The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on January 22, 1948 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT ttteflH^fe^MMtfW^Mta^MUM OBITUARY OF FRANK YILIMEK Frank Villmek, eldest son of Prank and Anna Vilimek, was born March 8, 1881 in Poric, Ro- -hemia and departed this life January 13, 104S at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Sam Me.Dow- ell, 817 Hodge avo., at the age of 66 years, 10 months and five days. Death was dun to heart attack. His childhood and early manhood was spent in his native land where he learned the haking trade under the apprentice system. During his apprenticeship he worked in the cities of Hreen and Vienna and upon it's completion he received his diploma of which he was very proud. At the age of 24 he, accompanied by his sister, came to America and joined relatives at Wilber, Nebr. In 1908 he worked in the Burrus Rakeiy In Malvern. THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, JANUARY 22, 194S und in 1909 he established his own bakery in Hartley, and very successfully operated it for 29 years. On April 9,1913 he was united in marriage, to Ethel Ann Mansmith at Hartley. To this union four children were born, one of whom died in infancy. In August of 1938 Air. and Mrs. Vilimek and sons moved to Ames, whore they established the Vilimek's Pastry Shop. He continued in business until his sons entered the service. He was a member of the First Methodist Church, Masonic Lodge, Consistory. Za Ga Zig Shrine and the Eastern Star. He was preceded in death by his wife on May 18, 1945. He leaves to mourn three children,Hazel McDowell, Ames; Edwin and Francis of Chicago; one brother , Joseph of Bohemia; one sister, Mrs. Frank Swoboda of Malvern, two grandchildren, Ann and Janice McDowffll of Ames, and 3 nephews and 4 nieces, as well as a host of friends who will miss his cheery smile. AUCTION SALES I am still in the ring and I solicit your farm sales this season and believe I can satisfy you in making the sale. W. H. CRAMER, Auctioneer Emerson, Iowa 24-tf. SERVICES HELD FOR MRS. GLEN FORNEY Funeral serviced were held in Emmetsburg Friday for Mrs. Glenn Forney. A family prayer service was held at the home at 1:30 preceding the church rites, with the Rev. Paul Huschcr officiating. Burial was in Evergreen cemetery in Emmettsburg. Mrs. Forney, 44, died at her home early Wednesday morning of a heart attack. She is the daughter of Mrs. H. I. Kier of Glenwood and was born and raised in Mills county. She graduated from the Glenwood high school in 1921 and taught school in Mills county. She was married to Glenn Forney of Tabor and moved to Emmettsburg eight years ago. Her survivors are her husband and daughter, Mrs. Myram Tunnicliff, her mother, Mrs. H. I. Kier of Glenwood, three sisters; Mrs. Charles L. Wilson, Malvern, Mrs. Robert Allen, Glenwood, Mrs. Carvel Jordan, Council Bluffs, and two brothers; Ronald J. Kier of Strahan, Forrest of Glenwood. Classified Ads Pay Hundreds of Mills Countlans read Tour Want Ad every week. RATES Per line, one insertion lOc Men subsequent insertion.... 5c .Minimum charge 40c An additional service charge of 25o will be made for each blind ad which must be answered at The leader office. * MISCELLANEOUS * For sale: Good baled wheat straw. Ph. 3225, Harry Markel, Malvern. p.29-2. Opportunity to Jjearn Wno- type. Young men or women wanting to operate linotype can do so in a special course offered by the University of Iowa. If interested In learning this valuable skill, inquire at The Leader office or at the University School at Iowa City. 28-3 For salo: Customers checks at lOc a pad. Malvern Leader office. GET YOUR ORDER IN NOW FOR THE WONDERFUL Sf£ Tff£ SKEW £A$y IN ACT/0ff TOW! DOES THE AVERAGE WEEK'S WASH IN LESS THAN ONE HOUR Q.ET more for your money with Easy. It's your best washer buy. Two tubs work at once to get your wash ready for the line in a hurry. 