The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on October 12, 1933 · Page 9
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 9

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1933
Page 9
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WE MALVfeftN LfeAPfeR, MALVtftfr, tOWA. OCtOftEft la, 1933 PAGE HASTINGS R€tliii0ft tftM* i* Post Matter AM Mrs. L. L. IBJJU"^ * ** *••*•**•* «»fc VUD*« £f 1 VCkQCkllb home fn »ast!fl*s last Sunday woe* ttlt 6*4 *K» tnwns tneir three tti«dfeti for the first time in Mn* y**ri. O. 6. Greenwalt and wife and four eniidflSn drete down from Des Moines, Mrs. Cora Oaylord came in frofti Omaha, and A. L. Oreenwalt of Oakland, Calif. And daughter, Rnth, of Indlanola came In from ihdianola. A. L. was returning froin Chicago where he had gone as a delegate from Oakland to the National American Legion contention and stopped off for a Visit in the old home. A big dinner at nooit was a feature of the day and the day was spent in visiting and talking over past times. Some pictures were taken while they were all together. 0. C. and family returned to Des Moines Sunday evening and the others left Monday morning. Miss Carrie Luther spent the week end at her home in Vlllisca. Miss Isabelle Varley of our schools visited over Sunday at her home in Stuart. John Sewing and wife and daughter, Qretcnen, drove down from Mineola Sunday to visit Hastings friends. Mr. and Mrs. A, V. elites and Mr. and Mrs. Reuel Herman were Shenandoah visitors Tuesday evening. C. A. Woods and family and Miss Blanche Woods were Mai- vern visitors Wednesday. WHEN YOU VISIT IVEN PORT Mlrijt^bii.v.iu MOTU. I Sftoth to the ttwrtrty roid ftn- tows Tiftfts \ortV tcTtn'e «>«*• t«fy this Week, they also coii- tfnned tfce grade to the top of the Brafcefton hilt, making it a be surfaced with a crushed rock and oil mixture that will make a good all weather road to the cemetery. A fine piece of work and we hope they continue it to the top of the hill. They go to Malvern from here to grade the road out to the cemetery from there. Mrs. Fred Priest and Miss Carrie Luther autoed to Glenwood Wednesday. W. O. ftesh, George and Crystal autoed to Red Oak Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Woods were Emerson visitors Monday eve* nlng. Mrs. Herman Schurr and mother, Mrs. Redman, were Red Oak visitors Tuesday. Master Byron Judah, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Judah, was taken hack to the Iowa City hos* pital Wednesday for further treatment. Mrs. Floyd Owens and daughter, Ardlth, of Red Oak visited friends In town Friday. Tlllle Mings and Carl and Clarence Cromwell who have been in Hollyvllle, Minn, the past six weeks, returned home Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Woods, Nadene and Qeraldine, and Miss Blanche Woods attended a dance Jn Council Bluffs Saturday evening. A number of young people at- tened a watermelon feed at the home of Miss Kathryn Anderson north of Malvern Monday evening. A nice time was reported. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Morse and daughter, Roberta and Miss Bessie Morse were Shenandoah visitors Sunday. Mrs. Charley Vlner and Mrs. J. J. Starr autoed to Glenwood Friday. Mrs. Roy Viner gave a surprise party for her father, Dick Clark, at the home of her parents Wednesday evening. This was his birthday. His brother, Henry Clark, and sister, Mrs. Cecil Woods, also had birthdays the same day. All present reported an enjoyable evening. Mr, R nd tiff, Raymond Morse were, Emerson . and son, Roy, were Malvern via- itors Wednesday evening, Miss Bessie Morse visited in the home of her sisters, Mrs. Don Flemings, near Strahan Friday. Johnny Naragan and Floyd Warren and Miss Brma Springs of Corning visited Miss Blanche Woods Sunday, Mr. and Mrs, W. N, Maloney, George Allison, and Mary Jean of Council Bluffs were in town Saturday on business. Mrs, C. A. Woods and mother, Mrs. Wm. Clark, autoed to Red Oak Friday, 'onny-Boy Bread Will be used by Miss kooney at The Leader COOKING SCHOOL THIS WEEK, b§* cause Qf its unifom quality, flavor and freshness, jt ^ made in Malvern from the finest materials available and copies to you oveo fresh, Ths Malvfiru Baita»» alaa bakea dslicious nas^ w *-•«"<» ^^W^WP T ^iW IP \1^^M^^V If t Wl^^f' f^WKW^^ff- W * ^*W W^PWar y.