The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on September 18, 1947 · Page 5
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JTHE^MALVERN LEADER..MALVERN, IOWA, SEPTEMBER 18, 1947 Miss Hensley Bride of Sgt Walter Blnjfrmm-Moore Von- of Mlss Dorothv Mrs ' * ht " of Mr. and Bl.fr , V PeterS ° n ° f Council "luffs to UwrPnce Rineham, son " Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Binpham. °™«1 at S p. m . Mondav at he home of th« bride's parents in Council Bluffs. Attending the couple were Bl rr ?' Ta " man of Cnu " c " Bluffs and Jack Pace of Malvern Rev. Howard B. Dooley read the marriage lines in the presence of 50 guests. Mrs. Goodenbour, aunt of the «n! v,, 8erVed the we «lng cake and Miss Frieda Smith poured at the recept| on wh , ch followed th ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Blngham have returned to Malvern and are at home In an apartment In the Mrs. Rachel Davis home. Honor UUP*! at IlrnJc Supper Mr. and Mrs. Dale Allensworth entertained at aa picnic supper Wednesday to celebrate the fourth birthday of their son Den- nls Lee. Supper was served in the yard of the Allensworth home. Guests were the grandparents of Dennis, Mrs. Sadye Mclntyre and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Allensworth of Hastings, Miss Ina Allensworth. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Parker, Gary and Mary Ann and Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Donner and Donald. >ouald Donner Honored at Mrtliday Dinner Donald Donner is being honored tonight at a birthday dinner Blven by his aunt, Mrs. Sadye Mclntyrc at her home. This Is an annual dinner Riven by Mrs. Mc- lntyre. Guests were Donald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. I,. Don- n«-r. his grandfather. Ed Smith, and Mrs. Flora Boehner and Leonard. Dnrin Jenn Haiirom (V-lebrntes Kith TJIrthdny Mrs. Alfred Baucom invited in seven of Darla Jean's friends to help her celebrate her 10th birthday last Saturday afternoon. Games were played outside and refreshments of Ice cream and cake were served. Guests were Mary Lou Evans, Lucille Gemmel, Louise Irwin, Janice Emerick, Nlva Anderson, Nancy Jones and Delorls Miller. Martha flrrlc Met Sept. 9 Mrs. F. A. Wortman was host- '••• ess to the Martha circle Sept. 9 with Mrs. Walter Mason and Mrs. Enid Ruse as assisting hostesses. Mrs. George Payne conducted the business meeting. A beautiful -'•'' quilt pieced by Mrs. J. R. Hall was presented to the group and • plans for its disposal discussed. : •;•' The program was in charge of i-.V Lola Zanders and Marjorie Dash- .*^ ner. The theme was "Children i'& and Education round the World." Lorna Moyer gave a piano solo and also played a duet with Mrs. Dashner. Mrs. J. H. McFall Honored at (Surprise Dinner Mrs. J. H. McFall was very pleasantly surprised Saturday evening when Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Allely and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Graves went In and helped her to celebrate her birthday that occurred that day. A two course dinner was served and the evening spent playing games, These swankly tailored suits by Betty Rose feature the new hip-length jackets, longer skirts and the newest materials . . gabardines, covert cloth, worsteds . . in pecan brown, grays, blacks $29 50 - $4950 TENNANT SHOP Sweaters You'll want several at these special values . . fall's gayest colors . . pastel and dark shades . both slip over and cardigan styles . all 100% virgin wool .. . Bermuda as advertised in Seventeen and Glamor magazines . . . TENNANT SHOP h the former Ruby Hensley of Coin. NISHNA CIRCLE MASONS MET MERE MONDAY Pay Special Tribute to the Late H. C. Hicks of Emerson Mnsnns from six lodces In the N'lshna rlr<-|p met in Malvern on Monday evonlnc for a speri.nl recreational evenlne and In listen tn a memorial to the late H. C Hicks of Emerson. Mr. Hicks. a Masonic instrtirtor for many years, tiled July H. Tien Martin, presiding officer "f the circle, pave n fitting trib- i"tp to Mr. Hicks, telling of his long service to Masonry and of his constant interest In the improvement of skill with Masonic- ritual. Entertainment Included a skit by members of tho Silver ntv lodge, directed by the Rev. John Turner, and several sonps bv the Malvern Masonic quartet tards and visiting took up the remainder of the evening nnd refreshments were served by the local lodge. -™^"»a».