The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on October 12, 1933 · Page 8
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AGfcfctGHt tHE MALVERN LfeA OCtbflfeR 12. STRAHAN Cifl» Gitt Showef fof Mr* Vfreii W> Last Saturday three of the friends and schoolmates of Mrs. Vtrg It Curtis, Misses Dorothy Nagel, Elolse Olson, and Mailne Bell, entertained at a miscellaneous shower at the Olson home honoring her. There were twenty- two present and the bride re- colved many lovely and useful gifts to use in her new home. The afternoon was spent in a social way and after the gifts had been opened and admired the girls served refreshments of pineapple and marshmallow whip, aftgel food cake, and lemonade. Miss Vera Pollltt was able to be brought home from the Edmundson hospital last Sunday and is now convalescing Very nicely from her recent operation. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis were dinner guests Sunday in the home of their sister, Mrs. 8. S. Summers, and attended the program at the church in the afternoon. CURTIS BUILT-IN KITCHEN FURNITURE recommended by MISS GLADYS LOONEY at the Leader Cooking School October 12, 13, and 14 "Curtis mill work and built in Kitchen Furniture are not only the last word in modern convenience but add just that proper touch of beauty so necessary to the up-to-the-minute kitchen." Curtis mill work is on display at and for sale by the Green Bay Lumber Co. W. D, Slothower, Manager Malvern of the Slf&haff Consolidated Sefiool High School fowl there has been a new member added to the freshman class. Sne is Harriet Cltte*. fh* Members of the freshman class are walling for the initiation which always accompanies these little beginners. The home economics girls are very busy completing their first Wearing garments. Miss Sheldon our teacher, is having ns look HP all we can find on Mnes, color, value, texture, etc. The sophomores had a new geometry teacher Tuesday. Oar teacher was Mr. Coxen. When he is the teacher one should be prepared for any question that he might ask. In English the sopho* mores are reading short stories written by Poe and Stevenson. The juniors and seniors are continually saying, "1 don't have my physics problems." A queer remark, isn't It? The seniors have been busy the past week trying to decide about announcements, commencement apparel, etc. They hare not definitely decided yet. That worry is not over. But, oh welt, gradua* tlon comes only once in a lifetime. Hastings and Strahan girls and boys played another klttenball game at Hastings Wednesday afternoon. The score for the girls was It to 16 in favor of Hastings. The score for the boys was 5 to 6 in favor of Hastings. After the game Hastings gave Strahan a welner roast in the Scott timber southwest of Hastings. They played various outdoor games. All reported a good time. Thank you, Hastings! Josephine Dye, reporter. The boys' baseball team journeyed to Riverton last Thursday and were defeated 14 to 1, The batteries for Strahan were Din- vltle, WatU, and Ptburu. Strahan's only score came when, with Dlnville on first, WatU lifted a high fly over center field, scoring Dlnville. Beginning with*' this week three sophomore English students will have charge of reporting the news. They are Josephine Dye, high school; Edward Piburn, sports; Olovanna Cunningham, grades. The new typewriter tables were finished last Wednesday and are meeting with universal favor, They contribute considerable to the appearance of the typewriter room. Having quit farming I will hold a closing out sale on the Lewis farm, known as the old Mosley Chase farm, 2 miles southeast of Henderson and 7 miles north and one-half mile west of Emerson on Thursday, Oct. 19 th commencing at 18.'80 p. m., the following property;-— •^•MHMOTIIMMMItMffMM^MMMMBB IMPLEMENTS and MACHINERY Good John Deere corn elevator, 88 foot, McCoyrmek-Peering grain binder, McCormick-Peering corn binder, JO foot Tractor djae, Eight foot disc. 3 Good farm wagons, Wagon with rack. 4 Single row cultivators, McCormick.peering two row cultivator. Two 4 section harrows. One 2 section harrow. Two good corn planters, Loose ground lister, Sis foot McCormick.peering mower» Good John Deere 13 