The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on February 19, 1948 · Page 8
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*AGE EIGHT f HE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, FEBRUARY 19, 1948 News of Silver City Mrs. M. J. Hiimston Kntrrtalns W. 8. C. 8. Sowing Circle The W. S. C. S. Sewing Circle and study group met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. J. Humston with 16 present. Mrs. Fern Burgoin continued the review of tho book "10,000 years." A story of Methodism in China. Baptist Kensington Guests of Mrs. Carrie MrChiro Girl Scouts Enjoy Valentine Box and Tarty Rose Marie Williams Pledged to Delta Zeta Sorority Miss Rose Marie Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williams, of Silver City, has pledged to Delta Zeta sorority, National social sorority on the Nebraska Wesleyan Campus. Miss The Baptist Ladies Kensington met Wednesday home of Mrs. with Mrs. Anna McCoy assistant In addition to the regular girl Williams was one of 70 freshmen scout meeting Wednesday after- women pledged by four campus afternoon at the noon tne troop and their leaders, social groups at the close of the Carrie McClure Grace McNay and Elizabeth Me- first semester. Miss Williams, a Mahon, enjoyed a valentine box graduate of Silver City high hostess. Mrs. Cliff Stewart pre- nn(1 par ty. Wava Stewart, Gladys school, is also connected with the sided at tho meeting in the ab- Knight and Jane Rew were the senco of the president, Mrs. Etta re f res hment committee. They ser- Mrs. Ezza Pullman and sister, Mrs. Ora Little of Lincoln, Nebr., and the latter's son, Blair of Wisconsin, was in town Sunday calling on friends. Gail Burgoin has returned home following a three weeks vacation trip to California. Anderson. gram was A Lincoln Day pro- ve(1 jcc cream an d ca k e . The troop presented. The next o ffj cer s are chairman, Jean Bail- Y. W. C. A. and Methodist Fellowship on the Wesleyan Campus. meeting will be a work meeting ey; secretary, Florence at the home of Mrs. J. R. Hen- S e r 'ibe, Gladys Knight, drix. Mr. and Mrs. George Carlson Faftr; spent Sunday in Blair, Nebr., •with Mr. Carlson's mother, Mrs. E. M. Carlson. Mrs. Alice Stewart of Glenwood is spending the week at, the home of her son, Cliff and family. STOODITE /Viaffe/Sure Method for Prolonging PtOWSHARC LIF£! Honor Friends at Farewell Party A group of neighbors and Stewart friends gathered at the Ingraham school house Wednesday evening for a farewell party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shelby and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Stude, and family. The group enjoyed a pot luck supper and played pinochle. W.ld a tlHlt STOODITE f* ytvr pfew polnli and tdgti and you'rt itl for • fvll !•*• i«n of plowing. No mor» urm«»iMPry fcrglnf •nd tKorpcning txptnttt — no mar* bit Hm« . for replacing worn plowtharti! STOODITE koopt iharoi ovt >• litt, prtv«nli !«*« ft Mellon, leoun lo mirror-Ilka lurfcxtt and mahot thorti . lflf-iharp«n!ng. Whtn STOOOITE Anally wtort •way, iharoi can bt rt-STOOOITEO two or Htro« Until 5 TIMES MORE WEAR RESISTANT — STOOOITE it a ipocial alloy applied by o»y •telyleno welding thai hoi enctplionally high rvtiitonto lo oarlh obraiion. STOODITED plow- tharti evllatl unprotected iharti by Kvo timti — itay iharp 25 lo 30 limtl longer! 20 YEARS' PROOF- STOODITE hoi been uted by tuccetiful (arncrt in alt parlt of the country (or more than 20 yeori. Bring in your plowshares and other farm implements for Stooditing. Prompt service. Free literature. BRING IN YOUR DISC Sharpening WORK NOW We can take care of this and have your equipment ready to go when you need it. GOOD STOCK OF SOFT CENTER PLOW SHARES Don't delay in getting all of your farm machinery in repair just as-soon as possible. Our big efficient shop, good equipment and skilled help will do the job for you. Phone 3521 Crum & Djureen Malvern Charles Collier Dies in Council Bluffs Charles A. Collier 75, died Saturday in a Council Bluffs convalescent home. A native of Indiana, Mr. Collins had lived for 27 years in Council Bluffs. He is survived by two sons, John of Malvern and . Junior of Council Bluffs; two Spending the week end at the daughters, Mrs. Daisy Sullivan C. C. Clipson homo were Misses and Amanda of Seattle, Wash., a sister, Mrs. W. G. Stogdill of Malvern, a brother, Jason Collier of Davenport and two granddaughters. Funeral Mary Clipson and Lois Myers, students at Wesleyan, Lincoln, Nebr., Miss Helen Clipson, Omaha and Dick Clipson, Nebraska State University. Among those from Silver City, attending the Producers Livestock services were held in the Cutler Funeral Home Tuesday, at 3:30 p. m. with burial The new 1948 series