The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on January 11, 1934 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, January 11, 1934
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MALVEftlUOWA, JAKtMiflt« 19*4 Vftft No ofdtttaty a«a», this. Ot»«rtft tttmthi at tfc* Vas Snfple , t!6M fof a perfectly tfe- ttftfifldfc* icatenjref s±pfr- dittos. t*o *6te dtWKSt* ed to Bflni In the main span ot Mftf Cfw* bridge. A ehtfinlng ytffiftt !*d? had the ftnV b*tta««fi« assignment ot purloining a pair of the shwiihi iBspendef*. The tetnp* tfoffl italvefB** electroliers *as another abd petsottal effects of the high school basket' bat! team wan sUil mot «. Yotif party (of the one you attended) may hare beefi eithef Wore or less pretentious than the Van Otiffftes. Nonetheless The Leader it awfully audoua to get news of it and will greatly appreciate the favor if yon phone or otherwise tell us the facts*— /is BOOK as con- rentent after it ocean. Just phone 100. Girl* Give Patty Wednesday Mlssei Marine Wolfe and Kath* eryn and Carolyn Cunningham entertained a group ot friends Wednesday evening at the home of Mazine Wolfe. The erening was spent in playing games and at a late hour light refreshments were served. Quests were Virginia and Weigelia Hallam, Freda Patton, Charles and Randal Longinaker, Dale Qulmby, Owen Dyke, and Robert Ord of Tabor, Jane and Lorraine Fletcher, Dorothy Oalliher, Phyllis Wilson, Mary Elisabeth Bummers, Marian Benton, Gerald Bomer, Dudley Conner, Joe Robbins, Jamie Bummers, Lorance Lisle, Hurb Benton, Robert Benton, Edward Weario, and Dick Hyde ot Mai- Tern and Frederic Newell of Strahan. '*s > Social Union leeto Officer* was hostess Social Union ome last Thursday after- of - officer* was f tblrtlrae, ail the old officers being reelected. .The officers ares Mr*. J. F. Wearin, president; Mrs. H- 7, Clark, secretary, And Mrs. 0, 8, Royce, treasurer. Hostesses assisting Mrs, Wearin were Mrs. Chas. H. Summers, Mrs. J. B. Randeraon, and Mrs. W, M. Hiett. Methodist Young Folk Have Evening Social A combination social and devotional service was held Sunday evening by the young people of the Methodist church in the church recreation rooms. Some 80 young people attended the affair which was organized by Rev, and Mrs. R, B. GugeJer. Guests brought sandwiches and these and hot chocolate, prepared in. the church kitchen, • were served after a period of recrea* tion, Following the refreshments the devotional service was held and then more recreational games were played, The young people plan to make tais a regular feature for Sunday evening, to, & Whltif eld Weds Mm ftoiftaftCe of l^ftr ¥e«rt Ago Leads fe Marriage el Mayor D. B. Whttfleld left Malrefa eatty tfc bec«»tref, fttftjofs'o! hit ttftttlage to a fot- »er sehsoi friend weft fife. The Dec. 18 issue of the Dally News At trot, Ohio, carries the following stoty eoneernlnl! this: "A romance of c«t)efe days iaofe than 60 feats ago cnlftl- nated tit the marriage of Mrs. JSva Armstrong of 661 South Market street and Daniel & Whftfield, ad attotney of Mat' tern, ta. The ceteiaony took place at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon 1ft the First Batrtlsl ehafeh parsonage in Richmond* tnd., with Rev. Clarence B. Baker reciting the single ring Service. "The attendants Were Mr. and Mrs. Mlllttfd Alien of Sotith Mar* ket street, friends of the bride. "Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Whltfleld and Mr. and Mrs. Allen motored hack to West Mlltoa and were served a wed* dinf dinner in Cascade Tavern. "Mr. and Mrs. Whltfleld will leave soon tor Malvern and then on to California to spend the win* ter. Their new home will be established in Malvern. "When Mrs. Whltfleld (Eva Boper) was a young woman ot 80 she resided itt Valparaiso, tnd. and Mr. Whltfleld, a young man of 82 a law student in Valparaiso college, they were sweetheart*. Finally they drifted apart and Miss Boper became Mrs. Phillip D. Armstrong, came to Miami county to reside and later to. Troy which has been her home the last 30 years, Mr. Whitfleld later married and settled in Malvern where he has engaged in the practice of law. "Mr, Armstrong died 10 years ago, and after the death ot Mrs; Whitfleld, Mr. Whitfleld learned that his sweetheart of college days was a widow and motored a distance of 860 miles to call on her. The couple had not seen one another for one-half a century but the romance was soon renewed and the decision was made that they would spend the remainder of their lives', together," Mr. and Mrs. Whitfleld returned to Malvern Monday evening and will remain here a abort time before golng on to ; s California, : , ' " Tbe A, L. Auxiliary to Harry amnwnB