The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on December 25, 1947 · Page 6
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 6

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, December 25, 1947
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MGE six THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, DECEMBER 26, 1*47 EMERSON Move to Colorado After 28 Years in Telephone Office Mrs. Carrie Bidwell and daughter, Mrs. Laura Post, plan to leave Jan. 2 to make their home in Denver, Colo. The community regrets their going after the 28 years of service here in the telephone office. They were also active in the l!ap- tist church whore they will be greatly missed. However, the community wishes them well in their new home. Miss Melva Bentley is taking over the work as chief operator and will he assisted liy her mother, Mrs. Orris lienlloy, and Mrs. Wendell Heery. Mr. and Mrs. Beery are moving to the telephone office building from rooms in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter. Trl-Hi-Y Club Go enroling Friilny Kvcninjr The Trl-Hi-Y club, furnished music for the high school Christmas party Friday afternoon. The Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y clubs had a caroling party Friday evening and afterwards returned to the school house for refreshments and a Christmas gift exchange. Knierson llnptist Church Ucv. C. II. Sliiinklin, I'.-istor Sunday, Dec 1 . 2ft: Sunday school. 10 n. in. Month)!; worship. 1 1. ' It. V. P.. !;:•!.•> p. m. Kvi'iiiii!: service. 7:l!0. Worship with our Sunday service. Corliss Nelson in TnrUio College Choir Corliss Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Wimins of Kmer- son, is a member of the TarUio college choir which presented an impressive vesper service in the I'nited Presbyterian church at Tnrkio, Mo., Dec. 14. The choral program to be presented by the chorus may In 1 heard over radio station K.MA at Sheiiandiiah Christinas at 11:30 p. in. I!. «'. lilrrti-fl Officers riil.'i> Meeting .-'on \Vo;n> n's Mis« lieily is taking nur Hntli Slianklin <i s training at who Im- \v. Ill The i Corps N, >ion Frii Follo-A meet in;: Wen inanuel hospital in Omaha spent the week end at home. Mr. and .Mrs. (iillierl Carlson jr. are spending this, week with relatives at Moorehead. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Douglas went -to Red Oak last Thursday for a few days visit in the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Chas. Crotise. With all the joys of the season to you! GOOD HEALTH, GOOD CHEER, and a MERRY CHRISTMAS Malvern Beauty Shop Doris M. Wood earner Shelle Clifes. '•nlmri;. chaplain; Mrs. Kdna Jenkins, treasurer; Mrs. Olive Thrapp, conductor: Mrs. Gayle (iravilt, .mianl. The assistant conductor and assistant guard will be appointed. Thos" who have been appointed are: Mrs. Simla Tengstrom. first color bearer; Mrs. Hattie Malskeit. second; Mrs. Laura Lou Hogzett. third; and Xula Jenkins, fourth; Mrs. Krma Allen, patriotic instructor: Mrs. Nettie Johnson, press correspondent. Mrs. Bertha Kellenbarger was elected to (lie state convention and Rosa elites, alternate. The installation will he Jan. 2 at 2 p. m.. followed by a -pot luck luncheon. The group enjoyed a Christinas iiift exchange and lunch consisting of bavarian cream. Christmas cookies and coffee served by the following committee: Mesdames Anna Westenbiirg, Gayle Gravitt, Alice Anderson. Mao Hall, Louise Hevern, Juanita Jones, Onie Kdie, Bertha Kellenbarger. Myrtle Shelley and Minnie Whisler. The table was lovely with Christinas trees and tapers. W. S. O. R. Held Meeting, Christmas Party Pec. 17 The Methodist W. S. C. S. held their December meeting and Christinas party last Wednesday. The room was beautifully decorated with a cozy yuletide atmosphere. At (he business session letters of thanks were read from Mrs. J. F. Shelley for a remembrance during her illness. Also appreciation from Mrs. Mabel Whitney for courtesies at the death of her husband. Thanks were expressed from Bob Carmichael and Mr. Westenbiirg for cards. The society has purchased and installed a new oil burning heater for the basement. It was voted to buy a 50 cup electric coffee urn for the kitchen. The spiritual life meeting will be held the last Wednesday in December at the parsonage. The