The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 15, 1933 · Page 6
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 6

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1933
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THE MALVfeR* LEAfttft, WALVtft^ IOWA* HWi t§» f§3S HASTINGS tmm Father and Scat Service at M. E. Church ? 1. D. i visited Dunn of Council with ht» East Liberty Bluffs i Methodist Church HENDERSON Enterlamed service will be *iven ' *». E.I. -d Mr, We hope nil have finished the reading of Epheslans and Philip ! plans. From Jnne 10 to 13 the • assignment Is the Book of Colos- fions of tho community. The fol-,;* trs - lowlns proRiam has been ar-,' N ara ranged: Mnslc. ladles' voices. Anthem. Prayer. Pol". Uorls Priest. Rpndinp, Ruth Dalzell. Mnslc, mixed quartet. Sermon, Rev. L. E. Ripley. Hymn. R. and Crawford. Evelyn. Thelma, and Miss { „.„.,. „ The pastor and some of the Crystal Resh antoed to Glenwood j yonnK people will he at Indlanola this week attending Institute. They will return home Saturday. lie sure to vote on Jnne 26 for the dry rau^e. Vote In the second column "opposing ratification." Come to church next Sunday at 10. It will do you Rood. Church school at 11. Lesson subject, "The Power of the Resurrection." John Imel and daughter. Mrs. Shetterly, were In Maivern Saturday. O. R. HiilchinKs and sister. Mrs. Frorl Priest, returned Frldny from ChlcaKo whore they attend-, , o ......... _ ed the Century of Progress Ejc-| Wfie)t n -i ler ,. ( le underwent an opposition. Miss Doris Priest whoj erat , on for i lcrn j n . has been teachlnp at Hammond j jyj,., Georpe Schurr was a the past year returned with them j ghenandoah visitor Saturday. to spend her summer vacation at j Mr and MrH> Frank Walker of home. Plie returns to Hammond Nebraska visited Sunday in the Saturday. j Master Edward Glttens who has! been rlsltlnK relatives in Red Oak j the past two weeks returned j home Thursday. I Mr. and Mrs. II. P. R«?a and' Mr. and Mrs. Carson and danRh-| ter, Betty, of Essex nnd Miss; Ruth Dalzell vlsltfd Sunday In I the A. H. Crawford home. j R. L. Christie and family vis-; Ited In the Joe Haden home Sun-j day. | Raymond Sliepard was takon the Iowa City hospital noxt year. Mips Roberta Christy came over from Lincoln Saturday for a couple of days visit at home. Frank Van Huskirk returned Friday from Indlanola where he E. H. Ord home. Mr. and Mr*. R. F. Crawford. Ruth Barnes. A violin solo had just graduated from Simpson | lm ], iv colloKO. Frank Is one of our ! and sons, William and Waldo, au- toed to Council Bluffs Thursday. E. H. Ord and son, Elam, au- toed to Omaha on business Sat- i Ladies* Aid Enjoy i Meeting and Program The Ladles' Aid Society held the Jnne meeting at the church last Wednesday afternoon. Following the business session an excellent program was given and much enjoyed by those present, more than forty In number. Three piano solos were Klven, one each by I la Clay, Mary Henderson, and by by Hernice Schoening. Reading Kuth Lutz. Dialogue. Florence Wllhelm and Deta Gary. Vocal duet, Deta Cary and Bernlce Schoenlng. Much credit is due the program committee. Mrs. Frank ]' Dtoaald Alteng-wefln treated Ms £ias$iftat6& at the M. B. sttfl'day i sefreef to a c*ke Jfttt Sunday In of his eJe*e»th Stephens The mefebers of the Christian' Ladles' AW went out to the! „ ., . . . ., _ George Galloway home wednes-' «ar Hastings Were pests Sttn- day where thev were entertained £»* »• , {ne Omltt home. Mrs. by the Lofte Star Ladies' Afd. A >«•»*«»* "?*?".*** I 1 * 8 !>een and s > visiting in their iotae for *o»e time retarded home that day. Clarence McKeettey and family tot dinner in home. The friends ot Maggie MeMnl- len are glad to team she is able to git up some since her recent illness and hope she continues to Improve. fine program was very pleasant afternoon was | j-pent after which a lunch of fee; cream, two kinds of cake, and ice | tea was served. Twenty from here attended. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hnm- phreyville and son, Carl, and wife and son ail of Clarlnda spent Sunday in the C. H. Amick ooffle. Mrs. C. H. Amick and Mrs. Strahan returned from a trip toj Jessie Brown has taken a job at the Coleman store on show nights testing cream. Mrs. Mack Bass and two chtl- Chas. Glpe of last Thursday PlalnVlew, Texas, going down In j drefl""oYaear led" Oak were'vis- the Amick car. Mart Brothers of Emerson shelled and delivered nearly 8,000 bushels of corn last week from the Kllgore farm to the Henderson elefatot. Lorell Viner and family were in Council Bluffs Wednesday. Melvlh Viner, who has been at- itors in town Tuesday. At the ice cream social given Wednesday evening by the mem* bers of the Epworth League $16 were cleared. R. W. Casebolt and family were in Omaha Friday. Mrs. Art Davis visited in Emerson Thursday and Friday. f«rf. fo*»d ft Wti *«t Eftrl Soffeaa a*« faArfry, gff (SftBo-wat and lai&fly a*« Ore* Audrey Midf girt frfettd gate a surprise party at tfce Coifta Aft- droy fcottte Friday ererrfng. It wa» In honor of Mr. Aftdroy'a Wrtn- day. Mrs. Ke» wmraiBs was oper- Ethelyn and Hamet Crawford | mighty fine yonne mm nnd is do- * , llul Frieda Follows we re Red 1 DuVnl and Mrs. Frank Halnea. A serving of a lot of credit for the Oa)i V jf,i (on . Friday. j couple of pep songs for the tem- work IIP has done In completing, ^j,. nn{ j jj ( . Si i.- r nnk Mitchell | peranre cause were also used at hia education. land Donald Paul nutoed to lied j Onk Sunday. j Mr. nnd Mrs. Oliver Achen-j l»a< h and Mrs. Frank Wnldon i :ind some friends of Sln/nandoah ' uuloed to Council Bluff* Sunday i whoro they visited Etvrett Pur-j cell in the hospital tln'ro. j Mr. and Mrs. AVill Alstrope of j Mulvern visited in (lie Charley! her .War, Roberta. J Kc.Ieynd Lawrence Martin returned thej last of the week from Lincoln, Nebr. where he graduated from tho Nebraska State university. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin, and Mrs. J. F. Martin drove out to attend the gradua- Bonj. H. Hai-off has boon elect j ed (superintendent <'f the lipclio-, town consolidated schools In liar-: rl.<:on county for tip.xt year. I Mi?» Valeric Christy, student nurse In tlm Edmundson husplial,; is takliiK her annual vacation and j spending most of It hero. She I went to Lincoln Monday to visit] the close of the program, refreshments. Delicious •<!stIiiK of two kinds of tending school at the University j Phylls Owens visited her sis- of Omaha came home Thursday ter. Dorothy, In Omaha several for the summer. days last week. The Rebekah lodge held their Mrs. Georgia Wilkinson and election of nominative officers' family and Mrs. J. S. Wlllard Tuesday evening after which a delicious lunch of strawberry shortcake and ice cream was Bervcd by the men and was greatly enjoyed by tho ladles. Virginia Hnrbor and Paul home from Slmp- con-, pand- j Rainbow cam were entertained Sunday in the Ed Wilkinson home. Several of our young people went to Maivern Saturday to at* tend the opening day of the swim- pool. ated on Saturday nioraing In the Jennie Edmnndson hospital. She went through the ordeal atl rtgnt and Is getting along nteeTy fttftce. ken WillJanM, Mrs. Peart Mereet, and Mrs. Ho*ard Williams went op that morning and Marfan Maxwell and 'wife and son, Francis, of Lincoln were also there. The following yonng people went to Indlanols Monday to attend the Enworth Leagne Institute: Eleanor Edmondson, Luella Harbor, Elaine Small, Pearl Norton, Ida Simmons, and Dale Harris. Virginia Harbor drove up with them. Both churches field their Children's Day programs Sunday evening. There was a good steed crowd at both programs and both programs were enjoyed, very much. Everyone taking part did fine. Jud Coppock and Bob Wight were over by Morton Mills Bunday afternoon oh a fishing trip. Mrs. Jud Coppock went with them and spent the night at fhn home of her daughter, Mrs. Gerald Pen well, returning home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Elvyn Galloway and wife were in Council Bluffs on business Wednesday morning. Afettf sltiSAari tn& - — rfr cAtisftst} trlCERS toont let tflW ttnfcfc «cM_ ywnt stott&eft. Take ttr. ffiSsff't AdM Tablet* and tfttieUy ot** 5 - eome acid conditions, heartb f ftr6» gonr stomach, indigestion. Collins i>rftg