The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 21, 1947 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, August 21, 1947
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THE MALVERN LEADER. MALVERN, IOWA, AUGUST 21, 1947 PAGE FIVE Flo Plumb to Wed in September Mr. and Mrs. Everett Plumb of Hastings announce the onEage- ment and approaching marriage of thefr daughter, Flo Joyce, and Eldon M. Klinpemann of Rising City. Neb., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry KlinKemann. The wedding will take place Sept. 6 at the Mt, Calvary Lutheran church in Omaha. Knt-prtaln ut Dinner Snturdny tn Honor of Oiiest Miss Connie Cockburn of Wyandotte, Mich., visited In the Richard Hyde home last week. In her honor Mr. and Mrs. Hyde entertained at dinner Saturday evening. Out of town puests were Mr. and Mre. Ralph Pease and daughter Pam of Farragut. The group were former classmates when they attended Iowa State college. H. H. C. I'lrnlc at Malvern Fair (Grounds The H. S. C. club picnic win be held Wednesday, Aug. 27, at C:15 p. m., at the Malvern fair grounds. All are urged to attend. WASHER TROUBLE! Until you get that beautiful New Maytag, let us keep your present washer in as good work- it;g order as possible, no raat- tei what its age. We san quickly tell you what is required in the way of servicing or replacement of worn out parts. We are proud of out record for efficient, prompt service. Telephone today for a. service man to call and give you tn accurate estimate of cost. CARPEL MACHINERY CO. Ph. 5121 Malvern Stapleton-Harman Nuptials in Lincoln Announcement is made of the marriage of Edna Naomi Harman, daughter of Mrs. Hannah f. Harman. to Harvey Edward Stapleton, son of Mr. and Mrs frank M. Stapleton of Lincoln Neb. The ceremony took place Aug. 12 at 7 p. m. In the chapel of St I'auls Methodist church in Lincoln, with Rev. Virgil A. Anderson officiating. Lois Birmingham played organ wedding music Mr and Mrs. R. A. Nelson were their attendants. Th* bride wore a white wool gabardine suit of dressmaker style with pink and white accessories and an orchid corsage, Mrs. Stapleton Is a member of the Lincoln public school faculty, teaching social studies at Irving junior high. She received her education at Iowa State Teachers college and the University of Nebraska. She is a member of the Lincoln Teachers association, the National Education association and the Women's Education club of Lincoln. She has taught in the Hastings and Malvern schools. Mr. Stapleton graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles and is a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity. children, John III and Dorothy. O^—..-—. I W t f^ r> i of council Bluffs, Mrs. joe Kii- Company 1 INow at Camp Dodge Patrick. Miss Marie Kilpatrick who has just returned home following completion of her work as kindergarten teacher in the Stockton. Cal.. schools and Mrs. David Kilpatrick. Shaw Family Third Reunion in Red Oak The third annual reunion of the Shaw family was held Aug. 17 at Chautauqua park In Red Oak with 66 members present. Arrangements for the day were In charge of the president, Irene McClain Erickson; Dorothy Shaw Lawton, program chairman; Margaret Shaw Waltz, music chairman. Other numbers on the program were a piano solo played by Allcemary Waltz: and the reading of two original poems. Fern Culver Beats read "My Grandfather" and "Biscuits and Beans/' a toast to grandmother, written by Kathryn Shaw Curtis. Officers elected for 1948 follow: Kenneth Shaw, president; Fern Culver Beals, vice president; Horace Waltz, secretary amd treasurer; and Erma Shaw Jordan, historian. As was always the custom in the parental Shaw home, all gathered around the piano for a sing before leaving for their homes. brought Malvern seven runs, by tripling with three men on the paths. Danny