The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on November 7, 1946 · Page 4
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*AGE FOUR Local News THE MALVERN LEADER. MALVERN, IOWA, NOVEMBER 7, 1946 Irmp Weber rpfnrned Sunday to hpr home Neb., after a three w, cnn the home of hpr sistr, Mrs. John and Mrs. Zelma Fletcher returned pdnepday evening from West in Lnion where she liad spent three days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Alexander. Mrs. Fred Col- -ame Friday nteht for week th end visits at home. Mr. and Mr?. Clifford A VPS and children of Melbourne were we«>k end K ,,Pst.« In the r,len Dalrymple home. Mrs. Jennie Aves arrompa- nled thr-rn and is remaining for an Indefinite visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jark Wederquist and dauchlrr Jane moved to Malvern this wr, f . h fl . om SIdnf nnd TV-MI orrupy ih P home of Mrs »• " 'llely. Mr. Wederquist is employed by the Soil Conservation service. Mrs. Allely will leave the middle of the month Mrs. A. P. Barnard, Miss Eunice riarnard and Mrs. Don See- KT of Creston attended the wedding Sunday of Miss Evelync Cory and Robert Rirkby at Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barnard were members of the wedding party. Mr. flirkby, active In district boy scout work, has many Malvern friends. Carroll Houser, student at Iowa Cnlverslty, spent the week "nd at home, returning to his studies Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nelll Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bennett attended the Nebraska-Missouri football (tame at Lincoln Saturday. Mrs. F. E. WH«m went to Un- roln Tuesday where she visited her sons at the university. A son was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Oldley jr. at Immanuel hospital In Omaha. He has been named Thomas William III. His grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Cidley and Mrs. H. T. Beattie. He Is the first child and first grandchild for the '". Seeger left Saturday for Mitchell, N>b., where she w||"| visit in th" homo of her daughter. Mrs. Robert Harris, and .Mr. H.irris. Mr. Senger will join her next Tuesday and they will return Inter in the week. Mrs. A. G. Lawrle of Geneva. Wfs., who was called here by the death of her brother. Dr. A. E~ Wolfe, of Carson Is sisters, Mr?.. Poai Mrs Earl MrCormlck had the misfortune to fall while at her duties In the Mnlholland store Monday, breaking her shoulder bone and bruising hpr face. Her condition Is rood although she suffer." n great rtenl. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Mathews nttrnded funem! services at Whiting Wednesday for their cranddnnehter Cheryl Lee, two day old danchtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hishtshoe of Kings Mr. nnd Mrs. R. I,. Collen were wci'k end .cnpsts of Mr. and Mrs. F,. R. Settle at Rock Port. Mo, Th"y attende,] the Nebraska-I.in- '•nin football parne together on Sa'iirday. .Mr. and .Mrs. Byron Church c.-imp Wednesday from Hillsboro for K \j.sii v. iih Air. Clmrrh's sls- ter-i. Mrs. If. J. Benton and Mrs. '.v Jones of Mrs. W. A. O>.I(i«Tll left Wednesday morning by train for Des Molnes where she -will visit in the home of her brother-in-law and f-ister. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Van Horn of f'onn--i! Bluffs were Sunday guests of Miss Blanche Hammond. Mrs. A. A. Benton nnd James Henton were guests Tupsday evening in thp Ralph MrPherron home in Olenwood for dinner. The occasion complimented A. T. Benton. recently discharged from the army and Mr. nnd Mrs. L. W. McKnicht who will spend the wintf-r in Oklahoma. Mrs. O. n. Hyde entered the E.-imundson hospital In Council Bluffs this week for observation and treatment. Mrs. Ralph Chapin of Tulsa, Okla., is visiting her brother nnd wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. \\. McFall. Mrs. \ei| Donner returned to Petty Clark and Betty Weak. We chose from each grade ... In art we made posters with bat*, corn shocks, pumpkins, a tree nnd a moon. We were supposed to color them any way we wanted . . . Sixth (trade have had several tests this week. They have had a reading test and are going to have an English test this week. We also made Thanhs- giving posters. We are going to send out Red Cross boxes. They are to go overseas. Some of the articles we r.re going to send are two pencils in each box, n scratch pad. a rubber ball nnd a cake of toilet sonp. Some of the things City; Mr. and Mrs n*nu and Janet of Malvern • M nfn Mrs. c. C. Wflhfthn Flowm 1 Charles of new and Jerry tO the Tlcin, of DCS Moincg Saturday for pheasant hunting home Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Freddie of Oi last-Thursday for a with Mr. and Mrs. RoyTroZ and Edward. Octor Mrs. Laura Kerney and di dav . Miss Babs " - -— Mrs - J ' M ' Ca PP e l was In Orna' had been re- Mr. and Mrs. J. Dr. W. A. Rush of Bedford were Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. Darrell Cos- leave this te llo of Columbia, S. c., were guests of his brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Costello, the first of the week. Mrs. O. c. Rhlnehart returned will for some time """" c "" rn rern- yvnen he returned to To- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Martin T^i^ r \ Rwh> Who has Ylslted SLrS-J^"tt«r '™ —.