The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on November 9, 1933 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, November 9, 1933
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PAGtFOtm THE MALVERK LEADED MALVERN, roWA, frdVEMBEtt §, LOCAL NEWS OF Itffi WEEK IN MALVERN ton* Mends *ffl eppreetstt h&vn* tbetr vftfts mention*) m tne8fc COTttmnS. Phone fOA. Mr. and Mr*. Henry Wa«hbnrn and ehfldfen from nwrtfteast o Hastings were shopping in tow Saturday afternoon and greet In friends. Mrs. C. E. Axtell and daughter Rnth, of Boreman, Mont., wh have been visiting In the horn of Mm. Axtetl's sister, Mrs. A. A Benton, returned to their hom last week. Miss Laura Bummers returned with them and will rial lit their home this winter. Mr*. Fred FarqUhar and daogti tef, Elinor, went to Jamaica Bat urday for a short visit With Mr and MM. 3. D. Lisle. Program Mid t*le Social at the Foiworthy school house Friday evening, Nor. 10, at ?:30. You •re invited. — Rnth Lindsey, teacher. adv. Dr. and Mrs. John W. tones and Mrs. Margaret Mudd left Saturday morning by auto for Kan- cat City. From there Dr. and Mrs. Innes will dfire to Kansas and Colorado and back through Nebraska, returning to Malrern for a few days stay before they leare fof Evanston. Mrs. M. J. Ostrander from east of Hastings was In Saturday and called to adranee their subscription another year. She said that their corn was turning out well, even better than last year, and \ this weather was certainly appreciated by the buskers. H. A. Lakin from north of Emerson was in town Saturday and called to adranee his subscription another year. Mr. Lakin is In about the best part of Mills county's corn belt this year. He says his corn is turning out well and the quality is fine. He was only about one-third through busking. Mrs. Zeno Bass of Straban was in one day last week and called to order The Leader sent to her daughter. Mrs. Walter Roberta, at Troy. Mr. Roberts is superintendent of schools in Troy. E. a. Wederqvist, grain dealer and hardware and lumber merchant of Btrahan, was looking after business matters in Malrern Friday. Roscoe Parker of Emerson was in town Saturday. Ira L, Turner from south of Hastings was In Saturday and called to take advantage of our ecial, enrelope offer. , , Bud»Jph ? ana Albert Menachel Raftings'were In town Saturday and Rudolph called to ad' vanee his subscription another year. Albert, who recently had an appendix operation, got out in remarkable sHort time and Is now able to husk corn a little. SEE US FIRST for New or Used Radios Either for car or home, We have them at prices ,to suit you. Mills Co. Chev.Co. Frank Juelke Phone 280 John Taylor of Emerton was In town Saturday afternoon attending the sale. Miss Laura Hilton from southwest of town was in Saturday and called to advance tbetr sab- (reriptlon another year. She said her father, Walter Hilton, had been quite sick the past three weeks and was not able to be np ranch yet although seemingly improving slowly. Grant Simmers was down from Omaha the past week visiting the boys on the farm and made our office a brief call Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Martin entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ralne of Glenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Khal of Mineola, and Richard Ralne of San Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Raine plan to leave the latter mrt of the month to make their home in California. Harvey E. Dolph of Newton came Friday for a short visit with its sisters, Mrs. Eva Dnrbln, Mn. !. 