The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on December 5, 1946 · Page 16
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 16

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, December 5, 1946
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PAGE SIXTEEN THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, DECEMBER 5, 1946 News of Henderson Mixs IT.irhor Mn<c-rt;iin« S. S. Cln*«i fit»'Rlvlns: Pnrty Miss Marian Harbor f'ntortnln- rd hrr Kiinflav school class at a Thankpeivinp party Xov. 2fi. Thn croup assembled at hr>r horn" at. •1 p. m. Various games wore play- f-d with pereral prizes bring awardrd. Lunch of Ice cream and rakf were served by candlelight with the traditional Thanksgiving decorations. After lunch thp group shared thr-lr Thankfclvlng blessings by taking a basket of fruit to Mrs. Margaret Wilson, a former tfiu-h- rr of the Methodist church in her younger days. Word has hor-n received of the death of Mrs. Mead Dayton of Dillon. Mont. Ph" was Mead Tib- lilf-s before her marriage. Her brother. Jud Tibbies, passed away Just recently. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maroti- Pt7 Of Collllril Bluffs were gU°StS last Thursday In the C. H. Am- lek home. Mr. and Mrs. Wllburn Housnr and son and Mrs. Klsle Dangherty were Red Oak callers last Friday. Mrs. Herman Coppock had the misfortune to Ret her tlncer in an electric fan recently. Eleanor Cunningham who is employed in Council Bluffs spent last Thursday with her parents. Mrs. Chet Xastrow returned home the last of the week from a three weeks visit with her son and family in California. (!. W. Wilson and Swede Byers were Omaha callers last Friday. (ilen Scheffert and family of Avoca were guests last Thursday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sowers. W. S. ('. S. Hrlrl T'ot I,nrk Ijnnrh nt tlic CTinrrh Friday A pot luck lunch was enjoyed Friday afternoon at the Methodist church basement. The meet- in? w»s held Friday on account of Thankscfivine. A few guests were present. Mrs. T. D. Phillips had on display a beautiful crocheted Afghan she had made. It will be sent to some hospital through the Red Cross for the soldiers. Paul Talkineton and family Mrs. Muster Hrown rerrlvrrt liave rettirnrd to thfir home in word that IHT paronts who live Kansas aftpr a fnw days visit !u Texas wrro nut very well. Hor wlHi hor ruirrtiif, Mr. and Mrs. uiotlu.-r has lung trouble and her Art Kribhcr. tat her dlabctrp. Empress Theater Phone 5521 Malvern THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, Dec. 5-6-7 A Technicolor Picture, THE BANDIT OF SHERWOOD FOREST with Cornel Wilde and Anita Louise SUNDAY, MONDAY, Dec. 8-9 A Technicolor Picture, CENTENNIAL SUMMER with Jeanne Crain, Linda Darnell, William Eythe News and a Comedy TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, Dec. 10-11 STARS AND SPARS with Janet Blair and Alfred Drake. Also a Comedy COMING — THURS., FRL, SAT., Dec. 12-13-14 Randolph Scott in BADMAN'S TERRITORY Mrs. G. W. Wilson enjoyed a visit Friday with her niece at Aurora. III. Wendell Shelton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Shelton. has been quite poorly with a gathering in his head. Mrs Elvyn Galloway has entered an Omaha hospital for treatment. Mrs. Otto Farrington celebrated her 71st birthday Nov. 30. Robert Farrlnaton came In a few days ap;o from California where he received his discharge. Mrs. Mary Wilkinson enjoyed a, visit Sunday with her daughter Gayle of Council Bluffs and her granddaughter, Beverly Simmons, of Hancock. Hay Davis .and family of Carson were guests Sunday evening of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will Htitledgp. M.r. and Mrs. Ralph Viner of Elliott wore guests Sunday in the T. D. Phillips and Oscar Braden homes. Guests In the Jud Coppock home Sunday for dinner were Ilormnn Coppock and family, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Coppock and Gerald Penwell and family of near Morton Mills. The following relatives were dinner guests Sunday in