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fAGE FOUR THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, AUGUST 15, 1946 Local News ®**® Phone 5551 ) Hnri-'M Ci.-irk of iv-nr Mt. Ayr Jnrk Hiring compl^t^d his i" vji|ri:;_' r^'InM -,-<•« and friend? snrtinif-r urm at Iowa t'niv-rMfy in Mah-'in -hi- •*'•< k ru.d in''!- nn.'l r'turn'-.l homr> I.T-T Thursday rt>'-n:lv tnklni: in th' Milt* f'ouiity rvc-nin^. Fair. ArMvin^ ln-t -.v<-<->k f.->r n two !'rn!:k Viinn'k ~r.>1 -r--i of wf.^k- vi-it in the Klnur Kroc.\::'- - ;•••! Mr- K: !.,v.l I>v.i = ;v.;i ; . > ; ,-:;i- v. . T-- Mi-* In !;•• \V.-!>'••.•.:•• :.-•;.-••: >v.;:.!;:v • at th" • ;• «' ,1,,'in^ <r. .\.-lv. rind Mi--.-!:'•::)• -f Mr .-::-! Mr-. Ki.i".k f:-"y I-.;i nr.fl (51-nna Rn" \V •-•!>P".-"<"><!n . r ,.i Tf . un;- h. N'-n. I "in r.t«k«. i>f«*>Tit!imfr I>n'*-r» >'!-- :';!•:' = •- \Vii-on. 1>ookk*'~r- r 4 • -. •-:.;:<' ;-ri- • . T- r':.ir:! ?!: .p. • r at ;:i>- Urt-.-n Hay LurnhT Co., adv. i c it patient in M*>rey hospital, day-; i\i;!i h:- .\ll AVlifte Hal* nt !?l..">f>. T«-n!>?<••'•;. :• V;.;. • !::-. n.ir.t Shop. a'Jv. W A !:->::>•• . r.-.r- d M- : y Mr. and Mr?. William Hill of ):.->-; .•:! in ("•".]::' i! Hi'iT- Th-i:-- IU;i'ri'". X«-b.. were afternoon <].••:•• :..-•!•:.]'!-• ?.-.; .-• • ':< < kup .'.ml and -upp.T CM'-.MS in the V. A. '•'•- :•. a;i n H-- «i;i !- lu.=;.iial- Siiirmv T? honif on Saturday, iz'd .1 '"•••'?.. Mr. and Mr?. Ro?roo I'liipp? of ."v. a:.d Mr-. \V. Carl I>rr,::-r Ttar.doip!! and Mi« Ethel J'hipps and ".MI -i.n- if ft .Monday for of (Il-nwood wr-r« Saturday pvf>- l.;iXc of :!:•• (izark* in Mi^ouri nj;ic i.ill.is in thf V. A. Sum- f- !:-]•• th'-y plan to fpr-nd a ?:-.( rs !io;n... month. Mr-. Anna Tuni=on returnr-d to Mr. and Mr?. Cha=. Fulton and f.imily •••njoyr-,1 a plrnic dinner and stae« =how in Omaha P'in- rtay. Ilr. and Mr?. T. W. Gidl«-y and Mr?. E. Hill arc attending a bin- <]Uf-t in Hambnrp tonicht. Thursday, honoring Fred Hill. Mr. Hi!l WBF rfffn'ly (•]•-•< tfd tn th" pr^-id'-Tic y of thf Na'iona! Pr<-s* R>--n- •••Iniion and hi? frionds and crit'i- nuinity ar» honorinc him. en..?'? of Mr. and Mr = . Harry Thorn; 1 .? for a ff\v wi-*k< :ir'- th'ir crnnd'hil ir>-n. Hidiard. ,la!K' and Nam y Thomas, of Hin" I-iand. 111. Mrs. I>al!a? Tri-Wfll ai:d : r;i Alan ff'turnfd Sunday from a visit in Philadelphia. Pa., and vi-it>d until Friday in t!i« homo of Mr.-. C. W. Saly'-r?. With lla"- inond Mint!*' of (Ilfnwood and Mr?. Dyke Mitrhf>ll of Omaha ttuy If ft for tlirir home in AI- hnmbra. Tal.. Friday morninc. .Mr. and .Afr?. G. X. Jones had n> tlivir g\ie?t? over the wppk end Mr. and Mr?. Charlie Wheeler and son of DP? Moines and Mr. and Mr? Lyle Hollenherk of Holdredge. Nc-h. Mr. and Mr?. John Beals jr. have niovt-J to Edear. Mont. Mi«s Viol»t Walker ?p«nt la.-t wc--k f-rd in P^nvpr. Colo., re- turninc home Si:nday. Mr. and Mr?. Ernest Weder- qvist and two children returned Wednesday from a three week? vaiation spent in E?te? and Yellowstone parUX Mi?? Donna Vandersill of Conni il Bhifi? fame Wertnesday for a f"w day? visit with Mi?« Armina Elltsnn. Mr. and Mr?. Max Bate? of Kan*n? City w^re Monday gi]f?t? of Mr. and Mr.?. R. I.. Collen. Mi?? ShirUy Jackson 1? honif from Chirasro this week. pue?t of lv-r parent?, Mr. and Mrs. Iv?n Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fazel and children came in from California thi? wrck for a visit with former friends arid are enjoyine the county fair. 1*ney left Malvern ?even years a 1:0 ?o are dellehted to see former friends and ao- 'Hiaintance?. They report Mr. and Mrs. Harley Fazel in good health and happy in their California home. Colleen. Ellen and Judy Kline are spending the week with Mrs. D. M. Kline and attending the fair. Mr. and Mr.?. B. C. T<nnant l«-ft Wednesday for Estf-s Park. Colo., where they will spend t".o w«ks. Bernard Parker of Wilder. Ida., came thi« week for a vi?it vith Wade Freeman. He was d:?- charKfd from the army In Febi uary. .Ml AVIiIti- HUM nt $1.50. Ton- nant Simp. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Adams and Harold returned Monday from a vacation trip which Included a visit in St. Louis, Mo., with Mr. and Mrs. Deo Cross, a few days sieht-secinn In Memphis, Tenn., and n few days at the Lake of the u/iirks in Missouri. They made thc> trip with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fuller and Wanda of Clarinda. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hinderson and Mary Sue arrived Sunday by plane from Glendale, Cal., (or n thi-fi- weeks visit in the De:i Martin home. Mrs. J. F. Stinnrd and dauirh- t« r, Mrs. John Ilaeker, and two sons arrived by car Saturday from Albany, X. V. They will care for their farm Interests while hi're. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Baldo- zler and dnut'hters returned last week to their home in Arlington, Vn., after a month's vacation here, Four racks of Summer I)it-*sos at one-half price. Tennant Shop. adv. Walter D. Hich and daughter Virginia of Cedar Rapids were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Slothower. Miss Claire Steelo attended a luncheon at the Athletic club in Omaha Saturday when Miss Jane Scott, a sorority sister, entertained. We Have Bread Boxes Stepon Cans Electric Vacculators Electric Silex Vacculators Waste Baskets Pi , n .up, Lamps, $2.95 All Metal 3-way Floor Lamps Pressure Cooker, $11.95 Bed Lamps, $2.98 Food Choppers Dust Pans Grease Gun» with Spring $3.49 Bucket Sprayer — Special, $1.49 LANDIS HARDWARE Council Bluffs Friday evening ,i!t<r a two day visit with her daughter. Mrs. Harry Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Juelke -.\ ho art> now residing at Holton, Kan., were Saturday guests in the Floyd Xeill home. They were enroute home from a visit in I.eon with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Xeill. Glen Summer? and Mr. and Mr?. William Summers drove up from Hade City. Fla., last week and are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. William Summers will leave for Ames Aug. 17 where he has enrolled for the coining year of school. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Xeill left last week for Denver, Colo., where they plan to make their home. l-'our nirlss of Summer Dn-ssos at one-half price. Tennant Shop. adv. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Flckel and four children returned last Thursday noon from a three weeks trip to the west coast. Going out they vvent through Yellowstone park and to Uflllngham, Wash., where tlu-y visited Hugh'* father, G. B. Fickel. Thtn they went down the coast to Long Beach, Cal., where they visited Mrs. Fickel's sisters, Mrs. Howard Myers and Mrs. Jeff Steven. Returning they stopped in Salt Lake City, U., and at Oxford, Xeb., for a visit with Mrs. Fickel's father, A. E. Salberg. Lee and Jack Bingham were in Sidney Wednesday en business. Mrs. n. A. Paulson, Mrs. Johnny Paulson, Mrs. Eugene Hu- henking and Mrs. J. L. Frazlt-r were in Omaha Wednesday. Robert Hansen of Tarkio, Mo., who recently received his naval discharge, was attending the fall- here Tuesday. Four racks of Summer Dw.ssr-s at one-half price. Tennant Shop. adv. Miss Joyce Ann Campbell was a guest Sunday of Miss Kathie Hays in Glenwood. Mrs. A. A. Benton came Sunday evening from Carroll where she had been with her son Jim at the Carroll hospital following an auto accident on Monday. She returned Tuesday afternoon to Carroll. Jim's condition continues to show improvement. Mrs. Verna Bennett of Omaha spent the week end visiting Malvern friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Seaton and two sons arrived late Wednesday afternoon from Carroll for a vacation visit jvith Malvern relatives. Mrs. T. E. McClure who was visiting in their home returned with them. Ed Calift and son Hal of Winner, S. D., visited Malvern friends and attended the county fair this week. *• Mis. Olive Swain of Omaha is spending two weeks with Mr. acd Mrs. Otha Hyde. All White Hats at $1.51). Teu- nant Shop. B d v . All Wriito Hats nt 31.50. Tennant Shop. nclv. Mrs. G. E. Wolfe will return tonight. Thursday, from a three months visit in the west. Mare-am Ann Buttmann ?p°nt Tuesday in Tabor as a guest of Mrs. Rnheit Benton. Mrs. Frank Hertz i< on a short vacation with