The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 26, 1947 · Page 8
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r-AGE EIGHT THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, JUNE 26, 1947 News of Henderson Harold Myers and Victor Hilliard have been on a fishing trip for a few days in Minnesota. Miss Woodland, a teacher in our school last year, -was a v;eek end guest in the Hugh McSweeney home. She has been enjoying a trip to the Black Hills and other points. OAKS NEWS; The court house staff for 1947 »* shown above. Left ,« rUht. front row M. K .Mocre. r* IM n Bio«r,,,.r He,ha Kl.«-r. Llrtu Mrfoy. K^rn. Widows, W. H. Drake. Second row: Lorraine strand. Eta ' M on..h..l. Winnifred Johnson. Amy Hannn-rs, Mattle l.rown. Hack row. Prank Logan, Donald K Strand, flair Davis. W. K. Acan. J. H. Clark. T. It. Noting. Coy, Agnes Hobert I. Moore, Mark Swarts. The forty-firth annual Mills County Kliiiincial H"|>nrt. Hk" Its jire-decfcsors. U a ri.impai-t. ' x- ceeilincly .-ii-curate biMikk-t \vliiih contains in its ;:;! imu-es all the farts .-mil liuuri'.-s nf I'ounty KOV- < nimcnt.-ll proceedings. For tin- SiirinliiKi-*!. or (lie atl- slrart thinker who delimits In concise farts yiveti in statistical fonn. the 1!HH report. Issued last week liy DoiiaM .Strand In his first year as county auditor, would offer a multitude of facts pertaining not only to ecology, such as population given l>y towtis nnd townships, liut also such tacts as tip.' geographical aiea, miles of roads, lists of municipal, township, county, state nnd national officials, directory of state institutions, tables of taxable valuation, budget summaries, treasurer's balance sheet and sundry other listings of fiscal Information. The alert student of governmental proceedings and finances may find within the confines of the financial report's covers thai Harry S. Truman is president of the t'nited States -- the county received $67,330.43 from the sale of automobile numbers nnd licenses, $146 from delinquent dog tax — the total area of Mills county is 439.25 square miles, or HEARING-AID USERS! OUnCESS BATTERIES,. * LlM.llM.-f t iicn'S -- U" 1 of! ire spent $l"4.">'i for postace during lii" year • - the district court cost the county $2,'>;>ii.44 in 11'4'i as compared with $•!.- fiT4..",,"i for HM2 the county spent $21.2'i'i.n!> for maintenance ( ,f bridges and < tilverfs I a figurt thai is likely to be considerably higher this year I -- no funds were spent for engineering inspection and administration. The hook, representing a tremendous amount of work on the part of the auditor and other county offices, is free (o all. Copies are available at the auditor's office, the .Mills County Farm Bureau office and at The Malvern Leader where the hooks were printed. auditor'.* Mansfield Funeral home Sunday ut 2::!i) P. m. The Silver 1'rn chapter of the Eastern Star will lie in charge of the service. Burial will he In the Malvern cemetery by the side of her husband, Charles \Valnwright. fit all instruments. Easy to boy from our" BLOEDEL HARDWARE Phono 3011 Mftlveru MRS, EVA WAINWRIGHT DIES IN CALIFORNIA Mrs. W. C. Vnnderpool received word Sunday evening of tho death of her aunt, Mrs. Eva Wills \Valnwrinht. at Sunland sanitarium at Sunland, Cal., near Glen- dalo. Mrs. Wulnwrlght had gone to Los Angeles early in December expecting to spend tho winter months with her brother, G. F. Wills, and family. Shortly after her arrival she was taken (juite 111 and after five weeks Illness she was taken to the Sunland sanitarium wher she was a patient for nearly five months. The body is being accompanied to Malvern by Mrs. G. F. Wills of Los Angeles. Mr. Wills has been here the past 10 days, his return home having been delayed by floods. Funeral services for Mrs. \Valnwrltrht will be held at the LEGION, AUXILIARY ELECT OFFICERS Hear Interesting Report* From Boys Attending Boys State Threatening skips and lack of bridges cut down the attendance of Legionaires and Auxiliaires at the June meeting of the