The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on February 12, 1948 · Page 9
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 9

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, February 12, 1948
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PAGE EIGHT Mills County SPORTS MALVERN REDMEN IN SW, IOWA 8-TEAM BASEBALL LEAGUE 21-Game Season Planned a» Team Managers —Form Association Malvern Redmen, who last season developed into one of the area's fastest independent clubs, is one of the eight teams of the newly formed Southwest Iowa Baseball league. The league was formed Sunday when manaRprs of the eight teams met in Tabor and completed an organization. Its officers: Paul Phillips, Glen-wood, president; Emniett Butlor, Treynor, vice president; Harold Allen, Farragut, secretary-treasurer. On the grievance committee, the league's governing body, are F. E. Pace, Malvern; Don Clayton, Hamburg; Clarence Vigc-n, Nebraska City; Ralph Queen, Tabor and Hob Moore, (flenwood. This committee •will also settle disputes nml sot rules for the sea- son. In the league are tf Malvern, Glenwood, Tr« ragut, Hamburg and City. Because they are lively close to each othei pect it will be easy t through the 2l-game planned. Each team each of the others> Most games will be night and all have ligb with the exception of 1 Malvern. Tabor has started to install lights vern is working on such through Ha Memorial R al Center organization. Last year Malvern's after a late start, develi such efficieny that they the season with an exce ord. They also develops following of fans. Wh played Glenwood on U seat's excellently lighter ial field, more than 1,< tators crowded the stam STRAHAN * TABOR GIRLS TOOI SECTIONAL CAGE i Coach Dale Dyke' Crew Goes to Dist Tournament HUBBELL CLEANERS SPECIAL • THIS WEEK ONLY .1.25 1.25 1.25 '.1.25 2 MEN'S SUITS . 2 LADIES SUITS . 2 LADIES DRESSES DRESS AND SUIT , SUIT AND -I rn OVERCOAT I.JU 2 SKIRTS , 2 PAIR TROUSERS 2 JACKETS . .70 .70 .90 Feb. 16 to Feb. 21 No deliveries or pickup Hubbell Cleaners Ph. 2131 Malvern The pirl's teams of th have beon engaged in fprent sectional tournarr past \vcek, Feb. 4-7. Emerson and Hendert ed in the tournament ; donia while Strahan. G Silver City and Hastings (ion in the sectional at At Macedonia Wale: cinched first by defeat! land Saturday night, took second place honor: 37-28 win over Griswoli finals. Wales-Lincoln topple land 41-26 to win their to district. Wales led 18-] half. Emerson, fhe only coui to reach the finals, stopj wold 37-28 after an 18 at the half. Whisler o son racked 16, Kenworth losers made 14. At Tabor, Tabor girls first place with a victo Thurman, Saturday nigh lett consolation by roundii wood In the finals. Tabor defeated the Thurman 44-20 in the till Tabor led 21-7 at the In Scyoc was high scorer ' points. McAIesander of T posted 0. Glenwood lost out wltl 32 loss to Bartlett for , tlon. The winners were 22-15 at the half. McColl 20 points for Bartlett, 1 made 14 for Glenwood. Wednesday nU?ht—Mn< In the beginning round tournament at Macedonia, G L A S S E COMPLETE Examined, Ghimes Made and Itepi In our own 8hop IW. J,. II. I'KTKHSH Optometrist Heel Oak, IOWH H accessor to Clyde IJ, Curtis, O.D M I>«or North of Fa \V. ,S. C. S. Mot nt Church Wednesday, Feb. 4 Strahan W. S. C. S. met at the church Wednesday afternoon Feb. 4. Twenty members were present. The president called the meeting to nrder, Mrs. Emmett Gtpe offering the prayer. Minutes of last meeting were read and approved. Treasurer's report piv- en. All bills were allowed and paid. A check from the Rotary banquet was handed in at this time. A letter from a charter member, Mrs. Kthel Johnson- Thomas, of Shenandoab and one from Mrs Lester Hall were read by Mrs. S. S. Summers. Mrs. David Angus had charge of devotlon- als. Delicious refreshments were served by Mrs. Chas. Oipe and Mrs. S. S. Summers. Martha Grimlle Honored on 8»li Birthday Mrs. Harold Grindle gave a supper party Friday evening in honor of her daughter, Martha Jane's 8th birthday. Guests were 12 of the third