The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on September 19, 1946 · Page 3
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THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, SEPTEMBER 19, 1946 PAGE THREE WHO OWES WHOM? individual share of the national debt in 1933 was $179.33 and now it is approximately $1,962.00 ... a sizable liability. VYC OWe YOU, and are anxious to see that you get it at once ? these things: highest grain bids, dependable service, and honest business practices. BATES-COLLEN ELEVATORS Ray Collen - Phones: Office 5021, Residence 4551 - at Malvern, Strahan and Clark ggsmaaaaaMSgidSatagagaig^ a^^ C i? A »•' £ i SILVER CITY The Silver City public school; opened Sopt. 9 with an enrollment of 119 students, 43 In high school and 76 In the grades. Mrs. Tlshla McNay and daughters, Vera, Ona and Grace, entertained Mrs. Ida McCue and Mrs. Kate Maddocks at dinner Sunday. Mrs. Emma Market and sister. Miss Louise Bauerkemper, returned home Saturday from a six weeks trip to Seattle, Wash., and other western points. Mrs. Earl Maddocks and Mrs. Kate Maddocks drove to McClelland Wednesday and helped Mrs. E. Maddocks' mother, Mra. Lena Milton, celebrate her 80th birthday anniversary. Photographs That Please Popular Prices JULIUS STERN Ground Floor Location . No Steps to Climb 110 So. Elm Ph. 376 Shenandoah, Iowa Kntottatn at Dinner Party Saturday Kvralng Misses Ona and Grace McNay entertained at a dinner party Saturday evening at their home. Guests were Misses Willa Pullman and Bernlce Cllpson of this community; County Superintendent Amy Hammers and Elva Surface, Glenwood; Jessie Frazier, Malvern; and the hostesses, Ona and Grace McNay. Mies Pullman -who recently received her discharge from the Waves showed pictures and told of some Interesting experiences while In the service. fcl Silver City students leaving for college this fall are Kenneth and Lee Deitchler, University of Iowa; Charles Smith, Cedar Falls; Mary Clipson, John Turner and LeRoy Anderson, Wesleyan University, Lincoln, Neb. Silver City teachers who have gone elsewhere to teach are: Mrs. Chrlsta Hendrlx, Early; Ona McNay, Mtneola; Lucile Flammant, Mlllard, Neb.; Marjorie Burgoln, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Gait left Thursday for Cleveland, O., for a week's visit with their son, Harold Gait, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Myers were Sunday dinner guests of his sister, Mrs. Agnes Voss, of Council Bluffs. Miss Naomi Frazier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier, is attending the Omaha Bible Institute. Mrs. J. W. Parman returned home Sunday from a two weeks trip to Albany, Mo., her home town. She also visited relatives and friends at Denver, Mo., and Derby and Charitou. PASTEURIZED MILK IS Safe Milk For the same reason it is necessary that the consuming public insist that the milk supply be safe. This can be done through pasteurization. A»k Your Grocer for GLENWOOD CREAMERY MILK IT'S PASTEURIZED Hni>lUt Ki'iisliiHtun HUH Good Attfiiduiifp at FlfNt Mi'i-tJinc A good attendance was had at the opening meeting of the Baptist ladles' kenslngton last Wednesday afternoon following the summer vacation when they met at the home of Mrs. Charles Goodman with Mrs Ed Klggins assistant hostess. Mrs. Pearl Platt had charge of the devottonals and the president, Mrs. Etta Anderson, presided at the business session. The kenslngton chicken pie supper date has been set for Saturday, Oct. 26. Mrs. Platt had charge of a social program consisting of an advertising contest. Next meeting will be with Mrs. Carrie -McClure. The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church and their families will entertain the teachers at a pot luck luncheon at the church at 12 noon Thursday, Sept. