The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on September 14, 1933 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1933
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PAGE F(Vt Mist Matte Rlggfns, daughter of Mr. ftf*« Mrs. 6. ft fitjlgttrt oi Silvt* City* *e«se«y of Matter*, and Robert ttoolMfiS, soft ot Mrs. Fran* Rootfirss ST.* were ntatfled Tnesday inof&lng it the hette ol Dr. tteafy t*. Wfitt* » Oaten*. Dr. White performing the cere- n They wertf Mrs. I. M. Steele and Clifford RobbtM, sister «ad brother ot the bridegroom. Immediately following the wedding the cottple lett tot the Black Hilt* and* fttnef points west where they expect to spead about ten days. Mrs. Robbias who has beea chief epefatof at the local telephone office tof several years has resigned her position and the couple will make their home on a farm. Viffttot's fftyttt Pittsburgh Honored Honoring Mr. aad Mrs. W. P. Wortmaa Jr. ot Pittsburgh, Pa. who were guests ot his parepts a tew days this week, Mr. and Mrs. H, T, Seattle entertained at a breakfast Monday morning at 8 o'clock; Other guests were Mr and Mrs, W, P. Wortmaa, datigh- ters, Helen and Jessie, aad son, Allen, da Sunday, the evening preceding, the wedding dinner was giveh at the home ot his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Wortmaa, in Malvern, with just the Wortman family present, alt the family being home for the occasion; the parents, the newlyweds, and Helen, Jessie, and Allen. Also honoring this couple Dr. and Mrs, I, U. parsons entertained at dinner Monday evening. Other guests at this time were Miss Dixie Baer aad George Parsons ot Omaha aad the W, P. Wortman family. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newell ot Hastings entertained at a family dinner. A guest other than the Wortmaa family oa this occasion was Mrs. E. C. Kayton ot Malvern. Mrs. L. D". Attsttn entertained lea guests at a Missionary Tea Frtdat afternoon, Sept. 8. fhe afternoon was sp»at ia ft social way — a fellowship ol n-eigftbofs tad friends, fhete will be turned fate the treasury of ttre Woman's Fofetga Mitttoftaty So* dety 11.66 Whteh wTU go to the support of a scholarship la iadia which the Society has st»plK»rted tot 38 years. those pfeseat were; Mrs. Mary Naylof, Mrs. Forest Kifby. Mrs, Robert kifby, Mfs. L. C. Millet, Mrs. G. N. loses, Mrs. B. E, Bayes, Mrs. 3. W. Pointer, Mrs H. O. Weak, Doris and Donald Others who could not be present gate their contribution. Entertain tted Dak P. JC. O. Chapter Mrs. t, V, Parsons aad Mrs. J. F. Weafin eatertaiaed the Red Oak P. Hi 0. Chapter to which they belong Tuesday afternoon ot last week. Aa excellent program was givea ahd later in the after* noon delicious light refreshment Were served .from a beautifully appointed table. There Were twenty-seven guests. Those who attended from other chapters were Mrs, J. R. Scott, Mrs. T. W. Oidiey, Mrs. Gieaa Summers, Misses Oretchen Old- ley, Katherlne Walker, aad Winifred Nervig. Glenwood Couple Married Here Tuesday Miss Sylvia Peppers and William Fritzpatrick, both of Olen- wood, were united in marriage Tuesday afternoon, Sept, 12, by the Rev. L. R, Bobbin at his home. The couple were accompanied by Mr. aad Mrs. Forrest Cham* bers. Mrs. Chambers is a sister of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Fritzpatrick will reside oa a farm near Olenwood. Mr. anfl Mrs. ^,.*= AA'AA mt&^$ A,H^L s lew ways visit wnn jwrtats, Mf. an-4 Mrs. W. Weftmfta, *** et»*r IrWftd*. they were mmfrfet Bttafisf, Seft. t, it high ne*» ta t&e Mtt* odfst tftfefte {ft OUcJkffrV ttftv. 