The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on March 2, 1933 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX THfe MALVtRN LEAbfeft, IOWA. MAftgtt & 1933 Male CHottia iiftfi Spiritual*, Hymiift at Union Set-vice twenty-One Me«,f«rttci pate hi Mtisteal Effort Attenders at the community church service Sunday evening •were confronted by a new type of program when a onion male chorns presented an evening ol music. Choral nnmhers, spirituals hymns were Included In the program as well as a dnet, a quartet and an Instrumental solo. Directed by Vernon Bobbltt and with Ralph Birch playing the accompaniments, the chorus of twenty-one voices gave a pleasing service and stirred members of the group and of the audience to suggest that the organization be continued. The audience attending over-flowed the main auditorium of the Methodist church and made necessary the use of the auxiliary lecture room. The program presented Included two anthems /'Awakening Chorus" and "Master the Tempest Is Raging"; two spirituals, "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" and "Standing in the Need of Prayer"; and two hymns, "Church In the Wlldwood" and "My Anchor Molds." A quartet made up of Clifford DIHehay and Allen Wortman, tenors, Walter Phelps, baritone, and Lloyd Short, bass, sang two numbers, "One Fleeting Hour" by Dorothy Lee and "The Builder" by Cadman. Edward Wearln and Lloyd Walker, students in the high school, sang a bass and tenor duet, "Sometime, Some•Where" by Tllman. They were accompanied by Marjorle Donner. Harry Hilton played a cornet eolo, "Tyroleam" by Holmes, accompanied by Jane Fletcher. Rev. L. R. Bobbltt read the scripture lesson for the service and pronounced the benediction. Ftriieifal Kite* (Contrhtred from page i) there Is bnt a step between tnee and death." Harvey H. Snmtners, son Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Summers was born In Malvern, Nor. 16 1890. A large part of his Hfe wa spent on the home farm with his parents and family. For a nnm her of years Mr. Summers has been in very poor health, making «t necessary for him to live In Colorado. He was taken very 111 two weeks ago while driving a bos and was taken off his route at Rawllns, Wyo. and taken immediately to the hospital where he had the best of care. Here It was found he had pneumonia in Us worst stage and passed away last Tuesday morning at the hospital. His immediate family who are living are his father, W. L. Summers, his wife and two daughters. Nora and Mary Ellen of Malvern, a sister, Mrs. Nora Thomson, of Grihnell, and one brother, John F. Summers, of Chicago. Besides these, are a large number of friends and many relatives, many of whom are here today. It was not my privilege to have known or to have met the one In whose memory we gather here today to respect and as we meet to sympathize with his loved ones. Firemen at Annual Miss Gertrude Ballard of Red Oak was a guest of Loucille Churchill over the week end. SurpnW Martin Seipold on Hl» Birthday sur. of Walwn Ia«t week. on , "' whleh S»»PoId'« birthday, and homl WM the Martln "WWW M|M Warth« party *£A c ? m|)I «' t « »«rprfae to Much of Mr. Summers'*! life was one of struggle and battle as he Spend E^nrfig at Cards at Commmiity Building Malvern's Volnnteer Fire Department Is no mere organization whose sole activity Is the extinguishing of fires. In addition it Is a powerful social organization and members thereof derive benefits such as accrued at the depart' ntenfs annual frolic In the Com mnntty bnlldlng last Wednesday evening. Between fifty and sixty firemen and a few non-member guests attended the affair and participated in the progressive card party. Pinochle and pitch were used as the games of the evening and prizes were awarded high and low pointers. Harry Lookabill Jr. received first prize for high point, being awarded a Consolation cleansing powder was awarded to Sam Walker, low man of the evening. A huge bowl of punch kept the firemen refreshed during play and coffee and doughnuts were served at the close of the evening. In charge of the affair was the de* )artment's social and entertain' nent committee, chalrmanned by F. S. Higglns. Members: F. A. Mulholland. Lloyd Mulholland, Eugene Hertz, C. L. Kunce, J. H. Beckwlth, Albert Johnson, Dale Kline, Tom Gldley, Ward Roberts, Vern Dunn, John Kline, E. E. bo* of corn flakes, prize of a can of „. w7scom P 7.red%7..rbTaHh E SP2nfr, Homer Walker, and J. to be separated from his home E> Randerson. Garden j f ttfcie tteatt. of *f L t Tire flatten) Garden cTnb met I (Cdirtinurt fro* Feb. i* fft tfrft Letfoft too*. *tts. «*«* fa ttftfrtefre *ft* L. R. »6t»bitt was leader. Sn« Bare i til* on "Smalt fteffn- nfngs." ffcft