The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on September 14, 1933 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX fttfe MALVfeRfr LfeAftfeft MALVfeR^T. IOWA, SfePtEMtfeft 14,liSI EMERSON A Memorial for Comrade John Mitchell The Emerson Woman's Relief Corp?, No. 214. Auxiliary TO the Grand Army of the Republic met in r*sralar F»«s*!on Saturday afternoon, Sept. 2. in the M.W.A. hall. President ThnrM Edi» pre«id?d. Foliowins; th<? work of the corps, memorial serrice* were held for Comrade John Mitchell. A good number of member* were present to honor hi? memory. The secretary. Cora B- Comer, read the following account of his life: "Remembrance is the fweefest j word ; Thought eT«?r framed, ear* ever: heard." j Comrade John H. Mltrhell was \ born F-*b. 5. 1S64, In Clark coun- 1 ty, III. At the age of 17 he rolun-1 (r.r. r r<l hjs «erviee« to bi» country ! during the strife between the* A. L. Elect* New Officers Three young n»*n were bafli-j tfeed at tne evening service at the Baptist chorch Strndaf and! taken Into the chnrrch. There *a« | a g'ood attendance. ; J'oha Carson and Claude Barnt [ retorned the last of the week { from Thomas eounty. Kan. where j they were looking after land andj property interest*. They say that j the early season was pretty dry! and many of them plowed up j their wheat crop and pnt the ground into corn. Mr. Barns ti»d about 300 acres on his farm that looked like it would make a pretty fair yield of corn. Miss Josephine Russell left Yoims Rockefeller at His Work The American L*eion Auxfll- ar.r. Leri Bnrton L'nit Xo. 57n, met Fridsj'. Sept. S. at the home of Mrs. Edd Farri« trith a pood attendance. It was decided to hold a carpet rap Kensington the first week in October. Entertainment will be in the form of a do!i parade for little girls and a parade of pet* j M dar fnr i n(J i ar , 0 i a where she for the boys. Watch for further f ^ m - SSwpsOn nnft9 . announcements! j j fr and Mr « E g. comer A detailed financial report was I ^^ tfl Hambnre state park - the treasurer for the| gundaj , w)]|?re thej . attende(1 a passed. picnic acfl family reunion of the Election of officers was held, g ramilles, relatives of Mr. and the following elected to °'-j Conier - s mother. There were r>re: . ,. . I about thirty-five present. Mr?. John Parker, president, j Mf flnd Mrs j E Wa v m ire Mr*. Jessie Grarson, first rice. | an j th(f , at , er . g paren t s returned Mr* R«y Fields, second rice, j Sun(Jaj . from a trlp to Holton. Mr*. E. R. Birdsall. secretary Rar) wh?rp , hey had accompa . and treasurer. , n , ed their s)gter to her home altelf a visit here. They had a pleasant | trip although a pretty warm one ' elven by ! year just Crofton, his-1' north and the *oath. He became! j frg Richard a member of Co. E, 10th Illinois torian. Infantry and served IS months f Mrg M D i^ nf , chaplain. !-„_,,«» t, ntna with this unit of the Union army, I Mrs . K A . ETang> sergeant at i coniln * nome participating In t h e historic' arrn!t 1 "Sherman'* march to the sea." 5 -rhe esecutive committee was i He was a member of the Red j P jp Cted »„ follows: Mrs. W. H. Oak post. G. A. U. He died at the! c ralnerf M r9 . T. H. Grayson, and • There was another bad wreck on Highway 34 Sunday night about five miles east of Emerson. | A California car coming west at- a Ford driven by Wfntnrop Rm feefeller, fourth son of John D, jr« Is shown bete la his office at the Bayonne (N. j.) plant of the Standafd Oil company, where he started wnrk recently. He Is said to be llttng tft a $4J50-«-week room. at thR age of S7 years. Comrade Mitchell has Joined hi» many comrades of blewed memory in fhat eternal Home to which his life has been but a vestibule. Ills life and character were distinctly wholesome. It seems to me that the word "wholesome" best