The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on April 22, 1948 · Page 9
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SIR AHAN THE MALERN LEADER. MALVERN. IOWA, APRIL 22, 1948 PAGE SEVEN Stratum Methodist Chwirh Xobel B, Blncknmn, Pnstor. Allen Norton, Superintendent, Morning Worship, 9:*5. Sermon: "The Fullest Eiperi- ence of Salvation." The County Youth Choir will furnish the music for thia morning senrlce. Sunday School, 10:45 a. m. Classes for all ages. The Senior Youth Fellowship ill meet at 7:30 p. m. Sunday, May 2nd is the day of Family week let all the families of the communities be In their own churches together on this and Mother's Day, May 9. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Shaul, Helen and Hobby Fisher wore Sundny dinner Rur-ats in the Arthur Thli»s- chafer home. Later the group drove to (he J. s. Hopple home near Council Bluffs, for th« afternoon. Family IHnnor at Wnt*>rworth Home Sundny A family dinner was hsld at the Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Waterworth home Sunday In honor of Fnrrls Waterworth'n birthday. Besides the children at home others preiwnt were. Mr. and Mr«. Denver Watr-rworth of Jefferson City, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Millard Allely and family of Emerson, Doyal Waterworth of Shenandoah, Martina Wilson of Randolph, Dorothy Waterworth and bntiy of Mii pnM-f,t Mi \Viin » «,,r!f, nii'1 |i-ft Kttti ((f Mnlvr-rn nnd Mr. tj\ f \\«trrw<,rth i\nd )r,f» 'Ih're were 2H .M,<| Mr« Denver .;ui,i- Friday evening <1ny (vft«Tnoi>n. -*(K «f Just Received a Shipment of the Famous Serve! Gas Refrigerators Six and eight foot, Standard and Deluxe Models. Come in and »ee these hard-to-get items while they last. Also — SKELGAS RANGES and AUTOMATIC GAS HOT WATER HEATERS. Immediate installations. Malvern Albert Seipold, Dealer COOKING LIGHT! NO WAIBR-H EATING REFRIGERATION,, SERVICE Phones: Office 5431 Res. 4243 f«nr«l«-n flub fiii«-*( Mr*. VMor Norton Tlu- fiard<-n club met last ThurBday nftf-rnoon at the. home. of Mri>. Victor Norton. Co-hos- teRBf-s were Mr«. John Bayes and Mrs. Clifford Stlllo. There -were 37 members and two RucBtfl pre»- f-nt. The KURBIB were Mrs. Marvin Hrlley and Mrs. Fender. Holl call was answered by d&- fribing their Kaster bonnets. Mailnc Shook read nn article on curtain care. Mrs. Hert Shaul Rav<- two short articles for current events. Mrs. Ernest Weder- qviBt was in charge of tho entertainment. A delicious luncheon of strawberry fhortcake with whipped cream, nuts and coffee was served. Most of the corsages were of white roses and gardenias. The cenior colors are preen and white and their flower is the white rose. The junior colors are blue and silver and their flower is the gardenia. After the banquet the group FUNERAL SERVICES FOR GORDON BROWN TNURS, Funeral services were hold in (ho Mansfield Funeral Homo last Thursday nt ?:;!0 \i. m , for Gordon Brown, conducted by the divided, attending different then- 1{ ' iy - I-cster Malnnel of Red Oa.k. t»r>. Friends Stirprtsc Mrs. Krcrvtt Glpo on Birthday Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lemonds, Music was furnished by Mr?. Dudley Conner, accompanied tiy Mrs. J. E. Ellison. Tall bearers were Kenneth and Ray Darts, Mr. Kahn, Henry Munsterman, Ker- Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kler, Mr. "lit Hlilyer, Tom Baslee. and Mrs. Dallas elites, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gorman, Mr. and Mrs. Hermit HiJlyer and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Curtia gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Qipe Saturday evening for a surprise party in honor of Mrs. Gipe's birthday. The evening was spent playing cards. Refreshments ot sandwiches, potato chips, two kinds of sons; cake and coffee were served. Mrs. Oaky, Gordon Brown was born Juno 1, 1S9S and passed away at his home southeast of Strahan following a stroke April 12 at the age of 49 