The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 17, 1933 · Page 6
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fl*i MALVtftH MALVfeftrMOWA, AUdtTSt tf* 1033 EMERSON Att*jtti*y Witt Jfett . TJonn Mitel*!! Officer* at N«tt Meeting Di*» In Omaha John Mitchell, aged veteran o the Clrli War, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Lan ders, In Omaha Saturday, Ang 12. He was eighty-seven years o: age and one of the last of the Civil war veterans. For many years his home was in Emerson He was brought to Emerson Tuesday afternoon and funeral services were held at the Baptist church. Obituary next week. He is survived by one dangh- The American Legfoit Auxiliary met Friday, Ang. ll, at the home of Mrs. Willis Patrick. Tire Cott- mlttee on buying materials from the poppy proceeds had on display eight lovely llttfe honte sewed dress and bloomer sets, two pairs of co-walla, four pairs of hose, and four Junior boy suits. These were immediately mailed to the Den Maine* supply shelf. A letter of thanks from Mrs. Fannie Cfofton was read fot remembrances sent daring her Illness. The traveling library chairman, Mrs. Jessie Orayson, has a new shipment of books jast received Saturday. This is the largest shipment yet received and the unit especially desires that yon make use of the books. This service is free and yon are cordially Invited to call at the home of the librarian and select your choice of books. The books are furnished by the state of Iowa free. The Auxiliary pays the postage each ter, three four great grandchildren, grandchildren. Mitchell is one of the two O.A.R. members left of the Emerson O.A.R. post. He lived in Emerson man* years until the death of his wife a few years ago when he went to live with his daughter in Omaha. way for them. Next month is the election. Members please keen this In mind and all be present. An interesting article was read by Edith Parker, Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. L. B. Patrick. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Paxson returned Monday from Rlchland where they spent a month with relatives. Mr and Mrs. Elmer Johnson of Red Oak spent Friday here with relatives and friends. IN ST. PAUL Vtett Our Nationally Known •UK Qanton SAINT PAUL X&KK 1 the Gateway to Minnesota's Ten Thousand Lakes Country. Close to theatre*, shop*, bust- nets center, Luxurious room*, three famous dining rooms, 300 Room* 300 Baths Large percentage of rooms at 13,50 per day for one Penan. 13.50 for two, "In St. Paul, tfe The St. PaoT IA BUCK HAWK HOTEL Mrs. Frank Porter, southwest of town, was taken quite sick last week with an attack of appendicitis. She is recovering, at latest report, with an operation. Lawrence Rice and wife and little daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Orel Qillan left Sunday by auto for a trip through the Yellowstone Park. Mr. and Mrs. E, B. Comer, Mrs. Pearl seolen, and Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Scoles returned Tuesday of last week from a trip up through the Black Hills and back to Lake Okobojl and then home. They report a very pleasant time. M. H. Weed, Ruth, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Weed left Monday for their home at Wood, So. Dak. after spending ten days here with relatives and friends. Misses Grace and Leona Dlxon attended the McGreer picnic at Chautauqua park in Red Oak Sunday. Donald Evans returned Monday from Okobojl to spend a few days here and accompany his father on a trip to western Ne- I braska and Colorado the last of ! the week. Mr. and Mrs. George Alstrope land daughter, Olive, and Dan Lamb of Wakefield, Nebr. visited | from Saturday to Monday In the home ot tbe former's aunt, Mrs. C. A. Lang, and other relatives. Miss Jessie Kellenbarger returned Monday evening from tbe Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago. Clarence Cottrell of Mt. Pleasant is visiting bis sister, Mrs. Bert Huntsman. Mr. Cottrell is superintendent ot tbe school in Mt. Pleasant; having been tbere elgbt years. John Moats of Prescott came Tuesday to attend the funeral of his comrade, John H. Mitchell. The Price reunion was held 'Sunday, Aug. 13, in the Chautauqua park in Red Oak. There ware sixty-five present from Emerson and Essex. Relatives here from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Will Price and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bessler of Laurel, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs, Homer Llston and sons of Omaha came Friday to visit his mother, Mrs, Emma Llston. MfSS Ruih wWeeter retnfn*a t frer home In VilHsea Friday aft* spending ft few days here wit Mrs. Orel Gflten. Fred Bruno* of Council Bluff visited In the R. E. Good hott Friday evening. Mrs. Brnao-w returned home with hinl afte spending the week here. