The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on July 15, 1948 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, July 15, 1948
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FACE FOUR THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, JULY 15, 1»48 DrOirjitr Cjirlltonlr lirlN nnd Honor I5cv. nml Mr*. Hoo* A snrvli-e was held in Methodist i-hurrh Sunday linos both responded with tnlks. l.cjtlon Auxiliary Mcot« A t.'ibln lad^n with gifts of AVitli Mrs. Cart>l Hicks food stuffs comprisnd a shovvpr Tho regular nu nting of tho l.ovi for Kov. and Mrs. Boos which was Burton I'nit No. "iT"- of the AiiK-ri- Tulibf intondpd to nssist in rpplontish- tho home of Mrs. Carol Hicks Kmcr-on M<Mh<«li-t Churrli Kov. Clnro H. ««>"•». Minister The Morning Worship =ervi< P 11:15 a. in. Sunday school 10 n. in Champion Hill ^°««-~ r Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bullington Tho Good Will club met last visited Monday night with Mr.^nd , pad! Thur«dav afternoon wHh Mrs. Mrs. Robert Carmichael and R 0 - Bnllington, Mrs. Vic- byn near Emerson. Mrs. S. C. S. meet- tor Thomas was co-hostess. Bertha Mr. and Mrs. Max Green and „»„, of Jmlef and Mr?. I.r> and Krlnn Tubbs Alexander. Later ing their pantry shelves (a wol- Friday afternoon with a pood at- Sunday, tho a plnquo will bo placed In the rome cift in the present high tendance. Routine business was The monthly eve- church vestibule bearing the rost of living). can Legion Au.xiliaiy was held at ins on \\ean with a two fold purpose. A names of those for whom the mo- In the church parlors, pictures disposed of in regular form. at the churcr do<!ication of the Carillonic Bells morlal was given, wore shown of the Bible school in Miss Katherine Smith gave her special effort .-,.,,...>. "•-"-_". at '. ~ " Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Williams I WHS combined with a welcome Rev. C. H. Boos conducted the session in various classes and de- report on girl state of Grinnell every member to tie i r . • ... and jj arold frofn near Elliott vis- rorpption for Rev. and Mrs. C. dedication service, assisted by partments, pictures of the Jones- college. June 20-27. She elected a this July meeting. ^ n rcciate Bobbie and Gary Shelley ac- j te( j Sunday afternoon with Mr" H. Boos. Rollin Bass and Claude Barns. Douglas wedding and also other judge of election in county, took Rev. and Mrs. Boos .IP «i companled their grandparents, and M rs _ Lester Thomas and trustees. Mrs. Clyde Rhoads of pictures of interest. out nomination papers to run for very much the 1 . ec ^ l ' on Mr . and Mrs. J. F. Shelley to 111- «jon. A half hour concert of sa'cred ni enwoo d, granddaughter of Visiting was enjoyed and a senator of state and was elected shower that was held tor mem ._ ._ ,__ t T ^,, t . 0 ^ Q ,. ,„ viR u r el- numbers and the chimes was JudKe and Mrs _ Tubbs, presided committee was In charge of re- a representative. She gave a last Sunday night. played before the meeting. Going at , he piano freshments whjich consisted of splendid report in a pleasing — ~ 0111 over the town and into the - - an abundance of sandwiches, cake manner and thanked the unit Emerson Baptist Cliiirrli country tho sound of the elec- Following the dedication ser- and kool ftde very much f or the honor. Rev. C. H. Shnnklin, Pastor ironic n.u.-ac and bells was an ap- vice, In behalf of the congrega- j >^ ne new o ffj cers installed were Sunday school, 10 a. m. propriato prelude to the dedl- tion, Rollin Bass spoke, welcom- Mr and Mrg L Rudge and Mrs. Margaret Carlson, presi- Morning worship. 11. cation service of the memorial ing Rev. and Mrs. Boos back for three chlldren {rom New j er sey dent; Mrs. Esma Barns. 1st vice; The Emerson Baptists have which has been given In memory the coming year. Rev, and Mrs. v , g , ted the firgt of the weeb in the Mrg Anna Jean Me rrill, 2nd charge of the union service at S _____ home of Mr and Mrg G eorge vice; Mrs. Erma L. Allen, sec- p. m. at Chautauqua park in Red Ginger as they were enroute to retary; Mrs. Mary B. Gibson. Oak. The pastor will deliver the Santo Monica, Calif. treasurer; Mrs. Effie Boos, chap- message. There will be a joung es< list Thursday to visit rel- Mp< and Mrg ^ ^ eorge Bishop, Evelyn Jeanne and' j Mrs. Harold Cooper and Child- Deanna McLain yisited Saturday ren were dinner guests Tuesday n i g ht and Sunday with Mrs. Bish-l ~~~ op's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. I Berryhlll near