expresses what all found In him. It was always good for one to see hi* cheerful smile, to hear his kindly word, to be under the Influence of his generous thought. I would emphasize hi* cheerfulness and kindness of thought and his spirit of usefulness. He will be missed In his home and by the Emerson Women's Relief corps. Interment wan made In the beautiful cemet«ry where he labored so many years to keep the resting places of many who preceded him a place of admiration, and beside his wife who preceded him In death on Nov. 24, 1927. "They call It death when the angel comes To open the door of life; The door that opens and shuts us In From the world's toil and strife; When tbe boon of rest comes to the weary soul. When tbe burden of care is lost, When tbe harbor of heaven C + £.' ^•.T^T*** T "?•WHJ'ST-HH*-*-™ • -„- -^y, •O'er-tbe world's tea tempest tossed Thank Ood for tbe door by what ever name That waits at tbe end of the roud — For It nwlnf?H widely to let us in To the paradise of God." The next regular meeting will be held Sept. 1C. There will be initiation. Pot luck luncheon Is to _. , , _ _ *.. t t d 1 UnUUIB "** ** 1»II« OUU U1CI « The retiring president. Mrs. ^ ; i truck neaded east wlth disastrous H. Cramer, baa served the past j ,„ to bo , h ^ Too , ate the , three years in a very efficient. sougbt t(J dod<fe , he tfuck and the manner during which time the ,„„ «,„,„„« ^.K^ »„*„,!,«„. TT,B unit has received several citations and various prizes. Mrs. Vernon Johnson has served the unit In the capacity of secretary and treasurer for the past eight yean, having misted but two meetings during that time. Tbe retiring chaplain, Mary B. Gibson, is a gold star sister 'it the veteran for whom tbe post is named and hag held this office for the past nix years. Installation services for the newly elected officers will be held . . , „ , Cleveland, at the next regular meeting Frl-1 nj<sd tne da « ° C 1' A^' ., A ., . Bluffs and Red Oak. Miss Mable Mrs. Farris served delicious refreshment* at the close of the business ««Rglon assisted by Mrs. Alia Sboop and Mm. A. W. Kims. Mr, and Mrs. H. R. Jackson and family left Sunday for Oklahoma to spend tbeir vacation. Mr. Jackson is employed at the booster station northwest of town. The Epworth League gave a lawn party at tbe borne of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Warren Friday evening. Games were enjoyed and ilgbt refreshments served. About forty yoang people were present, ra*<*^«r*w<rtl<p*rty»t« the people leaving tor college. Miss Pearl MeLaln spent Friday evening in Clarlnda witb friends. Mrs. Emily Burton and daughters. Blanche and Nellie, left Sunday for McComb, III to visit i relatives. Miss Virginia Howie and Billy! Steen of Emerson were married Aug. 21 In Rockwell City. Vir- two autoes crashed together. Ford was thrown to one side pretty badly wrecked and the California car turned over, caught Ore. and was burned before it could be dragged out of the way. The truck escaped with little in- Jury and none of the people were gerlously injured. The travelers were taken to Red Oak to have medical attention. Mrs. Clarence Huntsman and »on. Eddie, left Saturday to attend the National Convention of tbe Church of God to be held in Tenn. She accompa- from Council Cottrell and Raymond Engle and daughter of Red Oak are tbe Red Oak delegates. Miss Marjorie Taylor of St. Charles spent the week end with" her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor. Mrs. Beseie Buck and daughter. Anna, attended a teachers' meeting in Glen wood Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles MeLaln of Winner. S. D. and Mrs. Met* Alderson of Belden, Xebr. and Harvie McLain of Coleridge, Nebr. spent Saturday evening follow. Each member requested j K | nls lg t be only child of Mr, and to