The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on April 17, 1947 · Page 5
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THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, APRIL It, 1947 PAGET'TTTE Gustin-Sell Vows in Red Oak Mr .and Mrs. I. Z. Gustln have announced the marriage of their daughter, Delsle Wlnona, to Calvin Sell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sell of Malvern. The single ring ceremony -was solemnized In the presence of both the bride's and the groom's mothers. The ceremony wag performed by Rev. R. V. Ffelt at the parsonage In Red Oak April 9 at 4:15 p. m. The bride wore a powder bine tunic style dress with dainty pink edgings and the groom wore a dark business suit. Both mothers wore bine. The couple will live on a farm north of Hastings. Compliment Guest* «t Family Dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Petersen of Andover, Mass., who are visiting h!s mother, Mrs. Ethel Petersen, were complimented at a family dinner at the Petersen home on Sunday, Guests were Mrs. John Hammers, Marlln Hammers, Miss iYVyant, Mrs. Kenneth Blackburn, of Tabor, MM, Leonard RIley of Missouri, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mass of Silver CHy, Mr. and Mrs. Otha Mass and Junior of Malvern and the honorees. On Friday Mr. and Mrs. Otha Mass entertained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pctersen and Mrs. Ethel Petersen. T. E. SHONKA, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office 8 doors south -of Empress Theater Phones: Off. 4331, Hei. 4343 Sidney Pastor's Wife Speaks at Social t'nlon The Social Union of the Presbyterian church, meeting at the J. F. Wearin sr. home, In its regular monthly meeting had the very great pleasure of hearing Mrs. H. J. Noedlng of Sidney speak on the general theme of "Women In Missions." Mrs. Needing !s the wife of the Rev. H. J. Noeding of Sidney. Rev. Needing was the moderator of the Malvern church during its recent vacancy. Mrs. Noeding spoke of her experiences In the southwest, especially in New Mexico and Arizona, where she had visited the missions stations, schools and hospitals under the care of the Presbyterian church, USA. She also read a number of religious poems of which she Is the author. Mrs. J.- F. Wearin sr. was hostess to the Social Union and was ably assisted by Mmes. J. E. Randerson, H. T. Seattle and J. F. Wearin jr. Baptist Kensington Plans a Book Review April 80 A large attendance of members made the Baptist kenslngton a most interesting meeting when they met last Thursday with Mrs. P. C. Seeger. Her assistant hostesses were Mesdames William Baker, Alfred Baucom and Earl Williams. Mrs. E. C. Collins had charge of the devotionals. The topic, "Story of Ruth," was dramatized by Sally Mulholland, Joan Kline and Ruth Baker in costume. During the business meeting at which Mrs. J. A. Kline presided, the plans for the coming year's work were formulated and a dinner for new members of the church and plans for a book review which will be given by Mrs. Amlck of Emerson April 30, were discussed. Oirt-of-TowTi Onr«t«i Honored at Srveral ParMps Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Horn of Ferndale, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Breneman of Castle Rock, Ore., who have visited Mrs. G. E. Wolfe recently, were entertained at several parties while here. They were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Anderson on Tuesday. Saturday evening they were honor guests at a family party at the E. U. Benton home. With their hostess they spent Sunday at thj Earl Rodenbnrg home near Neola. They left Monday for their Washington homes, going through California, so that they might make stops for visits with former Malvernlans. Entertains Onests at Dlnnpr Tuesday Mrs. J. B. Lutz entertained three of her friends at dinner Tuesday. The afternoon was spent in visiting and reminiscing. The ladles privileged to attend the dinner were Mesdames J. H. Suits, C. L. Williams, Hosa Chamberlain and the hostess. Entertain Guests nt Dinner Monday Kvening Mr. and Mrs. Ben Breeding were hosts at a dinner Monday evening at their home. Their guests were Mrs. Gene Auth and three sons, Ronald, Dennis and David, Mrs. Guy Breeding, Wilmette, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Breeding