The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on April 6, 1933 · Page 6
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 6

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, April 6, 1933
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PAGE SIX THE MALVERfr LfeA ST R A H A N .»«.».-<-..^....»-,.. a .. "•>-•'«••«- Mr*. Morris Wood fill Surprised on Bfrthda? Mrs. Earl Timson and Mrs. E Nagel assisted M. C. WoodflTi I planning and carrying out a sur prise party on Mrs. Woodfil" •when on last Wednesday evenln they honored her birthday. In or der that Mrs. Woodfilt wonld b more surprised her hnsband ha pnlled down the window shades turned on the radio, and the firs* inkling she had -was when th anto horns began to blow. Mrs Woodfill wns most certainly snr prised when the crowd entered the honse but nfter a few moments confusion rallied to the oc casion and with her usual pleas ant manner made her guests wel come. The evening was spent with cards, dominoes, and checkers and with visiting. At a late hour refreshments brought by the crowd were served including sandwiches, pickles, take, and coffee. Mrs. Woodflll was presented with a beautiful and delicious birthday cake made by Mrs. Earl Timson. This was taken by Mrs. Woodflll on her return to Lincoln and enjoyed by the children there. At a late hour the guests left for their homes wishing Mrs. Woodflll many more happy birthdays. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Adam Olpe, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Olpe, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Summers, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nagel, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Timson and Jane, Mrs. Robt. PolHtt Merldeth and Doris, Mr. and Mrs Frank Johnson, Mrs. Fannl Oehring, Zeno Bass, and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Woodflll. New* of the Stf ahafl Consolidated School Senior* Will Present Class Play Thtirsday The senior class will present their clnss play, "Kicked Out of College." a comedy farce In three acts, at the school auditorium Thnrsday. April 6. at S p. m. The play cast which inclndes earn member of the class is as follows: Booties Benhow. Clarence Nagel. Tad Cheseldine. Fredric Newell. Leviticus, Vireil Hammnck. Scotch McAllister, Will Bradley. Shorty Long. Loretta Horn. Slivers Magee, Helen Shaul. Mr. Ben,). J. Benbow, Marlin Lemonds. "Sky-Hung* 1 Dome at CMeago Ladies' Union Meets With Mrs. Chas. Gipe Mrs. Chas. Qlpe and Mrs. Emmelt Glpe entertained the Ladles Union at the home of the former last Wednesday afternoon. Although the day was rather stormy a goodly number of members braved the rain to attend. Owing to the absence of the president, Mrs. Howard Kayton, no business meeting was held but the afternoon was spent socially. At about 4 o'clock the hostesses served refreshments of chicken salad, bread and butter sandwiches, pineapple rolls, and coffee. Mrs. Chas. Amick of Hender... son was a visitor for the day, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gipe left last Thursday morning for Bellevue for a several days visit at .the home of their Mr. Sandy McCann, Dale HII1- rer. Officer Rlley. Orvllle Coins. Mr. Gears, George Dinville. Jonquil Gray, Eloise Olson. Betty Benbow. Faye Bayes. Mrs. B. J. Benbow, Lillian Bradley. "Ma" Baggsby, Maxine Dolph Mrs. Mehitable MeCann, Edna Tamhsch. Sellna MeCann, Edna Cults. Mile. Miml Fleurette, Mary Clalne Churchman. Miss Juliet Snobbs, Maxtne Bell. Salamanlca Splvins, Ruby Warren. Booties, the most popular boy In college, cannot find time to go to classes. He Is "kicked out of college" and Is to be disowned by his father unless he gets married and settles down. Sandy Me- Cann, the coach of the dramatic club, is going to "fix" things up for Booties. Tad Cheseldine Is Introduced as Booties' wife. But what is Bootle's father going to say when he discovers that Tad is only Booties' roommate? Imogene • S. E. Mills Mrs. George Taken to Mercy Mrs. George SeMeWer was taken vert sic* one day last wee* and Saturday afternoon taken to Mercy hospital In Cotruen Staffs -where her condition was fotrnd to be Very Bertons. Scmday evening about S o'clock her hnsliand eaine home and at 9 o'clock Dr. Hennessey catted him to come at once. Monday morning the rest of the family were called. Nagel Wins I. H. C. Prize on Cost Record Clarence Nagel received a »5 check from the International Harvester company this week as a prize on a crop production cost account kept as a vocational project last year. The competition was based rather