The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on April 13, 1933 · Page 6
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 6

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, April 13, 1933
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tttt MAtVtK* LfeAEfeft, MAiVfeftfr, rdWA. APRtL t& PAGE SEVEN HASTINGS Te*th«f s AH At 4 r-«*M *»e*«iig &t the Histtftfi «6*«»1 lw*f d tfc«y rettf- ittnftft* By WeWini Dr. Bdgat Cnftety pfeftfdeM again. t&i wtttf re-elected Soft ». t). f efMWs «o* *1t Ml fellow teaenefB lot another year, salar- m to t« detetmfned fitter. Pitfly f af Amy Gutty A surprise party was given for Hits Amy Cully Satatday evening. Eleven of hef gift friends met at the drug Store and then entered the Cully home through the hack door. When Amy came home ffott ft neighbors the saw the room fall of girls and was certainly sot-prised. The evening was spent working puz*les, play- Ing cards, and dancing, those present were: Esther kldwell, Thelma, tfedra, and Evelyn Crawford, Mind &nd Leon Christie, Irene EVerhart, Velma Mings, Blanche Woods. Thelaa Scott, Kathryn Hatfleld, and Amy Culley, Refreshments of sandwiches, cake, and strawberries were served. All reported a nice time and are sorry Amy Is leaving this community. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Bert Culley, are moving over near Olehwood this week. ef Hasting! Public ScliewU the seniors ha*6 decided to have their pfctntes taken at the Matstro stadio In Otafiha April 14. ttitti School W«fgitf the high school kittennali team played the town "pick-ftp" team last Friday afternoon, tie game ended with a score of 15 to £ in favof of the high school team. After the game the majority of the high school members and the faculty enjoyed a welner roast near the branch bridge. For entertainment games were played. After the recreation the group enjoyed roasted welners and marshmallows. Hottor MIM Variey the Home Economies girls entertained their Instructor, Miss Variey, at ft luncheon Friday noon in honor of her birthday. The menn consisted of £ fruit cup, fried ham, mashed potatoes, string beans, hot rolls, butter, conserve, lettuce salad, fruit salad, whipped cream, cake, and cocoa, Birthday Party for Blanche Wood* Mrs, Cecil Woods gave a surprise party Friday to celebrate the birthday of her sister-in-law, Blanche Woods. The evening was spent working a variety of jigsaw puzzles, Those present were Velma Dalzell, Irene Everhart, Leora Christie, Edith Vlner, Velma Mings, Nedra Crawford, Margaret Qulmby and Gladys Kites. At a late hour delicious refreshments were served, consisting of fruit salad and angel food cake. All reported a nice time and wish her many more happy birthdays, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Priest and 0. B. Hutchings drove to flhen- andoah Sunday and took dinner I, with Mr. and Mrs. John Behm of ahat city, : K,: Bert Cully and family are mov- in*«t<g»;fatrin,over near Qlenwood ?«t><u' " "''' ' *'-.*•••' M Freihman Program Pantomime, The Lamp Went Out. School Newspaper, Leora Christie, Irene Everhart. Don't Shoot! Charlotte, Irene Everhart 5 the Maid, Velma Mings; Heinle, Blanche Woods. The program was given March 29. Mr. Bittner: "All those planning to attend the plcnio Friday, raise your hands," (Weak attempt at hand-raising). Mr. Btttner: "Raise them louder, please!" Virgil Potter who is working at the Frank Shook place, spent the week end with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Potter. Mr. and Mrs. George Schurr autoed to Glenwood Monday. Mrs. Roy Crawford, Tbelma and Waldo autoed to Malvern Monday. - For Bent — House on Main street Mrs. Evan Van Ausdale. Inquire of Will Young." 89-1, Harry Patterson and .Thelma ^ visited Jn the.,.Harry Ja Elliott Sunday »i«- -nil„!