The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 22, 1946 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, August 22, 1946
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?AGE FOUR THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, AUGUST 22, 1946 ( Local News ®^® Phone 5551 ) D'-ng Ai-trope returned Sunday "i hi- h>irn>. in Sir-m f'itv af- '•'• ;in > vi-nr'.erl vi-it with hi- i-randparr ri'--, .Mr. «r:d Mrs. H'-n- iy Ai-'r,-.pc. Mr and .Mr-. Reed Thomson of Mai...111 -.vcre 'veek end vi'-itor- "f Mr-. Laura I.anV.n find Kula- I'e They al-o vi-ited other relative- here. V- -'"'I Mrs. Iia Frit?, and Mrs. ^ !l " '•••'! ''f Madison. \eh.. arrived Saturday f,,r a short visit in the H'-nry Al-trope horn- and to attend thr. Afetrope reunion Sunday. They returned homo on Tuesday. Mr*. Maud" Wyant oarne in on Tuesday from Cortland. Neb , for a few days visit u jth Mrs. .S. M. Norton and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Florence Warren received a long distance fall Monday evening about ;i p. m . f>o m hiT *on John whose ship docked at 4:30 p. ni. Monday at San Hippo, r a |. II" had recently been ] n Uikitii for tli" atom)' 1 bomb test. H" has l"'"n promoted to S 1 /c. Mrs. Anna MoDill of Lincoln and Miss Kdith Hilton of Chad- ion. .Ncli., rani" Friday for a visit with Mrs. C. E. Hilton and Mr. nnrl Mr'. May Hilton. They left Saturday for Chicago where they will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Donm-r and Donald left Friday afternoon for a week's vacation at l,akp Oko- hojl. Mrs. Xr-litiii Fletcher left Sntur- day evening f,, r Lansing, Mi. I,., \vli..|-,. t |,,. W |ll visit in the Fr.-il Cohveii home. From Hi.,,. M,,, "ill go to West Union lor u vK-it '" "'" Claude Alexander home. Miss Clota M.-Clurg of Mary- vill" ii-tiirin-d in Mahern .Satu'r- 'l.'iy and ha- r.-talill-li,.,! her linn].' ii-'in with Rev. and Mrs. I.. C. Hall. Shu xva- accompanied by her patents Mr. and Mr-. K. R. M,.. flurg and her sisters, Jeannie •''"'I L..,|,a. She left .Sunday even- Ing for Aiiie> where she is attend- fnir a I'onferenn. !ln ,| IlllXt W| . ( ., ( "ill begin her duties us Inline , ,•. Instructor in our school. •Mr. and Mrs. (lien 1'evehoiise and children, Jean Bud Charles rein rued last Wednesday froni a 1" day visit In Colorado. They visiled in several cities -when, they tornierly resided. Mrs. Frank Churchill ri . t nrned home Sunday from Lincoln a ,._ '•""U'aniecl by Mrs. fj|,.,, .\| ( , om;nv who -p. nt the day here. Gue-ts of Mrs. Edith Tlarkus Sanirdv,- and Sunday were Mr. and Miv Don J<-fT"r c on of Omaha. Ml-- fi'ity LOU Barkus .Mi-- Irna J'-an I'arkhur'-f and Maynar.'l Jf'IH S df Des Moirie-. Mr. p.r-.rl Mr-. F:.-I..T- lf..pp rt - I'i.-n-d Th:::-d.-y fr..:n n trip rh>-..:iL-h Mint:.-.-.•;• ar.d r a Mr. and Mr--, fha-. H. rri-k and family and Mr. and Mi-. L>-lard Lloyd <,f H<-d Oak were \vtrk en 1 ctie=t= of Mi« .NV-HK- \Vjnrh-ll r.nd \Villlam \Vi:;i hf-li. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cappr-l and son Mob and Ralph ?"arles of Je:-- snp left Sunday by car for a ivest- "in trip. Th'-y will EO to th 0 coa-t DKH n-'irth intri Canada and !,afk by th" northern route. SHOE REPAIRING Called for and Delivered or Discount Located Vt Block South of Swimming Pool. Work Guaranteed "BUCK" DOOLEY Ph. 5331 Wilbur flower MM 2'c of th" navy arrived Wednesday night from Washington Island. Wis., for a 8 day leave with his parents Mr. nnd Mrs W. A. fiower. Mr. and Mrs. G]en Summers visited last week in the ! ome of ('has H. Summers. On Thursday they 1, .' t f, )r Ames to visit Frank Summers family before leaving for their home In Dade City. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Summers were married Aug. 8 in St. Paul. Neb., the former home of Mrs. Summers. Mrs. f). X. Thompson left from Lincoln last week to return to her home in Hollywood after several months spent with relatives here. Mrs. Morton Troxell accompanied her as far as Gunriison, Colo , where she will vi«it until she returns to Wilbur, Neb., where she will teach this year. K. K. I'iper and Ed Piper attended the first showing in this area of the Kaiser-Fraser cars at a noon luncheon at the Rome hotel In Omaha Friday. The tars were shown to the public In the Rome ballroom that evening and "111 be on di-play for a week. Ed I'lpi-l- ha- tile agency fur these . ai-.