The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on September 25, 1947 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, SEPTEMBER 2S, 1947 Mills County SPORTS Malvern School News Burdic Home Latest Malvern Addition COIN TRIPPED ORIOLES 28-19 THURSDAY Ma!vern Orioles met their first defeat of the season Thursday afternoon when a tnuph Coin crew turned them back, 2S-19, on the Coin field. Coin's offense kept the Orioles too busy to open up their own powerhouse to full capabilities. SCHOOL CLASSES ORGANIZE FOR YEAR Organization* Start on Year's Extra-Curricular Activities Senior Class — The senior class elected the following officers for the following year: president, Leonard Goehner; vice-president, Genelle Stevens; secretary, Clarence Martin, jr.; treasurer, Donald Hou- PEP CLUB NAMES FRANCES ROBINSON The Malvern Oriolettes, sponsored hy Miss Slaffle and Miss McClurg. reorganized after each class had elected their new quota of girls to the organization. Elected officers are Frances Robinson, president; Marcie Ellis, vice president; Genelle Stevens, secretary; Theresa Dyke, treasurer. The Pep club, which provides moral support to the team at the games, elected four cheer leaders ORIOLE SIX CRUSHED FARRAGUT FRIDAY Steamroller tactics brought Mai- Tern hich athletes another derisive -win Friday night, when the Orioles crushed the Farragut six- man football tpam 28-0. The tilt was the first ronferen.-e bout for the Orioles and was played at Farraput. In the first quarter, helped by good blocking by Hnuser and Martin. Bird went over for the first counter. Price converting an extra point, Martin came through with a touchdown in the second period, making a ppectacular natch with the finger tips and then sjirlntlnp; 2ii yds. to the line. Prjcr- ,'ipain worked tho extra. McClure was knocked out two Tnlnutrs before the half ended In the games only serious injury. The Oriole powerhouse, Price Leu. New members elected to Pep C'lub included Jackie Enewold, De- Ions Paulson. Betty Bailey, and Dorothy Alley. The class elected a committee to be headed hy the president to plan the years activities. They were Theresa Dyke, Joyce Campbell, Donald Houser, and Clarence Martin, Jr. Thr class sponsor is Mr. Crink. Junior Class —The new junior officers are president, Jan Pontow; vice president, Charles Nagle; secretary. Richard Cardwell; and treasurer", Mary Ann Binpham. Member? to join Student Council are Luella Shafer and Charles Pevehouse. New Pep Club members are Mary Ann Binpham, and Lorna Estes. Miss McClun? nnd Miss Slagle are the junior sponsors. more officers are: president, and Joyce Campbell. Classified AdsPay Hondr/wlg of Mills CotintHnfl rt&A" Tour W»nt Ad every w*«k. rt A""T"~E s Per line, on* Insertion 'Oc Each sutoequent Insertion 5c Minimum chart* • • 4 »c An tddltlonal service charge of 35c will be made for each bMna ma which most be answered at Th» Lender office. lx>st: Coin purse containing Important keys. If found call phone 3654, Malvern. p.13-1^ FOR SALE STUDENT COUNCIL TO HOLD SCHOOL MIXER The Student Council began the hisrh school social affairs Monday night by sponsoring a free "Student Mixer" to help pet the students better acquainted. To start the evening activities, three movie shorts, entitled "Swing Melodies," "Amos nnd Andy" and "Laurel and Hardy," in the high school assembly. Following this was dancing for those who cared to trip the light fantastic, and at 10:30 free refreshments were served. fioo<l Irf-nvcs on Treo Make Sl/r nnd Quality of .\|iplr The size and quality of an apple Is determiner! by the number of Kood leaves on the tree. A tree with only 10 pood leaves per ap- • RAST LIBERTY * ^ A;y * LAPC.IV 1 I The E. W. Burdic home, shown above, on Murlon avenue, makes an attractive addition to Malvern's residential district. The house, recently completed. Is a brick colonial design structure. 