The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 15, 1933 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1933
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PAGfeFOUft LOCAL NEWS Of 7 THE WEEK IN MALVERN ton* friend* wm appreciate having thrtr vtalt* mentioned to thts* column*. Phone 109. fttfe MALVfelK LiAtm MALVfeftfr tWA, Itmt t§, tMI ^^ggg^gg^jjgg^igjassssBa MRS, EAftl BATES Mrs. Oscar Finkle and children are spending a couple of weeks vacation wfth relatives and friends near Grant and Cumberland out near their old home. Oscar looks pretty lonesome but thinks he may be able to stand it another week. Harold Breeding came In fron Chicago last week for a couple of days visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Guy Breeding. He returned Saturday taking with him bis wife and children who had been visiting a couple of weeks In the parental home. Mr. Breeding's home Is In Schenectady, New- fork, where he holds a responsible position With a big electric corporation. He has been In Chicago the past few weeks supervising the Installation of a part of the electrical equipment at the big exposition. He Is making good in this line of work, as we fully expected him to do, when he engaged In It. Mrs. E. C. Kayton returned the middle of the week from a few days visit with her sister, Miss Emma DeHart, in Plattsmoutli, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Don McClymond and little daughter came in last •week from Lacona for a few days Visit with their parents, Mr. nnd Clarence Heddlng and Louis Storey were visiting In Glenwood Tuesday. C. L. Dnrlch of Council Bluffs was In Malvern Tuestfay visiting his son, Dewey. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dashner and daughters were In Glenwood Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller came np from Imogene Monday evening to attend the meeting of the Clover Farm Store* held here In the F. A. Mulhoiland store, they operate a Clover Farm Store In Imogene. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Baker, Eugene and Delores of Blooinlngton, 111. came Saturday and visited until Sunday evening In the Frank Juelke home. Mrs. Baker Is Mr. Juelke's sister. They left Sunday evening- for Kansas and will stop here on their return. ' Dr. James Soderstrntn of Glea-'r wood and Dr. and Mr*. Kenneth I Soderstrnm of Seattle, Wash, were guests in the home of their uncle. Dr. M. S. Campbell, Wednesday of this week. Dr. and Mr*. Kenneth Soderstrum and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Soderstrnm and Virginia leave tomorrow for Clear Lake for a couple of week* outing. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Raines nnd sons. Jack and Billy, drove in from Sterling. Colo. Monday evening and arc visiting her parents and other relatives In Shenandoah. They will visit relatives here before returning home. Mrs. Sam Walker and two children, Shirley and Billy, left Wednesday of last week to drive to Sheridan, Wyo. to visit her parents. Miss Evelyn Paulson ac- Mrs. J. R. McClymond. Mr. Me-1 companled them on the trip. Clymond has been superintendent of the Lacona schools the past year and has been re-elected for another year. Jiggs, Katzenjammers, Popeye, Nebbs, Barney Google, Toots and Casper, Sklppy, Sappo, Blondle, Toonerville, Mickey Mouse, nnd all the really popular comics are now found only in the Sunday BEE-NEWS. adv. 46tf. Mrs. Esther Swanson ot Rock ham. So. Dak. and Rev. Elbert Nickerson of Wahoo, Nebr. visited last week here with their mother, Mrs. Amanda Nickerson, and other friends, leaving for their homes Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Schick of Emerson was over Saturday visiting her ton, Mflo, and wife north of Malvern. W. F. Aiiurews from West of town was In Saturday and called to advance his subscription another year and also ordered It sent another year to his daughter, Mrs. Frank