The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on November 9, 1933 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, November 9, 1933
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tHfe MALVfeliN LfeAftEft, MALVfeftfr, tOWA, frdVfeMftfeft 9. 1933 TSe »t«»t« of tttss flelen Jo»es, yotrngest danghter of Mr. aird Mrs. dofdon Jones of Mal- ttflfc, *tt4 Ch*«es Wft«««r, ion of Mr. ai»d Mrs. CttatTes Wheeler, southeast of Glenwood, took plac« lit the Methodist parsonage fn Maltetn lit high noon Friday, Nov. «* fte*. ftoj fi. Cingeter, the pastot, ottidating. the happy couple were accompanied by Mr. and iff*, fierftls Jones. The bttde is one et the popular young tadles of Malvern's younger set and a charming young lady in every respect. The grooffl is one of the sterling young farmers of Mills county and a fifte young mail. We Join tbeif malir friends in attending congratulations and food wishes. ftoftof titt«*U from Council Bluffs Mrs. W. B. Larison and Miss Enlalie entertained at dinner Thursday honoring Mrs. Anna true of Council Bluffs and Miss Marie Neftzger of Spirit Lake who will leave soon to spend the winter in Miami, Fla, other guests were Mrs. J. W. Mitchell and MM. Roy* De Vol of Council Bluffs, Mrs, Roe Hixson of Til' den, Nebr., and Mrs. Charles It. Bummers, Mrs. BUsele Entertains Presbyterian Society Mrs. j, If, Bteele entertained the Presbyterian Social Union Thursday afternoon at her home. She was assisted by Mrs. C. 8. Royce, Mrs, J, O. Laird, Mrs. M. 8. Campbell, and Mrs. H. A. Deardorff, A short musical program was given by Miss Helen Jones who played two piano solos, Miss Dorothy Slothower who played two violin solos accompanied by Miss Julia Jean Steele, and an orchestra directed by Mrs. Zelma Fletcher. Playing in the orchestra were Misses Betty Hatfleld, Elizabeth Trlvely, Claire and Julia Jean Bteele, John Slothower, and Malcolm Campbell. Mrs, J. F, Wearin presided over the business meeting. Refreshments were served and about thirty were present, Mrs. Hazel McCain Hostess to H.8.O. The H.B.C. met with Mrs. Ha«el McCain on Wednesday, Nov. Phom the Leader is antious to get news of ALL the social affairs of Mai vern and surrounding countryside, if yon give a dinner lot friends, or a party, or any social function please phone 100 and tell us of It We will appreciate it very much. Please phone as soon after the event as possible. Thank you! fttsfii fnt County Seat M«u Mat* Mrs. Marion Hodge died at the Oakdsle sanitarium Sunday morning, the Raynor ambulance went ttp and brought tfte remains to Olenwood and the funeral wits held Tuesday afternoon. She was a resident of Oak township but formerly lived hear Hastings. She is snrtlved by her husband ana children besides Other relatives and friends. ipTi^t 4Ind 8t,," the merob«r» punted over a mace of their'names prepared . by Cora Richardson. A clever tree contest completed the entertainment. At the close of the afternoon the hostess served a delightful lunch and the club adjourned to meet with Mrs. Qolda Bass Npv. 15. This meeting is to be a 1 o'clock luncheon, Please let the ' hostess know if you will not be able to attend, nestine Wells, Harry Stone* ]E«iit£i > tj}i0*A£ DJnnet* Mr, and. Mflj, Harry Stone entertained at dinner at their home in Council B1»ff8 Tuesday evening when covers were laid t°t Mr, and Mrs, B, Wf Knight and Mr, and Mrs. R* W. Mansfield of Mai* vern, Ward Roberts, Mrs, T, H. Stofte, a,nd Mr, and Mrs, Stone, Weak* Grpve A group