The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on December 19, 1946 · Page 11
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 11

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, December 19, 1946
Page 11
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THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, DECEMBER 19, 1946 PAGE ELEVEN * EMAITCHESS* Bulletin Board on Land Claim* of 1600 The senior American history class has made maps entitled Land Claim* of America in 1600. Thene showed the land claimed in America by all the countries Interested in exploration. The best of these were displayed on the bulletin board in the assembly room. SUBJECT SIDELIGHTS Mary Ann Blngham Home EC Newa The second year home ec class, having finished their lovely dresses, gave a style sh9w and tea for their mothers Wednesday at 3:16 p. m. Their dresses were made for parties, dinners and sportswear. As Marilyn Phelps explained the frock each Individual had made each girl modeled the garments. Following this tea was served. The table was decorated with Christmas ornaments. Jackie Anderson, Jackie Enewold, Verllee Bruce and Elva Chamberlain served sandwiches, cookies and nuts. Jane Pontow and Jane Dalrymple poured the tea. In making these garments the girls have learned how to be neat and conservative. The members of the Junior business class have chosen their future vocations and are preparing scrapbooks on the subject. A great many different vocations were picked and there Is a mad scramble to secure information. Here's hoping they all turn out nicely and everyone will be happy In the future. The second year home ec girls, having finished the various suits, dresses, skirts and blouses, had a style show and tea for our mothers and the women faculty members. The garments looked very nice and everyone was well pleased with her outfit. The study hall and sewing rooms are beginning to brighten up for the coming Christmas, due to Marcie Ellis, Miss Buffington and several other artistic students. The student body Is always glad when this happens for school is pretty dull without the few bright spots that happen to roll along. XMAS DECORATIONS BRIGHTEN ASSEMBLY The assembly has been brightened up a bit with Christmas decorations during the past ' few days. Our bright and shining windows have been touched up a bit by the paintings of our sophomore artist, Marele Ellis, and her hPlpers. A beautiful Madonna is reproduced on one window while the remaining windows contain imaees of angels. The bulletin board has been improved by having a full sire portrait of Santa and his reindeer This is, of course, portraying that old familiar poem " 'Twas the Night Before Christmas!" Thanks go to all who have generously cooperated in making our assembly brighter for a cheery white Christmas — we hope! Iffll RED GROSS Red Cross Meeting MONDAY, December 30 at Court House in Glenwood at 8 o'clock p. m. All county chairmen are requested to be present to make reports. 24-3. W. W. Gillilland, Chmn. Juniors Search for Corn The junior class. In their frantic efforts to make money at the basketball games, took an offer to get popcorn to sell. All that was required of them to procure the corn was to pick it up. Already they have made two trips to Eugene Leu's home and have salvaged several bushels of "yellow gold." Their last excursion started Thursday at 7 a. m. and Just think, the morning after the firemen's frolic, Ho hum! Junior Mummers Score Hit with Class Play MHS Commercial Club ( The Commercial club met at the home of Evelyn Lutz Monday night. A game of matching words was played and plans were made for a Christmas party which will be held at the home of Joan Trlvely. Pumpkin pie and ice cream were served. Those present were Miss Ada May Harms, Wanona Martin, Joan Trlvely and the hostess. General Science Movie "Unfinished Rainbow," a movie on aluminum, was shown for the general science class Monday afternoon. It told in story form of how aluminum was discovered and how It is being used In the leading Industries of today. This movie was well worth the science class's time. {cgtgNpgf<»geeegg^ For the Whole family KNOTTY PINE SNACK BAR Now you can have the attractive Snack Bar you've been waiting for It is smooth knotty pine. Beady for any finish you prefer bright gay colors for a rumpus room, or stained to go with your living room furnishings. Finished molded top and two shelves. 