The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on September 25, 1947 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, September 25, 1947
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THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, SEPTEMBER 25, 1947 Mrs. Hageman to be in Omaha Parade PAGE FIVE Jones-Alexander Vows in Hawaii Double Ring Ceremony Performed in Makawao Union Church Zanders-Steele Nuptials on Sunday Rev. J. M. Strong Read Double Ring Service Before 60 Guests In a setting of noon. Sept. 13, Miss Norene Jones, daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Ray W^ Jones was marr.ed to Mr" and "' '° - daughter o M and Mrs J M Steele and William r • 7.»;« son of Mr anTir? Ra Iph "and Augustus Grlfflng officiating. The chancel was arranged with blue hydrangeas, white gladioli and white dahlias. From the choir rail and the tall pedestals on either side of the pulpit fell lels of pink plumerlas. The family pews were marked with clusters of flowers tied with white organdy ribbons. Before the bridal party entered, Mrs. Jean Zahn eatig, "i Love Thee." The bride, who was given In marriage by Robert E. Hughes, waa lovely In a white eyelet embroidered gown, designed with modish bustle effect and long train. The neckline was accented by a flared collar effect and the sleeves were long and close fitting. Her tulle veil was caught by plkake buds and she carried a white prayer book topped by white butterfly orchids. For Jewelry, she wore a pearl necklace. Miss Rose Zameroskl was maid of honor and Miss Verla Royce. and Miss Norma Krumm were bridesmaids. They were froclted alike in white corded pique gowns, The flower girl. Dottle Jane Patterson,, wore a long white organdy frock and carried an old- fashioned boquet. Ben Alexander of Honolulu was his brother's best man. Stanley M. Tutton of Honolulu and James Fleming of Maul were ushers. After the ceremony a reception was held at the Maul Country club where Mrs. Robert Hughes was hostess. The club was decorated in white and the wedding party received before a screen of white clematis. After their honeymoon on Oahu and Kaual, the couple will be at home at Puunlne, Maul, where Mr. Alexander is island representative for the experiment station of HSPA. Wilhelhi Reunion at Macedonia Sunday The annual Wilhelm reunion was held Sunday at the home of N. W. Wilhelm near Macedonia. At the noon hour a bountiful dinner was served to 65 relatives and friends. Each family brought well-filled baskets. There had been several additions to the family during the past year, three marriages and one birth. Present were the Marion Wilhelm, Noah Stogdill and Bob Stogdtll families of Malvern; Myron Harriman o f Council Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Boone of Tabor; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wilhelm and Ed Sell of Glenwood; Clifford Wilhelm and family of Silver City; the Everett Collier, Ed Holmes and Lester Collier families of Council Bluffs, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Silvey of Griswold; Owen Adams and Miss Carrie McClure of Henderson; Mr. and Mrs. Estel Darby and Gleuda Lee Simmons ot Emerson; Mr. and Mrs. John Sllvey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilhelm and family, Mr. and Mrs, Herb Stogdill of Hastings; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stogdill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilhelm, N. W. Wilhelm and Tom of Macedonia. vows at 7 n , . * ^v...ut»7 dl. luc nnde's home. The Rev. J. M. Strong read the double ring ceremony in the presence of 60 Kuests. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Lynn Nordgren of Omaha sang "I i,ove You Truly," accompanied by Miss Dabs Randerson, who also played the wedding march. Misses Jean Ann Roberts of Fairagut and Phyllis Miller of Shenandoah, gowned alike In soft blue brocade, lighted the caudles after the Misses Normalee Weyenberg, Glenvil, Neb.; Lou Ann Sharman, Slromsberg, Neb.; Joan Truhlson, Herman, Neb. and Jane Scott, Omaha, made an aisle with ribbons. They wore pastel colored gowns. Mrs. W. Delmont McCausland jr., of Maquoketa, sister of the bride, was her only attendant. She wore a shell pink satin gown and carried a colonial boquet of pink chrysanthemums. Dan Zanders, cousin of the groom, served him as best man. The bride's gown of white brocaded satin was made with a narrow flared peplum. The fitted bodice had long tight sleeves, a full skirt swept Into a long train. The fingertip veil fell from a bandeau made from her mother's wedding veil. The bride carried a colonial boquet of white chrysanthemums, with her white carnation corsage attached. At the reception which followed immediately after the ceremony, Mrs. Lowell Dunlgan of Ames served the Ices and Miss Cynthia Menschel, Glenwood, poured. Mrs. J. N. Summers served the cake after the bridal couple cut the first piece. The table, overlaid with satin damask, had for a centerpiece, an arrangement of lighted white tapers in crystal holders and pink roses and fern in white wedding bells. Silver and crystal service was used. Miss Agnes Menschel of Glenwood had charge of the guest book. Mesdames and W. D. Hf. S. C. dob Gaest* of Mrs. Charlen WHwm The members of the H.S.C. club held their Sept. 17th, meeting: with Mrs. Charles Wilson with 11 members and three visitors Mrs. Darlin McGinnis, Mrs. Marvin Vinton and Mrs. Clifford Wolfe present. Mrs. Paul Seejrer was in charjre of the program which consisted of a housewife singing contest by Mrs. Alton Alberts, Mrs. Grant Chamberlain, Mrs. Harry Evans, Mrs. Francis Vinton and Mrs. Austin Bass. Mrs. Frances Vinton was the winner. Several of the members told interesting stories of their trip during: the summer. The meeting adjourned to meet Oct. IS, with Mrs. Clyde Dickersbach. Second Graders TMp in Birthday Observance Members of the second grade and their teacher. Mis? Jessie Frazier and a few other friends were entertained last Friday by Bill Wortman at his home in ob- servance of his Seventh birthday. The group played games In the back yard and refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon. Carmen Strong Frteml* «f Rirthitny Pnrty In honor of her fourth birthday Carmen Diann Strong entertained seven of her little friends at her home on Tuesday. An assortment of games provided amusement for the youngsters. Carmen'? mother, assisted by Mrs. J. R. Hurst and Mrs. Ocle Dickersbach, served the guests from a gayly spread table set in yellow adornments. A birthday cake with amber tapers provided the center piece. Attending the party were Le Roy Bowers, Billy Aistrope. Bobby McCormick. Ann Beckwith, Linda Hoover, Sanddra and Ida Bess Dickersbach. Birthday favors were presented each guest and Carmen received many useful gifts from her friends. HASTINGS Freshman Initiation FVMny Hastfnics freshmen were rap- ably Initiated by the npper clasp- men Friday with a spries of stunts which included cominp to school dressed as the opposite sex. scrubbing the school st >ps with tooth brushes. '.venrinR wire collars with onion pendants and the carrying of books for the upper classmen. In the evenine an initiation parly was held in the Community building with more Mums. I,ater refreshments were served and students nnrl family spent an enjoyable social hour. Decorations added to the occasion who lions of Rreen nnd white paper In a lattice pattern made 1h" roorn attractive and flowers ami lighted candles fervid as tali!.' centers. Committees in charjre Included entertainment, Susan I,avnl«-vt. bout; decoration and refresh- Llnyd Ftryan. Lorraine Mocka- ment, I.ibby Leu, nob Crouse and Florine Harold. Mr. and Mrs. John Rainbow and Mr. and Mrs Bevl« Sowers are at their cottage at Camdenton. Mo. for a fe-.v weeks. Dwieht Parker and Everette McGrew left for Iowa State college last Wffk for th^ rr,||p t '.