , c rvn,,r. Ii. * TM ' CARMEL and were week-end guests here and in Announcement! We Have Been Appointed Distributors for Ford-Ferguson TRACTORS We now have on display tractors and accessories of this high-quality line of farm machinery. Under rationing rules, these tractors may be sold complete with attached plows, cultivators and other equipment made especially for this tractor. We can also supply hay-making attachments when that season arrives. This is important at this time, when buyers of some tractors would not be able to get permits for purchase of plows and other accessories. In the case of the Ford-Ferguson line, anyone entitled to a purchase certificate for the tractor is also entitled to certificates for the plows and other accessories which go with it. COME IN AND LET US GIVE YOU A DEMONSTRATION Ioines who came to Vinton last week to Leo Motor Co., Inc. La Porte City, Iowa Waterloo. Mrs. Will Wilson is spending: . , , the week in the home of her tate . eh »«fe of a funeral, was a daughter, Mrs. Harry Kober, in \TM%*»* ^ est of , Mfr ' and , \J"' Waterloo. I ?' w ' pL ° Veless and Mr " a n d Mra ' Monroe Kan- and family moved \ '"^ L ~°° n from the King house on Main and e ' ain Mr - D R - u , · Hawkins 10:00 o'clock. = . t h T e n d ' o V Third' s^et | ^ d f d ^. Vinton garden ^club in another one of King's houses,| on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Waller attended the wfdding anniversary of Ralph's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baldwin of Waterloo on Sunday. Kathryn Sti'uble, a nurse in the Vinton hospital, -was a Sunday guest of Arietta Gonnerman. Miss Struble will leave April 6 for duty in the navy. Mrs. Lyle Jeffres and son, Donald, of Waukegan, 111., came Monday for a visit in the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Huppert. Clare Rampton, who has been visiting his parents in Alahamhra, Calif., returned to La Porte City IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH Gilbertville, Iowa Rev. Wm. J. Cremcr, Pastor Masses at 8 and 10 o'clock. Dysart until Monday. Mrs. Harvey Hines left last Monday for St. Petersburg, Fla. to visit her husband who is stationed there in the armed service. Mrs. Minnie Hodgts, who spent the winter with her sister, Mrs. Emma Hahn, returned to her home at Lake Nordon, South Dakota last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Arenholz moved Wednesday from the Salmon apartment to the house bought last week from the Clark estate by Jerry Bun?.. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhardt Halbfass of Muscatine were guests Saturday and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bremer. They were on their way to Rochester, Minn. Relatives have received word of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Amos Wade at Richmond, Calif. Mrs. Wade will be remembered here as Stella Clark. Eva Scott, who teaches Mason City, is spending this week in the home of her mother, Mrs. H. H. Scott The Mason City schools are having spring vacation this week. The Legion Auxiliary -will meet Monday afternoon for a kensing- ton in charge of the committee of Mrs. Jay Anton, Mrs. Fred EXTRA LIST ODD LOTS OF MIXED HEAVIES 10 DAYS TO 2 WEEKS OLD BOOK YOUR ORDERS NOW FOR MAY AND JUNE CHICKS 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. of Mrs. C. R. Fagan. Mr. Hawkins presented the lesson for the evening. A girl, named Jo Anne, -usb bom to Mr. and Mrs. Harley Clark at St. Louis, Mo. on March G. This is their first child. Mrs. Clark was formerly Geneva Wilder. Oilman Wilson, who was here to attend the funeral of his grandfather, Will Wilson, left Monday for Huron, S. D., to resume his training with the army air corps reserve. He is taking Link Instrument instruction. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wright of Hollywood, Calif., arrived Tuesday morning to spend a month with Mrs. Wright's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Larsen of this community, and with Mr. Wright's parents in Cedar Falls. ThesLotus club was entertained by Mrs. E. F. Tibbetts on Thursday afternoon. The afternoon was spent doing Red Cross sewing, after which the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Herman Bauer was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Foss moved to their home they purchased from Glen Ritter on Main street, last week end. Julius Lamos and family will move into the house vacated by the Foss family on Third street. Mrs. Fred Garrabrant was hostess to the Double Six bridge club last Friday for a dessert lunch followed by bridge. Awards went to Mrs. J. R. Buser and Mrs E. E. Ronglin. H. A. Froning of Parkersburg bought the John Krcbs farm IVi miles southwest of town last week. The farm consists of 195 acres and brought approximately $125 per acre. Russell Wcnner has been renting the place and will continue to operate it. Charles Harding, who is stationed in Texas, was home on fur. lough last week, and returned on Friday! Mrs. Luella "Wheeler and son of St. Louis, Mo. was also a guest in the home of her father, Walter Harding, who has been ill but is improving now. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Hager entertained forty relatives and friends on Saturday evening at a covered dish supper in honor of the sixteenth birthday of their son, Donald. A large birthday cake, which was cut in forty pieces, was used for the centerpiece on the table. Somcrse was plcyed during the evenin for entertaniment. Mrs. Charles Loveless, Mrs. G C. Teeter and Mrs. Paul Hi-ipl of Spring Creek township -will attend the meeting of the Blac Hawk county tuberculosis asso ciation at Black's tearoom 0 Wednesday when a 1 o'clock din ner will be served. During th business meeting the repcrt of th state convention at Des Moine will be given. Mrs. 0. E. Miles returned from the hospital in Waterloo Sunday where she had been since she fel and broke the bone in her should cr March 20. That evening sh accompanied her son-in-law ani daughter, Dr. and Mrs. J. F Bcyerie to Kewanee, III., wher she will stay untli her injury i healed. W. R. C. Kensington met las Thursday with Mrs. E. B. Me Laughlin. Mrs. Clark Hoyt wa assisting hostess. The thirteen women present spent the after noon on Red Cross sewing, fin ishing two woolen throws and partially finishing two others They will meet with Mrs. Matti Brennan April 10, at 2 p. m. ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH Raymond, Iowa Rev. L. Putz, Pastor Masses at 8 and 10 o'clock. EMMANUEL WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH Harold D. Scoggan. pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. Morning Message at 11 a. m. Young Peoples Service at . 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 IOWA'S RATION CALENDAR Tires Class A Ration: Second inspection deadline, Sept. 30. Class B Ration: Second inspection deadline, June 30. Class C Ration or Bulk Couporjs: Second inspection deadline, May 31. Commercial Vehicles: Every 03 days or every 5,000 miles, whichever occurs sooner. Gasoline "A" book coupons No. 5 (4 gals, each) expire May 21. Fuel Oil Period 4 coupons (11 gals, each) expire April 12. Period 5 coupons (11 gals, each) now valid, expire Sept 30. Coffee Coupon No. 26 (1 Ib.) expires April 25. Sugar Coupon No. 12 (5 Ibs.) expires May 31. Point Rationing D, E, and F blue stamps valid through April 30. A red stamp (16 points of meats, edible fats, cheese, canned fish), valid March 29 through April 30. B red stamp (16 points of meats, edible fats, cheese, canned fish), valid April 4 through April 30. Shoes Coupon No. 17 in War Ration Book One expires June 15. Bible study for all, 7:30 p. ra. Sermon, 8 p. m. Cottage prayer meeting Wed nesJay, 8 p. m. ZION EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH W. F. Domres. Pastor Jubilee, Iowa 10:00 a. rn., Sunday school. 11:00 6. m., Church worship. A cordial invitation is extended to all our services. 