The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 22, 1946 · Page 6
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 6

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, August 22, 1946
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PAGE SIX EDITORIALS THE MALVERN LEADER Mllis County's Homo .\pw«pn[wr Since 1875 Stop-! \Vlic-n Vonr Tlmo Is Otit F. A, Wortman, Editor and Publisher E. D. Herin&_M»na jr. ing Editor THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, AUGUST 22, 1946 11- n- f i-cr. rr- pnmi Ifiii- df pnirliif 'ton to work flit our own prob- so that w.4 can make more crops to ral"» th" national Entered in the Post Office at Mab-ern, Iowa, as pocond class mail matter. Advertising Rates Display Advertising 40c per column Inch; 5 cents an Inch additional for comnosltion. Resolutions 5 C a ] tne CIas?lfiPd Ads iOcallne Loral ftpadpr Ads lOcallne UMtunry Poetry Re a line Subscriptions Payable in Advance One Vf-nr Six Montno Three Months *2."•'• ft 1.50 J»0c Two Yours $4.00 Blnnle fopy R C Card of Thanks f,n c OFFICIAL PAPER FOR MILLS COUNTY Ah of the Official 1'rocpfMlinns of HIP Hoard of Snp.-TVlsorM are printed In full In The Leader (is are also the minutes ol the Mnlvern town council. The Leader also serves ns official paper for the FC'hool districts and other towns of Mills count} which do Tint liavn a newspaper of their own. thine* or BTO-.V hj f-tandard of li\ inc ft i< always riist urbins to read or hear of labor oranizationa which rr-e-k to limit production cil wcirk'T*. fir to set reslrlctinii? r>n output or oth^r- wN.. ri'.preyj our standard of livin?. Ft is equally rli-turbinu to |.\-irn of restrictions hy manufacturers who to adopt some new product to make improvements m to have their plants produce as iniKh ;i- pn-^ihle. For those thine* mean that the nation will lie poorer. So we hope aeririilfiire continues to produce dumper dop-.- until there are no more hungry ppo- pl". \\'e hope our European neighbors will learn that production ,-mrt not the newest political ism will cure their poverty. When they do so the old world "ill !>•• much more prone to lie peaceful ami a pleasant pl'ice for our brief sojourn. TAYLOR-WOLFE VOWS EXCHANGED Rev. E. M. Buehler Performed Ceremony in Methodist Church NATIONAL €DITORIAL_ ASSOCIATION \Ve loafed around one Sunday when the fm- pe.ature „•;,« five decrees helow that of the pi'evi- "ii- day u hi, |, we h;ul spent in a harvest liehl To our u ,, „.„,„ filr Im)r ,. lm ,,,, nf , M . ( . ll)1( , |n (be lower temperature, Hhat win, having so much more lime to think about it. .News that lowu farmers are ni;alii producing » record amount of crops of all kinds will he we|. <otne in areas where starvation .still threatens Why Is it that here In the I', s. we have such abundance while so much of (he world is in want? It is true some of this can he a direct result of the war. but It is even more true that here In this country the vast majority of people find it profitable to produce more — | tl Industry as well as agriculture. Frequently we hear Americans criticized he- cause of their political, or because they know so little about governmental theory Those nations where political "isms" seem of such major Importance svem Just now to he most critically in need of food and living equipment. Over here the majority of people still recognize that that govern nu-nt is best which governs least and which leaves V.'hile Th" i,oarl»r was not in favor of the restoration of pri.-e rontroN. we feel (hat now that we have them every citizen should do his best to olis.'fve i hem. \Ve have little hope that the new til'A will lie effective in preventing price increases, wh>-ii the blaik market is considered as well as the legitimate hiisjn.^s. We should observe th" I"' 1 ' 1 'ontro! ret rirt ions and, if we don't favor them, do our |i,. s t to get • lawmakers to chance them. Ir w;i« our opinion that inc'reasing production would In ing back competitive prices in a very shot t time. Thos,. citizens w |,,, would bid lip prices without prf.e nmtiol would very probably be the "ties who would buy through the black' market anyway. When I hey have dissipated their surplus inMaiionary funds, prices would settle to a fair figure. In the meantime what the country save? on lower will probably he spent in higher governmental cost«. We firmly believe that OPA was wrong in spending so much of its ff sources hi convincing the nation that It should be continued We have no doubt but that it will do so again when its present lease on life expires. We do not believe that OPA will ever recognize the advisability of letting our economy sail along without controls. Sometime we shall have to dump it forcibly and when we do there will be walls of anguNh from those on the payroll, dire predictions from those who think the government should constantly protect us from every unfavorable situation and