D. Sawyers. He •aid the ad be had in last week him the owner right away and It Mrs. Edna Van Steenbergen and two children of Prairie City, visited here the past week with her father, Fred Borene, and her sister, Isa, and other old time friends. Rev. and Mrs. Paul IT. Hicks and daughters, Alice Marylln and Emily Jean of Logan, were here Tuesday to attend tbe funeral of Mrs. Earl Bayes and stayed over for a few hours with their numer- our Matvern friends. Mrs. Carl Hertz Jr. is reported to be recovering rapidly from her operation two weeks ago in the Jennie Edmundson hospital and will In all probability be able to be brought home by the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Salyers, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Donner, and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McCausland spent Sunday In Harlan with Mr. and Mrs. George Rosenfeld. Mrs. E. C. Kayton and Mrs. R. W. Salyers and son, Robert, spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Kay ton—"P e Helping H oward ceie- brate his fiftieth birthday. Other BU e Bta we re Mr. and Mrs. Charle* _._ j . • . _ _ proved to be a near neighbor. . Up to Yankton, S. D. and other) Kayton ot Btrahan . places near there Monday drove , , , Geo. F. Salyers and sons, T. L. Jo9 Weur ' ls and R. W.. and Elam Ord of Hastings. They returned the same day. I, L. Donner, Mr*. Roy Donner and daughters, Marjorie and Delpha, and Miss Amy Hammers au- toed to Indianola last Wednesday. Arrangements were made for Miss Marjorie Donner to enter Simpson college this fall. idly since his return from the Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Fargo and daughter, Dorothy, of Tabor were Thursday evening gnests In the T. B. Caudell home. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lyons and Miss Thelma Fredrlcks of Magnolia visited In the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Landis, Sunday. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John Sessino of Paris Island, North Carolina, cousins of Mrs. Landis. Joe Deardorff Sr. and Mrs. Lou Barkus and daughter, Betty Lou, ilan to leave Friday morning for Ladysmith, Wis. where Mrs. Barkus will have charge of the Armstrong's hotel while Mrs. Armstrong and her father, Mr. Deardorff, motor on to Chester, Pa. for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wlegard. Paul Gates came down from Omaha Saturday and Sunday in company with Mrs. Gates and Bobby they motored to Omaha for a visit. From there they returned to Hastings, Nebr. Mrs. Gates and children hare been j here for a week visiting at the parental G. S. Eacrett home. Peggy and Charlotte remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Robert Criswell is in Omaha getting acquainted with the new grandson and Incidentally seeing to U that Mrs. Dallas Criswell and he are getting along O.K. frow the County Seat Poll* at Eight and Clos< at Eight the election next Tuesday on the qnestlon of repeal or re-tain the 18th amendment will be conducted the same as any other election excepting that the Judges and clerks serve without pay. The poll* open at 8 o'clock a. m. and close at 8 o'clock p. m. The Judge* and clerks already named by the committees and coanty will serve. If, however, any fail to show up those present wilt appoint others to take their place. Of the same beliefs (Continued from page 1) conducted the services, assisted by Rev. R. E. Gugeler of the Malvern M. B. church. Maslc was furnished by Mrs. F. R. Chantry, Mrs. L. A. Talbott, R. W. Criswell, and J. R. McClymond, with Mrs. Zelma Fletcher as accompanist. The floral offerings were beautiful and profuse and were In charge of Mrs. Paul Glynii, Mrs. J. H. Beckwlth, Mrs. Harold McCain, and Mrs. Pan! Slothower. Burial was in the beautiful Malvern cemetery. The pall bearers were old neighbors when they lived in thi* vicinity: 3. H. Beckwith, Harold McCain, Elmer Flckel, Thomas Davis, Paul Olynn, and Henry Aistrope. .. 