pfogratn f6«ft*ed: Mis* Stack renewed "f Stmply Had to Hare ft Garden." How te Get an fcarly Start With Oftf Garden, Mrs, GttgeTef, Discrimination in Buying Seeds, Mrs. CofFHw. tfow to Start Annnats Right, Mrs. Atsos. Vegetables, Mrs. Laird. Wortn*nile activities for ihe Garden el no were then discussed. Roll call Was answered by naming new frknts we hope to hav* this yeaf. nnd family and even then. fight- Ing the fight of continued poor health, also the problem of employment, with which so many are struggling today. How difficult this was none but himself and God knows and understands. His last hard battle must hare been one of real courage, hero- Ism, and fidelity as be drove his lius through the bitter cold and storms of a few weeks ago with deep concern for the corporation who had employed him and for the welfare of his passengers. To this job and responsibility be stuck until he no longer had the strength to go farther, so they lifted him from his bus and rushed him to the hopltal at Rawllns, Wyo. where he was given every care. Here, It was found, he had pneumonia which caused his death. Life after all Is a strubble, a battle. Today it seems we are all engaged In a real war, not a sham battle. Our friend is one among could no longer arrived and they made merry until a late hour. Refreshments were served consisting of sandwiches, pickles, coffee, and cake. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knop, Mr. and Mrs. Louis v Knop and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leu and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Menschel and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pontow, Alfred, Everett, and Lester Knop, Edwin and Gerald Leu, Hugo, Otto, and Albert Selpold, Gladys Laughlin. Delia Knop, •and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Seipold. Mrs. Sarah Raine Honored on Eight}-second Birthday Mra. Charles Ralne attended a surprise birthday party for Mrs. Sarah Halne at the Roy Lewis home in Glenwood Thursday. The party was in the form of a pot luck luncheon at noon given by the Rebecca lodge honoring the eighty-second birthday of Mrs. Raine. She Is the grandmother of Charles Raine. must all make some day. Today his body is back ana lays among his childhood friends, neighbors, relatives, and loved ones who have known him through the years. Today we lay away his body within a stones throw of his childhood home. Iowa T. B. Association Meet in Council Bluffs The annual meeting of the Iowa Tuberculosis association will be held In Council Bluffs Friday and Saturday of this week in the Chieftain hotel. A wonderful program has been arranged with some of the highest authorities In the United States as speakers. The meetings are open to the public as are the luncheon and dinner on Friday, for which you may secure reservations. Miss Maree Kelley spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Kelley, near Hastings. Public Sale at the Malvern Sale Barn Saturday, March 4 ONE O'CLOCK Sharp HORSES If you have a horse for ««le bring it in, CATTLE We will have several cows, Qne Shorthorn year old heifer, Several salves, HODS Eight sows to farrow soon, Some stock pigs, SHEEP Seven bred Shropshire e we§, HAY A fine lot of native wild hsy, baled. LUMBER AND POSTS A lot of native Jwmber. Some split o«k po»t*. MISCELLANEOUS i»cub*tor»j one brood ws m9 ridteg diw cult.. v»ter, Out p*ir of G««M. ADDITIONAL LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Combs from south of Emerson were In Malvern yesterday. Mrs. Louis Hetzel east of Ran* dolph had a narrow escape from asphyxiation with monoxide gas Monday while washing in her basement and recharging the lighting system at the same time. In some manner gas accumulated enough to cause her to be quite ill and had It not been for a young man assisting them on the farm she would not have been able to get out to fresh air. Miss Grace Churchill and Morton Troxel of Wilbur, Nebr. were Saturday night visitors in the Frank Churchill home. T. R. Cross came In Friday from Mitchell, So. Dak. for a short visit and to accompany Mrs. Cross and the children home after a weeks visit at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Churchill, Mrs. Olive Kay ton, Mrs. Geo. F. Salyers, Mrs. G. S. Bacrett, ^ l ,, l i,,j l| and.M:i ! ii L :jadia: ly^W'^UtOWr^WW^r^Eiy»5fr«na!rr Wednesday afternoon and were guests of the Strahan Ladies' Union which met at the home of Mrs. Frank Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. L. A, Trumbo ot Holdrldge, Nebr. were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C, E. Es- terqulst. Mrs. Trumbo is a niece of Mrs. Esterquist. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. DeardorK drove to Omaha Tuesday and called on George Mellor at the Clarkson hospital while there. L. B. Jeep was in Omaha Tuesday doing some buying for the Variety store. Frank Hertz and mother, Mrs. Carl Hertz, drove out to St. Edwards, Nebr. yesterday for a few days visit with his sister, Mrs, Minnie Nelson, and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mackey, Miss Dorothy Miller, and Miss Alice Hall spent Monday In Omaha. Mrs. Mackey attended a cosmetology school of instruction. Misses Esther and Leona and little Elizabeth Leu and their brother, Robert Leu, have been quite sick with the chicken pox but are recovering nicely now. There has been quite a lot of chicken pox in that neighborhood, Miss Esther Leu is helping her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Menschel, move this week She will stay with them a couple weeks to assist her aunt and then plans to go to the home of her Grandmother Menschel to help her with her work. IERKHIMIR Frink* Celebrate 2Sth Wedding AftfliversAfy Mr. and Mrs. A. C. JFrink entertained a number of relatives and friends at dinner Sunday, Feb. 26 ( the occasion being in honor of thelf twenty-fifth wed' ding anniversary. After an afternoon spent in various gaines the guests left Congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Frlnk and hoping they could all help them celebrate their golden wedding. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Frlnk, Elizabeth and L-awrence, C. A. Stewart and sisters, Irene, Edith, and Maty Stewart, Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Wet«el and twins, Charles and Charlotte, and Miss Llllle Kjellberg, all of Henderson; Mr. and Mrs. W, W. Jamison and J. o. Prink of Red Oak ,and James FTTSchoenlng of Silver City. Before departing the guests presented Mr. and Mrs. Frink with a purse In honor of their silver wedding. Extend Star Route East to Imogene Three Town* Now Served from Local Post Office From the post office whose master is I. L. Donner will go mail to one more southwestern Iowa community as a result of a recent addition to the star route system from the Malvern post office. Imogene la the community to be benefltted by the new service. The star route was provided Imogene In order to give that community two malls a day instead of the usual one. It was obtained through the efforts of C. B. Abbott, the Imogene post master, and Congressman C. E. Swanson 'in, Washington. ;x.The The mail will be carried by Ed Ness, who has been carrying the mall on the star route to Randolph for some time. Ness leaves the Malvern office as soon as the mail from train No. 11 on the Burlington Is obtained. Third star route from Malvern is that serving Tabor, m Maty Pianvb. tnree cnfldren came to blest this trnftfft, tfre dying fn Infancy. Mr. gteveftwon wis a of tfre First Baptist clmrtfc of Malvern. On June 26, idle he WAS called spoil to part with Ms b«- loVed companion, leaving hftn to b* t>oth father aud ttottrer to his two daughters, aged twelve and eight years, this duty he performed faithfully. He always ihet the hard things oi Hfe with faith and courage to make the best of conditions. He had been in poof health the last few months and perhaps suffered more than h!» friends realized, as he was not given to complaining. He leaves to'iaourn his loss his oldest brother, James, of Indiana and two daughters, Florence Minnie Bowen of Hastings and Almee Rose at home. The infant son, Carroll lean, passed away In 1919. Howard O. Ddiph Funeral Stratum (Continued from page 1) Charles OIpe as accompanist, sang. Burial was in the South drove cemetery by the side of his son, Kenneth, who preceded him but a year or so ago. The pall bearers were Roy and Robert Sbaul, W. E. Fahnestock, l^red H. Priest, Harry Conrad, and Leslie J. Shay. ^ Mr. Dolph was bom In the same neighborhood in which he died and lived there practically his entire life, commanding the highest respect of all who knew htm for his nelghborltness, honesty, and integrity. The following obituary was given: Howard Ormsby Dolph was born Nov. 3, 1874 on the old borne farm of his father, J. Hiram Dolph. in South Grove township neighborhood near Btrahan. After a brief illness of bronchial pneu* *ftb heart fre $ra8ira 'A'Wvj 1ft MS ffofnNI 20. 