The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 22, 1946 · Page 7
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 7

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, August 22, 1946
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News of jilvgr City •..»-ttlfifv Mfvt*. ttt Af Illnv* *f .. _ _. . ~ " ' ' '"""" — ™^ THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN. IOWA. AUGUST 22, 1946 Anultary Mcrts at Millar Mr. and Mrs. George rarl-on ronio In Mlm-ola and son-in-law and dauehter Mr The American L W on Auxili- and Mrs. J. T. Fitzwate,- of R,n' ary held its August meeting last dolph drove to Blair Xeb S !. n Thursday afternoon at tho horn* day to attend the r a 'rl«on 'firnilv of Mrs. I.inda Miller in Mineola. reunion at the home of M r « '-The new president. Air?. Alar- arf-t Lawson, presided over the usual business routine. Airs. Linda Aliller pave a complete report of the year' work. On display was the History Book which Poulson. -Mr. and Airs. Frank Schoenint- of Glenwood and Alls? Pauline Hansen of Siour City were dinner Eiiests Monday at the home of created much interest among the Mr °- I' f 'na Schoenlng and daugh- mf-mliers present. tpr Alta. Miss Fae Wright of Salina, Kan., was a visitor. Hostesses: Mrs. Miller, Mildred Harrison and Miller, Mildred Komana Miller. Mr. and Atrs. Donald Burgoin are the parents of a son born Atic. 13 at the Edmundson hospital in Council Bluffs. Mi. and Mm. Shirley Hendrix acrompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jirovsky of Glenwood left Friday moining on a two weeks vacation at Denver, Colo., and other points in that state. Duane Stewart is substituting In Shirley's- place at the Standard oil elation. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Aladdocks and daughter Irene visited relatives in Colorado this week. Mrs. Jeff Hindee and son Jay of Panama, Neb., were dinner guests Monday in the Air. and Mrs. J. W. Mills home. Mr. and Airs. William Kruse, Marylln and John of Pasadena! Cal., who spent the past week with his mother, Airs. C. H. Kruse, and other relatives, left for their home in California on Wednesday accompanied by Air. Krusc's mother who will spend a month's vacation with them. Friday erenlng Air. and Airs. Chris Krtise entertained at a family dinner honoring the Califor- Presentation was nla visitors. Other guests Includ- Lillie Robertson ed Airs. C. H. Kruse, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kruse, James and Carlta, Mr. and Airs. Kaymond Kruse, Myron and Russel and Edward Kruse. < HTIrer In-fnllf.,1 a( Tm-Mlny M<-<-1ln K Heb.-kah lodse installed their FK-wly elected officers at the recu- l«r meeting Tuesday nfcht in the I f >- O. F. hall. Mrs. Lucy \ V iI- '•ox. district <le pmy president with .Mrs. Ida Graves, deputy marshal, and staff of f )|e n \vood were installing officers. Officers installed were: Pearl Piatt. past grand; Letha Jones. nohle rrand; Wilma Jones, vice grand; Susie Stewart, recording secretary; Kate .Maddocks, treasurer; Gwendolyn Atteherry, warden; Lillif. Hohertson, conductor; Alta Pullman, inside guardian; Alaude Hailey, outside guardian; Let ha Brandt, right supporter noble grand; Alaggie Alass, left supporter nohle grand; Alary .Moore, right supporter vice grand; Fern Stewart, left supporter vice grand; Delia Burrows, chaplain; Harriett Hendrix, musician. Mrs. I'iatt was presented with a corsage and a past grand pin. made by Airs. Mrs. F'aul Mrnze] and two rhil- dr<-- n . I^ois and Jlmmie, of Janu--- vill«>. are visitinc this w^.4: with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Swarts. Rev. and Mrs. John c. Turne,and son John M. returned \Y.