The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on January 16, 1947 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, January 16, 1947
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PAGE EIGHT THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, JANUARY 16, 1947 *IMOGENE* L. E. Gutschenritters Celebrate 43rd Anniversary Mr. nnr! Mrs. (innrco C!nlsrhr>n- riitr.f invitnrl his fiarfutp, Mr. and Mrs. I.. K. tJnfsfhr'nriffpr. for dinner Sunday. V,'Mc>n thf-y nrriv- rrl tlii'.v found ;i finf turkoy din- nfr mvnltirur fhr>m nnrl nil thn otlii'r truTnl"T.« of HIP family thfrn tci lidji them t'otr-hratp the orra- pfrin of tli'.ir 43rd wrdrlinc annl- Vfrsnry. 1'i'fsfTit worn Mr. and Mr?. Frank C,i>tKr)i''m liter. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Mnlirr nnd family. Miss Mayino HiKcins. [), )n ahl (Jntsch- rnrittrr of Hfd Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Ij. It. (foiidniuht and family of Ila^iiims. Mr. and Mrs. .lolm ftiitsi-)ipnrlltf-r of KVaini'v. NVh,. Wfrc nnalili> lo !><< fitv. nt hut 5" III greet iiii;-,. I'rtn |V 11 y has foil" tt> Omaha vhf'i-f In 1 I'niiiid <-mp!oytni'iit. Acfcirdlnp lo a k'ttr>r r'-cT.ivf>>l if'i'iitly hy rclrnivr..q and friends Mr. and Mrs. fiforiro Adams have men-oil from Nmv Jrv?py to Flnr- Idn. Thf damp, cold rlimntp which \vas not the lu'sf. for Mr. Adams' health was thoir rrasnn for moving. Mr. and Mrs. Adams formerly lived in Imricene. Mr. and Mrs. .John Loahy art- the parents of a boy horn in I he Hand hospital in Slipnandnah .Ian. 0. Tiny have onr other child, a liny, who is bejnc cnr"d for tiy his aunt. Airs. I,"land MctJarelll. fif Omaha. Miss Mnrie liorsey and aunt. Mrs. Vincent Slnvir, and rlanph- tci- .Inan of Lincoln. Neb., drove over Sunday and remaiiifd until Mutiilay with the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fiank i)ors".v. W. M. Mihn.'if.' i aine from SiiMitFvlllf. Mo., one day |.-|«t \\eek to take over as pi-rtjnn fore- hero. Rev. F, w. Doyle spirit a fr-w days i.-i-t week | n LaMars wher« hn visited his slst'-rs. Mr. and Mrs. Oforce Ontsrh- enrnter drove to Omaha Tuesday of last week tn meet her aunt. Miss Klla Crirhrarie. It. X. She wan enroiife ro Philadelphia to resume her work in a larcc hospital there, she left here Thursday evening for Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Addy spent the week end here. Mrs. Harvey t'addel) retui-ned to Omaha with thern Sunday afternoon. Quite a number have born on the sifk list in? past week. A in on? them were Mrs, Martin Anderson, .Mrs. John Jackson. Miss Anna Maher, Mrs. Alice Leonard and RO«P Marie, little dauchler of Mr. nnd Mrs. (Men Hall. L'veiett Kerns nnd family of Tahor moved into the Will K.-un- iin-rer house from which Willard \\'eatlierall moved last fall. Jimmin Lauyhlin resumed his work as substitute carrier on the ruial route aunlti. Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson ro- Mr. and Mrs. George Robert of ceived a letter recently from Blair, Neb., and daughter, Miss th'ir daushter teliintr them her Phyllis, of Omnha spent Sunday husband. Roy f[utrhi=on, under- with Mr. and Mrs. Lou McGar- wr nt an appendectomy Jan. 9 in pill. Mr. and Mrs. Ropert became Merry hospital in riiirlineton. arifiiatnied with their new grand- Their son had Just returned home son, Christopher Louis MrCiarcill, a few days brfoie from the hos- horn Dec. its. pltnl where he had undergone an appendectomy. Mr. HI nio. and Mrs. Carl Irwin of Mo., came Wednesday and spent the day with her mother, Mrs. r^ali Adams. Steve \nrke jr. of Omaha came The public sale of C. F. Davis held last Wednesday was well attended and thlncs sold well. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oa\is are to Nebraska City to make their home. Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Owynn. for- her of rases and amounts issued to persons in Mills county: Old acre assistance: rases 294, amt. $S,?22.90. ave. $29.67. Aid to needy blind: cases B, amt. JlSfi. ave. $.17.20. Aid to dependent children: cases 31, nmt, $40J>, per case $34.OS, per child $13.19. Increase in the amount of the monthly assistance for the entire state in comparison to the corresponding month of the preceding year is indicated below: Old ace assistance, $11S,14S; aid to blind. $6.449; aid to children. $24,196. Storing Woolens Store woolen gloves, scarfs and cashmere sweaters in clean fruit jars, or lard tins during the summer! Be sure the garments are clean before placing in these containers. Add moth crystals and seal. down Saturday to visit with rela- merly of here hut now of Shenandoah have both been ill •with Clarence Newman flu. Friday Mrs. Gwynn suffered lives here. Mr. and Mrs. have returned from Omnha where I hey hnve been stayinp with their daughter. Mr. Newman has a heart attack and was very poorly but is now improved. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ragland been having a broken shoulder and hahy of Council Uluffs spent and arm cared for hy a bone spe- Sunday with .Mr. and Mrs. Jesse riallst. Sop-risen. HI L L S D A L E H. I. rliib Held First .All Day Meeting; nl Ilic <"linrcli Classified Ads Pay FOR SALE For siilc: Alfalfa hay at Charles Slienelield farm, :: i, miles mirth of Malvern. K. U. Chantry. I'll. :i:!S2. Malvern. L'S-J For mile: Registered black Poland China boar. Extra good. Max Turner, Ktnerson. Tel. Hastings fi!»7. L'H-l, * MISCELLANEOUS • \\ <• ri-jiMlr .'ill ninlic-i of wn = h- iiu; niiii him s. vacuum rlf>nn«'rs and • •k'clrir motors. Sorvicp on nil liiiini'rs and strikers Sallsfar 1 - |.',,r s,-,l,. : NVw -H hon-p motor. )inll ,.„:„-„„,,„,,!. ). : , n ,,,.,. OM K lPf- Hii-hard (inv. Malvern. 2f-l. tr j,, s<>rvirr KniPrscm la "Otf l-'or sule; ', horse electric motor. A-l condition. Paul Hilton, I'h. 4si:t. i>.2?-l. WANTED Washing Machine Wringer Rolls in stock. Dloedel Hardware. 2tt lt»;M Kunl scilim for snip. Heater, radio. Excellent condition. For particulars see Ed Johnson t atJMasil Clay's. p. 29-1. For salr-; Haled oat straw, also a Florence oil heater with an 8" burner, and a circulating fan. Dwlght Shaw, Hastings, p. 29-2. For Hair-: G:1 purebred triple A White Rock chickens, fine layers. Ph. 3021, Mrs. Ralph Robblns. __ _ ___ 29-1. For wale: 10 ft. tractor disk In good condition, also a New Idea 0 ft. mower. Ph. 12F5. diet Han- scll, Randolph. p. 29-1. For sale: All porcelain 5 burner New Perfection range. Good Condition. Phone 446. Hastings. Harold Sawyers. 29-1 \Vnnt<Ml: Furs and hides. Hog skins. James Mackrill, 100 Maple. Red Oak. 28-8. Hrtn« Your BATTERIES here for charging: Car battery 50c. Radio 25c. Gamble Store. 12tf. Wanted: A married man for year around work on farm. Separate IIOUBO on gravelled road close to school. I'll. 3322, Otha Mass. [5.28-2. Wnntrd: To buy baled wheat straw. l>h. 470, Jas. Summers, Ulcnwood. p.29-1. For nalo: 160 acre farm, northeast of Randolph. Modern home, electricity available, line by house. Good laying hill farm. Possession March 1. A. W. Fichter Shenandoah. Tel. 688. Good married man to live on farm and care for place. Joe P. Doyle, Imogene. p.29-1. Odd Jobs wnntcd, any kind of work. Fred Cozad, Malvern. 27-3 Wantixl: 2 or 3 rooms for light housekeeping, furnished. Wabash agent, Malvern. p.28-1 Wanted: Box for two wheel trailer. Dr. T. W. Gldley, Mai- vorn. p.29-1 Mnrrlrd man wants year around work on the farm, Ph. 2840. Lloyd Ellis. p.29-1. Wanted: 97 Model Winchester shotgun. Paul Hilton. Ph. 4813. p.29-1, Renew tlio natural beauty of your floors with onr "Handj Sandy" Floor Sander. It Is ea»y to use, quiet and absolutely dustless, llloedel Hdwe., Ph. 3611 2-tf. Gimrnntccd SEWIXO MACHINE and VACUUM CLEANKR HE- PAIRING HY EXPERTS. OUEN 8KWIXO MACHINE CO., at Hloodcl Hardware, Maltern. l*h, ••»«'«. BOtf. Wo repair all makes of wash- Irfg machines, vacuum cleaners and electric motors, Satisfaction guaranteed. Emerson Electric Service, Emerson, la. 52tf. • LOST AMP FOUND * Estruj: A bull, at my farm two miles east of Malvern. Owner may have same by paying for ad and feed. Ph. 4831, R. K. Piper. 28-3 Estrnjcxl: Two heifer calves, one White Face, one roan Shorthorn, wt. 450. Ph. 5515, Lester Shook. n ?8-2 PUBUC5A1E ' f Jan. 22 Will Start Promptly at 12:30 P M Having Clo 8 in g Out Sale 12 miles south of Glenwood or 4 miles northeast of Bartlett or 7 miles west of Tabor. 