The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on March 2, 1933 · Page 5
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jut =555S5S5 SON HASH, ». H 6$fftliuuw* Mr. ^TffKKDf _ _ reader* *** fe«tiSmb*f too* ^trailer *** «vttf . _ evefytnttri f* fcf w*s iftde- ndent tff Hdtwi ifcfid sKGlt 8Xb» Be' drote do«n text* aft* oref fato Arl^ »i|» A A fS^jhjjaiftte tJ^ 4&jUfi — as far as TSCSOH. n« men Fnrfied to Texis to the South kral coast line wbete he ip«nt good deal of th« time, ftetnrn- he came north thtopgh Areas and WlssouM and hotte, the entire tMp, some t,» miles, without mishap of ne- sity of making repairs to his btof or car. He stood the trip £ll and came through feeling tty ro Deathi Sunday ITWO deaths occurred last Sun|y in the vicinity north and east Henderson between Wheeler's ore and Wales, of long time stdents well known here. I Louts HatsWell died on his old bme farm where he and Mrs, stgwell "have been making their bine with their son, CaH, since ie death of t.he latter's wife last af. He was About sixty-five rs of ftfe.' | Harvey Dolton, another early tiler, died the same day at his bme six mile* northeast of Hen- brson. He was About sixty years age. No farther particulars fere reported to us at the time. J. E, Hendrlcks of Wheeler's Irove has moved to the Woods adjoining Henderson on the orth and recently vacated by B. Houser. «* • Hatlmf, wfeo a member of this lodge for , ene who was & I 0 » e * of pthrclple* of the Order- It Resolved, by the Members of this That We humbly bo* In submission to the will of the Su- pteme Raier and Controller of all things: tliat * e chef. »« the memory of this faithful and warm-hearted brother and That the charter of our thlny days: in mourning fof Fourth: That these resolutions be spread upon the initiates of the lodge and a copy be furnished to the family, and one sent to The Malvern Leader for publication. At tn* Mrtfeei f* tfc* If . m <*o*e» Strnflay ****fft*. Shu* »oft*ft fatwed th* tttfftftttee wfrt ft •ete that was *f e*tfy enjoyed. Mr». »4 Wftfcffl#o-n fo tt« fttit to (AS. iff. fcftd H«r. thrrwtn QOM 6* saB* gpemt tfce weft* «fid *ftn Ml Sttenft, Mr. and ««. 1. C. OoM. Cym tntie* of *§4r M* itfee*, KM. c. B. fid, FHffiy: Mfta Cleo Hott- t etnmed ftoma with him for * w«e* tad ftttt, IJD* t&Kttftft *tt«Sd*d & meet- fa* o« tfc* OOWft company In Stats ffcttfWay. Re enjoyed « tHHrtpiet tn«t evening at Hotel Cfcfeftato. HASTINGS Pierc** Attend Goldefi Wedding te Oaklaftd Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Pierce drove tip to Oakland last Thursday where they attended the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Felix 8etz,.old residents of that section and former neighbors of the Pierces wheft they lived up thefe. it was quite an occasion. Then that night the men were given a "stag" party to which Mr. Pierce was invited that lasted to late that they wefe a pretty sleepy bunch the next day. Surprise Party for the Davrsofu C. B. fidmondson 0. T. Harover W. L. Brown Committee. Mrs. C. E. LIndsey returned hursday from the hospital in ouncil Bluffs. She is feeling lulte a little better. INOTICE TO CREDITORS TO THE CREDITORS OP THE ESTATE OF M. 0. HAROVER, I- DECEASED; AND CREDIT- TORS OF THE CITIZENS L BANK, HENDERSON, Coppock* Celebrate Silver Wedding Jttd Coppock and wife celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding an- nl *f/«ary Feb. 24. Their friends wish them many more happy anniversaries. Mrs. Ella Smith returned to her home in Carson several days ago after spending six weeks In the home of her son, Amos. Mrs. Addle Boileau and daughter, June, Hazel Higgle and Margaret Harbor were Council Bluffs visitors Thursday afternoon. Harry Clark and Marlln Mercer were in Carson Friday after- rAND CREDITORS OF INA M. [OWENS & CO., a retail mer- pantile establishment in Henderson, Iowa, owned and oper- fated by the Estate of noon. Charley Roe looking after of Carson was business affairs IPVBR,.. IOOTAVIA HABOVER; heirs at slaw of said decedent, and, to |«11 whom it may concern, f You and each of you are hereby "ttlfied that there is now on file the office of the Clerk, of the Wrict Court of Mills County, fowa, the Inventory of the Estate « M. C. Harover, deceased, which ncludes the general ledger state- Bent of the Citizens Bank, Hen person, Iowa, and includes the Inventory of the Jna M, Owens & o,, a retail mercantile establish- ient owned by said estate and an inventory of all other property if said estate; and you are turner notified that said Inventory •intains an itemized, "detailed atement of all depositors hold- g checking accounts, savings ac- ounts and deposits represented y Certificate*, of Deposit, both time and demand, pW statement snowing the name pf such depositor and the amount of bis de. W«t, ail in conformity to -the woks of the Citizens Bank, Hen- here Tuesday afternoon. The friends of Wilburn Houser are glad to see him able to be In town since his recent illness. The members of the Christian Ladles' Aid enjoyed a pot luck lunch Wednesday afternoon at their meeting. The following visitors were present: Mrs, Clyde A group of about thirty-eight young people gathered in town Tuesday evening and tht-. drove out to the Leslie Dawson farm where they had a surprise party for Maxine and Jim Dawson who are moving to Riverton this week. The evening was well spent playing various card games. After the entertainment refreshments of home made ice Cream and cake were served. All departed reporting a nice time and wishing the Dawsons success and happiness in their new home. Shower for Mra. Dale Reed Mrs. Lawrence Read and Mrs A. V. elites gave a miscellaneou shower In honor of Mrs. Dal Reed In her home Saturday aft ernoon. Evelyn received many nice and useful presents. The al ternoon was spent visiting, hav ing a good time. Refreshments o fruit salad, angel food cake, and coffee were served. Everyone lef wishing her muA success and happiness in the years to come New« of Maitlngi Public Schools Schdol The freshmen gave their class program Wedneftdfty, Feb. 22. The sophomores give the next program. The freshman program consisted of: Songs, Assembly. Rules of Etiquette In Washington's Time, Members of Freshman Class. Rules of Etiquette Today, Members of Freshman Class. The Little Hatchet Boy, Virginia Scott. Playlet, When George Was a Boy, Jack Mitchell and Elmo Smith. An Old Ladies Telephone Conversation, Esther Kidwell. Playlet, Dot Entertains, Leora Christy, Irene Everhart. Reading, George Washington, Blanche Woods. Song, Assembly. James Dyer of Armenia will speak to the high school Wednesday afternoon. His subject will be "His Own Experience in Arabia." He will appear In native costume. SIR A HA N C*!*brated Wedding of the Fffday, Feb. 24. *a* the eighteenth wedding anniversary of Mr and Mr». Ed Nagel and to properly celebrate the event their daughter, Dorothy, and thetr mother. Mrs. tesse Wilson planned a surprise fof them. One group came from the east and one from the west and they fined the home to overflowing. Cards and cfoktnote Wefe the games for the evening, each one taking his of her part. At a late hour re- of cake, whipped coffee were served Sport New* freshments cream, and Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steele, Mr. and Mrs Buford Pettigfew, Mr. and Mrs Frank Cronse, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shaul, Helen and Norma, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allensworth and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Woodfill, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tlmson, Jane, Lena Mae, and Bobby Qar- fettt Mr. and Mrs. Walter Angus, Lloyd, Dorothy Margaret, David and Anna Edith, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pollitt, Bert, Vera, Pauline, Charlotte Combs, Mr. and Mrs. Al Loveli, Gall and Betty, Wesley Spears, Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Miller and son, Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hilton and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Trlvely, Donald and Esther Jean. All left for home wishing Mr, and Mrs. Ed Nagel and children every good wish for their future happiness. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ogden of Al- bla, Nebr. who were called here to attend the funeral of their cousin, Howard Dolph. returned to their home again last Saturday. Mrs. Geraldine Hambsch has Friday night was sport night been very sick for several days Mr. and Mrs. Fred Priest, Mrs Fred Lookablll, and Miss Carrie Luther drove to Malvern Sunday evening to hear the concert b; the men's chorus there. Miss Isabelle Varley of our schools visited over Sunday in be; of 811- reslgned that lows, L You Bnd ***** °* ther notified that a re fur- the District ° f . Mi118 °ounty, Iowa, did, the go d»y'p| Feb, r »8iT. 1999, ,. , »»ke an order te'SftW estate, or- via Wright who day, .Mrs. Jim Brown has been staying at the Will Brown home since her return from the hospital. She has Improved nicely since she came home, Carrie Martin who is well known here but lives in Macedonia has been in the Jennie Edmundson hospital several days for treatment. Grandma Farrlngton who spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. John Maynes, near Grlswold came last week to stay with her son, Otta. Mrs. Elsie Hall who has been in the ghenandoah hospital several days since her accident came Friday to stay with her sister, Mrs. 0, L. Harbor, The members of the M, E. Ladies' AJd enjoyed a pot luck lunch last Thursday afternoon at their meeting, 'Quite a number of visitors were present and a pleasant afternoon* was spent. Friday evening and spent a couple of nights with his ents, Mr. and Mrs, John Irael, John Imel Is reported to be slowly recovering from his bad accident of the early winter. He can be up part of the time now and has a little use of his hands. Lee Quimby came in from Lin coin, Nebr. last week and visited a few days with his mother and brother and looked after things at his farm south of Strahan, Fred Priest and Ben Haroff drove to Nodaway Tuesday night to attend Masonic lodge. V, L. Kapple of Emerson accompanied them. Oral Bower and family drove down from Guthrte Center Saturday evening to spend Sunday with Hastings friends. They like their new location very much. Attorneys D. E. Whitfleld and W, R. Bylngton of Malvern were in town Monday afternoon. W. R. Shepard and family moved their household goods to the country last week. Tbey-wlll Jive on the place recently vacated Mr., and Mrs. Ken Williams by Glen Greason were entertained Sunday for din- ^reason. ner in the Elmer DIuwfddie home. Helen Carter and friend of CouncjJ Bluffs visited relatives and, friends here Sunday, Mrs. Rose Trlplett and children were guests Sunday for dinner in the L. W, Triplett home, Mm, ^y, B. Wheeler of Coun- Oil Bluffs spent the week end with her hujfcan.4. Ohftmp Harover and family Y!ST Jted, tn the Jack Tyjer Jjowe Jn Bluff.*. Sunday. of the weefe Amjcfe o| was M ^ tewj) guuslRy Br, B. ^, soiujj a«a family vis^ Mends Ju Omalia Sunday, sad Mrs. EJyyu QaUoway uests. fljm4»y for 4in»er in the boj»e of bis parents, wtoo VJwr iu awaha whj? attends tbe Miss Maxine Dawson was a diu- ner guest in the R. F. Crawford home Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Walker and daughter, Marjorle Jean, visited Sunday in. the B, H. Qrd home. A. U, Crawford was an Emerson visitor Friday, B, H. Orel and .son, Jimmy, were Qmsfca visitors Tuesday. Harold Mitchell pf QJ spent the week end with his «nts, Mr. »»4 Mrs. for the girls. Two games of basketball and two games of volleyball were played. The first game was between the high school second team and Shepard's Tigers. It was close and ended with a score of 7 to 4 in favor of the second team. The next game was between the alumni and the high school first team. It was also close and ended with a score of 16 to 10 in favor of the high school. The high school first team defeated the alumni and the second team in volleyball. Everyone enjoyed the fun. Will Elect Two