The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on December 29, 1955 · Page 3
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 3

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, December 29, 1955
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Hendersonians Keep Christmas in Busy Fashion with Many Family Gatherings * «„ V.nton ohnBon Columbus Myera and Bryce. Bird who have been on leave from a Texas Air base, are leaving on Tuesday. Columbus goes to Tacoma, Wash, and Bryce to Portland, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Milliard and children, Lanny Sellers and Earl Billiard were guests of the Ray Penrys in Red Oak Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Erickson returned the latter part of the •week to their home In Campbell, Nebr. after a several weeks visit with the South families here ttml In Massena. Mrs. Mary Miller of Seymour, Mo. and the Leroy Shook family of Red Oak were guests Saturday night and Sunday In the T. C. Shook home. Other guests Sunday for dinner in the Shook homo were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown and family from Dayton Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Herman Coppock and daughters and Mrs. Sally Shook. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Myers were hosts at a Christmas dinner Sunday. Present were Columbus Myers, who is home on leave fron' the Air Force in Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Drumley from Oris wold, TS Dean Brumley from Vlr ginla, Miss Doris Wilson of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Enos Dawson of Oakland, Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond Core and Mr. and Mrs. Bar ton Myers. Guests of Mrs. Pearl Harbo and W. H. Harbor Christmas da, were Mr. and Mrs. Don Fink an< children, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Out ler and sons and Mr. and Mrs Stanley Marcotte all from Omaha Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gallowa were guests Christmas in th Mr. and Mrs. Hay HuUee and* «„ V.nton ohnBon and ch.l- children moved to Council Bluffs Saturday. He will operate a filling station. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown and children of Dayton, Ore. came Thursday to visit Mrs. Brown's sister, Mrs. Herman Coppock and other relatives. Clyde Jackson was a dinner guest Sunday in the Judd Coppock home. Guests for lunch in he evening were Mr. and Mrs. 3erald Penwell and Kathie of Morton Mills, and the Herman Coppock family and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown and hlldren. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Allens- vorth spent Christmas day with ilr. and Mrs. Ed Pollitt near Mal- •ern. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Talkington, Stephen and Marc of Elmdale. <arvsas were guests from Friday until Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Fritcher. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Freeman and Miss Merrian Moss spenl Christmas day with the Glen Brown fumily. Mr. and Mrs. Don Allenswortl and daughters, and the Dr. Hen derson family were supper guests Saturday night In the Earl Al lensworth home. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Magers, Bobby and Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Allensworth and children spent Christmas day In the Will Fritcher home in Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Johnson of Glenwood spent the day last Tuesday with their son Vinton Johnson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wetzel, Charlotte and Donna and Mrs. dren were visitors Dec. 17 in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chamberlain at. Malvern. Misses Kay Steiner and Carol Edmondson of Ames spent the lolidays in their homes. Mr and Mrs. Dave Williams were hosts on Sunday, Dec. 18th to the Williams families at an early Christmas dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bergantzel and sons spent Christmas with the Chas. Bergantzel family in Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Russman and Carol Jean from south of Malvern attended the Christmas eve program at the Methodist church on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Delton Boyer and Miles of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Winchester and children of Creston and the Chas Raney family from Macedonia were Christmas day guests in the Arthur Allensworth home. Carl Sowers of Omaha visited his father, Walter Sowers Satur- THE MALVERN LEADER, MAIVERN. IOWA, DEC. 29, 1955 PAGE THREE Obituary of Dr. R. L South were guests ^nr,.u,,». - ». »««"« ^oore wer* Chritraw din- home of hi. parents. Mr. «nd Mrs. ner guests in the Chas. \Vetzel George Galloway. Jr. homo in Red Oak. day. In the Christmas drawing at the Harbor grocery Gordon Steiner won the turkey, Jim Stenger the ham, and Hiram Cool and Don Kadel the toys. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Paul were in Omaha Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Byers and children were dinner guests Sunday in the Dale Doolittle home near Wales and were guests at a late Christmas dinner Monday in the Sam Taylor home. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Harbor spent Christmas day with Mrs. Harbor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Steele in Carson and went to Wis. Monday to visit Major Wen- Mr, and Mrs. Frrd Roedcr of Henderson announce the engagement of their daughter, Roberta to Nick Duysen, son of August Duysen ami Mrs. Elizabeth Kd- mondson of Henderson. Miss Roeder is employed at Klpctric Fixtures and Supply Co. in Omaha, and her fiance is attending Dana College in Blair, Nebr. They will be married Jan. 14. Ralph Leroy South, son of James A. and Virginia May South was born Oct. 12, 1S91 in Cass County, Iowa und passed away on Dec. 13, 1955 at the Red Oak hospital, after two weeks illness. His early years were spent on his parents farm. In 1914, he graduated from the Kansas City Veterinary College with the degree. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. He came to Henderson, Iowa in the spring of 1914 and established a practice in veterinary medicine, and served this community in that capacity until his death, except for teftn months durinp World Var 1. During this time he was Miimissioned a lirst lieutenant n the Veterinary Corps of the U . Army in 1917, and served unli 919. On October 24, 191S, be •as united in marriage to Velm: Henderson Methodist Cluircli Fred W. Martin, Pastor Church Service, 10 a. in. Ser mon topic "The New Year Song.' Sunday School, 11 a. m. WSCS work day on each Thurs day except on the fourth, whei the regular meeting presides. MYF on Sunday evening the 8th. GOY HAS this to say when cold weather really hits, especially when' the temperature nose-dives like it did Thursday: Order today if there is any danger or FEAR OF your fuel supply becoming exhausted with the extra pull an unusually cold spe!! puts onto your furnace. Play it safe and keep your tank at a satisfactory level. LEAP YEAR will add another day onto the calendar. It will mean just another working day for our crew, but courteous service never is forgotten Just call us any time. OIL CO ... Steele and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Penry and children went to Parsons, Kan. Friday to visit in the Frank Dennis home. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Opelt of Hamburg were dinner guests on Monday of Mrs. Agnes Workman. The Carroll Workman family were afternoon guests. Mrs. May Wight spent Sunday and Monday in the home of her sou Robert, in LeMurs. Lee Sowers came in by plane Saturday morning from Seattle, Wash, to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sowers. The Sowers had all their sous home for Christmas, also the I Bryan Sowers family aud Mrs. Elmer Sowers of Henderson mid Mr. anil Mrs. Kd Kolb and Jane of Omaha. Mrs. A. K. I looser spent Sunday und Monday in the home of h< r I son. Leslie, and family. ! Mr. und Mrs. Claude Holt were Christmas day guests of Mr. und Mrs. Williird McKlnney north of Ued Oak. Mr. and Mrs. .Martin Ctiristol!- ersen left Thursday evening for Detroit to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney llrowu and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dale tyers of Cleveland, were to meet hem there for Christmas. Or. and Mrs. Howard Henderson and Bob spent Christmas with the Robert Hendersons at Seymour, returning Monday Guests of the Otis 1'endegrafts Sunday were Mrs Phyllis Nevels and Cynthia and Mrs. Mavis Shurts of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Don Pendegraft, Mike and Uonnie of Creston, the Jake Morris aud IJon Allensworth families, and Helh Anne Shurts. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bailey and Jack attended a family dinner on Sunday at the home of Mr. Bail ey's relatives in Tabor. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Dittus let Friday for a week's visit with rel atives near Chicago. Mrs. Mildred Dinwiddle and Randolph spent Christmas da with the Earl Allensworths. Henderson Christian Church Harolil Itoth, Student Pastor Melvn ClirlstofTerscn, S. S. Supt Morning Worship, 9:30 a. in. Sunday School, 10:30 a, m. C.W.F. every Wednesday. Dec. 2fi S. S. attendance, fiO Collection $G.74. Young people are planning Watch party New Years eve and thr Methodist Church. • Will /..minor •>( Sp"H,«m. v™ He leaves to mourn his passing and Cnrlos Harrison of Monwo.xl is wife Velma; his daughter, were callers Wednesday nmrnlnjr larbara 'of Jacksonville, Texas; of Mr. and Mr* Krnrsl White, ne brother, Lev! South of