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gant and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Rus?el Browning and son moved their household goods to Omaha Sunday where the men will be employed. The two ladles are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hen- drlx of Silver City. Relatives here have received an announcement of the marriage of Kenneth George Schoeniiig, son of Mrs. Eula Karr of Tabor, to Miss Opal Joyce Barker on Aug. 31 at San Luis Obispo, Cal. Honor Mr*. W. A. Hafcr on Moth lilrtlxlay { A party \vus given Sunday uft-1 ernoori by Mrs. W. A. Hafer at her home In honor of her mother, Mrs. Sophia Moseley's, 85th birthday anniversary. | Present at the social afternoon were the honor guest Mrs. Mo.se- ley, Mr. and Mrs. James Moseley, Mr. and Mrs. George Moseley and son Donald, Sidney; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schoening, Mrs. Alta Pullman, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Hendrlx, Mrs. Margaret Plumer, Mrs. Daiso Flammant, Miss Willa Plumer, Marvin Pullman and children and Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Phillips and son Ronnie of Council Bluffs. Guests Monday and over night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Clay were Mr. Clay's half j brother, Ralph Clay, and wife and son Wayne of Portland, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Rew entertained Mrs. Mattie Stranathan and son Fred of Tabor at dinner Sunday. Mrs. J. G. Vaughn returned to her home in Lincoln Friday after spending the past week with her mother, Mrs. Cecelia Van Kirk. Mrs. Alta Pullman and Mr. and Mrs, Shirley Heudnix drove 'to Wisner, Neb., Monday on business. Gummed tape In rolls for sale. 35c per roll, 1 in. I 500 ft. The Malvern Leader. Sltf. Proceedings °f Mills County Board of Supervisors OFFICE, MILLS COUNTY AUDITOR Glenwood, Iowa August 23, 1948 On this 23rd day of August, 1946, the Mills County Board of Supervisors of Mills County, Iowa met pursuant to the adjournment of August 6, 1946 for the purpose of opening bids for grading County Road "P" 1.3 miles Involving 29,609 cubic yards and County Road "C" from Highway Xo. 34 north 2.7 miles Involving 61,- •ilS cubic yards. The ISoard of Supervisors found that the County Auditor had published notice of this letting in the Opinion Tribune and Mills County and Siher City Times, official papers of Mills County. Bids received were as follows: County Road "C," Orville Eblen Construction Co. 17c per cu. Yd., Booth i- Olson 21e per Cubic Yard. Frank Eblen .129 Per Cubic Yard. Howard T. Palmer. .188 per Cubic Yard, Paul Babbitt .189 Per Cubic Yard. County Koud "P," Orville Eblen Construction Company .18 per Cubic Yard, Howard T. Palmer .168 Per Cubic Yard, Frank Eblen .18 per Cubic Yard. Howard T. Palmer .168 per Cubic Yard, Paul Uattltt .23 per cubic Yard. Contracts were awarded the two lowest bidders which were Frank Eblen of Atlantic, Iowa, County Road "C" at .129 per Cubic Yard and Howard T. Palmer of Malvern, Iowa, County Road "P" at .168 per Cubic Yard. The Board of Supervisors approved the "Applications for Permit to Sell Beer and Cigarettes" and the Bonds for Sale of Beer and Cigarette* of Joe Ludwlg and Roy Suanders, Mlneola, Iowa. There beltitf no further business to come before the Board of Supervisors at this time, they now adjourn to meet OKU In on the 6th day of September. 194$. Attest: Donald E. Strand, County Auditor. John Clark, Chairman, Hoard of Supervisors. OfFlCK. Mll.l.S COUNTY AUDITOR Glcnwood. Iowa September 6. 1946 On till* Bill day of September, 1946. the Mill* County Board of SupervU- or* met pursuant to the adjournment of AUirum £3. t!H8. with Supervuwrt Attun, Swwru and Clurk acting and . Thv following claim* w«r« «t)tow«4: COlfNTY VUNO W B. A*»n. MU«*S» A l»«r l%at ........... .. ...... ,...