The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on January 30, 1947 · Page 9
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 9

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, January 30, 1947
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lt«» of interest coocarnmg Emerson an* Bmersoal.ns. Tht, d»pmr«,« t « flwwed lc the welfare of Emerson and lu community L_. Haptfirt Church r. H. Shntiklln, Pastor Sunday, Feb. 2: Snnday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11, following morning service. Annual church business meeting; with dinner at the church. Members and friends with their families for a pot luck dinner. Each family bring their basket of lunch. Church committee will he on hand to arrange the tables. Mrs. Bertha CHtes, chairman. We are looking forward for a victory Sunday when the committee brings in reports of our Missions Crusade. Come Sunday and enjoy fellowship and reports of our year's work. Meeting. 2 p. m. No evening meeting. KUKTSOTI Mofbo<llst Chnrrh RPT. flare If. Boos, Minister Snnday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship service 11:15. at A birthday dinner was enjoyed Snnday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones honoring Chaa. Ronk and his daughter, Mrs. Mllo Schick. The Emerson Federated Woman's club will meet Tuesday of next week with Mrs. I. N. Cheney. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bell of Chicago are moving to the Evans farm north of town and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Huntsman are moving to their property here. SERVICES HELD FOR L. H, GILLELAND Long Time Resident of Emerson Died Jan. 21 most pleasure was the larce family gatherings during the- holidays. Therp wprr- five boys nnd five girls: Manriro and Harold, N'evvton; Glrnn, May-wood, Cal.; Ralph. Kansas City, Kan.; Fran- Hs. Imogene; Mrs. Velna Council, Emerson; Mrs. Rerntce Brown, Omaha; Mrs. Gladys Pace, f'reston; Mrs. Grace Templetonj Malvern; Ruby Marsh, Huntington Park, Cal.; and 27 grandchildren. All of his sons and daughters were able to be with htm during the last few days of his illness. PAGE SEVEN She Always Gets . THE BEST "SERVICE WHEREVER SHE GOES!" * "It Must Be Because Her Clothes Always Look Smartly New!" Frequent dry cleaning can be your open sesame to admiration too! We will show you! « Puritan Laundry and DRY CLEANING, INC. Shenandoah Funeral services \yere held last Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. in the Methodist church for L. H. Gilleland, conducted by the ftev. C. H. lioos, assisted by the- Rev. Peter Trucano of Lewis. Music for the service was furnished by the Rev. Peter Trucano, accompanied by Mrs. Uob- ert Honeyman. Mrs. Ray Huntsman and Mrs. Harold Hossle cared for the flowers. Four sons- in-law, Homer Connell, Earle Pace, Wm. Brown, Clark Templeton and George Hlede and George McKelghan were pall bearers. Interment was In Emerson cemetery. Louis Henry Gllieland was born April 13. 1876 In Madison county, Iowa, and following n stroke he departed this life Jan. 21 at the age of 70 years. The early part of his life was spent In Oklahoma where he was married Aug. 19, 1902 to Gertrude May Woten. They soon came to Iowa to live and spent most of their lives in Montgomery and Mills county. He gave his heart to the Lord early in his married life and continued faithful In his Christian living throughout his life. He was a member of the Emerson Methodist church. Through contacts In the grocery business and farming he made a wide circle of friends which he valued highly throughout his life. To this union were born 10 children which, with the help of his loyal companion they reared and loved. They -were a great joy and comfort to them. Their ut- Ttaptist Aid Vot« to Buy Pishes for tlmtrli Kltrhrn The Baptist Ladies Aid Society met at the home of Mrs. Helen Stille. The meeting opened with the singing of hymns and the Lord's Prayer. Bills were allowed. It was voted to buy one share for the World Crusade, also In huy dishes neekled for the kitchen. The courtesy committee reported on cards sent to the sick. A rard of thanks was read from Rev. C. H. Shanklln. The report of the year's work was read by the secretary and was accepted. The following officers wore elected: Mrs. Florence Lakln, president; Mrs. Paulino Greenwood, vice president; Mrs. Cora B. Comer, secretary and treasurer. The retiring president. Mrs. Annie B. Cheney, gave a brief outline of her work for the years she was president. She had indeed proved heself worthy of the office she filled. Secret pals were revealed and gifts exchanged. Hostesses for the meeting were Mesdames Helen Stille, Floy Durbln, Ruth Pickrel and Alma Nelson. . The next regular meeting will be at the home of the president, Mrs. Florence Lakln. The date and committee Is to be announced later. QraMu *&LVE ft* INOW! LOOK AT TW SPEED AND KKUP .THAT CAR HAS-- n MUST HAVE BEEN SERVICED AT SEE US FOR QUALITY RADIOS AND REFRIGERATION Zenith and Crosely are Trademarks for that Quality USED CARS 1 1940 DeSoto Deluxe Coupe 1 1941 Ford Tudor 1 1934 Ford Tudor, excellent condition Completely reconditioned We Offer You All Types of Repair Work by Expert Workmen BODY AND FENDER WORK Tow-in Jobs Made Simple with Our New Powerful Wrecker SALVERS AUTO Co. MALVERN. IOWA Pacific Junction Town Club Spill* Double Header The P. J. town basketball team invited Strahan boys to their floor last Friday and claimed the second half of a fast, breezy double header. Strahan was victorious in the first game with a score of 50-48. Weed and Jim Glcason carried the honors for the hosts with 19 and 8 points respectively. Baslee had 20 and Shaw 10 for Strnhan. Pacific Junction managed to squeeze out a victory from the tired visitors in the second bout. Final score was 39-36, P. J leading. The Gleason family formed a good part of the entire P. J. team that evening. In this game Bernie Qleason led with 16 counters and Dick Gleason followed with 8. Baslee was again high boy for Strahan with 14. Grindle followed with 6 points. Allen Rowe started work as a welder at the compressor station last Thursday. NEW DODGE The car that is really new; leads its field in sales and demand. Smoothest performance in history. Lowest priced car with Fluid-Drive. • HOATINt POWIft t AU.riUID MfVI Breeding Implement and Motor Co. Mrs. Cecil Rice and daughter, Mrs. Velma Hatfield, returned from their trip to Davenport. Mrs. Alia Martin of Great Divide, Colo., and Mrs. Addle Martin of Glenwood were guests Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Straight of Nodaway visited here Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Straight. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Johnson IcU Sunday for Los Angeles, Cal., for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Johnson. Mrs. Irma Allen returned tin- last of the week from a week's visit In Falrfield in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allen. Mrs. Estella Sawyers, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. D. Sawyers and Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Sawyers attended a dinner tn the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Andrews Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Robertson and two sons and Mrs. Lorena Rice came last Wednesday from Sanford, Tex., to visit relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rise came also to attend the sale of Mrs. John Palmer's household goods. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Cheney took their daughter, Mrs. Laurence Winter, to her home in Falrfield Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. McKee left Monday for a month's visit with relatives and friends in California. H. C. Hascall has returned from Valley, Neb., where he visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hascall. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rhoads of Red Oak visited Tuesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Kinney and Miss Lurland Abel. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter visited Sunday in the Koine of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Potter and family at Red Oak. The fire department was called out twice Saturday, in the afternoon about 1 to extinguish a roof fire at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Carlson, in the evening to a fire which broke out back of Dr. Stokes' office at his fuel u*l barrel. Mrs. Grace Liston Is moving soon to the Salmons property which she purchased. This is the tlrst house north of the Golden Davis property. She has been living In the Fred Huntsman property. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hicks and baby of Omaha spent the week end here' In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Boswell. Mr. and Mrs. John Hascall, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Straight and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Greenwood attended the banquet for the Southwestern Iowa Council of the Boy Scouts last Thursday uight «tt the Chieftain hotel in Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Will Baird of Kansas are visiting with Mrs. Rose Clitea and Mrs. Beulah Clites. Jo Ellen and Sue Ellen Whisler attended a birthday party Saturday in Red Oak honoring Nancy Jane Evans who was celebrating her second birthday anniversary. Frank Kinney of Oakland and Mrs. Russell Forbes and daughters of Carson. vlirtied here Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Kin- aey and Miss Lurland Abel. Word came Tuesday that Mrs. Clara McDowell la ill at the home of her daughters, Doris an* Laura, la Omaha. She became ill whea »he went to Sutherland, Neb., a few days ago to attend the funeral of John Cox. Edward Greenwood an.d Max Qresn left Tuesday morning by aotorcyda for CaUlornt*. If tb,*/ find work tfcsy piau to stay •will* ' Ml** Qeox»t» MM Huut«a W l*Jt Monday tor St. U>uis, to til,* « court* in ogles ur# «| Uctn Bttie «oU Mr. and Mrs, Jew UtOl Jr. ttd MM, MM* iMi Bob, of IftrUai J*iU*4 ttMttoy it tfe* Uwu of fir, *»* Mr*. A ft Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shoemaker of Boulder Junction, Wis., came Saturday for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shoemaker. Hay Hicks has been sick the past week. W. H. Cramer has been on the sick list the PBHI week. Kates; Lease of Lots 26, 25 & 27, Pac. Jet. Goorge A. Stille & wf. to W. H. Gillen; WD $1&; Lot 4 of 25-7240. Holge Iloree & wf. to C. A. & Kffle Ford; WD $850; E% Lot 34G, Emerson. The Week's Record Compiled by the Mills County Abstract Co. of Glunwood from Dec. 2G, 194G to Jan. 2, 1947: and < "outmets * Mildred Gearhart to Henry PLYWOOD \'t inch 4' x 8' treated Shingles, Roofing Insulation, Lumber Plainer Lumber Co. 4234JNo. 24th St. Omaha 11, Neb. PROFITS FOR YOU is My Slogan SELL BY AUCTION Forrest (Mike) BLOOMER Veteran World War n General Auctioneer Ph. 20F22 — Glenwood C A CLINIC A drugless clinic devoted to the restoration of Health through natural causes. A complete chiropractic and X-Ray service DR . A £ 5 TOK£S p c Phone 175 Director Emerson ITS HUNAN NATURE Trying fo push your way out of a crowded elevator is easy compared to trying to wear out farm implements from Breeding Implement & Motor Co. The John Deere implements found there will give long lasting service at low cost. FIELD SEEDS Brome (Certified Lincoln and Fisher Seeds) 50c , b Red Clover 61c lb Sweet Clover 21c , b Alfalfa sic lb. Come in Immediately — the Supply is Limited TRACTOR AND FARM EQUIPMENT Monroe Tractor Seats Harrow Evener ,« S ?£- Cu " er Letz Griwlw 10-A Haramermm Horse Drawn Mower 1 U««d Burr Grinder Hog Oiler* Tank Heater* WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF PARTS FOR YOUR DODGE AND PLYMOUTH LET US OVERHAUL YOUR TRACTOR EARLY BREEDING 1MPUMWU MOTORS L° JUHN UtUU PLYMOUTH UUDCt DIALER PIHUJ CUtt *

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