The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 17, 1948 · Page 10
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 10

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1948
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TIN THF. MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, JUNE 17, IMS 'Mills Comity SPORTS TfiBOR MIDGETS DOWN MAUERN (54 Mnl- ««MnM wwc f^r Unr. \vhnti p.ivr> Malvorn thrir fur wins fur News of Silver City Hod their ronntn, Mrs, Harry Jones, senior warden and R«b«*n Uunm «t the Mrrcy hospital In StUlo, o( CUenwood, hlfch priest. Norrls Clnrk of 0 Ion wood was elected junior warden at ft senil- round! muffs Tuesday. M:\lvoiVi'?; low \\\n cawp in thr around Hump \vhrn tlnttirld doubled, ilicn ndvnnoi'il to (bird and criwscil tho i tibbor OH fielder's I'hnuo. Tho Rodbirds failed to follow up another scoring chance in Hol/lov Wnin-lif 1™ 1(161-WrigHt Nllptlals JUH6 7 lionnlil Hrynni nvul son Hon- :ild Jr. iintl A. K. Childs drove to Oilman City, Mo., Saturday to visit Mr, Bryant's mother. They returned home Sunday Marjorlc Marie Wright, dnugh- evenlnR. Mrs. .1. W. Parman ac- ^ r °f Mr- and Mrs. John Wright thr fourth frame when Williams rompanied them to Albany, Mo., of -Silver City, and Harold Hal- donbled with one out find was left whore she spent the time visit- (I(?r - "°n of Mr. and Mrs. George Haider of Ruthven, were united team mates failed to Rive him ft K. S. MeMnliari attended a in marriage June 7 at 10 a. m. ticket for home. Standard Oil meeting nt Walnut '" the St. Thomas church at Em- last Friday. metsburg. Tahor collerted only two more The Rev. C. E. Farrelly read Tho Mulvorn midget baseball team romprisoil of hoys under 13 yenvs of ape was smothered by Tabor's bovs team on Tnosdav eve- , , , ,, , , . . , . , ., nt Tabor by a score of ,5.,, h«Winp Ihe Iwp as_ his nrxttwo in^ relatives. iients had been attempted before the pa me to have access to a. small size playing field but as none was attainable the hits than Mnlvern but a comblna- Charles Kommell and lice the nuptial mass for the double boys were required to play on a tj on o f two walks and two hits In Peitehler have pone to Omaha r j n g ceremony before an altar regulation size diamond. As n re- the fourth inning gave the vie- where they will be employed for decorated with pink and white suit the liurlers for both teams t ora 4 runa f or t W o official hits, the summer. peonies. During the mass Mrs. found it difficult to control the shear, Cole and Welch of Tabor Harold Skerritt, student at c. A. Siegfried sang "On This ball at such a distance. a ]j banped out triples. Iowa State college. Ames, is Day, O Beautiful Mother," "Ave Malvern collected only 1 hit dtir- -v\> lol , Tahor hurler whiffed 11 spending the summer with his Maria" and "O Lord I Am Not inp the game but through fielding Re dbird gtjckmen and 'allowed One "'"'her, Mrs. Phyllis Skerritt. Worthy," accompanied at the or- errnrs and passed batters were ^^ christiang went . the full Mr and Mrs. Harry ab o to realize -1 nms. Tahor wns M . r for Malvern striking out 2 ancl David returned Friday from a i so played able to push across 15 runs ' or anf i g- iv ing up 5 free passes a two weeks vacation trip to ding march. ""'" 0 hits. ' Total Box Scores: " Colorado and Idaho. Adams gan by Mrs. Vincent Fries who Lohengrin's Wed- 35 10 33 1 0 27 10 0 22 14 Malvcrn-s runs wore made by R. A S H PO A E Curtisa in the 4th inning; Pow- Ta))r)] , rll and Phelps in the . r >th and Pow- ^l . ell crossed the platter again in u ° 7 " — FUG TOURNAMENT TABOR GETS REVENGE; WON BY SULHOFF SLAPS REDBIRDS 10-1 No Lights Yet!! New Men Give Tabor a Lift; Rectify Previous Drubbing by Malvern A spiked up Tabor nine waylaid the Malvfi-n Uodbirds 10-1 at Tabnr Sunday night and felt 1he sweet taste of revenge for the licking that the Kctlbirds handed them earlier in the season. First Tournament of the Season Has 25 Entries won nesday, June first 30. Contouring PAYS Paul Kulhoff, Glenwood the championship of the flight at the Malveru solf tournament Sunday with 75 on holes. Win. E. Hrowu, Glenwood, won the second (light with an SI and Paul Lincoln was runnerup. Runnerup in the first flight was 1'nKhti'st °£ "»>' f <eUl m tho