The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on April 6, 1933 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, April 6, 1933
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MALVfeRN, tOWA, APHIL 6, PAGfe FIVI- A group of Ml* school rttt- dents were gtfwts fa the O. It Hyde fcoiB* Mat Satot day evening »tren Mrs. Hyd« entertained at ft buffet froptmf tot feet ton, frfe*. Those present Were I*!tyTltt WO- son, Jaue afcd Lorralfte Fletcher, Mary .Elizabeth Summers, Char- jotte Wederijtrfst, Marian Bent on, Dorothy Qalliher, Barbara Amos. Hnrb Befttoa, Jatees Becfcwfth, Lanrettee Lisle, Joe Robblns, Jamie Summers, Lee Gary, And Malcolm tneflte, Mrs. Don Cmuringtwon Hostess to tt. 8. O. The H. 8. 'C. held their first afternoon meeting of the rear at the home of Mrs. Don Canningham Wednesday, March 29. Eighteen members were present, also several guests. Members answered toll call by giving a hobby for this summer. A debate, Resolved: "l*d rather be married than employed," Was given by members of the club. Neither side was Judged the winner, each one being allowed to make their own decision. Mrs. Frances Kline read a letter from her sister in California telling of her earthquake experiences. Refreshments were then served. Gnesta in Anderson Home at tted Oak Mr. and Mrs. 3. V. Wearin and sons, J. F. Jr. and Ed, Dr. and Mrs. I, U, Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Summers, and fir. and Mrs. Thos. W. Oldley and daughter, Oretchen, were guests last Thursday evening to dinner in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Gordon Anderson near Red Oak, It was Mr. Anderson's birthday and Mrs. Anderson arranged this surprise for him. Birthday Surprise for Mrs. Ira Frit* Sunday was the birthday of Mrs. Ira Fritz, and a group of relatives drove down to the old homestead with their dinners surprising Mrs. Fritz and spending a very happy day visiting. ' Those in the party were Mr, and Mrs. Henry Aistrope, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Aistrope, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mulholland, Mrs. Margaret Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Buttmann, Mr, and Mrs. Marshall Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fiokel, Mr. and v Mi* Barry Nay lor, W, W. Ais, > trope.iFred A. Mulholland, Margartt ' n -Bnttmann;: Jdc^ Jlft !"miv"era, Mr ." Loren Aistrope and son of 'Council Bluffs, and T, M. Aistrope Jr., and Mrs. Elmer Bates of Tabor. Hydes Entertain Guests at Dinner Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Wearin, J. F. Jr., and Edward, A, J. Wearlii, and Mr. and Mrs, Chas. H. Summers were guests in the O. R, Hyde home last Tuesday evening at a dinner honoring J. F. Wearin Jr., who was home from Chicago where be is a student in the university. Gives April Fool Party Saturday Margaret Ann Buttmann entertained a group of girls Saturday afternoon at an April Fool party. Those present were Julia Jean Steele, Dorothy Slothower, Mary Jean Bwing, Nella Waller, Ruth Louise McCord, Wauneeta Cox, {Catherine Swain, Lenore Mansfield, Georgia Marie Hilton and Margaret Mansfield of Hamburg. by Stars, List Friday evening at the BOTH* of Mr. and Mrs. 1 L. Bonder, Misses Ltreflle and Panttne Mctntyre entertained a group of young people honoring Miss Claudia Luse of Omaha. There were twenty-four present to enjoy this courtesy. Bridge and pinochle were the games played and late In the evening light refreshments were served. Out of town guests were Miss Rachel Dalton and Joe Bloedell of fabof. On Saturday afternoon Miss Lucille Mcintyre entertained a group of girls at a 1 o'clock April Fool luncheon at her home again complimenting her house guest, Kiss Luse. A delicious two course luncheon was served at small tables. There were ten guests. Miss Lorraine Flckel of Henderson was an out of town guest. ttonof Birthday of Hoy Dean Mansfield Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mansfield. Lenore and Roy Dean were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Barkus Tuesday evening celebrating the birthday of• Roy Dean. Honored MM, Paullin Mrs, Thos. W. Gidley enter* talned a group of women Tuesday afternoon honoring Mrs. Amos Paullin of Newton at a dessert luncheon, There were bine guests including the honoree. The entertainment was bridge and jig saw puzzles. Guests were: Mrs. O. 8. Eacrett, Mrs. R. W. Mansfield, Mrs. W. D. McCausland, Mrs. Otha Hyde, Mrs. 8. J, Anderson, Mrs. C. L. Kunce, Mrs. John Fletcher, and Mrs. Fred Farquhar. On last Thursday evening Mrs. R. W. Mansfield entertained two tables of bridge also honoring Mrs. Paullin. Missionary Ladles Surprise Their President A dozen women of the Presbyterian Missionary Society met last Thursday afternoon and went to the home of Mrs. J. B. Lutz, their president, to surprise her and bid her welcome home. She and Mr. Lutz spent the winter with a daughter in Oklahoma and returned to Malvern recently so these friends decided to show their appreciation by having this little party for her. Popcorn balls and candy were brought by the guests and.nerved at.the proper N&fttefi r0f »em«y at S«rter Jessie In Mal- Jttdfre P*t e r» Will Pr**id* at S*«*iort to Op*fl Afftttt Fettt furors for tfce April term of the Mm* county district court Were announced last wee* by Clef* of Courts 3. Franklin Greene. Jr. The April term win open In Glenwood April 26. with Judge Earl Peters of ClaHnda presiding. Those drawn for Jury service for this term are as follows: Lura Newton, Glenwood. Cora Laird, Malvern. t.fla Unfit, Glenwood. Goldle Armstrong, Malvern. Clyde Hanna, Glenwood. 