The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on September 19, 1946 · Page 2
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 2

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, September 19, 1946
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PAGE TWO THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, SEPTEMBER 19, 1946 *EMAITCHESS* Rovinjf Reporter Hy Joyrr Ann f'nmpbHI tfi itijTIHt Uiivo ymi noticed -Mr. Overstr'-rt's bricht tirs Miss Rviffineton'p huK» earrincs Rose Marie Flck<?l and Lois Jones new ClSSR'-P? Frances Robinson's two-toned M 1 - " Carol Johnson's many bracelets? Orvie I.fu'p haircut? Myron Harrirnan's whiskers? (he must have forKottcn to shave this month) Donald Donner's stndylnc? The pleepy stud' nts arid teR'-hers the morning after thp street dance? A fri?ky little pray mouse has b<-f'n entertaining the library frirls with his anlics. He (or she) pokes his head .from behind the bookcase and if all is quiet, scamps nut to run up and down, disappearing at the ellp- htest. noise. Several alumni have been visiting high school before they leave for their respective colleges? Lost, Found and Miscellaneous l/ost : Pif. ( -p. Thf- kid* who at- tf-nd»'d th" street dancp W'-dnes- day. Found: ono math tfarher. In- tcTf-tffl: Many feminine admirers \Vnnfd: "Juice" for our new fluorescent lleht<=. I-o't: A fat, juicy, hank balance of some $200. Senior Class. Wiii'ninjt: Student council monitors on a constant prowl. Found: Four new <hper leaders I'ep C'luh. Missing: 2 tablespoons of bicarbonate of soda from Home et. kitchen. (It seems a picnic dinner was held there. Suspects are those who participated. I I/ist: "Hope for the human racf" Quoted from H. G. Wells by Mr. Mover. Pep Club Members of the I'ep Club held their first meeting Sept. 12 to choose this year's cheer leaders. Those who took the tumors were Patty Perkins, Marcie Ellis, Joyce Campbell and Carol Johnson. New members this year Include Fern Stroud, Janet Haden, Mafda Fox, freshmen; Marcie Ellis and Hetty Carlson sophomore; Genelle Stevens, Thersa Dyke, Lois Gearhart, juniors; Shirley Platt, Margaret liolton, Evelyn I-utz, seniors. During the second meeting held Sept. 13, the. following officers were elected: Frcdla Hall, pres.; Joan Trlvely. viee-pres.; Shliley Piatt, sec. and treas. The club IB expecting a big year with n lot of enthusiasm and pep toward school activities. .MISS HfFKl.VfiTOX Miss Huffington was sitting at the desk in the assembly when I interviewed her and * learned the following things: She Is the principal of jMalvern High school this year, as she was last. She sponsors the senior class and the Student council as last year. It Is the latter organization If you'll remember, who was largely responsible for the purchase of the movie projector for the school. She also teaches two classes, of freshman English, one of sophomore English and American literature. Miss Huffington received her college training at Mills College and 1'nlversity of California. Third: Fourteen boys and ten cirl? are in the third grade. They have been reviewing some of their second grade work so it will help them this year. Fifth: This year there are 23 children in fifth grade, ten boys and thirteen pirts. One day last week we enjoyed Ronald Flckel's rock and shell collection. Donna Rice brought a kaleidoscope to school for us to look through. It was interesting to see all the different pretty designs that could be made by turning It around and around. Janet Anderson attended the circus in Omaha last Thursday. On Friday morning she told us about some of the most exciting things she saw. \Ve have been studying insects in science. Dick Robinson brought some cflterplll- ers for us to watch develop and Verlin Shere brought a cocoon. We are anxious to see what comes out of it. Tuesday we enjoyed a vacation as the teachers were at a meeting In Red Oak. SUlli: Thirteen girls and eight hoys are enrolled In our grade. We are busy reviewing and finding out how much we have forgot- ten during vacation. It was a pleasant surprise to have, new science and geography text books. In our study of the British Empire, we have chosen Drily Darnold to have charge of the bulletin board. She will arrange the pictures, newspaper clippings and Interesting things w-e find about this big group of countries. Those having 100 in spelling for the first week of school are: Kathrlne Dalrymple, Connie Landis. Barbara Shonka Ann Lonpstreet, Gail Plummer, Sally Mnlholland and Dixie