Directors in Hasting* School election is March 13, are to be elefted.to.jmte three year term and Fred Martin for a two year term. Names to go on the ballot must be filed with the secretary by Friday noon, March 8. past with an attack of ptomaine poisoning. Her mother has been caring for her. Zeno Bass went to Omaha last Saturday and visited the Swedish Emanuel hospital where his brother, Louis, and wife are both patients. Louis was a little better but Mrs. Bass was still very weak. Everett and Malcolm Ogden came over from their home at Murrray last Wednesday to attend the funeral of Howard Dolph. They left for home again Friday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Retherford, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kayton attended the funeral of Mr. News of the Stf ahan Consolidated School third and Fcmfth Grades Hoi»of roll for first six weeks of second semester Is as follows: Grade four: Mildred Watts. Joyce Molsbefry, Junior Curtis. Ellen Dolph. Grade three: Ann Edith Angus, Jerald Cunningham, Eunice Barnard. Perfect attendance: Grade four: Russell Archer, Lynn Costello, Cleo Jones, Una Mae Jndah, Joyce Molsberry, Lester Shook, George Strohl, Joyce jgAtatesfeVift f The sixth grade Is still having I per cent IB Arithmetic. j in Geography tne sixth grade i Is studying longitude and latitude. We are having a librarian for OTtr library. Edna Bingham Is our librarian now. Several hare had perfect attendance In the room. They are: David Angus, Ralph Bolton, William Barnard. John Belknap, Edna Bingham, Donald Hartley, John Jtrdah. Donald Martin, Phyl-* Thomas. Grade three: Eunice Barnard, Mary McCollester, Norma Smith. Fifth and Sixth Grades We are sorry to say that we are having many people leave our room. Their names are: Bobbie Himelham. Eugene Cults, Eileen Malloy, Virginia Smith, Cleatns Powers, and Martha Bartles. We have read eight books since school started. We are on the ninth book now. The name of it is "Lad a Dog." The next book will be "Further Adventures of Lad." In the sixth grade reading they dramatized the story "The Cobbler Who Became a Astrologer." Mildred Horn and Elgie Degase came In our room and said a poem about kittens. Mr. ana Mrs. J. W. srayfleld of Tabor were visitors of relatives and friends here last Friday. Howard Kayton and son, Charles, attended the funeral of Miles Sells at Randolph last Tuesday. Us Olson. Lorraine Thomas, tha Bartles. Eugene BelVnap, Bobble Bingham. Eugene Cntts, Bobble HImelhan. Erma Judah, Betty Jane Loveli. Doreen Swain, Donald Trively, Doris Williams. By Doris Williams. Strahan alumni basket ball team will meet the Omaha and Council Bluffs booster team at Strahan school house Wednesday evening. The booster team Is composed of ex-Crelghton stars. Art Kelly In captain and Willie Worthy and Binder will support him. In the Strahan Hnptip are Capt. Glen Bayes, Darrell and Ralph Costello, Bob Baj-es, and Kenneth Allensworth who in a recent game made more points than the entire opposing team. Mrs. G. M. Young went to Red Oak Saturday for a visit with relatives. Sunday dinner guests at the W. H. Angus home were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nagel, Clarence and Dorothy, and Lewis Conrad. It strikes me that we're all In the same boat with Christopher Columbus. He didn't know where he was going when he started. When toe got there he didn't know where ho was. And when he got back ho didn't know where he had been. — Exchange. Imogene • S. E .Mills Stevenson at day. Malvern last Sun- Epworth League Rally Sunday Afternoon Sunday afternoon we had an Epworth League Rally in the M. S. church. Leagues from Malvern, Smerson, Strahan, Silver City, Henderson, and Wesley Chapel and Hastings were present, mak- ng an attendance of ninety roung people. Hastings had the argeat number of League mem- jers present. Two epeclal numbers were given — one from Malvern, the other from Silver City —-and a very interesting talk by our district superintendent, Dr. ihenton, After the afternoon iervjces were over ten minutes were taken to shake hands and get acquainted with different members. This Afternoon proved o be an enjoyable one as well as gaining a great deal from the ervice. In Epworth League Sun- lay evening services were led by Mrs. L. E. Ripley on the subject if Money, and we discussed its alue and different ways to spend. We are planning on giving a bort play next Sunday evening »nd we are looking forward to a arge attendance, Miss Jennie Fellows, who is a nurse in Omaha, visited a few days last wee* with her parents, Mr. and M.W. M. B, Fallow.