*.,-.a K _.IU_I_^K^ j . r turday In the home of bis jvin-law,; George Schurr, *He bad been called to Lohr* , lo;by the death of his father, |Herman Schurr and family vjs» fitted, friends and relatives in Grfs- wold and Elliott Sunday, ; "~ ~4oyd Bradway and family vlgi- j in tbe Bert qulley and Wll•burn Bowen homes.Sunday, m 'Mr, and Mrs, Frank Waldon of •Sbenandoab .came Saturday and •visited until Sunday evening In •tbe, Everett Purcell and A. V, ICUtes homes. , I" Mrs. R, L, Christie and daugh- jter Mina were-Emerson visitors one day last week,* f - ' Misses Tbejma, Nedra and Mi; |llan Crawford were dinner guests ifu tbe'bome of Velma and Poro^ 'thy Mings, . .-•" ' • '.,. L" Mri,and Mrs,. Harry Potter vis* •Hed jBBB>y IB tbe Boscoe Parker _ Boy, VJaer pf over Sunday ta Sunday In the Frank Rpb. "T. ""*> J i*<!/'Sll'-"'l5' J i' the home of ! Mr«, Susie Clark. ~ Mr. and Mrs, Herman Schurr, Ruth, Edward and Mary Kathryn attended tbe funeral of Mrs, William Gettens near Oakland Sunday, Mrs. Gettens is the grandmother of Mary Kathryn and Ruth Gene, Mrs. Clarence Smith visited Friday in tbe„ Will Trimmer home, The Epwortb League young people are to attend a morning watch service at Wesley Chapel Easter morning. They are to meet at the Methodist church at 6:30 sharp. Young people from Emerson, Henderson, Hastings and Wesley Chapel are to have their service together Sunday morning and then the Leaguers are invited to attend an Easter program at Emerson Sunday eve- nlng, Let's have tbe largest number of young people present, Mr. and Mrs, George Alstrope "of Malvern visited Sunday in tbe George Scburr home, Ruth Fisher was a Bed Oak Visitor Saturday. Mrs, Debbie Hayes who has been to California, for tbe winter, return^ ts her home la Hastings a'w.eek.ftgoteat Wr. j$| MM. Charles *np*t- rfefc «rtett«a*a tfce ttf*nfgM cftfb at a 7 o'tltftt ffhrttf Fftd** MfgM. fi&rtft %ef« atrftftged tot Rc«k foTToWfttg th» dttner houf. Ttte R-Gff-Ncrt cWt sp*nt a very pfetsanl etenfng at th« ifotne Mr. and Mrs. Ben BranMan Friday, tfte ho#ts served a deft- Mott« ttift dfn**r. Co*»« *«** laid for Mr. and Mrs.- E. F. Kempton, Mr. and Mrs. M. t. Forts, Hf. ftfed Mrs. H. V. fiwdd, Mr. and Mrs. F. It fcwdd. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thoinas; also guests Of the etirti: M*. And Mrs. Corny ^tenter. Fotrf titles of Rook ?w video* entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. WeeHn Bowen and family of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wilson and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wederontst and son, Mr. and Mrs. Louis We- defqutst and son, and Miss Hll- dur Wederqnlfit visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. it. E. Weder- (jnlst. Miss Hlldur Wederqnlet who is working for Mrs. Weerin Bowen near Hastings Visited Sunday evening with parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wedetqnlst. %Jf8W nPR Ajprin ffr* &*rtfen CM* SM-t fire**** tRfrtrewn, Aprtt *, M {fit tttfm* 6i ftrtr. Viol* Newland Irft* Sift. Syrtle Pom, leader. twfl caff, '^aportant te- dtrstrtes of !«*«,* fwoved to an fr«i»nt tfc*t to* old hone state B*S «*Ay »*tttrW8 Ifetfdes com ratotog. "OS* AfrtWkl Flowers" was tfce topte f«r t»e afternoon. Hre. EtBtna Kempton and Mrs. Mattle Mmis read papers on the lojrte. Asparagus *fcd Peas was takeft tare of fey llrs. Pearl Vanatta and Mrs. Mary L. Johnston. Plant were teade tor the club to afire to lite Woodland over Thurman way early In May to gather early wild flowers and study their habits ..that we may help In preserving many of the fast disappearing varieties by cultivating them IB our home garden. Committee for the trip is: Mrs. Mabel Wederqulst, Mrs. Irene Blakely, and Mrs. Pearl Vanatta. Mrs. Kewland assisted by Mabel Qiammfef served light refreshments. Next meeting first Tuesday in May. • HENDERSON Rev. A, A. Wright U Re-tlacted Fifth Year At the meeting of the Christian church in Henderson last Sunday, a call was extended Rev. A. A, Wright, pastor of the church for the past four years, to serve them another year. This speaks well for Mr. Wright and his church, The following recommendation by the church board was adopted: Henderson, la., March 13, 1933 The Board of Elders and Deacons, to the Church of Christ, Greetings: The board In session on March 13 reviewed the work of the past four years, and especially of the last year. It being near the end of the pastoral year, the activities of the minister were given thorough consideration. After this review of the year's work the following resolutions were unanimously adopted: Whereas, during the year of unprecedented economic and financial depression, the church has not only maintained its traditional soundness, but has actually increased its membership beyond any year of existing record. And whereas, the Bible School department of the church shows a -higher average attendance rec- Hetideraoti Teachers Are All Ke-elected At the special meeting of the Henderson board of education, March 28, the election of teach' «rs was taken up. Supt. R. 0. Dorey and his entire corps of teachers were re-elected for another year which speaks well for their excellent work in our schools the past year. A Shower for Mr*. Herman Coppock A miscellaneous shower was given Saturday afternoon at the M. E, church, basement for Mrs. Herman Coppock. Mrs. Coppock before her marriage was Ethel Flnley. She received many useful gifts. A dainty lunch was served. Christian Church Services The Christian Endeavor will hold a Sunrise prayer meeting Easter morning and breakfast at the church. Meet at the church at 6:30. In the evening they will give the sac-red play, "The Victorious Christ and His Apostles." Beginning April 23 a set of pictures will be shown In the evening services, "Know Your Bible." There are ten sets of these pictures and they will show one set each evening until the whole EMERSON Jotlft Gibibft Died Sunday Evening Lined Fifty Year* on Sam* Farm John E. Gibson, aged 84. a pioneer of Montgomery county, died Sunday evening at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Alfred Griffin, southeast of Emerson after a two months illness. He suffered a sevete stroke of paralysis in February from which he could not rally. He has lived on the same farm for over fifty years. He is survived by four children: Frank E. of Sioux Rapids, Mrs. Ella Huntsman and any W. of near Red Oak, and Mrs. Berta Griffin of Emerson, and twenty- one grandchildren. His wife and three children — Ira, John, and Mrs. Addle Dalton, preceded him In death. Funeral services were held at the Griffin home Wednesday afternoon. Burial was in the Hag- call cemetery. Surprised Mrs. Jennie Kelienbarger Mrs. Jennie Kelienbarger was treated to a surprise party Thursday afternoon when some of her friends came in and spent the afternoon honoring her birthday. Those present were: Mrs. J. W. McMulltn, Mrs. W. M. Kelienbar- ger, Mrs. H. L. Kelienbarger, Mrs. Carrie McLaln, and Mrs. Mabel Campbell, Ice cream and cake were served. • And whereas the church has maintained its high place In tbe community life. t And whereas, the young people's department of the church, under Christian Endeavor, has shown a greater interest and attendance than in any previous year of its organization in our church. And whereas, these activities have been led by our pastor, Mr, Wright, now therefore, we commend the church and Mr, Wright in these accomplishments during these difficult days, and we whole heartedly and unanimously recommend to tbe church that they retain Mr, Wright as their pastor for the ensuing year, under tbe same form of contract as they have for tbe year Just ending. Respectively submitted by the Board of Elders and Deacons, to the Church of Christ, Henderson, Iowa, W, C, Byers, president, W. B- Wheeler, clerk. Leora apd*J«»e Christie Saturday In the Fred Hen., leads • , "-•- . .'