The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 8, 1933 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1933
Page 8
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HAST MALVERH LfeAPfett, MALVfeRM, IOWA, JUN£ 8, 1933 PAGE NINE Mf t. Crotite Snndafr, May »r Mrs. iler- Crotrse ««d M». Vwrtton se frtafraed tad carried otrt II Wprlse Mftfedat ««*nei hotsot- Ifnt the Wrthda? of their mother, Aaron Crotrte. Abotrt thirty ves gathered *t the Grouse for thft dlnnet served picnic I style and *»eat the day In an en- IJeyabte mannaf. [Turner. Attend Reutiioft at Oftkluu! oft Stmday Mr. and Mrs. If* Turner B»o- kafed to Oakland Sunday to the Dine of MB Bister, Mrs. Walter kayef, whefe all ten children of f/ and Mrs. I. tt. fatttef of <joftcfl SlnftB gathered for a sic* ile dinner In honor of a dangb- f, Mrs. Pattt Castof, of Bait ake City, Utah, Who Is visiting Sere. There Were tofty*even bresent and the usual bounteous inner that aeeosiiraaies one of these pleasant affairs was a satisfying feature to the inner man jrhtle visiting and recalling many •tntly Incidents, will be a happy nemhrance to all present, J, c. Rector of Council Bluffs halted Sunday In the home of his laughter, Mrs. Dwlgbt Fellows. R. L. Christie and family visited In the Frank Hannah home Blanchard Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith Ind sons, Elmo and Leon, were llnner guests In the Charley Parks home near Malverh Sun- lay. Mis* Wlnnlfred Brown of louncil Bluffs came Friday to lisft a few days with her father, parry Brown. George Schurr and family fere Malvern visitors Saturday. Miss Mina Christie entertained ler Sunday school class at a pic- llc Wednesday at the Jessie helps home. Bach member help* Id furnish the lunch. Eighteen lere present. The afternoon was pent in playing games and races. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Read _nd daughter, Delores of Glen- iood visited friends and relatives lere Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Potter vis- led Sunday in the Ed Hathaway lome. 6oylah Relative* Picnic At Sheflandoah Sandat was a gate day for relatives of Mr. and Mr*. Walter Boylan for they began arriving early in Shenandoah to combine a day of pleasure and sightseeing at the Flower show and for a renewal of friendship. They came from Lincoln, Nebr., Northboro, Tarklo, Mo., Irwin, and Shenandoah and by noon time thirty gathered round the tables loaded With choice eats that from all reports equallyed a banquet and although the heat was eicesslve — little did It matter to thin Jovial group. Church Note* Sunday school at 11, Church at 10. Epworth League at 6:30. The Epworth League young people had an Ice cream social at the town hall Saturday evening, serving home made ice cream with strawberries and cake for 10c a dish. They cleared $7.20 tor their institute fund. Institute begins June 12 at Indlanola, A meeting will be held this week to choose the delegates. There will be no Children's Day program Sunday. The Sunday school class ot Which Miss Thelma Crawford is teacher enjoyed a picnic supper at Wayside lake Wednesday, A contest was held and the losing side furnished the picnic supper for the winners. Those present were Gene Dunn, Lillian Crawford, • June Christie, Margaret Qulmby, Margaret Robblns, Josephine Hayden and Thelma Crawford. Mrs. A. H. Crawford and daughter, Ethelyn, and Mrs. E. H. Dalzell and daughter, Rutb, autoed to Peru, Nebr. for Norma the Settle Wtleon left f ffetday fot} Donald FfckM a*d friend*. Mr. i Indtanoia for summer school at Simpson college. Her Sister, Lois, went with her to spend the we*k visiting there. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Parker, Mrs. Ella Plamb, Mr. and Mrs. Roy and Lee, Mrs. Etta Rob- btns of Malvern, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lisle, Clinton and Lynn Parker and families, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sowers were among thote Who attended the flower show at Shenandoah Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Plnmb and family visited Sunday with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Babbit, at Maey, Nebr. The twins, Loralne and LaVonne, and Virginia remained over for a Week's Visit. Mr. and Mrs. June Fickel and Jeannette Luther attended the county Farmers Merchants Bankers banquet Friday night at Glenwood. Simpson college students are coming home for their summer vacation this week. Those return* Ing are Elra Wilson, Pauline Sowers, and Edna Clark. Arthur Luther