The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on November 2, 1933 · Page 8
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.AGEfelGMf ftft MALVEfcK LfeAl £dtej|^tJK £b^K|y£W£^^ttJ]j^fe •&, A frpritfr'f I - VSfWm FJ0VEMBHI ^ iSaS S T R A H A N Udi*»' Union Met in Randolph A ntisbef ot ineiftBefs of t Ladies' Union autoed to the fcofte ef Mm W. W. Molsberry at Ran- doli* on last thursday and t*ef e enjoyed * trot toe* dtoftef tegeth- «i at feooti. After the dlftfter tie afternoon was spent in fisttlng. fB6se ladle* attending were: Mrs. Fred Newell, Mrs. Frank Steele, Mfs. Harry McColHstet, Mrs. Frank Crousft, Mr*. John Cun- •ntnghatn, Mrs. Ben Ce«n and son, John Billy, MM. Will Bradlet* Miss Ines Bradley, Mrs. Sadie Warfleld. Mrs. Mona PeWltt and daughter, Carol, Mr*. Marty Conrad. Mrs. Alva Lotell, Mrs. Jesse Wilson, Mrs. Ed Pollltt, Mfs. Walter Angus, Mfs. Henry Nltns, and Mrs. Win. Hafrtman and baby. MM. Johtt C. Potatoti The funeral service for Mrs. John C. Polston who died at the hoine of her daughter, Mrs. William Bolton. living east of Strahan, was held In the Methodist church at Strahan Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock, conducted by Rer. Peter Jacobs of the Congregational church of Shenandoah, assisted by the local pastor, Rev. John A. E. Cunningham. Hannah Ellen Davis, daughter of Abner and Elizabeth Davis, was born in Mercer county, Mo., April 10, 1861. She died Monday, Oct. 23, having passed her seventy-second birthday last April. For about thirty years she has made her home in this vicinity. July 3, 1886 she was united in marriage to John Crittenton Polston. Seven children were born to them; two, James Andrew and John Marvel Polston, preceding her in death. She is survived by her husband and four daughters, Mrs. Dan Bryan, Hastings, Mrs. Earl Hopple, New Castle, Wyo., Mrs. William Bolton, Hastings, Mrs. Richard Fisher, Glen- w»od, and one son, Archie Polston, Omaha. Eighteen grandchildren and one great grandchild mourn with them. Pour sisters, Mrs, Clara Fenton, Oskaloosa, Mrs, Anna White; Mercer, Mo., Nancy and Clementine Davis, University Park; four brothers, Dan Davis, Nodaway, John Davis, Linerllle, Edward Davis, University park, George Davis, Malvern, survive her. Mrs. Polaton came to LinevIHe when a girl. There she united with the Methodist church. ; The pall bearers -were Elmer Collier, Roy Collier, Everett Retherford, Adris Hartley, Eldon Davis, Earl Conrad. The quartet of the Strahan church. Chas. Oipe, Mrs. Frank Johnson, Mrs. Frank Steele, and Perry Bayes, with Mrs, Chas. Oipe at the piano, sang three hymns. Interment was in the Imogene cemetery, Mrs. Polaton has been a sufferer for some time. She has been very patient through it all, She was very devoted to her family. Leader Want Ads pay and pay. fOWANA * Red 0«k ** Where It Sounds the Best "VAS YOU DEBB SHARUB" JACK PEARL Jimmy DURANTE M in EET the BARON coroing MAE WEST iu News of the Sti-ahafi Consolidated School High ScWl News The bookkeeping class started work on their first set ot boots Thursday. We hope that there are tew mistakes made in them. Many of the home economics class hate their first contracts finished, the garments all look very neat. The junior class had a Hallow- e'en party at the school house Friday evening. Bach member of the class invited someone which made a larger group, there were many original costnmes present. The prise for the best costumes went to Rowena Bufflngton and William Bradley. Refreshments were served and an enjoyable evening was spent by all who attended. Fortune teller to Nellie Mae: 'The stars I see tonight tell me that you fell from a car Friday afternoon." Nellie Mae: "The stars 1 saw at the time told me the same thing." Olovanna Cunningham, reporter. "I'm No Angel" Sports Strahan played their final games of klttenball last Friday at Sliver City. The girls' game re* suited In a score ot: Strahan 19, Silver City 3. The score of the joys' game was Silver City 10, Strahan 2. Edward Plburn, reporter. Home elimination declamatory contest has been set tentatively for Nov. 