The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on July 27, 1933 · Page 7
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 7

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1933
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MALVfeftf* ULABfett, MA1VE**, IOWA, Jtft,? 2f ( PAGfe SEVEN HASTINGS taken into WfttidefMion; Prize to fifl paradfn* dog with ««c- **prettiest and ae r tefi r dressed don. Partieipants inast m*et at church *t 9 a. ». It. a. m". RAWS fof men, hoys, and gfrts, with prltt* fat etch etent: Sack race. 160 yard dash fof boys 10 to IS. 100 yafd dftsfi for boys 14 to 16. 100 yard dash for boys 11 and up. 60 under. dash tot boys 9 and yard dash fof men over 60. Horse shoe pitching. Pillow fight for boys and girls. jug setting contest. Three-legged race f of boys and girts. Wbeeifrilffdw fac*. Girls' ball throwing contest. 12 o'clock. Dinner, from your own basket of bought from the ladies of the church who will serve a dinner at noon, the program of contests will start nest at 1:30 P. m. these contests are nnnstiat in their clever arrangement, and Are all planned for get* ting the most fun possible out of them. Contests Are Funny 1:30 p. m. Maggie and Jiggs rolling pin i contest for women, winner to be awarded pretty house dress by Ceilings Grocery. Husband calling contest, winner to receive pair of scissors, given by Keffer Hardware. Best hog caller, a metal hog trough by Green Bay Lumber Co. Best woman nail driver, a can of paint by Green Bay Lumber Co. Harnessing, hitching and driving team a block, Man and woman for each team. Contestants will provide team, harness, and wagon. Team must be harnessed, hitched and driven a block. The-judges will reckon on speed, costume and fun made by f the contestants. First couple will be given a two dollar basket of groceries by the Crawford Grocery. The second couple, three pounds Butter Nut coffee by Cox ^Grocery. , Ladies' Chorus JSliigs ""* al afternoon -j>ro- '-'••'—'" «nd in» ygjtat rfas t&e evefiftt program wfli «*, „,„,_ „ „._ gfvea OB t&e marines* street, KtA Tfcat afternoon they visfted the •tarts at 8 o'clock, with ft cot- cert oy the Hasttegs orchestra., there will I* another" address in the evening with probafefti some former resident of the com- { snrnfty as the speaker. i That will be followed by ft play, "The Old School at Hickory HoHer." the days events Will be, concluded with an old time dance in which: those participating are required to dress as in the olden days, with men wearing high boots, with pantlegs Inside; women wearing bustles, ruffles and trains. Several of the old-time dances Will be done. Worthwhile prices will be given to first and second couples. All ont of town guests Will be asked to register, and the elites Oil Station will give a fill of gas to the guest car driving the greatest distance. Both barber shops are also giving prices for events. the list of committees who have charge of the arrangements is: Parade: Mrs. B. F. Haroff, Mrs. Fred Lookabill. Advertising and Prizes: B. F. Haroff, tra Turner, L. E. Ripley, Games and Contests: D. D. Fellows, Edgar Lookabill, Tom Delzell, Lawrence Martin. Grounds and Equipment: Charley Vlner, Ralph Hanscom, Henry Washburn, Confectionery and Meals: Mrs. Frank Rockafeflow, Mrs. Ralph Hanscom, Mrs. R. Schurr, Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Mrs. E. H. Del- cell. Program-Play: Mrs. E. H. Delzell, Mrs. Jesse Phelps, Mrs. Haroff. Music: Mrs. Fred Priest, Mrs. D. D. Fellows. Old Time Dance: Everett Purcell in charge. A gfoup of H«tfaf» people went to Porter's Lake near Sh#«rtdoah Staday and there enjoyed a ptcnte dtnttef. I —, . | broadcasting stndtos and other places to Shetrandoah. Those who attended are: Evelyn ana"fte£fii Crawford, Crystal and George Resh, Gladys, Ralph, and Elmo Hlte«, Robert Hunt, and Blanche Woods. HENDERSON IAS? UB$rrv Hastings Methodist Church Sunday, July 30, will be "red letter" day for the church at Hastings, the services will begin at B a. m. and will close with a basket dinner in the social room at 12 o'clock. Dr. D. J, Shenton will preach and administer the Holy Communion, The beautiful new Communion table will be dedicated and used for the first time, This table was made of native walnut" lumber which was donated by Mr. Moore living north of town and.Mr. Bobbins living west of town, •"..', „ 'A' tu'f of; war between the town and the men from the country follows, and the afternoon program , la concluded with a {game of kittenball also between the town men and the, country men, Jess Phelps will captain the country team, and D. D, Fellows, • the town team, The Standard Oil station is giving & change of oil for the car of the high "score man, , -_ , Dale Read and Ralph Hans- corn autoed to Malvern Sunday. Mrs. A. H. Crawlofd and daughters, Ethelyn and Harriet, visited relatives In St. Joseph, Mo., last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oral Bower and family of Guthrie Center were In Hastings Saturday. John Hudson and Ralph Hans* com and son, Robert, were in Red Oak Friday. Harry Patterson is employed ifl the Standard Oil station at Red Oak, and began his Wofk there last week. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Shenard of Ames, Mrs. Anna Dotson, Mrs. Wseley Burton of Villisca, were guests in the Herman Schnff home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Mings and family were In Glenwood Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Trybom, Mrs. Herman Schurr and daughter, Mary Katherine, were in Omaha last Wednesday. Mrs. Aaron Crouse and family, thelma, Nedra and Evelyn Craw- were Mrs. Frank elites in Emerson Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hall, and Mrs. Alta Hall, were Omaha visitors Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Parker ol Shenandoah visited in the Cliff Parker home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Schurr and children were Red Oak visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, R. L. Christie entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pearce, Darlene and Buddy; Mr. and Mrs, Jim Wolf, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Morse, all of Blair, Kebr. The Reverend Shenton, district superintendent, will have charge of the church services at 0 o'clock Sunday morning. The Ladies' Cemetery Association will hold their regular business meeting at the Grace Hathaway hdme at 2 o'clock, Wednesday, Aug. 2. There' will be important business. t Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Fellows left Thursday for Chicago where they will visit the Century of Progress for -awfewMayite^^M^feiK^ f. kf*£*t Illit&H Tuesday . ft. P., Stall W*fe in fire toflowihf officers were installed faes4*y evening In the RsSetah tafgft fcy Hazel Brown, jj. t». P., ttaff: StjTtle gelby, ft. O. Hfctel fctfcwa, V. O. A. H. HaflKjr, secretary. Oeta Hafov*f, treasurer. Ella Smith, cotdnctor. 6«ta Hafovef, warden. Margaret Harbor, chaplain. Martha Smith, H. 8. to N. O. Addle Boilean, L. S. to N. G. A&os Smith, It 8. to V. O. Latta Harbor, 1* 8. to V. O. Florence Edmondson, Inside guard. Bill Brown, outside guard. At the dose « lunch was served by Hake! Brown and Florence Ed- Inondson. for A mlseerianeoTJS shower was given Friday afternoon In the Methodist church basement in honor of Mrs? Paul Forrestall who before her marriage was Alta Simmons. She received many lovely and useful presents. A \ short program was I Entertain at Anderson \ Hotn* for Mf», Scott Miss Kathryn Anderson and Mist Roth Pierce of near i of the year'* work will b« given. (Aft official members thotfld fee present and others are fnvtted. Next Sff&day mortrtttfc the pastor will preach a special sermon 01* "the Grtdett Key* of Life." thl« has b*«m prepared for a yottn* people's service at the 76th die* the horn* of the and enjoyed hy over thirty guests. C. E. Llndsey has accepted a position ota a milk truck and began work several days ago. Mfs. W. A. Barkus and children of Kent Visited friends here Friday afternoon. Little Jimmy Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Clark of near Macedonia, will be able to return home the first of the week from the hospital in Council Bluffs where he was operated on for appendicitis. the operation was a very serious one and it was at first thought he would not recover. Mr, and Mrs, C. E/ Llndsey and Cliff Winslow and family took a picnic dinner to Council Bluffs Sunday. < Orall Green, a former teacher here, who now lives at Elliott, was married recently to Glenn Conrad of Morton Mills. Her friends here extend best wishes. Mrs. Dr. Drack and son returned to their home'; in Omaha Sunday after a several day's visit in the Dr. R, L. South home. Helen Woods' of Indianola spent the week end with. Mrs Wayne Simmons, Mrs. Scott Sheehan enjoyed a visit Friday from her parents. G, W. Wilson and Elmer Evans had business at Btrahan Thursday, ] Mrs. Cliff Plumb of Red Oak was a dinner guest Thursday In the John Rainbow home, Anna Buck 0(4 Red Oak has been, visiting Elizabeth Phillips — -''-"-""•• '" rtjl noon with Dr. Shenton^preiiding, Plans will be made for the com* ing year, such as electing a.n official board, election of lay delegate to the annual conference which