The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on October 19, 1933 · Page 6
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 6

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1933
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PAGE SIX fftfe MALVfeftS LfeAtm MALVEft* HENDERSON News of Metidef*otl Consolidated School Pupils Take the Dick Test Owinp to the r^rr-nt scarlet fever scare, the local schools are »i \ Mr. and Mrs. Ram Pendergraft j were visitors in Shenandoah Sat- East Libert T visited her cliilrli-pn nr Tnrklo. Mo. from Friday until Sunday. I,. T. Ooiirley visited his mother at Vllllsca Sunday. past w^k to d,t,rmlne the «•..-. reptihllitv of thp pupil' to scarlet M tnri1 hr ' r , e Sunday afternoon. fever. One hundmd w^nty took j M«. Addle oil™., and Mrs. tho IP* and of these 97 or more Harold Campbell and Willie Cain than half proved to he susceptible visitor* In Shenandoah Batto thf> disease so this week they | urday. ar<> b»ing piven tlie immunization treatment by Or. C. H. DeWItt of Macpdonia and we very likely will have no more cases of the fever. Pupil* Average Better This Year Than Last The first MX weeks of the school year have just closed and the tests eiven show a very pratl- inn* condition. These tests show that they have accomplished as much in six weeks this year as they did in the first seven weeks last year. It also shows that the grades are averaging about one letter better in their tests than they did last year. This Is a remarkably fine showing for the first of the year and pupils and teachers both should be proud of the record. Geo. Wyman of Grlswold had busine?.* in town Tuesday. Mrs. Masple Jane Thomas of Wales visited Tuesday in the Robt. McMullen home. Henry Corey returned Friday to his home with Ed Wilkinson after a few days visit in the country. Several from here attended the at Shenandoah this walkathon week. Mrs. Wm. Cain and two grandchildren, Billie and Ann Campbell, accompanied her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cain, Jr., to their home at Midland, Mich, for a two weeks visit. Mrs. Rose Triplett and children and Mrs. Orlo Harris and daughter, Estellne, were rial tors in Shenandoah Saturday. Mrs. Elvyn Galloway, Miss Morgan, and Miss Converse were visitors in Shenandoah Saturday. Scott Sheehan and family are moving this week into the Grant Hockenberry property recently vacated by Carrie Llndsey. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Higgle have opened their cafe. Their new building is up to date In every way. Paul Rainbow who Is attending school at Indlanola spent the! of hnr sister, Mrs. Chas. Ham- week end here with his parents, mond, in the hospital in Haxtun, A Junior League has been or- panlzed at the M. K. church under HIP direction of Mrs. K. E. Nesbit. Jud Coppock and family enjoyed a visit Sunday from their daughter. Ilia, and husband of near Morton Mills. Elton Clayton and family visited their son, Boyd, at Woodward Saturday. He la in a hospital there for treatment. of Council Uluffs visited his grandmother nnd other relatives here the last of the week. Morris Harbor entertained at dinner Sunday In honor of his eleventh birthday, Joe and Maud Darling Edmondson, Robert Wight, and Billie Harbor. Helen Carter nnd friend of Council Bluffs visited relatives and friends here Sunday. At the Christian Ladies' Aid meeting Wednesday a quilt was marked for Mrs. Judge Wheeler of Council Bluffs to be quilted Inter. A lunch of mashed potatoes, creamed chicken, bread and butter sandwiches, nnd coffee was served by Mrs. Elvyn Galloway and Mrs. Georgia Wllkenson. T. D. Phillips and grandchildren, Bllllo and Eleanor Phillips, and Arlene Harbor were Omaha visitors Sunday evening. They took Gayle Phillips back to her school after spending the week end here. Carl Stemple and family have moved from Macedonia to Oakland where he will have charge of an Implement store. A public library has been opened In Macedonia in the town hall. Paul Rainbow sang a solo at the M. E. services Sunday evening. EAST LIBERTY The pastor would like for yon to follow the Scripture readings in the Sun-day school quarterly. They connect the lessons and are | hclpfnl. The next Church Night supper and program will I>P at the church the evening of Oct. 27. Kvpvyone is to brine a covered dish and sandwiches. Them will he a Rood program. The pastor is at Clearfield helping in a revival meetine. He asks an Interest in your prayers. Come to church next Sunday at 10 o'clock. Prof. C. D. Mitchell, superintendent of the school at Silver City, will