years, 10 months and 12 days. Ho leaves to mourn his passing his wife and It children, six of whom are at home: Doyal, Troy, Alfred, Kenneth and twin IMirward of Oklahoma, address unknown, Maxim Mrs Rverette- t5ipe w.i« hoslesft to the S. C P. club at her home Thursday iifternon with S members and ;i Ruosts. Mrs. Charles Cilpe. Mrs. Kay Wolda and Mrs Max Shook present. Mrs. Kllis CiHndio won the door pri?e The hostess served refreshments of apple pie. Ice cream and coffee. Mi. and Mrs Ray Welda had dinner Sunday nt the Brick Inn at Tahor and visittxl Mrs. Mniide Achenbach at Mrs. Hosle Chamberlain's home in Malvern. Mr. and Mrs. KlforUlgo Shook nnd son and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Honk and son visited in the Less Shook home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Uale Ntms nnd Shirley were Sunday afternoon callers in the Melvin Irvin home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Coddington and children took 19 head of hogs to Omaha in their new truck Sunday afternoon. apply ihe (luster bud spray At (ho rieht time .. The cluster hud spray in ap- plictl just ;\s the blosom e-udt Separate an,I before (hey opon. Plums nnd pears reach this stage a few <la>s before apples. Cherrle* usually do not need thn spray. l'reparo th.> ppray hy using three tablespoons of dry lime- sulphur in each gallon of water. Or a cup of liquid lime-sulphur for each " l *. gallons of water caa replace the dry limn sulphur. Raspberries also need th* spray, and should be treated who* the new shoots are just coming out, nnd are about an inch or M> lone. Floyd Gorman baked the birth- n f Indiana, Huth of Missouri and day cake. Junior-Hen for Banquet Held nt Blnrkstono Hotel The junior-senior banquet was held Friday night at the Blackstone hotel in Omaha. The banquet carried out the Dutch theme. The table was decorated with a Dutch hoy and girl with ivy trailing out of a vase across the table. Yellow jonquils decorated the table. Little wooden shoes were used for favors. The program was as follows: Windmills of Holland, Jerry Irvin; The Tulips, Jewel Baslee; Holding the Dike, Supt. Hudtloff; Mary Margaret Stevens read the senior will; Polly Wilson gave the senior class prophecy followed by group singing and a theater party. The four seniors, all girls, are Mary Margaret Stevens, Polly Wilson, Geraldine Gipe and Jewel Haslee. The six juniors are lone Bolton, Doyal Brown, Jerry Irvin. Joan Isom, Gerald Royston and John Wiseman. The juniors and seniors all attended the banquet as also did Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hathaway, Supt. and Mrs. Ben Hudtloff, Mr. and Mrs. Opal Bayes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Middleswart, Miss Helen Ann Stcvesson and Mrs. Grace Bullard. Will it PAY to Raise Chickens This Year? Fact 1, FEED PRICES HAVE DROPPED! Prospects for a wheat crop are good as well as for corn. There is less livestock in the U. S. — which means less demand for feed. 2, PRICES OF EGGS AND POULTRY ARE STILL GUARANTEED BY THE GOVERNMENT! One of two things must happen: Markets must (and are) improve of their own accord or the government must buy enough to bring the national average for the year up to the guaranteed level — 90% of parity for both poultry and eggs. THAT'S THE LAW. 3, THERE WILL BE 12 TO 16 POUNDS LESS RED MEAT FOR EVERY PERSON IN THE U. S, That's what the U. S. Department of Agriculture predicts. That means a greater demand for poultry and eggs. 4, THE TURKEY CROP (S EXPECTED TO BE THE SMALLEST SINCE 1938! Official estimates say lS r > less than last year. The manager of one of the largest turkey .associations says growers may cut back production as much as 30 to -\() c '> . 