-• for t hi< area. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Marshall and their cncst.= . Mr. nnd Mrs. Pan Seaton and sons, Danny and I.anny ofCaroll were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Harman mar Tabor. Mrs. Nell Donner of Council uniits •Ali,, was also a L-iie-t retui HIM! home with them for a day's vKit. .Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Summers, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Knight, Edel Kniu-hl and John Slothovrcr attended the Taylor-Wolfe nuptials In Emerson Sunday. H. W. Mansfield, J. R. Cardwell, Roy D. Mansfield nnd TJIII (.'nrdwell returned Sunday night from a ten day fishing trip iu Mil-hit;.in. .Mr. and Mrs. John Longstreet and children, John. Kay and Ann, b-l't Satnr.iav evening for Ames. -\Jr>. Longstreet and the children "ill Vi-it .Ihei-e while .Ml . Long. s't-ert a. companies friends on a northern fishing trip. I'r. I). M. Kline returned Monday limn the KdmundsuM hospital in Council Bluffs where he had nnib-i ,L,in,. an appendectomy Mr, and Mis. W. R. Hyington and children Ruth Joy and Linda left Sunday for a two week vacation which will be spent at 1'ayne- •sville. Minn. Mrs. Max Thomas and son Miciieal arrived Wednesday for an extended V j>,it with her mother. Mrs. Haive Knight. Jack Knight accompanied her from Om.iha for a few days, visit at home. Miss Eloise Wilson returned home Sunday from .Mercy hospital and is completing her conva- h-M-ence after an appendectomy. J. M. St<fle and Clifford Robbins 1,-ft Sunday for Koxford. S. l>., wilt-re they will enjoy fishing in the Black Hills. Mrs, Heriha Moyer arrived Sunday from Rochester, Minn., for a visit in the home of her 'n. W. 1), Mover, and family. Empress Theater PU,, —„ cco-i Phone 5521 Malvern THURSDAY/FRIDAY, SATURDAY," A 1 ecnnicolor Picture witK v*f*v««. j o A » ^t»«*-. , *- lu * c wun ivonne de uano in SALOME, WHERE SHE DANCED Also a Comedy SUNDAY, MONDAY, Aug. 25-26 Clark Gable and Greer Garson in ADVENTURE And a Comedy. News. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, Aug. 27-28 BEDSIDE MANNER with Ruth Hus.ey and John Carroll. Al»o THE GIRL WHO DARED with Lorna Gray COMING - THURS., FRI., SAT,, Aug. 29-30-31 AND THEN THERE WERE NONE with Walter Hu«ton and Barry FiUgerald .Mr. and Mr = . W. R. Fiineharn and Mrs. Walter Bincham vMt«-d Walter HinEham at V'.t.--rF.n 5 ' Fa- 'ility In Lincoln Sunday. They found him much improved and with the promise of discharce | n a few werK-i:. Mrs. Nf-l!ie r'erkins and daush- t«r. Mi=s r>oris Hatfield. returned Sunday from a year spent in Santa Ana. f'al. Mr. and Mr?. Joe Moore accompanied them and will visit with relatives. Paul Durham was called to Slater. Mo., last week by the Illness of his mother. Mrs. X. \V. Durham. He will return this week end. Mrs. Harvey Robertson and mother. Mrs. Irno Dark, of Council »luffs returned Monday from El 1'aso, HI . where they had visited Mr. and Mr?. Lester Dark. Mr. Dark returned from overseas with an Australian bride and the visit was to meet her. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Albertson of Los Angeles. Cal., were guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Knlfrht. Together they attended a party in Shenandoah that nitcht Kiven by Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Lovplady, complimenting the Al- beitsons. Howard Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernal Richardson and daughter of Louisville, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kayton of Strahan were guests of Mrs. E. C. Kayton Saturday. The Hlcbnrd- «ons are uncle and cousin of Howard Kayton. Mr.