The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on July 17, 1947 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, JULY 17, 1947 HASTINGS HAPPENINGS .A rtrpartm-nt drvotod to nrw« of Hn«tlmt« nnd Hn'tin** citizens nnd to the promotion of the general interest* of the Hn«tln(t» comrnnnJty. i.rth (Jnni- l nnet'-ry —•M M'-t -Inlx 1 ! ,,. ;:,".,-,n in- t Frirl.v. 1 . , h" >.,i:n.. ..f Mi* Ki. : r; t!i ,•11. at ir ^ i.tt litiwr I), '•r. fare (,; u •. •!'" •1 11 H. i !,.. li Pn>tor Former Hastings Resident Dies in Clarinda -.1 !.! in in?" o --; tt.;v.-d ;l hi< k.n paiul'A Afi-f- pre.-ent. Th" in *t Ml tie held July 2."' at ,f Thersa E'tie in Mai- lu'CKinirii-: July -•' HT'l July 27. Th-r.' will l>- a bin rr<'- Lni'ii .'it the Drake Stadium the . Ifi-inc- Sunilay niiht. We hope ?,,nif (if our pef'ple will plan to drive in DP? Moin.•? fur this ereat > rn. \\'t-vr<n liowrn was in Omaha Friday. Mrs. AlliP I/arpcnt is visitinp in thp home of her son C. C'. Larsent anil family. Mpn HarofP who Is critically ill was taken to the Edmundfon ho?- piial in Council Hluffp. Hi* condition is reported to he sllphtly hr-tfpr 27" Cuf. . . Cuts 2 Acres Per Day H.I*. I'OWftlt MOWER 170.00 • Air-coolta 4-cycf* tngint • Adjuitoblt corburttor • Futl fank holdi 2 qli. Huilt for efficient, economical, traublc-frce mowing. Heavy side frames. lu' a " wheels fitted with roller bearings and heavy semi-pneumatic tire.,. Top Qualify, Latest Features Deluxe Model Lawn Mower 24.95 2 SO Down 1.25 P«r W«k T6" blade size Disc wheeli Rubber tiret ITas latest mower features with five hardened steel blades and heat-treated cutter bar. Alloy steel bearing?. Untwist- able, tubular steel handle, llubbt-r grips. More Ironing Per Stroke ' Iroii 11.50 • New button saver tdgt • Keits on itt tide • Dial heat lor every fabric The tapered rounded back lets you iron swiftly with less turning and twisting. Weigha only 3%i Ibs. — just the right •weight for fast, easy ironing. Enter Your Snapjhoti in OUR AMATEUR PHOTO CONTEST W.N $2500* For D»ta»V* Ends August 23 rd Radio Repair Service Carrol Houser is repairing all types of radios in our basement repair shop. Loudspeaker a Installed PACE SERVICE i. wcwt 4901 Whitney, -.-d nwny ,1 f at \Vhit'> y « ,'? :im-nt and « a? inmmuui'y. Tl is tak"!i froia th? .Muni- iii r'hirimla. Mi. 'crni'-rly a tl> p«'t V..--11 knn'J n in 'hi* , f,dnw Int *-v pl Pt th- "Villi-Ta Re- Mjso npftir Haroff and Kyle p.-ir-rson drovf to Aines Friday to ait'-nd a wr-d.iina of their school frir-nds. Mi=- Ifaroff and Mr. F'r-:fT.«on serv.-d a.« maid of honor ar.il best man. i •^yTtjvely. li.-ttie Harotf. Kyle Peterson and Mary and Hilly Haroff were di:;n.-:- t.nf?'~ in th^ Clarrnce !:i.u5 home Thursday. Mr. and Mr-. Melvin Ord and family of ?Pr>.rr''\ Wash., are v:s- itir'.s th"fr parf-nts. Mr. and Mr?. Klam OrJ. A. J. Griffin. Mrs. U C. Rulli'ip- ton. Mrs. Ward Cooper, Mrs. Ix-s- tpr Thoma.5. Mrs. Harold Cooper and Wilma Cooprr. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wiley and family spent Punriay with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. n-rryhill and Oer- T"\!a. an.! Mr?. stiff.-ring dauehter of Mr. Flryan, has been the whooping Mi«s Val n- '•? Clark is employed in Omaha. , Funeral W!iii:;'-v. 1 srrvices for Ar'hur . >.,, |. : \cc.