The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 1, 1933 · Page 7
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^^BBS^^^^— ' ' " ^^^^SSSS HASTIN Wffi MALVfctt* LEADER, MAtVtft^, tCWA, lUgi I, MB PAGE §tV£M • lhJlr4^u*a^j^g^C^& W ••Jfc-Jlil lUHF ttA I IfICIIHI118.1 Uay TT«S t lltttrg M "'jjlfc • ft V VB^fc j^a&j^L^fa&M J^^jk i^9£2MK^9 JB'tti& v/iwcrv6u on ouncuty Mr and Mrs. Ralph Hatl celebrated ttr«f ftttB ir eddteg anniversary, »r wWiieft w»«di*g, »t rtelf pTe*«a«l fco«rt Jmrt east of tnwtt last Strnday. the Immediate relatives of Mr. and Mrs, Hall, to the number of a doten, cane in to help thein. At tfoon s bountiful dinner was served cafeteria style and the afternoon was pleasantly spent visiting and in a general rood time. A ftnafeet of nice and nsefnt presents in wood were brought them. Will Viitt Century of Expedition Mrs. Pfed PlflMt and btolher, 0 S. Hntchlngs left Saturday morning in the Hntchings car tor Hammond, Ind., where they were joined by Miss Doris Priest and together they visited Chicago and the Century of Progress Exposition. they will return by way of Des Molnes and Doris will accompany them. She has just finished another year's teaching in the Hammond schools and has been reeiected for another year. Memorial at North Grove Memorial services, in charge ot the Women's Relief Corps ot Emerson were held out at the North Grove cemetery last Sunday afternoon and proved very interest* ing. the girls glee club from Hastings and the martial band from Emerson assisted in the program and Rev. Joseph F. Bttlle gave the address. Rev. Wtttey «rtl«g **rmon at tfc* Bnftdty morning. Mr. Kiptey WM enable to fee here so Mr, Thorn*« tnt>ttltet«d tor bin. Oor Epwoftb Ix*g«« tr « ,rurt- for danola aianout young people of oar Tb* annual Memorial Day Mrvte«t wet* held at the ehnte* ftanday afternoon. On Secotrtrt of tfc* threatening weather not fntte R» many attended as tome fears was a good attendance. and feeing practically alii I day, placing flowers in the cette-' i twy, and It looked very beautiful « held j with so many lovely flowers ot EMERSON Sixteen Graduate* Received Diploma* May IS* felw«t A. A cabinet meeting will toesday evening at <i<s cb«rcb at j raH«d colors S o'clock. 1 there were about thirty-nti for the basket dinner at tf**tiflf» Tennis Cldb Getting Ready for May tbe young p«opl« of the Ha«ting* tennis club were b«y «>«• forepart of the we*k putting the tennis court, back of the Christie Barber shop, In condition for play again. They cleaned It up, smoothed the ground and marked it off and are already enjoying good practice games again. They have some good players In the group. the noon hour which was ait enjoyable pan of the program ot Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Young and son Roger drove In from Rochester, Minn., last Saturday tor an over Decoration Day visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Young and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Gordon Rockaf ellow came In last week from New York City for an extensive visit with the Ray Oranteer and Frank Rockafellow families. Mr. Rockafellow Is expected later for a short visit. B. H. Plburn was able to be brought home from the Edmundson hospital in Council Bluffs the last of the week and seems to be improving nicely. Mrs. Harriet Godwin came In ; from Omaha the last of the week |or an over Sunday visit with stings friends, She also visited ^returning ' past we<?k his grandparents, Mr, and re, N. W, Colllngfl. Miss Mildred Allely of Ran: dolph visited her cousin, Frieda Fellows, Friday, Mrs. R. L. Christie and children and Miss Edith Viner were 'Malvern visitors Friday. Mrs, W, D. Llnthicum and son, Jim, and Mrs. R, F, Crawford au- toed to Red Oak Thursday, Mrs, Fred Priest, Mrs. Ullie Dlxon and granddaughter, Lillian Crawford, and Miss June Christie autoed to Olenwopd Wednesday, Mrs, George Nebpltt visited relatives in Qlenwood a few days last week, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Walker and daughter, Marjorle Jean, J(m Ord, Miss Marguerite Edie and Vanita Ord of Nebraska returned home Saturday to spend the week end with their parents. Mrs. • Everett Purcejl and daughter. Mrs, Evelyn Read, were Malvern visitors Saturday, Miss thejn&tt Crawford, assisted Mrs, Fern Kepple with her house work a few days last week. Mrs. otba p, Wearin autoed to Council Bluffs to tbe Jennie Ed* mundsoB hQBpltal Friday where she visited Joe Wearln. At tbe latest reports he is about the same, Miss Mae Priest Of South Omahft visited s few days in the hom,e/o| Mr, a»4 Mra, Bea Har.. oft }a&t -see^, parka and family of vjatti94 Sunday in the Clarence switb, borne. Mr, Wfi Mrs. H. p, Bea and Mr, and, Mrs. Carson of EBse* vis-> Jte4 Bfttarflfty ^vsnjsi in the A. H. Cr»wfor4 home, girte Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Christie and children, Ardith, Dick, and Kieth, ot Shenandoah visited Sunday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hanscom. