The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on March 30, 1933 · Page 4
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Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, March 30, 1933
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PAGE SIX fME MALVfcft* MALVtfcN. tOWA. MAfttti It. 1935 HASTINGS Ftitteral Rites fot Mr*. L K, Last Thursday Were Held M the Old Home hi H&ttift&t; Dr. M. A. Gable in Charge The funeral of Mrs. L. K. Ma- Son, mention of whose death was made In last week's Leader, was held In the old home In Hastings Thursday afternoon. March 28, at 2 o'clock and was largely attended by the relatives and old friends of Mrs. Mason. Dr. M. A. Gable, of Indlanola, a former pastor and friend of the family, conducted the services and preached the sermon. Mrs. Fred H. Priest sang two beautiful solos very effectively. Beautiful flowers In great profusion testified to the loving remembrance of relatives and friends. Burial was In the Hastings cemetery by the side of the husband who preceded her a few years ago after they had spent fifty Tears of wedded life together. The pall bearers were: H. W. Keffer, N. W. Colling. Fred H. Priest, W. E. Purcell. Harry Raney, and Lynn Mason. Relatives from a distance in attendance at the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Clint Genung of Bassett, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raney of Vllllsca, Mr. and Mrs. John Sewing and Gretchen of Mtneola, Wiltnot Bowman and family of Red Oak, Mr. and Mrs. George Mason and daughter, Betty, of Casper, Wyo., Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson of Peoria, 111., Mrs. Lela Mason and son, Walter Van, of Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Mason of Red Oak. The following obituary was given: The following obituary was given: Ida Amanda Mason was born in Clayvllle, N. Y., July 16, 1850 and passed away at her home in Hastings March 20, 1933 at the ftetfih The North Grove Cemetery association met last Thursday Wfta Mrs. Pant Richardson. There Were sitteen ladles present. This was their first meeting this year. All the officers were reflected. At the close of the meeting refreshment* were served by the hostess assisted by Mesdames Xlra and Mary Scott. The next meeting will fee April 20 with Mrs. Walter Bo wen. An For the thonghtfulness shown In every way and for sympathy expressed by our friends and neighbors in the hours of bereavement occasioned by the death of our beloved mother and grandmother, the late Mrs. L. K. Mason, and for the beautiful floral offerings we desire to express to •ach and all our heartfelt appreciation. The Children and Grandchildren. age of eighty-two years, eight months, and four days. She was a daughter of Geo. Law Mason and Amanda Mason. When a girl of fifteen she united with the Presbyterian church of Clayvllle, N. Y. In April, 1872, she was united in marriage with Lynn K. Mason, leaving the same day for Hastings which has been their home ever since. Their home has ever been one of hospitality. Whether in the home in Hastings or the summer home on Lake Okoboji, it wa» 10 ily, relatives, and friends. Five children blessed their union— two sons and three daughters, In 1877 a Congregational church was organized in Hastings of, which she was an active member. Her husband preceded her In death April 8, 1928 and her son, Walter, April 9. 