Progress-Review from La Porte City, Iowa on April 8, 1943 · Page 2
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La Porte City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1943
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Page Six 3SS-J CLASSIFIED ADS CLASSIFIED RATES c;a":fied ads ate on« ceri'. oer "^'ord for each io- =e--,0". with a minimum of e ~ N per order. For eac- lp. a 10-word ad will Ji cei.ts for either one n*- *^vn "isprtiong, bnt only n ~r-^ : or three times. A =07- T- -Snr^e of 10 cents is ac.fie- · , "eyed" advertise- ""f"'* ·TI' !"£· fni '·epliefl to * ^nt to -.his office instead jf ·'" *dverti*er?. Terms are -a vc pt for easiness ".o .^r = ~r,rring r e g u l a r "rd-"*- iccounts at this of- EASY TO PEED--Sargent's Min- ral Meat Meal for hogs. Farm- era Supply Co. 1-tf COBS FOR SALE. Phone 14-il. 12-oc FOR SALE fnsuranee FANCY WORK for showers on wedding gifts. Mrs. Lonmor, 1 1016 Washington street, Water. | ioo, or Mrs. Dora Christopher, | I La Porte City. ll.Sc 1 CLEANER'S SOLVENT AT~ ETj. I Tutt's Station. 1-tfi FARM PROPERTY INSURANCE written on installment plan at actual cott through Jetse O. Kober, Agent. i_tf FOR THE BEST INSURANCE in life, fire and auto see G. E. Loveless. it f c FOR SALE Miscellaneous "OR \ L E -- Haves corn planter, .'f-ar'-- -.PI- :00 rods -wire; Mc- C'^T-ok- binder, 8-foot cot. ""auk ZmoJek, five miles west of La ?or*p City. Phone 28-65. 12-2p GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS] at Garrahranfs Jewelry a n d ' Furniture Gift Shop. S-tfc' FOP. AUTOMOBILE phone 31. \nr.a W. Kober. 1-tf TWO GALLONS OF GOOD OIL-- i ?1.20 at L. J. Tutt's Station. 1-tf] FOR S A L E -- A i r compressor and ta^k arri Maytag 1 motor. Wal- iacf- "TVnrijar, j r , Brandon. 12-2p SEU'IN'O MACHINE Needles, Bobbins, Shuttles, Belts, Oil and ·;upph»= it Garrabrant's Jewelry and Gift Shop. 8-tfc SHEET MUSIC, Music Books, Sfrinp=, Rccda and supplies for all Sands of muacial instruments. Garrabrant's Jewelry and Gift Shop. 8-tfc STOVE AND LIGHT GAS-- 22c a gallon at L. J. Tutt's Station 1-tf FOR SALE: Goose eggs for setting. Mrs. Collin Hamilton phone 50-35. 12-2c! Seeds FOR SALE: White Metal Vital-, aim :rp box, medium size. Mr=. i Erne-t Niemeyer, phone 25-32., 12-2p| FOR SALE. White kitchen cabinet, -5. Mr=;. Arthur Bagenstos. 12-2c ALFALFA 111.85, Clover $8.40, Blue Tag Hybrid Seed Corn ?3.50; all per bushel. Also many other bargains. Postal card us today for catalogue and samples. Hall Roberts' Son, PostJ ville, Iowa. 9 4c\ FOR SALE--Used electric -.vasher Motor is in good condition. La Por;e Hardware. 12-2c LOST-FOUND CORN PLANTER for sale. Jake B^llirger 11.4c GREEN COLONIAL FURNACES. Phon«s. 297 and 50-11. W. A. Franklin. j-tf. FOR SALE--Holstein bull, serviceable age, also several head of ewes. Wallace Winegar, ST., Brandon 12-2p USE BRIARDALE COFFEE and your breakfast will be good. Brest's Grocery. 1-tf. FOR SALE--Maimchn soybean seed, high germination, ?2.50 per bushel, cleaned. Luverne Clark. FOR SALE: Tulips, Iris, Peonies , Better plant now than in spring. Taking orders for Glads, Dahlias ' and other bulbs for spring de-1 livery. List Free. Waterloo Bulb ' Farms, Rt. 218. 1 t f | I NURSERY STOCK: Beautify-make your home more desirable by planting fruit, shade or ornamental trees from Stark! Bros. Nurseries. They also havej a complete stock of roses,, shrubs and plants of all kinds.! Ask about their landscaping i plan. Call or see me. Phone 362,, E. B. McLaughlin, local agent.] 6.8p FOR SALE: Small house with considerable ground for garden and chickens. F, W, Kober. 13-2c LOST 1 White porcelain fnpidaire too between Waterloo, La Poite and Dy=art. Reward. A. Keiclel, Dj-sart, la. I3_3 p LOST--Handle for Ford wrecker crane. Reward. Leo Motor Co. l2-2n LOST--Thursday, March IS, lady's 17-jewel Bulova watch Mrs. Irwm Foster. 12-2c WANTED WANTED--All baby furniture-- ci-ihs, strollers, basinets, hip;hj chair 1 ;, wardrobes, play pens and numerous other items. We will pay cash for them if in good condition. Gamble Store. IS-'Sc · SERVICES Reoair Work BODY. FENDER REPAIRING --Danta removed, repainted to match perfecty. Onr work will please yon. Drive in. Leo Motor Co. 1-tf C. A. Brust BRIARDALE STORE HOME OF FINER FOODS Dawn Fresh Frozen Food FRUITS VEGETABLES FISH Friday SPECIALS TALL CORN CRACKERS, 2-pound box 21 C READY TO EAT CHERRIOATS, 2 packages 23 C BRIARDALE Evaporated Milk, 3 large cans 29 C POPPED WHEAT, 3 large pkgs. 25° RED BEANS, 3 pounds . . * *""**" 25« NTVY BEANS, 3 pounds... 