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fellows and baby of tabor visited Sunday in he home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fellows. Miss Frieda Sbaul ot Strahan was a visitor in town Saturday. Franklin Nlday of Olenwood visited a few days last week in the A. V. Clltes home. thelma Scott visited Sunday with her cousin, Miss Marguerite Edie. Floyd Owens and family visited their daughter, Mrs. Harold Scott, Sunday. Walter Hunt and family auto* ed to Red Oak Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schurr and daughter, Ruth Jean, visited n the W. J. Olttens home near Oakland last Sunday. Mrs. W. D. Llntbicum and Jim visited in the Less Dawson home at Riverton Sunday. Mrs. John trybom, Mrs. Redman, and Mrs. Herman Schurr and daughter, Ruth Jean, autoed :o Council Bluffs and Omaha Monday. Mrs. R. F. Crawford, Evelyn and William were Malvern visitors Monday. Mrs. Oeo. Schurr and family and Mina and Leora Christie i toed tp Qlenwood Monday. * tbe Garden :o}ub>memb«r«s tertained their husbands at ft party held in tbe home of Mrs. B. H. Dalzell Tuesday evening, tbe evening was spent playing cards. AU reported a nice time. afternoon with the singing of by tbe audience. Prayer by Rev. Parker. Bong by children. Read- Ing, Isabel Bird. Solo, Rev. Parker. Offering. Address, Rev. H, O. Parker of Missouri Vattey. the address was one of the best ever given here and much enjoyed and appreciated by the audience, the closing song by the audience was Battle Hymn ot the Republic. then came the march across to> the cemetery witb the children] the Emerson* ntfcfi school gym- well fttied lai exercises of the high school. Sixteen of our fine young people — eleven fttls and five boys — were fcrsinted their dlplo- teas at this ttffie following an Interesting progrant. the commencement address Was given by a fofmer graduate ot the schools, Elmer A. Ban, wbo received his diploma from the school jnst twenty-seven years ago. He gave a fine address, full of excellent thoughts garnered from his year* *of experience since graduating, and good whole some advice tot the present class. the list ot graduates was given in our Issue of twd weeks ago. Eighth Gr*d« Gave Program School closed here Friday afternoon with a program at the bearing flaw and flowera to bel n| K n « n0dt »«»«««» ErB*r**i Loti to Mitt The tftt game of the season was played on the home grounds last Sunday %f Efl»r«ott and the Mm Grove ban team. It Was a eTo*ely contested fame all the way through but the visitors finally nosed otvt a victory by a score of S to 2. Thl* is the second game tost to this team as they beat Emerson on the Mill Grove diamond a couple ot weeks ago. Emerson will play Malvern next Sunday on the Emerson diamond. Mr*. Myrtle S*id fried Hi California Word has bwrt received here this We%t of the death of Mrs. Myrtle 8a»d tbelm -at her home to California. May 14. No nartten- tert were given. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Abel were Omaha Visitors Thursday. Mrs. V. R. Johnson was a visitor In Council Bluffs Thursday. Miss Mary Ann Rlpley returned Friday evening from Clarion where she taught in the schools the past year. Billy met her In Harian. Howard Goodman came Saturday to visit his mother, Mrs. Russell Snow. Howard is in the U. 8. Navy and is here on furlough. Miss Ruby Davis left Friday for her home near Olenwood. Ruby is a daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Joe Davis and completed her junior year in the Emerson high school. ' " came and Mrs. Guy Parker ot Stiver City, M. H. Latchaw, and Mary Henderson, then sang "Just Before tbe Battle Mother," and Rev. tlon. It was interesting to watch friends greeting each other, some who bad not met since this same occasion last year and others who had not met for a much longer time. Among those attending from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Whltesldes and Dwlght of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Darland, Farragut, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Sell, Russel and Freda, Perclval, Mr. and Mrs. tudor and twin children, Imogene, Mr, and Mrs. Brandt, Mrs. Oeo. Schoening and two children, Silver City, Mr. and Mrs. John Hanson and Edna, Council Bluffs, Miss Beatrice Nolson, St. Edwards, Nebr., Mrs. Winnie Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Oeo, Brower, Mr, and