The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on May 18, 1933 · Page 6
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CAGE SIX S T R AH A N Week Activities! The climax of is the fit Jfftry fc1aHM> In September of 1929 this 1933 class entered Strahan high school with 21 members, namely Faye Bayes, Lillian Bradley, Will Bradley, Mary Elaine Churchman, Edna Cntts. Helen Curtis, Oeorge Dinvllle, Maxlhe Dolph Charlotte Dye, Orvllle Going, VIr gll Hammack. Amy Horn, Loret ta Horn, Floyel Lewis, Marltn Lemonds. Lela Long, Clarence Nagel, Frederic Newell, Helen Shaul, Ruby Warren and Mable White. That year we lost one member. Floyel Lewis. We also gained a member who is finishing high school In the class of 1933. This girl is Maxlne Bell. As Sophomores we started the year with 20 In the class. Charlotte Dye had gone to Malvern. At the beginning of our Junior year two of our former classmates, Helen Curtis and Lela Long did not return. After a few months Amy Horn left our class also, bringing the total down to 17. The first of March Elolse Olson came from York, Nebr., and Joined the class. During our Senior year we numbered 18 until the beginning of the second semester when Edna Hambsch came from Letloy. There are now 19 of us, the largest class ever to graduate from Strahan. There are four members of the class of '33 who started to school in the first grade and hare gone through school together. These students are Lillian Bradley, Hel- gtten tonight (Thursday) fa the high school auditorium by the seniors themselves after which they will receive their diplomas. More detailed account next week. Mi** Mtdrjatit fafrlof ta teach at Satat Charte* Miss Marjorie Taylor, our English and Music teacher, has signed to teach at Saint Charles next year. Saint Charles is a larger school and Miss Taylor's selection can he considered as some- Mr*. H daughter, Mrs. _._.„„_„ „„_ onds, were hostesses to the Ladles' Unfon at thfc home erf Mrs. Eacrett Wednesday afternown May 10. there was a fine attendance. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. IfOw ard Kayton. and regular business attended to. twenty dollars was paid into the church btrdget. this with five recently paid before and twenty-four for interest on- ti* parsonage makes a nice total so far for the year. All outstanding bills were at this time ptesentet and a report of $18.92 made from the banquet setting. After the Business meeting was completed Mrs. W. S. Bradley, chairman of the drys for the township, gave a talk, explaining some of the Issues regarding the proposed 18th Amendment, mak- HENDERSON en Shaul, Frederic Clarence Nagel. Newell and Baccalaureate Services Held on Last Sunday The Baccalaureate services for Strahan were held at the Methodist church Sunday evening May 14. The Seniors and Faculty were ushered in by the President and Vice President of the Junior class. Helen Martin and Gail Lovell. with Thora Cunningham playing the processional. The program consisted of the following: Song by the congregation. Introduction of Wm. Stacy of Iowa State college by Rev. Cunningham. Prayer by Mr. Stacy. Song by high school Girte oiee- club. Prayer by Rev. Cunningham. Soprano solo by Miss Marjorie Taylor. Sermon by Rev. Cunningham. Song by high school Girls Glee •club. Benediction. The church was beautlfull decorated with lilacs and the senior class colors, orchid and silver. The senior class has purchased for the school the picture "Westward." This picture was reproduced by color photography directly from the original painting for the Iowa State Teachers' association. Printed In Vienna, Austria. School Picnic will be Held May 19 with Program The annual community school Picnic will be held Friday, May 9. Customary picnic dinner will e held. Everyone bring their own fork and spoon, sandwiches and other food which will be put together. A baseball game in the afternoon between the high school and the town team will be played. Shaul, xTo etaoln etaoln tshrdl s In the morning. properly advised. ar.urjffisttrjs =5=? »»»-• d her teaching at Strahan has been of a particularly high order. The traveling library books aave been returned to the Traveling Library department at Des Moines. unless At the close of the meeting toe hostesses served refreshments of chicken sandwiches, relish, fruit salad with whipped cream, two kinds of cake, and coffee. The next regular meeting will be held at the church May 24 with Mrs Will McCain and Mrs. Gilbert McCain as serving committee. May Breakfast for Senior* Supt. and Mrs. W. W. Molsberry entertained the seniors and faculty at a May morning break' Altifllfti Greet At Home Man Than 100 AtteM 18th Friday Night , fl&» ttadoates of 1933 Of t* Henderson Mft school w*re fSfeetted Into th* Heft detso* Alnianl association and given a most cordial Welcome fast Friday evening in the high schoo bnllding as they met In their eighteenth annual session. The Henderson Alumni association I* the oldest active alumni association in Mills county. They Wete organized eighteen years ago and have held a live meeting every y*at since then. This year they thought that, owing to present times and conditions, there might be a slump n the attendance but to the sur- irlss of the officers and commlt- ees In charge more than one bun- red responded to the invitations nd they had, what many of them erm, one of the best meetings in the history of the association. tt was the nature of a "Homecoming" and quite a nun her of the old graduates were Mo, Molsberry was sure to It. &SA £ft'A^aJafe& 8t*^.