The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on December 11, 1947 · Page 9
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 9

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, December 11, 1947
Page 9
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Ix>» Miller Sunday Mondn.v „!,„ „„ corn. to is DOLLARS AND SENSE •D: Woman's club Enjoyed •Annual Christmas Party The Hastings Woman's club enjoyed their animal Christmas mity at the church Friday in a r,. '"f of Christmas decorations. <» die pot hick luncheon mem- ''Prs were seated at long tables with a pift la ,, Ic nnd Chl . lgt life nt one end. M:,,-,- Allely and Ethel 1'arker h.ul charge of the program whi.'h v.-ns the Christmas storv' in pa'c- ™m and song. They were i*si~t P'l by Susan Lambert. Dora'Mae Johnson. Mrs. Lambert, Donna I jOP Scot f Tnvpo \lInK. i-» i. »-, Ju\ i e A i io 1\, Rosalie and Ruth Anne Sawyers, Colette bp nu.,e and a chorus of club mem- xvhtV'l'V 101 '' bllsiness meeting give $25 r^u' J l WaS V0ted '° g've ?25 to the hot lunch program and a collection was taken for n^ y children T]]e towe]g by the blind women of exchange closed ^"afternoon, onei Knf 10 ^ 68 / 68 Were Achsa Looka- AiV; ™ I* Marsh ' Effie Boos, Alice Washburn and Lola Wearin. OVA DADDV •^^ Financing the purchase of Doll Houses is a lit- tie out of our line. We DO finance the purchase of Homes, and are ready to help you. Malvern Trust & Savings Bank Deposit Insurance Corp. Hastings Metliodlst Church Hev. Clare H. Boos, Minister Morning worship service at 10 Sunday school, 11 a . « eOPle8 meetlns Thurs p. ni. h iS c maS Pr ° gram an * 7 .,n be Sunday, Dec. 21, at < . ou p. m. It is time to see the pastor tlgy0 th r Advocate ""«rtp«»' is the church paper and we need several subscriptions To make our church club. .I'rhnary: Oich Coodnight has "">ved to Red oak. He u ; ,s in the hrst grade . . . w.ui,, Fan- Wil<i j.l'si-nt last Friday . . . \ Vo ,.,.,, .. I'valed two l>irthda\s in 0 ; U - ,-00-11 Monday. IVatricv I'.ushnell and .'<\T7i Crawford wci-e both .vpars old that day. n ot |i eiiH brought treats for the room '. In our reading tests given re- '•"ntlly Uoryl Reliear rated the , highest in second grade and , Karry Weak , highest in ,,,.„ grade. Third, Fourth, Hffii- Those having A in spelling | ns t week were Louise ReCJear. Gary Tav lor, Juanita Renson. Arnold Courtier^ Marie Crawford. Suzanne Hudson, Janice Palser. Rosalie Sawyers, Ruthanne Sawyers Edward Shook, Keith Axtell. Colette Grouse, Donald Hockabout, John Hossle, Beverly Granteer and Retha Plumb ... Our plans are complete for a Christmas program. We are having it Dec. 19 and will start practice the last of this week . . . Mary Lou Goodnight one of our fourth grade pupils' moved to Red Oak last week We are very sorrv fo ] O8e her but SILVER CITY PAGE NINE I- »»• .,. ,i ilt ,, ,„„,,,„„,_ ,.., , . The Masons and i;asl Mr. ;,n<l Mrs. Ii. r . ,;.,„ M , «".l .Mr.-. Uiissel Myers. Ml - all(i Mrs. ,\!f,v,I and M r . „,,,, Ml - niir '"-<' Srhoening altemle,! a tv,..,,,ion honoring Mr*. no ,. tor Harris, recently elected associate Krand conductor of the <) y s '" Touncil Bluffs Tuesday ore- nine. 'he committe,.. Mesdam.-s Merle Sanders, Shirlev lfn),.i,-t , Flossie Robertson. "' Ul "'"*- h"ld a di'diratioii sorvir, ,,, ,,,,,,, lodi;,. hall last Tluirsdav rvr Mrs - Max Quimby O 7 Seattle is visiting Mr. and ' anT S! ^^ ° Ver the *« and will be joined by her band for Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Sell were dinner guests of Mr . and Gustin Sunday p i Santa Says Sixth, Seventh, Eighth: This sek we checked in our traveling library books . . . In art we had a picture of a scroll with the words, "Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year" in it \\ have a large candle up ' a 't each window. They add a lot to the appearance of the room . Herb and Joe Hoover have started to wear glasses . . . The eighth grade girls went to Stennett Fri lav to play a basketball game the boys and girls teams boys have a game with Emerson Dec. 8 ... We have been having time tests from the Readers Digest. High school: Mrs. Thorson was unable to teach the greater part "roub'le^Mrs 11 " 6 '" Ser '° US thront for her. She was able to^p'back Monday ... The games at Stennett Friday resulted in losses for ootn teams: boys 38-19 girls 27 9. Better luck next time T h( ~ _ nrfV IamlU ° n invites - vo » to at*""""T meeting nt his home .v and the regular service on Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Arlen Haines was an , est of Jimmy nowen monaav Donna Lee Scott visited over the week end with Joyce Allely. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hall and in ny and Mrs. Harve Ha Oak callers Saturday. Mrs. Phyllis Skerritt is visit ing her sister-in-law, Mrs. Howard H.,,,. and Mrs E nt Geneva. Neb. » *?