The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on November 14, 1946 · Page 4
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Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, November 14, 1946
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PAGE FOUR THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, NOVEMBER 14, 1946 In the market all of the time for all of your grain Bates-Collen Elevators Elevator* at Malvern, Strahan and Clark Phone: Office 5021, Residence 4551 555; Mrs. J. W. MrPherson nnd son Kenneth of Creston ramp TIIP=- day pvrnlnc for a few days with hpr parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hapsplquist. Victor Quartet at Champion Hill Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harp of Oma'"> were guests of his brother and wife. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Hnre, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Mayhew Duncan of txis Angeles. Cal.. who have l.een visitinp at the homes of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Duncan, Glenwood. and Mr. nnd Mrs. Halph Hohblns of Hastings left Saturday for fouth- rrn California after having spent a two weeks vacation from their duties at the federal reserve hank in Los Angeles. Mrs. I)uncan camp by way of El Paso. Tex. and spent four days with Mr. and Mrs. C. If. LaMar, getting acquainted with her littlp niece, Julaheth. Misses Mary Duffingtori, Gretchen Oldley, Mesdames Lillian Camphell. Flora Boehner and Felix Summers attended the Artur Rubinstein concert at Omaha auditorium Sunday. J. H. McClymond drove in last week end from Kdgar. Mont., for a visit I,ere. Mr-i. F. F.. MuHiolland spent ArmiMice day in Council Illuffs, a Buest of her sifter, Mrs. William Pf.llon. Miss Jane Scott of Omaha ac- rompanipd Miss Claire Steele home from Lincoln Friday and they spent the week end in the J. M. Steele home. Parker Tracy and Robert Ross accompanied Dean Mansfield home and they spent the week end with his par- fntF. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mansfield They all returned to their studies at Nebraska T'niversity Sunday. Mrs. Carolyn Anderson of Omaha Is here with her daughter. Mrs. Robert Hoehner, for an indefinite visit. Mrs. Ethel Petersen returned last week from a month spent at Anrlover. Mass., visiting in the home of her son Fred. Mrs. Anna Wyant and Paul of Newman Grove. Neh.. Mrs. Art Greeiislit of Stamnn. Neh.. Mrs. (iordon Soderberg of Meade. Neb., nnd Hnrlan Wyant of l)es Moines were supper and over- niKht guests last Thursday in the Henry Aistropc home. Mr. and Mrs. Max McMahill and son Paul Henry arrived last week from Shreveport. La., and are now at home on the Henry Aisfrope farm where thev will Mrs. Ooldie Eustrum. who has spent the past month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Herrick. left last week for a visit in Burlington with friends. From there she will return to her home in Rapid City, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lohrman and daughter, Miss Donna Newton, of Ornaha spent the week end visit- inc Mrs. Lohrman's mother. Mrs. Alfred Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Robinson had as week end guests Mr. and Mrs. Orval Mason of Knoxville. Thp Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson and M. Price of Corning were morning visitors at the Presnyte- rian mnnse Wednesday. Mrs. Eucetie Hurdle is in Im- rnanuel hospital. Omaha, recuperating from a major operation on Monday. Mrs. Fred Durhin returned Sunday to h»r home here following three months spent in an Omaha hospital and at her daughter's home. Mr. Diirbin who has heen in the R. L. Hale and Dr. J. W. Haer home*, has also returned home. Their son- in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hoefer. and two rhil- dren came down with Mrs. Dur- The Rreatest sustained demand for navy fuel oil was during the Okinawa campaign where for a period of one month, the daily consumption of the Pacific fleet averaged about 290.000 barrels, The United States navy added 70,000,000 horsepower to its fleet during World war II, pquTi to the total horsepower of the entire United States light and power Industry. ~. . The above is the Victor quar- let from thn Grace Ilible Institute of Omaha. They will hold a concert at the Champion Hill church Sunday. Nov. 17, begin- nlng at 7:30 p. m. This is a fine quartet. They traveled with Dr Suckau. president of the school in the United States and' Canada last summer Book Your FARM SALE with a BUSY AUCTIONEER Call L. V. BRADLEY Ph. 666, Red Oak Collect Have a few Dates Open LIBRARY ADDS NEW CHILDREN'S BOOKS Observes Book Week with Increase in Stacks Malvern's piiMj,- library ott- serv,.