The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 28, 1947 · Page 5
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rm M *LVERW LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA. AUGUST M,1947 PAGE FIVt in Calf Croup Reveal Daughter's Engagement Smith-Hensley Vows Solemnized Fir«> k<-<* of . - srdaj- af?«^n»xvn for rh* marrfaee *>? M!« Rub? F H»T!«!*r. daneh- "* r of Mr. and Mr* Win H^ <v? fifti. and Ssrr Walter X ?Bif*h, «ots of Mr. and Mrs. S;m> h r,f Matrons. Th«- fcrH* »a< ?iT»7t In hy I_**f»r Shook. a . in a 4 oY!<x|r ?in?l«» rln? oB7. wi'h R*v. "I Ooy ma.« «•,!,-,;«<. Too Trnl-" and "A!- William c. Zasdem. wvn r,f Kr. a«4 »r». Rafpfe Zanders of Tbe tfcrfr «*»s. X meeting sntil 1* a*4 wtil «*«< at tfc* RVfcard Hy«f#. PJe*»» of J. H. BECKWITH Insurance Phone 2111 36tf. Atstrop*. Trho al=o played ?h^ w**fdiR? mar^h^. Mr*. r^»t*r Shook wa* matron of hirsor and Miw Lamina Gnit- fird of Tm^An* and Mr« Marlin R^hard'on wrrc- brid««maid«. Mtrlin Rirhard'on tarred Ssrt. ?rni*h a^ b**f. man bride's gown -man floor- net with a train. Her red. of the same material a* the dress. »as fingertip length. Mm. Shook was gowned in a floor length drew of Mae. Mrs. Richardson •ore (White snd Mis* Gailford pink A reception hi th# cboreb parlors followed tb« ceremony. Mr*. t>« Gailford poured aad Mr*. R. .W. flafjrer* serred the cake. Tie eoople left for a short honeymoon that evening. Sgt. Smith leawe* Sept. 2 from the w**t cosut for serrire In Alaska. Hi* bride will remain In Iowa for the present. He has b*»n sta- rioBeff in WaibiBKton. D. C., and r.** sp*nt a IS day forloairh here. o Moot Johnson lnr]ep -will . with Mr=. ontf r Roynl \>fjthhor Sopt. .•% »vl(h Mr«. .\. Royal Nfiehbur mr.f-t Friday. Srpt Klslf Johnson. Hi-loro« Kolso Honor on KlRlitli F?inh<ln> Mrs. Chpctc-r K^lso IS RiiPsts in hnnor of hfr d.inch- tcr Drloi-ps's cichth birthday srlay aftfrnoon. Thfy ?pr-nr a vr-ry ploasant nftfrnoon playing earner. Thf> honorfe rcrfivprl many nice promts an^I Flip was vr-ry happy to havr- two rntisiri* of Omaha at hpr party. Hor thirrl pradp tparhnr. Mrs. Onrdon CH-p r - strfet, was also present. Mr?. Kolso. assistod by her sip- tf-r. Mrs. rhas. Knicht, of Omaha sorvpd rpfrt'shmr-nts of irp rrrain. <ak->. koolade and pum to tho i P s t « . wHb Mnt Tim*, ftfcifry !w>p«. 2 Tfe* Malrera Garden elob will Ta'sday afe^rnoon, Sept. 2, Mrs Tboi. Gidley jr. McKEE FUNERAL HOME PHO.TK CARSON, IOWA Srrvfre Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Washhurn announce the engagement of their daughter Mary Alice to Date E. Matthews of Tabor. Mary Alice is a senior cadet at University hospital School of Nursing and will gradnate neit spring. Mr. Matthews is a public accountant and is working In Omaha. Wedding plans are being made for next Jane. Aistropes Held 21st Reunion Sunday For the 21«t rear the descendants and families of Thomas Marlia and Jane Alttrope met together for a reunion at the Ub- ertr Memorial building in Mal- rern Sunday. Following a buffet dinner, a bnrines* meeting wag held with Margaret Ann Hageman acting as president. As members of the families' names were called each responded with a favorite food. The historian reported two marriages, three births and two deaths In the past year. Cnder the direction of Mrs. Willis Reed, the following program was presented: group singing, talk by Major \V. J. Kilpat- rfak. talk of a trip to Colorado by Mrs. f. A. Mu'.holiand, reading by Mm. C. D. Aistrope. musical reading by Jane Aistrope. po*rn read by Margaret Ann Hageman in memory of Jeane Cunningham Mason, and one read by Mrs. Willis E. Read in memory of Ira E. Fritz. Center Feeder Club Member Win* Ribbon .+* the Parkers prior to his enlistment. His bride is also a former lowan. Claire Htecle Honored at Pre-XuptlBl Hliowrr Hntnrday Miss Claire Steele was honored at a pre-nuptial mlBcellaneous Fhower Saturday when Miss Janr Scott entertained at a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home in Omaha. Guests were !>orority sisters of the honoree and ht-r mother, Mrs J M. Stpele. 