The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 1, 1933 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, June 1, 1933
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rouft LOCAL NEWS OP tlffi WEEK m MALVERN Tow ftttnds wffi appreciate having th*tt -Halt* mtnttoMd to t&tM coinmna, Fhonft ioe. Keith Molsberry and 'Wayn Nfms. two erf our bright yonn men from Strahan, were In town Saturday and inade our office > friendly call and watened th •wheels of the linotype go 'round awhile. Jt. Qny Martin of Delolt wa In town for a brief visit one day last week and inade us an appreciated call. A few years ago Mr Martin was in charge of the bank at Strahan and at that time did sotae writing for The Leader, John Rttnel came lit from Wayne, Nebr. last Week called by the serious illness of his brother, George, and remained for a few days visit. t>r. 0. W. Rlinel drove up from Bedford Friday to see his father, George Riinel, in the Edmundson hospital and stopped for a short visit with Dr. 1. U. Parsons. Mrs. Carrie Van Orsdel and Miss Hazel Conner drove to Council Bluffs Wednesday to visit Joe Wearin in the Edmundson hospital. James Durbln and son, Frank, from southwest of Emerson were in town Saturday. Dr. M. It. McCluskey of Glen* •wood was in town Wednesday evening interviewing some of our business men in regard to the coming Farmers, Merchants, Bankers banquet to be held in! Glenwood tomorrow, Friday, eve-j fiing. I i 1 . R. Ellison of fimerson and son, Durward. of Osford were in town Monday and made our office a pleasant call. Dnrward is now in business for hiinselt at Oiford where he has the Ford agency and a garage business. He and his wife and little daughter, Arleta, drove down Saturday for a week-end visit with his parents and he came over here for a | short visit. The Ellisons lived i here a number of years ago and Dnrward attended school in Mai- vern. Mr. and Mrs. Horton Beam drove to Riverton Sunday morning for memorial services and a visit with relatives In the old home town. Mrs. M. P. Nixon came in from Chicago Friday to visit over Decoration Day with her sister, > *rfc» State! WfttftM viBftef Saturday nfght and Sunday *e*f tabor with her parents, Sirs. W. ft. f hettas o* Staffs came down Tuesday morning to attend the iJecoratfon Day services here. Otrte Smith and falnfly 4*0*4 down frotn Council Blots faes* day to attend Memorial services Hr. iftt ttrl. Clifford Afttrope of OmahA spent Oecoratfon Day wfth frlewdt tit HalveiB. Mrs. Walter Atstroft a*d Mrs. C. 6. friends. Mr. Royce, and Nixon came other in in ime here. to spend Decoration Day Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McClymond here. Mrs. Jessie Smith and daughter, tCatheryn, and Mrs. 1. F. Duerr and daughter. Mrs. Eleanor Btythe, and little son drove down from Council Bluffs Tnes- day morning and attended Memorial services in Maivern. Mr. and Mrs. Fred tnbbs drove In from their home out near Lincoln Tuesday to attend the Me- inoriai services here and visit old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Babbitt and Mr. and Mrs. Al Greeson of Lewis were here Tuesday attending the Memorial services. Charles Dice of Omaha came down Tuesday morning to attend the Memorial services and place flowers on the graves of his parents who are buried here. Charles makes this pilgrimage each year at this time, in fact, he said that last year was the only time he had missed coming since he left here some thirty years ago. Dr. and Mrs. A. 8. Dice of and Mrs. L. C. Miller drove to I Clear Lake and his mother, Mrs. ^acona Friday to attend commencement that evening. Their on, Don McClymond, is superin- endent of schools at Lacona. From there' they went to Knox- Ille and Islts. Des Molnes for short Rev. L. E. Ripley, pastor of the Emerson and Hastings M. E. churches and the publicity committee of also chairman of and organization the dry organization for the coming election, was in town Saturday looking after some matters pertaining to the set up. A gentleman was in to see us a few days ago and made the following remark: "I was for the beer law and think that we ought to be satisfied with that." I would sure hate to see the "repeal bill" passed and the prohibition amendment