The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on April 6, 1933 · Page 7
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 7

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, April 6, 1933
Page 7
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fHE MALVfeftfr LfeAfrfeft, MAJVfeftff. tOWA. APRft ft. 1933 ENDERSON Mr. tftl Mr*, mum Srhftfe Hot»ser, tea of Mr. and %n. Art* Httntef, and Helen Byers, dattthter of Mr. and Mrs " Dorsey Myers, were married Sat- »rday, otoafnfftg a license in Conncfl BInffs. These fine young people need no Introduction to our cornmnn- fty having lived here alt tfii lives. Both are graduates of t Henderson high school. It was not learned where they plan to make their home but the beat wishes of their many friends follow them. Also married Saturday were Herman Coppock', ton of Mr. and Mrs. Jnd Coppock, and Miss Ethel Flnley, the ceremony taking place in Glenwood. The groom has always lived in Henderson and graduated from the Henderson high school in 1029. The bride has lived here but a short time, coming here from Arkansas, but in that time she has made many friends. For the present they will make their home with the parents of the groom. Best wishes of their friends are extended. If i * I t J. C. Ooss had business in Olenwood Thursday. Dan Perkins and mother and his. sister and (laughter visited relatives is Oakland Saturday. Carrie Martin of Macedonia was able to return home several days ago from the hospital in Council Bluffs. «**Wer «&'•**£*& Smith, died at their home Thars- oay. she had been ieriottsty HI for several weeks. Firneral set- Wees were held Sunday at the Congo church at Wales. They hate the sympathy of an tfceif Wends tn their sorrow. Dr. R. L. Sooth visited relatives la Masena Monday of this , . Madsen of Council Bints was In town Thursday. CHAMPION HILL Elect S. g, Officer* We had a fairly good atten* dance this Week at Sunday school considering the condition of the roads. We held our annual elec* tlon and the following officers were elected: Superintendent, Dean MeLain; assistant superintendent, Clar* ence Bishop; secretary'treasuref, Jeaft Kochersperger; pianist, Flora Allen; librarian, Marl Bish* op; temperance secretary, Carrie James; missionary secretary, Georgia Hatfield. A short work ers' conference was held. Our Easter service will be held Imme* dlately after Sunday school on Easter Sunday and the program will be furnished by the A. R. C. class and their teacher, Flora Al- Ald enjoyed a pot luck lunch Wednesday afternoon. They finished up a quilt belonging to Mrs. Judge Wheeler of Council BInffs. Seventeen ladles were present. Mrs. Jud Coppock began her work as night operator Saturday evening at the telephone office, taking the place of Mrs. Wayne Byers who has worked as night , operator for three years. - A. J, Harbor and son, Morris, and Billle Harbor went to Plattsburg, Mo. Sunday for Mrs. Pearl Harbor and two daughters who had visited in her parents' home alnce Thursday having taken ; home her slater, Mrs. Hall, who , had been visiting here several > weeks, to her home. £ Bill Cooper and Mrs. C. S. ^Swaney and sister of Oakland V w * re BUMtl1 Tuesday in the Will r , Sunday for dinner in the Homer borne, 'Hiram Cool Jr. was able to i«i* Te the n °8Pital last Wednes- Lfday but will need to renialn in SCouncii Bluffs for some time yet to be near the doctor. . Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hudson of L- Council Bluffs spent Saturday I. night and Sunday In the Wayne [, Byers home. Orlo Harris and family visited relatives in Shenandoah Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. EJvyn Galloway Were guests Sunday in the home . of his parents. Mrs. Scott Sheian and family have been enjoying a visit from her mother of Omaha. Gordon Howe moved the house he has been living In, formerly located near the rail road track, to a farm east of town where he is now living. Mrs. C. H. Amick has been visiting in Clarinda for several days. Dr. and Mrs. R. L, South were In Omaha Wednesday. Mrs, Lester Forestall who lives near Macedonia was taken several days ago to the Mercy hospital Jn Council Bluffs, The Christian aid' expects to hold a market day the Saturday afternoon before Easier pn April *5, Parwin Smith of Emerson was a visitor in town .Wednesday. Dtoia Simmons, a niece of Dr. Sowdy who has visited here sev, «rai times, was in Macedonia last ers were elected for another year. Carrie James had charge of C. E. and we enjoyed the service under her leadership. We are sorry to learn of the illness of our friend and former neighbor, Mrs. Henry Douglas, of Emerson. Georgia Hatfield was one of the seniors who went to Red Oak last week to have their pictures taken. Wllma and Florence Cooper visited In the home of their uncle, W. M. Kellenbarger, Saturday night. John James and son, Lauren, visited Ralph James near Northboro Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Bulllngton and sons, Wayne and Max, visited in the home of Louie's mother at Climax Sunday. Arlene Haldeman is taking an enforced vacation at M± i25-L^»» ± ils&JSJjL-r--/ **„.