The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on December 21, 1933 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1933
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^;;. 'W^yp? I5WA> tttfe MALVfefiK L£A & r. Wtofft lit. 1 V. Ptttcn* t 1108 'WH *« W*UM «•*«•• • **•»«* ft flu ttattttt fntettalned at a —~ party *| tbtf liattfcfttt -nndtftJP **tMn| tor iaein- «f I cJifr. After w*t ex- fl»r* wire foryour Christmas Dinner Cream 1.75 sib*. sib*. 25c 10c Kamo Jell' Powder So Bare Treat Salad \_PMMlnir.ata.». Pts.. 15c 4 Jb. Kamo Pancake 9 A r .^ . vC 2lb. Xmas Candies. 15c 1 g..l3cto25c A Full Line of Freeh FruiU and Vegetable* for Your Xnuu • - Dinner. day scnotti mm tragM t>y ttfft. R. W. Salyets had a irot foe* s*fr- per Monday evefttti at tie Bai- yers home. Games followed a bonirtlfttl dinner and they W*6 had ft Christmas tree and Air «fc> change of ine*pen«te gifts. The class consists of young people c4 high school age and fifteen boys afad girls were present. tt* *o*e M Wrt. WiWt* on Frt- m ft I tftfcft ftt*en*o* ion- erttg «r». Tfcetitfcft Beits ind Mrl. Helen Seals of Wain. those present Were Mrs. Amy __«&«**•» ttf*. Bttsd'Jt »». Ratfi Salyets, ftt*. tiialte ttxie Bfter, Mrs. Ofdiey, and MM. Helen Aftdetsoft. Bride Saturday afternoon ot last week the L. T. N. Country clnb Wttertatned at * aiseeilaneotis shower at the home ot Mfs. A. A. Senton, complimenting Mrs. Paal twain, A recent bride. Gifts were for the home and were iovety and varied and will be tery sultabla for the new home. the afternoon was spent with games and delicious refreshments were served. About twentymo Were present to enjoy the after- boon. M, K. Circle ttae Christmas fatty •The Methodist 'Ladles' Circle held their. Christmas party last Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. B. 8. Bayes. There were about forty present and an exchange of gifts was a feature of the afternoon. Mrs. R, B. Gugeler told an inter* eating Christmas story and Mary Jean Swing played a piano solo. there were several visitors present. Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon. Assistant hostesses Were Miss Clara Wise, Mrs. Harley Bteresson, Mrs. Reed Graves, Mrs. Will Bower, Mrs. W, D. McCausland, and Mr*. Will Miller. Honor Visitor Prom Montana Mr. and Mrs. 8. 8. Summers en* tertained at a 7 o'clock dinner Tuesday erenlng ot last week in honor of Mr, Summers's niece, Miss Ruth Axtell, who left for her home in Montana Friday. Miss Frances Benton, Miss Harriett Cadwell, and Mrs, 0. F. -Davis were also guests. Mr. aid Mrt. Mfttb Bentoii entertained two tables at bridge Friday evening. Smith The Misses L«eUa ind Wanetta Stttta, daughters of Mf* and Mrs. Wck Smith Of this City, both employed at the Hetndon cafe net*, were married last Saturday evening at I o'clock. Luella and Charles Nortfs fit Malvern were married by Re*. Pearson, the radio pastor ot KPN*** in Bbenandoah. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Black of that city. Wanetta and Gerald Hamacker ot Strahan were married at the •ante hour In the home ot Rev 8. B, Goodrich. Both couples will reside in this city tor the time being.'— Glen* wood Opinion-Tribune. O. E. S. Chapter Elect! New Matron Mra. Margaret Buttmann to Head Group Next Mrs. Margaret Buttmann was elected Worthy Matron of Bilrei Urn Chapter Order ot the Eastern Star for the coming year when the regular meeting ot the chapter was held Tuesday evening Bhe succeeds Mrs. Darlce Hilton Other officers elected Tuesday evening are: F, A. Mulholland Worthy Patron; Miss Frances Benton; Associate Matron; El Springer,, Associate Patron; Mrs L. A. Barkus, secretary; Mra. ,0 L. Kunce, treasurer; Miss Edna Hertz, conductress, and Mra. R W. Balyers. associate conductress ; ; A committee was appointed al BO to confer with a committe •from the Masonic lodge to plan for a joint Installation service p. E,- Davis is chairman ot th committee and other members are Mrs, Walter f Smith 4nd Mrs, men T>»1r»mt5l«?