>d- nesday from a three week? va.-a- tion spent with relatives \ n \v,.-t In the business meeting the donate $10 to the GREEN BAY LUMBER CO. • •. like laundry and drycleaninj?.. They Go Together! . . . next time, call us for your drycleaniny, too . . . THREE DAY SERVICE PURITAN UMIMMIY i 0RY CLEANERS ShcnandMtb, U. M«Jv«ra Phoo. 8171 At the close refreshments were served by the committee, Airs. Emma Custer, Kate Aladdocks and Gwendolyn Atteberry. Visitors were present from Council Uluffs and Glenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Swarlz and family of Armstrong were week end guests j n ( | 1P holm , ()f M| . "lid Airs. June Alills and Airs. AIcFarUind. Aliss Veda Moore of Council HlnlTs: and sister, Airs. Atacilo Henford, of Shenandoah w.-ro business visitors in town Satin- day. Airs. Male AIcKennsey O f La- Jolla, Cal.. spent the past week at the home of Air. and Airs. J. A. Burgoin. Air. and Airs. Joe Bachman anil two children. Le-p and Howard, of Omaha visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Airs. Barhman's aunt,' Airs. Ida AlcCue. That evening Air. find Airs. Bach man and children and Airs. Alrnie wen entertained at 6 o'clock dinner at the home of Air. and .Mrs. .Mark Swart?. Additional guests were Airs. Paul Alenzel and two children of Jamesvllte. The Ha<h- man's returned home that eve- nin, .ircompanied by Airs. Ale- Cue who will spend the winter in Omaha. Her address is 2941 59th St., Omaha. Scott PIdgeon of I)es Aloines spent Saturday and Sunday at the H. \V. Anderson home. His wife and daughter, Airs. Alarian AlcClouskey, and baby who have been visitng here tho last two weeks returned home with him Sunday. Air. and Airs. Cliff Stewart and \Vnva visited her father, A. O. Sargent, at the .Mercy hospital In Council Bluffs Sundav. Air. Sar- pent was taken there last Tuesday for observation. Miss Fae Wright of Salin-i. Kan., spent the past two w....k.- at the home of Air. and Air-. Floyd Lawson. The ladle.-- were school chums together. The Silver city Women's ,-iuh lias taken over tin- sponsorship of the g|rl scout troop. The Advisory commute,, consists of Alt---, dames Kdythe Porter. Kuth C| ip . *<>n, Ahie Hill, Irene Childs at;.] Lii/abetii AIc.Mahon, Mrs. Krise Tripl'-rr and dniinh !• 1 cif He,) Oak vi v rail' rs i ("•AH last Thursday, They attend f d the run- ral of Mr-. Catti-Tin- M, Ce... Mr--. DoMis sp,. n t a few days in Omaha last w«-"-k with h«-r daiiehtir H-rtha *ho had undertone a tunMlvrtoiny. f'.M-nard Khoad-s of Clt-nwoo.l viMte.J his aunt. .Mrs. I.ti.-]ia VIM- t"n. Wednesday r-vrnlne. Mrs. Jaiiifs Mi-Sweeney (1 f Auiai-illn, Tex., has been n curst a few day.- in the Much AtcSwe... ney home. .It an Urowii left n few ,]ays »s:<i l>> auto for a tri[i wr-st. Attorney Hall of Carson was '« taller in town last Thursday '•veninir. Mf-nnun Coppotk and family and Mr. and Mrs. Muss-Mi Cop- P"<k were II oYlnrk dinner Kllests i,, ,),,, J,, f| foppork homo Sunday. The friends of Mrs. Felt learned rere,,,!.,. that she ha,) Bmlf , ,„ the Mayo rllnlr | rl Ko< hester. Minn. Mi-r health has been <|iiltf poorly of late. True Allr.nsworlh and mother of thr- Wesley Chap..! neiphlmr- hood WIT.- dinner Kiif'sts Sunday in the Arthur AllMisworlh home. Th<> M.