1 One tub washes a full load while the other rinses and spins a second load damp-dry. Whirls out up to 25% more water than a wringer. Clothes dry faster and they're lighter to handle and hang up. There's no wringer to press in deep wrinkles, break buttons, or ruin zippers, Phone 4901 Malvern 1948 Chick Prices \ f r U A ll««(*.rv.T.». ^^^ • U. H. APPROVED PULI/WUM CONTROLJJ3D * WILSON QUALITY CHICKS * BRED FOR HIGHEST PRODUCTION OF MEAT AND EGGS. Potable , or Early Discount if you Order Before March 1st 1948 PRICE S-C-JWhite Leghorns Austra-Whites HY-LINES . White Rocks . . White Wyandottes . New Hampshire* Buff Orpingtons Barred Rocks 14.00 30.00 ' 15.50 33.00 and i ircular M-nt upon rfx lu r*t. 15.50 3^06 8.00 8.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 INCH I>KS OM.V AM. IIKAVIKH Started Chicks: 10 days^wks., 4 wks. Ask for prices. °<>ro,lu,Hon coat, Aaiorted Heavy Breed WILSON Hatchery .LVERN. IOWA „ ----- j* MALVERN, IOWA PHONE 5421 Do you want an ELECTRIC SEWING MACHINE? We don't have new ones yet, BUT we can make your machine into a smooth running electric PORTABLE, complete Including Motor, Light, Foot Control and Luggage Type. Portable Case or your cabinet motorized complete with motor, light and foot control. Complete Sewing Machine Repair Service. SINGERS — WHITES — OTHER MAKES Bring head to Pare Service Co., Malvern, phone 4901. or to Hascall Variety, Emerson, Ph. 65. 24tf. For salo: Young man's single bed, springs and Inner spring mattress, excellent shape. Also shoe skates, size 8, like new. E. W. Burdic, phone 5221, Mal- 30-1. For sale: 1 single steel bed with innerspring mattress. 1 Economy King table model separator In good condition. I army surplus coal burning spaoe heater with fire brick lining, excellent condition. Robert Stroud, ph. 5828, Malvern. 30-1. For sale: Marion oats threshed. Ken Evans, Ph. 666, Hastings. 3 °- 2 - Yon'ro wasting money on "New Look" dresses—unless you wear the right foundation. A Spencer designed especially for you assures the figure beauty you've longed for. And style-plus-health Spencers are moderately priced! Tel. 5741, Mrs. Myrtle Rockafol- low, Malvern. 29tf. For sale: '89 V/8 Truck, new motor. |800. '38 Plymouth 4- door deluxe. Radio and heater. Low mileage. Mrs. Pearl Kline, Phone 4-F13, Imogene, la. 30-2. WANTED Wanted: Work, will do domestic or otherwise. Doris Thurman, c/o Delmar McConkey, Malvern. ______ p.29-2. WANTED: Salesman for snf- rounding territory — man interested in making $100 per Week and up. Must be willing to work and have car. For personal interview write Sales Manager, 1102 W. O. W. Building, Omaha, Nebr. 28-3. Married man wants job on farm by the month. Frank Jarrott, Emerson, Rt. 2. p.29-2. Bring your BATTERIES here for charging: All 6-volt batteries 50c, all 2-volt batteriea 25c. Gamble Store, Malvern. 35tf. For salo: « bred silts, will far- row March 15. Edwin Miller, Malvern. p.30-2. COMPLETE CLOSING OUT Farm Sale I ain quitting farming and will dispose of the following on what is known as the Meyers Farm 594 miles Northwest of McPherson, 5?4 miles northeast of Emerson or 7% miles Southeast of Henderson on — Tuesday, Jan. 27th SALE WIMj COMMENCE AT 11 A. M. SHARP 14 HD. OF CATTLE 50 FALL PIGS 5 lid. good milk rows; 2-yr.old . Shorthorn heifer to freshen U«V soon; I W. F. bull, » ,,,os.; 3 "« ' fiDAIII Ulifllli For sale: Haby crib mattress, practically new. Joe Heddout, ph. 4572, Malvern. 29-2. For sale: Four room house and four lots at the edge of Malvern, reasonable. If interested write for more details. Alfred Dement, Anita, la. 30-1. For sale: Klertric Voss Washing Machine with two tubs. Mrs. Cal Hitchey, ph. 4f>22. 