| 11.00 Durlintiton Trans p. Co Freight Mrs. Rollin Huffington, Mileage Uetty J. liurrington, Clerical Work John Clark, Mileage & Per D F. R. Chantry. Mileage Frankfl Carbon & Ribbon Co. .Supplies FUllar & Chambers. Supplies Fox Office Equip., Supplies.. Herztberg Craftsmen, Supplie Dr. R. K. Gooch. Med. Ser... Kva Goy. Clerical Work .... Opinion Tribune, Printing .., Hammond & Stephens. Use Tax Koch Bros., Supplies Kltpto Loose Leaf. Supplies. Iowa Old Age & Sur. Ins., S S. withheld LaRue Drug, Drug Supplies.. Dallas Moore, Labor R. J. McPherron, Road Comm. Arlene Montgomery, Clerical Work Fay MeManigai, Mileage .... R. J. McPherron. Local Registrar Fannie Clark, Local Registrar Cora Cramer, Local Reglslrar F.. C. Magaret, M. D., Med. Ser. Mills Co. Farm Uur., Third Allotment 1 Malvern Leader. Printing .... Mrs. Robt. Moore, Urd. & Lodg. Prls Miujon Publ. Co.. Suppllts Robt. Moore. Mil. & Exp Frank Logun, Mileage Kllpto Loose Leaf, Supplies... Metropolitan Supply, Supplies. Margaret Helen Bloomer, Mutt Parrotl & Son, Supplies. N, W, Hell Telephone, Service People* Nut. Qua, Service ---Radar Office Equip.. Supplies Gordon Slelner. Mileage ..... Mark Swart*, Mil. & Per D. .. Joe SUinuin. Labor ........... Silver City & Mills Co, Time*, Printing ................... Roy Wasaerman, Refund on Clg. Permit ................ K. C. Weir. Mod. Her ....... U. W. Wuyhburii. Mtleatitf . . . POOR FIT NIT Clinic, M«d. Sur ..... Mr*. Altu Church. llrU. Room N. \V. Colli Dr. f. H. urt "- KldUir K Groceries - 1.03 .45 14.00 95.10 1.00 a.-,~ 271.20 11.43 20.02 3.00 100.00 144.88 .49 2.51 11.74 79.68 145.60 2.20 6.50 144.00 .40 7.75 3.00 1.00 7.50 ,000.00 376.87 158.41 12.50 57.75 18.30 i 3.18 25.41 ! 104.02 | 48.75 72,14 ! 5.61 I 1.78 2.60 95.71 21.00 48.22 37,60 10.0(1 1.60 St.OO 45.00 21,00 J3.S& HI" »t Nur^iiiM" ' 'are la. Did Age & Surv. Ins. Co., S. S. \\ lihheld Mercy Hospital. Med. .Serv. .. N. W. Hell Teb-phune. Service A. R. .Newton. Kent Rexall Drug Stole, Drugs .... Albert Rnenfelilt, Aid Raynor Funeral Hume, Her\ ice Joe Sitzrnan, Janitor Work... T. K. Shonka. Med. Serv Safeway Store, Groceries ... Mrs. Alta Williams, Duplicate Warrant, lird. He Room .... POOR FARM Dufley's Market, Groceries ... Cathryn Henlncosa, Housework lirenion & Sons, Repairs .... Jamison's Store, Merchandise. Dr. Horner Whitney, Med. Serv Glenwood Lbr. & Coal, Coal . Mulvern Skelgas Ser., Service. K. C. Magaret, Med. Serv N. \V. Bell Telephone Co.. Service LaRue Prug Co., Drug Sup- pllea SIlx Rexall Drug, Drug Supplies Safeway Store, Groceries .... Richard Thomas, Labor COURT EXPENSE Thelma Hill, Clerk, Grand J.. la. Old Age & Surv. Ins., S. S. Withheld Ksther Engle, Crt. Rept T. R. Young, Huillff Fees C. S. Koyce. J. P. Fees Ray Halernan, Constable's Fees HANGS Mark W. Todd. Salvage LI1WARY Groller Society Inc., Hooks... la. Pupil's Reading Circle. Hooks MacMlllan Company, Hooks... The Methodist Publ. Co., liooks F. C. Sherer F.ATON DITCH F. C. Sherer. Dragline XS'ork.. INTEREST OF SCHOOL C. Fred Porter, Excess Inter' 'DOMESTIC' ANIMAL Fred Johnson, Damages Mrs. Earl Livelihood, Damages Chus. liennett, Damages M. K. Moore, Damages. MAINTENANCE Argil liacon. Labor Cobe Killmon, Labor Or\iHe Good, Labor Ivan Duseiiberry. Labor Eddie Hammers, Labor S, D. Mayberry, Labor Mervin liolton, Labor C. L. Mayberry. Labor Harry Potter. Labor Cluir Jones, Labor Roy Robinson, Labor M. D. Linvill", Labor Donald liacon, Labor Grant Chamberlain, Lnlj Louis Mayberry Labor John Helknap, Labor Sidney Moore, Labor Lowell Wiles, Labor Ray Hoyd. Labor .. Ray Chapman, Labor Ira Hayes. Labor W. A. Pollltt. Labor E. M. Straight, Labor Ivan Shook. Labor F. H. Vandershule, Labor .... Alfred Martin, Labor Guy Strahaiialhan, Labor .... Lester McClari, Labor Everett White, Labor Henry Tlmerman jr., Labor .. Donald Mayberry. Uthor Kniil Muyberry Labor •ARmco Drainage & Metal Prod culverts Hoyle Farm Eiiuipmetit Co., F.ciuituiteiu Burlington Transportation Co. Equipment Wilbur llcnscooler, Wanes ... Main Auto Supply. Repairs .. Boyle & Empkie. Equipment .. The llauir, Iron Co. Equipment 63.0(1 115.59 65.00 11.07 8.28 41.45 19.38 8.01 33.50 4.86 11.13 8.42 2.15 85.00 4.00 10.40 11.00 7.20 20.00 17.00 37.50 4.08 17.28 H.GII l.SO 705.00 433.59 Fliuieer Lbr, Co,, Lumber .. . Friil Picker, Repair* Standard Itlue