The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on May 27, 1948 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, May 27, 1948
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THE MALV&RN LRAPER. MALVfeRK. IOWA. MAY 8* PAGE NVE HENDERSON «..»* Y«wth Mwttn* 33rd Annual Alumni The County Youth Conference Banquet Has 190 Present was held Sunday evening at the > HarNMf, who wvrlw in Omaha, sp^nt th* twk end with horn? folks. Joan nml Tatty MolMidy of Council Hluffs nttcndpd the gradu- hi 2nd In State Discus Throw ation exercise* here Their cousin. Barbara afternoon. Over 40 registered. The church was decorated with bouquets of flowers and a very fine program was enjoyed at both sessions. Mrs. C. H. Amick Is the leader of the group at Henderson. The mothers of the Henderson group served a six o'clock dinner which everyone enjoyed. Oren Andory and family of Ames were guests a few days at the Earl Boileau home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stenger and daughter left on a trip by auto Sunday for Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Phillips celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary May 21. Mrs. Martin Christofferson had dental work done in Omaha, Monday. She remained in Omaha for several days. held Friday evening at the Byers Hall. Nearly 190 were present. Each month of the year was represented by something In the program pertaining to that month. Twelve tables were set for the 12 months of the year and the alumni and their guests were at the table the alumni anniversary occurred on. The tables were very prettily decorated and each table had a large food cake in the center. Some from a distance attended. Ward Shaffer, who was one of the first graduates over 50 years ago, from Lincoln, Neb., was present. A delicious dinner was served by the Methodist Aid. and Mrs. Kenneth Oliver was operated on a few days ago at the Immanuel hospital in Omaha for appendicitis. Mrs. Oliver was Dorothy Owens before her marriage. YOUR ECONOMIC SECURITY ral days. Estellne Harris closed a successful term of school at Shenandoah Friday. Several from here attended the funeral of Mrs.- Gayle Steiner of Red Oak Friday. She was a former resident of Henderson. A. H. Harbor was on the sick list a few days last week. At the Christian aid Wednesday afternoon Rev. bee showed two reels of scenes of Africa. Lmnch was served by Mesdames Claude Holt and Seymore Hen- drlx. The friends of Dr. DeWitt of Macedonia are sorry to hear that he has to stay In bed most of the time and all hope he mends rapid- Mrs. Silvia Achenbaugh had dental work done in Red Oak, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Aliens- worth celebrated their 23rd wedding anniversary, May 21. The American I^cion are LIST RITES HELD MERE FOR I. M. PIBURN Service* Held Sunday for a Long Time Resident of County Services were held in the Mansfield Funeral Home Sunday at 01 on rrioc, recently graduated senior of M. 11. S. and one of the National Ouard member? called to Waterloo last week, took second place honors In the disons nt the state track meet for class tt schools at Ames Saturday. Mo threw the- platter a distance of 132 feet, 1 Inch to nab honors. Tho two mile relay team, com- Joo Mi'ivnnott. former pitcher for the Yankees was in (?lrn- wootl recently to complete plans for the camp. More than l<iO hovs will lie contacted and invited to the 194$ ramp. Several famous hall players. i\ll who have played with the Yankees as well as other Mf E. H. riburn. the Rev. Win. F. ._ .__ Baptist church. Music for the service was furnished by Mrs. W. D. Costello accompanied by Mrs. .T. K. Ellison. Edwin Hamilton, son of James and Sarah Plburn was horn Dee. 30. 1865 on a farm near Brooklyn in Harrison county. Mo. He came to Mills county, Towa in the spring of ISSfi. On March 4, 1890 he was married to Delilah Anna McFarland and they Immediately started farming south east of Hastings, after which he lived on a couple of farms of Adam Glpe until the spring of 1904. Hq then purchased the farm at White Cloud where he lived until his death. He passed away in a Council Bluffs at the Hichard placed seventh in their event and Hichard Cardwpll van ninth in the half mile run later Finances for the teams expenses the tryonts. In addition to McDennott there will he Holly Herser. former Boston Hraves outfielder. Hill Trotter. St. Louis Drowns pitcher. Dutch Schwillinc and perhaps others. A same will lie arranged he- were defrayed by a number of twecn a picked group of tin tn-oups. The student body gave ; enough to pay for their rooms and part of their meals, the "M" clnh paid for the gasoline. Coach Ovorstreet furnished his car and the Malvern Trust and Savings Hank donated enough to pay for Price's transportation from Waterloo to Ames for the meet. Price returned to Waterloo with tho University high school track squad from Cedar Falls Saturday