8. Summers, and Mrs. Fred and his brother, June )olpfa, and to look after his farm- ng Interests here. Here's your chance! A trial of* er of THE OMAHA BEE-NEWS, 0 days Dally and Sunday by mail, on runt routes or in non- rrier boy towns, for only $1,00. 13tf. Mrs. A. 3. Nickenon left Thursday for Rockham. So. Dak. where she is spending the winter with her daughter, Mn. Esther f Hr. and ft**, ft. R. Hftme oi Omaha were guests Sunday In the 1 L. Conner home. Mrs. 3. M. Steele wa* taTten to the Jennie Edmnndson ffotpita Friday where she underwent i minor operation on Saturday. At latest reports she was recovering nicely. Mrt. Ed Smith of Red Oak vte- fted several days last week In the home of her sirter, Mr*. Forrest Smith. Sir. and Mrs. Frank Walket and Mrs. Qnentln Walker and son, Darrel, were Red Oak visitors Saturday. Mrs. Sarah Adklns of Red Oak visited in the home of her grand* daughter, Mn. Forrest Smith, Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mra. Forrest Smith Vis* ited in the Ed Smith home in Red Oak Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Nagel and children and Misses Fannie and Sadie Clark drove to Council Bluffs Sunday afternoon to visit friends in the Edmundson hospital. Miss Clara Wise went to Clar- Inda Saturday for a visit with relatives. She returned home Monday afternoon. Mrs. Cliff Plumb of Red Oak visited Miss Clara Wise Monday evening while Mr. Plumb transacted business here. : William Rush, new appliance salesman for the lowa-Xebfaska j Light and Power company ta tae [ Red Oak district, was la Malvera Predicts Qreatest 4*H Club Show J L FHsMe Ak*Sex-Ben territory.^ which UNCU Nebraska, southwestem low* and parts of several otter Swanson. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Header- eon and daughter. Norasa, and Misa Mable Wilson of Red Oak visited in the Ben Martin home Sunday evening. Ml»» Dorothy Henderson who attends Malrern high school spent the week end with her parent*. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henderson, near Hastings J. N. Summers waa up to Conncil Bluffs yesterday to a«e Mra., Victor LeRoy. Nebr. district. Aden Ireland was in Council Bluff* Monday vuitlag his sitter. Mis* Ida Ireland. Miss Ireland recently suffered a very severe operation from which she ceems to be recovering slowly bat welL She is in the Jennie Edmundson hospital. Dr. D. M. Klin* reports the birth of a five aad one half pound eon to Mr. aad Mn. Victor Crouch, east of Malvera. Tuesday, Nov. ?. He has bee* named Summers in the Edmnndson hot- pltal. She la recorering nicely from her recent operation. Rer. Walter C. Flank of indi- anola, financial secretary and superintendent of the Conference Claimants fund and properties la the Iowa-Be* Molnea Methodist conference, waa In the county last Thursday looking after MB* prepertlee they bare Bare aad •pent the night In Mahrera fa tte W. P. Wortman home and with other Malrern friends. Mr. Plank was for two yean pastor of the Malrern M. E. church and his many friends here. Program and Pie Social at the Fojcworthy school house Friday evening, Nor. 10, at 7:30. Too are inrited. — Ruth Llndsey, teacher. aj r< Mlsa Berntce Schoenlng spent the week end In Lincoln with Miss Genera Anderson who is attending business college there. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis and the latter's brother, Harrey E. Dolph, of Newton and sister, Mn. 8. 8. Summers, of Strahan drove to Council Bluffs Monday and while there Mr. Dolph risked his cousin. Joe Wearln, and Mn. Summers rlsited Mrs. J. N. Summers In the Edmundson hospital. A. 3. Mills came In the first of the week from Attica, Jnd, for a short risk and to look after business matters. Ollie Byers was orer from Glenwood Saturday attending the sale at the sale barn and bought one of the best cows sold to add to his dairy herd. 