The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on May 4, 1933 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1933
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THE MALVfeftN LfeAbfctt, MALVEftff, 10WA, MAY 4, PAG6 ttVt ***** « f»* »«»# of ftot* Mftii«tt e* ttafvwft ****»§ ttrfpHftnf fcet tm OT Ktti. jig-saw imi««. ftef«*h««Mi of saBdwfetw, fcsts*. *«**, a*<i fratt saiadt *«rl «#***. *&« «»- terpiece w*i ft tfcaBttfttt Wtthday cafce halted try feet ttottret. Those pfesttt wet* the Misses Oertfnde, DUtfte, teofift, and Margaret Left, M*ftht, Elsie, Josephine. and Site Pototewi itf. and Mrs. Otis Le*ls, Mr. and Mrs. Ah- toa Pofcto*, Otto Biepold, dart and Bruno Lett, Harmon Phillip*, August Poutow, and Wltfofd rtaynes. All departed tot hoine at a late hour wishing Miss Rosa many happy returns 6t tile 'day. Olte Daitcitig PMty for ttlgh School Btt One of the outstanding soda! functions for the younger high school set was a delightful dancing party held in the Community building Friday evening when seven young people assisted by their parents entertained. They were: James Beckwlth, Marian and Robert Sen ton, Tom and Harb Bentoh, Mary Elizabeth Summers, and Edward Wearln. The high school teachers and a number from Olenwood and Council Bluffs were guests also. Mrs. Zelma Fletcher had charge of the music. Refreshments were served at a late hour, Missionary Society to Meet Friday The W. F. M. B. ot the Mela- odtst church will meet Friday aft* ernoon, May 6, with Mrs. W. B. Kerns. Mrs. C. E. Hilton Is the leader. Sunday School Clam Has Picnic Miss Gladys Olllllsnd's Sunday school clau enjoyed a picnic and welner roast at the Pair grounds lait Thursday evening. There were fourteen present, Have Picnic on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Vern Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Alberts, Mr. and Mrs. Max Benton, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Beaton, Miss Bernlce Caji- dell, and Ralph Bower drove down to the home of Mr, and Mrs. Austin -Bass -Sunday where all enjoyed a picnic .dinner to? S$f. •w\" "4 i ifip».*'*ff'' ' s 'frB* Red « WhitE STORE Sale to Win 1,000,000 New Friends 000 end NOTICE! New 1 Fronds' 1 will SATURDAY NIGHT 100 the Leader Is anitoni to get news of ALL the social affairs of Malt em and surrounding countryside. » yon give * dinner tot friends, or a party, or any social function please phone 100 and tell us of it. We will appreciate it very tench. Please phone as soon after the event as possible. Thank yonf Mre* and DM* Hfflter «rt«r- tafn«d a (trcnrp of frfeftdi at • part* Friday etewtn*, Afrrtt 48, at tfrefr home east of Sirahan. The evetrfhg Was et>«it ttt Ptay- Iflg Bunco .eight tables being •tied. At 11 o'clock Mrs. Rifiyer assisted by gome of the girls served refreshments of sandwiches, pick* leg, fruit salad, and cake. At! left at a late Iron* declaring they had had a great time and Wishing Dale and Mildred would give another party soon. Affair* Hotter the Mr. and Mrs. George Rosenfeld who are moving to Harlan have been the inspiration for several parties the put week, Wednesday evening they were entertained at the home of Dr. aad Mrs. W, M. Hlett. A delicious two course dinner was served at 7 o'clock and spring flowers used as decorations. Additional guests Were Mr. and Mrs. 3. N, Sum* men and Mr. and Mrs! Wallace Salyers. Friday evening they were en' tertalned at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buch west of town at a delicious country dinner. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Rosenfeld were given a surprise party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 3, V, Wearln by the 4-H club. At this time there were twenty-one boys present. The evening was spent playing games and punch and cake were the refreshments, Sunday they enjoyed another delicious country dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Fickel north of Hastings. Sunday evening they were entertained at supper by Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Salyers. