The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on March 6, 1947 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, March 6, 1947
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THE MALVERN LEADER. MALVERN. IOWA. MARCH 6, 1947 PAGE FIVE Senior Athletic Darrah's Orchestra Adm. 50c Friday, March 7 Malvern Com. Bldg. Jenkins-Evans Vows Garden Club Sees Exchanged Saturday Films at Theater The marriage of Miss Jean Jenkins, daughter of Mrs. Henry Miller, and Carl Evans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Evans, took place Saturday at 8 p. m. at the home of the groom's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lang. Rev. Lester Hall performed the ceremony In the presence of the Immediate family and a few close friends. The couple will reside In Malvern where the groom works with his father. At present they are with the groom's parents. Robert Stogdill Weds Kansas City Girl Mr. and Mrs. Joe Duff of Kansas City have .announced the marriage of their daughter Alice to Robert Gerald StogdIII, son of Mr. and Mrs. Koah StogdIII, on Feb. 23 at Aletha, Kan. They will make their home In Malvern. Mrs. StogdIII Is employed In Bhenandoah and will come here as soon as an apartment is available for them. Mrs. Ben Martin Hosteas to Martha Circle Martha Circle of the Women's Society for Christian Service will meet Tuesday. March 11, at 8 p. m., with Mrs. Ben Martin. Observe loth Wedding Anniversary Friday Mr. and Mrs. Max Daahner observed their 10th wedding anniversary Friday evening with a dinner party at the Malvernette. Places were set for 24 guests at • table with talisman rosee for the centerpiece. Bingo was played following dinner and then the guests went to the Dashner home where tables were arranged for cards. At a late hour punch and cookjtss were served. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plerson, Salt Lake City, U., Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Dashner and Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Wright. Pacific Junction. An unusually large attendance was occasioned for the Malvern Garden club Tuesday afternoon when members and friends were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Pace at the Empress Theater. Two nature films and a garden- Ing movie were shown during the afternoon. A discussion of the work and history of the Mills County Soil Conservation District was given by J. F. Wearln Jr. of Hastings, the chairman of the district commissioners. He told of the organization's purposes and some of Its accomplishments. Miss Lucille Stubbs, county Home Economist, discussed the need for gardens and urged members to grow some vegetables for display at the county fair. Felix Summers, conservation assistant at the 8C8 office, also spoke briefly. ' " Mrs. Louis Knop presided at the meeting and guests from Red Oak, Strahan, Olenwood and, other communities were present as were also.members of the Junior Garden club, led by Mrs. N. P Crlnk. A recent bride whose picture failed to arrive In time for the wedding story in last week's issue. > COMPLETE Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted Glasses Made and Repaired tn our own Shop DR. L. B. PETKRSEN Optometrist Ked Oak, Iowa Successor to Clyde B. Curtis, O.D. First Door North of Fauces T. L. Donneni Hosts at Dinner Party Thursday Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Donner were hosts last Thursday at a dinner party for eight. Cards were played during the evening. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Buttmann, Mrs. P. D. Slothower, Mrs. W. D. McCausland and Mr. and Mrs. R, W. Salyers. Hartleys Entertain at Steak Fry Saturday Night Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bartley served a steak dinner Saturday night to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ruse, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ruse and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert O'Dell. The remainder of the evening was spent playing cards. Mrs, Ralph Bower Hostess to Westminster Guild The Westminster Guild met with Mrs. Ralph Bower Tuesday evening with 18 members and three visitors present. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Max Benton. It was decided that the Guild serve Easter breakfast following the sunrise service at 6:30 Easter morning. The Guild also voted to give $100 to the Restoration fund. Other matters of interest being disposed of, the meeting adjourned until the next regular meet- Ing. Mrs. t Bower was assisted by Mrs. Basil Clay serving delicious refreshments of sandwiches and upside down cake and coffee. You May '•:•• '•- - */ Here's that amazing water-proofiing surface coating which provides a positive protection against damp walls or floors or wherever seepage exists. This is the material which was developed for the Maginot line and which proved so effective in all tests made. AQUELLA is easy to use. It works on an entirely new principle. We