The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 12, 1947 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, June 12, 1947
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r'AGE EIGHT THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, JUNE 12, 1947 RANDOLPH * RANTH>U'H WlTHOffT TRAIN SERVICE The heavy rain which visited the entire state last Wednesday loft In its wake many acres of v.-a«hed out corn fields snd pome other damage to property In Randolph and community. The electrical service was so Rl'TH VANATTA BRIDE OP WOOI»ROW roXGT.SAKER At 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, at the Methodist chnrch at Randolph. Miss Ruth Alene Vanatta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Vanatta, berarne the bride Charles Wood row Ix>nginaker, pon of Mrs. L. O. Lonstnaker and the grnest boolc. For her poine away costnme the bride rhose a grey sell with black and white accessories. Her corsage was of gardenias. The bride is a graduate of Randolph hieh school, was graduated from Stephens college, Co- Inmhla, Mo., and from the University of Nebraska. She. is a Malvem Youngster* Po«e tot Picture* C. member of the Delta Delta Delta of sorority and a former teacher in the Randolph and Lincoln, Xeb.. . schools. disrupted that there was no elec- the late Mr. Longinaker. Rev. J. tricity for most ot the day Wed- R. Enelund officiated at the 1m- tiosday. It had been raining in- prpssive ceremony. The altar was beautifully decorated with floral arraneements of «room termlttently all day but along toward evening the down pour began in earnest, accompanied by pink and white gladioli, pink and a great deal of wind and lightning white snapdragons, palms, ferns By Thursday morning the Nishna river was completely out of its banks, covering all the adjacent corn land and running over the highway. The west approach of the bridge west of town hail washed away to a dangerous degree and no traffic was allowed to cross for several hnucs. However this was soon repaired. Deer Creek south of town also went on a rampage, the water from this usually quiet stream swelling to such a degree thai II entered the K. Huebenklng and Mrs. Hertle. Thomas homes as well as Merle Kerrel's workshop. About n mile of the rtuiliiiKton Irark between Handolph and Hastings was washed out in various places. Seven hundred feet of trnrk is washed out south of Randolph near the Anderson bridge. There has hem no trnln service into the village since last Wednesday and as yet there Js no definite report as to when It will bo possible to resume service. The local agent. \V. B. Kstea, is working BB a special operator at Olenwood during the emergency, while this . station is closed. end two seven-bran"!! candelabra. Mrs. Melbarose Wichert. pianist of Omaha, presented a pro- pram of nuptial music as Miss Alice Longinaker, niece of the groom, liehted the candles. She wore a long pink taffeta dress and her wrist corsage was of pink and wiiile tarnations. Mrs. Herman Johnson of Omaha sang "I Love You Truly." She also sang "The Lord's Prayer" immediately following the ceremony. To the Ft rains of Lohengrin's \Veddlng March, the bride came down the aisle on the arm of her father who gave her in marriage. The bride was lovely In a weddhic: gown of nylon marquisette, fashioned with a fitted bodice, wrist length sleeves, round Ber- llin collar, trimmed with lace medallions and with the full skirt •sweeping into a train. Her fingertip vdl fell from a tiara of p'earl- l/cd orange blossoms. She carried a, bridal arrangement of white carnations, centered with gardenias. Her only ornament was a strand of pearls, the gift of the bridegroom. The matron of honor was Mrs. is a graduate of Randolph high school. He served In the army for 46 months, the last 10 in the Asiatic and Pacific theaters. Mr. and Mrs. Longinaker left Sunday evening for a motor trip to Kansas City, fpon their return they will make their home on a farm southeast of Randolph. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Herman Johnson, Mrs. Melbarose Wichert. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Anderson all of Omaha, Miss Ruby Lindqulst of Stiinton. Ia., Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ebers of Auburn. Neb., Mr. Charles Longinaker, Mr. and Mrs. Kric Kdlund of Malvern, Mrs. Harriett Anderson of Shenandoah .and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hoss of Tabor. Miss Ida Locas and Verne Mrt. Zimmerman and ner BOB Balding were dinner guests of Mr. and daughter of Hamburg spent and Mra. R. E. weflerqnlst er. on Snnday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. l>. S. McCracken. She la a* Mr and M r8 E. W«MM *oon « the W H. Chambers horn* were Snnday evening supper In Anderson, Mrg. Chambers who was Qnite 111 *««1 ««*• «*°« mach improved. MlM Bffle Chftm- bers, who ma * M * c * *°™ e * U * Mr. and Mrs. WH Chambers ha« been on the sick UK. She Is 83 years of age. ^ _ ......... ,^. , , . ...... . of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wederqnist Jr. Ivan Olson of Minnesota visited one day last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Daa Wilson and famllv Classified Ads Pay Top row, left to right: JanetKaye, danghter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zanders. Malvern; Vivian Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harman, Malvern; DarlaJean. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baucom, Malvern; Delores, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller, Malvern. Bottom row: Gary Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Panl Durham. Malvern; Karen Lee, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Harry Smith, Malvern; Larry Dean and Garry Lee, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baucom, Malvern. MISS PATTY PERKIXH TO fJIHLH STATE Miss Patty Perkins of dolph. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert PerKins, has been chosen to attend the second annual Girls State at Grinnell, July 23 to 30. Patty's name was submitted by the Guy Nolan Unit No. 565 ot DELEGATES TO STATE 4-H GIRLS' CONVENTION Fremont county will be represented at the ISth annual state 4-H Girls club convention at Iowa State college by seven local club delegates and one adult leader, Harley Walker, county extension director, announced this week. Dates for the convention are June IS to 20. visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Churchman during her mother's absence. The Ilebekah Kensington will meet Friday afternoon, June 13, with Mrs. Albert Plerson. All the members are cordially invited to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bliss and Gary spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs, Tom Rumery Handr-fda of Mills Conntians read Your Want Ad every we*k. R A~T~E B <ft Per line, one Insertion,. 10c Each stjtaetiaent Insertion.... »c Minimum chargre *°5 An additional service charge of 25c will be made for each blind aa which must be answered at The Lender office. FOR SALE Selected to represent their local and son. clubs were Virginia Hatten of the Sidney Silver Skylarks; Esther Rawlins of the Happy Valley Miss Edith Woodward of Chicago came Sunday for a weeks visit at the home of her sister, For sale: Purebred Spotted Poland China fall boars. Good ones. Vaccinated against cholera and erysipelas. Dean Jackson, Glenwood, Ia., Ph. 415. BO-1. Por wile: Nine acres of bluegrass for stripping. Ph. 5631, S. S. Summers. 50-1. For sale: Windmill pump In •Wanted: Custom baling. Ph. 466, Hastings, Mervln Turner. ^ 46tr Baling wanted: Ph. 1 on 11. Ryan Lakln, 4 ml. north of Emerson.^ p.47-4. WANTED: Sewing Machine repairing, any make, any model. Leave head or phone Bloedel Hdwe., phone 3611. Oden Sewing Machine Co. All work guaranteed. We buy old machines. 87 tt. Wanted; Pick-up baling. H. J. Parker, 24 on 6, Emerson, p.48-3 A well established Western lown Distributor wants a man to direct sell a line of fast moving merchandise in Malvern territory. We require this man to be married, own an automobile, and be well established in his commu- club; Vida Holllman of the Rlv- Mrs. Fred Focht, and also to see con dit'lon Ph. 4822, George nity. We will pay a drawing ac,^« u..«ti».-a> \Toctc-ift Smith of hpr mnfher. Mrs. HpilQ Wood- ft ' - «. .. _* i-...* «. ttK n «Ai ««.ut«<» erton Hustlers; Madge Smith of her mother, Mrs. Belle ward, who has been a house guest u d , h ghe wag a junlor ln tne the Washington P. E. P. club; and £ • fichool ]nst Joan Ban of thp LocUBt GroV e of Mr. and Mrs. Focht for the Malony. requirements Lively Lassies; Dixie Meek will to be fulfilled before represent the Fisher Loyal Work- a girl is qualified to attend Hawk- ers and Doris Tompklns will go eye Girls State. She must be from the Walnut Ever Heady CHILDREN'S DAY PROGRAM AT THK MKTHOIHHT CHURCH A splendid children's day program was given at the Methodist church last Sunday morning. The theme of the program was "Build- Ing the Church of Tomorrow", and brought out the phases of religious work as carried on by the Beginners group, the Junior group, the Young peoples groups and the adult membership. Two vocal solos, one by Ann Comstock the other by Iva Jean Shirley, were enjoyed. Rosemary Fichter played a very lovely piano number/ The offering taken at the close of the