The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 29, 1946 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, August 29, 1946
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1 THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, AUGUST 29, 1946 Kntfrtnln In Honor of Former O Misses Jackie Anderson. Armina Ellison and Bob Salyers were hosts Thursday evening for a party feting Barbara Kline who left Saturday for California and Howard Hertz who returned Tuesday to his home In California. The guests met at tne Klljgon home and were then taken to the Empress theater. From there they went to the Coffee shop for refreshments and then to the Anderson home for dancing. The guests, with the exception of Miss Carol Conyers, started to first grade together. Others present besides the honor guests and hosts were Misses Jane Dalrym- Ple, Evelyne Knop and Carol Conyers of Villa Park, III.. Roger Landls and Charles Nagle. Mrs. Elsie Johnson Host OK* to R. N. A. Ixxljtr- Bept. 0 Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Friday, Sept. 6, at the home of Mrs. Elsie Johnson. A good attendance Is desired. DRS. KLINE & KLINE Oiteopithlc Phyiletcnt Office heurt: 1 to 6 p. m. »nd 7 to > P. m. en Saturday. Other Hour* by Appointment Office In Kunee 4. Nelton Building X.Riy Dlignotta Phonet: Office 2331 Hou««: Dr. O. M. Kline S«21 Dr. J. A. Kline 4861 Mrs. Ki, on to I,. T. X. Clnb Sept, 4 The L. T. X. club will meet Wednesday afternoon. Sept. 4, at the home of Mrs. Elton Clay, with Mrs. Ted Bowen. Mrs. W. H. Clay and Mrs. Orville Babbitt co-hostesses. Compliment Mrs. Robt. William* (it Pink unrl Blur Shower Mesdames R. W. Salyers, How- .ird Lookabill and Max Benton complimented Mrs. Robert Williams at a pink and blue shower when they entertained at a dessert luncheon Saturday at the Salyers home. Twenty - four Euests shared this courtesy -with the honor guest. R. N. A. IxxlRo Honors Mrs. Dclpha Thomas Feting Mrs. Delpha Thomas, who left Sunday for her new home in Blue Island, 111., a party was given by the Royal Neighbor lodge at the George Short home Friday night. Mrs. Thomas has been oracle for the local lodge for more than 20 years. She was presented with a fountain pen by the group, showing their appreciation for her faithfulness to the lodge. Visiting occupied the early evening hours before refreshments were served. Mrs. Frank (iHirchlll Host to Malvcrn Garden Club The Malvern Garden club will meet with Mrs. Frank Churchill Tuesday, Sept. 3. The year books •will be ready for distribution and a small fee will be charged. Edward Scftton Olphrates 7th Birthday at* Snfnrrtay Party Guests were entertained Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5 in honor of the seventh birthday of Edward Seaton. His mother. Mrs. Paal Seaton. served a lunch of ice cream and birthday cake to the group, consisting of Sylvia Crink, Carolyn Dashner, Tommy Walsh, Terry Walsh, Bill Collen and Gary Harshbarger. H. S. r. Blub OnesT.i or Mrs. Harold McCain An*. 21 The H. S. C. club held its August meeting at the home ol Mrs. Harold McCain with 13 members and three visitors present. The visitors were Miss Blackman, Mrs. Dave Hatcher and Mrs. Perl Royston. Mrs. Pearl Kline won high score and Mrs. Lulu Stout the booby prize on the quiz on bowers presented by Mrs. Ha Bell. Mrs. McCain served deli- clous refreshments to the guests. The September meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Lucy Wilson Wednesday, Sept. 9. year spent at Lindenwood college. Mrs. Anna Mary Mitchell i s enrolled at the University of .Southern California. Two Malvern students who began their studies at the Commercial Extension school in Omaha this summer will continue through this fall, Billle Jean Haden and Zelpha Walker. PAGE FIVE HILLSD ALE NEWS 'News of the Churches Nt. Johns Lutheran Church Northeast of Malvern Paul Qlahn, Pastor Sunday, Sept. 1, there will be no service or Sunday school on account of the mission festival at Oakland. Services at Oakland begin at 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. No \Valther League meeting next week. Choir rehearsal at the usual time. Always a welcome for you here. Send Your Roll Film to the Jones Photo Studio at Red Oak FOR FAST ONE DAY SERVICE Film Not. 120 -*620 - 35 - 116 - 616 - 40 First Baptist Church lU-v. Win. R linker, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Classes for all. Morning worship, 11. Tho Sunday school will have a picnic at Red Oak Sunday, Sept. 1, following the morning service. Vesper services in the park. Parents, if possible, plan to accompany your children. It will bo easier for the superintendent. POLIO INSURANCE THIS^LAN for • DOCTOR BILLS The