The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on September 28, 1933 · Page 7
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"V- - ^ Saturday : A* S. E R SON *"%***«. *VSf3* *•. they ee*4«eti« * jsttttt :& selecting sew selected tefc e«ri ftfcili* tbe tart. TOeit Ihtt* with the following „. Bill Melfey Wti «„,»» honors and LtwTtS *weond. it was an inieresttnjt f tefiettce for the beyl Which I _ stiy enjoyed and ii the same added hot a little to "• '' f^BOwledge. h the Silver 6lty high, fcthoal JttUenball team dfot«*Wref to Henderson Thflfiday fdf- a gatte with our high school team, It was A close game alt through and te* tour extra Innings to de» the gama Irfln bjr . Waeft itf^dfeji ^j^dfea^jeday&ju CTvflu 116UU61SUU ffe* tft departteeM was caned *« to the Jo* Woods home near ffci i#M» Slat ctifen Wednesday week. The home was des- Md Mrs. WoMs was Mrft- btdif. Mr*. Woods was J t« do her washing When e#m gasoline elpioded causing tat We. oitest troytsJ IIOKOfi Mft« A ttiscellaneottg shower Was gives at the Christian chttrch basement Saturday afternoon is tfonor of Mrs. toale Woods, for- tneriy Blalne Smart, she received many beaattfnt presents. Oattes were played after which a lunch was served. About thirty were smalt aud r>»ic »e*e rwtntty ftarrted At OTen- Wood. Mrt. Woods was raised in tiUs eolnftiiWty and is * flue froung lady. She fa a gradnate of Henderson hfgh school. a Stringer ** otrt te Mr. Oi man. At he Snd htS brothers are farming near Wheelers Drove where be and Ms bride wm lire this Winter, Their many friends wish them a happy fnarrled lite. Cftttfch Not** Ittenderson with a scdre of f to ft. Tbe next game is at .Hastings fraesday evening; of this week, j . : A new building la going up in Is Henderson on the site where the llold hotel formerly stood. The building is being erected by Mr. 'and Mrs. Car! Higgle and will be •quipped for a cafe. This Improvement will add quite,a tot to the || appearance of the street. 1 *- Dr. French of Carson wu In 'town Friday. " Ralph Vlner and family were rgueits Sunday in the T. D. Phil- Ilips home. I Beginning next Sunday evening i the services at the M. RT church f will start at 7:30 o'clock instead |ot 8 o'clock. , Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stephens kwere entertained Sunday for dln- ftter in the Lorell Viner home ,near Wales, " *' ,. frene Hemming went to Council Bluffs several days ago where She it taking a business course. She is staying in. the Rev. Claude Cooper home. Mrs. McKeeney and Mrs. eld Myers were guests Thursday for dinner in the Pitk Boyd home. The annual report ot the M. E. Ladles' Aid Society shows they have quilted twenty-tour quilts, besides doing other work to make ttottey* Mrs. Bertha Sowers has the honor ot attending the most meetings, having attended forty nine during the year. The Rebekan lodge enjoyed a social time Tuesday after their meeting. A lunch was served by A. H. Harbor and Myrtle Selby. At tbe next meeting the other men will serve and the ladies are looking forward to enjoying a fine time. Dr. Curran and wife visited in tbe Mrs. 8. M. Woods home Sun* day evening. Mrs. Jud Coppock and son, Russeli and son, Herman, and wife Were visitors In Shenandoah Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Colemsn have been enjoying a visit from his sister, Mrs. Watts, ot Kansas. Mrs. Blalne Parker and June .Boileau were visitors In Red Oak Saturday afternoon. frett Sunday evening wilt finish the second set ot slides with the topic, "Women ot the Bible." What a strange thing is man and what a stranger thing is woman. Side by side we present here the perfect mother, the faithful wife, the dnttfnl daughter, the political heroine, the cruel mother, the faithless wife, the daughter of sin, and the traitress. You ttnst agree with Byron that woman is a strange subject. For a program that is distinctly different and In* dividual in itself We offer this as one