The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on September 11, 1947 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, September 11, 1947
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MALVERN LE *PER. MALVERN, IOWA, SEPTEMBER 11, 1947 Miss Mario Kllpatrlcfc left last erk for Stockton, Cal.. where she .each,., | n the kindergarten: Mids Kathleen Qnalen of Ixm AnwlM. cal., ls visiting- her sig '"••Mm. David Kllpatrlrk. this t «u stfJ lW off on her wav to Ohio where ohe will enter rol- Mrs. J. E. K iil*on Fppnt on _ day In Braddyville with her par- *nt*. Mr. and Mrs. Charles ran, Mr Mr,. and Mrs. Charles Wrieht, . r >. p,. rk anr] Loran ,,ndpd (he Oiso-Sierk wedding In Council niufTs Friday I,o ran was an usher WEDNESDAY, SIPT, 17 FRONTKR PJRK SPEEDWAY BRACES TrioU 7rt» 9. M. .,,*?»• at 8:00 P. M. A4mitt*oa f 1.00 and SI.50 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bineham and small dauehter of Lawrence. Kan., were wppk end pue-sts in the W. R. Blngham homp. Walter had just returned from the American Legion •"onvr-ntion in New York City. Mrs. Theo D. Sjpck and Loran Sierk returned last Tuesday from s trip which included a week ii Denver. Colo., a tour through Yellowstone park end stop? j n Idaho for a visit with relative. Mr. and Mrs. Otha Mass returned Friday from an eastern trip of 3.200 miles. Leaving here they made their first stop In lies .Moines. poing from there to La- Moillp. III., and making stops in ; Chirapo. Hobart. Ind.. and Cleveland. O.. before reaching- Niapara Falls, where they spent two davs. They spent a week end in Philadelphia. F'a.. with a trip to At- lanti,- City while there. On the return trip they made a stop at Fairfiold for an over-night visit. Tliey visited army friend? at several stops Their small son Otha jr.. spent the time (hey were away with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mss«. of Silver City. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rass attended the national conference of the ,j,j .,. TroutdaJe-in-the- F'ines. Colo. They flew out Friday and returned Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. Aaeust Levendahl of Harlan came Sunday and are residlnc in the E. W. Knight home while the Kniphts are on vacaiton. Mr. Levendahl is a reg- isterpd pharmacist and -win care for that part of the Collins Drug business. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Piatt and Mrs G. A. Piatt of Silver City spent the week end f n the home of their sister and daughter Mrs H. G. Pare. Harold Boehner of York. Neb., »as in town Saturday on a business mission and visited briefly with friends. Financial Statement of Mills County Fair Association for Year 1947 r-, t, v RECEIPTS Cash on hand from last report $ , O r j0 76 Receipts outside eates fg 42550 -.-" Total ticket sales --.,., Concessions and priviliges II 3S600 State aid (this y«ar anticipated "III •> ooo'oo Miscellaneous receipts of fair- Entry fees j 9SS 40 Exhibit space rentalg __ 17<i on Subscriptions 2~." 1 14475 From all oth-r sources of fair '423 11 Total miscellaneous receipts of fair. 2 734 26 Total receipts of fair _ ' . ,,- s , County aid i"V-V?-"" S ' 545 ' 82 Money borrowed ... S-Tnn Other receipts I-THIIII j Q79 10 Total receipts from sources"o~ther~than~fair l.'.J 3,133.45 Tourney at Glenwood In the tourney card the teams. 'or any O f Grand total Miss Fannie Clark spent Saturday and Sunday In Omaha with Mrs. Sam Clark who is recuperating from a serious illness Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Knight and thr,r son Ede) left Sunday morning for a vacation in Colorado F-dei will return in a week but Mr. and Mrs. Knight plan to be gone three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hassel- luist returned Saturday to their home at Mead. Neb. Their son of Yankton, S. D.. also returned to his home that day. "hey had been called here by the death of Mrs. Laura Hasselquist. ress Theatre THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SA I UKDAY, S,pt. 11.12-13 HOMESTRETCH A Technicolor Picture with Maureen O'Hara and Cornel Wilde SUNDAY, MONDAY, Sept. 14-15 VARIETY GIRL Starring Blng Cro,by, Bob Hope, Gary Cooper and others. News, Cartoon. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, Sept. 16-17 LIKELY STORY with Barbara Hale and Bill Williams C ° MING - THURS, FR,., SAT., N2§ODY_UVES FOREVER Max Roles departed Tuesday fnr his home in Eueene. Or*" after a weeks visit with relatives nt-re and In Glenwood. He was en- rome from Rhode Island where hp had just received his discharge from the navy, to his home He will attend the University of Ore- pon this year. Miss Lucille Stuhbs win return tonight from Ames where she has b'en since Sunday, taking 8pP . rial training pertaining to her work for the Farm Bureau Donald Afstrope, who since his discharge from the army, has been employed in the offices of <- A. Swanson & Sons, rpslgned from his position and on Sept 5 renewed his career in the army. He has had seven years in the army and after re-enlisting was given the rank of S/Sgt. and stationed at Offutt Field, Ft. Crook Neb. in the office of air inspector. .Mrs. Aistrope and thplr son Donald jr. will remain at their is he Is at Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Durbln returned last Thursday f rom a stay in Colorado. They were five weeks at Manitou Springs and a few days at Estes Park Mr. and Mrs. Claude Alexander and children, Carol, David last Thursday and Mrs^Ale^n! dor and the children will remain here with her mother. Mrs. Zelma Fletcher, while Mr. Alexander takes some specialized training in Des Moines. He returned to Des Molnes Friday. L '°>' d Landis, Connie and BIN lie drove out to Fremont, Neb Wednesday for Mrs. Landis and Michael who had visited a few Homer msBi-wSareSra' 0118 balance) l13 ' 740 ' 03 Open premiums: Horses, ponies and mules $ 382 00 Cattle (beef and dairy) 134.00 Swine 217.00 Sheep, wool and goats 149.00 Poultry and pet stock _. 32.75 Agricultural Products 29.50 Fruits and vegetables 25.50 Plants and flowers. 60.25 Culinary products _ 121.75 Textile and art dept. 77.25 Hobbies and Photography ._ 42.50 Total open premiums 1 271 50 4-H Club Premiums: Colts 81.00 Cattle (beef and dairy) 1,339.00 Pigs 333.50 Lambs 99 75 Poultry 97.25 Other 4-H premiums 338.81 Total 4-H Club Premiums 2,284.31 Total premiums other than speed y Music and attractions 2 ' Miscellaneous expense of fair: ' Advertising 2 53.94 Printing-, stationary, record blanks, etc. 265.66 Postage, express, freight and drayage Administrative and office pay roils Police and parkinR pay rolls" Pay rolls, all other departments General and common labor during fair 389.20 All other expense of fair 2,104.57 Total mhrellaneous expense of fair 3 372 B4 Tola! expense of fair ... ' Indebtedness of previous years paid Expense other than fair: Maintenance of grounds and buildings 1,759.44 All other expense other than fair~Federaf ~ TAxes 584 S2 Total expense other than fair IIII" Grand total disbursements Balance on hand The 1947 town team baseball season was given a week's reprieve by three Rotary clubs this week when they announced that they would sponsor a four-team tournament at Glenwood'g Memorial Athletic field Friday and Sunday nights. Malvern, Glenwood, Tabor and Treynor will vie for the J60-J40- $30-$20 prize money being offered by the Glenwood. Malvern and Tabor Rotary clubs in a tourney designed to raise money for the Glenwood field. Friday night at 6:30 Glenwood and Tabor will mix; later in the same evening Malvern and Treynor will go to complete first- round efforts. Sunday night the losers of Friday night's games will tangle at 6:30 with the championship game carded for later Sunday night. All four teams have had good records this season, particularly so at Malvern where the new baseball organization has brought fans a 18 win, one loss record. There are, however, no soft spots Salvers Among flo Grid Hopofnls Cadet Robert Salyerg, son Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Salyerg of Malvern, was one of the 60 men who reported for the football camp at Wentworth Military Academy at Lexington, Mo thot ended Saturday. Under the direction of Capt. Karl Bernlnger, the went through sessions everv morning and afternoon from Sept. 2 through Saturday Athletic Director Capt. E. p that a tilt with Mlssonr^MIMar' 1 Academy on Sept. 26 will open the season. p ' 3 ~ SS.52 25.80 GO.00 185.75 GIFTS For All Occasions L. S. ROBINSON 10-Day Watch Repair Service Glenwood, Iowa q no , .inn nn 300.00 