PAGE TWO THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, MARCH 13, 1947 In the market all of the time for all of your grain. Bates-Collen Elevators Elevator* at Malvern, Strahan, Clark Phones: Office 5021, Residence 4551 * NEWS OF EMERSON * * H?ms of Interest concerning Emerson and Emersonlans. This department U devoted to thp welfare of Emerson and ltd community activities . K. .s. Hflil School of Instruct Ion Mnrrh 8 Emerson chapter No. 121. O. K. S.. hf-ld tholr school of Ins'ruf- tlon Saturday with Mrs. Dorothy I'ptrrFf-n of Red Oak, diMrii-t instructor of dlstrirt No. 23. civ- ItiE the Instrurtion. All of thn officers were prepf-nt for the school. A 6:30 dinner was served in the dining room of the hall by the Ruth Circle of the Methodist church. After iho opening of the evening meeting the .distinguished guests were presented. Present for the evening meeting were Clifford Young, worthy grand patron and Mrs. Alta Young, past crand chaplain of Bedford; Mrs. Gertrude May of Shenandoah and Mrs. Elsie L. Evans of Emerson, past grand matrons; Mrs. Ilonnlp Boll of Red Oak, grand Electa, and Mrs. Dorothy Petersen, district Instructor, also of Hed Oak. Also present were visiting worthy matrons and one visiting worthy patron. Other visitors were present from the chapters at Grlswold, Elliott, Red Oak and Shennndoah. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Liston were Initiated Into the order after which Mrs. Ola Karris rendered a solo which was enjoyed by the members. Following thn close of the meeting delicious refreshments were served by a committee composed of Kvangellne Lung, Avis Taylor, Pauline Mart, Everett Whlsler, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Morrison and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Rice received word of the birth of a son, Wesley Sylvester, Thursday, Mar. 6, to Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Felt at Davenport. This Is their first grandchild. Douglas and Patty Potter of Omaha viaited here over the week end in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mm. Harry Potter. Tlit ferfa St«rt GO.HOIN MID (jM « — - ield SEED AND NURSERY STOBE MS Weit Broadway , Council Bluffs, Iowa \V«iiiuin f <: flub Ifel.l l!«- U 'iil;ir MfHinsf Munli -I Tlir Woman's Federated club in ft .Mnrrh •! at the home of Mr=. ''. Ifnnnaii «ith a good attendance. The imetinc opened in regular form with salute to the flag ;md the club collect In unison. A report was made by the courtesy ihainnan, Mrs. Cora Comer, who had sent cards to two HI members. An Invitation was read from the Hastings club inviting the local club to their hobby show on Marrh 7. The president read a letter stating the nerd of articles, especially shoes, for six schools in the Netherlands. It was voted to use articles from the local Red Cross surplus as offered by Mrs. H. F. Cheney, chairman, to start a box and to use $5 from the club treasury to purchase additional articles. The county convention will be held In Glenwood April 18. It was voted to give $2 toward the lied Cross drive. A nominating committee of five members was appointed to select officers for the coming year. Plans were discussed to plant n nice tree in the park on Arbor day to be designated as a war memorial tree. A committee will take the matter into consideration and make proper arrangements. Mrs. 11. F. Cheney, county president, gave a number of points of information for the benefit of the club. At the close of the business session Mrs, M. D. Lang took over as program chairman. Roll call was answered by naming an Iowa legislator. Mrs. W. H. Cramer gave a very Interesting review of "Legislative Activities." Mrs. H. F. Cheney read a list of articles of legislation, "A Current Topic on Americanism" by Mrs, Vernon Johnson was a discussion on the "Status of Worn- en" in rhyme. Lunch was served by Mrs. Harman, Mrs. R. R. Honeyman, Mrs. H. F. Cheney and Mrs. E. E. Cole. \V. K. ( . Will Hnv<- S». P.'itiicks Day I.tmrlifon The Kni"r=on Women's Relief Corps \o. 214 met in regular session Friday. The meeting was fallf-d to order by the president. .Mrs. Myrtle Shelley. The chaplain. Mrs. Roberta Kellenbareer. read a portion of script lire f allowed by silent prayer and the Lord's prayer was given In unison. The secretary and treasurer reports were read and approved. Two applications for membership were read and an Investigating committee appointed. Bills were read and allowed. Resolutions