on completeness of data, Larger than the doitte of St Peters of the Washington capitbl, this "sky-hung" dottte of the Travel and Transport Building strikes a new note in architecture at Chicago's i$33 Century of Progress e*posltion, The foof is formed of metal plates suspended by steel cables hung from a circle of twelve steel towers and anchored by huge slabs of concrete, It is the first application on any significant scale to architecture of the principle of the suspension bridge. The Travel and Transport Dome is 125 feet high and 200 feet across, support to,break Its expanse. s' Aid Met With Mrs. Abbott Thursday The Methodist Ladles' Aid met Thursday, March 30, at the home of Mrs. C. 1 B. Abbott. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Will Cornstock and Mrs. 8. A. Allen. After a short business meeting and program lunch consisting of chicken sandwiches, pickles, coffee, and cherry pie was served. The next meeting wilt be in two weeks when they will meet with Mrs. Roscoe Greenwood. EMERSON neatness, and ban low cost. accuracy rather Clarence's record was on the entire corn crop and included a lomplete record on keeping of horses. All expenses of horses ing some fine fresh fish dinners while there also and may they not be disappointed. Arthur Bradley and sister, Miss Ines, were shopping in Malvern Saturday and attending the sale. Honoring their children, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Seipold, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Laughlin entertained at dinner last Sunday. The guests for the day were Mr. and Mrs. Seipold. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laughlin, Marjorie, Helen, Junior, and Donald Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knop, Mr. and Mrs. Connie Klein, Billy and Mary Lee, Mrs. Emma Campbell, Elliot Laughlin. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe went to Turin Friday for a week end visit at the home of their brother, A. K. Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Jones autoed up to Turin last Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe returned home with them. As they were coming down the hill from Harry McCollester's their car was crowded into the ditch by a truck and although no one was hurt it was a most distressing accident, Mr. and Mrs. Al Lovell and children, Wesley Spears, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nagel were guests Sunday evening in the Walter Angus home. Standard Jack Blue Eagle 27550 Color blqe with white points. Age 13 years. Height 15 hands. Permanent Certificate of Soundness No. 1556. Will stand the season of 1938 at ray farm 2Vi miles east of Tabor oji _the county line .. ,„,..U-$7.50 to in. .sure colt to stand and was determined as S.47. Complete records like this are worth while in a study of the farm business. First and Second Grades The first and second grades are suffering from an epidemic of measles. There are about twelve cases in the two grades. The Rythra band is learning some new pieces and are getting along nicely. The children have been reading and talking about robins. Last week they drew some robins free hand. Fifth and Sixth Grades William Barnard left the Strahan school and is going to a country school. That leaves twenty-six In the fifth grade. Donald Martin was out all last week with tonsilitis. Jane TJmson was out last week also. Mrs. Leo Herschman returned • taken. Baptists Celebrate Anniversary April 5 Observe Found inv of Church in Emerson 60 Years Ago Celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of the founding of their church, members of the First Baptist church of Emerson held a pot luck dinner and presented the following program at the church Wednesday evening, April 6: Reading, Doris Good. Prayer, Rev. J, F. Stllle. History of the Church, Mrs. Nannie Post. What the Church Means to the Community, Miss Mary Arneel. Reading, John Salmons. Music, "I Love a Little Cottage": Delores Davis, Doris Ward, Maxine Cole, Margaret Hatfleld, Frances Boswell, Avis Boswell, Euarda Huntsman, Jua- nlta Edle, Ruby Davis, Ivan Salmons, Bruce Good, Homer Good, Gordon, Hascall, and Georjje Ha»call Jr. -•-.-•. •:'--<~.i'>.