The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 31, 1933 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1933
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Mr. *M Mf*. Fraitk ft gfottp ot tfretf frtewSs Snndfty evening at a melon feed at tfte the women Wo*g« with t&em material tor a not tack Hh fcfed Mrs. Ernest f Ontow after which they an enjoyed entertained at dinner Sanaa? at great quantities of watermelon* tfceif howe northeast ot town fe> cantaloupes. Nine couples eft- eyed the courtesy. Mr. and Mrs. X. A. Irael of GHd- t ttr. aitd Mrs. P. s. Priest, f«Hti tfcetf f>1«es . and Miss Vitfafi fHest. at til* frteftttf • •eft $1*W w*i china, **d Sttftif* *«* freshttftttt *efe fSfirtatifcenl of Miss Wfkitft*!a*« fflfelgfi tfaflfa. High scofe Wi* made by Mrs. W< D. McCattiland and lew hy Helen zone Woftmtfy with handsome prises faf tteb. Gnests tar the afternoon Were: Mrs. P. t). gtethdiref, tin, 1. i» Banner, Iff*, tt, W» Salytrs, lift. W. O. MeCausland, Mrs. I. M. Steele, MM D«w*r Dye ot Omaha, Mrs. George Haloney of Keola, and ifeleft Zene WOrtftan. Mrs. t* tit Henry Entertain* at Bridge Mrs. L. 2, Menr? entertained seven ladies it her home Thursday afternoon when two tables were formed for bridge. Met guests were Mrs, W. 0, MeCattl* land, Mrs. L L. Banner, Mr*. 1, M. Bteele, Mrs. R. W. Salyers, Mrs. tt. A. Oaliiher, Mrs. P. D. Slothower, and Mrs. Glen Dal* rymple. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Larisoni Give Dinner tor Relatives Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Larlson and Miss Eulalle Larlson entertained the following relatives at dinner Friday noon: Mr, and Mrs. j. w. Dyson of Lyons, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Larson and son, John Samuel, ot Oakland, Nebr., Mrs. Hannah Swain, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Rapp, and Mrs. F, J. Duerr and daughters ot Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Beaton Entertain.Bridge Club Mr. and Mrs, Dan Beaton were hosts Saturday evening to the bridge club ot which they are members. >' Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bass and son; Mr. and Mrs. Bran Swain, Mr. and Mra. Chas. Ralne and son, Mr, and Mrs. Verne Dunn, Mr, and Mrs. Leonard* Duval, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Alberts and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. June \Wlse and daughter, and Miss Bernice Caudell and Ralph Bower, Alton Alberts and 'Mrs. June Wise re- ceivedJUgh score and Evan Swain and ~ "*~ " " MA. Oral Bowe* wftJi Bridge Party Mrs. W. A. Bowef entettaifted at feet home south of town Saturday comfriif&entaty to Mrs. Poland Relative* Meet for Reunion in Council Bluff 6 of Gnthrle Center. the entertainment Oral Sower Bridge Was followed by refreshments ot cantaloupe sundae, cake and coffee. Mrs. Frank Juetke and Mrs. Verne Dunn tied tor high score honors and Mrs. Glen Beeger Was awarded the consolation. 6e«lde the above mentioned guests those enjoying this courtesy were Mrs. Otto Hall, Mrs. Harry Oaliiher, Mrs. B. D. Hering, Mrs. Karl Herts, Jr., Mrs. Charles Wilson, Mrs. Martin Cunningham, Mrs, Floyd Rhoades, Mrs. Austin Bass, Mrs. Leonard Duval, Mrs. Will Chamberlain, and Miss Bernice Cattdell, Lloyd Walker entertained a petld party Lloyd Walker group of young people at his home Tuesday evening. Refreshments of home made ice cream and cakes were served and the guests enjoyed a social time together, Those who enjoyed the courtesy were Pearle Coiad, Franclle Blnnall, Orvllle Starr, and Carter Bartholomew and Bernice Messerole of Pearson, la. Olenn Sommenes Hosts at Supper The families of Glenn Bummers, J. M. Bteele, P. D. Slothower, Joe Kllpatrick, Clinton Bobbins, Homer Cutler, Harley Btevesson, Frank Summers, Bert Bushnell, and H. J. Benton enjoyed a pot luck supper and a watermelon feed Tuesday evening at the Glenn Bummers home. L. T. N. Club to Meet Sept, 13 The L. T. N, country club will meet with Mrs, H. J. Benton Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 18, &V ifl FaifrnoHi Plan fdf Next YeaJ The Rolaftd family reunion Was eld at Fairmont park in Cotm- :il Bluffs Aug. 27 With an at* endaftce of about do member*. After a bountiful dinner the UBlnesg session Was conducted by he president, C. A. Williams, tt was decided to have the M*t re- nlon at the same place the last unday in August, 1884, The following officers were lected: president, Mrs. Lee A. tolattd; vice president, t. A. irkwoodj secretary and treaft* rer, Claude Williams! hlstorl ns: Geo. Coiver, Mrs. 3, B, Kirk wood, Mrs. T. A. Kirkwood, and Mrs. 1. Gash; program commit- eei Mrs, B. F, French, Mrs. Alert Larsen Halght, Allar Scott, Mrs, A, B. Cook, Mrs, O History Piper JOO Sheets Special Prices on Sbciff«r Pen , -s*f : The New Finger Fit Rite,. Pencil Given Surprise Patty Mrs. L. W. Boehner was the victim of a pleasant surprise party Saturday afternoon which was planned and carried out by a number of her friends in. honor of her birthday and to welcome 8. Eacrett, Mrs, c. 8, Royce, and Mrs. H. A. Deardorff, , They brought light refreshments with them which were served' after spending the afternoon playing bridge. Newly Weds VUU in Robert Paulson Home Mr, and Mrs, Fay Sevelani who were married Aug. H at Red Oak have been visiting the lat ter's sister, Mrs, Robert Paulson and family tbe past week. Seveland was former!; Lucille Hubbell, daughter of A J. Hubbell, of Glenwood, She recently returned from-Inglewoot Calif, where she attended big" school graduating witb tbe claa of J.9.83, „,. Mr, Seveland is from Gordon Nebr, and is a graduate ot Cha< ron, Nebr.. Chemistry scb'oo Tbey returned tbe first of tb week to Gordon where they are • 2fjp« w«k JOIN OUR BLANKET CLUB p- ^ 25o SAVE 80*30 % BUY NOW These were purchased at the LOW prices ML* WOOL PART WOOL 64*80, Double Blaftlt*i» nfc&orlttu CtM4Hi»f v^9v Heary Sateen £j Botlfld M - &——*,——-.. SIMILE WOOL tat)i«fi er Doubt* Cot ton Blankets, Attofted RStVr. DOUBLE OOnON Blankets •» Large Site, Aai't'd -I 79 Colors 1 each LEADER DEPARTMENT STORE EMERSON Mrs. clarence The program which followed was several times interrupted by Ight showers ot rain. A letter ent by Jas. T, Roland ot Long Pine, Nebr. was read, Oeo. Coler of Missouri Valley gave a his- ory of the Roland family dating ack to 1863. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Williams and family nd 0. A. Williams, Glen wood; Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Roland and on, Robert, Malvern; Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Nuss, Virginia, Grace, ,nd Herschel, Pacific Junction; Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Kirkwood and granddaughter, Rosemary, Weson; Mr, and Mrs, J. B. Kirkwood, Nolle, Mary, and James, Long Pine, Nebr,; Francis Chambers and daughters, Oeo. Coiver and daughters and granddaugh- er, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Larsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. B.~0ash, lenry Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller, all of Missouri Valley; Mr, and Mrs, 0, Halght, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Q. A, Foutch and family, Dunlap; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Chambers,'Little Siouxj" Mrs^M&^ftJwll '-and Funeral Rite* for James Smith Held August 22 Pioneer Resident of Eastern Mitt* County t i Here in 187 Came James Smith, son ot Margaret and Rev. James Smith, an ordained Presbyterian minister, was born near Hamilton, Ontario, Canada on Feb. 2«, 1847 and quietly passed out of this life on the 19th day ot 'August, at the home ot his son, Arthur, after an illness of three weeks, at the age ot eighty-six years, five months and twenty-four days. His father died when he was only two years of age and just nine years later his mother was taken by death,' leaving him in the care of his .brother, John. At the age of twenty-one he came to the United States to work in the Clumber 'yards ot Michigan. After,a few years of this work he returned to Canada and in 1875 he came to Iowa where he took lip tarming as an occupation and purchased a small farm, He was