*. Mr. and Mrs, R ,L. p and BOB, Qerald, &uto.ed. to Nebr, g«ad*y. Rej Dirwts^ MP, and Mra. Fraak fianw»b, return 04 home wltb Uw»» Mrs. LjsU« Dawsoa asd children were Oleawood vteitors wrday. M. E. Church Notes 8un4ay school at 10. Epworth League at Church at 7:80, ity to near Emerson were routed from their beds last Saturday evening by a group of friends and all proceeded to make merry. Refreshments brought along by the Jolly crowd were served late in Earl Phillips Weds Miss Ellen Fitzwater Saturday, Fob. 18, Earl Phillips who lives five mites northwest of Imogene and Miss Ellen Fitzwater of near Randolph drove to Maryville, Mo. where they were married. They will reside on the Phillips farm. Party for Joe Regan On" Thursday evening, Feb. 23, about fifty neighbors and friends wentin to spend the evening with the evening and sandwiches, cake, consisted of and coffee, Those making up this group were the families of Mr, and Mrs, Bob Pollitt, Briggs, Mr. Mr, and and Mrs. Merrll Mrs, Everett his new home west of town, The crowd brought plenty of sandwiches, pickles, doughnuts, coffee and cake with them which ihe ladies served. Mr, Regan was a good neighbor and has lived in this locality for a number of years. His friends wish him success and prosperity In bis new home. Parents, ivlt! 0. D. P.. oatfiwi Shirley, visited Anderson &p4, family from north of Qlenwaod, James &eoJt and family, ft! id Joe Marley ' of Qlenvood and Marvin,' Fa?el , visited BllWisy J» the Bsrt " ^ , Quyer of Strafeau visited In tfte M. i ( Fellows home Mon day, j»r- wwl Mrs, N. j, IS' 8beJaa»daa,b Saturday, Wsl&fif CuJUey 'vlsjted, J« aeor«e Retherford, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Williams and children, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Flemings, Joda Frohn, Chas. Hanson, and Mr, and Mrs. Lester Thomas. Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Kayton were week-end guests at the home of Mrs. Kayton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carley, of Carson, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Nims and children are moving into the west residence property of 2eno Bass in Strahau and will make that their home for the coming year. While not expecting to make It a thing of profit nevertheless the Ladies' Union cleared something over $9 from the serving of the father and son banquet. The latest report from the serving of the Henry Nims sale shows a profit of $12. This makes a nice sum added to the treasury. Mr. and Mrs, H- P, Barnard and family are moving from the Louis Anthony farm near Clark station to the Trenholm farm east of strahnn recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Quyer, Mr. Guyer has purchased a farm north of Malvern, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Beam are moving to the Anthony farnj and Chas. St. Patricks Students Present Play on Sunday St. Patrick high school presented their class play, "Happy Hollywood Hours," to a full house In St. Patricks hall Sunday night, Feb. 26, The cast was as follows: James Mitchell, a manufacturer, Tom Conners. Alice Mitchell, his wife, Lucy Agnes Laughlin, Rose Mary Mitchell, their daughter, Elizabeth Maher. Donald Smith, Mitchell's partner, Tom Regan. Letty Lythe, a motion picture star, Charlotte Sullivan. Robert Moore, a motion picture director, Joe Ryan, Gerald Reed, a young Chicago product, John Sullivan, June Emerson and Violet Reynolds, friends of Rose