The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on April 20, 1933 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 7

Malvern, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 20, 1933
Page 7
Start Free Trial

HAST HfcTs tME MALVfeftN U^frtfr MALVEftfr, IOWA, AffilL M. afl. BW^lwfc woro i«m rj Edith B*i* 8* flnWidn member from each L«tgtt« «ii appointed td five i talk o* "Wha Easter Means td M«/' Iteiyn (JtWtt&fu jfcjireftd&t&u dflf Htt&tt€ this hit! lop Service Was very interesting and helpful td ouf group 6* ytSHMii —•"*-• M, E, Chufeh Not*. Sunday school at 10. Epworth League at «:80. Church at 11, Easter services Wete held last Sunday menjinf. Aftir . we had Sunday school but next Sunday Chatth services are at 11 o'clock and Sunday school will be fat the regular time. Mrs. w, 0. Resh wan elected as gecretary of Sunday school, We Are fa hopes of hating a larger attendance next Sunday because of the nice weather, Ret, and Mrs. Curtis Bancroft and son, Gerald, who have been holding services in the opera I house moved Monday. He is go* ing into the mission field in Council Bluffs. Rev, Munson of [Glenwood will move here and [take Mr. Bancroft's place. j Mrs. Faye Blunt, Kieth and I Robert visited in the home of her j father, Bert Fickel, Sunday. I Miss Dorothy Kapple of Em- j erson visited Margaret Qulmby I Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter vis- llted in the D. R. Kldwell home lone day last week. I Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Kldwell and (daughter, Esther, and Miss Amy Iculley were Shenandoah visitors lone day last week. tt fl for the next S months of M AKE the moat of your ' reading hours. Enjoy . the wit, the wisdom, the companionship, the charm that have made the ATLANTIC, for seventy-five years, America's most quoted and most cherished magazine, Send »i, (mentioning this »d) to The Atlantic Monthly. 8 Arlington St., Boston A»,.A J fc*.jfc a ...fc * U1UI JUJJft I mm « .j^^atiA. WBtCB the »*ti«* w<*St»w -gray crBT tftt Ift&fMHkK Itfj A. m ^A^g jm^attfcjjjM |NK>Pfe pTBBrant , ttrifi Wftfi etfhtf-ift i Mitt after t*c»ti«n Martin tot* on his Newt of M Puttfe ftre itetffftti nftn ftfttwt tft- turn. sseflt ttMtat with ho«e folks t&ok , afternoon. Mr. and ta Sunday . , • in town Monday, they are •till pretty weak froin their re* Sent Illness. MM. Uwrence Read r, Celftfes, and Mrs. ttatascoin aad son, Robert, autoed to Shenandoah Friday. - «K& *J|fjp** <*» SMttft *t JJ*ilS>^raMsi- ^ftttU^db 4 A A^ £ S% 4Hfr jhftfr i ueisuu rrramy X8 to & \X H. Brtt- n«r, forfaef fteWtstft uftftetifty pttth-ef, tf eSictrfng tire fittfffigt Imogene • S. E. Mills ffcft Jtrtio* etatt iftidyg* a « tfc* Scwtt pisw Monday evening. Mrs. W. D. Linth*cftm ftad «on Itift, aft* Mrs. ft. f. Crawford at,* son, Waldo, visltfcd ftt the Lesley home at Ritetton W«d- th« Ladies' Cemetery association met *t the home of Mrs 800. Diion Monday. Mist Regina Lookabill of Omaha spent her vacation with her " Mr. and MM. Fred Mrs. f-red . and Miss lia- Varley Were Omaha visiton Saturday, Mrs. R. L. Christie and daugh- Mr. and MM. R. B. Poindetter, Kfttherlne ahd Robbie drove "p **"~ Lenot Sunday morning and irMie ** " tlie 8eiB6!l 0< * Miss Roberta <3h««t* came Lookabill. and fc ****• ***ed Lot&abili, Edgar and Reglhft Visited friends in Center* Ville over the Week end. Mr, and Mrs. Leslie Dawson, Mailne, Mark and George of Rlv- «rtOn and W. L. Brown and daughter, tta«el, of Henderson were dinner guests of Mrs. W. D. Llnthlcnm Sunday. Miss Bessie Morse, who is assisting her sister, MM, Donald ^emings, of strahan with her house work, visited Sunday in the R. F. Crawford home. Dent Hltes, Gladys and Ralph were Malvern visitors Saturday. Wilson Clark and family from White Cloud visited Sunday in the home of Mrs. William Clark. Mr, and Mrs. Dale Fellows and «.!