The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on July 20, 1933 · Page 6
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EMERSON PixA €*t*eti Gew Witti Ufttl fltfttt P»«l State Stnfc ol to **• ceijrt ft posftlms with the r«d«t«! Ltftd In Om«h* tools ttfi fcf* dnUes there ttond*t inorn- Ifit. He wftl *ort out of Offl»li» Mr field in»in »hfl wm late tbe tertHotr tdjtwnt to Otttte. He tetsin &tt ho»e tn Smetson tot the present. Kit. CtttoH i* otie of ottr fine young btw1ne«s men And while we h*te to lose him from Emerson we are cleaned to Me bitt enter Into ft larger Held of work which comes In the nature of ft promotion. Auxiliary SmdHi Cdoki«» ta Veteran* far Putty The American Legion Anilllary wet Friday, July 14, at the home of lira, f. H. Offtyson. tie nftlt •eat ten doten cookies and one dollar for the veterans' birthday party at Knoktilie. tt was toted to use one-half of the poppy welfare proceeds to purchase clothing for the department supply shelf and reserte the balance for local welfare work, Bererat articles of correspondence were read and acted upon. Bills were presented and allowed and two tetters of thanks read from members who had been sent gifts during illness. tt was decided not to send a delegate to the state contention to be held In Sioux City in August. A report was heard from the trareling library chairman. All business being disposed Of refreshments were sorted by the following committee: Mrs. Sherman Archer, Mrs. Harry Porter, and Mrs. T, H. Orayson. W. R. C. Will Observe Fiftieth Anniversary The Emerson Women's Relief Corps No. S14, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, will observe the golden anniversary of the Women's Relief Corps, organ- ised fifty years ago, on Wednesday, July 26. A pot luck luncheon will be served at the noon hour to the Corps members and their husbands, and invited friends, in the basement of the Methodist church. In the afternoon at 2 o'clock a •'program in keeping with the occasion will be given at tbe gym* , * dially invited to attend. ' ''*•' •" iw * ~ i . Bmil Larson of Stanton baa taken a position In the Emerson State Bank succeeding Paul Careon and begun his duties there last Saturday. Mr. Larson is a young, man of considerable bank- Ing experience and a pleasing young man to meet. We are pleased to welcome him to Emerson. The W. C. Short Auto company have taken on the Conoco line of gasoline and oils and have their new pumps installed at their one- stop service station. This is a high quality line and largely advertised in this paper. They have « special travel bureau wiiich will pay you to investigate if you are contemplating a trip. It is free. Miss Vivian Priest of Malvern spent Wednesday with Mrs. Minnie Whisler. Miss Elsie Davis returned to her home near Qlenwood Saturday after spending several weeks here in the H. E. QreenwQod home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ashby of Red Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sowers were Omaha visitors Wednesday. Miss Juanita Or4 of Hastings spent a few days the last of the week with Miss Virginia Hascall, Mrs. K, A. Evans entertained the Book club at her home Friday evening. Mrs. Ella Honeyman is on the sick list at her home at this writing. MrH. for _ v •DBQ SlStCii Sunday, late 18, was eighty-eighth Wrthdat Of the Mrs. Mary MeGtll. Her sister. Miss Vtrglnl* »anto«, w!rt> *»§**« net hoin* wftn her has been an fn- tattd for otef a t*kf. C* Monday the ladles of their Sunday school class of the tt. E. church and ft few neighbors met at their hotte and carried out a tef y pleasant surprise on them. Dainty refreshments were serred. Nineteen ladles were present Elmer Larson resumed his work at the Coppftge Oil Station last week after several weeks vacation. Mrs. Susan Barton was seriously ill Saturday afternoon. She Is getting along nicely at this writing. Miss Pearl McLaln was ft Red Oak visitor Tuesday afternoon. Darwin Haseall was an Omaha tisttor Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thorson were Omaha visitors Wednesday, Volney Tnbbs left Wednesday for his home in Tustln, Calif, after spending several weeks hern visiting relatives and looking after farm interests. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Pogarty of Council Bluffs spent Friday eve-- nlng and Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Mary B. Gibson. Mrs. Harold Sowers attended a party at Red Oak Tuesday evening given in honor of Mrs. Ellene Jenkins of Milwaukee, Wls, Miss Jeanette Canon visited friends at Lincoln, Nebr. last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. J. Q. Fowler and two little daughters of Buffalo, tt, Y." came Wednesday evening to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor. Mrs. Emily Burton and daughter, Nellie, spent Sunday at Plattsmouth, Nebr. in the home of the former's daughter, Mrs. Ray Henry. E. M. McOrew and family of Williamsburg came Saturday to visit In the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. MeGrew. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Smith and daughter, Gladys, of Red Oak visited Sunday afternoon with his mother, Mrs. Clara Abel. Otis Butcher and family left Saturday for Kansas City, Mo. to visit his sister and will also go to Thayer, Mo. to visit his par- «nts, Mr. and Mrs. George Butcher. ' . ^ Pauj.VwiUI had th to have a horse struck by lightning at bis home during the storm last Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M, L. Evana left last Wednesday for Okoboji to spen,d two weeks at their summer cottage. Miss Ruth Yates spent Saturday here with friends. On Sunday she accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crawford to her home at Mt. Vernon, Miss Yates taught ntftttaliiini O*k tigftort afternoon. t . Wet Rtefc fs rtfll cbflflned to bfs bed. Mtt condition M about the same. Mr. and Mrs. Panl Rfcnardsou of Hastings stopped 1* fintersoti Tuesday Afternoon. Mrs. Rlchard- aon hat a badly infected eat ait* tt being treated by Dr. effftore at dak. ._ «M teart trtffWfc Mf. a*d Mrs. K. A. IttWrt Ml w*aw#ia* wffi the*. wifM wnwt> eteMii ftff Per*. f*et*. t* *#*Mi twe wfifti ****1K» Hi e*t*. Hr. Wttooa *> «ttfrt«?*l I* tfel W. W. Afe»t S T R A H AN Heeeptioa Given Fatuity Friends, Pupils ffoto ¥*f t Near ttflndf D«f>«rtint A public farewell reception was given Saturday evening In the Stranan Consolidated school building honoring Supt. and Mrs. W. W. Molsberry who are moving this week to Randolph where Mr. Molsberry wilt bate charge of the Randolph schools for the ensuing year. The auditorium was taxed to «tgnt f»ttft«r n«*t«f* «t tfc* school who took tt*** «***• Mrs. ft. tt. fellows wfcw ik« wa» ft t«€h«r» ta4 who in this. A toeml solo by bolph Hftalweh. aeeo*p*»»*« HIM ItftxiM Dolph. A tilk bf Ret. 3. A. K. nlngham &t behalf of tie t&lteti and a talk by W. R. Cwtello oft behalf of tfe« sthool boftrd. Mr. Molsberry responded wlta ft brief tftlk expressing alt plefta- ure at this reeeptioa, ate enjoyment of the work in the schools. Honoring »t A. ^ « fittl SflftoftJ'. wlftw Xf * mwd t*t*«r«d tt Mi J«n»«. A ft«M ««»..J«K wtt W«r* Mr. Wit. Iff. Ml Mrt. m*. tth Mi Htfrtli fiHfi* *M UNI, «t a«a» Hft. A. O. A tell UK* fo 8Mft«y *«|ey«< ft •*« C*tk«r at UW |»»lu «««t ttr, tui Mtt, Aletft Cat*. %**&&. tic to» i*tat At- iwwwotta, Mr. abd MM. Liw* NM« Re«d ftad iWotM, Mr. and Mrs. Q«e. Cmrtto, Virgil ftad ,}«•* tor. Mtet Kt*i» P»rka«rrt, Mr. and Mt*. Datt Lftagalln, Helen, Junior, and Donald, Mf. and Mf*. HerbeM johuon and Bhottft, Waiter Knop. rtank rr*nch, Mf. and his regret at leaving. r^OllOWfalft tfcO pfOtfNLHl *«w *m- , *fc»*.t •*-^j t — dies ot the community served a ** a «« »«*•• lunch ot home made ice cream and delicious home made cake to all present, tt was estimated that at least SSO were present to enjoy this and participate in the reception. capacity to hold the large number of friends gathered for the occasion, every seat being filled and many standing during the program, The program was In charge,of alumni members of the high school who had graduated during the twelve years that Mr. Molsberry had been at tbe head of the schools. Supt. Clifford H. Vestal of the Walea Consolidated school presided.'He was a member of; flrat class,;tbBtrgraduatedv njJdi Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson came down from