Naomi circle was reported on by Mrs. Nellie Bass, chairman, who stated that approximately $17"> was taken in by their group of which Mrs. Kthel Crawford was co-chairman. Worship period was in charge nt' Mrs. N't'llie liass whose subject for devotions was "For I'n- lo l"s a Child is Born.'' Tin 1 program chairman was Mrs. Helen Warn n. A playlet "as i:iven ju which characters "ere r, pri sented from various ' mint lies in which Christmas hymns are sum.', the group sing- iiiLr the carols as described by • adi country's representative. The new officers are Mrs. Claude Barns, president; Mrs. Nettie Johnson, vice president; Mrs. Kthel Crawford, treasurer: ..Mary I!. Gibson, recording secretary; Mrs. Hebe Edie, corresponding secretary; Spiritual Life, Mrs. C. H. Boos; literature s£cre- tary, Mrs. Martha Smith; missionary secretary, Mrs. Chas. Carson; local church activities, Miss Leona Dixon; circle chairman: Mrs. Rollin Bass and Mrs. John Parker, co-chairman. Mrs. W. L. Honeyman and Mrs. Hadley Parker. Mrs. M. G. Kinports and Mrs. George Jones. Miss I.e- ona Dixon and Mrs. Karle Craw- Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Shanklln of Kansas City came Friday to attend the capping of nurses at the Immannel hospital in Omaha when his sister Betty Ruth received her cap and cape. Lester Carson of McCook, Neb., is spending the holidays here with home folk. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Vardaman and family have moved to Keosauqua. HENDERSON Kmerson Methodist fliiirrli Key. (laire H. Hoos, Minister Sunday school, 10 a. m. This is our missionary Sunday and a pood offering is needed to help make our goal. Morning worship service at 11:15. This is the last Sunday in the old year and the pastor will bring the New Years sermon at this time. The W. S. C. S. spiritual life meeting will he held at the parsonage Wednesday, Dec. 31, at 2:30 p. m. The Christian Advocate subscriptions are duo. Please see the pastor about your subscriptions as soon as yon ran. Tin' baptist Ladies Aid Society and the families enjoyed a Christmas party at (lie church last Thursday evening. A family dinner \vas enjoyed Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hascall in honor of their son George jr. who was (•elpiirafin.T his birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Evans are spending the holidays with relatives and friends at Boone. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taylor of Wiley Cross, George Ward and Marvin Claypool of Oilman City, Mo., came Friday to attend the Henderson - Glenwood basketball game. They were over night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Terry. Mr. Terry is coach of the Henderson team. The boys were Saturday and Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Byers and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Allensworth and left Sunday afternoon for their home. Wendell Steele of Carson, brother of Mrs. Morris Harbor, left recently for Washington where he has been assigned to the aircraft radar flight control and warning group at McCord Field in Washington. jHis wife and daughter plan to leave later. The small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Viner has been quite ill but is improving. Claude Moore lias returned from St. Joseph hospital in Omaha following an operation recently. He is feeling much betlcr. The P. T. A. association held its meeting last Thursday evening at the school auditorium. Vic Moore returned to Cheyenne, Wyo., after being called here by the illness of his father. Twenty young people went, caroling at Henderson homes last Thursday evening. Andy Moore of Carson visited his sister, Mary Wilkenson, last Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Ray Davis of Carson was a guest last Thursday in the home Des Moines are spending the boli- of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will days here with relatives and Kutledge. friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charles and baby left Friday to Mrs. Estella Sawyers received word Dec. IS of the birth of a son, David Addison, to Mr. and Mrs. Norris Kesterson in Council muffs. Mr. and Mrs. Hob Hogzett and son of Des Moines came to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hogzett and other relative's and