Albert the wedding of Miss" Flo -- to Eldon M. KHngemann Saturday evening at Calvary Lutheran church in Omaha. The bride is a cousin of Mrs Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bass and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goy returned Wednesday from a 10 day trip west which included the Bad Lands, Big Horn mountains, Black Hills, Yellowstone park Salt Lake City. U., Denver and Colorado Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hensley of Bedford cared for the children " were mmnu, SAiuRDAr,SEPT. 12AND ,3 DEARDORFF'S Peas, Corn, Tomatoes and Green Beans for Campbell's VEGETABLE SOUP for CATSUP 14 oz. btl. Staley's CUBE STARCH pkgs. Crushed PINEAPPLE oz. can PEACHES ib, ""•"" SEEDLESS HOMINY AND KRAUT 2 25c TOMATO JUICE TANGERINE JUICE for Miracle Whip SALAD DRESSING pt. Hills Bros., Folger., Tone Bros, and Chase & San bom COFFEE ib. Snap CLOTNES PINS doz. ORANGES ib. ROYAL GELATIN and PUDDING 4 r 2 boxes GROUND TOILET TISSUE 3 °» 8 29c RINSO, DUZ, TIDE, OXYDOL and SUPERSUDS Mr. and Mrs. H. P. V. Aistrope returned Tuesday from a five weeks trip to the west coast They spent most of the time while away at Compton. Cal., In the home of their son Marlln Returning they visited at Sidney and Gothenburg, Neb. While in California they visited with many former Malvern folk and one day at Marlin's, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Gal- Hher, Ford Wearln and Mrs Pearl Kline and Mrs. Mae Wolfe who were visiting in the 'west were callers. Mrs. Kline and Mrs.' Wolfe returned Tuesday also having been gone a month. Miss Babs Randerson attended the wedding Saturday of a sorority sister, Miss Kathryn Critchfield, to Charles D. Robison at Dundee Presbyterian church in Omaha. Miss Randerson served the cake at the reception which followed in the church parlor. Mrs. Nathan Moore is ill at her home on Second avenue following a stroke Wednesday. A daughter was born Tuesday at Mercy hospital, Council Bluffs to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Doss Jr Her weight was .seven pounds five ounces, and she has been named Beverly Denise. Mrs. Rosa Kotch of Peoria III., and Mrs. Luella Melick of Fain-lew., m., cousins of Mrs. Albert Nelson, departed Sunday for their homes after a 10 day vteit in the Nelson home. Mrs. Will Stout returned east with them for a two week visit Gerald Caldwell of Council bluffs visited Tuesday in the parental w. A. Caldweli home. Mrs. Frank Churchill returned Saturday from a visit in Gunnison, Colo., at the Clyde Buffinp- toii home. She went out with her daughter. M r8- Grace Tl . oxell who returned to Wilbur, Neb. where she will teach this year. HI-J.--U Ann Stevenson Tnm-stlay ftuil Friday In with Misa Hubs Hantler- HOU who hus resumed her dutUs us Uoim. management Inntructoi- l» Hie hi(4h acbool. Mi-, utul Mr 8 . n Hut! Ouk w..|-u Jtt.v in tlu. ilno.^.. lu ihti urii'inium O. E. S. kensington will meet Friday, Sept. 19, with Mrs. Sadye Mclntyre at 2:30 p. m . Dr. and Mrs. C. T. Windrath of Sibley came to Malvern Tuesday an<T during their rtay here will reside with Mrs. Robt. Boehner Dr. Windrath \a V. s. food Inspector and will be at C. A. Swanson & Sons plant during the season. Mr. and Mrs. J. N . Summers drove to Shenandoah Sunday and spent the day with their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Raidt. Mrs. Kenneth Sowers and daughter Linda of Red Oak were Sunday guests of Mrs. Faye ohook. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Conner and two children were week end S 8 'n the S " J ' An d"Bon and Dudley Conner homes • From the time the farmer 1 ! milk come, to Robert. Dairy, until it leaves the cooler to be delivered to you . . Skin ?r e V,!, rildd 1 « bo «t««y te.u. Skilled technician! teit it and check it » V ,?.?!! e !L 01f *' *" y - Rob « rt « MUk I ?f rich ««>a K h to b, prop«rl y nourtriiing. It mu . t ^ «>„„. ^J •long the way it mast keep that MnC?'^"/ 1 ftlt ' or fo * wWch Robert! Milk it to famoui. Reach for HOMO MILK AT YOUR FOOD STORE H. Maloney of Suu- \\. N ni.ii, . ihey ull Urovu «r u vU!« tu home. \vii| a ut r burn furmwr Will* Will U U, tiu* wlu. Jamiso Bates AMERICAN HERI SERIES F BED SPREADS thi. Nationally Known Jamison

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