The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on November 7, 1946 · Page 3
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THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, NOVEMBER 7, 1946 PAGE THREE City .Innlor flnss to Prp«K-nt a 3-.Art Ootnwly Which Shall He Marry a hi larlons 3-act comedy by'omerra Denlson, win be presented by thr> Silver City junior class Friday Nov. 8. at 8 p. m. in the gymnasium. The cast Includes Mariloiilse Sanders, Donna Lee Mott. Frances Clipsom Alta Ann Ord Carlta Krnse, Joan Adams, Betiy Boyer Bob Henderson and Donald Daily. The sextet and trio will furnish music between acts. The girls in the sextet are Marilyn Boles Catherine Skerritt, Joan Adams, Bonnlp Kruse, Donna Lee Mott and Carita Kruse. The Rlrls In the trio are Frances Clipson. Betty Ann Techau and Lois Decker. The first public presentation of thp girls RlF-e r(ub will he on DPC. 3 ovpr KFNF radio station. At this time both glee club and email groups will present a half hour program. , A boys glee club has been organized and we hope a mixed group will soon be in order. Perhaps by Christmas time they will be ready for a public audition. The Baptist kenslngton will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. H. Klrlln. Mrs. n. A. Flanagan left for California Thursday where she will visit relatives and friends for a month. Liilio Robertson, Minnie Hays. Millie Bond, Mag- Rie Mass. Letha Jones and Sasl« Stewart attended the Rebekah f-irrle and bazaar at Hastings >> ednosday. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Stewart entertained at dinner Thursday evening for his mother, Mrs. Alice Stewart, of Glenwood and sister. Mrs. A. E. Freemore, of Tomah, Wls. Mrs. Freemore left Friday morning for Davenport where her husband is employed with the telephone and telegraph company. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Harbin of Los Angeles, Cal., were visitors at the home of Mrs. Llllle Robertson frnm Sunday till Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jilggins spent the week end in Lincoln N»>., with their son, R. L. Rig- Bins, and family. While there they attended the Missouri-Nebraska football game. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ouster PII- tertalnfd at a 8 o'clock dinner Wednesday in honor of their daughter ISonnle's birthday anniversary. Additional guests were Mr and Mrs. Robert Harrington and daughter Phyllis and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Sprinkle all of Council Hlufts. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ellsworth spent the week end in Lincoln, Neb. The young people of the Methodist church enjoyed a hay rack ride Tuesday night. Shower at n Srhool A miscellaneous shower given in honor of Miss Shirley Suhr and Glenn Robertson by friends of the Evergreen community was held at the Evergreen school Sunday afternoon with 130 friends and relatives present. The program was patterned after the bride and groom program over the radio. Taking part were Iza Schoening. Isabelle Hansen. Ona L*e Miller, Edith Bryant, Oenevleve Kruse, Letha Brandt, Mildred Kruse, Charles Kruse. Marilyn Schoening, Deanna Hansen, Billy Hansen and Bernard Bryant. Prizes were given to the eldest guest present which went to jrtrs. Ollle Oilman and the young- est guest of school ag«. Barbara Xuckolls. Mr?. R. P. Gait won the prize for guessing the correct weieht of a largo pumpkin. Btirlc ice cream. whit>? cake decorated with pink rosebuds and coffee were served In a hal- lowe'en decorated school room. Orange and black nut cups were used for favors. One happy instance on this day was that the four Robertson brothers, Glenn, Warren. Harvey and Claude, sons of Mrs. Lillie Robertson, were able to be together for the first time since December, 1941. Miss Shirley Suhr and Glenn Robertson plan to be married in December. Richard Clipson received his discharge at Jacksonville, Fla.. and arrived home Sunday night. The seventh and eighth grade students and their teacher. Miss Elva Surface, enjoyed a theater party at Gl^nwood In^t Wrdn^'5- day nieht and later were servpil refreshments at the home of Miss Surface in Glenwood. Guy Castpr. XV. A. Pollitt, A. P. Jones and Cliff Stewart at- tpndrd the I. O. O. F. lodge in Glenwood Tuesday night. The girl scout troop and their leaders. Mlssns Grace Mc.Vay and \Villa Pullman, held a hallowe'on party at the school house following their regular moeting Wednesday. Next meeting will be at the home of Miss Pullman. Ronald Coates, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Coatp?, broke both bones in his left arm Sunday Mrs. Cecelia Van Kirk and daughter, Mrs. John Hettlnger, went to Lincoln, N r pb.. Sunday for a week's visit In the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Vaughn. The W. S. C. 8. will meet Wednesday, Nov. 20, at the church to make plans for the bazaar which will be held at the church Saturday. Nov. 23. STVDENT fWXOI, 1V1M1S IP M.U;.\ZI.\K S.U.KS Oct. 11 the Student Council and volunteers from the student hotly smarted selling macasine subscriptions -.