~ • Missions and the Church, Mrs. C. E. Lakin. Reading, Ruth Good. "The Financial Assets of the Church," Mrs. W. H. Cramer, Reading, Dorothea Lakin. The Junior B. Y. P. U., Eleanor Cheney. Music by male quartet: I. N. Cheney, Fred Stille, H. E, Greenwood, and C. D. Greenwood. Reading, Merna Ellis. The Senior B. Y. P. U., Ryan Lakin. Reading, Ruth Cheney. Address, Rev. J. F. Stille. Music by ladies' quartet: Mrs. Farris, Mrs. Salmons, Mrs. Cramer, and Mrs. I. N. Cheney. Closing prayer, Gilbert Cheney. Mrs. Bert Dunn went to Osceola, Nebr. last week to visit in the home of her daughter, Mrs. C, G. Greenwood. Born—to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cole, April 3, a little son. The seniors went to Red Oak Friday and had their photos East Liberty Church Dr. Ruth E. Taylor to" Study in Europe Dr. Ruth E. Taylor and a girl friend of Chicago, 111. sailed March 22 for Europe where they intend to study. They will visit Paris, Italy, and had planned to study in Berlin when they sailed. Mrs. Mary Douglas is very sick at her home, Miss Iva Good, R. N., Is taking care of her. Mrs. Douglas was eighty-three years old last Wednesday. Mrs, Emma Llston is confined to her bed by Illness. Her daughters, Mrs. Art Ntms and Mrs. Glen Shook, are helping care for her. Mrs. Richard Crofton is confined to her home by an attack of the flu. Her mother, Mrs. L. L. Scott, came Wednesday from Elliott to take care of her. Miss Dorothy and Vincent Mollenhoff of Stanton spent Sunday In the D, C. Coppage home. Mr, and Mre. H. C. Knight and Red .Oak to her home in Omaha Friday after spending the week in the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Scott Irvin. Mrs, Jrvin has been ill the greater part of the Dale Meyers returned home Sunday from Unionvilje, Mo. where he spent the winter with relatives. Rev, L. E. Ripley returned Sat. past winter and still is unable to I urday from Central City, Nebr be up any length of time. Mrs. Ed Nagel, Clarence and Dorothy were Shenandoah shoppers Saturday, Quite a number of our people attended the funeral of Chas. Fichter, father of Mrs. Howard Kayton, which was held at Randolph Sunday. Mrs. Kaytou has the sympathy of all in the loss of her father. Donald Cass and Frank Martin of Shenandoah visited friends in Strahan and near vicinity last Wednesday, Nellie Moore celebrated her eighteenth birthday at her home Sunday. Her guests for the day were Freida Shaul, Dick Hunt, and a friend of Glenwood, Mrs. Fannie Oehring accompanied Mrs. Woodflll to Lincoln last Thursday. She returned home with Mrs. Zono Bass Friday. Real bargains in Stromherg Quality Chicks, Ducklings. Poults. Economy clucks $2.96 up. Write today for catalog » ft a complete where he spent two weeks directing revival meetings. Mr, and Mrs. Ray Huntsman, Mrs. Charlie Edie and little son, and Mrs. Amy Huntsman were Red Oak visitors Saturday night. Miss Alice Hildiug of near Coburg spent the week end with Miss Ruth Pickerel. Mrs. Emily Burton and daughters, Blanche and Nellie, were Red Oak visitors Monday afternoon. Dale and Roy Brunning accompanied by Miss Merlle Mae M> Gaffin of Brunulug, Nebr. came last week to visit in the home ol Dr. C. C. Madsen. paj e and R Qy are brothers of Mrs. C. 0. Madsen. Miss Mary Ann Ripley and friend, Miss Margaret King, of Uea Moines spent last week here in the home of the former's parents, Rev. and Mrs. L. & Ripley. Mias Ripley is teaching »t Clarinda. Dale Wade moved here last daughter, Hele«, rtoitora, Saturday, night. , , but this station was closed recently. V. L. Kapple left Saturday evening for Clarence, Mo. where he t>as been transferred. Mrs. Kapple and family will remain here until school is out. R. 0. Grant moved Tuesday from the Davis house to a farm near Corning. Mrs. R. E. Dunn returned Sunday from Osceola, Nebr. where she spent last week with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Hossle and son, Hugh, of Red Oak spent Monday evening with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hossle. Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Whitney and daughter, Ruth, were Council Bluffs visitors Saturday. Billy Ripley entertained six friends to dinner Monday evening after which they all went to Red Oak to a show. On account of bad weather, the Church Night supper and program was not held last Friday evening, but will be held next Friday evening, April 7. Be sure to come, bringing your covered dish and sandwiches. There will be a good program. Mrs. Laura Kerney and Josie represented the church at the Stewardship Rally at Malvern last Tuesday evening. We were glad to have the church represented. The Scripture assignment until May 11 Is Psalms 1 to 41. On Easter Sunday the pastor will receive members Into the church. Come to church next Sunday at 10. Sermon subject, "Jesus Triumphant in Life." Church school at 11. Lesson subject, "What Jesus Expects of His Followers." Do you worship God regularly in some church? If you have not a church home we invite you to make this church yours.