The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on November 6, 1947 · Page 9
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THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, NOVEMBER 6, 1947 PAGE SEVEN EMERSON Re*. C. H. Boos' Father Died at West Bend Jacob T. Boos, son of Jacob and Louisa Boos, was born In Fondnlac, Wla., Feb. 10. 1867 and passed from this life Saturday at his home In West Bend, aged SO years, eight months and 22 days. As a young man he came to Grand Junction and was married to Miss Clara Harned Nov. 16, 1887. To this union was born two children, Edgar who passed away Oct. 31, 1898 and Clare of Emerson, a Methodist minister. Mrs. T. E. SHONKA, M. D. Physician and Snrgeon Office 8 doors south of Empress Theater Phones: Off. 4331, Res. 4343 Boos passed away Aug. S, 1S92. He later married Miss Sadie Young, Oct. 4, 1893. To this onion was born two sons. Byron who passed away Jane 23, 1923 and Myron, a business man of West Bend. Mrs. Sadie Boos passed away in 1918. In 1922 Mr. Boos wag united in marriage to Mrs. Rose Hunter who passed away in 1932. Surviving Mr. Boos are his two sons, Clare and Myron, four sisters, Mrs. Maggie Hoefle, Freeport, 111., Mrs. Lucy Hoefle, ffrand Junction, Mrs. Elmer Bauer. Perry and Mrs. Alice Tallman, Grand Junction; three grandchildren, Clarence Boos, Hastings, Loraine and Byrotl Boos, West Bend; besides numerous nieces and nephews and many friends. Mr. Boos was engaged In the wholesale egg and poultry business all of his life. For many years he was a member of the Baptist church at Rolfe, later moving his membership to the Methodist church at West Bendn where he had his membership at the time of his death. He retired from work nearly eight years ago. He was ill most of the time and was cared for by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweeney of West Bend. Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church tn West Bend Tuesday with RPV. D. I). Samuelson of the Methodist church and Rev. John Lewis of the Presbyterian church In charge. The sermon was preached by Rev. Mr. Burgess of Algona, superintendent of the Algona district of the Methodist church. Burial was in the Clinton cemetery at Rolfe. Emerson Methodist Church RTT. Clare H. linos, Minister Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship service at 11:16. The pastor appreciates very deeply the kindness and help given Mrs. Boos and I through the sickness and death of my father. Your prayers and expressions of sympathy were a great help In this time of sorrow. The Sunday night meeting will be held Nov. 9 at 7:30 p. m. The pastor will hare charge of the devotions and there will be refreshments served at the close of the evening. All members and friends are asked to attend. Our American women are Ihe most beautiful in the world. You, an American woman, can •hare th!» marvelous gift I At The EexaU Drug Store all this week «he Cora Nome Specialist will give 45-mlnut« consultations . . . (ust ten • day ... to wive Individual problems. Tliese consultations are not hurry-up demonstrations. They are private - and by appointment only ... so hurry I YouTJ learn the true benefits of a restful Cam Nome facial... a glorifying makeup ... and a skin analysis that will faithfully outline your daily complexion needs. No obligation, naturally. Just another service that makes the Rexall Drug Store the best plate in town to shop I Appointment hours ... 9 to 4:45 . . . Telephone nowl |M| NEXT WEEK- NOV. 10-14 MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY Collins Drug Co. Phone SOU Mrs. Harold Sowers gave a pink and blue shower Monday night honoring Mrs. Robert Ru- dln. Mrs. V. R. Johnson and Miss Jean Douglas entertained the Junior department of the Methodist Sunday school at a Hallow- e'en party. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Rice have returned to their home here after a visit of a few months In the home of their daughter, Mrs. Dallas Hatfield, in Omaha. They had rented their homu here to people employed at the compressor station. Week end guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Greenwood and family wero Mr. and Mrs. Leo McLaughlln of Watertown, Wis. They wero neighbors when the Greenwoods lived in Watertown, Mrs. M. G. Klnportn has returned from a visit with Mr. Kinports' mother, Mrs. Sally Kinports, at Mitchell, S. D., and a cousin, Mrs. C. A. Gllssendorn. Lynn Briggs of Omaha was a guest here Sunday in the home of his mother, Mrs. Ida Briggs. A number from here attended the funeral service for Mr. Boos held last Tuesday at West Bend. He is the father of Rev. C. H. Boos. Mra. Martha. Qarrett ot Swan left Monday for a visit in the home of her son, Aubrey Garrett, near Glenwood after a visit here since Friday night In the homes of Mrs. Estella Sawyers and Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Sawyers and Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Sawyers. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Barns went to Laurel, Neb., last Tuesday to attend the funeral for Will Price. Mr. and Mrs. \Vendol Berry of l^ed Oak moved the past week into rooms in the Harry Potter home. Mr. Berry is employed at the Cole and Lakln store. Billy Shook has given up his work in the J. C. Penney Co. and accepted work in the Fifield Furniture store. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cramer left last Wednesday for Excelsior Springs, Mo. The junior play was very well given and enjoyed by good crowds both Bights. Our Supply of — SEED OATS is limited. Certified Clinton and Colo. Colo is known at Ames by No. Ci3972. Hancock — Morata — Bond. We were able to Ret a limited amount of these Colo Oats. After Oct. 25th the price will advance 25c. ORDER YOUR FERTILIZER for spring seeding NOWI We'll have the first car load in December. Best Prices For Your Grain Good Grain Co. Z*ndtr», Mgr. KUlv«rn There were 17 la.-Iies whr. attended the Republican rnpptinir last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Panl Jones. Howard Morrison spent last week end with his daughter N'ancr at Kimball. S. D. Members of the Amerlran Le- pion met last Wednesday evening and elected John Bnrns rom- mander and Harold Mitchell adjutant. Mrs. Amanda Bell of Illinois has been visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith and other relatives. Other puests in the Smith home Monday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harville and Vernon McElhinpy of Red Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Godfrey of Henderson. Marion and Donald Smith of Macedonia and Mrs. W. D. Smith of Carson. Mrs. Harold Sowers entertained the Hastings teachers and their wives and husbands here nt her home last Tuesday evening. Mrs. O. C. Irwln of Iowa City- came last Tuesday for a visit in the home of her daughter, Mrs, Max Whlsler, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Emerson Davis of Omaha are the parents of a daughter, Susan Daleene, born Oct. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Golden Davis and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Anna Clauson at Red Oak. Mrs. M. B. OBhell and Miss Lilly Carson of Creston came Sunday night for a visit in the home of Mrs. OBhell's daughter, Mrs. George Jones. Miss Carson is an aunt. Mrs. Frank Evans of Springfield, III., Is visiting In the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Ru- dln. E. E. Wiley of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Griffin were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Bertha Kellenharger. Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Schick of near Malvcrn were dinner guests Saturday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schick. Mr. and Mrs. Harold C\ilver and sons of Red Oak spent Sunday here In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Potter and family plan to move to Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stephens of Lorlmor and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stephens of Henderson wero Sunday guests in the homo of Mrs. Ella Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. John Barns have moved into the basement of their new home which is being built. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gilleland of Huntington Park, Cal., are the parents of a son, James Allen, born Oct. 24. Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H4cks attended the milkmen's association banquet at the Regis hotel in Omaha Tuesday night. Attending the district meeting of the W. S. C. S. held in Red Oak Tuesday -were Rev. C. H. Boos, MesJames Claude Barns, V. R.' Johnson, Chas. Carson, A. F. Smith, E. E. Cole, Margaret Grayson, Nettie White, Nels Larson, M. D. Lang and Earle Crawford. Mrs. Anna McClaln came Monday from Eugene, Ore., to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schick and others here. Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Blank and family attended a family reunion at Coin Sunday. Fay Roberson and friend, Mlsa Mary Jane Leonker, of Carson were supper guests Sunday of Mrs. Mattie Roberson in the home of Mrs. Joanna McGrew. The Past Matrons club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. K. A. Evans. Co-hostesses were Megdames Ed Farrls, L, H. Vardaman. L. V. Hicks. J. L. Evans and Mlsa Leona DIxon. Mrs. J. L. Evans took M. L. Brans and Mrs. Edith McArthur to Excelsior Springs, Mo., this week. Mrs. Lenora Jefferies came Saturday from her home in Missouri to spend the winter here In the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ed Farrls. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Carlson jr. spent the week end with the latter's parents at Moorehead. The following group of ladies from Red Oak are entertaining Mrs. Bob Evans and Mrs. Russell Evans at the Athletic club In Omaha Friday: Mesdames Bruce Bruff, John Crofts, Lyman Turner and Malcolm Lomas. Mrs. Ed Farrls spent-the week end in Omaha helping her daughter, Mrs. John Hall, celebrate her birthday anniversary. Mrs. Bob Evans and Mrs. Russell Evans entertained at a 1 o'clock luncheon Tuesday honoring Mrs. Frank Evana of Springfield, 111. Mrs. L. C. Blank taught iu Hastings Tuesday for Clarence Boos who went to West Bend to attend the funeral of his grandfather, J. T. Boos. The public Is invited to tho eym Wednesday, Nov. 12, at If a. m. to attend the proeram put on by a vrntriloqnist. Mrs. Ed Fftrris entertained hor fifth and sixth prade pupil? at a Hallowe'en party Friday afternoon In the Eym. Miss Grace Dixon nnd hf>r third and fourth grades had their party in tht>ir room. • MT. VERNON • family Ralph \V<Ml"rr|tii«t was homo CHAMPION HILL Mrs. Flora Kochersperper received word of the recent death of Miss Ruth Adolphson's mother. Miss Adolphson helped in Bible school here one week last summer. She has returned to her work In Chicago now. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cooper and family were dinner guests Sunday of Florence and Wilma Cooper in Emerson. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shelley and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shelley in Emerson. E. E. Wiley, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bulllngton and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Griffin were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Bertha Kellenbarger In Emerson. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Glassinger and Miss Marllee Williams were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thomas and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Berryhl)l and David of Lincoln visited Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Berryhlll. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cooper and family visited last Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Richard McQueen and family In Griswold. Mrs. F. G. Kocheraperger returned home last week end from Dubuque where she had been visiting In the Lewis Conrad home. Original Notice In the District Court of Iowa, In nnd fur Mills County R. V. Bryan, Plaintiff, vs. Joe E. May; Gladys May; Alfred D. May; Ethel May; Hallic R. May; Fred D. May; Elsie Schooler; Charles Schooler; Purl Moore; Patricia Moore; Monty Moore; Alva Moore; any and all unknown heirs of Robert I. May, Deceased ;any and all unknown heirs of Sadie Moore, Deceased; and any and all unknown claimants to the following described real estate, to-wlt: The East Half of tho Southeast Quarter (E'/i SEU) of Section 13, Township 73 North, Range 44, in Mills County, Iowa, Defendants. t atfrira a& fat _M . Mis-* Pr-fey C'Htf* \\-\\n t'-ai-hcs Mt. Vernon school, was called tn California by th? death of hor aunt laef wc>r>k. Shr> h.T5 returned and resumed tfarhln.c \Vfdnn?- day. Mrs. John Mott has tift-n a rnpnhle sistiMHmn (lurine Mi<a elites' absrnco. Little Lavina Alberts rftiirtvii homo Sunday from thf> Mm y hospital. Shr- has had sovfral visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Alberts and Edward, Mrs. W. A. Ilower. Mrs. I^wta riass and Mr?. Austin Flass. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goy, Lanny and Rudney, Mrs. Ida Alberts, Marjorie and Feme. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Snyder and family were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dell and GLASSES COMPLETE Kfr* Kxnmlncd, Cilnw< Fitted (iltiifr* Mndo and Rrpalwd In our own Shop I>H. L. H. PRTKRAK.V Optometrist Hod Onk, lown Stirrossor to Clyde n. Curtis, 0.D. i First Door North of Fnunresi Got Your Pocketkmfe Handy And one of thn season's finest apples in your hand. Not an unusual situation this time of the year. If you like apples of course you'll take care and throw nothing away but the core, the stem and the blossom end. Use care too when you sell your grain ... be sure good weights and grades prevent waste of profits. Your satisfaction means our success. Bates - Collen Elevators PhonoH 5031 nnd 4551 Kny Oolleii, Mnlvcrn swaanffi'iHffflraKgiaaa^^ Klrvntors nt Mnlvorn, Strnlmn, rinrk and Hlilncy ORIGINAL NOTICE TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: You are hereby notified that a petition of the above named plaintiff In the above entitled action is now on file In the office of the Clerk of the above named Court, and which petition prays that the Court establish and quiet in the plaintiff the title to the property described in the caption hereof, and asks a decree of court decreeing that the defendants above named be barred and forever estopped from ever having, asserting or claiming any right, title or interest in or to said premises, or any part thereof adverse to the plaintiff or the plaintiff's title therein, and that plaintiff's title to said above described premises be quieted, established and confirmed In him, and that the plaintiff have all such other and further equitable relief as to the Court may seem just. For a more particular statement and notice of plaintiff's cause of action, Bee petition now on file. You are also hereby notified to appear before said court at Glenwood in Mills County, Iowa, on or before the 28th day of November, 1947, and that unless you so appear, your default will be entered and judgment or decree will be rendered against you for the relief demanded In the petition. COOK & DRAKE, Attorneys for Plaintiff, 17-3. Glenwood, Iowa. 22ND ANNUAL FALL TURKEY SHOOT r/ 2 Miles North of Glenwood American Legion Club on Highway 275 10 a. m. Sharp TWO BIG DATES Sunday Nov. 9 and 23 * Finest Quality of Ducks, Geese Turkeys * Plenty of Shells on Grounds 1UNCH ON GROUNDS GAMES OF SKILL Sponsored by Harvey T. Rimel Post 141 Glenwood, Iowa w fu- und yov« deuts from the high school will gpouk over tho radio ututlou at t'roBton at t: 16 u. in, uu the lowu Tuberculosis luauclatlou rudio sm-uklim program. Btii'U ututUmt will huve u Ulfforuut toulv lu iv KUItl to lul)l<ITUlo*U. 'I'll 11 UUUkUO of (ho tttudvui* uud th«lr toutc* will UMlH'ttr in the next U»uu, Tliu rfUUu-y Ktrt* . »cHmmugwl xvlih lUw glrU turv lu U»k»lbtttl Monday vwulujt. Th« Kuwrnou ttlrU go la SI Juvy u*xt The i ho flr«i IM». Tfc* vl«*» (tut out ut thw r; MILK cows Flanagan, the Milk Cow Man, will hold a Sale of Milk Cow« and Heifers AT THE BUD WHITNEY SALES PAVILION, COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA t r l ) MONDAY NOVEMBER 10 Consist hit; of Jerseys, Guernseys JUid Cross-Iired K\vl.ss ami Jersey Thuso cows tiro all quiet milkers, Iwltt-r broke, T. II. mid Uantfs Te»texl, realty town you will llko. If you uro in need of a tluc criMUU cow or kpleudld imroo cow, you should uitiko an effort to attend tills naif, 32 HEAD OF 4, B AND 6 YEAH OLD OOWS (With Culviti ut »W*>). A number ot ulco lleifet t'ulves will bo wld W|uu-atu from mothers. 30 HEAD 2 TO 6 YEAR OLD OOWS Some lleuvy Kpriiitferk. Other* to frt«luut in lute fall uuil iwly winter. This Kroiip of ohould mtlly du you guoU tut Uiero ha* nover uceu u time uhou milking >'«ws |uruttt. 35 HEAD OP JERSEY AND 6UERNSEY BRED HEIFERS Hkiiue UOT U|i, wltl i aU tld» full; utlie*» lu lull uvU nurlutf, Tiu< lu'lfert. tire u linx.ly lot uiitl *uuuu! wtUi' uuiuivrrut tow* 'iliey <u« ftUo 'I'. It. ttuU |Uum» U*«ttHl uml will lu< »<.M I i» U auil 4 lu M lot. It would Uo wUt> lu lutvv *uuu> »( llu»*o iu tturk «t» fe<uttl tHuii) mltlo un- M.to v. H. E. FLANAGAN *\ U, |H|»f ut VUIW», !«,, MM! tUtvl VVlilUw*. 1 u(

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