The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on October 9, 1947 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, October 9, 1947
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fAGE FOUR THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN. IOWA, OCTO8ER 9, \941 ( Local News &*** Phone 5551 ) Mr. and Mr«. Raymond Kuehn- fft and Mane of Ogdf n •vtr^ Sonday dinner guests In the W. D. Mover home. Th»y were rnroute 1o Braver, Okla., to whr-rf they are moving. Mrs. J. B. Lutz spent the -week end with her nieces in Hamburg and N'orthboro. Mrs. Lottie N>lson fip^nt Pun- day in rviunril Bluffs visiting her son. Floy I'erdu", Find his family. Mrs. Anna Tunlfon of Council Bluffs visit »d friends h'T" Friday and attended Royal Neighbor lodge. M "• Tid Mrs. Glen I'eveboii". spent tii.- week end in .Missouri visiting their daughter Jean at Northeastern Missouri State Te.vfiers college. Rodney Goy, five year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Rlchnrd Goy, '.vns taken in Merry hoFpital in Council Bluffs Tuesday ••vi'nin:.' and on Wednesday underwent ari aiiju-tidfi •tinny. He will be aid'; to return home early next week. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Walker left Sunday for a \i±H with Mrs. Walker's parents In Carbondale. Ill Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ellison visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. (.'has. Keeran. at Braddyville Sunday. Mrs. Gordon Overstrect and little Olnnitti Kay Anderson sp-'-nt the week end In Phenan- doah visiting Mrs. Ovrrftreefi parents, Mr. and Mrs, Howard Alexander. Mr. rind Mrs. .T. N. Summers and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Biittrnann were Sunday eue^ts of Mr. and Mr? Byron Raldt in Sli'Tiandoah. Mr?. Edith Barku* tieenn work Monday a» office assistant for I>r. James It. Berkwlth. Mrs. Barkus returned FrMay from a visit of several weeks with Mrs. Ova Deardorff Armstrong at I.ady- srijith, \V|J. Mrs. ('. (". Harinan returned home latt Thursday from (Jris- wnld where she had spent the past week in th«- home of lier Fan, Ilaljih Ilarma!!. and family. Mr. arid Mrs. (Jk-n T)alryinplf had a-i th'-ir IMI"=I= over the we< k did. Mr--. Itrtlrymple's broth'-r and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Aves. arid family of Melbourne. Mrs. Betty Eacrett Gates returned fo her home In Long: Bearh. Cal.. Monday after a visit with relatives near here. She was in Malvern Saturday greeting her many friends. It was her first trip bark in seven yearn. She arrived in Omaha Friday by plane from Norfolk. Vs.. where she had vls- itrd her pon-ln-law and daughter, Chief Warrant Officer and Mr?. Donald Jackson, and their Infant son. Sh" was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steele In Strahan. Delrnar Esterrjulst arrived Saturday from Denver for a visit with his mother. Mrs. C. A. Es- tr-rriuist, and to help her celebrate her S4th birthday which occurred Monday. Mrs. W. A. Bennett is spend- inc this week in Hnlyoke. Colo., visiffne relatives, having gone out hy train Friday. Lonzo Bennett left last Wednesday for San Dieiro, Cal., where he enlisted in the navy for three Mr. arid Mrs. Lawrence Jones. Carol and Larry spent from Thursday until .Monday In IK-s Monies visiting their daughter Lois, who i" attending beauty scln.ol. and Mr. and Mrs. Charll" THE REXAIL ORIGINAL tc SALE NEXT WEEK Oct. 15, 16, 17, 18 The Fall's Outstanding Bargain Event COLLINS DRUG GO, !•:. \V. Knight I'll. ;{!ll 1 Malvmi Empress Theatre Phone 5521 Malvem THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, Oct 9-10-11 FRAMED with Glen Ford and Jams Carter. Also a comedy. SUNDAY, MONDAY, Oct 12-13 WILD HARVEST with Dorothy Lamour, Alan Ladd and Lloyd Nolan. News and a Comedy. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, Oct 14-15 THE LATE GEORGE APLEY with Ronald Colman and Peggy Cummins. Also starting a New Serial — KING OF THE FOREST RANGERS COMING — THURS., FRI., SAT., Oct 16-17-18 PURSUED with Robert Mitchum and Teresa Wright Jack Perkins S -,c left. Monday to return to San Diego, f'al., where IIP lias h'-en receiving his navy training. From there he will be sent within two weeks to San Francisco where he will attend an electronic school for 44 weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. K Handerson left Monday for dull Lake. Minn , where they will spend J<> days at their cabin. Ira Hutrhings was in town Friday vislfirii.' friends. He resides in Kiverton with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cupp. .Mr«. Myrtle Cunningham returned to her home In Omaha Tuesday after a week end visit \n the Caul Sectrer home. K. W. Burdi' 1 and F. J. Twert attended the state Hankers convention in De.j Mnines Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Long and two children of Mllo and Mrs. Ben Long of Winterset drove clown Sunday for a visit with Rev. and Mrs. Nobel II. Blackmail, Mrs Kenneth Allenswortli entered Mercy hospital last Thursday for a totisilecioniy. She returned home Friday and is convalescing at home. Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Kline returned .Saturday from a three weeks trip through the Black Hills to Yellowstone park and back to their son Randall's at S. 1). Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Haldeman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haldeman and daughter Thayne of Red Oak were KWI..MH in the L. J. Halde- mnn home Sunday. Dennis Bovey, two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bovey of San Fernando. Cal., was struck by a car in front of his home on Sept. 27. After being rushed to a hospital it was found he was not hurt serious, except for painful bruises about the head and body. He la the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Summers of Malvern. Mrs Stephen Matheny and two children of Council Bluffs visited Wednesday with her husband, Stephen Matheny, of our school and with the W. D. Moyer family. W. R. Byington with some Glenwood friends, attended the Iowa-Illinois football game at Iowa City Saturday. Kathryn Dalrymple who has been at the Edmundson hospital in Council Bluffs for treatment of malta fever, returned to her home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Vestal and sou Franklin of Grant visited his sister, Mrs. C. W. Salyers, Sunday. Mrs. Clifford Robnins entered Edmundson hospital in Council Bluffs for a iwedks observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McKean of Syracuse, Neh.. Mr. and Mr». G*o. Leahv and children fo Tecnmseh. Xeb.,"and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wyatt and two children of Sidney were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr». Fred Harshbarger. Kenneth Jnelke. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Juelke of Horton. Kan., was in town Wednesday calling on Malvern friend*. He was enrc.ute from San Antonio. Tex., to Hamilton Field. Cal.. where he will receive an assignment for duty in the army air corps. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cappel visited in Atlantic Sunday at the Ivan Carjpel ri r >me. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Strain of Flnsburr. Cal.. visited this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nel«r>n Mrs. Strain i? a sister of Mr. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bovill of Wahoo. N"b . were week end cuests of h'-r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noah .«'.tzciill. Dr. and Mr*. F. E. Wilson left Wednesday tiy < ar for a two weeks vacation trip ---ast. They will visit In Madison. Wis.. Chicago and Detroit. Mrs. U. W. Silvers and Jimmi- 1 went to City. Mo.. Wednesday where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Morris. They spent Sunday at Lexington, Mo., with Robert who attends Wentworth Military academy. They were joined there Sunday by R. W. and they returned home Monday. Mr. and Mr? Richard Hyde and Bill were gii'-sts Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. spencer Johnson in Hamburg. Mrs. Adel Saalfield and Ruth returned to Malvern Wednesday from Lincoln. Neb., where they were employed in the children's home this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kunce arrived Sunday from their home iii Huntingt'iu Park, Cal., and spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs S. J. Aml'THon. They went to Villisca Wednesday to remain over the week end with relatives and attend the golden wedding anniversary of an aunt and uncle. They will return next week to continue their visit with Malvern friends. Dr. and Mrs. T. W. (ildli-y, Miss C.retchen Oidley and Dr. ami Mrs. J. W. Baur attended tin; Southwest Iowa Veterinary Medical association'* meeting at the Livestock Kxchange building in Omaha Tuesday. A ladies' luncheon win included in thu dav's schedule. Attend Sunday School Rally Day Oct. 12 A cordial invitation is extended to all not attending Sunday school elsewhere to attend Sunday for our special Rally Day service and program. Please be there at 10 a. m. promptly. Malvern Methodist Sunday School Baton C. Tennant, Superintendent >'>-. and Mr? G F. Coons of Council Blufl? were Ruest? of Mr. »nd Mrs. E. H. Coons Sunday. Mre. Frances Kline of Osborne. Kan.. was greeting Malvern friends Wednesday. She has purcha?fd property in Osborne and will make her home there. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. BogKess of Red Oak were Sunday dinner uuests of Mrs. Helen Nagle and C'harle«. Other suests wpre Eldon nickley. Richard Cardwell and Miss Fnnnln Clark who helped Charles celebrate his 16th birthday. Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Hlett arrived in Omaha Tuesday frotn Han Francisco. Cal., and lire with Mrs, Hirtt's sister, Miss Frances Mulholland. They will vipit Malvern frlpndft before returning to thf count. * Anthony Briley left Saturday and uncle, for Oakland. Cal.. called there by Walker. the death of his sister, Mrs. Fred Borchers. Mrs. Borchers will be remembered In Malvern and vicinity as Esther Briley. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pierce of Hollydale, Cal.. came Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Pierce'B aunt Mrs. Glen Seley, Mrs. Rosella Driver and Janelle, Mrs. Efford Johnson and Mrs. Leslie ChrlstPii- son and daughter of Council Bluffs were dinner guests Tuesday in the Lowell Fanning home. ttargaln* in tho Want Atl«> OAKS NEWS Phone 4611 • FRIDAY and SATURDAY PUREX (it. bottlr SWIFTNING 3 »> TOILET TISSUE O rolls for CATSUP 14 oz. bat. COOKIES 1 Ib. Cellophane bur MUSTARD <|UtU-t HEINZ TOMATO SOUP 9 for ANOTHER FREE MOTHER'S BEST POST CORN TOISTIES Nancy Jane and Velda Grace Wallace had their tonsils removed Monday at the Red Oak hospital. Mrs. Dean King had a major operation Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Bowen visited Mr. and Mrs. Ix>uls Far- rlngton ami new son Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. .Marvin Bowen and daughter visited Mr. and Mra. Elbert Winchester and family Sunday. Mrs. Thurman Bowen was an honored guest at a pink and blue shower last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Elbert Winchester. There were 42 guests present. She received many nice gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hicks and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeBolt at Corning Sunday. Mrs. Lester Marsden was hostess to the O. H. B. club last Thursday. Ten members and two visitors were present. Quests were Mrs. Paul Woods and Mrs. Earl Marsden. Next meeting will be at Mrs. Dean King's home. Mrs. Dora Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Volney Warren and daughters were last "Wednesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Woods and sons. Mr. and Mrs. George Jones and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Jenkins in Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Norrls Trlplett and Cheryl L.ynn, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hruinrueier and Twlla and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ekornsetter and Sandra Kay were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schilling. Twila Brammeler spent Saturday night with the Ambrose girls. Win Castor's brother of Denver, Colo., came Saturday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs, Castor. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Marsden and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Mullott and family and Mr. and Mra. Vernon Baker and family were supper guests Saturday of Mr. and Mra. Earl Marsden. It was their 13th wedding fn&iver- aary. The community had a miscellaneous shower (or Mr. and Mre. Donald Terry 1 at the acbool houte Friday evening. A large crowd attended and Mr. and Mrs. Terry received many nice gift*. Mr. and MM, Qnjr Otborn and Darlene vlilted Mr. and Mr». HI- bert Winchester laat Thurvday nlgnt. Mr. and Mr*. UyllM LewU and baby of tiheoandoah aad Mr. and Mri. bunt L»wU and children of Oakland w«re Wednesday »unper Bue«u of Mr. and Mra. Ouy Oe- born and Utrlene. Mr aud Mr*. Ouy Oibora aad ItarUuv. liettU fort and llale o»bora *i leaded a IBOW In Red ()ak «uu4ay Bight, ti»m« Pert aad 0»l« Q*tor« were week ead gue«u »t Mr. and Mre Uy> Qatar* Md Mr. and Mrs. John HuffliiRton of Crawford, \cb., arrived Tuesday for a visit with Dwisht Iluf- flncton and other relatives In Mills county. They will make nti eastern trip when they leave lirre. Mrs. Gerald Wllcox entered the Kdmundson hospital in Council Bluffs Monday evening and on Tu< sday submitted to an operation remnvlnp; a <•>•«( from hehlnil the ear. She will he hospltalizi-d over the week end. Mrs. A. R. Herrlck, who has bt'fii ill for the past two weeks, is N-pnru-d improving at this tlmo. Kthel llorrlck of Detroit, Mieh., is assist Ini; with her rare and with the care of her father who has been bedfast for more than a year. Mrs. O. A. Strahan of Long Heuch, Cal., arrived in Omaha Monday for a visit with relatives and friends In Iowa. She has gone to the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Wright, at Alexander but will be In Malvern for a visit soon. Mrs. J. F. Wearin jr. and daughter Mary left today for Chicago where they will visit Mrs. Wearin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop Coolidge. Jane Wearin Is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wearin, while they are away. A Young Double-Take For Classes and Cokes WcCo// '6980. Hove it this^woy, hove it that, but at any rate have this for a fine approach to football games and movie dates. Make yours pocketed in a monotone and , yctor own bright scarf. Or have it in a showoff jpUdd to belt in wide leather. BRADLEY'S 5* to Malrern, Iowa NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Lace Panels in Widths and Lengths that will Solve your Glass Curtain Problems! For the WELL DRESSED WINDOW Buy Lace • Widths from 40 in. to 60 in. wide. • Lengths from 81 in. to 91 in. long. • Fine Sheer Shadow Weaves. • Heavy Open Weaves. • Floral Design. • Conventional Patterns. • Choice of Six Qualities. • Select from 24 Designs. PRICED FROM 69 50 „ 4 PER PANEL D. G. Jamison & Co.

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