friends. The liaptist choir of ] ;i voices gave the cantata, "Song of the Holy Night," accompanied by Mr.". Horace Greenwood Sunday iimming. Tlip holoht* were Joan Scon, Mrs. K ( | FanK Mrs. Jennie Harding, Kenneth Gamniell and James Klli.s and a mixed iiuartet, .Mrs. Ivan Durbin, Mrs. Jennie Harding, George Stille and Horace Greenwood. ford. During the fellowship hour nine ladies with red aprons and caps carrying trays of gifts san,- the' son-, "We Are Santa's Little Helpers." and gifts were distributed. Several packages were received for the Children's Riverside home in Des Moines. Refreshments were served by Mesdames Kthel Crawford, Anna Westenbiirli, KlTie Boos, Ha Shook. Florence Short, Nellie Mass, Margaret Durbin and Bess Me Lain. A bazaar, cookie and candy- sale was held by the Naomi circle which netted them about $25. Miss Hetty Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otho Lewis, and Cecil Bullington. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bullington, were united in marriage Friday at the Baptist church. Rev. C. H. Khank- lin was in charge of the ceremony. The lltr.n class of nursing of Hie Iinniaiiiiel hospital in Omaha received their caps and capes last Friday at Bloom Hall and Miss Helty Ruth sh.-.nklin is a mein- '"•>'. Rev. and Mrs. Slianklin, George Stille and family, Harvey and Ruth Slianklin attended from lere. Smith spend Christmas with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Smith, at Mesa, Ariz. This is the first time in five years that .Charles has been home for Christmas. They plan to go on to'California to visit for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George Hossle of Hainil, S. I)., who have been vis- 'ting the former's mother, Mrs. \'A\;:n Hossle, for a few days, left last Thursday to spend the holidays with their dauchter, Mrs. Kichard Kinder, and family at Keesler Field. Miss. Mrs. Harry nines left Friday to spend the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Carrie Cushman, at Caney, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. John Slotbower of Ames are spending the holidays here and at Malvern with relatives and friends. Mrs. M. W. Taylor and son Edward were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wolfe at Villisea. A Christinas dinner was enjoyed Sunday at lite home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ballain. Mrs. Arleen Conrad of Strahan spent last Thursday here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dunlap. M'r. and Mrs. Max Green are the parents of a son, Dennis Mark, born Dec. IS at the Red Oak hospital. The baby weighed eight pounds and three ounces. Amendment to Articles of Incorporation Hank, WISHES A MERRY YULETIDE TO ALL Of But r-ve to orio pant.; ... Coarse n if you ' q - you believe in Santy! . . . don't right now, the chances are ten that at one time in your caieer — the short ong cuis stage ..... there was no doubt in that there wad a Santa Glaus. You not <-d in him but you were iir awe of him! tuaiiv ciau m JGU v/iui flowing white beard. He drove through the wor.d Chii^mus Eve in a heavily- laden sleigh drawn by eight dashing reindeer. It's a beautiful old myth — as much a pan of the joyous Christmas season as is our annual wish for a Merry Yuletide for you and yours! MALVERN TRUST & SAVINGS BANK of the Ijiicrson Stnte Kmerson, lnu.i Know All Men by These Presents: That at a Regular Annual meeting of the stockholders of the Kmerson State Bank a corporation duly organized under the laws of the State of Iowa, held at the office of the Bank in Kmerson, Iowa, on the 20th day of October A. D., 1947 after due and legal notice had been given to the .stockholders thereof in conformity with its articles of incorporation, and provisions of the Code, the following amendment was adopted: Amendment: Article VI. Section 1. of the Renewed. Amended and Substituted Articles of Incorporation is hereby amended by deleting all of this said section and substituting in lieu thereof the following: Section 1. The next annual meeting of the stockholders shall be held at the office of the corporation on the second Tuesday of January in l'J49; each year thereafter the annual meeting of the stockholders thall be held on the second Tuesday of January, at which time the stockholders shall (l11 ' ' a board of directors and Iran-act .