The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 8, 1933 · Page 5
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PAGE SIX mam THfe MALVfcftfr jJAPHSr MALVfeft^ fOWA. JUK£ 8, ljBS_ EMERSON fimei-sott Fofttts Alumni Association Meet for Reunion, Vote to Make Permanent Organization Emerson. May 31. — On Monday evening. May 29, ft most enjoyable Katherlnft was held in the parlors of the M. E. church In Emerson. Tlnns for a reunion of the jrradnatinR (-lassos of 1917 and 191S have long been In the ma kin p. When word was received that Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Coe of Council Bluffs rnuld be present an Invitation was extended to the local members of the classes of 1919, 1920. 1921, and 1922. Thus those who had spent from nne to four years under the train- fnK of Siipt. E. E. Coe were present to enjoy this delightful occasion. At 8 o'clock the ladles of the M. E. Aid Society served the thirty-six present to B most dell- Alt of Home for Reunion The home of Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Ripley was the scene of a happy family reunion last Thursday and Thursday night when all of the Rtpley children were at home at once for the first time in several years. Mary Is here from Clarion where she has taught the past year, Mrs. D. F. Simmons and two children came from Beaver City. K'ebr., Mrs. W. A. Martin and three children from Shenandoah, and Dayton came down from Sioux City. With Billie already at home this completed the family circle and they sure had a good time together. . It it Wet, Sitttr-dlftt, The Emerson Women's Rettet Corps So. 214, Auxiliary to tne Grand Army of the Republic, met fn regular session Satarday, Jane 3. Fott6*frtg the rftoal work of the Corps a pot luck luncheon was served by the birthday committee: JVellfe Barton. Ethel Crawford, Mable Ward, and Edna Grayson. M. fe, Ga*»ft Violet B. Edie WAS Stofe to M. E. Cnpp who has conducted the Clover Farmers store at this place since last summer has moved bis store to Riverton where he has opened up In a fine location. Emerson was rather over-crowded in this line. The Cnpps are fine people and we are sorry to lo.ee them. Emefson Valedictorian Mrs c . A t,an* and daughter. Pearl, and niece. Mrs. S. j. Rhode Miss Violet B. Edie. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Edfe, nnd daughter, Vyonne, of Port Lupton, Colo., spent Sunday in highest average of 94.8 for the four years of high school and •was presented with an award of honor clous banquet. The menu was as follows: Initiation (cocktail). Studies (btreaded tenderloin,, Examina- j £™™£ !^"^7^oV = tions (creamed new potatoes) >'*'•' Athletics (strlns wax beans),, .. Mays and Parties (rolls and >e 8 farmers Iirln K west of Emerson. th _ E , mer F , 4 j hel nome sont - h of was announced valedictorian of j « n i- er the senior class at commence- ' , ' Dou -, as ce i eoratetl her ment exercises Thursday night by fif{h birthday Satnrday at the Supt. K. H. Paxson. She held the f hef unc , chag Vef)ta , scholarlshlp for the four cherry marmalade), Baccalaureate (pineapple salad), Corn- Clyde Smith, master of cere- i monies, presented the valedictorian to the audience at class day Pathway (coffee). Reunion (mints). It wag In i line with the class motto, "Row' ing, Not Drifting." During the banquet pep songs i were sung under the leadership _ .. _ _ , of Mrs. M. D. Lang. The follow- , Decoration Day Service Ing toast program was given with Merrill Taylor acting as toast' master: Welcome. Merritt Taylor, Hesponse, Lillian Newquist Edmondson. Trio, "It's Just a Little Street Where Old Friends Meet": Evnn- galtne Crawford Lang, Avis Bird- eat! Taylor, and Louise BIrdsall Whisler. Roll call. Then and Now, E. R. BIrdsall. Ancient History, Class of '17, LI IB Coates Anderson. Modern History, Class of '17, Corena McLaln BIrdsall. Ancient History, Class of '18, Nettle Graham Johnson. Modern History, Class of '18, Hazel Thorson Burroughs. Ancient History, Class of '19, Paul A. Carson. Ancient History, Class of '20, Marjorie Snodgrass Harmon. Ancient History, Class of '21, Gayle Cramer Greenwood. . Anicent History, Class of '22, JVfadgllne Turner Stout, ?