two organizations Tuesday evening at the Liberty Memorial building. Both groups heard interesting reports given by Donald Houser and Charles Pevehouse who had attended Hoys State. Both told of the honors bestowed upon them and all boys attending. In the way of state elective oflices and appointive offices. The Auxiliary also heard an interesting report of the spring conference held at Missouri Valley given by Mrs. James Evans. Election of officers was the business at hand and the following will guide the activities for the coming year: tor the Legion: commander, James Evans; first vice commander, Richard Hailing; second vice commander, Dr. T. E. Shunka; adjutant, Harry Adams; finance officer, W. D. Slothower; chaplain, Allen Norton; sergeant- SALE! As wo are moving into a furnished apartment will sell the following Household goods at auction, [Monday, June 30| 1:30 p. m. at the Zeno Bass property in Malvern. 1 large Westinghousc Electric Stove 1 large Zenith Electric Radio 1 Maytag Electric Washing Machine 1 Electric Toaster 1 We.stinghou.-ju Electric Iron 1 Electric Churn, new 1 Living Uoom 2 pc. Suite 1 Walnut Dining Table, (5 Chairs tu match 1 large Oak Dining Table, G Chairs to match 1 Oak Buffet, 1 Kneehole Roll Top Desk 1 Oak Bedroom Suite, Mattress and Springs 1 two tone Bedroom Suite, Mattress, Springs 2 Steel Beds, Mattress and Springs for each 1 9x12 Rug, 1 SxlUi/., Rug 1 Congoleum Rug, small Rugs 1 Lounge Chair, matching Stool 1 odd Lounge Chair, 3 Rocking Chairs 1 Chest Drawers Small Table, white, 2 End Tables, 2 Pedestals 2 Kitchen Tables, 3 Kitchen Chairs 1 Aladdin Lamp, Fernery, Ice Cream Freezer Mirror, Odd Dishes, Fruit Jars, Glassware 2 Wash Tubs, Boiler, Bench Other small items Earl D. Dashner Art Fritcher, auct. Mrs. Fritcher, clerk There were 47 in Sunday school and church last Sunday. Norma Allf-nsworth was visiting in the Elbert Winchester home Sunday afternoon. Mr .and Mrs. George Wallace of Macedonia spent several days last week in the Velden Wallace home. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Osbo.-n and Darlene were in Shenandoah Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hicks and family nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Bea McVey were Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy DeBolt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Volney Warren and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Reviews "Cheerful Cherub*" at R. V. K. flub The B. Y. K. club met at the home of Mrs. C. A. Wight Friday afternoon. Nine members answered roll call telling of their anticipated vacation plans. Mrs. Arch Houser of Henderson and Mrs. Jack Gamble of Long Beach. Cal., were visitors. Mrs. Agnes Workman gave an on the book "Cheerful Cherubs" by Roberta McCann. The hostess served a delicious lunch at the close of the meeting. Miss Arneal. a teacher in our school last year, recently completed two weeks with thf vacation Bible school at Elliott. Mesdames Jud and Herman Coppock and daughter Judy. Pete Brown, Charles Rayney. Bill Phillips and daughters and Marvin Warren and family went over near Elliott last Thursday and Donna Rap Ryers gave a party- Saturday afternoon for her friends. It was in honor of her 10th birthday. They enjoyed the afternoon roller skating at the Byers rink. She received quite a few presents. Ice cream and cake were served and enjoyed. During the storm Sunday afternoon a twister hit the Earl Boil- esu farm doing quite a lot of damage to buildings. Oren Putnam and family of Shenandoah were week end guests in the Earl Boileau home. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Flckel and interesting review spent the day picking strawber- *ons. Jack and Arthur, entertain- Mrs. Glen Scheffert and daughters of Avoca visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sowers, Saturday. A social time was enjoyed last Thursday afternoon at the Methodist Aid. The contest between the odds and the evens which has been running several weeks closed with the odds winning. The evens will entertain the winners in the near future. Mesdames Pearl Harbor and Walter Sowers served lunch. A social time was enjoyed at the Christian Aid last Wednes- ries. The train came up Friday for the first time in nearly two week* because of the heavy rains and floods. Two cars of corn were shipped out that day that had been loaded several days and were standing on the tracks. Harry Paul was operated on Wednesday at the Clarkson hospital in Omaha for gall bladder trouble. He is getting along as well as can be expected. Over 200 quartr of strawberries have been put in the lockers at the Galloway store the past few weeks. There are more lockers available if needed. Mrs. Dunblazler has purchased the Wayne Byers cafe business. Possession was given Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Parker at supper June 13 in honor of Clinton's birthday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McMullen. June IB. at the Red Oak hospital, a daughter, Claudia Ann. The lockers at the Galloway store are now ready for use and more are available If wanted. Clyde Gravltt and family of near Emerson were dinner guests Sunday In the Hugh McSweeney home. Gerald Penwell and family of Morton Mills -were guests Sunday evening In the Jud Copock home. Mrs. Mary Wilkenson enjoyed a visit the first of the week with her nfece and family of Kansas City. Warren were Sunday night sup- day afternoon. Lunch was served by Mesdames Claude Holt and per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schilling of Hed Oak. Mrs. Volney Warren entertained the young married people's club last Thursday afternoon, with eight members present. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thomas and family were In Council Bluffs last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Woods and boys were Sunday dinner guests of his mother, Mrs. Dora Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Warren and son and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Magers and children had to be moved out of their homes Monday because of high water. Mrs. Warren had the misfortune to lose 70 chickens which smothered in moving. Mr. and Mrs. Veldon Wallace and children wero Monday night visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Winchester and boys. Twila Drammeler spent Sunday with the Ambrose girls. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Erickson and Patsy were last Thursday dinner guests in the Elbert Winchester home. Karen Johnson and Don Terry ut-arms, John Imber; historian, spent Sunday with his father and Hurb Benton; service officer, mother in Glenwood. Charles Costello; executive members at large, Howard Gearhart and J. E. Ellison. For the Auxiliary: president, Lydia Krogman; vice president, Eula Ellison; secretary, Lois Hering; treasurer, Margaret Shonka; sergeant-alarms, June Adams; historian, Virginia Hall; chaplain, Patsy Richardson; and executive committee-at-large, Ina Slothower, B* mice Dalrymple and Stella Mulholland. The Legionaires installed their officers at the meeting but the Auxiliaires will hold special installation ceremonies in July. The groups joined together for a social hour in charge of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Slothower, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Walker and M*. and Mrs. Howard Gearhart. Kansas City. , Others present at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Ross Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Seymore Hendrix. Bill Harbor was a business caller in Mt. Ayr last Tuesday. Mrs. Dobbs returned from a few days visit with her son L»»- mon and family at Oakland. J. C. Goss was an Omaha business caller last Tuesday. The friends of Mrs. Lydia Maxwell of Glenwood are glad to learn she Is better after her recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harbor have received word that their granddaughter. Sandra Byers, who lives In California, was able to be out of the hospital following a double mastold