«*•£ STLT5S HASTINGS HAPPENINGS had a haliowe'en party at Mr. Boos' home. For refreshments we had orange juice, potato chips, pickles and meat sandwiches. The house was decorated with strips of crepe paper and balloons. There was also a room called the catacombs. Some of the games we plaVed were guessing noses and pinning the tail on the cat. We left about 10. High School: The Junior class has finally ordered its class rings. The same day the seniors were given an opportunity to choose their announcements. The high school is making plans for broadcasting at KFNF Nov. IB. The Mrs. Johanna Olson went t« Malvern last Thursday f or a f days visit at the home of h * - 11 """ 1 '- Mrs. Wm. !,„(,, an " Mr and Mrs. Omar Cozad and Carolyn of Strahan, Raymond Laughlln and Dallas of HasHnJ, Mr and Mrs. Hugo Selpold and O H {Ml J1W H... .*•. * •»Illi . of Mr. and Mrs. o. E . Laugh "n an d Marjr ^ The «£ was In honor of Mrs. Laughlln or her birthday which was the following day. Mary Lou bated the birthday cake for her mother. Enid McMahon ... _„,„„„. Tue H H nand M !" S - C ' C " Clark Ie « Tuesday evening for Des Molnes m. M » * he Btate teachers meeting. Mr. Clark is a delegate IV virtue of his office as pre sl ! memh °' "" d ' 8tr ' Ct and "a member of the delegate assem- —. -.. .'u.nun cuiu i*IISS IlUin BUshnell were in Council Bluffs Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Barkus and Miss Bushnell visited their cousin, Mrs. Margaret Gollng- horst, who Is a patient at Mercy hospital and the McFalls visited *!'"; S i . Van . Horn who '» "'so Hnll A Broken lx*g Sunday Wallace Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Haunce Hall Is in the Mercy hospital In Council Bluffs suffering from a broken leg he acquired Sunday when he was run over by a load of railroad ties. « irip Saturday to Pocahontas county for pheasant a "° nta8 r. Blckley and sons have located In Mal- from Blackfoot, Tlnk and Blue Shower for Mrs. Walter Con- Mrs. Jack Largent and Mrs l*!. r , ald ^ Io , sler entertained at a shower Hastings Resident --- .-+ Lewellen, Neb. Arthur E. Kelso, son of Marlon and Maria Kelso. passed away Oct. 28, 1946 at the age of 62, at his home In Lewellen, Neb' 'Death was attributed to acute gastritis. He is survived by one brother, Frank of Cook, Minn., and four sisters. Myrtle of Meadow Lake, """•'-i, Mary of Huntlngton Park RHEUMATISM and ARTHRITIS - • . -^ — — ft T f»U« -, ~ "'awo. -- -—-•*>,« a ui tllO VV . D II S "ST; ™ ' 62t '- b u « r ' and Mr8 ' Fred Hln °< Ham- ? lease kee P to mind the misceN Pd. Adv. NUB-ovo Labovt,.,,.. Jurg were dinner guests Sunday ' ane ° U8 * b °™ tor the church ^=~^—___^ or Dr> and Mrs- T. W. Qldley. k ^*en at the next meeting. NOT ... Woman's Clnb Held Regular Meeting Nov. 1 The Hastings Woman's club met at the church last Friday Meeting was called to order by the president, Ruth Bowen. Twenty-nine members answered to rolf dlo program. Eleanor Scott led the flag salute. Nellie Pierce recited several We would appreciate your votes. T E ,l e J y " ' Bryan> Mary Haroff and Libby Leu sang several selections at the Everhart funeral Saturday The boys will play their first basketball game tonight with Strahan. It will be played on our home floor. Good luck fellows! The band will pi ay several tunes at the game. Gene Courtier was ••"""• Monday. He was sign for selective Mr . n rf"u~ "T" ftccom PM»'eil by Mr. and Mrs. John Bartholomew Roger and Billy of Tabor also -r. and Mrs W. H. ahafe^ accompanied by to Mary vl lie, MO., —" where they were guests for the day of Mr. and Mrs.__Bas,l Moore. Mr. Moore ?. Sharer and . Esterqulst of Malvern was an overnight K uest i.it ' The annual Harvest Home services were held at East Liberty Sunday with regular preach '"" ——•-- it 10 a m « -*»• Bring Your Car In Now for Winterizing The Best of Workman.hip and Service CONOCO PRODUCTS SERVICE CATION Malvern 13, R°«, a "w d ; ," 08teM e8"a"re "Mrs' Boos. Mattle Phelps, Elizabeth Kites and Mabel Ord 1IUDein nr»o . 