'j-j/' ..... "" ' ' ...... -'^^ Specials Friday ;Nov ,10 to Thurs.. Nnn. 17 OOX Grocery MALVERN PHONE NO, 9 See us for Suaar Prices ga|, _ _^__ LARD, purs, bulk, 3 lb», for ...... ' CHEESE, |b, -.__. " "'""" 17 " """ HiOHMT PRICW F0« FJUITR Mr. aad Mn. Charles M. WO- coa, Mr. and Mrs. Ixmls Baas aad Paal Seeger drove to Nebr. last Scaday to vtstt friend*. Mr. aad Mrs. Lotis Baas. Mrs. AusUa Bass, aad Mn. C M. WD- SOB were visitors fa Onafea TMa- *ay. OAKS Friday and Saturday fooktag f ssrreon&as st&ies, has a World* after business. Be is a fonaer Malrern boy, son of Dr. aad Mr*. W. A. Rush, now of Beatrice, Nebr. He 1s making bis beadqaar- ten in Red Oak. F. M. McClelland, formerly salesman for this district, has beea promoted to sales supervisor la the Norfolk, animal Ak~8er» Bas 4-H dab baby beef show, to be held Uiis year from November 11 to 17 m Omaha, acoordm« to u L rr^iiie. state supatitw of The Ak-Zar-Bca 4-H show took tbc UUc of wwid's largest to 1WX and wOl exceed its own record for entries this rear with aa expected mrnltment of about 750 •r ii "i«*f_ txcordtog to Hr. Frisbte. The baby bee: ezhlbitlon wfll to part of the great annual combined lire stock shov. rodeo and bone zbov held at the Ak*Sar-Bea coliaeraa. Parades of the baby beef rhfunpte-. are heki at each performance, aad two rag auctions are held to assure entrants of top prices for their beeves. "Located as we are right In the bc&rt of &3 lite stock raising territory and with the great Osaha live stock market right at band, it is not surprising that the Ak-Sar-Ben 4-B club show is the largest in the world. And this Tear wfll find it setting new records an alone the Une. I am sure*. Mr. Fiisbie dedans. fcefn-1 >difi 'Starts. Surprise Mr. and Mra. Beat c!ar'rodeo, the About sixty frtosds aad aelgk- bon met at the PickreQ school bouse Sunday tresfos about « o'clock and drove to Use borne of Mr. and Mrs. Martin B*a for a supper. Mr. and Mn, Beas birthdays were the first of the' week and their friends thought a good surprise would help then to remember the day. The first part of the evening was spent in playing gases and spelling, then supper was served. Everyone brought a wen filled basket. After supper devotional services were held aad the rest of the evening was spent in staging. to the entire show, wbica includes the speetae- brOUant none Vmers Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Will Viaer entertained about twenty relatives Saturday evening honoring Mn. Molly Stewart, -"*" The evening was spent in playing games *ad vtettiag aJter which refreshments were served consisting of and coffee. cookie*, Mr. and Mn. Bddte Carroll spent Saturday night and Sunday in Council Bfofts visiting brother and (smi)y. bet- Mr. and Mn. <). C. Bya* entertained at BumUy dinner Mr. and Mrs. Oelbert Lee and children of Cumberland. Mr. aad Mrs. Harold Podson «P«u Sunday with bis parents, Red Oak shoppers Saturday were ifr. and Mn. Henry Be hi I- ling and Ruth Ellen, Mn. Lanrs, Helen Dodton, and Martin. Kathleen W|lU»w* was a ttor ia th* Marios Ma*** bow* Sunday ersning. Mrs, Laura Hail and Opal, were to Bed Oak afternooit. Mr. 804 «r». U Kand Hates tkxi*on v «|« |f«)rera shoppen Saturday afternoon. ilm Wittiaso* ha* b««n satter- with an iaf»«ta4 bawl. Mr. t«d Mn. Forrest Aehaa, w*r* In ah*B«4aa* Wed* - ,. ,-^v ***^- $% £i&*m&** show, the stocc show. UK . tesouite exhibits and the mid. western pigeon exposition to only M cents. Performance win be held each evening from Armistice