calamitous warnings from those who recognize that price control in peacetime is a strong step toward a stronger collectivlst national government. So observe the price controls while OP \ exists in a legal status hut. do all In your power to have It removed from the national scene as rapidly as possible. For price controls, will mean further restrictions on production and such restrictions will mean fewer consumer goods and so a continuing Inflationary possibility. NEWS OF EMERSON * . Item* of Interest concerning n- m .,._ .. _ the welfare of Emerson and Iu community actirttle* KIMCISOM Methodist Church J{«'\. ('line II. linos, .Minister Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship service at 11: If,. The public school will soon start and many of our people will be hack from their vacations. The church is ready to help you and v,i- have a lot of things to do this year in tin- program of Un- church. The monthly fellowship program of the church will continue. Our night for this is the second Sunday night in September. \\V want all members and friends of the church to plan to attend this meeting at that time. Heinember thi- date, Sunday. Sept. S. The Spiritual Life meeting held the lust Wednesday of the month will not li t . held during August but will meet in September. Mi = - Mary Louise Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. V,'. Taylor of Emerson, was gowned in the traditional white when she became the bride of Francis H. Wolfe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wolfe of Villisca at 4 p. m.. Sunday. Ranks of colorful gladioli and ferns derorated the altar of ths Methodi-t church for the eere- mony, which was performed by the Rev. Erri'M M. Buehler, pastor of the Methodist church of Villisca. A white moire taffeta gown with net yoke and a junior train was worn by the bride. Her fingertip veil fell from a white beaded tiara. She carried a bridal bouquet of white roses. Preceding tile cerfTnony Mrs. Robert Honeyman played several beautiful selections on (he organ and Miss Leiiore Crawford of Omaha sang "Because." During tin- playing of "The Rosary." candle; were lighted by Miss Marjorie Whi-ler is ho wore pale blue net ovi r blue taffeta, with corsage of gardenias. The maid of honor was Miss Carol Whisler. who was eowned in pale blue MmbroMered organdy. Sh» carried pink roses. D»st man was Bradley Wolfe of Villisca, a cousin of the groom. Max Whisler of Kinersoti and Glen Kengil and Robert Overman of Villisc.i were ushers. Mrs. Taylor wore a gown of royal blue crepe for b,, r daughter's wedding. Mrs. Wolfe wore black crepe with white accessories and both wore corsages of pink rosebuds. Assistants at the reception in the church parlor were Mrs. Forrest SnodgTiiss, Mrs. Karlp Crawford, Mrs. Warren Honeyman and Mrs. M. D. Lang. The bride's cake was cut by Mrs. H. B. Tubbs and Mrs. Claude Barns poured. The bride attended Simpson college and Iowa University and is affiliated with Alpha Chi 0m.?- Ba sorority. Mr. Wolfe recently returned from three years service In the navy. When the couple left on a short wedding trip the bride wore a suit of pink gabardine with black accessories. The young couple will be at home after Sept 1 at Villisca. Mr. and Mrs. George Lang and family of f'reston pp^nt the first of the week here in the home of Mr. Land's mother, Mr?. Gertrude Lane. Mrs. Mary Swadley of Palmer. N'eb . is visiting here with Mrs. C. E. Ballaln and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vannaus- die and children of Villi«ca spent Sunday here in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ivan Shook. 1^^H£!E?ZL! Rev. John C. Turner and family returned on Thursday of last week from a vacation trip and visit with their parents, other relatives and friends In thf> vicinity of Beverly, W. Va. Regular services were resumed here Sunday morning and will continue with preaching nt 10 a. m. followed by church school. Mrs. Conrad Kline, son William and daughters. Mary Lee and Constance <>f Des I'laines, III., arrived last Wednesday to spend a week at the home of her pan-in?. Air. anj Mrs. U. K. LiuiidiHn, arid Mary Lou. Additional guests for dinner Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. Omar Co- 7ad and Carolyn of near Strahan, Kaymoiid Laughlin and sun Dallas (if near Hastings and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo SelpoM and Shirley. Mr. and Mrs. c. C. Largent, Stanley, Jimmle and Marjorle left Tuesday to visit relatives In Missouri and to enjoy the Ozark scenery, I'rof. and Mrs. F. A. DuVal of Mt. Vernon and her father, Mr. Miller, of Amana arrived Friday evening to visit Alan's parents, Mi. and Mrs. Frank DuVal. They nil enjoyed a picnic In Wanhonsle stale, park Saturday and were supper gutsts of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Choate and Mrs. Hazel Choate in Glenwood that evening. Sunday morning they drove, to