Q( high school peopte ,«Bjoye4 a weJser roast and PlSBte Ijft Weakj grove south o! town. flaMaal Friday evening, There were twe»ty«flve in the group and they were chaperoned by Miss ^JntfTefl Nenjg, in the high Entertain Onests at Dinner Sunday Joe Kllpatrick and family, Arleigh Bhepard and family, Jim and Jack Bufflngton, and Miss Adrienne Griffith of Omaha and Miss Betty Bufflngton of Olen* wood were dinner guests of j Dwlght Buffington and his moth* er, Mrs. Laura Shepard, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Benton , Hosts to Bridge Club Members of a local bridge club drove up near Henderson Saturday evening where they were entertained In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Benton. Those going were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Beaton and son, Mr, and Mrs. Austin Bass and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Dunn and Mary Jean Ewlng, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ralne, Misses Bernice Caudell, Valda Hurst, Ruth Axtell, and Frances Benton, and Ralph Bower, Bant Wilkinson, 'Jim Benton, and Mrs. Villa Benton. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Merril Grouse and Miss Er- Uotty Smith Gives Hallowe'en Party Betty Smith gave a Hallowe'en party at her home Wednesday evening, Nov. 1. The evening was spent in playing games after which refreshments' were served. The guests were Ooldie Cozad, Madelyn Swain, Clarabelle Biggerstaff, Peggy McCormick, Carolyn Boehner, Shirley Bacon, Buelah Biggerstaff, Dorothy Fazel, Carolyn Hall, Betty Hatfleld, and Battv TjjnSBa^kna.'Ss.ia&MfK iAS Mi** Hammer* Attend* State Supt/« Meetirtg Miss Amy Hammers, coUflty superintendent of schools, was In Des Molnes last Thursday and Friday attending a state meeting of county superintendents and reports a pleasant and profitable meeting. bam entertained with a dinner (last Sunday'evening. The guests twere Mr, and Mrs. F. B. Mulholland, F, A, and Paul Mulholland, Mr, and Mrs, Wm. Warner, and Mrs. A, P, Kilmartin. Thrills, Fun on Empress Program "Ladies Mu»V Love," Muai. cal Farce, Booked for Sunday, Monday Thrills, fun and good music are on the entertainment menu which the Empress' Theater will offer patrons this week end. With "La» dies Must Love," hilarious musical farce, booked for Sunday and Monday and Clyde Beatty in "The Big Cage," for Friday and Sat* urday the whole gamut of those effects will be furnished, The Beatty thriller shpw? the world's foremost wild animal trainer in action in some precarious situations. Advertised as not being suitable for those, with weak hearts, the 01m gives some intimate pictures of the trainer in, difficulty with Bom? of bis big cats. OF TUB PQJSPmQJ* OF TUB TRUST & SAVINGS BANK a Court €«»«> Slew in Filing Court eonreaes Nov. 21 with Judge Ernert Miller presiding. The grand jury is called for that date but the petit Jury 18 not called until Dec. 4. < Thus far but 8? new cases have been filed; but as the time for filing closes Nor, 18 there Is still plenty of time to file a large number. Marriage Licente* luued Nov. 2! W. Dean Bego, 21, Tabor, and Ruth Morrical, 20, Nov. 3: Charlie Wheeler, 21, Glenwood, and Helen Jones, 17, Malvern. F. P. Dwigglna, 47, Wahoo, Nebr., and Betty Allen, 30, San Francisco, Calif. They were mar* rled tbe same day by Rev. Martin H. Keast. Nov. 4: Clyde Cross, 21, Council Bluff*, and France* Lavelette, 16, Council Bluffs. They were married the same day by Rev. B. B. Goodrich. Lyle Leon White, 