'Armored Cow' Volume "Armored cow" is the name given to canned rnilk by G.I.s during the war. More than four billion cans are produced annually in the United States. Hr>f the Xew O'Kcefe & Merritt GAS RANGE before you buy. WESTERN HOLLY Ga* Range* with Top Griddle $249.95 COOLERATOR REFRIGERATOR Buy Now and Save $78 LANDIS HARDWARE Phone .117.1 Mnlvcrn Eldon Harman of the Center ship, won the champion market this market pig. Feeders 4-H club of Center town- pig ribbon at the county fair with important-. of motor fecit sad motor oSs. B-X fad aad IfcX Aviaooo-crpe Motor OH an perikcrfy ba&oed to give top T!w> uwaia a tpcdal big] * wiudfc pgonrifto petxexoxn: In M&doa. they base all dte best &«Ktlioes... yet D-X aad to Then the children gathered around the table for games and unwrapping of gifts. Retiring officers were F. J. Bottmann. president; Anna Morrical, secretary; and Margaret Ann Hageman. blstorina. Xew officers elected were Wahneeta Anderson, president; Paul Kilpatrick. vice president; Viola Sharratt, secretary; Margaret Stinard. historian; and Stella Mulholland. treasurer. Letters were read from absent members of the family. The group remained and enjoyed the evening meal together. Those in attendance were Mrs. J. F. Stinard. Albany. X. V.; Mrs. Chas. D. Stinard and Roger, Franklfn. X. Y.; Mr. and Mrs Robert H. Hageman. Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kilpatrit-k and Kay. Frank Kilpatrick and Margaret Piper, Randolph; Major and Mrs. W. J. Kilpatrick. Miami, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kilpatrick. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morrical and Pauline Morrical, Tabor; Mrs. Willis E. Reed and Mrs. Ira E. Fritz, Madison, Xeb.; Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Aistrope, Frederick, Jane, Gregg and Gordon. Glen wood; Mr. and Mrs. Loren Aistrope, Douglas and Allan" Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sharratt and Anna Jane, William and Jack of Des Moines. From Malvera were Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Mulholland, Gordon, Sally and EM ward; Mrs. F. E. Mulholland. Mr. and Mrs. Mai McMahill. Paul Henry McMabill. Mrs. L. W. Miller. Mrs. \f. G. Aistrope, Mrs. Wahneeta Anderson. Jackie, Gerald. Janet and Gin- niui Kay and Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Buttmaun. Parker-Stickel Vows in California Word was received by Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Parker this week of the engagement and approaching marriage of Cecil J. Core to Miss Bette Stickel of Glendale. Cal. The wedding date is set for Sept. 5 in the Ivy Chapel, Xorth Glendale Methodist church, with a reception following at the home of the bride's sister. Cecil is wiih the navy, stationed at San Diego. After his discharge ill January they will return to Iowa where lie will enter Iowa State coll,-ge, Ames. He is a native of Henderson and Council Bluffs and made his home with Empress Theater Phone 5521 Malvern THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, Aug. 28-29-30 THE TIME, THE PLACE AND THE GIRL A technicolor picture with Dennis Morgan and Jack Carson. Also cartoon. SUNDAY, MONDAY, Aug. 31-S«pt. 1 THE YEARLING A technicolor special with Gregory Peck, Jane Wyman and Claude Jarman jr. News, Comedy. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, Sept 2-3 EASY COME, EASY GO with Sonny Tufts and Diana Lynn. Cartoon. COMING — THURS,, FRL, SAT., Sept. 4-5-6 BLAZE OF NOON with Anne Baxter and William Holden Here Are Your I BACK - TO - SCHOOL - NEEDS Chantry Descendants in Reunion Sunday First cousins descending from Thomas and Hannah Chantry met at the home of Mrs. H. T. Beattie for their ilth reunion Sunday. Meetings were not held during the four years of the u-ar. Fifty descendants were present tor a picnic dinner ia the yard ot the Beattie home. Greet ins* were read from absent m«iub<?rs of th* (amity and Uueage was traced, tor the youug- er members of the jgroui>. Seven, am eousius »vr* pj-eseut, iK>- sceudants of tlw vUUdreu v>t" Tuuwaa aiul lUuuaU I'hautry, who si'UttU iu Uutlme vuuut.v in SWEATERS Cardigan Button Slipovers AH Colors Large Stock Anklets Large Assortment of Skirts Wool and Crepes Blouses. . Dresses Wool PUid. *nd LiUla Mi«»«»' CoUam Tennont Shop

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