F-8 Ford 3-ton truck with 195- inch wheelbase is the largest truck ever built by the Ford Motor Company. The new 1948 truck line offers • wider range of models and capacities than ever before. They are powered by three hew truck engines—a 95- horsepower six-cylinder engine, a 100-horeepower V-8 and a 145-horsepower V-8. cil Bluffs. Mitt's County SPORTS Marketing Association dinner at In the Fairview cemetery in Coun- the Fontenelle Hotel in Omaha, Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maddocks, sr. Rev. John C. Turner, Erma Parman, Fern Rew and Blanche Golt attended the Methodist Missionary Institute, Wednesday at the Methodist church in Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Bunton have returned to their home at Caldwell, Ida., after visiting the past six weeks with the latter's moMier, Mrs. Margaret Plumer, and other relatives. Emerson's Ozlas grabbed 25 of Silver City Boys her team's points. B. Clark scor- Rounded by Treynor ed 10 for Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Plerson and Joyce went to Lincoln Sunday to MALVERN DROPS TO VISITING HENDERSON Malvern Loses to County Champs 31-25 After Tied Most of Game again play host to a tournament Feb. 23-27, when cage fans will Henderson's quint proved they gather to witness one of the 96 Friday night Treynor handed see Ray Lathrop who Is In the the Silver City Bombers their veterans hospital there for ob- second loss on the Bomber's servatlon and treatment. They floor, 48-25. found him somewhat Improved. The rough bout started good The extension meeting to be but before the end of the initial presented by Miss Lucille Stubbs period the lofty Traynor quint got Feb. 25 has been changed to the out of hand and poured It on. kitchen arrangement lesson at Treynor led 26-10 at tho half. the home of Mrs. John Clark, to i^I^KX^rV^ fiL n«f Mann of the vi " Uors Peppered start at 1 p. m. The furniture ar- lowa Dcnooi tor tne uear ,„ „, „„,, T „„,„ „ ,, ,„ ,„. ran gement lesson will be given March 10 at the home of Mrs. Clinton Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Parker were SECTIONAL TOURNEY TO START MONDAY AT GLENWOOD First Night to Pair Malvern Orioles vs in 24 and J. Mills scored 12 for Glenwood high school will the hosts. Silver City romped over Iowa School for the deaf girls 44-15 Lee Deitchler, student at State really earned the title of county Iowa High School Boy's Sectionals clty g , rlB neld the V 'j a j tor8 In the curtain raiser. The Silver P ests ' or . Sunday dinner at the the week end Mr. and Mrs. champs Friday night when they came back to win 31-25 over the Malvern Orioles after the Orioles Mon- led through the first half. University, spent with his parents, Harvey Deitchler. The Masonic Circle met day night In the Masonic Hall, with around 65 in attendance. Tho first degree was conferred upon Albert Miller and Alfred Cohering. Visitors were present from Emerson, Tabor, Malvern and Glenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carlson entertained at dinner Friday for ably. Stenger, the dribbling kid, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Heckman of Glenwood and O. II. Heckman of Ilrookfleld, Mo. Mrs. Anna Rlggins suffered a fractured right wrist when she fell on tho Ice Tuesday. Members from the Silver City Chapter attending the O. E. S. school of Instruction at Malvern, Monday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Mark Swarts, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Skerritt, Mrs. Mae Hill, sponsored this year by the Iowa High School Boy's Athletic Association. Classes B and A will appear and parings Include: Monday night, Class B—Emerson versus Hastings at 7:00; Pacific June- Henderson passes couldn't seem to connect the first half which ended 11-11, but the Henderson lads came back rejuvenat- tlon versus Silver City at 8:15; ed and pushed ahead to round the Class A—Malvern versus I. 8. D. Orioles In fine fashion. Although at 9:30. Wednesday night, St. Malvern was able to hold down Francis versus winner of first less the first and third periode and led 22-11 at the half. Carita Kruse tossed 22 for'the winners. Lois Bert made 8 and Pat Sullivan 6 for I. S. D. home of their son Floyd south of Malvern. Mr. and Mrs. Lorance Lisle and Nancy visited over the week end with Virginia and grandparents at Camdenton, Mo. "Qo to church Sunday" was very successful at Wesley Chapel ] with an attendance of 55. Everyone IB urged to attend for the special services through Easter ! Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Parker and Donald entertained at supper Slump and Pende'rgraft consider- round class B, at 7:30, Hender- Anderson Township Meeting son versus winner of second ot Wcwley Church Feb. 13 was a little fast for the Orioles, of class B. Friday night finals Anderson township meeting Tue8da X n *S n t the Clifford Allely Lincoln of the Orioles and Hv win pair the two wlnners °f Wed ' wa <» held at Wesley Chapel Feb. | am! i y> R a JPh Hostile family and ers Lf Henderson S>okearly'tX "^ "«ht 'or district quallfi- 12 The program consisted of a <»« Lynn Parker family, off the floor by way of fouls. " »" class B and Glenwood versus 4-H report by Mrs Clifford Al- T K.«U. The game was tied "-•> the in- Monda y nl « ht class A winner for lely, a talk by Edwin McGrew on V-ard or lhank* " '~lct qualifier. seasonable crops and Richard We wish to express oar gratl- The district tournament will Allely explained some new Insur- tude to all the kind friends who • ••*•' M«*«»VJ »**»(•» I*LT,* MM Vtl^J JH— ., . . mi»« itlal stanza and Henderson grab- dlstrlct <l uallfler bed a 19-18 lead the third. With four minutes to play the game got a scoring spree that result- stood at -20-20, then Henderson led in the final tally. Stenger of Henderson made 9, Mr*. Verna Rommel, Mrs. Russel slump and Pendergaft racked up Myers, Mrs. Mary Allely, Rev. and Mrs. John Turner, Mrs. George Hiirguln and Mrs. Marvin Goos. Mud Tires \\Vve got a good stock on hand right now when they're must needed. See us for the size you need and you'll save money by getting them here, too. 600-16 — 550-17 — 550-18 — 475-19 — 500-20 Wallpaper New patterns now in. You can get the paper you want from our big stock. o/m The Friendly Store DELBERT O'DELL, Owner. 8 each and Allensworth scored 6. Lincoln of the Orioles looped 8, \Vib Stogdill 7 and Houser 6. In the curtain raiser Henderson again maintained their superiority by getting a 29-26 win. Malvern held a 15-11 half time advantage. Malvern led most of the way in this thriller and Henderson jumped ahead only In the final period. Malvern reserves, who seem to thrive on foul.s, let three go out early because of five each. Robinson and Stogdill turned in good floor games. Jerry Stogdill stored 12 for the Orioles followed by Hixon and Robinson who made 5 each. Parker scored 13 for the, visitors and Sowers 6. be held March 1-6. Admission lor tne Sectional tournament is 50c for adults and 35c for students, tax included. The sectional pairing teams from the southern corner of the state will be at Tabor the same dates, Feb. 23-27. ance now available. The pictures sent flowers at the time of our on "Our Iowa" were very much mother's passing and for tho lov- enjoyed. Refreshments of and coffee were served. cake Mrs. John Clark entertained at a family dinner Thursday of this week in observation of Mr. Clark's 70th birthday. ing kindness expressed to mother through her illness. Marlon Schlueter Lula Humphrey Robert Knight uor nnrgntna In Ui« Want Ada! Silver City Trounces I'aiilii Junction lloys Silvi-r City iie.\viH.«i the Pacific Junction crew 7J-:;:: Tuesday evening at 1'arit'ic Junction. Silver City led 38-14 at Hie half. Scoring van lii.h with Silver City leading iill tt.i.- way. J. Or<i MiaiiiH-it \i-ji for the visiting iiiiinbt-r- and ii. Jones took 21. H. \Vilwin df Hie home team ran uj> liu. In the reserve hoys game Silver f'uy again Hliiijied over a win, this time :u-U. The game was close throughout with Silver City leading 19-11 at the half. H. Mills scored •>$ for the visitors, J. Fisher made 6 for the i losers. Hailing* and Kiucrsoa Divide Game Honors Hastings cage™ dropped the Emerson boys Friday night 25-23 at Emerson. Hastings bad the fray on ice until Emerson came up from a. 15-6 half and 20-10 third period lag to challenge Hastings In the final minutes, (/rouse and Bryan of the visitors each nabbed 8. Edie of Emerson also made 8. Emeraou girls in the curtain- raiser knocked the out-clasaed Hastings girls 68-15. See Our New 10,000 Chick Brooder House. OPEN FOR INSPECTION NOW BY APPOINTMENT ONLY To the Farmer Interested in Raising Broilers: C. A, Swanson & Sons extend to you an invitation to visit our new broiler house located just east of Malvern. We can show you how one man can easily care for 10,000 chicks in this actual demonstration. We want you to see the poultry business of the future for we know that the alert, ambitious farmer will see this as an opportunity for a profitable poultry business, requiring only a fraction of the capital needed for a comparable general farming operation. Please call our plant, phone 2211 Malvern, and we shall be very glad to arrange for you to see our new broiler project where already we have 10,000 chicks in one of our big new brooder houses. C. A. Swanson & Sons Phone 2211 M&lvern mini mini i mmm 11

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