63. All -were present except Mrs. Mary Miller of Arvada, Colo, and include Mrs. Jennie Adams of Red Oak, Mrs. Rosa Adams. Silver City; Miss Kettle Henderson. Omaha; R. K. and J. E Henderson of Malvern and Roscoe Henderson of Knob Noster, Mo. These with their children, grandchildren and great grandchildren spent the hours together very enjoy-ably. That day also marked the birthday of J. E. Henderson and his grandson, Tommy who was one year old. third and fourth periods. Bird ^^ "^ar^Tou^anne" 8 " 5 ' l ""° hlgh-tannic acid, poor quality ap- nlcklng an extra point for each, ' Th p student Council members pie. Plumb and Pevehouse also did nrc [j osa ]i P Alberts and Joenne A tree with 20 Rood leaves per some rrixlitnblt' work during the pj n tt. bout. She former showing up well "" npplo develops a medium size, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Lookabill and daughter Ruth and Mr. and and Mrs. Harolrt Scott and Bert of near Hastings, returned Friday from a week's trip to Denver and Colorado Springs. Mr. Look- ablll was quite sick and confined to bed the grrntrr part of the time at the Philip Melody home In Denver. They also visited Charlie Anderson who formerly lived In this vicinity. The Scott's and Ruth visited relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Hatfteld, In Colorado Springs. Mr. and Mr? Ralph Maddocks of Omaha spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H FINAL RITES HELD FOR MRS, NATHAN MOORE Resident of Malvern for the Past 28 Years Services for Mrs. Nathan Moore Hnlyrrs on Headquarters Troun nt Wontworth secretary, Jean Houser; treasurer, apple develops a largo, hlgh-sug- j Jerry Stogdill. ar, high Juice, good quality ap- ' A f, p , Freshmen elected to Studc "} pie and a fruit bud for next Mr a nc year. her home here Sept. 17, at the age of 62 years and two days. la a member of. the headquarters Co. football team. This' Is a member of the school intramural league and will play a regular schedule with other units. Vanderpool, Carolyn Alberts and Maxine Griffin. • Mr. Moyer is the freshman spon- ART FRITCKER General Auctioneering Phono 15 Henderson, low* Two Show Progress in Speed Typing Tests Mrs. Newman reports, with only 3 weeks of typing the seniors are fast developing into speed demons. In the daily 1 minute speed tests Marlene Johnson has averaged 40 words per minute and Joyce Campbell 38. .-- Rabbit and Oavy Show at tilrmvooil Sept. 28 The Southwest Iowa Rabbit & Cavy association will stage a Sept. 28. Entries of around 200 rabbits from four states are expected. they visited relatives. this union two children were born, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Judah, Charles of Malvern and Mrs. Gene- Jlmmie and June, recently spent vieve Newton of Marshall, Mo. a few days with relatives "Lake Mrs . Moore js we ,, known ,„ the Benton, Minn, and attended tne community having lived in and POLAND CHINA BOAR SALE! October 2 at the farm 16 miles east of Council Bluff* on Highway 6 — at 1 p, m. Sired by some of top boars of the breed, thi» is one of the best bunches of boars we have ever sold. There will be plenty of new blood lines for our old customers. We will deliver a reasonable distanc*. ' ' A. P, BRIGGS & SON, OWNER H, S. Duncan, Auct. Southwest Iowa Pioneers to Meet at Shenandoah Next Friday, Oct 3 Old settlers of the area have been invited to the 1947 Old Settlers Day at Shenandoah Oct. 3. The affair is sponsored by the Southwest Iowa Pioneer association. A dinner will be served at noon and there will be special entertainment afternoon and evening. Old Age Assistance Receive $1O 20O for iveceive *iu,iuu ror September in County _,. . . , The department of social welfare reports a total of $10,200 was paid 290 cases for old age assistance for September, an average of $35,17. Pour cases of aid to needy blind received 1170.40 or an average of $42.60. Thlrty-two children, representing 12 cases received a total of $851 with an average per child of $26.55 and per case of $70.92. Mj. and MM. Roy Proctor and Edward and Mrs. Win. Lutx of Malvern were In Omaha Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Morford of Glenwood have been spending a few days with their daughter, Mrs. Homer Petty. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Scott, Billy. Kathy and Clifford were guests In Glenwood Sunday at the home of her parents,-Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mlntle. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Henderson were Council Bluffs visitors on Monday. Mrs. Floyd Thompson and baby of Osceola spent a week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale McClure, who took home Saturday, returning Card of Thanks I wish to thank my friends and relatives for the beautiful flowers, cards and letters sent to me during my stay in the hospital. They were greatly appreciated. Mrs. Frank Hillyer. A-1 Used Cars 1945 FORD TRACTOR w'th new highway- type mower, New Lister, New Scoop, also plow. 1947 New JEEPS — two of them. 1946 PLYMOUTH, 4-door, radio and heater. 1941 CHEVROLET, 4-door, radio and heater. 1940 PLYMOUTH, 4-door, radio and heater. 1938 DODGE, 4-door, radio and heater. 1940 MERCURY, 4-door, radio and heater. 1940 CHEVROLET, Club Coupe, radio and heater. 1929 PLYMOUTH 4-door, 46,000 miles. 1936 INTERNATIONAL IVi ton LWB, 2 speed • 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE • REGENAUER MOTORS Phono 21-R Thurman Appreciation I wish to express my appreciation to the friends and neighbors for remembering me with cards, letters and visits while I was in the hospital. . p.13-1. Mrs. Valda Alexander Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Scott and Carolyn of near Henderson were dinner , guests Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Vern Mickelson. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Scott and Roger were dinner guests Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Scott, near Hastings. Mrs. Pearl Dickey and children of Sun Dance, Wyo., were guests last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ed Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Johnson of Omaha also spent a part of their vacation at tho Gilbert home. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Clay and Linda, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clay of Malvern, have been visiting relatives in Nebraska and South Dakota for a few days. years. Those left to miss her presence and lovely spirit are her husband, Nathan Moore, two children, Charles and Genevieve, two )ne sister, Mrs. Frank ' Lineville, one brother, of Des Moines. Relatives of the deceased carried the casket. Music was furnished by Miss Evelyn Bryan and Mrs. Donald Hodge accompanied by Mrs, F. R. Chantry. the flowers ' R. Mrs. L. Pi Walker. A number of relatives from a distance attended the funeral of Mrs. Moore. Among them were her daughter, Mrs. James Newton and son Leonard, Marshall, Mo., her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meadows of Lineville and her brother Ernie Riggs And family of Des Moines. Loyal Lassie* 4-H Club Invite Mothers to October Meeting The Loyal Lassies 4-H club extend an invitation to all prospective members and their mothers to attend the October meeting of the club Oct. 15 at 8 p. m. at the home of Catherine Bker- ritt. All farm girls who have reached their 10th birthday and town girls who have reached their 12th birthday are welcomed. For salp; Circular heater, $10. Dining table, large buffet. Walter Hultquist, ph. 1 on 28, Emerson. P. Ijj For sale New crop timothy seed. Ph. 616, Jim Burgoin, Silver City. 12-2. For sale: Boys blcyrle, $20. Eugene Palaer, ph. 151, Hastings. 12-2. For sale: Pickling cucumbers. Elmo Kites, ph. 361, HastinRS. 12-2. For sale: 1 pine house door 29"x7'. 2 windows 17%"x41 V 3 windows and 3 screens 12%" 28%" 2 screen windows 35%"x51 1 ,£" 1 screen window 35H"x61$4" 3 screen windows 23%"x61%" 2 screen windows 39%"x39 1 /6" 3 storm windows 23%"x51%" 3 storm windows 35%"x51" 1 storm window 29V t "x39Mi" All frame slaes. W. R. Bylngton, ph. 3461. 