-5V^ •'. •';,' V- & • ^ . Snakes them/ buy Group Here Evening Pat-Weal Lovfe Knop, Roth Lotifse Mc- rord, CatbeHn* Anderson, Mrs. Lloyd Short, ted Anna Rose Bass and Mrs. Irolene Roberts of Strahan. Bffcgeft «t tMs and -beatby Joined 1 Sunday eve- atftg fn tfee annual Christmas concert of tn* ItafrefH Choral sect- $fr+ 1 l !fcJf i €j' i 4«HH& Iflfrwttt took pfti*t ft the ptetefitatfon which was well attended. ' The eoneett was given in the fiaptlst chntch which had , «v vw wvn^tTw-iTijeart,, kid neys and the other unaual cuts ot meat so that the, family wil enjoy them is told by Mrs. ROB Storm Summers of Malvern in an article appearing in the curren issue of The Fanner's Wife mag azine, published' in St. Paul, Minn, '< "Baked kidneys'and cheese" is one ot Mrs.' Summers' favorites, and this is her'recipe; , [ "Wash and remove tough mem<- brane from outside the kidneys (two pork or one beef),, halve and remove white inner glands. Pice the tender meat and boil In salt water, for tea mhuitea, Slightly beat three eggs, add % o, diced cbeese, H tsp, salt, ftnij % c, pream, pepper, it deejred, and par^boUed kidneys, pake in greased muffin tins la moderate oven tlU e«g is set, be served Plain or with «gg tomato aauce." Hsrriiw Hwt«r Di«§ m Silver City, Saturday Rouser, fg? years -* resident of gj}yer t Olty there Saturday the City a|t«r»o9B, JB Silver fil er a| B. jr* Ji, of Wffl, -Sates el .at ?. Wearin of j^m Creek 1 * tQw y c mm, Name Wm» of 1934 Mefnuefs vote Hi Amftttal Eleeticm Here day been specially decorated for the affair. A huge Chrlstmss wreath on a black drop h»ng above the chnrcb reetfaat and red candles at the ttoe windows. The candies and lights above the chorus furnished the lighting tot the church. Ably directed by Mrs. F. R Chantry ,the chorus sang a diversified program of Christmas carols and sotigs and choruses from Handel's "Messiah." Several solos were also included in the concert Mrs. fcelma Conant Fletcher played all accompaniments and a pi •no solo, Handel's "Pastoral Bym phony," u an offertory number Toe concert opened with th< carol, "Oh Little Town of Beth iehem," by the chorus. Another Christmas song, "Cantique do Noel/' with soprano solo by Mrs. Chantry was given by the chorus. "The Infant Jesus" was sung by the chorus, with alto solo by Mrs. L. A. Talbott. The remainder of the program was taken from "The Messiah." Vernon Bobbltt gave an excellent rendition ot an Interpretive solo, "Comfort Ye My People." The laudatory chorus, "And the Glory of the Lord," was then sung. Four recitatives for soprano were given by Miss Harriett Beattie, "There were Shepherds Abiding in the Field," "And Lo the Angel of the Lord Came Upon Them," "And the Angel Said Unto Them," and "And Suddenly There .was With the Angel." Miss Beattie sang these with exceptional clarity and understanding, The choruses, "Glory to God" and "Behold the Lamb of God* followed the recitatives. Mrs. Lloyd Short, singing the contralto solo, "He Shall Feed His Flock," gave this a deeply religious interpretation with a fine sense ot its tonal possibilities. , MiM Josephine Conboy sang The Messiah's powerful religious appeal, "Come tlnto Him," with a,,strong dramatic touch, The chorus closed the concert with the lujab,Chorus," their comfortable quarters above the Knnce & Kelson store last Thursday evening climbed members ot Silver Urn Masonic lodge. There, after due ritualistic procedure, Worshipful Master W. M. Hlett presided while his fellows baltotted in theif annual election. Results: Win. Warner, Worshipful Master, succeeding Dr. Hlett. R. W. Balyers, Senior Warden succeeding Mr. Warner. Ward t£ Slothower, Junior Warden, succeeding Mr. Salyers. F. R. Chantry, treasurer, reelected. P. 0. Slothower, secretary, succeeding Ward C. Slothower. Dr. Hlett, trustee tor two-year term, succeeding Fred Durbln. been pas committee to confer with the Order of the Eastern Star and upon an agreed date the two groups will hold a joint installation. and Rev.f-L.'