The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on May 22, 1947 · Page 2
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 2

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, May 22, 1947
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PAGE TWO THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, MAY 22, 1947 Strahan News Notes Strnhan Methodist <Tinrrh The ronprepation Is asked to hrins; flowers to help beautify our church at Memorial Sunday services Sunday at 9:45 a. m. The Mills county Methodist youth rally will be held at Malvern beginning at 3:30 p. m., Sunday. The fourth quarterly conference will be at Malvern Thursday, May 29, at 8 p. m. All heads of organizations are asked to bring written reports. <;nrrt<*n (1nb M«H>tlnR Held nt Home of Mr«. Prt Bhnnl Mrs. Bert Shaul and Mrs. Frank Cronse were hostesses to ElRhth Ciraifc Orndnatlon Exrrrlws Held Thnr-eday The community suppet. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Perkins and children of Imopenp and Bobby Orepne of Malvern were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Clara Shaffer and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Cozad and children and Mr, and Mrs. Junior Laughlin and baby spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and jirs. R. HENDERSON eighth grade graduation exercises N. Thomas In Shenandoah. the Strahan Garden club at the were held at the school house last Mrs. Henry Nlms went to Oma- home of Mrs. Shaul last WedneB- Thursday evening. The following ha last Thursday evening to as- HENDERSON HELD 32ND ILUMNI BANQUET Also Obaerves 50th Anniversary of the School Friday Mrs. Paul Phillips and family enjoyed a few days visit last wepk with her sister Florence and husband of Bnrbank, Cal. Orlo Harris received 13 listers last week from Beatrice, Xrt Howard Allensworth delivered J. W. Harvpy and Miss Madeline Wright were hosts at H picnic Friday noon on the pchool grounds. Guests present were the teachers. Mrs. Harvey. Mrs. Allen Norton. Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. Ruth Picker and daughter and X s .?-; r -rey; Art Wax, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crouse and Ponna ..and John Harvey Jr. We were very happy to have our parlor, Hev. L. C. Hall, and his family hack with ns at our Sunday morning worship service after their vacation. Ite\. Hall'a permon was Spiritual Regeneration. L. & G. ELECTRIC CO. Farm — Home — Industrial Wiring Fixtures — Appliances All Work Guaranteed Ph. 30305 Ph. 34158 Council muffs day afternoon. Mrs. J. W. Hathaway read some timely hints on ways to make eardening easier. Roll call was answered by "What I take to the gnrden with me." Minutes of the Inst meeting were read. Mrs. Hathaway read a letter from Mrs. Smith of Council Bluffs asking for names of all members so garden magazines of January, February, March and April could be sent to each. The subscription pri.-e was raised beginning with the May Issue. The afternoon program topic was "Tree Planting" by Mrs. M. c. Woodfill. who substituted for .Mrs. Roy Parker. She read "A Lazy Man's Orchard." In which, by scientific neglect of his land, orchardlst Rory Collins doubles his yield. Mr. Collins Idea began about 15 years ago when hard times hit Hood River. Vines for trellises and porch boxes were discussed by Mrs. Guy Grindle sr. Mrs. Frank Steele displayed a number of very lovely corsages which were very much admired. Mrs. Charles GIpe read a poem written by her sister, Mrs. Marvin Woodfill sang two Mother's Day songs accompanied by Mrs. Chas. Glpn. Seventeen members were present. Refreshments of ice cream, cake and coffee were served. Many 'ovtly bouquets of flowers were displayed. program wa«, presented: f'lay, "Murder on the BiMe School Starts May 26 for Two Week* _._ The vacation Bible school will them by truck. They were all start Monday, May 26, and will )n a 8nor t time, continue for two week. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Core of Marian Harbor of Lincoln, Le- Ames visited In the Harry Paul ora Harbor and Mrs. Don Fink of nome Friday evening and Satur- Omaha were guests In the Mrs. day xj, ey attended the alumni sist her daughter. Mrs. Byron Henderson held their 32nd pear , Harnor nome the last of banquet here Friday evening. enport"; reading, "I'm Leaving," Alvin Lowe; processional, Mrs. Picker ; in vocation. Rev. Strong, Malvern; class history. Patricia Kier; class will. Joan Wortman; special music, sextet; class prophecy, Max Irvin. Dav- Reed, with her spring houseclean- alumni banquet at the high school ing. Mrs. Maude Churchill of Malvern, who has been visiting her daughters In Nebraska, arrived They came to attend auditorium Friday evening with fhe alumn | Friday evening, an attendance of 140. It was also tnc Leo Boileau who attends col- Mr, and Mrs. Martin Chrlstof- ferson celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary May 17. Mrs. Jean Wilson had as the 50th anniversary of ^^ ^^ in Omaha Saturday night and school. The program and decora- Je|? 