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Donner and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McCausland. Malvern friends regret that Mr. and Mrs. Rosenfeld are leav* t and wish them well In their Club Will Mwt fre*t Tuesday The Malvern Garden dab wilt meet Tuesday, May 9, in the Community building dining room at 1 o'clock. There will be a cohered dish luncheon followed by election of officers. Then the pro* gram will be given. Miss Frances Benton has charge of the follow* ing program. The topic is Wild Flowers, and the flower the vlo* let. Golden Rod, Mrs. J. O. Laird. Wild Flowers Easily Tamed, Mrs. F. R. Chantry. The plant and seed sale will be in charge of Mrs. otto Kline and her able assistants. Attended District C. E. Convention The Malvern Presbyterian church was represented by the ollowing at the District One Christian Endeavor convention held at Red Oak April 29-30. Margaret McCormlck, Betty Swain, and Ocle Caudell attend* ed all of the sessions but the one on Sunday evening. Harriet Tal- >ott, Claradel Llnquist, and Miss Black were present Saturday un- 11 after the banquet program. The Christian church at Red Oak served the banquet free to 156 >ersons. Mrs, L. A. Talbott, Miss Degenhart, and Miss Black at* ended the Sunday afternoon program. District One, consisting ot the C. E., young people in the Congregational, Christian, and Pres- jyterian churches ot six counties, was changed to District Twenty with four counties — Mills, Fremont, Page, and Montgomery. This was the largest attended C. E. convention held for many years. Over 200 bad registered Sunday afternoon. Miss Alice Scott of Olenwood was chosen K you have not already put in your supplies at the big saying in price which this sale means/ better do it now, And if you have you, better come M again ana see if there are some bargains that you have missed, Remember, the Saturday Night aitt for Teachers Mrs. Ralph Hassle and Miss Edna Herts gave a prettily appointed bridge party last Thursday evening for the lady members of the Malvern school faculty. The house was beautiful •with decorations in spring flowers, tulips and apple blossoms, while the table decorations were bouquets of violets. Four tables of bridge occupied the guests at tention for the evening followed by light refreshments. Invited guests aside from the teachers were: Mrs, Ed Knight, Mrs, Wallace Salyers, Mrs. Glen Dalrymple, Wtaa Frances Benton and Miss Emily Roland of Glenwood. Mrs. E4 Knight received high score and a prize, ifrs, Daniel Beaton Honored with Shower Mrs, Vern Dunn, assisted by Mrs, Bay Hurst, Miss Vaida Rural, and Mrs. Paul Beaton, was hostess at a shower honoring Mrs Daniel Beaton last Friday afternoon, Varied entertainment and two solos by Mrs. Mas Benton were enjoyed by the guests. Delicious refreshments of fresh strawberries and whipped cream on angejfood cake, coffee anc mjBts were served. The tables were very prettily decorated in pastel shades with a lovely May basket as the centerpiece. Out fll town, guests were Misses Myrtle Bisdoa, Marjorfe Taylor, kul» McRae. ft»4 Jesnnette Stu> art of StrahftB, Mrs. Max «f HeBdewm, ft n4 Mtss of GJenwgiod. (Mdren's Wonderland at Chicago's Pair "?I6 Man of Her Own," stafrfat Ctert Gable a«d Carol Lombard; "gttfftt* Through" with fter»a Sfcearer; Mart* Dressier to "Ptw- pertty," "The Sign of th« Cross," and "Ktwg of the Jnngl*.*' Market* re* W«dn«»d*y Corn, yellow Corn, White ___il9c Wheat .—-**$&e .Oats .*.i6t I Cream - _.19c to Sic Eggs 7c to lit Hens, 4 Ibs. and over —. 9e Leghorns and light hens _.