8Ild 6aCh ODe present received a balloon. •The monthly community nleht was held at North Grove school **•'•*— evening. - 16. Committees were appointed to nl.h, Car .l ° f flnancln « and furnishing the League room at the church to be used for club meetings. A group of little jrlrls from' Vera Hall's room at school ren- son** * Vei7 dellghtfnl bubble voted in as a new member, ., 1T , he _ Cnrl8 'n»as party will be neld Dec. 6 and each »,« M"\r f ccom Panlst; remarks . A « H> Lalcha ^- Ben Martin and Mr. and Mra. Downda; church history, Josie Kerney Rev' Tr lk * ^ R6V ' Turner an * Day" ' - * End ° f a --_ accompanying on th« piano. W . H Maddocks who was •"•HI,, chairman ed Mrs. Rollin Bass, Rev. and Mrs. Clare Boos and Mr and Mrs. Clarence Boos church. Guests came in "costume ana some very weird characters were seen. Peggy elites, Lowell Irvin, Eileene Jones and Susan ° m ~" were In charge of the JJ a ** til ^ 8 Methodist late hour delicious """ consisting of gingerbread Hallowe'en candles and punch were served. There were 30 young people present. „ ... «^ UU! , f ^ujjij$[(»]* Morning worship service 10 Sunday school. 11 a. m. Young people's meeting Thursday, 8 p. m. — hostesses, Marv Nellie Qulmby and Ethel Parker! During refreshments Besse Hyde and Allle Turner conducted an Instructive quiz program - — o-~oio this week the_Will Judah home. Gfeo. Schurr, " Rev. and Mrs. Clare Boos were supper guests in the Clarence Boos home Friday evening. Later >L attended community night 111 6 I™* Grove *<*°°1 house a. m. Mrs. Weeren Bowen , 222J.*-™. ,. John." H » rVe Hal1 ' Mrs - D1< * Jonnson, Mrs. Grace Hathaway Mrs. Mina Grouse, and Betty and T"- Shepard were in Shenan- Wednesday. I. Harve Hall and Mrs. Chan. Hall were in Council Bluffs Mon- Mr. and Mrs. at the n « „ . . 24, at 10 o-t ,o i g ' •-"-««". own Oct. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan was once a resident of Hastings "" -~ J Mrs. Steve Haines. Mr The erection of the"ch B "rch" HllllulilB was started in February of 1874 and completed one year later The present Methodist church group was organized In 1904 by £T T-, H> Cable ' then P astor of the Malvern Methodist church Rev. and Mrs. Cable now reside Those present Sunday from a Ellen Kay CERTIFIED — INSURED PERFECT DIAMONDS an iniurance policy with every ring. -*>4 -Viin nS.> »ilj'» V THE! LARGEST SELECTION Men's and Women'! WATCHES in Southwestern Iowa, Use Our Lay Away Plan and your Credit BETTER WATCH REPAIRING at ef- Don't bite off women. Mrs. Bowen is township chairman for Indian creek Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boos Mr. and Mrs. jack .^urgent were Sunday dinner guests of M, —« Mrs. Ray Hlckerson and "EKE »RE SOME ITEHS WE NOW HAVE III STOCK WHIGN YOU MAY NEED... BETTER PHONE OR BRIN6 YOUR ORDER TODAY Emerson Sunday evening. Richard Cardwell of Malvern was an over night guest in the home of Jimmie Bowen Saturday. Mrs. otha Hyde was takes to the Edmundson hospital in Council Bluffs Tuesday morning for treatment of a diabetic condition. Mrs. Norvin Gamble and Norma Kay, Mrs. Don Gamble and Mrs. Robert DeVoy were la Suen- andoah Monday afternoon. Mrs. Wilbur Dalzell and Dickie of Believue, Neb., are spending the week with Mrs. Dalzell's mother, Mrs. Abe Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Wright of Gutherle Center spent several days this week with Mrs. Wrights sister. Mrs. Abe Everhart. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mrs. Jack many arove ' Crawford to Rockvllle, ! . Tuesday where she will ; stay until after the Christmas ' and . A. • Wagon Hoists •Speed Jacks • 10" Hammer Mills 'Rotary Hog Feeders • 80-gal. Hog Waterers •Rubber Husking Rolls _ SCHOOL NEWS ~ l m "7 7lB -" »-*- Mm.ii••••!• iii«iiiii|i. Primarj: The following children had 100 in spelling the past week: Aaron Crouse, Louise Re- Gear, Margaret Fender, Beryl ReGear and Joe Young .. . Aaron Crouse was absent one day last week. Ronald Turner and Larry Lee Taylor have been absent this week due to Illness ... Mrs Sowers has been reading an Indian story about Red Feather to us We have learned an Indian song that we like to ' Third, ™-« **i**»AIXIJIj J^VJIiS Cappel Machinery Co. JIJl^ UaAAMUlMU m._^ Mrs. A. v. ciitea wa» in Oma- btt - Tue8day - «»t "RuMian'T^Por Thoss havloK too In spelling tot th« week were Arnold Cottrtlw —-"• "*«». *M, n, i^mcu** aw, Mr. and Mrs. John Clark and «ev. Trimble of Wesley Chan, SHIP YOUR FAT HOGS TO DONALD LEWIS FOR TOP PRICES CARSON SALE BARN C«r«m, Iowa Phot*, 11 Regular Sale Evwry Thur^ay, | p. •_•_• f . T FM HMEBUTE DEUVUY Siuanson's Worthmore 26; GRAIN BALANCER mm • i Phone S121 Malvcrn High in Vitamins A, D Ribofiavin and Pantothen ;C. A. SWANSON & SONSI -"•"••"" item,

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