Print, Supplie Sim lair Ucl'.lilliK. Diesel Fuel Salyers Auto Co., Ki|Ulpiiii-nt . Skelly Oil Co. Supplies Cliff Steunri. Wanes I-'. C. Si-tiefer. Dragline \vorl Paul KulholT. Inmirnnec ... \\'beeler's Super Ser., Kepa Tom White. Kepalrs CONSTRUCTION .Inhn Slowthnwer. Assist Don McMahlll, Labor . Dallas Moore, Ijibor ... Ray Chapman, Labor .. Donald liacon, Labor .. Argil llacon, Labor Cobe Killmon, Labor . Orville Good, Labor ... Ivan Duaenberry, Labor Eddie Hammers, Labor F. 11. Vandershule. Labor Alfred Martin, Labor . Guy Stranathan, Ijibor Lester McClary, Labor Everett White. Labor . .. Henry Tlmerman Jr., Labor S. I). Mayberry, Labor Mervin llolton, Labor C. L. Mayberry. Labor Donald Mayberry, Labor Kmil Mayberry, Labor K. M. Straight, Labor Ivan Shook, Labor .. Harry Potter, Labor . Roy Robinson, Labor George llrower, Labor .... Grant Chamberlain. Labor Louis Mnyberry, Labor Culvert Engineering. Repair. IMl Mi 2U.V76 .Ml II. HI III , IMI ISO. lift j 4^:! 77 7.80 l.uo 142.95 170.24 61.05 L'fi.HH 31.39 31.(6 23.76 17.82 17.82 r, ." 11.88 17.82 6.44 72.07 63.06 65. Kg 47.40 16.33 122.36 94.45 60.65 59.40 178.30 130.36 74.00 437.13 Mills Comity ser\livs . ." la. Minploynieni Sec. Comm., S. S, Withheld Standard nine Print CD,, Dine I'rinlH M:tinien.inee Fund. Mat'ls. Pur from Malnt. Fund f.7»2.1X The Hoard of Sii|»er\ l.«ors approved tin- Tax Suspension .Notice of Julln Huekingham. The Hoard of Supervisors approved the liond of Amy Hammers, Supt. of Schools. Tile Hoard of Supervisors approved the resignation of Alfred Green as Justice of the Peace in Plattvllb! Township. Tin- i.oard of Suprrvlsors agreed that the Fullerton Lumber Co. should furnish stoker coal at the County Poor Farm, tmld company being the only Company to nuhmlt bids. The Hoard of Supervisors approved the Contractor's Hand of Frank Kb- len In the amount of J7.910.02 the Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland being Ihe bonding company. They also approved the bond of Howard T. Palmer In the amount of |3,750.00. The Glenn Falls Indemnity Company being tho bonding company. There being no further business to come before the Hoard of Supervisors at this time they now adjourn to meet sine die. Attest: Donald K. Strand, County Auditor. John Clark Chairman. Hoard of Supervisors. GIFTS For All Occasions L. S. ROBINSON Glenwood, Iowa C. B & Q. R. 1!.. Freight . . .. Cuppel Machinery, Ivpjipment Highway Kxpress Lima ..... Freight .................... Ross Daniels, Freight ........ R. II. Daniels. Merchandise ... John I >ay Rubber & Supply Co. Kiiulptrient ................. Dens-Oil Lubricant Co. F.nuip- ment ....................... Daniel Hardware. F.iiulpmcnt. . D-.V Lubricant Co., Grease .. Eaton Metal Products I'orp.. CuUerts ................... Fullerton Lbr. Co. Lumber ... Fuchs Machinery & Supply, Ooy Oil Co., Diesel Fuel ...... Fldtar & Chambers, Supplies. . Glenwood Machine Shop. Repairs ....................... Ueiidrlx Service Station Repairs ...................... Otto Hull & Son, KiiulPmviii . . Highway Equipment Co. Equip mont ...................... la. Employment Security Com. S. S. Withheld ............. lu. Power & Liijht, Service . . L, H. Ktttelman Co. Equipment ...................... Lincoln Steel Work*, Kqutp. . . Murphy lira*. Chvv. Co., KB- palm ...................... Netir. Tract & Equip. IV. Repair* ...................... T. J. Moore. ltu.diu.tyr repair., Northwestern Oil, l.ubrleuul.. vbntDktt ttrlOiiv & Supply, Lumber .................... Fruit A Grocery Co, Su.lij 511.91 1U7 6.25 7,14 1.25 140.00 251.01 3.47 31 11 204.US 171.09 171.13 2.63 23.0& aaa "a You'll have more time for recreation "American Style" with simple efficient John Deere farm implements from Breeding Implement & Motor Co. Every feature is designed to leave you less tired with more work accomplished. BREEDING IMPLEMENT & MOTORS 1 - 0 JOHN DEERE- PLYMOUTH • DODGE DEALER t'aaxs vuv/ K PIPER CUB '

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