Mas- Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bloomer ena' and one sister. Leln lllau- and son Krnrst drove to Bellairo, elt of Westwoorl, N. J.; and a Kan. Friday to spend Christ™* ost of friends. i with h'" parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. . . . . W. Bloomer. Funeral services were held in ho Methodist Church at Hender-; Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Sanders on on Thursday, Dec. 15 with and family wore Christmas supper Rev. Fred Martin officiating. Mu- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Carr near Tabor. Little Brick school gave their Christmas program Friday evening and Hawthorn school gnvo their program Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Pale Soil and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vo.rn Sell and family from near Tabor, Mr. and Mrs. Dunne Sell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Phelps, Judy and Jane and Mrs. Huth Sell worn Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sell. Ivans nion. of Henderson, one daughter. To this Barbara vas born. He was a member of the Mason c. Lodge, the American Legion he Iowa State Veterinary Medica \ssociatum and the America Veterinary Medical Associatioi ic was furnished by Mrs. Ida 'aul, and Mr. Carroll Phillips. ln- erment was made in the Hetuler- on Cemetery. \\R1> OK THANKS We wish In this way to express nir thanks and heartfelt aprecia- tion for the many cards, flowers ind other courtesies extended to us during the sickness and death of our husband and father, Dr. R. Li, South. Mrs. Velma South Barbara South. Fred McV'ay, Mr. and Mrs. Rill McVay, Piano and Jimmy left on Saturday for Krie, Pa. to spend Christmas with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reddout and family of Sac City and Mr. and Mrs. Roland LaRue and daughter of Schleswii; wero guests Christmas in the C. A. Frink home. HILLSDALE Mr and Mrs. Charlie Haynie, Mr. and Mrs. I,evon Hohrborg from near Tabor and Mr. and and family enjoyed a family Mrs. Raymond Hockabout and Christmas dinner at the, home „ children visited Mr. and Mrs. , his mother, Mm. Ella Hohrbert, Keith Haynie in Council Bluffs near Mineola Monday Wednesday evening and made the; Mr. and Mrs. Art Tbiescha or acquaintance of their new daugh- i and family enjoyed a family sup' per and gift exchange at the homo ter, Peggy Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hilton and family enjoyed Christmas dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Don Cole in Council Bluffs Christmas evening. wnh"her"parents, Mr. aud Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hilton and Hugh Fickel in Malvern and Sun-' family and Paul Hilton enjoyed dav evening Mr. and Mrs. Hilton i a family Christmas dinner at ho and family and Paul Hilton spent home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hilton with Mr. and Mrs. liev. Gray and I in Council Bluffs Saturday. Walter in Omaha. \ ; ; Mr and Mrs. Myron Jones and ; Lust year Hie American people Roger were Christmas dinner i gave at an average rate of $!(..! guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rosenquist in Atlantic. Mrs. Wiley Sanders railed on 4 -Alii) OF THANKS We desire to express to our kind neighbors and thoughtful friends our heartfelt thanks for their many expressions of sympathy. The beautiful floral otter' . ings 'were especially appreciated. Earnest Houser Mr. aud Mrs. Ivau Houser Mr. and Mrs. IS. K. Houscr Mr. and Mr*. OMMT Boiloau per minute in support of the many Red Cross service programs to civilians, servicemen, and veter Mrs. Ellen Seaton in Malvern last j ans. spending Christinas vacation vith his mother. Mrs. Nellie Flc- .ol. Dr. und Mrs. Jack Fickel and daughters of Red Oak, and ind Mrs. Lawrence Fickel and hildren of Storm Lake were ;uests Christmas day. Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Phelps and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Phelps, Judy und Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Jones and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Kngene Watts and sons from Omaha and Mrs. Lucy Warren were Christmas evening guests of Mr. and Mr«. George Phflps in Glenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond llocka- bont and fumily enjoyed a Hockabout family Christmas dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hockiibout in Glenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Kimvno Walls- and sons of Oimilui and Miss Judy (Joy of Glenwood were Christmas overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Phelps. I Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sell and I family were Saturday evening i dinner guests of Mi. and Mrs. Arthur Luther of Charles. City J(| | m u, m ncy in llellevue, N'elir. Mr. and Mrs. Art