The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on December 19, 1946 · Page 3
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THE MALVERK LEADER* MALVERN, IOWA, DECEMBER t» t t94B PAGE THREE NEWS OF EMERSON * l9nu « , Dterw conceralns Emeri|oB and EBrg , Dterw the welfare of Emergoa and lu Auxiliary Introduces at, December Mectlne American Legion Auxiliary ts December meeting last at the Legion hall. There good attendance. The cour- _.ialrman, Mrs. Frank vie, reported having sent cards to members 111 during the nt Dinner Sunday The Misses Grace and Leona Dlxon. Joyce Thomas and Snpt. Frank Shaw entertained the Emerson school faculty and Mr. and Party Battrrday Night A surprise oyster supper and farewell was Riven Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beals Saturday night as they are moving soon over south of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Brings of Omaha spent Snnday here with Mrs. Ida Briggs and other relatives. Mr*. Ray Huntsman who has heen ill tbe past six weeks was able to he out again Monday. Eric Cox sailed Sunday from San Francisco, Cal., to continue his missionary work in China. Mrs. Harvey Smith and daughter Kay were called to Fulton, Kan., due to the death of Mm. Smith's mother, Mrs. Katherlne Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Cole left Sunday for Portland. Ore., to visit Mrs. Cole's sister, Mrs. Walter Huwaldt. and brother, Ward Jones. From there they will go to Los Angeles, Cal.. to visit Mr. Cole's daughter, Mrs. Ruby Williams. They plan to be gone about a month. Lester Carson of McCook, Neb., is spending the holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Careon. and other relatives. birthday BP v P r a several ' - Mrs. Karle Crawford at a 1 o'clock Red Oak. The group also present- dinner Dixon home. ~ — ••••"-•" in UUIILIK ine uixon nome. A past month. Mrs. M. G. Kinports and gift exchange expressed appreciation for cour- ~* "-- '— tesles at the time of Mr. Vance's at the Christmas tree was a feature ; l contribution to the Sist P r Kenny polio fund drive. ROXPB for the "Gift for Yanks" nrnlpr-f u-nro tn ^.e. n *ni\ j t. once The local ovmta of thrf box** WB« tn », 0 ,J m i , MI St fund TM. nlan w«ri i * ated * hospitalized veteran to receive a gift on Christmas. With the present overflow In veteran hospitals the need Is as great as in war The annual practice of sending home-made candy to the Des Moines hospital will be taken Rev. Clare H. lion*, Minister Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship service, Christmas sermon. 11:15 a. m. Sunday. 7:30 p. m., Christmas program by' Sunday school. The Christmas missionary offering will be taken at that time also. till sometime 4n January, announ- of meeting In the New Yearr. The time for choir practice will be announced Sunday or after the Christmas program. The Wednesday Spiritual life meeting will not meet this month announcement will be made in ed them with a gift. Due to the icy roads a number could not be present. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Porter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Thrapp and son. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hevern and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ruseell Car- mlchae! and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Lang and family. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bowen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Culver and sons, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. McLaln A surprise birthday supper supper was enjoyed honoring Mrs. C. H. McLaln was enjoyed last Wednesday night. M. O. Kinports has come to spend the holidays with his family. last Friday night at the home of Mr. and J|rs. M. D. Lang honoring Mrs. Lang's sister. Miss Lenore Crawford. Texas Skies Open Up, Juke Boxes Blare, Gnats Bite and Tubbs' Cross Lone Star State care of by Mrs. W. L. Honeyman January as to time ot meeting. and Mrs. H. E. Greenwood who A «peoUl called session of the Baptist Church »«. C. H. 8h*nklln, Pastor gund gchoo , lo a . m . Morning worship 11 a. m. . a Christmas message. Christmas program 7:30 day evening. We welcome you to our service with Sun- I»r. and Mr*. R. II. Tnnb* of Kmerson lond- ed their cnr mid headed by a rlrenitoiiA route for I>attnn« lleitrh, Cal. We ««ke<l Dr. Tubbs, who Is A shrewd observer of the American scene, to send us an account of their travels. This \* the second Installment of the letter written by Dr. Tiibbs: Now as to southern Louisiana, it was more of the same — Jungles and swamps, only worse, so take It right along with Mississippi. It's alright with us. Farther west in Louisiana are stopped at a comfortable court in Victoria. In a nearby apartment there were some who had doubtless heen in the rain but yet were trying to overcome the Interior dryness, and they chortled loud In ghoulish glee but finally slept. That's more than the music box did. Next morning we realized from appearances of the slderoads and fields that the storm had been very heavy and did some damage but did not Interfere with travel. After bypassing Corpus Chrlstl we soon entered the territory of the great King ranch, through Friday, Dec. 27 Hastings Community Building 8:30 P. M. Adm. SOc PRIZES FOR BEST COSTUMES