1927. Those left to mourp her loss are one son, Geo. L., of Casper, Wyo., three daughters, Ruth M. Genung of Bassett, Nebr,, Ina L. Sewing of Mineola, and Helen K. Bowman of Red Oak and twelve grandchildren, and five great grandchildren. Her home life was ideal and the love and devotion she gave BO lavishly to husband, children, and grandchildren was returp«d in no less degree. During her long Illness her daughters gave her ev- «ry care and attention that loving hearts and hands could de- Tfise, and while her passing will leave a void in their lives nptn* Jng can fill, they have no regrets which will be a great comfort. Mrs. Charley Anderson and daughter, Kathryn, of Malveru visited iu the Hayden Clark home Saturday, REDUCED RATES iraneh Section Discontinued Mere The branch section force lo- ated at Hastings has been dls- ontinued. The foreman, Harry Euans, has been transferred to Elliott and will move there the last of this week. J. H. Gorrell who has been working with Mr. Euans on this section for the past four years will go with him to Elliott and moved his family there this week. Thus Hastings loses two good families. The work will now be handled by the New* of Public ftHBff ma Match IS Th* jam* clftse gave the fenrth frit* school program Wednesday. March 16. the getting was ft ffvfnt room scene. The family intlftded Crystal Resh, Edna Henderson. Dorothy Raden, and Thelfna Scott the radio pro* gran* was ft* follows: Craty Crystal Cowgirl, Kathfyn Hatfteld. Doe B«nttey, ftnth Dalretl. Ka*e Smith. Kathryn Anderson. Helen ford. Fischer, Nedra Craw- fhe di*b* fretter, Edith Vifcef. the Baron, Tom Christy. Edgar Lookablll. Clara, Ln ft Em. Pauline Potter, Rath Dalzell. and Mildred Darland. Aunt jane, Lorraine Clark. Ben Bernle, Edgar Lookabill. Greta Taylor, Lorraine Clark. Senior* Program March 22 section south. crews from north and We E. Pahnestock and family returned the last of the week from a several days visit at Scrlb- ner, Nebr. Mr. Fahnestock reports the snow much heavier out there than here. There it was about fourteen Inches deep. Mrs. Arthrfr Whitney and daughter, Nortna, of Brooks came over Friday morning and spent the day with Mrs. Roy Qulmby. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Campbell of near Creston announce the arrival of a son March 12. He will answer to the name of Ralph Breezo Campbell. Mrs. Campbell will be remembered as one of our former high school teachers, Miss Elsie Breezo. G. C. Kelley of Omaha spent Friday night and Saturday in the Geo, Scburr home and with his The senior class gave the fifth ilgh school program Wednesday, Mtarch 22. The program: Methuselah's Experience, A Senior. A Hobo Camp: Al, Aleene Qulmby. Ben, Bernlce Moore. Frank, Frances Fisher. Rufe, Ruth Pierce. The freshmen give the next program, Wednesday, March 29. EAST LIBERTY Mftft Rtfth Pierce of Raftrn** wa» at m m nifftt tftett FfMat of her frttftd, Miss Kathryn At- Visitors the past two weeks have been: Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Dalzell, Mrs. Woods, Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Lookabill, Mrs. Fellows, Evelyn Crawford, Frieda Fellows, Mlna Christie, Thelma Crawford, Marguerite Edie, Joe Hathaway, and Dale Potter. Mr. Horsely of Simpson college gave an interesting talk last Monday morning. The seniors have decided on their class play and have received their play books. The title of the play Is "Where's My Money?" The freshman basket ball team were the winners in the interclass tournament last week. Ralph Kites was absent a few days last week on account of Illness. •vBflScT Thursday afternoon with her cousin, Mrs. C. W. Kelley. Mrs. D. W. Llnthicum and son, Jim, autoed to Henderson Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gustafson and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trybom of Red Oak visited Sunday in the Herman Schurr home. Ralph Kites has been ill the past week and was unable to attend school. Harry Euans and son, Gene, •iitaart ,tn flfdn»n rii.i.