The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on May 4, 1933 · Page 6
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tttt M ALVfeRN LfeA HENDERSON * Hettderaott Will Graduate Seven Commencement Week fe*er* cite* Begin Mav 8 with the Glats Play Henderson will graduate a fine class of seven this year, fire yonng ladles and two yonng men They are a fine class In erery respect and have done etcellent work through their high school course as well as before. The first event will be the class play which will be glren In the high school auditorium two evenings. May 6 and 6. Then comes the baccalaureate address which will be given Sunday, May 7, Graduating eterclses will be held Wednesday evening. May 10, In the high school auditorium when the class will present a program and receive their diplomas. The final event will be the alumni banquet tendered the graduates on the evening of May 12. The class roll \* as follows: Jean E. Creamer, Dale Harris, Herbert Jones, Ltllie Pauline KJellberg, Maxlne E. Leu, Ura Jeantiotto Luther, and Altn I. Slnimonda. Showef Grveti lot Bride Christian Church News The C\ K. Convpntlon Welt, the district convention is history and the effects wilt be felt In all the Christian Endeavor Societies of the district for years to come. Henderson had a total of fifteen registrations. Reign Hyers drew a place on the nominating committee, Sylvia Wright on the resolutions committee. Mrs. Wright drew two substitutions for absent speakers and Sylvia Wright had one of the toasts at the banquet. That banquet was one of the greatest gatherings of young people In many years. There were 156 at the tables and the pep songs and talks were very Inspirational. At the afternoon meeting the registration had reached the number of 208. The district officers for the coming year are: president, Miss Dorothy Greene, Red Oak; rice president, Miss Alice Scott, Glenwood; secretary, Sylvia Wright, Henderson; treasurer, Joe Treat, Farragut. County presidents; Mills, Wan- Koehertpergerj Jnajuaaiu JErjte nt, Grace Rlcketts; Page, Wm. 8titt; Adams, Jim McClurg, Corning; Montgomery, Mazlne Hayes, Bed Oak; Taylor, vacant. Pastor adviser, Rer. Ira Carney, Red Oak. Junior superintendent, Miss Mae Murphy, Glenwood. A mlseellaneott* shower was given Saturday afternoon at the Art Davis home tt honor of Mrs. Ray Davis, a recent bride. She received many lovely presents. At the close a lunch was much en- Joyed. Da*i* Wed* ftytha Rutledge The marriage of Ray Darts, son of Arthur Davis, and Miss Rytha Rutledge, daughter of W. T. Rntledge of this vicinity, took place Wednesday, April 20, at Glenwood. The ceremony was performed by Rer. j. Ifring Brown, pastor of the Glenwood Christian church. The happy couple were accompanied by the parents of each and all returned to Henderson the same day where they hare been recelrlng the congratulations and good wishes of their many friends. The groom has a position with CHAMPION HILL T Mr. «nd Mfs. Lo* Ratftetd spent Friday evening wfth ter brother, Clarence Bishop, and family. Mrs. S. A. Reed tented her horn* in Oakland and moted Friday to this community to make her home with her daughter, Mrs. F. G. Kochersperget. Mrs. Bertha KeHenbarger and Ruby straight and daughter, Darlene, called on Mrs. lessft Shelley Friday afternoon. Joe Alien was a Shenandoah shopper Saturday and spent Saturday night in the home of his uncle, Arthur Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Liddeii of near Shenandoah spent Friday evening with Mrs. Lucy Liddell and son, Virgil. Earl Swadley and family and his brother, John, Albert streit- enberger. and Marjorle Bishop were Sunday dinner guests of Lon Hatflelds. Mrs. trene Larson and son, Frederick, accompanied her aunt, Mrs. Laura Douglas, and daughter, Doris, to Shenandoah Wed- his uncle, n. W. Dari*. in Km*r-1 «»*** afternoon, and they will make their j Mr - »*» a Mr *- Je »»« Shelley son home there. *p*nt Tuesday evening at Alfred »r* nil r^nuUr and «u*«<i4iit* and we missed frww their accustomed Mrs. Champ Hsrovpr ent*rUl»-| Wan* Ooj*r was an Omaha ed several guests at a brlds* j t»*tl«r W<*ln«><ilajv party Friday evening honoring! Earl and Darts Bishop and Mrs. Shelau. j FruhfU rnsry WM* absent from Paul Phillips and family *pwjS»»*»*y writ*** *<t awount of In Omaha Saturday and Attended! n program given at tbe school! where Gaylo Phillips teaches. j A heavy wind struck here Sat ttrday evening and did some tlttlo damage. The worst was donf to tho Farmers Union Exchange building. U caught the roof along the entire south side and turned it back about twelve feet as neat as you please and laid It on top of