give the address. His message will be worth while and you should hear him. Church school at 11 with a good lesson on "Our Missionary Obligation." This church desires to be a spiritual home for all who will come. You can help the church; It will help you If you let it. Dr. Warden Rlmel was up from Bedford one day last week and he and his uncle, Frank Rlmel, made a business trip to Omaha. The doctor attended a medical meeting the same evening held at the Glenwood Institution. Mrs. Frank DuVal was on the sick list a few days last week but! is much Improved at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Cnag. Florence. Buddy, and Dorothy were In Shenandoah Saturday and attended the closing day of the big Jubilee at the Henry Field radio station. There were no services at the church Sunday on account of the rain that morning and contfnned threatening weather. We hope next Sunday will be more favorable. Miss Edna Lutz took her sister. Ruth, to Council Bluffs Saturday to consult her doctor there. She seems to be recovering nicely from her recent operation and is able to be up and around. This community was well represented at the Cooking School held in Malvern last week. We believe our ladies claimed their share of prizes given by the merchants and each lady enjoyed the work of Miss Looney. Mr. RIckabaiiRh of Silver City has been In charge of the erection of the new barn for Will Lntz which with considerable help from neighbors was completed this week. Harry Lyons drove in from near Laurel, Nebr. last week and made a brief vl«lt Wednesday at the Mrs. Laura Kerney home. He was accompanied here by his uncle, Marian Kerney, of Malvern who had spent a month with Nebraska relatives. Buy now! Buy from stores dia- playing the Blue Eagle. EMERSON Mrs. Charles Hammond Dies in Haxtun, Colo. Mrs. P. E. Crawmer received the sad news telling of the death Doris Brown returned home Colo, last Thursday, Oct. 12. Mrs. this week from a visit with her j Hammond had entered the lios- sister in Missouri. Mrs. Ruth Nelson accompanied her home for a visit with her parents. Mrs. Marie Jones and son, Delmar, of Council Bluffs spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Perkins. Several of the ladles here attended the Cooking Malvern last week. School at pital and submitted to an operation more than nine weeks previous. Some time later there was another operation and surgeons said that a third one would probably be necessary. All that medical skill could do was of no avail and she passed away peacefully. Relatives have the sympathy of friends at this time. YOU SHOULD Have WATCHED how Armour's Star Pure Lard was used in making pastry and hot breads at The Leader Cooking; School last week, USE Armour's Star Pure Lard in your favorite re» cipes for baking and deep-fat frying and taste the delicious flavor it gives, ARMOUR'S STAR PURE LARD gP^—-!»••»• «_ ijaTfc*K Armour'* Sur Pure Urtl—uullk« ueutr«l» flttvorwi *Uwrtuttiuti»«—«Uwtt)» UUJMMPU « tlo- 'ppSMlilpw^™ **Mp * WNs WW jjp ^WPw tiPp^Wr sps*W ipj^Sp wMIIMMMFip * Prove tUU (or yowwll, iuour'»Slttfl»u» iMHUid jHtU*i ilm ilwi hi nd y Artuaur «iul Branch Missionary Meeting, Emerson, Oct. 27 The branch meeting of the Women's Foreign Missionary Societies of the Methodist churches of Mills and Fremont counties will be held In Emerson Friday, Oct. 27. See next week's paper for more complete announcements. Grandson Dies in California The Carr and Short families received a message Wednesday telling of the death of Mrs. Carr's grandson, James Flockhart, In San Francisco, Calif. The little lad was found dead In bed that morning. He had not complained of any illness. James will be remembered here a» be and his brother, Joe, spent a summer here a few years ago with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Short. This makes three times in the past two weeks that death has entered the Short family. Mr. short lost his mother, his nephew nd his aunt, Mrs. Fannie Crof- on. The Carrs and Shorts have he sympathy of their Emerson rlends. Mrs. Martha F. Crofton Passed Away on Oct. 12 Martha Frances Crofton, daughter of Gabriel and Sarah Short, was born March B, 1862 on her father's farm In Henderson county, 111., and departed this life nt her home In Emerson, Oct. 12. 1933 at the age of eighty-one years, seven months, and seven days. Miss Matjorfft faylOT of St. Charles *wd net anni of I*M Moliies came 8«t*rdat to thrtt the former's jwkreBtB. M*. ana Mr». John Tayiot. Marjffrte teaches in the school at St. Charles. Mr. and Mr*. Johnnie Hawaii and little son and sister, Vlrfrlnia, of Erfcson, Nebr. came Satarday morning to visit his^ father. M. C. Hascall, and family. Those going to BiftpRvtlle, III. to attend the funeral of Mrs. Fannie Crofton Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crofton. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Barns, and Mr». Henry Sehick of Emerson, and Mrs. W. E. Kennedy of SionX City. R. W. Mansfield of Malvern drove the hearse through to Biggsville. Tommy fionglas returned Monday evening from Kansas where he spent a few days with relatives. H. C. Knight is attending the l.O.O.F. convention In Council Bluffs this week. WESLEY CHAPEL Men Sawed Wood tot the Church The men of the Wesley Chapel neighborhood, to the number of nine, met in the Roy Bobbins timber down on the river last Friday and cut and sawed and hauled up a nice pile of wood for the church. The wood was donated by Mr. Robblns and the men donated the labor and hauling and they put up a nice lot of it to start the winter with. Re*, tftd SitrB. C. &. and dattirntet 1 vftfted tt*t Ed turiftnvn, and rtsters Wat before moving to tftetr new location at Cedar malts, Nebr.. attorrf forty in ties from Ot&an*. Max Stofiebraker left Saturday with Or!o Harris and »OT», Dale and Dw»yne>, for a few days visit at the World's Fair in Chicago. Mrs. Bertha Rnmsey of Council Blnffs t* Ttoltlng her daughter. Mrs. Glen Sowers, and faintly. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Parker and sons. Dwlght and Darel. went to Tabor Friday evening and spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. 8. Winslow. and sister, Velma. Wesley-Henderson M. E. Churches K. fc. Nr*bHt, PAfttof Snnday school at 10. Worship service at II. Henderson Sunday school at 10. Epworth League at 6:30. Junior League at 6:30. Worship service at 7:30. Choir rehearsal Thursday nlng. Our first quarterly conference will be held in the Henderson church on Sunday, Oct. 22, al 2:30 p. in. All members are urged to be present. Reports are to be given by trustees, also by membership, finance, and auditing committees. Forms for these reports will be handed to some member of each of these commit* tees. A ftMtf «at fceM ftt tne Westey CTbtWsf «**day BclKJot on Oct. 2fr. Store «<*• tall* later, f fce Rally at Ktefldef- eott wfri be either Oct. 29 of Nov. B. Last Friday afternoon the men 6f tfce Wesley clrarcn had a woed catting bee and secared a lot of etrtendid wood, the men are to be eothinended tot donating their time daring this busy season, awreetattoft is dtte also to those who nsed teams, cars and trucks for hauling the wood; for the use of tractor and saw and to the donor of the wood. the pastor and his family feel especially indebted to the church for the wood. A generous truck: load was unloaded at the parsonage. We are also grateful to George Wilson for a wagon load previously given, and to the many neighbors who assisted in unloading our household goods. In every way we have been most cor* dlally received as a new family In your midst. We thank you all and shall try to serve you in the same spirit by which we have been received. K. IS. Nesbitt. DRS. KLINE & KLINE Of. D. M. Kiln* Dr. J, A. Kiln* O«t«opathle Phytlelimt Office hourt: 1 to 5 p. m. and t to • p. m. 6n Stturdiv. Other Hour* by Appointment Office over lew* state stvlne* Bank X-R«y Dl«ono«1» Phenen Office 132. Home 12« Leader Want Ads pay and pay. Born — to Mr. and Mrs. Vennard Larson Thursday, Oct. 12, a ittle son. We extend congratula- ions. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Vestal and -Irs. Ora Douglas visited Ora Douglas In the Emmanuel hospl- al in Omaha Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Cheney and daughters, Eleanor and Kathleen, eft Thursday for Chicago, 111. to She was the youngest of eight children all of whom have preceded her in death. She grew to womanhood on her father's farm. On July 23, 1884 she was united in marriage with John F. Crofton. To this union was born one son, Richard. Mr, Crofton passed away, June 2i; Y i893rWlfti tiwi exception ot two years Richard spent in the World war the mother and son have been permitted to enjoy life together. Relatives from a distance attending the funeral services held Saturday afternoon at the home conducted by Rev, L. E. Rlpley, were: Mrs. C. A. Miller, Council" Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. Thurl Blocktou, Council Bluffs; Mrs. W. j E. Kennedy, Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Short, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Short, Malvern. The body was taken to Blggs- ville, 111. Sunday for