The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on October 5, 1933 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1933
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PAGE SIX fttl MALVfeftff LfeAbfift, MALVERW, IOWA, OCTOfifett S, tiSS HASTINGS George C. Miller [Greenwait Buys Buys Dimmitt Farm the Bank Building The dnal wns recently made whereby George C. Miller bnys of the insurance company the Dim- tnitt farm one mile east of Hastings occupied for some time past by I). R. Kldwell. There are 168 acres in the farm, fairly well improved, and the farm la"in good condition. We understand the purchase price was $18,000 and possession Is to be Riven March 1 next. This shows that there Is a demand for good Mills county farms. Mrs. Otha D. Wearln spent Thursday and Friday In Des Molnes where she attended the Meeting of the state federation of women's clubs. Mrs. Wearin Is chairman of the Mills county federation of women's clubs. She reports a very interesting session. Ellsworth Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Smith north of town, was taken sick last Tuesday with what developed Into an acute attack of appendicitis. He was taken to the Edmundson hospital in Council Bluffs where he was operated on at once. At latest report he is Improving nicely and will soon be able to come home. A fine son was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nlday In Hastings Monday, Oct. 2. This la the first i grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Crawford and Albert is almost j as proud of him as are the happy' parents. We extend congratulations. Dr. Christy reports the birth of a son, Clayton Norrls, to Mr. and Mrs. Unlph Edle In Emerson. Tuesday, Sept. 2(5. We extend congratulations. W. E. Waterworth is moving this week from the S. B. Hutchings place to Mrs. W. E. Van- Austlalo's property recently vacated by Roy Crawford, and Cecil Wood is moving Into the Hutch- Ings property. Mrs. Mildred Achenbaugh of Shenandoah visited Wednesday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Purcell. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dalzell of Kansas visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dalzell, Sunday. Bert Miller of Lisbon, No .Dak. who came back to husk corn for his brother, Arlin Miller, visited Sunday in the R. F, Crawford borne, i-Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ord, jimmy Ord, and Charley Clark returned Sunday after being in Lincoln, Nebr. the past two weeks. Jim Linthlcum and Less Dawson of Rlverton returned Saturday from Minnesota where Dawson has been visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Parker of Shenandoah visited Sunday in the Cliff Parker home. Post Master L. L. Greenwalt has purchased the bank building, the rear of which Is occupied by the post office, and Is now owner of the whole building. He Is making a number of Improvements. He will keep the post office in its present quarters. The upstairs Is rented to the telephone exchange and he will have the front formerly occupied by the bank, for rent. It will make him a good investment. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Gnstafson and Mrs. Cora Smith visited in the Herman Schurr home Wednesday evening. Mr .and Mrs. Homer Woods of Glenwood visited relatives in town Sunday. Herman Schurr and family were in Red Oak Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Huntsman of Emerson and Mrs. Wm. Clark Sr. were dinner guests in the home of Geo. Clark Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hall were dinner guests In the Harve Hall home Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Hanscom and son, Robert, were Shenandoah visitors Saturday evening. Miss fteglna Lookahill of Omaha spent the week end with her| parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred' Looknblll. j Rus«r.>l Hall who Is employed j In Glenwood visited relatives here over Sunday. Miss Mina Christie visited Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Hlmlller In Villisca the past week. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. elites and daughter, Peggy, and Miss Millie Gain were Council Bluffs visitors Wednesday. Mr. and MM. Cecil Woods, Xa- df'no and Geraldlne and Mr. and Mrs. Story of Mnlvern attended the walkathon at Shenanoah Friday. Miss Lorraine Clark was a Shenandoah visitor Sunday. Floyd and Keith Clttes visited Gerald and George Moore Sunday. Mrs. Dale Read and daughter, Phyllis Joan, and Mrs. W. R. Shepard accompanied Dale Read's! parents to their home in Nebras-1 ka Saturday where they will visit I a few days. [ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Viner ofj Randolph visited relatives in< town over Sunday. ' Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Stokes ot Emerson visited Thursday evening in the A. H. Crawford home. Mrs. Mary Hays left last week for Silver