The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on July 13, 1933 · Page 6
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 6

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, July 13, 1933
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PAGfcSIX fMt MALVfcftft LfeAPfeft, MALVfeftft, IOW E M E R S 0 N 1 •• *"* FtJf Aft * BOBH *• routth of Jut? t*tci»ic at t Eflttfiofe Home if fclrrK* §*i» lift* High Pot several years * few former Ames college students with their families have met At the Elmer ftass home for their Fourth of Inly celebration. Each year the circle has widened and this year included the Rex Davidson*, M. C. Warrens, John Russells, Robert Honeymans, Harold Cheneys, A. F. Smiths, R. O. Smiths, Miss Ira Hughes, and the Basses. With lots of fried chicken and all that goes with It, gallons of 166 cream and ice tea, all enjoyed the dinner. The afternoon was spent with baseball, horseshoe pitching, swinging and visiting. Then came goodbyes and all are looking forward to another meeting. Mrs. L. M. Alexander and children of Black Hawk, Colo, are visiting in the V. R. Johnson home and with other friends. Mrs. Alexander will bo remembered as Miss Laurene Rounds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rounds, formerly of this place. Mr. and Mrs. J. E, Way mire and family returned home Friday from Dexter, Kan., where they spent a few days with his parents. He reports it tery dry there although they had a good rain the night he got there. Some farmers near Cambridge w« hauling water 12 miles for their livestock. Richard Crofton went to Sioux City Friday. His mother, Mrs. Fannie Crofton, who has been visiting a niece there the past month, accompanied him home Sunday. Miss Mabel Llljedahl of Pasadena, Calif., who is visiting in Red Oak, visited Miss Pearle Lang Thursday afternoon. Miss Llljedahl was formerly one of our high school teachers. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Evans returned home last week from their trip to Illinois. Their granddaughter, Ella Jane Evans, returned home with them for a visit here. Misses Marjorie Taylor and Jeannette Carson returned home Wednesday evening from Chicago where they spent five weeks and attended the Century of Progress Exposition. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Evans and family returned home Saturday evening from Okobojl where they •pent a-week-'atV their* cottage? Miss Euarda Huntsman accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Brunow of Council Bluffs spent Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Good. Mrs. Iva Patterson of Council Bluffs visited over Sunday with •her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Salmons. Glenn Hascall returned home Thursday from Erlcson, Nebr.. where he spent a month with his brothers, Paul and Johnnie. A number from here attended the funeral of Mrs. James Hayes at the cemetary here Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. V. L. Kapple and children came Wednesday from Chillicothe, Mo. Mr. Kapple has been transferred to the eastern part of the state and will probably move to Burlington, 8. R. Spoon of Hamburg will move his household goods here from Hamburg. Geor- gle Graham has been transferred to Pacific Junction. Mrs. Eugenia McFadon returned home Saturday from Evanston, 111. where she spent the winter with her daughter. Her sister, Miss Donna Hopper, of Indianola came to stay with her. Mrs. Caroline Rhoads returned Thursday from Onawa where she spent a few days with her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Letz. She accompanied Mrs. D- C. Coppage. Mr. and Mrs. C, F. Barns were Enieraon visitors Thursday. July 5: Word was received by the Emerson American Legion Auxiliary last week frott Mr«. P. A. Laln- son, seventh district coinmittee- woman. congratulating the unit on the fact that the Emerson unit had the honor of receiving fourth place in sending in the most outstanding report on the past year's work. Harlan ranked first, Clarinda second. Little Slonx third, and Emerson fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weed