*1ttnfif Tests, Supt. B. E- Coe. Recess. . Mrs. E. E. Coe was called upon for a talk and responded in her usual delightful manner. Drew Large Crowd Decoration Day was properly observed In Emerson this year. Visitors were here from mauy places. A splendid program was given In the afternoon at the high school gymnasium. Martial music was furnished by R. M. Shlpman, A. F. Smith, J. C. Wilklns. and Frank Oglevle. It Is interesting to note that Mr. Shipman played the flfe for the fifty-first consecutive year on Decoration Day here. The program consisted of songs, recitation, nag drill, and an address by Rev. J. F. Stllle. Because of the nice weather and good roads there was a record attendance. The program was continued at the cemetery where there was a large crowd. Dayton Ripley Weds of Sioux and Misa Aletha Butler of tic were married at the home of the bride in Atlantic Saturday, June 3. The father of the groom, Rev. L. B. Ripley, performed the j ceremony. They will make their Twenty little guests were present. A good time was enjoyed. Ice cream and cake were served. A little son was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Todleben of near Red Oak. The mother Will be remembered as Miss Minnie Turner. Mrs. Leona Pickerel and children returned Saturday from Omaha where she spent a week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thorson and little son of Fremont, Nebr, came the last of the week to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thorson 8r. Mrs. S. J. Rhode and little daughter, Vyonne, of Port Lupton, Colo, are visiting in the home of her aunt, Mrs. C. A. Lang. Mr. Rhode returned to Colorado a few days ago leaving Mrs. Rhode for a longer visit here with relatives. Mrs. V. L. Kapple and children left Tuesday for Chlllicothe, Mo. to spend the summer with relatives. Mr. Kapple went to Clarence, Mo. two months ago where ho is section foreman. They leased their house furnished to Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Spoon, the present section foreman here. Misses Avis and Ailene Boswell went to Corning the first of last week to visit their grandparents. Mesdames Beulah CUtes, B. L. • • ! elites, and Ray Huntsman were ! Omaha visitors Saturday. Atlantic Girl Mrs - J- R- Coates accompanied I her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. |W Air Races fat Omaha, Jtme 16,17,18 Oaks Starfay School ftdtit da** fea« aft ftttet«ianc« of ftfty-fttfe tt*t Sttfttfay Jftcltrdtftg fteterat Wsftoffc Re». A. A. Wright tii& *rtfe ot Iteffderson urere amotrg our visitors a»4 Ret. Wright ga*e ft tery ftetpttrl talk following tne lesson hottr. We were favored 67 & special number from ottr young folts choir tvfefen we appreciated refy mach. Our Children's Day program and also the ice create social and program which the yo_ttg folks choir were planning hare both been postponed on account of sickness. No dates have been decided on yet so watch for dates for these two programs later. An ad a week get* the result* yon seek. Fo* Heaths ttiom eoffofcgt*. Modem eieept fteat. — t It. Besktfftfc. LOST AND FOUND ~ fiBl'ftAir 1 bare It stray fterd of cattl* *t fey farm. o*fl«r usay fcate tame by paying for this ad ana for feed And damages. — Wfll Andrew*. 4?4< ' Spring fries aiit. or dressed. — Mrs. H. j. Benton. 4M. To those Who want gooseberries: please get them immediately. — 3. H. Share. 4M. CLASSIFIED ADS ABSTRACTS O A CONTINUATIONS Mills County Abstract CO. Olenwood, Iowa Stf. Sale** Heavy split oak posts, 7 ft. — * S. W. Dolph, south of Hastings. 43*W, Dead Animals^- Call Aft Jen* kins, Phone 39, Emerson, or City Meat Market, 68, Malvern. 4«*4. Here are a few action shots front the events to be featured at the Omaha Air tlaeei at municipal airport, Omaha, June 16, 17 and 18, Friday, (Saturday and Sunday of next week The firt Is Betty Lund, world's outstandln. woman stunt filer. With the cup Is Johnny LiviBntou, winner of more air race prise* than any other flier. The parachute jumper la Clem Bohn. All eyes will turn toward Omaha Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 16, 17 and 18, when the third annual Omaha Air Races will be staged at municipal airport there. Fliers of national reputation will compete in the spectacular races, and stunts and other thrills will keep the thousands in the grandstands tense. Among new features this year are aerobatics with a giant tri- *ootored airplane; autogiro aero- CATTLE batics, aerial dog-fights, the 10,000-foot delayed-opening parachute drop, stunting with a dead motor and many others. Advance reservations already are being made from points ui all directions. Special railroad rates will prevail, and there is a considerable saving in purchasing tickets hi advance. Write to Omaha Air Race association, 170?j' W. O. W. building, for details. For Sale — Registered white Shorthorn bull coming 8 years old. He is gentle dlspogltloned and a good breeder but I do not need him. Priced to sell. — Fred Newell, Hastings, route 2, 43tf. For Bale or Trade — White face bull, 16 mo. old.