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, LA PORTE CITY, S6WA SOCIETY Frances Is f ics, Society Editor, Phone 95 bride is a graduate in a patriotic theme with cut|Lewis Wright Weds rers and a three-tier wedding! jcakc with a miniature bride and 'soldier on top, for the bridal table. The the class of 1938 of the La Porte school and has been In the presence of a few relatives and friends Dorothy Enple- withj d o w ' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. cit . v Social Calendar April Â« Circle v.-itii Mrs. M. with Mrs. Fred Gnr- Walthers. April If. Good Cheer club in with Mrs. Addic Ronk. Community club with John Boldt. Westerberg-Teeter j Wedding Saturday 'employed as service station cash- ;itr for the RepaSs Auto company = . in Waterloo. She is a member of Waterloo I club. afternoon! Private Business Woman's Mrs. Teeter was also graduated here with the class of 1938, and previous to entering the service, attended the American Academy of Art in Chicago and ] Â« a s employed in the office of I the Rath Packing Co. in Water- .00. He is now stationed at Cam Â»* /Â·* 17" Â£ Tl 1_ T l I I ' **Â·'Â·; U U L F t * D I U L W J I $L C. at K. of P. hall. | Juanita Westerberp; of Waterloo,! Dodge in Des Moines. Â·is __ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tl -- -Â·Â·*-** with Mrs. Oak- Westorberg of La Porte City, became the bride of Pvt. Claie L. ,Gl B. with Mrs. Frank Cart-' Teeter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn j C. Teeter, in the La Porte City Grand Ciiclc with Methodist at 11 o'clock Saturday p became Engledow thc nife Wripht, son of L. of Shellsuurg, Lewis E. Wright of of N. this city, last Saturday niplit 8 o'clock in the home of Mi. and Mrs. Robert Haire. -vith Rev. G. L. Berttemarn officiating They were attended by Engeldow of Vinton, twin School News EIGHTH GRADE NEWS Velma Person and Lorraine Cole spelled down the rest of the clas Thursday. Room helpers elected for the rest of the year are librarian, Pearl RifTRlc; patrolman, Velma'i Person; host, Kenneth Wilkinson; roomkeeper, Alvin Fosse. Doris! In agriculture we dairying as part have studied of the u n i t , . , of the bride, and Willmm Wnjrht,! * wo n 'Â£ h school boys denionsirat- bi other of the groom. The bride wore a navy blue chiffon dress and the gioom his Nurhcr, Miszner. assisted A u x i l i a i y kcnsington at by I morning, March 27, with Rev. G. Runyan D. Giiide of the Methodist church'Sawyer a i m y uniform. Mrs. Wright ha* made home u i t h the Haiiv? for the The out-of-town guests w o r o : i . ' Â° ."'Â·'Â»Â·* and Mr. Wright Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fueher, Mr. J J u s t recently discharged from the- nnd Mrs. Henry Stueck, Mr. ard' Mrs. Gilbert Stueck and Miss Clara Stueck of Vinton; Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Stueck, Miss WiVma r*~v ~ Kiftare club with Mrs. George club with Mrs. A. E. -PjfUBan Sisters in K. of P. . of Geneva officiating. and Mr. and Mrs. of Waterloo; Mr. Carl and I Mrs. Claude Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. The single ring ceremony wasl Warren Sawyer and Al Gnagy of performed before an altar illu-' Dysart; Mrs. Cecil Tccler of minated by a lighted cross and| M a s o n City; Mr. and Mrs. Vemon and club with Mrs. Sumner Society in Presbyterian Delbert Haven ;.ith -Mrs. man. club with f assisted by Mrs. Mrs. Anna Paul division of W. Everett Fox. S. C. S. two seven-branch candelabra, in front of which were baskets of spring flowers. Nuptial music was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Burr, who j sang "0 Promise Me" (De Kovcn) and "I Love You Truly" (Bond), accompanied