# °J T * bw * ad Mr ' ™ d Mw - Mlllard Curtis of Strahan visited Sunday in the M. B. Fellows home. Miss Marguerite Edie was a dinner guest in the Elam Ord home Easter day. Harold Mitchell of Omaha visited a few days last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hrank Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waldon and son, Roger, of Shenandoah visited Sunday in the Everett Purcell home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Young and daughter, Irene, were Glenwood visitors Saturday. R. L. Christie and daughter, Mina, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hannah to their home at Blanchard Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wood vestal and son, Franklin, of Strahan visited . — „..„» innuuay xuurBaay, Sunday in the home of their son, ipril 16. Those present were Mr! DonaW Veatal « near Hastings, nd Mrs. Rhea Shepard, Mr. and Mr< and Mr «- A. F. Oustafson *~ HalU-Mr, and Mrs. °* R«d Oak visited lu the Her- :er, t^jra, were Malvern visitors iaturday. M. B, Fellows and family moved from the H. P, Rea property into the parsonage last week, Honorable Otha D. Wearin came home from Washington, D. 0. last week called by the illness of his father, Joe Wearin. Mrs. Ouy Christie and daugh- er, Edith Mae, of Omaha and *rs. Noah of Qlenwood visited Friday in the R. L. Christie home. Mr. and Mrs. Oral Bower and amily of Outhrie Center visited rlends In town Saturday. Misses Lillian Crawford and uue Christie visited from Friday until Sunday with Miss Wanda Koehersperger near Emerson. • Miss Frieda Fellows spent the « k «nd with her sister, Mrs. Mlllard Curtis, at Strahan. Mrs. Fred Priest and Miss Carie Luther autoed Friday. to Red Oak Ralph Hanacom invited a num- er of friends to a party in honor f his wlfe'a birthday Thursday, C, J, F as***) ll«ll PatHeki Chtrfch, •, April IS IB St. Mal- on; Charles, visited In the home t her father, J. C. Rioter, in Council Bluffs Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Hannah and Bruce Wallahan visited Tuesday in the Alfred Shaw home. Mr, and Mrs, R. L. Christie and daughter, Mina, were vern visitors Thursday. Betty and Clayton Dalrymple of Council Bluffs visited a few days last week in the A. V. elites home. Mr. and Mrs, Aaron Crouse Sr. and son, Bob, of Villisca visited friends near Hastings Wednesday. Attend the World's *. IT -i Fair in Group -,^,,.,,, . MrTand Mrs. Charley Parks of Malvern visited Sunday evening in the Clarence Smith home. Herman Schurr and family spent Easter day in the home of her sister, Mrs, Jack Trybom. Walter Hunt and family auto- ed to Red Oak Sunday. Miss Dorothy Mclntyre of Red Oak visited with Mrs. Mary Schurr Wednesday evening. Silver City Night School a Succesa Ry Geneva Anderson The night school that was held last Thursday evening, April 6, at the school house was well attended, Each grade held a fifteen-minute class and displayed some of tbeir hand work and papers they have made this year. As I viewed the first and second grade I noticed the dainty sand table which represented an Indian village, also the Indian pottery they made and painted, The third and fourth grade room displayed very clever Easter designs and good examination pa- journeyed into the fifth " pers. As and sixth "grade room I noticed the well colored and well developed maps and posters the students had made. The eeyeeth aa4 eighth grades exhibited two large chalk maps of South America and the United States, and showed the pro4»c|s of each country, prove4 to be very C. I. cas*ell, * well respected efttten of tmsgene, passed away at his bofte in Imogene at 9: IS o'clock satofday evening after aft illness of several Weeks from diabetes. Mr. CaAsell ban been in fading health tot the past three years but was able to be around until afaont the first of February when he was wanned to the house and gradually grew worse Until death relieved him of his misery. Conrad J. Cassell Was born in New totk, Oct I, 1873 where he lived until he was fourteen yeafs old. He then moved td Maryville, Me. where he grew to manhood. In the spring of 1899 he moved to Iowa where he has made his home nearly all these years in Imogens. He worked at his trade of paper hanging and painting until his health failed. Oh May 26, 18H he was married to Miss Ida Logan of Mary- vllle, Mo. and to this union five Children, three daughters and two eons, were born who with their mother