The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 29, 1933 · Page 7
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 7

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1933
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^^^^^^^^MMMHMH^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HMHHHMM«m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^JB^S^^^^^^^^^^T^^^^^^^^BSBSBS^^BSHB HASTINGS TOE HALVED HALVES*. mm. JU1« « .«. Waldo B. iSlMH^9WM$Ml SStt ». affd »*t- A. fc OMIMb ft* tf fcotne from CWt*g6 Jane Mere M *** MMM!* «* tt tto fTttffiiif tttltfttat et* frnfsiaw*, 4t« He DM net 'M fit faftf he wfll MKtfc, [a t. —. 'litt w« Mr. and Mri. 0. f, Carlson %** -m. i Jl ifc^'t'fc Jl^Hlr' Jfc jfcfct ^kJhUt^ .JffeorstBu tuvtr ni*y*nrB6 wwr* Itig anniversary test Sunday. ie present wefe tit, and MM. sugh and three daughters of u Bluffs, Mr. and Mrs. Afr> io*y Brlley and son, Mf. and ft*. Ray Kelley aad children, If. and Mrs. Lyie Howard, Ad* legenonr and son, Buddy, and .fcafley Carlsoft. They brought welt filled bas- tets and a bountiful dinner in* eluding chicken and tee cream, iras served. In spite of the heat jt good time was had. the after* soon was pleasantly spent visit* 18. We wish Mr. and Mrs. Carlson nany more happy anniversaries. Mrs. E. B. Wallehan and Brace; _.jive moved down from Council I •Stuffs and are occupying the [apartments above the Colling ore. Bruce is helping Mr, Going in the store, Miss Ona McGrew of Des Hoines visited over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Grouse. Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Christy and daughter, Valerie, drove to Oienwood Thursday afternoon bad attended the meeting ot the Hills County Medical Society rhlch was held at the Institution. Mr. and Mrs. 0. 8. Purcell and Kaxlne of Council Bluffs and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Purcell of Nebraska City were here last Sun- flay, guests in the W, 8. Young borne. The occasion was the wed- plng anniversary of the Youngs md G. 8. Purcells. they celebrate ogether every year. Dr. Christy reports the birth of son, Sherman Brooks, born to Kr .and Mrs. Elva Crawford In he Wesley Chapel neighborhood "hursday, May 15. Mr, and Mrs. R. B. Polndexter Athlean and Roland drove up •pro Lenox Sunday, to visit in Ptrtt gate i Surprise - to; S*t«bfat* Ko*e*a>* Mrtfc, Friday trenfaf. Wilde Btftd »h»tt ttncMi cam* £jft tire etettftf and toft feet *£** W«*d, Arditfc ijwen*, **! (Jit. Afcont 8 o'cfeeit tor&ftgfct Set home afrd ft *is ** * snrptlse to fcef is ttrefe *^ 10 ** *««« *«»*te she entered the 6o«se. 1*?** Resent Wete: i%ttH Christy, « * ,,/HMel. ir«4;jjf3mSB£*oJ5Ji' .annab, and family, all of Oak- Mid, drove down Sunday and |pent the day in the R. L. Christy pome. Maynard Bueschausen ot Loup Pity, Nebr. came in Monday morning and Lawrence Martin *nd he left for Chicago to attend Ihe exposition. Mrs, J, F, Martin Accompanied them as far as Mob- nouth, in. to Tlsit the Barnums. Miss Valerie Christy returned Friday to her duties as nurse in pennle Edmundson hospital after f pleasant two weeks vacation at pome. Miss Josephine Haden visited {•Way night with Mias June bristle. B.-£,*?* Wr«, Roy Vinw of Randolph visited rafctivw In l own over the week $ n <j, Joe Haden and - family, visited EL^o h ? !ne of ""• H *rto» Wii. fcn " Sunday, • Saturday wa f*rt»jM» »9t g !* weu *» «* hack to the ene Quimby, Frieda , stbelyn Crawford, Wal- »^ -J* Sdg*f and Regina Look- ftMM, Kieth Marsh, Joe Clark, A^ ?!*?