The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on January 30, 1947 · Page 8
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f AGE EIGHT THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, JANUARY 30. 1947 News of Henderson • RANDOLPH *|j Mrs. KVarl Harbor nnrt r.nn i, , .,__ ... i ~ " ~ .. Don>t mlss " The God of Crfia - MJS8 LOIS TOfXO WEII TO T.. ns-iv _.»r_«. Mrs. KVarl H.irl.or and r.on Ril! nn.rl danchtfr Marian traveled to Lincoln Satnrrtay. Marian Will nttfnd collp.tr to major in Jnn«lc whirh shr plans to toarh. At thr Methodist Sunday school Sunday Mr?. Asnes Workman had rhftrpo of the World Sprvlco program. The suhjrct was India. S.-vpral of the yoiine folks took part In the program. Mr. and Mrs. Hr-rman foppock and daughter .Tndy and Mrs. Jnd Coppock and Wanda Flae were Council Bluffs and Omaha callers Saturday. Or. DeWItt of Macedonia was A caller In town Saturday since Several had the flu. Miss Neva Harris, a sister of Mrs. John Buckles of Henderson nas left for Waiklkl on Maul island in thp Hawaiinns \vhere She has accepted a position as advisory nurse. Mcsdames Beth Davis and Claude Holt altrnded n district convention of the Latter Day Saint church held In Council Bluffs Sunday. Mrs. Davis attended a dinner Monday in honor of her birthday. 1 Ardls Adams was a Riiest Saturday evening and Sunday of Dona Ailensivoi tli. Mrs. Martin C'hrlslofferson was on the sick list a few days* Mrs. Edith Viner assisted with the hot lunches at school. Marian Maxwell dinner guests in thn Clandf Mr. and Mrs. of Lincoln wnr last Wednesday Monrp home. Word has b<-'p;i received of tho illness of Harry Priest who was a resident h«-rr- several years 350. He I* partially paralyzed. He lives nrar Hancock with his son and family and has heen 111 since December. Tom Jonps held n farm sale at his home near Wales Tuesday. They will move to Wales. Dr. and Mrs. R. I,. South were In Drs Moinps a few days last week. Mr. South was attending a convention. Mrs. Jimmfp Wilkenson, a former resident hut now of Peru, has had an Infection In several (Uicers hut Is improving. Mr. and Mrs John Halnhow who have been in Camdenton, Mo., have gone to Hot Pprlnps. Ark., fnr spvernl weeks. Andy Moore of Carson visited his daughter, Mrs. Dorsey livers, and family Wednesday; also his sislrr. Mrs. Mary Wilkenson. He returned to Shmiandoah Thursday to work at the seed house. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Paul were in Red Oak last Tuesday having denial work done. Mr. and .Mrs. Ken Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Aliens- worth and son Donald were transacting business In Malvern and ___ , „„.. * miss "The God of Crea- MISS LOIS Lewis Farrlngton has parchas- tion ." a sermon from science by " " truck to he used In his Dr - Irw 'n A. Moon. See the wonders of the universe by sound film In natural coJor. A sermon you'll never forget. Date. Jan. 16. Time, 11 a. m. Placo. Hillsdale church. No admission. The Hfllsdale Community club met in regular session at the school house Friday evening. After an enjoyable program refreshments of hnt dogs and coffee were served by Ben Jackson and Carl Buch. Cliff Kelly is helping Earl Harman finish husking corn. They expected to finish Tuesday. to the Clarkson hospital in Omaha Saturday afternoon. She' has been seriously ill In her home for the past six weeks. Mrs. Mary Sawyers and Margaret and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Culver were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Andrews In Glenwood. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sawyers, Mrs. Estella Sawyers and Mr. and Mrs. Evert Sawyers of Emerson and Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Andrews of Omaha. Mr. and .Mrs. Albert Asmussen. Mr. and Mrs. Parl Mlckelwalt, Mr. and Mrs. George Howard, Mr. Howe, a former and Mrs. Hoy Mayberry. Mrs. WED TO I* DEAN ESTES a new husiness The official board of the Methodist church held a business meet'ng last Thursday evening at the church. Theodore Shook purchased a new body for his Standard OH track last week. Gordon Steiner has returned from the Mercy hospital in Council Bluffs after having an operation for appendicitis. Mr. ffayney of Olenwood was a business caller in town last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Morris, who have been In the Edmundson hospital in Council Bluffs, have returned to their home here. Bernard Rhoades of Glenwood was a business caller in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Sample and son of Red Oak visited her sister. Mrs. Dave Owens, and family Friday. Fleryl Morris has returned home after spending several weeks at an Omaha hospital. He had an operation performed on bis back. Miss Ruth resident, but now of Council Carol Lovelady and Carolyn, Miss Bluffs, visited in the I.'