The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on December 4, 1947 · Page 7
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THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, DECEMBER 4, 1947 *IMOGENE> PAGE SEVEN and Miss Genevieve Regan who Is employed In Red Oak at the Mnr- Mrs I°, n: "• and Mr " 8nd Mrs ' Gcor * e Adams Mr. guests were Mr. and Bussard, Mr. and Mrs sard and Gary Mr an ^ » •!«». tlU« i.i.ra. njijill Webb and Mrs. Alice Caddell, Shenandoah and Mr. and Mrs Don Peterson, Essex. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Moles entertained their son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Moles and sons, Miss Margie Moles of Indianola and his mother, Mrs. Moles of Thurman. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Harms' guests were Miss Helen Petersen and Lloyd Flemings of Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. John Oatis and Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Butcher and Margaret. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Addy and children went to Omaha where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs A. E. Addy. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ragland and -son of Council Bluffs were guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Sorenson. Mrs. Joe Saner and daughters, Angela, Evelyn and Esther, were guests of Mrs. Anna Skahlll. Miss Emabel Saner Joined the Vincent Saner family In Omaha. Among those going to Waukee to attend the funeral of Mrs. Chas. Flnchem were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Delehant whose names were omitted by mistake In last week's news. Mrs. Bernard Slater spent Thanksgiving in Lincoln, Neb., with her husband who Is a patient at the veterans hospital. Mrs. Steve Narke and two sons of Omaha spent Thanksgiving vacation here with her mother, Mrs. Fanny McGargill, and other relatives. Paul O'Connor was taken to the veterans hospital In Lincoln last week suffering with gastric ulcers. His aunt, Miss Nellie O'Connor, n. N., of Shenandonh Is staying in Lincoln to be near him. Mr. and Mrs. William Ditmars are the parents of a 10 pound boy. Dale Edward, born at Hand hospital Nov. 24. They now have three boys and five girls. Mrs. Ditmars and baby came home last Wednesday. The John Blunt construction gang who have been black topping highway 184 between Imogene and Randolph closed up for the season and returned to Ottumwa recently. Mr " and Mra - Louie and Donnie Weatherall of Omaha Spent Thank ^'ng with her ParentS> Mr ' and Mrs ' WJ » Kani - merer. „ ,. Both public and parochial scnools enjoyed Thanksgiving va- cations , A <3rlve for donatf °ns and food * he need - v People of Europe has been 8 P° nsored the past week and Nov - 23 and 30 in St. Pat- ric * s parlsl1 ' Oeor se Parker who underwent a maior operation last Wednes- day and was re P° r ted improving, took a chan £ e for the worse Saturday and the family was sum- J? ° ned / He is ln Mercy hospital, c °™ c » Bluffs. Monday evening, (Dec. 8, the ann « a l turkey raffle will be held at ,. St Patrfcks hal1 - December ^I Boclety ladfea wln serve w hg Ever y° ne *s invited. Mr8g Fra ncls Jones and four SS. lld L en . ot Skldmore . M °- spent **"»*•«**»? vacation with Mr. and , MrB> Eddle Clark „ a ° d * lr8 ' Wilfard Weath- era11 and cnlld ''en and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phipps and daugh- if, "' Farragut went to Omaha Sa , turda * to 8 P end Sunday with relatlveB T Kenn * th - son of Mr. and Mrs. if m ^ S Darrett - na8 received his discharge from the coast guard at El Tora, Gal., and arrived home last week. Jesse Sorenson who is section foreman at Stansbury, Mo., spent Sunday here with his family News of 4-H CLUBS R. W. SOWERS Back in the Trucking Business Ph. 27 Henderson Organize New Club In Glenwood nnd Center Townships Seven girls and their mothers met with Rose