SQUARE AND ROUND DANCES GAMES AND REFr.:"HMENTS Presented by HASTINGS WOMAN'S CLUB . . . and Mrs. H. E. Greenwood who A «peoUl called session of the A coat of ice formed here late Farther west in Louisiana are wh , ch you travel about 100 m) ies volunteered to make fudge and annual conference and lay leaders Saturday afternoon causing peo- tne mlleg an ,i miles ot the big and Jugt gee a wno i c J 0 t of noth- dlvlnlty. A sugar stamp was fur- l8 calle d f r Tuesday, Jan. 7, at pie to be cautlouB in their step gugar cane plantations with seem- )ng but a few catlle and an oc . nlslied the unit for this purpose. D «" Moines. and driving, the highway men lngly enough sweetness for the CRglonBl man on horseback. Occa. A new phase of work being Introduced Is the mental health program and Mrs. John Parker Mrs. Mary B. Gibson has ac. cepted a position as bookkeeper was appointed chairman to study and clerk In the Huntsman Bros. grocery. She started work Monand promote the plan. were called out to clnder the h1 " 8 and curves. Mr.. Brtelta Sawyers and Mrs. F D. Sawyer, attended .the R. 1 . club meeting In Olenwood Iwt ,„ lngly enough sweetness for the world; and then a bunch of cheap politicos say, "No, no, mustn t touch .,. W hen one travels through our BO uth and sees n""™** DB , eg of cotton — a bale Is 600 CRglonBl man on horseback. Occa- glonallv he , B dr ivlng « truck and hftg the horge , n a trailer. Raymond.- V J* to ?m el iy *MeA thi onion Till.. f "™« c » e * D n at a future meeting. The business meeting was ad- Journed and refreshments were served by Mesdamea M. D. Lang, Kenneth McMasters. Stub Wll- kenson, Ray BeaU and Henry BurmeUter. The Emerson Women's Relief Corps meets Friday. There will be seven Initiated. Sally Kinports, Mary Mae Parker and John Barns came In Tuesday from Ames to spend the her A .bridge party was enjoyed Tuesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Honeyman. Mrs. Helen Oripp plans to spend Christmas with relatives in Missouri. Supt. Shaw will go to Odebolt for the holidays. Coach Dale Black leaves Friday for his home in South Carolina. The Asbury club met last Thursday with Mrs. Marlon Fender. Mrs. Lottie Thrapp returned to home here Sunday after holiday with home folk. T. E. SHONKA, M. D. Physician »nd Burgeon CWtee a ADom MMrth ot EmprcM Theater Phone.: Oft. 4191, Res. 4343 ..„. ......~ ----- ----- . ----spending several days in the horn of her sister. Mrs. L. R. Miller, near Henderson. Mrs. Bob Hogzett and son of Des Moines are visiting in the Miller home. Mrs. Quentln Johnson and baby Linda Kay came home Friday ,trom the Red Oak hospital. Mr/, Johnson's cousin. KatherlUe •will be Sunday morning, Dec. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Cole of Dresden. 8. D., have been visiting In the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Shoop. • Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McPheron and two children of Glenwood were supper guests Friday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Greenwood and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Snodgrass and daughters attended the wedding of the former's niece. Miss Harmon, at the Hlllsdale church Sunday night. abroad can get away wun wnai they are ' ooln «' . d , t Out or ^"' 8 ' ana * , . 7^rl mTl«. west ot Orange (Sena- three miles west ot "range l«»n» to ' "'• all night cafe There was one ot those musical i with the German- name on it into which some half-wit puts nickels — which they did all night. Next morning we started full s » ™" ss S , , We noted ag ln all our journey th(U foj . one or anotner reason, crops and properties have been neg iected during the wartime and that it will take less and prac t| ce and more sense and less mechanical injury (mark the word) to put tbe country ,„ good condition. We ,, to mftke a ghort report of our two weeks stay in the valley: U was overrun with tour- All along the route the purple sage and various kinds of wild flowers which bloom In the tall brightened the landscape. Those bushes of purple sage In bloom are very beautiful In a part of the world which might seem drab to some folks. And the sight of occasional range-riding cowboys all along the highway reminded us ot Zane Grey's book, "Riders of the Purple Sage," for It was painted on the panorama before us. » and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ste- pnens and tamUy were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. Ella Stephens. ,It will be greatly appreciated , a. well as Improve the telephone . ' . onsons . service if patrons 'will please use ; -ttad Hoagland. of Stanton is staying their directories as there are new fle| operators at the board. to Texas sky ^ had a frown, and jhoosi L,: it soon b egan to rain Never knew Texas .to do things except t •» * «« JJ ^ «o hat '« ^e way it rjned^ Attar aveling part of J B *£££ e £5.. nnr ^Vfe we sel- ;". or ^ r efo?e we scenery, taeretore we Ing the SMOKED PICNIC HAMS 45c Ib. SLICED BACON 72clb. GRADE "A" BEEF ROAST 42c Ib. Red Cherries Pitted No. 10 Can 1.98 GRADE "A" ROUND STEAK SSclb, quarters were scarce and undesirable. The weather was muggy hot and when we fanned the gnats and mosquitoes away from our eyes long enough to look around we decided for the first time that we did not care to