The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on September 28, 1933 · Page 4
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«* ni mm m riiiiittoiiitf fit COlllQHXpi. Worfcf. Fair Wonderland of Light Mr. and Mr*. W. A. Caldwell j Mr. and Mrs. Date Xsftfn of left Saturday night over the Bur- > Council BToff* visited it) th* HnKton for Chicago where they j hots* of Mrs. Sadie Melatyre will spend a few day* attending j Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mw. J. F. We«rin aafl ««, 3 .¥".. Jr.. drore in to C&i- cairo Sunday wher* th« *o« win rejunmc hi* (ttitdfe* in th« Chlcatso fnlrernity. Mr. a»d Mrs. WemriB «-lll rMi the Exposition before Friday frenine for 8 week-end rSsit with his father, J. R, Mc- ClvHiond. Mr*. L. C. Miller who had been visiting her sister In Norwalk returned home with j them. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Swain and little son returned Sunday morn- tin? Chicago Execution. Mrs. Abbie BeHwood. Mr. and Mr*. Albert BeMwood. and Mrs. Dyke Mitchell dror« down from Omaha Sunday afternoon for a short rlFtt in the G. S. Eacrett bom*. i returning. Mrs. T. L. Salyers vaf able to j be brought home from the hospi- j Mf - 8nd Mr *- rtac tal in Council Bluffs Friday where | daughter. Jo Anne, and son, nhp recently had an operation re- ] James Martin, of Lacona came morinfc her appendix. She has recovered nicely from her operation and if improving rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Criswell and little non. Robert Allen, drove down from Omaha Saturday and visited until the following day with hie parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Criswell. Mr*. Cris- j j *<r f f f - m B trS P t » »»* Exposition well accompanied them home for Jn Chicago where they also rl*- f 1 Ited her sister, Mrs. E. M. Gil-! more, and their daughter. Janet, j who i* staying with her aunt and ; attending business college. Mr. and Mre. Harold Hos«l« and children, Bobbie arid Dorothy, of Emerson visited In th« Ralph Hossle home Sunday. They enjoyed a picnic dinner together. Lawrence Hall. Frank Hum- j mell, Gene Hoover, and Felton Parsons and Misi» Dixie j Jone *' *" ho ar « attending Omaha Baer were down from Omaha j Municipal University, came down Sunday for a visit in tbe Dr. I. J Saturday afternoon for an over t'. Parson* home. • Sunday visit in Malvern. Felix Summer*, who ha* been! Mr - and Mrs - Raymond Bwan- #peiidlng a couple of weeks vaca-1 son and Jlttj e »on, Jimmie, and tion with hl« parent*, Mr. and I Mr - and Ml " 8 - w - **• Smith spent Sunday with friend* in Red Oak. a f»-w darn visit in the city. Mi. and Mr*. Jesse Wilson and daughter, Mr*. Ed Nftgl*. drove to D<»» Moinee Friday and visited over Sunday with their son, Clyde arid wife. Clyde is employed with I llii? North western Bell Tflet'bone i company in their ntati«tlcal de- ! partmeut and recently had a nice ' : promotion with increase in Hal- j ary. Beat? Dale Whit*. Mhdstef Simo*y school at 16. Th* tea- son* for this wment quarter Z*lm4 IWifilMtf at :l» »X day evening, th* *frt 1* to Mcve tw«sty *tegef» Hfert Smsdsy 8* ft «t from October through D*e«fflb*r!d*y tft m* t**«fc. ft to ft ar* excwtoflrty interestis*. We;Mnattoa profltotio* *«« jSatlf knew of Bothins: that wo«M add Day. Tbe Sunday scneot «*at**» more to aa !nt»lH«Bt of the baekgrottad*, history and problems of the charcfc, than a study of these tesseas. Morntet woTSiiip at 11. C. E. Society at 7 p. m. The titemt for tke morning is, ''A Stody of tte Face of Jesns and Life Lessons Therefrom." Music appropriate to tbe occasion. Please be advised that American Education Week lit tbe churches will be celebrated Nov. «-!2. The Women's Missionary Society will inert with Mrs. Agnes