-. year. Jo Ann Ptonebrea^er resumed her studies In music at Drake. L«:P Sowers returned to Ixmc Reach for his third year of collece after spnndinc; the summer at home. Representing the surrounding trade territory at the free bridge celebration in Omaha Friday of this week is Mrs. R. H. Hageman, the former Margaret Ann Buttman, countess of the 1946 Ak- Sar-Ben court. Mrs. Hageman will ride with other countesses In the parade at 10 a. m. on a beautiful float. She will wear her court costume as shown in the photo above. Hastings Methodist Church Rev. dare H. Boos, Minister Morning worship at 10 a. m. Sunday school at 11. We need a great many coming to Sunday school. There are classes for everyone and you can help the teachers and superintendent to reach the goal of attendance if you come and take part. The young people's meeting on Thursday, 8 p. m., at the church. The Council Bluffs district young people's meeting will be at Atlantic Sunday with registration at 2:30 p. m. We need some|\ one who will take a car of young people to this. Sunday, Oct. 5 Is the time for our Sunday night Fellowship gathering. Dr. W. F. Clayburg will be with us and during the evening will conduct the quarterly conference. This Is open to all who can come. We are asking that everyone who can will try and visit someone In the next month and Invite them to come to Sunday school. Let us do all that we can to boost the attendance each Sunday. It, T, N. Club to Meet Oct. 1 wiUi Mrs. Turner The L. T. N. club wil meet on Wednesday, Oct. 1 at 2:30 p. m. -with* Mrs. Ira Turner. Members P lease note change of meeting x distance than members of the wedding party were Max Johns, Herman, O'Dell, Stromberg, Neb.; Gordon Adams, Shenandoah; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Donner, Council Bluffs and John Barker, Indianola. Honor Parents at Family Reunion Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Deitering held a family reunion Sunday at their home north of Malvern in honor of Mrs. Deitering's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Smith of Omaha who were celebrating their 36th wedding anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. George Smith and Doretta, Mr. and Mrs. - ~ Junior Garden Club Initiates 27 New Members Junior Garden club members initiated 27 new members Into their group Tuesday. One feature of the Initiation was beneficial to the community as the Initiates were required to pick up waste paper on the school lawn, on the grounds and Paddock and around the Community building. The initiation was followed by a picnic and wiener roast at the fair grounds. Fifty-six were present for the meeting. Mrs. N. P. Crlnk, club sponsor, was assisted by W. D. Moyer, Mayo Hulsman and Mrs. F. E. Mulholland. Mrs. Edward Wearin Host to Study Club Wednesday The Book Review Study club met Wednesday evening at Mrs. Edward Wearin's home north of Hastings with an attendance of 17 members. Poetry was the lesson Book Reriew at C^mrch Oct. 3 Plans are progressing for the Book Review and Tea to be held at the church Friday afternoon, Oct. 3, sponsored by the Hastings Woman's club. Following are the committees for the event: tickets, Achsa Lookablll, Bess Hyde, Adah Haines, Lola Wearln, Nellie Grouse, Ethel Parker; reception, Maude Young and, Allte Turner; decoration, Neva £owen, Eleanor Scott and Allie Largent; tea, Ruth Kelley, Nellie Grouse, Helem Brace, Myrtle Rockafellow and Ruth Sawyers. Mrs. Allan Mactler, Omaha, will review "The Wall Between" by Elsie Oakes Barber, and a cordial Invitation Is extended to ladles of this and surrounding communities to come and hear Mrs. Mactier. Hubbell's Entertained OuesU from Glenwood Mr. and Mrs. Verrie Hubbell were hosts Sunday evening to members of a dinner club from Glenwood, their former home. Dinner was served buffet style, followed by bridge. Four tables were arranged for the game. .', Mr. and and daughter and Geanold Naughtin all of Omaha, Mrs. August Hoi- stein and children of Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hossle and sons of Hastings, Roy Reeves of Randolph, and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith, Malvern. Gary Harshbarger Honored on Eighth Birthday To celebrate his eighth birthday Gary Harshbarger entertained nine small friends at a party from 3:45 to 5 p. m. Thursday. Due to Gary's recent illness party time was short. A few games were played and the gifts opened before refreshments were served. His guests were Diane Kline, Judy Shonka, Kathleen Knop, Eddie Malholland, Tommy Stogdill, Edward Seaton, Stanley Waller, Scott Starr