The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on July 8, 1948 · Page 3
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 3

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, July 8, 1948
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HENDERSON: JTHt IMOGKNK MAlVtftN. IOWA t JULY «, 1*4* PAGE THREE Mr, «nd T»\py with t to LrArh Minn, «>n n robins trip. Mr*. Jtshn RMntaw A nnmhftr «vf SILVER CITY u« IHJFT VSTIMATK School District who was A —- .,.irto\ last your has accepted R position | n the thud- rens hflmts in Council Murfs f, nr the summer, she will return to Henderson thin full to tench. cJI Bluffs was a guest Tuesday In the Hugh McSweeney home Wayne Simmons and daughter of Hancock, well known her« are In Kentucky on an extended visit. Mesdames Howard Allensworth Work I.AM|O* 4 H club w*t VrWay at «ho homo or lr*»vi«» Mad«look», Tho pirt* worked ON »Mr Homc> Kurntahlng R.vord Honks. Piano \vcrr> mado to «pp oini n rommUtw for ontnrtnln- mow nt each '. <», n, K, of , l>«MrM. At.,!or«on Township. M,|| s ,-„„„„.. , ' • w P k un *H,M * ft !T * two M h grandmother, A o ft Harhnr° rn ^ „ p»« •_,! . > , d Harry A - ""'" l<i"tiruo Mrowor and staff of Ulrnwoo.l inMAlIrd the officer* of tho silver City Lodic^ No. 40;< t O, O. K. Thursday iiisht. The officers are: Past Grand, wnltrr Fender; Xoble (Irnnd A. K. rhllds; Vice Grmw, Walter >. Ronald Bry- Cltrr Stewart: Inside Guardian. Hartley Atte- <i for or jiMtnst ?he follmvine rMimntr of !-.»-. i . M'VT"' '" >>!lnninc lflll - v '• 1! > 4S . and endlnc .tune 30, i.i. • A .lot.-ulcd stntrment of re.-elpts and disbnrsfmrnt* both past and anticipate,! will j, P avnilablo at the hearing. iMHns. District Secretary. sma " ^ ra ' n 'ook very ripe ved by Irene and her mother. " J ° hl Fiersteln - ters to Noblo Grand. Guy Custor Loran Rover, Jr.; Chaplain. Geo. Rew; Right and left supporters to vice Grand. A. P. Jones and Wayne Stewart, Right and left town Marvin AMeberrr week est. • « —' " *.' t* — • »»»v»v GTCT1I1I1K at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Schoening, near Mineola, additional guests were Mr. and The Rev. and Mrs. Ray Stur- have received cards lips from Miss Wearer, who taught * last year. She is hav to Louisana. the former's left for Columbus, hls Friday 1 *^ Genera) '$26 Transporta- j tlon 1 3, Textbooks j and Suppllesj School House) (Voted) _.| Bonds and j Interest | Special | Courses 1 Fund _.. I Total All | Purposes _| 40, 1, •=. : >; •= l K • ,~'-<t* >£ ~' 243.00 966.00 S79.00 000.00 029.30 1130,482 1 6.3SO 916 2.7SO ($35,000 5,400 950 2,750 115 | .... _ .... $119 *S,600 $26,460 945 2SO 2,750 1 1130,435 Secretary's balance July 1, 194S ~ " 1. GENERAL FUND J.._ J971010 ana Mrs. Emma Markel and sister Miss Louise Bauerkemper, are , Norman Collins spent the last vlsitin £ the O«>' Maynes family Taxable valuation, 1947 Moneys and Credits, 1947 ~ ~'. Workmen have been busy for several days taking the front out of the Paul Hlgglnson building. Several other repairs are. also being made. Charles LeRettee has accepted a position at the Paul and Phillips elevator taking the place of Al Coppock. Friends from South Dakota have been guests in the Arthur Allensworth home and also the Charles Rayney home In Macedonia for several days. $1,149,705 $ 72,865 Knight Bros. Interior & Exterior PAINTING PAPER HANGING Phono 5631 Phono 2051 H. J. Knight, Jr. H. A. Knight "Bood" Mr. and Mrs. Ken Williams were Shenandoah callers Sunday. Mrs. Florence Coleman and son returned home with them for a weeks visit with friends. Howard Allensworth has been giving their house a new coat of paint. The members of the Young Mothers club enjoyed a very pleasant afternoon Friday with Mrs. Marvin Bowen. Mr. and Mrs. William Peters, since their marriage a- few days ago, are locating In Griswold where he works for a radio elec- grandparehts, Mr. and Mrs. Fale Collins. Many Imogene folks stayed at home and worked all day Monday while others went to different towns to celebrate. For several days and nights plenty of fireworks were heard to remind everyone It was near the 4th of July. Mrs. E. R. Tomes and three children from Council Bluffs, spent Sunday here with her mother, Mrs. Sade Perry, also Pete Perry from Omaha was a week end visitor here. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Connors and family from Moberly, Mo., Ing from Borger, Texas to spend the month of July with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parman, and other friends and relatives. Roland Norman left for his home at Norfolk, Va., Friday morning after spending the past several weeks at the C. J. Frazier home. Mrs. Pat Gearhart and children spent the past week at North Platte, Nebr. Owen J. Moore AM-AA stnt- ioned at Glenvlew, 111., arrived Friday morning to spend a 16 day and Miss Donna Mott enjoyed a picnic supper at the home of their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jones, in Mineola. Miss Patty Burgoln accompanied by her cousin. Mlsa Frances Gater of Shenandoah left on Monday by train for two weeks vacation. They plan to visit Carlsbad Caverns, Old Mexico, also Los Angeles, Calif., and return by way of Salt Lake City and through the Rocky Mountains. E. E. Jones, who has been n patient at the Mercy All proposals must be sealed id shall have the name of tho bidder plainly marked on the outside of the envelope and shall be addressed to the board of directors, Consolidated school district of Henderson, Iowa, In care of the secretary. The fact of submitting a bid to mean that the person, firm or corporation submitting such bid has carefully examined the plans and specifications for such hlghschool audi- struction auditorium and gymnasium. By virtue of statutory authority, preference shall be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa, and preference shall bo given to Iowa domestic labor. By order of the Board of directors of the Consolidated school district of Henderson, Iowa. Gordon Stolner President, Board of directors of tho Consolidated school district of Henderson, Iowa. Mrs. Berl Morris and daughter returned home a few days ago from over a -. Wilson and Mrs. Margaret Wilson and niece ... Red Oak callers Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moore were In Omaha Wednesday consulting a doctor In regard to Mr. Moore's health. Charley Costello Says "HOW" IMPORTANT AS "HOW MUCH" "How much" life insurance a man provides for his family is important — but "How" he leaves it is almost as important. If jour life insurance is not arranged so that it pro- vldes a steady income — during the year* your fain- lly needs it the most — it will not serve either jou or your family to the best advantage. 5011 TALBOTT INSURANCE AGENCY hone 5011 Agent for Mal™» MOTHERS! Don't Forget to Enter Your Baby in the Big Colvm-Heyn BABY CONTEST Ut, 2nd, aad 3rd prfe* wUaera will tn awarded la lk« mint photogenic babie* la each • India area, and lk« a-traad price wlaaer* •elected from thct* M local «JTC» iriaBcka. NO ENTRY FEE h costs you nothing. You have the privilege of purchasing your contest portrait at th« tlma of sitting for only.. TfcU b • Recalu »S.M Value! Any baby In this'trade area aged 6 months to 6 years is eligible. Merely bring your baby to Colvin-Heyn Studio. $1244.00 PRIZES (N CASH AMO MlUCHANDtSf '°H ~> 105 North Walnut — Acrow from E»te» Hotel PHONE S59J — GLENWOOD Appointments must be made in advance for contest pictures. Phone 559J today for your baby's appointment. YOUR BABY MIGHT BE THE WINNER! mle Conners and with relatives In Omaha and Council Bluffs. Tommle Conners went to Omaha last Tuesday where he and his daughter, Mrs. Frances McDonald, went to Des Moines to see his mother, Mrs. Mary Conners, who is In Bishop Drum Homo for the aged. They found her fine. After returning to Omaha he became very ill and was under the care of physicians for a few days. He was able to come home Sunday. Imogene went to Thurman Sunday to play ball. The game score was 8-2 In favor of Thurman. Miss Emabel Saner is spending this week with her niece and husband, Mr. and Mr». Eddie Gutch- enrltter near Climax. Mr. and Mrs. George Gutschen- rltter and baby and Mrs. L. E. Gutschenritter spent Friday in Omaha. Mrs. L. E. Gutschenritter also spent the afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. George Adams In Council Bluffs. Helatlves and friends here were sorry to learn that "Butch" little son of Mr. and Mrs. Georg« Eggers, formerly of Imogene, but now of Omaha was stricken with Polio, Thursday, but are glad to learn he ja gaining nicely. Mrs. Eggers will be remembered here as Gertrude Kegan. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Saner and children went to Onuha for the holiday visit with his father, Anthony Saner and family. Vincent Leahy who has been employed at Tecamah, Neb., has gone to Oaceola to take charge of oil station recently purchased by Ambrose Saner. Roth are former residents of Imogene. A Stanley party was enjoyed Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Otta Farringtou where a short program was presented after which the Stanly products were on display. Lunch was served. Week end guests in the Mrs. Pearl Harbor home were her daughter Marian who attend* college at Cedar Falls and her daughter Leora who works in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Oliver of Omaha, were guests Tuesday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave O\veus. Several were present at the Methodist Aid Thursday and enjoyed a social time. Mrs. J. C. Goss read a letter she had received from Mrs. Ivan Fisher of, Mt. Vernoa, Wash., saying how* well pleased she was with the quilt that the ladies had quilted and sent to her. Refreshments were served by Mesdames Theodore Shook and Don Alleng- worth. r, Gladys Knight