Wethcrwer thte {Thursday) afternoon. At tb« Rally Day service last Sunday Ruth Clark and Marjorie Merrle* received third, fear teals for regular attendance through the year. 4 Jane George Talbott meet at onifl a. m. Fottowteg tbat-wllf eetae the promotion and Rally Day program. The fonowfng p*op1* win have ebafge o< tb« «hBdre* f*e are promoted lo otlet departments of the Sunday «hoo1: Mra, Albert Pace of the nursery ae- partment children; Miss Velma Cnster c-f tbe betiflaers; Mrt. W. Johnson received and tbe Mr*. S. 8. Summer*, left Saturday evening for New Haven, Conn, where he enters Yale college for acme special work in the fine art*. He will specialize along the line of mural painting*, in which he ha* already achieved no little success, and through which he wa* awarded a scholarship in this time honored institution. Curtain* wa*bed and nU-etcbed 25 ceut* per pair. Also do bundle waahlngs. — Nelle Wine-hell, Phone 41. adv. Caudell Brother* were over north of Corning lait week where they purchased one of the nicest team* they have bad this year. They are a mare and a gelding, five and *ix year* old, a bright bay with white marking*, and they weigh together 3,876 pounds. They are an unusually good team and will probably bring a good price when they sell them. You can win f 1.000 every year for life. Submit a good Idea ia a Blazing Ught» of Chicago'* World'* Pair contrast with dark waters of Lake Michigan—A night view of the *otrth central par- tion of A Century of Progres* exposition and the »oatb end of Northerly Island, joined by bridge with the mainland, , ' Joe Deardorff returned Monday j Attended Holiday I Notice of Mills County afternoon from a two week* vieit Meet in De§ Moine* 1 Warrants Called with hi« s^a, Joe, at Bedford. UIU la next Sunday's BEg-KgWB. adv. Mr. aad Mr*. L. W. Boehner \ Qn ' tc « ****** of our Mill* drove to Lincoln Sunday to we j c ™°** , farn)er8 «"»• to De* their daughter. Dorothy, who i* Moine* last week to attend the attending the University of Ne . i Wg meeting of the Farmer*'Holi- branka; and to vieit their son, Harold, and family. William Boehner, theii grandson, suffered a ruptured appendix while they were there and wa* ruined to the Lincoln general hoipital for an operation. Dorothy and Jack day association held there. Among them we noted: L. W. Boehner, Mr. and Mrs, A. O. Cole, Mr*. James Durbln. Mr. and Mr*. Will Oliver. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lisle, and Mr .and Mrs. L. L. Robbing* There were others . Boehner drove Mr. Boehner back 1 whose n * me * w * <Ud aot learn to Malvern while Mr*. Boebner ! They report « great meeting. remained In Lincoln for a longer' stay. „ . ReT - R - E Ougeler returned Mr. and Mr*. 8am Burru* of|*! o f da>r •«««» ««« Des Crete, Nebr. visited friends in j Maivern Tuesday and were dinner guests in tbe John Fletcher home. Mrs. ArvUla Benton and Frances and Hurb drove to Lincoln Sunday where they visited Albert who Is attending the University <pf Nebraska the**. i Moine* where he had attended "£!** conf « ri ? DCe «« Methodist church. We are pleased that he Is returned to as for an- ye * r " day from a several weeks riaU with friends in Dearer and other Colorado points. Specials in New Shoes All Leather Shoes Men'* and Women'* at $1.93 per pair and up Our Repair Department Is unexcelled. We make your old shoes like new. Fred Hall Dealer Mrs. C. Davis, Mra, jr. ». j Scott, and Mrs. A. E. Cook spent i tbe week end with relatives and j friends in Des Moine*, Ames, and ] Newton. ( Modem House for Bent — $18. . — Ceo. Mellor. uttV I Mr. and Mra. H. R. Bacon ] came down from Council Bluffs Sunday to visit her father, J. H. 8here. Mr*. Logan of the Cottage Hotel left last week end for Des