The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on October 2, 1947 · Page 3
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 3

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, October 2, 1947
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lor, at '•re the in MS nil r's "t- ne he THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA. OCTOBER 2, " """ — —~— i ^__ag^^^^_ 11 " KMA Entertainers p. m. Adm. 75c and 25c Malvern Community Building Saturday, Oct. 4 NEWS OF EMERSON* Services Held for Hadley Huntsman Punoral services were held here Wednr-sday at the Methodist church for Hadley Huntsman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. (Tlunk) Huntsman who live in California Electrocution caused his death. K. B. Comer was the undertaker In charge. Mrs. jack Tiiorson Honored fll Miscellaneous Shower A miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. Jack Tiiorson was Riven at the Methodist church Saturday night. Hostesses were Mosdames K. A. Evans, Earle Crawford, M I). I,nnc, M. G. Kinports, Amos Smith, Ed Tiiorson, John Cnrson t. I). Westenburg, I. N. Cheney, >. H. Johnson, Chas. Carson, L, C. Dlaiik, Helen Grlpp, H. E. Greenwood, Avis Taylor, R L. Fields, Hebe Edlo, J. F. Shelley' W. H. Schick, W. V. Morrison C. H. Boos, R. L. Grayson, H. Dorre. Chas. Lakln and the Misses Grace and Leona Dlxon. Kmorson llapllst Church K«-v. C. H. Shanklln, Pastor Sunday, Oct. 5: Hally day at our Sunday school and morning and evening services. Evening services starting Sunday, fi:3o. Junior and young people's group. B. Y. F. Welcoming all our Junior boys and girls. Starting our fall evening meet- Ings, 7:30. We will study and worship together with the Book of Revelation. Men's choir. Starting Supday: "Nursery" in our Junior department. Come and help In our choir. We welcome you. Baptist Aid Dispense with Bazaar The Baptist Ladles Aid Society met at the church Sept. 25. Mrs. Carolyn Hascall was In charge of devotions. During the business meeting It was decided to dispense with the annual chicken pie supper and bazaar this year and have a family njght Christmas party Instead. It was also decided that the Aid should sponsor a children's nursery during the Sunday morning worship hour. Mrs. Leone Hascall was In charge of the afternoon's entertainment after which a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Laura Post, Mrs. C. H. Shanklln and Mrs. John Honeyman. Women's Club to Meet with Mrs. Gco. Jonen The October meeting of the Emerson Women's club will be held in the homo of Mrs. George Jones. A secret concerning good posture will be revealed at this meeting. Emerson Methodist Church Ifc-v. (lure H. |ioos, Minister Sunday school, 10 a. m. Rally day observance, 11-15 a. m. Bibles will be given to those who 'are promoted from primary department to the junior department. There will be a special consecration service for all officers and teachers of the Sunday school. All officers and teachers are asked to be present for this service. Bible study each Wednesday at the church at 7:45 p. m . The communion of the Lord's supper will be held Sunday, Oct. 12, at the morning worship hour. We appreciate very much the line attendance Monday night at Glenwood of the officers and teachers of the Sunday school The primary department of the Baptist Sunday school enjoyed a party at the park Saturday afternoon. Mrs. M. D. Lang and her aunt, Miss Elva Douglas, spent the week end in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. George Lang and Mrs. Lang's sister, Mrs. Will L f . e> and daughter Penny of lleynolds went to Missouri last Wednesday and visited with relatives until the last of the week. Mrs. Lang's mother, Mrs. Pat Porter, of Council Bluffs stayed hnre with the Lang children while they were gone. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hytons and family spent Sunday at Sinn- berry, Mo., visiting Mrs. Hyton's parents. Clayton Farris left last Wednesday, having Joined the regular army and was sent to San Antonio, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. George Pogue and son Richard have returned from their trip to Utah and other western points, Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Larson were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Skaius and E. L. Goode of Omaha. Mrs. Skanes Is a niece and Mr. Goode a brother of Mrs. Larson. Miss Verna Mae Burroughs of Des Moines spent the week end here with home folk. She has been promoted to credit cashier Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Honeyman have spent the past week visiting Mrs. Honeyman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Petersen, at Denver Colo., and visiting at other points in the west. Sunday they and Mr and Mrs. Hadley Parker attended the wedding of Miss Naomi Fenski at Sidney, Neb. Miss Fenski was the pianist at the Bass- Parker wedding here. Mrs. Lottie Thrapp visited Sunday In the homo of her daughter, Mrs. Gladys Dalley, and also In the home of her Bister, Mrs. L. R. Miller, near Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson went to Bethany, Mo., the past week end to visit relatives. Mr. Johnson's mother and his brother Virgil and Mrs. Johnson came home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Johnson returned to their home Tuesday but Mrs. Johnson remained for a