day. Boranber II. through Friday night, flovember 17. with matin*** en Sanday, Wednesday and Friday. Oaks Sunday School Oaks had aa attendance of fifty at Sunday school last Sunday with two visitors. We always welcome visitors and hope they win become regular attendant* If they do not attend Sonday school elsewhere. Mr. Wagner of Wales wj» to wltlt *» next gnaday. We nope for a large attendsnce. Little .Net* Loa Vine? b»d a birthday last week. Menwry verses were recited by the small children Mr. and B»rJ The appended .otftttaty sent nt of Mrt. George mention of whose Is last Week** Leader. Mr*. Hamaker was one of the pfo*t*r residents of tttm county aad well remembered by many et oar oWer people. Nancy Ann McDowell was bora in talaey co**ty. Me., Jan. It, 1850 and departed this fife at her home la Wood Lake, Irebr. Oct. IT. 1931, at tie aa* of eighty-three year*, ate* month*, aad eight day*. She was •nited la marriage to George Haaaker Ataft, *S. I8M at White doad. where they spent fifty yean of their married life, Mr. Raaaker owned and operated the White Cloud mill, la I»t* they moved to Wood Lake, Neb*. where they spent their deettnlat yean. She b sarvtved by five eon*: Owen of Strahan. George E. of Gage. Okte.. John D. of Memphis. Tens., Elmer and Henry D. of Wood Lake; two dangkten: Mn. Hester Caacfcell of Rochester. Mich., and Mn. Mlanle McFar- tend of Omaha, Xebr.; thirty- eight .grandchildren, and twenty great grandchildren. Her hat* band, two daughters, aad a son pawed away several yean ago. She was a lortag mother, a good neighbor, and a kind friend, aad will to sadly nJseed by a host of loving frieads. The funeral was held la Wood Lake, Oct. 2> aad abe was buried by the aide of her hasbaad In the Wood Lake cemetery. tie**, tia*9t* *t*. A 4Nft«HiitM*»at ** « Dttfft* *tt «* . AO itt«N*t«s] tft A* **«W* «t tte 3aM*t MbMt *ttt*M »»** to to pi mat. * *«ra»t» a* tt, t%* terms* tttttt* tft **, *t«tt*Hft* Reetf a*« ta* Stetaf* et ft Ma*V» %01 **M la ta* chart*. Att ar* eonaieny inttte& Mr. wto* wfll *P*»Jt «fi "the Matter** BttatMftft and Mine." Special music wfll to furnished fof Ito occasion. CHAMPION HILL Jane Parker accompanied her cousin. Marian Parker, to Walnut school Tuesday where she apent the day risking the school as her own waa cloved on account of the Mills county teachen' meeting. Friends here learned last week of the marriage of Miss Anna* belle Hutching*, formerly of this community. While we are not acquainted with the man of her choice we wish them a happy useful life. Maxlne Anderson of Red Oak Mr. and Mra. Henry Schilling and hla mother risked her mother, Mn. Nlma, Sunday. Mn. I. W. Caator, lira. Marlon Mahan. Mn. Eddie Carroll, and Mn. o. Schipper and daughter. Phylla. were, in Red Oak Monday •ftwnoon, Mn. Ortttt* L, R- Bobbltt. Minister The Bible school waa twenty lesa than the Sunday before. A*k yomraett way. War not hare these twenty back tnia Sabbath and twenty motet Sunday begins Armistice week, The swrmon Bandar morning will to on "Did Jesus Bring Botb Peace and a Sword?" Vesper aerrleea Sunday evening from 6 to < o'clock in the Presbyterian church. Their pastor wilt preach. Why la there to Itttte union aad real fellowship? Because only a few want unity. The majority are selfish; often they are narrow denomlnationallsts—-they refuse to attend a union meeting nnleaa It's In their church or their paator preaches. The minister* at* toeperatfnt b*t they fcare no fottowtBg. We appreeiatft tfes ftttee* from r chtttch wn« itt«ftf§6 ine emt- At Red O*k Monday, two hundred delefaies wete pfesent Roy B. Otireie*, p»stof tbete wa* M tteticW in atte»d*J»e« at aft the