* . looking after business fairs, Her bojae now is in Chi Bey, and Mrs. 4. A, Wright 4 ware i« Council gjuffs Thursday J, l»tn« HP to see Mrs. Forestall at tb* Mgrcy hospital. ' the Methodist 4 a po.t Thursday fcfterftaott. ry, Mr«« J< o, QOBS, thai »e Aid iMWl snide over September were preent fiu#'ft'$j» at.tfes and Mrs. Frank oi p| itek (tf A ~ Jfe |jtM|§y M| tmj. . ^^^^^ '<*W 1 » 1 *' Bertha Kellenbarger at- ... --- , _____ son, Francis, visited Jim's brother, Vernon, and family near Stanton Sunday. Ella Huntsman who has been assisting her sister, Berta Grif- fln, in the care of their father, J. E. Gibson, returned to her home near Stennet Saturday, and their cousin, Vera Rhinechilds, of Fremont came to help Mrs. Griffin, Bonnie Anderson and children spent from Wednesday till Sunday in the home of her sister, Mary Hatfleld. Mrs. Anderson had eczema on her hands and visited while doctoring them. Saturday afternoon Mrs. Anderson and children, Mary Hatfleld and daughter, Florence, visited Clarence Bishops. Chester, Wilma, and Florence Cooper visited in Emerson Wednesday afternoon. Bernice Bulllngton spent Friday night in her brother, Louie's home. Mrs. tended an all day meeting of the Farm Bureau at the home of Mrs. Harry Pehrson near R,ed Oak Wednesday. John Jam^s and son, Carl, were in Shenaudoah Wednesday, Mr, and Mrs. Ifarry Kellenbar-r ger enjoyed having all their children and ' grandchildren visit them Sunday when the following were present to partake of the noonday meal at the parental board: Mr. and Mrs, Francis Parker and daughters, June and Mary Mae; Mr, and Mrs. Glen' Kellenbarger and daughter, Grace Ruth, and Mr. and Mrs. jUeslie Kellenbarger. Mrs. Jesse Shelley visited Mrs. Rosa Boyer in Smerson pne aft-- ernoon last week. Mr- and Mrs. F, 0. Kacbersner* ger had business in Red Oak Wednesday. Wr, a&4 Mrs. Ted. Straight and daughter, Pgrlene, were supper guests in the 4Ured Cwapw hos»e night. Oak visitors Saturday were: Pearl MpLain, Mr. and Mrs. Gleuu ^ellenUarger daughter, Grace Ruth, Mr. Mr*. Waltw Kejleaharger children, em and Harold- Parkey, Frank and QSW,ha Visitors fujgdjy fcflA Hatfteidj entertained at ,<JlWitir 'Sunday the foUowtug and and aa4 were Mr. ana Wr«. &ft &ad ' W^ 'VMRP m vitb ii tt d Mrs. Lncy iMim spent *fth her mother, Mrs. S. A. eir vtstted itrt. Rota Boyer rn HoiiWt SStntday afternoon. De«n fttduida vlsfted Richard Lfston Stinday afternoon. Some efte in Cleveland is nrg- Ing safegnards for the investor, wtrtle 0Wc* K o ttwyeri «fe lnt«- In safeguards tot promoi- mm. Laflles* AM test witli Mrs. Elsworth PWtBB fist Wednesday. f**fre ttdffe* firl present fie time iftd fffces ft* the neit meeting *ni be announced later. Mr. and Mrs. Orris Bently announce the arrival of a baby boy on April t. Mrs. Bently «as formerly Roth 8«*ers. this makes two boys and a ffrt lit the family. We extend Hogi pietel and family .. JKafvern aiW! Mrs. Faye BTtrht atrd BOB* of Hastings visited Sunday with their parents, lif. and Mrs. Bert Ffekel. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wilson and daughter are visiting Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Wilson. Mrs. paal Parker visited her daughter, Mrs. Clifford Clay, at Council Bluffs last week. Little Bobby Clay fell and hurt his leg and it was feared ft was broken bat proved to be only a bad sprain. Mr. tttd Mrs. Hugh McSweeney. Mrs. oeo. Wilson, and Aftdfe Boft- eau of Henderson visited Mrs. Rose Plotftb Sanday at the Qeo. Parker home. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Fickel and children were Sunday goests In the Clinton Parker home. Mrs. Ward Fickel, leader, and Mrs. Clinton Parker, county chairman .and the 4-H club girls of Wesley Chapel and guests are planning to attend the county 4-H boys' and girls' clnb party at Malvern nett Monday evening. Mr. attd Mrs. RoBtoe Slater and children of near Emerson attended services at Wesley Chapel Sunday. Elwood Thotnas. young son of Rev. and Mrs. L. t>. Thomas vls- fted last week with Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Plumb at Red Oak. Mrs. Jnne Fickel has her mother, Mrs. Gibbs. of Olenwood With her for a visit. If yen have & friend interested in lf«l» county tefl hfm about th* Leader. Just bring us bushels of CORN this week and we'll extend your subscription NINE MONTHS Owing to the bad weather last week many were unable to bring in their corn so we have continued our corn offer to April 8, We want you to take advantage of this opportunity to save on your subscription cost, Just bring five bushels of corn to the Kunce & Nelson elevator in Malvern and bring us the receipt, We will credit you with a nine months extension on your subscription or nine full months on a new subscription, READ THE LEADER if you want to keep fully informed of the happenings in Mills county. Each week news of six towns, ten rural communities is printed, Important •county seat news, news of many schools and churches, local sport news, and dozens of columns of general news are brought to you each week by The Leader, You'll enjoy the careful, clean print and makeup of The Leader, the concise, clear presentation of events and news and the editorials of local interest, Bring in five bushels of corn and let us send you The Leader for nine months, This Week Only w^WMB^pr ^^Bl^ ^BI^^W^^ ^Bl^^ll^ ^^fj^" ww - jfS-6.^,

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