The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on April 1, 1948 · Page 3
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 3

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, April 1, 1948
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TMK MMtVfiftN t»RAl>RR, MAl.VKHN, IOWA, AfRIt, !, I!MS PAGE THftfcfc EMERSON The .t O»M« Mrs lily U O Smith hi.k xf v v . a \\.-ve Mr, «1\|,K nnd Mr. hick and sons A Mv*. \V mid Mv*. und Mr* \\. ?•'. 1> . S he-art trnnhl Mrs. lira I for her hom !l thre lovely i h\tr. h. In the i Mr nnd Mts. K. p, WO-M- \\oro Mr. n«il Mrs |V>U Iwrt real-son from Minneapolis. Mtnn,. Mrs. Brrnioo Carlson of Essex and Mrs, LoRoy Johnson nnd son. Mr .Pearson is n nephew nft(M of Mrs, WrMonhurR. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Potter and family nnd Mrs. Gertrude Baker wore supper guests Thursday . . . . _ . in the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harrv " f h-^danRhtor. *««• B. A. Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Decker were callers in the evening-. Mrs. Edith MoArthnr spent ulcrnss !* 111 with at his home. >« loft Tuesday in Hollywood, Cal. months visit here with her mother. Mrs, C. E. Hal- lain, and other rolittves. Mrs. K. O, Smith was an ovor- nicht guest Saturday in the home In Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Valley. Nehr. visited hero in the home of Mrs, Johnson's mother, r* nn l ... . ' M,MIH- \,i iM 1 ^, O011IIMMI 1 ?„ ! ?" '!"!' '\ er . 8on ' Frallk and M". Margaret Grayson. family at Oakland. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Farr have Carolene Huntsman and friend moved to Shelbv of Omaha spent Easter here in Miss Rosalie Evans who attends the home of the former's parents, oollege at St. Charles. Mo. spent Mr and Mrs. Doyle Huntsman. the Easter vacation here with her Marvin and Norman Nelson parents, Lt. Gov. and Mrs. K. A. spent Raster Sunday at the W. O. Evans Carlson home in Creston. ^ Marv R Gibson spcnt tv v' 0 ?, I ,T, arker Snd MrS " two < Ia >'*the past week with her Frank Smith of Macedonia visited daughter. Mrs. Owen Fogerty, and their sister Mrs. Harry Potter, family in here one afternoon the past week. Council Bluffs. .... - Stanley Elkins, son of Mr. and A. niece, Mrs. Donald Smith, of. Mrs. Ed Elkins. joined the U S. Macedonia was also a guest. Navy and hns gone to San „, A no host dinner was enjoyed Calif Easter in the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Lang. Guests were Annahelle Lang of Fairfield, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones and family Miss Annahelle Lang vvho attends Parsons college at Fairfield spent the Easter vacation here - with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lang n. Lang, and other relatives and and daughter Diane. Little Diane friends. She was recently initiated was christened Sunday Methodist church. at tho into the Emprean sorority. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Culver Mr. and Mrs. Glen Confer and and family spent Easter here in sons spent Easter with Mrs. C. E. the home of Mrs. Culvers parents, Ballaln. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bell o Mrs. Fred Huntsman. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter, spent Miss Elva Douglas is spending Sunday in the home of Mr. and the week in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenwood and daughters were Easter dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Clara Dunn. Mrs. John Hall and daughter of Oniaha have heen spending tho Easter holidays here in the home of the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fan-is. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hicks are the parents of a son, James Vernon, horn Saturday, March 27, at the Red Oak hospital. The baby weighed 7 Ibs. and loz. CALL 5591 for Diamond _•,» • -, v Products GLASSES COMPLETE Eyes Examined, Glnsfics Fitted <;|II,S»OH Muiie and Repaired in our own Shop . UK. I,. II. PKTEUSEJt Optometrist , Heel Ogk, ,lowp., ,, . HiitTessor to Clyde II. Curtis, O.I). l-'irwl Door North of Failure* We Need 25-30 Good Men to Work in Our Nurseries • Plenty of housing facilities in our new dormitories at a low cost of $1.00 per week. • Plenty of good food at actual cost basis in our dining hall right on the job. • Good working conditions at top wages. • Steady work and an opportunity to learn an interesting profession. • Men only. Report to our office to Supt. John Hall to go to work — on Highway 48 — 1 block south of the Wabash Depot. Mount Arbor Nurseries Shenandoah, Iowa Phone 299 fotr ?Sth Anniversary of Em* raon Baptist Church Fivr Grnrrntion Pnrty for Crawford family n I Red Oak 111. \\:\ \ Pr.nyrv . Addti'-ss of \Vrlromo Solo The Chnr.-h of Yest th ;\M,1 Mis W II. Ortim-v, l'-v..-- ."i O U. V.-miek. Mia:; 1 ', lent of Baptist Lrtvmon in l.>w.» l\ov. W. J, Kohinson. Storm I ;> : .o the Hev. C U. Sh.-uiklin. Pastor James KHis <rd:\y and Community . . C. IV Greenwood .Potty Shanklin. Petty Greenwood James Ellis, Kenneth Gammoll Tho Church of Today Ralph Good Solo Kenneth Gammell The Church of Tomorrow . Janice Greenwood. Robert Wiiu-hell Solo Mrs. Ola Fan is Talk . . the Kev. C. H. Boos, pastor of Methodist Church Talk, "What it Means to be a P:-- -- of a Church that is ?r, years old" the Rev. C. H. Shanklin Solo. "Jesus Whispers Peace" ..... Joan Scott Reception Committee: Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Shanklin, Ivan Hiirbin. Leone Hascall. H. F. Cheney, Gordon Hascall. Helen Stille. Charles Lakin. Paulino Greenwood. Sunday. April 4 6:30 a. m.. Sunrise Prayer Meeting. Leader .... the Rev. W. J. Robinsofi, Storm Lake H II E A K K A S T AT T H E r H V H C 11 10 a. m Sunday School 11 a. in. — Anniversary Service Prelude Mrs. H. K. Greenwood Invocation the Rev. C. H. Shanklin Response, "The Lord is in His Holy Temple" Hymn, No. 27, "The Church's One Foundation" Scripture Prayer Solo, "Beiaupe He Loved Me So" . . . Barbara Dnrbin "My Task" Men's Chorus Announcements Offering Anthem, "Draw Thou My Soul O Christ" (Sexton) Anniversary Sermon .... Dr. Ernest K. Smith President. Sioux Falls College, Sioux Falls. S. IV Trio, "Beyond the Sunset" . . . Gloria Davis. Neva Yoager Janice Greenwood Benediction I> I N N K H A T T H H C H t U T H AFTKUXOOX SEUVirE AT TWO O'CLOCK "Turn Back, O Time, in Thy Flight" Prelude Kenneth Gammell Leader . O. R. Patrick, Atlantic Song, No. 200, "Lead O King Eternal" Scripture and Prayer . the Rev. W. J. Robinson, Storm Lake Reading of the Church History . . Mrs. Geo. E. Hascall. Sr. "Church in the Wildwood" Men's Chorus "Way Back When" Song, No. 192, "What a Friend We have in Jesus" KVKXIXG SK'UVICK AT EIGHT O'CLOCK "Tho Oiurelt of Tomorrow" Prelude, "Pas Des Amphores" (C. Chaminade) Invocation . Response, "Hear Our Prayer" home of Mr. and W. It. Crawford of ratmed from S9- , :', months. A five generation party, which is very unusual, was held Thursday at the Mrs. C. A. Hams, SHI Valley St., in Red Oak. it also honored one of the members, Omaha on his birthday. A sumptuous dinner was served at noon. The generation year-old Mrs. Mary 10. Crawford, down to a great-great i:randilaiii:h'"r. IMaveLaiu Pictured from left to fight: Eugene Lang of Emerson and baby Uiane. Mrs. M. It. l.nng nl" Emerson. Mrs. Mary E. Crawford of Red Oak and W. K. Crawford. Omaha. Mrs. Mary Crawford, honoied member of the family, was bnr-i in New York, but came to Montgomery county at an early age where she spent her life and where her f.-nnily u:i^ \-, -ir".! ( members of the iironp have spent the most oi their lives in this county. Courtesy Carolyn Stille Robert Good Joyce Stille Hymn, "Go Forward" Prayer for Peace Response Scripture Offeratory Junior Choir Janice Greenwood Barbara Durbiii Gloria Davis . Gary Greenwood SCHOOL ( \M;M».\H Senior play April 1 ."