The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on January 4, 1934 · Page 5
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fit! MALVfcftK LEABfefc. MALVtRfr. fOWA. MtttlAftf 4 1934 Marie Seeget 1 Weds A, Mi* HOftottng fttrs. Clifford tHlle- hay, a recent bride, Misses Helen Marshall and Doris Wolfe gave a miscellaneous shower Friday afternoon /at the Marshall home. Twelve friends of the bride were gnetts fof the afternoon. After Informal entertainment the honor goest wag presented with a prettily decorated umbrella In which She fonnd many lovely gifts. Dainty refreshments were then served by the hostesses. Miss Sarah Ooy of Tabor Was an out ot town guest. Entertain Gnests New ¥eftf* KeW Years dinner guests in the home ot Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Walker Wete Mf. and Mrs. Arthur Walkef and daughter, Vernetta, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cozad and daughter, Ooldle, Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Jones and children, Cleo «nd Clifford, Walter Walker, 8r., Mr. and Mrs. Carter Bartholomew, Ed Walker and daughter, Zelpha, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur filggerstaff and daughter. Ion a, Mr, and Mrs. Mllbnrn Walker and none, Harry and Eugene, .and Miss Franellle Blnnall of Plerson. A, I/. A. KM Luncheon Friday A very enthusiastic group of twenty-two women gathered In] the dining room of the Community building Friday for the American Legion Auxiliary's annual not luck luncheon. A half hour of visiting followed the luncheon after which Mrs. James Swain, the president, presided over the business meeting. Reports on welfare work were given and plans made to sew carpet rags for the soldiers in the hospital at Knoxville who make the rags into rugs. Mr*. R. W. Mansfield and Mrs. W. D, McCausland were the committee in charge ot the luncheon. Kntertaln at Dinner Dance Miss Alice McNulty and Vernon Bobbin entertained 20 guests at a dinner dance Thursday evening last. Guests went first to the llalvern Tea-Room where a deli- clous four course dinner was served. The young people enjoying tbe courtesy were seated at a single long table lighted by candles. Place cards carried small figures of animals, fabricated of an insulated wire. Following the dinner guesU were taken to the McNulty home where they were entertained with dancing.jind^ games. Refreshments ot punch "and Christmas candles were also served during the eve- nlng. Among the guests were the Misses Qretchen Oldley, Dorothy Boehner, Harriett Seattle, Frances Benton, Edna Herts, Blllle McNulty, Lucille Mclntyre, and Ruth Wylle, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Short, Sy Wearin, James Seattle, Allen Wortman, Arthur Simmons, Malvem friends received announcement recently of the marriage of Woodford R. Byinftton to Mi«« Mildred Swwdfegef of Omaha which took place Saturday, Dec. 30, at the Northsfde Christian church in Omaha. Mr. Bylngton Is junior member of the law firm ot Whitfield and Bylngton and has been a resident of this community for the past three years. He is a graduate of the Creighton college of taw. Miss Bwerdfeger Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Swerdfeger of Omaha and has visited In Malvern a number of times. Mr. and Mrs. Bylngton left after the wedding on a short honeymoon trip and will return to Malvem this week end. Louise Hiett Weds In California Dr. and Mrs. W. M, Hiett returned Sunday evening from San Francisco, Calif, where they had been to attend the wedding ot their daughter, Louise, who was married Dec. 16 to Mark Lee Me- Gladdery, Jr., prominent attorney of San Francisco. The ceremony occurred at high noon in the First Baptist church of Oakland, Calif, of which both bride and groom are members and was performed by the pastor, Dr. Harold Camp. Following the ceremony Dr. and Mrs. Hiett entertained the bridal party at a luncheon at the Athens Athletic club. After a short honeymoon trip to Carmel-by-the-Sea, Mr. and Mrs. MeGladdery returned to Oakland and Dr. and Mrs. Hiett spent a pleasant week visiting them. They will make their home in apartments in Oakland already prepared for them before the ceremony. The bride, who was one of Mai- vern's popular and gifted girls before going to California, has the best wishes of her hosts of Malvern friends. Honor Holiday Visitors Here Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson entertained at a bridge party Monday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sharratt of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Puckett of Billings, Mont,, who are visiting over the holidays in the F. E. Mulholland home. Others enjoying this courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. Ward Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mulholland, Mr, and