['. " nd Mrfl ' shl rley Hendrix and Mrs. Alia Pullman spent Sun' •lay In Omaha at the home of Mr and Mrs. Frank Pullman. ' met *&. Father Will Approve A New Office Chair, it's adjustable for correct A Platform Rocker, for relaxing. A Hassock or Smeking Stand Mother Will Appreciate Lamps for living room or bedroom Card Table, some with chairs to match Knee Hole Desk Speed Queen Washer Hoover Sweeper Plate Mirror, larfre and medium size for living room Sister Will Adore A Cedar Chest Pictures for her bedroom Shag Russ and Bed Spreads A Bedroom Suite Brother will say, Hot An Emerson Radio, his very own Marine Lamp, just right for a boys room Mansfield Furniture photos are ready to be sent out. Here's hoping they're good! • • . Christmas is coming very rapidly but we're glad of it some more good old vacation for approximately a week and a half The Christmas program will be held Dec. 19 at 2 p. m. The public s cordially invited to attend Christmas exchange will be held Dec. 24 with vacation starting then andjastins until Jan " Lowell Mooney was called to Maryvi le. Mo., by the serious ill? \v«nc«°r w" 8i8ter> Mra - CIIrfor <i Walker. He returned home Sunday evening accompanied by hi. ?.° t ?n£J^ J^ *""»- - Charley Hall, Ralph Hall and w. A. Courtier were Omaha callers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoos and Roy Judah wore dinner Ktiests of Mr. and Mrs. Weeren nowen Sunday. Mrs. Mark Howen and I,i n <la accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Kred Pierce to Kinerson Sunday where they had dinner. Mrs. Aliie Largent visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Largont over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Larson were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Roy Quimby Sunday Mr and Mrs. Klbridpe Shook and Kdward were Malvern callers Saturday. Hoy Judah and mil Haines were in Red Oak Saturday Mrs Hill Ilice was a Red Oak caller last Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Anderson and family were lied Oak callers Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs. Oscar Leu and Mrs. Mervin Turner and Rosalie were Sbenandoah callers Monday Mrs. Fritz Larson and Mrs Max Quimby are leaving Tuesday fo. Lincoln, Neb., where they will v Bit Mr and Mrs. Dawson Hawkins nnd family. I ? P0n ^lL^ t !; up ^ nder ; v f unt «n hospital in Mrs. Viola Merritl ivturnod to I'or home nt Lovvland. Colo after spending the past week with hor sister. Mrs. Clyde Schoenlnc, and family. The Haptist Kensin K ton societv "lot last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Cecelia Van Kirk. Mrs. Mary Moore had charge of devo- lionals and a missionary program Next meeting will be a Christmas party and gift exchange to be hold at the homo of Mrs. Pearl ' Ifltt. Miss Honnle Custer, R N of Council Bluffs, spent tho week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Custer. Not how Cheap But How at T Su 8l( ? P u e lf. ry , aHfi0fl|atlon ™< at bush- Hall's last Wednesday A buBlnew meeting was held and a delicious Junch gerved. ATw. *. _ 1 11 t . . _ Mrs. Herb Stogdlll and EFFICIENT It isn't the first cost: it's the upkeep! J hat hold* true for heating plants, too. Tint's why every honting plant and oil burner we sell w so, with the thought of 'completely efficient Mlst'iil'itifiii 4r» A *i_ • v-«*n_i \.iiu }\ f ' * r ' Vl> - vcars °f low- So when you're in the market for a hoatinjr Plant keep these factors in mind: Efficient operation through the years. to insure low fuel cost Mr and Mrs. E. H. O rd j r vls- ed Mrs. B. H. Ord Sunday a i ta "7 y ;, R ° ger and Jt ' anl " Orel ln^oln and M M v. r8 - Darre11 n ° usar H n ^f b - VUIted wit " ^ ". Ord last week. Mrs. last Mr. and Mrs. Clarence || OOH were Red Oak callers Saturday Air and Mrs. Roy Quimby and Mrs. Max Quimby were Red Oak callers Saturday. Mm. Donald Gam bio and son '>'».i!(l Jr.. spent Friday night and Saturday in Malvern Mr. and Al ra . Mark nowen. Linda Lou and Everett Colter "—• in Ued Oak Saturday eve- 2. Proper installation to R ivc you tho heat where you need it and to add to the plant's efficiency and provide greater comfort. 3. Dealer .service. Our 30 years of scrvicc in Malvern and policy of providing constant service for all installations we sell moans ti£ w". Cn H KCt y ° Ur plnnt ^rviccd any! time. We re here to do it and to back up our products for full satisfaction. We're always glad to help you with any heating or plumbmg problems you have. J. R. Cardwell / Watches, Diamonds, JeweJrv S Clocks, Scrap BooH G^e^ tionery, Many Other Beautiful Gifts WALTHAM BULOVA - WESTFIELD WATCHES 25c 50c 75c S! ^K ^ " ——— L. S. Robinson, teateSkaAAi^*^! 0 ^^ !^««^ ~ Miok Go^d r ' Ovenw -«- Bather Goods aser ^ Fountain Pens Sta' See Our Special Watch Sale ' 60TH YEAR OF CHRISTMAS SERVICE ROBINSON'S r M ° derale NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE Illl •:-•

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