The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on April 24, 1947 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, April 24, 1947
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THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, APRIL 24, 1947 PAGE FIVE Sophomore Home EC Entertain Faculty Sophomore home economics students of the Malvern high school, under the direction of their Instructor, Miss Cleta Mc- Clnrg, entertained members of the faculty and board of education, their wires and husbands at dinner Wednesday at the school house. Guests were seated at a long U-shaped table and decorated fn the spring motif. Long tapers tarnished the lighting. The menu Included grapejulce cocktail, relishes, roast ham, lima beans, candied sweet potatoes, hot rolls, apple Jelly and coffee. The dinner was presented as a class project by the students. Assisting with It were two groups: serving: Elva Chamberlain, Verllee Bruce, Jane Pontow, Marilyn Phelps, Jane Dalrymple, Jackie Anderson and Lorna Estes. H. A. Hoover Honored * on 79th Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Hoorer were hosts at a dinner Saturday evening honoring Mr. Hoover's father, H. A. Hoover, on his 79th birthday. Besides the hosts were Mrs. H. A. Hoover and Phyllis. Mr. Hoover t» still quite active and helps with painting Jobs. Huffman-Haddocks Nuptials Friday Rev. E. W. Brown Officiated at Double Ring Ceremony At 7 o'clock Friday evening In the manse of the Covenant Presbyterian church in Omaha, Miss Eleanor Huffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Hoffman of Omaha, was married to Ralph Haddocks, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Maddocks. Rev. E. W. Brown officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a spun sugar gabardine suit with blaek accessories and carried a purple orchid on a white Bible. Miss Mary Buffington attended the bride and wore a grey suit with a corsage of pink roses. F^Iix Summers served Mr. Maddocks as best man. A wedding dinner was served the bridal party at the Blackstone following the ceremony. , The bride is a graduate of Panora high school. She attended Iowa State Teachers college and the University of Omaha where she received her degree. The groom is a graduate of Malvern high school and a graduate of Doane college, Crete, Neb. He served 2% years in the navy during World war II, receiving his discharge with the rank of lieutenant Jg. They returned to Malvern Monday and both have resumed their work as instructors In the high school. Helen Ann Stevesson Reveals Engagement To MM As MM (Kb* ... • t*od Nprtsttwi M IM dtMen, «. CMU ~t «st e MONJTE fend**, PURITAN LAUNDRY i DRY CLEANERS INC. Shenandoah, Iowa Ph. 3952 Malvera Fashions jot the Sandbox Set Everything to wear for your precious dumplings' summer comfort. Come in and choose now! Passing the candy at Trt Delta sorority house In Ames — true collegiate tradition — the engagement of Miss Helen Ann Ste- vesson was revealed last week. Miss Stevesson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Harley Stevesson, is the fiance of Carl H. SchulU, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Schultz of Evanston, 111. Miss Stevesson attends Iowa State college where she is a senior in the school of home management. She is a member of Ps Chi, a national honorary psychology fraternity. Mr. Schultz attends Iowa State also and is a Junior in the engineer school. He Is a Kappa Sigma. He spent three years In the Pacific with the U. S. engineers. Ent«tt*h» at Birthday Bnn>t Strpper Mrs. Robert Boehner entertained last Thursday at a 7 o'clock buffet supper complimenting Mrs. Gene Anth of Wilmette, 111., who Is visiting here. Other guests besides the honoree were her three sons, Ronald, Dennis and David, Mrs. Guy Breeding, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Breeding, Mrs. Otto Kline and Mr. and Mrs. Garold Breeding and Linda. Mrs. G«rald Bower Complimented on Her Birthday To compliment Mrs. Gerald Bower on her birthday Tuesday, a group surprised her by coming in to spend the evening with her. Pitch was the game of the evening. Those participating were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bower and family, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bass and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bower, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wil- cynski, Mrs. Robert McCormlck, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bower of Red Oak, Mrs. Earl McCormlck and Mr. Bower. n. N. Lodge to Meet with Mrs. Anna Bacon Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Friday, May 2, with Mrs. Anna Bacon at 2 p. m. Members are urged to attend. this endeavor. The pastors and their wives of the southwest district were guests at a fellowship dinner In Corning Baptist church. Dr. Halbert was host. Presbyterian Church 1. Mllfon Strong:, Minister Church school, 10 a. m. Common worship, 11 a. m. April 27: Presbyterian youth rally at Sidney. Registration at 2:30 p. m. May 1: Senior choir at church, 7:30 p. m. May 2: Junior choir at church, 4:06 p. m. ing manner. Mary Robbins and Elsie Wilson assisted with special articles. Mrs. Edith Sowers (fare the devotional. Lunch was served by the hostess and assistant, Mrs. Grace Plnmbi The third lesson by Mrs. Nyron will be Wednesday, April 30, at the church. News of the Churches Methodist Church Sunday, April 27: Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11. Luff Payne, outstanding layman and lay speaker of Council Bluffs will give the message. Your support is expected for these services. TENNANT SHOP Honor -Mrs. Root. Bcnton at Stork Shower Mrs. Otto Kline and Mrs. E. U. Benton were hostesses Tuesday afternoon complimenting Mrs. Robert Benton of Tabor with a stork shower, at the Kline home south of town. Twenty guests shared this courtesy with the honor guest. Attending from out of town were Mrs. Frank Rommel and Mrs. Dale Kline of Tabor and Mrs. Robert