The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on October 26, 1933 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 3

Malvern, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 26, 1933
Page 3
Start Free Trial

«ft««oM at th* (Jtdlef Ttffe MALVERft LfeAtm HALVES*, IOWA, oeKMifeft 38. i«§l PAGfe t Mff. E. Hfil, who riseently came California to b% wfth he* ttfi. »rt. , 1st tftdiantrta, tt , hef itettMif, Mrs. Salyers. About tbi«* ttJests were ptesent to en- Jot the aftefftoon. Oatnes »ete « f**tttfe o< the ettefUinftent and Mrs. ¥. ft. Chantry Won the pttte In the word building game. Mrs. Onteler and Mrs. Bushhell tied for the booby prise. Misses lane Fletcher, Phyllis WDson, and Catherine Andetson gave a i&ott musical program and Miss Wilson five a reading, "An Afternoon in * Cen'tlst's Office/' which were greatly enjoyed. Delicious refreshments were Served late in the afternoon. f>*r*nk BtttntnerseB ttest* At DJflfter Mr, and Mrs. Frank Suttinefs entertained a group of friends at their home in the country Saturday evening at a dinner and pi' nochle party. Pinochle Was played following the dinner which was at ?. those present were Mr, and Mrs. ttarley Stevesson, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bobbins, Mr. and Mrs. Glean Summers and their families. Pwu-le Co»td Wed* Carter Bartholomew The marriage of Miss Pearle Gosad, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Cozad, to Carter Bartholomew, formerly ot Tabor, was announced this week. The wedding took place Saturday evening at 9 o'clock at the Methodist parsonage, the Rev. R. B. Gugeler performing the ceremony in the presence ot a smalt group ot relatives and friends. Mr. Bartholomew is a graduate of Tabor high school, class of 1981, and at present is employed with the Malvern Cold Storage company. Mrs. Bartholomew attended Malvern high school. Friends surprised Mrs. Bartholomew with a miscellaneous shower on Thursday evening and on Sunday evening a group of relatives and* friends gavo another •bower for her at her home. Many beautiful and useful gifts were •*l r received by the honoree on both occasions, » lift Wednwsdty itttffiw*. two ttbttt wets arranged to* IT"" ' C. t, Kunce f*€e1ved score and Sf». toot § fttest pftt*. . ttfnt Hff*lt*«rfs we*s irefted at 11* ctoM of the alter- fcjtftfaft- J% j^afjcB A «Ub£&A c %^<Mt ^frMW$ utKnx* UTfoSlS w eTo mrB* i OQl* »f». Kane*, lift. §. i Mrs. L. A. Talbott, Mrs. tt A. Deatdorff, Mrs. 8. 6. Colllfts, Mrs. J. W. fcaet, and Mr«. fads. " Gldley. it. f, Jf, ClUb to Meet frov. i The k T. K. co*ntfy Ctub wilt meet Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 1, with Mrs. H. I. Boston 4» hostess. Mr*. Scott £fit«ft*ltt» toe Mi*. Jrtiroa Mrs. J. R. Scott entertained last Sunday afternoon for Mrs Harry Nlson ot Chicago who was visiting her stater, Mrs. C, § Royce. The guests were at friends of many years and the time passed quickly as one and then another recalled incidents in the years gone by. A two course supper was served before the guests departed. Those enjoying the afternoon were Mrs. Nixon, Mrs. ttoyce, Mrs, H, A. Deardorff, Mrs. L, W. Boehner, Mrs. 0. A, Strahan, Mrs. George Mellor, Mrs. G. S, Eao Mr. *«« ttft. 6. ifitt* tern*«t and Mr*. WttrMe Start* ot GMwood were *«er- ftown vftttof* Sunday In tie G. W. Riinel home. Mr. tat Srt. Earl Mftddoekfr Mid Mr. and Mrt. tttddoets of Slltftt Crtt were «!**«* attests Snnday at the ot Mr. *&6 Mrs. W. H. M*4- IrtHtef tan twen helping wfth tfwstot meetings at Cleaf- «eM. Sunday morning at ift 3§*e1«*t 6. O. Mitcneli, supetlntei^ AIM ol the Bllter City school was tfc* speaket. those who heard hlin were pleased with his me** Frattk Riinel was quite sick tot a short time one morning re- cefitly but has bee* lit his usual health since. ffce trttstor «$#*« to b» home a*d ***•» chatfe «t tire reftftat swvfe* at th* t«tt*l tout. * attendance at f*« ehutch rf thtt we%t. Oct. if. A s*r*ed, IMA luek ftttef wife* t ftt&grttt wfll to gftea ft* «fr«Bte* t* WinnHttee. ttfss *orf« Kerftet who has been tt«k the f**t wee* to able to be up and about tbe house at thtt Writing. frr. and MM. Warden Rtm«l drove up trotft Bedford Sunday morning and i*eM the day with &}• parent*, Mr. ««d Mrs. G. W. Rlmel. Mr. Rimers condition re- matte about t%« ft*tee and he is confined to fctl tttd practically all ot the time. The Ladles' Aid Society is to meet with Mrt. frank Du V«l next Wednesday, Nov. i. Pot luck dinner at the hoOft hour. Ton are invited. Imogene • S. £. Mills Entertains Aid rett, Mrs. A. E. Cook, and the hostess, Mrs. Scott. OAKS mt*\ L. RichardMm to Kensington bome Kensington at her ursday Afternoon were sixteen present. : '§.., CSV* Football Excursions Only $O55 ^1 Round Trip TO Lincoln Burlington , n Pftd'fl Pay) October 89 will be bo»» ored on all trsJns leaving rn tbe da? preceding game; also on certain tbe day or (he gawe, B^urn .PiniW will »idni«bt of tbe Tickets f 994 coaches or ears , , lam Isr Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schilling and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hatfleld and children enjoyed a birthday dinner Sunday in Glenwood honoring Mrs. Carl Powers. Mr. and Mrs. Schilling also visited her grandmother, Mrs. Nims. Mrs. Laura Hall is staying with her mother. L. E. and M. G. Brammeler were Omaha visitors Saturday. Among the Red Oak visitors Saturday were Orlo Ryan and family, Jim Wilkinson and family, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Castor, Ralph Cole and Luther Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Maban entertained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stille of Stiver City, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Carrol ot Oaks, Okla., Mr, and Mrs, L 0, Maban and children of Coun cil Bluffs. , Velma Mahan spent' Thursday Carrol was bavins dental work done. Darlene . Achenbaugh spent Thursday night with a friend north of Wales. Mr. and Mrs, Victor Monday were Sunday dinner guests in the L. B. Brammeler home. They are busking corn south of Emerson, Mrs. Monday will be remembered as the daughter of Henry Crecelius. Roy Martin and Helen, Howard, and Marguerite Dodson were Carson visitors Wednesday evening. Vera Hartley received word Tuesday of tbe death of her aunt near straban, Vera bas tbe sympathy of ber many friends here Mrs. Molly Stewart of Red Oak was a Saturday night visitor in tbe borne of. ber sister, Mrs, Wil Yiaer. Mrs, Stewart is caring for Mrs. 0, 0. Oaks who has been sick, Tbe second meeting of tbe Val ley View I»,T,A. was beld a Bandlland school Friday night Oct. 80, A fine program was en Joyed by patrons and friend after wbicb a lunch was served. to all consisting of sandwiches WWes, coffee, and apples. 1 Henry and Ray Qrepelius spen, Saturday night and Sunday in tbe li, E, Bremmeler borne. Oaki Sunday School Note* «f 43 The Ladies* Aid of the Methodist church met With Mrs. 3. & iinnick Thursday afternoon, Oct. a. fhe afternoon was spent in ileclag a quilt. Guests were Mrs. ohn Otis, Mrs. Joe; Mcdargill, Mrs. C. J. Addy, Mrs. M. Lewis, and Mrs, C. H. West. Mrs. Mia* nick served a delicious two course unch assisted by her daughter, Mrs. J. R, Cope, Scarlet Fevef Epidemic Public Schools Miss Louise Outschenrltter spent several days the past week with Miss Madeline Martin In Emerson. • Mrs. Tom Ryan has been very sick the past week but is better at this writing. Miss Anna Delebant spent Tuesday in Omaba looking after business. Miss Agnes Doyle ot Shenandoah bas been visiting the. past week with the Misses Gertrude and Margie Regan. Miss Doyle plans on going to Chicago soon .0 visit her sister, Dorothy, who has employment there. Leo Hlgglns and Willie Meyers came from Baston, Kan. last Sunday evening. Leo will pick corn tor Andrew Delehant and Willie will go near Coin to pick for Art Qllmore. Mrs. Kate Higglns and grand* son; Frank Qutschenritter, spent Friday of last week with the latter's parents, Mr, and Mrs. L. B. Outschenritter, Miss Mae Maher who under* ST R A H A N 'oufth grades ate enjoying *»**hit