the rest of the roof. Mrs. Cliff Winslow and chtl dren were In Council Bluffs Friday. Tbe young people * enjoyed a charivari Tuesday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Dilley and one on Friday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Ray Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Penwell of near Morton Mills were guests Sunday for dinner In the Jud Coppock home. EMERSON Wbit* H Bride c - tte §a*«Mfcy evening, April Carolyft & White ftceaft* the of tof «o* c. Hawaii. wedding l«* piaee in the home at the KHSe's parents, Mr. attd Mrs. Attfcttf T. White, soitthewt Oi the hrlds and groom accoimw- The M. E. Ladies' Aid enjoyed a pot luck lunch Thursday afternoon at their meeting. Each member Invited a guest and forty-five were present. They enjoyed having all of the teachers of our The slides, "Know Your Bible" are being well attended every Sunday evening. No slides next Sunday evening as it is baccalaureate service. The class of Sunday school workers organized for training in Christian leadership is starting off fine. Alpha A. Wright, pastor. > Mrs. Emma Workman returned Thursday from a several weeks stay with her son, Harold, and family at Grant. Mrs. Wigginton and daughter, •Jessie, of Macedonia were callers in town Wednesday. R. W. Casebolt served on the grand jury at Glenwood a few •days last week. Jim Houser and daughter, Ad- tfle, and her daughter, June, and Ilia Houser visited in the Martin Hansen home in Omaha Sunday. A. J. Harbor and family visited their daughter, Virginia, at Indl- anola Sunday, Mrs. Pave Owena visited her daughter, Dorothy, in Omaha a few days last week. John, Hamilton of Macedonia bad the misfortune several days ago to fall at his home bruising , his shoulders quite badly but not '•• seriously, Mrs. CUas. Gipe of Stratum visited in the C. H- Amick home Thursday, Mrs. Glen Scheffert of Avoca visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sowers, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, Boe Houser attended the funeral of the latter's grandmother, Mrs. Anna Clark, at Malveru last Tuesday. Mrs. Velma Myers was a visitor in Council Bluffs Thursday. The members of the Christian L&dlea' Aid enjoyed u beefsteak fry at their meeting Wednesday afternoon. Over twenty were present. They accepted en Invitation that day (rum Uxe l.ouo Star Ladies' Aid to visit their Aid iu the near future. Mr. aud Mrs. A. J. Harbor were visitor* Thursday attev au<j fowlly TliuwJay, were on display. A very pleasant time was enjoyed. Born — To Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Ellison, April 26, a son. This makes five boys in the home. Dorsey Byers and A. H, Harbor had business In Council Bluffs Friday, Sam Taylor who has been stationed at Fort Crook, Nebr. for some time has been transferred to Little Rock, Ark. where he will stay ten months. Mr, and Mrs, Wayne Byers were guests Sunday In the Virgel Galloway home. Res Davis, Retha Rutledge and Mrs. Herman Coppock were In Council Bluffs Tuesday, Several ladies of the community went out to the cemetery Friday and set out plants and shrubbery and made some flower beds. Mrs. Elvyn Galloway was a visitor in Council Bluffs Thursday. DeLoma Copeland of Council nled by Mr. tnd Mrs. Jay T. Bell, took theif places prepared for them while Miss Dorothy Me- Greer played the wedding march. Ret. J. F. Bttlle, pastor of the First Baptist church of Emerson, spoke the words that made them husband and Wife, using the impressive and beautiful ring ceremony. Gordon C. Hascall is the oldest son of tth »6d Mrs. George A Hascall df Iffierson. Both young people are well known in this community where they hare many friends and are held in high esteem. Both graduated from the Emerson high school with the class of 1980. Mrs. Hascall has taken two and a half years of nurses' training in the Methodist hospital at Des Molnes. Following the ceremony a three course luncheon was served to those who were present consist" Ing of the immediate relatives of the bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. HascaH will live In the beautiful country home of j the groom's parents south of Em- ntwn and Sunday: V*l«a MeLaln, Ood can glye ' Carrie and Marj^rte James. Wan- _ u/lll Dl da nnd Jwin Koeherspwuwr. Ewerson Will rlay Elaine Liddell. Ella and Harold Mill Grove First Kellenbarger, Wllma and Flor-j ence Cooper. They report a very' The Emerson baseball team has pleasant and profitable service. | been organised for the season and Wanda Kochersperger was elect ed president of the Mills county C. E. organization. On account of the stormy weatber and muddy roads the friends in Emerson