Moines for a visit of a week or two with her daughter there. Mr. and Mr*. J, M. Smith of York, Nebr. came in Sunday for a euort visit with tbe Frank Austin* and E. C. Collins and with friend* in Emerson. Mrs. Smith wa* formerly Mis* Mary Davis of Emerson. They were en route east and will visit the Century of Progress turning. Exposition before re- - ' ''••^^^^^^^^^^•^••••••••BBPSBUSBSIPHBI SPECIAL/ For Friday and Saturday COX Grocery MALVERN PHONE NO. 9 MERCHANDISE is worth MORE than MONEY le 0* 10 Butter, t», Urge , 4 pkg. Boxes 6c each. Suitable for storing potatoes and apple*. — Deardortr* grocery. Mr, and daughter. Miss Enth Lute, who is a student nors* in tbe Mercy hospital Miss IjBtz was taken sick Tuesday afternoon and was operated on at 8 o'clock that evening. At latest reports she was recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Welch of Omaha were guests at Mr. and Mra, Harry Allely, 8r. in Malvern last Sunday. Mrs. Dr. Cook of PlatUmonth. Nebr. is a guest ibis week of Mrs, A. E. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Summers of Columbus, X*n. arrived ye*. terday morning tor a visit with bi* brother, V, A. Summers, and other relatives. V, A. met them at Pacific Junction. Mrs. j. w. MeNulty and daughter*, Alice and Blllle, returned Monday evening from Colorado Springs, Colo., where .._.,. George MeNulty and family, , also visited other point* of interest In Colorado and report a very pleasant trip. Lynn Mullen who drove out with them remained in Denver where be Yint ployntent. Mrs. Carl Wilson of tbe eon Electric Hatchery and Mrs, Brenton of the Brenton Hatchery In Glenwood left Tuesday morning for Des Moines to attend the state hatchery meeting. Ralph gcott was taken to tbt Mercy hospital Monday where b* was operated on for acute appeo- dtcitis that afternoon, EJlswortb Smith was operated on lor aeut* appendicitis at tbe Bd»us4*on Tuesday afternooo aa4 Vera poUUt u " append!* ojM»reUoft morning at the ~ All Mill* County Poor Warrants are now called and will be paid at the office of County Treasurer, Interest to cease September 30th. 11-1. Otto Jndkln*. County Treasurer. Windstorm Work* Havoc Arotaid Mission. Texas C. E. Eacrett had a letter from Mr*. Ray Allen, of Mission, Texas from which he glean* tbe following of interest to many who have visited tbe country around Mission: „ * Ray Allen wbo wa* born and lived In Deer Creek township — who recently Married a Kansas girl — and they .were living happily, spending tbe honeymoon on bis citrus ranch, in -his beautiful bungalow wttb its surrounding* fourth yeaf seals, L, E. Smith the seventeenth Real, Mis* Degenhart and Miss Slack the twentieth seal. These three did not miss one Sunday during the entire year. tt. John'* Lvtbentti MlBsourt Sy&od H. P. Dahl, Pastor Oct. It No services. Oct. «: The church council meets at 7:'0 p. m. at the parsonage. Oct. 8: Oeraan service at 19 m. Oct. 8: Ing at 2 p. m, Congregational meet- Baptist Orarcfa At 10 a. m. In the Bible school we study a real code. If it wa* adopted by our nation we would soon be on tbe way to recovery. The code is the.Bible. In one place it says: "Rlghteou*ne** ex- halteth a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people." Sermon and worship hour at 10. Communion following sermon. Jesus set'us the example of observing tbe supper and told hi* disciples to keep It B. T. P. U. at «:30, E. Kerns of the primaries, Mrs. Frank Jueike of the Junior*. Our tupeffntendeni; Lteyd Saortj will present the Bible* to Ute class that is being promoted to the junior department The pro* motion certificates will be pre* eented by tbe department *nper- Intehdent*. There will be a shdrt talk by the pastor In keeping with the day. A good number