The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on December 7, 1933 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1933
Page 8
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ftffi MALVfiWl ^•.> *ili*.x;«- J Vatu! *•* P«tt r R»ti lovfco s I^ha^fex Silk Hosiery % • , 5& v,^,^ "* "% ^---~ ziai«ii2 Practical r- ^¥r : Vf #r0 SS> ii» Year. Useful Gifts Are Always Appreciated! Men'* Broadcloth Dre§* Shirts Service Weight 69c Pure thread silk of 7* thread, 42 - gauge construction. Picot tops and Dicot run stops. SEAt>S, crjrBtalB, pearls, in attfaetfvi gilt bo*es .2.........4......M..M.MI HOSIERY, Misses' ribbed, rayon plaited, fine quality M«»* fc »»».»»»»«»»..**.«»i3 APKONS, of gay colored prints f o* bridge or tea parties 6<te value »* & *».»»..,Ja (Fast colors, dandy gifts, newest patterns in 9 SttPPlftS* Men'* Felt, the ideal gift, - CUfi GAUNTLETS of Suckekin, BLANKET, j Maids,\4talfc eateen binding, Ssriri ddl lined, »»*«»»iila»*.« teathw, ! small figures on tan, blue and green grounds. brown or gray .........................JMtej 3LOVE3, Men'* teewn d dreii style ...i. MM ... M »»«*. HOUSS SL1PPMS, children'* fed, Wtt§ or black leatherette ....*.^.«-«« Oil basis of today's < ksfe' : r / ' '-v"n. Choice of Blue, Rose, Odld, Prehid* tnd^j Green, ' , per pate, Hundreds of Other Useful and Beautiful Gifts, See Our large bill ^^ ^^ ^**^*^^™ ^^ ^^ ^^ __^ ^ __ ^ ^ —— n.»a> ...— ~ ----- -^-» —m. HI-— nmte i¥^ i^^i iTM i*te i I in -—— "i^^d ft ^M ^^^ ^M» i^att t^ft "M% ^^B ^BE ^tffc^^fc •^^••M^^Bt^Mft JBft8JI|l Xmas Ties regular 7Bc value 49c Holly Boxe* Free _, Pure silk and rayon mixtures. Hand tailored, smartest patterns. TABLE SCARFS, fancy colorful, rich design, regular 60c value .».»»..,». > »33e 22x44 BATH TOWELS, Double Terry, Wide Border*, Special at .^........236 &(fFLAN^&Lj *Faney Pattern!^ Save During This Part Wool Men's Sox Heather Mixture! Seamlesi WIDE SHEETING, full bleached, 81 in. wide, a dandy buy, yd. 27c LINGERIE, attractive gifts, and we have a wide selection at lowest prices. Genuine Leather Ladies Purses STATIONERY, fine linen, 36 sheets, 36 envelopes, box .———__ TOILET SETS, for Kiddies, practical, with comb, brush, mirror GIFT HANDKERCHIEFS, for'Men, Ladies and Children, in Gift Boxes with three in each box at 14c, 23c and 29c Men's Fancy Xmas SCARFS, 32-inch and , 48-inch reefers with rayon fringe 79c GIFT SETS, for Ladies, many attractive:_,< articles with each set JZ9c w N*e«s«e«e«e^^ 14e Provide for your, full season's' requirements at this low price. Ribbed tops and full length. _ , Men'»3Bc D r e s t Sox -;• ^OC t " \rjt-z Wonted and Rayon t Grays,-tana, wlne'I and *"Finest *, ""AU'-Wooi? '>* ., • •• • "i « *? "' ",w/I Boot So* Our: • ww },/*•*• •» !«*•«• m «•••,»,,, •»•— " 14 ™^^ w -™i —• , —- -^n~ •——T*^ deed I,* Shop ,now for ^ worth ownJng.,rBu » nVtviaftnnal . '. >''. Ylnwi ' -Sr', ' f' "*-•>« 59c Some with zippers, $1 value. Ultra smart styles in genuine leather, composition and snakeskin. . - . S T R A H A N ll^^Wk^^i^^Bl^^Wl^^Wk^^fc^^Wk^^lk^^WfcT^^^^Bk^^W^TL^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l^^^^^^^^ 1 ^^^^^^' ' r • ->->••;., > v'",-. - K-"' "•' "' ^ - r -' '*? ' ^ - * * - -*-*^^ «' J^^l ; " ? ii: ^'"". .^a^;l,^fe^l^l^S Strahan Church Notes The Harvest Sunday services at Climax were postponed until next Sunday. Homer Coppock will -speak in the afternoon and Rev. Stroud of Farragut will preach lu the evening. Special evangelistic services began at Climax Tuesday evening with Rev. Stroud preaching. We will have our regular services at Strahan at 10 o'clock, The young people's chorus -will have a special number for us. You will enjoy bearing them sing, Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Bass entertained at a fine turkey and goose dinner Thanksgiving day, Mr. .and Mrs. Adam Gipe, Mrs. Wai* "ter Roberta of Troy. Mrs. Will "Wolfe and Earl Bass of Tarkio. Bring it in NOW If you bring your Harness lu to be Repaired now during the slack season, we will give you a better price on the work and better