survive him. The children are Clara, now Sister Victoria Of St. Joseph, Mo., Frances, Mrs. Jewell Thompson, Cobool, Mo., Anthony, Cedar Rapids, James and Mrs. Mildred Sparks of Omaha, All were present at the funeral except Mrs. Thompson, James and wife spent most of the winter here helping his mother care for his father who for the past month has been a great care and every effort was made to make him as comfortable as possible during his illness. He is also survived by one brother, Will, of Maryville, Mo. and ten grandchildren. He was a member of the Catholic church. Funeral services were held at St. Patricks Catholic church Monday morning at 9 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Francis Doyle, pastor. There was a large attendance of friends and relatives. The pall bearers were T. F. Maher, Andrew Delehant, Leu Outschenritter, Arthur Leahy, Bern Maher, and Frank Dorsey. The remains were laid to rest in Mt. Calvary cemetery. Those coming from a distance to attend the funeral were: Sls- PAGESEVfcft fhnrtday afternoon. April 13 the Methodist Ladies 1 Aid met at the home of Mrs. Roscoe Greenwood with Mrs. Glenn Ooy and Mrs. Wfll pike assistant hostesses, it was a social meeting and about twenty-five members were present. The afternoon Was spent In visiting and looking over quilt block patterns. The ift<"<!i plan td make * qttnt St. 'fteshments 01 sandwiches, *>. salad, cake with whipped cretun and coffee were served. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gee were gttests at the meeting. Shower tor Britl»to*B« the sodality and relatives and friends of Miss Margaret Maher, who will be married Wednesday, April 19, gave a miscellaneous shower for her in St. Patrick's hall Sunday evening. There was a very large crowd and the bride- to-be received many nice and useful articles for her new home. Refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Jas, Cassell, Mrs. Mildred Sparks, and Tom Klein, Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Will Cassell and son, Ed, and daughter, Ce- 1 her Honored Three Birthday* Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doyle entertained the following at a birthday dinner Sunday, April 16: E. f. Laughlln and family, 1. p. Laughlln and family, J. p. Laughtin and family, Mike Doyle and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- Olnnis Sr., Miss Mayme MeOlnnls, Miss Mamie and Johnny Laugh- lln. The blnhday anniversaries celebrated were those of Mrs. Joe Doyle, her brother, Johnny Laughlln, and her son, Maurice. Mr. and Mrs. Henry of Kansas City, Dr. Mlcheal Carey and Kenneth O'Brien of Council Bluffs, and Miss Minnie Bradley of Shenandoah were 6 o'clock dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bradley. Mrs. Ed Stenger and children of Coburg spent a few days here the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hankins. Mrs. A. R. McDermont and son, Joe, of Newton came Friday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. C. C. Maher, and other relatives. Her sister, Miss Anna Maher, and nephew, Joe Martin, drove to Council Bluffs to meet them. Mrs. Mary Conners has been on the sick list the past week. N. J. Hillary left Sunday morning for Kansas City accompanying his d^aughter^^Bertha. and ,-v,^,-,j^"?pwwBt^nl!lft«qB«Sd to be gone for several days. Miss Mary McQarglll took care of the store in his absence. Mrs. C. C. Maher entertained at the Swedish Lutheran church in Essex of which he was a de- tcwt member, the urge church was fined to overflowing with ser- rowfng friends who came to pay test tribute of respect to their beloved friend*. the pftlTbearers Were Ms old netgnbart: prink B. a*d Ed Canton, Charley to**ggre*n. Charley Holm**. ci«u« Abraham, and Robert fhfrer. there Were many beautiful flowers, the remains were laid to rest in the Essex cemetery beside his son. the entire eemmirelty ettertd their stn- cerest sympathy to the heart- Woken family. Sitter City Junior* the junior class play, "Go Slow Mary," which Was given April 1, 1933 at the opera house was well attended, the play was a farce comedy In three acts, the characters showed