The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 19, 1947 · Page 5
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THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN. IOWA, JUNE 19. 1S47 PAGE FIVE Announce Niece's Engagement Entertain for Da«f S Day and Birthday Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foster entertained at a family dinner Sun- Mr and Mrs, Noah Stogdill of day when honor guests were Mrs. - •*-- " Foster's parents, MY. and Mrs. . Henry Cozad. The day was Fath- to Harold Hatfleld, er's day and also Mrs. Cozad's announce the engagement of their nfeee, Miss Frffn- c Tjonnson Ill of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hatfleld birthday. 5" »»_ Jt^4& V«J» %kA4t<M *«t **»*- . V*. Malvern. No date has been for'the wedding. Honor Ihuifthter at Birthday Party Mrs H. T. Seattle entertained a »t u r d a y complimenting her daughter, Mrs. Thos. W. Oidley , r whose birthday occurred that dav Dinner guests were Mr. and Mr? J F. Wearin, Mr. and Mrs. The Fosters had entertained at a similar party on Mother's day, the occasion then being Mr. Co- Att<-n<laT»e« Small at last , M«>tln|5 of Church Societies On account of the weather Baptist kensington met last Thursday at the home of Mrs. John Kline. Twelve members were present for the last bualneM meeting before summer recess. Diane Kline and Mrs. E. G. We- derqvist had charge of the devotional lesson which centered around the theme of Religion and the Child. A Biblical contest of mothers and children was conducted. Mrs. Robt. Scrimsher and Beverly were guests. Mrs. T. L. Salyers, assisted by Mesdames A. M. Armstrong, Rosa ...•*, —•.— _-.,„._ _ „ _____£, _ . JrlfrSQtlin "** **• **»• V"Vi »M wv« w«e t » -—• zad's birthday and Mother's day. chamberlain, C. R. Brewer, F. A. HI rc j, j • Hi- —.. — i -- -- fpf* r R Chantry. Thos. Oidley Jr., w'lss r.rptchen Oidley, Miss Delia nouplas of Rock Port, Mo., who Tas a week end guest In the Seattle home and James Seattle. joining these guests for the evening were Messrs, and Mesdames Richard Hyde, Lorance Lisle, SI Wearln Jr., and Edward Wearin. Bridge was the game of the evening. , Entertain at Family Dinner In Bod Oak Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ben Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Harbold of Glenwood were hosts at a dinner Sunday at the home of their The Foster's two children and Mr. and Mrs. Carter Bartholomew were additional guests. O. E. S. Kensington Postponed Indefinitely Kensington of Silver Urn chap- O. E. S., for June has been Ml*s Bnttmann Complimented at Pre-Nnptlal Luncheon Miss Margaret Ann Buttmann was complimented at a pre-nup- tlal luncheon Tuesday when Mesdames J. F. Wearin, J. F. Wearin Jr. and Edward Wearln entertained at the J. F. Wearln home. Thirty friends shared this courtesy with Miss Buttmann. Bridge was played following the luncheon. Gifts were given the honoree and Miss Gretchen Old- ley who held high score. Wortman and H. W. Dye, was hostess for a pot luck luncheon of the Ruth group of the Women's Society for Christian Service of the Methodist church. About 40 members were present. A social hour followed the luncheon during which Mrs. C. C. Clark presented the following musical program: vocal solo, Robert Salyers; marimba solo, Marjorie Clark; vocal duet, Armlna Ellison and Lorna Estes; piano solo. Barbara Brewer and a piano duet, Jane and Kathryn Dalrymple. ' The Presbyterian union were guests of Mrs. George Malony, assisted by Mrs. Floyd Nelll and Mrs. I. L. Donner. A small group was in attendance due to the bad weather but those present enjoyed group games and then sewed Omaha Council Garden Clubs Sponsor L«ctur«* The Omaha Council of Garden clubs, headed by President Mrs. A. P. Kilmartln. former Malvern resident, will sponsor two flower arrangement lectures by Dorothy Blddle, a nationally recognized authority. On Monday, Jnne 23, the lectures will be presented at 2 p. m. and 8 p. m. at Joslyn Memorial. The admission price of »1.20 per lecture will b« charged. The afternoons of Saturday and Sunday. June 28 and 29, a rose and delphinium show will be presented, admission free, at Joslyn Memorial. News of the Churches Methodist Chiiwh Sunday school will be at 10 a. m. but there will be no preaching service as the new pastor, the Rev. N. B. Blackman, will not arrive In Malvern until the first of the week. You are invited to attend services at the other churches of the community. Same Considerate Service ^JJ £,1 V/U,|S O w •«*•" —— — n , r ;,„—, — Out of town K"es ts * ere M>8B on towels for the mission school Barents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hen- Nancy Cook, Mrs. Richard Ow- | n New Mexico. v . ...„_,_ „,._ ,._ „„. »».. «•„.