Ppst American Region met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. F, M, J)9Yi*9ft |ar » carpet r&f sewing, Tbers were SB wen d9*8»,eJ ma wewbers present 094 th»y/pwi4 r «:i»j9*joj 9f na to* teU *UJ b» §ant to tbt feojpitftl at KnoxvlUe they, will fflftke lbfi» up tai» Ittis. M'tt* sMm e* $b» »»» t*a WM ajfra} by Mrs, anigtsd by Mra, H.arley ^ Have ^ . v . ' Luncheon Mesdames W, M. Hlett, J, N. Summers, J, F, Wearin, J, W. Baer, J, E, Randerson, J, H, Beckwith, B, W, Knight, and K. R. Cook had a pot luck luncheon Tuesday at the Hiett home, then spent the afternoon playing bridge; and in the evening they had a waffle supper when their husbands were also present, O, B, & Regular Meeting Tuesday Silver Urn Chapter Order of the Eastern Star will hold their regular meeting and a white elephant party next Tuesday eve* ning, Jan. 16, in the Masonic ball with the new Worthy Matron, Mrs, Margaret Buttmann, Jo, charge, Mrs, Summers Gives Luncheon' Mrs, J, N. Summers entertain-. ed sixteen ladies at a dessert luncheon at her home Friday att* ernoou, The guests also brought gifts for a shower for Louise Hiett wfeo was recestiy HILLSDALB ,, C. AUjy M«etin» The Rural jnjprgvemeBt club St the HlUsdaJe cowmunlty held their first all day meeting of y«»r We4ues4sy of last tb9 Hlllsdftle Qburcb, a,a4 their tbe pot luc& 4iniier eerred at R»en, The regular meettug of bel4 sod tbe fives is t&« sail. My favorUe la the Piiy, Ma4a&je BraQi'e 8bop. la tfee cast were: Vwl MeMtthlll, Aytrg, Mra, Pr«4 Qruile, Mrs, JM» , T ? I* Ht»twy of J»»u»ry , Mil.. Safe Driving Hint 4fk& "t •"M 1 itita&^i ^r£&t*HrM TMtiiBi Vw IwWH *HJvOT T VBldv W|pl* Church Courtesy f6i*l*6It highway iWMW*tiAl Itti *W-f«Mdfred kind *=* that existed tft f»6f i* AM frttgtf &y*«w{rt prevent many ' Wbett'yotr rneet anoint fellow at aft intersection, don't insist on the right of way. If h« kftdwS W« h*v* Jt, fine, but if he ii W »tt afgarnentitive fftdrdd aft aeeidefit will result unless 6fte of yea ghr«s Iti gracefally. : • ' , » . . Give the pedesf H4« a break. £«fi thenfh he fnay be In the wrong. Slow dowfl ind let htfrl CfSS* tri* Street »a«ly- tlie mildest Wiannefed m«Llf* 6tten selfisli teors when they get behtftd the wh*el. SelnshftM* 4ny%here « a vice, but on the highway, where life tftd lifftb tr* it jrtake, it is doubly vicious. EMERSON Roy B. Ongeler. Pastor the Ladles' circle win meet with Mrs. R. W. Salyers at 2:30 p. ». today (Thursday). the choir win practice la the parsonage at t:80 p. nt. Saturday. Services next Sunday will be as follows: Sunday school at 10 and worship at 11 a. m.; vesper service at 6 p. m.; and the young peoples' gathering at 6:30 p. tn. The Sermon subject In the morning will be "A Mutual Need." There was quite a group ot young people out last Sunday to take part in the evening of devotions and social fellowship. It was decided last Sunday evening to have a similar get-together next Sunday. The time of beginning Will be 6:30 instead ot 6 p. m. The luncheon menu will be the same as last Sunday. Each person is asked to bring sandwiches again. Examination* lor Enteraon Poat Off lee A Civil Service examination will be held in Red Oak sometime in February for candidates for the position of post matter in Emerson which comes under the Civil Service rules. All applications tor the position must be on file in Washington, D. 0. on or before Jan. 19, and the date of examination will be announced later. Emerson State Bank Releases Another»20% Effective Jan, 11 the Emerson State bank wilt release the remaining twenty per cent of the time certificates retained by the bank. Present your certificates and get your release, Emerson O. E. S. Initiatea ,_ Four Candidates Monday The Order of the Eastern Star met Monday evening for their regular meeting. There were four candidates initiated into the order; Mrs. Mable Whitney, Mrs. Pauline Mart, Misses , Dorothea Lakln, and Kathleen Williams, wn'a jpost* master, returried^jaon- day from a several days vacation and visit with her daughter In Council Bluffs. Mrs. Gibson's vacations have been few and far between so this was greatly appreciated. Carl Nelson from south of Emerson handed us a couple of dollars Monday to keep The Leader coming to them another year with the remark that "he wouldn't get any peace at home until be did," 'Well we certainly appreciate the Interest of the family and we rather think that Car) is just a little interested in the paper too. Bar} Harmon will bold his big public sale at his home on the Cramer farm north of Emerson Jan, 84. Watch tor further an- noimcement. / Miss Mary Arneel wa«4n Bed Oak Saturday afternoon, s Jack Brans left Wed»es4ay for Lexington, Mo. to resume bis