-—Ray 0. Lathrop, Phone 24-8, Henderson. 46-2. For Bale — 3 year old Registered Shorthorn bull. — O. R. Hyde, Phone 178-F12, Malvern. 46-3. SEEDS AND PEEPS FVn- Bale—'60 acres Red Clover, at Mrs.. Chas. M. Follett's. Phone 102-F20. 4M. Pot Sale-* Yellow Jersey and. Nancy Hall sweet potato plants, 2Bc pet 100. Tomato plants, BOc per 100.— Carl tioiden, one mile west of White Eagle oil station, in Malvern, and one fourth intle north. 46-8. Sweet Potato, Cabbage, Tomato and other vegetable plants. Always fresh and ready to grow, — Dale Kline, Florist, Malvern. 43tf WORK WANTED Tom Shaw — Piano Tuning. Leave orders with Collins Drug, Malvern, or Priest's Drug store, Hastings. 26tf. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones of Slgourney and Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Paxson, spent Monday in Omaha. Mrs. Tommy Douglas was sick the first of the week. Her sister, Mrs. Mattie Reed, is staying with her. Miss Helen Lang of Des Molncs came home Saturday evening to attend the reunion of the Class of 1930. Earl Brlggs returned home the Iowa Returns to Fundamentals at 1933 State Fair "Back to Fundamentals" was j announced in Des Moines recently as the slogan for the 1933 Iowa State Fair and Exposition. It will be the keynote for what is planned to be one of the larg- last of the week from Iowa City where he attended the University Miss 'left At the close of the program a home Jn Sioux City where the suggestion was made that plans be considered to organize an alumni association. Nominations were made and the following alumni officers! elected: Horace Greenwood, president. Mrs. Vernon Johnson, secretary. P. A. Carson, treasurer. Tentative plans are that a banquet will be held next May, the evening following commencement. The group then made a tour of the echool buildings finding many changes during the intervening years since 1917. Supt. E. E. Coe. who taught iu the Emerson (schools from 1815 to 1920 i» now clerk of the district at Council BluffB. Present at the banquet were: Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Coe of Coutt- groom holds a responsible position. Those attending from here were Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Ripley, Miss Mary Ann Ripley and Billy of Emerson, Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Martin and family of Shenandoah and Mrs. Dave Simmons and son of Beaver City, Nebr., who were visiting in the Ripley home in Emerson. cil Bluff*. Waylatid, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. John Hascall and lantlc Sunday where she will at- llttle son left Sunday for their tend summer school. home at Erlcson, is'etjr. after' spending a week here. Harvey Hascall and son, Glen, accompanied them home. Mrs. Eva Patrick of Atlantic came last week to visit her son, Leslie, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Butcher and children motored to Seward, Nebr.' Sunday to visit relatives and| bring her mother, Mrs. Walter Clltes, home from there where she had spent ten days with her par- Mlas Ruth Yatea, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Yates of Mt. Vernon, formerly of Emerson, spent Saturday here with her eouBin, Mrs. Earl Crawford, and other frienda. Ruth taught laat year at Chadron, .Nebr. and after upending a week with her parents at Mt. Vernon she was en- route back to Chadron to teach New Copy Style in Ford Advertising Present Series by Famous Manufacturer Highly Informative J. £lurruugh_, Mr .ami Mrs. W. of Omaha, Mra. Waldo of Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Butter, Mr. and Mrs. Kr_r:k Stout, and Mr*. J. It. Newman of H«d Osijc. Mr. and { l -r-iw-, Mr«. Glen Confer. Mr. and Mrs.' Mafaou City, Nebr. c/aui« Tuex'lay , rel, Merriu Taylor, Mr. and Mr*. H. j to «J»*wl » t«=w days wltii n ; l_.! «ousin*"'Mr K. Ci-wfiiwo-d, Mr. aud Mrs. Low-j tiv »»- _,,,j i ft)Ulsi *>1I K. Patrick, Mr. and Mrs. l'.\ **** »<ins r«--turu»-.j " A. CitibMJj, Mr. and Mrs. M. LaiM$, Mr. und Mrs. K. K. l«r, Mr. aud Mrs, K H. tJlrdfcall, j Military Academy Uiu NtslIU; JJurtou, HulU Klaiitr, Mr. ami Mr». Karl Hurtuvu, J-Vauk Uurbiii, Mr. _iid Mr*. M. U. A series of advertisements whlth lias been running the past month In The Leader and has been attracting considerable attention Is that of the Ford Motor company. Personally signed by Henry Ford, the advertising copy represents a new type of commercial appeal. Without ostentatious "bally' boo" the Ford copy seeks to Inform the public of Ford's contribution to the automotive industry and the unusual organization which makes possible the manufacture of Ford caps. Each ad Is extremely Interesting to read as the copy is brief, very much to the point aud highly instructive. Henry Kord is another of the nation's Industrial leaders who now believes that constructive - -..