? R; Bobbltt pronounced the, benediction, Singing in the bass section of the chorus were R. W, Criswell, Dr. J. W. Baer, Louis Knop, Percy Atkinson, Lloyd Short, and Edward Wearin. In the tenor section were J>r, J. u, parsons, Vernon BobbHt, Rev, R, E. Gugeler, Allen Wortman, Clifford DHlehay, James Summers, and Virgil Hammack ot Strahan, In the tjoprano section were Valda Hurst, Bernice Caudell, Thelma Gaston, Mrs. Homer Walker, Mrs, Marion wise, Phyl* lis Wilson, Lela Raines, Mrs, J, F, Wearin, Alice McNulty, Mary Elizabeth Summers, Miss Beattie, MUs Conboy, and Norma Shaul of Strahan, in the alto section were Mra, E. c, Collins, Mrs, L. A, -TaJbott, Mrs. Luti, Roberta Gaston, Batay gchalkle. Winifred Nervjg, Maysi) Berry, Jane J'Jeteber, Lorraine Fletcher, Por- othy Oalllber, Edna Herts, Mrs. M OTO R OIU CHRISTMAS IS ONE OF THE Q14 QU me&as dasger. Let Ml r*»w« A 6 °W 4trl¥ oil fr«m yfl«r motor ajRd reflll with Pre*i>, cieftu, a*te Vj ',' -I?* ou oft oii M fjf/,- ' trtaftki We desire in this way to i§*- iress e*r tntnks to otrf nef|1»- iof« and to the Malvern Ffre De- sartinent for their prompt help it the time of oar flfe last Sunday morning. Mir. and Mrs. Marshall Cunningham HILLSDALB J Williams, and Margaertte Seegef. I Rttfresftiffenift of chicken sandwiches, white cake topped with whipped cream, and bananas and :off*e were ferved by Mrs. Pnefpw and her assistants. The neit Meeting wilt be lift. at the Htttsdale ehnreh. Ever*one is requested to come dressed to represent some comic ter. Improvement Glut* Hat CrtfUttnas The Rnral improvement club met Wednesday, Dec. 18, at the home of Mrs. Hattle fhelps. The business session was presided over by our new president, Mary Sawyers. Letters were read from two of the charter members ot our club who were unable to attend the anniversary luncheon- Jeanette Mlckelwaite and Kathleen Hyme. Taking part on the program was tittle Margaret Louise Saw yers who sang a Christmas song. An interesting feature was the reading ot the origin of different songs with the songs mentioned In the reading sung by Jennie Reasoner and Janet Mlckelwaite accompanied by Frances Mickel- walte. Florence Howard read a Mr*. Merle Walker Long Died at Mt. Pleasant R. W. Mansfield drove with his ambulance to Mt. Pleasant Monday and brought back the body of Mrs. Merle Walker Long, daughter of Charles Walker ot this place, who died In the hospital there the day preceding. Funeral services were held in the Christian church in Henderson yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon. Bhe is survived by her husband and little son, her father, three sisters, Mrs. F. E. Smith, Mrs. Ed Smith, and Mrs. Charles Parks, and five brothers, Frank, Eugene, L. V., Wayne, and Quentin. Card of Thanks We desire to express our appreciation and thanks to our friends for their assistance and expressions of 'sympathy during the Illness and following the death of our beloved husband and father. . • ^, Mrs. Daisy Rime} Rlmel On the Christmas tree was a gift for each one present. The program and gift exchange was arranged by Verna White, Mae BIG PRE-HOLIDAY REDUCTION SALE Mottle Children's anWAdtiltS JLadies 1 Ojtfofds Pumps and Straps $1&S to $4.9S Men's and Boys' Shoes I $1.05 to $4.98 Bed Wing Leather Boots Men's $4.95 and $8.96 Boys' $2.08 to $4.35 Children's Shoea and Oxfords 95c and u» Expert Shoe Repairing FRED MALL GREETING/ We wish our friends and customers one and all a Merry Christmas and the best to come in the New Year. Meanwhile, keep in mind that our "Special Low Prices" advertised in last week's Leader, continue until Saturday night, December 30. COME TO THE BIG BARBECUE iMALVERN WHOLESALE FRUIT & GROCERY C0, j Max Frank, Prop. "'•> ™ Be in Malvern Saturday tor the Big AMERICAN LEGION Free BARBECUE Clearance Price Clearance THREE MORE DAYS of our Big Pre-Holiday CLEARANCE SALE and the three best days of all for your Christmas buying, WeVe, just loads of unusual practical and wanted gifts and all are includ* ed in this selling, Pon't miss the fun Saturday. Remember the big free Barbecue in Malvern, all day, anft come and get your share, And £0 turkeys, ducks an4 geese will be given away in toe afternoon. Pon't miss these big events, Come, get a delicious barb ecued sandwich. And be at our store for the maoy gepulne bargains in Christ; mas gifts. YQU'U find hundred? besides the few e4 here., to 1095 Clearance Prices

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