The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on October 5, 1933 · Page 6
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 6

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1933
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tttfe MALVtftfc LfcADtfc, MALVERN, IOWA, OCtOBER S, 1933 PAGE SEVEN EMERSON Children Stags Bit Paf &de «u m Si* Bty tot Little Big Quit too, That w*« a fcteftt parade staged iti Emerson t*it Saturday afternoon b? the cnlldren large and «mall under the direction of the Ladles' AnXtttery of tttfe American Lefcton. It drew ft farfe ctowd from far and near and the children certainly did tnefngeltes proud, re- fleettfig no little credit npon their sponsors as welt as themselves. there were several divisions to the parade, fnefe were the deco* rated bicycles and riders, eight of them, the little tricycle riders, four or five of them; the doll baggy parade, about fifteen or more 111 all sorts of pretty get-' tips; the horse and rider group; the dolt parade; the pet stock parade, about a dozen of them, and the merchants' representatives, and a whole lot of others in various costume. They made a parade about two blocks long as they marched down from the town halt to the bank and east to the thorson garage and north to the M. E. church corner and then back Again over the same route to the delight of the many spectators lining the streets. The judges, tried and true men and women, worked hard and long In picking the winners for the various divisions which were finally announced by the chairman, Mrs. W. H. Cramer, who called her husband with his welt known far reaching voice to help her, The largest doll collection was shown by Mrs. Lowell Patrick who had 47 dolls in the collection. The oldest doll belonged to Mrs. E. B. Blrdsall and was carried by her little granddaughter, Marjorle Whlsler. It was seventy years old. Marjorle was attired in a costume of long time ago. The | little dress she wore was worn by | Mrs. M. L. Evans when she was a little girl. There were many other Interesting and unusual costumes, but as the prizes were awarded by number we did not get the names of the winners. They plan upon another parade a few weeks later. Emttson Wom*n lnrit«l to tfctf Cooking Exp*rl Charming young woman above will greet visitors attending The Leader's third annual Free Cook- Ing School and demonstrate the newest dishes and methods In cookery Oct. 12, 13 and 14. The school will be held In the Malvern Community building and Krnerson women are Cordially invited to join the hundreds of women from other parts of Mills county who will attend. Miss Gladys Loo nay, who will conduct the school, Is nationally famed for her work in this line and has conducted schools for the Des Molnes Register, In bma- ha and Council Bluffs and other large cities during the past year. W. R, C. Meeting Oct 7 U ,i «—~! The Woman's Relief Corps No. trwjd Army turday afternoon, Oct; 7, at the Woodman f hall. Ai good attendance in very " much^deslrpd as the Corps will ; practice for inspection. ' A little son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Edie, Sept, 26. We extend congratulations, Mr. and' Mrs, Steve Porsett are the proud parents of a little daughter, born Sept. 28. We extend congratulations. Mr, and Mrs. Georgle Graham moved last week from Pacific Junction to the Arthur Smith house in Emerson, Georgle is employed on the section. MalJ messenger service has been; die'cQntinued in Emerson terminating Sept, 30. It will now be handled by the railroad «w* pany. .During the past eleven years Emerson has had three mail messengers: Francis Anderson, George Butcher, and J, R. Coates.* I, N. Cheney was an Omaha visitor Friday, John Oarpon was an Omaha visitor Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, W. B, Crawford and daughter, fcenpre, of Qrts* wold spent tth.