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W. Tempi of Oregon canie the last of th week to visit her mother, Mrs Clara Abel. Mrs. W. R. Crawford and Miss Elva Douglas of Griswold anc Mrs. M. D. Lang and family spen Friday in Tabor with relatives. Francis Anderson of Humphrey, Nef>r. spent last week here with relatives. Aaron Johnson ae- ugh- companled hlin to Valley, Nebr and to visit in the home of his son Mr. Arthur. Mrs. J. A. Burroughs and children of Omaha, Mrs. M. L. Lang and children, Mrs. Vernon Johnson and daughter went to Red Oak Thursday and spent the aft ernoon In the home of Mrs. Carl Todtebon. Mrs. J. R. Freeman and children ot Red Oak were also present. The gathering com- irlsed a group who were clas/- nates in the Emerson school. The tostess served delicious refreshments and a very happy and en* oyable afternoon was spent. K. A. Evans and family returned Thursday from Okobojl where they spent two weeks at their lakeside cottage. Misses Euafda and Genevieve Huntsman accompanied them. Mrs. Jessie Grayson and son, Edwin, were Omaha visitors Saturday. Ora Douglas and family and Miss Pearle E. Lang were Omaha visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Huntsman and son, Eugene, ot Stenuett were Emerson visitors Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Mae Nelson and daughters, Wanda and Jean, left Saturday for Texas to make their home. Mrs. Nelson's sister came for them. J. L. Evans returned Thursday from Okobojl where he spent a few days with his family. Miss Bernlce O'Connell ot Sutherland, Nebr.' visited here last week with ber grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A.JW. Sbanor. George Davis of Belden, Nebr. came Saturday evening to visit bis sisters, Mrs, Henry Schlck and Mrs. Carrie McLaln. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mart returned home last ..Tuesday from a motor trip to Colorado. Mrs. H. G. Cbeney and daughter, Mrs. Wayne Cole, and little son Des Moines, ta., Special: Every boy and girt in towa tindef It years of age, has been invited to be the guest of the Iowa State Fair free of charge on Friday, August 26, at the actual Children's Day festivities of the Exposition. Over 26.000 youngsters are expected to attend the huge children's party, which opens at 9 o'clock in the morning with the annual birthday celebration for "Mine", towa boys and girl*' own baby elephant, circus features, daylight fireworks, band concerts, and kindred attractions. The State Fair will be IB progress this year from Aug. 23 through Sept. 1. imogene • S. E. Mills COMMERCIAL P-R-I-N-T-I-N-G When you need any type of printing done see your local printer before sending the work out of the county, Mills county has four pro., gressive printing plants, which can care for nearly every type of printing you need. The Malvern deader maintains a well equipped, mod* ern plant manned by skilled printers, l.ong experience in handling printing for Mills countiana insures a law av» erage cost and means that you can get your work done, on the average, more eco* nomically by having it done here, returned home Wednesday from Canton, Ohio where they 1 vtolted relatives. Dean Coatea and Kelley Stejner attended the funeral of Mrs. of? car Pierson in Stanton last' Wednesday. Mrs. John Thorson, George and Elsie and Mrs. J. A. Burroughs and children spent Wednesday with relatives in Red Oak. Mrs. Burroughs returned to Omaha Sunday after a three weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thorson, Sr., and other relatives. Miss Edna Douglas went to Council Bluffs Monday where she will take a course of beauty culture. George Aistrope of Wakefield, Nebr. came Saturday evening to mogene Girl ia Married Wednesday Morning, Aug. 9 Wednesday morning, Aug. 9, at 7:30, tbe marriage ot Miss Mary Regan and Ed Powers was solemnized by Rev. Frances W. Doyle In St. Patricks Catholic church. Tbe bride was