and 4th grade girls who came out to the Grindle home on the bus from school, Freda Brown, who was in charge of the games, and Susan Norton. Martha's two grandmothers, Mrs. Wayne Hodges and Mrs. Guy Grindle sr., aided the mother with the supper. Mr. and Mrs. Grindle took the little guests home. H. V. F. Met "ill) Mrs. Hndtloff Sunday Kvonlnjy The senior youth fellowship met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hen Hudtloff. Sunday evening with 14 members present. Geraldine Gipe was in charge of devotions. Joan Wortman gave the lesson. They are studying craft- work of wood and clay. After the meeting they played games. Refreshments of co'.-oa, whipped cream and cookies were served by MTs. Hudtloff. Tlir- Methodist Church. Nobel H. IHackninn, Pastor. Allen Norton, Superintendent. Morning Worship — 9:45. Sermon: "Life's Commitment." Sunday School, 10:45 a. m. Classes for all ages. The last quarterly conference will be held at Malvern, Tuesday, Feb. 17, S p. m. The regular meeting of the W. S. C. S. will be in the church Wednesday Feb. 18. Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2:15 p. m. Sunday, Feb. 22 is Layman's Day. Services will be in charge of our Lay Leader, Charles Kayton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shaul were shopping in Red Oak, Monday. Lyle Coddington went to the Methodist Hospital in Omaha, Friday for observation. He returned home Sunday afternoon and will go back Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steele spent Friday in Shenandoah. Mr. and Mrs. Morris from Earl- bam, spent three days last week visiting Mrs. Morris" brother, Marvin Briley and family. Mr. and )Mrs. f^rank Steele made a business trip to Glenwood Monday morning. Sue and Allen Williams visited in the W. E. Waterworth home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Waterworth and son, Charles were shopping in Malvern, Saturday afternoon. .SCHOOL NEWS Honor Roll for the (past six weeks are Troy Brown, Max Irvin, Sarah Ann Hudtloff, Geraldine Gipe, Bill Fitzwater, Deloris Adkins, and lone Bolton. Does Your Farm Equipmei Need Repair? Some morning soon you'll snifi the air and know it's spring plowing tune ! ' ° ' ' Hugh Holtou and Lowell Irvin who are employed at the "400 Cafe" at Jewell, were home over the week end. They were accom- • panied by their friend, John Anderson of Jewell. The Strahan Busy Bee 4-11 club girls made $10.55 at their bake Mile in Miilvern Saturday. Eight cirls and two ladies. Mrs. .Tared Woodfill and Mrs. Frank Stephens helped with the sale. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas elites received a telephone call Sunday •Vom Mr. elites' sister. Mrs. Kthel I'oiilsson. of Downey. Cal. She said that ilie weather was fine there. .Mi. and Mrs. Floyd Smith and !>nhy and Mr. und Mrs. Ellis Orin<'le and daughter were Wednes- i':iv -tipp'-" ,"il''sts at the home of .Mr. (, i indie's sister. Mrs. Hoy i-'iuilh, in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Leu, Lib}<•• and Esther were Sunday visSt- (<r« HI the Kills C.rindle home. <;i-n HuHlee who is attending rc,!>i:e ;it Peru, Neb., spent the \vi" 1; end at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Haslee. Mr. and Mrs. RohertTelschow i f Ited Oak, were week end •.nic^ts of Mrs. TVlsi'how's mother, Mrs. Jessie Bruce. Mr. und Mrs. Lloyd Wilson and Polly visited Mr. Wilson's sister, .Mrs Krma Parmer, In Silver City Sunday. M-. and Mrs. Ellis drindle ma•'•• a business trip to Tabor, Fi-May. Walter Roberts of Troy, ca4ue Saturday to spend the week end v ith his wife who is staying at the Lyle Coddington home. Sun- <'av, Mr. Roberts' Misters, Mr, and y r-, (V'er Hronks and Miss Amy Pub' '-ts and a friend, Mary Their, ii-i. al: (i of Troy, visited M .<-. Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Morris V'oodfill visited her in the af- • e • :>'\ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kratzke, ,':.•.•! in-- and Freddie and Mr. and Mrs \V. K. MrCoy jr., and PeiiKy .!••;.n ii:' Ciniii''il Hluffs were Sunda.