The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 24, 1933 · Page 6
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 6

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1933
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PAGES!* MALVfettf* LfeABfett, MALVfcttK. tOWA, AUGUST H. i133 EMERSON James Smith Died Saturday, Aug. 19 Wa» & Pioneer Resident oH Mill* Cdtrftty L Fti«erftI in Ernersori James Smith, one of the pioneer residents of Mills county died at his home northwest of Emerson Saturday afternoon following a long period of ill health He was born In Qnelph, Ontario in 1860, so had reached the age of eighty-three. He came to Mills county nearly slit? years ago locating on the farm three inlles northwest of Emerson •which has ever since been his home. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon In the Methodist church in Emerson, conducted by the pantor, Her. L. E. Rlpley. tie is survived by his three tons, Marian, Arthur, and Ray, of this vicinity, farther particulars and obituary next week. Funeral Rite* for J, M, Mitchell Held August IS On* of Emerson's Last G. A. R. Members Brought Hotne far Bofial The funeral of John H. Mitchell, one of Emerson's last surviving O. A. R. members, mention of whose death was made in last week's Leader, was held Tuesday afternoon, Aug. is. The services were held at the First Baptist church in Emerson at 3 o'clock, conducted by his pastor, Rev. Charles Francis Holler of Omaha, assisted by the loca pastor, Rev. J. F. stille. Music was furnished by Mrs. Clara rhorson, Mrs. Louise Whisler, H. 3. Greenwood, and Ivan Salmons Jr., with Miss Edith Bass at the ilano. The Woman's Relief Corps sat In a body and gave their bnr- al service at the grave. The pall iearers were C. D. Greenwood, H. Bunk Releases Another 20 Per Cent The Emerson State Bank, beginning last Friday, announced the release of another twenty per Cent of the time certificates, rep- C. Hicks. W. W. Abel, R. W. Da- Vis, A. W. Shanor, and Ernest Drahelm. Burial was made in the Emerson cemetery. John H. Mitchell was bom Feb. 5, 1846 in Clark county, 111. j day for Tcrrington, Wyo. to Vlsl! He lived and* was reared as a i relatives. tnnfty to show their respect tan love for him a host of frteridi came to take him by the hand wish him happiness, health, many more Birthdays. The glorlons friendship that made us happy while he was among us mattes us equally ffiotrrnful at his departure on the morning of Aug. 12 at 7:80 o'clock. Closest to him he leaves his daughter, Mrs. Dessa Landers, and her daughter, Gloria Gean. Also two grandchildren, Leslie P. Mitchell of Omaha, and Goldle Mitchell Runt of Lake Worth. Fla.; and four great grandchildren, obedience to all things good moulded his character, made him beloved by ail who knew him, and remembered as a Christian gentleman, humble and kindly at all times and to the end. Mr. Mitchell was one of the two members left of the Emerson G. A. R. post and always enjoyed visiting here. iJvre SwaHwr ft visiting Irtre t» the Kfflt & fife ntttle, W. t. Snodgrsat, and cousin, Forrest. Date gfatfaated from Iowa State college fit Att%s last June. Dar**n Rle*. Clyde Smith, Jesse BftEiWBv and Carl Edi* returned Saturday erenlng: from a motor trip to the Black HI!is and »r, and Mrs. K. A. £v*«t and Q Wtitt £n6rQft Hunts- nan returned none Saturday evening fro* Edgewood wfrefe they spent th* w-eel. Mr. and Mr*. K. A. Evans and soft, BOD- bj*. accompanied relatives to Chteaco and attended the Cen- Mr*. i* Co«*riftnv Sttl. Of CaM. tary of parents. Progress* Mr. and Sfrft. Evans's Mrs. Joseph BaptM Sunday school ea-1 Sharp. a*c«mpaai6d them home Joyed tfcetf annual picnic Thar*- for a ttsit here. at the Chtatanqufi park in da*. Games and sports w*re enjoyed, also a bountifnl ptenie dinner. Otet one hundred were present. The Woman's Relief Corps en- a plenie Wednesday at Lake G*orjte. Forty-five members w«r* present for dinner. Games 'and seorts were enloved. ROBS of Shift , — guests of Mh and 1ft. CWMet Cotey WedftMday. Mrs. c%kffteft Cowardln w** ft gttest of lire R. t elfl* at the ftoft* of Mrs. devft Broom. Mrs. L-. 1*. (Jow- ardin remained for ft longer vl*it with fee* daftgtter. MrTa* ^a.j* fflra ana iett fbe*<f*t *? ttf tisft two Mr. **« '«». !