will be sung by the church cbolf. The decorating committee 1*: ttes- dame* G. 8. Eacrett, Roy Mansfield. and E. W. Knight. AH of us are urged to bring other* wb<9 are hot attending another Sunday school. We think everyone will enjoy seeing the nursery •children In their promotion caps and gown*. In fact we think you will enjoy the whole program. There should be at least a bun* dfed and seventy-five present next Sunday. There will be a short meeting of tbe official board right after the service next Sunday morning. the fft MPRESO TflEATERO jftft & Jfef JbA A*« a™. , ^1^ Alt Star Week FRIDAY - SATURDAY 8*|*»,Sft, 00 A wonderful ai«t -* xn, Anthef, fl«rtMra Aanwyck, Tmtito Mo*!, Waltw Con. netljr *«. I* THE iftTEtl TEA OP GENERAL YEN A dnutuUleally (treat theme ponwired in the exotic *t* tto^pbesw at * Chla««e pat. MR. «» Bast *». Wert «. dal emfllct lit an uaforxet* fable atotr. A<Med Shorts. Adtn*, lOc and 2»c. Annual Jackson-Deupfee Reunion Held Sunday j The annual Jack*on • Deupree j family reunion wa* held Sunday,' Sept. 24, at Dodge Memorial park in Council Bluffs. Those of tbe party who are golf minded enjoyed a forenoon game on that magnificent green. The others assembled around the noon hour with well filled baskets and all enjoyed the delicious picnic lunch together In the beau* tifnl grove where a social afternoon was spent. Those from here in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Edd Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Deupree, Episcopal Cborcb Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Maxwell and Roy B. Gngeler, Pastor -llttlt, daughter, Mary Janet, and Tour pastor and bis family the R. O. Jackson family, were glad for the hearty Invita- *bose from Tabor were Mr. tion by tbe church tor their re-| ft »d Mrs. John Hallam and two SUNDAY . MONDAY Oct. 1,9 America'* most popular ac* trews, .Janet Gaynor, .and Henry Oarat In ..ADORABLE,, A -dellichtfnl light-hearted romance diode full of song hits that yoall hum for weeks. You'll love this new picture. And Added Shorts. Adm. lOe and BUc. WEDNESDAY ONLY Oct. 4 BIO UABOAIN NIGHT and what an attract ton 1 WILL BOOKB8 to "', , . •Uted flf the bitter and aweet— bitta£-«fl»etaaes predominating. A iMurrfeaae traveling ffi miles an •I? .. . imolUtttng their bouses, sa^tjttMring them hungry and «6 sear mission, Texas — miles up tae TaHey from and Hariejen — whsre the wind was 110 mites an boar with a force that drove a plajjk through a jaule and a cow. J>inatug tbe two together; killing people by (rareUs* ifoiber thrust tbrowtb them. Tbe eld cathedral at Matamora* «Qllaj>se4 where mauy people bad tajwo refaje. "" ^ 4PW»Mli«i«!iBKS*lBCBSSSB*BSSSSM^^« "^ J Miss astb Jflttiaaofl traj re. watly elected a me»bw 4g-&9 Uttf and to® of to tbe «oua tarn. The cabinet at Conference daughters, and ns. Our ' afternoon by tb* fliaeks of tbeir Tipton, and Mrs, "" -i .^.* people wttl be thrilled^ witb'the aecompllsbraents of their efforts together in real kingdom building. We are hoping that month by month the «eal»for and tbe power to realize a fuller content of true Christian character in the church and in the community wilt increase. The choir will meet with Mrs. Dip your HOGS before it gets too cold Lome and Sulphur Kreto Dip Hew Dip A Good Bulk Dio at $3.75 for § gals, S. Clem til W , Inimitable admlssjon: BUS WOR M ever and tbe only. 5o and . ii lOc, Added Short.. and: tie son. Wanton.— r C une. . .Malvern jP&tir>.. HAS AGAIN BEEN THE MALVBBN ..Big Free which will be held Oct. This is the for Demonstration work, home product that meets For tale io« The D*v» Red 4k Tbe Boyer F, A, MulholUnd H F 0 Jt St.* " pital. DJ. John Kline all three to the

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