Mary Hopp in Glenwood Nov. 22 to organize a new 4-H club. Miss Lucille Stubbs, county extension home economist, assisted Mrs. Rudy Hopp, the club leader, with organization. After Miss Stubbs explained 4- H club work and 4-H activities the following officers^ were elected: Hose Mary Hopp, president; Janet Carter, vice president; Marleno Hoenfeldt, secretary- treasurer and June Louise Wise, historian-reporter. New members are Elolse Roenfeldt, Marlene Roonfeldt, Patricia Ann Bourn, Janet Carter, Jonene Wise, June Louise Wise and Hose Mary Hopp. The next meeting will be held at the homo of June Louise Wise, Dee. G. June Louise Wise, reporter. New Members Added to Jolly Junior Club Doris Kalil and Gloria Kirchoff added their names to the Jolly Junior enrollment list at the regular meeting- held Saturday at the home of Mrs. C. C. Plumer jr., with Betty Hoenfeld an hostess. Virginia Kahl, Betty Roenfeld, Mrs. Leick and. Mrs. hlumer gave reports. Flans were made for a Christinas party to be held at the home of Julian Deck Wednesday evening, Dec. 17. All girla are urged to bring their parents as guests. A gift exchange and grab-bag will be held for all of those attending. Julianne Decker, reporter. Y OUK patronage of the past has been appreciated more than word* can express. I am pleased to serve you uucl you will be pleased with my evrvlcc. FOB FARM SALES AUTO SALES LAND SALES FURNITURE SALES JEWELRY SALES CHURCH AUCTIONS BOX SOCIALS PHONE (Reverse call) F. E. "MIKE" BLOOMER Ph. 2»F22 Glenwood Center Feeders Met ttt Jackson Home The meeting of the Center Feeders 4-H club was held at the home of Bill and Edward Jackson Nov. 17. The meeting was called to order by the president, Koger Seeger. The discussion topic for the meeting was figuring out discussion topics for the following year. All of the members were present except two. There was a short program, then the meeting was adjourned. Refreshments were served later. Dill Jackson, reporter. \OH Members Join Silver riouJ Club The regular meeting of the Silver Cloud 4-H club was held at the home of Rosalie and Carolyn Alberts Nov. 10. The main feature of the evening was drawing names for Christmas. The following program committee was appointed to plan the club's program for next year: Darlene Scott, chairman; Pauline Morrical and Alice Conaway. Five new members joined the club: Colleen, LuElian and Judy Kline, Lois Ann Hunt and Carolyn Tritely. Vonda Bell, Colleen Kline and Alice Conaway were appointed to plan the entertainment for the next meeting which will he held at Darlene and Witla Dean Scott's on Dec. 8. At the close of the meeting truth or consequences was played. Refreshments were Served by the hostesses. Naomi Chamberlain, reporter. Cock-a-Doodlo-Do Club Met with Joyce Allcly The regular meeting of the Mills county Cock-a-Doodle-Do poultry club was held at the home of Joyce Allely Nov. 24-. Election of officers was held and the following were elected: Joyce Alley, president; Elva Chamberlain, vice president; Alice Conaway, secretary; Ann Fellows, treasurer; Gwen Assam, reporter Joyce Craig, historian. The following program committee was appointed to plan the club's program for next year: Elva Chamberlain, chairman, Alice Conaway and Naomi Chamberlain. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served by the hostess. Next meeting will be a Christmas party to be held at the home of the club leader, Ray Hilton, Dec. 29. Naomi Chamberlain, reporter. Maxine Smith, county extension home economist of West Pottawattamie county. At this time they told the duties nnrt social activities of the group. Virginia Kahl rend the constitution of the Iowa Rural Youth fcssombly. It was deridp.d to hold a white elephant grab bag and elect officers at the next moetinp which will be held Dec. 16. For the remainder of the evening the group enjoyed dancins and refreshments. Rural Youth