168*. H* **«* t« fn ffifl vicinity Sfra wfts in the cowntry Scntfol "at Grove. later going (6 Hfgh1a*8 Park eoTTefce at 1m ttoffre* a*« afso attetfaed ntff»at coffftfe «t 8ften«1»doaB. He w*s fttway* *nef- getfe, thrffty, aird ol feign cffnt- age and sterling integrity, tak»g active part fn cdmrannfty, cfenfeh, and senool affairs. His bora* a*d family were hit greatest Interest in life and he bestowed himself upon thetn. tie was married* to Edna June dgden, Ang. 81, 1898, and continued Ms farming on the farm adjoining until IdII. Moving to his present home and living there until the time of his passing. to this union were born three children, Kenneth Howard, who passed away on Jane 18, 1081, and two daughters, Oeraldine and Majclne, who with the wife, two brothers, Harvey E, aitd 3. W. toolph .three sisters, Eva Dnrbin, Rachel M. Davis, and Helen Summers, many other relatives, and a host of friends ate left to mourn and ttiss this beloved father, husband, and brother, truly such a eltiten will be long and lovingly remembered and the good influence of bis useful life will remain as a blessing In this, his home community. The following appropriate verses were written by one unable to be present at the services: Our circle is broken, A dear one has gone "To be with the loved one* Who were beckoning htm come. Our hearts are so heavy, We feel so depressed i Oh! why are we burdened With this awful distress i His mission on earth Has justly been filled, His burdens are ended Just as God willed. Our cup though bitter, Is full to the brim But, we will drluk It In memory of him. His Pass was • sent out From Heaven on high, He closed hi? life's book And bade us goodbye. •B. V. D. Contftftet* fn of STftftey attd CottMy 6* Mills. RMfaMe Hostter e*a earning *25 **etJf and etefy teofttn. Km tfo,, Sett, 81*1 MISCELLANEOUS "" 8*1* "* Good well wort horse, weight 14W. < Salts. wofri R*n*=*Two ttedeffi in north Malvern. Call Hardware. For Sale «^ Brood sows, farrew soon.**-?. W 4 Hastings. SSttt Sale — 2 Holstelh tell* co*s, fresh. —Pant ftoenfeidt, ft . mile west of county farts Oft M highway »4. 884, ' 4 Boom ttouke T. W. Oldley. ttetit>»»8«e 8M,, Want to Bay—A good young milk cow. —Claude Brooks, Sal* j four. Phone m>F20, Malvern, SEEDS AND FEEDS OaU for spring seeding. Made 60 bu. yield last year.— Ralph Robbing, Hastings. 82-8. For Bale —10 tons alfalfa hay,, first cutting, In barn, — C. in,'-'' Lakin, Emerson. ' 33-1. For Sale — Alfalfa hay In barn. — O. O. Cunningham. 82tf. WORK WANTED torn Shaw — Piano Tuning, Leave orders with Collins Drug, Malvern, or Priest's Drug store, Hastings. 8Btt Wdls—W« clean and repair oM wells or make new ones. — Phon« - m.F14.~A. R. Bird. 41tf. •Our Own Dollar Day Offer every i 1 <>.- '£• •.*SL«^. . HUUdale Community Club Met on Friday Evening The Hillsdale Community club held Us February meeting Friday evening at the cburob. A special program for the evening was ar* ranged and presented by the young people of the club. The program: Music, led by Mrs, J*eo»a Ham* men* and Carol Reasoner. Vocal duet. Maxine Ven Grade! and Virginia Anthony. Reading, Dawn of Americgo Democracy, Edith Ruse. Vocal duet, Lavlta Briscoe and Ardlth Slaughter. Music, Phyllis WfceeJler aud. An., thoay Mlckelwait. Quartet, W&Uer PbeJpg, JAoy4 8b.o«, Clifford RJUehay, 994 leu Wortman, Play, "Kvsrjf Cou.pi« U Nat a Pair." The ca«t luolutjad.: Smith, u ebarmlAf bride, Wolf; JtUm 8wUh, tha Mluuto Amu UW Sumb, to» m«* w*» lift* f*m Mi** la; Yi» Qr*d*Ji Mr*, lrow t&gti DM timt, Cooney Catches Harness Thieves For quick work In apprehending criminals you may hand it to Deputy Sheriff 8. V. Cooney. Last Friday he and Harry Widows took two prisoners to Eldora and one to Anamosa and returned home the same night. It was along toward morning however when they came through Red Oak. This side of Red Oak a few miles he noticed a car at the side of the road, occupied, that aroused his suspicions. After they passed it, It came along behind, Mr. Cooney turned off on, a side road until they bad passed and then came up behind and saw that It was a Montgomery county car with a t?88 license. He was curious as to.why H was begged away from home at such »n hour. He stopped at Emerson for « lunch and then drove on and caught up with them again and before they reached Qlenwpod passed them, When he reached the White CUy cgmp in aienwp.ad be sent Mr. Widows ahead with, bis car and waited for tfee strftBfe car which ha halted. IB It were two men and a iQt P« harness, As they could give-BO gcwihac* count of theujsMyes. be> too* taem, in custody an4 fiaUed, wp «»e ftfear. iff at Red Oafc »»$ ask.e4 W» I{ any losses bad keep, renamed,; There had been mm ta»t * ttpr, minutes later foe cftU<?4 sn »&4 * report had jjuat come %*]»$ |«r» sets of harness bj4 from Homejp Red oak., PendergraH cajm^ o^gf tlted the bajrnjie an^ »es» aud wea t« R«4 men proved to bt tw* 1WS& (ron ^^^5r received Friday or Saturday we will give I in script which will be accepted at full value f T ' ' / ,. ' -^ ' |tore advertising in this issue. Mil will b§ aocepted to * " ' in Malytm's \jlg. Dote Ba^r

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