The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on May 6, 1948 · Page 8
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TMK MAI.VERN I.RAOER, MAi.VRRN. IOWA, MAY ^ Mills OMWIV NUIVIKH mi LOSES GAME WITH HENDERSON SILVER CITY MAlVEftM WINS TRI- CITY TRACK NEET Oriole TnUr First in 7 Event.* Thursday; l.ognn Second The Malvc-rn trad; crew added to their laurel* Tliur-Mnv after noon when they won the local trl- clty trad; meet with HM 'i points. The l.oi;,-in hov.; followed with fiftv. counters and tne <;i«>nwnod Rams nabbed 47. Cardwell took the opeiilnc event, the SMI d.-ish. to bemn ih (1 Orioles' i;roiip of wins. \Vib t''.ni;- <1H1 n.-ihhed the honors in the * broadjnmp with an IS It-. •' '"• tiy. Price hiirl'-d first in , !, hi Id put, the football throw and discus with :',:> ft.. ,"• in< lies, l sr. ft., and 1 II! fl., '•> >"• respectively. Orville Leu raced the mile in 5:LS:fi to win. Malvern's medley relay composed of Junior Martin. Jerry Stogdill, Eugene Wilhelm and Jack Robinson, were timed at 4:»7 to linisii ahead ot their opponents. The complete record of winners through fourth place Is as follows: SSO Cardwell (M), Volz (G), Thaller (ML Leu (M); broadjump - Wlb Stogdill (M-, McC.ee (L>, Price (M). Hubhard d,); 100 McOce (L), Jerry Stogdill (Ml. Nutting «!!. Robinson (Ml and Leonard |L> tied for fourth; shotput - Pi ice (M), Taen/ler i C.). Graham ILK Wib Stogdill (Mi; 440 - - (iliddrn I Ll. Wilhelm (Ml, Martin (M), While ((it; football throw — Price i.MK Ashbauch <Gl, Will .Stogdill (M). Hubbard (L); 220 -- Nutting ((!), Jerry Stogdill (M), Hubbard (D, Robinson (M); mile Leu (M), Thaller (M), Haley (L), White (G); high jump — Wood (L). Price (Ml, Asbangh (Gl, Taen/.ler < G > ; medley relay — Malvern's Martin, Robinson, Jerry Stogdill, Wilhelm Glenwood 2nd; discus-Price (M), Wallace (G), Hansen (L), Graham (L); SSO relay — Logan's McGeo, Leonard. Hansen nnd Johnson, Glenwood 2nd; mile relay — Logan's Pullman, Grap, (Hidden nnd Johnson, Miilvcrn 2nd. M;>!\i-in n-'-,| K.-nm-th Uol-iri-iin on He- initiind ii'iil Charles MI - ci\irf l"-hi!,tl Mie plate. Mrnder- «on's reinlerrraft jiresitlnl over (h<- pil'-he-, 's hex ami ,S|enj;er was in the ratehr-r's 1'lai e. ... r — "TvudeT- in-all struek «m( II for the visilois and Hohinson three. Heiidei son's h<>\ si-ore ended with five rinir-. six hits and no errors. Malvern hail no runs, no hits and two errors. TRACK CREW TO SHENANDOAH SAT. .Several inemhers of Malvern's tvaek siivtad and tlieir coach, Gordon Ovprstropi, will travel to Shenandoah Saturday to compete in the district meet of class B teams there. Mi-mhers of the team who will make the trip include Richard Cardwell, Orville Leu, Lyle Thaller. FOiiKene Wilhelm, Glf-n Price, Jerry BtoKdill, Jack Robinson, Junior Martin, Wil) Stogdill and Kenneth I)ir<l. ttvlo linr ef the K.-V^!\ ne^day :<Hctni>«n at Mr.- Alia Pullman .-i l.-ii r.e ait" ndanco n,-is present AniMivimiUs uifts appeared at the ineetlni; bearing names of the VA- rd>!t* members, from their respective capsule friends, and much gay conjecture was offered as to the Identity ol these mystery pals. With Mrs. Harriett Hendrix as co-hostess, refreshments of sandwiches, pickles, angel custard dessert and coffee were served. Mrs. Kale Maddocks and Mrs. J. K. Mass had charge of the program. Mrs. Letha Jones and family spent Sunday in Griswold at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Conner. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Williams entertained at dinner Sunday for Mrs. Alice Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Schoening and family of Glenwood and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stewart and Sharon of Malvern. f ,oot*Ko\v Kxchanpre ial V Uov u«chm«n «>f rowncil tMwff* «prnt Sunday st Utf homo of hi* drtuehtor, Mrs, J.othft Jonc«, ftnd family. :U IMnwr Mf«. XVnrrf Rnrsotn Kn«rM*«n.