evening. men trying out for the Yankees nnd n '(Meuwooil team This will ho placed the evening of July 2'V Two mm were sinned hy the Yanks last year from the tryout camp at (Jlenwood. They were Uniiny X.andcrs who is playing this year on a Ynnk farm team at Fond On Wis., and ('has. WilHver of Plattsmotith. Neb.. team nt McAllister. Okla. Carroll Hughes, dlenwood high school senior, who lias made a splendid record through his hich school career, has created considerable interest with the Yankee si'onts. Friday for a trip to Oklahoma t« visit relatives and friends. Mesdames Harry Paul and Marie Paul were Red Oak callers Thursday. »» ..... ------ ., .. . r all of whom were with him dur- inp his last Illness. his throo children he Is WRITTEN IN THE SOIL; ProdiictiriiT it out grtiust n»tur»l ttjoutce. BKIUM !l Iie« within the top lew inches of the torfice. it it etiiljr 'mined 1 . . . 'ant mmJ . Yet. we hue been iirippinn the »oil of itt lettilin; «nd oterlooking the l«ctthit ill industr; tod «U life It dependent upon the verr thin skin of the ctnh'i nuftce. Our naique trtwta of free enterprise illows t> untold pthiteiei . . . txJjitt ti urttj imtoui tkliulini. the firit of which it to reuin tnd in; proTt thtt ostem thit hn nude Anenct urtitl To tchitre thii tim we mow ti»e more feriou* .motion «o the welftre of o»r public ichooli. work coopentiirelr totether to (void the necei- titr lor mtrinion, cheriih more deirtr our per- tonal lib«rnr> *> *•*. rmpiiu tm* »'l r**- iMttm itn children'! children. Men who plin be* jrond tomorrow know thti modtrn <n«hod» of igricultyre will *§• fure posterity of fertile* . product^ «oit. Th.i'i why more "<> mort no? ireiiiie farmtf I d«m«od MM MODERN fc"oiJNES.TRACTORV° d POWER UMTS to put coniemiion plin» mto.opmuon. inn know thtt th« MM <rid«nurk M th« "t°*£ui irmbol for qutliw. Modtra Muhuut olfrwHi JipnJMHt} mJmotmj, .. mtchlnti built W do ih. »ork with comfort ,od co»«^t«t... n»cMn« «hit will ladtUDlr economic Kcwitr in ibt toil frtt AJfUtut u*rti»H*i *tm*i tyx*rr* Hktr lullMi tint ATM itmrtJ thi/ttt.Yov n«il do »o« tbtrt la conitnini the l«nd on roof tun lot row>e]f-yo« children tod roar Mil conwrnrion •oihoritni. Malvern Farm Supply Ph. 2801 Mike Dunn, Mgr. Malvern Dealers for Minneapoli»-Molme MM T D Phillips had the misfortune to break two ,-ibs a few davB ago Dr Borre of Red Oak days ago. ur. oone Dyers had charge of the gS oil statin while Dorsey was away for a few days. The first free movie started last Saturday and will ~" tln « through the summer months on Saturday nights. Our Bible Vacation school began Monday. Mr and Mrs. Charles O«P^£ guests Sunday in the C. H. Ameck home. Walter Sowers and son started another oil station a few days ago in the building recently occupied by Orlo Harris. »,„,„,„„.„ Vera Braden has been helping in the drug store during Mr. and Mrs. Stenger's absence. Several were present at tne MethodlBt aid Thursday afternoon and a social time .was ^enjoyed. Lunch WM served by Mesdames Faye Butterflold and John RII _ ? of Minneapolis, Minn., Edward and Donald Piburn of Hellevue, Neb., and Dr. Marvin Plburn of Iowa City, and three great grandsons and'one brother Dr. J. I,. Plburn who made his home with the de- ami nieces. v,»=— bearers were his four grandsons, above mentioned and two cousins, REDBIRDS CLIMB ON TABOR WITH 15-0 WIN Malvern Rout* Neighboring Crew with No Error*; Hatfield Starts Blitz In the last of the fourth inning in their game with Tabor last Sunday night the Malvern Hed- birds began a bitting spreo which ended in complete defeat for the hosts and Malvern garnering their second win of the season, 15-0. Malvern completed the perfect evening of eight innings of baseball with not a single error committed. Hatfiold started the blit?. in the fourth with a two hagger. Ills mates rounded out the inning wltn live runs coming in. Mal- Republican Candidate were carwl tor hy Mrs . arker and Mrs. ern Walker, was in tho family lot in Malvern cemetery. H a a K0od husband and b fnm ,, y ftnd d re / pected by an wh o r88P i < r-iiHfliinn has had some Lee Gillinilan has had some improvements made on his store front of late. Those attending lid- Uhlc.h-aa ose from a distance attend- jn he {uneral . an(1 Mrg Earl pu, urn an d ^ William Hook and Mr, ana MTB Mo an(1 Thomas Ftt ,Eagleville, Mo.; Vernon of Dct , iany , Mo . Mr. and Mrs. Wood estal and f Q t Mr , and Mr8 . ™ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^ and Mrs John McFar- that to make tho game n complete rout. Christians pitched six innings for Malvern and gave up the four hits collected by Tabor. Hoyer pitched the final InnlngR for the Hedblrds, striking out one nnd fielding out three of the six batters that faced htm. Dashner, Adklns and Williams engineered two double plays for the invaders. Christians and DiiRhner drove out triples for Malvern in the fourth Inning barrage. Hatfleld snagged two doubles. liox score: AH U H SH PO A K Tabor 30 0 4 0 24 9 7 Malvern 4« 15 19 1 27 15 0 CLERK of the DISTRICT COURT My candidacy is subject to the will of the voters at the Republican primary election in June. Your vote and support will be appreciated. 