foot rake. Older rake, Manure spr§a4er t Gage 3 y s h, p, gas engine, 30 inch wood saw, Grin4 stpne, Hog troughs, hog witer fountains. Vise, forks, scoops, double trees, et ItttlffrM Wirttt mttet tt tli« fiftft ^r*tf6 tfcff *ft«t. Miltfr«« Bki be*n «te% MSrS ^stn't AN* to Wart to setKtol fn ^pte«b«ip. The KftB gf*a« M b*rtt»f ft health cotttett. TTus WB* ttftfifif the most pofnts at tb« *iid of two HARNESS Set double work harness; 8 sets fly nets; Strap work «nd other harness pieces. Household Goods Washing m^Rinsi fwo tables Qfgaa, and other small articles too numerous to mention, 911 W, 6. T* H*m*r, the etgMti fcfade Ms had fcef- fect att«ft<Jta4« tor a weet. The setetitfe and eighth trafle tioyn af« ttafcfng *erol»J4nes which are to be digpiajrid la A§tt enbangh'g 6roc»ry whea Date Langhlln, accompanied by Herbert Johnson, trucked a load of household foods to Conception, Mo. for Frank French Sub- day. Mr. French has been employed for the past two feats fay Chas. Olpe. Millard Curtis was unfortunate enough last week to get a badly broken arm white crank* tng his father's tractor. His brother, Virgil, is helping htm with his work at the school building. The arm is mending as well as can be expected. A profit of $11.05 was made by the Ladies' Union at the serving of the Hilton sale. As everything had been donated this money is a clear profit and will be used tot the necessary ex* penses of the church and other incidentals. M. B, Fellows of Hastings was a visitor in Strahan Sunday. Supt. and Mrs. Ben Coxen have been having a number of guests at their'home the past week. On last Wednesday their uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs. otto Funding* er, of Van Meter came, leaving on Thursday. Then on Friday their brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Coxen, and little daughter, Doris Jean, of West Branch came and they left for home Monday morning. Miss Gladys Bradley left Saturday for Olenwood Springs, Colo, to resume her work as extension leader there. Her father and aunt, Miss Ines Bradley, accompanied her to Omaha where she boarded the Union Pacific for the return trip. She spent a happy vacation here with her relatives. Earl Bass came up from Tar- klo, Mo. for an over Sunday visit at home. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Wederqvlst and baby left last Friday morning for Frederick, Okla. to look after their farming and cotton crop there, Enroute they will stop for a visit at the home of their uncle, Marian Roberson, of Warsaw, Mo. From there they will drive down through the Ozarks and on into Oklahoma. They expect to be gone several weeks. Perry Bayes is caring for the elevator here during Mr. We- d£ro,Y4st*0: ! .~Jlb489l}C9 4 ^f- 'i.. r^i.a?**> *~~Jtfr. and Mrs. Leo Hirlchmln came down from Omaha Sunday and took their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Irvin, to Red Oak to the home of their daughter, Mrs. Cart Salmons, where she will care for her father for awhile. Frank Bellknap of Lincoln has been here at the home of his son, Oscar Bellknap, and with him has been making some changes in a road and some dividing line fences, and other repair work on his farms here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson were supper guests last Tuesday evening at the home of Arthur and Ines Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Qipe have been enjoying a, visit from their niece and husband, Mr .and Mrs, Ben Brenuun, end. daughter of Abilene, Kan. They left for home last Saturday, Mrs. Sadie Warfiel<J is expected here this week and will wake an extended visit with her brothers, Arthur and Will Bradley, and sisters, Mrs. Horace Eacrett and Miss Ines Bradley, the Eftefso* cftaftet o! Ofdftr of t&ft fitttetft Star, fftt» one of their monthly series of t&ti pafife-s Mo*a*y ^mm & tire Mfttenic hall, following taelf regtitaf- team*. Abdnt ftixtr-ftte were present lnrtBai*g twenty from fttt Oat and eight trSm Henderson, and ft toost delightful evening was en- Joyed. Bridge Was the game of the evening. Following the games delicious refreshments were served. The serving committee were Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Douglas, Miss Qer- aldine