7"at~Ames spent several days RU ests In" her horne"^nnday for spent the night at the Mrs. Byron tlons were In keeping with the ]agt week with home f 0 ]kg and d | nne r her niece and friend from Mr. and Mrs. Ray Welda left Saturday for a vacation trip. Reed home. Sunday they were Joined by Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nlms and Shirley and Henry Nlms of Strahan and Mr. and Mrs. William Harrlman and children of anniversary. The program, "Through Fifty Years," was presented by the alumni association and others and Included skits, fits and sur- attended alumni Friday evening. Muscatlne and her brother and wife of Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moore and Mrs. Paul Kimsey of Shenan- Council Bluffs. All enjoyed a pic- prises that all enjoyed. Mrs. Frank Crouse made a business trip to Red Oak on the bus Monday. SALES REPRESENTATIVE FOR MALVERN, EMERSON, HASTINGS AND HENDERSON AREAS WANTED: host This Ix it line opportunity for the right iiuiii! Kxrliislvo territory rt-p- rv wnt (UK one of I In 1 oldest and known concerns in Ilic middle \vrst. Kvcrllc-nt, Mmity imoMic from nil stiles in your im-ii. KIDMAN'S STANOAIU) ST«K'K I'OXVDKIl luis been irolicd upon for iimny year* by thousands of nilM-rs of HO^H, Cuttle, Slu-op unil Poultry. Full cooperation from the district umiuu^-r anil homo ofllro. Acl- vc'ili-lnn In state farm papers anil local nr\vs|>a|H'rs. THIS DKAI. IS HUT — Write ijuii k for full information. Address KIDMAN'S STANDARD STOCK POWDER COMPANY 514 E. Court St. Des Moines, Iowa doah visited her mother, Mrs. Maude Arhennach, Monday. Patsy and Charles Kler experienced their first airplane ride Sunday evening. They enjoyed it very much. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kent of Omaha were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kier and children. Mrs. R. R. Kler and two children and Murjorie Clark and Elenor Conger were In Glenwood Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fltzwater made a business trip to Shenandoah Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gorman were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Opal Hayes at Avoca. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Costello art 1 the proud grandparents of a baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Costello at the Hand hospital in Shenandoah Sunday morn- Ing. The baby has been named Sarah Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Costello and I.ynn were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Costello's mother, Mrs. Sarah Goo and Florence at Shenandoah. Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Bass and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Coddington and children wont to Atlantic Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts. Mrs. Roberts is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Bass. Lyle Van Soyoc, newly elected Fremont county treasurer, and wife and children of Tabor were Wednesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. (Juy Grindle. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Grindle jr. and family were Sunday dinner nic dinner at Elmwood park in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Norton were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Carley at Carson. Mr, and Mrs. Nell Thomas of Oakland were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kayton and son. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Grindle and Dlanna Kay attended the commencement exercises at Thurman last Thursday evening. Their niece was among the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hathaway were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hathaway and children. They were Joined in the afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Woodfill of Strahan and Horace Waltz and three children of Red Oak. Joe Hathaway visited Everett Retherford Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kayton and Charles Kayton attended the funeral' services for Mrs. Ed Jenks at Climax Monday. A family dinner was held last Thursday at the Holland Trlvely home at Randolph in honor of visiting cousins. .Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Bentley and Mrs. Florence Henly of Madison, Wis. Among those present wero Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kayton and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kayton. Bill Ward and James and Junior Gibson spent Sunday with Freddie Brown. Air. and Mrs, Tom Brown and Frieda were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and .Mrs. J. W. Fullenwider. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Antrim and The classes of 1897 and 1947 were seated at one table. The five members of the 1897 class were Mrs. J. C. Goss, Mrs. J. R. Clark, Mrs. Ed Duke, Mrs. Edna Imel and Claude Owens. Mrs. Elizabeth Duysen was Mrs. Glen Hornbuckle who was on the cancer drive here wishes to announce that she collected Mrs. Ken Williams were Omaha $92.20 from the drive recently, callers Friday. Dan Perkins, a former resident Hefman ^ & ^ i-o KM* n/\w nf nnkiAnn. has ... . -. __ . "*»ij here but now of Oakland, has and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Harbor Seventeen relatives were guests have returned from their auto Sunday for dinner In the Ward trip to Oregon. They report a fine Cunningham home in honor of time and trip. Eleanor Cunningham who was mas'ter ofTeTemoniesT A "delicious recently married to Donald Dan- , wag he , d iels. They will live In Council Bluffs. dinner was served by the Christian Aid with high school girls as waitresses. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Cunningham celebrated their 21st wedding anniversary May 15. been elected president of the nowly organized Southwest Iowa and 'Eastern Nebraska Horse Our school closed Wednesday, school grounds by most of the grade*. Fourth and fifth grades enjoyed roller skating afterwards. HOLIDRV m omnHR ROT. Ira B. Allen OIvsc Address to Henderson Graduates Our school closed last Wednesday for summer vacation.' Commencement was held Wednesday show a8SOC , aUon . evening at the high school audl- . torlum, Rev. Ira B. Allen of Sidney giving the address. Seven graduates received diplomas and IB eighth graders were graduated. Special music was enjoyed and the following young people received awards: Barbara South, junior; Joan McOrew and Darlene Clark, seniors; Barrel Parker, freshman; Dwight Aliens- worth, sophomore; Wanda Bowen, eighth grade. 'landinq \\Ull guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Grin- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kayton ut- Ule sr. Mr. and tended the Friendship club meet- * own - Bill Harbor has returned from his teaching at Afton for summer vacation. The free shows that were to begin last Saturday evening were postponed until May 24 because of the chilly weather. Mrs. Mlllard Scheffert and daughters of Avoca were week end visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sowers. It was stated in last week's Leader that the new ball diamond was on the Art Frltcher property. It should have read on the Mrs. Pearl Harbor property rlorth of AK-SAR BEN RACES MAY 27th thru JULY 5th EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS 8 RACES DAILY Thi Finn! Mil* Track Bittveen Chicago and tkt Pacific Cout Mrs. Fred Newell of Jn B at the Mrs. I!, rt Fichter home Malvern were Sunday afternoon callers at the Clyde Conrad and Frank Crouse homes. A 12 foot freezer locker was installed Saturday In the Joe Hathaway farm home. Never too late to OUrPtATC J in Shenandoah Sunday. Mr. and MM. Ellis Grindle made a business trip to Tabor Friday, Mrs. Virgil Stockton of Malvern visited Mrs. Altha Church and her mother Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas elites and son spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard Curtis of Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Coppock and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jud Coppock were guests Sunday In the Gerald Penwell home at Morton Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Duke of Shenandoah and Mr. and Mrs. George Evans of Indianapolis, Ind., visited in the Dr. R. L. South home the last of the week. Mr. Evans Is a sister of Mrs. South. They came to attend the alumni ban- ADMISSION 75c Including Stall and Fid, To* LADIES'DAYS TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS (EXCEPT HOLIDAYS) Ladle* Admitted Upon Payment of 35c Tax Service Charge and Hugo Seipold of Malvern is do- auet - ing some repair work on the barn on the Zeno Hass tenant place west of the Bass farm residence. Mrs. Morris Woodfill and daughter, Mrs. Joe Hathaway, The young married class of the Methodist Sunday school gave a farewell party at the church Sunday evening In honor of the Hornbuokles who will move No Children Admitted! TIME; 2:Qp:|PM Ra^iM-?:•.