The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on July 1, 1948 · Page 10
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PAGt TEN THE MALVERN LEADER. MALVERN. tQWA. JULY 1, 1948 ONLY WATCH WITH THE cfDURAPOWCR MAINSPRING* for those who call foF • Elgin's exquisite beauty. Elgin's timerl-to-the-stars accuracy .'And now tho most important watchmaking development in over 200 years—Elgin's amazing new DuraPowcr Mainspring. Jiccausc it won't rust and holds its epnngincss" indefinitely this mainspring eliminates 99% of watch repairs due to steel mainspring failures. Here indeed is the gift to help make iiappmcss live through the years. (A watch is the "official" gift for the JMtccnth wedding anniversary.) ,, <,$„«„,. uraonvr Hta,n,pring. La Ppf J !""" ral fold t<ut. llifh curved cry, ta l. *Palenf Pending <"•' - ^''.ins from $33.75. AH prices i REGEL JEWELRY Includes Insurance Policy for One Year • For, the bride of today and the bride of yesteryear A special gift of lasting beauty INTERNATIONAL STERLING We'll enjoy showing it to you. 97130 tax. Something From Your Jewelers Is Always Something Special Regel Jewelry Glenwood, Iowa WATCH REPAIRING OFFICIAL RAILROAD INSPECTOR SILVER CITY RITES FOR C. J, FRAZIER LAST FRIDAY Charles John Frazier, son of John and Julia Frazier. was born AUI-. 3, 1869 at Newtown, O. About alx months from the date of his Birth his parents moved to Silver City, in which place he lived with the exception of two and one naif years during: which time he and his family lived in Nebraska On Oct. 16, 1906, he was united In marriage to Ethel Derby. To this union were bom five children- two sons, Virgil and Kenneth and one daughter Naomi. Twin daughters, Thelma and Velma. preceded him in death. Besides his wife and three children, he leaves to mourn his passing, three grand- ch Idren and one slater. M « Ce"""" Van Kirk. ter Parman and Mrs. Russel Myers. J ^Interment in Silver City ceme- 80 Attend Father-Son Banquet Friday Night M, Ar £ Und 80 platea were served at the Father-Son banquet Friday ****** churc *!' !t' , C ' S< Entertall » Guests at their Meeting: Thursday The w. S. C. S. met Thursday c*i tcrnoon £it th^* \/r «fh*^j^i«f i. * "«* «L uie jwecnouist church with the East Liberty ladies as guests. Mrs. Erma Parman had charge of the devotionals and Mrs. Blanche the lesson. Hostesses were Mesdames Bessie Burgoin, Grace ttommel, Cleva Brooks, Veda Mv- ers and Miss Alice Burgoin nichard (Dick5 ciipson acted as master of ceremonies. Supt C ! H P n r V 6r 81>oke for tlle fa ^ers and Robert Kruse for the sons n.,v h ^,P" PS ° n mn * two «olos! Dick ciipson led the group sing- Mr. Frazier-s i ong ^^ Went suffering proved to be a true testimony of Christian faith. H"S suffermg ended as rest came at «•«•* P. m. on June 21, 1948 bervicos were conducted at the atT™ residence in Silver City „„, ° p - m - June 25. Rev. Phil Halverson officiated. Music Fathers honored included James Burgoin. oldest. Harold TerVy o ungest. William Williams, "lost sona present and Walter who came the . This affairi whjch ha<j been continued for several years was hoped by the fathers and^ons alike that thu get-to-gether would again be an annual affair. Mrs. Eurel . —.-. and Mrs. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Ed tile Kin., Dr. and Mrs. C. O. John'* M T I ?? initiation Ceremony of the Jobs Daughters, Saturday evening in Council Bluff, of which the -•lipson. Mra "w a V Sf"' f rand ^"ehter, Miss Jean —: '. — • vval Kiggms is an nft>**~ Among those who attended the funeral services of Mrs. Pearl Condel at Clarinda Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. R P. Gait, Mrs Mark Swarts and Mrs. Emma Markel Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Stewart entertained a group of friends at a f' n f ch ' e Party Saturday night at tneir home. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Decker are the parents of a five pound daughter, born Monday morning at the Edmundson hospital in Council B uffs. Mrs. Decker was formerly Alene McCoy. The Baptist Kensington Society met on Wednesday of this week at the home of Mrs. Cliff Stewart with Mrs. Mary Conger assistant hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Casterline left Monday to return to their home at Ithaca, N. Y. They were accompanied by Miss Alice Burgoin who will teach summer school at the Cornell, University there. Mr. and Mrs. Casterline visited the past week at the James Burgoin's, guests of Miss Alice Burgoin. Miss Marjorie Burgoin of Des Moines spent the week end at her home here. The girl scout troop and their leaders, Grace McNay and Elizabeth McMahon enjoyed a picnic supper Tuesday at the Glenwood Lake Park. The occasion was to ccelebrate the fourth anniversary of the local troop. Kenneth Frazier returned to Corpus Christ!, Texas, Sunday after being called here by the death of his father, Charles Frazier. Mrs. Rose Austin of Des Moines spent the week end at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bkerrltt Mrs. W. A. Hafer. James and Florence, Mra .Sophia Mosely and Mrs. Byron Schoening and Linda were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Moseley son and wife Mr. and Mrs. George Moseley, of Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vogel of Omaha were Tuesday guesta of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller. Neil Clay arrived by plane Thursday .morning from Red Bluffs Cal., and Is visiting for a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Wiley Clay. Neil plans to go to Atlantic to help his brother, Frank Clay who has recently opened a new cafe there. Classified Ads Pay .Hundr«d» of Mills Countlans read Your Want Ad every week. 'ie. on« insertion lOc subsequent Insertion... fie Minimum charge 400 " lon< " 8ervlce ch »rii of for ** ch b "* d an » wered •» * LOST AND FOUND • lost: Pair of glasses in brown leather case. Ph. 2661, A. S Marshall. p.1-1 Estray pig. Owner should leave description at Leader of- flce - 1-3. H MISCELLANEOUS Have new Case sliccr baler, wire tie. Will bale your hay by the bale or on shares. Ph. 104F2 L. E. Gohlinghora^ Tabor, p.49-6 For sale: 7 ft. McCormlck- Deering binder in extra good **\ 9 ° n 8 « E ™«on, Zandera. p.62-2. y 6 North Walnut Gienwood, Jowa — Phone 47-J Custom-fitted to your windows, these Blinds will lend distinction to your rooms. Choose from a wide range of standard colors or order special shades. We recommend rust proof, aluminum slats for best service. All blinds, whether aluminum, wood or composition, have no-snag pull-cord mechanism. Call us for an estimate today! We will measure and install blinds. Delivered in about 10 days. & Johnson 200 W. Broadway Co. Bluff*, l a . __ Phone First Baptist R. D. Scott, pastor. Sunday July 4th. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship 11 a. m. Missionary Sunday. Our guest for last Sunday Mrs. Anna Mae Horn of Denver, Colo brought a specially illustrated message to the young people in Sunday school as well as singing- for us in the morning service. Mrs. Irvin Derry, Howard Simmonds, John Cain of Omaha are joining with the kiddies of Silver City for five days of special Bible story time 9 a, m. to 11 a. m. each morning June 28 to July 2. Methodist Church Hev. Ray Sturgill, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m, Sheldon Williams is attending I the 4-H Boys short course at the Iowa State College this week. The Loyal Lassies 4-H Club will meet at the home of Irene Maddocks