«, .,M...._,. selling, backed by a conservative . Mr«. Ulawche CliteK, of Mr. and Mrs. JH^lrfe of i u u . •-dvertltiiiK,' campaign, will help- lv v "' ' '" •'-••-•• '-|_-«l the c« JU niry back on Ha feet economically. A good product, wall advurltied and wisely sold Is MO unbeatable commercial cotobi- uutkm, ents. Mrs. Denver Mart Is seriously 111 and was taken to the Immanuel hospital in Omaha Saturday evening for treatment. A class reunion of the year 1930 was held at the Methodist church Saturday evening. A banquet was served by the M. E. Ladies' Aid with seventeen present. The table wa» decorated in their class colors of blue and white. Those present from out of town In the sunumsr school lu the State wen? Jllsa Helen Lang of Dea Maine, and Mr. ana Mrs. Johnnie est agricultural and livestock shows ever held in Iowa, or in any other Teachers college there. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Kvaus left Hawaii of Ericsou Nebr' Friday for Okobojl where they Mr. aM Mra. H. (', Knight and will spend a few days putting daughtc-r, Helen, and Mr and ^r 4 ',,! U "±!f.«•"«««• 4u order iMn..'Will Oliver _U, ; nd«i 'tb« I Mr». Mo. iyr K w_« t) J(J i tfe< j Tiiurnilay Mr. and Mr«. Verugu JoUtibou, ail ! KdUb I* a dauKlittr ut Mf. ut Kuu;rbOii. Mrs. Klwt-r Uaas. ~~ - --- j **r. »u4 Mr». Uuw.ll Ciiildruu'. !>_>• will U« ylj»(irv_iti ** r * U»d Oak visitor* *t the M, K. church uett Buudsy of th arur Kjwidiug the pant l« thfe lii>m« of h* i'rlcu, at iMural, Nebr. A. Uaxs drov« to Monday wording to te aiiiiual mtjeilng of tJn, iJoard of Trusts* of Blmpswn c«|J*K*, Cbildr«u'. 0ay » a » obwirr^ at the Wtt/iUt ce - cbureb Sunday worn A vary tufa* program ID deficient in minerals, is an excellent drink for hot weather. State Fair Board in planning the farm exposition will be the United States Department ot Agriculture, the Iowa Department of Agriculture, the Extension Division and Experiment Station of Iowa State college, the Farm Bureau, practically every Important national livestock breed association in the United States, prominent farm and livestock journals, and numerous other farm Institutions and organizations. "The time has come for agriculture to return to the proven principles which gave our farm regions their first development and prosperity — careful man* agement, tried and proven farm" ing methods, and sound breeding of pure-bred livestock," the announcement of the 193S Exposition management atates, "These fundamental subjects will be the keynote for thousands of exhibits in both agricultural and livestock subjects at this year's fair.' They will be the main theme In the 4- H club demonstrations every day ojt the fair, they will be taken up la project exhibits now being planned by thirty different coim* ties, they will fee ejapbasisea in important farm conferences which will he held during the fair, Ifl fact, the entire agricultural au4 livestock show will be bulH around this centra) thought, ,vitb a view to presenting practical object lessons which will «!4 the farmer IB the solutioft of its problems * *• * pr|*e» offers »t thte .?«»?» State Fair total |n,a:m orwWs& at Public Sale at the Malvern Sale Barn Saturday, June 10 Commencing at ONE O'CLOCK Sharp CATTLE We will have come good milk cows giving milk now; Guernseys, Jerseys, and Shorthorns. Several head of small calves. s^^^n^^miiiiii^ -»,-<', - .T- iv *<»•- ' *>t^i ''•' ,' • .-••¥* jt. ;'5f{3 soon; Stock pig*. '•-••' "BABY CHICKS 100 Fine White Leghorn chicks, one month old. MISCELLANEOUS FEED GRINDER, horsepower sweep feed grinder, good; A fine lot of potatoes; Large double cooking range. Lot of Ladies' and Children's HaU; Some Ladies' and Children'* SHOES. The usual amount of native lumber and split oak • posts. We thought last Saturday would be our last sale but we were requested to hold one more so bring in what you have* ANDY J. BERKHIMER L, A. Talbott, Auct, 188,^80 Is fop stack end agricultural Mrs. it, M. Slil;iutau, kutu Mr. ttud Mi». tw tMr «»», HUM*, Given Away 156 Cash Prizes In All New FawinattDif Qw»e SUNDAY, JUNE and certain but h Want PAY! 'In thi May IS issue of The Leader ; s L, M, Kline inserted the following ft»4 30*6 truck tire M,. KUfte, K« IFriday_Mi\ Kline received that he had found the tire,

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