took care of the delegation Saturday night so they would be on the pavement ready for the Sunday service. Wilma and Florence Cooper and Harold Kellenbarger stayed with Mrs. Jennie Kellenbarger; Carrie and Marjorie James, Wanda and Jean Kocber- sperger, and Eloise Liddell were entertained In the home of Mrs. Carrie McLaln. They all attended a pr< • puist 1 fim morning. Mrs. Peugh and two daughters called on Berta Griffin Monday afternoon. Mrs. Laura Douglas and daughters, Pearl and Doris, and Mrs. Irene Larson and son, Frederick, \ were Red Oak visitors Tuesday, j Geraldine Dunlap spent the; week end with her cousin, Lucile Smith. Those from here who attended the prohibition meeting in Malvern a week ago Sunday were shocked to iearn that the speaker, Mr. Gray, had been almost Instantly killed In an automobile accident and was buried Sunday. We are sorry to lose such an ardent prohibition leader and sincerely sympathize with the 'rlends. The wife was seriously hurt also. Mesdames fva and Minnie Bishop and Grandma Cozad visited Mary Hatfleld Friday. In spite of the bad roads some of our members being at the con' will play their first game next Sunday with the Mill Grove team at Mill Grove, the intersection of Highways 34 and 71. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Smith spent Thursday in Irwin tn the home of their daughter, Mrs. Delia Wilson. Mrs. Lacy Stoner of Holly Bluff, Miss, came Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. John L. Myers, and her mother, Mrs. Ida Shlvely, southwest of town. William Huntsman Jr. was a Glenwood visitor Saturday, e and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Comer were Glenwood visitors Friday. Aa*tlt*ry Kemiflglort tfc* Atter»«ft Legion Auxiliary gate a tag tewfng Kensington at the Methodist ehftren Friday Oewey Bart*, nmsfe . tiftcfcef of itHottj gate a defertp- lion ei hit tdftt afbnftd the wotld and ethfWted the articles he bro-ftghi Wet. ffcefe **s a good attendance. Jttnidf Play Friday The Juniof class rf the fetter- son high school *fll present theit play, "the Boomer," Friday night, Mat *, at 8 o'clock at the high school gymnasium. Admission IS cents and 25 tents. —-— ^ Hornet tad eard*n* Weefc Misses Elsie and Ruby ttevls were shopping in Red Oak Saturday. The Setter ftotte* and We«k w** OMerted » the p*sf week. Strs. John I* Et- tcat was appointed national Chairman of this eSWnfttt* Mid «*»** ed by several ladles et ttfc otfref organfrttlolw a good display of home made fnfnltnre, hotne fnr- nishings, and othet Article* were on eihitrftlon in sotse of the store windows. Thets wefe home made tables, floor and table lamps, screens, cushions, ptetttfe*, %r»td* ed and tfoteheted rags, book ends, foot stool, tapestry, And other articles. Mahy more articles con Id hate been ethiblted if they had known about it in time. Better Homes Week is being observed with ft unique display of home made furniture attd household furnishings In the windows of the post office and the Broadway Cafe. They are vert interesting and attract a lot of at* tentlon. A heavy walnut end ta* Mrs. B. L. elites was a Oak visitor Saturday. Rev. and Mm. L. E. Rlpley and son, Billy, and Frank J. Shaw motored to Harlan Friday «te» nlng to attend the state declamatory contest. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Barns and son, John, of Elliott spent Sunday In the Wilbur Morrison home. Miss Stella James of Olenwood is visiting in the home of her aunt, Mrs. Clara Abel.. The Christian Home Aid met at tbe home of Mrs. M. D. Lang last Thursday with a good attendance, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bchick and Mrs. C. A. Lang and daughter, Penrle, were Shenandoab visitors Thursday. Mrs. M. E. Cupp and daughter, Marilyn, were Glenwood visitors Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Jeanette Mann, a National W. C. T. U. speaker, gave a temperance lecture at the Methodist church Sunday morning and at the First Baptist church Sunday evening. There was a good attendance at each of these places and much interest taken. The school exhibit including articles made hy the Manual Training and Home Economics classes were placed in Mr. Waymire's barber shop window and attracted much attention. The fathers and mothers should feel justly proud of their children's work made under the direction ot ^^.flUsspr..^^!^^ £^£ r «-> to be 100 years old, are ot espe- ciat Interest. seriously sick was'reported to.be feeling much hotter Tuesday, Mr, and Mrs. Vernon Johnson and Miss Velma Rice called oh Mertin Colvln In the Red Oak hospital Monday evening. Mrs. Kate Steen has been on the sick list the past week. Mrs. Glen Shook has entered the Lincoln General hospital at Lincoln, Nebr. for treatment for rheumatism. Mrs. 