-. Robert KHiott who has be..n a guest In the O. R. Hyde home it-it Sunday for Leadville, folo. Mrs. Olive Swain of Omaha accompanied her. Mr. and Mrs. rhas. Raine ,1ml children departed Sunday for their home in Dinvney. f'al. While here they sold their household iruods which were stored here. They have purchased a home in Downey and expect to make their permanent home there. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Mohagen left Monday for their home in Klbow Lake, Minn., after a visit in the W. o. Moyer home. Mr. and Mrs. \\'. J. Wilcynski atended the Rogers-Dodge wed- iling In Mt. Ktna Sunday. The bridal couple were their quests the first three days of this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Aistrono, Millie and Sue and Mr. and Mrs. F. .V. Miilholland, Cordon, Sally and Kddie left Wednesday for Lake Okoboji where they will vacation for a week. Mrs. A. A. Rent on came down from Carroll for a few days at home. She left Jim continuing to improve and in good spirits. Mrs. Kenneth lirinkhous of Iowa City visited him over last week end. Miss Deloris Cook of Shenandoah was a guest of her cousin, Joan Trively. last week and attended the fair. Hradford Kuiper, seven years old, of Lincoln, Neb., who was visiting his uncle, Guy Plummer, -slipped and fell in the yard Saturday and broke bis arm near the wrist. He was taken to Mercy hospital in Council Bluffs. June Kickel left Wednesday lor the Ozarks where he will vacation for a few days. Attending the department American Legion convention in Hes Moiness the first three days of this, week were Charles I). Cos.- tello, Clayton Hertz, Marlin Richardson. H. J. Uenton, L. A. Hull, J. K. Ellison and Fred Robinson. They report an interesting meeting with a record attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hobbins were in Cortlaiul, .\eb., the first of the week visiting with Mr. Robbins' brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Robbins. Mrs. Will Robhins, has been very ill for some time and her condition is very grave. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodenburg and son Douglas of .N'eola Were Sunday guests of Mrs. G. E. Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wolfe of near Tabor joined them for part of the day. Hale Dyke became 111 Friday with a sinus infection and was taken to the Edmundson hospital in Council Hluits for treatment. His condition is improving at thin time. Miss Ruth Uusluudi left Sat- urduy to join Dr. uud Mrs. \V. A. Rush ut their cottage near Hemcr, Minn., for u week's vacation. Mix CieU. tierlach of Omuhu "pent the week end with lu-r iliiiujhtei, Mrs. Uoy Cuudt'll, uu-l Mr. Cuudfli, V. Uliui-k or I'lestoii uud Mrs. J II WiUim of luwu Clly w»,« i-iu ts of Ur nut! Mrs. •]•. j.;, Sln.iiku. u-urn tin; tu tlu-ir i)inin,.( \V t dtic.-ilu . M:--. Max T h" rr. P. = sr.'l -'r-aH -• n Mi. h.if-] n: rived W«dr;r>,^y for an f xu-nd'd vi-it !u r'- with her mother. Mr-=. H. J. Knicht. ^nd Mr. Th«i:na.-'s- parer.r«. Mr. rind Mr.=. J. G. Thomas, of Red Oak. Clenn Wiitsey of Rochester. N". Y.. enrr.nte to Nebraska, stopped in .Malvern Friday for a visit with his sister. Mrs. A. E. I'iatt. * Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Clark and Miss Mary Jones left Tuesday for Ft. Collins, Colo., for a visit with Mr. Clark's sisters. Miss Jennie Clark and Mrs. Mangle Mapps. They will also visit other relatives and friends In Colorado and spend «ome time sight-Peeing. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Griffin were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Huntley of Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Griffin and Mr. and -Mrs. Tom Cowin of Omaha. Mi?. Helen NaRle is taking a weeks vacation from her duties at the Deardorff grocery. She went to Sidney Wednesday evening to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clark. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wearln left Thursday morning for the Black Hill where they plan to spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Coons had as their guest= over the week end Mrs. Coons' brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. G V. Laws. O f Cabool, Mo., who had been attending the rural mall carriers' convention in Des Molnes. On Sunday they with Mr. and Mrs. Coons and Joe Dale visited another brother In Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Leggett returned to Moline, III., after a few- days spent visiting their daughter, Mrs. Francis Robinson. Mr. Harold Pool and daughters of Indianola were guests in the Francis Robinson home this week. George Head of Marine City, Mich., ni rived in the county Sunday for a visit with relatives and friends. He wa< born and ralsod neat Malv.rn but for the past IS years lias Ihcd in Marine City. He and hi- brother-in-law, W. R. Shepard. of Glenwood were attending the Mills Cmuuy Fail Friday. E!" nnd then v.n- followed on'o !!',<• -ml--- by Car]--on who adv.-nv- erj on an error. Del Gro-^e. c;|. n- -,vood fift sucker, then hit a fly to right field which strn'k the hard parked ground and hounded over the right fielder's head, rolling for a home run and scoring three of Glenw-ood's four run 5 . The final victory was worth $'2'i for Glenw-ood ns they took home the winner's money of $S n . while Malvern pocketed $tl". Henderson by w-jnning third place received $40 and Hamburg as tlu- last place team got $20, Running score: H R E Glenwood 301 000 100 ', 4 2 Malvern 000 010 002 5 .? 7 Batteries: Kizzier. Williams and Carlson: Elmer Jackson and Frank Zanders. tion. Prize money will total $2,:,'<>', The wjntiire 'lub in ("la a ^ A «ii! receive $!.i">n. the runner- up $"ifin and the sr-ml-tlnal round losers $7. r . each. In cla^s B. first prize will he $."00. second prize $2"i" and semi-final losers will get $. r ,o. The finals in both divisions are set for Labor day. Ill Mikn Jones GLENWOOD NICKS MALVERN IN THRILLING FINAL AT FAIR TOURNEY County Seat Crew Takes 4-3 Win When Late Malvern Rally Fails Sheriff Bob Moore's Glenwood Independents, took their first baseball tourney of the year Friday but they bad to snuff out a stiff Malvern rally In the last half of the 9th inning in order to score a 4-3 win in the finals of the Mills County Fair tourney at Malvcrn. Trailing 4-1 going Into the last half of the 9th stanza, the Malvern club put on a last ditch stand that had fans on their feet and screaming for more. Elmer Jackson, who had scored Malvern's lone run, opened up the final canto with a single. Johnny Paulson, next Malvernite up, filed out to 2nd. Pitcher Klzzier of Glenwood then loaded the base* by issuing walks to Junior Jackson and Chuck Smith. With the bases loaded Moore relieved Kizzier with Williams and Williams promptly walked in a Malvern tally by issuing a gift pass to Mills. Frank Zanders then drove in another Malvern run when he grounded out to 2nd. With the count 4-3 John Adkins pounded a short one to right field garden and Rohrburg made a sensational one-handed catch of the pill to end the proceedings and give Glenwood the hard fought game. Tourney Results Tuesday: Malvern 9, Henderson S. Wednesday: Glenwood 10, Hamburg 8. Thursday: Henderson 4, Hamburg 3. Friday: Glenwood 4, Malvern 3. Elmer Jackaon chucked a masterpiece for Malvern but was not backed by timely hitting U B 14 "f hit* mutts dlfd on the paths; also they committed 7 mlscues behind blm. Hu ullowt'd the hard lilttluK (llfiiwood club live lilts uuil fuiuu-d u» equal number. KU/U'i 1 , who mtitrted for iili'ii- wood wnd |ii(eu*d until ilie llnul liumv, liuw mi dfr hits ana wit in id to Ihird luck ktrurk tho Mulveru *lub tit III- stun, imhhuor. Uiw Ural i.(Mker, jjm w »(„. ftlenwfxx] liawball Tonrnry V. Ill be Sept. fl, 7 and 8 The annual Glenwood baseball tournament will be held at Firemen's field In Glenwood Sept. B, 7 and 8, according to an announcement by Sheriff Bob Moore the Glenwood manager and tourney director. Thurman, Henderson and Glenwood have already placed their names on the entry list. GLENWOOD, MALVERN, HENDERSON IN TOURNEY Three Mills county team?, Glenwood. Malvern and Henderson, will take part in the Southwest Iowa semi-pro baseball tournament to be held at the American Leplon baseball park In Council Bluffs Aup. 23-Sept. 2, Inclusive. Ulenwood wilt be