of sympathy were extended to Mrs. Kate Hicks. It was decided by vote to give $2 to the Red Cross. At the next meeting, March 21, there will be three candidates for Initiation. A nice time Is being planned for the members who attend. There will be a St. Patricks day party with a dessert luncheon. The following birthday committee will be In charge: Mesdames Cora Comer. Ella Ginger, Fay Winter, Pearle Black, Roberta Kellenbarger, Margaret Carlson, Hlgna Tengstrom, Kate. Hicks, Anna Hallaln, Bertha Clites, Mabel Gamble and Clara Dunn. A good attendance is very much desired. The group sang America and the meeting closed with the pledge of allegiance and furling of the Haps. .7. A. Thorson entertained at a stag party last Thursday night at his home. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Honeymnn and Mrs. Mary B. Gibson retnrn- '•>! this week from Torrineton. Wyo., where they went to attend ih- wedding of Margaret Eaton, daushter of Mr. and Mrs! Tom Eaton. Mr. and Mrs. Xorman Fields and family came last Thursday from Springfield. Mo., for a visit in the home of the former's parents,' Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Fields, and with other relatives. Mrs. Fredf rick Larson and infant ton. John Frederick, born March 2S. came home last Thursday from the Red Oak hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jarnes Sowers who live in Malvern plan to celebrate their golden wedding Mar. 23 by holding open house. They are well known in this community. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Sawyers and Mrs. Estt'lla Sawyers spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Mary Sawyers near Glenwood. A group of ladles went in and surprised Mrs. Slgna Tengstrom Monday afternoon In honor of her birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hultqulst and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hultqulst of Red Oak visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hultqulst Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Shoop spent the week end In Burlington. Mrs. Maude Bateman of Tabor and Mrs. Clara Inman of Randolph were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bell and family. Afternoon and evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Austin Wolfe. Louise Marlene and David, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Alberts, Mrs. Ida Alberts and Misses Marjorie and Feme Alberts. Mr. and Mrs. George Mort of Valley. Xeb., and Ralph Weder- riuist who teaches at Ottumwa were week end visitors in their parents' home. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Wederqiilst. Miss Amy Hammers and father. Oliver Hammers, we're Sunday afternoon visitors in the Harry Kemp home. Sunday visitors in the Maurice Alberts home were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ranne and Mary Lou. Mr, and Mrs. George Mort of Valley, N'eb., Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brackett of Omaha, Mrs. Norris Clark of Glenwood, Mrs. Bell Brackett, Mrs. Ida Alberts, Marjorle and Feme and Ralph Wederquist. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bass had as guests for Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bower of Red Oak. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bower and Barbara and Leioy. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Qoy and two sons. Rodney and Lanny. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rhoades of Red Oak, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bower, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wilson and Paul Seeger were all Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bass. Dwayne Harris and family of Omaha spent the week end with his parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Williams and Margaret Harbor were Council Bluffs callers Thursday afternoon. W. B. Wheeler was an Omaha business caller Friday. -Word has been received from the Almo Skank family who recently left for Oregon to locate that they made the trip in a week with a few stopovers. Champ Harover of Lenox was a business caller in town Saturday. Theodore Shook and daughter Pauline and Dona Mae Aliens- worth were Red Oak callers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lerette have returned to their home in town. They had been staying with their son Earnest and family since a trip to Chicago. Several here have been 111 with the flu. Marian Harbor who attends college at