have it ready for your needs now in the quantities you want. Mrs. Albert Winstone * nd Mrs - CTf Kcny " c Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jackson, Miriam and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jackson, Billy and Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wolfe and Barbara, Mrs. May DeElley, Mr. and Mrs. Drayton Slaughter, John and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bloomer, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest White and Mr. and Mrs. Parl Mlckelwait. The evening was spent visiting. Rev. Ray Myers was on the sick list Sunday and was unable to bring his morning message. The W. S. C. S. will meet at the home of Mrs. Ernest White Thursday afternoon, March 13. Myron Jones, Ben Jackson and Forrest Bloomer attended the Farm Bureau meeting in Malvern Friday. Mesdames Fred and Orvan Grudle attended a shower at Thurman last week complimenting Mrs. Wilbur Travis. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Scherer and sons visited Sunday with his parents; Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Scherer, Mr. and Mrs. Orvan Grudle visited her parents la Omaha Sunday. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bloomer attended the young married people's Farm Bureau meeting in Malvern last Thursday evening. The Hlllsdale Community club met at the school house Friday evening for their monthly meeting. John Longstreet showed three reels of films! Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bryant and children visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ulys Core near Oakland. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mayberry were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Parks In Glenwood. Mr. and Mrs. George Buffington were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Less Pippltt. Lyle Hansen and family moved Monday to a farm near Red Oak. Tom Wright of Rook Port, Mo., who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim VanRenan and looking after farm Interests returned to his home Monday. .,., Mr. and Mrs. H. H,f Hlllyer and Floyd of near Imogepe were visitors last Thursday Jn the Ross Bryant home. '•'' Bob Buffington, student at Omaha U., spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank Buffington. Mr, and Mrs. Edward Taylor of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs Dwight Keith were visitors Wednesday evening in the Dale Sell home. Mr. and Mrs. Drayton Slaughter and sons visited Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Powles. south of Pacific Junction. Miss Jeane Seeger lias finished her psychiatric training at the Bliss hospital in St. Louis, Mo., and is returning to the Methodist hospital in Des Molnes where she will graduate Sunday afternoon Frank Buffington was able to be brought home Wednesday from the Clarkson hospital and is doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Fre/| Grudle spent the week end with her brother and wife^Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sewing, near Avoca. Cloyd Rlst and sister Maude were callers in the ' Culver-Sawyers home last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Howard attended a reception at the J. T. Skerritt home in Silver City Sunday celebrating their golden wedding anniversary. Cappefa Coin Collection S«cn by Rotariuit Numismatics, and how It Erows, was explained to Malvern Rotarlans Tuesday evening when J. M. Cappel discussed his hobby and showed a small part of his unusually large collection of coins. Mr. Cappel also explained characteristics which add value to coins and told of some of his experiences In collecting. Mr. Cappel. who recently insured his collection for $13,000, has some 30,000 pennies alone, as well as extensive collections of commemorative coins, gold coins and a wide variety of silver coins. Engagement Announced at DeMert Bridge At a dessert bridge Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick James Buttmann announced the engagement of their daughter, Margaret Ann, to Robert Hughes Hageman of Omaha. Mr. Hageman Is the son of Mrs. E. L. Hageman and the late Mr. Hageman of Lincoln, Neb. Both Miss Buttmann and Mr. Hageman attended the University of Nebraska. Miss Buttmann was a countesa In last fall's Court of Ak-Sar-Ben. Circle I Adopts the Name of Mary Circle I of the Women's Society for Christian Service met last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Harry Kemp with Mrs. Will Bower and Mrs. Clyde Heaton. co- hosteEses. Mrs. Harold McCain was the leader of the February lesson. A report on the sale served by the circle showed a profit of $105 after all expenses were paid. The circle voted to adopt the name of Mary. Hfffular Meeting of Church Societies March 13 Local church societies will meet Thursday, March 13. Baptist kenslngton will be entertained at the F. A. Mulholland home. Presbyterian union members will meet with Mrs. L. A. Talbott. Women's Society