^ *. roc Keoent Bfwe A mlsceTlaneoTis shower was given at the Cnrlstfan efttrrcn basement Saiorday In honor of Mrs. Leroy Majors who was formerly Louise Ftltcher. She facetted fflra*t prietty aird ftsefol gifts. A i&fffch was served at the close of a very pleasant after ttooft. •*.««• ttffc 5. tt . . SplnKt flair * Si*. A. I. Safftsf mi ters, Arle*6 i&ff ffriftrta, tot*. Pearl HartW were In Co*o- Wt Btnti *trt. C. H. Amtck Kate • talk ftotntng at Ito Metnodlst Cfattrctt Net** We were pleased to have such a good number at the Sunday morning services. In the evening the third series of slides on the subject, "Know tour fclble," Was Shown to a fall house and they Were enjoyed by all. Mr. Castof also favored us with a special song appropriate fof Mother's Day, "the Charch by the Side of the Road." Me was accompanied at the piano by Miss Gilbert. The fourth group of the plc- ufes will be shown next Sunday »veniag. Three of the most interesting of this gfoup of slides are WWUU«*J *MV M4U& •»!• *>UQ AWfc*lVU*Dfc Sunday school OA Mother's bat. Pant Winiam Ralnbo* sang a solo and Etrntee Isaaeso* played a piano solo. Ail were enjoyed y*rj> much. Mand D*«Ihg Edmondson tis- Ited her sistef, Mrs. Itan Fisher, at Macedonia Satftftfay. Df. and Mrs. Cnfran of Oakland visited the fatter* mother, Mrs. 8. M. Woods, Sunday. Roy Fttrrtngton who has been quite ill With bronchial pneumonia at his home In Carson is reported better. Sandy Walker and Wife of Malvern were visiting In this tlcinity Wednesday. Grandma Farrlngton who spent the winter with her son, Otta, and family bits gone to Carson to stay with he* daughter, Mrs. Cora Maynes. Lenora Simmons returned Thttfsday from a stay in Carson. Mrs. Marie Jones and son, bel- maf, spent the week end with her brother, baa Perking. and Miss Aleta Bayes, former pupils. Mrs. Molsberry Hi ti IH\JI II Ht ft, - — - _._. f, MfBiHi *TAI a i AUt^lOL/C* 1 g "Spanish Dance," by the first' was class sponsor for the students and second grade?. i in their sophomore and Junior "Man Who Found America," years. They presented her with SPECIAL" LOW RATES over Memorial Day Buiitngton 1 almost everywhere Raima trip tickets, at only three-tourtha of the one way fare will be on sale between all points on the Burlington and to many points on connecting roads throughout the western and southern states. Pates of Hale— May 26-30 Inc. Tickets good In coaches or chair cars. Hound trip tickets, at one fare plus 25 cents, good in sleeping cars upon payment of Pullman fare, will sUo be on sale to the same destinations for all trains May ?6-30 inclusive. *te4(M*loii in JU*H™ Wwat on both of Uckets, widuight June ?. " Triu 8? Preatdeut Roosevelt plftUB (a be preseat. Tike »dv»ntiie of these bargain fare* an* att*na tee opening day of the Worl4'» *'«lr — the aiott •pectaeular event of » UfeUwe. iu of one KJ d»y» ^ us Songs, by fifth and sixth grades, Instrumental trio by the Mar ins. Debate, eighth grade. Song, seventh and eighth rades. Instrumental duet, John Cuningham and Keith Molsberry. Piano solo, Thora Cunningam. Girls' quartet, four Junior rls. The Junior class entertained e seniors and teachers at Por- rs lake Wednesday evening, ay 10. The group roller skated itil time for the picnic supper, tter supper they went to the ow. "Luxury Liner." Most of were far from professional aters and suffered several hard Our school Janitor, Mr. Curtis, s found use for the old vacuum saner. He has rebuilt it Into an regard. It was a very enjoyable affair for all present. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pullman, Richard and Robert of Sidney, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Wederqvist and baby, Miss Jessie Gee, and Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Bass. Mrs. Zeno Bass and father, Adam Gipe, were transacting business in Malvern last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knop entertained at a fine family dinner Sunday, their guests being Mr. and Mrs. Herman Knop and daughters, Delia, Lucile, Darlene, ttola, Vanda, and Lola, Mr. and 'Irs. Oscar Leu and daughters, Esther, Leona, Margaret, and Elizabeth, Miss Ruth Bryan, and Carl Selpold ^and ion.