Mrs. R. O. Mayberry and Vera, Mr, and Mrs. R, D. Adams and Keith, Olenwood. Several others were present also from Silver City and Malvern. Violet Edie was with an average of 93.7%. Georgia Hatfleld, Maxlne Shaw, Wl- nona Edie, and Dorothy Shook al- Rev. and. Mrs, "ifeWi H. 9. Barker EAST LIBERTY Mrs, W, H. Clay and daughters, Mildred and Fern, were Shenandoah visitors Friday. Norma McCollister from near Straban has been spending the past two weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Haines. Charlotte Bacon ot Council Bluffs has been a guest the past week of her cousin, Sarah Ruse. Regular services at the church Sunday morning. Preaching at 10 o'clock, Cburcb school at H, M. H. Latchaw sent a truck load of bogs to tbe South Omaha markets Monday. Mrs. Dorothy Lewis was down from Omaha Sunday morning and placed flowers on tbe graves of relatives Testing in tbe East Liberty cemetery, Mr. and Mrs, MuH Bird and children and, Mr. and Mrs. Russe) Bird and children of Glenwood were Sunday visitors In the home of their parents, Mr, and Mrs, A. B, Bird. Ladies' Aid meeting aad gram will be held at tbe church Wednesday afternoon, June 7. invited. urday evening and were over night guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. t. E, McClure, Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Rtroel and two little daughters wbo were called here by the illness of bis father, left Friday for their home in Chicago. Latest reports from 0. W. R|« mel in the Edmundson hospital are that he has improved somewhat tbe last few days and Is resting more comfortably. top. Clyde Smith was master ot ceremonies. At tbe close Coach Clyde E. Rldenour was called to the front of the room and presented witb a coach's letter B by the basketball boys. this closed another successful year of the Emerson public school under the direction ot Supt. B. H. Paxson and his corps of efficient teachers. Misses Jeanette Carson and Marjorle taylor left Sunday morning for Chicago, III. where they will spend several weeks and attend the Century of Progress Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shook motored to Lincoln, Nebr. Thursday where Mrs. Shook is taking medl cat treatment, Mrs. Walter elites accompanied them to Lincoln, going from there to Seward, Nebr. to visit her parents. Rev, and .Mrs. L. E. Rlpley Mt*s Doris McDowell of Lincoln st»«nt finnday with her mother, Jirs. Clara McDowell. Mm. May Gallaway of Ofnftha spent Thursday with her sinter. Mrs. Rnssell Snow. Kellenbarger home. Mrs. Leona Pickrel and family went to Omaha Saturday to visit relatives. Floyd Gibson returned Saturday evening from Iowa City to spend a few days vacation with home folks. Floyd is a student at tbe University of Iowa, J. W. Evans went to Wakefleld, Nebr. Saturday to visit hi* mother, Mrs. F. O. Hllder. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Paxson took the senior class to Omaha Monday for a sight-seeing trip. John Carson, Paul Carson, K. A. Evans, and John L. Evans attended the Southwest Iowa Bankers meeting In Council Bluffs Friday. Ernest Drahelm returned the first of last week from Chicago where be spent several weeks witb relatives. Mrs. Clyde Rboads of Olen- wood and daughter, Mrs, Leslie Noble, and son, Leslie Jr., of Beatrice, Nebr., visited here thurs- day in the Caroline Rboads and E. B. Birdsall homes. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Johnson ot Valley, Nebr. spent Sunday bere witb her parents, Mr. and iMs**S Mr*. L. L. Scott went to rell. Nebr. Saturday to spend a Week with her brother, Will Price. Mrn. Iva Patterson of Council Bluffs spent the Week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Salmons. Mrs. Sarah Ungry returned Saturday from Sidney where she had spent two weeks with her daughters. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Short and Mrs. Fannie Crofton and son, Richard, went to Sioux City Sat* urday to visit relatives. Mrs. Crofton remained for a longer visit. Clifford Peterson is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Peterson, east of town. Clifford has been coach in the Elliott school tor the past five years but has accepted the position of superintendent at Shannon City next fall. School closed here Friday. Miss Jeanne Coppage returned to her home at Btanton; Clyde E. RIde- nour to his home at Klngsley, and Frank J. Shaw to Odebolt. The other teachers will remain here for the time being. Miss Virginia Ransom is sick at the homo of her sister, Mrs. Mary McGttl. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Ballaln drove down to Essex Monday on a business mission. Chicago Traveler Thought Country Road State Street Last Friday Lee Adams of north of Malvern had an unusual visitor. A negro, the man giving bis name as Martin Bunch, seemed contused as to his surroundings, told Mr. Adams that the road by bis place was State street ot Chicago and called the Adams barn the Tribune tower. Mr. Adams summoned Deputy Sheriff Jake Frailer who took tbe man to Glenwood where be was deemed mentally Incompetent. Shortly preparation were started for returning him to bis familiar surroundings in Chicago. An ad a week gets tbe results iiiRf Aid! Bti»irie*» Revival NSW YORK.—Aggre«tv» con- cernt are expanding botfaeM by effective advertising despite depressed business condition*, •«• cured A. W. tHIler, advertising counsel, at a bankers' conference' here recently. "Is mi * good year in wWeb. to fedverttae?" Mr. Dtller asked. *Tea. It 1933 ie a good year to Stay in business, to reinforce th* public'* confidence in yon, to put tnor* business on the books. There is new business to be had today and affret- stVe companies are getting It. But new business will come In only it yon go ont for It. Advertising certainly goes out for it "Will people read newspaper advertisements these days? they Will read anything that Interests them, there are plenty ot present-day arguments tor business. Instead of asking How often should newspaper advertising appear,' it would be better to ask 'How often is it wise these days to neglect contacts with possible customers T' "Advertising men are being pressed to cut down advertising expenditures and use small newspaper •pace, too short copy often degenerates Into a mere reminder that you ate still on earth. Cat down your talk to a man to a mere 'bow do you do* and 'goodbye* and you won't get very tar with him. tbe best advertisements are those which guide the reader. You can't get much guidance In a small advertisement. Newspaper ndverttfttng caa warm up the rp"- 1 - t '"«»ub he Is not an immediate prospect" It we get too much Inflation, Instead ot having a chicken in every pot we may find a toy balloon In every safety deposit box. LOST 40 POUNDS ON DOCTOR'S ADVICE "I'm n of Knmclipn BalU n» n reducing rcltunly and can nny they are fine, llavo loot inortt than 40 HM. in tlio past year. Am Krodtially reducing M my doctor advise*." RUSH Itartlm Waldo, Hainan, N. Dak. (Oct. 80, '82), Once a day take Kruscbon Salts — one halt teaspoontul 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 — sparkling eyes, A jar that lasts 4 weeks costs but a trifle at any drugstore in tbe world — but demand and get Kruschen and if one bottle doesn't Joyfully please you — money back. , «dv. Qrove Memorial program last fiundajf afternQOp: Thel»». a,, »a4 fiyejyn Orawfoj'd, lIHes Mr, and Mrs. John Hanson and daughter, Edna, from near Council g)uff« were dlimer guests Sunday in tbe C, M. Nelson Houje. Keep in wta4 tbe (Jate of tbe (oe cream, and strawberry at tbe cburcb Thursday Jufie 8. Howe »n4e ic* Qewetery «»' nodal were Council ftay. pj St. 84 ** Will tWM4. tarn., mite UN bfggisr fw " Closing Events in the Rural Schools Nearly all the rural schools in Mills county have finished their work for tbe year and all report well - attended and enthusiastic picnic. Some were held at noon and some in the evening. Hills* dale bad a track meet in tbe morning, a picnic at noon, and a program of school work in the afternoon, Silver Creek, a school with only nine pupils, bad thirty* eight present for tbe closing pic- nto. Sand Hollow school gave a last day program to a packed house on Thursday evening. Pleasant Hill school and P, T. Abad a last meeting together. tbe following pupils have turned in book reports; Fpxwortbv: Jean Herrick. Excelsior; Frances pegoU (second grade), Herbert Freeman Gail V, PeQolt, an4 Mabel Laws, Tbe following pupils have bad 100 perfect spelling lessoas: Pacific City: Mary Jane Moore, Dana Lse Baker, Wilma Rboades, Delrno Karr, Margaret Adams. Wendell Fein, Janice, Yiaton, and. Betty Harbour. Wesrin: petty and Baden, Margaret Robbing, Roberta, Moore. Silver Creek eobaql has a. eplen, 414 record Jo punctuality this year for they report no cases p| May 22, 1933 _ that I may claim to be the f rat FordDealer, qar s, but sold thei and frequently delivered them "irtve away" la not new; often I have dr ven oars I not only Detroit to a - now found everywhere in the world, anj Tbe foUowln* pupils, have bees jr absent Rft r tardy tor tbe t*Wl04 el Mfeftt)}; Sat BWftr: Bafeert 8»«»ri, Pacific City: Margaret T.tnanln- Brnfttt Lin.CQ.ln. .11" ~"'~~ J^vL - _*"J l W'Wiw •W^£WWmft_ *M , seU

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