- the goal to make $f>00 profit. It takes many subscriptions to make JBOO profit so we are quite pleased that we made $1.10 profit by Oct. 28. The money will be used to rent films for our new movie- projector and to huy new books and magazines for the school library. To any one who could sol! 30 subscriptions, a frpe subscription to any magazine on the list. Lois Genrhart was the only one who gold 30 subscriptions. Robert Frnzier who sold 23 and Elva Chamberlain who sold 22 will receive awards. Is i--arr!"d nut - - soon! A rornmitfr-o j<: wnrkinc on th« Pep C'luh Veil Honk to be pub- IKhfd soon and distributed for a small fee. It rontflin'5 many now veils nn<l several of the old ones that ar*> still popular. . .. VAUGHN HOOVER .. *EMAITCHESS* Soft Drink Price Controls Removed .. . But Most retailers are NOT raising any prices except on items which now cost more at wholesale. The wholesale price of Coca-Cola has not been raised and will not be raised in the predictable future. You may expect your dealer to continue to sell Coca- Cola for the old established price. You may still buy Coca-Cola for 5c a bottle or the six bottle carry home package for 25c and 12c bottle deposit. Coca-Cola Bottling Co. SHENANDOAH, IOWA You'll be "all • ear*" when you hear about the powerful tractor* and the simple tractor attach* menU at the be»t implement dealer in town. Come in and »e« the modern John Deere equipment that it »o convenient and reasonably priced. Alcohol in Bulk Car Heaters Ear Corn Ventilators Floor Mate Seat Cover* White WalU for the Wheel* Tire Chain. 1 Uwd 10A Htmweraull 2 New No. SO Let* Grinder* BREEDING IMPLEMfNU MOTORS JOHN UIEHE PLYMOUTH DODGE DEALER Junior Class Play Cast Now Rehearsing On Nov. 21 and 22 the junior class will present a class play entitled "Brother Goose." T!ie cast of eight girls and thr, e boys, was selected from the persons who tried out. The leading male part went to Leonard Boehner while Theresa Dyke contracted the leading feminine role. Others Included in the oast are Shorty Plumb, Wib Stogdlll, Dorothy Alley, Joyce Campbell, Marlene Johnson, Lois Gearhart, Darlene Winters, Patty Perkins and Betty Bailey. Miss Huffman Is the play director. Carol Johnson and Alice Smith are ticket managers, while Junior Martin and Eugene Leu are stage managers. Play practice started Oct. 28. Notice to the disturbing elements at the night practices: Visiting hours are from 4 to 6. Please confine your conversation to that period and call on us when we ask you. SKMOIIS PLAN F<M>» HAM-; SATt'RDAV The mighty seniors have again lit upon what they hope -will be a successful money-making event, a food sale, scheduled to take place at Mansfield's Saturday, Nov. 9. Since all foodstuffs will be contributed, the class Is sure of making a clear profit. With several members from the country contributing such rare Items as eggs, milk, sugar (that's right, sugar!) and lard, the food stand is certain to be loaded with cakes, pies, cottage cheese, cupcakes, popcorn balls and many other delicacies. As a fair warning, the class urgc>s all housewives to come early to avoid missing a very good chance of buying homemade food, made by the best cooks In the world — our mothers! Chances will also be sold on an angel food cake at 25c each. The seniors are also preparing for their big Thanksgiving dance Wednesday. Nov. 27. featuring Warren Darrah's orchestra. An enormous turkey will be given as a door prize. Ticket sales began Nov. 1 and since the lucky winner need not be present to collect, sates are expected to soar sky-high — we hope! Prp Club Puts Out New Vrll Bonk After much discussion It has been decided that the Pep club gets to take one P. T. period ft week to practice on various activities such as drills, etc., for the coming games. Several new amendments have bepn added to its constitution which was adopted last year. Discussion wns held on glvina a celebration In honor of the football boys. Wo hope this idea Dial 84SI Mftltera J. H. BECKWITH Insurance Phone 2111 3Gtf. GIFTS For All Occasions L. S. ROBINSON Glenwood, Iowa PIPtH CUU Froislimun Oal.i Trample HonlorN in Softball A freshman Softball team, captained by Joeune Platt, made the seniors look like a bunch of lazy daisies In a game Tuesday which ended 12-4. Frieda's pitching for the seniors was average but the base help and fielders were not. Homeruns were not a rarity to the freshmen but spelled casualty for the seniors. Marie A.. Frieda, Evelyn, Phyllis H., Rose Marie, Marilyn, Dorothy W,, Joan T., and Phyllis W. tried to ward off the scoring freshmen. Led by Joenne, the freshmen used Maldn, Rosalie, Betty P., Florence, Betty H., Janet H., Feme S., and Lorraine Bird to put the seniors on that proverbial bottom rung. SUBJECT SIDELIGHTS By Mary Ann Blngham The seniors have been working on a group of maps showing the land claims in North America and their changes during the years. There are to be four of these maps, the first showing the claims from 1600 to 1650; the second the year of 1750; the third 1763; the last 1783. The sophomores have also handed In a map showing the land claims during 1750. Some required reading has also been given the class in world history. "One God" has been assigned to help them find out about various kinds of religion. "Little America" was assigned to give an idea of conditions in polar region. For our pleasure "The Story of Roast Pig" was assigned. This is a highly humorous story but also Interesting. The freshman class has chostfu its class motto, colors and flower. Their motto, "If you fall, fall forward"; their colors, green and white; their flower, the white or pink carnation. In English the freshmen are studying the proper procedure for class meetings hoping that they may have more orderly meetings. A great many odors came from the typing room one day when the class cleaned the typewriters with a few cleaners. The bulletin board:* deserve some credit this week for we have some very original ones. The English room is decorated with some of the seniors free hand art. In honor of hallowe'en It is done in orange aud black in the shape of witches, cats and everything you associate with hallowe'eu. In the couuuwclal room « Van Johuson bulletin board Is put up. It seems that Van (» taking a commercial couroe aud so thousand* of girls are aeudlug hint fau mull lu shorthand, Some »atuple« of thaw aud hi« picture are fouud carefully mouuted by tuo girl*. That \vu» nut {iiuui&iu pfe in room s TUurwiay. it wtu merely a vuu»v*iu cuuktea (row Uu» cuu* !«»14» wbicb |low«4 Ail day. and NOW... 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