The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an ivory satin gown trimmed with beaded pearls and sequins, long pointed Unforseen delnys in the instal- sleeves over the wrists and a full lation of lights at the ball park skirt ending in a sweeping train, have made it necessary f for the n er fingertip veil, edged with Malvern Redbirds to postpone lace, was held in place by a their scheduled game with Glen- crown of beaded pearls. She wore wood which was to be played n strand of pearls and matching Sunday, June 20. ear-rings, a gift of the groom. Tho ni?xt scheduled game is to She carried an orchid on a white he with Glenwood also, on Wed- prayer hook with streamers of The Redbirds expect to have ,o the finest lighted playing field in tiie Southwest Iowa Independent league with the completion of light installations. The field will be lil with 200.000 watts, the Tom lienton and Dale Dyke with a tie round. league. The S. W. Iowa league, coin- Third night was won by Ray l irisetl (>f pix t( ' ams - lias heen lptl Lincoln with Vic Patrick, Tahor, ''>' ''" r «'. v '"»- *» f nr in the season, second and Harry Adams. Silver City, third. in Winning with best drives ... the Hag tournament were Garold S^mes read past 1 Hreeding. Otto Hall, Tom lien- ton. Paul Lincoln. Paul SulhofT, Charles llrewer and R. A. Bloedel. Dale Dyke, president of tho Malvern Golf club, conducted the tournament. ROUGH THIRD INNING STOPS REDBIRDS, 4-2 white ribbon tied with stephana- tois. * Mrs. Charles Wright of Malvern, a sister-in-law of the bride, served as matron of honor. She wore a floor-length gown of pink with hat to match and carried a bouquet of pink roses and white carnations tied with white wide ribbon. The bridesmaid, Mrs. Ralph Reining, of Laurens, a sister of the groom, wore a floor length gown of powder blue with hat to match and carried a bouquet of pink roses and white carnations tied with white wide ribbon. The ring-hearer. Karen Davis, wore a white net floor length dress with ruffled skirt and a The Redbirds go to Treynor shoulder length veil he;-! in place next Thursday evening to faces b - v white carnations. She carried Treynor the second time this tlle rir 'S s on an ivor - v satin P 11 ' senson and attempt to right a low edged with lace, loss of A-?, at their first meet- Thc groom wore a tan suit j n p and was attended by his brother Julius and the bride's brother, Malvern now holds third place in the league with 4 wins and 4 lossv's. For stories on the latest 10. REDBIRDS FACE TREYNOR THURSDAY FINAL RITES HELD FOR W, R. TEATSWORTH William R. Teatsworth, son of Ourshum and Mary Jano Teats- worth, was born in Ellisville, 111., Dee. 29, 1858. He was the youngest of five children. At the age of 22 years he came to Iowa. In 1868 he was united in marriage to Josephine Mann. Four daughters were born to them. One daughter, Jessie Follett, died in 1916 and Hazel passed away at the age of eight years. Riley, as he was known by all, followed farming as his life's work. For the past 48 years he lived in the vicinity o£ Silver City. Being of a genial nature and friendly to all, he won the respect of old and young. He was a member of the Silver City Methodist church. His wife preceded him in death in 1941 and since that time he had made his home with his daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. C. O. Johnson. For the past several years he has been in failing health and he entered eternal rest the evening o£ June 10, at the age of 89 years, five months and 11 days. He is- survived by his two daughters, Mrs. George Canfield of Essex and Mrs. C. O. Johnson of Silver City, five grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Funeral services were held from the Raynor chapel Sunday at 4:30 p. in.) with Rev. H. G. Parker of Council Bluffs officiating. Music was furnished by Roger Olson with Marilyn Chaffin at the piano. Those caring for the flowers were Mrs, Grover Goos and Mrs. Roy Flanagan. Casket bearers were Mark Swarts, Russel Myers, Grover Goos, Amos Meeks, H. A. McCoy and Everett Henderson. Interment was made in the Silver City cemetery. At the rpRulnr American 1^- plon Auxiliary meeting Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Minnie Hays was elected president; Mrs. Helen Sanders, first vice president; Mrs. Mary Moore, second vice president; Mrs. Elizabeth Schoe- ninp, secretary; Mrs. Harriet Hendrix, treasurer; Mrs. Ruth Clipson, sergeant-at-arms. Guy Custer, 4. P. Jones and Cliff Stewart attended Western Star Encampment No. 90 at Glenwood Friday evening. Stewart was elected chief patriarch, annual election, Tho Rev. John C. Turner of Silver City Methodist church was assigned Sunday by the Des Moines Methodist conference to the Methodist church at Manila. Rev. Turner will be replaced by Roy F. Sturglll. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Stewart drove to Camp Brewster Sunday to get their 'daughter Wava and Lois Atteberry who were chosen as delegates to represent the Loyal Lassie 4-H club. Classified Ads Pay Hundreds of Mills Countlans read Your Want Ad every week. RATES Per line, one Insertion tOo Each subsequent Insertion 5c Minimum charge 40o An aclditionnl service charge of 25c \vUl be-made for each blind n<1 which must be answered at The Leader office. place. League standings: W Treynor 5 1. Increases Yield U. Saves Tractor Fuel !J. Save* Machinery •I, ('t>iiscrvoK Soil, Water, Se<-<l and Fertility Be Sure Your Farming Equipment is in Top Condition CRUM & DJUREEN General Repair Kleclrio \ .\< elj b-nc Welding Ph. :<r,21 Malvern Teams Evenly Matched; Seven Hits Marked in Pitchers' Battle During an off moment in tho third inning the Malvern Redbirds allowed three runs and, never being able to cover the Tahor 4 deficit, bowed out at Hamburg Mnlvern I 4 Wednesday night. 4-2. OUmwood ""IIIIIIIIH 3 Royer, Malvern hurler, and Hamburg _ 3 Graves of Hamburg staged an Nebraska City " even battle with both striking "._Z."r."" " out 9 batters. Royer allowed two passes and Graves gave up three. The teams were even with five errors each. Hamburg was able to cover each of their four hits with a run while Mulvcrn scored 2 on 3 hits. Malvern gave up second place Charles Wright, of Malvern and in the Southwest Iowa league to Ralph Reining of Laurense as Tahor and now are holding a an usher. Each wore a white car- percentage of .500 and third nation buttonuiere. ZANDERS RETURNS TO YANK FARM CLUB Danny Zanders, catcher ^for the Fond-du-Lac, Wis., farm baseball club of the- New York Yankees, reported for play last The, first Rfdbirc! tally came Sunday after a 10 day leave, in the opening frame as Paulson Officials of the farm team con- The bride's mother wore a L navy blue dress with matching 2 accessories and her corsage was 3 of red roses. The groom's mother 4 wore a black dress with match- 4 ing accessories and a corsage of 5 red roses. 5 Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Kermore hotel in Emmetsburg to the Immediate members of both families. The tables were decorated with pink and white peonies and candles. The centerpiece was a three-tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. The bride was graduated from lit til,. ,/|.i Illll^, LIUIM*. (m I UUI3U1L .---.- . ....... v^»... ^tr.. „ scored when Hatflrld singled «»der Zanders to have excellent Trejnoi hl B h school and for the with bases loaded. The next man possibilities of making good in |last , ^ ^'^ laK ^ ee " omploy- man popped out and retired the team. In the sixth inning lirake walked and took the rest of the bases on errors to complete the .scoring for Malvern. Hamburg won the game In the tliiril inning when three were marked on errors and wild pitches. lUix scores: league baseball. ed by a bank in Clarinda. The groom was graduated from Laurens high school and West Mar college and for the past year has been an Instructor In the Clarinda public GREEN BAY MOVES OFFICES TEMPORARILY To make way for complene re- S( -' n «ol3. modeling the Green Bay Lumber Tne cou P le P lan to spend the Co. has moved its office ternporari- «»n»»*r at Greeley, Colo., where ly into the R. K. Piper building on the Broom wil1 attend BUnimer J. R. Heudrix has returned from a three weeks vacation trip to Oklahoma and Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kruse drove to Ames Thursday to get their son James, a student at Iowa State college. Sgt. Robert Conger, who is stationed at Lowry Field, Calif., after two years overseas, is spending a 30-day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Mary Conger. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ord attended the Horace Heidt stage show In Omaha Sunday. Russel Riggtns jr. of Moberly, Mo., is spending a few days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Riggins. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen of Batrlett were Sunday dinner guests at the John Hettinger home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ord and daughters visited the new Playland Amusement park in Council niuffs Sunday and later attended the Horace Heidt stage show in Omaha. Charles Goodrich of Des Moines was a Tuesday evening dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ord. Charles and Don were in service together. Cliff and Wayne Stewart vls- Por sale: 5 room house in Malvern, west of Wabash depot. 7 lots. Outbuildings. Mrs. Florence Warren. P50-1 A Pull Line 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 mechanlc*is an expert on Case tractor service. Mintle Company, Ph. 59, Glenwood. 45-tf. Fries for sale: Dressed or alive. Ph. 2780, Ivan Jackson. p.51-1. 9 MISCELLANEOUS • Found: A hub cap; owner may have same by paying for ad. Ph. 5551. 51-1. Highest cash prices for yottr Old Gold, also Watches and Jewelry. Regel Jewelry store, Glenwood. 46-tf. Hrliig your HATTERIES here for charging: AH 6-volt batteries 50c, all 2-volt batteries 25c. Gamble Store, Malvern. 35tf. K.vclinngc bulges for beauty with a Spencer — also Improved health and posture. Ph. 6741 or 3G71. Myrtle Rockafellow, Malvern. 42tf Ink - O - Mnr marking pen — for marking with brusti strokes on most surfaces, for lettering, drawing or other uses. See them at The Leader office. For sale: Davenport and chair, good springs, mohair cover, shows very little wear, $40. See at Mansfield's Furniture Store. 51-1. 0 room modern house for sale In Malvern. Electric hot -water system and excellent location. C. E. Nagel, ph. 2311. 50-2. For sale: Ivory and tan wood or coal range, Ivory and tan kitchen cabinet. Both in good condition. Also baby bed and springs, large size. Mrs. C. K. Stewart, Ph. 3655. 49-3. H Farmall for sale. Fully equipped. Cultivator 238. Mounted lister. Ed Stevenson, Rt. 1, Emerson. p.50-1 for regular, and F 20 Farmall, go- devil attachments for No. , 238 cultivators. Internaitonal fertilizer attachment for No. 238 cultivator, 7 ft. windrowers, bale loaders, rotary hoes, harrows, 9 ft. 15 gauge baling wire $6. A few sets of new tractor rear tires at list less 20%. International hay buck for M, 9 good used tractors, 3 used combines and 1 No. 24 picker. Lakin Implement Co., Emerson. 50-2. Have new Case si leer baler, wire tie. Will bale your hay by the bale or on shares. Ph. 104F2, L. E. Gohlinghorst, Tabor, p.49-6 ' Hay Chopping,: Ready to start June 7. A. H. Schipper, ph. 5851, Malvern. 49-3. WANTED ¥ * j. u« R* tO Hire a Man to -help our Diatric t Manager handle our increasing business in this community. This work is In line with the program advocated by the Department of Agriculture. Must have a car, permanent work, good pay for man who has had some farm experience. Write c/o this newspaper. 51-1. Wanted: Custom work — disking, listing, plowing and hay baling and chopping. Ph. 296, Lowell Mooney, Hastings. 42-tf Wanted: Baled alfalfa and red clover hay, also thin wet BOWS, any weight. Ph. 2843, Earl Dashr ner ]r. p.48-4. Custom Baling. Wire tied Phone Hpray Painting, free estimate. Rubber and asphalt tile flooring for home and office. Free estimate. Ph. 1029J. Porter Alley, 315 Sycamore, Shenandoah. 46-6 For Kttlc: Pony, saddle and Wanted: Custom combining, bridle. Gentle for small children. Ph. 501, Otto Selpold, Hastings. Ph. Sill. Vic Norton. 61-1. p.51-3. For sale: Schwinn bicycle in Wanted: Custom Haling. Call good condition. Leonard Boeh- 4041 or 5882 or see Garold ner, ph. 3271. 51-1. Breeding. 51-2. . . R H SH PO V F sout h Main street which was for- S( - hO0 '- Af ' er Se Pt" Hamburg Malvern 5244027125 mer ly occupied by the Breeding at ho! «e »t 614 N. they will be 12th St., in Clarinda where the groom will 34°'{l l> 4'15 Implement Motor Co. !