5, CHICK SALES HAVE BEEN SMALLER UP TO NOW. Not only in this immediate area but elsewhere fewer chicks are being brooded. That has already influenced better prices. THERE'S STILL TIME TO START A PROFITABLE POULTRY CROP FOR YOUR FARM. EVERY INDICATION POINTS TO HIGHER PRICES FOR EGGS AN9 POULTRY AND LOWER COST FOR FEED. See us today for the chicks you need Don't Miss the Poultry Profits This Year Swan son's Hatchery i Phone 2211 C. A. SWANSON & SONS MaJvern Mr. and Mrs. Omar Cozad and two children were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Kd Laiiphlin of Malvern. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Croiisc visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newell Sunday evening. The windbreak demonstration held at the Charles Kayton farm Monday afternoon was supervised by Mr. Campbell of Ames. They set out 150 trees, the black hill spruce, Austrian pine and the Douglas fir. Mrs. Charles Kayton's father, A. L. Carley, of Macedonia was a Monday visitor in the Kayton home. Mr. and Mrs. Duward Brown and two children of Oklahoma are visiting Mr. Brown's mother, Mrs. Gordon Brown. Mrs. Gordon Brown's daughter of Missouri is spending a few days visiting here. Mrs. C. C. Harms and family of Shennndoah spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom liash-o and family. Glenn Haslee spent the week end nt the home of IIJH parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom liasleo, and Saturday night and Sunday with Tharcn Bolton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hillyer drove to Carson to visit Mr. Hillyer's brother John Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hichard Wiseman and son spent Sunday with Mrs. Kim a Wiseman. Mrs. Elma Wiseman's mother liafl been visiting her a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kayton and Mrs. Henry Ninis were in Council Bluffs last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom White cele- Hasil near Strahan. Burial was in the cemetery. Hastings Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoy Smith nnd baby were Wednesday supper guests in the Kills Urindle home. CLUSTER BUD ORCHARD SPRAY IMPORTANT It will pay you to watch your trees carefully and he ready to Slash Rnrninfc Benefit* Slash burning is a method of noM* mizing fire dancer on cut-over areM by disposing of the accumulation ol tree tops, limbs, windfalls, dead underbrush arid other debris, which If on the ground after logging. The burning must be done in small uniti and is s.ifcst when the slash is damp from recent rains er snowfalls. Slash burning is unnecessary in many forest regions. HELP! HELP! Tlir Iiomlor is unvious to ol>- (nln 11 IHMVS correspondent for (he Stralian vicinity as Mrs. Tom White, uho 1m* helped us \vltl» tills for several years, finds (hat she no longer Is able to do so. If you HIT interested in the 1 work, or know of someone wlio niny lu», we sliall appreciate it very much If you will call The leader office so we can discuss llie work. TIIK .M.\I,VI:K\ M;AI»KK Mrs. Tom Hrown's mother, rU>ulah ThuniKui, brothers, Harold ami George, nephew Hob, and cousins Paul and David Thiirman of Grant City, Mo. spent the week end in the Tom I'.vown home. Mr. and Mr.-;. Xeno I'.ass took Mrs. Walter Itohorts and Mrs. Kminett (iipo to Council (Hull's Sunday morning to 1:0 by bus to N'owion u here they joined Mrs. Miirjorin Hudoval and are attending Hiblo school for Itilde school leaders this week. While in Council HluiTs Mr. and Mrs. Bass visited Mr. and Mrs. Kich- iird Throckinortoii. Mr. and Mrs. F.vorett Gipe and children were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. mid Mrs. Amick of Henderson. Tuesday evening Mrs. Gipe received ;i message brated their 37th wedding mini- death of her father, veraaxy Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dehl and Nellie. Fisher wore Sunday evening guests In the Shaul home. Marion Gard and daughter, Doris were guests In the Uobt. Shaul home Monday. Patty Kier was hostess to the youth group Sunday evening. There were nine members j>ros- cnt. Miss Kler nerved ice cream, cake and pop. Mrs. Clara Shaffar received a cook hook, Hoyiil Neighbors of