The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on December 7, 1933 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1933
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LOCAL NEWS OF tTO WEEK IN MALVBJN «ttftt Ray Jones hsd the misfortune to break his right arm last Thursday. He was cranking his Ford when It kicked back with such force as to break both bones above the wrist. It was a pretty bad break and will keep him f roin regular work for some time. Miss Grace BIngaman who teaches in the Sioux City schools visited over the Thanksgiving holiday and week end with ber mother and brother in this city. Miss Ruth Blngaman and Arthur drove down from Omaha and spent Thanksgiving day with them. Fred Hall and Clifford Mackey drove up to Yankton, So. Dak. a Week ago to look over a business proposition. They started early and made the trip there and back to Sioux City in one day. W. W. Qlynn from down Tabor way was in town Saturday afternoon greeting old friends and at-j tending the sale. Mr. Glynn says the rain we had was a fine thing tor the soil and It came just right for It to get ail the benefits. A. F. Smith of Emerson was In town Saturday and attended the sale. It was Mr. Smith's first visit here in a good long time, as he says he has been kept pretty bus? the past season. He thinks that there will be a good many to take advantage of the corn loans, If the corn and bog reducing contracts prove to be all right. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Beck with spent Monday In Omaha. Give something that is . Hand .Made for Christmas and have it appreciated, t Ethel's Art Shop and see her display ot handmade gifts. Dainty Handkerchiefs' Dresser Scarfs Vanity Sets Pillow Cases Fancy Pillows Buffet Sets Card Table Covers Lunch Cloths pajama Bag Pillows Aprons Hot Pad Holders and other Novelties Also Christmas Cards (Box or single) E MPRESO THEATER 0 MALVERN. IOWA FRIDAY Oue »#y Only Young America's perplexing problems. Educational SUUWl* b&mm «THI 7TH COMMANDMENT" A4tle4 aborts, 85* Adiu, Positive)}* no eb414rwt under Hi years old SATURDAY Jolm \V»J we ft»4 Duke in "THE IAN FROM MONTEREY" SUNDAY . MONDAY BAXTER itert*, Iflo »«d Fred SefcoHian, daughter, Vera, and eon, Lewie, of Ctarinda visited here Sunday with Ms daughter, Mrs. J. M. Eiehelberger, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferguson and children of Ames came Thursday afternoon for a visit With ber sfcrter, Mrs. Frank Summers, and family. They returned home Sunday. Betty Baer is one who, instead of enjoying a Thanksgiving din-* ner spent the day at borne, ill with mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff A 1st rope and two children of Omaha were guests ot relatives here over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Salvers and son, Robert, drove to Indlan- ola Thanksgiving morning for a short visit with relatives. They were accompanied by Mrs, Mae Morris who has spent some time with her daughter, Mrs. Balyers, and who remained for a few weeks visit with her daughter there. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Fryer and children of Des Molnes were visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Laird and Mrs. Mary Roth a short time Thanksgiving afternoon. Mrs. Nellie Donner of Council Bluffs spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Marshall and family. Rev. and Mrs. R. B. Ougeler, daughter, Doris, and sons, Donald and Paul, drove to Olldden Thursday morning for a Thanksgiving visit with Mrs. Ougeler'e sitter, Mrs. E. M. Buehler, and family. They returned Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Thorpe who have been visiting, their niece, Mrs. Bert Kline, the past two weeks left Tuesday morning for their home In Denver. Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Henry drove to Kansas City Friday and visited over night with his brother, Dr. 8. D. Henry, returning th*e following day. Mrs. W. M. Hlett left Sunday evening for San Francisco where she will visit her daughter, Louise. She expects to remain there until pfter the Christmas holidays. Myron Hamaker left Saturday evening for western Nebraska where he will remain for several weeks. Mrs, Dean Bradway came over from north of Red Oak Wednesday, evening for a short visit with < S**t«* . •k^MA«A« t,*%«l«.i...j» — _»4m»_i t 5 •A's. «•• tMEMALVfeWf — Totn Beutou returned to school work hi LftiiSf*, fteff. Sunday afternoon after the Thanksgiving vacatfo* M !