The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on February 6, 1947 · Page 7
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MALVERN. IOWA, FEBRUARY 6 , ,947 NEWS OF EMERSON n and Bmertonians. Thlj dnnnrrrrm> <. x«....^ . th« »«lf*re of Emerson and lu commnnlty Irs. Gertrude Lang Diet Iddenly at Home of Son •Mrs. Gertrude Lang who was |ltinK her son George in Cres- dled suddenly Tuesday. No heral arrangements have as yet pn made. in Sorvlreft for Day •mjrer Observance ('hnnipion Hill The Day of Prayer will be ob- Ivrd at the Champion Hill hrch with two services under auspices of the two Emerson torches and the Champion Hill jirch. The Her. Theodore Epp Ithe "Back to the Bible" broad- it in Lincoln, Neb., will have of these, hold one at 2 Emerson Baptist Church R". C. H. Shanklln, Pll .,tor Sunday, Feb. 9: Sunday school, 10 a. m Morning worship, 11. Evening worship, 7:30.'Songs and praise service. Men's choir. Message by pastor. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m . Mid- de * Hospital in Red Oak Jan. 31 J- R. (Jack) Sullivan paesed away at the Murphy Memorial hospital in Red Oak Jan. 31 after an illness of several months. High mass was given by Rev. _ •• •• v• Jii. iTi iu _ _. o • • i» «* wj JVC*. week meeting. Calling our work- J ' Jj ' M «ckin Monday at 10 a. m ers together on our Mission Crusade. Our Mission Crusade drive will continue for a few more days as cold and stormy days of last week slowed up our workers. We are nearlng our goal. But will need your help. Try and have your Sift In by Sunday. Annual church business meet---—"»«• -*-.». wu u noin^rrio 1116 vi~ observing the Day of Pray- '"B held Sunday with a good at- Irvnnnt- ^ • 1 « _ .._ i -. — J ... _ . O"VJM QI land one at 7:30 p. m. which ll be a regular church service, fbably of the evangelistic or- All churches and everyone erested are invited and wel- ne. tendance. All bills paid and a fine spirit of fellowship as we start our new church year. We need each member and friends of our church to make 1947 one of our best. Ernest Decker has been ap- Inted marshal, taking the place I Ed Farrls. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bailey are the parents of twin boys born Friday. CRANE PLUMBING Boilers, Oil Burners, Water Supply Systems SUNBEAM FURNACES Winter Air Conditioning 100,000 BTU CHRYSLER AIRTEMP Oil Fired Unit, in stock t Correct Installation J. R. CARDWELL la. rf ""*• » v a. Ill. St. Marys church in Red Oak The body was then shipped to Tulsa, Okla., where it was laid to rest In Rose Hill cemetery. Mr. Sullivan was born at Lock- Port, N. T.. on July 14, 1884. He was married in 1920 to Corlnne Melton at Tulsa, Okla. Two children were born to them, Marllon and Sonny. Beside his immediate family he leaves an aunt, Mrs John McLaughlln. of New York City and two nephews. His life's work has always been engineering and construction and he spent 30 years with the Worthington Co. For some time he has been associated with the Natural Gas Pipeline Co. of America and the last six years were spent as repair foreman at the compressor station at Emerson. He has made many friends during his stay here and will be greatly missed by the men who worked with him. His ready wit and impartial fairness were always appreciated by those with whom he came in contact. He dearly loved bis family and no sacrifice was too great for him to make for his children. For him his passing has brought welcome relief from many months of suffering. But through It all he has been very patient and ever had a kind word and a bright smile for friends who visited him. Pallbearers for the service held Jn Red Oak were Paul Nelson, Dale Daugherty, Harry Bines, Marlln Wilkinson, Everett Waymire and Patrick Burns. E. B. Comer was the undertaker In charge. C%nrrh flare JI. Boos. MtnM/T Sunday school. 10 a. m. We noed to boost the attendancp at Sunday school. We are falling down on this, if every family would make a special effort to attend our attendance would be up where It should be. Morning worship service at 11:15. This is boy scout Sunday and the scouts and their leaders will attend in a body. The pastor will bring a special sermon for this occasion. We ask that our people plan to attend church this Sunday and encourage the boys by your presence. The regular Sunday night fellowship gathering will be this Sunday, Feb. 9, at 7:30 p. m. Let each family do their best to attend and enjoy the evening together. Refreshments will be served by the committee at the close. The stewardship