16 and 17 In the afternoon. The thirty-six contestants are divided among each of the four high school teachers who are busy getting eady. their contestants Grade School News The seventh grade is smaller by one pupil since Doris Williams moved to Hastings. We are sorry to lose Doris. The eighth grade, on the other hand, is larger. It las a new member, Carroll Todd. We are glad to hare Carroll with us. The entire room has been working on Hallowe'en posters and there Is an array ot goblins, witches, and other frightening apparitions on the walls and windows. The room is planning a brief .Hallowe'en party Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 31. During the past week there hare been three visitors: Mrs. McCollister, Lorraine Pollltt, and Bonnie Holden, Marzle Wllkerson from the fifth grade has moved to Kansas City. Sffftttttt MettiwJftt Crrttf-eh ^•••iMl^MHWMMHb We are to Irate ett refftttr services next Sunday. Let «* fm- prote the fall season aitd get as much from our church as possfole before the winter time ebttes. the pastor* of the Wesley-He*- dersdfi, Ettersort, atfd Strata* chatehe* tnef at the par»<mat6 at Wesley last week and ptt*Sed.a course of studies in Snirday school administration atd teaching for the schools of these churches. The first meeting of the class Will be this tthnrgday) night at the church te Hastings, ft is hoped that several wilt take advantage of this help. J. A. E. Cunningham, pastor. Mr. and Mfs. Herbert Johnson entertained at cards last Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bayes, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Pet- tlgrew, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. We- derqvlst, and Mr. and Mrs. Butts. Mrs. Johnson served refreshments of ginger bread with whipped cream and coffee. the Ladles' Union wilt meet at the church Wednesday, Not. 8, with Mrs. Perry Bayes and Mrs. Thelma Reed as serving committee. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bradley entertained at a family dinner last Sunday. Their guests were Arthur and lues Bradley, Mrs. Sadie Warfield, Mrs. Mona Pewltt and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Darland and family of near Hastings, Mrs. Horace Eacrett, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lemonds and Mar- lln and Leon. This has been the first time for a number of years that so many of the brothers and Mr. a*« Mrt. A*Tta Rows Sttests lilt Btrfidaf ot Mf. Mrs. Wfftft bye. Matttti a*d who ai-e attending the Uftttersfty of Nebraska at Mficorn wet* wee* end tfeftofs at tfce botte ot t&efr parents. Mrs. fCetwtt Hfiiyer wat 4 Sunday dtnfier goert of LtM Mff- Rea aftd Waitda Kofcfteftperge* wMie.nef fmstand was in Cmrtdt Bttffs to consult a specfailst {ft retard to his health. Mr. and Mrs. Pant Klmeey et Stteftandoah, Mr. and Mrs. Fran* Johnson Were dinner gteeti last of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hafflman and Acbenbach. Mrs. Marvel baby son of Council Bluffs Is a visitor In the home of her parents, Mf. and Mrs. Henry Nltns. Rer, and Mrs. John Cnnning- hafn were visitors Monday In the home of their ststef, Mrs. Woodyard, in Omaha. Lowell Curtis caffle down from Omaha fof a week end visit at home. Tom Bfaselton and Oeo. Curtis were transacting business in Omaha Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Langhlln and children, Mr, and Mrs. Ray* tnond Laughlln and family, Mr. and Mrs/Hugo Seipold were din* ner guests last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Laugh* lln. Mrs. Horace Eacrett received a bad fall last week while descend* ing her stairs. Fortunately no bones were broken but she is still very sore from the effects of the fall. sisters have been privileged to bei Mr. and Mrs. Everett Oipe au- together and the joy of this day i toed to Lincoln Sunday to visit together will long be cherished, relatives. Imogene - S. E. Mills One of the sixth grade people wrote a Hallowe'en poem. It is as follows: The sky was full of witches, The air was full of brooms, The ghosts were making switches On their electric loons. They caught a