*» elw ' Raymond, Rowena, and Margaret Shepard, Refreshments of ice cream, wafers, and orangeade were served. All reported a nice time and wish Rowena many more happy birthdays, Ladles' Aid Gave Niice Lawn Party the ladies of the Methodist church, or rather the Ladies' Aid society, gave a very pretty lawn party tuesday afternoon of last week at the home ot Mrs. Fred Martin and Mrs. J. F. Martin, the program was given In the Fred Martin home and consisted of music and song and planning for the Flower and Quilt show to be held next September. the lawn proved to be dusty so the refreshments were served just the other side of the lawn In the Mrs. J. F. Martin home and were dainty and toothsome, the serving committee were Mrs. J. F. Martin, Mrs. Henry Washburn, Mrs. Chas. Vlner, Mrs. Will Resh, Mrs. Setnon Cox, Mrs. Walter Boylan, Mrs. J. J. Starr, and Mrs, Edgar Christy. there were sixty ladles present and a very delightful time is reported. , f, a*d *. LBrWtt Sotftyt&ell OtSbS, all tot Attfelw, Cftltt., tfSttfd ett *« 8ta*Mnf8 t^esdaf oi * *««*• ftrty ^ere entOBte e• frwtt i trip east wftefe tftey Md ittewed commencement at Me*«i6iiftB esllete tit Jfontooittb, . w&ete Miss Mary gradnated this month and then traveled east ffifWni tfte eifosltfon In Chicago asd other places of intetest. ladles are daughters of the Hrte B. P. Sosbystteil, one of the pioneer business men of Hastings, ind spent their childhood days mere, bnt moved to California more than forty years ago. Mrs. A. V. elites antoed tt Council Bluffs Where she visited her father who is In the Jennie Edmnndson hospital Monday, where he underwent a minor operation and had a silver plate removed. Mrs. fltayden Clark and daugh- spent Monday In the Ira Hutch- flgs home In Malvern. Miss Pauline Gary of Carson is visiting a few days this Week with ler cousin. Miss Lorraine Clark. Joyed a picnic WeKlWsday evening tt the Scott timber; after strpper tbe group Went thfottgh an old cafe and then itttdtft to Malvern where they attended & show. A good time was reWted. the yo«ng people of Wesley Chapel put on a missionary play in the Methodist cinrch Sunday evening, it was entitled "From Small Beginning*" and was well glvea. there wag a nice in attendance. the kindergarten, primary, Junior, and intermediate departments of the Sunday school are being reofganlted. the course Ot study used in the Vacation Bible school will be ttsed for a time, they will ptove fefy interesting. Miss Ardtth Owens returned tnesday of last w«ek from Chicago where she made a ten day visit with Miss Claire Haley of that city. While there she attended the commencement activities of the National College of Drugless Physicians from which Waldo E. Grouse of Hastings was a graduate. She also spent several days at the Exposition. Cecil Woods aad family and Miss Blanche Woods autoed to Missouri Sunday to visit a few days. PAGESEVEH »t%. Hfttd Itffttffgg and daughter, ftefofby, *fto bat* been vtt-. ffinf in dttttM returned home the last of the we»t. HENDERSON Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kepple and daughter, Betty, and Mr. Stockstell visited In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orrille Stockstell Sunday. Morse Forsythe of Shenandoah was a visitor in town last week. Clarence Christie and family of Sbenandoab visited Saturday and Btftt|ay:tin4thtSh"om<f*'ot*?ir^and' fMr«,*;Ralph"Hanscom. Miss Aleene Quimby autoed to Lincoln Thursday. Mrs, W. D. Linthicum and Jim and Mrs. R. L. Christie and son, Gerald, visited Thursday in the Less Dawson home at JUverton. Jim, Wayne, and Wendell Ord and Miss Marguerite Edle of Nebraska spent the week end with their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Hanscom and son, Robert, were Red Oak visitors Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schurr and daughter, Ruth Jean, visited relatives in Red Oak over Sunday, Elmo Smith had a slight attack of appendicitis last week. Mr, and Mrs, George Peering of Brule, Nebr. visited Sunday in the Roy Quimby home. . Edward Derrlckson accompanied his aunt, Mrs. A. L, Gustaf- 8on, to Council Bluffs Friday evening where they remained until Sunday evening with Mr, Gustaf- BOB who le a patient in the Jennie Edmundson hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Shamlain and children of Wheelers grove visited Sunday In the home of Mrs. W. 0. Llothlcum. Firemen Clear $160 Saturday at