4_ . ._ ,, ... \y if it n t anil nts u i j ft. tot-1 wf c=* as the absentees if possible; it I The following ,| fe ske tch was not, any one who will serve, it unable to secure the substitutes, the member* present will go ahead with the election with those present. So announces County Auditor E. A. Schade. Eight Marriage Licenses lotted Pa«t Week The marriage license business is picking up and Clerk Greene issued eight permits since our last report. Wlllard Kochenderfer of Silver City came Wednesday night and visited until Saturday with his sister, Mrs. T. B. Caudell. He has been given his work again with the Union Pacific railroad and has a brakeman run from North Platte, Nebr. to Cheyenne, Wyo, Dale Dyke left this week tor Peru, Nebr. where he will take some special work In the Nebraska State Teachers' college this summer. Little Ruth Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Clark, suffered a hemorrhage last week after her operation removing her tonsils and they took her back to the hospital. It checked before they reached the hospital, bow- ever, and since then she improved rapidly and Is now apparently well. Mrs. Roy Caudell has suffered ~nW"paBF"WT — 19. Thurman. They were married the same day by Justice Blrdelle Wllklns. Everett B. Hatcher. 28, Malvern, and Edith Campbell, 18, Glenwood. 8: Clyde I. Ryall, 22, Council Bluffs, and Bernlce Rodee, 18, Council Bluffs. They were married the same day by Rev. J. F. Blngaman, June 10: Bernard Stump, 22, Omaha, and Ann Kruntorad, 21, Omaha. They were married the same day by Rev. J. Irving Brown. Harold Reed, 21, Omaha, and Cleda Gilleaple, 20, Omaha, June 12: Zopher Perkins, 21, Malvern, and Mrs. Nellie Hatfleld, Malvern. W. H. Black, 21, Omaha, and Dorothy Schmidt, 18, Omaha. June 12: Arthur Mclntosh, 22, Council Bluff*, and Marion Watkins, 1 S, Weston. They were married the same day by Justice Blr- delle Wilkins. given: Bertha Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sheley, was born in Lincoln county, ill., Jan. 11, 1889 and died at her home near Clarinda, June 11, 1933, at the age of forty-four years and five months. She was married Jan. 14, 1916 in Omaha to Earl Bayes. To this union three children were born: Gretchen Claire, Howard Sheley, and Richard Gene. Queen ift Hef e cm ** flftf Hi P atfc From all over Mills came 4- H club members last Thnrsday to participate In the organization* annual rally day. The ceremonies and functions thereof were held nnder the wide-Spreading elms of Paddock park. Crowning event of tbe day, literally and figuratively was the coronation of the corn queen, done In the Festival of the New Corn. A charming ceremony, the event consisted of the march of the court and attendants to the throne, the crowning of the queen by the 1932 qneen and the corn festival. Pretty Jeannette Luther of north of Hasting*, daughter of Mrs. Ward Flckel, previously selected as qneen, lead the court. Bearing her regal train, and much bored by this honor, wa* young Donald Parker whose democratic tastes favored not such courtly formality. Upon the new queen'* head was placed the 4-H tiara by Marjorie Donner, last year's queen. The greater part of their mar-. No'stranger to honors, Queen ftoy B. Cfagfeler. Pastor f if* wtfr* ffttfre 1 * Chm-eft jgefctfrf Is pfo£ire«ttnt fine, the enrollment ot pupils fttesday wt* SMy. f&e total en- rottment, tnehtding teachers and helpers i« fcevewty. Cte* fmpre*- sfon f* that practically the whole group is proceeding Wfth a tery worthwhile work to a nappy, interested, and Indnstrions Way. Onr Bible reading assignment from Julie 14 to Jane go I* Psalms 73 to 89. Next Sunday morning the Sonday school honf Will be shortened a little so that the Dally Vacation Church school demonstration program can start at 10:45. The demonstration promise* to be very Interesting. An endeavor Will be made