«rt WeUKSday alter*** th* MftWty of £*r « . W. A. 8e*ef . B*ie flftef f*eetfttt Ml* teere i*d JtrH. CBBS, WOtft* Id*. Mr*. ir *Mr received ft gift, tfctt BIT xronrcs avf^t *. Mr. and Mrs. Claud* Hfott Aftf eon, Jimmie, of Henderson cam* Thursday to tistt the f«*atirf» of the week in the Arra O*vM home. This company was incfe*** ed Saturday by the arrival of SK and Mrs. A. H. Ma ner And *o% f Paul, aftd dsnghter, Betty Jean, of Mlnden to spend the week end. An returned to their homes Stte>> day evening. Leonard A. Ha names, an Attorney in Omaha, was visiting friends in Malvern Monday. . Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Knnce spent Thanksgiving with relatives in Viliisca. Miss Eves Whitfield returned to Minneapolis Sunday after a several days visit here with her father, Mayor i). B. Whltfleld. C. L. Kunce left Tuesday morning with a company of other International dealers fof Fort Wayne, tnd. to visit the factory and drive home some new tracks. Earl Bayes and family came up from Clarinda Sunday morning to visit in the B. B. Bayes home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mackey were week-end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Engle at McClelland. All spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Worcester in Omaha. i Mrs. Frank 8. Hlggtns spent the week end in Council Bluffs in the J. D. McMillan borne where Miss Gladys Loottey was also a guest. Miss Delia Lucas spent Thanks giving in Omaha with friends. Mr. and Mrs, W. P, Wortman and Allen of Malvern, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newell and Frederic ot Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Grant ot Randolph, and Mr. and Mrs. Adlson Domino of Nemaha were guests for dinner on Thanksgiving day in the W. W. Molsberry home in Randolph'. . tfce marff*«* of lUtt HM«a B. i*«e*. dcftfcfttif of Mf. «.-<* Sri. 0. A. pace, and «ofl of Mf. and . * tie wading foot .._- ____ _ o-cfoek At Itie horn* of MK a»d Mrt. A. W. Pace. Mr, Face is * bTotbe* of the bride. fi« Met. R. n. §ng*ie* performed.!** c*r- emofiy in tfee pr«ene« of mo thaa twenty of the IMmetSlate of" the bride aftd b«d&- Attending the eo«pl« were Mitt Enid 1. Wtlcoi and Richard W. ROM. Two tittle ftleces ot the bride, Doris Weak and Julia Ana Pace, were flower girl and Hag toafef. ittila Ann p*e« carrted tho ring ifi a basket «f f allsffifth roe«s aftd a«tef*» The bride'* ton* qnet was of Talisman «ras and the bridesmaid carried a similar Golden Hill School New* There was a fine crowd at our Thanksgiving program last Tuesday night. We made- about $10 from the sale of boxes, pies, sand wlches, and coffee. For general lessons • the first and second graders learned another poem and made illustrations of the poem for their poem booklet. They enjoy learning 'poetry and are becoming quite good j at Illustrating the stanzas. The second graders have started putting their spelling lessons in their spelling booklets that they have-finished making. They find spelling much more interesting and they are doing their to fill ' Immediately following the wed* ding a dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents prepared by the mothers of both. Mrs. Ilia Bradway ot Red Oak, sister of the bridegroom, was an out of town guest. ,* On Thursday those who attended the wedding enjoyed a big goose dinner at the home of the bridegroom's parents when Mr. and Mrs. Albert Craig and Carolyn and tt 0. Craig were also 1* T, K> Club Will Meet Wednesday -The L. Ts-N. country club will meet with Mrs. Roy Donner Wednesday afternoon, Deo.. 13. Entertain* 4of Mm. Margaret Wilson As a farewell courtesy for Mrs. Margaret Wilson Mrs. B. C. Col* Una entertained a group of her friends at her home Saturday afternoon, Bridge and visiting provided entertainment. Quests were Mns. s L.. W: Boebner, MM. Frank Robblns, Br., Mrs, C. 8. Royce, MrB. H, A, Deardorff, Mrs. 0. 8. Eacrettr Mrs. T. W, Oldley, and Mrs.' B. W. Knight, Mrs. Wilson, accompanied, by her nephew, Robert Wilson, who will go a part of the way with her, left Sunday morning for VJr- ginia. 