ot the best programs ever presented here. You are cordially invited to attend this, our last, ot tbe season. The Christian Endeavor county rally will be held at the church Friday evening. Social and fellowship hour will begin at 6 o'clock, pot luck lunch at « o'clock, and evening session at 7:30. The speaker ot the evening will be Oeorge Hamlln of Des Molnes, state secretary ot the C. E. Last Sunday evening two more obeyed their Master by the Brat public step in conversion making tbe Qreat Confession tor the Man* ter. Audiences are picking up in attendance after the hot weather ot tbe summer months. Regular morning services and Bible school. Alpha A. Wright, minister. 6. Ladies' Aid Socttty enjoyed fkatUcg aft visitors Thursday afternoon the teachers of onr school. Mrs. 3. C. 6os« read a very interesting letter from Mrs. Emma Workman, She likes her new location fn California and is enjoying ft there very much. A lunch was served by Mrs. Q. T. Harovef and Mrs. John Rainbow. Harold Myers has been driving the school bus Jn the place of Art Fltcher who was Injured several data 4*0 il i rodeo. He has his leg to a cast. The Ifttle twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rntledge was kicked by * bofse the test of the week and I* In quite a serious Mrs. Sam CNretis relumed several days *ge from a reveni I weeks stay with her son. Claude, and family in OBMTW. Mr. and Mrs. Syrns Turner and his son and wife of near Elliott are enjoying a* ante trip fa Kentucky and flHnois. Mr. and Mrs. Ktn Wnitants, Margaret Harbor, and Mariin Mercer were visitors In Carson Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Drake e-f Denver, Colo, have been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will Smalt. Election of officers and teachers will be held next Sunday at the M. E. chnreb. word Saturday of the death of her sister, Mrs. Jack Coffin, ot HASTINGS ¥«** BirthcUy Party There eeetts to be general pleasure la the fact that Rev. L. E. Rtpley has been returned to this charge for another year. He has Dot only done excellent •work in this church but he and Mrs. RIpley hive greatly endeared themselves to the whole charge by theif earnest, unselfish work for the whole community. FOR YOU . • . OTHERS: Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Edmondson attended the funeral ot Mr, Oourley'g father held in VilUsca Sunday afternoon. Rev. Green of Oakland was In town Friday. Mr. and Mrs, H. Boyd ot near Oakland and Marie Jones and son of Council Bluffs were guests Sunday In tbe Dan Perkins home. Joe Edmondson baa been quite sick at his home •Mtjottown with asthma. '- ;'•"--,*£ «* The CbrisUanifcadles' AW So- cletyjenjoyed a School CUsa Party The intermediate Sunday school claw, with Miss Thelma Crawford as teacher, enjoyed a wether roast at the branch bridge Wednesday evening. Tbe evening was spent playing baseball. There were ten members present. All reported a nice time. The Busy Bee Sunday school clan, with Wlna Christie as teacher, enjoyed a party at the church Saturday afternoon. The afternoon was spent playing various games. Later on refresh- menu ot home-made Ice cream and cake were served. Aleene Frieda Qulmby Fellows and visited "In the for Leo** Sttuth Mrs. Clarence smith gave a party Friday evening In honor of ter son, Leon's eleventh birthday. He treated his room, the fifth and sixth grades, with Miss Naomi Harman. teacher, to a welner roast and after the roast they were taken to the watermelon patch and given all the melons they could eat. Those present besides the room were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Trimmer and daughter, Mary. All reported a tilce lime and wish him many more happy birthdays. Mr and Mr*. Harry MeDo**fli We are glad to report «. H. Omaha vfsfted hte parents. Mr. Latchaw much Improved and able and Mrs. Lew McDowell. ** ** *«mt»d ag«tn. He had qatte Mr* Ja»*s Clark r***fv*d a sttge with fnfeetfon. caused from a