Mary, Angela Saner and Veronica Leahy. Irene, the maid, Monica Doyle. Barn Bums Last Thursday afternoon Leo Doyle who farms the farm known as the Chas. Bnrtlett farm burned off a weed patch and then thinking the fire was all out lett for the home of his brother, Joe, near Solomon. In the meantime the fire which was not entirely out flamed up and spread into a stalk field connecting with the barn yard and the barn caught fire and burned. It contained about 100 bushels of corn and several of his implements, The son of near Wyman. Ruth Grant, a good Margaret Scheibeler. teacher, were Ml** visitor B4turd,»y, lF»4w*jr ' son and family are moving from one of the Adam Qipe farms to one of the Collard farms west of Oscar Brlley. ' Dent Hites attended a well dig' gers' convention at Lincoln, Nebr. Tuesday. Jim Pawson spent the week end with La, Veru Potter. Qtha Quimby and son, Bale, of Tabor visited Saturday evening In the Roy Qulmby home. Mr. aad Mrs. Minga aud family visited iu the Uouie of their son, George Mluge, Sunday. Mrs. p. w. WutUlcuw aad son, Jim, were Henderson visitors Tuesday- Ma* Sllftok of Mal- vUltiaa Sunday lu th« Harry Pottw tome. Molly Brown w&o kja Taxirdrlver, looking for a reward, Robert Maher. b**tt IU for totue 0. » H 10 ifete ink. *** m* is* Mrs. F, N; Weber of Walnut has been here visiting her father Johnny Hughes and other relatives for several diiys. Mr. and Mrs. William pike went to Qsceola last Friday to visit relatives. Miss BOB Ryan, a student nurse In Mercy hospital who was so seriously injured in on auto accident OB Jau. 16 while on hei way to do visiting nursing, Is now home with her mother, Mrs. AUie Ryan. Sh e wade a wonderful' recovery but is not strong enough to, resume Uer dmies as yet. Last Wednesday, Feb. as, was a very wludy day but cleaa- Uft Uj about a o'clock in tine aftemooa heavy local shower of T. F. Maher and Thos. and Mrs. T. G. O'Connor spent Monday in Council Bluffs and Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Maher and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Gutschenrltter and family attended a dance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin near Climax. It was a fare well as they are moving from the Will Martin farm to the George Kellenbarger farm near Emerson. The fine spring like weather is giving the farmers the farming fever. Many are cutting, breaking, and harrowing stalks while some are discing, getting ready for small grain. Johnny Owens came near having a real fire last Tuesday morning when the roof of lila house caught lire from u burning flue. It was very fortunate he saw it and put it out without much damage. The Methodist ladles gave a supper at the church last Wednesday evening. A pood crowd attended and they cleared $13.50. Frank Gutschenritter of Sheu- andoah spent the fore part of this week .here with his parents. He was sick most of the time with Intestinal flu. A large crowd of neighbors and friends enjoyed a dance at the home of Mr. aud Mrs. Will Malloy on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Malloy are moving to a farm near Anderson. r»tn gud nouje fell on the couuiy. Una, Fremont »ud wim*> turue mUesi southeast of Imofeao the ground, « w covered with «IQW mid btu, H only * dear ID gh t n, " . uwUUw «u>\v uor Hut HOW MODERN WOMEN LOSE FAT SAFELY I'hysli'wl Vigor •— Youthful- With CU'«r Skhi «u«l VI- iows Eyes TUiit With Glorious Here's the recipe tlmt banishes fat aud brings into blossom all the natural attractiveness that every woman possesses. Every niorulug take one half teaspoouful of Kru»clieu Salts 1» a (Class of hot water before breakfast-— cut down ou pastry aucl fatty meats — go llgUt ou not»toe«, butter, cream and bu«a — in i week* get ou the scales uoto how mauy pounds of have vmu»U<«i, Qot a bottle of KrusciuMi Baits 7- tli» mat U trimns uud It la»U 4 we«k». u even ibU tir»t boUl» coaviftce you »hl* is tli* !MU««t uud Hucent way to if y<M( dou't tw\ a *u* la UwllU — fat

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