«w«l»«Bi a| .4!4!^{jjyjjjyjjjgj IMOGENE • JOHN DICKERSBACH DIED IN SLEEP John Dlckembach. 71. died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nicholas Thursday night while ?h vi ," e had been workln e a' the Mcholag homo and seemed PAGE FIVE in ni« iisu.il c ,,,,rl health v\\»n r^- tirine. Mr. N|,-h..bs rallrrl him ns hr U.ft tho hniKf f n tho mc.rn- itiu MIL) wht-n he rf'turnoil lif di^- <nv,. r ,.,| thru Mr. 1 ij, k,-. r sba. h had died diirini; the nlcht. .->vi- rl'Titly of a heart att.'uk Me went at on>-.-> for his fi^r-r. Mrs. (lias Hallain who liv.- near. Mr. Pirkrrba.h was n hachi-l- or and had lived all his life in this community. He Is survived by two sisters. Mrs. Itnllaln and Mrs. F.rn Anderson, and a brother, Fred, of Malverp. Funeral rot-vires \voro hold Sunday aftprnoon at Iteformed church, with Hey. James Pearson of Shenandoah officiating. Burial was In Monroe cemetery north of town. Pall bearers were, Kverett Nicholas, Forrest I'ickeral, Arthur Nims, I.PW Kline. Jerry F. Mnher and Marry Dunlap. Funeral services were held In St. Patrick's church Thursday for Mrs. C'hrlstinia Varner, 74. who died at her home In Tabor .Sept. 9. Kev. F. W. Doyle officiated. She Is survived by her husband and one son. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conner* are the parents of a 6 14 lb. girl born at their home Friday morning. She has been named Veronica Hose. They now have three boj-B and four girls. Mrs. John Maher and Mrs. Ira Williams of Shenandoah gave a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening at the homo of Mr. and Mm. Lew Maher, in honor of their daughter. Arllne who was married In St. Mary's Catholic church Sept. 14 to John Davey of Shenandoah. SPECIAL SELLING BLANKETS Here's the Big Blanket Selling Event you've wanted! WHITE SHEET BUHKETS 72x95 in... an extra value I 98 DOUBLE 60TTON BLANKETS 72x84 in. . all color* and plaids 5 98 50 WOOL BLANKETS Double . 72x84 in. excellent quality 7 BLANKETS 100 WOOL Top quality and value . _ all colors . pastels and 1 ^ vH .1....i. ..i..,.I.*.. » * dark shade* TENNANT SHOP CHURCH KOCIETJKH RESUME WOKK Al-TKR BECK88 With good attendance and above average enthusiasm, the church societies last Thursday started on their year's work after a two months recess. The Presbyterian Union met with Mrs. H. F. Clark. This group heard Mrs. Max Denton give an interesting report of the International Sunday School convention which she had attended as a delegate In Des Moines, and a report of the Presbytery which she had attended In Bedford. Mrs. Clark was assisted by Miss Mary Jones, Miss Rebecca Brothers, Mrs. ,4. B. Lutz and Mrs. Wm. Luti." • When the Baptist Kensington met at the Vaughn Hoover home, they made definite plans for the year's work. Late this month they will hold a food sale and their annual fall rummage sale. Mrs. D. M. Kline gave the story of Ada, her life and background, for the devotionals. The committee arranged entertainment, using school as a theme. Assisting hostesses were Mrs Roy Price, Miss Qulteria Skagga and Miss Blanche Emerlck. The Ruth Circle of W S C S. met with Mrs. Ray Hilton. Her assistants were Mesdames Roy Bayes, J. W. Baer, C. W. Salyers. Frank Churchill, B. W. Thompson and Lola Arterburn. Mrs. Fred Durbin led the devotionals and the lesson was under the direction of Mrs. E. D. Hering. The subject. "The Child and his Education Today," was introduced by Mrs. Hering with an instructive talk. Mrs. C. C. Clark, Mrs. C. E. Hilton, Mrs. F. R. Chantry and Mrs. Glen Dalrymple gave reports on different schools supported by the W. S. C. S. The quilt which Mrs. J. R. Hall made for the circle to sell, was shown and admired. end visitor in the Dashner home. Other classmates attending were Mrs. Dorothy Howard Maher of Imogene and Mm. Charlotte Dye Alston of Macedonia. Mrs. R. W. Salyers, their high school Instructor, was also a guest. Mrs. N. P. Crlnk of