The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on February 8, 1934 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, February 8, 1934
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THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, FEBRUARY 8, 1934 PAGfc ores Malvern women drove to EnJerson Monday evening to attend the 0. B. S. benefit card party. Those going were: Mrs. Fred Bnttmann, Mrs. G. S. Bttcfett, Mrs. f. W. Gidley, Sirs. Fred Bttrbtt, and Mrs. L. A. Barkus. The women were gnests of the Mairern Worthy Matron, Mrs. Bnttmann. Hostess at Th«*t«- Dinner Miss Gladys Gilliland was hostess Monday evening at a three course dinner and theater party, regular Monday night feature of the Matvern Tea Room and the Empress Theater. Guests were the Misses Helen Marshall, Maree Kelly, Ruth Wylle, Valda Hurst, Bernice Can dell, Ethel Shook, and Inez Raines. Dutch Treat Dinner Six couples had a dutch treat dinner at 8:45 Monday evening at the itialvern Tea Room and afterward attended the show at the Empress Theater, They were Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Hlett, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Summers, Mr, and Mrs. 3, E. Randerson, Mr. and Mrs. J. R Hall, Mr and MfS. J. H. Beckwith, and Mr. and Mrs, E. W. Knight, Kntert&ind Sficiety Mrs, J. C. Slothower was hostess to the Presbyterian Social Union last Thursday afternoon. About . forty-five were present, several Invited guests from other churches being in the group. Delicious refreshments were served late in the afternoon. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. S. 8. Boord, Mrs. Paul Slothower, Mrs. Alice Keckley, Mrs. L. Z. Henry, and Misses Rebecca Brothers and Mae Churchill. Chens Club Met With Guy Lowery The Malvern Chess club held a tourney down at the home of Guy Lowery in Peaceville last Thursday evening and spent a very enjoyable evening with this fascinating game. Members present were: Guy Lowery, Raymond Lowery, P, C. McCord, L. Z. Henry, C. A. Johneon, Robert Wilson, Dale Morford and Paul Swoboda. Hosts at Pinner Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Dlllehay entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Short at a steak dinner Sunday •their ,b,omesouthwest of Malvern.! '' . Schoolmasters Have Annual Dinner A dinner was served the members of the Mills County Schoolmasters club at the Malvern Tea Room Saturday evening at 5:30. The dinner is an annual event held each year before the finals of the county basketball tournament. Twelve men attended the dinner. Have Luncheon at Tea Room A group who enjoyed a no host luncheon in tne Malvern Tea Room at 1:15 Wednesday were Mesdames E. C, Collins, C, S, Royce, H. A, Peardorff, Fred Durbin, T, W. Gidley, L, W, Boehner, Fred Farquhar, and G, 8, Bacrett. After the luncheon they played bridge at the home of Mrs,' Collins. Marrta WowMn the marriage of Mfss Bernice Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilson, and Marvin Woodfill, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Woodfill of Strahan, was consummated Thorsday, Feb. 1, at Rockport, Mo., Rev. H. H. Snider, Jtethodtst pastor, officiating. The happy conple were accompanied by Earl Bass and Miss Helen Chrtstensen of farklo college and all returned the same evening, and are receiving the congratnlatlons and good wishes of their many friends. The bride is one of Malvern's very nicest girls. She Is a graduate of Malvern high school and also attended school at Baylor College for Women and Iowa State University, graduating from the latter institution a year ago. This year she has been taking some advanced work Jn the University of Nebraska. The groom Is one of ouf progressive young farmers of southern Mills county. He is a graduate of Nebraska State University the past year. They will make their home on one of the Woodflll farms just south of Strahan, the Stan of Another Cuban Revolution? Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Northrup and children, Everett. Morton. and Marilyn, spent Friday eve- nine in the Dpnn Mcl>aln homo. Dean's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe McLaln. were a).