Zanders. In hi<* one plate appearance also slammod out n triple. Sunday niiitit Malvern will play under the Farrneut lights. Malvern 0^1 2flfl 070 13 10 4 II R K Olrnwoori of2 "no 7i'x 14 11 f> Batterlfs: Christians. Jack-uin anr! p. Zanders. F. Zander?: Williams. Ellerbrnck and M. Rnbr- burg. Kill Them Very Toting An active and vigorous plant In the early stage? of growth will respond more quickly to 2.4-D. the new weed killer, than n mature plant. The usual response is a curling and twisting of the leaves with a gradual dying in three to four weeks. As soon as practical nftrr the weeds have died, a fertiliser Should be used to encourage the grass to fill In the bare spaces loft by the weeds. Engagement of Daughter Announced Mr. and Mrs. Lester L. Thomas of Kinerson wish to announce tho eiiuugf.'inent of their daughter, Joyce Marie, to John Dudley Thorson, son of Mr. and Mrn. J. A. Tliiirsoii of Kmerson. No date has bron set. for the wedding. Mills County SPORTS Mrs. P. I). Slollumer K'nlei tains at Luncheon Mr*. I'. 1). Slothower entertain-' ed at luncheon Friday ut her home. Her guests were her daughter, Mrs. John Buesing jr. and J. H. BECKWITH Insurance Phone 2111 36tf. (ilenwootl Downs Henderson IH-I) ut County Fair The Glenwood Independents were fully recovered from their mld-BpuKon slump last Thursday afternoon at the Mills County Fair as they handed Henderson their second fair loss, lJi-9. Kllbrock nnd Hohrhurg, Olen- wood mound combination, opposed Sellers and Johnson, perspiring ovr-r the Henderson hurling duties, with the Glenwood hurlers yielding 18 hits, while Henderson was being nicked for 9. The Glenwood sluggers collected three homo runs, three triples and five doubles enroute to the win. Heitman led the Glenwood barrage with one home run and two triples. Carlson and Williams also grabbed round trippers. Batteries: Ellbrock, Rohrburg and Carlson; Sellers, Johnson and Morris. Above Is shown Company I of the National Guard as they entrained for a week's encampment at Camp Dodge Sunday ' The company will return Saturday. Gentleman out of step is Donald Donner of Malvern. First Lt. Verrls Hubbell of Malvern Is commanding officer of the company. their 13th straight victory without a defeat this year in the final game of the Mills County Fair and they did It on Friday by beating Tabor B-2. John Adklns, Malvern's shortstop and leadoff sticker, opened the Malrern effort In the last half of the first stanza when he converted a hard single that was booted by the Tabor centerflelder into the opening run. From then on out, long blows continually accounted for scoring. In the third Inning Mnlvern's cleanup man, George Williams, was given an intentional gift pass with one man on base. The next Malvern sticker, Gene N'osokable, poled a triple to score two vital runs. Tabor grabbed one of their two runs when Ilartholomew slainmed out a triple with one mate aboard. Hai tholomew was thrown out at th<' plate trying to stretch the knock another hack. Hlmer Jnckson racked up another win for the Uedblrds as lie hurled tho route for Malvern In a five-hit fashion. Along with the five-hit twirling, Jackson fanned nine and walked two. Lybargor, his mound opponent, gavo up 10 hits, fanned four and walked three. H R E Tabor 001 001 000 G 2 2 Malvern 102 000 02x 10 5 2 Batteries: Lybarger and McGinnis; Jackson and Zanders. their application was refused. In the class B. Red Oak will attempt to defend Its championship against a field including Tabor, Dunlap, Treynor, Walnut, Council Bluffs Boosters, Omaha Assumption and Omaha St. Marys (Duffys Tavern). Prize money will total $3,150, against $2,550 a year ago. The class A champion will receive tl.200, the runner-up ?600, second round losers $100 each and first round losers $50 each. The class B champion will receive $000. the runner-up $2CO, second round losers $60 each and first round losers $20 each. Rainbow post of tho American Legion is again sponsoring tho tournament. Dames will 1 )( > played in a ball park measuring up to class A specifications — homo park of tho Omaha Western league club. STATE FAIR OPENS FRIDAY, AUG. 22 With record-breaking list? of entries ami nil indications pointing to another all-time high In attendance, officials nnd exhibitors today completed preparations for the grand opening of the 1947 Iowa State Fair here Friday. A huge Increase In livestock and crop pntrlps. a record-break- ins program of entertainment features and a 20 per cent reduction In admission prfcpp at the Kates were cited by Fair Secretary L. B. Cunningham as factors indicating a record attendance. Even last year's alltlme high of 514.000 may be bettered. Friday's big opening feature at the fair will be the first afternoon of national championship auto races. In addition, Friday will be "children's day" — with boys and girls admitted free at the Kates and entertained at a big free show at the grandstand at 9:30 a. m. _ . »t , ,,, Nfais for f.JMMi iM^im 1 . «•*<» wroi Pl.'h . T , n" "' R , ? " 10 «>f f'-ec ,H,llee,l p«,.kl,, K spare. .\,l- rSi Prn, v !.":''V"° I "' sslon = »«.««, »l.2»7»l.50, I..* latoB Friday Aug. 22 Sunday, „„,„„„.„. Al| S(1 , l(s r( . s , rv ,, (I . ih u rm l>" ndH nf« r ±:; u% B : - : r-r <» *«? r rr^r and double-font,,,,, i, „.„„„: ,„,'; to: .\im-rlcnn Ix-Klon H<«le,, 'I leU. , . and double-feature hanifss and running races Monday Thursday, Aim. un-H et Committee, Fairfax, M<»., , ^ b V. \flltllJ thrnuKh ,,,„„„. ,-o Mttlvern Tops Tabor in Fair Final The Malvern Redbtrds won MILLS COUNTY Memorial Field Rally Day GLENWOOD Wednesday August 27 7 O'clock P. M. See the Famous New York Yankee Scout in person His Tryout All Stars will play Glenwood as a Feature Event Malvern Commercial Club Vs. Glenwood Chamber of Commerce Hun, it* Pi J*iw »n will U iMNNi»at lo piMi the fir*t Ull NO, 14 FOR MALVERN AT HAMBURG SUNDAY The Malvern Redblrds acquired a new pitcher and victory No. 14 all at the same time Sunday when they mangled Hamburg 15-1 behind the four-hit pitching of Doc Grindle at Hamburg. Grindle, hurt earlier in the season when he collided with Danny Zanders, has been out of the game since June. It was previously thought that he wouldn't be able to do any more chucking this year. His superb performance for Malvern Sunday greatly brightens the Redbirds' outlook. Malvern clubbed two Hamburg pitchers, Brown and Gude, for a total of 15 hits. In the top half of the ninth Malvern turned a respectable ball game into total rout, as they scored seven runs on four hits, one fielder's choice, one walk and one error. Brice Adkins, replacing injured Max Dashner at second, teamed up with Elmer Jackson, playing centerfleld, and Danny Zanders, Malvern catcher, to provide nine of the team's 15 hits. All three of the Malvern stickers collected three hits, with Jackson's official effort a three for four performance. Johnnie Paulson, now on a vacation, was missing from the Malvern lineup. HUE Malvern 001 202 307 15 15 2 Hamburg 001 000 000 414 Batteries: Grindle and Zanders; Brown, Gude and Clayton, Phillips. Came Ouldiils |'e*sinilstlc on lit 17 I'lieiisaiit SeaMMi Officials of the state conservation commission are pessimistic over prospects for tho 1947 pheasant hunting season. Many lirst nesting 'attempts were unsuccessful because of heavy rains and Hoods at the beginning of the nesting season. This, coupled with the fact that in many sections large numbers of birds winter killed, prompts commission biologists to staje flatly that "tho pheasant season in 1947 will be no better" than the year before •when hunters complained of the difficulty of securing the gaudy ringnecks. On the brighter side, second nesting attempt