potato wReltit, tfftffowVtitt leeoratfont, and Hallowe'en and MM. J. Potstoti Monday Night Imogene has an epidemic ol scarlet fever Which has caused the public schools to be closed there are several new cases, the home of Gird* Addy was placed under quarantine the last few days, While another of the Jones children was reported sick last week, the Jones home was among the ones quarantined the previous week. WESLEY CHAPEL Mrs. J. C. Peteton who has been so critically »1 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wmie Bolton, passed away Monday night about 10 o'clock. Funeral serrlcea wef* tteld Wednesday afternoon th the church at Strahan at 1 o'clock, conducted by Ret. Peter Jacob* ot Shenandoah, a former pastor. Further particulars next Week. Entertained tor Mofttafta Relathret Honoring her husband's sister, Mrs. Eunice Attelt ot Boseman, Mont., Mrs. 8. 8. Summers entertained a number of friends last Thursday afternoon, the afternoon was spent socially with music, conversation, and in looking at a number ot drawings by Felix Summers which all seemed to en- Joy to the fullest. Mrs. Summers served refreshments of fruit cup with whipped cream, cake anc coffee, and was assisted in serving by her sister, Mrs. C. F. Davis. Some ot the guests were olc friends of Mrs. Axtell, some were neighbors, but alt enjoyed meet Ing there together, those ladles attending were Mrs. Zeno Bess Mrs. Chas. Olpe. Mrs. Morris Woodflll, Mrs. Ben Coxen, Mrs. John Cunningham, Mrs. Frank Steele, Mrs. C. F. Davis, Mrs. Eunice Axtell and daughter, Ruth, Mrs. Villa Benton, and the hostess, Mrs. Summers. 0f the Stf ahan Cofliolidatcel School $* &*** M>»te»»* The bow* economics gtrla were very busy l*st wee* decorating and preparing the todd tor the school master*' dinner. There were sixteen school masters present including the host. A girls' trio, Norma Shaul. Marjotte Laughllfi, and Lorraine Olsen sang two numbers. High School Newt W* received our report cards last Wednesday for the first sit weeks ot this term. The sophomores have been proving propofittions In geometry The Juniors are writing five hundred word themes on Longfellow In American LHeraure. The mi ted chorus sang at the church Sunday. Their selection was "Jesus Lover ot My Soul." Josephine Dye, reporter. Natal men term th* drfnktnt 'ountain aboard ship the "Scuttlebutt." Ladles' Aid met with Mrs. Claude Wilson last Wednesday. About 16 members were present, the next meeting will be Not. 1 at the home of Mrs. Clinton Parker. Mrs. Bert Picket is able to be up and around some after her recent illness. the Mills county corn husking contest will be held on the Claude Wilson farm today (thursday) at 10 o'clock, the Wesley Ladies' Aid will serve lunch. Lawrence Fickel was released from quarantine Friday and will return to school next week. Another case ot scarlet fever la reported in the neighborhood. Joan Btonebreaker was taken ill Thursday. Joan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Stonebreaker and a beginner in the Henderson school. The latest Tenet very sick. to leave tbe hospital this week. Francis Gullford suffered a severe hemorrhage Friday evening but be is getting along very nicely at present. Tex Alsbouse and family of Hatfleld, Mo. came Saturday evening and are shucking corn for Qeo, Qutachenrltter. Misses Bon and Evelyn Ryan of Council Bluffs spent last Sunday with their mother, Mrs, Allie Ryan. Both girls have been taking nurses' training at tbe Mercy hospital. Miss Bon finished and received ber diploma, Miss Evelyn is in her senior year, Rev, Francis Doyle -went to Council Bluffs and Omaha tbe fore part of last week to visit hospital patients and look after business, Maurice Klein, a.former resident of here but sow; of Lone Tree, came recently and is picking corn for Mrs, Carrie Head with whom be made bis bome when a small boy, Mrs. L. 1- Gutachenitter and sons, George, Vincent, and aid, attended church at 8t, in Red Oak last Sunday spent tbe day with ber mother, Other Imogene folks who