the Arthur Allensworth homo. Jack Cecil and sister, Charles Rayney and family and Mrs. Ada Hough and family of Council Bluffs. Dr. DeWItt of Macedonia was a caller In town Sunday evening. The youth group enjoyed a roller skating party at the Byers rink Monday evening. Word has been received from Mrs. Sam Morgan that they were able to remove the casts from both of her legs that were fractured some weeks ago. Don Fink and family of Omaha were visitors last Wednesday evening and Thursday In the Pearl Harbor home. Mrs. Fink and sons stayed until Saturday. Leora Harbor of Omaha was also a guest Regardless of Strikes tue still have. NEW and USED 1941 Plymouth Four Door, Radio and Heater. 1941 Chevrolet Two Door, Heater. 1941 Ford Deluxe Tudor, Radio and Heater 1939 Buick Four Door, Radio and Heater 1946 Chevrolet Half Ton Pickup. 1946 Super Deluxe Ford Fordor. ' 1939 Ford Fordor, Radio and Heater, 37,000 miles, guaranteed mileage. 1946 Ton and a Half, Short Wheel Base, Dodge. Two 19'46 200 in. Wheel Base Dodges, Ideal for School Bus. Three 1946 NEW JEEPS 1940 Three Quarter Ton Chevrolet. Two 1940 D-30 Internationals. 1941 Ford Super Deluxe Coupe, Radio and Heater. . In. MIMMMIIM New Jeep Station Wagon with Overdrive »•*•»***»***•**»»>t*I >f»fHiMIIMMHM Schoening Motors Several from here att^ndod the horkoy pame in Omaha Saturday € vrninp. Mrs. Apnes Workman enjoyed a visit last Wednesday evening and Thursday with hpr daughter and hushand of Hamburg. Robert Wight who attends college at Ames spent Thanksgiving vacation with his parents. It was the first time he has been home since school started. Dean Freeman went to Des Moines last Thursday to enter the veterans hospital for a check up. Leo Bolleau spent his Thanksgiving vacation with his parents. He attends college at Ames. Dick Steiner of Red Oak -was a business caller In town Monday. Jean Jenkins has accepted a job at the Coppock cafe. Swede Byers had his cafe opening Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jud Coppock spent several days last week with their daughter, Mrs. Gerald Penwell, and family near Morton Mills. Their daughter and husband held a farm sale Friday at their farm and are moving to town and will run an oil station and carry a few groceries. Gene Brown who Is employed in Omaha spent last Thursday here. He and his father enjoyed dinner at the Boy Sellers home near Emerson "Thursday. A son arrived in the Arthur Brown home near Oakland last Wednesday. The Browns were former residents of this community; This makes three boys in thp home. Marian Harbor spent the last of tlk< week with relatives in Omaha. Oreti Androy and family of Ames were guests In the Earl Bolleau home the last '• of the week. Mrs. Orlo Harris visited in Shenandoah several days last week with her daughter Estellne. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Braden and daughter Vera visited relatives) in Malvern last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Triplett and Orlo Harris and family were dinner guests last Thursday in the Art Phelps home In Red Oak. Other guests were Mrs. Rosa Triplett and daughter Marilyn and son George of Red Oak and Dwayne Harris and family of Omaha. Mrs. Dean Freeman had charge of the work at the central office during Mrs. Coppock's absence. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McSweeney were Council Bluffs callers last Wednesday. Mrs. Bill Phillips and daughters visited her parents at Percival a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Core of Ames visited In the Harry Paul home over the week end. Patsy and Joan Melendy of Council Bluffs were guests In the Dr. R. li. South home over the week end. Ordinance Number 124 An ordinance of the Town of Malvern, Iowa, establishing a school zone and providing rules and regulations with respeet thereto and providing a. penalty for violation thereof. BK IT OHDAINED BY .THE COUNCIL OF THE TO\VN. OF MAI/VERN, IOWA, as follows; • Hoctlon 1. That a school zone Is hereby established on First Avenue