winter on the Rio Grande. In spite • of many good friends there, including W. A, Smith, his daughter Barbara and her husband, John Ford, we decided to leave. Art said he was listed for the annual deer hunt and promised us venison. I told him it all depended on the age of the buck. We did not wait but doubtless today he is sitting up In a tree on the ranch waiting for a poor old buck to come strolling by! Having wqrd from' our good friends here that they would hold an apartment for us, we started across Texas, which is a long trip. First night we stopped at Del Rio. We found fine new highway construction up along the Rio Grande since we. had last passed that way and many things along the route for the entertainment or comfort of travelers. Texas is a friendly place to friendly people but is no place for the "holier than thou" sort ot beings who don't belong anywhere. Del Rio has a delightful winter climate, clear and sunny, and seldom down to freezing, and is a very clean, modern city. It seems to be quite clean .of quack doctors since Brinkley was squeezed out some years before he died. The trip westward from Del Rio is marked with some interesting points. The great canyon gorge of the Pecos is unexpected In a section with that terraine. Beyond this the highway builders put what they call a courtesy loop through Langtry, the town of Roy Bean, sell-styled "Law west of the Pecos," In pioneer days. They have left the buildings as they were, even to the empty whiskey barrels on the porch. (I guess they were empty). From here on It's a cattle range country which Improves as we approach the Davis mountains north ot the Big Bend. This section is being developed Into a national park as it borders the Rio Grande river Just across from Mexican territory, which I understand Is also to become a park area. In this section of Texas the famous Marta Hereford Cattle association raises the finest possible range cattle because they will not. permit mongrel stock In that section. Through the years vast fortunes have been made and saved by those cattlemen's families. At Alpine we decided to take a new route so turned at the corner of the State Teachers college campus and followed the highway toward Ft. Davis, the site of the old pioneer days. This Is really a fine trip and I suggest it, except in winter, Instead of the other by Marfa. Do not do it In winter as they have heavy snow in the Davis mountains. The scenery is very interesting, the fertile valleys are full of cattle and around the homes are seen some fruit trees that look quite healthy where they have had any care. There is a small astronomical observatory on one of tbe mountains and from various signs and tracks through the mountains I assume It's quite a playground for students from the State Teachers college. After we had passed the county seat town of Ft. Davis we began to talk over the stopping place for the night. Friend wife studied the map and Interpreted the fact that no very good place seemed probable unless we swung around by Marta or made the long trip to Van Horn. As I am allergic to night driving wo decided to Just drift on and hope. Soon after we drove out of the hills we came to a Junction corner named Toyahvale. Suddenly we realized it had a familiar look and that we passed It last spring. We had been at Balmorrhea State park where there i» one of the largest known man-made outdoor swimming pools. The water Is supplied by an enormous spring. H enters a canal and eventually is used to Irrigate a large section of the big flat valley where alfalfa, cotton and other crops are raised. At the park also Is a large auto court, so here by the gurgling waterfall In the canal we were very comfortable. In summer season doubtless the park has many visitors but Just then It was not crowded. Supper was available at the dining hall. The lady said. "What would you folks like? I don't have anything but "steak." We kept our faces straight and said, "If that's all you have we will try to struggle along with it." Now it OPA could have seen, the big tender steak (remember what I said of the Herefords), the vegetables and trimmings and then the big banana cobbler with cream on It for dessert, for a very reasonable price, they would have gnashed their teeth, torn their hair and then ordered supper themselves. The third and lust Installment of this letter will be published boon. Ink - O - Mtir marking pen — handy for marking with brush strokes on most surfaces, for lettering, drawing or other uses. See them at The Leader office. Get Your Holiday HAIRCUT ADAM'S BARBER SHOP HARRY ADAMS and FRANK SNYDER Cranberry Sauce 1 Ib. can 27c Urge Navel Orange* 12c Ib. Pumpkin No. ZVg can 22c HEADS LETTUCE, Sweet Potato*. 12c Ib. Orange, Orw»««'Qr*pefruit fruit Juice, 46 o» DOM'T FAIL TO IUY I tlHWT OF CHRISTMAS HUTS MRINWH .u ;,._ 45c "" Celery, Bunch 15c I5c See How Qwiek w»d Easy the Job of preparing Chri*tm»» Dinner C*w 8* FLAVORFUL MEALS We Have a Complete AMOrtment of Food* for Tho*« Holiday He«l» ocery Recapping Service We can service any tire for either passenger car or truck. Three - Five Day Service Standard OPA Price. Every Job Guaranteed PACE SERVICE CO. »> = *<• -VJF*-^ V ' ~afe~ -•*_ ^^^PTW*T^ MALVERN T- ft* JPi -is,

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