honest, upright and •' " '— tbe fol- ot W. & C. Will Hold Memorial Service The Emerson W.R.C, will meet Saturday afternoon, Sept 2, at lS in the Woodmen hall in regular session. They wilt at this time hold a memorial service tor the late comrade, John Mitchell, who died recently. A good attendance is desired. School Open* September 4 School will begin in the Bmer* son public school Monday, Sept 4, with the following teachers: Superintendent, B. H. Paxson. Coach, C. E, Rldenour ot Kingsley, Principal, English, Frank J Shaw of Odebolt. Domestic Science, Miss Jeanette Stewart of Keota. Primary, Miss Mary Arneel. Third and fourth grades, Mis Grace Dixon. Fifth and sixth grades, Mis Jeanette Carson. Seventh and eighth grades Miss Helen Gilbert ot Malvern. Many Attend First of Community Sales Good Price* Paid for Offerings a» Large Crowd Makes Bids Psychology of an auction sale is that man is a gregarious anl* maj and enjoys doing things in a group more than- by* himself, Saturday this was demonstrated when a large crowd of sale fans, well pleased that Andy Berk* bimer bad - again started bis famed community sales, attended tbe affair and purchased » vart* ety of goods at sturdy prices witb a wave of good natured bidding, Auctioneer I* A. Talbatt,' not nearly as warm as on tbe red bot days of last spring before tbe sale closed! was in excellent form and kept bis audience well with bim as be delineated bis offer* inga. Cattle, lumber, furniture, aud a general miscellany of goods ere sold, Cattle sold brought an excej. one roaa Sbortbora in marriage "to Harriet., Sandiland who was his -life companion until death called her from bim on Feb. 2, 1916, Tp this union were born four sons, three of whom now survive — Marion Everett and James Ray now residing at Burlington Junction, MO,, John Arthur Pf Emerson, und Virgil Irving who died at bis father's home when seventeen 'years of age. He is also survived by three grandchildren,™, Mae Evangellne of Omaha, Clyde Edward of Emerson, and Donald Eugene of Council Bluffs. ,. He was a kind, loving father, a good neighbor,.and at all times was ready to lend a helping band to those in-time of need and trouble, ,, He was baptize^ into tbe Pres byterian, eburcb wben a small child and was a firm-believer of tbe Bible and llyed IT Christian life UP to tbe time of bis death He bore bis suffering very P a< tieatly and. remarked two weeks before (be end (bat be was prepared to 80- Be wJJl be greatly missed by ttK»e wbo fcnew bim best, Wberever be went be wae always Joking and seftttertRg bappinesg to help lessen, tbe bur- dea pf bis felJQwmen,, Re la gone but not,." Card of Thanks Mrs. Ella Honeyman'i condl- ion is improving. Oolden Davis returned home Thursday from the tmmanuei loepltal lit Omaha where he pent a tew days, He had a tumor removed from the end ot the Dine. Ora Douglas was taken to the mmanuel hospital in Omaha Saturday in the B. B. Comer ambu* ance. Ora has been seriously ill and his many friends wish him speedy recovery. Mrs. W. H. Burkett ot Omaha s visiting in the Gilbert Cheney tome this week. Vincent Hascall returned Friday from Kricson, Nebr. where he spent several weeks with his brothers, Paul and Johnnie. Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. Ward and daughter, Doris, were Omaha visitors Friday. Mrs. John Carson and daughter, Jeanette, were Council Bluffs visitors Wednesday. Mrs. W. A. Martin and children ot Shenandoah are visiting In the home of her father, Rev. L. B. Rlpley. • Mrs. P. T. Williams and children of Council Bluffs are visiting in the home of her father Ernest Cole, Mrs. Jessie Qrayson and son Edwin, returned - Saturday from Nebraska where she visited rela tlves. Sunday Ends Ball Season Malvem's baseball team will play their last game ot the sea* son next Sunday when they will neet a colored team from Oma. The game will start at 2:80 and will be preceded by a kitten* tail game starting at 1 p. m. •>• • mm mm ^ ^i JHEATERO MALVERN Friday and Siturdiy "SOLDIERS OF THE STORM" with AnltA Page, Regis Toomcy Added Short*. lOc and 05o Sunday, Mondiy "MELODY CRUISE" Added Shorts. lOo and 28c We wish to express our sincere! Mft and Mrg> Ne i B La rBO n and appreciation for the sympathy j mother, Mrs. Anna Ooode, left Monday tor Pucahoetas, to visit wiatirdB^fc^^™'---"---^^'-^ ™ during illness and death of our beloved .father, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith and Family. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Smith. Marion Smith. Miss Kate McMurtrey returned here Thursday from Omaha where she had spent several days, H. C, Knight made a business trip to Ida Grove Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Whitney and daughter, Ruth, and Mrs. Margaret Whitney were Omaha visitors Friday. Mrs, Grace Crawford and daughter, Mary, returned home Friday evening from Davis City where tbey spent several weeks in the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs, L, E. Ivie, Mr, and Mrs, C. E. Lakin attended the fifty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs, J, F. Keckley in Red Oak. Friday. It was also Mr, Keckley's eightieth birthday. Miss Dorothy Briggf, R. N-, spent Friday in Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Tborson and little son spent last week here in the borne of bis paretns, Mr, and Mrs. John Tborson, Tbey spent tbe summer in Wisconsin and are euroute to their borne at. Fremont, Nebr. where Oscar Bam Rice returned Monday from the wheat fields of North Dakota. Mrs, Caroline Rhoads and daughter, Minnie, Mrs. Sadie Carr, and Mrs. Martha Nims and daughter, Stella, enjoyed a picnic in Shenandoah Tuesday, Wednesday only BABOAJN NIGHT James Dunn, Gloria Stewart in "THE GIRL IN 419" Added Shorts. Adni. 5c-10c SAVE - SAVE at Groceries. Fruits Wholesale Prices Malvern YOice we JflVf Js sJleat SQW, His eoul IB 4een )A sleep; has ansbored »ut witb a!) bie 9 Saviour dear (9 Funeral services were be!4 at tie MetbOdist cburcb IB gnje at i o'clecfc TueM»y» AUK, coadu.cted by tb@ paa(oj>, Rev. U U t lUpJey, Music vs» furBi*be4 by Mr. »a4 Mrs. Ira N, fibeiey, Mrs. WUl Qraww, 60,4 Uorftce in one of tbe schools. Tbi8 makes his seventh year }n tbe Fremont schools. Q, E. Huntsman moved bis household good? Thursday to Red where be has a position iu nieat department of tbe Red Ball Grapery. Georgia Graham has moved bfc household goods to Pacific HOB where he is foreman of Burlipgton section. MUts Rice is assisting Mrs, Graham witb her housework. RpUie Goo4 was. an Owaba itor Saturday, HaysW Bawers spent Saturday to Re4 Oftfe witb ber parents. Mr, aod Mr*. $urne4 bowe Saturdfty |rQ» a lea viait witb relatives lu I11U wert * FLOUR HONEST ABE , . pound te iiie to Buy! -Fall Fashions bull bringing more tbaa Ions were sold for M bigb as wbile truck aalsemea parke4 UP town could not nipve tbeir .at lees tbw *b»t ?er feusbel, Tbe sales will continue 8atur4ay «i they have 4oee Shiny wd dull eatins, cor4ed silks, previous years, seUtrn are urged to bring in anything el vslue buyers know tbat wsrly type of gaojR may be f<M»»4 there, Mr. Berkblwer bas bitilt bl» sales, Pallbearers were of tbe sate §B4 strict m lo baeillnjf tbe ioo4» Mft ria, 0bsa, Vestal, W, K. Mcflrew, William Oliver, §94 gear? ^eison, iBterBieat was 0J»e»ey Jfea Mo4uM la W*HA> Tbsy to* t» Mr, §A4 Mr*. turnad ^^^Rl* SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY , , COOCHE'S BEST 40 pound 4 TFQ eaek .,„„» ••(TV MACARONI GHETTI, 3 or SPA- lb». — 2Sc Fie Bwa pr Ginger Snans. 3 lb». 2Sc LES. 2 for -19c Tall C«n» MILK, , rt 3 for 19c FRUIT JARS, complete, quarts at per down • FRUIT JARS, pink, eampletet at per dozen • 5i« Quart Fruit Jsrt without cover* or rubber*, do?. ||« JAR RUBBERS, 7 desen for . 25« JAR COVERS, 7 dozen for ,,,... . - MC ORDERS. SI OR MORE DEUVERED IN CITY FREt 0 Ibi, * 53s do*, —« - f doz. —--- -_-,-.lBc APPLES, ok. lOc EGGS IN TRADE per dozen lie Wk. 21e \ BAKINQ mar can CERTO. uer bottle Me ,WE SELL RETAIL AT FRItHMUTI BR6F ROAIT, I wV^pR^Wipl^W^II ^r *^^^f ww^"W Wf -WUWpWI^ ^^WI^^T™^W -ifVmff&iiK ^B^NB^I^I "™ *^W* -^^P"

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