and Linda and Mrs. Robt. Boehner, Mrs. Hoy Donner Hostess to W. 8. C. B. Thursday Ruth circle of the Women's Society for Christian Service met with Mrs. Roy Donner last Thursday. Her assistants were Mesdames Hugh Fickel, Fred Newell, Elmer Jackson and E. H. Grouse. Mrs. F. R. Chantry had charge of the devotionals and Mrs. Joe Donner of the program. Topic for this was "Children of One World." Senate May Cut House Appropriation Bills j Expect Adjournment Soon (>fot« - : Hm- Is nTiofhrr Ictt «T nbotit the -work of tlio 52nd O^cral A«pmMy hy Min«i <w»n ty's rpprmrntiittw. Ira I*. Tornrr. The county officers' compensation bill passed both Houses of the Assembly the past week. This bill has created much interest News of tfie Churches Methodist Church Rev. I.,. C. Hall, Pastor Sunday, April 20: An oustandlng youth group of Wlota will conduct servcles Sunday at the 11 a. m. worship services. Among the group are basket ball stars, Including Maxlne Armstrong, all - state forward. There is also a yong man who is going to become a minister. We want the full cooperation of our congregation in backing up these fine young people. The Mary Circle meets Thursday. F o r I a i s Bright, gay gowns for the spring season to add pleasure and color to happy social occasions. Flattering ... newest styling ... season's best colors and materials ... Moire . . . Chiffon . . . Marquisette White . . . Pink . . . Blue . and combinations sizes 10 to 18 Rose 12.98 „ 19.98 Tennant Shop Phone 3211 Malvern , Auxiliary Mooting to be Held April 22 The American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday evening, April 22, at the Liberty Memorial building. Heads of both groups are desirous for a good attendance. Prrsbytrrlan Church ,1. M. Strong, Minister Church school, 10 a. m. Common worship, 11 n. m. April 21 and 22 the Presbytery of Corning meets at Red Oak. Those appointed to represent the church and session are J. R. Hurst and Harry Clark. April 24 the senior choir at 7 p. m. at the church. April 25, the Junior choir Immediately following school at the church. April 27, Youth Rally at Sidney with Dr. D. I. Berger of the University of Dubuque as the speaker. The members of the Presbyterian church mfct April 11 In the annual meeting of the congregation. The various organizations of the church reported on activities. Elders elected were J. F. Wearin sr. and R. L. Campbell. Trustees elected were Fred Hall and Chas. Costello. A fellowship supper preceded the business meeting. Rev, and Mrs. H. J. Needing were supper guests. News of 4-H CLUBS Lucky Circle 4-H Club Organized Thirteen girls and five mothers in Plattville township met at the home of Mrs. Ernest Tlmmerman Saturday to organize a 4-H club. Lucille Stubbs, county extension home economist, met with the group and instructed them in the privileges and duties of 4-H members. Joanne Mills was elected president; June Smith, vice president; Marilyn DeLashmutt, secretary-treasurer; and Wanda Boquette, reporter and historian. The next meeting will be held at the home of Wanda Bouquette May 8 at 7:30 p. m. Baptist Church Rev. Wm. Baker, Pastor "• Sunday school, 9:46 a. m. Classes for all. Morning worship service, 11. Subject, "Where are the Dead." B. Y. P., 7:30 p. m. Choir practice Thursday, 8 p.. m. Ladies' missionary society meets at Miss Qutterla Skaggs. The B. Y, F. will have a fellowship supper and election of new officers for the coming year, Sunday, April 20, at 6 p. m. over the state slnre it affects all county officers and their deputies, giving them a nlre raise in salary. It is onr opinion that these folks needed thfs raise as much or more than any other group throughout the list. We fear that there are some defects (n the bill hnt they can be ironed out in the future If they prove unjust. An amendment was offered to put the salaries on a two year basis but was defeated on the floor. Of course this does not mean that the Assembly in 1949 cannot reduce them If conditions warrant. Practically all the appropriation bills have cleared the House calendar and It is expected they will be taken up in the Senate this week. They have been whetting their axes and no one can tell what the result will be. We have some Ideas of our own on this matter of appropriations for Board of