Henderson Henderson Fife Dept Entertainment Drew Large Crowd The festiral and entertainment put on in Henderson last Saturday night by the local fire department was a brilliant success from every standpoint, they had a good supper and entertainment, a splendid patronage and every one who helped seemed to enjoy it. the boys are very grateful to all who helped make it so. the big chicken dinner was the first feature. It was served In the Methodist church by the Ladles' Aid Societies of both the Methodist and Christian churches and it was a real feed. L. W. Boehner of the Malrern Cold Storage company sent over forty-eight dressed chickens for the occasion in appreciation of a run the Henderson boys once made when he had a fire. More than 300 people partook of the dinner. ,. .Vance, the,Magician, next fln- In St. Pauls Minn. PAUL ttato Radvctton rtv» tical performances thai' -greatly pleased all. then came the moving pictures after which the prizes were distributed. Later came the dance in tne McSweeney building as a closing feature ot a very full evening. the proceeds, something over $160, will be used by the firemen to buy some needed accessories and equipment for their work, the boys asked us to publish the following appreciation: The Henderson Community Fire Department wants to thank L, W. Boehner for the chickens furnished for our supper. They were mighty fine, We want to thank the Ladies' Aids of our two churches for the excellent preparation and serving of the supper. We want to thank Prof. N, B. Vance for bis hour ot entertain- meat which was enjoyed by all. We want to thank the musicians who helped make our dance a success, Wo want to thank those who donated the prizes. We appreciate the short talks made by Chief stephenson and Fireman Kline of the Red Oak Department, We want to thank the Davis Cafe for the use of the hall for our dance, We fully realize the condition of our country financially at the present time and appreciate the support given us which was above our expectations, And, lest we forget, the spirit shown all through, this undertaking by the public is the real tent «f friendship and loyalty to our It way he bitterly cold and stormy when you have to turn in an alarm but it makes our task seem lighter when we know you are behind us one hundred per cent, John Rainbow, President. Oeo. W. Wilson, Chief. A. P. Phillips, Asst. Chief. J. W. Shanks, Arthur Frltch- er, O. J. Harris, Board of trustees. tUOEDOAK ^-^iV^,*' 3 {«e<r,- &-1T ALL. FOR 50c J I8i80 nooo, Gigantic Float • B 8 p. m, Gorgeous Rlecirioal Parade, Walter Cassott and son, Alvln, from northwest ot Henderson shipped out three cars of heavy fat cattle to Chicago Saturday night over the Burlington. Alvin accompanied them.and will see the exposition while there. These cattle were long fed and extra good. They averaged over 1600 pounds each. It will be recalled that on June 18 the big cow barn at the Clar- Inda State hospital caught fire, and the fire spread to other buildings, causing a loss of about $26,000. Last Sunday Dr. R. D. Smith, superintendent, with his wife and daughter, accompanied by Ralph Hughes, steward, and his wife, made a trip to the Institution at Glenwood to inspect the cattle barn there and to get some ideas p" toTb^Jlorffi^Tri^On the return trip these persons came to Henderson and made a very pleasant visit at the 0. H. Amick home, it will be recalled that Dr. R. D. Smith succeeded Dr. Max E, Witte as superintendent of the Clarlnda State hospital, He is an old friend of the Amicks when they resided in Page county. Ed Duke of Stanberry, Mo. had business in town one day last week. Mrs. Pearl Harbor and children j and Virginia Harbor went to I Plattsburg, Mo. Friday for a few days visit with relatives. Harry Daugherty had business in Glenwood Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. Glen Scheffert of Avoca spent the week end in the Elmer Sowers home, Mrs. Scott Sheeban and sons were