0. A. Cfat* efttfttatrnt. **«* ffft ** once lot tfcetf hotjeyinwn trip to Phone 100 The Leader Is anxious •get news ot ALL for'trtends, or » party,, or a»y social tune- tlon please phone, 100 And tell us of it. Wo • will appreciate It very much. Please phone . aa soon after the / latent «w possible, Thank you! Verne Dunns Hosts at Bridge Party Mr, and Mrs. Verne Dunn entertained at five tables of bridge Saturday night. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Max Benton, Mr and Mrs. Alton Alberts, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Beaton, Mr. and Mrs June Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ulne, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bass Mr, and Mrs. Evan Swain, and tbe Misses Bernlce Caudell, Valda iurst, Frances Benton, and Ralph Bower. ^At. jnidn|gb|; «* ,de»|ert **« Marte Ban o! Cottt>efl wet* iftfiaiy tffnttet g Bests tit Sfr. *ftt Mr*: A. It. Noah attd Lottfse Mrs. W. P. Wortm*tt it, Malvern «md other towa points aad returaing this week, go to Pittsburgh, Peaa. to make their future home. * The groom, the elder son or Mr. and Mrs. W, P. Wortmaa was born aad reared la Malvera and graduated from our schools, afterward atteadlag college at Nebraska Wesleyan University and an art school In Chicago. He has been employed with the Natioaal. Bond and Investmeat company o( Chicago for the past six years and has had steady advancement with them. A year ag< be was appointed manager' o their Pittsburgh branch and is now located there. Tbe bride Is tbe only daughte of Mrs. Beatrice MacKenzee o Chicago, where she has spent tb major part ot her life. She is tal ented, sweet, a»4 wtasome, an made many friends, here durin her .brief.; visi^'jwho .-agree^lpH '"'' \iGPj«yV' ••*-'-"---*-•• Ittei itafif* ^1»te h*s retnra- to fcet fctftiie In Omaha after tt** tt«t whh her rts- Jl«i. fSifcf*ftce Botes, and fafeilf. Mf. *ft4 Mrsx I. W. Egloff and Mf. aftfl Mft. Soy Cannon ot Sid- My vWtdl With theit daughter and staler , Mf«. Charles Rnce and famfiy sn«w*y. Mr. and Mrs. fcdd Gilbert and daughters aftd Mr. and Mrs getfge Maw*td were dinner guests Sunday ol Mr. and Mrs A, tt. 6«lf«t. Ut. aad Mr«.' Ray Hilton o Hear ttaftilelph called in the Walter Hilton home Monday. Mf. *nd Mwr. Rby McClure and tataily tisited la the home of hi pare&ts, Mf. *nd Mrs. T, B. Me Clure, Sunday. Mt. aftd Mrs. J. R. Grave drove to Shenandoah Saturda: aad spent the day. Mr. and Mrs, LaVerne Este , ad daughters Were Sunday diner guests dt Mrs. Estes' mother, !rs. S. t,. Woods, in Gtenwood. Mrs. Hoy Bchade entertained Saturday at a birthday party for ler daughter, Helen. The guests were her playmates from Reasoner school, Wayne Hilton and Edward Ventls »t Tabor were in attendance at a picnic at Hartan Saturday. Walter Phelps has been under a doctor's care the past week and Monday suffered a relapse. Mr, and Mrs. Will Anthony of Van Nuys, Calif, left Monday for their home after several weeks visit with his brother, Lester, and other relatives. ' • Mrs. Nell Barbee of Gresham, Nebr. visited her niece, Mrs. Myron Jones, and family the past week, Market Sqmre at World*iMPUr ..^Jm^ftsipb; „ , ,.„„ ..„„ and,Daniel Beaton were awarded low, • '" Picnicked Sunday at WaubouBie Park Mr. and Mrs. Albert "-Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred .Dickersbach^ Clyde and Otha, Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Hall, Erville Nelson, Alfred Baucom, and Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Nelson and 'Dona Rae of Council Bluffs drove down to Waubonsle State park at Hamburg Sunday and enjoyed a picnic dinner, Real Estate Transfer* Record of instruments filed li the offices of the Recorder and Clerk of District Court of Mill county, Iowa, from Aug. 4, 1933 at 8 a, m., to Aug. 11, 1933, a 8 a, ro. * Wm. E. Wilson to Helen McGre (Q. C, D.) $1 and love and at . tection, SEW 1 33-73-40. Wm. B. WHson'to Helen McGre ••> <Q.