* week end here their dftugfttw, Mrs. M, D, Mrs. Harriett E. Short Die* in Council Bluffs Mrs. Harriett E. Short, aged ninety-one, died Thursday, Sept. 28, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Miller, in Council Bluffs. Mrs. Short was the mother of Walter C. Short of this place. Harriett E. 1 Curtis was born In Connecticut, Jan. 17, 1842. On-March 13, 1864 she was married to Samuel P. Short of Henderson county, 111, To\ this union five children were born: Mrs. Gertie L. Wray, Brooklyn, N. Y., Mrs. J. A. Miller, Council Bluffs, Walter C, Short, Emerson, Mrs. Myra H. Nelson, Oakland, Calif., and Pearl E. Short who preceded her in death in 1002, She also leaves to mourn her death five grandchildren and three great, *Wj4ebU4rjB4tig4 -,-8h*W«**coOTertW^tJlh1it»I» of sixteen and for seventy-five years lived a Christian' life.' " Funeral services were held at the Baptist church in Council Bluffs Saturday afternoon at 2:30 and the body was taken to Biggs- vllle, HI. Sunday for burial. Brief services were held at the cemetery Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Alfred Cottar, Wffma and ofettce s^efit Friday etenfng at Lon EFatftetdte. Mr. an'tf Mrs. Gfen fCelWnlHtf- £«• ftta Si-fte* Rtftfi efttteo* on lh* termer's, trficte. Walter Kelten- batger, Snnday afternoon. Mr*. 8. A. Reed, Mrs. Koeheirs- perge* and daughters. Wanda And Jean, and Joe Allen called on Mrs. Liddell and Virgil Sonday afternoon. Keystone school was not in session Monday on account Of the funeral services of Mrs. Erainet Cahill at Imogene. the two small sons of the Cahllls are pupils in the school and we sympathize with them in this untimely loss; also with the other relatives in their sore bereavement. Mrs. Merrill Briggs enjoyed ft few days visit from her sister, Mrs. Straight, from up Elliot way the last of the week. Sunday the rest of the Straight family visited the Briggs and Mrs. Straight accompanied them home. \ Miss Pearl McLain returned the first of last week from Chicago where she visited the fair and had a "very enjoyable time. Mr. and Mrs. Harvle Douglas called on his brother, Ora, Sunday afternoon. Ora had just returned from the hospital where he has been for four or five weeks and his many friends hope for a Steady improvement ill his condition. Dean McLain and Prank Kochersperger have purchased a corn picker which they hope to try out in the near future. Our community was well represented in the parade In Emerson Saturday afternoon, Julia Dean Kims took second prize in the doll buggy section of the parade. We wonder if the "visa versa" isn't also true of this "buy at home" deal. Sometimes when the farmers have a surplus of fruit, sweet potatoes, or other vegetables, and try to sell them to the local merchant we get the reply: "We really can't use them; we have just ordered all we can use from Virginia," or some other state or town, Jessie Cardiff was one.of the judges at the parade. Miss Pearl McLain took her mother, Carrie McLain, and her aunt, Ella Schlck, and Irene Crofton to Council Bluffs Saturday afternoon to attend the funeral of a relative, the mother of Walter Short* of Emerson. Clarence Bishop, Alfred Griffin, and Sherman Allen attended the Rotarian banquet at Climax Monday night. Virgil Liddell was a Red Oak visitor Tuesday, afternoon, Olga Carlson Lyster and infant daughter, Emabetft, vjplted last Lon Hatred sfftfl L*trre«ee frftd ffe-fck Bmfctt** w*re tte« Ort visitors •W-ednwaat. AHc* HiHBaf Wft* soWt&eftst of fcetf 0fc* I^Kftt Ifte wee* «M with 8ta,T*>fi« litres. Sfindfat fttest* M* the John James no** wetle: Mr. and Mr». Ralph Jam«* and fcaby of North- fcoTo, Jofcn M*tr£ Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell and children of Shenandoah .and Mrs. Etta Mkicott «f New Market. Miss in* it. Wood of Glenwood spent tfce *eet end with Mrs. Dean MeL*ta. Mte* Pearl MeLaln was the gaest of Mabel Johnson of Red Oa* Kt "K*tt**s CWpboard" We«- nesda? evening. Sites Carrie Jam** att&nfled the South Central Iowa Teachers* meeting in Snenandonh Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Ida Steen of Emerson was a Sunday night guest tn the home of her nephew, Sherman Allen. Mary Hatfleld and daughters called on Olga Lyster at the Louie Bnlllngton home Saturday afternoon. The Hatfietd children were former pupils of Mrs. Lyster. HENDERSON New Pasidf Arrives to , • fake) Charge of Church ftev. NesWtt and family moved here Saturday from Seymour to take charge of the Methodist church and also the Wesley Chapel church. The church Is pleased to welcome them to the community and they also wish Rev. Thomas and family succ?ss in their new field. Mrs. Jennie Turner, a former resident here but now of Washington, celebrated her seventy- eighth birthday last Wednesday. JEJer many friends here wish her many more happy birthdays. The tittle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde'. Rutledge Is Improving. She was kicked by a horse and was in a serious condition. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Drake left Wednesday for Colorado after a few days visit here with relatives. Chuck Straight and family moved last week into the Mrs. Ed Brown property recently vacated by Mr. McKee and family. C. H. Amiek left Saturday for Clarlnda where he will be employed, at tho state Institution. He has worked In the bank here a good many years and has been very active in community and church affairs and will be greatly missed, but his friends here wish him success In his work there. Mrs. Will Cain and daughter, Marjorle. and Addle Boileau were visitors In Red Oak Thursday. Miss Dallanger. a former teacher here hut now of Glenwood, visited friends here the last Of the week. Mrs. Watts returned to her home In Kansas Thursday after a few days visit with her brother, Lon Coleman, and wife. Mrs. KPH Williams returned home Sunday after a four weeks stay with her sister, Mrs. Pearl Mercer, and family. Jud Coppock and family were guests Sunday in the home of their daughter, Mrs. Gerald Penwell, near Morton Mills. Mrs. Scott Sheehan enjoyed a visit a few days last week from her parents of Omaha. Mrs. Leslie Allensworth and son nnd Mrs, Jess Shank and son were visitors in Silver City Saturday. Thp Christian Aid enjoyed a pot luck lunch Wednesday afternoon. Several guests were present and a very pleasant time was spent. Mrs. Georgia Wllkenson and Mrs. Elvyn Galloway are the committee to servo In October. A. J. Harbor and family visited their daughter, Virginia, at In- dlanola Sunday. Born — to Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Bowen, Sept. 29, a daughter. We extend congratulations. Ken Wtflfam* and Pearl Met-i cer were visitors In Shenandoah; C. fi. EtfAKrtidson and Dean Ed«aon*ion -Hatted in the Zetl Bolton home near Oakland Wednesday. Mrs. Pearl Harbor and children *ete Gtenwood visitors San- ctay afternoon. Mrs. G. W. Wilson enjoyed a visit Sunday from her brother and wife of Red Oak. They had j Jnst returned from the Chicago World's Fair. Cnamp Harover and family of Adel spent the week end here with relatives. Mrs. McKeeney visited her son. Clarence, and family several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Honser and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dodds returned to their homes In Dakota Thursday after a week's visit here. Lenora Simmons has been visiting her brother and wife in Hnneock the past few days. The M. E. Ladles' Aid Society had quite a large crowd present at their meeting Thursday afternoon. A number of visitors were present. At the close a pot luck lunch was enjoyed. Albert Pace of Malvern had business In town Thursday. The Christian Ladles' Aid Society recently had some colored windows replaced at the church. They had been broken some time. The expense of having them replaced was $26 and the ladles earned the money by quilting. Waldo Edmondson, Dave Jenkins, Merrel Crouse, and L. T. Gourley left Saturday to spend a few days on Mr. Gourley'e ranch In Nebraska. The M. E. Sunday school held their election of officers Sunday. Few changes were made. They also had promotion of some of the pupils in the smaller classes. Mrs. Mary McMullen of Council Bluffs visited in the Ed Wll- kenson home Thursday. She expects to go out In Nebraska to care for Mrs. Lee Bradon who has not fully recovered from injuries she received a few years ago in an airplane accident. Mr». John Woods who »a* burned quite badly when fire recently destroyed their hoifte is getting along as welt as can he expected .She has been staying In tft« how* of her brother neat Macedonia. Edith Parker was on the sick list a few days last week. HtLLSDALE Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Davlea vls- d Snnda.v with Mrs. DatlMi' sister. Mrs. Anna Benacosa, ftt the Jptinle Edmundson hospital in CounHl Blnffs. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Baucotn Jr. attended n birthday dinner Monday evening In honor of Mrs. Bancom's uncle. Jim Miller, in Council Bluffs. Mr. ami Mrs. Herbert Bole* were surprised Sunday when the relatives of both camo with dinner to help them celebrate their tenth weddlnK anniversary. A. II. Culver who has been threatened with pneumonia the past week Is reported some better. Wm. Van Orsdels. Hoy ninck- man and family, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Frank Plumb visited Mrs. Roy niackmnn at the Edmundson hospital Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Noah entertained at n big birthday din- her Sunday In honor of Miss Louise Christie, Mrs. Guy Christie, Mrs. Noah, and Mr. Christie's birthdays. Many friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Delashmutt drove to their new home In Pacific Junction Monday evening for an old fashioned charivari. Leader Want Ads pay and pay. DRS. KLINE & KLINE Dr. D, M. Kiln* Dr. J. A. Kiln* Oitcoptthte PhytleUnt Offic* hour*) 1 to 6 p, m. ind 7 to • p. m. on Saturday, Other Houn by Appointment Office over Iowa State Savings Bank X'Ray Dlagnotli Phonttt Office 132. Home 186 Lon Van Busktrk of Glenwood greeted friends here Thursday. Mlsa Marjorle Brlggs of Omaha spent the week end here with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. C, W. Briggs, Miss Susan Kuter and Mrs, Albert Welty of Malta, 111, came last week to visit their brother, George Kuter, in the home of his "daughter, Mrs, J, N. Cheney, Miss Susan Kuter is a retired deaconess. Mrs, P. B. Hayes of Hastings is seriously ill in the home of her daughter, Mrs, T, H, Qrayson. Mrs. W. E, Kennedy returned to her home i» Sioux City Friday after spending a week here with her aunt, Mrs, Fannie Crofton. Miss Lillian Rhoads of Oakdale spent Tuesday with her grand' mother, Mrs, Caroline Rhoada, She is visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs, Harry flhoads, in Red Oak. , f .: , Selected for Demonstration Leader SCHOOL with Frances. Bullfngton, Walter Kellenbargers returned home the middle of the week from a visit with relatives in Nebraska. J. F. Ungry baa purchased the Phillips 66 oil station in Emerson and George Davis has moved here from Nebraska to take charge of it. Joe Allen attended a junior picnic in the Wookey woods Friday evening. Mrs. Mable Bishop is in Clarkson hospital in Omaha taking treatments for goiter, She was taken to the hospital Tuesday. Laurence Hatfleld was on the sick list last week suffering from some kind of food poisoning, Alfred Coopers, John Parker, H, B. McLain, Mr, and Mrs, New. ell Fain, Will Fain, Mrs, Kochersperger and Wanda were Red Oak visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Nims and Julia Dean were Sunday visitors in the borne of Mrs. Ntms's mother, Emma Listen, in Emerson, Card of Thank» We wish IB this way to thank the friends and neighbors who so willingly came to assist us and plowed the ground and sowed the wheat aud rye for «s. We also extend thanks for the beautiful flowers sent us while in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Douglas, r Hampshire Boars lI ii iSSEIE!rS Pleasant Valle Herd at 1 Pleasant Valley Herd at PUBLIC SALE! 4sy at* Church Notes Sun4ay ye phgerye4 and had our promotion, tejidence W»B »h$»y<» the 90 aud we ha4 a good interest (ested. The young people g&ye a dialogue (or the Rally day pro* gram and it coutsiaed {904 let thought, especially tot the pay* enta. Qod kelp UB ni$ ogiy to teach bm to set »u example far Christian forward tor tbe folio wleg: frwa to yftUftg P4Q{> )jfti At the farm 5 1-2 miles north of Emerson, 4 1-2 miles southeast of Henderson, about 18 miles straight south of Oakland, and 25 miles north of Shenandoah. You will have paved road No. 34 within 5 1-2 miles of the sale, Tuesday Oct. 10 Commencing at One O'clock R M, Head of Purebred Immuned O/? Hampsh ire Spring Boars OO Sired, by my herd boar* — The Gleam, The Clipper, Hawkeye Ranger, Hilltop Sen- •ation, Big Shot Yankee, Designer Boy, Clan Boy's Pride, and High Whirlwind. Plenty of new Wood for old customer*, This is my tenth boar sale and the offering is, I believe, the best I have ever had, AH are good and big, with good backs, good length, and good legs and I am raising the big bone and body type the kind that feed out well in the feed I have ralssd 1165 spring pip this year d this offering is the choice. These boars will weigh two hundred pounds anil The man who gets the highest priced spring boar in the sale gets a nice spring gilt free, He gets to pick her out of a bunch of 100, Every hog gets a new crate, if wanted, If you bring your own crate we will deduct the price of the crate from the price paid for the hog. TERMS— Caih, A good pUte lunch will be served noon, W H fnmir ffmnm iirt R M W- flPflPf TPW-^^i^^^^W^P ^WP^^PW^P^^R^ ^^W^W ^^W ^^V* QlMNMMl JHitt Stftk* Cltflt*

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