The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on April 20, 1933 · Page 8
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PAGE tt&tff tttfc MAtVHtff LfeABfeft, ttALVfefcf*, tdWA, APKti 2ft S T R A H A NI We **« scrrfeWt Jatt 8tt* Strahan Ladies' Uftidtt £nteftafried At Nhn» Hovfre Mrs. Henry Nlms and Mrs. On Martin entretatned the Ladle Union on last Wednesday after noon at the home of Mrs. Nlm There was a nice attendance an after the business meeting th afternoon was spent in dlscnssln plans for the junior-senior ban <jnet which the Union had bee asked to serve. Later the hos teases served refreshments o chicken sandwiches, pickles, frnl salad with whipped cream, cake and coffee. The next meeting wll be held April 26 at the home o Mrs. Alvln Lovell who will be as nlsted In serving by Mrs. Harry Conrad. Mr». Adam Gioe Severely Injured by Fall Sunday Mrs. Adam Glpe received a very severe fall last Sunday striking her head In such a manner that the scalp was cut to the bone, making such a bad wound that It required several stitches to close H. She was taken to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Zeno Bass, and Is being cared for there. Owing to her advanced age the injury is causing her children great anxiety. At this writing she was resting a little easier. Dr. Kerr of Randolph is attending her. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Angus, Lloyd, Margaret, David, and Ann Edith, and Mrs. Sophia Bralnerd Were supper guests Tuesday In the Ed Nagel home. Mrs. J. L. Wilson, Mrs. Al Lov ell, Mrs. Ed Nagel, and Do roth and Wilma Bradley were in Sben andoah Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cox an daughters, Hazel, Grace, an Wauneeta, and grandson, Bobby Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cox and son and Donald Robblna were dinnei guests Sunday in the Ed Nage home. A son, Richard Dean, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Darel Stogdill Tuesday morning, April 18. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steele attended a family reunion Easter Sunday in Malvern at the home of her sister, Mrs. O. 8. Eacrett, The relatives from Omaha were all there and in the evening Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Criswell and _ daughters came home with Mr. 4nd Mrs. Steele for an over night visit. They returned to Omaba early Monday morning. Mrs. W. S. Bradley was at the New* of the Strah&n Consolidated School School Eftfiibif, Meld thtittday fcveiifttfc The annual school exhibit of the Strahan school was held Thursday evening, April 18. Each grade room was decorated with the work of the year. The program began with the rhythm hand by the first and sec ond grades. Each played an In strnment which he had made. The next number was a five scene play, "Little Ugly Pace," by the second grade. The third ant fourth grades presented a playlet with songs called "The Picture Book." An amusing one act play, "The Adoption of Bob," was given by the seventh and eighth ?rades. The characters were as 'ollows: Mrs. Bates, Dorothy Martin. Bob Bates. John Cunningham. Alonzo Bates, Keith Molsberry. day wftn totn« decisfott* tor Christ a*d several Seceasfoiw. ffc opportunity *ffl fte *ga*ft next Sffttday for any wfco desir to be receive* Into wenvbertMp it fs hoped that each one wfco will be In tfrft services next Sttft day. Mar* a red circle May 14 for that is am all day meeting at Climax with basket dinner. Mrs. Ed Nagel and Dorothy Mrs. 3. L. Wilson, Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Dittmars were in Shett- ahdoah Friday. Rev. and Mrs. Cunningham were calling on Mrs. Charles Johnson of Climax at the Clarkson hospital In Omaha Friday. They were accompanied by Mrs. Henry Nlms who visited her grand child at the Immannal hospital, and also by Mrs. Martin and Helen. Rev. and Mrs. Cunningham are in Clarinda this Thursday where Rev. Cunningham was called to conduct a funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Curtis entertained at supper last Wednes- Mrs.Huett. Mildred Wilson. d erenlfi tne , r bfotner and Maggie He en I*«Rhl!n. w | fe . Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Cow- Chloe, Harriett Clltes. RCr> Bnd 8on Juniort thetr „„„, \Vang, Wayne Nlms. Lowell, all of Omaha, their ehll Farmer Meadows, Paul Dale, dfen ftt hohle flnd Mr and Mrg *? re ' .„ *, Millard Curtis. Mr. Cowger has Nora, Alice Beam. ' . a*« »t». C. B. finewer **§? f(JtaT SfiffflEf #& &t MftTvtfnV WCT^ J *tt*«t SWSaf tn tfie ft. O. fttrt* Sfatfelfn* Shapcott spent last wee* *ff& feet grandpfttent*, Mr and Mri. i f. shap<«ott, ai tfretr home Sort* of Emerson. Mr. fct£ Mrs. Dale Hunt childrett, Leonard, Ruth, fta* Evelya, g«8ts tit Jonctlon Sfftaay »t tfce home his sister, Mr*, men Fttefe. a** famtty. Mr*. W. H. Maddockg aitd entt- flren w*f» fttests at a party Sat- srdat aft«f«i<s«n given by Mr*. Earl Maddoeks near Silver City fof net set, jnnlor. There about thirteen present to ht» cetetflkte his eleventh day. Games were played, refreshments tefrfcd, and the hunt fof Easter eggs gave all much pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. C. 6. Anderson and Kathryn. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Lookablli and Ruth drove to Neola Sunday inorning to t>e present at the service at which time a cantata was given directed by Donald Anderson. lit the afternoon they visited for a short time with relatives at Logan. was assisting Mrs. Sawyers In organizing a 4-H poultry club. Supt. and Mrs. Walter Roberts of Troy were brief visitors Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Bass, They left / for Troy early Sunday morning. Mr, and Mrs. Oliver Achenbach and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klmsey of Shenandoah were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. P. Achenbach. Mrs. Oliver Achenbach but recently underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Hand hospital In Shenandoah and this was the first time she had been able to go any place. Mrs. W. M. Collier has been a guest for the past two weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Earl Conrad. On last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Collier and family were visitors at the home of their sister, Mrs. Conrad, and •with their mother. Marvin, viola, and Jared Woodflll, Earl and Anna Rose Bass, who had spent their Easter vacation at home here, returned to their school work at Lincoln Sunday, accompanied by Mrs. M, C. Woodfill., Everett Glpe hac been spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Glpe, and they took him back to Lincoln Sunday. Easter dinner guesta at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson were their children, Mr and Mrs. Herbert Johnson ant Sheila, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laughlin and family. In the afternoon their sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs, Edgar Clary, and son, Kent, Mr. Clary's brother, and his sister, Mrs. Cully, sod two daughters, all of Hamburg, were visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Curtis were Easter guests at the home of Mrs. Curtis's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fellows, la Hastings Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kayton and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kayton enjoyed a picnic dinner at the bone of Mrs. HowurcJ Kayton's Blether, Mrs. Chas. Fichter, } U Randolph Sunday. Sophia Braluard who has ft BUest in the home of her Mrs. Waiter Angus, for veeks past, left last W«ftA$i4iy BWOiBK for her home Ella, Opal Toland. The high school orchestra was IB last number on the program laying "Evening and Morning" nd "March of the Men of Har- ech." The seventh and eighth grade oom was decorated to show pring-tlme, with birds and flow- rs everywhere. An Interesting feature of their room was the paper dolls dressed as girls of foreign countries. The fifth and sixth grades room was decorated with the handwork made by the children this year. They also had some Interesting projects. The third and fourth and first and second grades were full of the spirit of Easter with Easter rabbits and Easter pictures on the walls and windows. The first and second grades had a circus, farm, and theater. The Home Economics exhibit was in the Home Economics room where the garments the