* ^(P-- trie* and rolk Thwe are roiited and baked to the clftanftftt, mc^t &&iiitAi^ WAV uosfiible And ^w^ 1111 •WpppWPi^iiPj^ 'JW»WflW -*BiPPPWfW»pf i^^p- jp^-w^ipwii^p »«r *"**^^ yw^l • fipd ! fliftBi §U dtlteiwfc wW-aHiiWpf 4 WWi^^^Ml PPP^^BMW Rgjll f Jlht lihthitift .->j 5* Fin* fane, Jr. jfrgfiftif Ffitire Certify ofProgre**" Vititot Imogene - S. E. Mills As Miss Altee Odisenslagrer of Aurora, Itlttiots eattwd the Firestone Factory and Exhibition Building *t the World'a Fair to ««tires Made, she was suddenly hatted and pronounced the three-millionth visitor to the building. The crowds paused as she WM presented with • set of five tires, just out of the molds. Mr. Harvey 8. Firestone, Jr., who was attending the Fair during Fanners' Week, mad* the presentation. Miss Ethelyn Crawford, stu-f dent at Peru college, apent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Crawford. Mrs. Bert Fickel is suffering from neuritis this week. Miss Mina Christie is assisting her with the house work. Mr. and Mrs. Irene Morgan of Marysville, Mo. and Mary Monroe of Elmo, Mo., and Dr. and Mrs. Silas Clark of Council Bluffs were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Woods Sunday. Will Crawford who has been confined to bed the past week with an attack of illness is able to be up and down town again. Harry Patterson has a position as manager of the Mid-Continent service station at Shenandoah where he will start to work this week, Mrs. Jennie Peterson of Omaha visited her daughter, Mrs, A. H, Crawford,, andaf anally R..F. Crawford and daughter, Thelma, and Harry Patterson were Shenandoah visitors Friday. Mrs, Aaron Crouse, Lorraine and Ralph returned home Saturday after helping care for Mrs, Roy Blackman of Malvern. Elmo and Gladys Hltes, Thelma, Evelyn, and Lillian Crawford and George Resh attended the Earl E. May jubilee at Shenandoah Friday. An invitation dance was helc at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Wll Courtier 8r. Saturday evening. A good crowd attended and at 12 o'clock a nice lunch was served Mrs. Susan Stork and daughter, Dorothy, and Charles Hubbel were Council Bluffs visitors Saturday. R. L, Christie and family visit ed in the Less Dawson home at Rlverton Sunday, Mrs. Cecil Woods and famil! and Miss Blanche Woods visited Saturday in the home of W. S DeMoss in Glenwood. Carl and Clarence Cromwel and Harry Patterson, autoed to Omaha Monday on business. Floyd Owens and daughter, Ar- with, of Red Oak were visitors in town Monday. mogen* Wom*rt f*1**i to Attend Fr*« CetokiA* School Many women from Imogene and vicinity are planning to attend the big Free Cooking School In Malvern Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. It is sponsored by The Malvern Leader and Miss Gladys Looney, pictured above, will conduct It. In addition to the demonstrations in cookery, hundreds of free gifts will be distributed to those attending on each of the three days. HENDERSON A. J. and A. H. Harbor and Jim Simmons bad business in Glenwood Wednesday evening. Mrs. Dave Owens returned home Saturday from a several days visit with her daughter, Dorothy, in Omaha. Charley Rowe of Carson had business here Wednesday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Smith visited in Red Oak Tuesday, The Rebekah lodge enjoyed a social time after the business session Tuesday evening, Bill Brown. Amos smith, and A. H. Harbor served a lunch