City where she will spend the winter with her son, Ira. Mr .and Mrs. Cord Toms and son, Carl, and Mrs. Bert Golns end son, Orville, of Strahsn visited in the R. F. Crawford home Saturday, Loonty Invites At! to Gladys Looney That every woman unending The Malvern Leader's Free Cooking School next week can get something of lasting benefit is the belief of Miss Gladys Looney, who will conduct the school and who extends a cordial Invitation to all Hastings wo- en to attend. "The program has been built on the suggestions of women who have attended other schools," says Miss Looney, "and deals with dishes and methods used by the average housewife every day. We want it to be genuinely helpful to alt attending." The school will be held In the Malvern Community building EAST LIBERTY East Liberty MI ethodtst Chttfch the pastor Is glafl to be appointed to this ehnrcti again and ssfcs yonr cooperation in order that we may have the best year yet. The Chttrch Xtght committee for October is as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Henderson. Next Sunday we shall have onr Quarterly Communion service. Every member of the church ought to be present and everyone is invited. Come to church at 10 o'clock next Sunday. Church school at 11. Lesson subject, "Saul in Damascus." If you do not have a church home elsewhere yon are Invited to make this church yours. Mews of Hastings Public Schools With the Seniors Tn sociology we are studying "The Forms of the Family." "The Social Side of the Food Problem" is being studied in hi- j ton near Glenwood Monday eve- ology, which we find very Inter- ] ning where a group of young estlng. j folks enjoyed a welner roast. The seniors had a class meet- j Miss Kathryn AndersTbn went Ing last week and selected their I to Lincoln Tuesday with Mr. and class rings. We ordered them j Mrs. Fred Pierce of near Hast- Monday. They are very attractive' Ings to visit Miss Ruth Pierce and we are anxious to get them. ( who Is a student at the state university. Imogene - S. E. Mills Mrs. EtntneH Cihtli hi St. Jtacpru Hospital Mrs. fimfnet! Canttl *&» ha» been a patient in St. Josephs n**- pftftt 'hi Omaha dl«3 ther% 8«t* nrday afternoon. Funeral services trwe, held here Monday morning at 9:30 at St. Patricks Catholic church and were attended by a very large crowd. Burial was in Mt. Calvary ceinetery. She is survived by her husband. Emmett Cahtll, and two son*. Robert and Donald; her father, John Hughes, two sisters, Mrs. Joe Laugnlin of Imogene and Mrs. F. N. Weber of Walnut, and her brothers, Leo, Francis, and Emmett Hughes, of Imogene. and Dan and Bernle of Texas. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Seatott were dinner and afternoon guests Sunday in the home of their son, Paul, and wife In Malvern. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bell and two little daughters ot Malvern were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Lutz Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Lookabill I and Ruth were Shenandoah visitors Monday. James and Mary Henderson were guests, of Miss Bernice Hor- Juniors Elect Class Officers The junior class recently elected class officers for the com- Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Clay and daughters. Bertha, Mildred, Fern, and lla, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Clay and daughters, Edna and Velma, ing year. They are as follows: i Mr, and Mrs. John Gary and President, Bruce Wallahan. j three children attended a reunion Vice president. Bud Mitchell. [ of relatives at the Milburn Har- Secretary and treasurer, La-jvey home west of Carson Sunday. verne Potter. There were about fifty present. Editor, Gladys Hltes. Chas. Swanburg who recently Sponsor, Miss Varley. submitted to an operation In the The juniors this year are studying sociology, biology, advanced algebra, and English literature with the seniors. There was a time when real comfort was not to be had by anyone at any price FIRE/ What the Sophs Are Doing The sophomore class elected officers as follows: President, Velma Mings. Vice president, Leora Christie. Secretary and treasurer, Irene Everhart, -._ r ^, , Editor, Virginia Scott. ' Sponsor, Mr. Blttner. The agriculture class instructed by Mr. Bittner selected their seed corn from the Ed Hathaway field Friday. Screams were heard from the English room of the high school Frldajf evening. What could be happening? Oh, the freshmen were being initiated! They took the initiation like good sports and everyone reported a good time. The Freshman Class A class meeting was held and the following officers were elected; President, Margaret Qulmby. Vice president, Irene Scott. Secretary, Lillian Crawford, Treasurer, Loren Nebbltt. Editor, Jean Dunn. Sponsor, Mr. Wllineth, Sport* Henderson came to Hastings Methodist hospital In Omaha was recovering nicely when he contracted intestinal flu. His condition was considered quite critical for a few days but the latest reports were to the effect that he is slowly improving again. H. L>. Crawmer came in from Chicago Thursday for a few days visit with bis brother, P. E. Crawmer, and wife, It has been twenty-three years alnce his last Mrs, Deo Severns and children, Betty, Bobby, and Dorothy, ot Glenwood spent Sunday in tbe home of her parents, Mr. and .Mrs.