21, Omaha, Nebr., • and Dorothy Mae Push, 18, Omaha, They were married the same day by Rev. E, E. Goodrich. Oraydon Hubert Hiatt, 21, Sidney, and Lucille A. Pickett, 18, Sidney, - They were married the same day by Justice of the Peace while here \purchaeed a new master Chevrolet coach of Murphy Brothers. Mr, Gleason is working with a construction coptpany up near Manning but his home is in Mills county, Mrs. A, V, Clites of Hastings was in Olenwood Tuesday, ASBURY 75 Men Husk Corn For Ora Douglas; Ladies Feed Them Gather at DougUs Home Ewly, Clww OB 24QQ Bushels by 1;3Q Tuesday morning, Oct. 31, dawned bright ana clear, yet one cpuW easily bear a rumble about c a. m. It was the friends and neigfebo/B of Ora Douglas with their teams and wagons going to nu&k bis corn which owing to bis illness of the past ten weeks was all in tbe field, Twe»ty4wo teams and wagons were on tbe job by 6:30 and kept cowing until tbe number totalled thirty. Seventy* flve men and twenty women wade up tbe prswd. At U:8Q two. large tables were spread wntcfe seated tweuty»Jour at a Jim? ajjd, a pot lupfc dinner was. served. Tbe ;»w tuples were ; Will QIJYW, plow, McBowfiU Frwi Kflfibersperger, Wesley 0. Was, Qseil BaUata, wsmy ka»«* Walesa, Opi B»y»4 Hairy ap. MarJJa Noble, of October, Head* »M 8ec«rlr 14,500.00 86,000.00 " "«iKfiSrffi!*.i£««s p ** BITH! iy|j^^ «M«i',wM>* fj*f!?» •JJOTBSS5KS** *** • • 9Hfc jUMPMfi^ *%?^WS'^'^J^? rs* HweW am nn • r»hBO , eTl, fc»f*6«t Bolt!** IhrtTap, Mfttt* fiwerft*, ****** rmntap, tot* ****** Rtetsrd Smftft, E»tt*f t Ckftft*. Piul tes- til Haffte fiftftiifefc <§ieft Cotter, Catfce'rftte A. 1***, Fraircte Fftffcef , iM Hf8*et Helen Myers in* Jean KoettefSi*rger and Mrs. of cofft *efe ili ttt tt« wagons by We Yoti We wish to ifclftlc oar friends and neighbors *fio came and hosted the totn; kite those who helped furnish tho dinner. Mf. and Mr*. Ota Douglas. Mrs. Oertrtrde Laftg and dangh- ter, Alice, spent latttrday evening shopping in Malvem. Ray ghaw left last week for Rochester^ Mintt. to consult a specialist at the Mayo Brothers clinic, Ha? B&S been to poor health tot setefal months. We sincerely hope tie will gain relief and strength faster than he has so fur, *. Doris Marie ttougiag spent Monday and Tuesday in Emerson with her grandmother, Mrs. Barbara Ballain. Mrs. I»an salmons was a Red Oak visitor Monday afternoon. PAGE FIVE Iva* 8af»o«« Jr. hoiae Sunday evening from tet- «*! tfats tfstt with frteMs fn Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith were MalTern visitors Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Douglas and Mr. and Mrs. Hartie Douglas were catlers at the Ota DoBgla* home Sunday afternoon. Opal Bate* was in Vttlisca on business Monday morning. Wesley C. Sims of Red Oak was ft caller in this vicinity Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Mattel and children of Sitter City spent Sunday evening in the Ora bong- lag home. Malvern Market* for Wednesday, Corn _.-__--new 29c, old Wheat .^.._... .^.,...^,.^.780 Oats .^..^^. ____.>,.,.^a7e Cream ±.*±*.-±...._i>)t to 19c Eggs ......_.10c. 14e, and l«c Hens, 4& Ibs. and over ^_._*7e Hens under 4% Ibs. -*-.-*— 6c Light and Leghorn hens _._._6c Springs, 4H Ibs. and over ._^.?c Light springs and Leghorns _-Bc Cattle, Oinaha __.»*_ _____ _|6.?6 Hogs, Omaha ****. _____ ..