attend ed church there Sunday were Mr- and Mrs. A. J, MeQlunis and fern* . &U»dsy apjiaol Sunday, Rey, A. was witb us and sebool, &Q»e, cbureb, «a4 I No, i's at $1.40 per bu, and up, lly, Mr, aud Mrs. John Maloy and family, and Mrs. Scott Mterburn. There wiU be only one Mass »t St. Patricks church bjre, ne»t and tb»t will be at 8;8fl a. m. Mrs. Q, H, West of kos leg, Can?, is visiting ber Mrs* Cbarley Abbott Fred Wima Pf Hi, is vlBltJug bis mother, Mrs- Rose Wlwaa, Mies Peaey MoaarsiU spen.t last week vkitlug ia tbe c. W. Slater Mary St. Pl«8 B- V. M, «ua died Frid«)-, Oct. 13, ft! e»r»ei lo Pu &e«f of aeyeift} be and daughtefV Julia Ann,"Miss Marie Kelly and friend were supper guests in tbe Paul Parker home Thursday. % Joe Robbins left Saturday for Shelton, Nebr, to hunt pheasants with bis uncle, Harold Lee, Redemption Notice To L. G, Latbrop and unknown owners; .TAKE NOTICE! That on the 1st day of December, 1930, at the Regular Tax Sale begun and held on the First Monday in December, 1930, in and tor Mills County, Iowa, tbe Treasurer of said County sold to A, D. French the following described real estate, Lot No, 10 in Block No. 29 In the 'town of Malvern, Iowa, for all Of tbe delinquent taxes then due and unpaid thereon. And tbatjhe right of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made unless redemption be made within ninety days from tbe completed service hereof, A. D. French By H, A, French, Agt. Holder and Owner of said Certificate. 15-: Redemption Notice To Charles Stldd and unknown owners; TAKE NOTICE; Tbat on tbe 2nd day ot December, 1989, at - T 8X Sale begun and First Monday In De- Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Kayton au- toed to Carson Sunday for a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carley. They In company with Mr. and Mrs. Carley attended an all day meeting of the conference with a basket dinner at noon at tbe Lone Star school house near Macedonia and where they met and visited with a number ot old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Laughlin and children were dinner guests last Sunday at the home of their brother, Dale Laughlln. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steele and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allensworth and Kenneth attended tbe walkathon at Shenandoah Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. G, Wederqvist and baby, Florence Doris, returned home Friday from a trip to Frederick, Okla, and Warsaw, Mo. They have too acres ot fine .cotton.tbat;was being Picked for *V^(l(*2>SAM*tfc^*? P ''«fc«««l Wtifck. tetal*!^ •taii qua out'the finest J they have ever raised, Tbey came bome through Arkansas and spent several days with relatives near Warsaw, Mo. '\ Mrs. Emma Moore is at the home of Mrs. Will Wolfe to assist Mrs, Wolfe with the work for awhile. Mr, Wolfe is very low, with no chance for recovery, He seems to be getting weaker every day. Mrs, Emma Moore and three children attended a family reunion of the Moore family at Farragut last Sunday. Then on Monday Mrs. Chas. Lynn and three children and Miss Billy Buckingham, all of northern Missouri, Mrs. Bertha Dentz and son of Marshall, Mo., Mrs. John Moore and son, Donald, of Farragut, Mrs, Ida Hlrschroan of Omaha were dinner guests at the Tiome of Mrs, Emma Moore. Mrs, J, w. Mayfield who has been at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Irvin, helping in the care of her father returned to her home at Tabor last Bus- day and Mrs. Ida Hlrschmen of Omaha takes ber place here at home this week, Mr, and Mrs. Adam Oipe and Mrs, Fannie Oerhlng are staying this week at the bome of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Woodflll, Mrs, Qipe continues to be very GtrU Win, Boya Lo.e Games with Silver City The boys and girls from Silver City came to Strahan last Friday to play klUenbalt with Btrahan's boys and girls. The girls' game ended: Strahan 10, Silver City 6. Shook, T, Cunningham, M. Wilson, and Bass played on the team for the first time this year. The