Omaha. Mr. Miller leaving from there by train for his home in Amana. Dick Smith won both first and second prizes on a fine calf which he was fortunate to win In the calf catching contest at the fair last year. He will enter It at the state fair this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Messenger and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Maddocks left : j arly Tuesday morning for a trip to some of the scenic parts of Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Terry and Bohby are vacationing in Missouri this week and visiting his parents and other relatives. Donna Lee and John Scott of near Hastings spent several days last week at the home of their aunt. Mrs. B. J. Loohabill, and family and attended the fair at Malvern. They had some exhibits entered which brought them substantial returns. Miss Doris Armbrust of near Omaha has been a guest the past week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Adolf Nagle, and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Bartholomew, Roger and Billy of Tabor. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Benedict, daughter Phyllis Ann and Charles Mapes were dinner guests Sunday at the home of the ladles' parents and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. W. If. Shafer. Dorothy and Frances. Many from here witnessed the fine parade given in Malvern on Tuesday of last week, the first day of the Mills County Fair. The float entered by East Liberty was not a prize winner but was very good and received much favorable? comment. Adolf Nagle who drove the car was accompanied by little four year old Marjorie Largent. On each side of the cab there was a large painting of the church and quite well done by Miss Edna Maddocks. Other decorations were in charge of a committee composed of Frank DuVal, Adolf Nagle, Mrs. C. C. Largent and Mrs. James A. Henderson. Mrs. Laura Kerney and Miss Josie Kerney were Shenandoah visitors Tuesday. T. E. SHONKA, M. D. Pliyslrlnn and Surgeon OfTlcr 3 doors south of Empress Thcnter Phones: Off. A331, Res. 4343 It is more important than ever to call in for your dead Stock 1. To maintain a prompt service 2. To produce more tankage for feed 3. To produce more grease for soap 4. To produce more leather SOUTH OF HIGHWAY NO. 34 CALL RAMSEY'S RENDERING CO. Dial 0 — A»k for 9000 We Pay Phone Charges NORTH OF HIGHWAY NO. 34 CALL OAKLAND RENDERING CO. Phone 4000 i Kiijoy I'icnic at Mcromb I'ui-k in Slienandoali The following group enjoyed a picnic at Mcfumli park iu Sh.Mi- andoah Sunday: Mr. ami Mrs, Clyde Long ami Thad Ainsbaugh of New Market, Mr. and Mis. Kcty Jackson and (ileiinah, Mrs. Tressa llowel! and Mr. and M». Koy (iraham, Ralph and Richard of flarinda, Mr. and Mrs. Fivd Joy of Phoenix, .\r|,.., ^,. aml Mrs. Lester Shook and Bi-vei ly of Ituogeue, M,-. and Mrs. Kldoii Nutting of Mil,,, Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Tawzer of Omaha. Mr. ami Mrs. \Vm. Yati-s of Farragut. Muster Hobble James of .NVnla. Mr. anil Mrs. Oorge (linger and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith and family of Kmerson. Air. and Mrs. Fred Joy of 1'hot- nix, Ariz., are. visiting in \\ w home of Mrs. Joy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. (Jeoerge (linger. They all spent two days the, past week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge itol- ton in Council 1)1 lift's and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Tawzor in Omaha. A number from here utu-uded the LaiiK-Kesterson reunion in Omaha, Sunday. Itaymoiul Allen of Kairnold .and Floyd Allen of Kuoxvlllu., Mi. uud Mrs. Charles Allen and Jimmy of Climax were supper KurMs of Mrs. Krinu Allen Sunday They hud attended the Alien reunion held In Chuutuuijuu l-aik in H.-d Oak SumJuy. Mi and .Mis. M. |) |. UIIK ulul fiiniilv left thU vv>, k tvn- u trip !•' He- Hi.,, k Hill,. Funeral services were held here Friday afternoon at the Methodist church for Mrs. .Mae Tolllnger who passed away Monday noon at the Wurnke nursing home in Malvern. Kev. ('. 1|. Boo.-, was in charge of the services. Pallbearers were Willis l'.-it- rick, John Carson, W. \V. Abel, Dr. I,. C. Blank, Byron Can- and Claude llarns. Mrs. Claude Barns Mrs. W. C. short and Mrs. L. c. Blank were in charge of the flowers. The <|iiarte;, Mrs. M. D. l-a::;-;, Mrs. Hebe Edie. Frederick Larson and U. H. Honeyman sang ".Sweet Bye ;ul d Bye" and the "The Touch of His Hand on Mine," accompanied by Mrs. H. H. Honeyman, organist. '• in Mae Oxford Toilinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Oxford, was born in Cannesville, Mo., AUK. '2(i. l.Siii, and passed away AUK. 1'2. -She was man-led to William Toilinger in Wayne county, \eb. After residing there a lew years they moved to Kmer- son which has been her home until the time of her death. Mr. Tollinuer preceded her in death about Hi years ago. For many years she has been u ''"'"il'er of the Methodist church, serving as president of the A ill Society two years. She was a charter member and past president of the Kmerson Wom- usi's- club. She was active in church and club work as long as her health permitted. Very little is known of Mrs. Tolliuger's relatives hut she leaves many friends to mourn her passing. Those attending the. funeral services from out of town were nephews of the. late Will TollinKer: Mr. ami Mrs. I.aVeme Toi- linger of Council Bluffs, Xe.l Tollinger of Hollywood, Cal.. also Mae McKinley of Omaha and Mrs. Maude, McKinley of Hed Oak. Interment was in the Kmerson cemetery. Mrs Llc.yd Hicks entertained "I -i Pink and blue shower Mini- .Mo(lenil/.