-iii-h oilier business as may lauiully come befoie them. iM-4. The Wheeler Grove church celebrated its 75th anniversary recently. The church was organized Dec. 20, 1872. Mrs. Gladys DeBolt of Macedonia sold her home and acreage to Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Stempel last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Houser who live near Wheeler Grove are going to California to visit their daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McKeeney were Shenandoah callers last Wednesday. Mesdames Harry and Marie Paul, Will Small and Elmer Sowers were Red Oak callers last Tuesday. Mrs. Paul had dental work done. A. J. Harbor and son Morris were Omaha callers last Thursday. Mr. "and Mrs. Merle Core of Omaha were guests last Wednesday evening in the Harry A. Paul home in honor of Mrs. Core's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Warren and family, Herman Coppock and Betty Stephens were Red Oak callers last Wednesday. Mrs. Warren had dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boileau were dinner guests last Wednesday In the home of Hugh MeSweeney. Mrs. Ed Stenger and daughter and Mrs. Gordon McMuIlen were Shenandoah callers, last Wednesday. Marian Harbor who attends college at Cedar Falls returned last week to spend Christinas vacation with her folks. Mrs. Earl Boileau spent the week end in the homes of Oren Putnam and family and at the Virgil Galloway home in Shenandoah. At Christian Aid last Wednesday a social time and an exchange of gifts was enjoyed. Mesdumes Kern Slump and Addle Fritcher served lunch. Mrs. Pearl Harbor and son Bill and A. H. Harbor were business callers in Red Oak Jast Wednesday. Christmas vacation began Friday for the school. In the lower grades a gift exchange was enjoyed Friday. The high school and eighth grade pupils attended a party at the school house last Wednesday evening. After a pleasant evening gifts were exchanged. At the Methodist Aid last Thursday Mrs. Trimble and others gave a Christmas story. Mesdames Earl Allensworth and Harry Springer served the lunch. A Christmas shower was given the Trimble family from the .church after lunch. Mrs. Harriet Riggs who has been visiting Mrs. T. D. Phillips, her sister, left the first of the week for her home in California by plane. Mrs. Silvia Achenbaugh visited her son Darrell and family near Macedonia last Thursday. Her grandchildren have been on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Foster and children of Detroit, Mich., visited Eula Woodland from Friday until Monday. The Foster family then left for* Kansas to visit relatives. Leo Boileau -is enjoying his vacation with his parents. He attends college at Ames. Mrs. Pearl Harbor and daughter Marian, Roger Fink and Margaret Harbor were Red Oak callers Monday. The shooting match put on by the American Legion here Sunday was very successful. Lunch was served on the grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Williams and Mrs. Claude Moore were Omaha and Council Bluffs callers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Myers and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Farrington were callers in Omaha Saturday. The occasion was in honor of the Farrington's grandson's fifth wedding anniversary. Roger Fink of Omaha has been a guest in the home of his grandmother. Mrs. Pearl Harbor, several days. The P. T. A. held their meeting last Thursday evening at the school auditorium. A program was enjoyed after which lunch was served. Miss Eula Woodland left Monday for a holiday vacation with friends at Denver, Colo. Mr. and, Mrs. Harry Emmett Paul were Omaha callers Saturday. Mrs. Dean Freeman -was on the sick list several days last week but is better. Members of the B. B. clurTheld a social affair Friday at the home of Mrs. Gordon McMuIlen. An exchange of gifts was enjoyed. ART FRITCHER General Auctioneering Phone 15 Henderson, Iowa i 9 4 7 • WE ARE THE WORLD'S MOST INVENTIVE RACE— AND YET WE HAVEN'T FOUND A NEW WAY OF SAYING "MERRY CHRISTMAS." MAYBE IT'S JUST AS WELLI • IN ANY EVENT, WE CAN PHRASE NO BETTER MESSAGE FOft THIS JOYOUS SEASON THAN THAT ANCIENT WISH. J. E. Randerson Clothier Malvern, Iowa McKEE FUNERAL HOME Lloyd W. 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