and daughter, Joan, ot Elgin, III. came Saturday to visit in the home of her father, Gilbert Cheney, and other relatives. Miss Elsie Fields of Peterson Is visiting In the home of her uncle, Ray Fields. E. Cole attended the funeral of George Otis in Glenwood last Tuesday afternoon. Dr. C. C. Madsen was a business visitor In Omaha Thursday. Mrs. D. C. Coppage and sons returned home Thursday from Sheldon where she spent a few days with relatives. Her niece, Miss Emily Hospers, accompanied her home for a visit here. James Huntsman returned home Thursday from ' the Emmanuel hospital in Council Bluffs. He did not have the bone reset but an Incision was made and some crushed bone removed instead. 8. W. Rice is confined to his bed with heart trouble. Miss Jessie Kellenbarger returned home Thursday evening from Osceola where she visited a few days with friends. Wayne Cole began work Saturday night in the Davis Hamburg •shop. Mrs. H. F. Cheney entertained Tuesday afternoon by giving a luncheon in honor of Mrs. Morris Weed of Elgin, 111. and Mrs. Clarence Barna of Long Beach, Calif. Other guests were Mrs. W. W. Abel, Mrs. Chas. Carson, and Mrs, I, N. Cheney. H. C. Knight la driving a new Plymouth car, trading his old one in on the new one. HENDERSON 10 fee C. H. Atolek of the Fathers Nation*! bank safrs that business «*nrf to fee gradually increastng Wfth better price* and that June rtowsd a decided increase oter May Jndffft* from tn* anrttint of Pant Fofwtaft and Atta Sim- tnonds were nntted la marriage Inly 4 at th» hofts of Ret. I/. D. Thomas at Wesley Chapel. Rev. tnotnas officiated. Tfc* bttde is the daughter of Jame* Bttamonds and a graduate fft» i*ito* Writ fttt **»«* teat* tttt *«*o* * Feftittrt fa *0n colttffct. etenttg Beftiea* ott toty 18 orft. ti« ptstor WTT 1* to** to tetriceft on *«* *0. oft* ***» to tet in tow* the frftrtof dntto* htt a* aay t>« reacted In care et B. t* at &B* City, to**. checking dffiJft. DnMng May the amount of! of the 1933 class ot the Heitder- eheeks toafd ont was |JS,«i2.?8[Son high school, the groom ft a while In IBM the amount in- progressive young farmer of this creased td 142,018.71. Th« tuft* I vicinity, they are mighty fine bet of cheeks increased twenty tet cent. Wheat U Well TW§ Y**r about young people. They will make I their home on the Forestall farm west of Henderson. Their many I friend* extend congratulation* Harbor's e let at or reports wheat of fine quality this year and yielding exceptionally well. One unusually good lot last week tested Bilty-fonr pounds to the bushel and yielded thirty-flve btt* shels per.acre. As ft Is worth dote to ninety cents per bushel it was a profitable crop. and good Wishes. Mrs. CafHe Lindsey returned hoffie Thttrsday etening from a few days visit With friend* in Council Bluffs. Lee Gilfillan has purchased a Hew Ford coupe and Hugh McSweeney a new sedan the put week. Mr. and Mrs. Dr, Outran ot _ 4 . Shefca* and two . sons left Sttidly for .a ttelt with, Mrs. 8. M. Woods. Oakland tigited Wednesday ete* with MM. Currant mother, Tea ttot la old Japan. VWtort at hCmmr et ProgMM ft* Chicago Wotld's Pair—tad, the tea ttott to to* JapatMM PtffBe* a afiteadtd resdnt ftlat*. •___ • OAKS Oak* Sunday School Note* Oak* bad an attendance of eighty-three- last Sunday, TBirtti- day money was put in the birthday bank by Darrell Achenbaugb, Kathleen Williams, Le Von Harman, and Henry Schilling. We are very proud of our young folks class as they had just thirty members in their class last Sunday. They also favored us with a special choir song which was appreciated very much. ASBURY We»ley Chapel Church relatives tn Minnesota. i Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Colemah (were visitor* in Omaha Thufi» day, Mrs. Hendrlx who has been ill for some time past at the home of her daughter, Mr*. Mina LaHue, is mnch better and ha* been Surprise Birthday Party Given for Choir Member The young folks held their choir practice at Oaks last Thursday night. After practice all went to the home of Kathleen Williams for a surprise birthday party. Games were played after which ice cream