<«,.. -H.. . Pet* Fnhf of near Emerson has been spwMffng a few days at the C* I* cwftjpwtt frOtttft. J. F, LoofcabUl of Hastings was a Strnday forenoon visitor fn the home of his son, B. J. Lookabifl, and famfly. Mrs. Fred Pierce and daughter, Rnth, were guests Sunday In the home of Mf. and Mrs. C. 8. Anderson. Calvin Shapcott, Bale Hunt, and Pete Fnhr Were Conhcil Bluff* visitors Sunday. We hop* that a good many Will be able to attend the pot luck supper and program at the church Friday evening. Everyone invited. Mrs. C. f. Shapcott and children, Madeline and Billy, were guests Sunday in the home of her father, Earl Shook, near Maltera. The ladies of the Aid Society hone for a food attendance at the next meeting, Wednesday, April 5. They plafl to do considerable cleaning at the church that day. Bobby and Dorothy Severn of Glenwood are spending a few days in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Anderson. ! The Misses Elsie and Marian! Huff and their mother of Clarinda were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs, G. W. Rlmel, Monday. E M E R s o NT: ^S-M.-MterfllBjC.A & M.^JlCM, *.*~it. JrlUKTJRl S9CTVTCC far Mf». gtfii * fine* Fat Partef , dftfftfttef of I. R, a*d Ad«e parter, wa* twfn on a farm northwest of Hastfnps, Oct. 1907 **d j»s«*« from en of Hastings, Waldelslch, and HtLLSDALE ing. The stereoptical services held Sunday evening entitled Jason A. . .. „ ... . . Mr and Mrs. Harry Ault and L one of the , ategt p , ctureg( M nnnltv t\r ft man a wa«*a nn_ _ — _. - son, Bobby, of Omaha were en tertained Sunday In the George Scliurr home. John Ashburn of Red Oak visited his sister, Mrs. Harry Euans, a few days last week. Leslie Dawson of Rlverton visited friends In town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hanscom were Red Oak visitors Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hall of Glenwood visited in the W. R. Shepard home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Euans au- toed to Elliott Saturday where they Intend to move sometime this week. A delegation of nine attended the Sunday school convention at Glenwood Friday. We were proud of this delegation as we had the farthest distance to go and bad weather. At that we ranked second In having the next to largest delegation. Malvern beat us by one. J, C, Recter of Council Bluffs visited in the D. p. Fellows home Sunday. Lyle Balcom of Glenwood visited Saturday in the Bert Culley home. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Viner were given by Mrs. L. E. Ripley. These pictures were very interesting and helpful. Mr. Ripley who has been hold- Ing revival services in Nebraska the past two weeks will be here this week so we will have our regular church services next Sunday evening. The Cemetery association will hold their regular business meeting Wednesday, April 5, at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. R. G. Priest. CHAMPION HILL Several from here attended the declamatory contest in Emerson Tuesday evening. Madge and Mary Mae Parker spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Kochersperger and daughters. Doris Bishop stayed in tows ail last week on account of bad weather. Miss Edna Fry of Plattsmouth spent the week end with her niece, Mrs. Mable Kellenbarger, Marion Brlggs missed a day or two of school last week on ac- Mrs. Geo, Garrett of near Pacific Junction visited the past week with her niece, Mrs. Glen Seeger, and with her sister, Mrs. Stella Sawyers. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Cell of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Graves and Joan were Sunday guests in the parental D. H. Moses home. .Mrs. A. H. Culver was hostess to sixteen ladies Wednesday at an old fashioned quilting party. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brooks were guests at a birthday dinner in the Charles Coffey home in honor of Mrs. Coffey. Mr. and Mrs. George Howard visited in the A. H. Culver home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arlelgh Shepard and two sons enjoyed Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Les Pippitt. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Culver and Mrs. Mary Sawyers and children were in Council Bluffs Thursday. Community night was postponed until this Friday evening, visited last week end in the Ray i count of sickness. Lindon home at Shenandoah. i Three of our young people at. Hotel S»very has . Large pomfortable t room with bath for 1 person fig, for ? p*m»8si3,arc»t latlng ice water, oo popular prices. Try Savery »9rvl9* and idVlnQ^yQu'iJ eomeback. W J. 0'&)nn»JI, (Ur. OTTEL SAVERY IOWA. Our prices oaprintingarenot always the *«* wRBWMW? wSP wtltsKfwrf'9f' Robert Bayes of Strahan and Joe Clark visited Sunday in the Lawrence Reed home. Franklin Niday of Glenwood spent Saturday and Sunday in the A. V. Clites home. Mrs. Fred Lookabill and Edgar ttutoed to Omaha Friday after Regiua who is attending school there. Tom Carter of Macedonia was a dinner guest In the Harry Euans home Friday. Miss Velroa Mings visited til the R. F. Crawford home Sunday. Jim, Maxlne, and Joe Dawson of lUvertoii were In town Sunday visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Cemore and daughter, Dorothy, of Macedonia were dinner guests in the Harry Euaus home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jotmeon and fttttxily and Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Kggres and children of Red Oak visited Sunday in the home of Mr. iiutl Mrs. UnlpU Huuseow. Mr. uu4 Mr». A. H. Crawfurd and daughter, Harriet, visited in the H. p. Rea home at Ksswt Bund»y. B. H, ttftliell and family vl»- Ued ih,»ir children aucj trlwwdu ia OUy, Mo, ovtMT tUe w«ek of J4ir. f.%4 Mm- AlAMlQito vl»u»4 Mr. w& MM. CUff Buu- tended the county Sunday school convention at Glenwood Friday; they were Dean McLain, Watu}a Kochersperger, and Carrie jameg, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Springer of Red Oak visited Merrill Sunday. Raymond Allen spent Saturday night with his cousin, Joe AU»n, and attended Sunday school with htm at Champion Hill. Elolse LIddell stayed in Smer- sou Tuesday night in order to, at* tend the contest at the high school gym. The Arthur Frasier family spent Friday evening Jn the Francis Parker home, Sherman Allen delivered hogs to the Shenandoah market Moa-» day, Jean Kocher»p«rger was on the sick list last week and WRftWe 14 attend Sunday school. It was few first absence in aUout fo«r year** Ralph Lldaell spent Thu night in (be Kttchar»j»rger where h» waj Rural Pupils Given v Problems to Solve The rural eighth grade pupils are struggling with a problem involving a circle and a square sent out to them by the county superintendent. Not having an answer is proving very difficult for » few. There are very few errors in computation and decimal points. In cases where the pupils have thoroughly analyzed the problem and have used diagrams, the work has been excellent, Merely learning to read is not all there is to this subject. A desire to read good'things for pleasure and Information is also essential. As. the school libraries gain new books, even tho 1 very few, each year, and the rural pupils have access to attractive, worth-while books, the desire to read becomes stronger. Books listed by the Iowa Pupils Reading Circle board are arranged by grades when a pupil reads four books for his grade and makes ft written report on one he is en* titled to a certificate, Such certi* ficates have been wan by: PWnview school; Rose Mary Hopp (in the second grade), and Joan Woolsey, Qoheca school j Hester ABB Wright, Archie Fisher, Wng, Pallas Newman, Wright and Warren this fife in an Omaha hocpftu at 1:65 a. m., Match SO, !»