attired in a wbite silk crepe gown witb a large white bat and white pumps. She was attended by Miss Mary Schelbler who wore a dress of pink silk crepe wltb a white bat and pumps. Tbe groom was attended by Jimmy Laughlin. During the ceremony Joe McGargiU sang "I Ix>ve r You Truly" and the "Ave Maria." After tbe ceremony a four visit his Lang. aunt, Mrs. Catherine Mr. and Mrs. R- A. Evans and children left Monday for Man* cheater to visit her parents and attend the Century of progress in Chicago. Miss Helen Lang returned to Des Moines Sunday after spending three weeks vacation here with her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Lang. The latter nicely, is recovering Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Pogarty returned to Council Bluffs Sunday morning after spending Saturday here with her mother, Mrs. Mary B. Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. H- L. Kellenbarger attended the Wtthrow reunion held Sunday, Aug. 13, lu Chautauqua, park in iled Oak. Fifty members were present for course, wedding breakfast was •~-^ ' - The bride Is the oldeat danfh» ter of Mr. and Mre. Johnny Regan and has spent her entire life here, The groom has been working the past two yean at tbe Frank Laugblln home and is from South Dakota where he and his bride went, to spend their honeymoon. Their'many friends wish them much happiness in their wedded life. CatUe Killed by Car Miss Mary Dempsey who has been staying in Council Bluffs for the paat month drove borne Saturday afternoon and when coming over the bill north of tbe Mike Doyle place two miles north west of imogene ran into a buncb ot cattle belonging to Mr. Doyle who was out of water and was driving them to nil son Joe'a about a mile north to water them. She crashed into them killing one instantly, and a fine milk cow bad Its leg broken and bad to be killed. The car waa a Studebaker belonging to Dr. Mlcheal Carey of Council Bluffs. It was damaged some but Miss Mary drove It back to Council Bluffs ia tbe evening. She escaped uninjured. Gave Shower f or Bride-to-Be 'Monday evening, Aug. 7. Miss Anna Maber gave*'a miscellaneous shower at tbe borne of ber mother, Mrs. Q, 0, Maber, in honor of Miss Mary Regan.' About thirty were present and the hon oree received many beautiful and useful presents. The evening was spent very pleasantly playing games and visiting, lemonade, Jlght and dark cake, and ice cream were served, by tbe hostess. - - dinner a number of friends and relatives called in the afternoon. This was their fifth annual reunion. Mr. 'and Mrs. B. M, McGrew and family left Tuesday for tbelp home in Wtlliamsburg after spending several weeks here witb bis parents. Mr. and Mrs, W. MgQrew. Mr. and Mrs. B- A, Rowers and famjiy returned ho»e from, Kansas and Oklahoma where they spent two weeks cation. John McGlnnles Jr, bad .tbe misfortune to have one, of Ws horses fa» Jnto » ditch mowing Highway No, i and ,_ a leg one day last week, It bad to be killed. * In Gov. day be told that spent as the county on toe No. 4 between Jawgenj ajd afcf»» andoah and * JH.OOO for road Intq of five nuiea smmm^s fen**; Avivn rfwult no m§m&N& l» a wonderful tbiafI A deni l«»t Tttead Junt phone 100 nay you need printing ttt\d we'll be gild to *Mi»t you with missed In tbe showers tbat^fell all around recently, Mrs. S. A. Allan spent Wednesday with ber sister, Mrs,-Will Listen. Mrs. T. P, Maher and son. T, J., spent last week in Omaha visiting ber sister. Quite a number from around here attended the Mills County Fair at Malvern and reported, it very good, Mrs, E. j, Cabill has been visit" Ing ber sister, Mrs. F, N. Weber, at Walnut tor a couple of weeks, Mrs, Tom Regan and -son, Jerome, returned from Chicago last Sunday, Mary Saner, ot near 'Red Oak Ja visiting relatives, beye,, , Jas. Fryre»r, » former resident but now in Red Oak, has been in Rochester, Minn, fat Mayo Bros,' for a goiter operation. Tbe opera. tion, which was very serious, van successful and be is POOR expect* ed home, - •'•• Mr, And Mrs. E.d Msber and baby, Mies Mae, and ^Gerald W&^ ber »nd J«bB a«ta?bejwtttfr,ie» turned Tuesday : ,eve»isg from. cprn 8ix, a»d aYejr»g*;| Near Qfflftha on . reported, bere but 1004 W . pwts td late fcW to >«•« Cttj soon. Mrt. Jefctnf tfttttntt* «rf €*!