program of the church calls for a 60 per cent increase in attendance at the church service. We can reach this goal if we try. Come to church next Sunday and set a good example for your neighbor. The quarterly conference conducted by Dr. Goodwin, the district superintendent, will be the first Sunday morning in March. A good deal of money Is needed to have a good report for the conference. We ask that all the members and friends of the church help that there will be a good report. PAGE SEVEN Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Erkley attended the KMA show Thursday at Malvern. Mr». Goorpe Jones and MrsTw. D. Lang went to DPR Moines Sanday to attend the American Le- pion Auxiliary convention there Monday. They arcomnapied Lt Gov. and Mrs. K. A. Evans to Des Moines and were guests of theirs. Mrs. E. R. Birdsall of West Des Moines and Mrs. K. A. Evans were to attend the convention also. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Amo«! Smith wont to Carson Sunday to help Mrs. w. n. Smith rel^hrato her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Georpe Jones nnd daughter Arlene and Mr. and Mrs. Amos Smith were entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner in the home of Mr. and Mi-V. C. H. Am- Ick in Henderson Saturday evening In honor of Mr. Amick who was celebrating his birthday an- nlversarv. *IMOGENE* Former Imogens Woman Dies In Omaha Mr. and Mrs. Matt O'Brien and daughter Mary were called to Omaha from Washington, D. C., to attend the funeral of Mrs. O'Brien's sister. Mrs. Loretta Born. 51, who died from injuries received Jan. 1 from being hit by a car while waiting for a street car. Mrs. Born will be remembered here as Loretta Kennedy. She Is survived by six children, four daughters and two sons, her husband, several sisters and one brother. Funeral services were held last Tuesday at 10 a. m. at St. Johns Catholic church In Omaha. St. Patricks Itazanr to bo Holtl Feb. n and If) Plans are well on the way for St. Patricks annual bazaar which will be held Sunday and Monday. Feb. 9 and 10. A chicken dinner will be served Sunday, also supper Monday. The last mass Sunday will be at 10:30 a. m. Instead of the usual time. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. The Christian Home Aid Society will meet Thursday, Feb. 20, at the home of Mrs. J. F. Shelley. Mrs. Walter elites wili he co-hostess. Mrs. Mary B. Gibson has given up her work In the Huntsman grocery and Miss Verna Mae Burroughs IS working there. Word has come that Mrs Laura Hodge passed away Sun- Mr. ,and Mrs. Gene O'Brien went from here to attend the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Matt O'Brien who were spending the winter with their daughter in Washington, D. C.. will remain here. Entertain Addy Families «t a IJIrtlidny Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Addy entertained the Addy families at a birthday dinner Friday evening in honor of Mrs. B. R. Butcher day at Genoa, Neb. She has many who was celebrating her birthday. relatives here and has visited in Emerson a number ol times. "" It was a surprise for Mrs. Butcher. Present were Mr. and Mrs. John Oatis, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Addy and family, Miss Maurice Addy, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Butcher and daughter Margaret. Mr and Mrs. A. E. Addy and Miss Eileen of Omaha could not be present. Flobbli- Sorrnson Seriously Hurt Const Inn Ice and snow brought fine coasting for the young folks and children in Imogene. Flaies were put 'out on the highway near the, hardware store and the long hill south of the hardware store but several have been hurt. Dick James and Jack Leahy received minor bruises but Bobbie, eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sorenson, was seriously injured and was rushed to the Hand hospital where he still remains a patient. His leg was severely cut between the knee and ankle. The sled he was on ran Into a pile of discarded lumber and Iron from the old scale house of the elevator which was piled near the office. The World Day of Prayer sery. Hm W i U b v held at the c "«mpion Hill Presbyterian church Friday "-*• "' "- Theodore H. message in the afternoon and evening Perhaps many have heard Him, in his early morning broadcasts. The two churches here are cooperating in the service .nM r ;£ n , d ¥* JIm 8tr * l *nt have sold their household goods and Mrs. Linsey Coons of Lamoni has gone to Omaha to help care for her mother, Mrs. Clara McDowell. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ilice left Sunday for their home at Sanford, Tex Mrs. John Palmer ( ' mh ' ( • Nul>e Finish™ TrulnliiR went home with them. ""' ' " Dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. Ella Stephens were Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Shook and family, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stephens and Mr. and Mrs. Art Darby and Dean. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMulIen CHAMPION HILL ^^ iind Is HOIIIP on Vlult Miss Mary Ellen Andersen, R. has finished her training at N nal. . will work in the arse- — . „, .. vw ^, k jnvmuiien have moved from Honolulu, Hawaii to Bangkok, Siam. Mrs. McMullen will be remembered here M Winifred Hatfleld. - Mrs. Carrie Bidwell and Mrs i*ura Post returned home Monjay from a visit to n nnva * Colo Mercy hospital In Council Bluffs where she was a member of the cadet nursing class. The past six months she spent in Washington, ' a -- doing welfare work and en- Joyed it very much. She arrived h ° me Saturdft y evening for a few «*y* visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Andersen, before going on general duty. Closing 0 ay, Feb. 12 AT 12 O'CLOCK AT THE FARM 59 and Machinery new tires, two sets wheel weights; S. C. CMe tractor, liehto .»d stater/ne totns eeve plow; 1946 seven ft. J. D. power mower- 1946 A C « »' H-wJc stacker; Case 15 ft. disTc^ 4 bar ^ct, ,ll perior all metal grata drill; 1944 32-ft. Little GiLt corn e row, folding evener; 10 A. John Deere hammeS'Tec, corn phnter, IHC du m p rake, 4 low wnee. wagons; !ow 157 238 'H? 2 . M cultlv '' tor ; IHC 2-14 Geniu. ?"!?' """""" W46 " y . l .°"' OTi 12 "' ° iw' I"* ".'"r? j^-!"" . J : * •» Head of Livestock 157 Cattle 61 head of cattle; 2 head Guernsey cows fresh 6 weeks; Guernsey cow to freshen; 20 head 500 Ibs. calves, mostly white face; 21 stock cows and heif, era to calf April on; 7 cows with calves; 2 yr. old Papered Hereford bull; 2 calves six weeks old. Hogs 93 head of hogs; 20 head cross-bred sows, start farrowing March 15, bred to Spotted boar; 6 sows witb 29 pigs 4 weeks old; S8 stock hogs vaccinated Miscellaneous Articles Sff'.^t'Sffi.H*£4? L''y. «*" e «»<*Wi 15 ft. 6-ta. auta Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Addy drove to Red Oak Sunday evening where they took the train to Chicago on a business and pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. Don Heflin and two children of Albany, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs Chet Davis of Kansas City came up Saturday evening being called here by the in- Jury of Bobbie Sorensen. Mrs. Heflin and children remained to be the caretaker while Mrs. Sorensen has to be with Bobbie as much as possible at the hospital. Mrs. Sorensen and Mrs. Heflin are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ridgley and daughter Earline of Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hldgley and two children of Carson spent Friday here with Mre. Rldgley's mother, Mrs. Leah Adams. Miss Emabel Saner spent the Week end in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Gutschenritter near Climax helping out while Mrs. Gutschenritter remains a patient in St. Josephs hospital in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Dale King and son Raymond of near Coin and Mrs. Raymond Kemper of Shenandoah spent Sunday here with Mrs. King's aunt and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dorsey. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ragland and baby drove down from Council Bluffs Sunday to see Bobbie Sorensen who is in Hand hospital in Shenandoah. Mr. Ragland is his uncle. W. H. Ditraers, section foreman here, spent Sunday with his family at Stoutsville, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Torpy anci family of Creston stopped here Sunday to greet old friends and relatives as they were enroute to | visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs John Torpy, near Randolph. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Andersen received a message from San Diego, Cal., last week saying their son's wife, Mrs. Johnnie Andersen, was in a hospital recovering from a major operation. There was no school in St Pat- Ticks Wednesday and Thursday as the furnace went out of com- Bussion Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Foutch are the parents of a girl born Jam 87 in Hand hospital at Shenandoah. This is their first child. Connie Kay, Jnfant daughter $* Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Clark, !