by Mrs. C. A. Brust. The bnJ; 1 was attired in a biege wool suit with matching hat ar.d brown accessories and wore a corsage of yellow tea roses'. Her only jewelry was a gold locket set in mother of pearl, a gift from the groom. Arietta Ayers and daughter, Evelyn, of Brandon. Evelyn Ayers was the waitress for the bridal table at the reception and Mrs. Cecil Teeter, Mrs. Warren Sawyer, Wilma Runyan and Clara Stueck were the othnr waitresses. army to engage in her p.ist \\aik, ed the Babcock milk test for Milk brought by Dan Hild h:\d the highest percentage of butterf.u. FIRST G R A D E NEWS Marlene Strohccker had :i b i r t h day Friday. She H H S seven vear: old. She brought treats for all o; Donald White our room. He hi school in is a new boy in n been attending They will m;\kc their home m La Porte Ciiy. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hubbnrd of Waterloo and Mrs. Herman I Mrs. Glimc was our teacher Ohrt and f a m i l y of Mt. A u b u r n were out-of-town guests. On Sunday Mr. and -Mrs Herman Ohrt of Mt. Auburn g.ive a family dinner in honor of the couple. Mrs. duties Teeter will in Waterloo resume her while Pvt. Gonnerman of Waterloo attended the bride as maid of | honor, and was attired in a blue P, C. with Mrs. J. R.i wool suit with black accessories and wore a corsage of sweet peas. Harry Malmgren of Winthrop, Iowa, was best man. Ushers were Warren Sawyer of Dysart and Clayton Sawyer of La Porte City. Immediately following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served in the home of the groom's parents for fifty guests. Decora- Fred tions on the tables were carried .Six with Mrs. E. E, division of W. S. C. S. frs. V. Palmer, assisted by Vaughn and Mrs. Marie S..in Masonic hall, club with Mrs. ATLANTIC BOND letterheads LEND DIGNITY To YOUR BUSINESS COIIRESEQMIEKCE [his Is the Time to CHECK PRINTING REQUIREMENTS Teeter returns to Camp Dodge. Miscellaneous Shower For James Edsills Mrs. Pearl Williams and Mrs. Elmina Edsill were hostesses to a group of sevcTity-fivp relatives and friends at a miscellaneous shower in honor of Mr. and Mrs James Edsill of Cedar Rapids las Saturday night in King's club oom. A covered dish supper was served, after which a program contests and games furnished thc entertainment. On the program Ted Bagenstos gave an origina musical reading and Mrs. Floyd Edsill whistled a solo, accompanied by Mrs. Minnie Smith. Thc out-pf-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woolman, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauzon, Mr. a Mrs. Forrest Smith and fair.ily, Mrs. Hubert Woolman, Mrs. J;u-k a few days last week. This week's helpers arc Ro.se- niary Sawyo,, Marlys Crummei Janet Froning, William Ballhcim Annette Hall, Betty Driscoll, and Marjorie Fried ly. Good Cheer Club Meets Last Friday The Good Cheer club met last Friday night with Mrs. Earl Wilt who was assisted by Mrs. Jnke ...... Selk. A coveted dish supper was treat, served after which five hundred We organized n rending club. FOURTH G R A D E NEWS Mark Gill visited our room Wednesday afternoon. Mae Hilt bad n birthday Thursday. We sang a birthday song for Mae. She give us candy for was the evening's entertainment. Awards went to Mis. R. B. Tripn Cliff Duller, Mrs. Pcrle Gott Bob Tiipp. Katzman and Sharon, Mr. Mrs. K. Furson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Robcson, Gertrude Stebbins, Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Edsill and family, Mr. and MIV Walter Clark and Minta Simmons, all of Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miller, Darlene Kramer, and Mr. and Mrs. Milford Clark and family of Brandon. Check