*****§ Se%ief ift* f*fflflfr attended tit* ritnitfft «t tfttt Lite Ift COUNTY BOARD PROCEEDINGS HENDERSON Mr. Mr». Bevis Sowers let Leonard Peterson returned home Thuisday night from Chicago where he and his brother, Gordon, attended the Century of Progress. Gordon secured a pe- Saturday ttofnlng for Chicago t attend the denttiry of Progress The latter's Mother accompanle them as far aa Davenport wher she wlii feaaln with a sister nifr tit they rettttfi. Enroute Home they *»1I *«*tt the Batitagnttnets at WilttHS Junction and with rela fives at MttftMiine and Ottumwa Mrs, M. t). Maxwell and son Francis, returned to their home In Lincoln Sunday after a few farmer, moving to near Co)urn- resenting fifty per cent of the' bus - Ohio, and later to Hender- bank's deposits at the time th bank went under the depositors agreement plan last March. This Is the third time they have released a twenty per cent share since then. Looks like they would noon have it all out. Frank J. Shaw of Odebolt was a business visitor here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Landers and little daughter, Gloria Jean, of Omaha were Emerson visitors Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. James Stlllwell of Council Bluffs spent last week here with her mother, Mrs. Rosa Boyer. Russell Bills of Olenwood is spending two weeks here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bills. H. C. Knight motored to Harlan Sunday to visit in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Hal Wyland. Mrs. Knight and Helen spent the past week there and accompanied him home. Rev. Floyd Smith of Arthur, Nebr. spent Sunday in the home of bis grandmother, Mrs. Clara Abel. W. J. Adams left Wednesday son county, 111, where at the age of seventeen he volunteered In Company E. 10th Illinois Infantry. He served eighteen months in the Union Army during which time he was with Sherman in that memorable "March to the Sea. In the year 1870 he was married to Ella J .Bird. Nine years later, he and his wife moved to near Emerson, engaged In farming and lived there together for forty-nine years. It was in Emerson that he Joined the Baptist church In the year 1906. To them three children were born: two sons and one daughter, the daughter, Dessa, being the only survivor. Retiring from farming he was engaged by the Emerson Ceme- ery association as sexton to which pursuit he devoted his entire time for sixteen years. His good wife preceded him in:o the hereafter, departing this life Nov. 24, 1927. Since that ime he has lived and made his sltlon at the gas works In Chi* and remained there. .days visit bete. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Honerman Mrs. Waldo Kdmondson visited and daughter, Helen, left Satnr* relatives to Red Oak Tuesday. ** Workman will the post office Miss Dorothy Kapple of Ottumwa spent Saturday and Sunday here with friends. Mrs. Georgia Graham and Children of Pacific Junction spent Saturday here. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Evans left Friday for Illinois to visit relatives. They will be away abdut ten days. Mrs. W. W. Anderson and children of Omaha are visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Coates. Donald Coates returned Wednesday from Spring Valley. Wls. where he visited In the H. O. Geopfarth home. John L. Evans and son, Don* aid, left Wednesday on a motor trip to rado. the mountains in Colo- lome 'ohn with his Landers, daughter, Mrs. In Omaha, at whose home, to commemorate his , . „ eighty-seventh birthday, open evening for Kansas to attend a .house was held on the 6th day ot family reunion, ~- ~ — '•• *""• * * • *•"•* •••««•« —«— .