'Ida Shlvely, mother of Mrs. John Myers, was taken to the Imannuel hospital la Omaha Monday for a few days observation, She was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs, Lacy Stoner, and Dr. C. C, Madsen. Short Fair Trip Is Now Available Afe tW ffgffftfil ifct Wrftrt* fcfflj-- tfarfrttwiitit'ftf *s«a . aCTo RiCTBWKf TH Ctty tt«at>«ttMp are tef t* trm tftftfftf TO tilt tft* M tte *%», *tte»ef tfiltti*iftaitei tdfflis«e% at tins fates, gtude tf^ijMWttUt^ff^^i ^fr super? IsTOn at ftsetfe— ati fefr tfr* ehftdfeft *ftd fee. the Mafteth Ltt&f ttrftttiy advise*, iHj*«t«f » ttint tfcttt days it ftoi ft&ple tint* to see th« Fair officials, journalists, trttet buMfiftus, and those wfcd hate seen the Faff in preparation, an nnanifisott§ in this olrtnlaii. A teat world's Fair in the 20th Center? IB tety diffetent ffoni A World's Fair in the 19th centufy, and fife days is aft absolute inlnlattfli in which to da it Justice. Neterthfr" less, Beacon CHy offefs the "Short Period MMabefships" tot those whose business makes it Itobosfllble tor thetH to attend the Fair more than three days at a time, and for those who would father take "alt the children" tor a few days than go hjr themselves for the full period. In order to assure yourself of accommodations at Beacon City for the particular time you want to go, you are urged to enroll immediately. "Short Period Membership" Now Offered by Beacon City Organization Reader* of The Malvern Leader will be interested to know that "Short Period Memberships" at Beacon City are now available for those who wish to see the World's Fair in economy and comfort, but cannot take time to enjoy a full Beacon City Membership. The "short periods" at Beacon City begin on Sunday and Wednesday afternoons and coyer all essential WewntfwwFi eight years old.. HOW SHE LOST 18 POUNDSJJF FAT For Lets Than $1.00 "Will ray In regards to Kro> *chont I took it to reduce. I lost 18 pounds after using one bottle and feel fine. Just bought one more bottle today and expect to lose 18 more pound*. I now weigh 148 and feel fine." Mrs. Harry Robinson, Akron, Ohio. (Jon. 6, 1088). Once a day take Kruschen Salts — one half teaspoonful in a glass of hot water first thing every morning. Besides losing ugly fat SAFELY you'll gain in health and physical attractiveness — constipation, gas and acidity •will cease - to bother — you'll feel younger—more active —full of ambition — clear skin ' '- Bluffs, formerly of Henderson, had the honor a few days ago of being winner of the girls' speak ing contest of Thomas Jefferson high school. She spoke on the Russian experiment. Her friends here are pleased to near of her success. She is a sophomore in that school. At the services at the Methodist church Sunday evening Miss Morgan sang a solo with Mrs Harry Paul at the piano and the Misses Pear] Norton and Joyce PterBon played a violin duet with, Miss Morgan at the piano. Both numbers were much enjoyed. Wllma Parcel! who has been staying in the Elmer Bchoening home for some time has returned to her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Simmons of Hancock spent the week end in the Ed Wilkinson home. The members of the B. Y. K- club were entertained Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Champ Hftrover. A very pleasant time and lunch were njucn, eu- Joyed, Dorothy Pool of neap Council Bluffs wag visiting friends in town Wednesday evening. vention. and others being sick, we had an attendance of twenty- three at Sunday school and en* Joyed a good service, Dewey Bishops and Mary Hat» field were Red Oak visitors v»r» iu Omaha. It Austria defaults time comes to • pay, will the French pot sail the Austrian ket tie blftcls? —. LyncUburg News. AUverUaiujr to yogr A Huge Market fora few nts R«»l Eitate Trantfers Record of instruments filed In the offices of the Recorder and Clerk of District Court of Mills county, Iowa, from April 7, 193?, et 8 a. m. to April 14, J833, at 8 a. m. Thomas F. Windom et al to Anna B, Window (Q. c, p.) fi. Lots 9 to n end 3 to 5, and part Lot 6 Blk. 39, Malvern, R. B. Robbins to Frank A. Rob' bins (W. D.) n, g acres in NE* of NEH of S$ Fred V. Mclntire to Coe J. Pep* 82?, (W< n<) lmo - W 8EV« of NW% 3MM8. Trustees of Farm Creek Cemetery to Mrs. Addle Boileau D.) |?5. Lot 147. cemetery. Heber HUlyer to Equitable Co. of Jowft (Qrant of 81% Qf 88, the SVft of the SWH Ql A few cents will bring your used machinery, extra produce, livestock or anything lyou may ' for Hundreds no ic

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