America, from her son Hay for a Mother's day gift. Hay owns a photo and praaa shop in Powers Ore. The 4-H club will meet Saturday, April 24, at the Harold Isom home. Mr. and Mrs. Jarwi Wood fill Charles of the Charles Moon, of Terrell, Tex. This means tho loss of both of Mrs. Gipe'? parents. Her father was 91 years of :»g<> and quite feeble but a faithful pioneer. Mrs. (Jlpc had ft bouquet of white and yellow snajnlra.irons and dainly pink Kliidlolus with ferns at the church services here Sunday morning as a memorial to the meniorv ol' her father. At the home of Mr. and Mis. <;uy Uriudle, sr., Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. (!uy Crindle. jr. and family of lied Oak uho were' dinner quests; Mr. and Mrs. Mildred Curtis afternoon quests and Mr. and Mrs. Kills Crindle and daughter and .loselle Isom were quests in t lie evening- Mr, and .Mrs. Arthur Hlunt and family of Omaha spent the week Have You discarded your heavy underwear, removed the storm windows and put on the screens? Probably, but . . . Have You had your car summerized? New cars are still as hard to K<»1 as ever. Your car has just j.v*>ne through a tmijjrli winter — insure yourself for a pleasant summer and vacation of motoring pleasure. Check this list against your car — It will need: • Change, of gear lubricants. • Change to summer oils • Wheel hearings repacked • Complete brake service • Battery and ignition service • Complete motor and body tune-up Your Car Deserves the Best Now More than Any Time Before. Bros. Cfiev. Co. Also Offering You Dealership in Oldsmobile Ph. 424 Glenwood and daughter were Sunday Clients end at the home of Mr. and Mr of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Tomlinson near lied Oak. Donald Loske and Jack Bowi-n were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gorman. Mr. and Mrs. Honald Kier were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gorman near Hastings. Mrs. Junior Ijtughltn and children visited Mrs. Dale Ninis and Shirley Lee lust Thursday afternoon. Mable White made a business trip to Glenwotxi last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cine were shopping In Omaha Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. I.yl took Mrs, Walter Hubert inda Thursday to \isit Mr. and Mrs. htr .Saturday. Mr. and Mr.--. Marlii Robert liltint and children. Mrs. Hob Hlunt was a guest at the Social Neighbor club at Mrs Ann Fulton's home at Tabor Wednesday. Mrs. Hlunt was a former member. Tin; finance committee met at the church for a pot luck dinner Sunday and laid out financial plans for the rest of the year and the coming year. Mrs. Marvin Woodfill and Hob bie and Mrs. Joe llatbawav and 1'aul attended an extension meeting at the home of Mrs. Hill Hayes Tuesday. Miss I.ncillr stulibs pre a program o Sati-fy." '' re v, ill l-.e a >n n- presented li.v ami L'li U' bile Cb .111 V, Jin ,| 3 MORE BIG DAYS flradl dau-'ht.--r Mr ui:,1 and Arthur dinner qu I.tmouds home. Mr. and Mrs Id. want and Mr, and Mr* charle... j-:,-.y and Charles jr. att.-i.ded :t ia; pathreum at tin- \V .1 Kiij ,,,ii home in Kaudolph Frida Attending the biiihd.v, at the borne ut Mr. and Mt>. iiu •Summers Friday ••vetiiui-. ia hon or of Mr.s. .Summers' hirth,l; were Mr. and Mrs Wilbur and family, opal Invin. Hi, h.-.r.l and Alvie Vance. Mr. a.nd Mrs. Hov.ard Kay|..u aueniifcd the Ki icndship Club dinner at the Hurt Arm.strutii? Sunday. ^ Sunday tveujug calU-rs at tin- Wilbur Young home wi.re Mr. and Mrs. Jiraef \Yiit t ilcl 'bi '-• and Mrs Blanch J J ei..-r.-iun Bluff*. Mr. and Mrs. J. .. and Mr.s. Ji)au.:h J '.. Council J-iluff.-, wt-r..- Sund itOTri )U til'.- Ll.-;: 3 If. i. 1 . h. .. I ion nil.- G>->.and Saturda and Larry (,ij Mr.-. Ha i a!i tt;l«.-lilii.i!i.j ra lit-r >,,.,ii an.J LOWEST PUCES IN YEARS! B. F. Goodrich Silvertowns Convcnlant Term l Avaifobl* 1.50 Down 1.2} a Wcok ervice Ph. -4901 Malvern M

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