12-2. For sale: Registered Chester White Hoars. New blood lines for old customers. Vaccinated and guaranteed. Harvey C. Bolte, Silver City, Iowa, phone 484, Mlneola. p.12-4. For sale: Wool rug 9x12. Mrs. Jim Watson, ph. 2782. p.13-2. For nalo: Blrchwood baby bed. Harry Johnson, ph. 540, Hastings, p, 13-2. For salo: 32 ft. Sandwich* corn elevator and hoist In good condl tlon. Ed. F. Laughlln, Imogene. p.13-3. For sale: Girl's overcoat, size 16. Fred Hall Shoe .Shop, p.13-1. For sale: Four, head good Shorthorn stock cattle. Homer Petty, ph. 870. Silver City, p.13-1 For aale: '38 Nash good shape. 12 gauge double-barrel shot gun, used one season. Edith Powell, phone 394V. p.13-2. For sale: No. 25 John Deere two-row mounted corn" picker. John W. Mass, ph. S23, Silver City. p.13-2. APPLES — Save Now! Our orchards are exceptionally well cared for. This means apples of higher quality with more Juice and higher sugar content. Careful handling and honest packing makes for longer keeping and more value per bushel of Evans apples. Priced $1.00 to $3.25 per bushel. All Evans apples, even our cheapest, are good sound fruit, free from rots, knots, worms, and sunburn. Twelve varieties to choose from and ten grades. Write for details, price list, ripening dates and directions how to get to sales points. EVANS ORCHARDS, Buckner, Missouri, and at Ice Plant, Liberty. Missouri. 13-1. For sale: AOM oil heater with fuel saver. Used 30 days. A good one. Price $65. Mrs. Clyde Gravett, Emerson. p.13-1. • MIL iSTATE • MALVERN KEAJL. ESTATE FOB SALE: I now have to offer: the McFall farm of 100 acres located five miles northwest of Malvern. This Is a well-Improved place and Is close to the graveled road. And will be sold worth the money If sold soon. I have an eighty- acre place with small improvements four miles southwest of Malvern. Also an eighty with small Improvements southeast of Malvern. And a very fine 21- acres right close to Malvern with good Improvements, and a well- improved six acres close to Malvern. Still have a couple of houses In Malvern and some nice vacant lots. The demand is very good now and If you want to buy or sell, see me at once. Andy J. Derkhlmer. 12-2. • W-AHTEI • Wanted: Spray gun painting. Free estimates. Porter Alley, Shenandoah. Ph. 1029J. p.7*6. Wanted to list 80-, 12O-, 10O-, 240- and up to section farms located on all weather roads with good to fair improvements and near school or In consolidated districts on school bus and mall routes past the residence and on phone lines. Must be good land, not over one-half rough and not over |150 to $200 per acre. My commission Is $2.00 per acre. O. E. Schoonover, broker, Red Oak, Iowa. 12-3. HALKHM.AN WITH CAB wanted by well known oil company. Steady income for man over 35. Write Sates Mgr, 581 Standard Bldg.. Cleveland 13. Ohio. p.-13.1 • MISCELLANEOUS • Bring your BATTERIES hero for charting: All (-volt batteries 60c, all 2-volt batteries 25c. O»m- ble Store. Malrern. 86tf. Ladle*: You'll have comfort, beautiful figure lines, more energy and endurance If you have a Spencer Support designed especially for you. Call or see Mrs. Myrtle Rockafellow, ph. 6741 or 3671. lltf. Professional roofer for all typea of roofs. Ph. 201, W. E. Shenefleld, Silver City. p.11-4. Will stay with children under two years old, evenings and Saturdays. Lois Alexander, phone 2622, Malvern. ' 12-8. For rent: A large Bleeping room with two beds. Prefer men. Phone 5.772. 12-2. Will do wet wash by the bushel basket. Mrs. Joe Francis, ph. 6171, Malvern. 12-2. Opportunity for good earning" by acting as sales representative for old esabllshed Southwestern Iowa monument concern. Technical, knowledge not required but must be acquainted in your community and be willing to contact prospects. Can be handled by man or woman on full or part time basts. Glenwood Granite Works, Glenwood, la. 13-2. Anyone interested in taking care of a two-year old boy in the daytime call 3661. 13-1. -,,,__ , Card of Thank. We desire to express our heartfelt thanks to the relatives and friends who were so kind and good to us during the sickness a sri.r.r^rs floral tributes and to all those who assisted In the funeral arrangements and services Mrs Bert Braden Mr. 