The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on February 19, 1948 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1948
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fAGE FOUR THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, FEBRUARY 19, 1948 Scenes from Courtroom . . as two Former Teachers Appeal Dismissal from Malvern High.School •** m '*&•> coi ho,A OemvoodTne Inv V n,", VP \ M ' " P™* "V" 1 " 0 '' 8 " en «"•'<"«*• F ' «• ' ie ^'^ Carol Johnson, Alice Stephen Matheny and William the hearln K and will render her ha World Herald. as vo ormnr Jvrr te"rl n» M n 1^ r VH ^""' r "T" ."'^ ^ Kl w - R - »- vln P lon »"" Smit "- ""othy Alley and Pat Moyer are shown in the third decision later, is at the extreme -•.••. t ei"' d?«.ml«"l In thn f r,p ^ H"°' i Q •' n 1 J ' I" °f GIenwoo «». Perkins. MHS students attending panel and County Superintendent right. The pictures are printed Wnnt 4ll , ,,„.., uien (jismissai. in the of Oleriwood and School Board In the second picture are Mar- the hearing. •— " _ . , . v . . * . .. _ want /ins I a.v i attending panel and County Superintendent right. The pictures are printed Amy Hammers, who conducted through the courtesy of the Oma- Additional Sports dolph Tuesday evening. Malvern led all the way with the winner never in doubt. Bill Zanders was high scorer for Mal- vevn with 16. Charles Wilhclm and Gene Kuhenking followed Malvern's boys town team de- with 12 each. Boyd Fichter and Town Trnm Hoys Win Malvorn Girls J/ose dol])h. Malvern's hastily organized girl's team went down to Randolph 32-11 in the opening games. Randolph took an early lead and led 20-6 at the half. • -•- - --•-.. ..^...i. viu- v*iin j.t, tr«Lii. iju.>u I-n-incri ou\i Jean N'osekahle tossed 6 and ieated Randolph 51-17 at Ran- Williamson each threw 6 for Ran- Evelyn Bryan 5 for Malvern. Crawford of Randolph looped 14. All proceeds of the games went to the March of Dimes. the season in the annual Junior High and Girl's tournaments. Sis towns. Silver City, Emerson, Glenwood, Henderson, Strahan and Hastings will enter competition in both tourneys while Malvern and Pacific Junction ace have entries in the junior high division. The tournament, sponsored by the Mills County Schoolmasters club, will play Silver City versus Henderson girls the opening night. Empress Theatre Phcne 5821 Malvern THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY - Feb. 19, 20, 21 • SPIRIT OF WEST POINT • -with DOC BLANCHARD and GLEN DAVIS also a CARTOON. Matinee Saturday at 2:30 SUNDAY, MONDAY Feb. 22, 23 • I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now • — A TECHNICOLOR picture with JUNE HAVER and MARK STEVENS. NEWS. COMEDY. MATINEE 2:30 Sunday, Continuous TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY Feb. 24, 25 • ABIES IRISH ROSE • — with JOANNE DRU. Also — • JESSE JAMES RIDES AGAIN • COMING THURS., FRL, SAT., Feb. 26, 27, 28 • LAST OF THE RED MEN • A TECHNICOLOR picture — MALVERN ORIOLES ROUND PLATTSMOUTH Malvern Orioles added another to their list of wins Wednesday night when they downed Plattsmouth 28-25 at Plattsmouth. The first two minutes of the fray Malvern led 6-0 when Plattsmouth broke loose to tie it S-8 at the end of the initial stanza. The lead continued to shuffle between the two teams until at the half they tied 17-17. Malvern came back to up the tally 28-20 the third period. The final chapter Malvern scored no counters but held the home crew to five points for a 28-25 win over the Nebraska lads. The loc.aU lads played a good game showing particularly in defense work. Scoring honors were well divided with Lincoln tops for Mai- Tern with 10. ( Local News ^^® Phone 5551 \ were' callers in the home of Carolyn L. Higgins Wednesday. Dr. Michaelson and Mrs. Mattie Stubblefleld of Glenwood spent Sunday in the home of Carolyn L. Higgins. Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Strong and Carmen went to Sioux City Tuesday for a few days visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Alexander and children, John, David and Carol of West Union, were Wednesday visitors of Mrs. Alexander's mother, Mrs! Zelma Fletcher. Mrs. Fred Durbin has returned to her home here after a three week visit in the Leo Hoefer home in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Coffelt of Omaha were guests for three days of Mr. and Mrs. Don Snyder, returning home Thursday. GIRLS AND JUNIOR HIGH IN COUNTY TOQRNEY Basketball tournament at Silver City March 3-4-5-6 Final School Competition Mills county's girls and junior high teams will meet at Silrer City, March 3-4-5-6 for the final school basketball competition of HKI> IMTTKI) /•* ft SHERRIES /Xf No. U can *fUV GRAPEFRUIT JUICE -10-02. COI1, O J5c PINK SALMON found Tail run. LETTUCE I-»•«(• Head I0c GRAPES Kni|i«Tor, I'ouuiL . HEW CABBAGE I'Utlllll MATCHES N'arfon 29c NAPKINS il5O fount, |>kg__ I9c PEAS -\o. il can, SOUP BEANS )Qp 2 II*H Ar/W HKl.N/ STRAINED BABYFOOD for 29c <'AM.