The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 10, 1933 · Page 6
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Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1933
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PAGE six THE MALVEft* LEAPtft, MALVfeR^ fOWA. t% ttSI EMERSON L E, Weed Diet | at Laredo, Mo, Mr. and ! and Mrs. of Geor&ie Graham Pacific Junction f 6rtf»*f rt*sidftf»t of Errief- aj^^ t»*i™iiA^fci 0 W ai-Aa^.-^ c^^b son Diougiifc nomc TOT K?&M6k'^j»Jkt l?&£^Ad» r unerai r riaay L. E. Weed, for mote than a halt eenntry a resident of Emer soli and vicinity, passed away a the home of his daughter, Mrs Gertrude Davis, In Laredo, Mo. July 26, after a long period o ill health. The body was brought to Em ergon and funeral services helc in the Methodist church. Friday afternoon, Aug. 4. at 2:30, con ducted by the pastor. Rev. L. B Rlpley. Music was furnished by ft. L. Fields, A, F. Smith, Mrs Avis Clara Thorson, and Mrs. flirdsall, accompanied by Miss Bdlth Bass. There was a large attendance and many beautiful flowers evidenced the love and esteem of old friends. These were in charge of Miss Pearl Lang and Mrs. M. D. Lang. M the cemetery the Masons of Humanity lodge attended in a body and gave their beautiful burial service under the direction of District Lecturer H. C, Hicks. The pall bearers were as follows; Active! H. E. Greenwood, F. D. Snodgrass, E. R. Blrdsall, E, E. Whisler, George Thorson, and Frank Oglevie. Honorary: C. E. Lakin, Gilbert Cheney, H. C. Hicks, M. L. Evans, C. D. Greenwood, and W. S. Listen. Leslie Edwin Weed, son ot Henry and Mary Weed, was born near Bedford, Ind., Oct. 6, 1844, so was nearly eighty-nine years old at the time ot his death. They moved to Monroe county, Iowa in 1849 where he grew to manhood. In 1864 he moved to Mills county locating on a farm south ot Emerson where he spent the greater part ot his life. He moved to Emerson a tew years ago to spend his declining years but since the death of his wife has made his home with his daughter at Laredo. Mo. He was married in February, 1870, to Miss Frances E. Davis and to them two children were born, Mabel who died in Infancy, and F. O, Weed, who lives at Trenton, Mo, Mrs. Weed died Not. 7, 1873. He was married in March, 1870, to Miss Flora M. Morris . to thia union were born > children: JT. W. ot Iraogene, M.TH. of Wood, So. D« k ., r,, H; of Blkin, 111., B. C, of Gordon, Nebr,, Mrs. Gertrude Davis of Laredo, Mo,, Emma B. of Omaha, and Mildred E. ot Springfield. Ill- all of whom survive him. He is also survived by fifteen grand- childten and ten great grandchildren, and one half brother, Harry Miller, of Colfax, and one half Bister, Mrs. Etta Barnett, of Independence, Mo. Mrs, Weed died Dec, II, 1988, Mr. Weed was eminently respected by all who knew him and a leader in his community, wher- «ver he lived. His genial disposl- tlon and kindly ways won and kept him friends among all with whom he came in contact. His cheerfulness was especially marked during his later years when be was a great sufferer, He was a member of Humanity lodge A, F. & A. M. of Emerson and took great delight in the teachings and influence of the order. He was a good citizen and his jue has left a deep impression upon eastern Mills county where he spent more than sixty years of his life. Those from a distance attend- Jng the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. F. Q, Weed of Trenton, Mo., Mr and Mrs. H, M, Davis and son. Vernon, and daughter, Mrs. Fern Wyrick, and little daughter of Laredo, Mo., H. M. Weed and children, Ruth and Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Weed of Wood, So. Dak., Miss Emma B. Weed Of Omaha, Mildred B. Weed of Springfield, spent Sunday in the V. R. John son home. Frank DttrWn and Lynn Warren retnrned home Sunday froin eastern Canada and the New Eng- states. They report a nice JU., Wayne Weed of Nebr,, Mr. and Mrs. g. Lialn of Red Oak. Belden, P, MCI land trip. Mrs. Mae Kendall and daughter, Annabel, of Kansas City, Kan. are visiting In the home of her Sister, Mrs. Wilbur Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Smith ot Red Oak visited his mother, Mrs. Clara Abel, Sunday afternoon. They were enronte to their home from Arthur, Nebr. where they went after their daughter, Gladys. The latter has spent two months Jn Nebraska with her brother, Rev. Floyd Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Booth and family, Mrs. Iva Hull, and Mrs. Emma Anstlne of Lincoln, Nebr. spent Sunday in the Walter elites home. Mrs. Anstlne is an aunt of Mrs. Clites. Misses Jeanette and Olendora Ashby returned to their home in Red Oak Saturday after spending the week with their aunt, Mrs. Harold Sowers. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brunow ot Council Bluffs came Sunday to visit in the R. E. Good home. Mrs. Brunow remained for a longer Visit. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Spoon went to Hamburg Sunday to visit their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Merle 3ombs and get acquainted with heir new granddaughter, Vera Joan, born Aug. 6. Mr. Spoon is section foreman here. The Masonic lodge here had work Monday evening when Clif- 'ord N. Vestal took his third decree work. Twenty visitors from Council Bluffs, Malvern, and Red Oak were present. Refreshments were served by m committee of 0. E. S. ladles: Mrs. Dana Oglevie, Mrs. Hasel Patrick, and Mrs. da Belle Stokes. Mrs. Clara McDowell retnrned home Tuesday from Omaha where she spent the week end Ith her daughter, Laura. Mrs. Sandeen of Rawllni, Wyo. ime Monday evening to\ visit her daughter. Mrs. Harold'Cook, and get acquainted with her little grandson. Mrs. J, E. Waymiro was called o Stanton Monday morning by he serious Illness of her mother. Mrs. Pierson. Her mother passed away a short time after. They all ittended a family reunion on the Sunday preceding and Mrs. Pierson suffered a severe stroke' ot paralysis which caused her death Monday morning, Mrs. Waymlre has the sympathy of the entire community, Born — to Mr. and Mrs. old Cook, Aug. 7, a little son, Mrs, Cook is at the home of her aunt. Mrs. G. w, Carlson. Born — to Mr. and Mrs. Jay Sell, a little son, Aug. 3. Mrs. Sell will be remembered as Miss Marie Brodd. The Women's Relief Corps No. 214, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, will hold their annual picnic at Lake George Wednesday, Aug. 16, A pot luck dinner will be served. Every member is urged to be present. 3ring your husband or one friend. Rolile Good, Cbet Conijell, Farris CoUrelj, and Francis Gil- Hand left Monday for the bar. rest fields in North Dakota, Jim and Fred Huntsman and Lester Hollingsworth left Mon» day of last week for southern jissourl on a fishing trip, return- ng borne Saturday evening, Miss Dorothy Babbitt of Carson is visiting her cousin, Miss Maiine Cole. 0- C. Coppage and family re, urned home Sunday evening rom a vacation trip to Niagara Falls, Buffalo, and the Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago. The Cary-Edle families will lold their annual family reunion, n the Emerson park on Sunday, Aug. 80. All interested come and bring well filled baskets. Mrs. R. B. Tubbs entertained at a € o'clock dinner a week ago f Miss Wttma Bo*en o* S»y»otrt caare thwrsdftt to visit ia tte Martha Bass noift*. Mr. and Mrs. ft. E. Good left Thttrnday on a motor trip to iJonesboTO, Tenn. Virginia Hafrca.Il left Saturday fot Erlcson, Nebr. to visit her brothers, Paul and Johnnie. John Moats spent Friday with friends In Emerson. Mis* Pauline BTeakney returned Monday from Manchester and Clear Lake where she visited friends. Misses Mildred and Margaret torsn accompanied her hoaie tor a few days visit here. Lieut. Harry Sheldon Tabbs of Washington. D. C. has beea the guest ot Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Tnbbs the past Week. Lieutenant Tnbbs graduated from West Point In June aitd Is now on leave of absence until September at which time he will be stationed at Fortress Monroe with the coast artillery. He left Wednesday tor his home and wilt stop in Chicago enroute to attend the Century ot Progress Eiposltlon. Miss Wlnnifred Hatfield returned Saturday from Des Molnes and Ames where she spent ten days visiting friends. Fred Stille of Omaha and Mrs. H. L. Stahnke of Mesa, Afif. en* ertalned Sunday in the home of heir parents, Rev. and Mrs. 3. f. Stills, honoring as guests Mlssj Mona Andrews and Miss Dorothy McClune of Des Molnes. O. E. Huntsman has accepted a position In the meat department of the Red Ball store in Red Oak and began work the last of the week. They will stay In Emerson for the present. S. H. Rice and Clarence Powers left last week for North Dakota to help harvest grain. Mrs. Nina Simmons came last week from Chicago, III to visit her sister, Mrs. L. V. Hicks, and brother, Frank Oglevie. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cramer drove to Elliott where they at* tended the annual reunion and picnic of the Reynolds family of which Mrs. Cramer Is a member. There were about seventy present Imoff ene • S. £. Mills Katiinfefier ftuftilk* Hola Sunday, Aug. S. the Ksinmerer families held t&eir annual r*- nnlon at tn» home of Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Otto. One hundred fire attended. A teag tafcfe Was set In the and they report a fine time. Paul Carson came in from Omaha Saturday to spend the week end at home. Re is enjoying his new work in the Investigating department ot the Federal Farm Loan board. Darwin Hascall who left last week' for Portsmouth, Virginia, writes home folks that he had reached Atlanta, Oa'. by Thursday. He made a thousand miles the first two days. He U hitch hiking. , Mrs. Lola Shetterty leaves the last of this week for Canada to look after farm interests. After all, It ones doesn't take much to please the modern girl. Take the 1933 bathing suit for example. John Moats spent Friday with friftoda in Emerson. TELLS HO* SHE TOOK 4 INS; OFF HIPS 7 IHS. OFF WAIST In 40 days by takiugr Kruschen Salts, Mrs. Helgft Blaugh of New York City reduced 8ftH lh«.»-w took 4 laches off hip, 9 ihoheu off bust and 7 H laches off wuii* She writes* "I fewra^'t gtttte butt? iff? a monja&t --•••"look 10 m. » . To gel rid. in Tubbs. Fourteen guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mart; left Thursday on a motor trip to Denver and the Rocky Mountains. Mr. «nd Mrs. George Butcher of Theyer, M,o, came the flrat of last week to yMt a few dap te the hpme of their aw, Qt}g. George Howie pf HawUl, S, 0. came last week called by the -'-•- muess of his father. Sheriff's Sale BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION directed to me from the office of the Clerk of the District Court ot Mills County, Iowa on a judgment attained in said court, on the 28th day of April, 1932, in favor of John Mott as Plaintiff and against F. E. Howard as Defendant, for the sum of $3,434.40 and costs, taxed at $79.96 and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real estate situated in Mills County, Iowa, taken as the property ot said Defendant to satisfy said execution to-wit; The South'West Quarter (SWH) °t Section Fourteen (14), Township Seventy-Two (7?), Range Forty»Two (48), West of the Sth P. M., Except 1 41-100 acres sold to Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company, ID, North-last corner and except one acre for School described as Commencing Seventeen (17) Rods West of the South --East corner, thence North Twelve and One- Halt Rods, thence West Twelve and One-Half Rods, thence South Twelve and One-Half Rods thence East Twelve and One-Half Rods to place of be* ginning and also except a tract conveyed for Road, Being West 20 feet of South u chains 9! South'West Quarter (SW%) of South-West Quarter (PW%i) and also, except Harry! granted to State of Iowa fer -Jessie Kellefibargsr left tw QafiuoJift to purposes as shown by record thereof ID Book £$ 188 o| records e| CeiHrty, I0wa, Aftd, th*. West Quarter (8W%J of the aad all th*t p ftr t of the Weal i Quarter South o| the of the of the Md l g.CWcaio to attend e| Mid, »>*> Q,w, MAim 4*4 d, U i> 104,4 aa no* lowtwj, »U Jourteea yard ftad alii tie brothers aftd sisters, uacfes and annts Were seated at that the others were served at bridge tables. Those atteaainf wet* Mr. and Mrs. Win. Butler, Gie* Fanst and two sons, A. W. fo*st. Mf. and Mrs. Clyde Conkel and two children, Mr. aad Mrs. Barley Wade. Merle and Duane. Mr. and Mrs. John Conkel, Mrs. Albert Martinson. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar josephson and two daughters, Mrs. Bert Josephson, Mr. aid Mrs, Fred Hslvin and two daughters ot Red Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Ali«tt Black and granddaughter, Mildred, Mr. and Mrs. OlUe Hays an three daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kelly ot Shenandoah. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly aad Virginia Rose, 8t Joseph. Mo., Mrs. Harry Weather*! aad three children, Mr. aad Mrs. Rush Kam merer and Joseph, Mrs. Sarah Gee and Florence, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Costello and four sons. Will Kam* merer, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Addy. Maurice, Russell, Darwin and Eileen. Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Ad* dy and Junior, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Drake, Gerald and Kenneth Drake, O. A. Workman and grandchildren, Phyllis and Jun* lor Cummlngs, Mr. and Mrs. John Otis, Mr. and Mrs. Floy Gee, Mrs. R. Addy, Mr. aad Mrs. Col. But* cher and Margtet, Helen and Darrtll Perry, Mrs. Leah Adams and John ot Imogene, Mike Kam- marer and Tommle Mynster of Council Bluffs, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Halcombe and two children of Ralston. Nebr., Mrs. Ida Wright of Smlthwick, S. D., Mrs, John Eastman of Arvada. Colo. Mr. aad Mrs. James Kammerer, Liberty, Nebr., Mr. aad Mrs. Bert Kammerer aad son ot Berchard, Nebr.. George Adams and Miss Eveyln ot Des Molnes, Mr. and Mrs, Carl Irwto, Everett and Edna ot Elmo, Mo., Mae'Mathewa of Tabor. ^ Mrs. T, O. O'Connor. Jams* and Anna Marie spent laat Sunday in Malloy at the home of Janes' father, John O'Connor. Leo. oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hanklns. has been laid up the past w**ktrom,runJBiBs; "~ was given and he It] along Qne, Ed Maher aad sister, Lorretta, spent Wednesday ot last week in Glenwood. Miss Louise O'Connor has been visiting her sisters, Agnes and Mrs. Marshal McLaren, in Omaha for several days, Mrs. Joe GnUebenritter bad the misfortune to run a piece of telephone wire clear through her foot one day last week, Her foot is very badly swollen and painful. Mr, and Mrs. E. J. Sweeney and son, Leo, came down from Omaha to spend Sunday "'with Sweeney's sister, Mrs. J, ner. - ^ • •; Mrs, J. H. Coogan hag quite sick and a trained nurse from Omaha has been here ear? ing for her. George, oldest son of Mr,, and Mrs. Ed Maber, spent several days with bis grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. L. E. GutwbenrUter, while bis parents were away on a visit. »;•, , Miss Eileen Gilmore of Council Bluffs is bere oa a twp weeka va* cation visiting her uncles, Bd and Tom Horrigan, and aunt, Mrs. A. J- Clark. Donald and Robert spent a couple days of last week with tbeir grandparent** Mr, asd, Mrs. M, J. CftbUi. . Mr. and Mrs. gg son, Ralph, Loul«e Gutschenritter, na, Nebr. for s ., Ham Barron home. visit the ery, Stuntte' the Platte at different titueg'gpj OWibft daily * m Mian Lpuiee piaa OA fthout § week, ghj,< 84* fPpiiS»UQ8i tern jw*4* Jw Tuoy *W take tbelr feiltett M*et Ante A«ici*ftt L*st Sunday afternoon whfl* Mr. and Mrs. Fraak Mffcer *ef* oa their way to Matters, Mrs. Miner was learning to drive, aad goirig down the hill oa No. I near the Jim Dnrbta farm sh» lost control of the cat aad it W«at into the ditch turning ovef and badly damaging the car, aad both Mr. and Mrs. Miller were cut aad bruised. Mrs. Miller fe* ceited a cut on her am that re* quired several stitches. Shower for The Sodality girts gats ft {miscellaneous shower test Wednesday evening, Aug. I. at tat home ot Mrs. Marie Laughlla, ia honor of Miss Mary Regan whoee marriage took place Aug. I. The bride received many handsome as well as useful gifts to b* us*d in bet future home, tee cream aad cake were served. Mrs. M, Printy retnrned Thursday from a trip of several] days la which she visited In Chicago, atteaded the convention of the « flitt-iti-^s | ft x& MmSc JftflteSsv ^ "Ifcfr tRnaOGr 01 iiwii .were » JKT* iiiSttiei SfSHf *? JM£j** i*t **ir^!Bifc. x& Jki- ti'si'iifirya -atjfeU -aKsAjMMsrt. Cfa UOyjC *** uO TOJMM» s»ia*i fat *0ft 6ft St. tfttfWtt A ^-'jiLiiiii-i'arft'fslgsi. Ju9 rJ$Jft*& ^frifei- COTmnTitB™ o* JBQIOO w itB BpjporlVtCru to pTCPBT6 tnft itfftft* XHuntiT wfll fft St. Patriots Mr. a*d Mrs. Myftel tfeotets Mr. **4 Mr*. O»e»f Beltkfrtjj family sftni Saturday ev'fr- ala« at Ifee Andy Fleinlng noinft. Mr. »»(J Mrs. Ctyde &nnlap *ftd datignters were etefifroorf vislfofi Mrs: H*fvle frougtft* Had sot, Wayfi« Spicef, went to ft«d Oat Sunday and will spend the week visiting at the pau! Fdstef hoine. Ret. f 1 . W, Doyle of itoogene was a «ue%t Tuesday evening At the A. 3. McOlnftls hette. Mr. and, Mrs. Venard Larson wete Omaha visitors Saturday, Mf. and Mrs. Emery McDowell and son, Bobbie, of Lincoln, Nebr. spent Monday and Tuesday at the ttarvie Douglas hotne. Oral Qlllan returned home Sat* urday evening from Allendale, Mo. Misses Clara Marie Douglas and Helen Myers and James ponglas spent Monday afternoon rf . 