3 CONVENIENT SIZES Wto'29. 50 When the Malvern Junior class presented its play, "Brother Goose," they scored a strong hit with the audience, many of whom termed it the best class presentation in many years. Above are members of the caat: back row, left to right, Marlene Johnson, Betty Bailey, Darlene Winters. Wlb Stogdill. Eldon BIckley, Dorothy Alley, Lois Oearhart; seated, Patty Perkins, Leonard Boehner, Joyce Campbell, Theresa Dyke. Hussel Coppock received a letter a few days ago from one of One of those professional nls DU ddie B "ho had been with Pen Club New* (ahem) Pep club drills waa per formed at the Malvern-Tabor game Friday night. The art of marching (espe- daily) and weaving were sftown to the crowd of spectators between halves. Mualc. was furnished by our dependable!?) Juke box. It was under the direction of Miss McClurg, the sponsor, and was led by Elva Chamberlain. Hugh McSweeney has many very attractive articles, which be has made himself, in the O. W. hlm , n eervlce . Both younK men Wilson hardware store. The artl- . - . . . .. --------- -. ..- ..... 1—1.. were stationed togethed during the war, His buddy kept a diary during that time, telling of the cles consist of toys and household necessities. Dean Edmondson moved his „ „. .__ ----- ------p ] ace g they had been and what household goods out of the house Hf M«tM*«*m III II*»*H In The Grades * • MMMMMIMM II H**** Hccond: We are getting ready for Christmas. Roy Martin and WOVB Ballinger have moved away. Bernard Hickman and Kathleen Knop are absent because of sickness. Seven people have earntd stars for reading 10 library books Thirteen of us received 100 in spelling. We are enjoying on- uew bcoks, "Two in a Team," "llurlap," "Henka," "Little Lost Lamb" and "The Little Fellow." Third grade is getting ready for Christmas. Beverly Hutchingn is moving Thursdny. Patsy Qear- hrxrt and Alton Snyder \vero selected as our new kick-ball captains. We are using thirds, halves and fouiOis to decorate our arithmetic booklets , . . Tommy Walsh will probably be out of school for another week. Fotiuh; In history we m* following Rear Admiral Byrd on the greatest polar expedition iu history. Last week we read about Cortes' long missing bones reported found in Mexico . . art we are making Christmas pastors and pictures . . . We are starting on a new Journey In geography. This time we shall visit Norway. It is a very interesting country . . . Monya Cozad and Eleanor Beaton have birthdays this week . . . The following received 100 in spelling: Charles Robinson, Cnrtis Clark, Robert Eleanor Benton have birthdays Bird, Kay Longstreet, Linda Byington, Marilyn Campbell, Mary Jean Shonka, Sandra Breeding and Sue Alstrope. Is very interesting to he recently sold to George Galloway and took them to the farm he rented east of town. There was a fair attendance at the Methodist Aid last Thursday afternoon. A pleasant time was enjoyed. Lunch was served by Mesdames Theodore Shook and Donald Allensworth. Marian Maxwell of Lincoln was a guest last Thursday In the Ken Williams home. Mr. Maxwell had been up at Northwood looking they saw. read. Much corn has been hauled to the local elevator the past few weeks. Quite a few young people ore buying shoe roller skates from Swede Bycrs. Our school will clow Friday for a weeks vacation. The Rlrls and boys basketball teams are raising money to buy sweat shirts. Reid French, son of Dr. and Mrs. French, was a caller In town last Tuesday. He Is an insurance apent. Iris Davis, a former Henderson Rlrl. received a diploma a few days ago from the Commercial Extension school In Omaha. She has begun work as » secretary for the Western t'nlon. A. H. and Marian Harbor -were Macedonia business callers last Thursday. Claude Moore received word several days ago of the death of his sister In North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harbor and Margaret Harbor were Council liluffs business callers Friday. Herbert Stephens and family and Mrs. Edith Vlner were lied Oak callers Saturday. The Christian Aid Is making plans to serve lunch at the A. U. Boyd sale near Macedonia Dec. 23. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ooss left Saturday evening for California to visit their son Darwin and wife and other relatives and friends. Dean Freeman has returned home from a few days stay at the veterans hospital In Des Molnes. Mrs. Herman Coppock received some apples a few days ago from her folks In Oregon. Mrs. R. L. South and daughter and Betty Melendy were Council Bluffs callers Saturday. Charley Taylor has been papering and painting the Coppock cafe the past week. Mrs. Chet Zastrow spent several days this week with her husband at Cumberland. Mrs. Boyd Sellers and daughter returned to their home In Emerson Sunday, after a few days stay with her father, Ed Brown, who has boon qulto sick. Mesdames Russel Coppock, Dean Freeman, Cy Brown and Clarence McKenrey were Shenandoah callers last Thursday. Ink - O - Mwr marking p«ti — handy for marking with brush strokes on most surfaces, for lettering, drawing or other uses. See them at The Leader office. after his farm Interests UBLIC HENDERSON C. A. Wight was a business caller in Red Oak last Wednesday. Mrs. Herbert Stevens served on the Jury at Glenwood ft few days last week. A good sized crowd attended the Christian Aid last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Bevis Sowers t'uve a report of the results of the bazaar and dinner held there last Wednesday. The Aid cleared over flOO. Lunch was served by Mesdames Earl Boileau and Hugh McSweeney. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wasson of California, Mr. and Mrs. Clark of VUlisca aud Wilburn Houser and family were dinner guests Monday in the Mrs. Elsie Daugherty home. Christian Aid meeting will not be held the week of Christmas. Herman Coppock has made some changes in his cafe the past tew days. He Rearranged his counters aud installed more stools tor greater convenience, Carrol Phillips tend* word that he enjoyed hi* plane trip from Omaha to California. Flying time WM tight bour*. Mr*. Pearl Harbor and daughter Marian and Margaret Harbor were Red Oak ctller* la*t Tuesday. Robert and Lewi* Kwrington have acquired tn* to* bu*l&eu tram tfctir f*t»»r tad at* aow »t work. B»v«r»t c&Uimi In tefeael fcav* bwMt bavin* ch,l«u«n>o*. Hr> and alt*. Oav* Qv«oa ww» QaiaM eallw* &H Watavaday. lit*. Ow*a» to Iwpwtai altar (Oaf itiwal on the farm two mile* north and 1 mile west of Malvern, Monday, Dec., 23 commencing at 12 o'clock noon Farm Implements i i i 1 P. O. Narrow Tread Lister. 1 J. D. two row Go Devil. McCormick Hay Rake. McCormick 5 ft. Mower. one row Riding Cultivator. 1 9 ft. Disk. 1 Chase two row Lister. 1 14 in. Walking Plow. 1 Harpoon Hay Fork. 1 International Gas Engine. 1 Low Wagon with bed. 1 International Grinder. 1 Tool Grinder. 1 Fordson Tractor. 1 Buzz Saw Frame; one SO in., one 28 in., and one 26 in. Saw. 1 30 ft. Belt (4 in.). 1 10 ft. Belt (4 in.). 1 Set of Harness. 5 Horse Collars, 18 to 21 in. 1 Badger Riding Cultivator. 1 Jenny Lind Cultivator, spring trip. 1 three-section Harrow. 1 J. D. Planter with large Disks. 1 Sulky Plow. 1 16" Plow. 1 Walking Lister. 1 Road Slip. 1 set Work Harness. 1 2-hole Corn Sheller. 1 Tractor 2-row Go Devil. 1 Side Delivery Rake. 1 10 ft. McDeering Grain Binder. 1 16 ft. Ladder. 2 30 gal. Steel Barrels. 1 15 gal. Steel Barrel. 2 5 gal. Oil Cans. 1 Barrel Oil Pump. 1 Hand Corn Sheller. 1 5 ft. Crosscut Saw. 1 Bob Sled. Scoops, Shovels, Forks and other things too numerous to mention. Livestock 1 Roan Cow, 6 yrs. old, fresh in January. 1 Bay Mare, wt. 1400 Ibs., smooth mouth 1 Black Angus yearling Bull. 400 Buihela of Com in the crib. EM! UUrty Ladia* will furaiah lunch. Sam Shaw Art Fritefe, r , A«*t

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