The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 8, 1933 · Page 9
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 9

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1933
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LOCAL NEWS OF ftffi WEEK IN MALVERN "tfsftft cotmana. Phone 10». Mr. a«rd Mrs. Fred Stone of Lincoln and their son, Arthur, and family of fale, Okla., drove over from Lincoln Thursday for & visit with the A. 8. Marshall family and other old time friends of whom they have a lot In thl vicinity. Fred and Arthur and eon, Bobby, made the editor pleasant call and we renewed ac qnalntance and talked over 6lt times a bit. It Is fourteen years since the Stones moved from here to Lincoln. Their daughter, Vera lives at Norfolk, Nebr. and they had all been up there Decoration Day to Visit her. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Frailer and son, Ross, and Miss Margaret Schlssler of Colfa* came Saturday for a week-end visit in the C. A, Johnson home In Malvern. Mrs. Frazler is Mr. Johnson's sister. Miss Helen Zene Wortman, head of the School of Journalism in Baylor college for Women in Belton, Texas, and Dorothy Dur- bln and Martlcla Davis, students Miss Frances Benton accompanied by Tomtnie fienton and Phyllis Wilson autoed to Iowa City last week end stopping at Grinnell for James Benton, student in GHnnell college the past year who returned home with them. Jane and Lorraine Fletcher accompanied them also as far as Adel where they remained for a visit with relatives and Miss Isa Borene went as far as Prairie City where she stayed for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Edna Van Steenbergen. Mrs. Nellie Donner and Donna Rayburn of Council Bluffs -were week end guests In the A. S. Marshall home. Samuel Hutchlngs, Johnnie Schoor, Walter Heddtng, and Mrs. Hayden Clark and daughter, Lor* ralne, of Hastings autoed to Kansas City Monday to Visit Mrs. N. O. Bowman, Johnnie's mother, .in that institution, came in Thursday evening from Belton in the Wortman car and will spend their summer vacation with home folks. T. M. Brazleton of Hastings was in town Saturday. John Wise was up from Shenandoah last week for a few days visit In the George Nahley home and with other friends. John imel was over from Hast' ings Saturday and made our office a pleasant call. Mr. Imel Is recovering nicely from his accident of early last winter and says and sister Clark. of Samuel and Mrs. Mrs. A. W. Flchter and daughters, Rhefaa Faye of Shenandoah and Mrs. Veryl Trively, and her daughter, Peggy Joan, of Randolph, and Mrs. Minnie Antrim, mother of Mrs. Fichter, and Mrs. Aden Ireland were Wednesday evening supper guests in the Aden Ireland home. Doris Ireland spent the past week vacationing at the home of her sister, Mrs. Clarence Frink, near Henderson. Theron Atkinson ana Max Ireland accompanied Will Goodln, Max's room mate In Omaha, to his home at Hastings, Nebr. last Wednesday. From there Theron s. *. ctttt ** came fhuftdaf *w * ***• *•* Visit With Wftiet FanAfe tod dfe Clari and other Matters friends. Mi*. Ed Naget and daughter ^Catherine, of Pteree Ctty, Mft came Sunday to vltft her htotfcer- In-law, Horace Nagel, and family. Ml§t Jean Clark of Chtrfnda ft also a visitor tti the Nagel home, Mrs. Karl Hertz Jr. was taken quite sick last week and on Thursday wa* taken to the Bd- mundson hospital in Council Blaffs where she was operated on the same evening for abdominal troubles. Dr. I. U. Parsons and Mr. Hertz and Frank Hertz accompanied her. She stood the severe operation well and at latest report was recovering nicely. Marian Lyons of Magnolia, ft brother of Mrs. Lloyd Landit, las taken a position In the Lari- dls Hardware and began work the O» alive past week. For Sate — Spring fries or dressed. — Mrs. H. J. 4M. Mr. and Mrs. George Pace returned Thursday evening from a three weeks visit with their eon, Harry, and family In Springfield, 111. Harry took them out there In his car and brought them back when they came home. They had a fine visit but George says that It rained nearly all the time they were In Illinois and that when they came home only about two per cent of the corn was planted. We could use their surplus rain here all right. Mrs. Fred Hall and two daughters and Mrs. Oscar Hall autoed to Omaha Tuesday, the former to Bridge dub rnmalnlnir thnrn fnr ft vlult with I t> <.!..