usual and customary charges by a licensed doctor of medicine or osteopath for treatment. • HOSPITAL BILLS The usual and customary cliargee made by the hospital for room and board, all service of regular hospital attendants and any hospital apparatus 'or medicine used in the treatment, • SPECIAL NURSE Usual charge made by a registered nurse, not to exceed 912.0O per day. I • AMBULANCE Usual charges, to or from a hospital but not to exceed $50.0O. • IRON LUNG Customary charge for the rental of an iron lung or similar mechanical apparatus. • TRANSPORTATION Airplane or railroad transportation to another locality for treatment if deemed necessary by attending physician. POLIOMYELITIS (INFANTILE PARALYSIS) The Most Dreaded Disease of Mankind 1. Although epidemic stages are reached during the summer months, polio fuses are common the year around. 2. Polio is one of the most expensive diseases known, expensive treatment by highly skilled therapists is vital. 3. Polio cases are NOT confined to children. Many cases are recorded among persons of all ages. 4. By this small Investment you assure yourself and your j loved ones of the finest treatment of medical science. ANNUAL PREMIUM EACH INDIVIDUAL Parents Included With Children THIS SPECIAL KilKHGKNOY PO14CV 18SUEU IIV UNITEO BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE CO. Coiupauiou Company ojt the Mutual Ueuent Health & Accident Association, the Largeat Kxcluwive Health aud Accident Company lu the World. • Over $4(10,0100,000.00 Life IUMIWUKO in Force. • Over $00,000,000.00 lu Assets. Cou|iuu Methodist Church Rev. K C. Hall, Pastor The sermon theme Sunday morning will be "The Purpose of the Church." Sunday school, 10 a. m., under the general direction of Baton Tennant. The Woman's Society and youth groups will resume activities in September after the summer vacation period. Our annual Rally Bay will be one week from Sunday. (No Obligation) SHENANDOAH DIVISION Bo* 194 (Continued from page one.) ha where he will be a freshman pharmacy student. Claire Steele will leave Sept. 4 for the University of Nebraska at Lincoln where fall studies will be resumed Sept. 21. She will be a junior in business after having completed oue year at Lindenwood college and one at the university. Returning for the fall registration will be Grace Cardwell, sophomore music student, Jerry Wilson, a junior in law school and Robert Cappel. Roy Dean Mansfield will enter as a freshman in the school of business and John Wilson as a law freshman. Veterans returning to Iowa State college at Ames to register Sept. 23 will be John Slothower, junior engineering student, Bill Summers, science sophomore and Bill Baer, freshman pre-vet student. Returning Sept. 15 will be Helen Ann Stevesson, senior home economics student and Maryann Jones, home economics junior. Volney Smith will register this year as a sophomore engineer. Participating In freshman day activities at Iowa State beginning Sept. 18 will be Lois Robinson, home economics, Mary Margaret Stevesson, home economics and Mike Jones, engineering. At the University of Iowa, Iowa City, Malcolm Campbell will return for the Sept. 23 registration as u junior medical student and Wayne Maddocks will enroll an a sophomore in the school of dentistry. Jim Hering and Jack H«rtug began their studies at the University this summer in com- uitsi'ce ami will ^turu this {all. Currol Houser will outer as a freshman in speech aud dramatics. la addition to students start- lug back lu school this (all tut a those whose scholastic activities couUnus throuyb the suwiuer. Mary Alice Washhuru has cum- out! year o| trfctaltti *t I he Uttivvrsily of Nebraska boa- |4tai iu Ouiafaa iu addition to * * Rural Improvement flub Met Last Wwk The Rural Improvement club met at the church last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Alice Davles hostess. There was a pood attendance. Mrs. Mabel Van Wickle, Mrs. Fern Mayberry, Mrs. Arthur Thieschafer and Miss Lizzie Madden were guests. Mrs. Elsa White led a very interesting discussion on "Should the Bible be read in the public schools? All were of the*oplnion that It should. Mrs. Davles and her helpers served delicious refreshments during the social hour. The next regular meeting will be with Mrs. Myron Jones Sept. 18. Mrs. Amelia Thieschafer is leader. HillwlaJe Church Ray Myers, Pastor Sunday school, 10:15 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Subject, "The Lord's Prayer." Come and worship with us. We need you and you need us. Bob Fleming of St. Joseph, Mo., visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grudle Thursday. Mrs. A. H. Culver picked n gallon of rejjl raspberries from their patch Monday. The berries wore of good size and quality. Mr. and Mrs. George Howard and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mayberry and Gall were callers Friday morning In the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Skerritt in Silver City. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones and son Gordon of Silver City and Miss Luella Jones were guests in the Myron Jones home Thursday. The W. S. r, S. meet in regular session with Mrs. Leonard See ire r Sept. 5. Leader. Mrs. Alice Davies. Topic, Aims of the I'nitfd Nations, | i " Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Culver and Miss Lizzie Madden were visitors Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geinmel south of .Malvern. Mr. and Mrs. Cox of Lytton and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Howard of Sac City were visitors in the George Howard home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Raines and daughter Donna of C.onzales. Cal., telephone birthday greetings to Mrs. Haines' father, Will Van Orsdel. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Anthony and children vlsltc-d Thursday In the Par! Mickelwalt home. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Martin who were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hilton left Thursday for Beaufort, N". C., to visit their daughter before returning to their home In Woodburn, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Warren returned Saturday from a vacation trip to Colorado. While gone they visited her sister, Mrs. Jack Wahl, In Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest White, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. George White and children were callers Sunday afternoon In the Leonard Se*gor home. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mayberry and Gall Dean left Friday evening for their home in New London. Their son Gordon went Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wilson of Falrfield were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Shepard Friday. John Buffington of Crawford, Neb., visited from Wednesday until Saturday with his mother, Mrs. Laura Shepard, and brother, Dwight Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Van Ors-r del and daughters were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Inmau in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, Allen-and Sue visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Van Orsdel and Mrs. Frank Plumb. Dr. Jerry Dnmmer has rf'fiv- '•d his riischarcp from the navy and is vi.eltlnc in the Leonard Seeger homo. Miss Audrey Mickelwalt and Evan Miller \vrrr- Thursday dinner CIK-SIS of Mr. and Mrs. I'arl Mlfkf-iwnii. Mr. and Mrs. Rocs Hryant arid children were Sunday dinner uuests of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Xoiton in Malvern. Darl^ne, Susan and Karen Norton came home with them and stayed until Monday r-vening. Mrs. Leslie March of C.lonwood was helping care for Mrs. Laura Shepard last week. Friends of Mrs. Shepard will be glad to know she Is improving and is able '-" bo up and around the house. Mr. and Mrs. Less J'ippitt and children attended the Plppltt family reunion at the home of Karl Plppltt in Missouri Valley Sunday. Mrs. Frank Fitzpatrick and baby came, home from the Edmundson hospital Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Less Plppltt and family wpf e Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. nil) Fitzpatrick in Glenwood. HASTINGS Woman's Club to Mrct Sept. fl The Halting" Woman's i Itih will meet Friday. Sept. fl, at the churrh for an offict rs' tea. Roll call will b" answr.rrd with sugar saving recipes and each member is nskfil to bring several copies of her recipe for exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin spent several days last werk visiting with relatives and friends In Winchester, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Aimer Clark of f'larlnda and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. llurke of Shenandoah \vprr- guests In the Fred Martin home Sun- dnv. T. E. SHONKA, M. D. Physician and Burgeon Office .1 floors sonth of Empress Theater Phones: Off. 4331, Res. 4343 Courtier Electric Repairing on All Electric Appliances and Electric Motors All Makes of Washing Machines • , • Electric Wiring Material and Lighting Fixtures Appliances I Phone 271 Hastings Schoolday "Frolickers" Once again we've shown you that we know how to do it. Yes, we know how to send the kiddies off to school. We know that they need sturdy, long - wearing clothes in pretty colors and cute styles. And that's just what we have awaiting Mother's selection. 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