Thieschaf"! LEADER WANT ADS PAVI Mugcrs Car In Crush Tuesday Dick Magurs was involved iu a. collision Tuesday nisht lit the M'-- Phcrson corner on .'M. A car from the Wales road pulled onto th" pavement in front of him, and an oncoming truck left no room to dodge it. Considerable damage was done to tin ijured. and family were Christmas diu- . ner guu«ts of Mr. und .Mrs Koh• | ert Sliaul near Strahan. Mr. and Mrs. Len Sell entertained ut Christmas supper, Mr und Mrs. Glen Sell and family, Several members of the Library club met HI the home of Mrs. Art •"ritcher Tuesday afternoon to sack the treats for the children. They tok Mrs. Frithcer a gift for ier new home. Mr. und Mrs. Gene Bolton and daughter from Whiting and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Uolton and children enjoyed a late Christmas dinner Monday with Mr. und Mrs. Carl liolton. . Mr. and MTH. Lyle Sell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Jens and son, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kennedy und family, Mr .and Mrs. Clint Goos and daughter. Mr.and Mrs. Frank Buffington met Dr. Jack Bufflnglon und family in Hed Oak Christmas morning and ull had breakfast with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Milledge and family of Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Levon Rohrberg and family were Christmas dinner [^ U To all our friends Jjj ...both old and new. | Malvern Skelgas | and Maytag i 8 Bert and Mary Jean | * MALVERN * Happy New Year WE HOPE TO SERVE YOU ACAIN WUS Utf Grocery Malvern, la. Mrs. Willard McKlnney of Red guests of her parentH, Mr. and GOOD GRAIN CO. Phone 2561 Frank Zanders, Mgr. Malvern IKMAUMUKOtttattitnMttKflHlMtlK May 1956 ring in a year of joy and achievement DAVE'S SERVICE Oak, Mrs. Larry Watson of Stennett and Mrs. Boyd MeLotte of Elliott were Thursday afternoon callers in the Claude Holt home. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Reiken and children und Mr. and Mrs. Richard Issacson and family spent Christmas Isaacsons. day with the Carl Mr. and Mrs. lievis Sowers at- , Mrs. Fret! llebensee in Glenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shaul, Mrs. J. S. Hopple und Robert Fisher from near Strahan and Helen Fisher of Glenwood enjoyed an oyster supper aud gift ex- rhange at the home of Mr. und Mrs. Art Thieschafer Christinas eve. Mr. and Mrs. lien Huflingtori Good luck! Wo with you a y«ar of happincif. Otto Hall & Son Blick$mithlng — Wtldi M«lv«rn BEST WISHES for 1956 tended a family dinner for Christ- and fumily. Mr. and Mrs. David I mas in the R. A. Kvans home neui liuffingloii anil family, Mr. und l Red Ouk. ' Mi's- Ho'* BulTingloii and daugb- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Viner of tors and Mrs. Clyde Genung were: Elliott were hosts ut a Christmas j Christmas eve dinner gucnts and dinner Sunday in the home of enjoyed a gift exchange at the. Mrs. T. D. Phillips and Gayle. home of Mr. aud Mrs. Frank Buff- Guests were Mr. und Mrs. Kd : ington. Johnson and children of Litch- j Mr. and Mrs. Carl Phelps and Held, 111., Mr. und Mrs. James I family enjoyed a pre Christmas Sherrick and children of Villa j family dinner at the home of Mrs. Alta Hathaway in Glenwood Saturday. Mr. aud Mrs. Charlie Haynie of near Tabor and aon, Lynn Haynie from Olathe, Kan. Naval Air Station enjoyed a Christmas eve gift exchange with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hockabout and family. Mr. and Mre. Frank Buffington entertained at Christmas dinner Dr. and Mrs. Jack Buffington and family of Chicago, 111 . Mr. und Mrs. Hugh Milledge and family of Red Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Buffington and daughters and Miss Prudence Bufiingtu". In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buff- Ingtuu and : Mrs. David !.' wen. callers. Mrrj. Jutues V Council I.'.!ut1b v. ter und fatnily. .V ' Hough Thursd.o Grove, 111. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Viuer and family of Leon, Iowa and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips and BOD, Carroll. Miss Louise Sheldon of Percival was a week end guest of her sister, Mrs. W. M. Phillips and family. Other guests of the Phillips' for dinner Christmas day were Mr. and Mrs. Wendall Miller and daughter from Lake City. Guests of the Clalr Auklands Christmas day were Mrs. Esther Isaacson of Red Oak, Mr. and I Mrs. L). W. Anderson and Mr. und Mrs. Robert Anderson and daugh- , ters of Stanton, and Mr. aud Mrs. Tommy Aukland of Omahu. The •iinull son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson is in Kcil Ouk hu.-,- Miss Lola Buttertield RN of week end gueat Des Moines was :. in t''.'.' F.I •l.J hu;,:e. aud Mr. t Hull ami family v'a:> Reeliau of 11 <• r d .i u ^ h ',1 Mrs. L>uu ,.in:. 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