Lenora Techau, LaVern Schoen- Donald McMahon, Roger nnd Dean Lutneran Confirmation school. Mr. and Mrs. George Marshall are the parents of a son, Terry Lee, born last week at the Mercy hospital In Council Bluffs. Ward Burgoln has returned homo from Canada where he en- Joyed a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rlgglns ac- companletd Mr. and Mrs. Jack BurgoJn and son'Rex to Bedlson, Mo. Sunday where they visited Mrs. Flo KIdd. Mr. and Fritz Moore and daughter of Sioux City were holiday dinner guests at the homo of his brother, Gene Moore nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Stewart and Wava and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jones, Jay and Alice picniced at the Arbor Lodge park at Nebraska City July 4th. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Deitchler and Charles of Council Hluffu and Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Deitchler of Topeka, Kansas visited Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jones. Mrs. W. A. Pollit was taken to the Edmundson hospital in Council Bluff's where the family reports she is fairly good. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wilhelm and two children spent the holiday week end with her mother of Council Bluffs. fined to his bed for some time. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hafc-r, Jim and Florence, and Mrs, Marie Schoening nnd daughter Linda picniced at the King's Lake near Omaha July 4th Mr. and Mrs. Reno Moore, Owsn nnd Leah are visiting relatives at Dixon. Nebr. this week. Several from this community attended the celebration Monday evening at the Dutch Gun Club six mllea northeast of Malvern. Wesley Chapel VAU6HM HOOVER ., \ MAX Want Ads Pay! Mr. and Mrs. Leon Welgman and Richard returned from several days visit Tuesday, spent with his parents at Pocahontas. Mr. and MM. Clinton Parker entertained at a picnic supper July 1 honoring their son Donald's 21st birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Harbor, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Kickel, Jack and Arhtur. A Parker picnic dinner was also held at their home Sunday. Guests were the Lynn Parker family and Mr. and Mrs. George Parker. Floyd I'arkef and wife of Malvern were unable to attend due to the heavy" rain early- Sunday morning. Twenty neighbors i-njoyed a pot luck picnic supper at the Ward Fickel home in Henderson Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sowers, Bryan, Donald and Carol were guests Sunday at her sister's home in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Robbing returned from Camdeutou, Mo., this week to remain until after harvest. Mr. Nyreu, a son aj;d family from Lanyon visited over the week end with his son Kric aud family. Donald Parker left Thursday for Gettysburg, S. D. where he wiil help his brother Clinton with the hay for a mouth. His mother accompanifed him for a weeks visit with the family. WKSLiUk" C'HAPEL, Peter Trucauo — Puator The friendly church with a message. Moruicg Worship 10:0u Subject •' Why A Creed" Suaday School 11:00 Wednesday: Vacation day School S:3u a.m. to 10:30 a. m'. Sunday njglu 8:00 p. m. Young Adult Social Notice ot the taking of bids for the Consolidated school district of Henderson, Iowa, for the build- inj{ and creation of n school auditorium and in in. Notice is hereby given that tho board of directors of the Consolidated school district of Henderson, Iowa, will meet at the schoolhouse building in the town of Henderson, Iowa, at eight (8) o'clock p. m. on the 15th day of July, 1948. for the purpose of receiving bids for the building and erecting of a high school auditorium and gymnasium and bids for the plumbing, heating and lighting of same, in accordance with the pluns and specifications now on file In the office of the secretary of said Board of directors*at Henderson, Iowa. Proposals will be received by said Board of directors and at the time as above stated will be opened and publicly read. No hid may be withdrawn for a period of ten days from the date and hour set for receiving bids. Said Board of directors re- ssrves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any infor- !u the bids. Bids must be accompanied by DANCE BYERS ROLLER RINK HENDERSON Saturday, July 10 MUSIC BY THE FIVE Jive Bombers McKEE FUNERAL HOME Tnon Lloyd W. (Mac) McKee * CARSON, IOWA loo Ambulance Hcrvire ' Carson PARENT! COFFEE SHOP GRILL is in the "Spot Light" Introducing These new headline!-* satisfaction!! eating From the Grill .... STEAKS CHOPS FRENCH FRIES Including u varied menu ot' short-order meals and sandwiches We offer you many fuuntain treats for hut weather relief. ENJOY AIR-CONDITIONED DINING COMFORT We will be closed every Tuesday We close every night at 7:30 except Saturdays at 10:30 THANKS! ! ! To all those who sent flowers at our | S

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