girls have made this year were on display. The Farm Crops and Agrlcul- ural Economics exhibit was held n the Science room. They showed everal Interesting things for exiblt: how water raised in silt oam higher than it did in sand; soil acidity test; terracing and been stationed at Honolulu fof a number of years past but wae transferred to Omaha as naval recruiting officer lately and this Is the first time In fourteen years that he and his sister, Mrs. Geo. Curtis, had met. Needless to say it was a most enjoyable occasion for all. Mr. and Mrs. Cowger returned to Omaha Thursday but Lowell remained to visit his parents until after Easter when he returned to his school work In Omaha. Henry Nims is assisting Geo. Curtis this spring with the farm work. EAST LIBERTY ear which the boys have just fin shed; and, under the microscope pores on a barberry leaf. The Common barberry causes black tern rust on small grain by har- jorlng these spores and should )e destroyed. The Agriculture Economics class demonstrated the hings responsible for better farm u comes. The baseball boys lost their ame to Farragut last Friday by a score of 8 to 7. They play Wales here Thursday, April 20. First and Second Grades The first and second grades •ave been talking about the birds hat come back In spring, par- icularly robins; how and where hey build their nests; and how :hey take care of their young. The children are all looking for Jlrd nests that they may watch for eggs and baby birds. East Liberty Methodist Church Please keep up with the Scripture reading in Psalms 1 to 40. U will do you good. The sympathy of everyone in the church is extended to those recently bereaved. What a comfort our faith is at such times I Today, Easter, our religious faith comes to the front of our minds. Let us be Easter Chris- OAKS Supreme thrill m Wwll's fait The Sky Ride, aotfttifidifig aifiiiiemem feature at A Century o! go's 1933 Wdtld'i PaJf, It consists ef twe 62fcfeet steel tow«8» one on the and the other nearly half a mile away on tforthetly Island, ftoeket car* carry the visi* tor across the lagoon between the two towert at an altitude d 200 feet, Easter morning dawned bright and beautiful and quite a group of neighbors of this vicinity en- Joyed Master breakfast in the Wilkinson woods together. Oak* Sunday School Note* HILLSDALE Oaks had an attendance at Sunday school of an even one hundred. Memory verses were memorized by the two smaller classes. Birthday money was put in by Mrs. Win Castor and Dorothy Warren. Following the Easter lesson a fine program was given by the lit* tie folks and young people. Recitations were given by the smaller children, readings by some of the young people, and the Easter play by the junior girls. Also special music by members of the Bible class. This program was under the direction of Miss Helen Dodion and Miss Kathleen Jones. And we wish to thank these two young ladles tor their work and the splendid entertainment which we are sure was enjoyed by all present. Communion service. Come to church next Sunday at 10. Church school at 11. Lesson subject, "The Sin of Selfishness." You are welcome at this church. Aui"ui jy&d Uarggrgt and Mrs. *»4 JJojFstb.y, Mr, »Ad Mf«. VMft ttef»m to 6te*U Third and Fourth Grades Grade four have just receitlj organized a Citizenship club. The officers elected are: President, Joyce Molsberry; vice president, Lynn Costello, and secretary, Junior Curtis. The grade has, been divided into groups and each ch ud' » group has particular duties to|cnuaren < perform each week. Emphasis Is placed upon schoolroom and play ground cleanliness. Grade three Is working hard to become better spellers. Each one is building a house of construction paper for their spelling book each week they get one hundred. Fifth and Sixth Grade* Doreen Swain was absent 'last week because of Illness. Lorraine Thomas was out because of the measles. Others absent were; Oleu Bennett, Claude McGlll, Jane Tlmson, and AUha Beam. The fifth and sixth grades are studying Europe in Geography Everyone is bringing a product of a European country to class, Seventh and Eighth The seventh eud eighth grade room had two absence* last