( The east part of the Hascall store Is now being repaired and remodeled, putting in a now front to match that in the grocery side on the west. Miss Helen Hascall will have her variety store in the east part. The grocery has opened for business and is a modern store both in fixtures and service. Baskets are at the front of the store in order that people may wait on themselves. _ enl.x. Mr. und Mrs \Y M1 on J.,1,,,. !M ">- "I H.I of Mrs. l\.,-,-y Bnwen M"* \V H Ciamcr was tukvii I') III- He,I Oak bo-iiiia! Saturday Will'I I' N|, V . |, ., ,,.,,,,.„, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haney and daughter Mae have been visiting relatives in Missouri. . John Barns Is a patient in tho Iminanuel hospital in Omaha. The Iowa picnic will be held at Downej- park in California Sept. i. Many former Kmerson people plan to be present. Mrs. Fred Whitford and daughter of Sheiiandouh spent Saturday and Sunday here with Mis.s Blanche Burton. Mrs. Kffie Hall Hatfield is helping in the Broadway cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Edie have moved to Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Anderson of Hud Oak and Mrs. Gertrude Lang spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Viner and family of Fritz, Tex., were callers in the Carl Hodges home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Clark and sou Frederick of Chicago visited Mrs. Clark's brother, Carl Hodge, last Wednesday. Carl Hogde, Donald and Mariah were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wood. Mrs. Orville Tackett of Glfen- wood spent Friday in the home of her sister, Mrs. K. D. Sawyers. Mrs. Ivan Shook was taken to the Hed Oak hospital Wednesday of last week suffering with blood poison iu one unkle. She returned home Thursday evening. Misses Grace and I^eoua Dixcw left Wednesday for u vacation trip to Colorado. Mrs. Kva Krouso of Hedfluld is visiting iu the home of her uls- ter, Mrs. R. (). smith. Mrs. Ella SU'plieus sutnu Sunday with her Msu-r, Mrs. .Sully Slu>uk, ul Hi'iidi'i-suii. Mrs. IViu-l Weuthi'i-by of ciil- CUKO .Ulllf In vl.ilt llt-f Mstfl, Mr- W II frumiT. in tlio U,.iJ hospital Mr. and Mrs. John Hascall and family and Bill Hixson left Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Hascall 1 .-: mother in Missouri. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. und Mrs. Harry Potter were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Potter and family of Lenox. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Vannaus- dle and baby of Xew Jersey are visiting la ti le home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vannausdle. Mr. und Mrs. E. B. Comer and Mrs. I'earle Scoles returned home Tuesday from a trip to California. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jenkins left Saturday for Bethany, Mo., duo to ths illness of Mrs. Jenkins' father, H. B. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Largent and family of Malvern were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Largent's sister, Mrs. Lyle Jenkins. Miss Mary Shannon of Red Oak but formerly of Emerson, and Jack Vannausdle of Red Oak were married Sunday at Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs. William Kimbro of Omaha and Mrs. Walter elites went to Lincoln, Neb., by auto Sunday to attend the Anstine picnic. About 75 were present. All of Mrs. elites' living brothers and sister were present. Mrs. Erma Allen and Marlin and Orville Eastwood attended the Allen reunion in Hed Oak Sunday. Miss Verna Burroughs who is employed in Omaha was home over the week end. Miss Darleue Black has returned from a visit with relatives in Missouri. Miss Dorothy Hossle underwent an operation Monday morning at the Mercy hospital in Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Elbridge Shook and sou were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. auxl Mrs. Frank Porter and family. The Champion Hill Sunday ' school picnic will be held Friday, Aug. 23, at Legion park iu Red Oak. i Mr. uud Mrs. Frank Norull of Omaha spent Sunday In the home of Mrs. (,'laru Dunn. Misses Doris uud I.auru. McDowell of omahu siient Sunday linn, with their mother, Mrs. Cluru McDowell. 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