*. <« WI|jlftSF ft ».to.A Jt A~.,.*«. aStecnoa £«&« I, ai 8 fr ft. at fWWty ftet&tfdttt Sfctffefc ft D*S SiofflM, eeenfred tfc* ttrtrrtase of Mftt Onlnltftre WaffcBf to Donald Andersen, son of Mr. aird Mrs. Chatlet Anderson of Hastings. t&t Jferemo*? ***. perforated by ths Rtt. HerWrt ew*t of Feff bodge twisted by Dr. A. B. Caid- wetl, pwtor of tfte chnTeD. Ktthrya Afcdefte* of Hasting* and Mrs. Deo Beverns of Glenweerf, sisters of ike groom, served as bridesmaids. Mr. Ber- WM one of the Btheft and 3etty Seterat wat one of tfte ftowef fitfe. immediately after <Hu, ft reception was held at the home of the bflde's mother, Mrt. A. W. Wagner, {ft Des Molnes. Mr*. Anderson attended Iowa Wetleyaa college at Mount Pleas^L nt . **£ w « graduated from Brake University contervatofy Of Jnutle, ihe is ft member of Mu Phi EjHjiion, national honorary fraternity, of PI Beta Phi newt it? and Of Chapter Q, P, g. p, Mr. Anderson attended Simpson college where he was a member of fheta Kappa Ktt and Phi Mn Alpha, honorary music fraternity, He was a teacher of music in the Neola schools the past year. • j Ralph fcowtr Host JPhone 100 The Leaflet It anxious to get news of ALL the social aftatrs of Jtaitern aid sut- roimding countryside. it ton give a dinner for friends, or a party, or any social function please phone 100 and tell us of It We Will appreciate It very much. Please phone at toon after the event as possible. Thank yout Cattdetl Olvee BtttMher Patty Betty Candell entertained group of at a picnic tapper ,, he gets a little stronger each and , Ma * Journeyed on for a sight week, He works In his garden and ?5 ng * rlp ""-""Kb the Black the past week has been able to milk his cow, so he hopes his arms will soon be all right again. W. D. Cross Jr. from east of ™. 1 T . nejr are expected home tn ", wee ~. Ml " °« ace ome Churchill arrived from Wilbur. . . . town returned recently from a Nebr - where sn e taught the past trip out to southern California where he visited an aunt and in- yea '* "" 8 - „ Ro returned to . cidentally saw some of the effects her home in Des Moines on Wed- of the earthquake. He says that they haven't done a lot toward rebuilding the ruins as yet but he j doesn't think the damage as bad as was reported. He says there are lots of idle men out there and that work find. Glldden Saturday nesday, having spend Memorial come down Day here. to Jiggs, Katzenjammers, Popeye, Nebbs, Barney Google, Toots and Casper, Sklppy, Sappo, Blondie, Toonerville, Mickey Mouse, and remaining there for a visit With Mrs. Adam Ferguson and Mrs, Hilda Wenant. Mrs. Inez Smith and son, Ward and Mr. and Mrs, Grant 8um< mere of Omaha were down Sunday for a visit with Glenn and Frank Summers and families, Phyllis and Dick Summers returned home with them for a week's visit in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jefferson and Mrs. W. A. Barkus autoed down from Omaha Sunday and visited In the L. A. Barkus home. Betty Lou Barkua returned home with them for a visit. • Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chantry and daughter, Lois, of Sidney visited in the Alfred Hall home Sunday and with other Malvern friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Diehl of Stillwater, Okla. were guests In was mighty hard to all the really popular comics are the H. H. Amos home Monday • and Tuesday of this week. Mrs. Dlehl 8nd Mrs. Amos are slstera. , looking fr ,° m after ° nly ln the Sunda y « adv ' 46tf ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Churchill . . business and greeting old friends i visited in the William Harrlman and went from here to Hastings to visit his parents. His- father was in town with him. Dr. D. M. Kline reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs, Charley Share Monday, June 6. Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Laird leave this morning for Chicago where they will attend the commencement exercises of Rush Medical college. Their son, Dr. Donald Laird, completes his work there at this time and graduates. Joe Wearin was able to return home from the Edmundson hospital last Sunday where he bad been for the past eight weeks taking treatment following an operation. He stood the trip home well and seems to be improving a little each day with every indication of reaching fair" health again In a short time. Mr, and Mrs, A. B. Wasbburn from north of Hastings were in town yesterday a»d Mr. Washburn made us a short visit. He Bays be never saw It more intensely hot iii June at this period. They bad been putting up alfalfa hay on his term and It dried, too dry, almost before they could get H raked, although raked the same day it was cut. home in Council Bluffs Sunday evening. ' Robert Campbell motored to Falrfleld Saturday noon for Mrs. Campbell and Joyce Ann who visited there throughout the week. They In company with his brother and wife motored to Keokuk Sunday where they were sight seeing. They returned home Monday noon. Mrs. Frank A. Bobbins was able to return home Thursday from the Methodist hospital in Omaha where she underwent an operation for tumor a couple of weeks ago and is improving nicely. Mr. and Mrs. George Rosenteld and son, George, of Harlan, were visiting Malvern afternoon. friends Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Clark and daughter, Jean Marilyn, of Omaha were guests of Misses Fannie and Sadie Clark Sunday, They were accompanied home by Mrs S, J, Clark who had been visiting in Shenandoah and Malvern for a couple of weeks, Miss Vivian Priest and Mrs. Ernest Pontow drove to Omaha • Wednesday morning 1 the day in the city. Mills Transfers to Indiana Mail Route - A. s. Mills, for fourteen years past, carrier on rural route three out of Malvern, obtained a transfer recently to a rural route running out of Attica, Ind., his old home town. Mr. Mills gets an all graveled route In Indiana and is going back where he spent his bbyhood days, so it really isn't like trying something new. He left last week in his car to take up his new work. He exchanged with S. S. Boord, the carrier on the Attica route, who came in last week to take up his duties here. Mr, Mills will not move his family to Attica for a time until he sees how he gets adjusted to the new place We are sorry to lose him from Malvern but pleased to extend a welcome to Mr. Boord. Ralph Bower entertained the bridge club of which he Is a mem* ber at hit home'south of Mai vern Saturday evening. Members and guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson, Mr, and Mrs. Austin Bass, Mr, and Mrs. June Wise, Mr. and Mrs, Evan Swain, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ralne, Mr. and Mrs, Dan Beaton, Mr. and Mrt. Leonard Duval, Mr. and Mrs. Max Benton, Mr. and Mrs. Fiord Rhoades, Misses Ber- nlce Caudell, Helen Marshall, and Valda Hurst, Ralph Bower, Ben Breeding/and Wilbur Bower. High score was held by Mrs. Duval and Ben Breeding and consolation by Mrs. Wise and Charles Raine. Cooling refreshments of ice cream and cake were served at the close o* the evening. ftftd slumber party on Thursday night, A Jolly time wat had at merry making mlnut much slumbering, fhote present were Leone Storey, Lenofe Mansfield, Klthof Farqnhar, Mary Louise Juelke, and Mary Jean Ewing. Celebrate Three Anniversaries The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hossle was the setting for a most enjoyable family gather- Ing Sunday when guests from Emerson and Red Oak came to spend the day and celebrate the birthday of Mrt, Ralph Bottle, which occurred June 3, and the two wedding anniversaries of Mr. and Mrt. Clarence Hossle that fell on June 4. and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hossle on June 6. A pot luck dinner was a most important feature with a social day following. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Hossle, Mr. and Mrt. Harold Hossle, Robert and Dorothy. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hossle and daughter, Virginia, Mr. and I. W. &®ft ClNtt. jdbjj»sj*« 1UJMES _ PSHftfr tBiwis ~;_ lot. WoTttt** i, B. W. R. Bftrfttt Motet Harm vat Otsdel Batoiel John Hard? Altt Btfotd Salts A. Metaln I. w. Roath L. t). tteMnllln A. Ob|>goi> *«tof, ?HM1» fffrfrtttt ffe ftoinima UUl'JQU nt xTHBGCf ^fr J KSt'A HHfrii ^fr -JttT htfr* Harry H&mDxCmi __ ^ W«e- wiltte Hitler ^—Stlrtfnton, fit.; KflmaFtffc, IJtsogeDe. BOraler (few! o^ff^ro fn Wnietetr: let fottof, laftte W. frbilef, JR. 1§, Gennhg, B. 8. Mftwtef, Bickford, S T R A H A From Red Mw Ed rare. &a uth Plan* Birthday StfrpfiM! f of Evcfett Mrs. Everett Retheffofd planned a very pleasant snrptlte on her husband when last Sunday she invited friends to their home to help celebrate Everett'* birthday. Everett didn't think he could he surprised but he most certainly wat. Ail enjoyed a bountiful picnic dinner at noon and spent the remainder of the day visiting. Those attending were*. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wolfe, Lester Thomas and family, Mr. and Mrt. Ted Hetzel and children, Charles Hall and family, Mrt, Alvey Hartley, Adris, Gladys, and Vera, her lit* tie grandson, Alvey Achenbach, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Williams and children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pollltt and children, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Briggs and son, Ma* rlon, Elbert Hutchlngs of Emerson, Louis Achenbach, and Mr, and Mrs. Retherford. On leaving for their homes all wished Ever' ett many more happy birthdays, There wat a fine turn out for the social given by the ball boys last Saturday evening and every one seemed to enjoy themselves. They sold ten gallons of ice cream and could have told more. The boys appreciated the patronage given them. All money above expenses will be used to purchase bats and baseballs, A jolly crowd attended the flower show at Shenandoah Sun- Epwofth League Bak« Sail the Strahah Bpwotth LeagaJ win hold a bake tale in Ma field's furniture store In Malvt Saturday afternoon, June i*l Good things to eat. adv.! Entertain Ladiet' Club Mrs. May Weder<jvlst was hot*i tess to the 8. H. D. Club which] met at her home last Friday, the] afternoon was spent socially Mrs. Wederqvlst served refreshments of ice cream, cake, and] coffee and she was assisted In serving by Miss Jessie Gee. lday and P«cnlc dinner io *«** r **• *<><>*• They were Mr. , .... - - •*", „„„„. and Marlon Kerney and Mr, and Mrs, Walter Smith were present am Malvern, taught us the games which will be played rally day. The meeting adjourned and delicious refresh- menU wereserved^ by the ;h< test'. " *7&)rralnV Dashner. Notice — Piano Leuons Beginning June 12 I will teach a six weeks summer term of piano lessons at my home studio, Mrs. Zelma Fletcher, Phone 263. In Memory of John Meeks J. T, Partner J, T. Paimalee Gabriel, Perkins Bdward Hall — World' War. jv%- ' ' W* also honor the'gmw Mrs, Milton Summers, wife of the gallant soldier for whom the local o, A. R, -was named and whoae grave is Jn Pekto, IllinoU. Ea*t Liberty Cemetery J. L. Ryenon A. R. Donner N, M. Adams f\ o u« IN ,'W, W. Franclt Our Soldier Dead j, s, Francis Cook, 4-H Club With Joyce Pearson The Clever Cooks 4-H club met with Joyce Pearson in her home Friday, May ?6. The afternoon was spent discussing ways to and spent I lengthen dresses in an attractive Church mitts Following it the list of the soldier dead buried in the Malvern cemetery and the members of the Milton Summers post of the 0, A. R, buried elsewhere; Eastern Section — 8. W. Comer Norvel Jones ~ Thomas BriU Leroy Britt--. Black. Hawk W«r, Stephen Woodrow—Mexlan War, Benoni Poole, Joshua Durbln Mrs. Milton Summers H. R. Stanley J, T, Brphard, J. M. Johnson, T, J. R»<*ej Samuel Scott James Riser Eastern Section —N, W, Corner C. W. Black Ezra Bancroft • War. Presbyterian Church Henry Dale White, Minister Sunday school at 10, Children's Day exercises at Jl. from the pastor on. •'Dealing Sauarely with the Childhood a»d Youth, of the Church," This is one Sunday IB the year when parents and men> bers of the church and Sunday school should be present. Let us come and encourage the children and reappraise your own relationship to H(w who, said, "Suffer the little children to come unto me, and forbid them sot: for of such is the kingdom of Qod." The offering will be for guadfty school missions, 0. E. wtu meet at 7 p, m. The Union evening service un- jder direction Q| the W. 0- T. u. will he held Is this church. A very tataseflting prof ram la being prepared- Church * r flMWiFw m Suuday notiooi h»j gtveij beat fw »nd *bow your « P pre«i»Uofl (or tb» offioeri The Church Vacation school had an enrollment of fifty the first three days, Jt increases each day. .wanner and what is expected of, „ „. the 4-H girls who enter the style I D cau War ' I show. y I Samuel Stockton Joyce Pearson gave an Inter-1 J? 1 ™"* Barne « J<rt » esting report of the trainine I S' W> Batea ~ school she attended in Malvern Ru8se11 8url»—V«Tl4 We cut patterns of hats? scarfs' i ames Chur ° W W *»«*• purses, capalets and belt trln^ | W ^J^1*»<*5L » nungs, Jf you meet a cleverly dressed young lady she will probably be Miss 4-H dressed quite H. o, Bancroft Spanlsh-Ameri- MetuoOist Episcopal Church R, E. Gugeler, pastor We were glad to receive Bruce Kllpatrick into o»jr church last Sunday »nd wtend to Wm » hearty •welcome. Services next Sunday are a,s follows; Sunday school at Morning worship service at JO, »nd story bour for the primary department, f he sermon 8 m . and The tt nj eB service Will be fteld in tfee church. The W. O. T- U. Will haye tjj» regriw. 