- ,!i,'ii--d •-•nests of Mr. and Mrs. MI ' Mrs. Jim 1'iTkins and it (<•' lni(i!:f!!P arid Robert >v > r, i-c( n of near Malvern I in i he Mrs. Clara Shaffer .Sunday. Mrs. Millard Curtis of • ••i; Sunday evening '•c Dallas Clites home. Mis Melton Wilson. Patty and Mr. and Mrs. Ma-(" of Shenandoah visit- ;iiid M;s. Harry Conrad •ii Joe SMiiday am! M's, Marlin I.emonds r ;i!i.l Mrs. J. W. Fullen- \isiie.1 in the Mr. »nd Mrs. i Ilillver home Friday eve•:'! f,M'!' ed seeing the slide s -,\i:i'h Mr llillyer took . a^i! Mrs. Lemons' wed- •••> > Mrs. It.-rt Kichter of •iiloah visited Mr. and Mrs. • t l-'Hyton. Sunday. >.'. H. I'lacknian called on H< Mrs Howard Kayton Sat:< fte'iioon. •""•• k of Turo visitel - in Strahan Sunday after- a-i i MIM I'onald Kier were v -•:!>!'' •• uue-'ts of Mr. and -'lovii Corrnan. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Curtis and children, the Ellis Grindle family and Curt Grindle were guests at a chilli supper in the Harold Grindle home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown and family visited in the Charles Taylor home of Hastings, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rowe and family were guests at. an oyster supper in the Ralph Rowe home oC near Farragut, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Opal Bayes and Darrel of Emerson were Wednesday supper guests in the Victor Norton home. Around 50 friends and neighbors met at the Strahan School building Sunday evening and went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mariln Lomonds to charivari them. The evening was spent playing numerous tricks on the newly weds. The group was treated to cigars and candy bars. Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Bayes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Monk, of I'ercival. The dinner was in honor of Mr. Bayes' birthday. Mrs. Eminrt Gipe, son Donnle (in:l Joan Isom went to the Methodist Church in Riverton, Sunday morning, and the Emerson church Sunday evening and gave talks on thoir Cleveland trip. Mrs. Sarah Conrad received wfivd from her son and wife, Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Conrad, of Dufou- (|iu>, that their children have the measles. Donald Loske and his friend, Jack Bowen, spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gorman. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kayton and Charles Jr., went to Carson Sunday to visit Mrs. Kayton's grandmother and aunt, Mrs. Olive C'arlcy and Clara. They were also callers in the Glen Carley hoin«> nt Macedonia to see their .son who was Just home from the hospital. The Kaytuns spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Opal Hayes and Darrel in Kmerson. Dallas elites wns taken back to the Mercy Hospital in Council Hluffs, Tuesday. Since cancer was found in the end of his little finger on his right hand which was taken off during the week before, (lie rt'Kt of his finger was removed Wednesday morning. Mr. elites returned to his home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Lemonda returned home Monday night after honey mooning at the Lake of the. O/.arks, in Kansas City and N'ashvitle, Term. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Niins and daughter. Shirley were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Clark. Marion Oard and family from Emerson and Mr. and Mrs. Art Tliiesrhafer of Glenwood were Sunday dinner guests in the Robert Shau) home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Norton and children were Friday dinner ,-Mie.sts of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Bayes in Malvern. Mr and Mrs, Frank Sivey from Omaha were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Grindie, sr., Mr and Mrs. Floyd Smith and baby of Malvern were also Saturday evening guests. First and Second: Students of the first and second grade are busy this week making plans for Valentine's Day. We are decorating a box to use for our valentine box and each one will drop their valentines into it next Friday, February 13th we will have some one in the room deliver the valentine to its owner. The first graders have learned the addition combinations of the two's three's 1 and fours. We are having very interesting drill work along this line. The second grade is also studying the addition and grades are doing fine work. Third and Fourth: The third and fourth grades enjoyed their visits to the engine room and to the top of the school building. Both trips were a result of class study. 