service aa well. This will ejiin> uate last minute delays when you need it next spring- SAVE by Uttvlws It NOW! M&lvern Harness and Shoe Repair Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Davis of Malvern and Mr. and Mrs, S, S, Summers of Strahan were Thanksgiving dinner guests in the home of their brother, J. W. DolpU, on the old Dolph homestead. Mrs. Carl Timson planned a very pleasant surprise honoring her husband's birthday Monday evening. The time was spent in visiting and with cards, fire ta* bles being used. A lunch of sand' wiches, pie. and coffee was served late in the evening. Those present were Mr, and Mrs. Lester Thomas and family, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Pollitt, Chaa. Hanseu, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Pettigrew, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nagel, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Angus, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and children, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Woodflll and Jared, Wilbur Whittem, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Combs and daughter, Qeraldine, and Kobert Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steele tertained at a turkey dinner Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs, jJuford Pettigrew, Mr. and Mrs Ray Allensworth and son. Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. G. 8. Eacrett Mrs. Jennie Stroul of Malvern and Mrs. Charles Crlswell daughters, Jean and Helen of Omaha. Mrs. Strohl remained for a week-end visit with her sister, Mrs. Steele. Dorothy Margaret Angus and Miss Lula McRea accompanied Miss Jeauette Stewart of-Emerson to Keota to spend Thanksgiving- Dorothy spent Thanksgiving with Helen and Dorothy Martin »t their home in Keota. Miss McBea stopped in pes Molnes ta visit her mother. Mrs. Martin took Dorothy to sigouruey for a visit at the honxa of her grandmother, Mrs. Sophia praiuard, and all re* *urn#d bogie. Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Qipe had all their children borne with them for a fine Thanksgiving dinner including Mi\ and Mrs. Wm, Hoda- val who came from Belivue, Mr. and Mrs, Emmett Gipe and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gipe at home. Mr, and Mrs. Will Bradley eu> tertained at a family picnic supper Thanksgiving evening, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Kinney and son, Everett, -of Glenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J^emonds, Marljn and Leon, Mrs, Horace EaerettJ Arthur Bradley, Inez Bradley*, and Mrs. Sadie Warfield. Then-19 celebrate the gathering of the corn crop Arthur and Ineg Brad' ley entertained with a fine oyster supper Monday evening, the ***'" Bradley family, Mrs. Sadie field, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis De- Case and children. / Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bi»sey a»4 entertained ner^at their home east of hanT ;; hoiiorJng,<Her parents," Mr, and-'Mrs, James, and son, Morton, Other guests were Mr, Mrs. -Frank Hlllyer, Mr.'and Mjr», I. W, milyer of Carson, 1Mr. '"\ Mrs. Retoer Hlllyer, Mildred, I, and Fipy4, and Mr. and Mrs, P M« Kline, Roast goose'with all £; trimrolngt, was a feature e dinner. :^ ',"*/.•; "/ '-" Hll)yet,8pent Mi? and Florence Doris Mr. tu,rk»jr b»l* JftfcMOtt, distance char postpone their play '8»1 ww^og^p^ctoteaiul^aftl . IJ i__:**•_ "•**>/= A. v*_iiiiAik^._—%Sd nlng on account of nm Thojr plan W " s* ^jMr^A^i *Mwt-1 Hugh Donaldson of were Thanksgiving dinner in the J, P. Acbenbacn Bupt. »Bd Mrs, Ben Cosea tertslned at a fine turkey V 4inner ThftBkBflylng flay, Bnpt, W. 8, Miller »n4 Y«»t» Perkins, pal ol the Miss Lola Buesnnon.and Mr, gers pf the Btr»ba» school, Miller and Vesta Perkins ed to visit with Mr, and Mrf, Cojen. untir Sunday, from Wo.eoJn tp ac»tio parents, j|r, sad Mrs. Mr. and Mra. Halls* Otttea aj4 Mrs. Paftple QerbrJng were the foowe of Mr; ta Mr. am Mrs. In the Johns Lutheran 8WBBT ^HP"^F tp(gjP^^^|^Ww

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