-thodist Aid wishes to annoimc-P that on Thursday. AUK. 29. they will hold a soc-ial affair at the ehurr-h basement. A silent anrtlon will he held and also a prriKrain tiven. Keep this date In mind and attend. Kd Sti-nciT and family of S<>,]away were („ town Sunday. Thej,- son James relume,] to his hoi»e that day after (i few week« stay lien- at Hi,, on., 1'eiidernraft home. Funeral M ,-vi Thin -day afti-nto lian rhiiiTh for AlHJe.. Who Was dent of this r Mr. and Mr Mr. ::::<! Mi^. .!. F SI,. H..y ,,f i Kin. r-nti .-iii'l Mr- ;inr| Mr* Ii.-l" Sin-lit v ,-inri familv «!•!••' Mipn. r i:iii-<tv nf Mrs. n.-nlM K« 11-•!>!>;)•, C<T ?iind;iy r-vfuinc. Mr. anil Mr-. I.<-ni! I.< wjv !lr ,,i family nn> r-njoyiriK :i vi^it with .Mr. l.t-wi-'-.- prirt-nt" rind ;i hroth- • r whii arrived .Monday. A p;irty w;iv h^id -u the i-hun h Alrmtlay f-vrnitu-. in honor of tlm-" whri arf ItnvliiL-. Tho^e tnini; away an- Mi^-s Mary Alsn- 1'nrker, Mi-^ Ii..ri< and Ccnrfe Iti^luip to *' hnnl; Kdria fli iffln will t. ,-r h at Ft. Madison and Mrs. Itt-rtha Kt-llcnliartt-r Is coint; to California. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Atellchnr •ind Sii/anne, Mr. and Airs. Harold Coop, r an,| family, Florenio and Wilma Coo|i«.f were dinni-r Kin-sis Tuesday of their iinde and iiuril. Mr. anil Mr'-.. I!. H. (trldi.'e. Mrs, Alary c;ilti«.|t. Mrs. Ki-n- neih Mnv« .-ind son Stephen of Kssex vislled Mr. and .Mrs. Alfr'-d GrliTIn and Kdna Sunday aft- MENDERS ON SERVICES AUG. 15 FOR MRS. CATHERN M'GEE Death Comes to 72 Year Old Henderson Resident in Council Bluffs Hospital Funeral senvlce.s were held at the Christian church in Hender- 5(ltli Mr. and Airs. Joe Aloorc of .Macedonia cel<*>rated their SOth wedding anniversary Aug. i« j n the fellowship hall of the Aleth- odlst church where open house was held. Their two daughters, Alr.s. Gee. Rev. V. D. Huch conducted the service and music was furnished by Alice Farrington, Mrs. Ward Fickel, Ward Fickel, Win Castor and Mrs. Martin Chrlstof- ffvson, pianist. Pall bearers were Glen McCiee, George Holly, Donald Smith, Charltw Smith, Xorrls Trlplett and Donald Godfrey. Flowers were cared for by Kuby Godfrey, Nellie Holly and Xornia Smith. Interment was in the Farm Creek cemtery, Henderson. She was born July 28, IS74 near Pisgah and passed away ley, and families of Inglewood, Cal., and another daughter of Olenwood were present for the celebration. Air. and Airs. Aloorc are well known in Henderson. Mrs. Emma Houpas of Warrensburg. Mo., arrived Monday for a visit with her sister Mrs" Kthel Skank. Norm a Allensworth and Barbara South returned home Saturday from Indianola where they had attended the youth conference for a week. They report a \isitt-d in the Inline Sunday. •Mr.-. I.nt-lla Vinton p,i:-se<i away at her hotne Saturday about 1L':.'!0 p. m.. following :i short illness. Funeral M-ruccs were belli Tuesday at the .Methodist church. A family reunion enjoyed a dinner Sunday at the Airs. Dobbs IIOIIH-. The occasion was given fo.- a relatives from .Missouri who has lK-en visiting in the. home. Don Fink of Omaha spent the, week end in the Airs. Pearl Harbor home. Leo Boileau and James I'en- dergraft of here and James Slenger returned from Chicago a few- days ago where they had seen ;i major league baseball gume and other interesting sights in the mid-west metropolis. They are with the junior team of Oakland and with i o others, as a reward for their excellent playing with all expenses paid, made the trip in Marvin Driver's truck. Karl Uoileau and Otis Pendergraft accompanied them. Aug. 12 at the Edmundson bos- fine tin) e and enjoyed the meet- nital in Council Bluffs at the age in 8 B ver >' much, of 72 years and 14 days. She was Pvt - Donald Smith arrived on a member of the Reorganized Church of Latter Day Saints. She was united in marriage CHAMPION HILL — m an emergency, furlough which he W , aS granted be eause of the death of ^ grandmother, Mrs. Cath, s. at- Dec. 25. 