This List for Your Printing Needs Chipping Labels Pmdow Cards )rder Blanks i Dipping Tags Business Cards filing Cards Circulars Circular Letters )fficc Forms Letterheads Envelopes Statements billheads Blotters Booklets Announcements Post Cards Tickets Handbills Daughter of Former Resident Marries On March 20 in the parlors of thc St. Paul's Methodist church in Cedar Rapids the wedding of Priscilla Patterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Patterson of Cedar Rapids and Ensign Frank dialled, son of Jlr. .and Mrs. F. A. Challed of Ctdar Rapids, took place. Rev. Charles J. Bready officiated, i The groom is employed as a I pharmacist at the Shores Chemical ! Co. in Cedar Rapids, and they] will make their home there. The mother of thc bride, Mn. James E. Patterson, was formerly of La Porte City and will be remembered as Leo Schofield. First Division Meets With_Mrs. Hawley The first division~~of the""W~. C. S. of the Methodist church met Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Court Huwlcy who vm* assisted by Mrs. Etta Goodwin, Mrs. Fritz Kline and Mrs. D. J .. We will meet every Fiiday to poetry and (live book reports. SIXTH C.R VOE NEWS We enojycd "The Little House" given by thc seventh guide un away to blend, surrounding dog, blueberry doz- appre- padded the tent " TMol, deep realization""-h-u l V"-'TM 'T ," ^ .oarcd 1 c, T ,g a t'cd i ^ BB C^ . k a u r i T ? , Ul Â° p u u t f :iml co ' ltc 'Â»"-' i *oli- t . k u e d the tude sought i,, r bv so minv but Â·liimmenng found by so few ' * "Hoinp.ir:ible Lack- J ,, '.MIC M i l ) , fl(j 0c \- . ' clouds. A Kma-fjOu,. n ,' " n " wan? Sell it now, through known hi- :im)i m!1 | bv . tll! w Â»nt adsl "Ph speed dive ,nt,, [!,, st V c ,. lm to i-mcr^. ., , u o m , ,. ltl , r w ^ m - KUmniciinK wri^lm,, ,,;.[Â· pond, a pa beautifully, face of the flight in a green w i t h a erouiu! of of ;; files Kept Him Awake G R O W Y O U R OWN V E G E T A B L E S W I T H Michsel-Leonard Mickie Kcheler has been on tin .sick list this week. We Africa had a completion te.st on Thursday. We nre now Weatherly. Mrs. Gl was lenn Haven the devotional leader and Mrs. Keith Gravcnhorst hud the program topic. Fraternity Class Will Have Party The Fraternity class of the Methodist church school will meet in the home of Mrs. Mabel Nichols and her father, F. J. F.Kvtll, on Thursday evening for a covered dish supper followed by ^:in ind contests. studying Asin. The bnys "Corner Ball' ncsday. Thc score was !l to 10. won thc game ol in the gym on \Vcd- G A R D E N Moore Milling Co. FRESHMAN NEWS The ficsliman cb.ss i.s having difficulty in .securing mcnls for the coining dance M they are sponsoring. They are unable to get brownies nnd there is a question about thc pop. Remember! Admission only cents. Lot's have a happy SI'ECIAL RECOGNITION At tin- annual Mount Vernon DhambLT of Commerce dinner rc- cently John Hoodmakcr honored for his nearly 50 years of bet-vice as ilruyman and hauling he mail and express. During the irogram, Mr. Hoodmaker was orcsented with .1 framed diploma in tho Univcr.Mljr of Hard Knocks, TYPING NEWS The following people received the highest averages in the daily speed tests given during the week of March 22-26: Jean Junks, 51; Shirley H:\ck- erson, 48; Dorothy Jim Pearson, -U; Marion Gill, Eleanor Taylor, '12; Ann G Lloyd Duller, -11; Cltn Scliecl, .10, and Jean Palmer, 40. OUR CAMP IN THE WOODS The G r a m m a r class has br'cn signed by the president of thejwriting descriptive; themes. This Chamber of Commerce and the'one by Neil Dawes has been chos- city mayor. en as one of thc best. The sunlight filtered fliekeimg- ly through the