rejected. For, if hard liquor were to come in as beer has, with no further restrictions, it would be just too bad. Life on the highways would be terribly risky if drivers could stop and fill up on hard liquor jost Anywhere." And we believe be : Just about right. Irving Fisher from northeast of Hastings was in town Saturday and made our office a brief call. Mr. Fisher has been having quite a tussle with rheumatism the past few months but Is able to get around again. He said his corn was coming fine and tbat they had started plowing It the first time and had about twenty acres culivated already. Mrs. Jennie Stronl came home Sunday from a mouth's visit In Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kunce, Mrs. R. W. Mansfield and children, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McCausland and son, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Anderson, Thomas and Gretchen GIdley and Billle McNulty drove to Newton Saturday afternoon to spend Sunday in the Amos Paul- tin home. Mrs. Samuel Masters went to Lincoln, Nebr. Saturday afternoon for a visit with her son, Robert, and her grandson, Eugene Masters, and family. Mrs. Edna Harvey came down from Omaha last week for a visit at the parental W. W. Tunnlson home. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Davis of the City Meat market are moving this week from the Walter Smith residence on Marian avenue to Miss Amy Stevenson's residence on Third street. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell and daughter, Joyce Ann, motored to Fairfleld Friday afternoon to visit the former's )irc4i|er«,WJU CampbeU. Mrs. CaropbeU daughter remained for'a week's visit. Mr. Campbell returned home Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs, George Weder- qulst and Mr. and Mrs, H. O. Alley attended a social affair Saturday evening at the W. T. Summers home near Randolph. Mr. and Mrs, Marion Wise and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ralne were business visitors in Omaha Friday afternoon. ••( Leah Dice, of Creston were here Monday looking after the decora* tlon of graves of their relatives in the Maivern cemetery and made a short visit with Maivern friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kunce drove to Villisca Tuesday to attend Memorial services. E. W. "Curley" Coontz writes us that he has moved his horses to North Platte, Nebr. where he expects to stay until after the "Roundup" when he expects to come back to Sidney for the big .show there. He said that he was at Riverside park, Kansas City, May 27, where he won one race with a colt called "The First." His post office address is Ringgold, Nebr. Miss Margaret Wearin and Miss Eleanore Gregory of Tabor arrived home yesterday from Fulton, Mo. where they have been attending the William-Woods junior college for women the past year. Mrs. Dwlgbt Nickols and daughters, Shirley and Beverly Jean, and her mother, Mrs. H. O. Bateman, of Shenandoab drove up Tuesday afternoon and visited Mrs. Zelma Fletcher. .Mr, and .Mrs. Raymond rJ Omaha with Mr, and Mrs, Charles Mr8 - W. W, Aistrope, who has >een with her mother, Mrs, Isaac Crlawell. Jlggs, Katzenjammers, Popeye, Nebbs, Barney Google, Toots and Casper, Sklppy, Sappo, Blondie, Toonerville, Mickey Mouse, and all the really popular comics are now found only In the Sunday BEE-NEWS. adv. 46tf. Mr .and Mrs. Robert Danley and two sons drove In Saturday evening from PeWltt, Nebr. and visited old Maivern friends awhile and then drove on out to Wesley Chapel where they visited over Memorial Sunday with the Ward Fickel's and other relatives and friends. 