« «« MX. VERNON • ^ ! Burgoin of Des Moines spent the week end at her home. Dennett and Sally of Council I! luffs. Mrs. Lawrence Alberts spent several days last week visiting In the Silver City Methodist i hnr<-h Sunday nftornoon Miss Kathleen Alice Hew nnd Lylc W, Loot, exchanged nnptlnl vows. The KC-V. John C, Turner officiated at the double- ring ceremony. While nnd pink lilacs doco- ratod tho nltar and the church, and lilacs tic-d with white ribbons marked the pews. Miss Donna Lee Mott played the wedding music and accompanied the soloist, Miss Frances Clipson who sang "Because" and "I Love You Truly." Miss Joann Adams in white and Miss Katherine Skerritt in rose' grvwns lighted the candles. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Row of Silver City. Her gown of French rose lace over white satin was made in princess lines with seed pearl trimming at the neck line. Her skirt had a three yard train. Her fingertip veil was of white lace and embroidery with a crown of seed pearls. She carried white roses and lillies of the valley on a white bible. Mr. and Mis. Charles Mills en- honor ot Mrs. Mills 1 mother, Mrs. KH*ar.oth Hunt's TSth birthday anniversary. Present were Mrs. Carrie IMcUenpangh and son Oeorpe. Mrs. Hubert Kahoon and children of Omnhn, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Drckor and family and the Charley Mills family. ICIrctod Sect-clary of <"nmp«s 4-H Club Irene Maddocks, n student at Iowa State Teachers college, was elected secretary of the campus 4-H club at a recent meeting. Miss Maddocks will be installed in her new position at a formal banquet May 10. She will hold office during the 1948-49 school rear. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maddocks, Miss Maddocks is a kindergarten - primary student at Teachers college. She is also active in the K. P. club. MM». Ward Vturpnin rntfrtAln- e\1 M i\ family coov>rr;\ti\e dinner Sunday ^n honor of her husband's birthdrt^ anniversary. The serving table was centered with two lovely birthday cakes. Trpsenl were Mrs. Lc-na \VU- lard, Mrs. Mae Nurgoin. Mrs. Margaret Plmrif-r, (tail Ourgoin. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Hurgoln, Mr. and Mr?. Donald Burgoin, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ooos nnd Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hurgoin and Rex. Mr. and Mrs. George Burgoin and Patty, Mrs. Douglas Tyson, Peggy Tyson and Edna Weller and Mr. and Mrs.' Ward Burgoin. Cancer l>rlvo Ponblcs Its Quota Hero The cancer drive sponsored by the Woman's club with Mrs. Harry Adams chairman, reports that $83 have been turned 1n, this being more than double the quota. Mrs. Adams' solicitors were Irene Childs, Ivan Litner, Alice Burgoin, Mae Hill, Elizabeth McMahan and Mrs. Narron. Honor ,1rtttvr<« 4JMU Anniversary «* 1 >t 1.0 Saturday evemriEt Mr. arm .Mrs, Lorun Hover entertained for Mr, and Mrs, James lUircoin's 4Sth \vrddluR anniversary. The rvo- Yiiug Avfts vdrapnntly spont look- Ing at old pictures, visiting nnd cards. The Hover residence is the same house Mr. nnd Mrs. RurRoln were married in and where they spent several years of their early married life. Mrs. Rover and Betty served delicious refreshments of angel food cake, gold cake, ice cream and coffee. Present to enjoy the festivities were the honor guests, Mr. and Mrs. Rew Burgoin and Margarite, Misses Alice Burgoin and 'Ivan Litner, Mrs. Mary Goos, Mr. and Mrs. Vinson Goos, Mrs. Phyllis Skerritt and Marjorie Burgoin of Des Moines and the Boyer fam- Nancy Rommel in a pink formal was flower girl. Georgia Graybill was ring bearer. He carried the two rings on a white satin pillow. The maid of honor, Miss Flor- Kor sale: Customers checks at lOc a pad. Malvern Leader office. 5-tf. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bateman, Coleen and Gerald of Tabor were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Itell and family. Master Gerald remained and, spent Sunday night with (.lie Hell family. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cunninghum were Sunday evening visitors of Mrs. Ida Alberts and family. Miss Joan Vanderpool was an Omaha caller Saturday. She was interviewed at the Clarkson hospital in Omaha and will be a nurses' aid starting about June 1. Miss Letty Stewart near Tabor spent the week end with Vond.i Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Alberts, Rosalie, Carolyn, Lavern and La- vlna were Sunday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rower and Linda near Hwl Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Alberts and F.dward were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice OPKN HOl'HK AT < LA KIND. V STATK HOSPITAL In keeping with National Hos- •"pital Day, the public is invited to open hovise and tour of Clarinda State hospital Sunday, May 9, from 1 to 4 p. m. with a colonial bouquet of spring flowers. The bridesmaids, Betty Leet and John Moore was taken to the Edmundson hospital in Council Bluffs in the Raynor ambulance last Thursday where on Monday he was reported to be somewhat improved. Mrs. Clyde Piatt underwent surgery Tuesday at the Edmundson hospital. She is getting along splendidly and plans to be home at the end of the week. Misses Florence Rafferty and Donna Lee Mott entertained at a pre - nuptial miscellaneous shower last Saturday at the home Mrs. Lillie Robertson, Mrs. Minnie Hays and Mrs. Letha Jones attended the four state I. O. O. F. and Rebekah meeting in Omaha Friday. Mr. and Mrs. K. S. McMahon attended a pinochle party Saturday evening in Omaha at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gain. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Deilchler drove to Ellsworth, Kan., Friday and spent the week end with their son, Kenneth. The Baptist kensington will meet Wednesday with Mrs. Mary Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Art Burgoin have returned from a trip to the Ozarks. Twenty-five were present at the Young Crusaders meeting last Thursday when the group met at the Knickman home. Next meeting will be at the church. Miss Helen Clipson of Omaha and Dick Clipson of Lincoln spent last week end at their home here. Miss Betty Conger of Pennfield, III., left Sunday after spending the past week with her mother, Mrs. Mary Conger, and brother, Joe Conger, who is a patient at St. Joseph hospital in Omaha. Notice of Resolution of Necessity What better gift for the sweetest Mother than -A box of our delicious, tempting chocolates — so rich — so flavorsome — so satisfying. Collins Drug Co. E. W. Knight, owner Malvern Phone 3911 Our New Telephone Number at Malvern is ... 2121 Cali this number to place your order for • TERRACING • BULLDOZING •DRAINAGE WORK Palmer Terracing Co. Malvern TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I?y direction of the Town Council of the Incorporated Town of Malvern. Iowa, notice is hereby given that the following Resolution of Necessity is proposed for passage and adoption by said town council, having been approved by said council on the 4th day ot May, 1948: Be it resolved by the Town Council of the Incorporated Town of Malvern, Iowa, on its own mot ion: That It is deemed necessary and advisable to build, construct and put in place certain improvements as hereinafter described in, upon and along the alley through Block Twenty-eight (28) In said town from the North line of Third Street to the South line of Fourth Street. Said improvement to consist of concrete pavement 20 feet in width and 8 inches thick on the east and west edges nnd C> inches thick in the center. All said pavement to he constructed in strict accordance with plans and specifications therefor prepared by Arnold C. Chrlsten- sen, Civil Engineer, and approved by this council and now on tile in the office of the Town Clerk. That the costs and expenses of making nnd constructing said improvement shall he assessed upon and against all the privately- owned property abutting thereon. lie it further resolved that the above and foregoing improvement is hereby proposed to be made and constructed as hereinbefore set forth and that this proposed resolution, except this paragraph, he iuid the sumo is h"rehy set down for further and final he»r- inn. consideration find determination, at a meeting of the Town Cduncil to lie held on the Till day of June, 19 4 S, at S:0i) o'clock P. M., in the council chamber in the Liberty Memorial Building in said town, and that the Town Clerk he ami he is hereby instructed to cause notice of the pendency of tho above resolul ion, and the time and place when and where said proposed resolution will ho considered for passage, and the objections to the pu.SN.agb thereof and to the construction