> i »> Race) KKhThurulgyi-30PM, YOU'VE MADE A GOOD TAKE-OFF CLASS OF 1947... with a splendid record of performance behind you. Now for a "perfect landing" in the field of your choice. THE BEST OF LUCK TO ALL OF YOU I L. S. Robinson Jeweler "Gifts for All Occasions" Glen wood, Iowa and -Mrs. Zeno Bass and daugh- to Essex - A lullch was served. BECAUSE, molecular attraction fastens a special in- gradient in Conoco N'* Motor Oil so closely to metal surfaces of your engine that cylinder walls are actually Oil-Plated ... BECAUSE, this extra lubricant resists gravity... stays up on cylinder walls ... can't all drain down, even overnight.. . Conoco N'* gives EXTRA protection from "dry" starts ... EXTRA protection from carbon and sludge caused by wear... EXTRA smooth, cool, silent miles! BECAUSE it's never too late, make a date to Oil-Plate your engine ... today! ter, Mrs. Lyle Coddlngton, attended the mother and daughter tea party of the Eastern Star ken- singtoii Friday at Malvern. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Welda, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Coddington and children and Mr. and Mrs. Zeiio Bass enjoyed a picnic supper at Wltt cared for The town baseball team played Carbon Sunday and won the game. Aletha Buckles had the misfortune a few days ago to fall and injure her knee. Several stitches had to be taken. Dr. De- McKEE FUNERAL HOME Lloyd W. (Sine) SIcKee CARSON, IOWA Ambulance Service PHONE 100 Carso» the Bass home last Thursday. -Mr. and Mrs. Jared AVoodflll and daughter visited Ray Torn- liuson at Red Oak Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wilson and daughter of Shenandoah were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilsou. They Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Byers, Jerry, Jo Ann and Dona accompanied by Wiley Cross, left Monday morning for a trip through Missouri. They will visit Wiley's parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Cross at Oilman City, Mo., Monday night. They expect to visit points i Continent*] Oil Company were joined in the afternoon by of interest '" southern Missouri Mr. and Mrs. Harry Conrad and before ret « Tttt ne home. Dick Steiner of Red Oak was a business caller In town last son Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Haines of Hastings and George Irvin were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Mary Conger and Eleanor. Rev. and Mrs. 'Felt of Red Oak visited in the T. D. Phillips and Mrs. Dorothy Payne of Ter- Mr8- Marle Paul homes last Wedrell, Tex., came Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. Charles Gipe, and her husband for a week. They went to Council Bluffs to meet Mrs. William Hodoval who arrived for a visit at the Gipe home also. Mrs. Hodoval is from Bellvue. nesday. Dwayne Norton and family who were visitors here a few days have left for their home in Long Beach, Cal. Mrs. Edith Viner spent several days last week in the home of her son Lorell and family at Pfc. Dale Antrim spent a three clearfleld - Her grandaughter day pass at the home of his par- Maril >' n eraudated from that ems, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Antrim, 8ch ° o1 last Thursday evening, last week. He was enroute from The Cnristi au church has put Keesler Field, Miss., to Chauute rubber mats on the steps inside Field, 111. Pfc. Donald Conrad arrived Monday for a furlough. He is to report at Ft. Casey, Wash., June 1. He has just returned from Goy Oil Company DISTRIBUTORS CONOCO Gasoline Lubricants, Fuel Oil We'll b« only too glad to take care of your need* no matter what th» weather. Phone 4111 for TANK WAGON SERVICE or get it from th« following cl«*lertt BEN BREEDING CO. C. A. SWANSON & SONS SALVERS AUTO CO. HOLDEN SERVICE STATION the church. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stephens were Omaha callers last Wednesday. Mrs. J. C. Goss was a Macedo- overseas where he spent" eight uia caller last Wednesday. months in the Aleutian Islands Prances Maxwell, a former Saturday night guests of Mr. HenllerBon resident, superlnten- and Mrs. Lester Shook and detu ot tne ftla »°n City schools, daughter were Mr. and Mrs. El- has been "Delected at a ruiso in den Nutting of Mito. Mrs, Nutting 8ttlai- y- Is Mr. Shook's sUter. Sunday Franc** Lee, daughter of Kev. they were ull dinner guests of and Mrs ' L<:ie °' Elliott, gradu- Mr. and Mm. George Ginger at ated trom the Elll °U school May Emerson. H with a class of 18. Mr. and Mm. Virgil Ronk and Mr ,' and Mrs ' Wtord of Quth- l.urry of Mulv«ru were Sunday lle CBn '« 1 ' *r« occupying roomg cvsulug visitor* of Mr. and Mrs, at llle Ilu 8'' McSweeuey home. U'8U<r Shook ana daughter. Mr»! Mr- ( ' lifforl1 ls helping Ur. H. L. Uotik U Mrs. Suuok'» »kt«»r. South in hl« wtorluarliiu work. Mr. uud M™. 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