>0, D,)X|lf.an4 love and a "'"' " ~"~ llWgl^i^M^ EAST UBERTY iast Uberty . t . M , Methodist Church. The Scripture for the rest of his month is the book of Reve- ation. Next Sunday will be the last n this Conference year. All money for the church should be n the hands of the treasurer by next Sunday. Your support is ap- irectated. We wish success to the new officers Of the Ladles' Aid Society. Their work is a real help to the church and everyone should cooperate with them. Let us have a good attendance aext Sunday. Sermon subject, The Marks of the. Perfect Life, in the series on the Sermon on the Mount. Church school at 11 Lesson subject, "Th.e Value ot a House of Worship." If you do not have a church home you are cordially Invited to make this church yours. A wel come is extended to all. W F an «mp)ay«v* in each competitive group agree to pay their worker* the «n»e wages** • • i<-aiul require the tame hour* wishes of »any : frlendif aqcom- pany them. • * ,'','"' Facto Worth Knowing The longest pigeon flight on record is 2016 miles, This bird was bred and flown' by Ensign E. 8, Ueterson, USN, • . In early days when knlgbts met they would raise tbe visor ot their helmets to- sbow .theirJden tity and that was tbe origin of our modern salute. After tbe Armistice, tb> Amert can mine vessels swept up tbe 90,000 mines they bad, la'. one, of, tbe great feats of tbe post war Navy, * since tbe uss Saratoga, craft carrieri has been |n Bloa over J7,QQO j" OR her decks, •I»f«)sjo0able hour#—tbpn higher wagei md action U b*ttw for the employer than iu« employment and low wage*, because it makgf wore buyer* for hi» product, That U the simple Idea that U the wry heart of the industrial FRANKUN P.RQOSKVBI.T Tbe MS, Navy,bas bad but tou leet act Jong, and in each on bas captured or destroyed enemy iblp. • •>,.'•• . Ladies' Aid Elect Officers The Ladles' Aid Society met a the church last- Wednesday after- .<nSR Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Beaton en- Joyed a couple of days visit last week from their friends, Mr, and Mrs. Ham Reed, of Holerldge, Nebr. W. H. Maddocks and family were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bkerrltt, east ot Silver City Sunday. Mrs. Abel Cary came in from Nebraska last week for an extended visit with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Otto Cary, and children. Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Bwanburg enjoyed a visit Sunday from their daughters, Mrs. Bailey and family of Omaha and Mrs. Bailey and family from north of Silver City Miss Ruth Lookabill was on the sick list the first ot last week Harry Lons from near Carroll Nebr. drove in last week for a few days visit at tbe home ot Mrs. Laura Kerney and with relatives in Malvern also. Mr. and Mrs. Frank DuVal am son, Alan, drove to Glenwoot after services Sunday mornini where they were Joined by Mr and Mrs. Frank Choate of tha place. They then Journeyed to th Waubonsle state park to en Jo the scenery and of course a pic nic dinner added to the enjo> ment ot the trip, Dr, and Mrs. Warden Rimel and children of Bedford spent r, N. Bndicott to Leonard B. En- dlcott (Q. C. t>.) |l and V. 0. Lot 6 of Brad]ey and powmans Add., Glenwood, and' Lot 6 of Sub, One of Lot 11, Glenwood. Glenwood'Cemetery Trustees to Frank Raynor; (Gem, D.) *60. Tbe Eaat^palf of Lot 1020,' Glenwood' "Cemetery." * Glenwood Cemetery Trustees to Mrs. Eva Dickerson (Cem. D,) $60, 'West Half of Lot 1020, Glenwppd 'Cemetery. Barbara A- Ballain to B, H. Lougee (W, D,) II and V, C. 