3 Quality Services for your CLOTHES Cleaning and day morning to spend Memorial Day with the Albert Nelson family, Mrs, John Wright, Hester Ann, and Pat came over from Glenwood Tuesday morning to spend the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Strahan. William Orr and daughter, Mrs. Kavanaugh, and two children, Tom and Katharine, of daughter, Mrs. Leonard Anderson, frtd Mfss Janet Swain Were Omaha vtsftoft Wednesday. Mr. tM Mrs. Albert Beffwoerd and Mrs. Abbte Bellwootf oi Omana spent Decoration Day Wfth relatives here. Frank Hatfield oi Red Oak Was among the Memorial Day visitors here. Mrs. Witt Milter has returned from a visit with relatives at Chadron, frebr. Miss Eves Whitfietd came the last of the Week from St. Paul, Minn., for a ftslt with her father, Mayor S. M. Whitfleld. Mis« Mildred Bwerdfegef of Omaha was the guest of W. R. Byingtoa In the D. E. Whitfietd home Decotatlon Day. Mr. and Mrs. Nets Nelson of St. Edwards, Nebr., came in last week to visit the tatter's mother, Mrs. Karl Hertz. Mrs. Nelson then went down to Savannah, Mo. for an examination at the hospital there. She proved to be getting along fine and in good health and they returned here for Decora* tlon Day, / Mrs. John Berrlgan and two daughters and Miss Carrie Wilson of Omaha and Mrs, Harry Wilson and son Jimmie of Council Bluffs drove down Tuesday morning and spent Memorial Day with Maivern friends. Mrs. Judge Reed and daughter, Mrs. Palmer, drove down from Council Bluffs Tuesday morning and were here for the Decoration Day program. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Savidge and two guests of Omaha drove down Tuesday morning and had dinner at the Maivern Tea room. Miss Harriet Seattle returned Friday from Iowa City where she has been attending the University of Iowa the past year and will spend her vacation at home. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Davlson came in from Iowa City Friday to visit over Decoration Day with Maivern relatives and friends. M. A. Chantry and son, Allen, of Omaha and his daughter, Mrs. Ethel Hurlbutt of tabor, were here Tuesday to attend the Memorial services and to visit old friends. W. S. Wolfe came down from Omaha last week to visit his son, Ed, and family and to spend Decoration Day here. Mrs. A. L. Wolfe of Glenwood attended Decoration Day services In Maivern. , ; . Bobby .and Dprts, Barkus """ LOCAL SPORTS Mfttftfif tfrw* Line* Up Team* Fdf Summer Play ol Dunn, and family, McFarland, at Los Angeles, Calif. eturned to Maivern Sunday. Miss Vivian Priest came in Saturday evening from Kearney, Nebr. where she taught the past ear and where she will teach again next year. She plans to at. end a six weeks term of summer school at tbe state teachers' college at Peru, Nebr, the fore part of the summer, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oglevie of Smerson were visiting In the P. S. Priest home Monday afternoon, Mrs. E. H. Benton, Mrs. J ere' Bluffs" Miss Jere, of Council Bluffs were Eighth Grade Class Given Certificates Fitting Program Presented Last Thursday for 1933 Claw uic«, jum unu ivainerme, oij _. .. ~ • ' Wayne. Nebr. came Monday and , * 1 « Msei1 . "embers of the were guests of Mr. and Mrs O el «htb grade of the junior high A. Strahan until yesterday. . BCb ° o1 ln Ma^ero finished their Mr. and Mrs. Roy Perdue, Alice 1 1***'* wj °'[ k laa i Thursday after- and Bernice of Council Bluffs'"" "* '"' drove down Tuesday morning and were guests of his mother, Mrs, Harry Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong of Randolph and Mrs. D. N, Godwin of Shenandoab came Friday for a visit with Mr, and Mrs, A. M, Armstrong and to attend the commencement program, their grandson, Arthur Armstrong, •»»» a member of the graduating class, Miss Leta Cristen of Council of guests Friday of Mrs. F. M, Ben- down to attend high school com- service work guaranteed to please, Have it 4o»e jularis Tailoring- All types of altering and tailoring. This service will make your clothes wear much longer, Storage- Storage in special vault for your winter coata. We clean and and store for$l, graduating exercises Friday night. Miss Armstrong's brother, Arthur, was one of the graduates, Frank Juelke made a business trip to otnaba Wednesday, Mrs. Hattie Lute of Tabor came up last Saturday for a v|au iu tbe Will mts borne and to attend «» baccalaureate service for tbe sen. ior class, Her sieee, Rutb k»4fc was a member of $be claw, gbe also came to, attewl tbe tlon exercises Friday ton, coming tbe Maivern mencejnent exercises held Friday evening. Miss Hazel oonner left Satur* day for Council Bluffs after a few weeks vl?U with relatives (n Mai- vern and vicinity, she win return to Chicago from there. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buttffiann and daughter, Margaret Ann, left Saturday morning for their ranch near Grant, Nebr. where they spend tbe summer. , .