-> ,. '. aud fewlly oi " irf'miyi ^WT^^1trsTt||^fl1i i RANDOLPH The Auxiliary to the American L^ion, will hold their regular jseeting Thursday afternoon a| ,ths Mary L, Johnston hpnie. Mr, and Mrs, Guy Spencer, m cently from Keneas^ are living IB tfre Fred fifldd tesant bouse, , ,-\ Mr, MA Mw, Ljatsr a^iaef who have been-ityiag la the Allte ouae the p&st yew bave; ts tbs It. 0, Longinaker gad will work for ' to fee wttb Mr Mm, JO*B BiUs, Judge and Mrs. O. P> Wheeler of Council Bluffs visited his brother,. W. B. Wheeler, Saturday, ' Fred Pbelps and family were entertained Tuesday evening for supper is the E,arl BoUeau home la honor of Mr, Boiieau's birth* day. Mr. and Mrs, Gave Jenkins of Wales celebrated their twenty. second wedding anniversary oa 4. Tbejr friends wUh them more happy annjveraarlea, 0, B, Bdmondfton and 149yd, K.»l«bt went to yncoia Thursday liking § load «f bouasboid goads fe? BOR8L4 Fic^el whlefe bave beea stored here for same bave bees jtviag IB tbte wlBtey but into a ho,uie tbl? , Mrs. L, w, TrlpleU treated tbe »effiber§ of th. e CbrieWaa Lajjles 1 Atd to a e&kf WedaeMay la of her birtbday, A Itt6°b, fit saBawlObeiu aajaj. ftBd CftSW py tfre, fil-- ^ trouble, j, w, DUts, i» vUU o, B. pgmlm MM! Boy Scouta Build Bird Houtet The Boy Scouts of Emerson have been having a bird house building contest which closed last Saturday. Eleven houses were built and prizes were awarded as follows: First prize for Scout without help, Norman Fields. First prize for cub member, assisted, Jack Coppage. First for cub member without assistance, Bob Evans. Special mention, Dick Coppage. These bird bouses are for sale and are on display In the windows of the W. W. Abel drug store. They are very attractive. WIlfBrown was ^business caller in Carson Friday. Mrs. Georgia Wilkinson and son, Marlln, were Omaha visitors Wednesday morning. Ken Williams and wife were visitors in Red Oak Tuesday afternoon. Mrs, C, H, Amick is at Clarlnda and College Springs this week visiting old time friends, G. T. Harover had business in Glenwood Tuesday. Leslie Allensworth and wife were In Omaha Thursday, The Bridge club enjoyed a social time Thursday evening with Hazel Biggie, A very pleasant evening and lunch were enjoyed. Mrs. A, P. Creamer celebrated her eightieth birthday last Wednesday. She enjoys pretty good health and her many friends wish her many more happy birthdays. Margaret Harbor left Saturday for a weeks visit with ber friend, Mrs. A. 0. Harney, In Omaha. Wm. Cain met with quite a painful accident Friday while hauling corn fodder, «e fell off tbe load and tore the ligaments from some of his ribs, He went to Bed Oafe where Dr. Beabloom taped tbe injury and be is able to be around but will not be able to 4o very heavy worfe for some time, Friends and neighbors enjoyed a party Wednesday eveslBB at the Joe Bdmondson home in honor of % bis sixty-second birthday, it was. also for his SOB, Dean's, tweaty^sfisond birthday which was OB Tuesday. Pa«i BaiBbow, VlrgtoJa Bar* bor, aad a girl friend came Thursday from Jndtanoia for a few d.aya visit with home (oiks- They are students in Simpon college, Tbe musical program, held Thursday was well attended, Each e&e did well with tbeJr part. Mrs, Wayae joue« and BOB. Rejaiar, aud Mrs, Joaes's, slater, fiva, from. Bear Oakland, visaed tbelr njotber, Mrs. Perfctoi, Suad»y, PauUae Sowers wsa attends Mfeftel »l jBdlaaola is afljue, this W9§k fur a vacation. trt *lad (o k»j»v The., Emerson Woman's Relief Corps No. 214, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, will meet In regular session Saturday afternoon, April 15. A program In keeping 'with Grand Army day will be given. Refreshments will be a pot luck luncheon, Each member is requested to bring sandwiches and a covered dish. Birthday class In charge of Carrie Thomas, Kate Hicks, Clara Dunn, Signa Tengstrom, Caroline Rhoades, Rosa CUtes, Luella Gilmore, and Mabel Ward, A good attendance is very much desired, Hascall in Council Bluffs Held Monday Aftin Baptist Ghtrt-ch ut Eftiettofi John H. Hascall, a pioneer resident of Emerson and vicinity, was taken very sick last week and on Thursday Was taken to the Ed- mnndson hospital In Council Bluffs for treatment. He was unable to rally, however, and passed away