* Mrs. E. C. Seaton took sick last week with inflammatory rheumatism. We hope that she may soon be much improved, Mrs, QUon J» somewhat EAST LIBERTY Friday from They leased rooms at the H«u,ry jBura*e4it*f Elect Officers for the Cemetery Association The annual election of officers of the East Liberty Cemetery association was held at the church last Wednesday afternoon. The following ladles were chosen, President, Mrs. Laura Kerney. Vice president, Mrs. Mary Jones. Secretary, Mrs. Cora Richard* son. Treasurer, to be supplied. Corresponding secretary, Mrs. Susan Chambers, Working committee: Mrs. nie Barger, Mrs, Iva Henderson, and Mrs. Rosa, Adaps. Improved of late^ana ^able" to b« up some of the ;tlme. Mr, Olson* 1 gains very slowly but he too has improved slightly the last few days. Mrs. Frank Halues has been suffering from a badly injured foot caused from a heavy weight falling upon it. The condition has been a very painful one but she is able to get around pretty well again. Jim Cassell who has been here for several weeks helping care for his father, C. J. Cassell, left Monday morning for Omaha where he has employment. His wife will remain here to help his mother care for his father who is very poorly. Johnny Delehant went to Omaha Sunday for a visit with his brother, Dan, and to look after business affairs. Donald Maher and George Gutschenrltter spent Sunday near Coburg with George's brother, Vincent, who is farming in that locality. Miss Ruby Warren who has been staying in the Charley Hall home went to the Al Lovell home Sunday to remain for some time. Mrs. Will Kenward, formerly of here but now of Red Oak was able to leave the Red Oak hospital last Tuesday and is getting along nicely. She had a severe attack of gall stones. Early last Wednesday morning this locality was visited by a heavy hall storm followed by a heavy rain. Miss Wllma Pike who teaches school in Fremont, Nebr. Is visit- Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Pike. Ross Bryan who is employed near Randolph spent Sunday at his home here. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Cassell and children of Cedar Rapids came Sunday morning to see his Bf-eafcs Artti Sot AfcTVef rSWdttft aircraft miles south of here had! the fortune to Wealt ntt aria wftgft MB Fotd Melted *ttie crftnltfftt ft last Monday. Bo* f* a y&ftft* farmef antf So*s not Hlte tfcft Idea of fraeh a vacation effpeetally at this th»e of year wften etery one Is anxious to be farming. an operation for appendicitis. Ed Hottfgan and: fatally, Tedf Gerfner &M family, Ed Maftef and family, Sam Bolton. and Donald Gtrtsenenrftter were callers Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. t. F. Mahef. Mrs. T. N. Weber and son, Lawrence, of Walnut are here visiting her father, Johnny Hughes, and other relatives. John Gntschenritter spent Sunday in the Pat Maher home; also Mrs. Ed Langhllh and family. James Durbln of near Emerson had business here last Wednesday. Latest reports are that Mrs. Rose Wlmatt, a patient In Mercy hospital is gaining nicely. Her daughter, Mrs. Frank Dorsey, spent Sunday with her. Cooney Cassell who has been Very poorly the past week Is rest* Ing easier and seemed a little better at this writing, Monday. Farmers in this locality began sowing oats this Week. STOP OA8 PAtJrat ttEMKDY GIVES Acting on BOTH upper and lower bowels Adlerlka washes out all poisons that cause gas, nerv* ousness and bad sleep. One dose gives relief at once. Collins Drug Company. adv. Statement of Ownership Statement of the Ownership, Management, Circulation, Etc., Required by the Act of Con- gross of August 24, 1012, Of The Malvern Leader published weekly at Malvern, Iowa for April, 1933. State of Iowa, BS. County of Mills Before me, a Notary Public in and for the state and county aforesaid, personally appeared W. P. Wortman, who, having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is the Publisher of the Malvern Leader and that the following la, to the best of his knowledge and belief, :•; a true statement of the owner-', ship, management (and if a daily'S} paper, the circulation), etc,, o the aforesaid publication, for the! Postal Laws and Regula The Imogene rural carriers are, printed on the reverse of thii ,4-«4**«*l #_««. _*. *•____. •__ * . . i ™^' detained from starting early on their routes having received orders to wait for the mail of the form, to wit: 1, That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor* Hi star route from Malvern that ar-1 managing editor, and business rives here