that they had worked very hard to make It a success. the play took place in Philadelphia in a newly married couple's home. Mary didn't think she could stand the house work any longer so Billy, deciding that he would give his wife a rest, stayed home and kept house. Mary gets tired of the other job she says she has and soon comes home. Bitty also gets enough of the house work too because everything goes wrong. Finally Mary and Billy make up and everything goes along smoothly again. Other humorous charac- ters were "TB« ptat«d . by Sr«e*en Sewfttg and Powell Anderson a»d "the Ice Fred Bferman. Everyone Join* With as In com- frftmsJrttng the junior* for tiiff splendid work and that of th*ff director, Mlw Pair Will B€ Described Soon A detailed description of tfri» archftwtnraT feature* and general artanfettent of the Centnty of PfogfMs Eipatttlflin. of World* Fair, which opens In Chicago on Jnne I, will be presented to radio andlencM who tune Ift on the regular Wednesday night Continental oil company program for May 3. the story of the Exposition, as told by Cafteth Wells, famous explorer, is designed especially for tho«e who plan to vacation in Chicago this year. Sotne of the buildings described are the travel and transport Building, the Golden Pavilion of jehol. Fort Dearborn, the Agricultural Build* Ing, the General Exhibits Build- Ing, the ffall of States, the Science Building, the Federal Building, the Fairy Castle on Enchanted Island. the Conoco program may he heard by local listeners who tune In on station WOW Wednesday night at 9:30 o'clock. A Century of Progress will open Thursday, June 1, and continue until Nov. l. Financial Report of the Town of Malvern Pursuant to the requirement of Section 6677 of the Code of Iowa 1931, the following report Is made of the financial condition of the Town of Malvern. Iowa, as shown by the financial statement of said Town on March 31st, 1983. Woodford R. Bylngton, Town Clerk, RECEIPTS EXPENDITURES GENERAL FUND Balance, April 1, 1932-$ 198.07 General government ..$1,369.33 County tax . 1,748.04 Waived deposit 1,068.66 Poll tax 87.00 Cash, March 31, 1933 _ 34.78 Justness licenses ..... 172.00 Cigarette licenses .. 262,60 $2,467.61 $2,467.61 FIRR FUND Balance, April 1, 1932.$ 294.63 Fire department $ 397.29 County tax 670.30 Waived deposit 423.33 Cash, March 31, 1933 _ 44.31 $ 864.93 $ 864.93 DRAGGING FUND Balance, April 1, 1932- none Dragging streets $ 85.07 County tax $ 166.94 Waived deposit 61.66 Cash, March 31, 1933 - 19.21 E ville, Mo,, Mrs. Lizzie Logan and son, Frank, the latter Mrs. Cassell's mother and brother of Par- anell, Mo., and Mike Delehant of Shenandoah. The hteb school »el4 three thirty minute classes, The Sect* sl9«r clas 8 W«str«e4 the Ja» crease to poputeHea by K.r*p fl g aa4 the Geometry class displayed. fema beautiful geometric designs, Interesting Physics experiments . oar ™»M«« fnnilftlni all ^^^p j^ffy^p^BBj^L'™^^^^^^^^^^^^^-^^^* rV%s, demonstrated a»4 explained by tour senior hays, Tfce Ma»v»al Trainiai class had pieosa sf furniture Oft wWjto ebowwi sigBS »| I<ast WM the ftowe claw io whicj, taa *lrU ****** While Burnie Laughlin was burning stalks in a field near his hay stacks last Wednesday afternoon a high wind was blowing and swept the fire to the stacks and two large stacks containing several tons of hay were burned. Mr. and Mrs, Homer Pool announce the arrival of a baby boy on Wednesday, April 18, The family now consists of five boys and three girls. We extend congratulations. The upper story of the Addy store building Is being removed making a one story building of it, it was used for a dance ball and other entertainments in for* mer years but of late years has not been fit for use. it was wrecked quite badly last year by the wind. The building was erected about thirty-five years ago. Thus another landmark has been taken off the records. Miss Anna Marie O'Connor came home last Thursday for her Raster vacation. Miss R B th Howard returned to last Wednesday after j .„ her spring vacation with' her parents, Rev. and Mrs, 0, F, Hevftrf, Misses are th.i, rs ?