-d a-vfly July Mr«. Ilppajo rurrPll and hr>r erarul-oii?, P.os»r Waldon and Dunni" Brown were Council Bluff caller? Saturday. Mr. and Mr?. Ralph Hite? ar.d family and Dent and Kay Hites wr-re in Omaha one day last week Mr. and Mr?. Ralph Hites »n4 family were Sunday caller? in the Ofcrce Rf-oh hom». farmers In this area hare nearly finished "laylnp-by" th»ir corn »nd ait hai -\tstlni; tht-ir small prain at Us" Muni' ipa'i hospital i" arim'.a w< • r>- held Sunday at S(( p. :n. at the Sutrhen Funer- Home conducted by the Her. M. Bushier. ^B&V{l^ CHAMPION HILL Ceoree Arthur Whitney. ?on of Her.jamin Franklin and I.oretta Hellp Whitney, was born at O«ce- o!a Nov.. I. 1.S94 and was 52 yrs. old at his death. He receive.! his erade school education in Osceola where earlr in life he nesan work «? a messencer boy at the C. li & Q depot where he learned (ele- eraphy and started to work at a uUerapher at the aee of 17. HP followed that work erer since. with the exception of about two years when he was employed by the Hell Telephone Co. in Chl- <aeo. He was in the employ of the r. B. & Q railroad for about Zo years. He was united tn marriage to Laura McCalley of Shayer Sept., 14. 19U,. To ttils union two children were born, Norma and Don. Mr. Whitney was a member ot the Orded of Railroad Telegrapher?. a member of the Methodist church at Corninc nnd a member of Instruction Lodge No. 275 of the Masonic Order also at Corn- inc. He is survived by his -wife, his ilauirht-r, Mrs. Don Cameron of Des Moines, his son. Don Whit- ni y of Villisi a. one granddaughter. Mania Jeanettc Whitney of Villisca. nnd one brother, I'earl of Des Muines who is the only one left of Hi.' family. n'ilnm fooprr >lonorr<l at Rlrthday Dinner A surprise birthday anniversary dinner was enjoyed by friend? and relatives who bronght dinner to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cooper In honor ot Wllma Cooper on her birthday anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vlner and family, Mr. and Mrs. GJenn Kellenbarger and family, C. W. Dlahop, Earl, Doris and George, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thomas and family, Marllee Williams. Jack Thorson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shelley and family, Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Rrldge. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Griffin and Edna. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dulllngton and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. V. F. MoCollester and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shelley, Florence and Wilma Cooper and Mrs. Bertha KellenbarRer. Karen Cooper spent several flays la?t werk with h p r aur.i^. Floi-r-n'f r.nrl Wilma f.'rmp'T. in Mr?. Ilprtha Kellfr.barcer is Ftayinc with Mr. and Mrs. Ft. F. nulIiri.Kton and family in Red Oak. TTie Good Will rlub met last Wednesday with Mrs. Charles Fiallain. Mrs. A. O. Cole was a.°- plstine hostess. The next meeting will be a picnic Aug. 6 at the Emerson park. The Misses Charlene BullinK- ton and Phyllis Giles spent Sunday night with Miss Grace Kel- tenbarrer. Janet Myr-p Warrrn attended n bu-thday' party Saturday afternoon for Sandra Ekronsetter s fourth birthday In Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Veldon Wallace and Children were Saturday ev-p- nin= evicts of Elbert Winchester and family. children were Friday ev^nine rupM? of th" Lestfr Marfden family. Mrs. Volney Warren entertained at a birthday party for Dean Warren Monday evening with ice cream and cokes. Present were Mr. and Mrs. lister Mnrsdtn and boys. Mr. arid Mrs. Earl Ru'ledtre and son, Mr. and Mrs. Woods and boys. Paul Mr. ai'.d Mrs. Volney "Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Warren were Tuesday evening supper Kiie-st" of Mr. and Mr?. Harry Ekornsetter and dauehter of Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Veldon Wallace and family were Sunday dinner LM ,,. s t? of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Llrv- nard and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Marsden and family were Sunday evening cuest? of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Marsden and boys. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rrammeit. r and Twlla were Sunday evenlne visitors of Norrls Trlplett and family. OAKS NEWS Bt'DOFT KSTTMATK .*M> HWOHII OF FIMNO TOWN & CITY ESTIMATE NOTICE — The Town council of Hastings of Mills County. Iowa, will meet July 21, 1947, at S p. m., at Community Building. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning April 1, 1948, A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated, will be available at the hearing. Harold S. Sawyers, Town Clerk. Circle Elerts Officers JMft Thnrnday The Mystery Circle met Mrs. Guy Dehorn last Thursday afternoon with 12 members and seven visitors pre&ent. As this was the end of the year the following officers were elected: Mrs. Decker, president; Mrs. DeBolt, vice president; Mrs. Ambrose, secretary and treasurer. Vygtery pals were revealed with each receiving a gift. Lunch was served. Mr*. \Vnyne IliilllnKton tlnnoml at Hlumor A shower was given last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Dale Shelley honoring Mrs. Wayne Bulllngton, a recent bride. She received many useful and beautiful gifts. Refreshments of ice cream, cup cakes and coffee wore wived by the hostessos who were Mrs. Dale Shelley, Mrs. J. F. Shelley, Mrs. Bertha Kellenbar- per. Mrs. B. F. Bullington. Mrs. Mrs. Edith Thomas entertained the young married people's club. There were 10 members present and a few guests. Hazel Jenkins, Anna Woods, Mrs. Roy Edwards and Mre. Merwln Vtner. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Winchester and Eugene and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Anderson were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grogen and son. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Marsden and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Volney Warren and girls, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. E. Hrammeier, Twlla and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grogen and Kenny went to lied Oak Sunday to the •»oap box derby. FUNDS Expenditures for Year 1 1 «•' 2 •• General Grading Improvement _ Road Dragging _ Light -_ Fire Maintenance Fire Equipment i City Hall Maintenance _. .. Cigarette Park Cemetery __ Emergency __ General Fionds _ Uond Interest _. Street Const. Fd. (Gas Tax) -Funding Uond _ TOTALS .. r- 1 10 *f s 2 $ 439 38 100 32 209 84 None 626 91 115 300 116 lf.2 $2,ri02 $ 475 124 107 75 284 142 728 115 300 119 150 $2,619 Proposed Expendi- tures Estimated 1948-1949 $ 550 100 200 75 285 100 50 140 50 75 115 425 200 720 150 $3,235 Estimated Unencum- bered Balance April 1, 1948 | None None None None None None None None None None None None j None ! None None None [Estimated Income Other than Taxa- tion 1948-1949 $250 720 $970 Amount Necessary to be Raised by Taxa- tion 194S-1949 $ 550 100 200 75 2S5 100 GO 140 no l <> 115 425 •JOO I ir,n $2.r,ir, Taxable valuation (194fi) $131,727 Moneys and credits (1940) $ 29,2'.tO W. S. C. S. M Held July !