*», at the age of twenty-live ventt, fotrr months, and twenty-five days. The immediate canse of her death was infected tontit*. When a email girl she moved with her patents to a farm near Emerson. It was there she attended school and grew to womanhood. On July 24, 1924 she was united in marriage to Dale Edle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edle, at Council Bluffs. To this union four children were born: Keith, now eight year* old, Edwin, «, Frank, 4, and Darlene, 2. Besides her husband and children mentioned she is survived by her patent*, Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Parket; five brother*: Alton Parker of Hastings, Raymond Parker of Btewartville, Mo. Harry Lynn, Galen and Teddy of Emerson; sit sisters: Mrs. Neva Bow- Mrs. Thelma Mr*. Edith Brown of Omaha, Mrs. Ethel Roedell of Council Bluffs, Mr*. Maud Roedell ot Qulnlan, Okla., Mrs. Dorothy 8_ldebottom of Oakland; one sister, Mrs. Gladys Roedell, preceded her in death May 1, 1929. Mrs. Edle was not a member ot any church but she trusted in her Saviour. She was noble in character and was loved by all who knew her. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 at the grave side in the North Grove cemetery with Rev. J. F, Stllle, pastor of the First Baptist church of Emerson in charge. TUe pallbearer* were: Carl Edle, Kenneth Edie, Byron Parker, Melvln Parker, Warren Parker, and Carl Scott. Her cousin, Byron Parker, of Sheuandoah sang the hymns. All of her brothers and sisters were in attendance at the services except Mrs. Maude Roedell of Quinlan, Okla. lO HuffnHP rn BfiMfTson test a Mf »**tiftg 1* th* lodge RoTtte 01 H&iKaJXCy" A. F. ft A. «. fn Bm*r* Tfcirrftdfty night wttft a Jaige attendance from tire toeat lodge and many vftftfng brethren.- Three other lodge* were tnvfted to be Malvern, Glenwowl, Red ther* were other* pfe*ent from tabat, Sfrref City, aftd Coti»«I Staffs. Frank J. Shaw and Clyde 1. Rldenouf of out school faculty were the candidates and were given the Work in the third degree in satisfactory manner. Efficiency men Henry, Cafpuntef, Norman, and Pelton of Council Bluffs, attd Sell of Red Oak, took part in the work and it was wen done. After the work a committee of Eastern Star ladles served a delicious luncheon of sandwlche*, salad, lemon pie, and coffee. there were ninety of the brethren present. Those attending the Mill* County Sunday School Convention at Glenwood Friday 'were: Mrs. L. E. Rlpley, Mrs. Richard Crofton, and Mi** Jessie Kellenbarger. W, J. Adam* returned home Friday from Los Angelea, Calif, where he spent the winter with hi* wife and daughters. Mis* Avis Boswell was in Council Bluffs Thursday. Mrs. Clara McDowell returned home where Thursday she spent from Omaha several week* Card of Thank* We wish to thank the many friend* for their kindness daring the illness and death, of our beloved mother, wife, and daugh- Ray Hlckj aad UotUe Rural PupiU Score Perfect in Spelling Pupiia who have; bad JUG pejr, feet spelling' lesspns t Hawthorne; Virginia N Helen Julius and Porotfey yers. I4ucoln: Hubert Cowerdin and Kubl. Attendance Records Good, Rural School* Perfect attendant MUl» county's as follows: Barbee; Glen, and Join McCree4y, hers, Mr. and Mrs. Hay Yatea's Celebrate Sixty.fourth Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E, Yates, parents of Dr. and Mrs. H. 0. Yates, formerly of this place, celebrated their sixty-fourth wedding anniversary last Monday at the home of their son, Dr. H. C. Yates, in Mt, Vernon. Mr, Yates passed his ninetieth year last fall and bis wife is eighty-nine. As they lived In Emerson a number of years they have many friends here. They are the grandparents of Mrs. Earl Crawford of thin place, with her daughter, Laura. Misses Grace and Leona Dlxon went to Maryville, Mo. Sunday and brought their brother, Reuben, home with them. He ha* been very ill In the St. Francis hospital there for the past three month*. Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Stokes spent Sunday with his parent* in Omaha. Mr. and Mr*. Wilbur Morrison were Shenandoah visitor* Monday. Mr*. Alma Whipple and son, Robert, of Red Oak were business visitors here Monday. D, C, Coppage, L. B. Rice, and E. W. Elkin* attended a Shell Oil convention and banquet in Omaha Tuesday. Mr, and Mr*. Will Gammon of Et 9ft SfwB* . 4ft£*jL-tJEifcJL ii'if "itftfjilli ft Momny vv 611109 Bawmft h*fl. Vttm «M * , * tety jjfffriy&iirftifc AkifcA evening WES tttftciettn *»* Ittttt f fottt ttttt OT tcrtfifit ^JHSfS 1 Hf. *na MM. ft W. Casfcfre-Tt, Mf. aftd Mr*. B«*Hs So*Srt, M#. ffi8 ttft. Cfeattp Hire-ver, Sff. a*d Mrs. Sttrtt SMMn, Mr*, fiftt*! ftttttte, Mrs. Hwya GattOWay, ttfft. Watrfo fidSrofidsttn; Mil, CWriss AiSrtci, Mfste* tlftft Ssft* Ian, tftd F>fra Gfftvett, ttfl «f Ifsfc* flftrson, Mr. ftfcd ttff. Aflteft Cr**fota of Hastings, Mf. *frd MM. Hotafd Rae, and Mr. aft* Mrs. W. 0. Caftdft of tfttit Mf. and Mf§. tt f. Cheney tto» tofetf Id Eicelrtof Springs, Mo. Sunday, they returned home Monday bringing his falhef, Ht. S. Cheney, home with them. Mf. Cheney spent the winter at Btcel- slof Spflng*. Mf. And. Mrs. D*«*F tbofson mod soft of F>efijoht, ffehf. Mi tnaftdinf theif spring vacation here this week. Oscaf ta a teach* ef in one of the Fremont schools. Paul Carton was att Omaha visitor Monday, Mrs. Lydla Good {noted Tuesday intd Clara Abel'* house ta* cated last week by Glen Good. Mrs. Leona Pickerel and children of Omaha came last week to live with her parent*? Mr. and Mrs. J, W, Evans. convention at the Fontenelle hotel. Mr. and Mr*. K. A. Evan* were Omaha visitors Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs, Wilbur Morrison spent Saturday night and Sunday in the C, F, Barn* home in Elliott. Aubrey Grayson left Monday for his home at Ranchester, Wyo. after spending a week here in the home of his grandfather, T. H, Real EaUte Tfanafar* Record of Instrument* filed in the office* of the Recorder and Clerk of District Court of Mill* county, Iowa, from March 10, 1933, at 8 a, m. to March 17, 1933, at 8 a. m. J. H. Peterson to Fanner* St. Bank, Silver City, (W. D.) f 1 & V. C, Lot 4 and 6 in Wood* lawn Add., silver City. Marion Hammer* Smith et al to Amy Hammer*, (W. D.) Laud in Sec. 36*79-48. $1. Amy Hammer* et al to Oliver Hammer*, (W. D.) $1. Land In 25-72-42. Oliver Hammer* et al to Marlon H. Smith, (W. D.) |1. Land in 2-72-48. , Sarah M. Wood* et al to W. M. Houser, (W. D.) $60,600. (Re- record). Land in Sec. Sand 1078-40. Sheriff to Joseph LaHood, (8hf. Deed) $776.06. 72-43. Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Knight, Ralph and Helen, spent Sunday in Harlan In the home pf their daughter and sister, Mrs. Hat Wyland, » Mrs, Ray Henry anl son*, Ray. mond and Kenneth, of PJatts- mouth, Nebr, spent Thursday in the home of her mother, Mrs. Emily Burton, Lee France was a Council Bluff* visitor Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Crawford »n4 daughter, Lenora, of wold spent Sunday in the home Pf their daughter, Mrs, M. P. Lang, Sheriff* Sale imvWW~m TJQN directed to 910 from tba Office of the Clerk Qf the District Court of Mills Coun.ty 4 JQW§ on a, Judgment shtftlBftd JB gald OB Ihe $3(4 4*y ot Fehru* gvipt. o ef Jowa Haok, Jtalyera, lm^ M tiff en.} esatn»t NelUe Alstrop* Frit*, *«* its Real fiitate aUuatfid la m*wi^* mne?°>*-~f*tt* ^^tas^^K*— - *W jity, l»w% tekss « of j»4§ teract; these condition* Emil's Adla Tablet*. Collins Dru • • • we can give your rinting that modern' Mtic touch so popular in present day advertising to be held in EMERSON at one 9'siock sharp LIVESTOCK mm, «»w* .«nd oihrej, •other stack that may h e , and IMPUHENTS ^^^WJIIPlMlpTS jja? and.aajat Mhsr tfelpp»t

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