bring sandwiches and a covered dish. Please bear the date in mind and plan to be In your places. O. E. S. Resume* Meetings The 0. K, 8. met Monday evening for their first regular meeting since the summer vacation. At the close a play, "Wife Wanted," WUH given In pantomime under the direction of Mrs, Clara Thorson. This provoked much merriment. Those taking part •wore: Mrs. Minnie Whisler, Miss I.oonu Dlxoii, Mrs. Klale 8. Evuns, Mrs. Florence Short, Mrs. Hazel Patrick, Mra. Kvangallue Lung, Mra, Idu Ilelle Stokes. Lee Williams, Lowull Patrick, ami Wilbur Morrison. Light refreshment!) wuru servud by Mrs. Kuto Lukin, Mrs, Emma McMulllu, uiul MTH. Piioebe Smith. Miss Velmn McLaiu Is assisting j iu tho post office durhig tue ub- Bettce of Miss Nulliu liurtou. Frank o-iovio is contlued to Ilia liouiw by uu attack ot flu. Iluy 'lllcks. Ills substitute, is carrying thu mall on route uno. Mra. Clarence Hoiutle east of town and a member of tbe 1933 cluwtj of the Emerson high scbool. The groom Is tbe son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Steea of Uivlnla but has lived most of his life in Emerson with his grandmother, Mrs. J, W, McMulllu. We extend congratulations. Forrest Taylor of St. Louis, Mo. came Monday evening to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Taylor. Forrest is manager of a Kroeger store In St. Louis. Ora Douglas was taken to the Immauuel hospital in Omaha Monday evening for an operation. Ora hag been In poor health for some time. His many friends wish him a speedy recovery, It. O. Smith was Improving nicely from Ills recent illness wheu Saturday he had an attack of luwt trouble. Ho was reported better tho la.st few days. Tins Knworth League gave a llibltcal drama at tbe Methodist They were enroot* to Illinois to rUlt Mm. McLaln's aged father. Wilbur Morrison's Sunday school class gave an ice cream •upper in Tboraon's garage Saturday night. There was a good attendance. They cleared $20 to be used In the church budget. Mr. and Mrs. M, E. Shannon and daughter* spent Sunday In Corning in the R. O. Grant home. Mrs. Iva Patterson of Council Bluffs la spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Salmons. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brunow of Council Bluffs and Miss Margaret Sbeedy of Iowa City spent Bunday in the home of Mrs. Brunow'a parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. E, Good, Mr. and Mrs. H, F. Cheney took their daughter, Ruth, to Lincoln, Nebr, Friday where ebe will attend the University of Nebraska. HENDERSON ttttttft&ft to «te»« gftSsj*o* <*»let* ffffe Ml. fire Mfs*« «8*« and WHson *««»««« tb*r* Vftft ft ftiiweff rttffrfcw! after * t*# tfay* — Mr. ffiffrCft «* to «** fttte* frer «t a** SCOPE AM) PtJltfOSE Of EMfittGBNCV Henderson School Note* School continues this week •1th increased interest. Eight new pupils have been enrolled since our last week's report, four in the high school and tour in the grades. This makes the enrollment: high school 64. grades 128. or a total of 192. Our high scbool baseball team played tnelr first game last Friday with Wales on the home grounds. Tbe result was 8 to 11 in favor of Henderson. No other games scheduled thus far. James Slmmonds Jr. was taken to Omaha one day last week. He may have to be operated on for rupture. He has been staying In the home of his uncle In Omaha. Mrs. A. J. Harbor and daughter. Virginia, and Mrs. C. A. Wight were Omaha visitors Wednesday. Around seventy friends and neighbors attended a farewell party at the Fred McVey home Tuesday evening. The McVeys hare moved to a farm near Silver City. Mack Barnhouse has moved to the (arm they vacated. The or baseball team had CHAMPION HILL r!i U ^ S /:.