111. to spend the -winter, with "her mother, - -,v " Branson Couple Married thrriflg lite intermission of the fnesday evening Fred Mtiibotlattd entertained _. of friend* at * buffet «rap- at the Mulhoilaad home fcofi* Miss Leift Owens of Kansas City, Guests were Dr. and tirv.' Harvey Bangs and Miss Pauline Good of Hamburg, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Boehaer, Mr. and Mrs. ». 0. Cunningham, MM. Jeane Mason, Verne MeCord, Ben Bfeedibf, Paul Mnlnolland, Gilbert Good, and Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Mulholland. on Wedding AJudvenary Mr. and Mr*. William Warner wete ttte victims ot & surprise Monday evening la honor of their Wedding anniversary, The guests feuae in costume and presented a mock wedding which with games famished entertainment for the stoning. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. F, B. Mulhoitand, Mr. and Mrs. 0. A, Strahan, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Battmann, Mr. and Mm. Martin Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Cunningham, Mrs. Ardith Wlnget, Mrs, Jeane Ma* BOB, Verne McCord, F, A. Mulhol* land and Mr. and Mrs. John Tholl and Mr. and Mr*. Adolph Fell of Council Bluffs, and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Kilmartln. Mrs. Kllmartln planned the party. Every seventh man in the Navy is under 21 years ot age, while 40,000 out of 77,000 are under 25 yearn ot age. this beautiful BiiioVflW,*teh , • , .« •;-* oft Sale at $26.00 - -»* •»-. sad dfattofo* la dtiltJTr <M« geerftf \' -\ tiled MM Fountain Pens— We specialize in thfr .; famous.Parker, vacuum filling IL ~* at Prices You Simptyl6an't Duplicate Elsewhere , . n . , Diamonds — "Beautiful rings were $46.00. Marked down to.|2MO W, L SMITH, S~ - - * A-f1& -•»•* -• %*; > i'i.»<f v -P •,£• tet&& »&^$$I13!& mtvvA, »vumtjtijK!W1fB^IWI;|W^lli}'» .tend jtbe wedding of her brother, Gerald, Raymond Swanson and son, Immtei drove to Council Bluffs Sunday to see Mrs. Swansou-jit he Edmundson hospital, She is recovering nicely from her opera* Ion and will probably be able Jo come home the last ot the week. Here's your chancel A trial of* er ot THE OMAHA BEE-NEWS, 70 days Daily and Sunday by mail, on rural routes or in non- carrier boy towns, for only 11,00, JStf. Mr, and Mrs. Chas, Schack and Miss Vera Anderson of Council Bluffs spent Thanksgiving ' here with home folks. Paul Hertz, Malvern high school athletic coach, refereed the Hamburg-Shenandoah f o o t b all game at Hamburg last Thursday. The score .was Hamburg 38, Shenandoah 0, Joe Deardorff spent Tha»k9giv» Ing with his son, Joe, Jr., family at Bedford. His son rest, and wife and two eh,,,,,,, of Hubbard, were present also for the Thanksgiving dinner. The }at- ter accompanied Mr, Deardorff home Friday gad spent the day here with .him,, Jere KJnmeJ cape up fraffl Hiawatha, Kan. Monday evening and visited over night a&4 the following day with Jo,e Mr. jpnjmel was eniroute to ,_„ ha to attend an implement dealers' convention, Mrs, AJva pavis Thursday evening from a days visit with relatives at derson. ,L~, *,**V *WU**a* Qt»UV MC»TV 'MJlMf^jtt their Eskimo 'booklets for geography, ^ The best geographic news this week was brought by Marie Menschel and Richard Plumb. Their news will be pasted in the Geographic News booklet that the upper grade are working on. Those on the honor roll for this six weeks are Richard Plumb, Marie Mensche], Agnes Menschel, and Clifford Lemonds, each with an average of. 90 in* their Party' i ' - -,i! Ruth Wndsey entertained jests at a' progressive card Friday-evening at the home sr parents, Mr, and Mrs, 7 Alberts.- Prizes were award- r.hign an&Jpw score. At; the of the evening refreshments tfirs saa t ?» S*J* •_, ,4£&f&- HsifitoT&i&a 84^rs«ili:.?m^ •?,*' '"i;f^ -;f*-tKaf < FO «'*4 A^^^V ^ " ' *^ , ^••^* % i^E J| "'""*l i^-£i,-£$SB w\ m » -r T-MTTM W ni,t- »t nrtS^a^SfMSSSSfaifSSi £*•*,.V€\<V-¥^VV^- '•'. *•" -vuf '•i' y r~ "&%£?$!&£%J$r&*f* *, if ••»*•.» '.-;«Y«n.HlrAlirI !£» E*£; t "'-: Von? b TO^Hr V ?£ ^H > i* 1 ^Eitilk i\f>, ~^»-t~ -" V-Sfe^S: "i *,« •» BIG PRE-HOUDAY REDUCTION SAU You can save roojjey 041 A1J I^atbgy Sfeot Rubber Footwear. wflRftflftff-^^p Men's • -• • '-« ^ v"r%:' v --- ^&%m *5-i ,v~^ J...!a*'l

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