will remain through the summer taking some summer school work and baring charge of his churches, uwrv a*d Strut, town* iStt ion. ot Lfn- coTa, Nfebr. spent fitrttfay with his, parent*, Mr. aisd Mrs. J. B., Mrs. Donald Fickel and sons, i last week to visit In th* home of ^ Methodist who have he*n tiStting friends and relatives her* for a few weeks returned hotae with them. the annual Wlisoa reunion and pteftte was held Sunday in the timber on the iohft Wilson farm. Mrs. Matte plerfon and Joyce, Perry, George, John, Ed, and Clattde Wilson and families were among those attending from Wesley Chapel. Mrs. Ella Plumb Is visiting her son and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Plumb, at Red oak this week. Joe Balyers of Malvern Is enjoying a vacation on the farm with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fickel. Mrs. Ward Fickel, 4-H club leader, and her club girls, and Mrs. Clinton Parkef, county chairman, will attend the 4-H county Rally Day and Festival ot the New Corn in Malvefn Thursday. Mrs. Ray Pierson will also attend and take a carload of club girls. Everyone Is cordially Invited to attend and witness the crowning of the new Corn Queen, Jeannette Luther. HENDERSON her annt, Mrs. W. H. Nagle. Mrs. John Wise of Shenandoah spent a week recently in the hoine ot her Son, Jane. Mrs. Frank Dn Val and son, Alan, were in Council Bluffs Saturday and visited G. W. Rlmel In the Edmnndson hospital. j Remember the social at the! church this (Thursday) evening, June 8, by the East Liberty cemetery ladies. Donations of cakes will be appreciated. John Rlmel who recently came in from Wayne, Nebr. is staying at the home of his brother, G. W. Rlmel, looking after the garden and other interests about the place. The Misses Fannie and Sadie Clark of Malverh spent the day Thursday with their sister, Mrs. W. H. Nagle, and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Henderson, James and Mary, drove to Omaha Sunday morning and were guests for the day of his sister. Miss Hettte Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Du Val, Miss Hazel Owens, Mrs. T. E, Mc- Mrs. Everett Hatnes and Mar- I garet Mae of Mhwonri Valley | were guests In thft home of hef* I brother, A. C. Evans, {rota fh-so- the test of the year for one dol- Seriptnre reading nntll Clure, Mrs. Laura Joste attended the Kerney, and dry meeting lar. The Jnne 9 Is the Books of Epheslahs and Phtltlplans. The Fourth Quarterly Conference will be held at this church July 27. Saturday evening the Epworth League at Silver City will hold an Ice cream social. Attend if yon Plan to Sunday at attend church next 10 and the Sunday Mr*. Lee Holand and Rohert. Mrs* I Culver attended the Temperance meeting tn Matvern In th» after* noon. Mr. and Mrs. Clande firook* j and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coflfey and Betty and Mr. and Mrs. George Baueom Jr. attended the flower show In Shenandoah Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. I). Howard «n* teftatned Sunday with a birthday and yon will encourage others by coming. f to plac* your**! In THIS pic. • we. Th* evening will be a huge unkM the fire goes out or the , — barrel it emptiw, i the "good old dws" electricity sold ,_ r«lsy electricity b CHEAP. o Though «wer»l Uvbg (WWt» «« itOl 32% above 19 J3 1mb, Tdfetrfc ienfc* in «om* r - and Pow«r Company [IKTRlf RRIFS HRVE 'jTERDHY CDNt DOWN Crawford who has finished normal training course at the State Teachers college. George Resh and Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Woods were Malvern visitors Saturday. Mrs. Roy Crawford and sons William and Waldo, and Mrs. Lillle DIxon autoed to Malvern Thursday, Grace Harmon gave a card party at her home Saturday evening for a number of friends. A good time was reported by those present. R, F. Crawford bad business In MalvwB Saturday, --> ,-v. fthey"!