for Christian Service will meet with Mrs. n W. Salyers. Officers of W. S. C. 8. Enter, tolned at Donner Home Mrs. Roy Donner and Mrs. F. R. Chantry entertained Wednes^ day at a dessert luncheon at the Donner home. Guests were the officers of the Women's Society for Christian Service. They made plans and discussed the group meetings and work for the coming year. Present besides the hostesses were Mesdames T .W. Qidley, Geo. Payne, Harry Evans, Glen Pevehouse, Harold McCain and H. O. Weak. Entertain at Dessert- Bridge Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hyde were hosts Wednesday evening at a dessert-bridge at their home. Quests, included Mr. and Mrs Lorance Lisle, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Robbing and Mr. and Mrs. T W Gldley Jr. Mrs. Mae Wolfe Hostees to the Jj. T. N. Club Members of the L. T. N. club were guests of Mrs. Mae Wolfe Wednesday, Her assistants were Mesdames S. J. Anderson, Laura Clay and Joe Haden. Twenty- eight members were present. Special guests were Mrs. Pearl Kline and Mrs. Gene Grouse. Routine business and visiting occupied the afternoon. Thank* I To the members of St. Johns congregation, Walther League, Sunday school, choir and pianist and to friends, also to Pastor Lobeck, we feel deeply grateful for your expressions of sympathy in word and deed during our recent bereavement caused by the death of our beloved mother and grandmother. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Glahn and Children. Dr. Clayburg will be here for our last quarterly conference on Tuesday, March 11. This is also the meeting where the officers and committees of the church for next year are elected, therefore every member should be presnt. We will meet with the Henderson congregation at 6 p. m. and with the Wesley congregation at 8 P. m. Monday, March 10, we will meet with Mrs. Amlck in Hender- Ron at 7:30 for the last session of our study class on "The Life of Christ." A committee in the Wesley Chapel church appointed to study The Lord's Acre Program, made a report last Sunday that was so favorably received that we are planning to use whatever time Is necessary next Sunday to discuss the possibilities of working It out in this community. Everyone who is interested in keeping this church KoinR forward is urged to be present for the discussion. The sermon topic will be "What Shall I Give to the Lord." to Emerson Itaptl.ot Church Rev. r. H. Shonklln, Pastor Sunday school: "March Sunday school in March." Morning worship, 11. Evening worship, 7:30. We nre happy to report reaching our missionary goal. Our church was honored to receive the certificate of merit for community service for 1946 from the Iowa Christian Rural Fellowship recently. Ah Spring I t News of the Churches Methodist Church Hev. I/oster C. Hall, Pastor The stewardship emphasis Sunday will concern prayer. Special nujsic by the choir at the 11 a. m. service and a three minute talk on Stewardship. Sunday school convenes at 10 a. m. The Martha Circle meets Tuesday evening. Circle I meets Thursday afternoon. The junior fellowship meets Thursday at 4 p. m. Choir practice Thursday at 7 p. m. The county youth rally will be held at Silver City one week from Sunday, afternoon and evening. Union services during Holy Week. Presbyterian Church , J. SI. Strong; .Minister Church school, 10 a. m. Common worship, n a. m. March 13: Social Union, 2:30 p. m. as scheduled. Senior choir at 7:30 p. m. March 14: Junior choir at the church at 4:05 p. m. sharp. Baptist Church Rev. Win. llaker, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Worship, 11 a. m. B. Y. F., 7:30 p. m. Choir practice and Bible study Wednesday evening. Wesley Chapel-Henderson Methodist Churches John R. Trimble, Pastor Wesley services: Worship and preaching. 10 a m. Sunday school, 10:50 a. m. Henderson services: Sunday school, 10 a. m. 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Friends of Mrs. Walter Hilton will be pleased to hear she is doing nicely and it is thought she may soon be home. Appreciation We wish to take this means of thanking our friends, neighbors and relatives for the many beautiful flowers, gifts, cards and letters received during our ton's illness and death. Marvin and Bernice Woodfill. C*r4 of FIRST to expreu my de«p ap- pr«*latloB to my friend* for the lowly flower* »ad c*r<U awt to Collins Drug Co 'taw US! & W, Kftlrtt Hah**, "••"••••••••••••••pw *£* » ltw «w t»« M«4iy run.. HII. LanA I. g MFU/tt Vbw *«r» w nuowou, } ewwet ^"••jgggg^WgM^gtWa^ at pfUMRt thank eae)t on* indi- vidwOlv b^t 40 want you to toow thw »tt«ntloBs m«Mt wu<* to W«. Roy Cau4«u. »«,t. W* wlrt IA — -"* 8upp*r ifr. *na MM. ouud Mid CfatrUt WUUajM »t « cojoptrtUvt aup <ity avftniBc w » fftrtvtU for IN MtcktiwaJt fMttr. QgaiMi w*r* Mj% W4 Itofftlt Milter, Hr» tail Hit, Oil} ?«*«r* lift *** RADIOS A big showing in now of the newest radios by Crosley and Zenith. 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