'The fourth grade had been studying the' force of steam. They learned how it was used for heat. Mr. Crouse answered many of their questions. The third grade had been studying building material in their geography class. One class discussion was on the school building material so Mr. Wilson took the classes to the top of the school building to see the roof. Many 'thanks to Mr. Crouse and Mr. Wilson for their help in making the class discussion seem more real. Ronnie Fitzwater, Jane Grin- die, Margaret Fender, Deanna Grindle, Joselle Isom and Connie Lemonds had perfect spelling lessons the past six weeks. The fourth grade have started their study of history. They are enjoying their study of Gods, Goddesses, myths and prehistoric times. The third grade have started their third grade reader for the year. Much interest is shown on working with the new workbook which accompanies this book. Fifth and Sixth: Elaine Clark has been ill this week and unable to attend school. We 'hope she will be able ;to come iback to school soon. We are beginning the sixth month of school. The fifth grade began the science unit on steel, Tuesday. Henry and Willis Budd are back in school again after two weeks absence. Mrs. Everett Gipe and Mrs. Albert Anderson have visited our room recently. Thomas Gipe was 111 Monday and Tuesday. This absence broke a perfect attendance record that Thomas has bad up until this time. Instead of our regular lessons, Friday afternoon after recess we read some stories, sang a few school songs and Mrs. Bullard treated us to candy bars. Our first spelling contest will come to a close Friday, March 10th. Seventh and Eighth: Barbara liolton, Judy Isom, Connie Scott, and Joanne Waterworth have made posters for their room. Charles Kier, Donnle Swain, Floyd Clark, and Tony Olhava have made .a valentine box for the seventh and eighth grade room. were Sunday dinner guests of Florence and Wilma Cooper in Emerson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cooper were snpper guests Friday in the Ward Cooper home in Emerson. Gary Shelley was ill last week with the chicken- pox. Max Wiley of Omaha and Merrill Allen spent Saturday night with Mrs. F. G. Kochersperger. Mr. and Mrs. L.. C. Bullington and family were dinner guests of Mrs. Bertha Kellenbarger in Emerson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dean McLain and family visited Sunday afternoon in the Floyd Northrup home near Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Bishop and baby left Friday morning for their home in California. They were accompanied by the former's father, C. W. Bishop. E. E. Wiley and Max spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Allen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bishop were Sunday dinned guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lewis and family. The Rev. Albert Whiley, a returned missionary from Africa, will speak at the Champion Hill church Sunday at 11 a. m. • WESLEY CHAPEL Mrs. Leon Weigman has been ill the past week with an attack of sciatic rheumatism. Donald Parker visited over the week end in Des Moines and Monday at Ames. Dwight Parker was home from Ames over the week end. His parents took him back Sunday. The Ed Russman family attended military services for his nephew, Laverne Paulson at Avoca Sunday. The body was shipped back (from the American cemetery in France where he was killed in action. Mrs. Cliff Plumb left her mother's home in Hancock, Saturday for her home in Sunnyvale, Cal. John Kelley has been quite sick the past week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ezra Plumb. Mrs. Bess Kelley of Hastings has been staying in the Plumb home helping care for him. Mrs. Bob