> and 1 ii; School carnival April L'1 or :;:!; 1'arfon's college clioir Ap:il "(\ at the school i:\in in the a. m.. this will be open 10 I'ne public; Junior- Senior banquet April :!"; baccalaureate May L' at (he Baptist church, Ke.v. Shanklin will deliver the sermon; Commencemei.t M."y :', at the gym; Mb grade giad- tiation exercises and piogram May 1 L' in I lie evening. Rev. and Mrs. C. M. George and E. E. Wiley will have charge of a program at the school at :'. p. m. this Friday. The following- day, any of the children who wi---.h to attend the children's program to be held hy these people at the Champion Hill church. please meet at tho school house after dinner and a way will be provided for them to go. The solo entries in the TarUio festival will go to Tabor this Friday night. Mrs. Edna Grayson took Twyla Jenkins to Hie spelling contest lit Glenwood, Saturday. .into Accident nenr Charles (';ir-on Homo '! he Gerald E. Cnrron fa-nil;, of il'-ndirson and (!. A. Spelbiin:; of Silver Creek. N't br. < ollidod i n Saturday overling ju--t north of of tile Charles Carson home north of town. The ('nrren i;irl reci is ed a cut on the hi'j'il and was taken lo (lie Red oak hospital. Mr. Spolhring received an injured knee and was taken by ambulance to the 1 Clarksoii hospital in Oiraha. 1 ie i'f an um-lo of H. K. and R. E. Greenwood of this place and was enroiite from .Macedonia, lo Emerson. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Cramer and Mr. and Mrs. Earl ('amor and (laughter attended the wedding of Miss Pricilla Fowler at Leigh, Nehr., Monday. Guests in the homo of Mr. and Mrs, It. E. Good for Easier wore Mr. and Mrs. Fred Itrunow and daughters of Council Bluffs, Mr. and Mrs. Elery Pickrel and Mr. Mary jlollonsheck is a now pupil and Mrs. Ralph Good and sons Special Music, "If I Would Walk With Jesus" Carolyn Stille, Grace Hascall Stille, Carleen Winters. My Church and My Home Piano Duet, "O Holy Night" My Church and My School Vocal Duet, "Blue Skies Will Come Again." My Church and My Community Hymn, "Where the Savior Leads" Benediction Mi/pah ' . Postlndo Choir Director . . . Mrs. Koseoi Twvla Jenkins. Joyce . Joan Gammoll Carolyn and Joyce Stille Twyla Jenkins No fa Yoau'er Junior Clioir Edwin llasc.ill Grace llascall Carolyn Stilb; Greenwood Pianist Sponsors Terry Cole Charles Davis Gloria Davis Robert Decke.r Barbara Durhin Joan Gammell Gary Greenwood Janice Greenwood Edwin Hascall Grace Hascall . Mrs. Boyd Edwin J P N I O R C H O I R Twyla Jenkins Kay Lang Betty Jo Mock Joyce Mock Dorothy Menseti Viola Mensen Roberta Morse l>arrell Ozias Deloris Ozias Ronny Simmons Mrs. Horace Greenwood Sellers. Jennie Harding Has. -all. Robert Deckel- Carolyn Stille Joyce Stille Cathryn Stille Lloyd Stille Morris Stille Dorothy Straight Neva Yeager Norman Yeagor Wilbur Yoager Phyllis Giles Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wharff went to Omaha Thursday to spend the week end with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hob Hogzett and son of Des Moines were guests Charming McFadon day from St. Louis teaches. Mrs. Estella Sawyers went Council Illuffs to Wednesday and over the week end with relatives visited until the first of the week in the home of her sister, Mrs. Kcsterson and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taylor of Des Moiiio.s spent tin- week end here. Mrs. L. H. Gilleland and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Council visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis ternoon. Gilleland at Malvern, Sunday af- here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nelson and family [dan to move to Grand Bend, Kansas the middlu of April. Mr. Nelson who has been employed at the compressor station, has b-en transferred to that place. Mrs. Amos Smith was called to St. Joe, Mo. the past week due to ART FRITCHER Phone 15 General Auctioneering Henderson, Inuu in the 7th grade. A special assembly program was held at which time letters and emblems were awarded the basketball teams as follows: (ilrls--- T;:e two captains Melva llentley and Helen Lal<e received letters and also Marjorle Douglas, Dar- leue llevern, Mary Jane Lewis, Kathryn Smith. Sylvia Whisler, Wanda Huntsman, Janlee (li'eenw nod and Dolores O/ias. Marilyn Cronwall and Cloria Davis received emblem;;. The hoys receivin i; letters were Captain llerkiey (Ireenwood, I."i> Straight, Kd Connell, Mali linl- liiiMon, James I'urroimh.., Hnlieit \Viiu hell and Fred Eilie. 