of said improvements heard, to be. given by publication in the Mal- veru Leader, a newspaper of general circulation published in the town of Malvern, Iowa, in the manner and for the time provided by lusv. The above resolution was approved and ordered placed on die for final action, and notice of the pendency thereof ordered given, thi.s 4th day of May. 1948. K. K. I'ace, Mayor. Attest: Wood ford K. Byington Town Clerk, i.SEA Li That the above resolution will be considered by said Town Council lor passant' at a meeting .to be lu-lil on the 7th day of June, 194s. at s:U'J o'clock P. M.. In the council chamber in the Liberty Memorial Building in *>aid lown, at which time the owners of property Mibjecl to as.M.'oMiieiit for tile coat and expenses of baid j improvement may appear and muko objection to the couteui- a«e of said proposed reholutlou. and >ai<i resolution may al that time be amended and passed, or Dau-d this 4th duy of May, J945. Wuodford U. llyiuK(..;ii 40-J. Town Clerk. colonial bouquets of pink and blue spring flowers. Richard Leet was his brother's best man. They are sons of Mr. . John T. Leet of Glen- shers were Ronald Hurst and Gale Miller of Glenwood. The men wore dark business suits. Baskets of lilacs and tulips decorated the church parlors for the reception. The serving table was overlaid with a white embroidered linen cloth and was decorated by three tiered wedding cake. Pink and white candles in crystal holders and pink and white sweet peas were also used for the table decorations. Mrs. Dora Goos and Mrs. Delbert Leet poured. Mrs. Fern Burgoin cut the wedding cake. Serving were Alice Burgoin, Ona McNay, Ivan Litner. Marjorie Burgoin, Mrs. Erma Parman and Mrs. Ruth Clipson. Mrs. Bessie Hurst had charge of the guest book. The bride and groom left that evening on a short wedding trip. They will be at home in an apartment at 526 7th Ave., Council Bluffs. the bride of ^ l ™ nresent K«e sts were piesent. Classified Ads Pay niversary of the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Bon Harvey, of Malvern Sunday. Jacqueline Fender, three year old twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fender, is reported to be in fair condition at the Mercy hospital where she was taken last Monday after falling from an upstairs window at the Fender home. The little girl suf- Hundreds of Mills Countlans read Your Want Ad every week. RATES Per line, one Insertion lOc Kach subsequent insertion.... 5o Minimum charge 40e An additional service charge of 25c will be made for each blind ad which must be answered at The Leader office. The senior class enjoyed a picnic last Thursday evening at the Glenwood lake park. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Gllman and Mrs. Ollie Gllman of Omaha visited Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Lillie Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. George Bada of San Diego, Cal. are visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Derby and family and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Derby and daughter of Red Oak were dinner guests Sunday In the Hoy Derby home. During the afternoon they visited in the ('. J, Frazier home. Mr. and Mrs. John Hettinger spent the week end in Plalnview, Neb., with the former's sister, Mrs. Addle Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. JameH Kokrda and family. Mrs. Delia Burrows who spent the winter with Mrs. Olllo Gilman in Omaha, has returned to her home here. Her sister, Mrs. Mattie Larrison of Des Moines came to be with her for a while. Mrs. Gertrude Williams, Mrs. Fern Stewart and Mrs. Dora GOOH attended the silver tea and book review at the Henderson Methodist church last Thursday. Mrs, Lena Willard and Mrs. Ward Burgnin returned Saturday from Cozad, Neb., where, they visited tli(3 latter's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Roger Menke, and son Teddy. The annual mother-daughter reception will be Wednesday, May 12, at the Methodist church at 8 p. in. Admission is SOc. Mr. and Mrs. John West of Gri.swold spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hew, and at the home of Mrs. West's brother-in-law a yd .sister, Mr. and Mrs. Uus.sel Myers. Mr. Hew who became ill Saturday was reported Tuesday to be much better. Mr and Mrs Pal Gearhart and children and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gearliail of Malvern spent Sunday in CreMoii at the D. H. Seeger home. Mr., and Mrw Durlon Hecbt, Peggy' and Jerry of Cheyenne, Wyo.. were houuu gueiitB of Mr. and Mr* S'inson Goo* laat week. They were Tuehduy evening dinner K'JfiU at tins home of Mr. and Mr: Hew. liurxoln and Wednesday dinner Kueuta at the home of Mr and MIM. Jameb Burgolu and luncheon KUeulB of Mr«. I'hylll;. Hiifiritl !