Tyler of Shenandoah, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Brace Honored at RwepUms A reception honoring Mr. and Urs. ' M. J. Bruce, who were recently married, was held at the Community building Sunday evening with 250 guests present. An evening of entertainment .was arranged with a number of appropriate songs by the St. Johns young people's chorus. The big feature of the evening was the musical mock wedding put on by the young people of St. Johns Lutheran church and vicinity. The wedding party were all men, with Hugo Seipold as the bride; Orville Leu, groom; Marvin Pontow, bridesmaid; Albert Meyer, best man; Eugene Leu, flower girl; Pardon Pontow, ring bearer; John Naylor, father; Everett Knop, mother; the bride's parents; Alfred Knop, the man who tied the knot. This feature of the evening created much applause. The balance of the evening was spent playing party games. Lunch was served consisting of sandwiches, ice cream and cake. A beautiful three-tier wedding cake and white tapers centered the table where the wedding couple sat. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce received many lovely wedding gifts. Congratulations go to this happy couple. Luncheon Guests at Ireland Home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Locke, Mrs. Art Dunlap of Grldley, Cal., Mr. and Mrs. Alva Antrim of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Prink and family of Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. M. R, Reddout and son Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Max Ireland and family and Mrs. Lucille Rickman of Storm Lake were luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ireland Sunday evening. B. Y. F. Elects Officers at Sunday Evening Meeting Eighteen members of the Baptist B. Y .F. met Sunday evening in the church at 6 o'clock for a sack lunch supper. After which officers were elected for the coming year: Elva Chamberlain, president; Mary Swadley, vice president; Jerry Anderson, secretary; Allen O'Dell, treasurer; Naomi Chamberlain, reporter; and Florence Wederqvlst, pianist. The B. Y. F. voted to give f 5 to the World Mission Crusade. Tbe following committee was appointed to plan dates for par- Uea and other special services for the coming year: Mary Swadley, Paul. Baker, Jaoi«s Malouy, Florence WederqvUt and Mrs. Baker, Mttdduclw' Keep St. Johns Lutheran Church Her. Paul Glalin, Pastor Sunday, April 27: Sunday school, 9 a. m. Divine service, 10 a. m. This is the Sunday on which the Centennial of our Synod will be celebrated In a festival service. A thank offering -will be taken. No Waltber League meeting next week. Baptist Churrh Rev. Win. Baker, Pastor r Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11. B. Y. P., '.7:30 p. m. Choir practice Thursday at 8 P. .m. at th* Church. Sunday, April 27, a fellowship dinner at the church. A fine program is planned in honor of the new members. B. Y. F. elected their new officers Sunday. The new officers are planning for a great advance this year. Let us help them in Make your donations to Cancer Fund Drive this month — only one week left. • WESLEY CHAPEL Mrs. Ray Plumb Hostess to W. S, O. 6. W. S. C. 8. met with Mrs. Ray Plumb last Wednesday, with SO members and guests present. President Elsie Wilson conducted the business meeting. The second lesson on India was presented by Mrs. Elva Nyron in an interest- Available This Week - 2 WESTERN HAY SWEEPS DAY HYDRAULIC WAGON HOISTS WESTERN LAND ROLLER 2 WINDROWERS FOR MOWER T. L. SALVERS Phone 3031 AHi*-Chalmera Malvern I Corticelli Rayon HOSE ••Full Fashioned • New Spring Biege Shade • Fine Gauge • First Quality Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Maddook* will receive between the hours of I tnd 6 u, «a, UK! 8 MM} 10 p. uj., Bttudjiy, April IT, fct their hows tor thtir MMI and d«u«ht»r- iu-Uw, M*, md Mtf. Halph M*d- whe ww« mttm wt tevttMt M» «*U» regular or extra long lengths «tt to 11 STRUTWEAR First Quality NYLONS 40 and 30 denier color brisk — 9- $J65 pair D. G. Jamison & Co. A* F. SUndiford. »wn#r Phw* 146 GUnwood BUI Grantier was taken 111 recently with a ruptured blood vessel at the base of his brain. He was taken to th» Red Oak hospital where It was found blood was draining: into his spinal column. After a week of anxiety his family reports he is mnnh improved and will be released from the hospital next week. Mrs. Glenn Sowers and famHy are enjoying a visit with her mother who flew from Long Beach, Cal., last week for an extended visit with her daughter and other relatives and friends. Final 4-H Club Enrollment Dates are Announced Final dates for enrollment in 4-H projects yet apen to Mills county boys have been announced by John H. Longstreet, county extension director. Non-members and boys who have not started their projects have until May 1 to enroll in the Junior cattle feeders, beef heifer, dairy calf, purebred lamb, chick growing, turkey and rabbit projects. June 1 is the deadline for market pig, market lamb and horse and mule projects. Membership in 4-H clubs is open to rural boys between 10 and 21 years of age, Longstreet stated. Boys who are not members of a club and living In a community where one is organized may receive Information on joining from the club leader or by contacting the county extension office. Boys who become 4-H members now still will be able to take part in all of the summer activities of the club program, Longstreet pointed out. They will attend regular club meetings and local and county club tours. A sport festival and the county achievement show also will be held this summer. A preliminary check of agricultural project enrollment shows 115 members in Mills county's seven clubs, Longstreet said. Final enrollment figures will be- compiled after June 1, the deadline for all members to file their enrollment reports. ^ ^^^ You can finance your next car with a low cost auto loan at this bank. Get the facts. 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