golden blackbird And put him in a cage; It wasn't long until they heard, "Please turn for me, the page," They caught a pretty goldfish And tied him to a broom; H wasn't long before the fish Had gone to the moon, -~By Mae Townsend. The fourth grade people who made one hundred in their Fri' day's spelling test were: Tom Bradley, Jerald Cunningham, Mary McCollJster, Rosemary To» land, and Jared Woodfill, Row three is leading with Smlleys on their health charts. We were glad to have Mrs. Woodfill visit Bchqpi Wednesday paorning. The fourth grade pepple finished a small geography chart show* ing bow other people help us. They have samples of furs and skins from Eskimo land, feathers, ivory, and rubber from Japan, Josephine Dye, reporter, I Mr. and Mrs, Qhaj», Kaytou entertained at ft family dinner last Sunday in honor of the seventy* atth birthday of their grand father, W. D. Kaytou. Those at' tending were MrV and Mrs. Qeo. F. Salyers, Mrs. QHv e Kaytou, Mrs. Morrjsa, Mr- aug Mrs. Law* rence Salyers ag4 two hoys, NJr, Mrs. Wallace Salyers au4 Surprise Will Comatocka on Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Will Comstock were thirty years married Saturday, Oct. 28, and thought no one knew about it but were greatly mistaken for on Sunday evening about twenty-six ot their relatives and friends came in about 7 o'clock and gave them a real.sur- prise. It was a beautiful moonlight night and the lights were turned off on the cars as they approached the house and they did not know anyone was near until nearly all were In the house. They admit they were really surprised. A nice program was arranged for the occasion and at the" open- Ing ot the program little Carolyn and Charles Btuelke presented Mr, and Mrs, Comstock with a beautiful bouquet, Charles also sang two numbers at the close of the program. Rer. O. F, Howard gave a very pleasing talk and In behalf of the crowd presented Mr. and Mrs. Comstock with a purse, A lunch was served carrying out a color scheme of pink and white and consisted of sandwiches, salad, pickles, cake, coffee, and cookies, each cookie baring the figure 30 on it. A pleasant evening was spent in visiting. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Coogan Died in Omaha on Saturday Mrs. Joseph H. Coogan, age 27, passed away In Omaha on Saturday after an Illness of many months. Mrs. Coogan before her marriage was Miss Madeline McBvoy and a graduate nurse of St. Catherines hospital in Omaha. Bhe with her husband, Dr. Coogan, moved here last August. Bhe has been bed fast most of the time and under the care of a nurse. A few weeks ago she was taken to Omaha In hopes of finding some relief for her but death claimed her Instead. , She is surrtyed by her husband Dr, Joseph H, Coogan, her par* ents, Mr. and Mrs, Martin J. McEvoy, a brother, Edward, of Los Angeles, Calif,, and three sisters, Mrs, Frank Zetter. St. Cloud. Minn,. Mrs. A. F. Treybal and Miss Bernlce McEvoy of Omaha. Funeral services were held from the home of her parents in Omaha at 8:30 a. to. and at 9 a. m, at St. Patricks church Tu day morning. Interment was in St. Marys cemetery. John C, Qutschenrltter came in Thursday from Axtell, Nebr, for a few days visit with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Qutschenrlt Mrs. John Otis, Mr. and Mrs. J. ter, and family. John is very R. Mlnnlck, Mr, and Mrs. Joe QutBcbenTitter, Mr. and Mrs, Eddie Qutschenrltter and son, Daniel, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Delenant Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Martin, Mr, and Mrs. Church Mattox, Rer. and Mrs. Howard, Mr, and Mrs. Wendelle Stuelke, Carolyn and Charles, Mrs. C. B, Abbott and Anna Maude, Mrs. Maggie Lewis, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Comstock and the honored couple, Mr. and Mrs, Will Comstock. Miss Helen Turnbull and broth" er, David ,and Adrian Jerry came in Saturday evening from Wy« more, Nebr. to visjt qrer Sunday with the Turnbuils' aunt and un* cles, Miss Anna an,d Andrew Dele- bant and Johany Oelehaut and wife. much pleased with bis present location and