42 Stock Hogs 130 Fall Pigs Farm Machinery & Equipment The Hurnl Improvement club met at the i-hurih \Vednesday for the first all day meetinjr. Mrs. .Seeeer and her committee served a delicious dinner at 1 o'clock. Mrs Tom White presided over a short business session, then followed a Torn Hrennaman show that was thoroughly enjoyed by all. The program followed the exact steps of the lirennaman "Hreakfast in Hollywood." The part of Tom was played by Forrest Hlooiner and the program title was "Dinner in Hlllsdale." Mr. Bloomer opened the program with a welcome and short visit with all present, followed by the com- .merclal advertisement that brought forth roars of laughter. The "Hetta Hooper" hats were a sight to be seen. Mrs. C. U. Warren worn the oldest hat, almost 54 years old, that was worn by Mrs. Warren on her wedding day. The wishing ring was drawn by Mrs. George Burlington who made a very Christian wish for our community. She was presented with a Klft and received a big welcome hand. As no wedding anniversaries were being celebrated a birthday was substituted and C. R. Warren was the lucky person and received a lovely roue. Miss Iva Hughes wus made the good neighbor of the day and received the usual orchid. Uncle Cornie made his usual appearance and told a few jokes and completed his task by delivering the orchid to the good neighbor. Following this, bids were received for the oldest lady present who was Mrs. C. R. Warren. She received an orchid, her first, and the customary kiss was bestowed upon her. A tribute was given to Mrs. Shepard und Mrs. Hilton, both club members who are 111, a ,- 0 se was given each of them. The dinner program was concluded by a song by the group The Glcnwood high school boys quartet, mixed quartet and a duet by Dotty Joe Howard and Leroy Lemons were fine. Everyone en- Joyed having the young folks attend. The next meeting will be held at the church Feb. 5. Alice Davies, leader of the dinner committee, und Ruby Slaughter leader of the program. .Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Kelly, Ruth and Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. Krnest White nnd Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hloomer attended thg ice skating ri-tiew iit the Ak-Sar-Men coliseum in Omaha Saturday evenins. Mrs. Ruth Sell and sons were .Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Sell. Mr. and Mrs. Tom White, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest White and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest llloomer were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Richardson last Thursday. The evening was spent listening to Mr. and Mrs. Richardson tell about their, trip to the coast In the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams and Gary left Saturday by auto for Hemlngford, Neb., where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Dale Roland and get acquainted with the new baby. They plan to be gone 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dalton are staying In the Wil- llams home. Mr, and Mrs. Albert Asmussen entertained at a cooperative supper Friday evening. Guests were Mrs. Carol Lovelady and father, Fred Reasoner, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mayberry, Mr. and Mrs. George Howard, Mrs. Mary Sawyers, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Culver, Mr. and Mrs. Parl Mickelwait, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bryant and children, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Asmussen and Keith and Mr. and Mrs. Arno AsmusBen and children. Mrs. Walter Hilton is still seriously 111 at her home. Mr. and Mrs. George Howard were dinner guests last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Logan and Mary In Glenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Less Pippftt and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Hufflng- ton. State Welfare Assistance Shows Increase Over 1945 The state department of social welfare has released its monthly statistical report which indicates an increase in all types of assistance payments over the corresponding month in 1945. This also includes a Mills county report which likewise showed au increase in all payments. The following report covers the type of assistance, the num.- MALVERN SALES CO, Malvera, Iowa Saturday, Jan. 18 i:3o p . m . MILK COWS We will have some extra good milk cow» this Saturday, including 1 Holstein cow, fresh, giving 4Vz to 5 gals, milk daily; 1 red Shorthorn cow, fresh, giving 3V 2 to 4 gals, milk daily; 3 Shorthorn cows to freshen soon; 1 black Holstein heifer to freshen (springing now). STOCK AND FEEDERS We are expecting from 100 to 150 head of steers and heifers this Saturday. AH good native cattle of various weights and breeds. STOCK HOGS demand for feeder pigs of all descriptions. Aren't expecting too many. Bring in what you have o sell. Good market for them. HORSES PLENTY OF HORSES FOR EVERY CAUSE I We have a consignment of horses and cblts from Mr. Ed Califf of South Dakota. AU extra good bred stock: 1 Spotted stock horse, age 9, extra good; 1 Steel grey stock horse, age 4, very best; 1 Spotted pony (will break for children), age 6; 17 head of good spotted colts. Few solid color colts. FAT HOGS We want your fat hog.! Top Price* — Honett Weight — No Commmion. Call u» before you sell. MISCELLANEOUS Will have some good cedar potU thU Saturday. 