Beasley and son Jeff. came from Columbia, Mo., Friday to visit a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Stonebreaker and Max. Jlmmle Beasley who has been here will return home with his mother. Little Patricia Pederson of Elliott, it visiting her grandfather, John Wilson, and other relatives this week. The Pedersons expect to move to Nebraska to a farm in March. The W. S. C. S. met at the church Wednesday, Feb. 4. The business meeting was conducted by President Elsie Wilson. Devotionals were given by Mrs. Vera Dittus. Edith Sowers presented the book review, "Portrait of a Pilgrim." The -next meeting will be Feb. 25 at the Clinton Parker home when Miss Stubbs will give the lesson on furniture arrangement. Lesson will start at 10:30 with a potluck lunch, served at noon. Every one is cordially invited to attend. Rev. Jl. V. Felt has been sick at his home in Red Oak. He Is for two weeks with pneumonia better a', this time. Work. . . .. „ Rev. Baker will preach at the morning service. ' B. Y. F. The leaders for this week are James Malony and Paul Baker. There will be no choir practice this week. Time of next meeting will he announced later. The World Day of Prayer will be at the Baptist church Friday. The cooperating churches cordially invite you. Lent, the season of prayer and meditation, will soon he here. Pray for and plan to attend the Pre-Easter services to be held in all the churches. First Methodist Church Nobel B. Blackman, Pastor Baton Tonnant, Snpt. Sunday school at 10. Classes for all ages. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. Sermon, "Life's Commitment." Thursday, 4 p. m. The Youth club will meet for Bible study, •worship, recreation and hard work. Thursday, 7 to 8. Senior Youth Fellowship. \ Thursday 8 to 9. Choir rehearsal. Thursday, Feb. 26. The Youth club invites their parents to a covered dish supper in the church dining room and a program will be given for the public at 8 p. m. in the sanctuary. Feb. 22: Layman's day and the worship service will be in charge of our lay leader, Ben Martin. Attend Institute in Council Bluffs A group from Malvern attended the Council Bluffs District Institute at Broadway Methodist Church, Wednesday. Dr. Briggs of Newton gave the address of the day. Going from here -were Rev. and Mrs. Nobel Blackman, Mrs. Glen Pevehouse, Mrs. Adolph Sohultz, Mrs. "W. E. Kerns, Mrs. Roy Donner and Baton Tennant. Attend Sidney Meeting Feb. 8 The Malvern-Randolph Parrish was represented at the New Curriculum conference conducted by Dr. Win. Harless, Ames, and the Rev. L. L. Bond, Greenfield, at Sidney, Feb. 8 by ten from Malvern and six from Randolph. Additional Sports i News of the Churches GLENWOOD RAMS NOSE OUT ORIOLES Malvern Orioles fell to the Glenwood Rams at Glenwood Friday night for the second time this year, 34-32. Glenwood grabbed a good lead the initial stanza, 10-2. In the second canto, Malvern outplayed the hosts but the Rams increased the lead 22-14. In the- third period Malvern hit their stride with a hot streak by Lincoln, neting them a 26-25 lead.. Lincoln was top scorer for both teams neting 18. Houser, Mc- Cluro and Robinson each scored 4 for the Orioles. Hughes and Osterholm were high scorers for the hosts, with 15 'and 11 respectively. In the curtain raiser Malvern reserves went down to the Rams 26-19. Glenwood led 15-7 at the half. StogdUl of the visitors was high with S, followed by Robinson and Anderson with 4. Hammers and Thomas of the winners made 6, McDole 5 and Hoffman 4. St. John's Lutheran Church I'aul (ilahun, 1'u.stor Sunday school at 9:30. Church communion service at 10:30. Tuesday, 8:30 p. m, Walther League. Thursday evening, choir rehearsal. CHAMPION HILL The Women's study group met at the church last Thursday. Mrs. F. G. Kochersperger entertained her Sunday school class at a party at her home Saturday. Present were Max Miley of Omaha. Charlene Bulington, Grace Kellenbarger, Evelyn Jeanne McLain and Merrill Allen. •-- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Grlffen The Presbyterian Church J. M, Strong, Minister