«• i Laurence Smith left Thursday for Ames to visit friends. Horace Cheney left Saturday for Chicago where he will attend the Century of Progress. Floyd Gibson left Thursday for Chicago to visit his uncle, Ed Burton, and attend the Century of Progress. The Methodist Sunday school enjoyed their annual picnic Frl Mrs. Emma have charge of white Mrs. Sowers is away on her vacation. A. J. Harbor and wife and son, Morris, and Mrs. Pearl Harbor •nd son, Blilie, were In Red Oak Thursday morning. Mrs. Scott Sheehan and sons visited relatives In Omaha several days last week. Cliff Plumb and wife of Red Oak were visitors In town Saturday afternoon. Hatel Ayers left Friday with some friends tor a few days visit at the World's Fair in Chicago. Plans were made at the Christian Ladles' Aid Wednesday to entertain the Lone Star Ladles' Aid the last Wednesday of this month. Mrs, Ed Woods, Howard Thomas, and Harold Jenkins returned home Friday from a week's stay it the Century of Progress In Art Frltchef and family returned Saturday from the rodeo at Sidney where he took part in ft. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Amick visited in Ciarinda and College Springs Saturday evening and Sunday. Mfs. Mable Smith who has been with her parents, jap Danford and wife, for the past three weeks, has returned to her home In Kansas. HILLSDALE Mills County^ Glenwood, tow*, AffgBlt '4, 1988. On this the 4th day of August, 1988, the Board of Stipsrvlsors met pursuant to adjournment of Inly 24th, with all members prgfr ent and acting. The minutes Of the meeting of July 24th were; read and ap* proved. The following claims were allowed: Walter Alley, channel change—Construction Fund .^-^f £7".t0 Haldoh C. Altekrnse, assisting Clerk at Courts-Court Expense Fund *„.*********** «*«*«. ****** a,.*.**** 29,0ft Cherokee State Hospital, ears of inmate—Insane Fund .. 69.01 C. B. ft <J. R. R. Co., freight—Maintenance Fund .^.-^ 864.18 H. O. Ferguson, cottrt reporter—Court Expense Fund *.** 22.80 Gearhart Lumber Co., concrete headwalls-^-COflgtrnctlon * 826.12 la. Soldiers Orphan Home, cafe of lnmate»*-Pdof Fund ** 48,68 Otto Judkins, Co. Tfea.8., Jttrot'e certificate—Court Expense Fund *..»*».&..»*** »*«**«•,.»*»****,.»..»*».» 2.10 Oscar Lee, labor—Maintenance Fund " W. C. Miller, freight and drayage—County Fund Ruth Miller, assisting recorder—County Fund Mrs. Stella Sawyers entertained at a family dinner Sunday in ionor of Mr. and Mrs. John Kel* ey and daughter, Mrs. Ethel 3ansen. The other guests Were: Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kelley and children, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sawyers and daughter, Mr. and Chicago. Miss eacher Dallanger, a former in onr schools, visited , Mends here all last week. She expects to teach in Olenwood again, this fall. After the business session of he Rebekah lodge Tuesday eve- day in the B. A, Baas woods. A lce bountifnl dinner was enjoyed, nitmoa WA*A , *»1.«»jl A«J JjJ?l HasfFohruaryrGiven this oppor-1 hundred were present. nlng,rhome made ice cream, cake, and, watermelon were Martha Smith and Octa A FLYING start with Conoco Brorwe! Away like lightning —new experience in power— in mileage— in ali^grpv^d performance, greatly improved snti.knock, with no increase in price. The introduction of Conoco Bronze has taken the motoring public by storm— the year's "best seller" in gasolines! 'er up with Conoco be convinced, O L I N I A PERFECT BUNNiNQ MAT! FOR CQNOCO OB8M PiOCfftSfD MOTO* OIL mm m — r !8." Sunday school to a cake Sunday In honor of his ninth birthday. 'Coy Rutledge and wife of Mai- Tern were guests Saturday and Sunday in the Ray Davis home. The 'stockholders of the telephone company held a business meeting "at the lumber office Thursday afternoon, ,Tbe church orchestra of the M. B. church will furnish music at their services next Sunday evening, Every one is cordially invited to attend. The orchestra has been under direction of Elizabeth Phillips. . ' , The friends of Mrs, Orval Oxford are glad she is getting along so nicely since her operation last Tuesday at the hospital Jn Council Bluffs and hope she will en- Joy better health from now on. Donald Fickel and family were guests Sunday for fllnner in'tbe Waldo Edmoudson home, Leslie Allenswortb and Charley Anderson went to Manning Sunday to see about securing work on the road. George Clark of Macedonia h«s jeen having charge of the Q«* .ord store several days' in Mr. Oxv Everett Sawyers and family) Mr. and Mrs. Wm.-Andrews and Children, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Culver, Mrs. Mary Sawyers and htldren, and Mr. and Mrs..Frank Sawyers. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Phelps, Irace and Walter, Mr, and Mrs, fyron Jones and Eleanor, and iJr. and Jdrs. C. R. Warren were a attendance Thursday at the 'ownsend-Qaston • Cummings re- nlon at Wood's hall in Tabor. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Anthony and family attended the Anthony- Scott reunion held In the basement of the Christian church in Olenwood Sunday. Official Notice Before the Board of Rail. ro»d Commissioner* May FarrJngton visited ber brother and family a_t Carsqn erel days last weefe, Donald Phillips and family Lincoln visited bis parents nesday and Thursday, Reggie and " turned home with their Oak, *9m ^p |'W''1PP*** : ^W^^^^MW ^W»^^^W-^Pf^P^|K1^^ *^^^P|W^|Ppp-«|rT^t i « the M, day evening, R W , list. petition tor a franchise tplfrect; use and maintain poles.* Vires, guy wires, towers, cables, conduits and other fixtures and'ap- pliances for the purpose of conducting electricity for power and heating purposes has been filed by the lowa-Nebraska Light and Power Company, Lin coin, Nebr., in the office of the board of railroad _ ,"_, _ of the state of Iowa; that said petition asks the struct and maintain said electric transmission line over,,along and across the following described public tends, highways, streams and private lands; (61 Beginning of the west (W) 'cofporafs .limit of the .town of Emerson, Mills County,, lowa, with »» east JB) and west (W) highway o& tfce south IB) line of/section twe»ty« three (83), tQwjisbJr' *-*-(78), north (N), (40), West (WX of'thV M. »ppro«|m»te)y at (SW) ssfBer o| ....- 1.87 t..«. .1126 Oakdale Sanatorium,"care of inmYtes-^Poor Fund ...... 839.47 R. W. Rhoades, P. M., stamped envelopes And stamps— County Fund .......... .....».-...,.....,>,.»..* 147.72 Railway express Agency, express—Maintenance Fund ... 1.03 Railway Express Agency, express—Construction Fund ... 4.02 Railway Expresss Agency, express—County Fund ....... 2.80 E. P. smith, sharpening lawn mowers—County Fund .... 2.00 State Juvenile Home, care of inmates—Poor Fund ...... 229.40 Carrie Storer, matron old ladies home~*4 > oor Fund .... 16.00 W. E. Agan, supervisor's per diem and mileage—County . 41.00 Guy Breeding, supervisor's per diem and mileage—County 62.90 Stroddard Adams, repairs at jail—County Fund ........ .60 8. V. Cooney, boarding prisoners—County Fund ........ 12.76 Choate Publishing Co., printing—County Fund ......... 89.68 R. E. Cogley, lee for court house—bounty Fund ......... 12,00 Cllpson Paint Store, supplies tor Jail—County Fund .... .72 Citisens Power ft Light Co., services for court house and Jail—County Fund ................ ............ 18.62 W. 8. DeMoss, mileage—County Fund _..........._.__ 20.66 Bess Dean, assisting Co. Supt.—County Fund .......... 70.00 R. H. Daniel, supplies for court house and Jail—County. 26,78 Emerson Chronicle, printing—County Fund ........... 66,88 C. A. Fllnn, repairs at Jail—County Fund .............. 1.46 Fldlar ft Chambers Co., office supplies—County Fund — 7.21 J. F. Greene Jr., clerk, commissioner's fee*—Insane Fund 88,00 N. 8. Oenung, commissioner's fees-—Insane Fund ........ 18.00 J. M. Donelan, commissioner's fee*—Insane Fund ...... 18.00 W. 8. DeMoss, conveying Insane to hospital—Insane Fund 16.60 E.E, Goodrich, Justice fees—Court Expense Fund ... 6,00 W. 6. DeMoss, constable fees—Court Expense Fund _... 4,20 0. R. Hyde, supervisor's per diem and mileage—County _ - 48.46 , S. Harrod, repairs court house-—County Fund .... 1.26 Jenkins Fergemann ft Co., office supplies—County Fund . 4.14 Klipto Loose Leaf Co., office supplies—County Fund .... 7.70 Koch Brothers, office supplies—County Fund .......... 71,82 O. W. Myers, coroner's fees—County Fund -...._...*.__ 6.10 Mills Co. Farm Bureau, appropriation tor. July—County _ 260.00 Metropolitan Supply Co., office supplies—County Fund — 41.11 Malvern Leader, printing—County Fund-......._..._». 84,80 NW Bell Telephone Co., services—County Fund „ Americana Corporation, library books—Library Fund ... ,.,, Omaha School Supply Co., office supplies—County Fund .. 6.08 Peoples Natural Gas. Co.. gas tor JaiK-County Fund 7.18 J- F. Rtggs Publishing Co., text books—County Fund — L. 8. RoWnson^y office supgMef-rCOttnty.Fund .„.—.-,. ^* Yf ' *" ~~~ ~~* •-•--—•

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