'I'hnse leceiviiu; imhleins wi-i-e Marion lilack, Chuck Walker, Ship Kinpurls, Arnold Evans and Clair lIlll'I'oUKlls, Two birthday anniversaries were celebrated in the :in] and lib Krade room. Edward Lee Slmuk and Hetty Ann Morse both brnu-lil candy bars for all. On Friday the same grades had I nil'; in child was happy to leceive an Easter seal for his reward. Mrs. Ceor^'e Eisel jr., hroimht a birthday cake with candles and Biicliers to the primary room Mar. -'•'< in observance of the i;ih birthday of her son, Leland. All enjoyed (bis puny inn. .Mrs. L. C. Itlanli brought cream and cake i-'riday for • : itii and (itli Ki'aders. Her dai ler Lloydine \\:\-, ci'lebratini; f Carson ter Moll- came Fri- Colling. Earn where he .Mis. vi-ited day. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. \Ve.--ieiitnirg spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mis E. C. Waner at CroMon. Mr. and Mr.-,. Guy Jorden and >--'n and Mr. and Mrs. John Robot -on and family of Macedonia were Faster dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Joanna MclJrow and Mrs. Maltie liober.son. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Greenwood and familv and Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Cramer tool-, dinner Easier to the bun ..... f C |l Greenwood where iliey .ill «-njo\i..l dinner lorcther. Mi -> I'hsllis Snodgrass is here this week with her parents due to ill-- i Ihe- -s of her fa I her, Mi and .\lr> lien Shaiiklin and daughter of Kansas ( 'My i aim- tin pa^i week for a visit in Mrs. c. II S the nd o! lilt- UiSi ;ik' nf the vS , ;; t 1 11 ; 1111 iii M.iheri:. ju'iiju.-1'ty -.;' lull Knij/ln. All nl'ft.-1's and bids sulj District (.'i.iurt of Mills County, luwa t-j the apprnVal ul' lii WOODFORD R. BYINGTON, Administrator -.- in tin.- hniin- 1.1' ~ Mauri- i- Gc-ii h . i.-.y '.vi.-r..- Mr ;:i:.J .-all ul Xu-J-aV, .LY Red Oak I.\press. Ansii r.rii;u-' and Rri'.-gs of Omaha hero Sunda>. Mr-'. Will M.irl of Hamburi; \i,|ed here over tho wi ok end anil uas a Snii'hn dinner i;ii"st in the L. Giay- and Mrs. i ! 1 . Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Boon left Tuesday for a few days visit with the former's brother, at West Bend. A group of friends and relatives enjoyed a party Monday nii-'h! at the Supper Club honoring Mrs. Robert Winders who was celebrating her birthday anniver- sarv. The Friendship club had a party Monday nii-lil for Mr. and Mr-;. >n and family who are ' a> : ooii. The lam My •n I ed a pit i M' ol money, nioi i la-.; i-; w ork ini: on "Bride-, to Burn " Mi •-. a rd i .1 •• [i a .< ch a r L-O ni II -,. ,\i-h nil ill Tark in nl the Easter \aea- i children in I In- home Mi-. Mr. anil Mis J. - 1 .1 tin- ('oni presso r A i: - oi! p of Finer: 0:1 pi ytilid Mr-. John lion basket for Kapler containing fruit, sin els. pillow eases, bath towels and other useful articles. Mrs. lloneNinan has bec-n ill tor some time. The Iliiplist Ladies Aid Society was hostess to the Glenwood Blip- list Aid Society Thursday. After the business meeting, the Glenwood ladies presented a three act piny, which was very interesting. Later on, Easter bonnets were modeled by the artful ladies. I'ri/.es wore given for the hats judged host, according to their typo. A delicious lunch of Ice cream, cookies, coffee and tea was served by the hostesses; Mesdamos Agnosi O/.ins, Lucille Huntsman. Ollvo Tlirapp. Bertha elites and Margaret Carlson. Chairman of tho committee was Mrs. Carolyn Hascall. • ft f 4 .-si ' "ffl

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