and cake were served. Birthday and Wedding Anniversary Celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schilling and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Achenbaugh entertained their friends and neighbors at a picnic supper. last Sunday evening at the Acb- enbaugh home. The occasion was Mr. and Mrs. Achenbaugh's six- j teenth wedding anniversary and' Mr. Schilling's birthday. Nearly i one hundred came with well-filled lunch baskets and a fine supper was very much enjoyed by all. After supper the young folks, played games and the older folks< Passed away the time visiting. UVUGET ESTIMATE AN» RECORD OF FJUNG i School District ESfJMATE V N0Ucp:WThd Board of Directors of Consolidated Ind. Valley View, And. aud Ind. Creek Township, Mills County, Iowa, will weej, July 25, 1983, at 8 p. m., et PlckerJU school house. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate ot expenditures at that D. N. McQrew, District Secretary, This vicinity was well represented at Glenwood Friday at the rural eighth grade promotion exercises, Center school having four graduates and all four being on the honor roll with averages of 90 or above. Those graduating from Center and their averages were: James Lloyd 90, Kenneth Thomas 92, Pearle Douglas 92, James Douglas 94. James Douglas and Leon Chambers ot Barbee school in Center township tied for the highest average in the county. Those graduating from Forrester school were LeRoy McKee, Alice Lang, and Joyce Salmons. Ansil Vaughn and family of Red Oak .were visitors in the Mersel Thomas home Thursday. Mrs. Henry Nlms and family, Mrs. William Harriman and Miss Mildred Nlms of Strahan were visitors in the Opal Bayes home Tuesday, Mm, Henry Shilling and, Laura,; Rail spent "Monday with their mother, Mrs. Will Nims. * Mrs. Harvie Douglas and Clara Marie and Helen Myers were Red j Oak visitors Thursday. Mrs. Clyde Dunlap spent the week end with her parents in Glenwood. Mrs. L. M. Alexander and children, Laverne, Jr., Doris, and Audrey of Black Hawk, Colo,, Mrs. Catherine Lang and daughter, Pearle,. and Mrs. Barbara Ballaln were dinner guests in the Ora Douglas home Thursday evening. Mrs. Alexander left Friday morning for Wood River, Nebr. where she will spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rounds. Mrs. Iran Salmons and son, John, Mrs. Gertie Lang and daughter, Pearl, Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Douglas, Mrs, Ora Doug" las, Mrs. McKee and daughter, Opal, Mrs. J. B .Irwln and daughter, Dewy, Mr. and Mrs, Will Ir* win, Mrs. J. T. Lloyd and daughter, Betty, Mr, and Mrs. Mersil Thomas and Dwlght Shaw attended the eighth grade graduation exercises at Glenwood Friday, Opal Bayea was a Sbenandoah visitor Monday afternoon. Arlene and Geraldine Dunlap are visiting this week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmonds, at Glenwood. < Mr. and Mrs. Opal Bayea and son spent; Sunday iu the ~ Roy Bayes home near Strahan. Sunday school at 10 o'clock next Sunday. There will be no preaching service at the church next Sunday or the following Sunday. There will be regular services on July 30. The pastor and his family will leave Wednesday of this week to visit relatives in Crawford and Harrison counties. In case the pastor is needed during his vacation he may be reached at the R. L. Thomas home in Dow City, Iowa. Clark Picket of Cowl, Nebr.. brother of Bert and J. B. Ticket, who hag been quite bad since his fall, remains about the same. the home of another Mrs. McMartlns, near taken to daughter, Treynor. A group of young people gave a charivari for Mr. and Mr*. Paul Forestall Thursday evening. Esther and Ruby Moore of So. Omaha visited relatives here. Thursday with C. E. Anthony of Harlan was a business caller in town Wednesday. W. C. Harover and wife and •on, Blllle, returned to Adel after spending the Fourth here. Mr*. O. T. Harover entertained the B. Y. K. club at her home Friday afternoon. Mr*. Jud Coppock and son, Herman, and wife were In Council Bluff* Monday. District Deputy Prerfdent Hatel Brows and staff went to Glen- Monday evening and in< stalled officers IB the Rebekah iodge. Mr. and Mra. Orin Putnam of Shenandoah visited Saturday and Sunday in the Earl fiolleau home. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Aliens* worth and son, Carrol, visited relatives bear Hastings Sunday. During tho storm Friday night lightning struck the chimney oa the high school building and also struck the home of Grandma Sowers but not much damage was done. Mr. and Mrs. Don Frank of near Oakland visited Sunday in the Dan Perkins home. Boe Houser has won a week'* vacation for being high man in oil sale* for the company in Iowa. Standard Oil rMs. Roy Rutledge left Thursday for a visit with her parent! at Malvern after a few days visit here in the Ray Davis home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold CainptfcH Wftfft tisitots in 0**** S«irdaiK Boe Honirir attended ** *>« men's day. at f**d OaK F». Mr. and Mr*. S. A. Hoasef , tea. Henry, and daughter, M*«oH«, and Mrs. M. Cot of Ofnaha «*• ited Sunday in the lames Hontet home. A ball gatte was played 8tifr> day afternoon at the school park by Macedonia and Henderson. The game was won by Henderson with a large score. Alice Wilkinson visited Sunday With Ha Honser. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vinef and Children of Elliott visited Sunday in the T. D. Phillips home. Claude Owen* and family of Omaha were guest* Sunday in the J. C. Goss home. Mr*. Dave William* and son, Dale, returned home the last at the week from a visit with her niece, Dorothy Owens, who work* in Omaha. A. O. Harney and wife and son, Rowland, of Omaha vi*lted in town Sunday, Margaret Harbor who ha* been visiting them, returned home that day. Elolse and Elwyn Taylor of Carson who have been visiting their aunt, Mrs. Elton Clayton, the past five weeks, have return* ed home. Dr. Tipton and wife of Cherokee, former residents of Henderson .visited in the home the past week. Will Cain Many people know through bitter experience how easy it i* to get into debt and how difficult it is to get out of it again. Pay a* you go Is a good habit to get into; that is, if you can. Be less ashamed to confess thy ignorance than, by holding a fool* ish argument, Eliz. Joceline. to betray It. — - VH CITY The Beacon Way to sec the World's Fair offers you the, choice WESLEY CHAPEL Qeueral . TOTALS «W *2 g s SS S» i! ig 9 S W3 *1 K 3 ao J M •a g SO B loo \» y at ;S S 13,86*11584 I8.664||684 I3.6B4|M,367|»6,B7« I3,6&4|t4,»67li6,tt!» Due to rainy weather the ice cream social which wag to have been held last Friday night at Wesley was postponed and was held Tuesday of this wee);;. Mr. And Mrs. Qao. Parker, Ella Plumb, «n4 Prank Parker of Oma.Ua who hag been visiting relatives here, spent Sunday Avoca with the Pa} Redwsn family. My. and Mrs. June FlckeJ via* ited bar mother, MM- Oibbj, Qieawaod Saturday. Mr. and M.H, 4rov* O.YI Maoy, N«bjr. hafora ar« «n«n.<Un,g BEAUTIFUL SHERIDAN* PLIZA HOTEL! .. or,, COOL, DELIGHTFUL BEACON CITY! v* ^HPllpl^^^^Ww^BPw ^^^^^^^WW^^^w^^^W^MI^FwIp IPpMI^^PfWF Mf,Md.M«, Mid oAhjr rtlfti AT. Try Tj,"«-.- r- 7=rr — •"•"•'' a * a hotel while you visit the World's Fair m Chicago. Many people do. And now the Beacon Organization announces that the delightful, woriyless "Beacon Way" may be had with accommodations either at Beacon City or the beautiful Sheridan-Plaza, one.of the finest of Chicago's north-side hotels, j The full Beacon Educational program i« offered from the hotel a* well at from Beacon City, This service set* the Beaco^Warapart from all other ways of seeing the fair, While the program is entirely optional, it ©Wers advantages you could hardly buy "piece-meal" at any price. .Included in the Beacon Way are; lodging for six M ~M.~ .„,«. *™™ modern conveniencerthree meals a ' hotel, or pn the Exposition grouni§: car parking; morning lectures on thejignificant feat ar» complete guide servi^;" * flMfi ftll\l ^^.»» w , wr » ^rtf jff'm piking Wortd 1 ! comfortable an4 profitable v w^BWPP ^pPP^IWIP^Jp * WfiWULOIVitOUl Si""" "* * & —^i •"-!•> w^F^Mppt Qpfmflfaf- 96w _* m«U o JM wm Ut< *»*k, Til. 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