convenes at First Church, Dea Molnes, on Sept. 19. All members should attend this meeting and the community is invited, L. i), Ripley, pastor. George Shaw and Wayne Craw* ford visited Saturday in the Carl Mellerup home in Omaha. • COMMERCIAL Mrs. A. P. Phillips and family enjoyed a visit Friday evening from her sister, Ilia, and husband of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Don Franks of near Oakland were guests Sunday in the Dan Perkins home. Born — to Mr. and Mrs. Ira Richards, July 23, a son. He will answer to the name of Beryl Edward. Mrs. Richards Is at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Wash Nelson. We extend congratulations. Jess Shanks and family and Mrs. C. E. Edmondson were In Council Bluffs Tuesday. The friends of Mrs. C. 8. Swaney are sorry to learn she is not Very well. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Goss of Omaha spent the week end With his parents. Mrs. Ida Baker came In the last of the week from California to visit her sister, Mrs. Will Frltcher, and other relatives. It has been twelve years since Mrs. Baker last visited here so this will be a very pleasant visit. Mrs. Will Cain and daughter. Hazel, visited relatives in Oakland the first of the week. A. W, Corbin and family of Movllle visited from Thursday until Sunday with Mrs. Corbln's aunt, Mrs. Carter, and children. The Corbin family and Earl Allensworth and family enjoyed a picnic supper Friday evening at the Elmer Dlnwiddle home, and then on Saturday evening the Corbin family, Mrs. Carter and son, Fred, H. F. Cool, Elmer Din widdle and family, and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Braden of Macedonia m joyed a picnic supper at the Earl Allensworth home. Harold Campbell and family returned the last of the week from an auto trip to Dakota. afternoon at former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Anderson, the occasion was in honor of Mrs. Harold Scott of Hastings, entertained a group of la- Miss Anderson. The afternoon was spent in a social way and the opening of the packages by the guest Of honor as they were showered upon her was very interesting. She received many lovely gifts, all of which were much appreciated. Delicious refreshments of home made ice cream and cake were served. Those present were: Mrs. Harold Scott, Mrs. Fred Pierce, Mrs. Bill May, Mrs. Bert Scott, and the Misses Roth Pierce, Pauline Potter, Mildred Darland, Rowena and Margaret Shepherd, Frieda Fellows, Reglna Lookablll, and Ruth DaUell of Hastings. Miss Clara Hall of Tabor, Mrs. C. A. Esterquist and Mies Hazel Owens of Malvern, Mrs. B. J. Lookablll and Ruth, and Mrs. C. B. Anderson and Kathryn. 68 and Mr0V H. .Pi Rea of Essex were guests of Mr. and Mrs, A. *H, Crawford Sunday. Master Melvln Trimmer fejl from the A. V. Clttes truck "Fri day when it bit a hole on Main atreet. Lighting on his bead and shoulders, he was knocked uncon- aclous, Hurriedly he was taken to Dr, Edgar Christy who administered first aid, and the boy has now fully recovered, Mr, and Mrs, A, V, Qliteg and family, Miss Millie Gale. Mr, and Mrs, Dale Read and daughter, Phyllis Joan, were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and-Mra, Everett Purcell Sunday. Mr, and Mrs, Joe Morse visited Thursday evening in the home* of Mr. and Mrs, Aaron Crouse, Master Keith Blunt' who baa been visiting relatives jn Nebraska returned bpms Saturday. ^^T ' (wyj-s^w^-y**.* +«i*»t**f- (p^f*»i^« meeting Jast week" Mr*; "Ed WH- kenBon treated the member* to a cake in honor of her birthday. A lunch of sandwiches, apple sauce, and ice tea was served also by Mrs. A. A. Wright and Mrs. Clyde Gravitt. Lavone Mercer visited the Dave Jenkins home near Walea Saturday evening and Sunday, Mr, and Mrs. Ken Williams and Mrs. Howard Williams were in Council Bluffs Thursday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. John Evans and three grandchildren of Emerson were In town Saturday evening, B}U Copeland ana family of Council Bluffs visited, friends , Saturday evening, WJSSLEY CHAPEL Joyce Plerson Parker are high scoring girts the Clever Cooks will represent this" township la the county contest at Glenwoad this week, AN the flJub girls were examined by Dr. Christy and scored hieb, each, showing {m* proyemeBt every year IB their health sears, Mr. and .Mrs, Clinton Parfcei and SOBS were guests Sunday it the OUtt Plumb bo»e at Bed Oafe fejrle, sod Lynn gowers bsv< been haying a siege ef the mj«B, leg the past two week^ Bet fully recovered now, Pauline Sawers returned lB4l8ftoJa Saturday where guest at a party and other JWtSwwl H| vlitt, ' wuft»ir» gpUft in tfce