in Class A, apalnst such clubs as Audubon, Akron, Council Bluffs Browns, Harlan, Creston and four Omahu clubs, Canadian Ace. Ban's Har, Storz and tfcven-Up. M : ,I. vern and Henderson will be placed In Class B atralnst such teams* us Danbui-K. KHiott, Carson, Red Oak, Tabor, Council Bluffs Boosters and Koo-evcK American Legion post of Omaha. The tourney, which will be played both day time and under the lights. Is the blppest thinp in the state for teams of this see- FOOTBALL TOGS TO BE ISSUED SATURDAY Malvcrn will bf-cin training for six - man football Saturday •when suits will be Issued at 4 p. m. In the shop room fit the school house. All bny.e who wish to take part in the fall piirskln sport are tirpecl to be on hand Saturday and on Monday when actual practice will bnein. With new everything on hand this year the Malvern six-man effort will be all out. Gordon Ovrr- strer-t will take over his newly acquired coachlne reins and will he aided by Ilalph Madocks, assistant coach, and some new equipment =uch as new patne pants, helmets, shoulder pads and hlorkinp pads. Even a completely new tram is In store for the followers of the Malvern prid propress for all six members of last year's first team graduated last sprinp. However, the prospects on hand are far from eloomy In re- pard to material for Coach Overstreet will see a larper squad than usual on hand, includinp enouph lettermen left over from last year to comprise a stronp team, complete -with replacements. worked the first five frames f 01 the Browns, beinp nicked for five binplec. flayt Fries toiled in th» winner's pitchers slot the rest O f the way and set the losers down hltless. Blst Steve Skradsftl. ripht fi"lr|_ fr for the Browns, spelled Kloi !n for the (Uenwood hopes when he homered in the hip first inning with two mates on base for thrpr. of the Brown's five runs. The pame was the 25th win .,f the season for the Council BluiTs club and was a part of the Frontier week attraction. Runninp score: H R E Olenwood 000 000 000 g n 2 Browns 500 000 OOjc 757 Batteries: Balkovec and M Rohrburp; Hoemann, Fries and Jenks. Glrnnooil Ixi^rs .">•() l-Ynj- to Council (Hurt's llnmii^ The nicnwood Indepdents took time off from their quest of the Mills County Fair tournament 1)1 u m Thursday nipht when they were defeated by the Council Mltift's Hrowns at Council Dluffs. The Bluffs cluz, which has uc- qitli-ed a tremendous following with their play this season, jumped on I'ltcher llalkovec for all of their five runs In the Imllom half of the initial try. After that the two teams fotiKht it out on even terms. Halkovec went the route for filenwood and yielded a total of seven iiits, while Ted Hoenui >* + *++**+»+< M'I >»I | | | | f< H WESLEY CHAPEL Donald Parker returned from California by plane last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Parker who have been vlsitinp there also will drive back this week end. Kenneth Parker will accompany them to help drive. People of Wesley Chapel are happy to have a minister in the community apaln. Rev. and Mrs. Trimble and children arrived Friday and were present for services Sunday. The services wer» well attended and the dinner at noon enjoyed by all. A special treat was the Ice cream furnished by Ralph and Ben Wilson. The Junior class of boys and plrls had a party Sunday afternoon celebratitiK the birthdays of Larry Wilkinson and Bobby Shirley. No preaching service will bp held at Wesley Sunday as Rev. Trimble plans to spend the whole day at Henderson. Sunday school will be at 10 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crum moved Saturday into Harvey Llsle's north tenant house and will work for Joe Roliblns. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lorrance Llnlo are spending a week with Harvey Lisle at Camrenton, Mo., at tin- Lake of the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Rohbins returned from the lake Monday Watch for Our Special School Circular for Back - to - School Values ==— BRADLEVS 5c to $1.00 STORES

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