'and Mrs. Glair Braden p 13.1 and vpima M»P t TI. t r i naniu We wish to express our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors who were so kind to us during the Illness and death of our wife and mother. Nathau Moore and family. ' Card of Th.nU. u * *"««** We want to express our sincere thanks to the Malvern fire de- imrtmi-nt sud to uelKhbors and frieudti who came to help duriug uur tiro Tuesday. Mr. auu Mrs. Glen i'uvehousu, Mrs. W. H. Shafer Hostess to Kast Liberty W. 8. C. S. Mrs. W. H. Shafer, formerly of this vicinity, was hostess to the East Liberty W. S. C. S. at her home southeast of Henderson on last Wednesday. Drivers were Mrs. Thelma Benedict, Miss Josie E. Kerney, Mrs. Antoinette Lewis and Mrs. Elizabeth Henderson. Others going Included Meadames Laughlin, Bernlce Darnold, Wataon, Laura Kerney, Ora ', Lydia Sell, Grace Du Val, Beatrice Nagel and Ethel Messenger. Besides much quilting and visiting, the spiritual life secretary was assisted in presenting the third chapter of study book, "To Whom Much is Given." Plans were formulated for a covered dish supper to be held at the church Friday evening of this week, p~i>t. 26. The regular October meeting of the W. S. C. S. is to bs '• old la the church Oct. 1. Guest:; from the Shafer neighborhood were Mrs. Kellburg and Mrs. Lemouds. The hostess served fruit salad, cake, ice cream and coffee. Card of Thanks I wish to htank all my friends for the cards, letters and flowers sent to me during my illness and stay in the hospital; also for the shingling of the store roof and for the many acts of kindness to Mrs. Haroff and the children. We appreciate this and pray that God will bless all of you, Benj R. Haroff and family. cards Card of Thank. , J| was in the hospital and want to „„„„„ my thankg to an . lg . t> Albm Men8C hel. <=»" « We take this opportunity to thanlt the ' rlend » and neighbors for the kindness extended to us during our bereavement. Mrs. f. A. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dickersbach Mr. and Mrs. Charles BaUain. Mr, &ud Mrs. Alfred Scott, Curl Scott, Mrs. Irene Williams uud Sharon of near Hastings were ruct>ut dluaer guetts la the Kcuuttu Suott home. T. B, SHONKA, M, D, <Mk» 8 : Of, itti. *«*. IWunlan by «tt H»)«Uv«« w«r» «ft th» H«ttd«iiao u««r M l>cotbws a»« four ttslarii *U Uvt»t, li« eU«*i ttMMI »«»t* wt M* MM! la« *»U»f*»A GET LICENSES IEFORI OCT. I, $AY$ KAHL The estimated 14 per cent of Iowa drivers now operating motor vehicles cm the highway* without proper driver's licenses are urged to secure or renew their licenses prior to Oct. 1 by Alfred W. Kahl, commissioner of public safety. "Failure to do so," Kahl said, "will subject such, uuu-llctmseil drivers to severe penalties and require them to post Immediately evidence ol oniueUl responsibility before licenses c«u be Itsuad. to thw» alter t&» Oct. 1 <Uftii- Uae," K»Ul uoiuls out taM M tn« •4 4tiv«J vto tv>»Ue« IB* Ml Mi- w«' Ucvuw b«iwr« tsAt 4»U Aft* «tv*»4 U wilt fee »ttWa»i tu«u»*. MALVERN SALES CO Malvern, Iowa Saturday, Sept. 27 1;30 p. m. MILK COWS Will have several good milk cows this week, no outstanding cows. Few dairy heifers said springers. Bring in what cows you have. All are bringing good prices. STOCK AND FEEDERS 75 to 180 head of Stock and Feeder cattle this week. These will all be good doing cattle of various breeds. Around 80 head of mixed steers and heifers, wt. 500 to 850 Ibs. Other cattle in large bunches. Usual run of breeding bulls. STOCK HOGS Don't expect many Feeder Pig* this Saturday. Always % few show up. All bringing good prices. Bring in what you have to sell. Piggy sows and male hogs. FAT HOGS F*t hogs bought every day on a daily market. Top prices, no commission. Bring them in or call u* to come and look. MISCELLANEOUS One extra good oil cook stove, Always a good run ot miscellaneous household goods. articles and CONSIGN YOUR UVESTOCK TO THIS BARN »8ALE EVERY '«ATUR>A

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