Control, State Educational Institutions, school aid nnd a few others but will await Senate action before airing them In this column. If It. seems opportune we may prepare a special article on the matter later on. As of today, April 14, we have the following bills to finish up: the road bill, school aid bills, appropriations, beer bill, besides several less important ones. A resolution has been passed by the House to adjourn on April 18. This must be concurred In by the Senate. You can be your own Judge as to what will have to happen before that date. The older members tell us that It has been the most unpredictable session they ever attended. During the past week a little ceremony took place which relieved the tension somewhat. A group of the good people from Pella came dressed in their Dutch costumes with wooden shoes and during the afternoon gave a program of dancing and song and then served a Dutch lunch. The purpose was to give each of the legislators an invitation to attend their tulip festival to be given on May 8, 9 and 10. Also a memorial service was held on Tuesday evening In tho House chamber for those former members ot the House who have passed away since the last session. There were 32 names on the roll, This will probably be the last of this series of news letters since the Legislature will soon adjourn. We hope you have enjoyed reading them as much as we have enjoyed preparing them. PEACHES HAIAES No. 2»4 Can 27c In Heavy Sjrnp Cinch CORN BREAD MIX Reg. 27c PliR. IQc Desert Suds SOAP POWDER 29c 90 Size White GRAPEFRUIT 23c ofop BACON SQUARES 39c Crystal Hlilto SOAP I«rRc 15 ^ Jfe 1 y Tlirrml Sweetened COCOANUT 23C , „ APRICOTS No. 2 ij ran 24c In Hr.ii y R> rnp No. 2 Can PEAS 29c GOLD DUST Scnnrlnjf Powder 4 C * Cnn Fresh ASPARAGUS Johnson Grocery Phone 3861 Malvern St. Johns Lutheran Church ROT. Paul Glahn, Pastor Sunday, April 20: Sunday school, 9 a. m. Church service, 10 a. m. Thursday, Missionary Miller will be here. Discovered Greenland Erie the Red, a Norseman exiled rrom Iceland, sailed west In 881 and established a colony on Greenland. He gave the frigid land 1U misleading name to attract settlers. Norse colonies grew to about 3,000 persons at their peak. Hastings Hustlers Guests of Verliee Bruce April 8 The Hastings Hustlers 4-H club met April 8 at the home of Verliee Bruce. Roll call was answered by Favorite Garden Vegetables. We had reports from Evelyn Bryan, Eileene Jones and Donna Lee Scott on the last 4-H training school. They gave us recipes and methods of making cake and cookies. They also told us how to serve meals by the English style and the country style. We talked about ways ot making money but nothing definite was decided. Marilyn Phelps gave a demonstration of the correct way to set a breakfast table. Delicious refreshments were served by Mrs. Bruce and Verilee. Mary Haroff, reporter. — Save Waste Paper! — "WJL. HE TALKED ME IOTD MY CAR TO H»v« *»Y«r*l to choow from *-«you ittfd. m«4«l» u§ fw Zenith and Crosley — manufacturera you can depend upon. Radio-phpnojryaph combinatiofts, cabinets, table models. DON'T NEGLECT YOUR CAR. H»v« it *d Mid SALYER M) SI *•• MAl.VLWN IOWA Copyright 1M7 Your Congressman's Record No roll call votes were taken in the House of Representatives last week, although 25 public bills and 32 private bills were passed. The House-approved bill continuing the farm labor supply program through 1947 was amended by the Senate and reported back to the House. Last week the House disagreed to the Senate amendments and the bill is now being considered by a conference of selected members of both bodies of the Congress. The present law on the farm -labor supply program expires on June 30, 1947. The 80th .Congress is expected to adjourn on June 30, 1947. At the half-way mark, April 1, the 435 Representatives- had introduced a total of 3,265 measures in the House and had passed 164 of them. Sixteen House bills had been enacted into law. Your Congressman Ben F. Jensen has Introduced one public bill and one private bill. In a letter addressed to George B. Neff of Avoca (near Walnut), Mr. Jeusen denied that he and Representative Wolcott of Michigan had put over a committee resolution for the purpose of favoring big business real estate interests. Under the resolution, surplus war