„„.!. /-„„!, M,« n Friends Enjoy Cooperative Dinner at Churchill Home , in Red Oak. The occasion wag to honor Mr. and Mrs. Henderson on their 40th wedding anniversary. Twenty relatives were present for this celebration. Red roses were used on the dinner table, ens, Mrs. Kenneth Cook, Mrs. C. D. Alstrope and Mrs. James Summers "of Olenwood; Mrs. Lorance Lisle of Hastings and Mrs. Byron Raldt and Mrs. Robert Tyler of Shenandoah. Miss Buttmann and her fiance, Presbyterian Chnrrh J. M. Strong, Minister Church school, 10 a. m. Common worship, 11 a. m. June 23-26 the Synod of Iowa, Presbyterian, meets at Ames. Important Synod events: Mariners of Iowa, June nner at CTiurch" 1 "owe roe etlng. Westminster Mrs. Prank Churchill was hos- " * « - _ „,. _ lt tess to eight friends at a cooperative dinner at her home Sunday. Enjoying the courtesy were Mrs. S. M. Norton, Mrs. E.'C. Collins, „, - • , Mrs. Pearl Kline, Mrs. Frances anniversary stones. Mr. and Mrs. also complimented at dinner Kline, Mrs. Belle Allely, Mrs. Henderson received many gifts Wednesday evening when Dr. and Sa( jye Mclntyre, Mrs. Helen Nags remembrances of the occasion. Mrs. James Beckwlth entertained. gle an(1 Miss Fannie Clark. An enjoyable afternoon was spent In visiting. 4, all day iowshlp, June 26, with Dr. Wm. Pugh, stated clerk of the general assembly as banquet speaker. symbolic of rubles, which are the Robert Hageman, of Omaha were m. Baptist Church Kov. W. F. Baker, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. Morning worship. The B. Y. F. will attend the southwest B. Y. F. picnic and services at Harlan Sunday afternoon and evening. 8t, Johns Lutheran Church Northeast of Malvern There will be no Sunday school or worship services, Sunday as ,the congregation U Invited to attend the mission cervices in Glenwood, ,«V-^; "It mult be because she's wearing * Dotis Dodsonr 1h* nlttrt thing* hopp«n t» glrb who wtor (k»M wondtrful OorU Dodi»» Junl»r Originate! Th*x '«<• »ort admin . «ti»(i, Ittch ner* BaMtry... b»«ow« th*M «r» th* wondtrful (untor dr*w*i art *»lgn«d «p«l«»y '•» Washington, D. C. — Your Congressman Ben F. Jensen voted in favor of taking final action this week on the highly controversial "Voice of America" bill. The vote was 304 In favor and 28 against. The purpose of thU foreign In* " a '—"B- News of 4-H " CLUBS Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sell and children. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Phelps and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Sell and sons, Vern and Floyd, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Roenfeldt and Sandra enjoyed a fried chicken dinner with all the trimmings Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Sell. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roenfeldt and Jack Cowardln. Mrs. Dick Seeger and baby returned home Tuesday from the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt, near Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jackson and sons were visitors Sunday afternoon in the home of his father, Dick Jackson. Mrs. Ruth Sell and son Floyd and Betty and Dorothy Sell were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Keith. The Center Feeders club made their club tour Monday afternoon with eight members, one visitor and their leader, Ben Jackson, enjoying the trip. The tour ended at the home of Roger Jones where they had their regular meeting and Mrs. Jones and Eleanor served delicious refreshments. * Due to conference last Sunday we were unable to have our Fathers day program but will have it next Sunday. Come out and hear It and enjoy the fellowship with us. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest White were Sunday dinner guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bloomer and in the afternoon they all drove down to see some of the flooded APRIL BOND SALES TOTAL $23,643 Third of $978,270 Quota Purchased by County L. F. Kruse, president of the Mills County Bankers association, announced today that Investments In United States savings bonds In Mills county during April were $23,643. "Residents of this county, as well as those throughout Iowa, have been doing an excellent job ot savings and investing safely In United States savings bonds," Kruse said. "Hut there still remains a bigger job. Bank deposits in Iowa have Increased almost GO per cent Ourlng the last two years and there la a record amount of surplus money In circulation today. "That surplus money Is a constant threat to further inflation in prices of consumer goods, services, homes and farm lands and unless this surplus Is invested safely it easily could Iwrome almost worthless, as money has in many other nations, and our state and our nation could almost be bankrupted. "Systematic savings, with regular investments in savings bonds. Is the bost way of preventing further inflation and also the best method of assuring our own financial security. Payroll savings, which has been popular for the past six years, will continue for those to whom the plan is available and a new program, called the Bond-a-Month plan, Is now open for those who wish to authorize- their bankers to make monthly dcdutlons from their checking accounts and Invest the money In savings bonds," Kruso said. The 1947 quota for this county IB $878,279, Kruse said, and at the end ot the first four months we had sold a total of $326,426.50. Waste paper nee<J^d. Savo all you have. Call O. N. Jones to pick it up In Malvern 1 MM* I* !