^ y /7, e "l u 5;. Th . e . p . ljl ': J'U^ Udd.ll Thursday lic was invited to their rom 7 to S o'clock. program Husband Pleased After Wife Lost BULKY FAT Reduced 21 Pound*—Skin Clearer and Feel» Much getter "I've lost exactly 21 I Us. with 3 jura of Kruscbeu and nut »o huupy to get rid, of that bulky t'at, My liusUaud is very pittance witb uie. My ttklu is clearer tuid I feel an* wucU better wineo I'm iiol BO heavy an «iy feet. FrUwiU Buy I took wucb Uettw." Mrs Nome Splckler, M»ui{aui*vtm> Md. ~~ get lid of ioublo cUi",» u«ly rftUn of f»t ou We had an attendance of 49 at Sunday school this week. Following Sunday school Rev, Nusbaum gave us good food for thought by his talk on Service, likening Christians to salt. Have we lost our savor? Qo4 will supply all our needs if we put Him flrsl, Mrs. Jim Llddell and children of SUenandoah came after Mrs, evening, them to Elliott team, the Elliott team winning tbe game. Will Brown was -visiting relative* tn Onelta Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs, Jane Darnell of Omaha visited in tbe L. W. Trtplett home several days last week. Mesdames Addle Boileau and Rote Plumb were visitors in Sbenandoah Tuesday afternoon. Toe Christian Ladies' Aid met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. L, W, Tripled instead of in tbe church basement. Sixteen were present. Tbey were glad to have as visitors that day Mrs. Marian Maxwell of Lincoln and Mrs. Jane Darnell ot Omaha, Dare Anderson and family nave been enjoying a visit from his sister and son from Missouri, Lenora Slmmonds has been in Glenwood several days caring for ber niece who just recently had Mrs. W. B. Wheeler's siste/ and family, wbo have been visiting her a few days left Thursday for their home in Oklahoma. Mrs. Amos Smith has visited the past two weeks with ber mother and brothers at 8t. Joe. Ward Hough, and family ot Crescent were guests Sunday for dinner In tbe Clyde Gravitt borne. Mrs. Nora Gravitt and daughter, Fern, returned home with them for a few days visit. Scott Sheehan and family visited relatives in Omaha Sunday. The following guests were entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner Thursday evening in tbe Will Barkus borne at Kent in honor of bis birthday: Lee QIUHIan, Harry Paul, O. T. Harover, C, B. Edmondson, Will Cain, Paul Phillips, and L. T. Oourley. A very pleasant time was reported. The friends of Herman Coppock are glad to learn be Is getting better from bis retfent ill- ne*a. He has been quite sick for over a week. He*Vras poisoned witb poison ivy while working on tbe road, John Hamilton who- is well known, here but-live* in Macedonia celebrated '"" •" Bl ^ "' ber tonsils moved. and adenoids re- A series of meetings began iuuduy evening at the prosbyte- iun church to last ten days. A lumber of noted ministers will lulu with the services. Good mule each evening. Those meetings n-u under the direction of Rev. Thus. t). Dlxon and Guy of Omaha. Art Ellis moved last week to the Magulre house vacated recently by Ueorgle Qr»U»Ui. Tim church of God began a series of inttetlugtt la the Huscall day on Highway uveulug. 34 Satur- lid tihe returned, witb elr home for a visit. Helen Haldenum was on tbe Ick liat Sunday. Kalleubarger- went to Red :)uk Sunday where she enrolled high school. Virgil Llddell was a SUenan- iili visitor Saturday afternoon, Rev. Nusbaum and Jrmen Tan- dp were Sunday dinner guests In he home of Carrie Mckatu in Emeraou, Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Qrjfffw were Ued Oak vleltors Thursday. Ted Straights returned home Thursday from tbeir ytjit relativBH in MUaourl, MUs Lulu Mo8e4 »B*Bt week eft* With W§«4» perfer. They are f$toj» mjtteii at aji where tb«y ftfttb, . ait4 M*s. Lou Hatn twins, Pearl McLatn waat Friday evening In Clarinda witb Myrtle Parker. Miss Parker accompanied ber borne and they attended a meeting In Council Bluff* where they also enjoyed