The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on March 6, 1947 · Page 3
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 3

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, March 6, 1947
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THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, MARCH 6, 1947 Strahan News Notes PAGE THREE Mrs. K. Wrdcrqvist Hostess to Strnhnn Gnrflc-n Onb March 12 The Strahan Garden clnb -will meet March 12. thoir rfigular meeting day. at the home of Mrs. Ernest Wederqvlst in Malvnrn'. Co-hostesses will be Miss Inez Bradley and Mrs. M. C. Woodfill The ladles will be honored by a book review by Mrs. R. W. Salyers on "The World Was My Garden," written by David Falrchlld. The ladles will answer roll call by telling what new varieties they expect to plant this year. Strnhnn Methodist Church Morning worship begins at 9:45 a. m. Joan Isom will give a talk on World Service. She will enter the speaking contest sponsored by the board of missions and will give the speech at the district youth rally at Red Oak April 13. The sermon will be on Prayer. Regular youth meeting will be Wednesday, March 12. The county youth rally will be held at Silver City March 16, afternoon and evening. 8. H. D. KnffrtnltiPd at 7jfna Bass Homo Snndny Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Bass were hosts to the S. H. D. club Sunday. Ten families enjoyed the 1 o'clock cooperative dinner. The good things to eat included an angel food cake baked by Mrs. W. H. Dye. honoring birthdays recently celebrated and those having birthdays In March. Food and dishes taken care of, the president, Mrs. Fred Newell, opened the meeting by asking for the theme song. The secretary, read the minutes of the last meeting and the treasurer's report was given, also the bills paid. Five self-earned dollars were turned In. The rest of the afternoon was spent In visiting. Lylp Coddlngton and son were guests. S. C. D. Clnb Ent««rt«inpd at Mrs. Everett Olpe* Thnrmla.v Mrs. Everett Gipe was hostess to the S. C. D. club at a party at her home last Thursday evening In honor of the Max Shook family who have moved to Council Bluffs. There were 20 persons present including Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gipe who were guests. Mrs. Harold Isom and Mrs. Ellis Grindle were in charge of the entertainment. The evening was spent playing games and visiting. The hostess served refreshments of fruit salad, white cake, candy mints and coffee. Mr. and Mrs. Gord Jones of Malvern visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nlms last Thursday. Mrs. A. G. Cole and Mrs. Frank Cole and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Gipe and family Saturday. Uev. and Mrs. Lamb and family of Macedonia were Tuesday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emnrett Glpe. Join Us Class Enjoys Pot 1/nck Supper The Come Join Us class met at the church Sunday evening for their regular meeting and pot luck supper. There were 41 present. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Glpe and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lemonds were hosts. Everett Glpe was unable to attend. Emmett Glpe was in charge of the worship service. The men's quartet, Mr. Stllle, Allon Norton, Rev. Hall and Emmett Glpe with Mrs. Ruth Angus at the piano sang. Mr, and Mrs. Emmett Gipe and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Gee will be in charge of the next meeting on April 6. GIFTS For All Occasions L. S. ROBINSON 10-Day Watch Repair Service Glenwood, Iowa YOUU M SORRY W YOU 0»rt WHYOONT YOU DOOWM YOUR SORROW PACE SERVICE CO. THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS BLONDE MAHOGANY LEARADIO RECORD PLAYER A beautiful cabinet and high quality radio and automatic record player, nil outNtatidiiig value.. S3 PC. SET DISHES Beautiful cliiim in a complete service for 8 at our special value price. '15 45 GOODRICH TRACTOR TIRES Get them now — with the good Goodrich Hi- ' Cleat Traction — give a clean bite and a continuous, steady pull. Less slippage,, faster work. CONVENIENT TERMS THINGS YOU NEED NOW Mail Boxes Lawn Mowers ' Garbage Pails Power Mowers Medicine Cabinets Zippo Lighters Eberhard Faber Fountain Pens New American Deep Frecie Unit Now on display in our store 8 cu. ft. capacity —- hold* 480 Ibs. of food ELECTRIC CLOCKS PACE SERVICE 6 Visitors Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Norton and children were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Trively and Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Norton of Malvern. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Norton were in Council Bluffs Saturday. Richard Vance of Malvern was a Sunday evening supper guest In the Dale Nlms'home. Frank Steele was taken to the Edmundson hospital at Council Bluffs Saturday night. X-rays were taken but the doctors have not decided exactly what Is making him ill at this writing. Mrs. Ray Welda, Mrs. Frank Steele and Steve Crlswell and son Paul went to Council Bluffs Monday to visit Mr. Steele. Mrs. Junior Laughlln and daughter were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Cozad and children. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Stockton of Malrern visited in the Marshall Stockton home Sunday. Mrs. Fred Newell and Mrs. John Sllvey visited Mrs. AHha Church and mother last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gorman and Donald Loskle were In Council Bluffs last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Curtis were Tuesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas elites and Junior. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gorman and Donald Losklo were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas elites and son. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Antrim had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hlckerson and children. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Antrim were hosts at a fish fry last Wednesday night. Guests wore Mr. and Mrs. Harold McCain, Mr. and Mrs. Perl Royston and Mr. and Mrs, Dave Hatcher. The Junior high went to Hastings after school last Thursday for a practice basketball game. The score was 23-10 in favor of Hastings. Joyce Clark spent last Thursday night with her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Tom White, and cousin Mable. Bobby Green of Malvern visited Mrs. Clara Shaffar last Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Tom White received word that their nephew, Leo Smith, was seriously Injured when a horse kicked him in the stomach Wednesday. He was taken to the Shenandoah hospital where x-rays revealed an internal Injury in the form of a gash. He returned home for a week then he will have to return to the hospital for further x-rays and a possible operation If the gash does not heal properly. Leo Smith .and wife visited Mr. Smith's namesake, Shirley Lee Nlms, Monday morning. Last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fitzwater visited their son Donald who is again in the hospital. They took him a radio. His condition is just about the same. The doctor is trying to build him up to prepare him for a further operation on a lung. Mr. and Mrs. John Bayes visited Mrs. Bayes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Monk ,at Percival Sunday. Mrs. Elraa Wiseman returned home Sunday morning from Salem, Ore., and California where she has been visiting her children who live there. Mr. and Mrs. Tuck Bolton and daughters were Sunday evening visitors at the Tom Baslee home. Mr., and Mrs. Charles Glpe Mr. and Mrs. Lester Shook and daughter attended the 57th wedding anniversary dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. Shook's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Georee Ginger, at Emerson. Others attending the dinner werp Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Long of New !\tarkf>t. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jackson and daughter and Mrs. Trern Howpn of Clarinda. Morris Woodfill went to the Methodist hospital In Omaha Friday night to have his upper teeth Fxtracted. Joe Hathaway and Mary Joe and Mrs. Morris Woodfill went to Omaha Saturday. Mrs. Morris Woodfill went to Omaha Sunday and remained there to be with her husband. The Strahan Garden rlub members have received a cordial invitation to attend the hobby show at the Hastings church March 7 and to hear Dr. Wilson of Malvern who will be the speaker. Tea will be served. There will be no admittance fee but a free-will offering will be taken and given to the Red Cross. The Joe Hathaway tenant house was wired for electricity last week. Guy Grindle sr. and son Harold made a business trip to Grand River Saturday. Kills Grindle made a business trip to Tabor last Thursday. Mrs. George Williams has received word that Mr. and Mrs. VV. J. Van Orsdel who havp boon visiting Mrs. Williams' ulster In California will arrive here Wednesday. Mrs. Wilson Clark and Infant daughter came home from the hospital Sunday. Mrs. Norvian Summers and Norene visited in the Wilson Clark home Sunday afternoon. The Clark baby was born Feb. 25 at the Mercy hospital In Council Bluffs and weighed 5 % pounds. The Junior high and the girls basketball tournament will be held at Silver City March 5-S. Snpt. and Mrs. John Harvpy and children wont to Council Bluffs Saturday. Floyd Clark spent last Thursday nipht with C'harlps Kier. Mr. and Mrs. Dale LauEhlin sr.. Judy Kap. Junior Laiisnlln n nrl Helen Lauchlin wore Sunday dinner puests at the home of Mr. and Mr?. Ed Lntighlln nnar Mnl- vprn. Other dinnrr gurpts wrrp Carolyn Cozarl of Strahnn, Raymond and Dallas Laushlin at Hastings nnd Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Selpold and two children of Malvern. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I,eo Smith of Far- rai;ut werp Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Lewis of Red Oak, Donald Lewis of Stanton, Carl Smith of Randolph. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Lewis and Leon, Mr. and Mrs. Llnal Lewis of Malvern, Florence Wll- helm of Emerson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nlms and Shirley and Mrs. Tom White of Strahan. Gord Jones visited Mrs. Dale Nlms and Shirley last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Orlndte and children visited In the Wayne Hodges home near Malvern recently. Mr. and Mrs. Voy Smith and baby of Omaha werp supper guests Sunday evening at thr- Kills Grindle home. Mrs. G. A. Summpr of St. Joseph, Mo., rame Monday morning for a visit with hpr sister, Mrs. Ronald Kler, and family. PatHy Kier received the first prize of a sewing kit for selling the most subscriptions to magazines during a recent contest held In the grade school. Larry Glpe took second place. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laughlln jr. went to Kansas City Monday, re- turnlng home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Goodnisht and family. Hastings; Mr. and Mrs. Gporpp Gtitsrhonrittpr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank fUitschpnritter wpnt from hprp to Omaha to rno't tu j r fathr-r. Mike McKplvpy. ST. ivho was romine in to Omnha on a plane from Pan Bernardino. Cal. CHAMPION HILL Announce Kngngrmcnt of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Francis Parker announce the engagement and approaching marriajre of thPlr daughter June to Archie Lind- burR. son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lindburg of Shenandoah. The wedding will take place Sunday. March 23 at 3 p. m. at the Champion Hill church. The bride-to-be Is a graduate. of the Emerson high school and has been employed in Shenandoah the past four years. Mr. Ltndburg graduated from the Shenandoah high school and spent IS months In the army. He served one year with the quartermaster division In Japan ami Is now employed at thp Sondag Implement Co. In Sh°riandonh. Fire-Flash Tile Interesting color variations in ceramic tile are obtained throush "fire- flashing" or suddenly Increasing heat during the firing process Swine Pasture Good pastures for swine reduce the cost of pork production, make healthier pigs and keep up soil fertility. Ellen Kay CERTIFIED — INSURED PERFECT DIAMONDS an insurance policy with every ring. THE LARGEST SELECTION Men's and Women's WATCHES In Southwestern Iowa. Use Our Lay Away Plan and your Credit BETTER WATCH REPAIRING at A. W. Underbrink 3 K W K I, K R 8HKNANDOAH *IMOGENE* Homo of Mr, and Mrs. Anthony Head Visited by Thlcvm Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Heart went to Shenandoah last week for a few hours and when they returned they noticed the door of their home was partly open and upon going in saw their bedroom door open and this they always kept closed. Mrs. Head went to sec If her jewelry was there and this she found was missing. It consisted of her wedding ring and a diamond ring, two class rings, earrings, watches and several other goon to be fully recovered, valuable things. Mr. Head called Konner Imogene ij oj . (Stricken with McninicltN Wlllard, 16 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Green, former residents hero hut now residing between Silver City and Glenwood, was stricken with spinal meningitis while at work on a farm near his home recently. He was taken to the Mercy hospital where h e was placed in isolation and cared for. His condition at first was thought almost hopeless but at latest reports lie is gaining nicely and Is expected the sheriff and his aunt, Miss Nellie Head, who lives nearby, heard the conversation. She told Anthony that three boys with an old car had run into the ditch near her home and were trying to get a tractor or help to be pulled out. Anthony went down and found three 'teen age lads of Red Oak, He talked to them, inquiring about the articles taken at his place and asked for the stolen property which they sternly denied but the sheriff soon arrived and Mrs. Head's watch and some things were found where they had thrown them Into a field when they saw Mr. Head approaching them. The sheriff took the trio to Sidney where they confessed and the next day brought them back to their car In the ditch and all the Head property was taken from hiding in the weeds nearby. All but Mrs. Head's wedding ring was found and returned. A sack of pennies, other jewelry and a radio were also In their loot but this did not belong to the Heads. The sheriff took the lads on to Red Oak where their parents reside. It was learned two were out on parol. They stopped at the Joe Nebel home near Imogens before going to the Head home, as the garage door was open and the car gone, but when they went to the door Mrs. Nebel met them and they asked for water for the car, which she gave them and they went on. He Is a nephew Perkins here. of Mrs. Jim Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Gutschen- rltter entertained all of their children at a dinner at their home Sunday. It was in honor of John's birthday March 2 and Don's March 3. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gutschenritter, Kearney, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs, Frank Gutachenritter, Don- aid Gutschenritter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mahor and family. Red Oak; Empress Theater Phone 5521 Malvern THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, March 6-7-8 SAN QUENTIN with Lawrence Tierney. Also — VACATION IN RENO with Jack Haley and Ann Jefferys SUNDAY, MONDAY, March 9-10 IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE with James Stewart, Donna Reed and Lionel Banrymore. Disney Cartoon. News. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, March 11-12 SUNSET PASS with James Warren. Also — STEP BY STEP with Lawrence Tierney. COMING — THURS., FRI., SAT., March 13-14-15 BLACK BEAUTY Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jordon Move Here from Kansas Mr. and Mrs, Robert Jordon and family arrived here from .....^ «.uu jui-a. i/uaries uipe Baldwin City, Kan., where they made a business trip to Red Oak 8 °'d their farm and purchased Tuesday. part of the Joe Kammerer tarm Mrs. W. R. Costello spent last from her father, E. P. Laughlin. Wednesday and Thursday visiting Mr. Laughlln purchased the farm herjnother. Mrs. Mrs. Sarah (lee, last 'all. It is about four miles west of Imogene. Kenneth Sells has been residing on it but he is moving to a farm of 320 acres near Coin that Joe Kammerer purchased during the winter. Mr. at Shenandoah. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Kayton and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kayton were dinner guests Sunday at Mrs. H. H. Kayton's brother's, Bert Fichter, home in Shenandoah. Jordan is in the dairy business and brought his herd of milk Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Kayton co *8 here with him. wade a business trip to Council Bluffs Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Norton stayed at the Charles Kayton home Sunday with Charles Jr. while hta parents were In Shea- audoab. ~ . Mrs. Cheater Ernest of Qlen- wood Springs, Colo., who has been visiting Miss Inez Bradley and other relatives and friends returned to her home Tuesday, Her husband met her in Denver! They were unable to continue on to their home because of u snow- slide lu the mountains there. Mr. aud Mr*. Guy UrluUla « r . visited Mr. and Mrs. l t va Vau Or«d«l in Sidney Sunday afternoon. 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