—-«<s Cocks _ _...4c secretary, and Miss Wanda Kochersperger, Emerson, president for Mills county. Artist's conception of "Enchanted Island"—five-aere wonderland at A Century of Progress-Chicago's 1933 World's Fair. It will have a Magic Mountain, a Tropical Garden, a Children's Theater, a miniature fallreaf performing animals, a wading: pooland, other marvels. Parents may leave their children hete while attending other Exposition attractions! * If you have a friend Interested in Mills county tell him atxrat The Leader. Achievement Day ' for Farm Bureau Women Thursday Talks, Pageant Given at Annual Home Project Rally Summing up their year's work in home projects, women of the Mills county Farm Bureau held their annual achievement day program at the Malvern Community building last Thursday. Demonstrations, talks and a pageant •were included in the day's program. Practice for the pageant and folk games were held in the morning and informal discussions of projects were given. In the afternoon the new county agent, Bruce M. Kilpot- rick, was introduced and talks were given by special speakers, Mrs. N. May Larson, assistant state leader of the Iowa State college extension department, discussed "The Place of Home Project Work in the Farm Bureau," telling what such work had accomplished in the past and sug- the pagt blo trend in the DRY FORCES (Continued from page 1) ballot, in their respective col* umns. They also are to name one Judge and two clerks from each precinct to serve as the election boards at the election June 20. These are to serve without pay. Some Job they'll have. A very Interesting symposium was held in the afternoon when Rev. Mr. Petit of Pacific Junction stressed temperance teaching in the Sunday uchools. Miss Mary Rathke told of the law that required teaching the effects ot alcohol and narcotics in the public schools. Miss Bogart spoke for the Federation of Women's clubs. Forty thousand members of 900 Federated clubs are on record for retention of the Itith Amendment. Rev. L. E. Ripley ot Emerson spoke for the ministers and Wayne Choate for the Press. Paul Rowe of Glenwood represented the farmer with a very pleasing address. He proved quite convincingly the benefits the The local program given by the young people was fine and the address following by Mrs. Mann was to the point, well illustrated and convincing. How any one could ever want liquor and the saloon back after listening to the facts martlaled by Mrs. Mann is beyond comprehension. She re calls very vividly, what many have forgotten, the terrible scenes in the time of the old saloon days. She closed with an appeal to vote and see that the entire dry vote was out on election day to vote against repeal and save our country from the terrible conditions that would Inevitably follow repeal. Hound Trip CHICAGO over Mother's Day Ruth Celebrate Thirtieth Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dovenspike observed their thirtieth wedding anniversary Wednesday, Apr! 26, 1933 by having a few friends in for the evening. Progressive Pinochle was played after which a delicious two course lunch was served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. George Burgoln and children, Jack and Patty Ann, Mrs, Watler Kruse and children, Francis and Catherine (daughters and grandchildren), Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Sawyer, Mr, end Mrs. C. D, Mitchell, Floyd Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. i* P. Henry and Vivian, —Silver City Times, iplllif^ 1 IL "• I > 1 '•'* Lawrence Henry B«y» . Silver City Times A deal was made the past week whereby Lawrence P. Henry, for many years past agent for the Wabasb at Mlneola, purchased The Silver City Times of Mrs, Bert&a Peterson Merrill who has owned it for several years past He took possession May 1. Mr?, Merrill returns to her home Jn Neola, Mr. Henry is somewhat new to the newspaper business, but he is able and a hustler, and with Ms wide acquaintance in that vi* cinlty should make it go in food shape. Mr. Henry ts one of the meu or lecturers for the order and Jww » wide eyey tbts secUes, friend who joiu uj ia wish* lug bin} success ia his new Yea* tare. Mis. MerrtU tow elvea tbs »««* pin of Silver pit? » goflfl BWMHT ftjwj Mr- Keary expects to up tbe Break* Leg »t GUawood John, MeajQh,a.m, 80 n of Mrs. Ellsworth Richardson of Albia, state chairman ot Farm Bureau women's work, spoke on "The