30-2. Kitcho.n range for coal or wood for sale. Also one Duplex heater. Phone 256, Hastings. 30-2. For sale: Coronado fable radio complete with batteries. Harry Markel. ph. 3225, Malvern. p.30.1 Upholstering: will be glad to repair and refinish old furniture. Artie C. Evans jr. phone 344W, Glenwood, la. p.30-2. * For sale: 1847 IHC i£ ton (K-2) Pickup, low mileage, 6- ply tires A-l condition. Heater, spotlights. New factory made canopy, overload springs. Louis Farrington, Henderson. 30-1. Milk County SPORTS Pace Service Co. ORIOLES TAKE PAIR FROM ESSEX CREWS Malvern Romps Over Visiting Essex; Seconds Slip Past 34-32 Win Coach Overatreet's boys slipped over an easy victory Friday evening dropping Essex 41-19. Malvern held a 20-11 half time advantage after a 9-6 lead the first chapter. McClure, flashy guard powered the Oriole crew past the spirited Essex lads. Houser, lanky center did some good rebound work and Wilhelm shown in the floor game. McClure led scorers with 13. Teammates Bird and Houser turned in 11 and 9 respectively. Newman of Essex scored 7 and Tlll- man 6. In the first go of the evening Malvern seconds tipped Essex 3432 after they held a 18-15 lead at the half. Malvern led 8-5 the Initial period and Essex was ahead 27-25 the third stanza. In the last few seconds of the game Malvern came from behind to lead 34-32 when Paul Hlxson dropped one from the charity strip. Stogdlll accumulated 14 for the hosts followed by Hixson 8, Adams 6 and J. Robinson 4, Lindell nabbed 13 for the losers and Anderson took 9. In the first game of the evening Emerson's girls walloped Silver City 51-24. Emerson led 22-4 at the half of the extremely rough fray. Whisler of the visitors made 21 and Carita Kruse hit 9. I. S, D. BOBCATS WIN TWO FROM LOCAL BOYS Malvern Lads Lose Steam and ail to Recover Lead from I. S. D. ^Lacking the get up and go they have evidenced in several previous games, Malvern Orioles let the Iowa School for the Deaf boys run over them in the final chapter 4134 at Council Bluffs Tuesday evening. Malvern did not begin to function until the Bobcats racked up an 8-1 lead, the 7 point deficit which cost the game. The local lads whittled the lead to 10-8 for I. S. D. the first stanza. In the next period Malvern attained their only lead of the evening, a meager 14-13. I. S. D. led 18-14 at the half. Malvern made a good average on the gift line, sinking 8 of 14 attempts. Free shota proved the Bobcat's weak spot as they made only 3 of 11 attempts. Houser and Bird both scored 9 for the Orioles. For the BobcaU Tuttle took 20. Malvern seconds were easy victims of I. S. D. reserves who won 46-17 after a 27-7 half time lead. . roan spring heifers; a heifer ~MlsrKLlI\NE £ ™' '" 0 "' 2 bllU CahOS ' "'"""* °"" S ' 4 HD. OF HORSES and Ire boy, etc. 145 WHITE ROOK AAA LAYING HENS FARM MACHINERY , Trnrt0r , on n ™ "''"XT, Into fall, HM220 Pow- (iiltn-ntor, made over to fit P-szn- ?«!•« n~ I '" >ker: M ^X Jor^riSJs r ! f' 1 V" Trnrt ° I '''""i international 51 rtor . v "^^ 12 - ft> IJIIII| P Rnkp ' "P™^" Tractor; o-ft. Emerson Mower; Tractor Hay Sweep- II International Disc; S-row International Go-Dorl?- I ? £ '„ , n *° n a>ld " ny I{4M>k; ' "-""-"heel Wagon ami 1 32-ft.eIevntor; 4-seetion Harrow; i« l,p. OM Fnrin In VT^r 11 M 1>owcr IA{t Unit wi<i ' fl«4s "oT S ; I"; 1x30 Tractor Chains; 1 pair 0x30 Tractor Tire Tube's LoTl - Usual Sale 'Term*. C. M. Morrical, Owner CRA&tRn At,,,* „ ' CRAMER, Atict. Horace Greenwood, Clerk UNKLE HANK SEZ FOLKS lk*CT DON'T HAVE 4NV PRIDE FER1KEM- SELVES, CERTAINLV OOKY HAVE ANV FER OTHERS We're proud of our ability to be of service to you . . to be able to sell the farm implements and livestock you need. And we're also glad we can pay top prices for your fat hogs and cattle all year around. Won't you come in and let us help you! HlUer Oltjr Stops Hunting* Tapers M-81 Playing all of his men against the visitors. Coach Porter's boys " —" beat Hastings 54-31 at Silver City tne Academy's nigh school varsity Friday evening. Silver City led 26- baak etball team, which la under RnfthattAl* th**4i •>.