* Mr, and Mrs. Frank Adams ot| *^V a £ Malvern were In town Saturday, Miss Mildred Moore of Strahan visited Miss Mary Trimmer Saturday, Dr. R. L. South and family were entertained Tuesday In the Dr. Drack home In Omaha. F. H. Boggess ot Red Oak was visiting friends here Tuesday. Henry Corey who has been staying with his sister In Red Oak and In the Homer Clayton home near Henderson came Tuesday and will stay In the Ed Wilkinson home for the present. Geo. W. Wilson Was having dental work done In Olenwood Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Williams and Mrs. Carl Isaacson and daughter were In Council Bluffs Friday, Mrs, Ella Smith returned to her home In Carson Tuesday after a few days visit in the home of her son, Elmer. Vic Wilson of Macedonia was In town Thursday. The Christian Ladles' Aid en- oyed a pot luck lunch Wednesday at their meeting. Each mem- jer was supposed to lake a guest. There were thirty present and all enjoyed a pleasant afternoon. Champ Harover and family of Adel spent the week end here. Mr, Harover Is working In a bank here. They are doing light housekeeping there at present. They Ike their new location and their 'rlends here wish them well in .heir new home. T. D. Phillips and wife left the last ot the week for Chicago where they will attend the World Fair, Doris and Bobble Barkus of Kent have been visiting friends here the past few days, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips Jim Lake and wife, former residents here but now of Mc- fheraon visited in the A, 8. Paul home Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Dave Anderson went to Elliott Thursday to visit in the home of their daughter Mrs, Hoover. Mrs. Geo, W. Wilson enjoyed a visit Tuesday afternoon from her rother, and wife o Red Oak have received word from their son, Blllle, who is taking a trip with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Phelps, saying that they were In Texas. They have been In Arkansas and are having a wonderful trip. They have been gone over three weeks. held in Matvern Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Maddocks took their daughter, Edna, to the clinic in Council Bluffs last Wednesday morning for a tonsil operation. She and her mother stayed In Silver City with relatives that night returning home the next morning. She came through the operation well and is Improving each day. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hunt and three children were dinner guests Sunday In the home of his brother, Clarence, and family east of Silver City. Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Ctark and bahy daughter of Omaha were dinner guests Sunday In the home of his cousin, Mrs. W. H. Nagle. Mrs. L. E. Nagle and daughter, i Kathryn, of Pierce City, Mo. are visiting In the home of the former's brother-in-law, W. H. Nagle. They and Mr. Wooding ot the same city drove through together Sunday, the latter going on to Omaha to attend an undertakers convention Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Nelson and daughter, Ethel, were guests Sun- Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Anderson and daughter, Kathryn, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Lookablll and daughter. Ruth, also Mr. and Mrs. Oeo Severns and daughter, Betty, of Glenwood antoed to toes Molnes Thursday to attend the wedding of the Anderson's son, Donald, to Miss GweneVlere Wagner of Des Molnes. The Lookablll family and Mrs. Anderson remained over until the following day at the home ot an uncle in Indlanola. Returning home near Red Oak they met with an accident when the car struck a fence with considerable force. Some of the occupants were bruised and badly shaken up and the car somewhat damaged. They feet thankful however that none were seriously injured. Walter Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Halnwi and La Verne, F. B. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howard and Francis Jr. and Ar- llne Howard. Clifford Rommel was able to return home from the Mercy hospital Wednesday. HILLSDALE Mrs. Laura Shepard and Dwlght Buffington and Mr. and Mrs. Jo Ktlpatrlck and children were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arlelgh Shepard and family Sunday. Mrs, Stella Sawyers has been Only $4 035 Malvern to Chicago Round trip—16 day limit Coach or Chair Car visiting her Kesterson In sister, Mrs. Emma' Council Bluffs the Burlington Mr. and Mrs. Mann ot Chadron, Nebr, were guests Sunday In the Mrs. A. P. Creamer home, Mrs. Mann Is a niece of Mrs, Creamer. past week end. The mothers and daughters of this community are being honored at a banquet this Friday evening at the church. Elizabeth Phillips came Wed nesday from Columbia, Mo. where she has been attending Stephens college. Her father and sister, a tew weeks visit. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Walker and Misses Marguerite Edle and Thelma Scott came Saturday evening to visit relatives. They returned to Nebraska Sunday evening. Wayna and Wendell Ord accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Fellows and Mr. and Mrs. M. B, Fellows and daughter, Frieda, autoed to Magnolia Monday where they attend' ed the funeral services of the Infant baby of Mr, and Mrs, John Fellows, Ora Hutching? »nd Mies Poris —— w T VV4Jwo°* »*w» 4fi*vt*w» *»»»•»» M.