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Malvern Leader, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1962, Malvern, Iowa Hastings News HERB STOGDILL Correspondent Connie Good Had Birthday Party Saturday Afternoon Connie daughter of and celebrated her 9th birthday Saturday after Those enjoying the party were Beverly and Connie Kathy Joyce Con nie and Vicki Mary Sue Falser and Stevie and Many nice gifts were re Refreshments of ice cream and pop were Hastings Methodist Church Willis Minister Church School at 9 Worship service at 10 Senior MYF Monday evening at Intermediate MYF Thursday evening at Official Board Thursday even ing at and Wendell Craw ford and family drove to Eldora Courtier and Ula Hamilton were in Council j Bluffs Vickie and Connie Goforth of Bartlett spent the week end their and Henry Hall Pall On Icy Streets Elizabeth daughter of and Joe fell on icy streets breaking her Her brother Raymond also fell the same bruising his elbow and Both received medical Edgar Paulsen is a patient In the Murphy Hospital at Bed undergoing surgrey last She is in room The afternoon and even ing circles will meet together on 8 at at the Methodist Hostes ses will be Irene Ada Haines and Ruth Raymond Hall has been unable to work the past few days as she has been ill with the and Herb Stogdill vis Edgar Paulsen at the Red Oak hospital Monday even Debbie Shepard and Gail Cronkite of Malvern Saturday in the home of Stella and Lonnie Gustin were Glenwood visitors Clara Bell Van and Mary Margaret Ashley of Emer son spent Thursday evening their Terry James Goodwin is a patient at Joseph hospital in and Gary Good and children of Council Bluffs visited Saturday in the Rollie Good Vanderpool was ill last week with the Miss Esther Swanson and and Eugene Hagglund of Essex spent Sunday in the Fred Lookabill Mable Fender of near Emer son visited Monday in the Daniel Vanderpool The Cemetery Association will meet Wednesday 7 at the home of Herb Stog MILEY SCHMIDT Correspondent Just Us Girls Club Elected Officers William Barber atten ded the January meeting of the Just Us Girls club on the evening of the 18th at the home of Warren Aistrope in In the election of officers for Robert Wyant is Pres ident Donald vice president Fred and Lee Attended Funeral Services Friday in Nebraska and Guy Haynie were saddened with the news that came to them Tuesday evening of the passing earlier in the noon of her Roy Kizzier in a hospital af ter a long battle with cancer and Haynie and Claude Kizzier of Glenwood left early Friday morning for Hold ridge to attend afternoon funeral Kizzier was the first of twelve brothers and sisters to depart this Our sympathy is extended to and Hay nie in their ON STAGE MAGGIE AND SCOTTY and the Dude Cowboys will enter tain on stage at the Malvern Community Building in Mal vern on at The Good Neigh bor Farm Party is free to all farm families of this sponsored by Spiker Feed Produce and Doughboy ELMO HITES BOOKKEEPING SERVICE INCOME TAX Post Office Saturday supper guests of Mr and Glen Charlena and Roger were and Mrs Robert and Roberta of Council Bluffs Joining them for the evening were and Kelly Bolte Marshall and Owen of Silvei Tom Kingery visited Sun day with and Dan King ery in and Maurice Alberts went to Pacific Junction Sunday meeting Alberts moth Edna ot Texar Kaha Mrs Kunze and Clark o Glenwood left immediately fo Audubon to see Brackett in the hospital following the break Ing of her hip Kunze will stay for a few days visiting in the Alberts home and in Audu Alberts and Kunz were at the Audubon hospital on Harold Edith Billy and Beverly with ari Lyle Don nie and Carolyn and Powles of Red Oak were Sunda guests of and Everet Kenneth and Barban in Harolds Friday birth day was and Robert Schroeder Norman Sinner and Mrs Willard Glenwood am Warren Tabo were in Greenfield on Sunday at tending the 2 oclock afternoon wedding of Miss Arter burn of Fontanelle and Rollan Ehrsam of Monday evening guests of Mr and Ralph Parker were Mr and Perl an Leonard Parker and Mar Anna and Miley Ic cream and cake celebrated Mrs Ralph Parkers and Elmer and Marlene were visiting Sunday with his An na Fieselman and and Mrs Clifford Fieselman at Milford Sunday supper and evenin guests of and Parker were and Leon ard Parker and Mary DARLING VETERINARIAN 4671 FOR DEPENDABLE Tank Wagon Service CALL PACE OIL 3021 or 4901 