from. Boundary to Chase streets in the Town of Malvern, Iowa, faction 2. That the mayor may cause movable signs bearing the words "Stop School Crossing" to be plarrd in the 1 strer-t at tho limits of paid school zo'no. Section it. That said movable stop signs may be so placed in the street at the places designated on each school day from 8:15 o'clock A. M. to 9:00 o'clock A. M. and from 11:30 o'clock A. M. to 1:00 o'clock P. M. and from 3:30 o'clock P. M. to 4:1? o'clock P. M. Sortion 4. That all motor vehicles approaching said school zone shall be stopped at said stop signs while same are In place and shall be driven through said school zone slowly and with caution and at a speed of not In excess of twenty miles per hour. Section 8. Anyone violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall, upon convlctlon< be subject to Imprisonment not exceeding thirty days, or to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars. Whenever 'the fine and costs imposed for the violation of this ordinance are not paid, the person convicted may be committed to Jail until the fine and costs are paid, not to exceed thirty days. Section 0. That all ordinances or parts of ordinances In conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. Section 7. That this ordinance shall be In force and effect from and after Its passage and publicstibn as provided by iaw. ' raos^d. adopted and approved thU 2nd day of December, 1946. R. W. Mansfield. Mayor of thn Town of Malvern. Iowa. Attest: Woodford R. Byington Town Clerk. (SEAL) 23-i. Wastfi paper needed. Save yon have. Call G. N. Jon*9 pick It np In Malvern: to DRS. KLINE & KLINE Oiteopathtc Phy»lel»n« Office houri: 1 to B p. m. «nd 7 to » p. m. on Saturday, Othsr Houri by Appointment Office In Kunce A Nelien Building X-ftay Diagnosis Phonei: Office 2331 Houfe: Dr. O. M. Kline 3821 Dr. J. A. Kline «8«1 QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms ef DlrtreM Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID FrMBookTeltsofHonraTreattMiitUial Must Help of It WIN Cost You Nothing OTertwomllllon botttntof thflWIIXAUD TREATMENT have lx>en Bold for relief of symptom* of dlntreiw »rinln« from Stomach and Duodenal Uletr* due to Enns Acid— Poor Dlcottton, Sour or Up*«t Stomccft, QMtliMtt, Heartburn, Sl«eptmtne«, etc., due to Eicxt Acid, fold on IS days' trlitli Ask for "Wtllard** M«uc«" which full; explain* tbla treatment—Ire*—at W. B. Wheeler McKEE FUNERAL HOME Lloyd W. (Mne) McKee- CARSON, IOWA Ambulance Service PHONE ioo. Canon Closing Out As I am leaving the farm, I will sell at public auction on the Will Oliver farm, 2 miles west, 2 miles north of Emerson or 2 miles east, 2 miles north of Hastings. Wed., Dec. 11 Starting at 12 noon 110 Head of Livestock 110 Cattle 15 White Face Steer Calves, 450 Ibs. 1 Guernsey Cow, 8 yrs., fresh about 4 mos. 1 Guernsey Cow, 8 yrs., will freshen by sale date. 1 Guernsey Heifer, 2 yrs. old, will be fresh in April. 1 Heifer Calf, 4 mos. old. Team of Horses, smooth mouth, weight 3400, good workers. 89 Hd. of Hogs Spotted Poland China, weight each about 200 Ibs. 2 Spotted Poland China boars. Machinery I.H.C. Tractor on rubber. I.ILC. Tractor Cultivator, 229. J. D. Tandem Disc, 10 ft. J. D. Corn Planter with furrow openers. J. D. 6 ft. Mower. I.H.C. Hay Loader. I;H.C. Side Delivery Rake. J. D. Two Bottom Plow. 4 Section Harrow. 1 Low Wheel Wagon with Back. 2 High Wheel Wagons with Box: 2 Hay Rakes. . 1 Horse Cultivator, 1 Endgate Seeder, new. 16 in. Walking Plow. Miscellaneous About 10 tons Clover Hay in bam. 1 Hay Fork. 1 Set Harness. 6 Collars. 2 Feed Bunks, one is new. Oil Tank Heater. Set Dies, new. Battery Radio, good. Colemaa Gas Iron. 2 Scoop Endgates. Oil Barrels and many other items. Emery Stand and Wheels. Briggs and Straiten Motor. Two Wheeled Trailer and Hitch. King Bee Coal Heating' Stove. Alto Some Furniture Terms > C»«h. Phone 266 Mineoltt, la. Open evening* until 0 A. C. Gamble Luuch on the ground*. '..Tt

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