naff that he stepped a few weeks ago. Portland, Ore., who pasted awayj Mr. and Mrs. Jo* Mayberry. at her hoi&e there Friday eve-j Clare. Wilbur, and Fay Keith atng. She leaves to mourn her i drove to Council Bluffs Sunday passing, her husband. Jack Cof- Bn, Who Is fn Very pow health, and her two sons, John and Fred Roach, besides relatives here. Mr. end Mrs. Jack fclday visited his parents in Anderson one flay last Week. EAST LIBERTV The Ladies* Aid Society will meet at the church Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 4. Miss Jenla Sell of Omaha gpetit Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sell, and family. Junior Maddocks from near Sliver City was an over night guest Saturday in the home of his uncle, W. H. Maddocks. Mr. and Mrs. 3. E. Henderson. Opal and Alva were guests Sun* day in the' home of his sister, Mrs. L. O. Adams, and husband. Miss tva Sell who is a Junior in Olenwood high school, spent the week end with home folks the Kenneth Sell family. and enjoyed the day with their son, Kelt, Who Is attending th« school for the deaf there. Miss Elsie Raff and Sister. Marian, of Clarinda were callers t n the hotne of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Rime! Monday. There was * very good attea-» dance at the church school Sunday. People here are pleased to learn that the pastor. Rev. F. O. Barnes, Is returned tor another years work. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Henderson, lames and Mary, Mrs. La or a Kemey and Joste were dinner and afternoon guests Sunday ot Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Latchaw and Evelyn. In 190? President Theodore Roosevelt sent the V. 8. Atlantic Fleet around the world on a mission of good wilt. Grogs farm Income will approximate $6.380.000.000 this year compared with |5.H3,000,- 000 In 1932, according to a preliminary estimate of the Federal tibtne of Mrs. Millard Curtis in Strahan Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Story ot Malvern were dinner guests in the bom of Cecil Woods Thursday. In the evening they attended the walkathon at Shenandoah. B, W. Shaw and son, George, and Ted Clark and iBtll Ord left Wednesday JEor,"Nebraska City. They-returned home Saturday. Huntsman Mr. and.eon.iWfllle, of Mrs. A. V. elites assisted by Miss Millie Gale gave a 6 o'clock dinner Wednesday tor her son, Fiord elites, honoring bis twelfth birthday. Those present were: Charles and Wm. Phelps, George and Gerald Moore, and Peggy, Keith, and Floyd elites. A nice time was reported and all wish Floyd many more happy birthdays. Floyd also treated bis room the fifth and sixth grades, to candy bars tbe same day. Mrs. Cecil Woods and Mrs. Wm. Clark Sr. autoed to Omaha Wednesday. Jim Linthicnm and Less Dawson of Riverton left Tuesday morning for the northern part 01 Minnesota where Mr. Dawson wll visit his father. Miss Millie Gale visited Mr and Mrs, Lester Wyant in Carson Sunday. Cecil Woods and family and Mfsa Blanche Woods attended i party; at Council Bluffs Saturda nomlcall **Wt ""fW the people, \ Ings of 20% to 50% over ex- 1 pensive Baiteri* coila and other fonna of fuel. - - •> i " . j?* , *. P The IOWA COAL of to. day }a CLEAN and carefully prepared* ? It offera you "MORE HEAT PER • ~ . In addition .. COAL a greater Q W A for IowaV miners, railroad employees and others, Save Money for YovrseJf . . . Provide Needed Era* to Iowa Labor- i»JT« were presenfcl ... Mr. and Mrs, A>* -Harbor were in Council Bluffs Thursday afternoon,, - Haver Dougherty who works at the «taie institution at Mt. Pleasant is enjoying a vacation and visiting in tbe borne of bis uncle, Harry Daugnerty, _ Mr, and Mra. Harry Houser and son ot Betttoh, No, Dak, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dodoa of Clear Lake, So. Dak, came Wednesday to visit relatives; Mr», Dodds i a sister of Mrjs,* I* W.