Des Moines Friday and visited until Sunday aft' prnoon With their parents, the Fred Newetta and Jesse Wilsons. On Sunday afternoon they all assembled at the Newell farm for a picnic dinner. Here they were Joined by Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Wortman of Malvern, Leigh Early of Des Moines, and Ed Hoi- man, Charles Wasley, and Miss Stella Johnson of Omaha. The latter four 1 are friends employed In the offices of the Northwestern Bell Telephone company and friends and co-workers of Clyde Wilson, who is also connected Mr. Molsberry, the class of 1988] and be made an excellent presld Ing officer. He opened tbe program with a talk on the athletics of the school and spoke feelingly of his connection with the school and the influence of both Mr, and Mrs. Molsberry upon his lite there. The next number was a piano solo by Miss Katheryn Shaw of the class of 1931. The next number was by P. L. Telli How She Lost 15 Lbs. of FAT and was enroute to ber home. H. C. Knight and daughter, Helen, and Miss Maxine Cole went to Harlan Tuesday and brought back with them his daughter, Mrs. Hal Wyland, and little son, Donald Keith, to spend a week here. Miss Helen Deardorff of CJato- nia, Nebr, is tlsltlng Miss Jeanette Carson. Miss Mary Ann RIpley returned Thursday from Chicago where she tlsited the Century of Prog» ress Exposition with friends from Marengo, She tlsited her brother, Billy, who is|a student at the University of Iowa at Iowa City and attended the university play la which Billy took part. Mrs, E}. W. Blklns and sons and brother, Orvllle Good, were Red Oak visitors Saturday eve* ning, Mr, and Mrs. Morris Weed and daughter, Joan, left Friday to Visit her sister in Pes Moines. Mr. nd Mrs. I. N, Cheney and daugh- ers accompanied them to Pes Moines, returning home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Weed in- Gone Too Here 1» a woman who was rapidly putting on weight and who was troubled with rheumatism too. Read her letter: "I started taking Kruschen Salts because ot the good it had done for a friend of mine who had, been crippled with rheuma- tfee end. pi the second. . . I v»« weighed sod find, I J48 tis». teUl aal weight JMft B0 Plufel felt wy rbwiB* VB.KJM M&§ SMMifl tana" , (origi- ut board that first year but now of Lincoln, Nebr. He was unable to be present but sent a letter of appreciation which was read by the chairman, The next was "The Story of the School" in twelve chapters, each chapter being given by a mem* ber of the graduating class of that year. This part was presided over by Supt, p. D. Fellows of the Hastings schools who introduced the members who repre- Northwestern Bell. Joyce Molsberry has been the guest of Arin Edith Angus for several days past. Dorothy Margaret Angus spent Saturday night at the home ot Mildred Hillyer. ' W. 8. Bradley and sons, Billy, Byron, and Tommie, were in Shenandoah Saturday, 'cMr. and.Mrs. Morris ,-nroodfill. man. Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard Cur- tts, aad Guy and Harold drift* die. Miss Florence Bnrheon of Huxley has been a tlsltor of tin. Geraldlne Hambsch at the home of Mrs. June Dotpb. Mitt Burh«on was a former primary teacher in the Strahan school. Mrs. Prank Steele and Mr*. Prank Grouse attended the M. & Circle at Malvem last Thursday. ASBURY Mm. Merle Hetern and family and Miss Minnie Smith spent Thursday afternoon tlsltlng Mrs. Richard Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cook of Olidden spent the week end with her parenti, Mr .and Mrs. George Huntsman, and other relatitet. Harvle Douglas -and family •pent Sunday with relatltes in Red Oak, Miss Pearle Ppuglap is tlsltlng this week with .her aunt, MM, Qlen Confer, ,1 - ,- " • '- nffr* *t tie jfoftS OT fiffllTBoB 1 . __ tst *tr« MHMI f a**m „ » * „ -, . » *frA*ii XmBm «IW CHttnfttf Ks, o wi» ift* (J«rtrt *» Mfk*, **« Bttgfct aftd If** 81.