Malvern; Mrs Earl Trlvely and Mrs. Ralph Costello of Randolph were Invited to meet,the honor guest. E. P. Plumb (Continued from page 1) from the government In about 1850. His passing will be sincerely grieved by his countless friends in Mills county. He took an active part in many community activities. He was never too busy to wave a friendly greeting to everyone he met. Surviving Mr. Plumb are his widow, Grace, his son Ray, and two grandchildren, Bob Buffington, Los Angeles, Cal. and Mrs. Betty Edmondson of Omaha; two sisters, Mrs. Emma Smith, Alden Minn, and 'Mrs. Hettie Allensworth of Hastings; three brothers, Val of Macedonia, H. R. of Ft. Morgan, Colo, and Will of Bloomfield, Colo. Music for the services was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Ward Fickel and Jack and Mrs. Henry Washburn. Ethel Parker, Ruth Howard. Grace Kelley, Mary Robbins, Ruth Kelley, Pauline Cool cared for the flowers. Casket bearers were Ellsworth Smith Ray Kelley, Parle Kelley, Everette Plumb, Howard Allensworth and Vern Plumb. Available This j Week - ARROWHEAD WACONS FLAREBOARD BOXES OIL HEATING STOVES BEARCAT GRINDERS ATHENS DISC PLOW Ju»t arrived. Come in and look it orer. T. L. SALVERS Legion, Auxiliary to See "Three to be Served" Movie The American Legion and Auxiliary is to meet Sept. 23 for the regular meeting. The movie, "Three to be Served," will be shown to both groups promptly at 8 p. m. Separate business meetings will follow. Honor (ine-sts ut Cooperative* Dinner Sunday Twenty-two guests enjoyed a cooperative dinner Sunduy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Chamberlain in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Reed and family of Tekamah, Neb. who came to spend the day. Enjoying the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Vaunie Reed and family. Allen Reed and son Harry, Mr. and Mrs. George Reed and Bob, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hall and Mr. and Mrs. John Hall and sou. Honor Juiiies Sowers ut liirtluluy Dluiu-r Suiuluy Although his birthday didn't occur until Wednesday. Juuies Sowers was honored at a surprise dinner Sunday lu honor of his Slst birthday. Rolutlws present for tho oci'uaiou w«rt> Mr. and Mrs. Orris Uimtly u»d family and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bowi-rs of Emerson, Mv, uiul Mrs. Kenuvih Sowt-ra uuU Linda O f Hetl Oak. Mr*. F«yt> Shook . Cteruld Sowt-r» wiul Mu Jumva Suwt>r«. Hwuur («m»t <u lUrtluluy '|Vu A ti'tt lu colt-bi'tttu this dtt>* ut huetva* uud. «ut'* «lv«i by Mr». MM IKuUutr ui The following poem by James Whitcomb Riley was read at the services: Away I cannot say, and I will not say That he is dead! He is just away! Gabrifeen Permanents .<«* M* . D. Wright We are now using GABRILEEN MACHINE and Machineleu PERMANENT WAVES which have been used by Mrs. Mackey when she was in business. They have proved better and we invite you to try them. Beauty Shop Edythe Mackey Phone 3661 With a cheery smile, and a wave of the hand, He has wandered into an unknown land. And left us dreaming how very fair It must be, since he lingers there. And you, 0 you, who the wildest yearn For the old-time step and the glad return — Think of him faring on, as dear In the love of There as the love of here; Mild and gentle as he was brave, When the sweetest love of his life he gave To simple things: where the violets grew Pure as the eyes they were likened to, The touches of his hands have strayed As reverently us his lips havo prayed. Think of him still as tho sumo, I say: He la not tleud: he is Just away! Card of Thank* Wo wish to thank all uiul lu-lKhbors for (UiWfin mul ucis of kluUtii'im tlurius our iv- vt'Ut tKM't-uvi'iui'llt Mr* K. j>. I'lumb. Mr. mul Mrs Uuy Dumb Uvtty Hub AUTHORIZED DEALER The Friendly Store SEPTEMBER SPECIALS Dust Mop 49 M °P Stick .35 Floor Wax, Homeguard, pt. 2 = .36 Cleaner, Glass, Sav=a=Day , .03 (IJmit ;j botili-s) Putty, commercial ... .09 Dry Cleaner, Aunt Sue . . .69 .94 1,19 Flashlight, Army Style Flashlight, Navy Style MMw ^Urluu (urtuvr AUTHORIZED DEALER TH« Ftltndly Slot* Delbvrt O'D*li tiuuuuwl t*|M» Ml. | lu

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