„ .„ Mr. and Mrs. E. g. Casea of Bordy noon and were given, at a special graduation program, their certifi* cates certifying that they were eligible to enter high school, the program bad been prepared by class members, Using their own talent, tbe grade bad a program of essays, readings, and music, Robert Mo- Cormiek gave » welcome to the guests attending. As do most classes this one. too, bad a will prepared and read by Annella Waller, Tbe class prophecy, based on present characteristics of members, was prepared by Ruth McCord and Georgia Marie HH* ton, Readings" were given by Katbryn Swain, and Roberts Ranne, On tbe musical part of tbe pro* Aft athletes and others of this commantty ate llnlhf up tot the summer kittenbatl sessions, the iSrst on* of which will he held this (thnrsday) evening. Fotif teams have been drawn up tentatively and others are expected to he formed *s more pltyeri afr* pear on the lot. Games will be played Monday and Thursday evenings At first, and oftenef as mote teams get into the circuit. Captains for the first four were named last week end are etpected to hate their teams ready for action when the schedule calls for play. No haphatard 'group the kitten- ball league has a full set of rules and officials all of which are ei* pected to keep the thing running without friction. Harold Slater has been listed as umpire in chief with Jake Frasier as assistant. Donald Millikan has been named as scorekeeper, Players need no suits for the game — excepting, of coarse, the 41& 1} L L. r«rted K«« Wott. 4 w «. In « »P«ctal ethtbttloB tMrtch, eo*ch W. ». Hlett of Mafte« defeated Coach Patnatn of the Omaha teats, c*e *i>. Town Baseballer* Swing Into Action Lose la Etiidtt Niae Play EftMSfiaa Hi«f* After a few i»facti<s* games Mo 1 consWefable tea» Wdrfcattts* Ma> tern's town baseball leata swtifii into action last Sunday when they met the Elliott nine on the faif grounds diamond. They lost to the visitors, 10 to ». With Herb Green In the bo*, the Msttefnlans played a fair brand of ball, but their loose defense enabled the Elliott clttb to keep the lead In scoring. Other* in the Matvefn lineup were Harry Zanders, less Phelps, Lloyd Landis, Gene Hoover, Lloyd MttlhOl* land, Frank Zanders, Linn Mullen, Felton Jones, Leonard An* derson. Managing the team this season is Harold Slater, assisted by Landis, Phelps, and 0. A. Johnson. They play Emerson next Sunday t. fftl*» *m b* no On* flat wch fctttti wffh to* caftdfen. I. A demonstration of saute of the work done fit the school win &tt Snnday morning, Jot* 16. Bauicr GA^oft/tiua* "•• v.ww«ow» *MW i . usual required habllaments, and at are prohibited from using shoes with cleats. Games will be played In tbe swimming pool park where the diamond has been prepared. In case of shortage of players, additional athletes will be drawn from those attending as needed. New teams should get together and be assigned positions as soon as possible. For the first night, Thursday, the Alt Stars will clash with the Merchants and on Monday evening the Firemen will meet the Boosters. The teams, captains and players: All Stars: Paul Hertz, captain, "Cotton" Fazel, Carl Paulson, Karl Hens, Bea McCord, Gilbert Good, Arthur McCullough, Clarence Heddlng, Clifford Mackey, E. C. Kincald. Merchants: L. R. Saar, captain, Leonard Anderson, Homer Jackson, Lloyd Landis, Russell Btg- gerstaff, Dale Dyke, Ira Mullen, Clinton Walker, "Shorty" Storer, "Sandy" Walker. Boosters; Edgar Perdew, captain, Chester Butts, • Clinton =Fa- Gerald Caldwell, Frank Zanders, Jake Blggerstaff. Firemen: C, A, Johnson, captain, Ellis Graves, Earl Pace, Oscar Hall, Devere Knight, Frank Austin, Ward Slothower, Gene Bell, Bernlce Jones, Tom GIdley. New* of the Churches Presbyterian Church Henry Dale White, Minister Sunday school at 10, Morning worship at 11. The theme of the morning worship Is "Christianity's Superlatives." The theme for the Union service is "Christ the Rock of Ages." Let us resort to the house of prayer that our souls may be refreshed and that we may find inspiration and strength on this first Lord's day in June. The Ladies' Social Union will meet this (Thursday) afternoon with Mrs. S. J, Anderson. Patter, Le* ftoy