if roads are good and' no delays at 10:20 a. m. The carriers then leave at .10:30 a, m. managers are: Publisher, W. P. Wortman, Malvern, Iowa. HILLSDALE HilUdale Church Notes The Sunday school sessions of the Hlllsdale church, west of Malvern, will be held at 10 a. m. the next two Sundays due to the fact that special programs will be presented at II o'clock on these days. Next Sunday seven well trained young women will present a beautiful drama entitled "The Adams Challenge of the Cross,' which will be followed by the Calif, Tuesday evening where Emmett Gipe and family from Editor, W. P. Wortman, Mal- Strahan were Sunday visitors at' vern, Iowa, the home of Mr. and Mrs, Heber Hillyer, Raymond Hays spent Tuesday of last week in Emerson. Frank Higgins and family and V. M. Gutschenrltter of near Coburg spent last Tuesday evening in the Lou Gutschenritter home. Bert (Joins and family from near Randolph spent Sunday at t the Kelly Bolton home. Mrs. T, G. O'Conner and Miss Anna Delehant spent Monday in Omaha and Council Bluffs, Mr, and Mrs, Johnny Delebant arrived hom<? from Los Angeles, sacrament of the Lord's Supper, On Easter Day the combined choirs of the Hillsdale and Pacific Junction churches will present a beautiful cantata called, The Resurrection story," by Adams, These two The Misses June Rembe and Helen McDonougb,, Lefty West, and Charles Baughman of Omaha were callers Sunday evening in tae B. J. Lookabill home, Mrs. Clyde Burger and dren, Betty and Lindsay, wept JQ Omaha. Saturday and visited u»* tu the following day in the family 8i8ter ' MF8> ftwi On account of rain and bad road* the church, nlfhjt W»4 program was »ight of Kilts Joule Carrie choirs consist of pearly forty voices and have been rehearsing for this event for about three months, under the direction of the pastor, who is a taleated! they spent the winter with their daughter, Alice. Beatrice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Bolton, was quite badly cut on the chest and arms one day last week when she' ac» cidently fell down cellar with a basket of empty fruit jars she was taking to the cellar, Sheriff o gale musician as well as a preacher, 1 _ BY VIRTUE OF AN Large crowds are expected for these two special days and everybody is invited. Mrs. Kittle QeJl O f Owfthft Ited Sunday with the Misses Etta and Pearl Miller. Mr, a,nd Mrs. Jo Kiipatrtcfe children, of jieer R^nAQlpfc s Sunday w}th Mrs. Laura Shepard and Rwight p.a.ffjngto«. Miss Margie Muyherry, at the Mercy hospital ia Council BiutfB, visited Saturday night ao4 Sunday with her e«s, pr, ana Jjrs. ftoy Rev, and Mr*. Psttjt, 6»d W9ft4eU were S^n^ay f UJB(» the Letter Anthony hi>me, ae waa jh.t y najrtjr gajujfdjy Mr, Mrs. ClMWM ftftlfi* » ft d bis brother, TION directed to me from the of, flee of the Clerk of the District Court ol Mills County, Iowa OB a Judgment obtained in sai<5 court, on tbe 83rd, day of Febr«, 91% 1938, in favor of &, A. An, drawn, Sup*, of Bunfciog. Re. «, Majyern, Iowa, as Plain- Aistrope US »ft« against Frit?, as Befsauiant, for »f and levied U p QIl Baal Estflte Htuat^d ty, Jawa, 8 as tfe of paid, Befsftdaitf t saw (WftcuHoit te*wjt7 iW W and Nlae £ <« Aflftdfiny to me Towft of MsU Managing Editor, F. Allen Wortman, Malvern, Iowa. S. That the owner Js' (If owned by a corporation, its name and address must be stated and also immediately thereunder the names a^nd; addresses of stockholders owning or holding one per cent or more of total amount of stock. If not owned by a corporation, the names and addresses of the individual owners must be given, if owned by a firm, company, or other unincorporated concern, its name and ad' dress, as well as those of each Individual member, must be given). W. P, Wortman, Malvern, Iowa. 3, That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other gecur* ity holders owning pr holding I per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are; (If there are none, so state). None, ' 4. That the two paragraphs', M next above, giving the names of the owners, stockholders, and security holders, if any, contain R 0 t only the list of stockholders and security holders as. they appear upon the books of the company but also, in cases where the pears upon the ho,o,&s of tfee „„ pany as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the name, oj; the person or cojrpftra.tjon, for wham such trustee is acting, & given; also that the aai4 two paragraphs ccutala frtsttemsata <i embracing, agio's full imn^i-* 5 : edge and hajtef m ta tfee V&3bff»J& e ton* M>

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