service will go to the student loan fund of the Methodist church. Milton Ebers of Auburn, Neb. Her comp , etln ' g her trilrd ye ar in high club. dress was of ice-blue nylon mar- „„,,„„, aho mllst rank scholastic- Adult leader who will accora- past several months. Misses Florence and Edith Brannlan drove to Omaha Thursday. That evening Miss Edith Brannlan attended an alumni banquet of the Methodist Nurs- For sale: Shumann piano $60. Ph. 4126, Mrs. Olen Pevehouse. p.DO-2. cjuet of pink carnations. L. M. Longlnaker was his brother's best man. Ushers were Ralph Costello, brother-in-law of the groom, and Herman Johnson ot Omaha. The bride's mother, Mrs. Vanatta, was attired in a black faille suit and wore a corsage of white- carnations. Mrs. Longlnak- er, mother of the groom, wore an aqua mesh with a corsage of pink carnations. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the beautiful country home of the bride's parents for the relatives and guests. The bride's table was covered with a beautiful white linen ——————— cloth. Decorations of pink and Mrs. Arthur Churchman and white sweet peas and amllax were two sons called In the Joe Church- used with white tapers tn crystal qulsette. She carried an arm bou- al]j . ln ' the upper half of her class, pany the girls is Mrs. George Ing school. Miss Lillle Monroe ot she must be of good character Teachout, county club chairman, and have good health, she must Miss Shirley Lorlmor, county possess qualities of leadership youth assistant, will also attend. flnd patrlotlsm and be able to bH hack to her commun i t y All girls attending the convention are required to be active something of what she will learn club members and more than 15 at Girl's State. The Hawkeye Girls State Board of Directors make the final decision as to who will attend. Two Girls from Fremont county this year. Miss Bar- Iney being the other girl chosen. years of age, Mr. Walter said. Attendance of leaders has been limited this year to one for each 10 girls. FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE ENTERTAINED The members of the Frlenda- ship circle spent a very pleasant Mr. with man home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Conia Coy and Karen were Sunday dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. Grace Summers. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Longlnaker visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Benton of Tabor Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vanattn and Ruth, Mrs. Funnle Longinaker and Woodrow, Mrs. L. M. Long- inuker and Mrs. Floyd Ross of Tubor were Omaha visitors one dav last week. holders. A three-tiered wedding cake topped with a symbolic wedding ornament, centered the table, Mrs. Harriet Anderson of Shenandoah, aunt of the bride, poured. Mrs. Elmer Anderson of Omaha, another aunt ot the bride, served. Mrs. Carroll Anderson of Omaha, cousin of the bride, served the wedding cake after it was cut by the bridal couple. Mrs. Floyd Ross of Tabor, sister of the groom, had charge of Ross Smith the hostess. There was a short business meeting after which Mrs. L. S. McCracken conducted the devotional period. Miss Iva Jean the "Learning to Live in a Changing World" Is the theme of this year's convention. This Is one of the 10 national guideposts for 4-H work adopted two years ago. The entire program for the convention has been developed to give the delegates a clearer understanding of the changes which are takin Juatments in meeting the changing situations, Mr. Walker said. Features of the program will Include addresses by prominent speakers, discussions by panels of the members and other individuals, the annual election of state officers and a fan night. To give the delegates an In- West Point, Neb., accompanied them home and was an overnight guest In the Brannlan home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Faye Yates and sons visited at the W. W. Young home in Shenandoab. , Dale Hughes of Omaha spent the week end with hU parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hughes. John Giles submitted to major surgery at the Hamburg hospital last week. His many friends will be glad to know that he IB making a very good recovery. For sale: Large Bite roll top, quarter sawed, golden oak office desk, almost like new, $37.50. A real bargain. Ph. 409J. Frank Deerwester, Glenwood, 60-2. 60-1. count against a liberal selling commission. Write P. O. Box No. 29, Council Bluffs, Iowa, giving a brief outline of your qualifications, and also enclose a snapshot of yourself and we will arrange for an Interview. 