>m1 Mr* Mary • MISCELLANEOUS • Scnlng Machine Repairing — Singers, Whites, others. Motors to electrify any machine, all work guaranteed. Hascall Variety, Emerson. 33-tf Bring your BATTERIES here for chargrng: AH 6-volt batterieg BOc, all 2-volt batteriee 25c. Gamble Store, Malvern. 3Stf. Exchange bulges for beauty with a Spencer — also improved health and posture. Ph. 5741 or 3G71. Myrtle Rockafellow, Malvern. 42tf Kor sale: 5-room house and 2 lots. Also modern 7-room house, both in Hastings. W. S. Young, insurance, ph. 411, Hastings. p44-g, For snle: Mounted International lister with planter attachment. F. R. Chantry. Ph. 33SI'. p.45-1. Kor sale: Large size Ice Refrigerator. R. B. Tubbs, Emerson. 45 7 1. 1 still have some seed corn for sale. Carlson's and Pioneer. W. S. Young, insurance, ph. 411, Hastings. P44-2 Malvrrn Property for Sale: I have for sale in Malvern several good homes, also some very nice building lots. Can give possession soon. If interested see Andy Berkhimer. Ph. 4392. 44-2. A Full I,lnp of Genuine Parts for J. I. Case tractors and implements; Pontiac cars; Maytag washers; Briggs-Stratton engines. Also, repair parts and service for entire line of Frigidaire products. Our mechanic is an expert on Case tractor service. Mintle Company, Ph. 59, Glenwood. 45-tf. For snip; Fries at $1.10 or $1.50 delivered. Ph. 10-2, John R. Trimble, Henderson. 44-3. llarn for sale: 20 ft. by 24 ft., by 20 ft. high. Lots of good dimension lumber. Floyd Nelll. 45-1. For sale: Used brick. $10 por thousand at Methodist church, Malvern. See -G. B. Wilcox or W. D. Slothower. 45-2. WANTED Furniture for sale: I have for sale the furniture from a three room apartment including an electric refrigerator, electric stove, two beds complete with spring and mattress, rocking chairs, cupboards, cooking utensils and everything you would need to start housekeeping. Must all be sold together and you can also rent the apartment. If interested see Andy Berkhimer. Ph. 4392. 45-1. Wanted: Custom work — disking, listing, plowing and hay baling and chopping. Ph. 29G, Lowell Mooney, Hastings. 42-tf I Have to Hire a Man to help our District Manager handle our increasing business in this community. This work is in line with the program advocated by the Department of Agriculture. Must have car. Permanent work, good pay for man who has had some farm experience. Write c/o this newspaper. Question: What do you do when your farm machinery breaks down? Answer: AMD Off THfSt 4 FOfO MOHIY SAVBtS if G«nuin* Ford Port* if Ferd-traitMd Mcchonics if Factory-opprov*d Methods if Special Ford Equ»pm«fil Tin- O K M keiihlngton Will nii-ei Tn'-'.«Jj> atlei noon. May 11, iii!-,ti-ai| <,t tin- ie|/,uUr date, May 1^, ainl will be al tbu bum to of Mrs (Jiiti-i! I>ovenni>lku. Atleu.liiiK I !:•: H«->n Harvey KoMen *i*J(J!iiK anniversary .Sunday al Malvt-ru wens Mi. uiid Mrs. It W .ituwurl and Juuiily. Mr. und Mi,, jam.u. lluiKoin. Mr. and Mr.'. !(••* ItuiK'ilu und MarjjiirKu, Mr an.I Mi,-. Klo>d Li4*BUU, Mra. Maiy (;<..';» itud Mtu. ViuBun GOOB. Vow Fv<t D*«fcf iwitai to* to katM U Ik* fnt AlMSkiff SutAtJ E«Ml«|H-IIBC MMark LatM to Ik* fa t ThMtef . S»mi»> AttMMMn- MK Mtrak S*» )Mi «mp»p*i tor li»i MM) SALYERS AUTO CO. ph. 3O31 Malvern Bring >t to the, Malvern-Farm Supply. Charlie Rice is the expert mechanic and welder offering you years of experience to insure satisfaction. • SPARE PARTS • Complete Line of • Machine Bolts • Carriage Bolts • Cap Screws * SEED CORN• TEKSEED PFISTER Malvern Farm Supply Ph. 2801 Mike Dunn, Mgr. ' Malvern Dealers for Minneapolis-Moline *

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