=o present, Mr?. S. C. BulllnRton and rhll-j rlren and Mrs. W. M. Ketlentiar- j Rpr called on Mrs. Myrtle Shelley Thursday afternoon. Sherman Allen and Ward Cooper drove to Fremont Saturday where they attended a cattle sale. Alfred Cooper and family were Sunday visitors in the Walter Kellenbarper home. Mrs. Lucy Llddell was a dinner guest in the home of her daughter, Flora Allen, Monday. Mr.' and Mrs. Alfred Griffin and daughter, Edna, spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Will Small at Henderson. You Look at Ruth Donnelly's face as she finds her son and husbnnd in the company or those two notorious "Havana Widows," Joan Ulondel) nnd Olenda Farrcll. Seems to have put a damper on the party, doesn't It? These stars nnd many others as to be seen In "Havana Widows," First National's comedy hit beginning Sunday at the Empress Theater. Mr. nnd Mrs, O. L. Davis and daughter, NndltiP. of Lenox and Mr. nnd Mrs. R. W. Davis of Em- ercon were RUf-st? In the Oscar lionif Sunday. TKat a <ir*th penalty ht any person i'&n&Hrtg tnA method* of the >i!k worm industry enabled the Oil* fr, *, * § *0* I, ^ M*i ftlt^tfbtt A^«^^£ noM to Keep ineni MCTK for 2000 year*. The cuftura extend* 5000 years Into eta past, although the date assigned to Its beginning by the Chinese' is the reign of Emperor Huanf*tt 2366, B.C. t*O3ut IHrHflJ* IJMkMi' P. M, Cmlwell Weds Illinois Bride P. M. Cadwell, former known Malvern business well man, was married in Omaha, Jan. 24, to Mrs. Atirolla McCallister of Carthage, JU. The wedding took place at the First Methodist church In Omaha and was performed by the pastor, Dr. Brady. They will make their home for the present in Atlantic where Mr. Cadwell now has his headquar- EM E R SON Baptists Meld Annual Roll Call Sunday The annual roll call and meeting ot the Emerson Baptist church was held at the church last Sunday in an all day meeting. At noon a bountiful dinner was O. E. S. Sponsors Party ters while working for the fed- served and some 150 persons par- eral farm loan corporation. Malvern friends Join us in extending congratulations to Mr. Cadwell and best wishes to the happy bride, Fred Buttmann. Entertain Gureta at Dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Claude Matthews and daughter, Marilyn, of Woodbine, Mr, and Mrs. Austin Bass and son, Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Wilson and son, Charles, Mr* and Mrs. Will Bower and son, Ralph, and Miss Bernice Caudell ot Malvern were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Louis Bass. Auxiliary Sews Carpet Rags <" The American Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday afternoon of last week at the home of Mrs, Albert Nelson for a carpet rag sewing. There were but eight members present but they sewed together a nice lot of rags to send to the veterans' hospital at Knoxville where they will make them UP into rugs. At the close of the afternoon a delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Nelson, Entertains With Luncheon Mrs. E. W. Knight entertained eight guests at a 1:30 luncheon at her home Monday. Follow* ing the luncheon two tables were formed for bridge. Those enjoying this courtesy were Mrs. J, H. Beck'with, Mrs. J, N, Summers, Mrs. W. M. Hlett, Mrs, R, W. Mansfield, Mrs. Bruce Boehner, Mrs. M. S. Campbell, and Mrs. took ot the delicious viands. Following the dinner came the business session and election ot officers for the coming year. For these the following were chosen: Mrs. Nannie B. Post, clerk. Mrs. I. N. Cheney, chorister. Paul W. Richardson, financial secretary. I, N. Cheney, treasurer. Margaret Hatfleld, pianist, Elinore Cheney, first assistant. Joyce Salmons, second assistant. C. D. Greenwood, chairman finance committee. H. E, Greenwood, chairman trustees. Rev, J, F. Stille has been doing a splendid work as pastor the time he has been here and the church, is in excellent condition, How Many of You Know? New President Presides at Women's Relief Corps The Emerson Women's Relief An O. E. S. Benefit Bridge party was given at the Masonic hall Monday evening. A good time was reported and delicious refreshments were served. Out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. A. D, Tobias, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Cole, Mrs. Clnrk Coznrt, Mrs. Harry Holaday, Dr. nnd Mrs. Woodard, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Hossle ot Red Oak, Mrs. Bovls Sowers and Mrs. Merrll Crousc of Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Butcher, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph McPherron Jr. of Glenwood, Mes- damos Margaret Buttmann, G. 8. Eacrett, T. W. Gidley, L. A, Barkus, and Fred Durbln of Malvern. f> B. B. Combs drove to Omaha Thursday and brought Mra. Combs home from the Methodist hospital where she has been taking x-ray treatments for the past two weeks. There seems to be n notable Improvement although she Is still very weak from the effects of tho treatment. Sho will have to return in a few weeks for further examination. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Evans re- Farewell for Harry Evans Family Friday evening was church night at the Methodist church. It was also a farewell to the Harry Evans family, A program was given that was greatly enjoyed. Sandwiches, fruit salad, and cof- Jee was served to ,over 100 present. turned last Tuesday from a trip to Illinois whoro they visited relatives. Mrs. Frank Amos returned to her home at ParaRould, Ark. Tuesday after spending a week here with her sister, Mrs, Frank Edle. Miss Marjorie Brlggs has nc- ccpted a position in tho Holaday Beauty parlor in Rod Oak. Miss Brlggs received her diploma from the State Board in Des Molnes in December. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. H. Cramer. A Lincoln program will be given. A good attendance ia desired. CHAMPION HILL Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Good spent Sunday in Council Bluffs with j Mable Kellenbarger and daughter, Grace Ruth, spent Thursday afternoon with, her sister-in-law, Madge Parker, and daughter, M ar >' Mae. Those from our vicinity taking How many of y»u know when you drive up to a filling station and call for a good grade of oil for your motor that you get what you call for when it is pumped out of a barrel in b«lk?—or whether you get some cheap bootleg oil which will ruin your motor in a short time? You do, not know and thousands of motors have been ruined in Just this way. The Sinclair Refining company is putting their Opaline and Sinclair Oils out in one quart and five quart cans sealed at the refineries and opened before your eyes before,putting in your crankcase. The cans are mutilated and never used again —• without any increase in price — Opaline JJO cents a quart, Sinclair Pennsylvania, 85 cents » quart. Tbese two oils are used by 160 of America's leading railways; also used by the U. S. Navy »nd U. a Airways — the only oils used in. the V- B. Navy and Airways. When in Malvem drive into the Sinclair Station, and let us drain ftud refill your cr«nj?csse with either Qpaltue or Sinclair Pennsylvania Oils — the Oils that will ur nio^or start easier }« cold, weather, as all the petroleum Jelly is tftken out ot these two oils, and it will hold its body better in hot weatber than jnost oils, as very few oils Stave the petroleum jelly tftke» «ut, A geo-d way to te» if the petroleum, jelly is tafcea out ia to ta¥a £»• 50, s»4 40 S, A. B. grades, put them, in test bottles, leave tftegj cut pa a c*>W »J«M or is the ice too* au4 see it they flow Jsse, You ¥l» *ad tfeat there is wot oae bra»4 of oil in, tea that «ill flow wttfe ths gittolVir Qpaliae or 8J»cJatr Pennsylvania o}!f ia HOW W*»tt>er, AJ«i flH your gas. tat* w«h ttM» ww SUWlftir H. (3. gas.- will «(¥» yo« wMkw start lag, m* »otor will rua vawoUwr W «ttw *6S W m ja the«e strong sUterneaU 1* their daughter, Mrs. Iva Brunow. j the eighth grade examinations K, on A iii » ,1, Two car loads of Baptist young this year at Walnut school under Corps No. 214. Auxiliary to the, j fl to Red Oak Sunday the direction of Miss Winnifred Grand Army of the Republic, met » », * fc t , , „ y King were Marion Parkel . ( rj aUas in regular session Saturday, Feb. BVUmuB vu ""•" **" 3. The new president, Pearle Wil- klns, did splendid in her new work, having most ot her work memorized. It was decided to have Mrs. Kate Hicks piece a quilt for the Corps. All members having good color-fast print pieces please bring same to the next meeting or hand to the president, Mrs. Gilbert Cheney who is ill at Glenwood will be given a card shower; also Mrs, Scott Edle of Hastings, who fell and broke her arm. This will help to cheer these good members. Mrs. Leona elites was taken in as a member of the Corps and welcomed by the members, A letter from Mrs. Jack Landers of Omaha was read inviting members to a masquerade there. Anyone wishing to go report to the president. A pot luck luncheon will be served at the next meeting, Feb. 17, in honor of Lincoln's and Washington's birthdays. A short program will be given. The following birthday committee -will be In charge of the luncheon; Mrs. Ola Farrjg, Mrs, Cora Comer, Mrs. Kama McMullin, Mrs. Segrla Ellison, Mrs, Sadie Carr, Mrs. Jessie Webb, Mrs. Fay 'Winters, anij Mrs, Robert barger. Seven Take Examination for Emersaa Pott There seem to be plenty of candidates for tos gasUlou of post master of gm.ersaa to P. U, meeting held there. Mrs. L. Huntsman is the proud possessor of a beautiful black bearskin rung sent her recently by her son, Carl, who Is out In Dubois, Wyo. It was taken from a bear killed by Carl and is a fine specimen. It is now on display in the window of the Huntsman Bros, grocery. • Mr, and Mrs. James Frohn and family of Red Oak spent Sunday in the L. E, Rice home. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Carson and family of Omaha spent Sunday in the borne of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Carson. Mrs. L. B. Ivie left Tuesday for her home at Pavis City after spending two weeks here in the home of her mother, Mrs. Grace Crawford. • The President's Ball given Tuesday evening in the opera house was a successful affair. There was good music and a good attendance. A big cake donated by the Peterson bakery in Omaha was sold at auction by W. H. Cramer, The proceeds sent to headquarters was $33.50, H. F, Cheney and son, James, •were Red Oak visitors Saturday- Miss Marjorle Taylor who teaches at St. Charles, and Miss Winnifred Hatfleld who teaches j at Peru came home together Friday night to spend the week end with their respective parents. A number pf Emerson people attended the basketball tournament »t Malvern the last of the Noel, and Wayne Dlehl. Georgia, Laurence, and Florence Hatfield visited the Emerson high school Wednesday with their cousins, Earl and Doris Bishop. Several from here attended the sale in Malvern Saturday afternoon. Red Oak visitors Saturday were Carrie McLain and daughters, Pearl and Velma, Francis and Madge Parker, Frank and Flora Kochersperger, Lon and Laurence Hatfleld and Mel Berrlman. Mrs. P, N, LiddelJ and son, Virgil, bad business in Oakland Friday afternoon, We were glad to welcome Edith Parker back to her duties as teacher in our Sunday school after an absence of several Sundays on account of the injury of her son, Hadley. He is getting along very nicely. Mr, and Mrs. Lou Hatfleld and children, Georgia, Laurence, and Florence, spent Thursday evening in the Henry Wookey home. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bullington and sous, Wayne and Max, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Keiieubarger, and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Shelley ook well flUed lunch baskets and went to the Alfred Griffin home ceed Mrs. Mary B. Qtb&Qn whose term of office expires soon, In ag, dHton to Mrs. Qlbftot* wbe is a r&centiye cjiBSUdftie lor tbe place the JoUowiag neyea u&ve taken which was b,e]4 Re4 Qak last Mrs, Mau^a 8tt»w, Mrs. Or* Oou«l*»« Mr*, A, I. . 0. Oksttey, em Margaret Whitney came borne of uw OUhwt two * » rel»tji¥fi» In Ql rplm «f a* lu&l auiiidft of ™?T f «T**' >HF ' *«* 4o*» 1« «»4 Miss Martha suite came honie last week to visit her parents, Rev. a»d Mrs- J. F. StUle,, while she is convalescing from recent operation- Mrs, B- W. Eikias was a Red Mrs. B«y- shopper Saturday. L. CUtefli aud Mrs. CittwliBent Wfttawfty to Go ^ ft " them anni- Tuesday evening to help celebrate the seventeenth versary o£ their wedding. The Srlffins were surprised but never ;heless enjoyed the occasion. They say it was not a "Roosevelt Ball." Califf from South Dakota visited Hadley Parker Saturday evening. were grieved to , learn that Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Bishop were bereaved Friday morning when their new bom babe was taken from, them to be forever with the Lord. We sympathise with these parents and although we tbe little one is eufe with our H§ftv«»ly Father, "For pf such la the Kingdom of Heaven," there i» » place that never oau be Ulled lu their liven. May Qo4 comfort uod We** from here aHeudlBg tUe to«rH»w«ttt io TUu»»(iay ftl»W were ttoldeu Uagry Mpt iwfti •IMi Ml ^WM*4 Just Unpacked! A now bright nrray of Flttli Avenue's Now Spring DRESSES Bright Prints Nnvys Bright Colors New Flappy Sleeves Snappy Jnbos ... at the unbelievably Low price •785 f ' SWAGGER SUITS A fow samples of ultra-smart swnggery suits in now. New shipments dally. 12 95 A few DUK88KH, FAltL SILK values to $0,90 . closed out at only to be $0 98 88 25 WINTKU COATS . . . orlg. to $18.50 ... to be closed out at only New Spring House and Street WASH FROCKS $195 Seersuckers, Cordulettes, Pique Voiles, Broadcloths, Roman and Candy Stripes, Checks, Figures, etc. Sizes U to 62. and $095 The largest stock of corsets Mills County ever possessed See them Announcing the arrival New Spring foundation Garments by Warner's $2,50 to $10 Warner's Voutli Lastex —• Two Way Stretch — the only one that will give perfect satisfaction. Try one for yourself! Clearance of Warner's Foundation Garments Manufacturer's piscoiUlnued Numbers Flash! Flash! Values to $3.95 Coraelettes — Girdles TUe very style you are now wearing way be Hmy gftrwsut perfect, ISO -!

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