Zanders. Seventh: In geography we made production maps. In history class we have had exhibitions which help with our studies of Indians. These are the names of five students who have entered Malvern Public school In the 7th grade that weren't present last year: Anita Primrose. Donald Jones, Donald Needs. Nina Anderson and Lowell Hardy. Klghth: There are 35 students in the eighth grade this year. Glen Adklns, Carolyn Alberts, Buddy Anderson and Patty Vanderpool are new students. Our first projects were the making of a pamphlet on the Growth of Transportation, a dally schedule for health and starting a Discovery Table for Science. HENDERSON DEVELOPING AM) PRINTING We can now give even faster service on film brought In before 9 a. in. It will be ready by 5 p. m. the same day. ISIMI2H :«<• (IHI-122 4(ir Hcprliit.s ;Jc mid up Jones Photo Studio riiimi- 7<t(i-,j North Slil<» Square U«»«l (>nk First: In the first grade we have seventeen girls and twelve boys. We are now studying our first unit on "The Farm" which is very Interesting. Miss Churchill has placed about the room Interesting pictures concerning the farm. Kwoml: We have fourteen boys and ten girls in our room. Phyllis Proctor entered Wednesday. We are happy to have five new swings at school. Anita Welihausen is visiting us. She goes Jo school in Mexico. Fourth: There are eleven boys and eleven girls in fourth grade this year. We have started a Science Discovery Table and have brought many thing of interest. Wi- have a new germ lamp which is supposed to kill the germs in our room and thi-refort-, help our attendance. The following made 100 iii spelling; Curtis Clark, Hie- hard Sherp, Frances liird and Marilyn Campbell. Young People's Mooting HHil at .Ainlck Homo The Henderson and Wesley Chapel Methodist young people held their usual two week party In Mrs. Amlck's basement last Thursday evening. The worship service was led by Norma Aliens- worth with several other girls participating. Election of officers was held with the following results: president, Donna Allensworth; vice president, Jean Gary; secretary and treasurer. Jerry Byers; worship leader, Norma Allensworth; recreation leader, Marian Harbor; mission leader, Lois Rew. The committee served a dell- clous refreshment, watermelon. All attending reported a fine evening. Mr. and Mrs. Zack Hillard will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sept 24 at their home two miles south and >/i ml. Washington east of the Wheeler Grove black- daughter, Mrs. smith shop. Open house will be and famliy. from 2 i>. m. until 5 p. m. Every one is cordially Invited to call. The pupils of the high school enjoyed roller skating at Red Oak Monday evening. The initiation of the freshmen was held last Friday at the school and the roller skating .Monday was the parly. There are 175 pupils enrolled in the Wales Consolidated school. Otto Farrlngton returned to his home from Missouri where he had taken treatment for rheumatism. Evan Tibbies and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tibbies have returned from Idaho Falls, Ida., where they visited Jud Tibbies who Is seriously 111. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rutledge of Los Angeles, Cal., have been visiting his parents here. The trip was made by auto. Marlln Mercer, a former resident here but now of Red Oak, has entered the state teachers college at Peru, Neb. Gerald Vlner and family and Mrs. Claude Holt and Vera Braden spent Friday in Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Seymore Hendrix and Betty Jo were Omaha callers Friday. Leora Harbor and nephew, Roger Fink, of Omaha spent the week end with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Summers of are visiting their Fred Rhoader, Mi?s Mary Lou Latiehlin who attc-nds Ptrahan high school spent the week end at the home of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. (',. E. Laughlin. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Henderson drove to Glenwood Sunday forenoon to meet Mrs. Nora Longstreth of DCS Moines who was returning from a visit with relatives at North Platte. Neb. She was formerly Nora Young and lived with her parents and her sisters, Emma and Avis. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Kerney and Miss Josie Kerney visited Rev. and Mrs. John Trimble and family Thursday afternoon at their parsonage home at Wesley Chapel. The Trimbles recently moved to this location from Newcastle. Wyo., where he had been the pastor for three years. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Henderson. Barbara, Richard, Marilyn and Karen, Harold Terry, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Henderson and Mrs. Emma Longstreth drove to Red Oak Sunday to attend the annual Henderson pictlc In a park there. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Clay, Edna and Velma Joined a group of relatives at Glenwood lake park Sunday In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clay and son who are visiting here from Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stocker of Ottumwa spent several days last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Roy Proctor, after vacation- Ing In Minnesota the preceding week. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Kerney returned to Newcastle, Wyo., Friday after spending a week at the home of his mother, Mrs. Laura Kerney. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Benscoter of Oakland were dinner guests Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shaw. Stanley, Jimmie and Marjorie Largent were overnight guests In Hastings Saturday at the home of their gradmother, Mrs. Allle Largent. Their parents attended services In Hastings Sunday morning after which all of them and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hickerson and children went to the home of Mr. and Mra. Jack Largent for a cooperative dinner. H was a triple celebration as it was the anniversary ot the double wedding of C. C. Largent's and the Hlckerson'a and the birthday of Jack Largent. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fifsel- man and son of Miiford. Neb., were guests of his brother Elmer Fieselman and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Darnold and Leanna of north of Council riluffs were guests Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. W. F. Messlnger, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph dilleland of Kansas, City were supper guests Thursday evening of his sister, Mrs. Clark Templeton and family Bob Templeton accompanied the Gllleland's home and will attend Art School there this year where he was awarded a scholarship. Charles Mapes, Theron Mlck- elson and Reinhardt Nagle are attending Malvern high school. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Deal and son of Missouri Valley were the guwsts Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Proctor and Edward. WESLEY CHAPEL Edwin McGrew arrived home last week, having received his discharge. He will help his father on the farm for the present. Mnx Stonebreaker returned recently from a visit at DeKalb, 111., with Mr. and Mrs, Claud Wilson. The first meeting of the fall of the O. E. S. was held last Wednesday at Macedonia. The 30th anniversary of the chapter will be held In November. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Robbing and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lisle returned from Camdenton, Mo., Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Robblns are enjoying their vacation at the Rabbins home In Missouri. Mary Jo Is staying with her grandparents during their absence. Dwlght Parker, accompanied by his parents, left for Ames Tuesday where he has enrolled for his freshman year In engineering. Lee Robblns will not return to Lincoln for college work this fall but will remain on the farm for the present. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Plumb and family visited their son Paul at Columbus, Mo., over the week end and attended the funeral of his wife's mother who had been making her home with them. Mrs. Wilkins, mother of Mrs. Henry Washbnrn, left by planp for Los Angeles. Cal., Monday after several months visit with relatives here and at Tabor. She celebrated her 84lh birthday while here. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Cool left this week for a fishing trip in northern Minnesota and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Allely and family were dinner guests at the home of her brother near Essex. The occasion was In honor of Mrs. Allely's birthday. Her parents and other relatives were present. Mr. and Mrs. Cletis Blakesley and her mother, Mrs. Emma Smith, drove from their home in Minnesota for a few days visit with their brother and son, Ralph Smith. Joan Stonebreaker left Sunday for Drake University in DPS Moines for her sophomore year of college. She was unable to find housing at Iowa University for this year. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Plumb and Betty last Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. William Hubble of Albuquerque, N. M. Mrs. Hubble was a former roommate of Betty's at Ames. Sunday- Mr, and Mrs. 3. H. Wright of Glenwood were their dinner guests. Ed Yakllck left Wednesday for Boulder, Colo., where he Is enrolled In law. Mrs. Yakllck will remain with her parents until they can secure living accommodations. Henry Washburn, Otha Wearln and Frank Wallace of Glenwood are spending the week at Camdenton, Mo. Accidents killed more persons 2 to 27 years of age In 1944 than any disease, reports the National Safety Council. McKEE FUNERAL HOME Lloyd W. (Mac) McKce CARSON, IOWA Ambulance Service PHONE 100 Carson Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moore celebrated their 38th wedding anniversary Sept. l»i. Bill Harbor who teaches school at Afton spent the week end with home folks. The members of the Mothers' club enjoyed a social time Friday afternoon with Mrs. Herman Coppock. W. B. Wheeler and Mrs. Stew- FOR SALE Ne\v, heavy duty ofl'set Tandem Discs with 22" blades and enclosed oil bearings. A su- . perior all purpose tillage tool. BYER GARAGE & IMP. CO. Hamlin, Kan. H-3. Mrs. Mary Wilkenson spent the art were Omaha and Council \vt>ek «,nd with her daughter, Gay- Bluffs callers last Friday le and husband in Council Bluffs. A family reunion of ' Mrs. Dean Freeman and daughter, Mrs.! Coppock visited friends in Macedonia Tuesday. Robert Wight left the last of the wetk for Amos to take up his college work. He completed one year before he entered service. Mrs. Orlo Harris visited her son Dwayne and family in Omaha a few days last week. HELPS YOU and Others Too! • when you ovoid long conversations on your farm line— m when you allow a reasonable time between call*. t • • then you are a good farm line neighbor and this cooperative spirit encourages others to share the line too— makes service best for all NORTHWESTERN BELL TCkCPHONE COMPANY relatives enjoyed a dinner Sunday at the Will Rutledge home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Fritcher were in Missouri several days last week, Mr. Fritcher taking part in a rodeo, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Harover have been enjoying a visit with their son Robert and family. Mrs. Buster Brown entertained Mesdames Buster Brown and a few friends at supper last Frl- Menifee were in Coun- day in honor of their daughter, Elizabeth Ann's, birthday. Margaret Harbor spent the week end In the Pearl Mercer home in Red Oak. There was a good attendance at the Methodist aid Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Faye Butterfleld read a letter of thanks from the cil Bluffs. Tuesday. Mrs. Virgil Galloway of Shenandoah, former resident of Henderson, left a few days ago for Pennsylvania to visit her son De- Ivin and family. Mrs. Frank Rupe has returned from Corning where she had been helping in the care of her parents who are ill. Leo Boileau has gone to Ames where he expects to attend college this fall. The school began on Wednesday of last week to serve the hot lunches for the year. Jud Coppock and Will Small moved the body of Mrs. Straight at the. cemetery here to another lot. She has been burled 27 years. Mrs. Bevls Sowers is the new treasurer of the Christian Aid. She succeeds Mrs. C. A. Wight. me force lhat Molds Up the Rainbow Natural Bridge.. OILPLATES Your Eng Philllpine Islands for the clothes they had received from the aid. They were greatly apreclated. Mesdames C. H. Amick and Carl Isaacson served lunch. There Is to be a special service at the regular church hour Sunday, Sept. 22, at which time Rev. and Mrs. H. B. Amstutz expect to be present. He will give the — - «'---*•'•-•-•***' I* 1»*£A*VLU< Mrs. Dave Owens returned to message, his subject being "Un- her home Thursday from a few published Victories in Malaya" days stay with her daughter, Mrs. This will be a rare treat Every- Kenneth Oliver In Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McSweeney were visitors in the Clyde Gravltt home near Emerson Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Dye of Mac- t-doniu are enjoying u trip to California, visiting relatives. Tlu- friends of Mr«. Klslo DauuluTty ure glad to Iwurn sht> Is ubk> to bo out uguln after u fww llU.Vb illllChS. Church KvrvU-vH bi'Kun Suutluy ut tin- Chrlstlitii church ut 7: at) liisii'uil uf S:uu. Koi'i> tliv chaiiKu In miiitl Mr uml Mr» Wilbum Uou»«-r .mil MPII Knil>- tt.'iv In one Invited to attend. 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