The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on October 17, 1946 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, October 17, 1946
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THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN. IOWA, OCTOBER 17, 1946 PAGE FIVfe CORN CORN Soy Beans Top prices paid and your business appreciated. We are in The Corn Business! It is our privilege and duty to serve this community in always furnishing a ready market for grain. We maintain elevators, corn shellers, trucks and complete equipment for this purpose and furnish honest, efficient marketing facilities at all times. Feeds A complete line of protein balancers to feed with your home grown grains. When You Have Grain To Sell It Will Pay You To See Us BATES-COLLEN ELEVATORS Ray Collcn - Phones: Office 5021, Residence 4551 - at Malvern, Strahan and Clark Groffs Announce Malvern Couple Wed Daughter's Marriage in Hiawatha, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Groff announce the marriage of their daughter, Wilma Qroff, to Cpl. Leonard M. Davis, son of Mr. and and Mra. Leonard Davis of Malvern on Oct. 3 at 7:30. The ceremony was performed at the Ft. Belvolr chapel at Ft, Eelvoir, Va., with Chaplain Cooke officiating. For the occasion the bride chose an aqua suit with black accessories. The couple will re- Bide In Alexandria, Va. Will Return to Their Home Recently Furnished on Marion Avenue Members of O. E. S. Enjoy Special Feature** History of O. E. S. and a review of the book, "The Second Mile," were special features of the 0. E. S. meeting Tuesday evening at the Masonic rooms. After their business meeting Mrs. H. j. Benton gave a splendid resume of the origin of Eastern Star from its beginning in France. Mrs. O. H. a gracious manner reviewed* the book which is a series of lectures on the different phases of Eastern Star work. The social hour was in charge of Mrs. Ira Turner with Mr. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Na«el, Mrs. W. L. Shaw, Mrs. R. L. Campbell and Miss Blanch Em- erlck assisting, ' Malrern Relatives Guests of Mrs. Kob't Benton A group of Malvern relatives *ere guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rob«i Benton near Tabor Thursday. Dinner was served at the Brick Inn at Tabor. The guests were entertained at cards at the Benton home following dinner. Those attending were Messrs. and Mesdames Max Benton, E. U. Benton, S. J. Anderson, Dudley Conner. Mrs. A. A. Benton and Mr, an d Mrs. H. J. Benton. Perkins Announce Daughter's Betrothal The betrothal of Miss Gilda Perkins and Robert Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Myers of Sidney is announced by the bride- elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Perkins. Miss Perkins is a graduate of Malvern school with the class of 1944 and Mr. Myers graduated from Sidney high school in 1942. He recently received his discharge from the navy after two years of service. She has been associated with the Mutual Benefit Insurance -Co. in Omaha. No date has been set for the wedding. Sirs. Kennelh Allt-nsworth Nuptial vows uniting Miss Thelma McClure, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McClure and Kenneth Alleusworth, son of Mrs. Zula Allensworth, were spoken Oct. 15 at Hiawatha, Kan. Judge Bailey officiated at the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Malvern high school with the class of 1938. The groom graduated from Strahan schools with the class of 1931. He recently 'was discharged from the army after having served 4 Vfc years in the army air corps and is employed at the Wilson Hatchery. They will return to Malvern Friday and be at home to their friends in the home which they have furnished on Marion ave- Announce Engagement and Wedding Date Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Olsen of Council Bluffs announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Geraldine LaVonne, to Lloyd C. Haynie of Glenwood, son of Mr. and Mrs, Guy Haynie of Malvern. Miss Olsen is a graduate of Abraham Lincoln high school, class of 1944, and is employed at the Omaha chamber of commerce. Her fiance is engaged in farming. The couple have chosen Dec. 28 for their wedding date which also will be Mr. and Mrs. Guy Haynie's silver wedding anniversary. SPENCER to relieve •into on . Doctor.' pre .' MAS. NAUIARET WALTZ Q«k. low* Ph, M»W Kensington Presents Mrs. Baker with Birthday Gift Mrs. Paul Seeger with Mrs. Lewis Bass and Mrs. W. L. Smith ag co-hostesses, entertained members of the Baptist kensington last Thursday afternoon. A rummage sale