§. feowa cut. Olt»». a«d aer Haftafet Ctt**, *HW at t«e Meres- la De« Moines. an« tttM fteart Lawless, their e*«tn. ot OaMM drove tier* Sunday aorftfaff **<» surprised theft brother, A««y Clarlt, *y teeettaf W» at e*«t*A, tt is the first visit of Mrs. l*»*lH fin here In nine year*. They afr* Visited their ao»t, Mr». Kate Roger*. Two fee* table* arrived bet* the paat week. On tn«*d«y, A«f. S, a baby girl arrived 1* the home of Mr. and Ufa. Bttttett tt«|he*. This taakea them a fatally of two girts. The other i* a baby boy born to Mr. aad MM, Alrthony Bead In the Sarabsnt aespnal. This is their first baby and the first grandchild for Mrs. Carrie Head. We ettend congratulations. Miss Martha Doyle who baa been a patient in 8t Josephs no* ipltal in onana where she was taking treatment for rheumatism, returned home the latter part of last week and is very mtteh improved. Dominie Martin is enjoying • visit fromh ia two daughters, Do* mlnican nuns, Sistef Mary tJtta of Milwaukee, Wls. and Sister Mary Isadore, of Chicago. They gave tbeir father a pleasant surprise by meeting him at church Sunday mommg. Tbe family were expecting to meet them in Council Bluffs when they came but Instead they came down on the Wabaih Saturday night -and stayed at the Dominican convent In Imogene. Mrs. Delta Hughes Is also enjoying a visit from ber daughter, Sister Mary Margaret, of Sioux City. The Bisters also enjoy meeting as tbey are cousins, §. I. tft ttl tUSS tttrtdfttf th* - ^t-ittAm «»•* ZaTy oT ftStttftl! it/lot Gflmofft at Coirtcfl Btnte W wWHS VraflJ^lt DTwl Ifffot* »*»• "* 1. CHrt. Domini*** Sfstett «rtfv*d the p»«t week fr&in Rftef Fot- f«K|« tit, wnet* {feet sjwnt va«ath». tibese eofirtflf *«^ fiettttt Wrtet itafy CT«fid4s, t*t Mfcrltlfts, fflrttt «»ty tu Sister Oetttea. ¥wo wore etti a&d tk« hsttselteip**' ftfe yet 10 eotte., w»tt with lot t«sp«n«« for wotker* tbe past w»k. About tweaty-twe tteft wer« it work «*eh oat. Tnet did plajteflng, 9«iatlnR, and any othef *otk tail aeeded to t» done. A ftatt* bet of ladle* also responded afid prepared dinners, A enicfcen Inner waa pretrtred nearly every day and all the othef food things that to with it. Johnny owens and , family drove to Swindle Tuesday for « visit ot a tew days with Mm. Owens' parents. They also visited friends la OubUque. we can do it and do it right ,«.«»«-•. - ••-!*> ^tn* f. COUNTY BOARD PROCEEDINGS OFFICE OF THB COUNTY AUDITOR . Mills County. Glenwood, Iowa, July 14, 1»»3. On this the 84th day of July/1988, the Board of Supervise™ net pursuant,to adjournment of July 18th, with all members prat- ent and acting. • > > The minute* of the meeting of July 18th were read and approved. . • , RECORD OP THB FIUNO AND CONSIDERATION.OF THB '?%, BUDGET ESTIMATE . f «*' Be it remembered that on thli the 24th day of July, 1833, the Board of supervisors of Mills County, Iowa, met in session for toe purpose of filing and considering the estimate for tbe Jocal budget of said county. There was present * , Quorum M -required by law* Thereafter and on said day there was flled-the foregoing esUmat * after and on aaid day.there Vaa Jled k th» for|iipin|^t|^at«,;" " •, Thereafter said e«Um»te/wai dttly s pon»—-^-nsKV— bearing aSirequired by*taw3inH£rOJe8woc,, ,,,,„,„,.,„,,„ vera Leader and Emerson 1 Chronicle, newspapers published inm? County, Publication to be for one insertion andito»belat least t«i days prior to tbe date set for bearing. „ .._*--<'•>*«•; •_. & W. B, AGAN.'/Qhairman. -*, E. A. SCHADB, County"Andttor. *ri BUDGET E8TJJIATB AND RECORD OF FU4NG , •< : County Estimate .;; ,-*,; 1 T Notice—Tbe bowd.of auperrlsorf/ot jJUto.County, Iow£tw,jj| • meet August 14,19SB, at «;OQ p, m,,,at tbe Court House. Taxpayer* 1$ wiU be beard for or against tbe following estimate of ^expenditures .; at that time, ,"••**>' * »«*-'•.« -;, ** v ' * '•*,"*•" '» v,\i»- x ,*? % ji v^j *- • : ' ,B. A. Schade. County Auditor, ^ ^A t ' FUNDS fi*B»pj--«.;,„ ,„,'& Court JPhcpeww .,,,,'-, ft W SMJ«M jutt f tjft-t 20%,«ffls>Uiv~1» 8M»»MattMBi"flr-i> S«W*U' --'iW% A TT« ._,«,_» .' ^ - ft II vjtll, tt JW.^JtM-tl, " ^t *«| ttx ft JtV 1 I 1*0,000 "I.5M am * 51,131 85,75? li! , •«. at »w^»»g^w,3«j«Hg*\p««to»j!ii«>'; •- " t .- i t-y 4. ^*F**~m?£& ««it KM -R^ai.ta.^ Warrkp.ta OutstBii'lInF-' • ._-.'-. j ' « ~,t '•' -81" *i«5 I^LifwPWTO^^^Wpy,"' yty \ 9n • VfraH^Sf^iKf\ v '- "*M *i •» i <-"*- w < , «£ 3 '£» sSSx 1 - u i^

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