The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on March 20, 1947 · Page 9
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 9

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, March 20, 1947
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id r- 58 a s. r. EMERSON _THE MALVERN LEADER. MALVERN. IOWA. MARCH 20, 1947 Methodist Church Rev. Clare H. Boos, Minister Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship service at 11 r 15. Choir practice Wednesday, 8 p. m. The W. S. C. S. Spiritual Life March 28, at 2:30 p. m., with Mrs. Claud Barns. The pastor will administer baptism to all who wish this service on Easter Sunday morning. Let the pastor know if you plan for this service. Any who wish Emerson Baptist rhnwh C. H. ShaitWIn, Pastor Snnday, March 23: Sunday school, 10 a. m. March to Snnday school in March. Morning worship, 11. Evening services, 7:30. Wednesday mid weelt meeting, we welcome yon to our services. do so on Easter Sunday morn™/ «* «• >»'°' <•' srs ssr E,T r -rr '••"'""• a W^°L ? "*." A »hich time r .SB ' Mr*. Ernest White Hostess to W. 8. C. 8. March IS The W. S. C. S. met in regnlar session at the home of Mrs Ernest White last Thursday afternoon. Twelve members answered roll call. Mrs. Verna White presided. Pearl Jackson was acting secretary. Mosdames Van Orsdel and Harman were appointed to the courtesy committee. Alice navies presented a very interesting lesson on Children and Their Church. Marjorie Harman sang two solos. Refreshments were served by the hostess and her committee. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Harman April 10. Luclle Jones will be in charge of the lesson, "One Hundred Years of Methodism in China." Albm AwTnn-wn Honored on His Bfrthda? Albert Asmnssen was pleasantly surprised Sunday when his relatives came from far and near to help him celebrate his birthday. He received many gifts and cards to remind him that old time was on the wing. A botinti- ful pot luck dinner was served at noon. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Limbnrg and son Irvin, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Limburg and family, Mr. aad Mrs. Adolph Bothe and son, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Timm and son, Treynor; Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Dehren and Roger of Hancock; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brammeler, Emerson; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brnnning, Macedonia; Mr. and Mrs. Arno Asmns- sen and children and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Asmussen and Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Clif Kelly. Engene and Rnth. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bloomer and Mr and Mrs. Ernest White enjoyed the Ice hockey game In Omaha Taesdav teachers of children In the Sunday school. The teachers of the primary, junior and intermediate departments should all plan to attend this meeting at Villlsca at the Methodist church, Thursday, March 27, beginning at 9 a. m Registration fee 76c. Bring table service and food material for basket dinner. Let the pastor know li you plan to attend. Misses Kathleen Cheney and Omaha in the Grew Joa " na M °' t° be getting along all right but ssra r ss Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seeger were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Less Pippitt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sawyers and Mrs. Estella Sawyers visited Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Garrett Sunday. Friends pf Mrs. Mary Sawyers will be glad to know she is improving after her recent operation in the Edmundson hospital. Little Gerry Sell has been having a siege of chicken pox the past week. Mrs. Bernard Roenfeldt entertained at a party for her little daughter Sandra's fourth birthday last Saturday afternoon. Twelve little friends and their mothers and Mrs. Less Richardson and Mrs. Ruth Sell were present. Mesdames Van Orsdel, Davies, Kelly and White were in Shenandoah Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom White enjoyed a family cooperative dinner In the home of Miss Desda and Grace Evans in Glenwood Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Seeger received a message last Thursday afternoon that their daughter Jeanne, norse In the Methodist hospital in Des Molnes, was suffering an acute attack of appendicitis. Later in the evening a message came that she had been operated on. Mr. and Mrs. Seeger drove to Des Molnes Friday and found Jeanne doing nicely and a later report Is she Is making a good recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams were visitors Sunday afternoon in the Drayton Slaughter home Mr. and Mrs. Drayton Slaughter accompanied by Mr. and Mrs Wood Cheyney were in Omaha Friday. Little Judy Phelps. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Phelps, is on the sick list this week Mr. and Mrs. Mac Throckmorton and Mayo Bass of Ames visited Monday and Tuesday in the Sidney Scherer home. Mr. and Mrs. Clif Kelly, Eu- Kene and Ruth and Mr. and Mrs Ernest White were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bloomer. ft the taking of bids for the Consolidated school district of Henderson, Iowa, for the build- ln« nnd erertlon of a high- srhool andltorlnm nnd jrymnns- Inm. Notice la hereby given that the boarfl of directors of the Consolidated school district of Henderson. Iowa, will meet at the Bchoolhouse building In the town of Henderson. Iowa, at eight (8) o'clock p. m. on the 2nd day of April, 1947. for the purpose of receiving bids for the building and erection of a highschool au- ditorlam and gymnasium in accordance with the plans and specifications now on file in the office of the secretary of said Board of directors at