« fenorted much better but i« stlU Tlionm.vGln»slnK?r Vows Exchanged Miss Joanne Thomas and Raymond Glaeslnger were united In marriage at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thomas, on Jan. 29. This being the 25th wedding anniversary of the bride's parents. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Lester Hall of Malvern. The parents of the bride and groom and the bride's two brothers, Victor and Gordon Thomas, were present. Following the ceremony a lunch consisting of wedding cake, ice cream and punch wan served by Victor Thomas and Wilma Cooper. The bride wore a blue suit and carried a white Bible borrowed from her sister, Lorraine. For something old she carried a hand made handkerchief that had been her great grandmother's. The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Glassinger of Me- Pherson. Both the bride and- groom are attending school in Emerson. They will make their home with the bride's parents Mips Lorraine Thomas and Wilbur Williams of Wnles. Miss .Tm-re Thomas and Jark Thor<=on of Kmrrson were supper giu'sts nf Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thomas nnd family last Wednesday evening. World day of prayer will bo observed at the ohnrrh Friday afternoon. Feh. 21. Rev. Th<-o- dore H. Kfp will be the speaker. There will also be a service in the evening when Rev. Epp will again speak. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shelley were in Omaha last Wednesday. A group of neighbors went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thomas last Wednesday eve- nine to help them celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas were presented with a purse of money. Before golns home the group gave Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Olasslnser a rousing charivari. They passed treats to the crowd. Mr. and Mrs. Ulenn Kellenbar- per and Harry were in Omaha last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thomas, Victor nnd Gordon visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Thomas's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones, in Malvern. Florence and Wllma Cooper spent Saturday night in the Denn McLaln home. Some from this community attended n service at the Methodist church in Shenandoah Sunday evening. Dr. John 11. Rice IB holding meetings there for two weeks. Relatives have received word of the death of Mrs. Laura Hodgo Sunday night at Genoa, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Cooper and Madeline were supper guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cooper and family. Several from this community attended the Blackwood Brothers concert at Climax Sunday afternoon. E. E. Wiley and Mark wero dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Allen and family. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bulllngton and family of Red Onk were Hun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sholley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Allen visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cooper and family. —Save Waste Paper! — PIMPLES Disappeared Overman! COLLINS DRUC CO J. H. BECKWITH Insurance Phone 2111 36tf. COMPLETE Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted Glasses Made and Repaired In our own Shop Bit. I,. B. PETEKSEN Optometrist Red Oak, Iowa Successor to Clyde B. Curtis, o.D. Door Korth of Paunces ITS mm NATURE 5000 bu. com if not told befpjrt Mb, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ tu«ch m ground Mr. Md Mr». ?eat to Council Bluffs o •»* her ***»*, *** from « vho am .«d CTMMT If you're f ro»rt mirter, you'll yet a dog you can Handle. Another wnart move i« getting a high powered, e«»y to operate John Deere tractor witfc »impl« atUchmenU. Breeding Implement * Wo»or Co. stiffen oa)y the be*t in farm imple. BREEDING IMPliMINUMDTDRSL 0 JUiiH UtfcHt PLYMOUTH QQOGE UfcAUK like •ted •ies as ks ,n- Wt •J. nd ars iSt Uv •el- In- tha .me the •ea, cks de- of fur- are .cks Ap- est- for- :lon ast, ilch sen- • of bf ens- icry ions last J a .cks. ress and duc- > in- first itors new, . ca- thelr lieka . and Is. naon d he J El- rs lusp.d nters Pri- barn ad as .reme high lames lings, irned 1 five ) bu- har- s lost i.OOO. i the have i had ilvern hbors ed BO e last inters >f the tes to esolu- uniau, Jte of past kind none both jed, by itlonal ed by ourtha icomea spou- lls in, ng the \ Con- i been eight ilectttd icutlve 1949, igr««s. ury of Utu- roprla- maUler roprla- « BOY- so far *» cou>

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