**, 101* Rn«t*1 Jr., fctef ett Lang, »*« Wmitm i*tfi* fcerfi. ttaff* StiM tod fattfif if*, Sett Bake* war* lim itfti gtitt it* i»n, tot BjttWH Mft. V«HM fc and Mrt. Thomas aftd Mf . it* Mil. i«$t fttfMtr tfctt«d Sanda? in ti* Meml ftMMt home. tfre we*t «<* ** tW Cot*. *r. at* Hit seett fptni j§f*j| tt tit* «• ttrtted hi *frt tfce A. /. §*»n*Bf. *ttOfntH§ at* HM. 8fH* Sflftdafr wflfc fCtftim IS ffot gfet wwti fa tfet Pait 1f«tal eMfofttnf thought tt that tfi« ttlftilf *fe*S«4 dOi daft «ant to tafctfc fcatti* than th« sitihme? feat K 0* MALVERN TOUSTJfe SAVINGS BANK wife* Out i*wt ill, Loans ahd Olscounts, Bonds uut Se-fttTnUes Bftfiklflf and Mttures Oth«r_ real «tUt« owned .. 14,080.06 100.09 Other ftaseu (ineladinf «tp«n>e tn «t proflU) Cash and Due front Banks (NBW UNIT) » Total Resource* ........... .,»..». *,..-*. L!ABlLtTlB8 Capital Stock ............ ...........I 56,000.00 Surplus fund .»,,»....... ...»,.....,.».. 18,000.00 Undivided profits (after deducting expenses .......... ........ ...... 9,616.78 Individual deposits subject to cheek ..«.. 87,499.84 Satiun deposits .. 35,864,16 Time certificates ot deposit ............ 63,133.02 Demand certificates, certified check*, cash- ier'a checks and unpaid dividends .. 26,00 Bills payable other than with Federal Re* serve Bank .......... .... .... 3,878.68 Deposlta NBW UNIT I -.»•••»• Undivided profits and U. 8. Check Tax (NBW UNIT) .......... ........ Total Liabilities „„ 8TATB OP IOWA •M. Mill* County 14.800.05 86,000.00 1,144.88 4?»S41,6? |368,18f,8S I 60,000.00 . 2,616.78 166,460.62 2,878.68* 46,880.68 460.99 8268,186.86 _ -.i™*.""* **»"» in t rresmeni; P. R. Chantry, Vice President: R. W. Crlswell, Caahler, ot the bunk above named, do solemnly •wear that the foregoing statement Is full, true ftnd correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. ,„„>.. Pro* Durbln, President. (SEAL) F. B. Chantry, Vlpe President. «, . . . , R. W.,Criiwell, Cashier. "-' *> .J w °I n « to J& efo J® »**nd subscribed in my pretence by Fred* Durbln, F, R. Chantry, and R. W. Criswell, this 8th day of July, ; 4 Louis j. Knop, Notary Public in and for Mills County. '„. ^ Attested By: R, L. Hale, H. A. Deardorff, J, 0. Laird, DiSSr*. s ' n. ' •"• j ,..,•« n *„ fe sented their class. They were asjln the home of enroute home from the Worlds Fair, stopped for a few days ttsit at the home of his son, Oscar Bellknap. Mrs. Herbert Johnson surprls-! ed her husband last Wednesday, evening by Inviting relatives andj friends to their home to* help! celebrate his birthday. They en- t joyed fine fried chicken and all other good things for supper,; Those attending were; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knop, Luclle Knop, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laughlin and children. All wished Herbert many more happy birthdays. Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Reed and Pelores of Glenwood over Saturday visitors at home of their parents, Mr, Mrs. Perry Bayes, '. Mr, and Mrs, Mayo Bass near Tabor and;their daughter, Mrs. Harriet -XJajnpbeJJ, and baby of Lincoln were Sunday visitors follows: Class of 19??, Mrs, Mary Walt? Daggett of Shenandoah. There were two members of that class, Class of 1933, Miss May Ma* Nine members of her, Imogene. class, Bass, Mrs. Zeno Mr, and Mrs, Oscar Bellknap and Mr, and Ma, WHl were Shenanao&h ahoppers test Wednesday, ' . Mr, and Mrs, C.haj, flipe were Class of 1914, Sarah Laughlin Cline, Six members. Class of 1985, Clyde WiJspR of Des Moines, Twelve members. Class of 19?«, Mildred Council Bluffs, Thirteen bers. Class of 193?, was written, by Virgil Curtis of Strain, and, en by Mrs. Porethy end>dVmurn toTheir home^ <^±^ ™> Igln. ill. Monday. Babbitt end family spent Sunday in the home of hMs ister, Mrs. Pessa Cole. Mr, and Mrs. H, C. Hicks, Mr, and Mrs. L. v. Hicks. Mr, aad Mrs. J. 0, WUMM, and Hicks returned Tuesday Steele city, Nebr. where from they spent the week eud with relatives. A jolly party from here went to Malvern last Thursday afternoon aad enjoyed tbe sw| W mjng pool Thote wexfl; Martha Buss au4 ehtjdr*n, Mrs. M, P. awl childrmi. Crawford, sjra, ana Aau» bis class. Class of l«g$, Miss lit, Strahan, Five Class of ford- Nine members. Ctess pf ii80« eleven members, ClA8» of W\, Twelve members. Class Q| telto, ell, ftf IS88, *-, gughs^h *i&m$»&& «»««$ja! ,Hj. and,*, baby ot SB"PW5P= HlJW*'»^ **&Vi. , M ewftdir visitftMj thjMip-

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