and his sister Kay. -«• '«" «• "with was leader and each member con- trlbuted with a poem and the biographical background of the poet. Next meeting will be Oct. 29 wlth Mrs Wahneeta Anderson. W. W. DeHart Pleasantly Surprised on Birthday W. W. DeHart, " who resides with his sister, Mrs. E. C. Kayton, was pleasantly surprised Saturday when friends came in to help him celebrate his birthday. They brought along a birthday dinner which they served at noon. Enjoying this day together were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kayton, Mr. and Mrs. Ghas. Kayton and Charles, the Rev. and Mrs. Nobel B. Blackman and Priscllla, Mrs. Kayton and the honoree. WATCH NEXT WEEK'S PAPER FOR COMPLETE AD!' at farm in Pesceville Monday, Oct. 6 betel of Uvestock, • good run of fuming equipment, household appliances, etc. WAlTtR WALKU ft I* M HW* WMKIMKi fjifa Mrs. Henry returned the first of the week from visiting in Clarinda. Mrs. Fellows was a visitor In the home of her daughter, Jenny Nelson, at Blair, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Dalrell and son of Bellevue, Neb. visited In the home of Ethel Everhart over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hall and son of Onawa are visiting in the Keith Shaw home. All officers and teachers of the Sunday school are asked to attend the meeting which will be held in the Methodist church in Glenwood Sept. 29. Twelve members of the Hastings W. S. C. S. attended the September meeting of the Emerson W. S. C. S. The North Grove Cemetery association met Friday in Shenandoah at the home of Mrs. J. M. Roberts for a potluck luncheon. Going from here were Neva Bowen, Ruth Bowen, Betty Dunbar, Mary Richardson, Rose Brazelton, Floy Durbin, Anna Salmons and Jessie Fisher; also Florence Bowen, Mrs. Andy Fleming, Mrs. Martin Cunningham and Clara Blackman of Malvern. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kelley of Eureka Springs, Ark. are visitors in the Wendell Ord home. D. R. Kidwell, Gale Cronlchite and Fred Lookablll left Thursday on a fishing trip to Green Lake, Minn. They returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson and Zelma Gress ot Topeka. Kan. are visltng in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Miller and Nellie Miller were dinner guests la the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Jeffries Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Resh of Baaex visited in the Ralph Hltea home Saturday. The monthly meeting of the HaatiaM Junior Feeders vas held at the Weerea Bow«a home Wednesday. Jack Bovag. Jimmy Kelley M4 Dick Altely left tor Inter- •UU 4-H show Sunday at St. Joe. Mo, Mr. M<t Vr*. Hwold Scott re- t«ra«4 from their trip Friday. Mr. **4 Ml*. A. K. Miller were tttttt «| the hone «f Mm. Mtt» lw'» folk* at Uo*. l«urla« w» Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edie of Malvfrn were guests In the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Don Gamble on Thursday. Mrs. Fred Clark of Truro, is visiting in the home of Mrs. Margaret Clark. Kyle Peterson of Onawa was a visitor in the Ben]. Haroff home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoos were dinner guests in the Weeren Bowen home Sunday. Doyle Waterworth was in Hastings Monday. Mrs. DeVoy and David visited Mrs. Nehbtt of Glonwood Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mervln Turner attended a dinner in the St. John's Luthf-ran church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ilalley and family were supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Courtier Sunday. Mrs. Thursa Edle of Malvern called at the Don Gamble home Monday. Betty Bailey was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Courtier. Peggy Clltes, who teaches the Mt. Vernon school southwest of Malvern, was home over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Konrad left for their home in Los Angeles, Cal. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson were Red Oak callers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. BenJ. Haroff were, in Red Oak Saturday. Floyd Clltes who is home on furlough, will return to camp at Salina, Ark. Thursday. Betty Haroff, who teaches at Carson, was home .over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Krecklow and Harry of Red Oak visited Jn the Ed Hathaway home Sunday. Mrs. Cliff Parker and Mrs. Ed Hathaway were in Omaha Friday. Mrs. Ada Regenauer is visiting in the home of Ray Kelley. A surprise party was held in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jlites Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. Hites' birthday. Cards werp played and delicious rr- freshmonts served. ""SCHOOL NEWS~ M in— Hill. M in IT ill i m Jl__ m 11 H i M 111 It mi, Primary: Darroll 1'atser ami Mattie Jean Straight were absent the past week because of illnpss. Kent Axtell and Larry Shirley enrolled last week bringing our enrollment to 21. Thlnl, Fourth. Fifth: Fifth grade I s studying the t'nlted States this year, one state at a time. The fourth grade is using the geography book, "Visits in Other Lands." Sixth. Seventh. KlKlKh: \Vo have received 17 traveling library books. In health the seventh grade drew a picture of the skeleton and the eighth various views of tho brain. The sixth grade is having reading problems. • WESLEY CHAPEL SERVICES THURSDAY FOR BERT BRADEN Former Mills County Man Died at Hi» Home in Missouri Funeral service? for Bert Rraderi wen- held Thursday at 2 p. m. in I he Henderson Methodist church with the Rev. John Trimble conducting the services. Mrs. (innlnn Steinrr. C'arrnl Philips, Melha Christofferson nml Win f'astor with Mrs. Harry Paul at the piano furnished the music. Flowers were cared for liy Mrs. Louie liramnieier and Karen Johnson. Casket liearers were Parrel Achenhach. Marvin Warren. Vol- riey Warren. Vernon Johnson, Bruce Brnden. (Jeorjfe Schwinilerman. Burial in Macedonia cemetery. Bert Braden. son of Solomon nnd Sarah Ann Braden was born at Maroa, III., May 25, 1882 and departed this life Sept. ir,. at the n<je of r>5 years, three months and 22 days, after an illness of almost three months. On May 11, 1904 he was united in marriage to Grace Wilkinson of Macedonia. To this union were horn two sons, Cleo nnd Clair. Cleo having preceded him in death at the aife of 10 years. Mr. Braden had lived in the Henderson and Emerson vicinities most all of his life moving to Maryville, Mo., seven years ago. He was a faithful and devoted father, a good friend and neighbor nnd loved his home and family. He leaves to mourn his passing his wife and son Clair nnd wife nnd one granddaughter, V'clma Mae. Two brothers, Oscar and Elmer, l>oth of Henderson and a host of other relatives and friends. A precious one from us has gone A voice we loved is still, A place is vacant in our home Which never can be filled. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Parker returned Sunday from a two weeks vacation with their son, Clinton Jr. and family at the Triple U ranch at GcttHhurg, S. D. They attended a two-day sale of livestock which was very successful. The prairie fire a few days before, which came close to their summer range land, affected the buying. The 83 bulls sold for $44,000 averaging around $600; 280 cows $90,465, averaging $325, Buyers attended from Minnesota, Arizona, Nebraska and Idaho. Clinton jr. will have most ot the breeding stock permanently now at the River range and be on a partnership basis with the owner, L. R. Houck. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fickel of Indianola are parents of a son born Sept. 14 at the hospital there. They have named him Stephen Earl. Old paper* for aala, big bundl* le at The Leader office. adv. Bargain* in the Want Ado! GLASSES By** COMPLETE KxamlBed Pitted Had* *B« B«p«lred ia OBT «w» "rift DR. I* B. PKTBRSEN Optometrist Red Oak. Iowa SBOMMor to C3jrd« B. CnrUj, O.D. First Door North of Panno** Mr. §14 MM. Ptttt to tiM M«y bow* •*>» Here are hats to bring supreme satisfaction for your new fall ensemble . . . enchanting new colors . . Palomino . Pecan . Champagne . Burgundy . blacks . , browns . grays . , include imported fur felts and finest of new materials , . flatteringly shaped and embodying the newest in style trends . . . 4.98 - 10.98 TCNNANT

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