50 pounds o, ccrrb ho , will be left u n t i l -,,. A m a g i c i a n n Presto G. Slick Said: "Monej i« ing the trick, So let us all soc' In Uncle Sam's j Buy War Sianjp Hitler can't lick TO BE WASHED An old washer, discarded by the Claude Worden family near Weidon was the place selected by a ____^__^____ swarm of bees to deposit t h e i r ' j V . s. Treasury Iw. honey. The tub now contains about METHODIST CHURCH Ralph Supplee, pastor. Dedication Church Service Flagi Sunday, April 4. A Flag of 73 stars will be dedicated Sunday morning at the eleven o'clock hour of worship. The flag is a gift from the Woman Society of Christian Service. The stars represent those in our church and its constituency who are in the country's forces. An appropriate program is being planned. The choir will use as an anthem "Salute to the Flag" by Malotte. The offertory music will be a violin duet by Mrs. Ralph Supplee and professor Arnold Woestehoff, "Saut d' Amour" by Elgar. An offering will be taken for the U. S. O. of the church. EMMANUEL EVANGELICAL CHURCH G. L. Bergeman, Pastor Sunday church school at s !0 a. m Morning worship at 11 o'clock Evening service at 7:30 o'clock Mid-week service and Bible study on Thursday evening at 7:30. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Evergreen Hatchery Poultry, Hog and Cattle Feed Poultry Equipment Baby Chicks Started Chicks PHONE lit LA POETE CITY ODD PET A skunk has become the pet of he Bert Keiglcy family near Madrid. It recently strayed into the yard and since that time the children have fed the animal and have treated it as any other pet. Mr. Keigley claims that it is one of the best "mousers" he has seen. COMMANDED The Mapleton fire department received a check for |50 from W. J. Haubrich, owner of a lumber yard recently endangered by fire. The fire 'was soon under control and Mr. Haubrich took that means of thanking the fire department for its good work. UNUSUAL LAMP A piece of red cedar tree of unusual shape forms the base of an electric lamp by T. A. -McAlpin of near Villisca. The lamp haa an imitation bird made from a bigh PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Frederick B. Passler, Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. The sermon for this morning will be the last of the four messages which have been given during the past weeks. Its theme wil be "The Seven Words of the Cross." On this Sunday pur church will have its "Every Member Canvass." All of our members and -friends are especially urged to be present so that the pledge cards may be received and dedicated to the kingdom of God during this service. As Christians we can display our loyalty to Christ by attending some church on Sunday morning. Bruce Center Ensign Orville Kahler, son of Mrs. Amanda Kahler, is now stationed at Columbia university in Ohio for at least two months training. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Mathern enjoyed a couple of days' visit from the former's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Teen, and two daughters of Sioux Zity. Mr. Green had recently returned from an 18 months' government electrical job at New- "oundland and after a short vaca- ion will be sent on another project. Merle Chalupsky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chalupsky, spent a recent, week end with his par-' "n's. He is an instructor in iviation instrument mechanics at ne Kansas City municipal a Mrs. Marvin Krug, teacher at 7TM T C !T ter ' and brother . Doi Boldt, Dorothy Hansen, ccompanied the ^H* 1LT' 1° · Shellsbur B- w "ere he ok part in the spelling contest. 1 Mrs. Krug is-hi,, teacher. A Jamb born on the Rigsby rothers farm near is tarting the season off very well. -- ·-· - --a --" uivuovii VAA. »«ry well. ly polished cow's horn resting on The lamb weighed 18V4 pounds at the projections, one bird repre-j birth, weight -which'is consider- sents a humming bird and the oth- ably larger than the average er a magpie. lamb ' °---m\da. La Porte City Sales Next Sale Saturday, April ANTON, CLARK JURCENS, On PHONE 209 LetYour Druggist Keep You TMTM^^TMMTM^^ Chamois 40 Full Line Lb. Size Moth Crystal; Dichlor Benzine IL Floor Brite Self Polishing Liquid Wax Reg. $1.25 SHERW1N-WILLIAMS Thurs., Qt. Linoleum Varnish Fri Fri., Sat. 1943 SPRING Immediate Delivery Return Privilege on Unused Holla Free Trimming Large Selection Low Prices SINGLE ROLLS 5° t» 27« 65c Pinex 540 60cSaI Hepatica SOcMinit Rub 25c Ex-Lax 25c Feenamint 35c Vicks . . . . SOdListerine 50c Dextri Maltose . . SOdPaMum 50c Ungentine 43 e 21" 21? 27* 39° lEWSPAPERr AN AMAZING NEW WASHABLE I SHERWIN-WlLLIA FOR PAINTING CEILINGS...FOR P/ ING OVER WALLPj · KEM-TONEis them washable wall finish that inates the usual fuss..' and bother of interior pa" NEWEST, SMARTEST PASTEL t

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