> Tlie regular meeting of tho W. S. C. S. was held July 9 at the church. Reports were given concerning (he finances aid a report on the last circle was given. The ladies decided (o prepare a main dish and dessert to take into Haroff s home while Mr. Haroff remains ill. The W. S. C. S. plans to enter a float in the parade at Malvern preceding the Mills County Fair. Lorraine Boos, Vera Hall and Josephine Courtier are on this committee. Members having ideas are n-cjtiested to get in touch with them. Plans were discussed on con- strii'tion of a rest room in the i huivh hallway. It w;is, voted to have Ralph Hite.s make an esti- elps gavt- an in- i "Summertime" .i'ir childrfii in - C.-nters." Josiv.- the (!"ViitinilS Mr>. Hai'o:'f and ~iil"iit of the \V. d R.-v. and Mrs. iiith.-r year. At lilt- . b.-i. of tin- at'i.-fimon d;:i!i(y i-i-freshiiii'i'.ts inu-iHilii- of i' >• i ivuiii, waf.-rs and ic.'d tei w.-;-,. s,-i-vi'd tu alimit _n l:uii..-s by V.-ra (hill. Uiir'.i :;a'.vy.-i> and Miuu i-roui.-.-.. Th..-1'i.- will l )e r. o Just I Washing Machines READY FOR DELIVERY i-tiim <it" Uur Sunday school tt-arhf-i s and officers was held on Tuesday t-veuiny at th* church. Pliins and materials \vtio tliscus- sed for thi- coming year and a report on finances was givi-n. MUs Susan Lambert was in Omaha Tuesday. Miss Mattie Phelr.s is visiting in New Jersey. Miss Susan Lambert took part in a voice recital given by pupils of Dr. Loean. The formal recital was held in the Y. M. C. A. building in Omaha on Sunday evening. Susan sang "How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings." by Jones and "Cara Mio Ben" by CilordanV Hastings public school has purchased a bus with which it will pick up rural students who desire to come to Hastings to school Mr. Gillin, a teacher in the Hastings school will act as driver. I*. T. Hamilton invites everyone to attend prayer meetings at his home on Friday and Sunday at 7:3o p. m. Mrs. Jack Largent and Billie aud Mary Haroff drove to Council Uluft's Sunday to, visit with Ben Haroff. Sunday dinner guests in the Weeren Bowen home Included, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boos, Roy Judah and Larry Kldwell. The> were helping Jack Bowen celbrate bis 20iu birthday. Men ,'rom Hastings who are employed at the Booster elation have been putting in many long hours of work. One group Friday worked from 7:30 a. m. uutil 5:30 u. m. the nest morulug. Thi-y are pouriuK cement for the WtUtu cuuvtrut'ilou coiiijiuuy. .N!r« Acbtiu I.ook»bill, Mm. Adah llulncb uiul Mrs Madge Mitrnh lu Council Ulutf* uue day Deep Freeze Units We have in two sizes of GE quick freeze units. The 8 cubic foot size and the 4 cubic foot size. Why let your fruits or vegetables go to waste or use less efficient methods of preserving them. Get yours now. Coffee Makers Yes, GE coffee makers, style plus design. Better coffee for you in this eight cup coffee maker. REMEMBER NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY Only G-E has these Three LOne Control Wringer One control starts, stops, reverses the rolls . . . " and releases the pressure instantly. It' exclusive with the new GE. 2, G*E Activator This famous Activator swirls the soap suds into every piece of washing. It's gentle, yet gets clothes really clea>. 3.Permadrive Mechanism Only four moving parts! Practically nothing to wear out and no oiling or greasing. Long, dependable, quiet operation. r ^~~~. ^™ '• UU " L '" IJ - M .'-^•'^^'•^^^^^^^^^••••••(•••••••••^•••M G-E Quick Heat Oil Heaters FROM 8«QO TO 7700 CU, FT, Mrii. J. K. \Vaviulre run th« (la,' of a pitch Kirlk into U»r fuot rcsuHiuts iu *i painful Injury. Mi iiud Mr*. Hay KvlUy w«r« t,-uc«t» lu I lie WrtfrU tiuWVti

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