Lincoln, Neb., spent the week end with home folks. Starting next Sunday there will be a weeks service at the Christian church each evening except Saturday. Rev. Lee will be present and there will be special m usie. Mrs Ruth Appley of College Spii"gs has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Elvyn Galloway, a few days. Mrs. Dave Owens has returned •Irom a few daj-s visit with her daughter Dorothy and husband in Omaha. Dick Steiner of Red Oak was a business caller in town Friday. The friends of Eleanor Cunningham are glad to learn that she Is getting along so well since her return from the Mercy hospital following an appendectomy. T. E. SHONKA, M. D. Physician and) Burgeon Office 8 doom south of Empress Theater Phones: Off. 4231, Re*. 4343 ITS HUMAN NATURE SCHOOL NEWS Baptist Church C. 11. Shnnklin, I' H stor March to Sunday school and church services In March. Sunday school is growing. We welcome you, 10 a. m. Morning worship: March with us In March to our Sunday services, 11 a. m. Evening services at 7:30. Wednesday: 7:30 p. m., raid- week meeting. 8 p. m.. choir practice. MI-IVH Ilrntlry. Ilouiile Iliir- melstcr, Sylvia Whlsler and Darlene Hevern, two forwards and tv.-o guards, have the honor of being placed on the all southwestern basketball honor roll. The girls won first In the county tournament and received a trophy MT. VERNON Emerson Methodist Church Rev. Clare H. lloos, Minister Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship service at 11:15. The regular monthly meeting of the W. S. C. S. will be held Wednesday, March 19, at 2:30 p. m. The mother and daughter banquet will be this Friday, March 14, at the church at 6:30 p. m. A good meal and program are planned and all mothers and daughters will want to attend. Cholrpractlce Wednesday at 8 GIFTS For All Occasions * L. S. ROBINSON 10-Day Watch Repair Service Glenwood, Iowa Mrs. Vance White has returned home from the Methodist hospital in Omaha where she took treatments for her eyes. Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Stokes spent Sunday with the latter's mother Mrs. Gus Shulte, at Earllng who was celebrating her 82nd birthday anniversary. The Christian Home Aid Society plans to meet next Thursday at the home of Mrs. Roberta Kellenbarger. Mrs. Margaret Grayson and Mrs. Ella Ginger are assisting hostesses. Mrs. Ella Stephens has been visiting this week in the home of her son Claude and family at Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Jones spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Rupp at Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Schick of near Malvern and Mr. and Mrs Ira Ballain of Red Oak were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schick. Mr. and Mrs. James Kline of Compton, Cal., are the parents of a daughter. Judith Carol. Mrs. Kline will be remembered as Kathleen Good. Carolyne Huntsman of Omaha spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Huntsman. Vonda Kell Hostest* to Silver Cloud Girls 4-H Club Miss Vonda Bell was hostess to the Silver Cloud girls 4-H club Monday evening. Ten members and Miss Lucille Stubbs were present. Pauline Morrical and Virginia Sego gave a demonstration on making .muffins. Refreshments of sandwiches, potato chips, pickles, cocoa and eskimo pie and candy were served by the hostess. Next meeting will be held with Carolyn Craig. The H. S. C. club met with Pearl Kline last Wednesday at her home. Mt. Vernon school held Its regular school board election Monday. Harry Kemp was reelected for a term of three years. Sunday dinner guests In the Harold Sinner home were Oscar Oleson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oleson of Strahan and Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Lueck of Arcadia, Neb., who are visiting in the Sinner home a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parker, Mrs. Miley Schmidt and Sammy were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Marion Wilhelm home. Mrs. Stinard of Albany, N. Y., was a dinner guest In the Leland Stroud home Monday. Mr. and'Mrs. John Schroeder and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schroeder moved from the Mt. Vernou community to a farm near Strahan. Mr. and Mrs. John Christianson and family are now living on the farm made vacant by the Schroeder family. We wish the Schroeders good luck In their new home and are glad to welcome the Christiansen family into thin community although they • are not