visitors in Red Qsk Saturday. Sandy Walker and wife ot Malvern visited friends here Friday, We are sorry to report that Mrs. Minnie Carlson is having a siege of lumbago, a. M. Workman of Sbenandoab visited in town Saturday. Elmer Dinwigdje is §b}e to be about town again following an attack of heart trouble, Mrs, Ward Cunningham and daughter, Eleanor, returned the last of the week from, a several weeks stay with her parents in South Dakota. Will Brews and daughter, Basel, visited Mr, Brown's nephew at the Jennie Edmundson bospi- 1*1 Wednesday. He wag kicked by g horse several days ago breaking hia-Jaw bane, 8j»m Phelps and family Sianchard visited Ml the ] PbUlips ho.we Sunday, lie* Phillips went home with tfeem for & visit, After tbe business e&aaioa of the Retekaft Lodge Tuesday eye. Ring ft Racial time Wftfi enjoyed ana ft lu&ftb of sandwiches, cookies, and ice tea was served by Addle Boileau aud. Mra. her eigaty-sevefttfe olrto- 4»J? IMV W*4BS«(Jay. gj|t »Bjoy» fajjr hejtltb «&d her smy friend* few WIRy WWe iwnny Wrthr 48W« iwttb witi to »y ta jipt tb» SJBftiiK*. D&rtt friptett fetatnea nesday fro* Omaha wbere ate had bad bet tonsils and adenoids feftoted tbe fthfrt of tbe we*k. tjaie Harris also bad bis tonsils removed but was able to come home tttesday. the members of tbe B. Y. K. tiub enjoyed a social time Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. A. J. Harbor. A dainty lunch was Also a featnre. ffee yonng people who attended institute at indianota last week gave some Interesting talks at the services In the M. E. church Sunday evening, special music was given by Joyce Pierson, violinist, With Mrs. Harry Pan! at the piano. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Coteman were visitors in Council Bluffs Sunday. Several have been receiving cards and letters from Miss Red* man, a teacher in our school last year, stating that she was enjoying a fine time at the World's Fair in Chicago. Joe Daniels and family of Glenwood visited in the Emma Musslemum evening, home Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Plumb ot Red Oak were visiting friends here Saturday evening. Mrs. Will Cain and daughter, Marjorle, and family who have been in California the past year returned home Thursday, they enjoyed their stay in California but were glad to get back to their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Slmmonds were in Council Bluffs Wednesday. Clarence and Boyd Bishops, Lot Hatflelds and Carl Andersons enjoyed an ice cream treat at the home of their brothers, Dewey and Walter, Wednesday evening. Francis Parkets entertained at a Joint birthday dinner Sunday honoring the birthdays ot Leslie kelienbarger and Jane Parker, Whose birthdays occur Monday and tnesday respectively, those present were Harry, Glen, and Leslie Keilenbargers and Ward Cooper. Later in the day ice cream and cake were enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rector, Who formerly lived in this community but are now near Hawthorn, suffered the past week from poisoning from some food they had eaten. While they were pretty sick tor awhile we are glad to report them better. Mrs. Lon Hatfleld and daughter, Georgia, Mfs. Mel Berrlman and daughter, Norma Lee, spent tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Albert Btreltenberger. Mrs. Bertha Kellenbarger and daughter, Ella, spent Wednesday with Mrs. Jennie Kellenbarger in Emerson. Miss Wanda Kochersperger re* turned Friday night from Oskaloosa where she attended the Christian Leadership training school. Earl, Doris, Marlln, and George Bishop called on Mr. and Mrs. Paxson in Emerson Saturday afternoon. Francis Parker has been on the sick list the last week. W, H. Shindier of Donna, tex. came last week to visit his nephew, F. G. Kochersperger, and his niece, H. B. McLaln. life*** Mrs. Waldo Edmondson en joy-1 AHhough~ou7 state went wet ed a visit Sunday from her brother and family. the following relatives were entertained