Lincoln. COURTIER ELECTRIC •WIRING •LIGHTING •FIXTURES Phone 121 •- Hastings Dr. and Mrs. Roy Kinney and two children of Covington, Ky. and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rhoads ™ ^t- of Red Oak spent Sunday even- » at ing in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Kinnev and Miss Lurland Able. lain; Mrs. Mabel Honeyman, his- people's choir, torian; Mrs. Evelyne Evans, pi- Dorohv jh ns o n Pete Winters, Junior Hunts- n Marllvr .Lang man and Billy Shapcott joined !' the Armv Air Corps and left - ms ' Tnpsdav 'for San Antonio Tex. Mrs.' Margaret Carlson read Tuesda> for ban Antonio, . her committees as follows: re- George Hossle of Winner, S. D. Mrs. W. H. Cramer was taken habilitation, Mrs. Edith Parker, ' spent Saturday night here in the to the Mercy hospital for obser- Mrs - Margaret Grayson, Mrs. Lu- home of his lno ther, Mrs. Eliza vation Wednesday night. cile Edie and Mrs - Elsie L - Ev ' Hossle. Miss Minnie Woomancy return- ans : publicity, Mrs. Nettie Johned to her home at Council Bluffs son and Mrs. Mary B. Gibson; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Boswell of Wednesday after a three weeks child welfare, Mrs. W. H. Cra- Chicago are visiting Mrs. Bos- stay in the home of Mrs. Joanna mer; poppy, Mrs. Edna Grayson. well's mother Mrs. Ida Bnggs. McGrew Mrs. Alberta Barns, Mrs. Ola and other relatives here. Mrs. Margaret Grayson has re- Far ris and Mrs. Mabel Honey- Joey Moore of Runnells is turned home from Denver, Colo. man : community service, Mrs. spending this week in the home where she visited Mrs. Carrie J essie Cole, Mrs. Mary Gibson, of Mr. and Mrs. George Lang. Bidwell and Mrs. Laura Post. >'"• Sarah Fields and Mrs. Rose Mrs. Harold L. Sowers attend- Misses Marjorie and Jean Morse Smith; membership, Mrs. Gayle ed a luncheon in Red Oak Sat- spent the week end with their Greenwood. Mrs. Dana Oglevie, urday at the home of Lenora and grandmother, Mrs. Ina Morse at Mrs - Inez Hirks and Mrs - Ma ' M « r B ai ' et Ostrom. Mrs. MR. Clenwood linda Snodgrass; legislative. Mrs. Watson of San Fernando, Calif., Many .here will remember N. Elsie s - E ™» s an(1 Mrs - Ann was also a guest. They were all P. Cronwall, father of Supt. L. Cheney; Hag etiquette. Mrs. Inna schoolmates. J. of the school a few years ago. Kinports and Mrs. Evanpeline Americanism, education VAUGHN HOOVER.. DIAL 3431 MALVERN Mr. and Mrs. Frank McQueen I of Northboro, Mr. and Mrs. Rich-1 ard McQueen and family of Gris-l wold were Sunday dinner guests! of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cooper] and family. Charlene. Bullington spent Sat-l urday night and Sunday with' Phyllis Giles. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bishop were I Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and| Mrs. C. R. Egtes and Marshall inl Red Oak. FOR SALE 160 ACRE FARM 5 Miles Southeast of Malvern Write to A, W, FIGHTER Shenandoah, Iowa He passed away the past week at the Cronwall home near Xod- away. ' ° , and Armistice'. Mrs. Marie Jones, ot tne PHILCO'S POSITIVE PROOF PURCHASE PLAN Carson, Mrs. Helen Mae Johnson, Mrs. Until I'iokrH, Mrs. Mary Ellen Kvans and Mrs. Mary Parker; courtesy, Mrs. Alice Anderson, Mrs. I It-he Kdie, Mrs. Joyce Carlson and Mrs. Madeline B u r m e i stcr; parliamentarian, Mrs. Mabel Honnyman; hostess. Mrs. Esma Barns/Mrs. Avis Tav- iul(1 cnildren. Judy nad Billio. of as been received here of W. F. Knittle of Sionx City, father of Mrs. D. C. Coppnge formerly of Emerson. He visited here in tho Coppage home a number of times. He was born at Howley, Pa., in 1857 and had lived in Sioux City 74 years. Tho funeral was Friday at Sioux City. Rev. and Mrs. William Wessler lor. Mrs. Amanda Fields. Mrs. Alton - nl - ianu> for a HOME FREEZING SATISFACTION There'i real ECONOMY and CONVENIENCE in owning a PHILCO Home Freezer. Freeze your garden vegetablei right in your own home . . . cook meali dayi In advance . . . lave those "leftover!" for later meali or inacki .. . and enjoy the thrill of alvvayi being ready for unexpected company. You get all of th!i PLUS—with a PHILCO Home Freezer. To acquaint you with the real advantage of frozen foodi, we will give you 55 packagei of Swanson and Blrdi Eye frozen foods FREE with your purcha«e on PHILCO'S POSITIVE PROOF PURCHASE PLAN. i \ \ i EVERY PHILCO HOME FREEZER CARRIES A FIVE-YEAR FACTORY WARRANTY ALL FOR ONLY 00 I SOLD ON EASY TERMS Anna IJurmeister and Mrs. Mar- vlsit with Mrs - Wessler's cousin, tha