0. M. Moore, Malvern. j. M. Wofstall, Malvern. August Hoffman, Glenwood. August Duysen, Henderson. Ralph Good, Emerson. Hazel Bloom, Glenwood. J. 8. Osborne, Glenwood. Nellie Powles, Pacific Junction. Fred Marshall. Glenwood. Martin Bea. Henderson. Anna Brlley, Malvern, Corrine Chambers, Malvern. P. 8. Crlnk, Malvern.. Esther Button, Pacific Junction Myrtle Harman, Glenwood. Jas. Schoenlng, Silver City. I Ann Anderson, Pacific June-' tlon. J. O. Dunn, Glenwood. Elsie Edwards, Glenwood. Mrs. Edd Nagel, Malvern. Kenneth Henderson, Malvern. Everett Shaw, Tabor. C. H. Hardy, Malvern. Fern Burgoin, Silver City. Harry Gllmore, Silver City, W. E. Rhoades, Pacific Junction. Harry Market, Malvern. Frank Shook, Hastings. W. H. Strickland, Pacific Junction. R. H. Mlntle, Glenwood. Leverne Lincoln, Pacific Junction. Carol Reasoner, Glenwood. Fred Bourck, Glenwood. Jess Taylor, Bartlett. Myron Jones, Glenwood. Hazel Messlnger, Glenwood. Mrs. B. F. Dlttua, Henderson. Gertrude Osborne, Glenwood. Paul Jones, Emerson. Ora Lee, Glenwood. Ralph S. Goodman, Glenwood. Elton Clay, Malvern. A. C. Buch, Glenwood. Wade Delavan, Glenwood. Vfgltot »«rtB fcatn entered OUT midst and called a deftr Sister to tfce fteauttful aoine feeyond. Her name win ever be cherished in the affectionate memory of our Lodge for her fcftntleness and kind deeds; aird, *h« havtnR heen it faithful and ardent worfter In the teachings of Friendship, Lore and Truth, therefore be it Resolved: That & copy of these Resolutions be spread upon the Records of this Lodge, a copy be sent to the family, and the charter draped. Mrs. Minnie noss Mrs. Ida Graves Mrs. Alice Wilson Committee. Woodland Rebekfth Lodge No. 5S2 Glenwood, Iowa, April 3, 1933. Men on Program at P. T. A. Meeting School Activities. Relations Discussed by Four Speakers Four speakers discussed the activities and relations of the schools Tuesday evening when a program was arranged by the men of the Parent-Teacher association. The meeting was held in the Community building and was lightly attended. Sup't E. C. Kincaid gave suggestions aa "to how parents hindered the education of their children, stressing cooperation with the teachers, Insistence on regular attendance and stimulation toward good work as things often neglected by parents, Coach Paul Hertz outlined many types of extra-curricular activities, showing the historical start of such and suggesting the necessity of ft good program of activities for students in order to tie UP their formal education with their out of school life, With an illustrated lecture H, H. Amos, vocational agriculture teacher, told of the work of bis department and the type of education given to students. Follow" ing this be showed a number of slides of sketches by one of his students, of faculty member?, Pf. A- members, and others. Popular criticisms of the school system were given by Alien Wort man as the last speaker, Loyal California*!* Prefer Earthquakes Mabel Sandilaftd Sees Advantage Over Cyclone* In West Loyal Californians still prefer earthquakes when compared with Iowa cyclones. At least that is the opinion of Mabel Sahdlland in a recent letter to The Leader. The letter: My Dear Mr. Wortman: Enclosed please find my check for f 2 which pays for The Leader for another year. We were very fortunate here In Monrovia and while we felt the earthquake very decidedly there was no damage. We are still feeling quakes even here but we still love California In Spite of her faults. We prefer earthquakes to cyclones. The earthquake is our one topic of conversation and everything is dated b.q. (before quake) or a.q. (after quake). My houses in Long Beach are both stucco and withstood the shake 100 per cent. Every time I go to Long Beach I realize more and more how fortunate I am. So many homes were damaged. Sincerely, Mabel Sandlland. The Weather For the benefit of our western readers we will say that we are having very good spring weather in Iowa now although a little cool. Plenty of rain but no snow or hard freezes the past week. Turner's Receive Note from Roosevelts Mr; arid Mrs. Ira Turner* of south of Hastings recently noted a similarity between their own family record and that of President and Mrs, Roosevelt. Believing that even presidents and their wives might like to have a letter which asked neither a favor nor a Job, they wrote to the First Family recently, describing