to give a conception ot some of the Work done in the school. Thi* will be our Chll* dren's Day program. AH offering will be taken at this service. Our church will cooperate with the Glenwood churches In a Temperance Rally in Glenwood Sunday evening. No evening service here. Mills Countiaji* Get from I.S.C. Tax Money Coming in More Freely OPENING FRIDAY We're opening our new Ice Cream Parlour in the Empress Theater building Friday. Hot Sandwiches Ice Cream Cold Drinks Always clean and delicious T bt let Crtim PARLOR Pon and Ray Raiaes hospital June 4 and laat Saturday was able to ride Into Hastings to the barber to get shaved. Jack Mulhoiland returned last week from Des Moinea where he had been attending commercial school in North Des Moines high school the past year and staying with bis sister, Mrs. Viola Shar- at. Mr. and Mrs. Sharrat have :one to Whitewater, Wia. where hey are taking some special work n the Wisconsin State Normal school this summer. Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Soderstrum and daughters, Virginia and Mrs. Nathaniel Booth, and Mr, Booth, all of Omaha, their eons, Dr. Kenneth Soderstrum and wife of Seattle, Wash, and Dr. James Soderstrum ot Glenwood, were guests In tbe Dr. M. S. Campbell home Sunday and all enjoyed a picnic dinner together. Mrs. I, R. Hendricks came down from Omaha Tuesday for an extended visit with Mrs. J. R. Scott and other Malvern friends. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith and Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Hossle are moving today from the Hossle residence on Main street to the been quite sick again. They expect to take her back to the hospital in Savannah, Mo. today for further treatment there. Mlas Doris Priest ot Hastings and Miss Lucie Porter of Truro, who is visiting her, were over yesterday trying their golfing skill on the Falrvlew course. Mrs. Fred Farquhar, Mrs. Albert Pace, Mrs. Frank Juelke, Mrs. Grant Chamberlain, and Mrs. Verne Dunn attended the funeral ot Mrs. Earl Bayes at Clarinda Tuesday. Taxes are coming In a little faster the past few I^Aflnf V~"*l*i*BBa***ttttt 1 More than 12,000 were paid in last Saturday. Let the good work go on. Fire Alarm; Little Damage A fire alarm Monday afternoon called the fire department to tho rear of the Bradley Variety store. Sparks from a trash fire bad blown into tbe basement and against the door. Tbe firemen quickly bad it under control and little damage was done, pur good ried life was spent in this county but about three year* ago they moved to a farm near Clarinda where they resided at the time of her death. She united with the Christian church when a young lady and when they came to Randolph in 1916 she united with the Methodist church there, later transfer- Ing her membership to the Methodist church in Malvern where she took an active part In it* work. She taught a class In Sun* day school and for a long time had charge of the Standard Bearer* doing an excellent work with these young people. She leave* to mourn her pass- Ing the faithful husband and children, one brother,' Elmer Sheley. and two sister*, Mr*. Emma Steinhour and Mr*. Henry Risary, all of Lincoln, 111., one half brother and two half slater*, besides many other relative* and a host of friends. Card of Thanks We desire In this way to express our sincere appreciation to the American Legion and Auxiliary, to the Methodist Ladles' Circle, and to the many other friends for their act* of kindness and ex- time of the death and funeral of our loved one. The Bayes'Family R. W. Mansfield'* Father Died in Hamburg June 2 Harry Mansfield Sr,, father of R. W. Mansfield of Malvern, died at his home in Hamburg, June 2, following a long illness. Mr. Mansfield spent much of his time with bis father during hi* later Illness. A large circle of his Malvern Mrs. Harry Barkus and son. i flre ,f p " tment , ls ° ne of o » fl H Mends went to Hamburg June 4 •rkiev Aiivn f«H v!. ?