Ce. ,| -.4 Printing * Art • In every pieee 01 Job work we da we employ the latest Ide«s of the printing at* to develop yonr »ate» argiiuients itttd to entphaBlxe your •ellltig points. It Increases your re* tnrns materially* wlrhes, grapefruit pudding with whipped cream and Iced tea were served by Mrs. A. R. Bird, Mrs. R. K. Henderson, anil Mrs. Laura Kerney. A general social time followed. A similar alTalr Is being Geo. Schurr homes j pl . a " n f td for the J " ly , , i with the younR people in charge. to W. F. Crawford autoed Strahan on business Friday. Mrs. Frank Robblns returned home from the Methodist hospital in Omaha Thursday where she had had a tumor operation. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Clites au- toed to Council Bluffs Monday to visit her father, Everett Purcell, at the Jennie Edmundson hospital. j Mrs. W. D. Linthlcum and son, N. W. Colling drove to Coun-1 Jim, were Shenandoah visitors cil Bluffs Monday afternoon. | Monday. tion exercises. Dr. Edgar Christy drove to Council Bluffs Monday to be present at the operation on W. E. Purcell. •• Rev. and Mrs. Munsen were Glenwood visitors Saturday. Miss Valerie Christy visited Thursday evening with Rowena WHY la G-E the ONLY Refrigerator With a 4-YEAR Guarantee on the Mechanism? Mr. and Mrs. Reuel Harman visited Sunday in the A. V. Clites | home, | Kenneth and Loren Kg] Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Barger, Betty and Lindsay and Miss Hazel Owens were Shenandoah visitors one day recently. Miss Thelma McClure from near Maivern has been spending a couple of weeks with her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. McClure, and other relatives here. The Misses Etta and Pearl Miller from near Glenwood and Mra. Kitty Geil of Omaha were guests of Mrs. Frank DuVal one day recently. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Donner and Howard LookabUl of Maivern with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bishop in Glenwood. Mr. and Mrs. G. 8. Purcell came own from Council Bluffs Satur- ay evening and visited over Sun- ay in the Fred Priest home. Mr. and Mrs. Max Shoemaker and baby ot Tabor visited Hast- ugs friends Sunday. Everett Purcell did not improve as rapidly from his accident as was expected so on Friday he was taken to the Edmundson hospital 8^oaay^Cf6TCTylJ?BaTgeFhome. Rev. and Mrs. F. G. Barnes and children, Ruth, Paul, and Lois of Silver City were entertained at supper Thursday evening in the home ot Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Maddocks. There was a large crowd attended the social at the church Thursday evening and $44.75 was taken in. As the ice cream was made and donated by individuals there was very little expense BO $42.66 was cleared for the Ceme- son college, Imlinnola, Tuesday to ppend their summer vacation. Hev. L. D. Thomas and Mrs. A. J. Harbor am! Mrs. John Rainbow drove dp after them. Russel Owe!:*, of Om'r.tia who Is a grandson of Knin OWPHB crndu- ated last Friday from the Uenson high school. Marlln Wilkinson H enjoyinp; his vacation at home. He has been attending the University cf Omaha. Mrs, Pearl Harbor and daughter, Luella, and Misses Virginia and Arlene Hnrbor were in Council Bluffs Thursday. Mrs. Scott Sheian and sons and Mrs. Waldo Edmondson and Morris Harbor were Red Oak visitors Friday afternoon. Gayl-3 Phillips came home Friday from Omaha to spend h-sr summer vacuUon. She has been teaching in an Omaha high school. She is planning some on where an operation was perform-' tery a f soc ! atl °n- All was much ed the following Monday, joining aD ?F. ecl « ed ^ th <» ladles. .he broken ends ot bis collarbone which had not been able to knit heretofore, Mrs. Purcell, Mrs. A. V. Clites, and Mr. and Mrs. Reed accompanied him. HILLSDALE EFORE you buy an electric re. frigerator^-ask about the guarantee. Then draw your pw» conclusions. Tiie Qeneral Electric Monitor Top i is the only refrigerator with an unconditional F O U H,Y BAR GUARAJSTEB m tibe me*han« km. This guarantee Is backed by Electric Cewpany, Everett Butterfleld attended a Rlst family reunion Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Ben- I nie Ward, near Tabor. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Andrews, Dewayne and Vera spent Sunday afternoon at the Melvln Shippey home in Tabor visiting Mr. Andrew.'s father who was celebrating his eighty-third birthday. Mr and Mrs, George Baucom Jr. an.( Gloriana and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sawyers were also in attendance Mrs. Walter Hilton and Laura visited Monday in the Dick Ruse home near East Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hilton and amtly and Mrs. Laura Clark were ' Miss Hazel Owens spent Thursday in Maivern with Mr. and Mrs. A. Esterqulst. After services Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frank DuVal and son, Alan, drove to the home of his brother, Harry, south of Maivern where they were dinner and afternoon guests. Glenwood visitors Friday were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cully, Mrs, R. K. Henderson and Mary, Mrs, Clyde Barger, Betty and Lindsay, and the Misses Hazel Owens anc Josie Kerney. There was going. to • sumwiar weeks, " ". Deloma Copeland who was a former resident here but now of Council Bluffs was among those receiving awards at the Thomas Jefferson high school Wednesday. I While here she graduated from the eighth grade. , Orlo Harris and wife attended a picnic Tuesday evening at Avoca. it was given in honor of those connected with the light company. A very pleasant time was reported. Born — to Mr, and Mrs, Wort- ey Jones of tbe Wales vicinity, ur.e 10, a daughter. We extend congratulations, Orlo Harris and family visited elatives in Shenandoah Sunday. est electrical imnufactur^r in the world— and by your own electric service CWnpsay, |t is possible the built W last a Ufedme, It is sealed ia steel, rc^idrts oo attendon, not even oUiog, Hue G-E Monitor Top i» UBivewnily re«»p»*4 w * gf tMfJlfnctii It h the law* In oat wtt ol hlVJM flMMJifP fi* Th» G-B MoOttr llpp 9/Hff m/Sm MnNMB unday guests of 0. W. Martin in iidoey, a splendid Chil dren's Day program given at the church school hour Sunday by tbe children and young people Each number was well presentee and much enjoyed by those pres ent. The committee' in charge were: Mrs. W. H. Maddocks, Mrs C. M. Nelson, and Mrs. A L Haines. Dr. Warden Rlniel and son James Floyd, drove up from Bed ford Sunday morning and the for mer's mother, Mrs. G. W. Rime} The Telephone saved us $8OOO 4 An Mfaid Incident from • community ««rv«d by Ihli Company, thawing hew •no telephone aril «uy be worth mom than UUphono •ervico co»t» In • lifetime. may have read tbia story in the newspaper . .. and forgotten it. It was just a •mall item: "lire caused by the explosion of a •tore slightly damaged the residence of .... w The owner of the home tells more of the story; Bow his wife rushed to the telephone and called firemen; how they arrived quic&y and put out the fire with chemicals. "If we had not had the telephone, the house would have burned down," he say*, "It is worth 18,000 and wasn't insured." C»erfle«cy c*ll« «• only • t»ull |»rt of telephone WMse. In overy4*y effelrt »ho telephone »*ve» H»« ••4 m* een«e, brlof * frioM* »nd reUtivo* toiether»«ll for • low HOBTHWi«TERN BEH. TBLEPHOHB COMPANY J . ^^^^ ""^^^ ' • ^^T- ^^' ' i ' 9r, : fT .«*•*•>''.*^S ^^ L«i'«£i''" • ; !;. '<- - V\ '-}*:" accompanied them to Counc; Bluffs, That evening they brpusft Virginia Anthony is visiting I i 10018 Mr - Rlme * v &° had bees his week with Mr. and Mrs.' lq the Edmundsoi* hospital fpr George Scott la Glenwood. • more an tl>ree -W ee )«. He 8t«e4 Laura Hilton. Parlene Yen, I tbe V Jp <julte weU 8lMj Is, and Weyne Hilton drove to f* Qrnlng aU weftt Q * to •«4 Mrs. Lee Mr§, BtuU» 8»*yajr», Oliver> «ua Mr». H. Joseph, MO- tor a few days visit §nd on Sunday Journeyed on to Fort Leaveuworth, where they spent the day Bernard Gray o| Mncoln. Q B their retura they visited in Kan. o remain {or a few days. Collier Boston, of 9*aJY«» a caller in the boaw ef MF. Mrs. Q. w. Rlwel Sundfty ntag. Mrs. 8*8 City. Mo. a few days and in. spite of tbe beat they had a pleasant trip, Ira NUM and i»nd fcW Silver City one d»y la«

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