longer visit here with her children, Mrs. J. A. Jenkins, Wayne Johnson, Ward Johnson and Mrs. Clyde Carnagey and their families. On Monday they were all guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn T. Wood of Emerson, Carl Hodge and daughter Roxanna, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hodge of Hastings all motored to. Rae, Mo., last Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. Bessie L. Wood and Miss Anna Gephart. Later in the day they called at the William Crawford home where Mrs. Crawford was celebrating her 93rd birthday. Mr. Hodge also had the pleasure of meeting an old friend, Orville Elkius, of Fall City, Neb. Miss Anna Gephart is from Denver and will also visit in the Glenn \\ood home before returning to Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Morrison spent the week end In Des Moines with their daughter, Mrs. Paul- fne Mart, and family. Miss Phyllis Snodgrass has malta fever. Dr. A. E. Klser of Creston, Mrs. Carrie McLaln and daughter Pearl were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs E T Sawyers. Dr. Kiser had charge of the communion service at the Champion Hill Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Mrs. Lester Shook took Mr. and Mrs. George Ginger to Clarinda Saturday to see a niece of Mrs Ginger who is 111. Enroute home they visited in Shenandoah with Uobby Ginger who suffered a broken ankle. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Noble and sons of Beatrice, Neb., were guests Sunday In the home ot Mrs. Mary Blrdsall and also in the home of Mrs. Minnie Whisler Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taylor of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs Francis Wolfe of Vlllisca were week end guests here of Mrs M W. Taylor and other relatives Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Blrdsall Plan to come Monday from the state park at Keosauqua to spend a few days with relatives. Mrs. Margaret Grayson and granddaughter, Miss Jean Porter spent the week end in the home of Mrs. Cray-son's daughter, Mrs Arthur Johnson, at Valley, Neb Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan of Boone were week end guests in the home of their daughter, Mrs Russell Evans, and Mr. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kinney of Los Angeles, Cal.. and Miss Irene Euhling of Lincoln, Neb., visited here last Wednesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Kinney. Lt. Gov. and Mrs. K. A. Evans went to Dubuque Saturday to spend a few days with Mrs. Evans' mother, Mrs. Sharp, who is quite ill there in a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Moore and children of Hastings were Sunday guests in the home of Mr and Mrs. George Lang. Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Grigsby visited here last Thursday and over night with old friends. They were enrouto to Lincoln, Neb., wheie Dr. Grigsby will recuperate for three weeks before going to Daytona Beach, Fla. Dr. Grigsby's health is somewhat improved. Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Stokes took the latter's mother, Mrs. Gus Schulte, of Earllng to Excelsior Springs, Mo., last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Norrls of Denver, Colo., called on old friends and relativea hero the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weed of Elgin, 111., plan to come this Saturday to visit Mrs. Weed's brother, I. N. Cheney, Mrs. Cheney and other relatives and friends. They are enroute to California. The post office was moved Saturday night to the building north of John Thorson's garage. Miss Grace Dlxon and Mrs. Helen Grlpp attended the Hireling of tlie county council in Glenwood last Wednesday night. Th« seniors had their pictures taken in Shenandoah Friday Two f last roar's seniors of Cambria Tom Carton and Roger Sheets,' where here for tho day and went to Shenandoah with them. The teachers voted to attend the state convention in Des Moines In November rather than the district in Council Bluffs this week. Uichard Pogue is back in school after his trip In the west The thirj and fourth grades are enthused over a new social study book they have and are. waiting for a new health hook and scloncw book. Mr. and Mrs. J| m Watson were n Hed Oak last Thursday to attend the funeral services of his uncle, Joe Hobson. Mr and Mrs. B. j. t j0oknbll , and Ruth drove to Percival Sunday afternoon to visit his father J. F. Lookablll. and Mr. and Mrs James Pnrkison. Mr. and Mrs. James A Henderson and Janot went to Neo- Bha. Mo., last Thursday for a few- days visit with her grandmother and other relatives. ^—^^^^Bi^^MAiBAi^iaHiBiiCBMHMNH^^M EAST LIBERTY Ministers Present Plans for Chiirrh Hrhool Organizations More than 30 people enjoyed a covered dish supper at the church Friday night. Following that the local pastor, Rev. John C. Turner, and Rev. John Trimble of Wesley Chapel church presented plans for church school organization and a teacher training study course. Mrs. Paul Benedict taught Center-line school last Wednesday was in IPBl ' hPri Mr "' Ost """"». K,'fM and MrS ' Waynp 1Illton Kathleen and Gone were guests •" the Louis Jens home near (.lenwood Sunday. Miss Fern Maddocks. R. N , of div »", V 1 ",'" 1 Sl "" lay and Mon Mr i » °" 10 ° f h " r I)!U - e » ts Mr and Mrs. W. H. Maddocks. Mr and Mrs. Adolf Nngol and Holnhardt spent Sunday w ,i relatives in Omaha and'phvn! Mr8 ' '' aul n< "' odlct and I hjllls spent Sunday at the Mrs W fnh " r° nt8 ' Mr ' Ilnd son M r ' " car "ender- son Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abel The I). J. Lookabills have received announcement of the birth of a daughter. Marjorlo Alice, to Mr. and Mrs. Boh Axtell of Atlanta, r;a., sept. 21. This Is the first grandchild for Mr and Mrs Ivan Axtell. When a youth. Ivan lived with his parents on tho farm now occupied by the Looka- Mrs. Frank Shuffpler of Council Bluffs was In this vicinity last Wednesday taking subscriptions for magazines of which a per cent went to tho W. a. C. S. Accompanied by a local introducer, she earned several for the local treasury. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. clay Mr nn<i .Mrs. ror(o Stewart, "joyr.. and Lylo of Malvern, Mr ami Mrs. Wayne Stownrt, Robert and Roberta of nrar Silver City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Clay Edna and Velum Sunday. The occasion was In honor of Arch for bis birthday which was tho preceding Friday. Mr and Mrs. M. H. Latcbnw and Mrs. Rosa Adams of near Henderson were callers In this vicinity Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Watson and Wayne were guests at tho Dan Shey homo at Red Oak Sunday are in the Market for . * , • Emerson Fire Department Donation SALE The Emerson Community Fire Dept. is constructing a new fire hou, P We will hold a community donation sale on — Cl FRIDAY, OCT. 10 Starting at 2 p. m . We are asking for everyone interested to donate some articles -_ Vi uv grain, livestock _ or anything of any value which can be offered at public sale to raise funds for the purpose of constructing a new mod ern fire house to house the new community fire truck The sale being held on the above date, we would appreciate your calling the hre team ahead of time so that whatever you have to donate we can pick up and. bring in to Emerson for the auction uvm »«. ANYTHING ACCEPTED AND EVERYONE WELCOME! We feel that thia building is of real service to the community and-we will appreciate your hdp and donation. Emerson Fire Department (firuMMT ft ertHMTt MMM. * c~ ..j,. „ - • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lakin and daughter were supper guests nt the home, of Mr. and Mrs Frank Swoboda In Malvern last Thursday, aul Swoboda was home for a few days on vacation from school In Chicago. Mrs. Brown and Jean of Henderson were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Doyd Sellers. Jack Thorson is attending college at Ames. Supt. and Mrs, E. W. Ozias and family spent the week end at Cromwell with Mrs. Ozla's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M Webb Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Hicks and Mrs. Kate Hicks left Saturday to attend a family reunion near Wmterset and to visit a few days with relatives iu that vicinity " Mr. and Mrs. Earle Crawford and Miss Mary Crawford spent the week end in the home of Mr and Mrs. L. E. Ivie at Davis City' LaVern Carson returned home Sunday from a trip to Colorado and a visit with his brother Lester at McCook, Neb. Mrs. George Lang, Mrs. Pat Porter and Mrs. Will Lee and daughter visited relatives at Strahan Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Quentln Johnson attended the wedding reception for a cousin of Mrs. Johnson's at Wallln Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harman of npsr Hillsdiile cind Air and Mr a Frank Wilson and family of near Wales visited here Sunday with Mrs. P. D. Snodgrass and daughters. Mrs. F. D. Snodgrass received a letter from Mr. Snodgrass Sat«» ?fc S L aUng that ne had ^d another heart attack and that the doctor had told him to stay in bed. Mr. Snodgrass has been In Los Angeles. Cal., the past few " 66&S. —•-ulngThe*' d L a ^^ ^ Merritt, at Orange^r™' *<a., the past week. Howard U. Goodman and Miss Slattery of Omaha were renewing acquaintances in town Monday Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Stoll Group of in Cleaned Church Wednesday A group of 16 men and women came to the church last Wednesday afternoon prepared to clean the building and were kept busy at the work. The kitchen range was sold and removed to give space for a heating stove as the furnace does not take care of that room. The ladies used their electric stove for the first time that day. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stocker of Ottumwa were week end visitors at the home of her sister Mrs. Roy Proctor, and family Eugene and Jerry Messenger accompanied Rev. and Mrs Turner to Atlantic Sunday to attend a district youth rally being held there that afternoon. Our A falfa Mill has been dehydrating Alfalfa since the 29th of July. Now thaf the frreen crop season is over we would like to buv your excess baled or stacked Alfalfa for griS mg purposes during the next fev, months Anyone interested in selling their hay, either ^ IOWA ALFALFA COMPANY Pacific Junction, Iowa W$!«K?*»!->.~.^,. •£fr^*' : .>-*« ^iSS Ea n 6PeIU Tuesda >' evening Dr. and Mrs, A . E. Stokes und I' 0 ' «?,"?' of Counc " "l»«f» and j oe s , hlek of J(lck wdV 1 " " le home ot l)r ?i /' E> SU>kes Honda*. Mr. and Mrs. U. u. KlUwtll sou of Kgd Oak vUJiS I h«" l A 'I"',! 10 ""' 0| M '« »»< ». J. A. Jeuklus tt ud Mr, ttu d «. 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