a, picnic BUp- per. Early Sunday morning Pearl took her to YllUnca where »Ue,was met by members of ber family. Sherman Aliens and the Kochersperger girls were Red Oak visitors Saturday afternpgn. Mrs. Merrill iiriggK eujoyed ft visit frow her fatber'j* brother ast week and some other Telft* von. She bad never se* le before and enjoyed re of meeting ,J»|» visit. His home ig Mr. and Mri, »aaa .MC : rove to Qlenwood, ittfidjjr a noon to call on Mils iBft K- % ne of tbe QlenwiCtfMj^tiCh 6 " former roofii njata «f Mrs. .. I u_. ' B= ^*t tO :t»9 IflTOB -, - church In Macedonia"' tbat - day but be bad bad a light stroke and it had to be postponed. ~ Mrs. Will Kenward and son, BUI, and daughter, Mary, of Red Oak visited friends here Saturday evening, A. J, Harbor and wife went to Indlanola Friday taking tbeir daughter, Virginia, back to scbool. R, W. Casebolt and family enjoyed a few days visit last week witb bis cousins and wife of Colorado, Mrs. John Rainbow and Mrs. BeevU Sowers went.to Jndianola Thursday taking Paul Rainbow to resume hi* school work at Simpson college. , Meadames Margaret Cooper, Anna Counts, Mary Mayues, and Hope Swaney of.Qaklaad were guests Friday In the WIU Cain borne. . Mr9. T, D. Phillips wa* elected superintendent of tbe M, B, Sunday scbool taking (be Place of Mrs, BmBja Workman who fem gone to California, -, $ , . Bea Ouffey and fa.mlljr of Mr. and Mrs- Dave Andersep, Sunday. They bays been staying in tbe Hopyer home near Elliott, Tb#Jr «rap» were burned '4u,t }B Pa,kota and they will locate }fl tbla vleJnJty |«r the. ' nf». Bugjti tb* PrttSaXM** Emergency R*-eaip!ofta«rt Campaign tns> b* described brlefir a* * plsn to tdd front 5,000,000 to 6^00,000 persons to the nation's payroll* within the next si* weeks or *o, through •gteeneate nude with the President of the United States by sotoa 5,000,000 concwn* or individuals employing two ot more person* eaek It> order that this number el jobs may be made available, R will be necewsry. of course f« employehi in w«ny case* tt> •hottec working hours. The pita al» provide* lot cetttift fnlftiwo* w*ge scales which also in many case* will mean added labor costs for the employer. The President's Agreement! however, includes a pledge oi cooperation from tbe consuming public, and h i* tbn* anticipated th*t th« employer whils uaderuklBg a larger eipense a* the direct terelt of Ms agreement with tbe President, will gain added patronage a* the jtut reward of his public spirited tttitttde. The fact also is to be borfle in mind that where all employer* act ( together to pot people back on their payrolls or to raise wtge*. no employer, at the President himself ha* pointed out, "tetil tugtr became the relative level of competitive etat vitl advance br the ume amount t for all." It is to be understood Uist thi* plan is supplementary to the putt of code adoption by varkrat tnduttrial and trade groups which has for its purpose the elimin«tion of unfair competition, the establishment of more equable rewards for labor, the spread of employment sad the control of production. Thi* plan for speeding business recovery, launched under the provisions of the National Recovery Act patted by the Utt CongreM, i* rapidly being made effective, and there will be no let-up on tbe drive to make its adoption widespread' The President'* Emergency Re-employment plan will bridge time aud bring the nation out of the depression more rapidly than it the code adoption plan were depended upon exclusively. The Pretldent'* Agreement alw coven many famines* group* that would not be amenable to any of the code arrangement*. And what 1* itill more important, perhap*. the President'* Emergency Re-employment campaign carries certain psychological value* that are a* prlcelew a* patriotism at thi* juncture of our economic