<| Children's Hook Week this wt»k by placing 11 new hooks for children in its already large juvcriilr section. The librarv has W. L. Shaws Move to New Home on Boundary Street Mr. and Mrs. V,. L. Shaw moved last Thursday to their new home on Hounary street. The house has been under construction since early spring and is a modern five room home with large recreation room in the basement. cis Fishier of Crest.m were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Humanl. Miss Habs K-indei-Hon spent the Armislice day vacation v.-ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Randerson. She had spent a school vacation attending the teachers meeting in Des Moines nnd with friends at Ames. She returned to her Fchool work at Avoca Monday evening. An 8 >£ pound daughter, Marjorie Kllen, was born Nov. 8 to Mr. and llrs. W. It. Rydberg of Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs. Rydberg was Miss Clevia Wills before her marriage. turned to Marshalltown W day. alul MrH KIlis "rav Council muffs spent Wednesday in Malvern visiting relatlvs and of Mlsi (iruce C;irdwell, student at Nebraska university, was here for tlu> week end with her par"tits, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. card- well. Mrs. James Cardwell und son of Hagley came Wednesday and on Saturday James joined the family group. All returned to Zimmerman. their work on Monday. Ambrose Kangaroo, by Ellsa- Miss X.ylpha Walker who is at- !>eth Maclntyre. tending commercial school in Seven Diving Ducks, by Marga- Omaha spent the week end with ret Friskey. tenst in hooks on the part of children, the librarian. Mrs. Lillian Campbell, said that any person who does not enjoy reading mi.--.-es one of the greatest pleasures of life. The development of ii taste for rending and Judgment for good books may well be one of the most Influential phases of child training. Some of the new books put in the library stacks: The Sleepy Forest, by Xaoma Empress Theater Phone 5521 Malvern THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, Nov. 14-15-16 LUMBER JACK with William Boyd. Also Warner Baxter THECRIME in SUNDAY, MONDAY, Nov. 17-18 The Marx Bros., Chico, Harpo and Groucho i A A c IG !PM IN CASABLANCA A Comedy, News and Football ThrilU TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, Nov. 19-20 Donald O'Connor and Peggy R yan in PATRICK THE GREAT And Cartoon. in COMING _ THURS., FRI., SAT., Nov. 21-22-23 THE GENTLEMAN MISBEHAVES and jCOWBOY BLUES 4-H CLUB MEMBERS FEED 100 BABY BEEVES I'pwards of 100 calves are already on feed in Mills county as 4-H baby beef projects. Indications are that this will be Increased to 150 or more by the closing date, Jan. 1. This project has proven to be the most popular among the boys and girls enrolled In the farm project club. One reason for its popularity ia the financial returns received the past year. Over $S3,- 000 wus received from the 162 calves fed by Mills county 4-H club members In 1946. You Can SAVE DRUG NEEDS every day at . h. to™., T.II. Per,, Ch. n ,b,,r- P.II.-. .S'« s ., t . „,. E ,, a Mrs. Glen Armstrong arrived \\ednesday night for a short visit Austin. with Malvern friends. She had Along Janet's attended the. wedding of her nephew at York, Neb. When she returns to her home in Ladysmith, Wis., Sunday she will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. E W. Knight. They will travel ko\v . Barney's Adventure, by Margot n, t ,>™. nd St included Da.'glieshh Sandy, by Gray. "reen Grass Mary O'hara. Road, by Alice Elizabeth Janet of Wyoming, by by . , and daughters lett Wednesday for ottumwa where they will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Franklin, for a few weeks. Guest Sunday and Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hvde was IHT hrothk-r, J. W. Gamm, of C3al- latin, Mo. Mr. and Mrs Ward Slot bower r , Uex1ln8ton ' M °- Cadet Samuel and daughter visited in the home £ ampbe11 - ">" °* Mrs. Lillian A. of his mother, Mrs -\irne<! «sinth *- amnbe1 ' °t Malvern, ia one of * * * O " ^ w OIUL11- ft ft «; » i, ,1,-. „ . „ „. itr . .. V| * 11 I wish to express my thanks to my friends for the cards and letters I received while In the hospital. They were, greatly appreciated. Mrs. Mahetl Pierson. Campbell to Concerts Lexington ' M °- PROFITS FOR YOU is My Slogan SELL BY AUCTION Forrest (Mike) BLOOMER Veteran World War II General Auctioneer Ph. 20F22 — Glen wood .49 .75 .98 .89 .89 1.00 Prices on your evcry-day drug needs are always low in our store. Check these values. You'll find it always pays to trade here. VICK'S VAPORUB, 1.50 size i *i VICK'S VAPORUB, 75c size. 11111111111"" .64 Mentholatum, 60c size ______ , _______ * _ '33 Rex Mentho Chest Rub, 3Vi"oz.__I_I"IH~II .49 Vicks Vatronol ________________ _ ~~ '43 Alka Selzer, 60c size __________________ I_I" .49 Sal Hepatica, 60c size _________________ ~_~~ Cherrosote, 8 oz. __________________ Petrolagar, $1.25 size ______________ IIIIIIII Agarex, 1 pint ________________________ Lysol, $1 size _________________________ ~~~~ Collins Hand cream, 1 Ib. plus tax ___________ . Collins Hand cream, »/2 Ib. plus tax ________ II .69 Mineral Oil, 1 gal. ________________________ 2.19 Mineral Oil, V 2 gal. ____________________ ~~_ j.'jg Mineral Oil, 1 qt. _________________________ jgg Trushay, 50c plus tax ______________________ .39 Hinds Honey & Almond Cream, 50c plus tax ___ .39 Vitalis, 60c plus tax _______________________ .44 Danderine, 1.00 plus tax ____________________ .89 Mum, 60c plus tax ________________________ .49 Silque Cream Shampoo ____________________ i.oo Lustre Cream Shampoo ____________________ i.oo Minit Rub, 60c ___________________________ .49 Eu-Dol Shampoo, 1 pt. ___________________ _ .59 Halls Borated Baby Talc, 1 Ib. plus tax _____ II .29 Jergens Lotion, 50c Druad, 25c, both plus tax __________________ .39 Mi 31 Antiseptic, 1 pt. ______________________ .59 Klenzo Antiseptic, 1 pt. ________________ _ .59 Woodbury Cream, 1.25 size, plus tax ________ .98 COLLINS DRUG CO. E. W. Knight The, Rexall Store Ph. 3911 ower, Armistice day. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Uenton and Michael of Glenwood spent Monday visiting his mother, Mrs. A A. Uenton, and brother, James Uenton. Mesdanifs Bertha Talbott, T W. Gidky and Chas. D. Costello visited Mrs. Otha Hyde at the Kdmimdson hospital in Council Mluffs Wednesday. G0 stude n's at Wentworth atadem >' who have been per- attend the C °ncert 8 of ^ansas City Philharmonic or- le8 ! r f '" the muslc hal1 in the municipal auditorium, Kansas CUy ' M °" Col- Jame8 M - Sellers Homemade sugarless cakes— most de- Hcious! That's how I hold my the snow-white, fine-as-silk flour COOCH'S ^^ SUGARLESS RECIPES SRiti 1 CoV*n?U^W£^: ?****iS* W&fl. COUCH S BEST M/"f ! i/Hfusi FLOUR Mrs. T. W. Oldley jr. and small son arrived home from the hos- piial Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Newberry of Hood River, Ore., who have visited relatives for two weeks left Thursday to return to their home. Mrs. Newberry will be remembered here as Elizabeth Trlvely, daughter of the Arthur Trlvely'a. A son was born Thursday to Mr. aud Mrs. Hlcbard Plumb at Red Oak hospital. He has been named Michael Richard. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. VV. L. Haoseltjuist and Mr. 'and Mrs. Evtrett Plumb. He is the lirst grandchild for Mr. aud Mrs. Plumb and the first child for the Richard Plumbs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Juelke were calling on friends In Malvern Thursday as they were en- route to their home In Holtou, Kan., from Leon where they had lu'compuuu'd their daughter, Mrs. 8am N'fclll, aud family home from liutton. Mm. Rebecca Howard and Mrs. iiowt-u of Ulenwood at* lliu funeral of Lonzo John*>ou Thurnduy. Mrb Jcithie Uuweu returned to her liumtt iu Gleuwood luut wiiok (turn Alblu \vhi\rt> HUO had ttUoutl- «'d tlu- fiiiuritl uf her brotlu'r-ln- Uw, Hykvuu 'I'yrrvl. Mr». Tyrr»»l .... " -^«.^« will Ul> ItiUlt'Ulbvt'i'U Ill'IO UK Uo Mvrylu-w bvruru »u-r ia turn*. i'«U ii. N. ii U|> tu Mulu-ru! Christmas Cards A good stock ready now Stationery for Christinas Gifts Name or Monogram imprinted Please Order Early The Mavern Leader

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