week because of measles. Clifford Jones and Sybil McqtU were th«T sufferers. The seventh grade Beading rtub is planing a series of d£ bates for the spring period The pr»t one scheduled tw 4n»U I* U: Resolved, That .uuituar «M/U Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Nelson and daughter, Ethel, were dinner guests In Malvern Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. S. R. Hurst. Mrs. R. K, Henderson has been appointed treasurer of the East Liberty Cemetery association to fill vacancy. Mr. and Mrs. G, W. Rlmel drove to Bedford Sunday morn- Ing and spent the day with their son, Dr. Warden Rlmel, and family. Mr, and Mrs, Will Miller of Indlanola, parents of Mrs. Warden Rlmel, were also there for the day. Mr. and Mrs. M. H, Latchaw and Evelyn were dinner guests Sunday at the Frank Du Val home. After services Sunday W. H, Maddocks and family drove to the home of his sister, Mrs. Will Schlermeir, and husband near Silver City where they spent the remainder of the day, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Barger and lldren, Betty and Lindsay, Miss Hazel Owens, and Howard Lookabill enjoyed a weiner roast In the woods Sunday afternoon. The Easter message by the pastor was enjoyed by those present for the morning service. At the close of the church school, recitations were given by a few of the children. Mrs. Rebecca Kirby of Malvern is assisting In the B. C. Seaton home. Mrs, Seaton Is improving slowly from her attack of In* Bammatory rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Wilbejm and children, Florence, Dorothy, and Buddy, were dinner guests Sunday at the home of bis par. ents near Silver City. Chas. Wllhelm and family were supper guests Sunday evening at the Ernie Decker home uear Silver City. Mrs. Laura Keraey and Josle drove to Qlenwood, after services Sunday where they were guests of Mrs. Wtoale Moore, other «W»t» l« the bom. were Mr. wl Mrs, Q. w. Brower »ad aoa, Mr- »«*t. u aftd. gawia Wi^L-' • WWtt ^teMl wfa^ P. T. A. Meeting The next P. T. A. meeting will be held at Oaks this coming Frl- program and social time and help make this a big meeting. ASBURY Mrs. Opal Bayes was a Malvern visitor Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Emery McDowell and son, Bobbie, of Lincoln spent Thursday evening in the Harvle Douglas home. Mrs. A. J. McGlnnls and daughter, Betty Ann, Mr, and Mrs. Scott Arterburn, and Mrs, Myrsel Thomas were Red Oak visitors Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Harvle Douglas and Mr. and Mrs. Emery McDowell and son, Bobble, were Shenandoah visitors Friday. , Will Archer and children and Roy Lang were Omaha visitors Sunday going up to see Mrs. Will Archer who is IB the immanual hospital. Mr, and Mrs, Qra Douglas and daughters spent Sunday with Mrs. c. A. Lang and daughter, Pearle. Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Shaw and Mrs. Chas, Shaw and sop., Bay, were Omaha visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shaw of Shenandoah spent several days the past week with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Qbaj. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Will Jrvin and family spent Sunday at Sbenan- doah. Mrs. Warren, Walling and chit dren returned to their borne IB Council Bluffs Sunday after vjalt* ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bellwood, Mr. and Mr«, Q, W» Splcey son, Marion, wart 41nner guu,-,. In the Harvle Douglas bone B»t< urday evening, Easter Service* Held in HilUdale, Pacific Junction Combined Choirs Give Pro* gram Morning, Evening, to Crowded Houses When the first cantata ever given In either the Hlllsdale or Community church in Pacific Junction was presented last Sunday, both of these churches found their seating capacity Inadequate. The former church handled their crowd in the morning but with some difficulty; but at Pacific Junction that evening seats simply could not be provided for all who wanted them and scores were turned away, while many stood or sat on the steps of the hallways. Visitors were noted in the audiences from Glenwood, Malvern, Tabor, and Council Bluffs. The combined choirs of these two churches, which