The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 24, 1933 · Page 5
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MALVEftfr LfeADfl*, MALVfeftMOWA. AUGUSt 24. wftft ft jrtentc de- fa*« SftBMS PtyHis Wilson and Dorothy Gattttsr -wet* hostesses to thirty-si* of tbelr friends Thursday _ Mg nt *t tbft Fair grounds, thft j)lcnle dinner was served cafeteria *tyte and the gnettt ate at card tables In the Floral hall wntefc bad been attractive!? arranged tor their party. Following tfcfi delicious dinner the young people spent & delightful erenlng with games and dancing. A radio provided the music for dancing. One of the special stunts wag a marathon In which the couples danced a hate hour then ran a halt hour; Lorraine Fletcher and Joe Robbing won the marathon. Ont-of-town gnests for the party were Betty Dean, Carolyn Cook, Bis Catton, Bod Phifer, and Bob Kile of Glenwood, and Viola Woodflll of Btrahan. The girls were assisted In their entertaining by their mothers, Mrs. Carl Wilson and Mrs. Harry Galllher. Bora! Neighbors Meet with Mrs. Short Members of the Royal Neigh' bor club met at the home of Mrs. George Short Friday afternoon spending the afternoon quilting. Delicious refreshments were also served. ME ATS SOME OF THE THINGS you can get at the City Mcit Market Choice cuts of Sirloin, Porter House, T Bone or Round Steak (corn fed), Ib Pork Chops (Fresh) Ib Fresh Side Pork (Home E2. 8c Pure, Fresh Ground Beef, Pure, Fresh Ground Pork Sausage, Hem'«¥piif Sweet BACON SPECIAL 8 Oz. PJcg.- Cellophane Wrapped Sliced *7 r Bacon, per pkg, '*Fine Sugar Cured Bacon, o to 8 Pounds, Whole or Half 10 r Slab, per Ib, *^ c Phone 58 Malvern Phone 100 The Leader Is aniions to let news of ALL, the social affairs of It at tern and surrounding countryside. If you give a dinner for friends, or a party, or any social function please phone 100 and tell us of it. We will appreciate it very much. Please phone at soon after the event as possible. Thank yout CUrla Shower Mrs. Lloyd short Honoring Mrs. Lloyd Short whose marriage was solemnized a week ago Misses Lucille Mcln- tyre and Bernice Caudell gave a miscellaneous shower Friday afternoon at the Mclntyre home. Twenty-two high school friends of the bride were guests for the afternoon. Following informal entertainment the guest was taken on a treasure hunt and all over the bouse found lovely gifts. At the conclusion of the party a refreshment plate was served, Mrs. Paul Berkhimer of Shelby Nebr. was the only out-oMown guest. Mrs, Lloyd Short Honored with Shower Misses Alice and Billie Me- Nulty entertained sixteen guests at their, home Monday evening honoring Mrs. Lloyd Short, a repent bride, giving her a towel shower. Bridge' was the entertainment for the evening with Mrs. Paul Berkhimer winning high score. Fair Vemtt *fctby Vernal Hat's what they're caning tiay Patricia Down*, of 80S Washington strut, Svanston, 11L, who was crowned "Ml|s Ench*flt«d Is* land" la the tmkjua baby bathing beauty contest h*U ttctnt- ly at the wllllon-dolhr play* g.o.,.. or children at th* Cm* eigo 1933 World's Pair—A Century of Progress. She's a blue-eyed blond*, and just 2)f years old. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^••^••••••••^••^•I^^HBHMBHiH^MHHHB^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l Our Augiut Cash-Raising Hardware Sale Icloses SATURDAY, Aug. 26| Jttit three mete iiaya of these vety lew prices we are offering. If you need anything in hardware, now is your opportunity for hardware is going up* We can't buy more good* for you at these prices. In addition to the special prices in our other ad which still hold good, note the following; g, ,100 «q* feeL per mil **—^—»8<e Oil it*** wiek*, eaen ->«»**., ^_JZ4e SOe Pocket knives _25c Scythe handles, each ..»» .^..$1.49 24 Gauge Furnace pipe while it lasts: S in., per joint ___49<i 9 in., per joint B9c Axle grease, per Ib. lOc Razor Made*, 3 (of lOc 4 lot .___,._--—10c Dry tell batteries, Peters High Velocity shells, by the case ^_^ ——117»95 set* __$1.49 & $1,98 Some USED Gasoline and Oil Stove* Priced to SELL._ _ Se« our RANGE and WASHING MACHINE VALUES PLUMB REUNION Copious Rainfall Over Mills County This section was blessed by splendid rains the past week, soaking up some places in Mills county that had hardly been touched by rain all summer. It begun about midnight or a little after Friday night and by noon .Saturday had ,«Une4, )M8 in Malvarn andfwpje|ar *— «ll Beamed to go into the ground where it could do the most good. Then on Sunday It rained again, .42 inches, and on Monday another rain of .39 inches, making a total of 3,88 inches of rainfall in the three days and not much sunshine for the day or BO following. It was great. Trying to keep a girl pleased is as futile as lathering a mirror and shaving the reflection-—Art zone Kitty-Rat. ^__^ To the Lonetome Men of America A roan should have seven friends anyway —six pallbearers and a life insurance agent, , "RQU.S RQYCE" BREWER Malvero ..The LANDIS HARDWARE (Continued from page 1) Miller of Oakland, secretary- rpasurer. A song, "God Be With You Till We Meet Again," closed | he meeting. tt was decided to meet at the same place next year, the.second Thursday in August. The children then enjoyed playing in the water and their elders watched them and enjoyed visiting together. The following is the poem sent iy Mrs. Plumb; Written for the Parker .and Plumb family reunion at Big Lake Park, Council Bluffs, Iowa, Thursday, Aug. 17, 1933, by Clara B. Plumb. "Hello, all you Parkers and Jlello all you Plumbs, This greeting to you from Colorado comes.: /' Mis father, two brothers, Le-f roy and Dale, and one sister,; Juneatta, preceded htm in death. I He is survived by his mother, one sister, Mrs, Charles Riley, o{ St. Joseph, Mo. and other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held at the late home in Malvern