1895 to Charles S. Me- <*"» McGee, but due to bus con- Gee who preceded her in death Febj 14. 1917. To this union five children were born, .Merle M. McGee, Henderson; Xorma B. Smith, Henderson; Alta At. . Moore, Aluskegon, Alich.; Earl F. Se P'- nections lie was stranded In Utah where he bought a car and drove through but arrived 24 hours after the funeral. Henderson school opens on MeGee, Henderson; and a daughter who died in infancy. She leaves to mourn her departure four children, 13 grandchildren; five brothers, Will Vredenburgh, Yaklina, Wash., Orvey Vredenburgh, Yaklina, Wash., Jesse Vredenburgh, Little Sioux, Oscar Vredenburgh, Mrs. Virgil Galloway and daughter Juanita have returned to their home in Shenandoah after a visit at the Earl Boileau home. Quinsey Dobbs has been enjoying a visit with his sister from Alissouri. Harold Workman and a friend Pisgah; und two sisters, Airs. of Corning were visiting relatives Caroline Hichardson, Jerome, and friends here last Tuesday. Ida., und Mrs. Lennie Clark, Pis- Mr - Workman is employed in a drug store at Corning. The friends of Airs. J. c. Goss Bah; uud other relatives and friends. Out of (own Ing tho funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Vredt-nburKli, I'isjcuh; Mr. und Mrs. Glen Vredenburgh, Pis- gall; Mr. und Mrs. Oscar Vredenburgh und daughter Carol, Pis- . relatives attend- ale 6 la " she is improving after a infection in her arm. Dr. has been rgring fQr ^ Dale Norton and family left for ttheil ' n «n>e in California after a » tlort - visit with his sister, Mra. , , . KBh; Mr. und Mrs. George Holly, Clarence McKeeney. und family. Council Bluffs; and Alice Council Bluffs. Wayuu Byers la laylug flooring lu bin building. Gee. W)W The trip was made by auto. Huth Springer has returned to her home In Council Bluffs after u visit In the home of her aunt, Mr*. Harry Springer, and family. Mr*. Mary Wllkenwm went to Macedonia laat Friday to attend the 60th wedding anniversary of her brother Joe and wife. Tow Anderson and family, former resident* here, but of late Aliss Geraldine Berryhill left last week for an indefinite .stay with realtives in Nebraska. Mrs. Leon Lewis entertained a group of children at a birthday party for her daughter, Alary Jane, Monday afternoon. Mr. and .Mrs. Harry Mellehar and Suzanne of Fargo, N T . D., came Saturday night to visit Airs. Melichar's brother, Harold Cooper, and family and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Airs. C. W. Bishop returned home .Monday evening from a few days visit with Airs. Bishop's brother and sister-in- law, Dr. and Airs. Glenn Host and family at Lake City. A family reunion was held at the home of Air. and Airs. Harold Cooper and family Sunday. Those present were Air. and Airs. Glenn Cooper and family of Davenport, Mr. and Airs. Harry Melichar and Suzanne of Fargo, .V. D.. Air. and Mrs. B. R. Bridge, Air. and Mrs. H. W. Coy, Air. and Airs. Byron Shook, Mr. and Airs. Ward Cooper and Aladeline, Air. and Mrs B. F. MoCollester and family, Mrs. Alma Whipple of Hed Oak, Florence and Wilrna Cooper. Mrs. Flora Kochersperger returned home Monday from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Conrad and family at Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Harold places here. Mint* Leoru Harbor, daughter of Mr*. 