6'xlO" lengtV. AU are uniform uze in large quantity. Alto will have come good oak lumber (all 2" piece*) of variouk length*. Plan to attend thi* sale. Outstanding lineup for this week. CONSIGN YOUR LIVESTOCK TO THIS SALES BARN SALE EVERY SATURDAY Art Fritcher, Auctioneer - 2471 O: F. GROFF Ph. 3701 John Deere 35 Model A Tractor, overhauled last spring. John Deere 2 row mounted lister. John Deere 2 row mounted cultivator. John Deere power lift tractor go- devil. 2 row mounted John Deere corn picker, 25 model. 42 ft. new David Bradley corn elevator. 3 horsepower gas engine. 1 transmission speed jack. 1 Superior grain drill with grass seed attachment. * IHC mower. IHC corn planter with checking attachments. 2 row corn press. John Deere hay rake. 3 section lister harrow. 2 2-section harrows. IHC hammermill High wheel wagon with box 8 ft. IHC binder with tractor hitch. Hay rack with running gears. 4 ft. tumble-bug. 1 Cletrack tractor. Tank heater. 1 horse cultivator. Corn cutter with drag. Horse slip scraper. Grab fork. Hog oiler. 10 12-ft. sheets tin roofing. 4 ft. tank with hog waterer. 7x12x8 ft. granary, 400 bu. cap. 3 pen hog house. 12x16 hog house. Self feeder, 40 bu. cap. Garage 18x10 ft. The Walter Phelps family have been having a siege of flu the past two weeks. At this writing they are much better. Mr. ajid Mrs. George Howard were dinner guests Friday in the Bert Howard home north of Malvern. Mr. and Mrs. Will Van Orsdel are leaving Wednesday for Cali- fo^rnla where they will visit their daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Don Raiue, and other relatives and friends. Mrs Frank Plumb will stay with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Roacoe Barker, in Council Bluffs until Mr. and Mrs. Van Orsdel return Mr. und Mrs. Roll| n Uufflngton entertained at a family dinner Sunday complimentkig Collfer Bufflngton jr. who came home with them for a visit with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C U Bullington, and other relatives in and around Glenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Rolltn' Buffingtou returned Friday from Los Angeles, Cal., where they spent Christmas with their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Buffington. They visited Mr. and Mrs Collier Buffington at Gold Beach' Ore Mr. fluffiugton's nephew, Collier Buffingtou, came home with them for a visit. Mrs. Leonard Seeger . visited her daughter, Mrs. Carl Fulton who is in the Mercy hospital sev- •eral days last week. Mrs. Fultou underwent a major operation last Uiursduy morntug. At this wrlt- he " 8 gettin e 8 Tons of Hay in barn. BO or 60 Bushels of Boone Oats, 1 Ton of Good Rye Straw Lunch by Burr Oak Ladies Aid Ollie Arterburn Mr. and Mrs. Dick Seeger ure BtuyliiK Iu the Carl Fultou home l ' t ''l || "K cure for things while Mm i-uluni U iu tlm hospital. Air. and Mrs. Hows Bryant and '(lien visited hur parents, Mr M>». H. H. Hlllyur, near Imo- taly, Mrs. Evu Uoy and of iltum. Tim \V. S C ' • " ! »w«.vw Ifttv »VJ"V'|'K luiu-h tit UK- Mi-l'horron suk- HUMlty, Jm,. «t MnUlbMM ' NEEDS REXALL PLENAMINS The Multiple Vitamin Capsule You Take Only 2 a Day (1 Amber, 1 Black) ... to Get thU Dietary Supplement VITAMIN CONTENTS A — Twice the Daily Requirement B — 2i/g Time* the Minimum Daily Requirement . C — 1 2/3 Time* the Minimum Daily Requirement D — 2 l /jj Time* the Minimum Daily Requirement E — 1 Milligram G •— 114 Time* the Minimum Daily Requirement Yes, that's right. Essentially, there is only one REXALL drug store. Actually, of course, there are over 10,000. But in each and every REXALL drug store you can buy the same high-qualitv REXALL PRODUCTS This means a lot to you for even if you're far from home the friendly REXALL DRUG STORE sign will be your guide to shopping values. The same reliable REXALL PRODUCTS are available to you m thousands of cities and owns and in many countries throughout the world. Over a Months Supply (72) $2.89 CoUilw W. H. Cramer, Auct. First State Bank of Tabor, Clerk, • 'inmUJ, Nuiuuw HutuiUu) with Ph. W.

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