Group Mot in Community Building The Mills colinty Rural Youth group held its second meeting Nov. 24 at the Community building in Malvern. Mixers were held before the business meeting to become better acquainted. Bryce Harrison, acting chairman, called the group to order and introduced the officers and Silver Creek (io-(iet(ers Met Nov. 14 The River Creek Go-Getters met at tht home of Ann Fellows, Nov. 14. Five members nnd the leaders were present. A talk by Frederick Vint on was postponed until next meeting because there were not enough members present due to bad roads. After the meeting we played panics until refreshments were servpd, Th noxt mrptinR will bo hold nt thp home of Hick Smith IVc. 12 nnd we will have a grab bag. Joyce Crnig, reporting. * SILVER"CITY • Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Junes entertained their son-in-la'w nnd | daughter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Ord, nnd Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stewart nnd \Vnvn at a duck dinner Mr. nnd Mrs. Hay Fonder have moved lo the home they purchased in the west part of town, known as the Mrs. Norwood property. ART FRITCHER General Auctioneering Phone 15 Henderson, town Efficiency of Lamp Electrical technicians report that the fluorescent lamp is 300 times more efficient as a light producer ,. VAUGHN HOOVER Din) 3451 Malvern EffiE FOR ALL Gifts G. K. Radlo-pho- table, model in walnut - - - 11,05 G, E. Waffle iron in shiny chromium with Mark plastic handles. Coffee-Makers — our big stock includes a full line of G. E. coffee makers, starting 14.95. Completely automatic coffee maker, a superb gift, $12.95. G.E. Irons, light weight, automatic control*. Make.it .easy for Mom this Christmas. Give her new electrical appliances she's been wanting for so long;. Our famous GENERAL ELECTRIC nppl/ances fnaure your getting the best possible quality at a reasonable price. And we have such a big variety that you're sure to find just what you want. Dad and the kids also will enjoy gifts from Powell's. Bring in your shopping list. For girls, hew records featuring best current orchestras and entertainers. For boys: see our Lionel electric trains. For Dad — a big line of electric farm and home aids. H'fan Beautiful plastic ease liouscs our famous <;. }•;. small radio . . . 1!!).U5 Vacuum Cleaners. <i. K., powerful sue. tion 51.05 & up LAMPS Table lamps, Hour lamps, pin-up lamps, novelty lamps, lie; to see our display. (icneral Electric dibit wusher ami garbage ili.sjKj.sal sink. G. E. Completely Automatic WASHERS See ttiis marvelous new work - saver. Every home could u stone. Electric Tree Holders Electric Decorations General Electric WASHERS Fa in on H double pump action. t'iin deliver your machine at once. Portable <•!<•< tile h c a ( i' r every IllHIM'lllllll needs ... H.ilTi Also .\ri/oli;t Smiboul and Healers at N.Ua (ieiieriil liealhiK I>ml with rontrols lo rcgu- lal<* amount of Meat .... .|.no Other* lo - (S.H5 CHRISTMAS LIGHTS G. E. Hot Plates Brand New LIONEL TRAINS Here's the gift that every boy wants! Famous Lionel (juality trains, featuring u^w remote controls, magm-tic knuckle couplers, accci.-KSo- rifs. Bring your boy in to si.-e the truiu.s v., : have. A varied liue at the price you waul to pay for a top ijuality train. ELECTRICAL FARM EQUIPMENT Here you'll lind many grand ideas for gifts to ideas.; the practical farmer and make his work lighter. lin sure to see our varied line. KIJOI'I'HKJ < 'LOCKS A varied line. You're suit) to find a suitable, gift. 1 J r i c e d from $4-'JO to $19.50. General Electric IRONERS Takes the hard work out of ironing. l>lSi > O.S.\l,S Guaranteed rustproof. An JUL-xpt-nsive ljul highly useful gift. Powell Electric Co. Phone 3621 •M&lven Duplex Telo-J phoue-., i-uu U.-icd up to 1UD feet - - - 13. ttith lioo ft. ofj u Ire. i

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