**•«. TENNANT SHOP Malvern change measure 'is to combat Communism and promote U. 8. relations in foreign countries by sending abroad information in the form of radio Broadcasts, literature, exchange students and specialists. Mr. Jensen debated In favor ot a bill to provide a $15 million deficiency fund for emergency flood control work. The bill was passed by the House. The present serious flood condition in the lower reaches of the Missouri river was stressed by Mr. Jensen. As chairman of the Government Corporations appropriations Bub-committee, Mr. Jensen introduced the 1948 appropriations bill for all Government Corporations and independent agencies. These include TVA, FHA, HOLC, DHC, Federal Farm Mortgage Corp., Agriculture Credit Corp., and the Central Bank for Cooperatives. Over half of the cut in appropriations was directed at Federa'l Housing agencies. Mr. Jensen debated extensively in favor of the measure, which was passed by the House. Tfei for Rally Day '.'. The Silveitette 4 T H club met June 16 at the home of Ruth Joy Byington. Fourteen, members and tea for Rally day which our club three visitors were .present. The has charge of was 'planned. Florence Wederqyist gave a report on Camp Brewster. Kathryn Dalrymple gave a health talk. Barbara Shonka and Armina Ellison had charge of .the folk dancing. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Janet Lee Martin, Acting reporter. for EXTRA Food Values Shop at eardorff j Three New 5Iembers Join Silver Cloud 4-H Club The regular meeting of the Silver Cloud 4-H club was held at the home of Mrs. W. C. Blackburn June 9. Three new members joined our club. They are Freda Vandershule, Darlene and Wiladean Scott, Very interesting reports were given by the girls who attended Camp Brewster. The main discussion of the evening was plans for Rally day. It was decided to have an all day meeting at the home of Virginia Sego Wednesday, June 26. After the meeting refreshments were served by the hostess. Elva Chamberlain, Acting reporter. • Friday and Saturday Coffe. Butternut Hill. Br«*. Folffft H* Naomi Chamberlain Gives Talk on White Rocks The regular meeting of the Cock-a-Doodle-Do Poultry club was held at the home of Alice and Alvin Conaway Way 26. The main feature of the program was a talk on White Rocks by Naomi Chamberlain. The next meeting will be the club tour with a pot luck dinner at noon Monday, June 23. Mrs. Forrest Bloomer accompanied Vera Lander and Kathleen Johnson of Sidney to Des Moines Sunday. Mrs. Bloomer and Miss Louder attended the state meeting of deputy county superintendents Monday and Tuesday. The girls returned home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Howard visited in the J. T. Skerritt home in Silver City Friday afternoon. Mr. Skerritt is able to be up part of the day now. Mr. and Mrs. Will Van Orsdel and Mrs. Frank Plumb visited In the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Williams near Hastings Sunday. Forrest Bloomer accompanied Clarence Nagel of Malvern to Des Moines Wednesday where they attended a state meeting of the Iowa Farm Bureau Insurance Co. They returned home the same day. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Logan and daughter Mary Evelyn were Sunday dinner guests of Mr., and Mrs. George Howard. Mrs. Bill Fitzpatrick and daughters, Delores, Eleanor and Sharon of Hastings, Neb., spent several days the past week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Less Pippitt while the flood waters were going down from in and around Hastings. Due to the weather last Thursday the Hillsdale community did not go skating at Manawa. They are going to try it again Thursday so join us in an evening of fun. ,, Phone I [ If you want top quality cleaning with quickest 2131 HUBBELL CLEANERS Malvern Laundry Service Phone 2131 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cotfey last week took their livestock and cblckeuB to their aon-in-law's farrn aud are staying with them the Missouri river U BO Mr. and Mrs. Tom White were callers in the Forrest Bloomer home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arno Asniussea entertained at a picnic dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elnar Mogensen aud daughter, Gene Hlckennan, Mi', aud Mrs. Roy Wilson and daughter of Council Bluffs, Mr, and Mrs. Ben Mead of Oakland, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shook jr., Mr. aud Mrs. Marlon Shook and son, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morrical and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shook sr. The picnic was complimenting Mrs. Clyde Shook sr. on her natal day. Mrs. Arno Asmusseu accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shook sr., to Shenandoah last Tuesday- Mr. aad Mr«. 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