housing could be sold only for cash. Mr. Neff had inquired about an editorial appearing in the Des Molnes Register, in which Columnist Drew Pearson pointed out that most veterans were unable to make full cash, payments on surplus war bousing sale*. Mr. J60W09, in hi» letter to Mr. Neff, pointed, out th&t the reso- lutloo wa» offered with the hope th*t it would bold hacfc sales of suruius war fewwta* until the cftwtuUtee on flwifcittf a#4 Our- reaey w«* able to w$pe»» • pi|,tt- tlcal nurtaw w*r touttog djjpt. a) u^. Mr, J«KMA &«4 W* teitw La tb Week'. Record Compiled by the Mills County Abstract Co., of Glenwood, from Feb. 20 to March 13: Deeds and Contracts Mills Co. Treas. to Mills County; Tax Deed $63.97; Lots 456 & 457, Hastings. Mills County to L. W. Gustin; QCD $53; Lots 345 & 457, Hastings. Marlon D. Lang & wf. to Marion Card; WD $4,000; W. 20 A. N% NEV 4 24-72-40. John W. Skinner & wf. to Martin & Mamie Madsen; WD $12.000; W% SE% 27-73-42. F. Ida Skinner to Martin & Mamie Madsen; WD $8,000; E% NW% 34-73-42. H. F. Clark & wf. to Walter & Grace Hilton; WD $18,500; SB% SWV4 NE^4; Pt. of SBV4 NEi/4; E& SE% W. of Road of 18-7241. J.' R. & Fred Mintle to Clifford E. Sleek; WD $1 & ovc; W% SW»4 & E% SE% of 2972-43. Joe E. Davis & wf. to R. H. Mintle; WD $1 & ovc; Pt. SW% SW%; Pt. of SEtt SWtt of 1, 72-43. R. H. Mintle & wf. to R. H. & Edith L. Mayberry; WD $1 & ovc; Pt. SW»4 SWJ4 Pt. SE& of 1-72-43; Pt. NE% of 12-72-43. Marguerite E. Dean & hb. to Gilbe'rt Wilhelm & wf; WD $10,000; NW»yi SE%; NE% 2 A. in NE corner NW^4 of 1-72-43. Charles C. Colbert & wf. to R. J, Hazel Allen; WD $14,000; Lots 22, 24, 27 and Sub. Div. 1 of Lot 26 of 35-73-43. William M. Oliver & wf. to Ralph G, & William Zanders; WD $40,000. NE% & N% N% SBU of 16-72-40. Elton Clay & wf. to Dale McClure; WD $1,000; Pt. NE^ of 6-72-41. William Eugene Van Orsdel & wf. to Arlelgh & Pearl Louise Shepard; WD $1 & ovc; NWK NW% & NE% NW% of 35-7248. Karry J. Kiser et al to Edwin Sorenson; WD $12,000; SEVi 18-72-43. A. T. Bowery & wf. to Kelbert & Huth Miller; D $13,200; W% SW',4 of 35-71-42. Anna H. Stille to Clifford & Carrie Barrett; WD $3,300; W% 60 A. NWi/i of 11-72-43. R. H. Mintle & wf. to Joo E. Davis & wf; WD $1 & ovc; Lot 1, Block 85, Gordon's Add. to Glenwood. C. T. Hubbalt & wf. to Lura Newton; WD $1 & ovc; Pt, Lot 8, Block 31, Glenwood. W. H. Fireoved & wf. to R. H. Mintle; WD $500; W% Lots 1 & 2, Wlckham & Woodrow's Sub. Div. Block 33, Glenwood. Forrest E. Smith Jr. & wf. to A. F. Chllds; WD $760; Lot 1, Huffaker's Add. to Silver City. Florence E. Short et al to Marshall Mart; WD $1 & ovc; Und. 2/3 int. in Lots 9, 10, 11 & 12, Evans First Add. to Emerson. Hazel Flockhart & wf. to Marshall Mart; WD $1 & ovc; Und. 1/3 in lots above. Gerald V. Fleming & wf. to William F. Andrews; WD $1,500; Lots 1, 2 & 3, Block 94, Windham's Add. to Glenwood. Ralph Scott & wf. to J. C. & Ida Donner; WD $1,250; Pt. Lot. 4, Stratum's Second Add. to Malvern, Iowa. Charles K. Bradley & wf. to Nelson & Florence Williams; WD $3,000; Lot 3 of Thompson's First Add. to Glenwood. J. B. Taylor & wf. to B. P. & Mildred Madison; WD $17,000; Parts of Sec. 18 & 19 of 71-42; Pt. of Sec, 13-71-43. J. E. West & wf. to B. P. & Mildred Madison; Assgn. ot Cont. Val. received; Land last above. John L. Evans et al Executors to T. M. Brazelton; EX D $1 & ovc; W% W% NE% and W% SE>4 of 12-72-40. Swen C. Jensen & wf. to Chris Jensen; SWD $37,400; 8% of 36-72-40. MIscellancotiH U. S. Army discharges to the following: James R. McKee, Rhuel M. Parks, Andrew Thompson Terp, Robert E. Shepard. U. S. Navy discharges to the following: James Merrill Madison, Frederick Henry Dimmler, Edward James Lathrop, Delbert William Bowley. SPECIALS 1942 CHEVROLET FOUR DOOR SEDAN — Clean — Heater and Radio NEW ALLIS CHALMERS TRACTOR and Cultivator with starter, lights and power lift. BREEDING IMPLEMENT ^MOTORS L° JOHN DEERE- PLYMOUTH • DODGE DEALER fHOHf -tO'ft A PIPER CUB ' MALVfHH I H, BECKWITH Insurance MH. DEKALB HYBRID SEED AVAILABLE Come in and see me, I've got the DeKalb corn for your farm—the right varieties—the right grade/ and the high quality plump kernels you want. But don't wait—visit me as .quickly as possible. Bryce Harrison M*lvera Ph. 30SF2, Tabor

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