operation. Mrs. Dorsey Byers enjoyed a visit Tuesday with her mother and sister of Carson. Mrs. Chet Zastrow of Cumberland was visiting friends in town Tuesday. Word has been received from Mr. and Mrs. Martin Christofferson and Mrs. Stella Byers, who are in California, that they are enjoying a fine time and trip. Mrs. Gordon McMullen and infant daughter have returned During so much rain and dampness Mrs. Margaret Wilson's cistern caved in a few day? ago. George Galloway was a busl- Classified Ads Pay Hundreds of Mills Countlann read Your Want Ad every week. R ATE 8 Per line, one Insertion lOc Each subsequent Insertion.... 6c Minimum charge 40c An additional service charge of 25c will be made for each blind a'l which must be answered at The Lender office. FOR SALE For sale: 1938 Ford pickup. Ph. S851, A. H. Schipper. 51-2. For sale: Norge electric refrig- crator. Ph. 4883. 52-1. For nitlo: 1 Sentinel cabinet radio. Call at Randersou's store. 52-1. For sale: Two purebred Hampshire 1946 spring boars. J. F. Wearln Jr., Hastings. 52-1. For wile: 3-burner Perfection oil stove. Also electric iron. Mrs. Fred Newell, ph. 2252, Malvern. p.52-2. • REAL ESTATE • , Shirley and three sons and Law- ness caller in Council Bluffs last rence Shirley. Wednesday. _ A. H. and Marian Harbor were Macedonia callers last Thursday. Freda Brown returned to her home near Strahan after a weeks visit with her friend, Sharon Allensworth. Mesdames Earl Allensworth and daughter Sharon and son Dwight and Freda Brown, Mrs. Harry Springer and Phillip For rc'iit: room. Ph. Crouse. A nice big sleeping 4956. Mrs. B. M. p.51-2. CLOTHING. IJKDDI.VG NKKDKI) IV FLOOD AREA Serviceable clothing and bedding are badly needed in the southern Iowa flood area, according to the Iowa headquarters of the Salvation Army. Any clothing donate:! should be clean and ready for immediate use, according to Major Paul Robb, state commander, as the need is urgent. Contributions of clothing, bedding or cash may be sent to Salvation Army Headquarters, Gil Fourth St., Des Molnes. It may be ear-marked for use in Iowa flood relief. Gummexl tape in rolls for 35c per roll, 1 In. z 600 ft. The Malvern Leaser. 31tf. For sale: Customers checks at lOc a pad. Malvern Leader office. 5-tf. WANTED Wanted: Custom hay Springer were Council Bluffs and Joe Martin, Hastings. baling. p.51-3. RANDOLPH ^ Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harry of Shfiiandoah spent the week end with her father, H. 11. Dodd. Mrs. Harold Hankins and chll- divn spent. Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Ernest Lamb til' Malvern. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Dnshner were Omaha business visitors Thursday. Miss Margaret Piper returned to her ht,me hern this week following a vacation visit with fi lends in the Black Hills of South Dakota. S K^t. and Mrs. Leonard La- i'ort were Saturday and Sunday luifsts of Mr. and Mrs. Merle l-Vrn-1. Willis Bennett helped Bill Gar- IIIT celebrate his birthday • Monday by bavins supper with him that evening. Mrs. Bob Martin and sou spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week at the home of Mi 1 , and Mrs. \V. C. Martin at Sidney. Miss Betty Alice Tyner la employed at a beuuty shop in Shenandoah. O. I'. Latimer and son John of IH-u Oak were Randolph visitors Monday. They were dinner guests in the Merle Ferrel home. -Mr. and Mrs, Woodrow Longl- naker und Mr. aud Mrs. Roy Longinakef and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Fauulu TO l.K.U'K FOR OHIO THIS \VKKK Wayne Smith, county Junior Farm Bureau president, and Kathleen Johnson and Vera Louden, members of the organization, left Friday, June 20, for San- Omaha callers last Wednesday. Wendell Steele and Reed Frencli of Carson were callers in town last Thursday. Marlln Wilkenson and family of Beatrice, Neb., were dinner guests last Thursday in the Mary Wilkenson home. Verna Lee Chambers has been helping in the Jennie Ryan cafe. We buy old machines. Morris Harbor was a business caller in Omaha Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Coppock and Mr. and Mrs. Elvyn Galloway were supper guests Friday Wanted: Custom baling. Ph, 46G, Hastings, Mervtn Turner, 46tf. WANTED: Sewing Machine repairing, any make, any model. Leave head or phone Bloedel Hdwe., phone 3611. Oden Sewing Machine Co. All work guaranteed. 