Saturday afternoon. The body was brought to the late home In Emerson by the Comer ambulance and funeral services were held In the Baptist church Monday afternoon at 2: SO conducted by Rev. T. A. Hongas of Macedonia, assisted by the pastor. Rev. 3. F. Stllle. Music was furnished by Ralph Good, Mrs. I. N. Cheney, Mrs. W. H. Cramer, and C. D. Greenwood with Miss Ruth Cheney at the piano. Pall bearers were Walter Kel- ienbarger, Marry Kelienbarger, Otto Brodd, Horace Swing, Ray Hicks, and Henry Bchtck. Interment was made in the Emerson cemetery. The following obituary was read: John Henry Hascall, son of Charles and Amanda Hascall, was born In Perry county, Ind., June 12, 1861, and passed from this lite at the Jennie Edmundson hospital In Council Bluffs, April 8, 1933, aged eighty-one years, nine months, and twenty- six days. He was one of a family of eight children, one of whom, Morris T. Hascall, of Omaha survives htm. He came with his parents to Iowa in the fall of 1864. They settled in West township, Montgomery county, where they were numbered among the early pioneers. He was married to Harriet E. Smith April 12, 1874, at Climax. To this union were born three children, Harvey C., Blanche A., deceased, and George E., all of Emerson. They also have one foster daughter, Mrs. Vant Abney, residing in Denver, Colo. He is also survived by his widow, eighteen grandchildren, and six great grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Hascall moved in 1882 to Butler county, Nebr. where he engaged In farming. In 1900 they returned to Iowa where Mr. Hascall was associated with ness, He retired from active business about twenty-three years ago. He became a Christian in early life' and was a faithful member of the Re-organized Church of Jesus Christ. Mr. Hascall was a kind neighbor, loving husband, and a considerate father. And his life is a splendid example for his sons and grandsons to follow. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. McLaln were business visitors Friday in Malvern. Paul, John, and Virginia Hascall of Brlcson, Nebr. came Sunday to attend the funeral of their grandfather, John H. Hascall. Floyd Gibson came home Friday afternoon from Iowa City to spend bis Easter vacation, Floyd is a student at the State University, Mrs. Carrie McLaln and daughters, pearl and Velma, and Mrs. Caroline Rhoads and daughter, Mrs. Minnie Wbisler, spent Friday in the W. C. McClelland home in Corning, Mrs. Sarah Ungry is quite sick at her home, having suffered several heart attacks last week. Dean Coates Is visiting in the home of his sister In Omaha. Mrs. Henry Douglas Is reported very ill at her home In Emerson the past week. She is in a very serious condition but was slightly improved Monday, Rev, L. E. Rlpley is conduct- pre-Easter meetings each night this week at the Methodist church. The last will be Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. le»ly frew »t ~ K few. b*«u Clarence Whitney went to Council Bluffs Monday and. brought his mother, Mrs. Mar-. caret Whitney, home with him. Mrs. Whitney spent the winter in Council Biuffa in the home of her daughter, Mr*. Ray Huntsman, Mrs. SeU' lab Olltea. and $44 Qsborae were Oftlf vt»itor8 Monday. Will Good aioved last weett from the Combs houw ta the 4 pro«raw aud fcftQlal wa» «lv- at the Metbo4Ut cburcb Frl- Baptists Celebrate Founding of Church The first Baptist church of Emerson celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of the founding of their church last Wednesday evening. A pot luck supper was served to one hundred and twenty-five followed by a splendid program consisting of the history of their church, missionary and leagues, songs, readings and an address by Rev. J, F, Stille, pastor of the church. Such a happy evening was spent together it was an inspiration tor renewed efforts for the upbuilding of their church. They have lost many members by death and moving to new fields but the gain in membership has been steady, Gilbert Cheney