. A. Wight Janet Carter, Miss Beverly Thorn Mr. and Mrs.. Ken Williams Glenwood Monday. wi.re fsls guSiiridny In the Pearl .Mercer home In Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moore Wi>re Omnliii callers Monday. Mr. Moore has hern poroly of late. Bernarlinc McKeenny spent last Wednesday night with Sharon Allonsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Coppock were business callers In Omaha home a few days last week. Miss Howe will graduate in a short time from the Mercy hospital as a nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vinrr of Elliott ivere guests Sunday In the T. D. Phillips home. ._ - - • '«"«»»i-on »nun B in uniaiiH Mrs. Lewis FarrlnRton has re- and Council Bluffs last Thursday rn nrl ft'f,tt\ n «. t.-. 11 ... 111- i_._ . i . . . "J* turned from a visit with her uls- ter and family at O'Neal, Neb. Mrs. Edith Viner has returned from a stay with her mother at Glenwood who has been 111 and is now Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Russet Coppock ai\d Mrs. Dean Freeman were • guests last Wednesday evening In the Mrs. Mary Wltchelt home In Macedonia. . A good crowd attended the Christian Aid last Wednesday. All wish for Besides the members several cry . guests were also present. The Aid gave $100 to the Drake university fund to help educate more young men for the ministry- Lunch was served by Mes- flames Josie Houser and Elsie .Daugherty. , QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress Arising front STOMACH ULCERS MIC TO EXCESS ACID rrMBoofcT.lltofHenMTreatiMntU.il Mint Help or it Will Cost You Nothing A pood sized crowd attended the Methodist Aid lact Thursday. Several guests were present besides the members. Lunch was served by Mesdames C. H. Amlck and Carl Isaacson. A good will card was signed by friends present and sent to Mrs. Victor Norton who Is in at her home In Long Heach, Cal. Mrs. Norton was a worker in the Aid while a rest- dent here and also In the church. MT VFDVfkM ""• TCIxlilWl Community \iglit nt Mt. Vrrnon Jan. .11 as and Fred Reasoner enjoyed a pot luck dinner in the Culver home Friday evening. Mrs. Roy Mayberry accompanied by Mrs. T. L. Caley and Mrs. Kred Seeger were dinner guests of Mrs. Edgar Hughes' northwest of Glonwood. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grudle entertained Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mayberry and Mr. and Mrs. George Phelps at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Linn Hough of near Missouri Valley wore visitors In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lydia years living at Glenwood, celebrated her 85th birthday last Tuesday. She received over 30 Mrs. Dale Allensworth. Refreshment committee is Mrs. Leland Stroud, Mrs. Alton Alberts and Harold Sinner. The committee who had charge of refreshments for the Christmas meeting had a well planned menu for a pot luck supper. They are to be complimented for their work as it was a big success. In this vicinity. She received a gift from the Christian church at Glenwood as she has been an active member In all the years of her residence at Glenwood. Her four children were with her on that day. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Springer and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore l9.ofthBWtiT.on Shook were visitors In L 9 A 0 . f - t i 1 . 8 . wlL LARD Molnes , aat Thursday Carrol Phillips has returned from a few weeks visit in California with relatives and friends. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Jones and in the afternoon they visited their aunt. MIss.LuwllP Jones, in Olenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Roenfeldt and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Phelps enjoyed the ice cycles in Omaha last Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bloomer visited Sunday In the home of The bride's honqnet was caught by MISB Marie Campbell. Assistants at 'the reception included Mn». Freda Henry, Mrs. E. F. Hopkins. Mrs. Harold Mchols and Miss Slyvia Kondos. Mrs. Hopkins had charge of the guest book. For her going away costume, Mrs. Estes wore a stilt of spring bin" with hat and accessories to match. He shoulder corsage was of white gardenias. There were about 123 guests at this lovely wedding. Those from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Estes, Mr. and Mrs. Hyron Dashner, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Focht, Kay Allen Estes and Ross Brannlan all of Randolph; Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Young, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nichols and Mrs. Freda Henry of Ozark, Ark. and Dr. and Mrs. O. Penqulttes of Sapulpa, Okla. Following a short honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Estes will be at home at Plttsburg, Kan., where both are attending Kansas State college. — From the Tulsa Dally World. Mils. MAnr FICHTER PASSES AVfAT MONDAY Mrs. Mary Flchter. who has been ill for several weeks passed away Monday evening. Mrs. Fieh- ter is one of the older residents of Randolph and for^years has been identified with the church and community life. Until her health failed, she led a very active and busy lite, being tireless in her service to her family, neighbors, and many friends. At this time funeral arrangements have not been completed, pending word from relatives in the west. I_it<T: Funeral •service* «|l| bo lieM nt tliti Methodist rlmrrli at Randolph, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 p. m. Mnnsflcld'n Kunrral Home IM In chat-Re. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Flchter of Shenandoah called on Mr. and -Mrs. Everett Bliss and family on Sunday afternoon. Edward Hlckman resigned from bis work at Sidney and has gone to California with John Qadberry He plans to settle at Hospville and his family will Join him later Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wederquist sr.. Warren Wilson add Larry Heaton were in Griswold Saturday morning. and Mrs. Maurice Alberts. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Young of Ozark, Ark., announce the marriage of thefr daughter, Miss Mrs. Jim Davis and Miss Evelyn Ooodner were in Omaha Sunday. curuU| W.B. Wheeler Druggist Henderson DRS. KLINE & KLINE Oateopathlc Phyilelani Office hourt; 1 to 5 p. tn. and 7 to > p. m. on Saturday. Other Houra by Appointment Office In Kwnee A Nelion Building X-Ray Dlaanoilj Phones: Office 2331 Houae: Dr. D. M. Kline 3821 Or. J. A. Kline 48<1 plane. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Viner were in Omaha last Friday. Mrs. Gladys Braden and Arch DeBolt were united in marriage Jan. IS by Rev. Lamb of Macedonia. The marriage was performed at the Howard McPherson apartment In Council Bluffs. Mrs. DeBolt has been postmaster at Macedonia the past 13 years and will continue her work. They are of now taking a few weeks trip to man Hot Springs, Ark. Mr. DeBolt farms near Macedonia. The friends of L. W. Triplet! are happy to know that he is able to be up and around the house since his recent Illness. .\lbortn Host* at Card 1'arty Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Alton Alberts entertained at a card party Saturday evening. High score went to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goy, low score was taken by Mr. and Mrs. Des Lawrence Alberts. Traveling prize was won by Richard Goy. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bass. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bower, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Alberts, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goy, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Alberts and Mr. and Mr, ana Mrs. Tom White left last Thursday by auto for various points In the south and Mi- Pla. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest ,. , , he skirt ended In a full bridal train. She wore an 18th century They visited Mr. and Mm is • » shower of UUH yoinis in tne south and Ml- la. The marriage was celebrarprt t a "uu-iuei 01 wnite win- wianey called to see Mlsse ami, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest at 4 p.'m., Thursday In the Hose whit* _*M" ^ a shower of and Lena Penn.at the H. \ Bloomer are staying in the White Chapel of the Boston AveMeth nai.,,? ' bb °?- ," er ° nly OI " home T »u«d.jr afternoon, home while they are away. odlst church, Tulsa. Okla with „!«?•.?.. V!-* e 8tr! " g ° f Rer> and Mrs ' J - E - E Mr. and Mrs. Claud \vmia ma »h« n«»w u n ,.. ..'" _. » le - r ' 8 > a girt or tne groom. and rrandaon .in™ ,..,.« *._ home while they are away. Claud Williams s. Bob Williams returned Friday from a three weeks visit with relatives' In western -Nebraska. Miss Helen Schade of Omaha her par- offl- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller were visitors - odlst church, Tulsa, the Rev. H. Bascom Watts elating at the ceremony. The altar was banked with palms and tropical ferns. Tall cathedral candles were placed on either side of the white satin priedleu. Tall floor baskets filled with white winter flowers completed the decorations. nament was a pearls, a gift of The impressive „„? ?* Mrs ' J ' E ' En «Iund *-_•"-, . , Kran«»on Joey and Mrs. double ring Adams called to Bee Mr« Bob ••— • ""e» ---• — -•«*» *>*»iiou t\I B06 JUPB ceremony was used as the couple Martin and son at Nebraska Pledged their troth. hospital Thursday afternoon. Miss Marie Campbell was maid "f honor and the bridesmaids were Miss Dorothy Ward and Mrs. Erdlth Gaddy. Miss Campbell wore a gown of pink chiffon ...j. u^vui uLiuiia. ..~.. »VF*C _ £uwn or pinK cniuon Mrs. Jolin Kolsted presided at wltn a lac e bodice and her hat of •---—..»., _i--u an B, Glen Bower of Red Oak and Mr and Mrs. Dale Bell. the pipe a Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parker Sunday dinner-guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold — — — •" _-u<ij tllC 11UO_1I- tal Friday afternoon and Is improving nicely. Arleigh Shepard went back to the T" after home. ert th !£ flowers and net was in the same shade of pink. She carried a formal bouquet of American Beauty ... _. roses tj ed with matching ribbon, and "I Love You Truly." Th* bridesmaids were attired in Little Jane Hopkins, niece of l k >' blue chiffon with lace bodies. organ and presented of nuptial music. _„„ _ the ceremony Dr. Rob D. McCullough sang "Be It was in honor of the birthdays Mr' and Mrs. Glen Snodgrass of Mr. PBrker and Haro(d Black from east of strahan 8 ™™££ his sister. Mrs. Earl Harman. Mrs. Walter Hilton was taken We installed 53,000 telephones in Iowa in 1946 Although we still have a waiting list, we are making progress in reducing it. The number of telephones put in This is encouraging to us-and should be encouraguig to you even if you are one of the relatively few still waiting for a telephone. For we were able to accomplish what we did in Bpite of serious shortages in nearly every material that goes to make up telephone equipment Most things we need continue to be scarce Thtf prevent, ua from making a definite i»SS aa to%hen every "held order" will be flflS aS thf servjce can be made as good aa we would like, But we are making progress. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONf Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Virgil R on k were Mr' and Mrs. Harold Myers of Clarinda. Afternoon callers were James Myers and two friends of Missouri Valley. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bower were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rhoades and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bower of Red Oak. Ralph Wederquist drove from Otturawa Friday to the week end with his parents, , Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Wederquist afternoon to make plans for the Barbara and Leroy Bower observan ce of the World Day of miniature bride, in "a floor length white satin dress and French lace veil. She carried a miniature - - • *»*-.p v.u| i 4GV4 tJU" lonial bouquets of pink roses and pink sweetpeas. The groom and his attendants cascades of satin rib- Estes of Randolph served his brother as best man. Dr. Henry P. Gaddy an d Mr. Ed Felmlee were th'e groomsmen. The bride's mother, Mrs. R. M in Rev, and Mrs. Boos and Rev and Mrs. Shanklin of Emerson Mrs. Flora Kochersperger. Mrs Sherman Allen, Mrs. A. J. Grif- spend f n ' C ' w - Bishop and E. E. Wiley niftt at the church Sunday afternoon to make plans for the wlth bons. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a gown of white slipper satin seed pearls and French handmade so " s h-de ot biue with a'fl'oVe'r'ed waist came to blue ha * in matching color Her jront and back and accessories were black. She wore a co r8a g e of pink .talisman roses. C. Bullington Mrs. W. B. Estes. mother of the groom, chose a suit of soft gray with the new long jacket for her n Ti polnt ^ Mr. and Mrs. I and daughters visited Mr and Mrs. Dale Shelley and family Monday evening. ->«•'• «•» j *-*i/ n or T-. — ----- *T w- *v* 4-*«»^ \JL f were week end visitors at their Pra y er F *b, 31. The churches in family visi ^d , _,. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Will f-merson and Champion Hill will ftnd Mrs - F1 °yd Northrup and Bower. hoiH «prv;n,ao *«™,_i _. ,. family near Griswold r . .----——»_. *i_» O. tlHJ, Bower. nold services tpgether at the Sunday dinner guests of Mr cham f io11 Hill church. Rev and Mrs. Leland Stroud were Mr'. f heo] d° r e H. Epps of Lincoln will and Mrs. Charles Murphy """" " and Mrs. Gerald Garst Ann of Council Bluffs. and and . the afternoon service Mr. and Mrs. Harry Conaway , fi»»rt **„„, j ._ „. * ices speak at and will also speak at an evening ily of Griswold to visit !!_ vl ?_ e :... A1 ! nei s hb oring churches Queen's parents costume. With it she wore a veil- Mr, and Mrs. Deau McLain and Cd hat and white s'oves. He cor- ' - ' Sunday with Mr. beaut^'roses'' 1110 " 6 ' 1 °' Amerlcan Mr. and Mrs. Young were boats at a reception following the wed- Cooper ding. Baskets of all white flowers were used through out the house The bride's (able was covered with a beautiful had made linen Mr. and Mrs. and family ._..___ Mrs. Richard McQueen I' I ---...., vuiianay were Monday afternoon callers in the Leland Stroud home. Dale Bell had some teeth ex- r8 - '« Nims last Joe Allen and Keith vistd racted at the office of Dr. Harms T , hurs day afternoon. Both ladies and Mrs. Eramett Cardiff !f In Omaha Monda mo viaited Wrs - ^ w Kllae. O " Frank ._. , M ,. P. «•_''"* "*•!« doah Sund «y afternoon, ed on M * I _°£ er ' p _f wr ^ Ml ' 8 ' Flora Kochersperger Mrs ed on Mrs. Arthur Nlms last Joe Allen and Keith visited Mr.' . rms , . Omaha Monday morning. At viaited Wrs - ^ w Kllae. present he is getting along well Mr ' and Mr8 ' Ole nn Kelienbar- Mr. and Mrs. John Schroeder S .f r and fam M/ were visitors mlnature bride and groom. The was. surrounded with a gar- of white flowers and maiden fern. White tapers, shed a soft Ugfcit Irojin eUfaev Ellen Kay CERTIFIED — INSURED PERFECT DIAMONDS an insurance policy with every ring. THE LARGEST SELECTION Men's and Women's WATCHES »n Southwestera Iowa. Use. Our Lay Away Plan and your Credit BETTER WATCH REPAIRING at A.W.Underbrink returned spending home last week several weeks after with L. C. Bullington home Sunday evening. ~ — - •«- •»« »• cf aa **<vu — friends and relatives in and near The Good Wlu cl - b *»! meet Broken Bow, Neb. Mr. and Mrs ~ ponald Schroeder have been carl Evert Taur8da y. Feb. 13, Mrs. with Mrs. Carrie Mccar - . for the livestock and doln« ln wln be assisting hostess. iit! f4nxl n _ A t_ _t . ™ MP a n rl H*«.~ h w r*'t*±i _ — - -_•_. •»Tuabi_'_)flk auu (j chores during their absence Mr. and Mrs. George Weder- and and Mrs. A. J. Griffin, Mr. Mrs. L. c. Bullington and . _ . e eer- , • - quist and Ralph Wederq.uUt were ^"Shters were sapper guests of Sunday dinner guests of Mr and F1 , orence and Wilma Cooper Frl- Mrs. Ern ' da evn ner guests of Mr and , Mrs. Ernest Wederqvist and 'f am- da { evenll »K•«'•. an <l Mrs Mr«. Austin Bass WM « u over guest of her parents. Mr o W ' A • e ° wer - 8*tir4w Sunday Austin Bus and E. B. Wiley and . f» d Mr «- WJley's sitter brother-in-law and tvotiy ol K °«fc«sj>er»«. =KS M. Viurvw, u._*. 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