history. The Praldent hinnelf nude thi* quite clear in hi* recent radio address to the nation when hegjald: "On the batii of this timple principle of everybody doing thing* together, we are ttarting out on Mt nationwide attach on unemployment. It will tueceed if our people undcrttand it—in the big industries, In the little shops, in Ae great ciOet and in the mall vUlaget.'Tkere U nothing complicated about it and there it nothing particularly new in the principle. It goes back to , the basic idea of society, and of the Nation itself, that people acting 1 in « group can accomplish things which no individual acting alone 'could ever hope to bring about," < Thni we h«v'e all tbe power sad potency of mau attack directed, along sound liaes of orgsntotfan and system. Hero briefly, is an out- IbaoljU* w»n^^,atU^o»,w»einplMiae^tt;l *" " »"* w &%v r*i»tivf*. EvTr -**% B>A4>,, -,- Lofl Hatfieldft dinner tbe first,« 4,0.. _ H»W the Alba W§ .dUiJivM UVmhay^nyy. IRftv a* loyally foreign foe, The lecsl committee I* made up of the active beadrof the leading 1 butine** and civic organization*, and includes also the mayor. Thete • committee* in the thousand* of cities and town* throughout the country \ were formed following telegram* and letter* *ent by General Johnson > to the presidents of Chamber* of Commence or sbollar trade bodie* In • every section of the United State*. These local committees elect a gen- < eral to have charge of the city campaign and a lieutenant general who , i* « woman, Tbe general select* three colonel*, each of whom is to take ' over a certain part of the campaign work. For example, Colonel No, 1 . ha* charge of the "man-power" or organization department, Under his ' direction block-to-block canvaues will be made to check up on com- i pliance with the President's Agreement, and to make a turvey of the unemployed, a* to adaptability by experience a* to trades and indue tries and thai be able more readily tp help in the processes of assimilation of labor by expanding Wwtrie*, Colonel No, 2, brfeny, ha* charge . Of new*psper publicity and kindred activitie*! and Colonel No, 3 ha* the training end direction of public sneaker* under hi* charge, , Eifih of the** three colonel* bs* seven or more major* on Ws «uff, i and each major ha* about the »fW« number of capuio*. Each csplsin hsi *even or more field worker*, All of tbe load orgapLwtions ««, pf i wurw, cowtwtly supplied with educational and inspirational Jaaieri&l ; x »J(^ki»aU from the Nation^ Recovery AdnMsUaUon in Wtshington, ; UUfftUy lonji sod ton* oi printed BWttei hi* be«& »hJppe4 to every ' nook and corner of {he country, The N-ft^> ejnhieni, known popularly at the Blue Eagle, is on? of > the most >ntwe*tjng awl vital features pi the campaign, AU employers who «gn th* President's Agreement are entitled to display the Blue Elgle with the ini&d* NAA. and the word* "We P« Out Part," ' Merclja»l« t tosnufacturers and all other* who have the right to djsplgy • thi inwjpjja by reawn of their baying'complied with the President'! Agreejtoent, M« permitted to hang it OR their walls, or in their vondows, • or oj! trucks and $v^«ncl,j)E they wd^ire, to »tw»njtPfl their prod' • mtf or merchsndiw. ft is, Jn (fact, the desire of the B»cpvery Admin* i*U»tjwa that all mak? liberal use of tW» badge pf patriotism. Aj»y person in the IJnited States w|w -wishes to cooperate jn ths •» member oj the |i!J4« S»y fo to the a,uttoij«d ettablUtoent in ^ locality aa4 *igB 3 ^tejftenj of coopera,ljon OA fcUcws; I/til 02 nowaff fif "«• fiQUfitsv* - - • - ^. ' ITS • ,"."•".«,•» '"~ "^ W* 'WJM ^* M—•, V 1 ^"!^}- 1 £ I , , M to iw; »J*M it ii d^jifd An U^§] pi at Ow ,iJilt(.b./««ew^o4 Hi* N«te«l ft^wr,, 'tytf m r^t ft^lliHtf^^til <4lf,t*9*t*l f.-^Si l'W.fl%. m

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