4t tW« . time the prise aftsayg written by the BcUaol children. wtU be re»d, A drawtUitiajj will also he pr», seated. MM. Kinoaid w m ha hojt0«a to Mt»»iofl»ry iocu fterftQiMk. Mr», «, i« tb» lettdBr, Tfela it the tw tha elwtlou 0| offls tojp the ensuing yaaj-. tha of R. Scott Henry Donner A. F, Olay A, W. Francis James Jones James Henderson Jeste Noah J. S. Mills Andrew Jackson John Carl C. R. Uschey ftnd Mr> " Waltw Dorothy Margaret, David and Anna Edith, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nagel, Dorothy and Clarence, Mrs. Jess Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allensworth, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Crouse, Mr. and Mrt. Buford Pettlgrew, Pauline night visitor In thVhome of hit chum, Lewis Conrad,-Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Retherford and A. O, Wllllamt were Jn Council Bluffs Saturday. Mrt. Robert Pollltt was In'Red Oak Saturday, Mitt Wilma Pollltt of Silver City li visiting relatives here this week, Mr, and Mrs. Will Eulett and daughter of Bartelsville, Kan. are making a visit here with Mrt, i Eulett's brothers, Ed and Robert Pollltt. l Mr. and Mrt, Morrtt Woodflll and children went to Lincoln latt Sunday, This is the last week of school there and the graduation time of their daughter, Viola, •who will finish her course there this coming Friday, Mr. and Mrt. Willis Dye and Mrs. Ebbert Moore, were shop* ping in Glenwood last Saturday. Mr. and Mrt. J. W. Mayfleld and two boys of Tabor were guests last Sunday in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Irvln and Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Bass. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knop and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Seipold were dinner guests last Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pontow. They also attended St. Johns Lutheran church in the morning. Mrs. Oeraldlne Hambtch and sister, Maxlne Dolph, autoed to Peru, Nebr. last week with the; view of Maxine attending college- there this fall. They were very; favorably Impressed with the col* lege and the courses of instrtio-3 tlon. Mrt. , Adam Glpe hat gone' 4 the home of bar oldest daught* Mrs. Tom Bra«elton, for*a cou •'" .Mr ton, Junior. RnT*Mrtf*WJil were ShenanJoah shopper Cain last Saturday, Miss Jessie Gee was a guest Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs, George Gee, ^ Mr. and Mrs. Buford Pettigrsw»»' Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Wederqvjtt, r and Florence Doris were guests in the home of Mr. and Mn. Harry "-"-Ulster last Sunday evening.. all enjoyed Ice cream together. properly match, with accessories to «nd brows wlches, chocolate punch. Joyce, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Mabel Pearson, served delicious refreshments consisting of bread a an<jU cake, and The girts voted Joyce a charm, Ing hostess, Besides o«r regular club members we bad Wm al v}t , Hors. Jeannette L^her, reporter, a'l.unjuiM ........ j, j| IJluw I«e Crpftw Social ftt Spring V.lley „, J bw « L*W> b» M ie« cm» so- fi'i *»* * r *« mH$»l progrsia uwifr tbB auspices «f the Sham, jr<M» 4-H club gjrjls, at the 8^ club all * **_»*: I.*'* -win Eastern Robert P. J. Curtis James Dunla D. B. Goodrich /*<.*** ft i i * T* 1 of. 1918. Geo. Rlckabalib Jfisepb Allen Smith " < - , Shuble B. Army. Julius B. l J- P. Earl 0, R. 8. M, Richard B- U Hi D, A, N, M Qeo. S, Oi 'fli ' WmT Si Oljffti MMtft "All Things Come to Him Who Waits " ... . great world's fair will continue for five months ".\, but why wait till the last minute to sfe it? Go early and see it while it's new,,, see it#t your .leisure,,, miss the enprmo^crow^tiiatTOl be there later in the summer,. »>/iMssJhe extreme heat of M bethe first in your. iveseen le t £ - 'T f^-V^ 1 •tfSJ *k -' <ior vA-.-i.'- *-?ry^ re-,;

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