Berriew te our teat Sunday, f t was n«t a tort* Increase *nt ft w« a change t* the right direction tot which we were glad, tbete are enough people in the Community to keep oft going IB that direction for infte * While. the Ladle*' circle win meet In tie partonate thb week (thnrs- day) at J-.iO p. m. the choir witt practice with Mra. 2elma Fletcher Friday at ?:86 p. m. Note the time and endeavor not to keep otaen waiting. Young people a* well as older people are inrlted to ting in this choir, the service* next Sunday will be M follows: Sunday school at 10 and preaching at 11 a. m.. Km worth League at 4 p. m., and the union serrlce at the Presbyterian church at 6 p. m, the sermon subject in the morning will be, "Christian Watchmen and Messengers Essential." Dr. Henry Dale White will preach at the union service. Archable Frailer who has been attending high school in Bhutan* doah came home Thursday night and la helping his father with the com husking, Madge and Mary Mae Parker enjoyed dinner Tuesday with the Kocherspergen while the men folk were at the Douglas husking toe. Ony Gibson entertained a few of the young people Friday night at their hospitable home in honor of bis nieces and nephew who were masts in the home. Our attendance this week was 40 and in the evening we had a good attendance at C. E. We en- Joyed the,program and the E MPRESP THEATER 0 HALVBMN. IOWA FRIDAY - SATURDAY A great dims plctttre "BIG CA6E" Vtoatnria* Clyde Beattr, *re*teat luUnul trainer in tin world, wit* Ann* Pace Also Comedy lOc a«d 85e SDNDAY - MONDAY Four Gay Girls In » Mad, Merry Mneteal — June Knight, Salljr O*aleL Dorothy » friend. 'Helen* * visitor in our Sunday school. Mesdames Ella Schlck. Minnie Davis of Emerson, and Sola Titsworth of Broadview, Mont, spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Edith Parker. Catherine Mills of Noblesbtlle. lad. is visiting here and in Emerson. The past week she has been the house guest of the Hatfield girls. Francis Bulllngton, Bertha Kellenbargcr, and Hazel Holm- Strom attended an all day Farm Bureau meeting at the Ed J3enh- ler home northeast of McPheraon Wednesday, Marguerite and Violet Dalton were supper, guests of Mn. Ber. tba Kellenbarger Tu«Way eve* . Louie Bolllngtons entertained at » family dinner Sunday for his relatives. : :', L *-^ . Several from here »tt«i»ded the box social at the school house sontn of CUiasx Friday weaing " »e«oinpa» Mrs, Arthiur •*"^§w m pJlMp* ! 9 JJp^lF K^f^fJS: ' WH^JT Wanda KocAespergei-, Ml»s Evelyn and LeVone spent Sunday, with his parents near Mslvern, Mr. and Mn, Jim HKks tip, MeB^ft wompanib.} them home tted to the Lee WiOlams lww« — Sunday evening and got ed with the nef baby. Miss Helen Aadenoo employed Ma? M«ge4P»ihr the week ead wtth home I , Mildred Anderson spent week wit* / $Qu:wgntfairprices es4 with Florence Oreen at Mr. an4 Mn. L W, Castor. Nn. o. ^ Brta, e«4 Mrs, M«j#a opinion speaken agreed with the audience that the affirmative should have the decision in their favor. We decided that after this onr C. E. would to held in the mom- ing following Sunday school. Every one who attends the Sunday school Is invited to stay f or C. E. and help u« and to helped. The James family enjoyed a visit from friends from Omaha Sunday. WaynVand Max Bullington and Dartene Straight spent Wednesday with their* cousin. Florence Cooper, where they were dinner 4 New BOB, 1W* Also Comedy lOo and SSc WEDNESDAY ONLY BARGAIH NIGHT Oeo, Sidney, Cnaa, Murray "COHENS AND KEUEYS IN TROUBLE" If You HAVE BUT 10 CENTS to Spend for Toitet Article* f Qo meto C L E M S M«4vern

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