The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 26, 1947 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, June 26, 1947
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PAGE FOUR THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, TOW A, JUNE 26, 1947 ( Local News Phone 5551 Mrs. I). A. Shu tor loft Wfrlnfs- day fur hc-r homf in Davenport nftf'r ;i visit in the F. J. Buttin n n n h r > rn e. Mrs. AHfn Srhei-1 of north of town underwent n major operation in the M'Tfy lm?pit;il in C'ouni il Hluffs Monday. .Mr. nnd Mrs. William H'-r-rl returned l:ist Thursday from a week st Kxcelsior Springs. Mo., where they received treatment and en- Joyed the curative waters of this fain""-; resort. Mi-. . ioreau Bailey and son John fif Albert Lea. Minn., arrived last Thursday for a weeks visit with her mother, Mrs. Rachel Davis. Sgt. Walter N. Smith left last Tuesday for Washington, D. C., where he is {stationed after a 10 day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Den Smith. Week end guests of Mrs. Zelma Fletcher were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Conant, Janet and Maryann, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Conant and Christine and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Conant and Marilyn and Ted Jr. of I>B Moines. On Sunday Mrs. Fletcher served a special dinner observing the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Conant. Paul Swoboda came in Friday for a week end vacation from his school work in Chicago. Miss Ernestine Nelll who IB attending (summer school at Corning spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nelll. Her grandmother, Mrs. Nettie Nelll, accompanied her and also visited in the Nelll home. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Tompkins and children. Joan and Duncan. of Philadelphia. Pa., arrived Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Tompkin?' mother. Mrs. H. T. Beat- fio. Duncan is remaining for n visit; the others leaving Wednesday for a vacation in Wisconsin. Joan will be nt Joy camp at Hazelhurst, WIs. Mrs. Frances Wright and Sharon left Sunday for Cashing where they will spend a week visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wright. Dr. Mixie Cunningham and son Robert arrived by plane Saturday from Beaumont, Tex., for the Hageman - Ruttmann wedding. They were guests In the Buttmann home, leaving Monday to return to Texas. Miss Carrie Wilson of Omaha was an over night guest Sunday also, returning to Omaha Monday. Mrs. Vern McMahill arrived Saturday from Chicago to attend the Hageman-Buttmann wedding. She is remaining for a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. V. Alstrope. Guests the past week in the Otha Hyde home -were Mrs. Hyde's niece, Mrs. Enid Frank, of Crystal Lake, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stone of Monticello, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Pace and W. V. Mason left Tuesday on a business trip to Pequnt Lakes, Minn. Mrs. Willis Heed and Mrs. Ira Fritz of Madison, Neb., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. V. Aistrope, arriving Sunday. Empress Theater Phone 5521 Malvern THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, June 26-27-28 TARZAN AND THE HUNTRESS with Johnny Weismuller and Brenda Joyce and a Disney Cartoon SUNDAY, MONDAY, June 29-30 MY FAVORITE BRUNETTE with Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour News and Comedy. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, July 1-2 ANGEL ON MY SHOULDER with Paul Muni and Anne Baxter Also a Comedy COMING — THURS., FRI., SAT., July 3-1-5 HONEYMOON with Shirley Temple and Franchot Tone THIS IS AMERICA Subject — White House — Comedy Mr? Frnnk Pharratt and children. Anna Jane. Billie nnd Jack arrived Saturday from IVs Moines for UK- Haceman-ntittmann wedding. They ari> spending the weok here, piif'Ms of her brother, F. A. Mulhollanrt. Mr. anrl Mrs. Dudley Conner Saturday welcomed into their home on a year's probation, a four year old daughter whom they have named Ellen Kay. Janet Anderson entered Merry hospital in Council Bluffs Tuesday nnri on Wednesday morning; submitted to an appendectomy. Her mother, Mrs. Aistrope Anderson, accompanied her nnd is remaining for a few days with her. Miss Barbara Kline arrived home Saturday from Lens Beach, Cal.. where she attended school the past year. Her mother. Mrs. Bert Kline, returned early in May. Barbara came as far as Denver by plane but due to flood conditions, no planes were landing at the Omaha airport, so she came from there by train. Betty Lou and Glenna Rse Weber, nieces of Mrs. Elmer Krogman, will return to their home In Tecumseh, Neb., Sunday after a two weeks visit in the Krogman home. Mrs. Emma Totten of San Frantisco, Cal., Edythe Lee of Oakland, Cal., nnd Mrs. Frank Gray and eons of Council Bluffs were visitors Monday afternoon In the Herbert D. Stogdlll home at Balfour. They left Tuesday morning from Council Bluffs for their California homes. Mrs. L. G. Hopfer, Billy and Margie of San Diego. Cal., arrived Wednesday after a strenuous trip due to washouts, for a Tlslt with her mother, Mrs. Paul Seeger, and Mr. Seeger. Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Strong and Carman left Sunday for Avon, S. D., where Mr. Strong participated in the dedication of a pipe organ which had been Installed In the church where he was a former pastor. Mrs. Will Donner who has been in the Mercy hospital for about three weeks receiving treatment, expects to return home the first of next week. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Schleuter arrived Wednesday from Long Beach, Cal., for a vlsti with Mrs. Schleuter's mother, Mrs. Helen Knight. Carroll Hackenson of Council Bluffs came last week and will spend the summer in the home of his cousin, Richard Ooy. senators and four representatives. All the boys were placed either in the Federalist or Nationalist political parties. Pevehouse was ll?tfd in the Nationalist party as a resident of the mythical town of nu«i?r in Martin county; Hotiser. a Federalist, was in Itnthke in Owsley county. Cities wpr<? named aft^r the board of directors of Boys State. Both of the Malvern boys ran for state senator and were defeated. After his defeat Houser was appointed county agricultural agent and park commissioner. Later he went to law school for two days and successfully passed his bar examinations. Pevehouse was appointed general clerk of the senate, city t-nelneer and a member of the board of architectural examiners. The week also high-lighted a trip to the state capitol and various athletics. Imogene - S. E. Former In Alrplnnc f'rnsh A meppape came from Salt Lake City, V., veterans hospital last week saying Gerald Drake, a former Imopene lad. was seriously Injured in an airplane crash in t'tah where he was taking flying lessons and both his legs were broken, one In three places and the other In two places, besides head cuts. His mother, the former Mrs. Alice Drake of Imogene, had recently closed her beauty parlor in Tabor when the building was sold and she and her daughter Jane had gone to Oklahoma City to visit when the message came. No later reports have been received. Flood Wntrrs Without Trains For a few da.vs the Wabash tracks were busy with the Zephyr making detour over the route between Chicago and Los Angeles, Cal.. but with the heavy rains Sunday, tracks near Malvern were washed out and all Shenandoah and Imogene section men were called out to repair the tracks. No Wabash service is expected for some time yet. Shower for Miss Owen Sunday Evening A very large number of rf-la- tives and friends attended a miscellaneous shower given in St. Patricks hall Sunday evening for Miss Louise Owens who was married Tuesday morning in St. Patricks church to Michael Martin jr. The bride to be received many nice and useful gifts. News of the Churches St. Johns Lutheran Church Itev. Paul Glahn. I'astor Sunday, June 29: Sunday school, 9 a. m. Church service, 10 a. m. Tuesday, July 1: Walther League meeting. 8:30 p. m. Please note: the picnic 'which had been planned for Sunday afternoon has been postponed to a later date due to the flood and weather conditions. Presbyterian Church llcv. J. M. Strong. Pn.stor Sunday school. 10 a. m. Worship service, 11 a. rn. The Mariners club will meet at the church Sunday, June 29, at 7 p. m. All are urged to attend to assist in the organization and planning of the club's service and social program for the year. Iljiptist Church Rev. W. V. linker, Piistor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11. B. Y. F., 7:30 p. m. Special business meeting Friday, June 27, at 8 p. m. at the church. All members are asked to be there. PEVEHOUSE, HOUSER LEARN CITIZENSHIP Two Malvern youths, Donald Houser and Charles Pevehouse, received a one-week course in the practical functions of state, county and local government, plus a lesson in racial tolerance during Boys State this year at Cam» Dodge, Des Moines. At the weeks session, sponsored by the state American Legion, the boya were among the 720 who did an unprecedented thing when they elected Duke Clayter, a negro lad, governor. The Boys State was divided into 12 counties, with two cities to a county. Each city elected two Methodist Church Rev. Noel B. Blackmail, Pastor Services will be resumed at the Methodist church Sunday with Sunday school at 10 a. na. and church at 11 a. m. Choir practice Friday sight. Donald Gutschenrltter -who is recovering from his recent pneumonia attack, has been here at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Gutschenritter, since Thursday when he was released from the hospital. Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernle Laughlln. arrived home Friday for a few days from the veterans hospital in Lincoln, Neb., where he is taking treatment. He returned the fore part of the week for further treatment. Miss Ella O'Brien,, who was visiting at her home in Grafton, Neb., came in Friday, passing through Imogene on the Zephyr and coming to Shenandoah. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ragland and baby of Council Bluffs spent Sunday with hig sister and family, Mrs. Jesse Sorenson. GOOD SALE FOR H, F, CLARK, MARY JONES Although Malvern was practically marooned from the outside world and only local buyers could attend, the auction sale of H. F. Clark and Mary Jones Tuesday turned out very good. Prices •were very good on most Hems, but low on others, leaving a fairly high average. Uf special Interest was a wheel barrow, more than a quarter of a century old, which brought $10. A few antique pieces and old glass also brought a good price. Auction enthusiasts will be able to attend another sale June 30 when Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Dashner will sell their household goods prior to moving to Glenwood where they have leased a furnished apartment. Darwin and Clyde Addy Jr., Leo Maher, Harry Breedenstien- er a-nd B. R. Butcher went to Lake Okoboji Saturday on a fish- Ing trip. Fishing was good but the homeward trip was very trying with heavy rains, washed out bridges and water covered highways, causing them to detour many miles out of the way and drive in water over the running boards. Mr. and Mrs. Leland McGar- gill and family of Omaha spent the week end here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McGarglll and family drove down from Omaha Sunday. He returned In the evening but she and the children are spending the week with her father, M. Doyle. Mrs. Bonnie Skahlll and Miss Mary Catherine McDonald were stranded Sunday night on account of the high water as they were returning to summer school in Corning, No buses were running. They left Monday morning with their parents driving to Corning with them. John Perry and children of Benson, Neb., spent Sunday here with his mother, Mrs. Bade Perry. LaVerne and Dick Martin who are employed around here wpnt to Petersburg, Neb., last Thursday where they visited over the week end in their parental home. Their mother is leaving for California and Oregon to visit her son' Don who also formerly worked here, and a daughter who resides in California. Mr. and Mrs. George Geiger and three daughters and Michael Wildes of Waterloo have been visiting her sister and mother, Mrs. Carmle Collins, and Mrs. Alice Lewis. The three girls remained for a three weeks visit while the parents and Michael Wildes left Sunday. Mrs. Mary Gutschenritter who has been recuperating' from a recent illness at the homes of her sons, Willie and Eddie Gutschenritter, has returned to her home and is reported feeling very good. Mrs. Lois Cloyd of Shenandoah is visiting her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hayes. Card of Thank* We wish to express sincere thanks to neighbors and friends for their kind eipressions of sympathy and beautiful floral offerings during our recent bereavement, 52-1. Mrs. T. D. Sleek and family. 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Powell Electric Phono 3621 PROCLAMATION' WHEREAS, the toll from accidents upon American's streets and highways reached the staggering total of thirty-three thousand five hundred dead and one million one hundred fifty thousand Injured for the year 1946 and has resulted in property loss and destruction amounting to two billion dollars and, WHEREAS, in the State of Iowa during 1946 five hundred twenty-three persons lost their lives in motor vehicle accidents and eight thousand three hundred fourteen suffered physical injury and, WHEREAS, much of the loss of life, injury to persons, and destruction of property could have been avoided and would not have occurred had the pedestrians upon the highways and the persons* operating motor vehicles conducted themselves in accordance with the well-known and proven rules of safety and, WHEREAS, the attention of the Nation has been focused upon the problem by National Highway Safety Conference and a national campaign to promote highway safety during the particularly dangerous summer months. NOW, THEREFORE, I, ROBERT D. BLUE, Governor ,of Iowa, do hereby designate the period from June 23 to September 21 as a -perio^l of time for special observance of safe driving upon the highways of the State of Iowa and urge that all persons cooperate with the national safety campaign and that all persons using the highways, both pedestrians and motor vehicle drivers, conduct themselves in a prudent and sensible manner and to do all other things t&at may promote the cause ot safety and thereby reduce the tragic loss of life, personal Injury and property damage which, by our own carelessness, we are inflicting ourselves and fellowni»n. IN WITNB88 WHGBKOP, I have hfri'Uttto set my hand and caused tho Great Seal of the State of lowa to be duly »Bl»ed. Doutt at the lowa State Capitol lu tu« city ot U»« MolutH*. thi» thlrl«t#alh day oj June lu tlut yvar ot our Uord i»tn«- ii'*>u tiuudred and forty- t«v«u. Hubert U. iUtt». Governor. 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