1'warl Harbor, liau accept- ~«.c, u«i V i mio ed u poult Ion u» Hteuugraphur ot California, have been gue«u with tho Bmlth-Uiudwryau c. o .. '" '*"' "'••-- '• - • - Omubu. M|MK llurboi itM'ontly Uu- lnlik'U u tiiHTi'turlul t'oui»t> at lUu Couuiu'uUl U&U'Uttlu^ HvUool of CoHIIMl'ITtt lu (llUUllU. HllU H'l'nlV- fd hfi dtplumu AUK. V. i;>'I It' Ullmoii' uf Cuuurll Ulutfi u dluu«» «uv*t «u«awy In thu lu the Walter Coppock home. Mr*. Coppock aud Mrs. Anderson aru nl»t«r*. Choir pi-active for the joun$ people U held each Tu«*4«y t v*> nluj lu th« Methodist church, couitucteti by .Mr«. W. L, FU-kvl. iJb.« U vurf aualou* to have all on a trip to Colorado, John Gibson visited over the week end in Council Bluff* with bis couslDB. Mr. und Mrs. Mr. and Mr*. K. E. Wiley and family of Omaha vielttd Sunday with Mr. and .Mrs. (5!(,nu Ktlk-n- barger aud family Mr. uud Mru t.«\»U Cuhrnd »ud family uf Uubu^uv 1-4 tui* Muuaay for A \l»u »ith t»Utiv.» PAGE SEVEN 'I !'•• Siind-iv ^ hoi'l pii n|. w ill I. 1 L-i.iti park in Id-rl (iak A'.r. arid Mrs. j, c |ln !lit:!j:n;i an! famih'. Mrs |t,.itha Ke||..n- I'.-ivir. r. Mr and Mr--, Dal.- Sli. I!• v :!tnl family were Sunrlay din- ni r IMI. -t-- of Mr find M i •-. F!. F. PtiillitiKton ami familv in ft'-i| dak. Mr. anil Airs. j, v |e I!, rryhill and David of Lineoln. Neb., vi^ lied Sunday vvitli Mr arnl Air-. K. K. llerryhill. Air*. Iterrybill returned to Lincoln with tin in for a few days- vMt. Alls- Phyllis. Iianit-lson ntnrii- r (1 to her home near Ksstx Monday evetiini; after several weeks stay with her hrotlier-iu-lnw and sister. .Mi. and .Mrs. llaruM Con[>- er. and family. .Mr". Harold Jonr-s ( ,f Chit-ago visited Air. and Mrs Lester Thomas and family Tuesday. fJninmrd tape In rolls for «<n|p. 35c per roll, 1 In. x GOO ft. Thn AInlvcrn Leader. 31tf. McKEE FUNERAL HOME Llnyil \V. (Mnr) MrKrr CARSON, IOWA .Ambiilflnrn Hfrvlro IMIONE If If) Carson f ! I i i I Climbing to a new high Demand for telephone service continues to mount. Installing poles, wires, switchboards and instruments can't be done by moss production. It is H job for individual people with trained and skillful hands . .. and feet. However, the task is proceeding as fast as possible. Although it is harder and harder for us to get materials we are catching up with the demand accumulated during war years and doing our utmost to meet today's needs-but the future is posing its problem*, too. To handle today's and tomorrow's service requirements calls for an expenditure of well over 100 million dollars to be spent during the next few years in the five states in which this company operates. This money must come, not from "war profits"— for the telephone company made none—but from investors attracted by earnings comparable to those afforded by similar investment opportunities. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY ITS HUMAN NATURE We don't blame him for not wanting to get up . . . he's having pleasant dreams about the John Deere tractor. Breeding Implement & Motor Co. carries a full line of John Deere implements . . . come in, we'll help you have pleasant dreams, too. BREEDING IMPLEMENT MOTORS L° JOHN OiER( PLYMOUTH DODGE DEALER

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