presented this cantata, Is made up of thirty-four voices, mostly young people, and they were trained for the event by their pastor. Rev. T. J. Pettit, who is showing himself to be quite a i»pabU church ulatlng themselves because do not have to go to some city church to enjoy the finest kind of music to be found. More than three hundred people jammed the HIHsdale church on the previous Friday evening when part of the high school band from Tabor gave a concert as part of their regular Community Night program. The other part of the program was a short religious drama called "The' Quest" given by some young men of the church. T Iff, and Mrs, 0, 0, Diiiehay entertained at an Easter luncheon Sunday evening honoring their son, Donald, Those present were the Misses Lela Raines and Mat. ine Van Ofadel, Clifford Dtllehay, Donald Raines, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Van Orsdel and daughter, Mar* jorie, Randolph Seniors Give Evening The seniors of Randolph high school presented "Spooky Tavern," a three act play, to a packed house Friday evening as their farewell of the school year. The cast was as follows: Lou Hacker, owner of Spooky Tavern, Richard Stanley, the Ohost Woman, Marie Phillips. Lucy Hacker, spiritualist, Willa Sheirbon. Joyce Wingate, college girl, Julia Armstrong. Florabelle Wingate, the younger sister, Ida Mae Anderson. Bedelia, the girls colored devoted old mammy, Ruth Atkinson. Ralph Channlng, college senior, Tom Ports, and Terry Tanner, Junior student, Donald Slater, both in love with Joyce. Willie Worgle, stuttering freshman and very nervous, Victor Norton. Blackie Simms, dope dispenser, Iral Landis. Farone the Creeper, Bryce Fichter. , Each one of the cast seemed especially, flttedjor, ( tha,,role <as. MISCELUNEOUS MtLLfrPOTTAWATOAMtB ' ATLA8 WANTteD Wanted—By customer ot Mill* Co. Abstract Co., a copy of the Mills and Pottawattamle county atlas, published about 1918. Please write or call Mills Co. Abstract Co., Qlenwood, quoting price and condition, 36tf. f he l&dvern Mill will accept Corn in exchange for flour, meal, and chicken feeds. Phone 326, Malvern. 34-10. If yon own your truck and would be interested in engaging in the ice business, communicate with this paper, 40-8. MACHINERY For Sale — Used Fordson trao- tor, 1>81 model. One 2 bottom 16 inch Moline tractor plow. One model 26 two bottom 14 inch Moline tractor plow. — Salyers Auto Co., Malvern. 40-2. It you hay* » friend interested to Mill* county tell htm about The Leader Community Night Draws Huge Crowd at HHUdale Community night has for the past few years been-established as an outstanding social feature of this vicinity. Friday evening was evidence of this (act with, an attendance of 300 and fifty more were turned away because pf lack of room. ' The program committee bad.a real treat in store when tbey predated Warren Barrah of Tabor and fifteen of bis algh school band. They played several of their contest numbers and eolps. We're sure Mr. Darr»b and his band are welcome to return to, HiHsflale any time, - " ;A short prt-Bpwtjwr,, e» by four boys left an sifln, wbleli wJU JWtl gotten. beautiful |pr tbls ^WWft* fl { Rake by CLASSIFIED ADS ABSTRACTS OP TITLE ft CONTINUATIONS Mills County Abstract Co, Qlenwood, Iowa JU FOR RENT For Rent—Two modern houses in, north Malvern.; Call Landis Hardware, 331*, For Sale — B, 0, R, I, R, hatch* ing eggs, 18c B. H. Grouse, HORSES For Sale-—Well-matched good work 'team. — O. O. Cunningham > 38tf.f SEEDS AND FEEDS AUtrope; Halve For Sale — Timothy and'j, , „ hay, — Claude Brooks, Plural 171-F20. Malvern. 39-3; Strawberry Plant* •—Postpaid • prices per hundred: Dunlap, BOc, Red Gold, EOc. Premier, 60c, Mastodon, ¥1.15,: Ten cents per hundred cheaper'" at the green house. \ Dale Kline, Florist, Malvern : 39-8.- YVORK WANTED Tom Shaw — Piano Tuning,"^ Leave orders with Collins Drug,--- Majrern, er, Priest's p,jrujr-?itQi;e, Hastings, «6tf,: , Hanging—13 a , Painting. 85o?ner, brf-Wark guaranteed, t What have you jn trade money? •Okas, Parks, Phone 08. The ft decided tasrawa in Two good milk cow», - - •" ' ' * '

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