strangers to this vicinity as they resided In Peaceville community before moving here. He won't go to the sorority dance with me ... he'd rather stay home and operate hi* Dad'» new tractor. Letf* go down to Breeding Implement & Motor Co. and look at thoM John Deere tractor* . . . they're pretty rugged competition. — Save Waste Paper! — HENDERSON BREEDING IMPLEMENT* MOTORS'- 0 JOHN DEERE- PLYMOUTH • DODGE DEALER * PIPER CUB » MALVIHH Mrs. Glen Hornbuckle Hostess to B. V. K. Club Friday Mrs. Glen Hornbuckle was hostess to the B. Y. K. club Friday afternoon. Ten members answered roll call. "Whom do you consider an outstanding American and why," was the topic for discussion. A letter received from Mrs. Bevis Sowers who has spent the winter in California was appreciated. Mrs. Ward Fickel Just returned from Washington, D. C., and gave interesting Incidents of her trip. A delicious lunch was served. - ^^•^••^^•1 Hampshire Sale Radio Sales Pavilion — Shenandoah 1 p- «• March 14 or this • 35 TOP BRED GILTS M ° st ° f them bred to Rada r and ° ar8 ° f n6W breedin * • 30 BIG, THICK FALL BOARS Aug. and Sept. pigs weighing from 200 to 300 pounds — best we have ever raised. Boars of new blood for old customers. • 10 OPEN FALL GILTS Write for big, free iliuatrated catalog HENDERSON FARM-DON JAMISON low. Mrs. Edith Day and son of Lincoln were guests last Wednesday in the Harry and Marie Paul homes. Joe Moore of Macedonia visited his sister, Mrs. Mary Wllkenson, last Wednesday. Dr. Thompson of Red Oak was a caller in town last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Norton, former residents. Long Beach, Cal., celebrated their 39th wedding anniversary March 14. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moore have moved to the farm they purchased some time ago. It has been, occupied by Richard Isaacson and family. Jud Coppock was a caller in Macedonia Tuesday morning. Mrs. Russel Coppock has accepted a position in the Galloway store as clerk. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Williams and Margaret Harbor were Council Bluffs callers last Thursday afternoon. Curtis Taylor has charge of one of the Howard Allensworth trucks. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Williams celebrated their 27th wedding anniversary March 10. Dr. DeWltt is btill confined to old home because ol a rucent Illness. Mr*. Howard Williams of the \Vules vicinity has bwm tu the Methodist hospital In Ow.hi* for observation. Macedonia b<u nurchaMd a new InternatlguaJ nro truck. Community Club Met March 4 at High School The Henderson Community club met at the high school last Thursday evening. The following program was given after the business session was conducted by Mrs. Darwin Shelton: One act play by high school group under direction of Supt, Hornbuckle. Our Peace Pageant and American songs, grade pupils, with Ruth Phillips directing. Irish Melodies on a Musical Saw, Joyce Pierson. A debate, "Resolved, That the Broom is More Useful than the Dishcloth," Art Fritcher and Glen Brown vs. Elsie Spring and Beth Davis. Vocal aolo, Jack Fickel. At the close of the program refreshments were served in the home economics room. Miscellaneous Shower for Mrs. .Arilith Skidinore Mrs. Arthur Allensworth and Mrs. Earl Allensworth were co- hostesses at a miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Ardith Skidmore last Tuesday afternoon. She received many useful gifts and a very pleasant time was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moore and Margaret and A. H. Harbor were supper guests Monday evening in the Ken Williams home. The occasion was in honor of the Williams' 27th wedding anniversary. Merrel Grouse and family of near Hastings were callers in town Sunday. The Young Married Claws of the Methodist Sunday School will hold a box Bupper and program March 21 ut the flyers Hall, the proceeds to go for u. water system for the church. tt dlv Several from here attended tlJo fuueral services In Avoca for (•leu Scheffurt Monday. Mr. Schuf- ten was electrocuted while ut work last Friday. Art Pierce who has b««u sta- tlwwd ou tuts wwu t . 04Wt Cttwe , a «»«r days tttto on furlou.h. u« Always on the Job Reddy Kilowatt is always on the 1ob at your nearest convenience outlet readv to bo^n"^ ^T t08aVe ^."23 la° tasks Pw'ormance of your dally Reddy is your cheapest servant, too While IOWA POWER ft LIGHT COMPANY Mdnrn U Ch«, i.
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