4 P ° l n U P e r 25c LIMA BEANS, 2 pounds .25* P^'BEANS, 2 pounds . 4P °"" fl " 25" CALIFORNIA , Point8 p er Pound Whole and Split Peas, per pound 15 C WANTED TO BUY--Small building for chicken house. Phone IOC. 12-2p DO YOU HAVE TOOLS lying around your bastmont, attic or garape that some defense worker or mechanic could u s e ? We will pay you cabh for these, and put them to work. See your Gamble Store. 13-3c WANTED -- Good clover hay. Phone 8-14. 0_4p WANTED--Baby Bug^y in good condition. Carl Brust. 10_3p NOTICES I ATTENTION FARMERS WITH CREAMERY BUTTER, per po u'nd*' 49* PURE BRIARDALE GROUND PEPPER, per pound 25 C ORIARDALE Whole Wheat Flour, 5-lb. sack 23° BRIARDALE^ __ ", 5-lb. sack 35 C 1 ige ......... 23 e J J .......... 21* 22 battery radios! We have just received a small shipment of "E" batteries. We also have ore or two good battery radios and one used electric radio, priced reasonably. Byam's Store. 13-tf AGENCY F O R W A T E R L O O Laundry and Unique Cleaners. Tuesday, 9 a. m., Friday 9 a. m. Harry Esher Barber Shop. 12-10p NOTICE--La Porte City Golf| club annual meeting Monday, April 5, 7.30 p. m., L. J. Robertson's office. 13-lc WE HAVE A FISHING OR hunting license for you. Anna W. Kober, Notary Public. 13-4c ·~ "FOR"~RENT FOUR ROOM APARTMENT for rent. Stove heat. Mrs H. L. Salmon. Phone 380. 13-2p FOR RENT: Four-room apartment. Light and furnace heat. E. B. McLnughlin. 13-lc FOR RENT: Furnished sleeping rooms. Stoker heat. Soft water. Bus line. Near Raths. 612 In. dependence Avc., phone 2-5016, Waterloo, Iowa. 13-lc Substituted for Groundhog Mrs. B. 0. Gates who occupies a cottage on the Independence golf club grounds saw a four-foot wa_ NEW DUTCH PRINCESS OTTAWA, CANADA -- Prince Bernhard proudly poses with his, third daughter, Princess Margriet Francisca, born to Crown Princess Juliana of the Netherlands at the Civic Hospital In Ottawa, the first royalty ever born in North America. The hospital room in which the little princess was born was declared Netherlands Territory for i the occasion by the Canadian Gov-' cnunenL ^ e i: L! poke, and learned e. Mr Gates ivas sum_ o uiirmc-- :he reptile. I . . IN'S Food Market Sale April 2nd and 3rd CALIFORNIA MT.D SUNSWEET SALERNO CRACKERS, SIZE PRUNES, 2 2-lb. caddy 46 oz. CAN- GRAPEFRUIT JUICE P A N C A K E FLOL'R. DIXIANNA, large pkg. SWIFTS TOMATO JUICE, 3 cans CAKE FLOUR SWANSDOWN, box FAMILY FLOUR-- All C A M A Y 2 Bars 14C Ihs. 29 C 29 C 9 Points 33 C 15 C 7 Points Per Can 25 C 27 C Purpose -- 5 Ibs. 25 C LEU IS L Y E 0 Cans t O C N.B.C. Shredded Wheat, 2 PRESTO MATCHES 6 BOX nc« Carton t U b pkgs. 25 C CAMPBELLS Tomato Soup-- with points-- 3 cans 25 C CLIMAX Wall Paper Cleaner, 30-oz. CORN OR GLOSS STARCH, 3 1-lb. boxes jar 23 C 25 C FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES SEED POTATOES -- GARDEN SEEDS Meat Builds Health Meat Is 96 to 98 pet. DIgestable Thursrj Build You Around MEi RATION PERIOD During the first five weekly periods, R,. from war ration book No. 2 will become will eipire on dates as folium's. WEEK BEGINNING March 29th April 4th April llth April 18th April 25th R*d St^mp Bearing Letter A--16 Points B--16 Points C--16 Points D--16 Points E--16 Points As Always -- We Handle Or. i GOVERNMENT INSPECTED ME From National!} Advertised Reput..D' -^ Pork Roast, 7 pLs. Pork Chops, 8 pts. Pork Hox. 3 pts. Pork Liver, 5 pts. Spare Ribs, 4 pts. Beef Liter, 8 pts. .-,,,,,,, Smoked S(re., 7 pts. V, Weiners, 7 pts. lj t ,.t Most Cold i 1 r , Meats, 7 pts. We Will Have Veal and Lamb fur .itu NO RATIONING HERE COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH FRUMS ,v \ I,F. Always under refrigeration to coii-i. ·. WHEATIES, 2 for . SORGHUM, 1 gal.--no points KRAFT DINNER--no points--2 for GOLD DUST, large size CLIMAX WALLPAPER CLEANER. :J tor DREFT COMPLETE STOCK OF BAKERY GOODS V I VL Save Grease and Fats to Scrap the A Smiling Service at SNYDER'S Where Your Dollars Have More Cen War Bonds 1 Us Keep Inflation Away ""' .'· · "nil,,, SPAPFRf 'SPAPERJ

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