™rf wood B Dest asBet8 - *° *"end the "»>*ral «"»d the en- Berkley Allyn. and Mrs. Leonard Williams motored in Wednesday from their homes at Kearney, County Recorder Hattie M. Brown is in Omaha tbis week Nebr. for a visit at the parental' with her sister. Miss Nellie H. O. Allely home and with other' Brown, who recently underwent relatives and friends. They report crop conditions fine there, having had twelve inches of rain- another operation in tbe Nicholas Senn hospital. She seems to be recovering very slowly and fall In the month of May. A let', Hattie is up there to be near and ter received from there Tuesday with her when needed, told of its raining there again on | Sunday night. A family dinner DotOthv Buch Fifftt W«H hnlri at tha Allnlv hnwnn a,,n- I ff *t» Tf+9ff •**•**•»• •» »* in Music Contest Scores Perfect i» Apprecia- was held at the Allely home day in their honor. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. M, L. Allely and sons, Drexel and Darrel Dean, of Randolph, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Allely, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Tholl and son. Jack, of Council Bluffs were Sunday guests in the A. P. Kll* martin home. Walter Smith house on Marion! Mr ,. carfv. Johnson of Red DuvTwiU mo^f,^ I W* <*" «"»* «W«rtStoSWilb her Duval will move from the Rhine- daoghter, Mrs. Ralph Elnnall, hart property to the Hossla houas. rturi who has not been feeling well. Bobby Barkus th h« * at the home of her »I»ter- *7 Dg »Wt«IJ6l Kent returned to their borne after a three ration Day. Mr. and Mrs. Baton Tannant Jennie Strohl for the summ«». jg t Vorne Dunn. Upholstery— Saturday for a visit in tbe A. P- Kilmartin home. The Powers are friend* that formerly lived in St. .touts and are enroute to Chicago to attend the World's Fair. Mrs. Harry Barkus* end Berkey Allyn and Mrs. Leonard Wil- lauu spent Monday and Tuesday at the M. L. AlUly home near Randolph. tion Competition at 4.H Rally ^ P*y A good ear, good memory and good appreciation has Dorothy Buch for music. Thursday, during the music appreciation contest held during tbe county 4*H club rally day, she scored, » perfect record to win the contest. Second in the contest were Marjorie Donner, Jeajnn,ett9 ther, Dorothy and Winter Garments Cleaned, proved, 4«-tuottied uud stored very reasonable. Cloning, ProiiiDg, Tiiltriif W typ «f work you may need ami *« tlu> ittwwt your WW*. II mwu «t UO«B keen* *ttl» Will return lu yuu, wwrk Mfe. Mil Ma* f» Hi Beaton Strippere SUrt New The crew of bltt» «tripp«r« Bradley, each swriflB f §• Oelpha Donner, Deta Gary, NBTfflft gbau.L Virginia Slaughter, Bditb B and Geneva Sell ea°k moored First in clubs }» tb§ was the Clover imt giT8»P« The contest coj^nrl CQ of tbe following nu»here: "By the WatWft el MIBB&' tonka," "Una p/ thj glfy BJue Water," vacal nojoa to Mrt, WW4 "Turkey In Goes tbe "Stars oud, §|fton f«j| pfctto duet by Mftr^m wwj nna ¥V\nnn» *V v1 «,» * t tire community join us in extending sympathy Jn his bereavement. The Hamburg Reporter had tbe following; Following an illness of fifteen weeks, H. Mansfield died at bis borne in Hamburg on Friday. He had been in poor health for a number of years, but was able to be up and around most of the time, and when he took to bis bed he realised that tbe end was near. During his residence in Hamburg be made many friends who mourn bis going. Harry Mansfield was born in St. Joseph, Mo., Oct. 18. J8«8, and died in* Hamburg, Iowa, June ?, 1933, aged sixty-four years, seven months, and fourteen days. For tbe greater part o| bis life be was in railroad employment and served as locomotive engineer for thirty years on tbe Qreat Westera lines retiring in J9J7. Tea years' ago be moved with bis fatally to Hamburg, sad wag Jeannette was county health champion last year, and placed second in the beauty contest held at the- opening