Omaha friends. Everett Green of Osceola i? visitina hi? aunt. Mrs. Etta Bu?h- nell. thi-= week. Mr. and Mr?. Alva Pealmrc of Macedonia were euests of Mr. nnd Mrs. P. T. Danford Sunday. Dr. I). M. Kline who i? in the Edmtindson hospital recovering from an appendectomy continues to improve and will be sent home soon. Elva and Lynn Merritt of north of Glenwood are spending the week end in the J. L. Frazier home and attending the Mills County Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mohagen of Elbow Lake. Minn., arrived Friday evening for a visit with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Mover. Miss Meredith Qualen returned to Marshalltown after a we^ks visit in the Joe Kllpatrick home. RANDOLPH STRICTLY BUSINESS _ "Our receptionist never lets visitors get bored!" KKUKK.AH .KENSINGTON The Rebekah Kensington was held Friday afternoon at the I. O. O. F. hall, with Mrs. Grace Bingham and Mrs.' Richard Howery as hostesses. The afternoon was spent socially and Mrs. Leo Howery and Mrs. Dick Weldon had charge of the entertainment. Everyone was very much interested in seeing the souvenirs which Mrs. Howery had received from her son Glen who is stationed in Japan. The silk material, he sent his" mother, is very beautiful. Those present at the meeting were Mrs. Dick Weldon, Mrs. Leo Howery, Mrs. R. H. Wilson, Mr.?. Warren Wilson, Mrs. Albert Pierson, Mrs. Floyd Atkinson, Mrs. Wendell Wilson, Mrs. C. C. Garber, Mrs. Inez Holding, Mary Ann Hlngham. Janice Wilson and the hostesses. SHOWS GRAND CHAMPION HEKK AT 4-H SHOW Corhy Fichter, Jr.. eon of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fichter, showed the Grand Champion baby beef at the Fremont county 4-H achievement show -which was held at Sidney on Thursday and Friday of last week. Marcene Athen of Hamburg won reserve honors with her an- gus. Shirley Lorimor of Walnut township was chosen the typical 4-H girl while Kenneth Teachout also of Walnut township was named typical 4-H boy. .MKH. Sf HWAHT/ ArCKI'TS POSITION AT IIAYAH1) Mrs. Hattle Schwartz and son Gene left Tuesday for Bayard, la., where they will make their home. Mrs. chwartz has accepted a position as the chief operator of the Bayard Telephone Exchange. For the past seTeral years she has been the very efficient and accommodating telephone operator here. The business people of Randolph presented Mrs. Schwartz with a purse as a token of appreciation for the very splendid work she did while serving in the local telephone office. Empress Theater Phone 5521 Malvern THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, Aug. 15-16^7 D rt MAN ALIVE Pat O'Brien, Ellen Drew. Also — ROUGH RIDIN' JUSTICE Chas. Starrett SUNDAY, MONDAY, Aug. 18-19 , u FALLEN ANGEL with Alice Faye, Dana Andrews and Linda Darnell March of Time, Problem Drinkers, News and Comedy, Sevengalis Cat TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, Aug. 20-21 A GAME OF DEATH with John l.otler, Audrey Long. And BA'BES ON SWING STREET with Peggy Ryan COMING - SUNDAY, MONDATTAu^r^S-ae iitvt i G<u»uo tuul Clark Gable in ADVENTURE Mr. and Mrs. Howard Snyder of Omaha, Mrs. Maud Bateman of Tabor and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Goss of Sioux City were visitors In the home of Mrs. Clara Inman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Goss were the newly weds, having been married that morning. They were on their way to the Ozarks where they will spend their honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brlnkman and Delia Anne of Stafford, Kan., left for their home last Tuesday morning after having spent a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Dodd and Lyla Fae and with Mrs. Fletcher. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wylle and family and Mr. and Mrs. Adhern of California were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ferrel. Mrs. Mary Boldra. assistant postmaster is on her vacation this week. Mrs. Katherine Fichter is helping at the office during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Dashner have gone to Cody, Wyo. They plan to be there for some time with their son Bill who Is employed there. Mrs. Lloyd Markel and daughters of Glenwood spent last -week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker. They returned to their home on Sunday. Miss Gertrude Walker of Norfolk, Neb., and Mrs. Cates of Bancroft, .N'eb., are guets in the J. C. Walker home this week. Leonard ami Omar LePorte spent the week end in Kansas City where they visited with their mother and also with Duane Ferrel who has been very ill at a hospital at Ltavenworth, Kan. Doiinie Hughes of Des Moines has spent pyrt of his vacation with i-flatlves and friends in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Batemau left Sunday for Santa Ana, Cal., where he has employment and they will niiike their home. Seott M.-Cruckea visited frien.U til TopeKa. Kuii., over the week end. Mi-- J. C. VitiliUtu and Ruth '•all. il mi |)r. uud Mrs. Win. Kerr Friiliiy iit'ieriioou where they also \i--iie,| with Mr.--, Muruurct Lmld "i M.itiil, TI.Y. who was u guest III Hie K< IT htillle. - 1'oiiu uiul Ai-Icne Sudden .ire |! ii'lhi- 11-!-, \\< --K at the liumo ' ' < i:. l i ., u . t in Utliii !l!l. '•!, - \liirj;,ir.-t l.iulil of .\Unnl. T. \ , liiul .\i|., Mai Km \Vumuuu-k '•:' 'I • \.u !,:nin:i, Ti X , tti-lv tuu»«t.i "i Hi- I,,.in.- i,i hi- uud \li-a. Win. '•' !p fit I.IN. Ml' l.iuld it, (1 fOUa- MUS. ini.i, HOXOHKI) AT SHOWKH Mrs. Lea Lawson of Omaha and Miss Jean Wilson entertained at a miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. Bill Sober, a recent bride. The party was given at the home of Mrs. Mary Boldra Monday evening with about 50 relatives and friends of the honored guest present. The time was spent with entertainment of games and contests. Mrs. Sober received many beautiful and useful gifts. At the close of the evening the hostesses served lovely refreshments. Out of town guests included Margaret Madison of Sidney, Mrs. Gene Blackburn and Mrs. Gene Fulton of Malvern, Mrs. Dale Beals and daughters and Mrs. Alfred Bachler of Council Bluffs and Mrs. Elvis Butts and Donna of Riverton. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCreedy and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Atkins of Morton Mills called on Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jordan and family Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vanatta spent Tuesday at the home of his folks, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Vanatta of Tabor. •Vnnattn Miss Irene McCreedy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCreedy, became the bride of Richard Vanatta, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Vanatta of Tabor, at a ceremony •which took, place at Hiawatha Kan., on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock p. m. The couple were unattended and the marriage lines were read by Justice Dale Bailey. The bride is very well known In Randolph and has many friends in this and the Tabor community. After her graduation from the Randolph high school, she was employed In the Tabor central office and later at the Hogan's Cafe at Tabor. The groom served for four years In the army and spent much of that time overseas where he took part In the African and Italian campaigns. After a short honeymoon the young couple will make their home on n farm near Bhrtlett. The Enterprise joins with their many friends In wishing for these fine young people much happiness and success in life. FRIENDSHIP C1UCLK The Friendship Circle met at the home of Mrs. C. B. Ott last Wednesday afternoon with 11 members and six visitors present. Mrs. Charles Trively conducted the business meeting. The entertainment for the afternoon had been prepared by Mrs. Glen Shirley. Mrs. Ott served refreshments of lee cream, angel cake and Iced tea at the close of the afternoon. Guests of the Circle included Mrs. Latimer, Mrs. T. C. Ford, Mrs. Anna McDill, Mrs. John Latimer and Miss Edith Hilton. J. W. Kilpatrick and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Dodd are spending this week in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Vanatta attended a reunion of Mrs. Vanatta's graduating class which was held at Wnubonsle state park on Sunday. A picnic dinner was en- Joypd. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mattes of Parragut were Sunday evening visitors In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Vanatta. Mrs. Julia Fichter Is visiting In the L. K. Fichter home. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Young of Shenandoah were over night guests in this home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Churchman ;HK| daughters were the Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Webster of Tabor. Mr. and Mrs. .Merle Ferrel wero called to Kansas City Thursday night by (lie serious Illness of tht;lr son. M/Sgt Duane Ferrel, who hail been taken to nn army hospital at Ft. Leaverworth, Kan. At latest report Duane Is improved although <|uite sick. Mrs. Rebecca Foster and Mrs. Vesta Xlday spent Friday afternoon at Tabor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Coward. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Churchman and Jerry were Sunday evening guests in the Allen Bateman home near Farragut. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Comstock and Anne left Tuesday morning for Des M,oines where they will attend a rural carriers convention this week. Mrs. Roy Longlnaker nnd David went as far as Osceola with them and they will visit with Mrs. Margaret Garris. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Marshall had Jack Snyder as their supper guests Mrs. News of 4-H " CLUBS lln»tlnj{!» Hustlers Met at The rliiurh Aug. J) Th" Hastings Hustlers met at the (iiurch Aug 9. Fifteen girls answered roll call. The group held an achievement show and made menus for the canned goods. Record books were- checked and rehearsal of the demonstration team was held. Silver Creek (Jo-Getter* Cheek Iteeord Hooks The Silver City Go-Getters met nt the fair grounds Friday, Aug. 'J. Seven members, two leaders and two guests wero present. Dick Smith, vice-president, presided over the meeting. Discussion was held on plans for arranging the fair booth. Framework for the booth was made. Record books were checked to see If they were filled In correctly. Next meeting will be held with Ann Fellows. Sept. 13. Prize Winner* Met Au K . H The Prize Winners 4-H club meeting was held at the home of Robert Wyant, Mimday, Aug. 5. Roll call answered by what each person was going to exhibit at the fair. If everyone is alert at the fair they will notice that the boys of the club are wearing shirts with Mills County Prize Winners printed on the meeting Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Atkln of Morton Mills were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Miss Beatrice Ford was in Shenandoah Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rosser and Lois moved to Sidney last week where they have purchased a home and where both Mr. and Mrs. Rosser are employed. Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght McCracken -will soon move into the house occupied by the Rossers which they have bought. Miss Mary Lou Still of Vlllisca is spending this week as a guest of Mary Jo Zdychnec. Barbara Ford and Duane Jasa of Omaha spent the weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ford. Mrs. W. I. Bell drove to Dlck- erson, N. D., to spend a month with her mother, Mrs. Costello. Mrs. Hattie Schwartz and Gene were Monday dinner guests of Mrs. Elaine Barry at the Harl Dodd home. Geo. Hatfleld spent the week end In Omaha where he visited his daughter,.Mrs. Gene Kilpatrick, and Mrs. Bruce Church. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tyner visited their daughter, Mary Lou, at Council Bluffs Sunday. Jordan. Miss Edith Hilton of Chatlrou, ., and .Mrs. Anna McDill cf Lincoln, Neb., are guests in the home of Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Trively. .Mrs. Dan Wilson, Warren and Charlotte were Saturday evening siif.pur gut-sis of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Wederquist, sr. Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Churchman and Jerry uiul Mr. and Mrs. Alien Huteinan und Lylu of Fur- i-agut were -Sunday dinner guests i!i the home of Mr. uud Mrs, Joe riuiivhmun. Kniie Chiirrlmum has ucreiile.