___" * W. K. Schumann, manager. Canine ''is teaching position. Founding of Naples announced the leasing of office Naples was fuunded as a Greek snaf ' ( ' aml a portion of the main colony about 1000 B. C. It became l) u^ldliig for storage space, nrtrt of ItMv under King Emmanuel. UNKJL&LHANK S AltS'T It FUNNV HOW <H' SIZE OF SOME. FOLK'S VESTS DEPENDS ON ' HOW MUCH -fHEYVE COT Your Ufftln arc in.'-iu euougli for the M.-ILVKKX SALES PAVILION. We also buy \vt-t sows and Male Hogs. We Want Your FAT HOGS We are in the market for your fat hogs every day. We pay the highest possible prices — Right at Home. WHY GAMBLE? Know what you get before you sell! Why lose those valuable pounds moving hogs long distances, when you can .sell at home at far Less Shrinkage Better Price* Less Expense Call 3701 for Our Prices Malvern Sales Pavilion O. F. Groff & Sons Barn, 3701 Res., 4591 An out door farewell picnic supper was held Wednesday at The company "is conducting ex- \^^°™ e , of , Mr ; * nd _. MrB ' Ward who left tensive rebuilding on the east sec- Ilur e»m in honor of lion of the main lumber yard Mrs ' Arthur Burgoin The office rooms at the main the foll °wliig day to r%turn to building will also bo redecorated. " u ' ir ho '" e at C * no 8 a Park The completion is expe^t^d to Calif ' -Additional guests included take two more months. Mrs ' Mae "urgoin and son Gail, _ Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Burgoin and Co»tellos to. Attend ^ £t K "?- p ?™<' "^ Convent,on m Canada Mrs ^J ^^ was e , ect . -Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. D. Costello ed noble grand Tuesday evening will leave late Friday to attend at the regular Rebekah lodge Hankers Life Insurance Co. meeting. Other officers elected tin- of Nebraska convention at Royal were Dt-lphia Bryant, vice grand; Muskuka hotel on Lake Kosseau, Lillie Robertson, secretary; Kate Canada. Attendance with ex- Ma.ddoc.ks, treasurer. Iieiibes paid is a reward accorded Mrs. Vinson Goos, secretary of the Talbott Insurance Agency by mission education, Is at Lake the insurance company. Forrr.-st. 111., this week attend- The conference date is June ing a jurisdletional institute. 'H-21 inclusive but Mr. and Mrs. The O, E. S. kensington met Costello plan to he gone two Wednesday afternoon at the weeks and will visit, interesting home with spots on the return trip. S. J. Anderson und Mrs. Gor- duu Overstreet will have charge present, of the oliice in Mr. Costello's ab- Loran t>e u c e. oi Mrs. Harold Williams Mrs. Grover Gooa as co- s. Twenty members were J. R. Halls Return from Western Vacation Trip Mr. ajid Mrs. J. H. Hall re- turnt-d Monday from their west- (-•rn vacation tni). Tlu.-y vUittxi J. K. McClyujoiid. Or. Duuald Lain} uu<i Ur. and Mrs. VV. M. Hictt, all former ri--cidi.-iiia, itnd 1'irl'uri them iu good LR-alth and «.-agi.-r to hoav o£ lUtir MuSvtru irk-uus. Iu North ilollvwood, t'alii., they met ainl viriieU with H. \S'. K. Kllia who iuquired about nuuy of Malverti's older ri-?id>.'iitr-. H..- 1.1 a ijiataol cousin of the Us..- Mrs, J. W. McNulty anil redded near Tubor many >ear= ago. n Boyer entered the Edu hospital in Council Kluffa Thursday for observation. Mrs. Hose Austin of Des Moiuts is visiting her brother, J T. Skerritt, and Mrs. Skerrilt. .Suuday evening guests at the home <j( Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ord aud family were Mr. and Mrs. lJule Harper and Ronnie of Glenwood and Mr. and Mru. Ray Ord and family .of Council Bluffs. Mr and N5rsi. Winifred fhil- lipo uud children of Council Blurts \vere gusets Suuday at the V> A. Huf..-r home. Mr. a lid Mrd. Dale Stajk of Sioux I'ity spent the past week at tlit.- ll>:-riuau Schoeuiug home. Mi.5.i Louise Bauerkemper of Council Bluffs has come to spend tii-,- buiiiiiier witu her biater, Mrs. Knuuci Markel. Floods Start at the TOP of the Hill Remember those floods that swept hundreds of tons of good Iowa top soil down the river last spring? THEY ALL STARTED AT THE TOP OF THE HILL ON YOUR FARM THE TOP OF THE HILLS THAT WEREN'T PROTECTED. CONTOUR * TERRACE • STRIP CROP • GRASS WATERWAYS • PUNT TREES • ROTATE CROPS FOR SOIL CONSERVATION • t McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES, PARTS AND SERVICE Schultz Bros. Implement Co. Ph. 5121 Malvern

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