studies at Wentwprtb Military Academy after spending three weeks vacation bore with bis par* eats, Mr, and Mrs, J, L, fiv^ns, Mr, and Mrs. B, B. Good and son, Bftlpb, were QounciJ Bluffs visitors — There will be a regular neaa meeting of tfef Leti I»rtOR Un}t No. 675 Frtflay at 8580 p, BJ, at the ftome of MTI, Fo Members please Mart |e« far Monday evenSag, Miss Bertfea Craves 66Ue<J to Peru, Nebr. Sunday m dfatb o« h«r fatter. $4 wn taafe h$ p to. few- hew, Mra. Jobu oarjMja bat MRfi,ne4 to ber be4 tbe p§,at two w«b stow irooWfe £***** ttfa* mm ot fe$f« of m 8rst m law at Iffiw twu 18 IP Mtt fftvw of The towft twffls played tba third «M Uia *0tt by Mr». A- fi, W. R. C. InsUlla Officers *t Seaaton Held Saturday The Woman's Relief Corps No. 814, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, met in regular session Saturday afternoon. The officers tor the coming year were installed, Mrs. Artie Smith being installing officer. The officers: President, Pearl Wllklns; senior vice president, Thursa Edle; junior vice president, Rosa Clttes; secretary, Cora B. Comer; treasurer, Ida Belle Stokes; chaplain, Roberta Kellenbarger; conductor, Nellie Burton; assistant conductor, Myrtle Edie; guard, Kate Hicks; assistant guard, Luella Qllmorej patriotic instructor, Carrie Thomas; press correspondent, Mildred Butcher; musician, Ola Karris. Color bearers: first, Signa Tengstrom; second, Edna Orayson; third, Segria Ellison; fourth, Minnie Wbisler. After > the work a pot luck luncheon was served. There was a good attendance. A communication was read from the Perkins hospital acknowledging the. toys sent at Christmas time,. Also one from the Old Soldiers'; home at Mar- ahaUtown for pada and Jam. vitiThe corps ^wlshe^vto thank the following who helped with the supper and bazaar: A. W. Shanor, H. 0. Kicks, Lyle Wllkins, Ernest Drahelm, Tommy Douglas, E, B. Comer, Lowell King, Bert elites, and Chas. Vestal; also Huntsman Bros, who donated the coffee. The next meeting will be held Jan. ^0 and memorial services will be held for our comrade, John Moats, Wayne Hayes spent Sunday with his parents in Corning. Mrs, R, 0. Knight, Ralph and Helen and Mrs, Dessa Cole and daughter, Maxine, spent Sunday in the home ot the former's daughter, Mrs. Hal Wyland, in Harlan, The United states scrapped thirty-three ships aggregating over 885,000 tons under the Washington and London naval treaties. Baptist Church The second Sunday ot the New cear is here. Are you still think ing about what you are to do about making the Sunday schools and churches a success in Mai* vern? It cannot be done without your help. Many are boasting "We do our part!" But how? Are you doing it for the churches? You have a chance to build up what i* a necessary part of the community. Sunday morning the pastor begins a series of sermons on God. Sttbjeet thl* Sabbath morn, "The Existence of God." The evening service will be held in the lecture room; the time Will be 7, and the service will last one hour. Henry Dale White, Minister Sunday school at 10. Morning worship at 11. The theme for the morning is Living Bread." The Communion of the Lord's Supper is to be celebrated at this service. All members ot the church and congregation are urged to be present at this first Sacrament of the new year. We were happy to have with us on Sabbath last, as soloist ot the morning, Miss Hatel H. Conner who sang "How Beautiful Upon the Mountains" by F. Flax- ner Harker, When the Italian cabinet meets, and Mussolini calls him self to order, he is a quorum and something more, — Cincinnati Times-Star. From 1921 to 1980 we paid foreign nations six billions ot dollars for transportation of our goods and citizens in foreign vessels. Owing to freatiy ctntafted aJF proprfatfons for iprnnery praetfe* it has ftoen necessary to cancel the annual battle fere* of out fleet. ires A full line of standard size tires ready to give you a foil quota of miles. We not only tell the tire and flee that It's property mounted, but Stand back ot It's service. Batteries Anti-Freeze Car Repairing At thi Lowetl Potiill* Prict., Mills County Chevrolet Co. Frank Juelke, Mgr. IF you have Anything to sell List with us and bring to our Saturday Public Sales We have the buyers, who have the cash. We have the most successful auction sales in Southwest Iowa. List your stuff by Tuesday if possible so we can advertise it in The Leader. Andy J. Berkhimer Malvern Sale Barn Good Printing Good Printing is the art of combining tbe right type with the right ink with tbe right paper to most effectively emphasize the message to be printed, The Malvern Leader guarantees to printing to be good,

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