evergreen bows; Read the want adsl Mrs. George Hall Heads Band Mothers During the business meeting of the Bandmothers club, which met at the school house on Tuesday afternoon, the following officers Â·were elected: Mrs, George Hall, president; Mrs. Warren Hughes, vice president; Mrs. Will Cordray, secretary; George H. Martin, treasurer. A program was given consisting of two songs by the sixth grade, piano duets by Wanda Weatherly and Richard Hughes, two numbers by the junior high 'sextet and the Hungry Five played'^two selections. Â·4PRIL2-3 j Don't wait until you need a rush job of printed s. Check your printing needs now. It is more likely that you need letterheads, statements, plopes, order blanks, salesbooks, or one or more items listed above. Call or phone the Prog- '-Review today. A representative will be glad samples and otherwise help you with your |er. Phone 46 (Tourist Club Meets jWith Mrs. Belts Tourist club met Thursday afternoon this week with Mrs Weldon Belts. Mrs. Wilbur Eriggs, prominent local artist^ was guest speaker at thc meeting, displaying and discussing several of her paintings. After the meeting the hostess served light refreshments. JMayflower Soda Crackers 2-lb. pkB-.. Corn Starch 21 e 16 C Corn MÂ«.nl 5-lb. ban JACK SPRAT FRUIT COCKTAIL (11 points) 16-oz. can SALMON--Mayflower Pink--(7 pts.) No. 1 can 26 C LIMA BEANS--Large Size--(4 points) pound BLENDED JUICE (9 pts.) 46-oz. can -REVIEW Bridge Club Has Party for Husbands The bridge club entertained their husbands last Friday evening at King's clubroom at a 7 o'clock dinner which-was followed by an evening of bridge with awards going to James Robertson, Mrs. C. T. Gates and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Newton. PEAR COMPOTE (21 points) No. 2'/ 2 can Big Creek Farm Bureau Meets The Big Creek form bureau adiea will meet Friday afternoon from 1 to 4 o'clock with Mrs. Ezra | lager. Bertha Mae Dimmitt of| Waterloo will present the lesson on War Conditions. A u n t Sues Home Dry CLEANER gallon 7S C w Wax rile POLISH pint can 39 C Bordcn's Eagle Brand MILK can 23 C Head Lettuce, 2 for 23c Beets, bunch 13c Spinach, 2 lbs.~ 29c Carrota, Z bunches 13c Celery, paseaJ I7c APPLES Fancy Winesap, doz.--29c Fancy Delicious, doz..29c Jonathans, 3 Ibs 25c SEED POTATOES lobbler Potatoes, No. 1 "B," bag . .Â§2.89 Red Triumph Potatoes, certified "B" $3.99 Certified Cobblers, bag $5.19 Ohios, No. 1, bag ONION SETS AND BERMUDA PLANTS TIME Enjoy t] JC s u n j n vouc own ^^ yard! Time for a gay floui-r gar- Â·len, a Victory vegetable patcli. LAWN GRASS I-'ine .Mixed 7 07- BOX 25 C FLOWER SEEDS Large Srlecliun Ferris or I I n like Is Sceda HAM) GARDEN TOOLS Just a Few Left 10 C each Vegetable and Flower Seeds 5 C P^K- 10 C or I l u n k e l s Q u a l i f y Sci'd y of Fast growing garden f n x o n t c s in t h i s complete .selection. 7 IV. Leaf Shape Dessert Set RAYON HOSE $1.19 Sparkling! G a y ! Brilliiintly fire polished. !)'Â» inch bowl with six 5'/a inch dishes. Sheer LaLure Hosiery Full fiiihioncd for fit, highly twisted fur rich sheen. Kay- un Top. Gay Anklets 15 C 25 C .seam less rayon hnsc . . r;:iy .striped cuffs or pliiin colons for women, children. JJ. B. Quality Paints, Varnishes and Enamels Time to clean up, p a i n t up nnd ninke drnb surroundings bright new. sparkling clean. PAINT BRfSIIES selection lOc to 49c Easter Cards 2 for 5 C to 10 e ca. lour friends and family will appreciate your thoughtfulness! Choose from this complete selection of gay cards. You Will Enjoy Shopping at Mayflower TOMATOES (16 point*) No. 2 10Â« Can I d IP No Points Needed PRUNES Jack Sprat Lge. Size 1 Cn Pound 10" STORE NEWSPAPER!