R. L. Campbell, H, 8. Bupt. Mrs. Max Ik-nton, Choir Director Church school at 10 a. m. Common worship at 11 a. m. Choir practice every Thursday evening. Feb. 15, Fellowship supper at 7 p. m., "pitch-in" affair, followed by the annual business meeting of the congregation. Baptist Church Kev. Wni. Baker, Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Classes for all and competent teachers for all. Morning worship at 11. Theme '"A Place Where God c*n not MALVERN UPSETS TWO TREYOR QUINTS The Malvern Orioles tread on Treynor's toes 31-29 Tuesday evening when they met on the local floor. At the half Treynor led 22-15 and at one time during the evening led the Orioles by 9 points. Malvern's Lincoln led the scorers with 14 points. McClure and Houser followed for the Ortolea with 6 and 5. Bryant, who fouled out in the final period, scored 11 for the losers, Mann made 10. Malvern reserves held the Treynor seconds for a 24-20 win. Pour fellows. Stogdill Hixon, Thaller and Adams, of the reserves team took an early trip from the floor via fouls, with 44 called on Malvern during the game. Stogdill threw 11 and Thaller 4 for Malvern. Danker of Treynor nabbed 7 and Sperry 5. v , Starr 6 and Xagel 4. Lawr'•.',<•(• of tbb ho,,!» made 9 followed ti.v F. Williams vith ?>. The question is: Will you be ready? Does your tractor or implements need repair? How about a motor tune-up overhaul complete rebuilding, welding, adjusting? ' ' Now is the time to check user your njuipmtnt and let OUT mechanics give you an expert repair job. Our nun arc trained to give you factory-appro\cd senkc. Think of the time you'll save wht-o time reaily counts. Put your job at the head of the list by bringing it b early or schedule it by phone. J> fllLIS CHflLMERS SALfcS AND SERVICE T. L. Salyers Fk*n* 3031 silver «'il.\ Itoiiilx-r,., 1 all to Sidney .|(t-:{.-i Monday c-vt-uin;; at Silver City ii"- liuiniuTri went down to a \i.-iiinK cn-v.- 4ti-.'if>.. Sidney grabb-.-d au tarly It-ad ^in.i rftaijii.-d it throughout the bout, although Silver City wa.y witiiin 2 jioiius of the visitors .••i.-v-i-ral times. Sidney led 24-20 B. Jones made 13 for the Bombers, Melville scored 21 for Sidney. Silver City girls retaliated with a 38-27 victory" over Sidney girls. The Blugglah game was never 4n doubt suiter >he /irat period lead, 16-9, except for a challenge once In the first half. Silver City led 22-16 at the half. Carita Kruse made 19 for Silver City, Melville toased 17 for the loners. (More •port* o» extra page) I la Hamilton invites everyone to attend the prayer meetings eai'li KrMay evening and the regular si , M,- t . each Sunday at 7:30 p. in. Sai,ir.!.iy evening neighbors sui'1-riM.-ii Mrs. Chas. Hail on her birthday. The evening was spent playing < ards and vi:.-itiu(,'. Mr. uii j Mrs, Kalph Hall. iJan- ny, and Susan Lambert were in Omaha Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hall and «ore dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mitchell of Emerson. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Boos were Malvern and Red Oak callers on Saturday. Mr. and Mm. Ike Gustin were sueata in the home of Mr. and Mra. Clifford Gustin, Saturday. They helped their granddaughter Carol Ann celebrate her birthday. Ice cream and chocolate cake were served. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Boos were dinner gae«t» la the Boos home in £&a«reoa Thursday night. Ttealerfc • Salyers Auto Co. Phone 3031 Malverm of good Shorthorn Steers of the same weight. Other odd head of good *teers and heifers. Any type of cattle that you want. We have them every Saturday. STOCK HOGS We are expecting a good run of feeder shoat* this week. A bunch of Spotted shoats wt. 100-125 Ibs. Other shoats and odd heads. A «uod place to buy your feeder shoaU. FAT HOGS We are buymg fat hog. every day. Top prices, efficient service and prompt weighing assures you the mo*t for your fat hogs right at home! Call 3701 or bring them in! CONSIGN YOUR LIVESTOCK TO THIS SALEs" BARN SALE SATURDAY

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