feobbftt Bible school at 10:30. At 11 & Children's Day grate Will be given by the Wary* feeglnliett, intermediate and Junior departments of tie Sunday school, this win be a cantata entitled "The foeeptfon" An offering will be taken to b« used in the vacation Church school. Vacation Chtnth School The Vacation Church school Witt Mart Monday morning, Jniie 6, at i d'ciaek. the school win close at 11. the age limit Will be any who attend the Junior or in* termedtate classes. Each child mast bring their own pencils, crayolas, mucilage, ruler, tablet, note books, and patnt An offering will be taken each day, Bring your church offering also. Union service at the M. B. chttteh in the evening, the Masons will attend this service. Or, White Drill speak. Children's Day Program this program will begin at 11 next Sunday, perhaps a little before. A cantata, "the Reception," will be given by the beginners, primary, junior, and interemedi- ate departments, who will impersonate the following characters: teacher, Pupils; Spirits of Children's Day; Sunbeams, Raindrops, Blossoms, Birds, Roses, trees, Grasses, Butterflies. Musical reading, Mary Ellta- beth Summers. An offering will be taken for the Vacation Church school. Methodist Episcopal Church Roy E. Gugeler, Pastor the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. B. E. Bayes this week Friday aft* ernoon. Mrs, Fred Durbln will be the leader, Services next Sunday will be as follows: Sunday school at 10 and Golfers Lose Rub Match to Omaha U. Playing on a neutral field. Mai- vern's Falrview Country club golf team lost a match with the Omaha University team Tuesday when the two groups met on the ted Oak golf course. Each team had won one match from the ther in preceding clashes earlier n the season. The score was T to 6, Caldwell was njedaltet of the. day with » 99, Against him waa paired one of the fattest of the ato players, one Howard WU* cox, whg took Wrdlei on the iMt wo boles to kill CaJdwell's pars, The scoring; Bob Aatties wan from Dale pyke, 3 to 0; WJlco* won from CaJdweJl, S t» D; Stanley P^pam end i. A, Kline Ue4 At ) to li 0. A, Poyer ' - gram Paul QaJijfeer played Margaret BuUmsnn plays*. aatf tbe junior Wfb eboru» atng two numbers, Abe Kavicb of tbe l*a<jer t payment store and two b i» law, Cay} JL^eeer and and Mrs. K. R. Cook and children ol Qlenwood were „ in towu Monday afternoon visit* t ing his mother, Mrs. A. E, Cook, and calling on other Carolyn remained for visit. Mr. and Mrs, J, R. flail att 4 Dr. and Mrs. The* W. GIdley drove to Qkoboji Saturday for «n over sauday V l»lt at tbe lake. R. W. "-- " •• Maivern Cleaners rlou» odlst church. The sermon "subject in the morning will be "Love and Bnvy," Remember tbat the union service next Sunday evening is giren over as a special service* for the Masons and Eastern Stars. Dr. Henry Dale White will preach. The Ladles' Circle wit) meet with Mrs. R. W. Balyers nest week Thursday afternoon. Our Daily Vacation Church school starts next Monday, We expect this to be a very high type school, There are several things to remember about this school. I, The school meets every day except , Saturday and Sup'day (Sunday school on Sunday) for two weeks from 9 to U:45 a, m,, ,8, Children and young' people i from about four years old up to • *• • •• mm v m JHEATERO M A LV ERN Friday & Saturday Buck Jones In "McKENNA OF THE MOUNTED" LdinJ ' Jack,Holt, J*y r Wray "THE WOMIN I STOLE 11 this picture just finished first run in Omaha. A guaranteed attraction. Added Shorts Adm, lOc and 26c Wednesday Jean Hersbolt, Stewart Erwln, Wynne Gibson in "CRIME OF THE CENTURY" Special Offer DURING THIS SALE ONLY A Sti of ONE MINUTE Drib Tikt FOR ONLY Miss* Catherine CaWwel), btgb priscjpaj, p*8*sate4 tb? used* WITH A V»lu« 110,00) seated them wUb/Uieir and fishing Mlas Nebr, came iaturday for Bttib McCord JteaaW a visit with Mrs. Abe Kavicb assist in tbe Leader store 4uring tbe atee&ce el Margaret Raftne Mr. Kavicb, VbO U ber Mrs, George gheJrbon of Mrs, Kenaetb B»a«4ts» ol au4 Mrs. Paul ififttt «l day JB tbe ». Q, Mrs, gheirben 4i» «i»tar of wa» called t» Tuesday by the vary »e- v*»t. Mr*. Eva Durbin wttb bw «»«, orvui«, 8ilu * 4ijr

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