and chicken pie supper were discussed during the business meeting. A surprise feature of the afternoon for Mrs. Wra. Baker was presentation of a birthday gift from the kensington. Twenty- eight guests participated in this pleasant afternoon. Mesdames W. A. Bower, Austin Bass aud S. T. Danford were special guests. AUCTION SALE n$w bwr« and I have a great number o| fall, wlatw BIU) «>ring a*les booked at this time. Hy ye«w of esntrienee telling in several different at*te§ will mean dollar* to your pocket wle day, . Cill no* and wrtnf e tor y<«» «**» d*t*. Phone 866, Red Oak, at my wiwnM, L V, BRADLEY, Awot, Honored at Miscellaneous Shower Sunday Mrs. Doris Hatneld Schroeder aud Mrs. Bette Hatfleld Moore were complimented at a miscellaneous shower at the Nellie Perkins home Sunday afternoon. After games were enjoyed by the group the gifts were opened by the honorees. Refreshments were served late in the afternoon by the hostesses, Mesdames Glen Perkins, Dallas Hatfield, Forrest Hatfleld and Earl Graham. Legion, Auxiliary to Meet Oct. aa American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday, Oct. 22, for their regular meetings at the Liberty Memorial building. Many matters of importance will be put before the membership so a good attendance is desired. Time, 8 p. m| Mrs. Talbott Reports on Zoning Conference at Social Union Mrs. L. W. Miller was hostess last Thursday to members of the Presbyterian Union. Mrs. Bertha Talbott gave a report of the Zoning confeience of the National Missions which she attended at Sidney last week. Assistant noa- were Mrs. H. L. Qearhart and Mrs. Wm. LuU. MID. Chantry Give* Talk on India at CHrcle Thursday Member* of Circle III of W. 8. C. S. of the Methodist church, were guesti of Mn. B. A. PUtt last Thursday afternoon. Her «*» aUMAt* were M»«duao» Frftfik GhujreiiW, V. KUttni* Ire Turner, HIUOB, A. Jtefciw aft* McCliirc-AIlcnaworth Shower Attended by 100 Guest* Baskets of vari-colored fall flowers, blending with the stained glass windows of the Methodist church parlors, softened by candlelight and with organ music by Mrs. Zelma Fletcher, made the setting when Mr. and Mrs. Baton C. Tennant received Sunday in late afternoon complimenting Miss Thelma McClure and Kenneth Allensworth, whose marriage occurred Tuesday. One hundred guests called between the hours of 3 and 6. ,,, The tea table, cor*red with white linen, was- centered with a white and yellow bouquet on a shallow crystal bowl, flanked on each side with white tapers. Mrs. Ben Martin poured and Mrs. E. D. Hering served the ices. Mrs. Cecil Hoover, Miss Velma Jean Stogdill and Miss Neva McClure had charge of the guest book and the gifts. Assisting the hosts were Mrs. Vern Dunn, Mrs. W. D. McCausland and Mrs. Wm. Christopher of Omaha. Charlie Campbell Observes 74th Birthday Oct. 9 On Oct. 9 a group of their children and their families gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Campbell to help Mr. Campbell celebrate * his 74th birthday. He received many nice cards and gifts and also a large birthday cake baked by his daughter, Mrs. Walter Walker. The cake with 74 candles centered the table. Attending the festivity were Mrs. Walter Lytle of Brentwood, Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. Emery Martin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Walker and Violet, Mr. and Mrs. Willison Campbell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Campbell and Nancy, Claude Sullivan and Charlie Davis, Mrs. Charlie Campbell and Tommy, The day was greatly enjoyed by all present. Mra. F. A, Wortiuan Hostess to P. E. O. of Red Oak Twenty members of. the Red Oak chapter of P. E. O. attended a meeting of the order at the . F. A. Wortman home Tuesday. Mrs. Wortman, Mrs. J. F. Wearin and Mrs. J. F. Wearin jr. hostesses to the group. Mrs. J. F. Wearin was program chairman and her topic was "Women in the News." Mrs. R. C. Ferguson of Red Oak gave a brief review on "How Women's Styles Predict Future World Events." Visitors from nearby chapters were in attendance. Sadye Mclntyre Entertains at at S O'clock Luncheon Mrs. Sadye Mclntyre was hostess today, Thursday, entertaining five guests at a 1 o'clock luncheon. Enjoying the luncheon and visiting which followed were Meadames O. R. Hyde, Bertha Talbott, 8. J. Anderson, T. W. Gldley and, I. L. Douner, News of the Churches Methodist Church Our Sunday school is continuing to gain in average attendance and teachers and pupils are showing a great deal of interest. The new class for the older young people got off to a good start Sunday morning under