>;C, S, Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. Albert. Stille were dinner guests Sunday in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Stille, near Stiver City, The occasion was in honor of Albert's birthday it being Oct. 5. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs, C. M. Nelson Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John: Hanson and Edna from near Council Bluffs, and Mr. and Mrs. Si R. Hurst of Malvern. Miss Mary Henderson went to Lake Manawa Friday evening with a group of young folks from Silver City and enjoyed camping there. They returned home Sunday morning. Madeline Shapcott and brother, Billy, were Omaha visitors one day 'last week going with rela tlveg from near Emerson. Mrs. DuVal and several" mem* bers of her church school class, Wednesday for a kittenball game, with their families, enjoyed Was tt ever a good game? Kelly picnic dinner pn the church lawn and Peace were the two out-' after services 'Sunday, standing players of the game. It • Dr. Warden Rime! came up was an interesting game all tbe j from Bedford several times last way through. The score was 15-1 week to aid in the care ot his »TOJRD alarm! Bells clang! Hoofs * pound 8 wa4 ta«p0 on wooden paving, Grim faced men clutch <Jes« perately at taut reins and count the •I econds as they race wildly on~«r MILES AN HOUR, How many remember the hprse* drawn fire engine of the "Good Old Pays?" The last word then, Now scarcely equal to a 191? mode) T Ford, The homes of today are also vastly different t • • i tremendously improved. conuiuui tiny, could not ha \\*A y^ww»nra!(i *&*•& v , • B"^^ M*** WF WSW8 »y JVU*< Cb*»|» etetticity fat* ay th* b«rd y«fk bvg«ta» % nuuifim tM**Mn»1rMf. V HP^^PPW WW^CTWHSBWWR* gftjfc fffyfcf it now 4996 yfrwpw thM |»tl to WrtUwy n*v«4 ty tta few* MMttft Pit&itlytfi ftflcb WltttbiW iwl •May QtJMH mi(ul (rfmrifdl ifrriJilMiiftl i ELECTRIC RRTE5HHVE STEHDILY CONE DOWN 4ttraf» price faiA j»*r , r, H, for renkfeiufej fief, tricity in dm Untied Staler. 1MW 1(11 !•!• Jig 1H* 1MI I.1M ..4.144 4.OMT 14 in favor of Hastings. Hastings defeated Silver City Friday. Tbe score was 8*1. Our boys play Henderson Mon- j day at Henderson. We are expecting a good game. Wednesday afternoon StraUan girls and boys come to Hastings for a klttenball game. Friday, Oct. 6, Silver City returns tbe Hastings game. father, O. W. Rlm<rt, who ha* been confined to bis bed tbe moat of tbe time the past week t Miss Edna Lutz spent Saturday and Sunday in Council Bluffs to be near her sister, Ruth, in tbe Mercy hospital WJ11 Lut? west tp Council Bluffs Sunday to see bis d&ugbr Led Higgina of Easton, Kan. came Saturday evening for a few days visit with friends. Rev. Milo Tenneson of Red Oak assisted in tbe services at •H. Patricks Catholic church here Wednesday and Friday evening?. Leo and Walter Doyle left Saturday tor Chicago to attend the Century of Progress Exposition. Mrs. Earl Davenport of Tarkio, Mo. spent the week here with relatives. ' Father O'Donnel of Hanittirg visited Thursday evening with Father Doyle and also attended the mission held at St. Patricks church. Ed Powers who Is employed at Sioux City spent the week end with his wife at tbe home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Regan. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice* Gilmora visited Wednesday in the home of her parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Bern Maher. Mr. and Mrs. Gilmoro had just returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Anderson at Tedford, Nebr, Mary Catherine, ten year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom McDonald, -was taken to the Mercy hospital in Council Bluffs Sunday evening with a ruptured appendix. She was accompanied by her parents and Emmett Maher. Frank Hlggins and family, Mrs. George P. cole and daughter, Grace, Mrs. Paul Yakter. Mrs, Amos Hambsch and son, Lawrence, of Red Oak, and Mrs. J. 8. Hewitt of Denver, Colo,, who is visiting in Red Oak, attended the mission here Wednesday eve- son, Junior, returned borne Thursday from the Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago. Miwfoft Clcrte* At St. Patricks Chtittti t** «rt*rt«n eottftfcled fey ttet. *t. I. ilotlafty at St. PatHelB ehortn *a« rety Well att«fc««a the r»M wee*. It e1o*<>d Sunday evening tHtfi tery special sert- ieea, O«t ot town prtettg wfeft at- ttiiited in the closing ot the mission were Ret. M. M. Tennessen of "Red Oak and