\Y, LH'KUOY AM> I.IX SGAP 2 liars I9c BEANS & FRANKS Phillips, IB-oz. can.. I9c CRUSHED PINEAPPLE \o. 2Va can J9c <K KAN SPRAY APRICOT & l r „ CRANBERRY MIX j DC P'CNIC HAMS Pound TONE BROS. COFFEE Pound HKISZ CATSUP 14-oz. 25= HOMA.N BEAUTY and JONATHAN APPLES 2pounds FRUIT COCKTAIL N'o. 1 can __ PORK STEAK Pound. SIPKKME SALAD WAFERS 2 Ib. Box 25c ssrasa 49° JEILO & PUODINC O for __ JELLO 15 C TKXAS Jl'H'K ORANGES He KRAUT N<*. li!a & v HOMINY till, fj for b 25 M\J OXYDOL & DUZ SLICED BACON GROUND BEEF 49. DEARDORFFS Phone 461. • FRIDAY m*d SATURDAY Clyde Wills of Des Molnes spent the week end In the Lloyd Landis home. Mrs. Marlin Aistrope, who returned Saturday to her home in Compton, Calif., visited last week in the H. P. V. Aistrope home. Mrs. Aistrope -was called to Iowa several weeks ago by the illness of her father, R. C. Hopp of Glenwood. Mrs. G. E. Wolfe left Wednesday for Neola. to risit her daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Juelke and son, Malcom Juelke of Holton, Kans., were dinner guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Slothower. The Juelkea hava been visiting Mrs. Juelke's parents, Mr. and ;Mrs. Elmer Johnson in Glenwood and their daughter. Mrs. Samuel Nelll at Clarinda. W. A. feennett attended a meet- Ing In Omaha, at Crelghton University, Monday night at the American Initiate of Electrical Engineers. Radio station WOW gare the premier showing of television In thia area at this meeting Mrs. Fred Henderson and Mrs. Joe Cary and daughter, Susan Jo of Red Oak were Tuesday guests in the Ben Martin home. Rev. Wm. Baker who has been suffering from a bad cold and the flu was taken much worse late Sunday night and was removed to the Bdmundson hospital in Council Bluffs for treatment. Miss Lois Robinson who has spent the past month with her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Fred C. Robinson, returned to her work in N'eola Sunday. Mrs. Carl Vieth and daughter of Oakland visited Sunday In the Lloyd Landis home. They brought Clyde Wills of Dea Molnes who had been visiting in the Vieth home, with them and he remained for a visit with relatives. Karl Hayes came up Monday from Cladinda for a visit with hia mother, Mrs. Margaret Hayes. Mrs. Hayes fell three weeks ago aiul has lieen ill since, suffering from shock and bruisea. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Adams and Harold spent Sunday in Clarinda. They attended a family dinner at the Wayne Fuller home observing the golden wedding anniversary of Mrs. Adams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. A. Clark moved this week from their farm home near Macedonia to the farm in Peaceville which they purchased from Walter Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Higgins and three children have moved to the J. N. Summers farm north of the viaduct from a farm near Silver City. The children are attending our grade school. Mrs. Rachel Davis, Felix Summers and Mrs. S. 8. Summers of Strahau left Saturday for Newtoa where they are visiting in the Harvey Dolph home. Bob Templeton of the Kansas City School of Art spent the week end with home folka. Mrs. Ralph Conyers returned Saturday night to her home In Chicago after a weeks visit here at thy farm with Mr. and Mra. Garoid Breeding and Mrs. Guy Breeding. Paul Sheirbon of Randolph, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scott of Farragut and Oc-orge Sheirbon of T&pcka, Kan., were guests of Mrs. Belle Allely Monday. Miss Bertha Rhoadea of Glenwood spent th» week end with Mrs. J. H. Suits. Mr. and Mra. Ralph Donuer of Council Bluffs aud Mr. and Mrs. Joe Douner of north of town were Sunday guests of Mra. S. M. Norton. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Beala and daughters of Council Bluffs visited hia parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Beals, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Moyer of Ragan, Neb., visited Malvern friends Tuesday evening. Mrs. Clarence Miller of LeMars visited briefly Monday with her sister, Mrs. F. E. Mulholland. Darla Jean Baucora, who was taken to Mercy hospital in Council Bluffs Wednesday of laat week for treatment of the aftereffects of the flu, Is reported much improved. Her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nelson, visited her at the hospital on Wednesday. The condition of Miss Marlon Bates, who suffered injuries in an auto accident near Waterloo, has improved and hospital attendants reported her dismissal Monday. She had been In the Presbyterian hospital In Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Otha Hyde leaves tonight by train for Denver, where they will spend a -week visiting Mrs. Robert Elliott and Mm. Alton Swain, sisters of Mr. Hyde, Mr* Carolym L. Higgins plans to leaTo next Wednesday for Chicago to visit her brother, and also will TlBlt her sister In Peorla and another brother in Springfield, 111. She plans to go to Minneapolis from there to contact the Veterans Administration. W. H. 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