The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on May 27, 1948 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, May 27, 1948
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FACE FOUR THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN. IOWA. MAY 27, IMS Malvern Business Houses will be Closed Monday, May 31 •••• ^^^VBMSHBB ^" ^W^^ ™™» " '" • — - — — As Memorial Day falls on Sunday, the holiday will be observed on Monday by the following: TENNANT SHOP GAMBLE STORE COLLINS DRUG CO. MULHOLLAND GROCERY IOWA POWER & LIGHT CO. LANDIS HARDWARE STORE BRADLEY 5c to $1 STORE J. E. RANDERSON, Clothier MANSFIELD'S MALVERN BEAUTY SHOP MALVERN TRUST & SAVINGS RI OFDFI HARDWARE BANK PA?lsERVICE CO LINCOLN PLUMBING SHOP DEARDORFFS GROCERY NEILL'S RECREATION PARLOR TALBOTT INSURANCE AGENCYLEHMAN GROCERY J H. BECKWITH INSURANCE SEXTON'S JOHNSON'S GROCERY FRED HALL'S SHOE STORE MALVERN SKELGAS SERVICE GREEN BAY LUMBER CO. RED & WHITE STORE ADAMS' BARBER SHOP GEARHART LUMBER CO. SALYERS AUTO CO. BATES-COLLEN ELEVATOR CO. T. L. SALYERS GOOD GRAIN CO. MODERN CLEANERS POWELL ELECTRIC & APPLIANCE SCHULTZ BROS. IMPLEMENT In order to provide service to farmer* these businesses will be OPEN Monday morning: CRUM & DJUREEN BLACKSMITH SHOP HALL & SON BLACKSMITH SHOP The BREEDING IMPLEMENT & MOTOR CO. will be open all day 1MOGENE Mrs. Grot-pe Adams has been confined to her home the- past week with Illness. She is improving somewhat at this writing. The John Blunt Construction Co. of Ottumwa arrived here the past week to resume the road- \vork they were unable to finish last fall. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Narke and family of Omaha spent Sunday here with her mother. Mrs. Fanny McGargill. and other relatives. Mrs Mary Ptckerall of Chicago arrived Monday for a visit with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bussard Republican Candidate for State Senator _ in the eighth Senatorial District, composed of Mills and Montgomery counties, subject to the will of the Republican voters at the Repub- lican primary election on Monday, June 7. The support of the electorate will be appreciated. O.N.HULTMAN Stanton, Iowa H. R. Kutcltpr rntolies Six Pound. 13 Oz. Blue rnt Fishing is one of B. R. Butcher's favorite sports and one night last week he went fishing on Walnut creek and caught a blue catfish weighing six pounds, 13 ozs. While taking it off the hook it bit him and since he has been suffering with an infection that is very painful. Imogen? Wins from Rivrrton in Sunday Game Imogene did not go to Riverton Sunday to play ball as was scheduled as a two inch rain fell at Riverton and the diamond was in no condition for the game. We were not blessed with any rain so the team came up here for • the game and took a terrible defeat as the score was IS — 1 in favor of Imogene. Johnnie Hughes was catcher Sunday and Joe Dorsey and Jlm- mie Skahill pitched. Joe Dorsey injured his hand which is very painful. Bill Ditmars sr. was the umpire. Jim Lynch was badly bitten on the leg by a dog while going to his home from down town Sunday evening. Mrs. Walt Angus, teacher at Olynn school, closed her school Friday and In the evening had a picnic at 7:30 in the school house with 50 attending. Mrs. Augus has not decided whether or not she will teach al Glynn next year. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Strum and Mrs. Bill Doty spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Septka. Rob't L "Bob" Moore PRIMARY ELECTION JUNE! YOUR VOTE APPRECIATED REPUBLICAN FOR SHERIFF Mills County The office of Sheriff is important to each citizen WE SOLICIT YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT l#^*f+A/**'<*+fl/**^**iPI/***** l Af' Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Butcher and daughter Margaret went to Chll- licothe, Mo., Sunday. Monday evening Miss Margaret attended the prom with her cousin Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kammerer, who was one of the graduates from Chillicothe high school. George Adams had charge of the store during their absence. Mrs. L. E. Gutschenritter accompanied her son George to Columbus, Neb. Saturday where they visited the former's sister- in-law, Mrs. Frank Higgins, and also met George's wife and baby who had spent last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gutschenritter In Kearney, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete McKeon, at Ravenna, Neb. She reports that rain Is badly needed at both places, as crops are suffering and pastures drying up. Mrs. George Sampson and two sons of Fremont, Neb., spent Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Abbott, also Mrs. Martin Hintsch of Villisca. Mrs. Sampson will be remembered here as Wilnia Pike. She will go from here to visit her father, William Pike, at Lovilla. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rawert of Grand Island, Neb., were recent visitors in the E. P. Laughlin home. Mrs. C. B. Abbott went to Villisca Monday night to attend the graduation of her grand daughter, Carolyn Stuelke, who was to have graduated last Thursday night. But, as 12 of the graduates were taken to Waterloo with the National Guard, It wsa postponed. The picture show shown out of doors here the past two years has returned and give a film Friday night. Allen Woods is here from Philadelphia visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Woods and other relatives. Many of h*s friends heard him on a national radio program in Chicago last Thursday. Mr. and Mrt,. Tony Hughes received word that their son Donald who lives in Des Moines and has been employed as assistant superintendent of drivers and chaffeurs licenses for the state of Iowa, has been promoted to superintendent. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carmody of Fremont, Neb., came Saturday night and remained until Monday morning in the home of their dauKhU-r and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Harms. They came to be present at the graduation of their grandson, Tommie Harms. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Regan received word of the adoption of a three months old baby boy, Don- aid Raymond, by their daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Skallberg, residing near Clarinda. Several from here attended the funeral of Mr. Piburn at Malvern Sunday. He was a cousin of the • Addys. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Addy sr. left Friday for Rochester, Minn., to see their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Civile Addy jr., of Omaha who is ' suffering from a skin infection and has been there for the past uvek or more. Her husband is staying in Rochester to be near lu r. Her mother, Mrs. Tis^he. oi Omaha accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Addy to Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Uurke Jordon and lii-, mother, Mrs. Frank Jordon, came from Baldwin City, Kau., .Saturday and visited over the week end with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jor- doa. George Lawrence who spent several weeks here last year as a relief station agent at the \Va- bash depot and is now serving a= relief agent at Malveru, caine Saturday for a week end visit \vith Mrs. Joe McGargill and Joe. MS so Gt-raidine Laughlin clos- her school at Keystone last Friday and went to Mi-Combs t-ark in Shenandoah whore they held a picnic. Miss Laughliu has 10.11 jih I at KejbtoiK- for several ..•fiii'n and will return (here next T. P. Mailer of near Gravity rain'-- huuii.- over thi. \\et-k end un.j brought two ui hi.- neighbor buys. Ronald McKay usid t'arlou Ask era. over and enjoyed a visit with ].-'. J. auJ Thomas jr. St. Patricks Graduation at 8 O'clock Mass Sunday Although the weather was threatening Sunday morning a large crowd came to attend mass and the graduation of St. Patricks seniors and eighth grade. Rev. F. W. Doyle delivered the diplomas and Rev. Father Delaney of Creighton university delivered the address which was very appropriate for the occasion. The eighth grade graduates were Anna, Betty and Blllie Me- Gargill, Kenneth Maher, Kenneth Owens and Michael Delehant. Seniors were Thomas Harms, Betty Torpy and Mary Hughes. School closed Friday hut the annual picnic was Tuesday at the fair grounds In Shenandoah. Many from out of town attended graduation. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Clark came up from St. Louis, Mo., Friday and spent the day with her sisters here. They were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Regan, supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Gllmore and the other Saner sisters gathered there to spend the evening. They were over night guests of Mrs. Anna Skahill. Saturday they went to Omaha where they visited until Sunday night with other members of the Saner family. Mrs. Clark will be remembered here as Gertrude Saner. Farragut school closed Friday with a picnic at the school grounds. Graduation was Thursday night and Margaret Butcher, Margaret Ditmars, Arline niers and Jack Skahill were] gene pupils who attended there. Margaret Butcher Jack Skahill were on the roll. Want Ads Pai T. E. SHONKA, M. Physician and Office 3 doors south Empress Theater Phones: Off. 4331, Res. Mrs. C. B. Abbott and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Huttsch ot Villisca and Mrs. L. A. Richards and daughter Leanne of Bellflower, Calif., went to New Market where they met relatives of Conway and Nate Straight of New Market. They had a picnic dinner and did the decorating of the graves ol relatives for next Sunday. Quite a number from here went to Farragut Thursday evening to attend the graduation exercises. J. H. BECKWITH Insurance Phone 2111 36tf. ,And Our Furnace \ WILL BE A 'GREEN COLONIAL V Famous COAL FIRED' FURNACE Colonial's carefully planned installations plus Colonial's top quality assures maximum Comfort . . . Economy and Convenience. ROSS W. BELL & SON Phone 5811 Malvern GREEFI COLOniflL FURhflCE SERVICE FOR SELLING and BUYING LIVESTOCK it's Laverty Bros. Livestock . Commission Co Omaha, Nebr. • GOOD SALES and SERVICE PROMPT RETURNS NITE DELIVERY of CATLE Eatahliahed 1892 BEAUTIFY AMD ECONOWIU WITH LweBrothers 1^* * .. .HAIL IINISH coat covet beauty Lowe Brothers for work and furniture. •Lowe Brothers Paints are TESTED! They're in perfect keej with .the latest in color trends. GREEN BAY LUMBER CO. W. E. Schumann, Mgr. 5651 Malver Dead Animals Removes PROMPT SERVICE South of Highway No. 34 Call RAMSEY'S RENDERING CO. Dial O — Ask for 9000 I North of Highway No. 34 Call OAKLAN RENDERING CO| Phone 4000 We Pay Phone Charges

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