Henderson, Iowa. Proposals will be received by said Board of directors and at the time as above stated will be opened and publicly read. No bid may be withdrawn for a period of ten days from the date and hour set for receiving bids. Said Board of directors reserves the right to reject any and all hlds and to waive any informality In the bids. hldd*r plainly marked on the outside of the envelope and shall be addressed to the board of directors. Consolidated school district of Henderson, Iowa. In care of the secretary. The fart of submitting a bid will be construed by said Board of directors to mean that the person, firm or corporation submitting such bid has carefully examined the plans and specifications for such highRchool auditorium and gymnasium and that he. they or it are fully prepared to enter into a contract with said Board of directors for furnishing the material and the labor to be used and performed In the construction and erection of said auditorium and gymnasium. By virtue of statutory authority, preference shnll be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa, and preference shall be given to Iowa domestic labor. By order of the Board of dl- rottors of the Consolidated srhool district of Henderson, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hillyer and Ron Floyd were visitors' in the HOBS Bryant home Monday. Bids must be accompanied by a certified check equal to five per cent of the amount of the bid, payable to the secretary of the Consolidated school district of Henderson, Iowa. All proposals must be sealed and shall have U<s name of the Cordon Stelner President, Hoard of directors of the Consolidated school district of Henderson, Iowa. Attest: n. F. Dlttus Secretary. 38-2. Oummed tape in rolls for snip. 35c per roll, 1 In. x 600 ft. The Malvern Leaner. gut. at the Southwestern Oil station. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Potter and family of Lenox spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mre. Harry Potter. Dean Boawell has given up his work at the Southwestern Oil station. Supt. Frank Shaw has been elected as principal in the Odebolt high school for next year. He has been here for several yoarg. Norman Fields has accepted work at the compressor station. He and his famil their homo here. Greenwood Lbr Co Mr - and Mrs. Harvie Douglas spent Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs. RaVL^ropT The Red Cross Drive is On... Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Harger of Rock Port, Mo., spent the week end in the home of their daughter, Mrs. Ray Sellers, and family. The Emerson Baptist Ladles Aid Society will meet at the home of Mrs. Pauline Greenwood March 27. Everyone is to bring some- Hostesses are Mrs. John Hascall, Mrs. 0. W. Carlson and Mrs. Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sawyers and Mrs. Estella Sawyers visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Garrett south of Glenwood Sunday. Channlng McFadon who teaches in St. Louis, Mo., is to como Friday of this week to spend a few days vacation with his mother, Mrs. Eugenie McFadon. The Christian Home meeting was postponed until Thursday of next week due to illness. Mrs. Roy B. Shoemaker ia employed ascook at the Broadway. McKEE FUNERAL HOME Lloyd W. (Mac) McKee CARSON, IOWA Ambulance Service KECAPPi FCPACC 3H* POINT 18-TMAT PACE SERVICE CO. B.F. Goodrich FIRST IN RUBBER TIREGNAINS* 7.7S YOU CAN NEARLY ALWAYS FIND THE THINGS YOU NEED At OUR BIG MODERN STORE Galvanized Tubs 10 qt. pails Box End Wrenches VIGORO — in the quantity you need. Cigarettes Pressure Cookers Seeds YES, THE WAR IS OVER But the Red Cross war against misery and suffering NEVER ends. In peace, as in war, the Red Cross keeps on fighting —- fighting for human happiness and welfare all over the world. v ASK THE VICTIMS OF DISASTER Hurricanes, floods and epidemics strike at thousands of American families every year. This year, as always, the Red Cross will be there — with emergency medical aid for the injured . . . food, clothing and shelter for the homeless... rehabilitation for the needy. WAR AGAINST HUMAN SUFFERING NEVER ENDS. ASK OUR WOUNDED VETERANS They know at firsthand how the Red Cross helps them through their suffering, and makes their days less drab. Right now, the Red Cross is providing thousands with guidance in personal and family problems . . . furnishing representation for their claims . . . aiding readjustment to civilian life. CONCERN FOR OUR VETERANS' WELFARE NEVER ENDS. UNDERGROUND GARGAGE RECEIVER Here's something new every householder will want. Extra big garbage container with iron case and dog-proof lid, easy to install at ground level — out of sight — to empty-,—.—.-,. 19' AS* OUR Cl'S The Red Cross is a link with home. It helps to maintain the GI's morale with recreational programs and many personal services. THE NEED FOR THIS TOUCH OF HOME CONTINUES. ASK THE VICTIMS OF ACCIDENTS Every year, 100,000 are killed and 10,000,000 injured by accidents in the United States. Red Cross First Aid, Water Safety, and Accident Prevention programs help reduce this tragic toll. THE WAR ON ACCIDENTS NEVER ENDS! SO THE RED CROSS ASKS YOU TO GIVE For this vital, humanitarian work, the Red Cross needs YOUR help. Your contributions will help thousands of our fellow-Americans •— many of them in our own community. So, won't you give now to the American Red Cross? It depends on YOU . . . just as countless Americans will depend on IT. We know you won't let them down! Complete set of service for eight in a beautiful pattern. PACE SERVICE GIVE So Your RED + CROSS Can Carry On! Mills County Quota $2,400 YOUR RID GROSS HKD$ YOUR AIDI MAIL OR GRING YOUR DONATION TODAYI Mills County Chapter American Red Cross

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