Assets of Rural Living." A farm housewife who appreciates the possibilities of farm life, Mrs. Richardson gave an exceptionally inspirational talk, emphasizing that all governmental and semiofficial work being done toward the betterment of rural conditions should not be curtailed. Mrs. Lee Roland and County Agent O. A. Rosenfeld Introduced the pageant which showed two episodes of Farm Bureau work. In the first, the home project work, ten women, leaders In the county, assisted in the presenta* tion and in the second part, describing the 4-H club work, seven 4-H club boys and seven girls took part, Music for the pageant was furnished by Miss Maysil Barry and Miss Helen F, Jones. LEGION MEETS (Continued from page i and ) talks county organizations, by state officers. The afternoon session ot the Aulxlllary will be called to order in the main auditorium of the armory at 8 o'clock. The first parl of the afternoon program will consist of roll call of units, membership reports ot units aad county organizations and talks by state officers. The closing feature of the afternoon program will be the joiftt session of the Legion and Auxiliary represeat&ttves, who, will be addressed, by Miss Helen Needles pf the state de- of beftUb, Miss Needles World war nurse, 8; 80 o'clock ia tbe evening the Legionnaires and. Auxiliary todies, will attend a jQtot banquet tb9 dialog room of the armory, the local Legion Auxiliary bavin* charge of this banquet, The d}n* Program will CQftgiat Qf J»u- numbers fey local talent. The toast program will be la charge jr Londry Mrs. Lain- tion. Mrs. J. H. Mann, advertised as one of the most pleasing and forecful public speakers in, the nation, gave a very inspiring and convincing address. Mrs. Mann has a wonderful fund of Information given in such a manner that all who hear cannot help but agree that prohibition is the safest course for the nation. The evening session was also well attended and a fine program was given. Rollicking Comedy Shown at Empress "She Done Him Wrong" Telia of Day* of Peg Tops, Pretzels Malvernians will have opportunity to see the season's most hilarious comedy Sunday and Monday when "She Done Him 'press f Theaters The picture s Mae West, famed exponent pleasiP'lv plump curves. Dealing with the days when peg top trousers, pretzels and bowler hats were the order of fashion the story is told by a rollicking series of events realistically portrayed. Manager L. Z. Henry of the Empress is making a policy of showing the newer, better pictures and reports a steadily increasing patronage. Booked for early showings at the theater are May 1243 May 12-13 Oolnft—Tickets will be honor ed on all trains May 12 and 13 ttatnrn, to leave Chicago by midnight May 16. Tickets good In coaches or chair cars Halt fare for children ATTRACTIONS World's Pair Hulldlnirji and Ground*.. naM^mll: Chicago (Box) vs. WMhlngton (Sena tors) May 10 and 14. Aquarium Planetarium MUMmni Art Institute Theatre* Consult Agent for Details S I S Theater TABOR, IOWA SAT, - SUN. - MON, May 6.7-8 Wheeler and WooUey in io i ms is Africa" Midnite Preview Starting at 11:15 Saturday Adm. 10c-30c Regular Showing Sun.-Mon. Adm. 10c.25c GRADUATION comes but once/ Give a GIFT THAT LASTS for graduation this year. You'll find many such gifts that every graduate wants in our store — at just the price you want to pay. Watches on Sale at COST! miiamiifmil^^^^^^^^^*^^m^**^^^^^^^lg^S^S&f** lll ***S*K^&™* l * i ^^SSS8£f' l **'^S Look at these watch values! We're pricing them at cost or below for we must move them, Our stock is the largest in this area and there are many others besides the ones Usted below, Fine Elgin, reg. price $87,50, During sale now - §22$) Women's Strap, charming design, i»& 18640 value. mw til 80 We also Suggest Men's Strap, newest design, reg, $37.50 value, now (25 We have the largest stock of n this section and you're sure to find the right style and all gre on aale it these remarkably low prices,

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