160 acres, in 87»7l*40, Sheriff Mills Co, to Ella Pierson (Bbf. Deed) $3130,58. Und, 1-3 tot, In land in Sec, 16 and 1773.40, Subject to life Eat. Cer- tlflcaated Assigned to Farmer Natl, Bank, Henderson. It is said that not nearly, go feany workers are taking vaca- Upna tbls year as formerly, bu may be because BO many of , T 4em bave been on a steady va |eatio.n for the past year or so •WSCT^WWW^T^aEL- 1 '^. **' _Jtort present,-The annual election of officers was held and he officers elected 'as follows: President, Mrs, C. M. Nelson, Vice president, Mrs, Clyde Barger. Secretary, Miss Josie B. Kerney. Treasurer, Mrs. Frank DuVal. Delicious refreshments consisting of two kinds of sandwiches, watermelon, and cocoa were served by Mrs. W, H. Maddocks and Mrs. R. G. Ruse. Mrs. Fred Clark and three children from near Hastings were guests Saturday night and Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. I. Shapcott, and family. Dr. Warden RJmei of Bedford spent Thursday with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. G. W, Rlroel. He took them to Council Bluffs that evening for his father to be e*> amined by Dr, Bellinger. Dr, and Mrs, Henry D, White of Omaha, Miss Marian Black and the Misses Fanny and Sadie Clark of Malvern spent Saturday ever nlng at the W. H, Nagle home, .**H«rwP»y f TB^^*y»y?^» l> /*-gyrH!>gpwy. *jrs5 Mr! and Mrs, O. W, Rimel. Mr. and Mrs. Rea Shephard of Hastings visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs, E. 0. Seaton one day last week, Basil Clay and brother, Elton, Roy Scott, and Nathan Sell left Tuesday of last week for a several weeks vacation, California being their destination. They went by way of Yellowstone park and expect to return the south' ern route, Dr. and Mrs. 8. E, Harper of Ottumwa were guests a couple of days last week of Mr, and Mrs, W. H, Nagle and family. They left Friday accompanied by Mrs. S. j, Clark of Omaha for a visit in the District of Columbia, They expected to go a southern route and return by Niagara Falls and other places of interest, • Miss Bertha Clay i» the teaehei at Silver, Miss Fern Clay at Pral rle Valley, Miss Hazel Owens a Mt. Vernon near Silver City, Miss Edna Lutz at Osborne Valley, Ralph, Wederqulst at Pleasant Valley, and Miss Dora Reasoner at Centerltae, .„.„. Aistrope and three hlldren of Shenandoah came up aturday and were guests until unday morning at the home of er sister, Mrs. Fred Cook, and amily. Mrs. Glen Fitch and little aughter, Violet Joan, of Pacific unction spent Thursday in the ot her sister, Mrs. W. H. Haddocks. Several of our young people are attending high school this year: Alan Du Val, Lee Cary, Donald Jackson, lla Clay, Florence' Wll- helm, Deta Cary, Bernice Schoen- ng, Evelyn Latchaw, and Edna Cook attend at Malvern, Mary Henderson and Fern Maddocks at Sliver City, and Kathryn Anderson at Hastings. Madeline Bhapcott returned home last week from a several weeks visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I. T, Shapcott, north of Emerson. She recently enjoyed a trip with them and other relatives to Colorado in tho vicinity of Denver and Colorado Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Clay of Omaha spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Wiley Clay. Frank HIgglns of Malvern was a business caller in tbls vicinity one day last week. ^^^chlld. dreads the fire but very often the fellow who gets hl» freedom at Reno comes right back home and )repares to "shuffle off to But» ralo." How About those broken window panes? We Sell 6LASS For a limited time we will set them if you bring in the sash, S. Clem '". IN MIND OCTOBER

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