™-. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Grouse ana EJeanori went down after her. children, Lorraine and Ralph, VIE- Jofl Maynes ot Emerson was ited in the Jim Roberts home in Sbenandoan Sunday, Adeline returned home with her sister for visiting friends here Tuesday, The friends of Mrs, Jap Danford were sorry to learn Saturday that she was quite sick with heart trouble. Fred Carter and Harry Huntsman were In Oakland Friday, Mrs. Rose Plumb Is taking care of Maggie McMullen who baa been quite sick, Miss Alice Amlck returned home last week from Tarklo, where she has been attending college. Her brother went after her. Martin Hansen and Omaha visited In Houser home Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. A, J, Harbor were Priest autoed to O»»ta M? n *J£' Jn Council Bluffs'Wednesday. Ardltb and Dick Christie an* C1 a<J May and fam ,, y o{ Blanche Forsyth of Shenandoah are vlaitlBg la the honw of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Hanscom, Dick returned home Tuesday but the girls remained for a week's visit. given at the M, B. church Tuesday was attended by a fair crowd and Cecil Wright gave a fine talk. The special music was also greatly enjoyed. At the cemetery some of the young ladles placed the flowers on the soldiers' graves. Mrs, Waldo Edmondson attended a,class reunion at Emerson the first of the week. . Mrs, Emma Workman spent the week end with her son, Fred, and family in Glenwood. day In the home ot Mrs. Nelson's aunt, Mrs. Cynthia Hunt, south of Qlenwood. A dinner was given by relatives for Mrs. Hunt, it being her eighty-fourth birthday, The milk produced iu June when cows are on pasture costs only about half as much as it does In December, according to C, Y, Cannon, head of the Dairy Maddocks home Sunday were Mr, and Mrs, Earl Maddocks and children and Mr. and' Mrs. Harry Maddocks of Silver City. Mr, and Mrs, Will Lutz and daughters, Edna, Rutb, and Evelyn, were Shenandoah visitors Sunday. Mrs. Laura Kerney and Josie, Mrs. G. W, Rimel, also Marlon Kerney of Maivern and Mrs. Winnie Moore of Glenwood drove to Council Bluffs Thursday afternoon to visit Mr. Rlmel in the hospital. Mrs. Rimel remained with him a few days returning home Sunday. He Is able to be UP in a wheel chair part of the CLEANING PRICES In force after June 1 6Sc Plain Dress --------- 7Sc Top Coats ____ . _____ 7Sc \ Overcoats __ — , ----- $1 Ladies' Coat, Fur collar ......... $1,25 Ladies' Coat, Fur collar and cuffs __$1.50 Lugsch the Cleaner Glenwood, Iowa Party Fare* - 10 day Limit 3 traveling together $16.65 each I " " $15.85 each 5 " " $14.15 each (Half fare for children) A Still lower fares for larger ^ groups. m 30-Day tickets at slightly* higher fare, M Pullman fares down 85 per ~ gent; pa tickets good In sleep* Ing cars. ft World's Fair Wonder Toura w including taxi service, hotel accommodations, admission to the Fair Grounds . , , all expenses except meals can be> purchased at your home station. • The Burlington will exhibit one of the world's finest passenger trains and cordially invites you to make it your World's Fair headquarters—comfortable, soft - cushioned seats . . , magazines to read ... a good place to relax, rest, or meet friends. W, A, CALDWELL 44-7 Ticket- Agent and the Tbelma Mrs, Jim Mnthlcum Misses Nedr». Lillian, ft Crawford visited Monday after- n,oos t« the Leas Dawson Jioine near Blvertop., ErereH Purceil who has bee& confined to bis bed the weeks was able to first Unw Su,n4ny» Mm, othft n- Wearla »«taed to Cauft<?« joe Iftyden 8»4 fsisUy near Red Oak visited to Klndlg home Tuesday afternoon Mrs, Elvyn Galloway visited her sister, Mrs. AJvin Appley, at to Mr, Had Mrs. Ott» Fras* Yftlft* ot ia tae W»Hw provement the last few days State college, ROVE College Springs last week Jim Wilkinson home Tuesday and were Oakland visitors Tuesday an4 da«gh* having dental work 4oue la -Qaklatuj Friday Esther Clark returned t« fcey in Carson Wednesday after Estellne Harris a few aya. Fprrest Smith »JM| family of Malvera visited is the pear) er ftonie Sunday afternoon, Mr§. Roy viftw ao4 daughter, visited bar moths?, Mrs- W6$well, to OUwvMA Tuesday. 4luwal their ba»o,uet at tUe there Friday evealijg The La4J»t ' Aid «l«ty wwe pr0g»nt «r*W wt w*to**l*5? Mr* link MtlDflM * Wll. Tfcf awt

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