this Friday afternoon, July Mrs. Emma Markel and Miss Louise Baeurkemper visited their brother, Ernest Baeurkemper at the Mercy "hospital in. Council Bluffs, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Custer visit- ' ed relatives at Oakland Sunday. Mrs. M. O, Heckman of Glenwood and Mra. Donald Heckman and David of Council Bluffs spent Thursday with Mrs. Kenneth Carlson. Those In this vicinity that attended the basket dinner Sunday in Glenwood honoring the C. E Nagel family were Mr. and Mrs. Ira Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Turner and boys aod Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Newell and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Winchester and boys were dinner gueats in the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. M .Bowen and daughters near Henderson Mr. and Mrs Thurman Bowen and baby were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Williams and children attended a family picnic Sunday at the home of |Wm. Williams near Silver City. . lfMr - and Mr( >. O. R. Hyde, Mra. Alton Swain and Mrs. Othello Elliott attended a family picnic Thursday evening in Henderson Lewis Ranne is improving nicely from his recent illness. Piano for sale. Ph. 3372. J. M. worsen]], •* q Highest cash prlcea for your OW Gold, also Watchea and Jew. elry. Regel Jewelry store. Glen- w f!£gL-_. 46-tf^ For sale: Fries, live or dressed. Ph. 2783. Mrs. Joe Donner. 1-1. For sale: Red River threshing machine, $300. Ph. 4122, Harold Grlndle. j_ t ^ 100 Ib. white porrclnln Cool- erator for sale for $35. Keith Bruce, ph. 6S9. Hastings. i-i. For sale.- 4-rootn house and 2 lots. Richard Johnson, Ph 291 Hastings. ' p FOR 1 used gas-coal and wood com- olimtlo.n stove. > 1 used Coolerator Ice box 1 used Frlgldnlre. A full line of Frlgldalre household and commercial products Also Case farm Implements — Parts and Service. Phone 69, Mlntle Company, Glenwood. For sale: Austra-White pullets, hatched in February, $1.25 «°^' by the doze ? or more. Ph. 2511. Walter Walker. p.i-i. Exchange bulges-for beauty with a Spencer — also Improved health and posture. Ph. 6741 or 3871. Myrtle^Rockafellow. Malvern. 42tf For sales Our home on Lincoln avenue; five room house on paved street, two lots and 10 ft. about a block deep with plenty of garden space. Ph. 6771, Eugene Baldozler. P-1 _ 2 Friex for sale. Ph. 3186. Roy Proctor. j.j For sale: 7 ft. McCormick binder, tractor hitch. Ph. 5711. p. 1-1.' WANTED Bring your BATTERIES here for charging; AU 6-volt batteries 60c, all 2-Yolt batterlea 25c. Gam- Pie Store. Malwn. 3 5 tf . ForT ,* ale: White Faced pearling bull. Ph. 4273. John Waller. 52-2 Wanted: Custom work — disking. listing, plowing and hay baling and chopping. Ph. 296 Lowell Mooney.__Ha8tlngg. 42-tf Spray Painting free estimated Rubber and asphalt tile flooring for home and office. Free estimate Ph. 1029J. Porter Alley. 3158ycamore, Shenandoah. 46-12 For sale: O .E. refrigeratoT. Custom combining. .. . Very good condition. Ph 4751 ' r« . . 601. otto Selpold, Hastings. . Gerald Dower, Malvern. p.62-2.' MO DOUBT ABOUT It WHEX SOUVENIR FOR YOU MJSTER. REPABM CAR THEV PUT IT M -A-MO.-1* CONDITION. -OOKIT HER CO Better Buys in Better Used Cars CENTERLJNE Mr. and Mrs .Dick Hyde and eon Bill were Saturday evening dinner guest* of Mr. and Mra. Lorance Lisle. Mrs. Helen Bruce. Donald and Keub of Red Oak and Mra. Joseph Orudlfr were Sunday tve- Hyde. Mr. and Mrs. Otha Wearin ajid daughters, Martha and Becky spent la=t week end in their cottage in CurjidcJiUon, Mo. 1936 1946 1940 1936 1941 1940 1939 1947 FORD ac . TON PICKUP, in excellent condition SALVERS AUTO Co (Pko*6 5051 ••* MALVPDM inu/A MALVERN, IQWA

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