Jay WiBte weafc IrojB § yJaJt with, hj? «ja, tw. Mri, »»l ReiJww, ft ft d - church. AH are invited to thi* service, especially the young Jeo- ple. Church school at 11; ttSsoft snbjeet. "Winning With a Few." _•_ > '- ----- - - ^ Collier Boston and his mother of Malvern Were callers at the home of Mr. aftd Mr*. O. W. Rime! thnrsday afternoon. It was the first time Mrs. Boston had been in a car for several monttm so naturally she enjoyed the fids and visit very much. the Ladles' Aid Society will meet at the church next Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 2. A program is being arranged and there will he refreshments for only lOc ft serving. Everyone Invited. Miss tended Kathryn picnic Anderson at- near Hastings Ea»t Ub«rty MethodUt Church The Scripture reading now and until Aug. 3 is the book of Hebrews. Please remember the Fourth Quarterly Conference on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Reports Lavone Wlnslow visited in the Jay Wlnslow home near Hastings a few days last week. Elaine Small was a visitor in Red Oak Wednesday. Mrs. Ralph La Hue and daughter came in Sunday from Minnesota to visit relatives for two weeks. G. T. Harover drove up for her Saturday. Robert Harover has been visiting his uncle, Champ Harover, and family at Adol several days. Ralph Vlner and family of Elliott visited In the T. D. Phillips home Sunday. Mrs. C.. H. Amick and daughter, Alice, spent Wednesday and part of Thursday in Council Bluffs. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF PILING School District Estimate Notice:—The Board of Directors of Henderson Consolidated School District, Anderson Township, Mills County, Iowa, will meet Aug.'?, 1933, at 8 p. m,, at School House, Taxpayers .will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures at that time. Claude E. Wilson, District Secretary. / FUNDS General _ _ School House _ _ TOTALS _ III g g S 0,0,0 $14,000 7,000 $21,000 o . g« l§ $ 2.87 268.01 $260,88 A O $1,000 11.000 $11,628 7.000 $18,688 +J ., Is S Hfi 113,665 1,700 ¥16,365 119,251 6,762 ¥26,013 Estimated taxes per $1.000.00 of assessed value $8,46. Estimated taxes in mills per dollar of taxable valuation 33.84. Number of persons of school age in the district 185. Taxable valuation (1933) „*. „-,, ,- ~ $343,623 Moneys and Credits (1983) „,..„.„ ,.,,—,...1175.462 Saturday evening and was ft guest of Hastings friends Sunday. The Misses Edna and Rath Lutg and Irene Lester were Council Bluffs visitors Friday. Ruth made application at the Jennie Edmundson hospital to enter that Institution for nurses' training, perhaps in the near future. G. W. Rlmel, who has been quite indisposed' for several weeks, was able to drive his car o town Saturday, the first time .'or more than two months. Hia many friends were glad to greet ilm there again. Mr. and Mrs. C. 1. Shapcott and children were Shenandoah visitors Saturday afternoon. Mrs. C. M. Nelson and Ethel were over night guests Monday at the R. C. Mayberry home near fllltsdale. Tuesday the ladles ftll spent the day in Omaha. Mrs. Terry Ouyer and two little daughters returned to their home near Macedonia Sunday evening. They had been visiting at the home of her father, B. B. McFall, and with other relatives near here. They also visited her sister, Mrs. Paul Van Horn, and family In Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McClure and children from near Malvern were callers at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. McClure, Tuesday. There were no services at the church Sunday morning on account of the muddy roads. We were very thankful however for the splendid rain which visited this territory during Saturday night and early Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Maddock* and four children drove to Mtsr Bourl Valley Sunday morning where they were guests of his brother, Clarence, and family. They were accompanied by hi* sister also, Mrs. Will Schler- meier, and husband from near Silver City. Dr. and Mrs. Warden Rimel and their five children drove up from Bedford early Thursday morning in time to eat breakfast with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rimel, They returned home early in the afternoon, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Lester drove in from Ottumwa last Wednesday for a few days visit with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs, Will Lutz and family. Their daughter, Irene, who has been spending the past month here will return home with them this week, '*£ ^SH^^ BB ' BMMP WWBBI mm iBB Vi Hi BfifiAUMft r*tf tf/AT ^WlSWrW *S^P

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