1. L (PETE) DONNER "" McKEE FUNERAL HOME PMONB Lloyd W. (Mac) McKeo CARSON, IOWA 19 ° Ambulance Service Canon YANK TRYOUTS AT JULY 19-20 Republican Candidate for State Representative Your vote and personal support in the primary election on June 7, 1948 will be greatly appreciated. HENRY WASHBURN Wednesday, going to various places. m • EAST LIBERTY Memorial Service* Held Sunday at East Liberty The annual Memorial services were held at East Liberty Sunday ith a patriotic program given. This included the processional and recessional by Mary Terry, music by the choir; a duet by Catharine Skerrltt and Joan a solo by Phillis Turner Mrs. John Otis, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Addy and Mrs. FloBle Hutcher of Imogcne; Mr. and Mrs. K. H. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clough, Mr. and Mrs. J. Larkln, Nelson H. Smith, Hoy Johnson, Hose Krallk, Edna Low and Amelia Valusek of Omaha, N'ebr. tumwa, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sell, Percival, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Carr and family and Mr .and Mrs. Warren Carr of Tabor, Miss Hettie Henderson, Miss Olson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Halph Maddocks all of Omaha, Joe McDermott, Other Big League Players to be Present July 20 Those hoiiiug to make a career out of big league baseball will have another chance this year on July 19-20 ut Clenwood Memorial Held to nhow their talent at a New York Yankee tryout camp. joying the gathering and fine .social time. Mrs. Osterholm who hiui been the efficient teacher there for several years tioos not plan to teach next year. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hilton were in Malvern, Saturday afternoon to attend funeral services of hi.s uunt «m>r.l |,r«»... .!«. f'«m W«l»' Ji '? the La group pl««l »ea U ti( U l flow,™. Rope for the Climbers The mountain climbers' greatest safeguard is the 15 or 20 feet of rope tied between each of the men. If one man slips, his fall may be checked by the others attached to the rope before Uie speed of fall is MODERN AHD OLD TIME DANCE BYERS ROLLER RINK HENDERSON Saturday, May 29 MUSIC BY THE FIVE Jive Bombers ADMISSION 75c ==|^ ART FRITCHER Phone'15 General Auctioneering Henderson, Iowa Goy Oil Company PH. 41 1 1 Phone U3 any time and w«'ll be glad to care for your need, of gasohne, or our full line of CONOCO LUBR.CANTS. Quick, friendly *emce u, our constant aim at all times. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT We will be glad to furnish pick-up service on Friday and Saturday for your contributions to the White Elephant Auction Sale, May 29. Call us any time on those days Richard Goy Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sell of Percival visited the cemetery <m Friday afternoon and ca!k-<l at the Mrs. Laura Kerney home. Mrs. Minnie Chase of Council Bluffs WAS a giiest at the huine of Mr. and Mrs .Fred Sell. Phyllis Benedict was the overnight guest of her teacher. Mrs. Osterholni in Glervwood last Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Kimel. Warden and Wardim- and her mother Mrs. Miller of Indianola visited the cemetery here Sunday forenoon and enjoyed a cooperative dinner with Mrs Laura Kerney a-iid Josie. Mr. and Mrs. Bev, Gray and sun •Walter of Omaha were Sunday evening visitors at the home of her brother, Wayne liiltou. and family. Mrs. Eva Knight and son Breezie of Malvern recently sold their farm iu this vicinity to tlie Jay Dar- r.olds for $150 per acre. The Dar- nolds will not move to the new farm unjlil next year, however. A W. S. C. S. meeting for quilting was held in the church dining room on Wednesday afternoon of last week with nine Indies atu-:.fl- ing. Mrs. Kerney and Mrs. Ku Henderson each reviewed a chapter from, the study book on China. The next regular meeting is to ue heM With Mrs. Ethel Messenger 0;. Wedrjefcday afteriiuun, June -• The Cciiterlirtc school cloaud with a picnic supper on Thursday •(•evening of last week, 75 people tn- Radio Repair & Service Call 4901 Malvern PACE SERVICE COMPANY vr FOR PICKUP AND DELIVERIES "« I // •a.- Frank Sujkc, our new radiu repair man. is licensed by the Federal Communications Commisiiou as a li^iiin Telephone Operator, First ('las*. • He is also a graduate of the Omaha Radio and Electronics Institute. D ON'T fool aruund with air.aU-ur radio repairing . . . whet; you may let yuui>eU' in fur a bigger repair bill than if you hud calk-d u.- .first. P OCKET >i C OH.^'.' 1 C . nutkt- ul 1'adi'. Vvul'k bcUcr . c. tahK- model ur there i.-n'l a .-!/-<• <.>r that v»v • :ili't make ;,l lilte ro.-t I" you.

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