- Triplet*. Hazel Brown visited relatives of WJUte nucaw. "Efe r*~-' i ffC-# Clark "Sr. „ Katberfne Shaw and Miss Regina Omaha University, students in .came down week. . - -> • R, W. CasebqU and &ea Qllia}- Ian were looking after,business affairs In Kansas CUy Tuesday Blaine parker and family Jted relatives in Jte4; Qak 8un> day, „. - .- •- "* . Born »«s to lard W makes two ftrtfUft (extend evening. Cregg and turn of Brooks (turday a«4 '' ii W. Pi Ltnthi aierToonTalleVs at the »•»•« of Agricultural EC*- ome of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. RI- tnel were: Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Irower and Ernest and Mrs. Win- le Moore of Glen wood and Dr. Warden Rimel and family of Bedord. The East Liberty Cemetery ladies will meet in the Malvern bank Saturday afternoon. Sept. 30. A good attendnace is desired. Mrs. Joe Mayberry had the mis- ortune to cut one thumb very >adly one night last week on a broken window glass. She was quite sick and weak from tbe loss of blood and was taken to a doc- or to have the Injury cared tor. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Sell and family ot Leraa, 111. have been visiting In the home of bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sell. Mr, and Mrs. Guy Adams and children of Pacific Junction were Sunday evening callers at tbe home of his uncle, L. G, Adams. Several men were busy a couple of days last week helping Will Lutz place tbe foundation for a new barn which he expects to have erected soon. Mr .and Mrs. E. C. Beaton, al so Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beaton and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Seaton and lit tie son, Danny Dean, ot Malvern spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Karl Carr and family near Ta bor. They took along a picnic din ner and all enjoyed the dinne and visit together very much. omics. The dates Of the Dairy Cattle Congress at Waterloo are Oct. 2 o 8, inclusive. Stairs Made Her Gasp for Breath Penalty of Excess Fat Although she has lost but 7 bs. of her overweight, this woman finds that 7 Ibs. has made a emarkable difference to her. Her letter reads: "I am 63 years old and my height Is 5 ft. Ust year I weighed 154 Ibs. I have been taking a half-teaspoonful of Kruschen Salts, making no change In my diet. Now I am less around the hips, and only weigh 147 Ibs. dressed. But I feel lighter and can now run upstairs, which before used to make me gasp for breath. Everyone says how well and fit I look."—(Miss) J. H. Kruschen Is an Ideal blend of 6 separate salts which help body organs to function properly and maintain a splendid degree of health — it builds up energy and strength while you're reducing to. normal weight. « Get Kruschen Baits at,any live druggist In the world —a Jar lasts 4 weeks and costs not more than 85 cents. adv. THE Saturday to spend the week end with" home folk*. •*-, C. W, Moore is Installing a hew electric pump at his home north ot town to pump water from his -well Into the house, He will ROW have fresh water on tap alt the time, Harry Potter returned Saturday evening from Iowa City where be, has been, having surgical work done on bis injured leg. They straightened bis ankle a lot and put-It in a cast and after three months be is to return for further treatment. It looks very favorable now for bis lame leg to* become nearly normal again. Mrs, C. W. Kelley and Mr. and George Schurr drove to ndoah Sunday to see Mrs. McFarland wbo is very She bad had an operation that .revealed a serious cancer- QUS condition from which there seeing .to be little hope of recovery, _ .Workmen have been, busy the past week making some necessary Improvement in the post office part of the bank building. They have cut AH entrance to the fi»r- rooji fronj tjxe post office «I4e 8«4 hare also, fixed up the ,¥*!!».«>-that ttey v *ttl he «6ht ' winter prsaf, A «U»Sbter f Boris Iielfc. bom to Mr, ftft<i Mra, Rijr SfflUb. ?. Sept. ?«. 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