Mrs. D. 0. Cunningham, Mrs. Jeane Mason, Mrs. Ardith Winget, Fred A. Mulholland, Paul Mulhol land, and Dr. James Soderstrum of Glenwood. On Tuesday evening they were again honored when Mrs, Margaret Buttmann entertained for them. Guests on this occasion were Miss Edna Hertz, Miss Frances Benton, Miss Alice McNulty Mrs. Ward Roberts, Mr. and Mrs, Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Clifford M. Dlllehay, Miss Maxine Van OrsdeJ entertained 20 guests at the pleasant country home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs, w. J, Van- Orsdel, -west of Malvern New Years Eve. Guests brought gifts of kitchen equipment and tools for a shower for Mr, and Mrs. Plllebay. During the evening an Interesting variety ot games entertain" ed tbe guests and tbe hostess served refreshments of sand' wlcbea, fruit cake, and coffee, As the New Year hour approached the merrymakers caught pans, saws »nd Otter twise making equipment and greeted Its arrival with traditional d!n, Enjoying tbe hospitality of tbe Van Qr»de]s vere Mr. and Mrs. June wise, Mr. »B4 Mrs. b«r sad Mr. ftu4 Mrs. Tom Gldley, Sidney Larson, Bruce Leonard Anderson, Mr, and Mrs Kilpatrjck, Randall Kline, and the D. O. Cunningham, Mrs. Jean* Honor DiUeh»y» at Mason, Fred A. Mulholland, and New Year Shower Mrs. Ilene Conyers of Chicago. Bridge furnished entertainment. Give Shower for Former Malvemian Mrs. Frank Sharratt and Mrs Lowell Puckett, formerly Viola and Edith MulhoUand, entertained at a shower at tbe Mulnolland home Saturday afternoon for Mrs Mark Lee MeGladdery, formerly Louise Hiett of Malvern, who was recently married in California The gifts were sent to her at her home in Oakland. Guests at tbe shower who were former high school frienda of the bride were Miss Edna Hertz, Miss Helen F Jones, Mies Alice McNulty, Mrs Ward Roberts, Miss Dorothy Boehner, Mrs. Ilene Conyers o Chicago, Mrs. Edna Newton of Msssenat and Miss Helen Taylor of Shenandoab. Bridge furnished entertainment for tbe afternoon, boat and hostess, Birthday Honored; Ml8«m Helen Marshall, Potralaf- Milla Ctrauty pie Married Dec. 27 in St. Johft'a Chofch Rev. H, P. Dan!, pastor of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran ihurch northeast of Malvern read the marriage lines to Everett A. PCnop, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Knop, and Mies Marie 8e«get, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn •teeger, on Wednesday evening, Dec. 27, at f o'clock in St. Johns church. He used the beautiful double ring ceremony. The details of the event were smoothly carried out by tbe entire wedding party. The little flower girls, Yanda and Lola, smalt sisters oil the groom, Were dressed in pink organdie with large hair ribbons of matching color, and Carried baskets of roses tied with white net. Following the flower girls came the groom and best man, his brother, Alfred Knop. They were dressed in the customary dark suits. Next came the bride and her attendant, Miss Helen Gilbert. The bride was dressed in white satin with a veil of silk net and carried a bouquet ot pink roses. The bridesmaid wore a gown of pale blue and carried a bouquet of Ophelia roses as they appeared before the altar tor the Impressive ceremony. Following the ceremony Vanda Knop sang "The Lord is My Shepherd." The church was beautifully decorated for Christmas with a lighted tree and the Christmas colors, and was filled with the many relatives and friends of the bride and groom. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Knop, parents of the groom, with about 160 guests In attendance. Refreshments were served consisting ot sandwiches pickles, ice cream, cake, and coffee. The remainder ot the evening was spent In various enter* tainment. The bride is one of Mills county's fairest daughters. She is a graduate of Malvern high schoo in 1929 and afterward attended Nebraska State Teachers college at Peru. For the past four years she has been teaching in Silver Creek school in Ingraham township, Tbe groom is one ot our sterling industrious young farmers at present working with bis father, They will make their home on a farm seven miles northeast of Malvern, whither tbe congratulations and good wishes of their many friends accompany them, ffofn til« Cotitity Seat Gay Bftftfil lite county board of supervls- OTS inet Tuesday morning and after the frretimliitary of inducting the new member, Frank Plumb, into ottlce they proceeded lo organize for the year. Guy Breeding was elected chairman, and With Otha ft. Hyde of Hastings and Frank Plumb of Hillsdale, constitutes the hoard. A mighty good ttto ot MiH« county's sterling farmers, Well equipped and well qualified