batteries for Strahan were M. Judah and Moore. The boyn" game ended: Btra- han 4, Silver City 27. Dattrles for Strahan were Watts, Dlnvlllo, and Lovell. Silver City ran up a lead of 14 scores in the first Inning making Strahan's boys feel discouraged. We will do better when we return the game next Friday, We are planning on starting basketball practice next week. Edward Piburn, reporter. Wheat Allotment Committee Meet* Milts County Wheat Allotment committee met Tuesday, Oct. 10, to approve and check application for contract ot Mills county Wheat producers. Mitts county has 81 signers. A list of these men and their acre" a|e and production tor 1930-32 inclusive was published last Week in The Malvern Leader and Ths Olenwood Opinion - Tribune because these two papers gave prac- • tieal coverage ot Mills county. Complaints or correction of these acreages should be made to e county allotment committee once. Contracts will be prepared «t once and meeting will be scheduled In each community for applicant to sign contracts. Renters who have signed contracts should make an effort to have their land lord present at the contract signing meeting, tt is necessary for the landlord to sign in the presence of one member of the community committee. landlords who are absent and who have an agent to take care of their farm must give this agent power of attorney to sign these contracts. The copy of this power of attorney will be included with the application and contract that is sent to Washington, Notices ot time and place ot these contract meetings will be sent to each applicant. Grade School New* Rows one and three ot the third and fourth grade room all have* "Smtleys" on their health inspection chart, this goes to show that boya and girls who have good health also have smiling faces. Jerald Cunningham made 100 per cent on his Fridays spelling test, the rest of the pupils are working very bard now so that more can make their pumpkins &B|d 1»?9, Jo for M»ls laws, tbe Treasurer of County go)4 te> A. P. French described real es- No. $f| In tbe town ot Emerson, Iswa, far 8lJ :of the 4elln- ts*e9 tben due and unpaid AB4 ti»t tb« right e t redemn- and suffers almost constantly with very severe pains Jn, her head and no amount of medicine seenw to be able to renjove U, Mr. and Mrs. Chaa, Kayton took Mr, and Mrs. gayes to Omaha last Saturday and brought little parrel Bayea homo from tbe hospital. Be te getting along Just fine and this will be the last treatment there until he is twenty-two months aid. Mr- a»d Mrs. Newell a»d son, Frederic, were dinner guests last Sunday at tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kaytoo Mr. and Mrs. Walter and children, Mr, and Mrs. Rolton and family, were dinner guests at tbe home of Mr, and Mrs. Claire were glad to have Mrs, McOolles- ter visit their room Thursday afternoon. Fourth grade people miss Donald Williams since be moved. Glovanna Cunningham, reporter. the members of the third and Fora . . . . LIMITED TIME You can use our Electric Waxer FREE with every pound of wax (or as much as you need to wax your floor) you buy of ut. ALSO we will call and get your window sash — set your glass —and deliver for, price .of : S. Clem West Side Drug* NEW ECONOMY FOR FORD OWNERS Exchange Your Engine Cylinder Assembly For A Re- Built Factory Unit Here's one of the greatest economy plans ever offered the motorists of this country, A sure way to save money and get many thousands of extra and satisfactory . miles from your Ford car, Sim» pie «— easy «=» quick, Drive in your old Ford.Four or Ford wel exchange your old ENGINE . for a completely re .built V.8 and factory unit, Makes no difference how old your car or how far you've gone, the price »a the same, No long wait, We have the motors in stock, All o.f these exchange assembUes have been reconditioned at the Ford plant m Dearborn, A REAL VALUE AT THESE PRICES FORD FOUR $3750 FORD V4 $40 HERE'S WHAT YOU GET (N FORD REBUILT ENGINES

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free