Combs, and Miss Pearl Me* Lain, the entertainment committee in charge of the evening Were: Everett Whlsler, Mrs. Paul Carson, Miss Jeannette Carson, and Miss Pearl Lang. ADDITIONAL EMERSON Enjoya Oroup Pisiue The different jjepartae'nt? pf the Methodist church, enjoyed party or soda], ls«t week, lear up to the promotion flay ejercj given Sunday morning. One of toe largest gat&ertog» fffti wf 04 jjjr the Leagut lor people of the cburch. TWs (ft w«r« Ralph V*tutAU*«i*ie Dfcd Meod&y, Oct. 28 Ralph Vannausdale died Monday after a brief illness at his home two miles east of Emerson. He took sick at the breakfast table and died a few hours later. He Is survived by his widow and four daughters, and his brothers, Ray and Arthur, of Emerson and Charles of Red Oak. Funeral will be at the M, E. church in Red Oak Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, ¥&i ffettft of iit Mfciv »tate*m«t «Ss»* til %* "Utt* ft today wnat ffe* fgfciailifcl *tn Ait friitf ^UStib liJyil^^B&itfelMfc- fa * QO TOT yOU (vlflv* A u w * the pfbjetiets ot i ffld««fn rWgh ftb*tt 6» ten*. ' W&H tt» frftfcS* *«»* Mi to ftavs f* tforta-f *»«at t* go *ft& *<fcsfr ifcteigfc %rt£^t -jfaffijk-fit jfcft-jf-ffjA ftftv U0W jpiiwflt QwiiVT •nmBt fifths 3^§8* tw$ IJHnr&l &fff£¥r§ W« 'em to ISffiS W t«fS ttt latan«s« ttnfcntge. u it Demonstrated at tha Cooking School Thursday, Fr ida^ and Saturday toy good SflYM Ktteton Tlnw and Iffort., .but a GENERAL ® ELECTRIC More than Pays for Itself Couple Secretly Wed in Shenando&h October 4 The secret leaked out Monday of the marriage of Clarence Nelson of Emerson and Mist Mary Trimmer of Hastings. They were married in. Shenandoah last Wednesday. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nelson. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson and the bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Trimmer. We extend congratulations. Lawrence Smith left Monday for Chicago to spend a few days at the Century of Progress. Mr, and Mrs. Howard Jackson and family left last Tuesday tor Truro to make their home. They have been employed at the booster station here and were transferred to. station No. 8. Mrs. Maggie Jane Thomas of Wales was a week end visitor in the home of Mrs. Catherine Lang and other friends. Miss Doris McDowell of Lin- coin came Monday night for a visit in the home of her mother, Mrs. Clara McDowell,., >,. , KS? W food colt* and txmteitotd etpenM* will tteet the eaty ffioathlfMrtteooofl i G»& And Genettl Electric build* lift* U*g*tpt»4*inliti\fr to every O»B refrig* erator— giving you many extra mfi of uninterrupted f»er» fotataaee. Only • General Electric givct you all these feature*! • All'Stttl Cfkmtt. Porcelain inilde and out • Sumltti Stni Putting Cbsmbtr Cannot chip or nut Freeze* mote ice faster. • Sliding Sbtlvn. Adjuttable la Height e Ttm^nttitn Ctittrel tmfDtfrottrr. • PottPtaatDw Obtmt • Automata Intttitr lighting. • MuiiterTfpSMitit- in~SUilMnhaintm, Uies leucur- rent with ample reierve power for unusual demand*. Quiet Require* no att -ntlon, not even ua'U be prouU of your G-B /ear* after It bat paid for iuclf. « See our complete display of General Electric*. We nave a size for every requircmtnt— in both Monitor Top and FIstTop model*. Price* are lower now than they probably ever will be •»e*in. Convenient term* are reliable. iowA.NEBRASKA LIGHT land POWER COMPANY Approved appliances may also be purchased from other reliable dealers In this community. potatoes an4 »» fried, ft&4 ce over a t»4 of CAI|«, AlM young peopjo war* *«!** o| lira- mu low »n.d RO toe* wvery. 8He i lap feftT I earn How to S\411? and Serve Tastier Meals pood food is aJwayi a bargain. brands „' iTRONO"H FPODPROPUCTS IVlJk"^ *l^**^«« IA*^ Xt_^. -«(k TT A V >JW M« • It4|«we M iAHAl& t&m «vfiri§ ye§p§ ago, Thitiw8?tlw M4 we connstence of go many ttoupj)4$ of A MClOJMt UQID.HOH -v'|?W.bjpWrfTW, JJHT^ ' 4 /«Kili^fl; WWWifjSif v «?^JI» *OWA MAID i ••tt*i»»tai IB fag^«»8»4-" <& '- tftklBM A .fiAi&fifc AffWlYl — M^MM. 9 i ^^*R^» -^^^Wplw Ibftll JmABk JAMfiHeKl' ttAL w l» <*ttw«4 te *T^ alS^i. *Si IflAU^k flttX'AttBk ^" ' ».-iMMtojt'Mp:"" _.. |UBtfdl|^^| af VominWSSjai ithout

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