for the job. Mills county's Interests will he welt eared for by these men. W. M. Agan, the retiring mem- bef , has served ott the board for two full terms and a {partial term. tie has given of his time and talents unstintlnglr to the county's work and has made a mighty good supervisor, He always tried to work with the best interests of the entire county In mind and he can retire with the satisfaction of work well done. Three GleuwoodJan* Leave lor California there has been quite an exodus recently from this place for the southern California climate just before Christmas, Dr. 3. M Donelon left for California to visit his son, Doctor Jim, and other relatives and friends. Mrs Jas. W. Carter and Mrs. W. M Plimpton left at about the same time for Long Beach and Los An geles and will spend a part o the winter there. W. E. Afiit rte*igfi» fti (Jhairtrtafl CWA Work W. B. Agan, who has been :h air man of the CWA committee 'or Mm* county. In charge ef the vartOTTS projects of work under administration, has tendered his resignation and asks to be relieved. The work Is very heavy and requires a lot of time and a ot of responsibility and, as yet, there has been no salary attached. His resignation has not as yet been accepted and the department heads have asked htm to remain at least until they can look orer the ground for a successor. It will be bard to get any one to do as hard and conscientious work as Mr. Agan has done on this board. Two more cases of mumps reported: Lee Cary and Charles Kafte. Carol Nagle who has been so sick is still confined to her bed but is improving satisfactorily now. Mr. and Mrs. Frank D« Val and Alan and Mr. and Mrs. Jnne Wise and little daughter were entertained New fears day at thej home ol Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Richardson. Mrs. lack Hastings went to Raymond Hogeson from north of town was taken to the Ed- mundsoh hospital Tuesday with a case of appendicitis and was operated on the following morning. EAST LIBERTY East Liberty Celebrated C. P. Kinney'a Birthday Last Sunday was C. P. Kinney's seventy-seventh birthday and to properly celebrate the event a dinner In his honor was given at their borne. Guests were his son, Everett, Mr, aud Mrs. Floyd Rboads of Malvern, and Arthur and Inez Bradley ot Btra- han, with Mr. and Mrs. Kinney, ot course. Boelmer Local Bachelors Bachelors ot tbls vicinity gained a pleasant evening by reason of their celibacy when L. W. Boehner entertained some 15 of them at a New Years Night dinner at the Malvern Tea Room. Following a three course dinner the men attending were given no helps by their host to end their state of celibacy but listened to short talks by fellow guests on subjects personally interesting to each. With Mr. Boehner serving as toastmaster each man detailed his own major interest and ita social aspect. Suggested by some during tbe evening was the formation of a group similar to tbe one entertained which would discuss at oo» casional meetings contemporary problems and developments and carry on a program of benefit to the community. Named to continue possible organisation ot such a group werq Paul Herts a»4 Harry Market, Included among Mr, guests were Lynn Warren Frank Durbin of Emerson, Gerald Caldwell, Paul Herts, Harry Markel, Harry Bayes, 0, A, Boyer, Earl pace, Allen Wortman, Ve> now BobbJtt, BJward Pjper, "He Starr, Bruce Tom Gidley, and Clifford Rob- bias. Jean, Barls, a&4 Margaret McCor* wlok Bed Max Ireland, Walter AUea Porls Wolfe, *»«»»« »« **** Hurry , BBAfrW P.m«*»y, and 86B& Van Qrsdel. Ray Mr. and Mrs. Floyd f»ark.er'es* at dinner Monday fot cele- Mr. bratlng the New Year and at me same time honoring tbe plrtfcday of Mrs Cleaning at Reasonable Prises 6Jtfls!«ftojr la m PllM 49ttWt8ftftfit C>iMk$}l Htm 8J M»lYKft Mg| Mfe9&} Its ...._/, ..__ *wn»rt«f; jor*»uUuttw ttud t*t»WWi»4 rl*W H. J. Widow* Appointed to Administer Harover Estate Judge Earl Peters, at a special session of court held here Wednesday of last week appointed Harry J, Widows administrator of tbe M. C. Harover estate which includes tbe Cittiens Bank, the store and various other property, at Henderson, to.-succeed G. T, Harover, resigned. Mr. Widows is well fitted for this work, from bis experience as clerk ot courts, and other work be has had in the past. Kinneya Have a New Granddaughter Mr, and Mrs. C. P, Kinney received word of tbe birtb of a daughter, Janet Ann, to bis eon, Dr, Roy C. Kinney, and wife at Forrest City, Dec. 21, As this is the first born in that family there is unusual rejoicing. Marriage Licenses Dec, 14: Marvin D. Campbell, 21, Omaba, and Ruth Nelson, 21, Omaha, They were married tbe same day by Rev. E. E. Goodrich. Dec. 15: Hermit Long, 22, Macedonia, and Eras Qoos, 20, Stiver City, They were married tbe same <tey by Rev. Martin H. Ke&st. Dec, 18: Arthur Menscbe!. g9, Hastings, and Marie Scboening, }8, Emerson, Herbert Whitney, 18, Spring, field, Nebr,, »nd Ruth L. Sbep- Methodist Church The pastor wishes every mem* her and friend ot the church a very happy New Year. The Church Night committee for January is as follows: Mrs. Clyde Barger, Mrs. B. B. McFall, and Mrs. Wm. Clay. The date will be announced later. Next Sunday at 10 o'clock we shall have our worship service and the Lord's Supper. Everyone is invited. Church school at 11. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Maddocks, Fern, Edna, and Wayne and Miss Edna Lutz were Bbenandoah visitors one day last week. Miss Mary Henderson went to Des Moines Thursday with a group ot friends from Silver City. Elton Clay and sisters, Bertha, Mildred, and Fern, were Council Bluffs visitors Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Nelson and Ethel went to Malvern Saturday morning to spend the day with •her parents, Mr. and Mrs, S. R, Hurst. While there Mrs. Hurst took quite sick with a form ot heart trouble. Although still confined to her bed she is much improved at this writing. Council Bints one day recently to visit her three children who are being; cared for in the children's Christian home there this winter. Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Shapcott of hear Emerson and Earl Shook from near Malvern were among callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. 1. Shapcott last week, getting acquainted with the new grandson, Thomas Marian. W. H. Maddocks and family were among other guests entertained at the Earl Maddocks home near silver City Friday eve nlng. Mr. and Mrs. R. p. Gait of Sliver City attended the Ladies' Aid program given at the church Friday evening. The Aid program given at the church Friday evening was very Well attended and enjoyed by all present. It was well given. Light refreshments were served and the ladies cleared about $5. The program committee: Mrs. Frank Haines, Miss Josie Kcrney, and Miss Mildred Clay. (Continued next week) Probate Notice Now on this 2nd day of January, 1934. an instrument in writing purporting to be tbe last will and testament of Elizabeth Masters, deceased, is filed In the office of the Clerk of the District Conrt, in and for Mills county, tor probate and It appearing to tbe conrt that It is necessary and beat for all concerned that but one publication of notice for hearing on probate of said will be given, it is hereby ordered that notice be published for one week, only in the Malvern Leader and the date for the probate of said will is set for the 6th day of January, 1934, at 9 o'clock a. m. Witness my hand and seal this 2nd day of January, 1934. (SEAL) J. F. Greene, Jr., 25-1. Clerk District Court. •f • • » HI w m~ .THEATER 5 MALVERN. IOWA HILLSDALE Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Trlvely of Randolph, Miss Edith Hilton ot Chadron, Nebr., and Mrs. Anna McDIll of Lincoln, Nebr, were dinner guests in the Walter Hilton homo Thursday. Miss Laura Hilton spent Christmas in the B. L. Gray home in St. Joseph, Mo. Mrs. Louisa Irwln, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Irwln and son, Clifford, and Mrs. Sanford Ruse of Sheridan, Wyo. visited in the Walter Hilton home Friday. Mrs, Ruse and Mrs. Wallace Irwin are cousins of Mrs. Hilton. Malcolm Cannon of Sidney visited bis cousin, Edwin Ruse, Saturday. FRIIAY.SATURDAY A clnunn of the air tniill HI0HT FLIGHT with John Itarryniore and Helen llayon. CtiM. Chore "The Itanuny," Comedy lOo and 9Rc. SUNDAY • MONDAY Jftck Pcftrlo, Jimmy Duronto, 2a*u Fitto in MEET THE BARON A laugh font and added shorts. lOc and 25o. WEDNESDAY ONLY Big spodnl attraction for MAIMJAIN NIGHT! Marian Davlen In PEO 0* MY HEART Her most winsome rolo. And added short*, LOCAL SPORTS Tonight; P*wws* Named Alter mart tba» a weefc o.f yg» member* of tbe le»sue will get ia eewipa tonight for competitive ThursOfti'i Hou 4 Oilers va. Sftlyera Auto, Plymouth* vs. Mulh.Qll&n,dj8, Col4 -Storage va, fcsader. vs. Post Qjiee. play, >4t j§, ppifingSeW, Dec, 19: Marion Brown, 29, Henderson, and Sylvia Wright, 21, Henderson, They were married pec. 19 by ftev, A, A- Wright , tby M, OW9A9. 8?. both of Q»§b». Dec, 80: Record E. Swing, H. Qraah&» &ft4 Violet Morrow, 17, Mo. They were married the saw* day by Rev, g, & G«ad* 81; Arthur Hy»Jfc, 84* BS4 Frsflces Rltzo, I), both of PiUeh&y, 21, and . both of MaWer Jfcq, 88; Harold F. 34, 8R4 Mrs. Anns Howe, 94, both el Mi»»wpo}is, Minn.! were worried by Rev, L, j, Morftn, Q,. H. BftWojier, 8$, ft»(J MU« HubUell, it, both of Mai- Clluton BMtfe* Ruft»W, ii. bath, Bluff*. 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