1*4 ilrtv tiMK ie&lat ot , gift* »*H!r*a« Sake* *p*nt at Creates. Mr. AM Mrs. etttert ttcCfrfn *p*nt t&e past we** wftfc fela- tites At GHnftefi. Mr. ifid Mrs. Art Ffattef and tafittly guests at in* «** ifoirgtaa ApplJtattett* lor ifr rt Notice waft f Welted this ftof n- ing to tns e8*et that an gftamtfit* tioi ot applicant* tdf ifci ?ott Master at stive* City will fc» Wft* ducted at Gienwood, there wete nln« persons fe» jesting ftppilcatlon blanko ffott this post office: Mrs. Id* Mcdae, lift, ray Dellchler, Mr«. Lafttt* Bfooks, Mrs. Chfista Miss Adah Howser, Patkef, 0hiHey MendMt, and Roy Robin*' Silver City Time*. ladies* auxiliary. Century of ft the Llndsey COOBS home near Progtew Exposition, and also. visited relatives in Ckntaeil Bluffs and Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Read and daughter, Martina, spent Wednesday in Lincoln visiting his sister, Mrs. Edgar Dorbln, and family. Mr. and Mrs, Rotcoe Greenwood returned recently from Lake Okobojl where they had spent a few day*. The rural carriers and families of Fremont county met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Comstock Friday evening, Aug. 4. About SO attended. Everyone enjoyed hearing the reports of the state convention which was held at Falrfleld and the plans that have been mad* tor the national convention to be held at DM Molnea Aug. M. IS and 24. Refreshments consisting of ice cream and cake were served. The September meeting will >be held at the O. I* Smith home in Hamburg. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wirth, Theodore, Austin, and Jerome, Miss Acne* ParUell, and Oscar Heinxe of Nebraska City attended church here Sunday morning and then wont to the home of Mrs. Wirth's nephew, Martin Head, .where they were eatertaiaed for the -day, B. Macedonia. James remained for several days visit Mrs. Opal Bayes and son, Daf- rel, and Miss Stella Nlms were Randolph visitors •Thursday aft* ernoon. Mrs. Chas. Shaw went to Red Oak Friday 'evening. She and her Sister, Mrs. Mae Zuelke, left Sat* urday morning for Chicago^where they will attend the Cetttury of Progress Exposition. Ray Shaw was an Omaha vis* itor Thursday. Lawrence and Elmer Patterson ot Essex spent Friday at the A. J. McQlnnis home. Misses Enna and Creola Arch* er returned home Sunday after spending several day* the past week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lang, near Hamburg. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ricka- bangh ot Randolph spent Friday at the Scott Arterbura home. Chas. W. Shaw was a Des Molnes visitor Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Arterburn, Mrs. tor. A. J. McOtnnis and daugb< Betty, and Mrs. Myrsel Thomas were Red Oak Saturday, Sheriff's Sale BY VlRTUl OF AM UfJBCtf* T10N directed to me from the ot* flee of the Clerk ot the District Court of Mills County, Iowa on & Judgment obtained la said court, OA the 16th day of May, 1638, in favor of L. A, Andrews, supt, it Rec. la, State savings Bank, Mat* vern, la., M Plaintiff and against Leonard D. Fletcher et al, as De* , fendant, for the sum ot 12,078.24 and costs, taxed at $31.00 and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described personal property situated in Mills County, Iowa, taken as the Property of said Defendant tot satisfy sajd execution to-wit: , # All Cleaning equipment, »ln- cluding Washer, extractor; Press and all other equlpmlnt now in use in the cleaning plant, Also all increase, and aJJ- ditlons. And alt other goods- and chatties, belonging to the said cleaning plant .Known as' "The Star Cleaners and Dyers • of Malvern, Iowa," and will offer the same for sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand at said Plant in Malvern, Iowa, on the 38th day ot August A. D., 1933, hours ot \ V said day,, when and. where due John McGlnnis ST. and son. A*

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