Rev. Schhelter of Sh»nandoah. A large tinmbef ct people from Shenandoah and Red Oak also attended. Mrs. Anna O'Connor, James and Anna Marie ot Omaha were visiting friends here Sunday. Miss Maty McOarglll is spending a weeks vacation in Dnbuqae. Miss Margaret McGarglll is tak ing her store*. place at the hardware ASBURY Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hamtnack and daughter, Betty Lou, and Mrs. H. E. Moore of Woodbine spent Sunday with Mrs. Martha Nltns. WIHIatn Irvin and George A Mr. and Mrs. George ftaft frfti Mr. and Mrt. fWtft ftfWf enfldren wife tffftof* Ffiday atid faffed Sot**** tt tM IntmaMel tit Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stdebottorn of Oakland spent Sunday at the feert Bate* fiom*. Miss Avis fco<rwell of tffnersoU spent Monday with ner frlenS, Mlse Helen Myers. Dwigtrt STia* weM to EIHott Monday to spend several weeks helping his uncle, Fred Shaw. Miss Pauline Miller spent Monday evening with her parents north ot Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Harry fitmiafe, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Don tap and daughters, Arlene and Gefaldtne. were Shenandoah visitors Monday. Mrs. Frank Kochefsperger was a caller at the Ora Douglas home Monday, ttoy Lathrop of Red Oak was a caller at the John Myers home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cook ot Olldden and Roy Sandeen ot Rock springs, Wyo. spent Thursday evening at the Venard Larsen home. John Myers and daughter, Helen, were Red Oak Visitors Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Martha KirnS and daughter, Stella, spent Friday at the L, Norton home near into* Lang were Red Oak visitors Sun day. The Asbury Farmers' Union met Tuesday evening at the Union hall. The members and their friends enjoyed a picnic supper before the meeting. A report of the district convention was given and greatly enjoyed by those present. Mrs. Bert Combs and Mrs. Ivan Salmons were Shenandoah visitors Monday. Ora Douglas who for the past two weeks has been at the 1m- manuel hospital in Omaha was able to come home Sunday. Claud Pollard drove up to get him. Among those from this vicinity who attended the funeral of Mrs. Emmett Cahlll in Imogene Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nlms, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McGln- nls, Mrs. Scott Arterburn, Miss Maymle McGlnnls, John McGln- nts, Sr,, Orville Cole, and Mrs. Walter Kellenbarger. Mr. and Mrs. Opal Bayes took their little son. Darrell, to the Immanuel hospital in Omaha where he will be operated on this week. • Everett . Norton of near Imo- spent the past week with hli . ProhV of "Red Oak were, visitors Monday, home. at the Myrsol Thomas gene. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Shaw and Earnest Irvln were Shenandoah visitors Saturday. Cane, Sorghum Injured by Frost is Poisonous Frost time is creeping nearer and nearer to Iowa. And with it comes the danger to dairymen of sick cattle from pasturing on cane and sorghum. Prof. E. N. Hanson of the Iowa State College Dairy Husbandry department reminds farmers that every year some dairy cattle are lost in Iowa through feeding on cane and sorghum after frost. Prusslc acid is formed in the canes from frost and a poisonous gas is released in the stomach of the cow. Sudan grass sometimes causes serious illness among cows after frost, also. Prof. Hanson says, although It is not so dangerous as the cane. After the cane has been shock*' ed in the field and well cared It is safe for feeding and will not' cause sickness. .,/.,„ It's all, right to make? fa _». """j. _• _*.» t •km»*~ A. _' 1 L»?y'-_^ i I them. everythla Roy Greenwalt of Oakland, Calif, visited bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Qroenwalt, a tew days last week, $. 0. Rector of Council Bluff* visited bis daughter, Mrs. P. D, Fellows, aafl family Suaday. Mrs. Debbie Hayes wbo is suS faring frow be^rt trouble, i»|t last week to ttpead tbe winter with Mn. Orwioa Kt Bsftitttftft. Mr. ana Mr*. A. V. OUVe* «ad P«»gy, y«r» 4lR»er tb» beme el Mr. and el 10 IU4 Q«k llaHud tttate* a * l *J B1 * ! w p - ^W^ff»?E ' IOW/ AND :er, Ruth, in Mercy f{e was accompanied by Clyde Whltesides and BORS, Richard and Harry, T&ey &IJJMJ R tt t& sltgbtly impreye4 fro» the «* vere oper&tlfl« to wbistb, %be tub* ltted laet week. 4 jolly group of. you»g fjpJJsg, bo«(t tweftt^Bij,, 4|»p s»Jf o« Hastings Mead»y evwitojt and enjoyed ft wlAei^eJo* Jae4 are Invited to Attend The MALVERN LEADER COOKING SCHOOL * • t f ' i BE SURE A,NP NOTICE MISS GLADYS LOONEY'S \ Demonstrations U^lng the Economical and Efficient K-» a, were * Rptt m SJHM) » wfc*» ib*y, <rt I T.T^tff^h. t» 25 Ounces for 25c SAME PRICE TOD AY ;,' V <,«<< ^\ iJyi, 1 f Tbci 1 will ihew you how ,.K •iftt_ Is-.11 :fe u *j1 M i«* y\ £*1 f~ (fe-A J^M-V 7 ' ..i.-^af

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