Thursday afternoon, conducted by Rev. R. B. Ougeler, pastor of the Methodist church. Burial was In the Hastings cemetery. ADDITIONAL EMERSON H. L. Stanhke of Mesa, Ariz, came Monday to visit in the Rev. J. F. Stllle home. His wife and little daughter have been here the past two months visiting her parents, <Rev. and Mrs. Sttlle, while be attended summer school at Phoenix, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Greenwood and Mr, and Mrs. R. B. Greenwood went to Minneapolis, Minn. Sunday to visit a few days. Billy Steen left the first of the week for Lavlnla to visit his father. The Davis reunion was held in Red Oak at the Chautauqua park Sunday. In spite of the weather 106 members were present from Iowa. A good time Is reported by Montana, South Dakota, and Nebraska, besides various points in those present. The Edle-Cary picnic and reunion that was to have been held In the Emerson park Sunday was given up on account of the rain. A number went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Edle and enjoyed their picnic dinner. Floyd McMullin of Mussell- shell, Mont, greeted relatives here Tuesday. Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Edle, celebrated his thirteenth birthday Saturday evening with a party. Games were played and a good time enjoyed. Ice cream and cake were served by Mrs. Edle. • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oglevle and Everett Whlsler are attending the Rural Letter Carriers convention held in Des Molnes, Aug. 22, 23, and 24. Jack and Ralph Plckrel, eons of Mrs. Leona Plckrel, are visiting their grandmother in Omaha. Mrs. Iva Patterson of Council Bluffs spent Sunday here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs R. salmons. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jackson left Monday for Pahuska, Okla. to spend their vacation. Mr. Jackson is employed at the booster station. Mrs. .John L. Evans and son, Russell, and Miss Elsie Davis returned home Monday from Oko- bojl where they had spent several weeks. The Ballaln reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Barbara Ballaln in Emerson instead of at Lake George as planned. A bountiful dinner was served and the afternoon spent in visiting. Rev. Floyd Smith of Arthur, Nebr. filled the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday evening. Floyd is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Smith, formerly of this place, and a graduate of the Emerson high school. Every safety, precaution now In effect in the U. 8. Navy, was written as the result of the death of an enlisted man or officer. Dr. Gldley Attends. A American D.V.M. AMU. Dr. Thos. W. Gldley returned Saturday from Chicago where he had spent the week attending the sessions of the American Veterinary association and between times attended the exposition. Dr. Gidley Is president of the Iowa State Veterinary association and naturally was greatly Interested in the American Association program. 'I Club Boy* Leave for State Fair I: I , Jftmle Summers, Ed Wearln, John Pitsier, and Dick Hyde lett yesterday with the Marlon Wise truck taking up their baby beef and pig club exhibits to the state .fair. Today \Robert Benton and Julius Buch who with Dick Hyda and Robert Leu form the stock Judging team, go up to be ready for the stock Judging contest. Jamie Bummers has his prize bar••rows in the exhibit. keep %s: away- We don't mind 'the distance itself, but alas, We can't travel that far without any 'gas — And about all we could furnish for our share of the eats Would be a snowball or two from the top of Pike's Peak; Colorado is 'blest with beautiful scenes But they don't fill you up like sweet corn and beans; We'd like our full share of your young chicken fries And some generpus slices of your fresh apple pies — But more than all else we would travel the miles Just toy a glimpse of your welcoming smiles, So If this NBA program brings good times again , We may come next year in an areoplanej For the Parkers and Plumbs we'jd take any. chances We're so proud of the fact we belong to both branches, With half the faith and the cow age our fprefathere had We wouldn't call thU depression half bad, We'll soon bate it Upked and call it ft flop And w}th smiles on our faces be Bitting OB top, 094 sends the sunshine and 394 sends the r&tn, But the Parkers and Plumbs help to harvest tt!« grate; go with faith is our hearts an<j tfe«L, work,, that's at band •We'll d£ oujf part 1 to bring peace Good Printing always pays! Bftw time & pi ready £w Wt hjvs everything needed to School Supplies aoo4bya &U you Parkers, anj Qo,Q,dbye nil you Plumbs, 'We'U, he eeeln 1 you* 8904 wfce» With m,uc& love an4 wlsfees for sueeewj bftnnj&eja, pjojjnjBrjty i» »U th,e Parkjurs and Plumbs it Big Ufee tftdjiy, §84 to All theJr kjtfe 95.4 kin , (row tbe Good printing will do your work better and more economically than is possible otherwise, Business announce* ments, circular letters, cards, window cards, dodgers, m hand bills, booklets «- all will be more effective and will get you better results if printed — and printed right — than handled any other way. The Malvern leader maintains a well equipped, care« fully managed commercial printing department which can handle nearly all of yow printing requirements, W* will be glad to furnish lay oute, to help you design the printing needed, and tg furnish exact cost estimates of any work planned. Economical printing is possible not by paying low wages and slashing costs indiscriminately, but by more careful planning and management and by more skillful use of the equipment and material. You will find that The kead' er can help you lower your p.r&tta« coats, quality and re, aujte conaiderea, Phone 190 any time and we will be glad to help you plan any printing needed, HERN C L E A D B R D printing .1 r *

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