burial. Twenty Attend . Holiday Meeting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Flckel and grandson, Jack, Mrs. June Flck- el, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lisle, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Robblns and Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Parker and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Stonebraker and children, and Claude Wilson were among the Wesley Chapel folks who attended the jubilee and Holiday meet* ing at Shenandoah Saturday. Rally Day is Next Sunday Wesley Chapel will observe Rally Day next Sunday, Oct. 22, Bach class will have one or two number* which will form the pro* .,. the Sunday school hour 1 o o'clock. Everyone la urged to attend. Bryan Walkers, on the Harvey Lisle farm, are quarantined for scarlet fever. One of the children has the disease but very light and doesn't seem to be sick. Dead Animals Ramsay Rendering Shenandoah Phone the Century of Progress. Cheney's father, George isk Mrs. iuter, who spent the summer lere, accompanied them, to Joliet, 111. where he will spend the winter with his son and a daughter in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Butcher and son, Nathan, left Wednesday for Seward, Nebr. to visit relatives. Her mother, Mrs. Walter Clltes, who spent the past ten days there with her parents, accompanied them home Sunday, H. D. Lute of Paxton, Nebr. stopped in town over night Thursday. He was a former neighbor and friend of H. C. Hicks out in Nebraska and stopped for a visit with him. He had been to Chicago with a shipment of cattle and was driving home a new car. Miss Jeannette Carson visited friends in Council Bluffs over the week end. Miss Ruth Cheney who is a stu Teachers Attend District Convention School was dismissed Wednesday night until Monday on account of the teachers' convention held In Council Bluffs Thursday and Friday. Those going from here were Supt. and Mrs. B. H, Paxson, Misses Mary Arneel. Grace Dixon, Jeannette Carson, Helen Gilbert, and Jeanette Stewart, and Clyde B. Ridenour and Frank J. Shaw! dent in the University of Nebras- 1 Mr. and Mrs. spent the week end at home, Mrs. Susan Burton and daugh^ Frank and John Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Roy THtsworth of Broadview, Mont, came Saturday night to visit their respective parents. They left their Montana homes Thursday morning driving through. They made good time. They say that it Is pretty dry }n their section. Mrs. Kay Henry and son, Kenneth, of Plattsmouth, Nebr. came Saturday to visit a few days with, her mother, Mrs. Emily Burton. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Knight and daughter, Helen, spent the week end with relatives at Grant City, Mo. rl Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Morrt- BOU were Omaha, visitors Satur- You Have Seen MISS GLADYS LOONEY use K C Baking Powder in the MALVERN LEADER Cooking School* She explained fo high quality nod the economy in using K C in your Owing to to great leavening ftrengtb • smaller amount of K C » used per recipe than o! high priced brand* Use the DOUBLE-TESTED! DOUBLE-ACTION were in Glenwood er, Nellie, Monday. A shower was given Saturday evening for the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vanuuubdale. Mr. and Mrs, J. JU. Evans and sous, Donald and HussoU, returned home Sunday from Chicago where they attended the !<mtury ot Progress. They motored there. Mr. und Mrs. D, O. Coppage left Thursday by train for ChK ago to attend the Century of 'regress E*uo#ltlou. Mr, and Mm. J, A. Thorson and «ou, Jnok, left Thursday for itctttio to visit relatives aud at- twud tU« Century of Programs Ki- UQ*lUon. They motorsd tltromiu. Mr*. U. El. lUl>l»y ttttd Uiktt lug Ht'Uimi tu MnWorw TUmf*4»jr. MU* wiuuUred H&tft*M if &Wfc wHb kMU 1 BtttftlUjift fti^t &Q& Mrs, 0. W. HftkJL«4t». Tb» inUM HHftlft feitf iMMfrfc ttuftjhtyi U ft t«sid»Mr te tfet J* Kdnar Juitu ami ^W^jpt^* WW^W 'WfW day. Mr. and Mrs- MUp Scbicfc ol Malvern spent Sunday ta &e home of bU pAr»»U, Mr. »ad Mri. Henry Schlck. Mrs. V. I* K»W>M» ft»4 4»U|h. tern of Ottuwwa spent Fr}4»y Uere with, frleads. Mr. ana Mrs, George Qordy and family of Bloamneld came g»tvtr* day ulgut to visit a lew day* with her Wkotber, ¥r»* Qwrte MdAlBj Mr. to Mr*. d, waul tp, sinter, KdUU, who lowu aute jeiMf*< Ptt* J»* »tuueut *t Wr^f Vw\H^iBMp 25 Ounces for 25e ^H^^BP ^BBUPMMPP^UWBr ^^^ ^I^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^r-^^^^^^ ^V ^M^ ^1^ 42 Years Ago tftft III Ul HIM IU. JttUatt. 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