consisting of two kinds of sandwiches, cake, and coffee. Chad Wilkenson and son, Har* o]d, of Nodaway visited in the Ed Wilkenson home Tuesday. Mrs. C. E. Edmondson and daughter, Maud Darling, and Mrs, Waldo Edmondson visited in Red Oak Tuesday Afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ju<J Ooppock and son, Ru&sei, were Council Bluffs visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Anderson drove in Friday front Nebraska for ft visit with bis parents. Earl Boileau a»4 f&»Uy were visitors in Sfcenandoab, Wsdnes* day, The bridge club was entertain? ed Tuesday evening in the Q. H, AmiQk home. A very pleasant time. was enjoyed and a dainty lunch, was served- LeeUe AUenswprth who in working at Plattewouth op tfce river project spent the week ead <$> Mrs. Mary Edmondson went to Lincoln Thursday where she will spend the winter with her granddaughter, Mrs. Donald Fickel, and family, Mrs. Waldo Edmondson and son, Clyde, took her over. James Houser celebrated his eighty-third birthday last Wednesday. His many friends wish him many more happy birthdays. Jenkins, L. T. Gourley, Merrel Crouse, and Waldo Edmondson returned Sunday from western Nebraska where they spent the past week hunting. Mr, and Mrs, Wm. Cain Jr. of Midland, Mich., visited last week with his parents, Mr, and Mrs, Wm, Cain. Several ladies from here drove to Treynor Thursday for a picnic lunch with Miss Ruse a former teacher here. Mrs, 0. H. Amick was a visitor in Council Bluffs Friday. Mrs. Pear) Harbor and children were visitors in Shenandoah Mrs. Maude Kindlg and daughter, Dorothy, spent the week, end in the Pon, Franks home near Oakland. Mjg, Addle Boileau a»d Mrs. Rose Plumb had business in Mal- Friday. jr» Richards ^ent to» Wednesday to canjuit a doctor regarding a growth on bis eye, 4t tUe LA<Uee' CbrUtian Aid westing Wedaefday a <ju»t marked ler Mre- Qeeiiia •on,, Hex* wesfc U will be the (rajuw and guilUd- alia BiW w«rt , R*4 Qtk Ni*wk,» Oity Tfet VJ. 8. Aid hM tw»lvft m >*wi» to It mjM f •*yw»lUtt»» Dan Hughes of f«*as e*tne Monday to attend the funeral of Ms Sitter, Mrs. Emmett Cahtli. The fnneral *as Jieid at 9 o'eloet Monday morning and Dan *a« nn- abte to attend the fnneral aft he did not arrive until Monday afternoon. find Stldd and t>ee Carpet left Saturday to enlist in the fraty. Louie Woods of Essex tvho has been staying: here with his grandparents has joined the C.C.C. reforestation camp at Bhenandoah. Miss Mae Maher went to Council Bluffs Saturday morning to visit her niece. Mary Catherine McDonald, who is a patient at the Mercy hospital. Miss Louise Gutschenrltter and Miss Pefcpy Barren spent the week end In Shenandoah visiting Mrs. Anna Dennis. Quite a number of people from arotrnd here attended the Hilton cattle sate near Stratum Thursday. Thomas O'Connor was in Conn- Mi Bluffs Saturday. Mrs. T. O. OTonner and nepltew, lames, of Omaha were, visitors here Thursday. _____ we can do anddoitrigh Walter and Leo Doyle returned home Wednesday from Chicago where they attended the Century of Progress exposition. Miss Ruby Hanking spent the week in Coburg visiting her sister, Pauline, and brother, Wayne. The dance given In Imogene Friday night was well attended. Everyone reports a good time. A frost hit this vicinity Saturday night. It was the first frost here this year. George Gllmore, Jr. of Omaha has been visiting the past week in the home of Ed Horrlgan. His sisters, Eileen and Virginia Gilmore, and Miss Jean Hugwood, drove down after him Sunday. George will start to college in Council Bluffs Monday morning. Miss Nellie O'Connor, R. N., formerly of Imogene, who has been nursing at the Richmond hospital In Fremont, Nebr., is visiting her cousin. M«. T. Q. O'Connor, in Omaha. ~ " p eom« rlghf In— > Wm • happy day when the lcle> phone come* back home. 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