After 7 3492 Your Business Appreciated Birthdays Honored Week With Parties An evening party on Tuesday the birthday of Elmer Spending the eve ing with and Haney nd Linda were and Floyd and ack and Tom and Roy The guests enjoyed visiting to other and Haneys lovely gifts Refreshments were Jello fruit salad and and Haney and Linda were hosts on Saturday evening the birthday of Roy Britton with and Black man and and Jack Ha ney their Roy received birthday remem brances and fruit and were Junior Driskell came Sunday evening from West and Driskell and their three children returned home with him after over a weeks visit with and Hardy and fam and Robert and Donnie and and Norman Sinner and children were visiting Wednesday evening with and John and Petera and Michael of Council Bluffs spent Sunday with Ethel and Lee and Sam Winters and family of Emerson were last Sun day supper and evening guests of and Elmer Haney anil Linda and Roy and Richard Bass and Douglas and and Austin Bass were in The ladies and Douglas visited with Miss Ursula and Harold Sinner and Joyce were Saturday visitors of and Norman Sinner and and Clarence were visiting Saturday with and Forrest Steph ens and sons making tance of David Jack Haney were evening and Paul Seeger spent Sunday with and Friday evening visitors and William Barber and family were Mrand Wayne Jones and family from near Visiting Sunday afternoon with and Leonard Parker and Mary Anna were Ger trude Murphy and Rollo Jones Larry Irwin was a Sunday din ner and afternoon guest of and Schmidt and home from Omaha for a Saturday afternoon with Tom Kingery were and Floyd Blackman Jack and Haney attended the sale in Vernon residents are still falling victim to the flu Wayne Lee Diane have been quite The seven Hardy children were out school this past Joyce Sin ner returned to school this Mon day after a two weeks Diane Blackman was a dinner guest of Linda Linda in turn spent the afternoon with Di ane for Visiting Sunday afternoon and evening with and Glen Charlene and Roger were and Breton Fudge and Randy of Harold Blackmans Friday birthday was celebrated with and Elmer Haney and Linda coming for sup per and evening with Edith and and Wilson vis Thursday afternoon with and Vern and Jack Haney and and Dwight Myers and family were Sunday visitors of and Clarence Myers and It was a pleasure to have a nice week end for a our first in some A nice week coming bringing spring that much Vern Miller with j Freeman Bertelson and Ron ald Bales of Tabor were co hostesses Tuesday evening at the Bertelson home at a pink and blue shower complimenting Jesse Hetzel of Spending Sunday with and Harry Evans were Miss Mary Lou Evans and of Guthrie and Ken Janet and The occasion was the third birth day of Miss and Austin Bass were in Council Bluffs Friday after noon and again Sunday afternoon visiting his Louis Bass of Glenwood in the Edmund son Bass entered the hospital Thursday evening1 for observation and We wish for her a most speedy n THE MALVERN LEADER a Iowa February nnd Frank Chamber lain and and Lyle Houts and family from near and and Bob Christian Douglas and Donna from the community were of and Don and A family dinner celebrated the January birthdays of Houts nnd NOW YOU CAN BUY OUR SUPERIOR BRANDS OF ALFALFA AND CLOVER SEED TO SAVE YOUR TIME AND PROTECT YOUR YIELDS INOCULATION i LOOK FOR THE TAO ON THE BAG Good Grain Hastings AT JACKS SUPER SAVER IN HASTINGS OUR QUALITY IS PRICES LOW 1416 WIENERS 69c SAUSAGE 3 No Bone No Fat Pork Lard carton BACON Squares Whole Dolly Madison LARGE Angel Food CAKES 49 FREE PANCAKES AND SAUSAGE AIL DAY 2 3 Also 10 Cash Prize For the largest grocery order sold in the two days REGISTER FOR DOOR PRIZES WATCH for Children under Box of Groceries and Box of Apples for Adult Prizes BANANAS SNOBOY TOMATOES SNOBOY CARROTS 2 bags RADISHES 2 bags ICE CREAM All INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT Carton of CANS 5 FOR Frozen Orange Juice Elgin Sacramento Mixed 18 ASSORTED JELLY EACH PHONE 871 A CG Store 2 PEACH OR APPLE PIE ROBERTS 12 CARTON COTTAGE CHEESE MEADOW GOLD QUART CHOCOLATE MILK BUTTERNUT COFFEE 2 can Large Balloon Attached to GUYS POTATO CHIPS COOPERS PANCAKE MIX 3 STALEYS Waffle SYRUP jar Supreme Crackers box Texie Laundry 28 DIAMOND Book Carton of 50 lOc JERSEY GLOVES 3 2 Big Green Gloves
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