^ Albert. and Mrs. Guy Martin wereBnop! 1 Ping in Red Oak Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kimaey of took chan handled it The Inn Rev. Laur Methodist Wright th< welcome o in a very left no doti Class of come. This Miss Jeann graduates, manner. \ billed to class" and unable to 1 gave a lltt future alon dation tor excellent cl Paul Ra Simpson co obliged 'to core. He wa ginia Harbc dent and a " ——...*.. >i u*\>u AD *o* y c*i*** cient. It takes the place ot a regular vacuum eraser duster that would cost several dollars. The portion of the vacuum cleaner which he used was the motor and he put one foot of two Inch gas pipe out from the motor and fastened & "T" Joint on here. The "T" Joint was sawed in half making a place to hold the eraser over for the vacuum to pull dust from it. Strahan Church Notes We had an exceptionally fine day at Climax last Sunday in our Rural Life service. Remember we nave our Rural Life program at Strahan next Sunday, the service beginning promptly at 10:30, We are wanting all to Join us in the basket dinner at noon. There will be special music in each service. We will have an Interesting speaker for the morning hour and the Hon. Chas E Swanson of Council Bluffs win speak at 2 p. m. Help us make this a great day for the church and community by Joining us Jn this service. J- A. e. Cunningham, pastor. I Mr, and Mrs, Chas. Kayton were gueata Sunday of their relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carey and Mr. and Mrs. Gleu Carley, near Carson t P rTn- ter Liiu an , Arthur Bradley and sister, Mlu I nez> were SUenan- shoppers Saturday „ an <J Mrs. J. w. Mayfleld and two boys of Tabor and Mrs Scott irvin were dinner guests Saturday at the home oj Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Baas. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nagel, Clar^ , l an Mr ' •»« Mrs. Steele were Strahan folks who were Shenandoah Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. and «r«f* Shenandoah were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Achenbach. Milton Henderson autoed to Indianola to spend the week end. Miss Taylor went to Emerson Friday evening, returning Sunday to attend the breakfast at the home of Supt. and Mrs. Molsberry. Mr. and Mrs. Esgar Walker of Creston were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Laughlin and two children, Mrs. Dale Laughlin and two boys were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Laugblln. Mr. and Mrs, perry Bayes went to Hastings Sunday to assist in moving the household effects of their children, Mr, and Mrs. Law. rence Reed, who have been trans* ferred to Qlenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Pettlgrew returned Wednesday from Missouri where they went on business. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson came down from Des Moines the last of the week and are spending a week's vacation with their respective parents, the Newejls and Wilsons. Incidentally they are taking in commencement week activities in the Straban school, from which both are graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wadjrtev, Marvel and Joan drove down from Early Sunday morning to Tlslt in the Fred Newell home. Mr. Wadsley and Marvel returned the 8»nj* evening but Mrs, Wadgley and Joan remained for a week's visit. One way to find contentment U to realise that you flon't half the things you thought needed back In Probate N ° W <"» ot May, io, , 1839, an Instrument In writing . of George A. Pifttt, , ceaaad, is filed in the office of tfee ?£$$ tae Rj»>rt«* Oftwt, te tor MilU county, tor U tpnaarliw to th. i» uece«*ry and b cerned that but on* SJ «. of ««W viU n, u borne mthtr, Mr*. O»M. sing led by Miss _ usual capable manner that put everyone at ease and in good humor. The president of the association. Mrs. Lalla Harbor, then introduced Mrs. Jessie Goss who >ok Charge of the program and andled it efficiently and well. The Invocation was given by en D. Thomas of the church. Miss Sylvia 1033 as to their wel- V, P. Wortman was give "advice to the and expressed himself as o lire up to the topic but little advice as to their Rainbow, a student In a and a Henderson r> -JE^^ r * !