baa made a gain of twenty pounds and feels excellent there. Raring never been away from home before a chance to come home looked too good to let go by to be accompanied Misses Anna and Minnie Ryan to Omaha Wednesday evening where they came to attend the Nebraska State Teachers meeting, John came on to Imogene accompany* ing Mrs. Pat Maher home Thursday evening from Council Bluffs, After the teachers' meeting Frl* day evening- Misses Anna an4 Minnie Ryan drove down a»d re» mained until Sunday noon when John accompanied them back to His grandmother, Mrp, Higgles, o.f U,ed Qftk en,t«j> Mrs. fid Mf*. Attttfo tfttfceft was Sfftts Sttfriat nef dattgMef , Geraldfa*. «tro tt a Btffdent tttrrte at tfte Mercy HO»- fetftf*»«d Mrs. WHt h««e PHday fr6« tttttai Cftf wfcef e rte Md feeen rMftfftg tie part two we*t*. Or Mr*. t o attend clnfeh and to st»*&d the day with he* 9trefttt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred ReasoUer, Boftday. Mr. and ttH, CnaHes Ceftey «fr> tertaised her iaothef , Mfs. Cow- ardln, and Mf. aftd Mfs. Chan Cowardih and MM. Genera Cowardin and children Suftday. Waiter Hdtofl is repotted to fee slowly ittproting although he tt stilt conflued to his bed. WESLEY CHAPEL Matlne Lett entertained twenty young people at a Hallowe'en party Monday night at her none. Edna Clark had a party for the young people's class of Wes< ley Sunday school at her home Monday night, A good time was reported by alt present. Jeanette and Arthur Luther wilt return from tndiafiola Friday and spend the «reefc end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Flckel. Saturday,.Nor, 4, Jeanette has the honor of singing on the 4-H Achievement program over the. National Broadcasting hook* up on the Farm and Home hour from 11930 to 12:30. Rally Day was observed Sunday at Wesley Chapel with a miscellaneous program, At noon a pot luck luncheon was served as a welcome for Rer. Nesbftt and his family into the neighborhood. The high school corn shucking contest was held at the Claude Wilson farm Monday afternoon with six contestants. Chester Krisehbaum placed first and Lawrence Nelson second, Mrs. Rose Plumb visited Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Parker over the week end. Mrs. Bert Picket la not ao well this week, Mlna Christy from Hastings is helping her again. Mr, and Mrs. Qeo. Wilton visited her mother, Mrs. Qulmby, at Hastings Sunday, * aw* join «8» **» warn? ag clrtm* «J f,e si 11 o-cltfet. ftrfM ytrirf IkM «rn*«r a*d wt fMrtt ill tt.fiotft. At S:'ll ft* tot aftertoen $f«irfcft the East Ltbertt . wttt la** pafL Mr. BpttWfftrs «^ C*««tra wtff flat aftd fi«r. 8, M. witl grf * a* Ke*st of addtess. Att ate S. R, Mr. end Mts. G. ft. Nelson and Ethel and Mr. afid Mrs. 8. C. Beaton weft tmosg brer twenty tnerts at the hotte 61 iff, *fii Mrs. 8. ft. Merit ft Maftttn sttft* day. TB» oecaWo* wai Bonorlftg Mr. Hflftt as Wednesday «f tni* W*eK was his eighth-third birth- Wealey-Henderaoo Church Note* * - *«•'•*--*•-* those participating in the etent took along well fitted has* kets and a moat bountiful cafe* teria dinner was served and en* joyed by alt. others present besides the above named were! Mrs. Laura Paulson, son and daugh* ter, and Will Kerf of Omaha, Mrs, Lulu Chase and Mr, and Mrs. R. C, Mayberry and Vet* of near Olenwood, Mrs. Max Benlon from near Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. J, ft, Hnrst and Valda, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beaton, Mrs. Dan Beaton and Danny Dean, and Marion Kerney of Malvern, Mrs. Catherine Whltesldes and Jim were afternoon visitors Bun day at the R. A. Skerritt home east of Silver City, Harry Lyons and John thayer from near Oakland were dinner guests Sunday at the Mrs. Laura Kerney home. Mrs. B, C. Beaton and her son, Paul, of Malrern were Shenandoah visitors Monday. Mrs. Ella Boyd and Mrs. Clem Boyd and two children from near Hamburg were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. N.vWhltesldes. Callers at tbo home of Mr. and Mrs. o, W. Rimel Sunday were: L. D. Austin and R, W, Criswell of Malvern, Dr. Rlmel and family of Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Latchaw and Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. D, C, Beaton, and Mr, and Mrs. Prank Du Val and Alan, Mr. and Mrs, W. R. Nagle were guests at the wedding of Miss Marion Black of .Malvern a Rer, inne* of Evaniton, pie at the excellent:,'RaHy' Day program at Wesley Chapel last Sunday. A splendid offering was received for World Serrlee, Next Sunday a Rally Day program will be given at Henderson. It will be held at 7:30 p. m. A good program is being prepared. We urge all members and friends of the church to be present, During a part or al) of this conference year the pastor ex* pects to use as a general theme "The Oospel for All of Wffc" Be* , Cottjlete Abrtrtrt Dtfinf H* fiSf racn XfiSli of JfSjiSFW'"n CoirMy. CWHrty At*tf*et (Metabet el tin A«t«tcaa fan Btetw — Tunlfti, Of«it, ttftlfefB. «* PftMt'e »fttf Itore, —Modem hots«. I. H. Beckwith. R«ht»» Margaret MISCELLANEOUS De»d AniJiuaa—-Call An lea* kins, JPhone 89, Emerson, or city Meat Market, til, Malrern. Itf. Call we for potatoes or wood, Seat grade ot potatoes and food dry elm.— Ivan MeCord, ll»l. Bale—B Plat Saxophone in A 1 condition. Win trade (or livestock. *— Vincent Outschen- titter, Imogene, Ph. 40-P4. 16-tf. Rendering Wka., Shenandoah, Phone 638, Reverse Jong distance charges to us. Let us haul your dead animal*. Call tor one hog appreciated. Fresh tank" age for sale at atl time*. 18*9, MACHINERY For Bale or Trade—Corn pick* er mounted on Fordson tractor, and Molina Fordson tractor cut* tivator.-—E. J. Smith, Hastings. 16-1. ' HHP WANTED "I Wanted —Man with team and wagon to Pick corn.— Phone 174; FSO, LOST AND FOUND Found —100 pound sack- o; —• --- ' •-'"'" L«Ti- ginning Nov. B and 'continuing for two. or three weeks the theme will he "The Gospel of Peace,"' Remember also the story sermon for children every Sunday. Members 'of the Sunday school, especially officers and teachers, are urged to attend, The teacher training Institute at the Hastinw M, E, church Thursday ereufni, Nor, s, at 7:30, The present plea, 4eYjae4 by the KwersftB, Btrahaij, and Wesley pM$otf» -J» , ta this Institute weekly for four or the b(MM>r guest, w, p. liNMi ^*PH~ 4|M^iNf JMNPI George GutecUenrltter been laid up with ft broken hose in bis hand received when a store he was helping unload from the household goods of Teg Alahouse crushed his hand. E4 Maher was laid up the greater part of last week with an attack of the flu,, Leo Maher finished husking MS corn Thursday and Joe Regan ft»* isbed Monday of this week, era will finish &» iMt of week, Lester AJli busking coarn here has t$iw"m* ployment with ft ~ a»d left talned at dinner honor Sun* day the fojlowiBK; Mr, a»a L. l, OutMbeoriUer, iSe ViRcent, Donald, and Lontee, apd Mrs. id and Ralph of up Miw •ire to 'or the warm' them at a dJouer following the IB &-•££'• Nell, Wilbur, and Fay Keith,' and Mrt^.Olen Fitch ^ of* piclflerjran^ tion drore to Lyons, Nebri Friday! afternoon to nut Mr. Maybenry** mother and other relatives, ' '' Mr, and Mrs. Frank DU Val and Alan drove to Qseeola Sunday to attend the funeral of bis cousin, who' died from injuries received a couple ot days before bis death, while working among bis herd of cattle, Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Barger, Betty and Lindsay were Council Bluffs visitors Tuesday, Mr, and Mrs, Chas, Florence, Dorothy, aftd. Buddy and Mlas Deta GaJT^teB^ejU&e. program and box supper at the Mt. iljrejp CJty Friday, -: Blsj prof mm a»d ; Mli« Hftiel Owe B8 school: bouse teacher. shire spring boars;*At the;farnj 3% miles northeast of Malri '" OK Highway 34, — Lee A, :I land. , - 5 For Bale—• Qbest^ .WblteJ spring boars, «- Phone 179-r,5, Oscar Leu. , J4tfr For Sale—-Pure bred Poland*China boars, cholera itnmuned,. March April farrow, Priced to" sell.^Leonard Anderson, Phone >, 174»F80, Malrern, JW For Sale ..« pure bred Hampr a shire male bog-two years old.—i-^/ John Orudle, Ph, 164-F83,' »blre>^spring ,boars,, Priced to, sell; J.N.Summers, 7 -KrJ

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