broods are apparently larger than ordinary and In this fact lies the hope that the season will be open this year. It is pointed out that there is always a surplus of pheasant cocks, the only legal birds in Iowa, that may be taken without affecting the following year's production. Commission officials state that the only danger of an open season when the population is low is illegal shooting of hens which definitely will cut into the succeeding year's breeding stock. Facing the East Throughout the ages it has been the custom of many races to bury their dead facing the East. The sun worshipers followed the practice as it was the direction from which their deity returned each morning. For the ancient Greeks it was the way to Elysium or paradise. To the Christians, it is the direction from which Christ will come on Judgment Day. ' 1A 11 * t) l fit all instruments. Easy to buy from our"" fresh stock! BLOEDEL HARDWARE Phone 3011 Malvern Iowa Duck Season tx-t. ai - Xov. 10 The migratory waterfowl season in Iowa has been shortened to 30 days from noon, Oct. 21 to one hour before sunset, Nov. 19. After the opening day the season opens at sunrise and closes one hour before sunset. Bag limit on ducks is four per day with eight in possession after the first day. Only one wood duck may be taken in a daily bag or had in possession. An earlier report stating that the duck season closed at 3(J minutes before sunset was in error, Ready for School Fun r Look lovely with a hairstyle fashioned for YOU, Soon the school social calendar will be in full swing and you will be in the midst of the fun whirl that makes fall so pleasant. Let Us Help You Look Your Lovliest The Malvern Beauty Shop H. D. Wright Edythe Mackey Phone 3661 (iiemvood Absorbs 12-U Drubbing Sunday Night Storz of Omaha invaded Glenwood Sunday night and trounced the local lads 12-0 under the Memorial Athletic Field lights. After holding Storz to 4-0 for eight tunings, Gleuwood fell apart in the tiual go and Storz ripped eight runs across the plate. Friday night Tabor will play at Glen wood; Sunday afternoon Glenwood journeys to Nebraska City ana Wednesday night tue Independents will tangle with the Tryout All-Stars at Gleuwood. H H E Storis 001 081 008 13 12 0 UU'UWuoil 000 000 000 3 0 5 Hatierlvs: lUessle, SluKK uiul Dilivule; KiiKier. tcauuwUs uutl Miku ttluOfk Ytturuvy Tubur. bi'ulfii twU't> ttii* year Uy Mttlwru. Is uuu ul tltu it>utu» vuiwiwil Iu tlio tU>muwi»*i Unvti AuuiUtiii uvll Mlutiu Slulvern String lli-oken ut 14 Tuesday The Malvern victory string, representing a season's work, was snapped ut 14 Tuesday ni.uht when Malvern fell to Glenwood 11-10 under the Memorial Athletic Held lights. In the game, Malvern's first experience at night ball, the Ked- birds' luck, as well us its undefeated string, was in for u rough evening. The lim low blow came when .Danny Zanders, Aiulvern's youthful backstop, was nicked in the linger by a pitched bull, forcing his retirement from the fray. He was replaced by Manager Frank Zanders. Al Christians proved to bo considerably less effective than in previous appearances with the local Ulue us the Glfiiwoud stickers found him tor 11 lilts. Christians was replaced iu tho seventh Inning, with none out, by Klmer Jurksuu who llnisUed the till, ul- UiwiitK time. Itiu am three. Johnny Williams l \\irUul ilu< HIM eight Innings tin (i'ui\MKitl, being nltkeil i»i- ull la m Mul- Vvril'fc IliU. lllH jiUi'i'esaii! 1 , l-.'llel- tiiuik, lituIfil the iiitul naiiiv mut il IVMI M( Ibe tilt vi Uiell to him ,uul l(,.In i'Ui.; ii.'l. il (vU Ida unuul luiH'v't tu tint i^^^^M^^r^^^™*^^^^^^ MORE FARMERS PLANT DEKALB than any other HYBRID CORN ttt«a«. vuui'v4 ttt vltuu A tu uhwu H*H<*u, HKHHY neiTCHUK, MiiuuU, UKYCfc HAKKISQN, M«lv«ru, low* J. M, WU.COX, ia KARL

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