( * l *~'' rtttl i lennsWgtnhat h« wa« «*- — -— *•••• HVB f **»0W *» aj*Mtjyr0WU BfcW dent and an alumnus of the local high school. A play, "Corn Fed Babies," a lively little comedy, was then presented by a number of the alumni with Supt. Rex Dory assisting. The characters were taken by Mr. Dory. Mr. and Mrs, C. E. Wilson, Miss Nellie Wilson, and Miss Elaine Small. It was well presented, The last number of the program was a vocal duet, given in a very pleasing manner by Ida and Alta Slmmonds. They also were heartily encored. Following the program the room was cleared for a few minutes and was quickly filled with small square tables, daintily spread and set for four each. The guests and alumni were quickly seated at these and were then served a delightful little luncheon of chicken sandwiches, angel food cake, fruit sherbet, and coffee, Jolly pep songs and repartee were given during the serving of the luncheon and ?Pf some time following as the guests sat at the tables, completing an evening full to the brim with good, whole. some enjoyment. The graduates or new members of the alumni are; Jean E. Creamer, Dale Harris, Herbert Jones, Mllle Pauline KJellberg. Mwine Leu, Ura Jewjnetie. lather, and Alta |, SjBunonds. Bill Brown and »o», Qlea 4 an4 daughter, Hawl, vUUed nd Jonathan,' . Revenge in Death. Last Tuesday evening the Christian Endeavor held a busi* ! ness meeting in the church basement. We were pleased to hate Doris Triplett become a member of our Society at that time, our guests for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Farrington, Mrs. Wright, and Miss Dorothy Poore. After the business meeting a lunch consisting of meat sandwiches, potato salad, cookies, and coffee was served by Marian Brown and Reign Byers. After this meeting the young people motored to the Roy Majors home where they had a charivari for two of their number, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Majors. Sunday evening we had an Interesting Endeavor discussion on the topic, "Overcoming Prob- - lems In the Rome." Next Sunday evening Earl Frltcher Is our leader on the subject, "What Parts Wlthout Alpha A. Wright, pastor. Dr. DeWitt of Macedonia was a visitor in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Williams, Mrs. pearl Mercer and children, and Margaret Harbor were Coun- M~~ji~"Z. .-r^rted better' and friend* hop* (be continues to |»prove. Mrs, Orlo Harris treated the members of the Christian Ladles' Aid Society to a cake Wednesday n honor of her birthday. Over and brother and wife of Red Oak. Bobbie Morris, a nephew of Mrs. A. J. Harbor and Mrs. C. A, Wight, graduated from the eighth grade in the Wales school last week. Mrs. Donald Pickel and children of Lincoln have been visiting relatives here the past week. It is reported the free movies will start Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kohl- sheen of Litchfleld, Nebr. have been visiting her sister, Mrs. Mina LaHue, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Opperly of Council Bluffs visited 'Mrs. Perkins here Friday. Paul William Rainbow, Edna Clark, Pauline Sowers, and Virginia Harbor returned to Indlan- ola Sunday after spending the week end with their parents. Arlene Harbor went with them for a weeks visit. Mrs. J. c. Goss who is secretary of the Methodist Ladles' Aid Society read some very Interesting clippings Thursday that had been sent by Mrs, Ev» Craig of California in regard to the recent earthquake there. There will be an Epwortb League convention held at Red Oak next Sunday. The young people of the community are invited, ^/Ti WVjnjWMvwtJl'' b« one ot the speakers. rrj%;'.-r < if A rattlesnake appeared recently at fashionable Revere Beach near Boston. How do they get that way on 3,2 per cent? When a man's throat has become inured to 100 proof wood 4 6ft? plan tat attending the world** fair will tak* an the worry out ot the trip. 4 tott will knotr be* rote yon start Just where you are goiftf. Ifoa wilt know exactly what the trip will cost. Chicago's tfftfflc will be entirely avoided, there wilt be parking for your ear. Clean, comfortable living quartern trill be provided. Excel tent meals will be served. A lecture each momlng on "low to See the Fair" will guide you in obtaining all the eduiitlonal benefits ot thu great Century of Progress exposition. The one-fee membership price, $34.95, guarantees vou all these facilities, M fir Mi it Hilt »H •**•* 0MM* Off Pb». The, Malvern Leader alcohol, it is difficult to get him Interested In decimal point beer. , in Rivertoa Stttt4»r- Scott Sheehan «a4 family en, Joyed a visit Suwjay (|0» frlMdj Bear VillUca. Luella Vinton MM} Mr. and, Mrs. Hugh McSweajwy wfca b»v« been living in a najf| of the Ms* Sweeney utore b«M4lM «» BMt winter moved Mqtnday ioto ttt*if hone. r Re* Owis retujr»«4 TOwn** frp« a few d*y» stay In Ark*u, »M «R4 brought b#<* a f*w straw berries. Mr. and Mr». K«A bat do You Get for Your Money when you go to Beacon City? There's no question we hear oftener, or that we'd rather answer than just that In the briefest possible terms, this is what you get; 1, Healthy, comfortable lodging In summer cottejffs locate on one of the most delightful country clubs of Chicago area, 3, Three good meals a day, one of them Jn a cafe at the Fair, 3. Free car parking time, your oar at any the resreatioo facilities of the

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