^$4.25 tMilti County Poultry Skew December 5-9 Poultry Sh«r* Atsoeiation Plan* fd? Coming An- traal Meeting The MlHs Cmraty Poultry Awo- elatlon met fn Olenwood last wee* and began plans for their big annual meeting which will be held in the Armory In Olenwood Dec. 6 to 9. Froth Thursday'* Opinion* Tribune we take the following concerning the coming meeting: At this meeting it was necessary that an economy program wag worked out as each county has been given $25 less Mate aid f of their poultry shows. As a re- Leader Want Ads pay and pay. suit entrance fees and premiums will be reduced 20 per cent each. Instead of hiring ah A.P.A. Judge, as has been the custom, & man from the extension department of Iowa State college will Judge the show. This will mean qnftp a saving. All entries in all varieties Witt be accepted and premiums paid on them will be according to the roles and regulations of the association. Heretofore the secretary, Carroll R. Bloom, has offered bin services free in helping to pick oat birds most suitable to be shown. It was toted by the association that from now on no one Is to do this, except the owner who is entering birds in the show. The association is doing all it can to make this show Interesting and worthwhile and Is asking for cooperation and interest. 10 CENTS WILL BUY Nice Toilet Articles AT CLEMS West Side Druggist, Malvern ALLSET FOR THE FINAL SMASH! in Our Birthday Party SALE! W E'VE arranged our store for the final three days — many new fine concessions have been made — to make the last three days the largest of the entire sale. Don't fail to take advantage Thursday - Friday - Saturdav Ladies' Silk - Wool 88 6 8 eg. 5.95 values 238 Every dress new! Every dress priced below wholesale cost. 36 in. English PRINTS Guaranteed fast Colors 36 in. Best HOPE MUSLIN 12c A New Fall Hat or pair of Kid Gloves ..F-R-E-E. 'Thursday. Friday, Saturday with every Lady's C O AT Priced to.afford , you notable Birthday Savings! 1 O"7 3jJ Replacement Value, $19*50 No. 2 Group at . . I960 No. 3 Group at . . 29 s0 A pair of Full-Fashioned 89c Chiffon or Service Hose FREE with each pair of SHOES Values to 8,95 2,95 'to * Values to 4,95 3,95 WE ALSO HAVE SPECIAL Group 1 , , , Values 1 Qo to 3,50 at . . ,Xi7O Group 8 ... Broken sizes, values to 8.95 Saturday GIFT DAY Light or Dark Flannel 12c Heavy J5c . . . 18c Quality at our BIRTHDAY PARTY SALE which ends Saturday GIFTS to be given away absolutely FREE I • • Saturday between the A \r hours 8 a - m - and 10;3 ° PI m. Come and .get one free, Maybe you will be among the Lucky ones I Men's 12 lb. Bibbed Unionsuits 79c Siges 36 * 46 Men's BOOTS, hi-cut all leather, reg.. 4.95 , . , 3-95 Men's BOOTS, hi-cut, congo aole, full leather mid sole 3,68 Beys* Boetf* hi'cut, all leather a,85 Mea'a Star brand WORK SHOES thai wear and wear • , . IM Meu'8 Leather Drew OLQVE5, aaaoo .. Wool lined .. Reg, 1.35 value , ... .88 IftA'i heavy flannel SHIRTS ,79 i'a Corduroy Huntlog CAPS .48 L'§ pwt wooi SlMTt COATS 148 Heavy Double Part Wool Blankets 3V<i lb., $3,75 val, Satin Bound 2,39 Extra Heavy Double Blankets Part Wool 2 BA Below today's cast t$t£)tf FINE COTTON Batts 23c Quilt Size HMBKWBIIIWimilimMBMIIHnmBW!^^ Cotton' HOSE , . . ,JO 36 In, Comlort CHAU.I , , ,13 Ladies' UNIONSUITS, Rayon Stripe, knee length, sleeveless ,,.,,, ,38 Hanson KID GLOVES, 1,98 * 8,50 values , , . JJg Children's UNIONSUITS , • 49 27c Steven's TOWELING , , , "" 70 g 8Q Double Blankets today's coat 1.29 Unbleached MUSLIN . , , .07 gOcPajama FLANNEL ... ,18 Children'* Ribbed STOCKINGS ,15 Flai\u«l GOWNS 48 E tJti yP* jp"^P?Wf

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