has been a member of the church the greatr eat number of years. Mr*. H PpygU* Afternoon Mrs. Heary Ppugjas, a pioneer resident of Emerson and vicinity, passed away Tuesday afternoon at feer hpme IB Emerson following an extended Illness. Funeral services will be held In Buierson this (Thursday) afternoon. A wore extended account in our uext week's issue, The ladles of the M. E, church will give a bake sale Saturday, April 15, at the Clover Faun Store. Mrs. Charles Shaw, Kay, Dwlght, and Maxine, and Petereou were Omuuu Tawwany, it is Bald, will the term relief Wll. This win he goad new* ta the u the StAte Bank Release* Depoftitt 20 Pef Cent of Half Not Sef- gr«tAt«l Ff*« f of Withdrawal March 3O The Emerson State Bank notified their depositors March SO that twenty per cent of the fifty per cent of their deposits not seg- Rregated to the trusteeship, were released for checking on March 30. This enabled many to draw ont their money for paying thelf taxes and was a big help to the community »t large. There was no great amount withdrawn, how ever, and much of It was left In the checking accounts. CHAMPION HILL Emmet Cardlffs visited their friends, Earnest Carlsons, near Valley, Nebr. last week. The Carlsons formerly lived In this community. F. G. KocherspcrRor attended the Annual meetlnR of the township trust res' nt Asbnry hall last week. We just learned of the death of our former neighbor, J. E. Gibson, Sunday evening about 6 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A. J. Griffin, where he has been ill for about ten weeks. Funeral services will be held at the Griffin home Wednesday afternoon. We shall try to have the particulars next week. The Misses Carrie and Marjorio James were over-night guests at the Bob Good home In Emerson visiting Ruth and Doris Tuesday. Wednesday morning Carrie and Marjorle accompanied their father to Red Oak. Joe McLaln represented Champion Hill at the Presbytery nt Corning Tuesday and Wednesday last week. Mrs. Grace Proctor and Mrs. Jesse Springer and children of Red Oak visited Mrs. Merrill Brlggs Monday. They were all visitors In tho Keystone school In the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John James and daughter, Marjorle, were Shenandoah visitors Wednesday afternoon. F. G. Kochersperger and Dean McLaln visited the Omaha stock markets .Tuesday, The Kochersperger girls accompanied them to Council Bluffs, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shook called on the Frazler» Monday. Mrs. Rhoadaa and daughter, Mrs. Minnie Whistler, accompa- led .Mrs. Carrie McLaln and. Corning Friday afternoon where they visited Rev. McClelland and family. John James and son, Carl, were Glenwood callers Thursday, Edna Griffin visited the Hat- fields Sunday. Art Frazier was in Malvern Saturday afternoon. Red Oak visitors Saturday were Wilmu, Florence, and Chester Cooper, Francis Parker, Mrs. McLaln, Pearl and Velma, Frances and Bernice Bulllngton. Bertha Kelienbarger and Ruby Straight were In Shenandoali Saturday. The young people who are preparing the Easter program practiced at the Sherman Allen home Wednesday night and at the Lon Hatfleld home Friday night. Audrey Llddells and Mrs. Annie Liddell and children from near Shenandoali visited Sunday iu the home of Mrs. Lucy Liddell. John James had rattle on the Omaha market Tuesday. He and his sun, Lauren, and Mr. Larson visited the market. Mrs. Art Frazier spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Kochersperger. Mrs. Edith Parker and sons, Hadley and Marlon ,aud the Misses Carrie and Marjorle James attended the operetta at the Methodist church in Emerson Friday evening. f° r M e -5 months of THE AlUNTJclJONTtllY M AKE the most of your reading hours. Enjoy the wit, the wisdom, the companionship, the charm that have made the ATLANTIC, for BeyeBty-flye years, America's most quoted and most cherished &eu4 It, (mentioning tbta ad) Tke I 4rUM«t«u Uoatua

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