Sunday for dinner in the Walter Coppock home. Gerald Penwell and wife, Mrs, John Bryant and daughter of Morton Mills, George Huntsman and family and Clara Huntsman ot Emerson, Jud Coppock and family, Herman Coppock and wife, Al Coppock and wife, and Lee Finley. The occasion was In honor of Mr. Coppock's forty-sixth birthday. A fine time was enjoyed along with the delicious dinner which was served. ~ A statistician has figured that the United States loses thirty years every little while by the almost universal practice of wait- Ing for the traffic light to change. Now let,the gentleman figure up trott Free Press. we rejoice because our precinct and county at least voted to uphold the constitution with the eighteenth amendment. A group ot young people enjoyed themselves Friday evening at the Roy Haldeman home when they entertained in honor of their daughter, Helen's, birthday which was the day before. Games and a social good time took up the greater part of the evening after which refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Miss Helen Davis spent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. Dean McLaln. There was a good attendance from here at the Farm Bureau at Climax tuesday evening. Several ot our young people helped with the program. Mrs. P. N. Liddell, Mrs. Sherman Allen, and Shirley Applegate spent .Wednesday wltbJhB Koch- erspergers. We are sorry to chronicle t&* death of Irven BoTttngton whose serious Htness following measles was mentioned test week. Ha leaves a wife and small ton besides his mother, brothers, and sisters. He iras Just a young man, and we sincerely sympathise 1HtH the friends In the untimely death of their loved one. Funeral terv-* ices were held at Climat churett Sunday afternoon in charge of tha Holiness preacher, assisted by* Rev. Cunningham, interment was! In Haseall cemetery beside tha babe who preceded him three o«j four weeks ago. F. G. Kochersperger and W. M. Shindier visited Floyd Northrups Sunday forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bfigga* Mrs. Huntsman and four children called at the Merrill Briggs horns Friday afternoon. Mrs. Art Frailer teft Wednesday morning for Leota, Mo. to visit her mother Who is In poof health, the twins accompanied their mother on the trip. Walter Kellenbarger and daughter, Ella, were Red Oak Visitors Friday. Dewey Bishops and Grandma Coxad spent Saturday evening With Lon Hatfields. Kit McLaln, Flora and Jean Kochersperger called on Rosa Boyer in Emerson Saturday afternoon. Archable Frazler suffered quite a burn on his right forearm and hand Wednesday morning. He started the fire with coal oil and there were some live coals in the stove causing the oil to blace up with the above mentioned results. It was a very painful accident but seems to be healing nicely. Ward Cooper trucked corn to Council Bluffs for Joe McLaln Saturday. Mr. McLaln accompanied him. A. E. Streitenbergers, Earl, Doris, and Marlln Bishop, and Irmen Tando spent Friday evening with Lon Hotflelds. Merrill Brtggs drove to Macedonia Saturday evening taking Dolph Scott who has visited them the past two weeks to his home. ta satisfy you whan wa ac- aaptyauranlar far printing. ^ a oonn Wcum wehi -(kink urvtii t (Jonoco ^ T TNTIL the arrival o f the new Coooco Bronze, few daims *-J for gasoline were proved,,, a skeptical public received Conoco Bronze, tested it by performance and doubted no longer, Instant starting and improved anti'knock in all degrees of temperature,,, ligbtoJng pick-up la a§w or old cars,,, longer mileage established by routine trips ,,, and bountiful power that was ia evideaee all the time, These convinced everybody? If you doubt it... try it! C O N O C O ••^ ^SF -^BSHPSP~- m 94MHMHHB mm GASOLINE ik PfitfKT RUNNING MATE f01 CONOCO OERM PROCESSEP MOTOR Oik WITH THf 'HIPPfN OUAIF' THAT N WI 0*AIN5 AWAr Co., tistrlbittr ^^^^^^-~^sW» P w IffiPIPp^^Kilw

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