<.t a |ui.-ll Idii with the Union I'lullli- Uiiihoiul Co. In their ear repair ilept IK Cuiuu'il Uluils. Fur the I'levni Kniie js I'l.uii HI mint; e.'U'll d.iy bei-.u-eii the iiiuli'* unit liaii- (lulpll. Mr tin.I \iv;, Lester tiruves illld iliiMretl »t HiiriUville, NYl> , unit .Mr ami Mr- K.jc Filhiiul of M.il- \.-ru >vi-;v Siiiuhiy evtuliu; i-iilU'i-^ III Hie J ( S'.ie.ltlU llunse of Council Bluffs were guests on Thursday in the home of Mr. and ° f ° ra and a c Ca F" Tlle local «*levement day of ana u. t. , he Si , ver cloud 4 H gMg VM was a Thursday evening supper guest of Mrs. Litta Harmon near ^mo- baby b ° r " to Mr ' and Mrs - There were " Sunday. Bill Martin of Sidney were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams returned Saturday evening from a trip to Oregon. Their daughter, Mrs. Bob Martin of Ontario, Ore., returned with them and will be here with relatives and friends for a month. John Snyder of Omaha visited for a short while in Randolph, Thursday afternoon. His son, Jack who has been here for several weeks returned home with him. Miss Margaret Piper left Sunday with some friends from Nebraska for a vacation trip to the Black Hills. Mr, and Mrs. P. L. Sager and Delorfs wero in Shenandoah Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ellis and family were in Sheuandoah Saturday* evening. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ford entertained Thursday evening for Mr. aud Mrs. J. S. Zdyclmec, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Russell tiuU Miss Helen Kline of Shenaudoau. , Margaret Piper and Frank Kil- palrlck ami lieutrlcu Ford ami Fred Weldon attended the horse show at Uleuwoou Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mc- ('litre unit son of Avoca and Mrs. Fluieiu;e Vutt'g of Tabor Wero dinner nuesits Weil ue.su 1 uy of the In,nil' of Mi. iim| M|- s Faye Vat «.-.-* Ulul Mtlls. Mi mid Mrs. ('lurk Vuiuittu mill Mrs. Pearl Vuuutta were lit Omuli,! 1'Yjday. Ml- -uui Mrs. W. W. YUUIIK of StuMli;mI,i,ili e;ill<il ul || u , l u ,, lu , * Mr. mill Mrs. Fuye Yale* Fri- Del near Coleridge, Neb. Shirley Garber spent the week end with Julia Polton In Tabor. Bill Fichter took his father, L. E. Ficbter, to the lakes in northern Iowa last Friday. Bill returned on Monday but his father wiH remain for a longer stay. Miss Marie Snyder of Omaha spent a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. o, Driskel last week. Maria returned to her work at Omaha on Wednesday following her vacation here, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Cupp and Bob Brannum of Omaha and Miss Ruth Marsh of Shenandoah were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs W. B. Estet-. Mr. and Mrs. Rk-lmrd Vanatta Mrs. Paul Foster, Mrs. Carl McCreedy, Dean and Eleanor were iu Malvern aud Gleuwood Mon- dav. n , , , , Projects for the fair. ,! the care and feedin s ot ^' ' h *"' '!}' * * .Machinery is the cause of moro farm accidents than any other source, and special care should bu taken when working with it. Emergency flour won't keep us well as white Hour so story H („ u covurc'U container in a cool, dry Place. Lower shelves of pantries unit cubinuts are better for Hour storago than top shelves. And keep Hour containers where" air ciui circulate around them, u I here's any choice In llu, w,,v\-,,,, y Uu,- Achievement Held Aug. o The achievement show of the Loyal Lassie 4-H club was held at the Silver City Methodist church Friday, Aug. 9. Mrs. Alleiy, 44-H county chairman, of Glenwood. Mrs. Adolpn •Schultz and Miss Ruth Lookabill of Malvern, Mrs. Phyllis Skerrltt and Mrs. Mary Goos judged the 170 jars of canned foods to/be taken to the county fair at Malvern this week. Refreshments W ere served to the guests hy the group at the close o£ the afternoon. You Can Get Quick Relief From Tired Eyes MAKE THIS SIMPLE TiST TODAY !<*!» £>HS TIRED? Soothe and refresh them in dr - ;:a the warm we.i ' ' ' ; : ' : ' -'. !'.V-.;L or OJfpOSU/9 '-'!., - '..Juu.U;.ut. J«u have. Cull a. V. Jl)lu , s , 1* ui' U» 1V1U. FOR VO Uli 2YES

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