Honeyman; postal card. Mix. Mrs - Mar >' a f'">son. Loreta Hines. Mrs. Velma Saw- Mr - an<1 ^ Irs ' O^Pe Lanp and yers. Mrs. Merna Carlson and famil - v R ' )ent Rlln( ''»>' ! » 'he home Mrs. Melba Wilkinson. of Mrs - '•«"K' t ' mother. Mrs. Pat The executive hoard commit- } ' or ^' >" Council IJluffs. Linda tee. is Mrs. Martha Honeyman. and Jo >" ce *<•**<* for a week Junior past president, Mrs. Ma- Mr - and MTB - Ed Hunt and rle Jones, Mrs. Xettie Johnson. Mrs - Iva Patterson of Council Mrs. Fern Ellis. Mrs. Amber Car- nlu(Ts - Mr ' an(1 Mrs - Walter Fishson and Mrs. Anna Ilurmelster. "• Mrs - Minnie Whisler and Mrs. Mrs. Martha Honeyman was Goldie Hl-™n enjoyed a picnic presented with a gift from the dinner In the park here Sunday. unit. She has served as president the past year. Mrs. Mary Gibson was presented with a gift for serving as secretary and treasurer the past 10 years. The offices have now been separated. It was voted to have a float in the fall festival parade and Mrs. Jessie Cole was appointed chairman to choose her own commit- A meeting place was discussed and it is to be left to the committee for the month, to say whether it will be in a home or at the hall. Year books wih be printed. It was moved and ueconded the Americanism committee take charge of removing the old honor roll from the Huntsman building. Mrs. Jessie Cole thanked each one who helped with the service men's record book. It has been sent to the printer. A rummage sale will be held in September. Coin cards are due and coming in fast. SAVE MONEY Convert your treadle sew- in;; machine into an electric qortjible or cabinet wlm five year All makes repaired and guaranteed. ODEN SEWING MACHINE CO, III. 3011 liloedel Hdwe. On Display!!! MR. FARMER: Come in and see for yourself— Continental Post Hole Digger Model "C" — 48 inch depth For any tractor with rear end power take off. When the auger goes to the depth required it stops turning and automatically returns to the top. Don't forget — we are also headquarters for farm machinery repair and parts service. CRUM & DJUREEN GENERAL REPAIR Electric and Acetylene Welding Ph. 3521 Malvern YOU RECEIVE 55 PACKAGES (Value S25) OF BIRDS EYE and SWANSON FROZEN FOOD Without Charge (including Fi>ing Chicken and Fou.'/ Frifasteet, etc.) WHEN YOU BUY A PHILCO HOME FREEZER Pace Service Company Phone 4901 Malvern Arthur Ellis has been taking his vacation from duties at the post office. Misses Bonnie, Julia and June Irvin and Glen aud Hruce Foreward, all of Macedonia spent Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Kuseell Kindig and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hodge visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Fleming Sunday. Miss Mildred Porter came Wednesday from Roscoe, Mo. to visit in the homes of her brothers, Frank and Harry. Mrs. Kate Steen has gone to Aurora, 111. to visit in the home of her daughter, Mrs. James Hagood. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nelson and family plan to move back to Emerson soon from Great Bend, Kantas. Mrg. Boyd Sellers is working in the Huntsman grocery. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shelly and thtir grandsons Gary and Bobbie .Shelley, left Thursday for a vieit at Monmouth, 111. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Sawyers, Mr^. Estella Sawyers and Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Sawyers were Sunday dinner gut-sts iu the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Andrews at (tlt-nwood. Iir. and Mrs. A. E. Stokes visited in the hoiu..- of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anderson at Stuuton Sunday. T. c. Lake tpt-nt Monday iu IMaUriti luukiu;j ufti.-r L'li.-int.-.-. Y e a r You bet it pays to get the real IH parts for your tractor. You can't beat them. They are made in the same plants, by the same men who build them for the original tractors. They will fit and wear and give the same j long satisfaction as the originals. So why take a chance on substitutes? ! Give us a list of the parts you need and we'll get them ready for you. Insure Farm Efficiency with Top Quality Equipment * International Running Gears * Steel Anthony Wagon Box •275 Gal. Fuel Tanks * 5 ft. and 7 ft. Stock Water Tanks 6'xl4' Wagon Box » KBS-6 International Truck • -sf MONOGRAM HEATING STOVES Schultz Bros. Implement Co. Ph. 5121 Malvern JceORMICK-DEERIHG MACHINES, PARTS AND SERVICE . ll 1 IU fc

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