the leadership of Mrs. R. W. Salyers. The sermon theme at the 11 o'clock service will be a continuation of a series, "The Sermon on the Mount." The choir will sing an anthem. The youth will meet at the parsonage at 7 p. m. for the evening lesson and business meeting. Choir practice Thursday at the church at 7 p. m. Circle No. I meets Thursday afternoon. The district meeting of the Woman's Society will be held at the Epworth Methodist church in Council Bluffs Oct. 30. First Baptist Church Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11. Theme, The Sorrow of Jeremiah. B. Y. F. at 7:45 p. m. A good program that includes all ages. "Let us go unto the House of God." Choir practice at the church Thursday at 7 p. m. More details regarding the 75th anniversary will be given next week. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Roenfeldt and Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Sell and Miss Helen Has- mussen were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ruth Sell and sons, Vcrn and Floyd. Mrs. Frank Plumb visited Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Parker in Council Bluffs last Thursday. Mrs. Dwlght Keith entertained at a post-nuptial shower at her home Friday afternoon', complimenting Mrs. Wayne Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Less Plppitt were visitors Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carol Bloom In Glenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bryant and children attended a family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bishop in Glenwood, The dinner was to celebrate the 59th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Bishop. Dwight Buffington was quite ill last week but at this writing, Monday, is much Improved. Tom White was taken seriously ill last Thursday but had improved the first of this week. C, E. VanOrsdel visited in the Will Van Orsdel home Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bloomer were Sunday dinner guests in the Homer Collier home in Glenwood. Several from this community attended the Farm Bureau meeting in Malvern Tuesday evening and heard President Allen Kline. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Culver, Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Mayberry and Mrs. Mary Sawyers attended the Barton-Andrews wedding in Omaha Saturday evening. Mrs. Erma Sawyers, daughter Dorothy and son Merrll of San Diego, Cal., were visitors last Thursday afternoon in the Culver-Sawyers home. Mrs. Dick Shepard and son went to Des Molnes Friday to visit her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Martin jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams are the parents of a son born in the Edmundson hospital In Council Bluffs Sunday. Waste paper needed. Save aU you have. Call O. N. Jones to pick It up In Malvern! GET WELL THE CHIROPRACTIC WAY Latest X-Ray Service Phone 175 for appointment DR. A. E. STOKES Chiropractor Emerson, Iowa J. St. Johns Lutheran Church Northeast of Mulvern Rev. Paul Gluhn, Pastor Sunday, Oct. 20: Sunday school at 9 a. m. Services at 10 a. m. Walther League on Tuesday evening. Quarterly meeting Sunday afternoon. Always a welcome here for you. TWO-WAY TRACTOR PLOW 5£SS5*S53 S^SSS^s •£££**«=:*: **,„ !* . th «'«ner« tr.-, H1LLSDALE NEWS jmu*Mjma*.iai>m.**.iiH*iHa Center Township Farm Bureau Met Friday Evening The annual meeting of Center township Farm Bureau was held at the Hillsdale school house Friday evening. Walter Phelps presided. Seven families were present. Ben Jackson was elected director and Forrest Bloomer assistant director. Clarence Nagel was on hand with bis picture on North Carolina and a short comedy which were enjoyed by all. Mrs. Phelps and Mrs. Jackson served refreshments of cookies, sandwiches and coffee. t ri'l I' * •«• IIIMINATU 1MI •uo NIIOW L TUIMi ill IMIIOWI ^ HfHIU * A Many Attend Fail Ouoreronce Harry Htmunni Pott aad Unit 9| the American Wit fe? Hi* »»• »• Qfei»»*» vu latia Mi t&» tol* to M nttMUa* ittiaaw At WP T^Jf •? yt -igffjMWp' ^••iii« | *ia™s!M!t ?^ Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seeger were visitors Saturday evening iu the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Seeger. Mr. aud Mrs. Ernest Seeger left Twetday (or New York. Paul Roenfeldt and Dean J*ck- «oa fttunded * hoc ««i« »t e»o City l*»t we«k. Prtatii Howard of 8*c City visited <mr the w**fc «ud with Floyd »»ll. Mr- a&d Mr.. Bill Buffiu«Um fawny a«4 fULIS CHALMERS ^> A I t ^ AND itKVICfc T. L. Salyers Mtlvera at Hf* ant Hie. u«

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