& .**!„_ _» f** , CADET SALYERS ON H, S. VARSITY QUINT Cadet Robert Salyers, ton of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Salyers, who U a student of Wentworth Military Academy, has earned a place on at the half. Jerry Milla topped scoring honors with 24. Crouae of Hastings grabbed 14. The Silver City girla also broke through with a 58-28 win. Kirlin was high for Silver City with 25. B. Clark and Hockabout each grabbed 11. the direction of Captain Karl Berninger. The boys play in the Pony Express Conference and have won the games they have played to date. If<>nderm>n Jk>ys Defeat KmiTNon; (iirl.s Ix>s« 4O-26 On Henderson's small court Friday evening Henderson defeated the Emerson crew 87-14. After a 33-6 lead at the half Henderson swept on fur the victory over the Emerson shorties. Slump of the hosts grabbed 39 and Pender^raft snagged 30. High for Emerson was Black with 4. In the curtain-raiser Emerson Kirla upset, the Henderson lassies 49-26. Henderson fdrls played a rasped grime while the visitors showed some good ability. Bentley of the visitors tossed 22 and Ozioa 18. Klahn was high for Henderson with 14. Silv.-r 4'iiy ivojiiUcrh and Knji-r.son i'n-n.s Hreok Kvcn Silver City downed the Emerson quintet on the Emerwon court 4435 Tuesday evening. Emerson got a good etart with a 13-10 U-ad the initial period. After the half-time icad of 20-19 the Bombers began dropping them in right and loft to reach their final taJly. X Milla of the Bombers arid Greenwood of the visitors each looped 16. B. Jones of th* hosts Emerson's Black scored 1Z SERVICES FOR INFANT HAROLD E. FLEMING Services were held Wednesday at the Mansfield Funeral home for Harold Edwin Fleming. Rev. Wm. F. Baker conducted the services with Marlin Richardson accompanied by Mrs. Donald Aistrope furnishing the music. Harold Edwin Fleming, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fleming, was born Nov. 26, 1944, at Malvern and died at the Mercy hospital Jan. 19, 1948, at the age of three years, one month and 23 days. Harold is survived by his parents, two sisters, Orrie and AJice, one brother Tommy and his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith of Jamesport, Mo. and Mr. and Mrs. A, G. Fleming of Emerson and a host of other relatives and friends. Interment was in the North Grove cemetery. CARD OF THANKS I extend my sincere thanks to every one "who remembered me with cards, letters and flowers during my recent illness and while I was in the hospital. Mrs. Helen Knight ZO-1 Gnuouned tape in roll* for sale. »Se p«r roll. 1 la. z 601 ft. Tfct Saturday, Jan. 24 i:3o P .m. MILK COWS We always have several good milk cow.. • All consignment* will be appreciated. STOCK AND FEEDERS We will have 75 to 125 head of GOOD FEEDER STEERS and HEIFERS this week. Will have a bunch of extra good SHORTHORN STEERS Saturday, weight SO to 600 Ibc. Will have some good BLACK STEERS and WHITE FACE STEERS wt 600 to 750 lb». Will have a lot of FEEDER HEIFERS also this week A bunch of extra good SHORTHORN HEIFERS of various weights. • IF WANTING SOME GOOD CATTLE BE HERE THIS SATURDAY! E STOCK HOGS Will have a few good Stock Hog, this week. Always a few hogs show up. U aua l run of goo d ma l fe hog8 . FAT HOGS ~ We are buying fat hog. every day. Top price,, e f fi . cient service and prompt weighing awure. you the most for your fat hog. right at home! Call 3701 bring them in! CONSIGN YOUR LIVESTOCK TO SALE EVERY SATUR

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