The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 10, 1933 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1933
Page 8
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PAGE mm CHAMPION HILL i®*At AHHtlfr tfe 1333 6ir<J lit 'GHsitlsi Mi*. ItDritel, Ifftd of ^rotfdeftc*, 1. Claf ftfttti Bl»fto|» tea Lo* H*t- ftwds etfoteifl dte*e* Sttnday aaa A W«e *fth CS*rI AMerions Hear , Mrs. L«cy Lrdfdeti and so*. Vftrgfl, attended t*e fntiersl of ft fetftUte in Carson Friday, they catted oa relatttfes a&d fHends in and near Oakland hefore return- Ing hotne. Miss Edna Lane is tisiting her Mster, Mrt. Oleft Ketleabarget. Seteral from here attended the funeral of Less Weed in Emer- wn Wednesday. His going aiarks the passing of another pioneer o the vicinity and leaves a tery small number of the real old time settlers. Ella and Harold Kellenbarger are visiting in the home of their •flcle, Raymond Van Wofmer, in Independence, Mo. Mrs. Edith Parker and family called on he* mother, Carrie Me- Lain, 1ft Emerson Saturday evening. She had the pleasure of visiting With her uncle, Bert Darls, and other relatives who were guests in her mother's home. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Bulllngton »ad children, Louie's brothers and sisters, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Webb were dinner guests Sunday In the Walter Kel- 1 lenbarger home. Fred Weeds called on Mrs Carrie McLaln Saturday fofe- ftoon. Bertha Kellenbarger called James Robert Bell one afternoon last week. He came to make hi home with Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bel and his little sister, Marilyn. Mrs. Myrtle Shelley visited Mrs. Arthur Cole Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Llddel and children from near Shenandoah spent Wednesday afternoon with the former's aunt, Mrs. Lucy Liddell. Clarence Bishops enjoyed „ vlsJt Wednesday evening in their hospitable home with the following relatives: Mr. and Mrs. Lon Hatfield, Mrs. Mary Giles, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bishop and children, and Mrs. Cozad. Lon Hatflelds, Ella Kellenbarger Alf Coopers, and Sherman Aliens were Red Oak visitors Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cooper and son, Richard, were dinner guests In his father's home Wednesday. In the afternoon Olons called on Jim Ungrys and Walter Kellen- bargers. Mr. James and sons, Carl and Loren, were Omaha visitors Wednesday. Chester Cooper left last week with 'some of the Bullington fam- Ur for a visit la Fulton, Kaa, Blla and Harold Kellenbarger accompanied them for a visit with relatives In Missouri, Edith Parker and sons, Hadley and Marlon, called on Jessie Qrayson and Edwin in Emerson Thursday, " Ted Straight suffered an acci dent when he had trouble with his plane last week. Three rib were broken. Mr, and Mrs, Bert Davis, Mrs Fern Myrlck and daughter, and CLASSIFIED ADS ABSTRACTS OP TITLE Complete Abstract of Title rec Mills County Abstract Co, {Member of the American Title Assn. and Iowa Title Asss.) ,r- Qlenwebd, Iowa. 4gtf, FOR RENT «»5 room cottage.,, j. H Beckwith, 60 tf. Pea4 AniimUs «, Call Art Jenns, Phone 39, Emerson, or City Meat Market, 58, Malvern. :tf For Sale,™, 8 brood BOWS' — Spotted Poland or Hampshire.— Claude Brooks, Phone 171-Fgo. 3-3. Co,, Shea, ., Phone 683. Reverse long distance charges to us. Let us haul yqur dead animals. Call for on* hpg appreciated, Fresh tank- »ge for gale at ell times, 6Vtf. j — f mo rural school, state kind and price first lettw.^-D, N. McQrew, Hea, 4WSOB, , that W» h«ve hoeu a«|vjte«j »<Jv«Bce on Maytag .9M VlU take effect A«j. H us More this aata lor price Hardware Co., FRUIT »w itote »» $iB®i *¥*» 4*JU of Cftrrtft we- J-rfdfty ftftd Satatday. 4tr. is Mrs. KClAtti'* t<rotS*r. They came to B% present at tfte funeral o* Mrs. 0&>ft'a fcrf&er, L. E. Weed. Mr. and Mrs. folrts fames and daaghters, Carrf» Mrd Mftrjorte. *ere hwsfness vftfteftt ttt Sidney one day last we%l. Mrs. Mary ffifas tltlted last week in the homes of Walter, Dewey, Boyd, and Clarence Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hfttfield and JKm, Lawrence, and granddangh- ffrw- day otetrfnt. SWrley Apptegftte wfts ft Swftday ot Edna GrHfta. Mr». Lttcy LWtfell spent day wfth her mothw, Mrs. 8. A. Reed. Mr. and Mrs. frean JfeLftfn were Strnffay visitors fn the tftt- ters fconte, fcetfrtng her sister, Miss Helen Davis, celebrate Set birthday. Alien s*eat Satirrday with her aunt, Flora Koehersoef- ger, while Sherman and Joe wets Mtt iMt «Mt enrtftt. of o*» ftatf n*y It s**ess*ry for '*«**»*« *e*8 part of tfe**r to altafik ft* f, aT Bei t yeftf. • ». B, fjaaford a*d daughter. Ddfotnf, Accompanied fey jr*p toftfitef* and fe m iiy of ce ?*?£*** »»« Lot eftft Wttfc ft** M^. * B d »rt P. *ft6 MfttT* tee* !«# tttit lr« (»(«« uttt **at to He wM IftTi-o-trt^t ft fteta ptfr- to ft **ft*ft of fcu-toWe tees c*tt« f fertft swinfatly tio^ftere and M- safled lit* itra tfte horses. lhie» «et the ftottea to »ttr»«*f , to tftftt he ke*t bust tfo«|tftt the t»ee« and keepMt the hortct frtift f«t- Me Dirtily irbt thefit triihftehea ftrthed w«& thssj wrt of the «**<& ttels and f w»B|S. Mr* sffa jBnfcy vrfl^rjse Pooft u% 6** tfittftet fh*Mrdiy _._. aantt. iWi Pftrtir. - ' m. titi Mrs. Cl«te«ee aftd Ififttot *«esded • nef StAdit «i fir* lake JKrl *fth the f4ttfMe* of c. W. Sotei, ChAJ. Hrlck*Sn, and Rev. Cttnd« of Soles Ked , , (ft CftflfTCH Hftffft tfeeff Mstef, Itrt. Estettft , the p*st *e«l. Mrs. Edtth Bereiftftn of w«* a g&elt of peftff Mfflet t-riday. . . E. 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