°» were Micheal Martin and family, Mrs. Arthur McDermont and son, Joe, of Newton, and Miss Anna. Mr. and Mrs. Francis McDonald of Omaha spent Easter here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tommle Conners. Albert Addy and family spent Sunday in the Steve Rounds home in Silver City, Mr, and Mrs. Micheal Martin entertained Mrs. Martin's mother, Mrs. C. C. Maher, and two sisters, Miss Anna Maher and Mrs. Arthur McDermont, and son, Joe, at dinner Monday, $ 166.94 GRADING FUND Balance, April 1, 1932.$ 34.84 Street work $ 187.20 County tax 263.16 Waived deposit 66.81 Cash, March 81, 1983 _ 43.99 $ 288.00 Balance, April'i, 1932.$ 189.79 improvements .... ... $ 87(U1 County tax 861.82 Waived deposit 346.82 $ 801.61 Cash, March 31, 1933 - 79.28 Balance, April 1, 1932.$ $ 801.61 LIGHT FUND 7.42 Street lighting $ 644.31 County tax 1,113.50 Waived deposit 673.98 Cash, March 31, 1933 _ 2.69 $1,120,98 $1,120.92 LIBRARY FUND Balance, April 1, 1932-$ 235.06Expenses $ 768.28 County tax —_——_ 1,125.99 Waived deposit 658.65 Fines and fees _ 262.84 Cash, March 31, 1933 _ 206.97 $1,623.90 PARK FUND $1,683.90 P. D, Anderson Dies in Hospital at CUrinda Imogene, April 13. — p. D. Anderson, a highly respected and prominent cittern living five miles east of Imogene,- passed Balance, April 1, 1938.$ 158.30 Expenses $1,468.86 County tax „. 386.50 Waived deposit Fees and rentals 948.80 Cash, March 31, 1933. 18.05 18.70 $1,493.60 $1,493.60 ROAD FUND Balance, April 1. 1932-$ 22.31 Maintenance $ 88,31 State Highway Commis- Waived deposit 1.02 sion .—,._ _,„_„.. 150.00 Cash, March 31, 1933- 82.98 Balance, April 1, 1933.$ County tax .......... 178.31 $ 178.31 SEWER FUND 783,28 Expenses $ 483.88 none Waived deposit 899.94 the state hospital in on Friday morning, and R»by tbeir Bister, Mrs. fa Council Bluffs, Gee, jn&ii carrier on route three, has a new Chevrolet coach, Mrt, a»<j the wteter la Omaha ao4 recently returned here, left las.t Thursday if Market to visit relatives. S«w«e gshlehlef rguraed home frow Mercy hospital jest Thursday, r ' JHM Mary 8obJ d»y awr&Jni for away at Clarinda r _ =i April 7, where he bad been"an inmate for several months, owing to worry over financial affairs, Mr, Anderson built a beautiful modern home where he lived for many years and was very proud of bis home, When his only daughter married she and her husband took up residence in this home and the parr ents moved to Essex; but, Mr. Anderson spent most of his time in the country, still working and seldom remaining in town unless weather was too ba4 to get to the farm. He was a man who was very much admired by everyone for his honesty and noble character and was widely known through* out southwestern Iowa, bftvlag been in the pure bred Shorthorn cattle business many years with the late George Warner of Shen* a»4oah. He lived oa the Werae? farm north of Sheaandoab before moving onto his ova farm, Mr- Anderson was born in 8we4ea la WS, he hela* efcty, five years o!4 at the time of Ms death. He cawe to this $ 783.28 WATER FUND Balance, April 1, 1938-$ 868.66 Expenses ,$8.868.05 County tax „„,.„,„ 760.48 Waived deposit .,_... 1,205.52 Rentals ,-„— „-,—, 3,313.66 Cash, March 31, 1933 - 875,83 Deposits $4.338,80 $4,338.80 WATER SERVICE FUND .„.$ 95.00 Refunds ——_ „ $ 19.38 Waived deposit ; 56.00 Cash, March 31, 1933. 19.62 BOND FUND 95,00 Balance, April J, J938.$8,686.77 Bonds $8,600.00 County tax „„,«.„ 3,491.78 Interest .—.. ______ 1.608.00 ^••-^-^•" Waived deposit ——, 1.448,83 $6,078.66 Cash. March 31, 1933,. 681-71 Balance, April I, 1932.$ CQaaty tas „„„„.„„ $6,078.65 HALL BOND FUNP 368.98 Interest - $ 90.00 391.86 Waived deposit 681.60 L-UOU-- Cash, March 31, 1933 - 79.88 760,78 FJKB EQUIPMENT RONP FUND $ 750.78 Balance, .April 1, 1932,$ 400.04 Interest—-— ...... $ 275.00 ' County „„„„,. 488.84 Waived deposit—„.__.' 561.89 Cash, March 31, 1933- 68-59 $ 888.88 Balance, April 1, }93g. $ 888.88 BOND FUND none Waived deposit ——-.-$ 483.08 — ... . County tiz -„-.-_.,$ 683.3? Cash, March 31, 1933— 100.14 Cash, Mereb 31, 193» - $ 1.600.&0 .000.DO 3.600,00 9,800,00 1,500.00

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free