ot the Malvern Municipal swimming pool last year. She will represent Mill* county at the state convention at Ames June 14-15. In the annual election of officers for the county 4-H organisa- tion, the following were chosen: Marjorie Donner, Sllverettes club, president. Virginia Slaughter, Wide Awake club, vice president. Margaret Angus, Clover Leaf club, secretary and treasurer. Pauline Lemert, Clever Cooks club, historian. Attendance statistics showed that the Wide Awake club of Center township had the largest number present at 10 a. m. with thirteen. Clever Cooks and Shamrock club* tied for second place and Clover Leaf was third. Tbe rally wa* arranged by Mrs. Clinton Parker, county chair man ot girls' 4-H clubs. She was assisted by Miss Lulu Tregonlng, assistant state club leader, and tbe leader of eacb of the county clubs; Mrs. Roy Donner of tbe Silverettes, Mrs. W. L. Flckel of tbe Clever Cook*, Mr*. Charle* K»y*»»»-p***h»'Olo^«r L*>f, Mil* Eulalle Larison of the Sliver Cloud, and Miss Helen Buch of the Wide Awake. In the queen's retinue were, besides Miss Luther, Miss Donner and young Mr. Parker, Martida Davis as flag bearer, Bernice Scboenlng, Lois Wilson, and Geneva Sell. Two Mills county student* were among the 600 Who received degrees at the annual commencement exercise* at Iowa State col* lege at Ames Monlay morning. Pres. Raymond M. Hughes gave the commencement address and conferred tbe degree*. The students from Mill* count* are Milfred Raymond Dunn ot Glenwood who received the de> gree of Bachelor of Science in Forestry, and Gordon Theodore Peterson of Emerson who was granted a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering. It's always CCCL at the New* of the Churches Presbyterian Church Henry Dale White, Minister Sunday school at 10. Morning worship at ll. Tbe text of tbe morning discourse is "Make straight paths fo.« your feet, lest, that which is lame be turnei o«t of tbe wav.".— Heb. 12; 5. gaged in furniture and un,, Baptist Church L. R, Bobbitt, Pastor Morning worship at 1J, it It is bot tbe service will be' held in tbe basement where it is always t-ool. The Vacation Church school children will have charge of a part of tbe service. There are sixty-eight pupils enrolled in tbe school. f Sunday school as usual, but we could make it unusual by a large attendance and o studied lesson. Malvern cfcurcbes will -cooper' ate with the Glenwood iB & Temperance Raij evening in Gleuwoad. There w|l{ be no Union evening service bere, MALVERN Oar Mammoth cooling system keep* the temperature comfortable constantly. Friday & Saturday A Zane Grey western ,* Stewart Erwin, Fred Cabler "UNDER THE TONTO PINE" Added Short*. Adm. to« and 25c Sunday & Monday Greatest dramatic production of the time*. Cecil B. DeMilles road show, dramatic special— "THE SICN OF THE CROSS" Added abort attraction. Because this is » percent, age pictwe and contracted at a certain admission we are compelled to charge JOc and 980, Wednesday Merchant* Rarpdn Night HiindQUft comedy * William Halne*. "SET MSN QUICK WAUINfiFORD" Coning Sunday ana Monday, .fune gfi, 8fl, Wheelw and Woolwy Ju "SO THIS IS AFRICA" dertaking business, On Oct. 88,1891, be was united, in marriage to Margaret Mare!*,' ef it. Joseph, and to tbis union I two SOBS w«rs h«r», Roy W. of i *^ m S' £?* H * w N> * °* tW8 ' place, Besides bis widow and two I be leave* tbe and sisters: John 8«a»fe, Q* Angles, fa. Mftarteld of Aiyajo, Qr e u e&Artw WawiflBid ef 8? B' o ^n 14 °S Mr*. «, *K Hall and f««, «f KftMM City, 40.60 m. Oil . c»l iQlo by Vejp, St. ot oa will tturt to work UU» w»ek , K«br,, Uut that piae* W«dm*d»y, TU»y ot "TWMiuamttr. collect §u4 o«r» Jwr MftU. «r«w wilt bj JVul W«*U, Uwvsr t«4 ouvwr Compare this A Fo?d Y§ stock as? is new making B Won run, 4uriag wMch it wttuSJs §v«rgg8 fiSffi baa traveled ttn» days wl tbr feUowfeg

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