49-2. MACHINERY a New International Dump , For Bale: Thompson Tomahawk Rakeg for M , e Cappe i Machinery Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Eates attended a ceremonial of the White Shrine at the Masonic temple in Bluffs Saturday evening. Shenandoah members ot Drexel Allely ot Kansas City visited last week with hla par- and with his wife and daughter Seed Corn. Number 46. A good number to plant for short season. Paul McMahlll, Glenwood, la. SO-1. • REAL ESTATE • For nale: Malvern Real Estate: I now have the Danford reildence just a block west of the school house. A very good modern house with a new oil burning furnace and garage in the basement. Can give .possession at once. Also have several good building lots and two business houses that will make you a good Investment. And three well improved acre- ages close In. If you-want to buy or sell real estate I would like to help you. Andy J. Berkhimer. 49-2. • LOST AND FOUND * Co., ph. 6121, Malrern. 50-1. 2 New Cultivators for H ft M tractors, for sale, Capp%l Machln- e ry Co., ph. 6181, Malvern. 60-1.• MISCELLANEOUS • A Spencer Support of rid you ot °P n fatigue. Call Mrs. Myrtle Rockafellow, ph. 6741 or 3 en. ] p.48-4. Bring your for charging; 50c, all 2-volt ble Store, Now. taste Smo-kay ^^^^^«i ' * i& | NEW favorite among accompanied at the piano by her mother, Mrs. Glen Shirley. Mrs. ir-ESsx ,r r:r. -r^™ s= is being brought to the convention by General Motors Corp. It will include many scientific marvels developed in the research laboratories of the nation. There will, be special choruses and other musical numbers for the convention sessions and spe- 12 sent. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. C. I). Ott. PRESBYTERIAN LADIES AID The members of the Presbyterian Ladies Aid met at the church last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Bill Martin as hostess. Mrs. D. D. Williamson conducted the devotional service. A very interesting letter was read from Mrs. cial project sections for the dele- n ' n g- Mr. and Mrs. Millard Young of Coin and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Young were calling on friends and relatives here last Thursday. S/Sgt. and Mrs. Leonard LaPort of Omaha were visitors In the Merle Ferrel home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kurb Potts of Council Bluffs visited relatives in Randolph Sunday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Gene Focht and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Estes attended a movie at Tabor Sunday eve- Found: Putter on course. Bill Wortman. Fairvlew 50-1. We repair nil make* o Ing machines, vacuum cleaners and electric motors. Service on oil burners and stokers. Satisfaction guaranteed. Emerson Electric Service, Emerson, la. 29tf. WANTED SEED CORN See our display of corn, Mills county's largest ylelders. Prices are right. Use Old Nick seed WANTED for Rawleigh treatment on your seed corn. Pro- worms. 47tf. business in City of Malvern. Sell tect' against bugs and to 1500 families. Write today. GOOD GRAIN CO. Free- Rawlelgh's, IAF-363-SA, port, IlL 50-1. Mrs. Alice Cora McCord Hetzel and Mrs. were Tabor visit- KRAFT CHEESE SPREADS • It's a tantalizing blend of Cheddar and hickory smoke flavors—this Smo-kay, the newest of the 8 famous Kraft Cheese Spreads. Keep an os- softment of these handy, delicious Kraft^Spreads r ready ' ' ' bers of Iowa State college and Vangie Armstrong a former mem- | ea " 1 ot . the newest developments ber of the aid who now lives in in the home economics fields. California. It was decided to purchase a new light for the pulpit. Lovely refreshments were served by the hostess. gates. In these meetings the girls will have an opportunity to meet with specialists and faculty mem- or9 Sunday afternoon. Basil Steele returned Wednes- Wauled: Standing hay In the Held, alfalfa or clover. Ryan Lakin, Emerson. p. 49-2. Ink • O • Mur marking pen — handy for marking wltfc brush strokes on most surfaces, for lettering, drawing or other uses. See them at The Leader office. The Presbyterian Ladles Aid will meet at the church Wednesday, June 18, with Mrs. H. C. Rumery as hostess. All members invited to attend. The Odd Fellow and Rebekah Lodges held a dance at the I. O. O. F. hall Saturday evening which was enjoyed by a large crowd. At a late hour refreshments were served. Mrs. Coy Churchman and Jackie spent last week at Hamburg where they were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Webster and other relatives. Patty Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kaytdn of Swahan, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Trively and. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kilpatrick .visited the Singleton cemetery southeast of Randolph, Sunday. They also visited at the Paul Fichter home. day from California where he la employed. Mrs. Steele and their son will return with him and they plan to make their home in California. Mr. and Mrs. Harley "Walker of Sidney called on Rev. and Mre. Englund Saturday evening. Uev .and Mrs. Lester Hall and children of Malvern were Sunday evening visitors of Rev. and Mrs. Englund. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Martin of Sidney called on their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Boh, Martin . •Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kilpatrick and Jonnie, Sunday evening. Just in « THREE NEW Remington Portable Typewriters A limited supply of these fine new machines was received last week and are ready for immediate delivery. These are complete in every way — standard keyboard with pica-size type, paragraph spacer, back-spacer, margin controls and other essentials to good typing. You are cordially invited to see them at any time. The Remington DeLuxe No. 5 Portable is priced at $74.50 plus taxes. The Malvern Leader visited Ira Turner of Malvern, who is a patient at the Mercy hospital in Council urday. Mr. Turner ill. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kilpatrick Mr. and Mrs, Russell Douglass accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bluffs, Sat- B l°° m er of Shelby to Kansas City is seriously on Saturday, On Sunday they attended the wedding of Miss Mary Frances McClougban which was . . . . spent Tuesday at Creston where solemnized at the Melrose Metao- they attended a meeting of the Endowment Board of the Order of the Eastern Star of Iowa. Mr. Kilpatrick Is chairman of the Board dist church In Kansas City. Misa McCloughan ia a cousin of Mrs. Douglass. ^ Mr - and Mrs - Clarence Schn* ackel and family of Omaha were guest of her daughter and tarn- Sunday dinner guests of Rev. and ily. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kilpat- Mrs - '»• °- Douglass. Afternoon the paat <*»<>« lo the Pouglaw home in.. eluded Mr. and. Mrs. Clayton for rick, of Thurman two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sedoris Douglass of ShenandoaJi, Clayton and children of Omaha visited her Douglas* Jr. of Boulder, Colo, mother, Mrs. Mamie Sunday afternoon. Rev. and Mr», J. B. Englund left Tuesday afternoon '° r De» Kilpatrick, Mr - aad M «- Robert and eon of Ames. Mrs. Fannie Longiuaker enjoyed a birthday surprise Friday, *"»"*• Koy ««r4 1***% 0«*t» <»«A *wl Woodrow Mr. ana Mr», 8, ». California ***** Suaday «v«alag at <* Mr, aud Mrs. A. J. Moines. where they will attend June « when member* 0* b« lam- the Methodist Conference, return- «? "rtved at her tome Ijrtaltnf ing home the first ot next week. wlth tll »B> *«» cream an4 blrtb4«jr Mrs. Harley W»Jke/ of Sidney ac- f» k «- Tho»e Pmeut for th* -— compacted them to Dei Moines, A card from Pr. Kerr state* that he ana Mr*, J£«rr «« enjoy- . . ing their vacation, yejrjr amsh. At »»»»•«* cWWnw, Mr. Mid present they ar» at UM» BOOM ol ¥• Wfflfl«M«r *»4 Sir*. the Doctor'* brother at Sterling, Colo. Verne Holding of who hag been. vUltlnf rel*Uvw ana friend* ia tW» community tor the uaat two w«*kj returned to hi* home the flnt ol th« wt**. Mr. uud Mr*, m Portland, Ore,, awioviuc* (fee lu the family. M«, tittt* to tao tb.« ... Prwtw "tWJfW* tat taw* -«to vhej ae MUM ol >•*•»»««» * Mr. w4 Mr*. R. », ol U«t W«ak, »l tfe* teem* of Mr. aa4 Mr*. MALVERN SALES CO Malvern, Iowa Saturday, June 14 i:30p.m. MILK COWS I Will have several good milk cow» thi» Saturday, both fresh and heavy ipringer*. Some good dairy type heifer*, STOCK AND FEEDERS Will have a few good ateer* and heifer* thu Satur day. Bring in what you have in that line. AH are bringing good prices. Always come good breeding bull*. STOCK HOGS 188 to 225 head of Feeder Shoats this Saturday, These are all good clean •hoatf, ready to go out and really do for you, These shoats are all native pig* and will be of different breed*. Hamp*. Spot* and red shoat*. They will all be *orted to Miit the buyer. All un.vaccinated, If in ithe market for some good feeding *ho*t* don't mUs thi* tab! Plan now to attend. A few wet **w§ and piggy «»w*, *ow*,with Utters at tide and some male hog*< FAT HOOS W« want your fat hogsl Fat hog* bought EVERY PAY on a DAILY MARKET) Cowe i« or caU us be, for. you Mtt. Wt p»y TOP PRICES. Y« g«t HON. EST WEIGHT and nay NO COMMISSION. Bring them in or call lu Ie com* MM! Iwak. MISCELLANEOUS CONSIGN YOUR LIVESTOCK TO THIS SALES BMW-WM«* SALE EVERY SATURDAY PL W7I 0. F. Graff * Sew, M«r. Ph, 3701

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