37tf. I Must Get a Man at . once in this community to \ work with our District Manager, i Must have car and be over 28 years of age. The work Is In line j with the program advocated by j the Department of Agriculture, i Permanent work, good pay forj man who has lived on farm.! Write c/o this paper. 52-1.j • MISCELLANEOUS • Ladles: A Spencer Support ol open airy fabric will rid you ot bulges, give you fine posture, pro tect you against tired back warm weather fatigue. Call Mrs,! Myrtle Rockafellow, ph. 5741 or 3671. p.49-4| - - - •• — —— —• —•**"i Spray gun painting. Free estlj mate. Porter Alley, Phone 1029JI 315 Sycamore St., Shenandoah| Iowa. p.51- llring your BATTERIES he for charging: All 6-volt batterle 50c, all 2-volt batterico 25c. Gain] ble Store, Malvern. 35t| Ink - O - Mar marking pen handy for marking with brua strokes on most surfaces, for terlng, drawing or other use) See them at The Leader ofllc^ First Class Painting: We waij your work and it is guarantee B. A. Snodgrass, Tabor, call Oil Station. p.62- Cuittcul Hies with Dr. LeGear Animal and Barn Spray — safest, most effective and ec nomical DDT spray. Contains oil. Non-injurious to animals humans. Goes twice as far as base sprays. 1K>X'T TAKE C'H.-IXCK WH CALF SCOl'HS, 90% of wh| are caused by Vitamin deficient Prevent and treat nutrltlof scours in calves with Dr. Gear's Calf Vitamins. Easy give, effective and , dusky, O., to attend the Midwest in the Orlo Harris home. Catherine PhilJIps, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips, left a few days ago on.a trip with relatives to Colorado. I.arell Viner and family of Clearfield, Laird Saar and family of Washington and Mr. and Mrs. Bevis Sowers were enter- Mr, and Mrs. Everett Bliss and tained Wednesday evening at a sous were Sunday evening visitors picnic supper at the Herbert Ste- Ilurul Youth Farm Bureau Train- ins school on June 22-2S-S4-J5 aud leave on a chartered bus with other members in the state on .Saturday morning. The training school will include members from many states in the midwest. in the Fred Adams home. phens home. Dead Animals Removed PROMPT SERVICE Mrs. Floyd Ross' and sons of Tabor visited her mother. Mrs. Kanule LoiiBiniiker, a short while Sunday al'leriumn. Fur lift- I'.'Morniiiiutloii phouu -Ml in' :iS\V. liuonein!. luwu. Mrs. I,. M. i,ouKlnaktir uu.l Mrs. A. J (iash were Slu'iiuudouli visitors Moiuiuy. KYIKItT.UN I Oil KANttAti tlTV V1HITOHS Mr unil Mr*. Gleu Shirley aud tliituliliT.s fiilcrtaliu'il Sunday at 11 > iHHK'uttlvv (iliiiu-r ut tlu-lr luimu lu honor of Mr. uati Mrm. l.utLU WUUuoy said cliUUrvu ol South of Highway No. 34 Call RAMSEY'S RENDERING CO, Dial O — A»k for 9000 North of Highway No. 34 Call OAKLAND RENDERING CO. Phoot 4000 We Pay Phone Charge* MALVERN SALES CO, Malvern, low* Saturday, June 28 i:3o P . m . MILK COWS Will have several extra good Milk Cows. Cows fresh now and Cows to freshen soon. A few Dairy Heifers. STOCK AND FEEDERS Will have a good run of Feeders this week. A bunch of good Feeding Calves, 400 Ibs. down. Will have some larger Steers and Heifers, 700 Ibs. down. The usual run of Stock Cows, Cows with Calves and Breed* ing Bulls. STOCK HOGS Will have about SO head of good Stock Hogs. FAT HOGS We want your fat hogs I Fat hogs bought EVERY DAY on a DAILY MARKET! Come in or call us be. fore you sell. We pay TOP PRICES. You get HON EST WEIGHT «nd pay NO COMMISSION. Bring them in or call us to come and look. MISCELLANEOUS A Cable Haystacker complete with ISO feet of rope. CONSIGN YOUR LIVESTOCK TO THIS SALES BARN SALE EVERY SATURDAY Ph. 8471 Art Fritchw, 0. F. Groff & Sow, Mgr. Ph. 3701

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