the similarity and shortly afterward received a reply from Mrs. Roosevelt's secretary. The letters are below: March 20, 1933. President and Mrs. Roosevelt: Just a line to tell you that there is a family living on a farm in Iowa which is justly proud of the fact that their family record reads so nearly like your own. We were married on March 16, 1905, or just two days prior to ' your marriage and our ' family, like yours, consists of four sons and one daughter. We wish to congratulate you upon the passing of the twenty- eighth milestone and hope we may be able to enjoy many more such happy occasions. Trusting that the duties of your exalted position do not fall too heavily upon you, we are Very sincerely yours, Mr, and Mrs, Ira Turner. March 30 My Dear Mr. and Mrs. Turner: Mrs. Roosevelt asks me to thank you for your letter of March 20 and to express her appreciation of your thoughtfulness in writing as you have done. Very sincerely yours, Malonea T, Scheeder, Secretary to Mrs. Roosevelt. Captain Munger in Charge of Hospital Former Malvemian Get* Command of Naval Institution A former Malvernlan, Captain Curtis B. Munger of the naval medical corps, has been named to command the naval hospital in Washington, according to a re* cent navy department announcement. He succeeds Admiral Perceval 3. Rosslter, new surgeon general of the navy, and had been serving under Admiral Rossiter until a few days ago, Captain Munger was born in Malvern In 1878, spending much of his boyhood In this community. His father owned a drug store' here and Captain Munger has a large list of acquaintances and. friends in Malvern. He entered the navy in July, 1906, aug has served on various ships and stations throughout the world' He has been in charge of the personnel division of the bu* reau of medicine »na surgery. depsrtmen,*; has served, as sector medical officer aboard the naval hospital ship. V. 8. s. Re* aad teak the course at the ttege at Munger sened Wilson's electric quality Chicks PRICES ON ACCREDITED, CERTIFIED BABY CHICKS CUSTOM HATCHING •. Z« ptr »|f «* a? th» New York NftVftl ho*. bsiore JQI M ta Is* Ah me/ Again 'tis r i :: Just think I Easter is only nine days fforh now and it brings with it gay, new, spring styles. We have the most irresistible array of Spring Hats, Frocks, Shoes, Jacqaettes and Undies that we've ever had to show to a needy public. ^Auxiliary benefit and Mrs. Harry Nelson, Mrs. W. D. McCausland ( and Mrs, Perdew were named to make arrangements for the annual tree planting in Paddock Park, Mrs. A. P. Kilmartln announced that five thousand poppies had been made by Malvern ex-service men. A program of music was given including a group of piano solos | by Jane Fletcher and a cornet solo by Harry Hilton. Following the meeting refreshments were served by Mrs, Del- pna Thomas, Mrs. A. P, Kllmar- n, Mrs. George Hilton, Mrs, W, W. Tunnison, and Mrs. Grant Chamberlain, 1.59 to $ 2.95 LOVES FabricJGlotms White Chamoisuede Slipona -29c Chamoisuede mousquetaire silpons or cuffs, white eggshell, -Q beige __._^- —.-~fc xC Are Still Haying . OccfttioBftl "Quake*" In a letter from Mrs, J, R. Scott written March SO, at Long Beach, Calif., she Bays; Long ^each, Calif- March 80, 1833. Mr* Wort man; Things are quieting 4«w» some since the great upheaval but Just as we thing our nerves are get- Ueg settled alone conies another "tremor" and we §re at bad, off »» we were before. TWs gut we §;» to thjfit »n4 » day now Mjr», M wt thin The weftVhw ii the flows** »Bd I Yl»iH wWfih win wtfi SSI at ink «ur¥ H*MJ» M to tb* *f*thM fetfdt hwwe lot that dtatndi tu *™* of our WtW* J^^WW^* *8^w ffmfp^ 7 w* np"W» ^m ™, ^_ r _ J^B§ *^lfi ^ <V ** ** "*** Just the right shoes for Easter- time. Complete each of your spring outfits with a pair of our beautifully styled shoes. We have copied the most costly imports at our thrifty prices. Fashion decrees new Tub Prints Milady may wear in place of Afternoon Silks, $195 1 jYou'll say they 'clique' when you see these DRESSES Print or Plain SILKS in all wanted Spring shades House Frocks at 69c and $1 We, cant hdp but mention our unmentionables here, Whoever it was who made these up seemed to know just exactly what's wanted for you've never seen such comfortable, good- looking or dainty undies. Silk Dance Sets 1 It may be s, problem just what to when $hj wwtfceF may be »»oJ» wet, dry . . » Yew can't «s wrong with one of these Jacquettes. New Spring PRINTS Color F»»t • DO NOT CONFUSE these with the average run of 10c prints which are so loosely woven you can stick straws through the threads. Even the Men can dress up for Epter, We've some_ extraordinary QO dress shirts, bought t? sell at XUr * l,}5 whic.h we're pricing at ** v v fit*»v** »*** * ?» fir vwrvist t7\' possible colors with fgmed St»y*Bite Collars, Silk Ties Which you -probably have no idea can be sold at this price, And won- dtrfaJ V I C H • 1 LIADBR DIF'T tTOil Malvtrn, low§

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