The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on November 9, 1933 · Page 7
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HASTING! ««»-*im«M«««i~«»—»~«-»»—— -^^^P flgf tHfe MAL\1&fr LfcAPtft, MALVEftft, FOWA, Catffe Ltither Friday ^ Mat. 3 Sttroke; Held Aftetrtoon Mi«« Carrie Lather, well beloved teacher tn Hasttegs schools for tfte fttfct quarter tfeirtaty died at ber home In Vllllsca last Friday Jn*t after noon. Two weeks preceding sire had suffered a stroke at appopieiy froni which she was nnable to rally and then Wednesday of last week she suffered another and passed away two days later. Her sudden Illness and subsequent death has been a great shock to Hastings and the entire community where she had done her life's work and expressions of sympathy and deep concern were heard on all sides following bet llltiess. The funeral was held In Vll- llsca Sunday afternoon at 1:30 in the Wolfe and Gourley funeral parlors conducted by Rev. 0. A. Arthur, pastor of the Adventlst Christian church in Villlsca. She was taken to Wesley Chapel, near her old home for burial and services were held in the Wesley Chapel church, conducted by Rev. G. A. Arthur, assisted by Rev. L. B. Ripley of the Hastings M, E. church, Mrs. June Fickel sang. A male quartet sang at the services in Vllllsca. The pall bearers were Harold Peters, C. H, Penwell, 0. L. Fig* gins, A. M. Mitchell, Roger Rang er, and Harold Wolfe. Carrie Irene Luther was born near Corning, the daughter of William Andrew and Amanda Isobel Luther. While she was still a small child they moved to Omaha where they resided nine years. They then took up their residence on their farm north of Hastings where they resided twenty-five years. Fourteen years ago she and her father took up their residence in Vllllsca which has since been ber home. Her father preceded her In death three years ago but she still kept up her home there. This fall she started her twenty-sixth year as primary teacher in the Hastings schools, having completed last year twenty-five years of conscientious, earnest work in the schools that endeared her to the entire community, and especially to the many whom she bad trained and started in their education. Her life's v work and influence will go 5*&i . her membership in the 'Adventtat Christian church In ViWsca. She was the third generation of Carrie Luthers born of that family name. She is survived by her brother, Herbert • Luther, of Gentry, Ark. and sister, Mrs, Ida Luther Wooster, of Muskogee, Okla.; three nieces, three nephews, and numerous other relatives and hosts of friends, all of whom sincerely mourn her departure. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hall drove to Red Oak Sunday, i Mrs, Faye Blunt, Roberta and' Kietb, Yisited in the home of Mr. i and Mrs, Bert Fickel Saturday, the following from the Oakes, NO. Dak., Times win Interest ttmny of onr readers as the Cooks **** formerly residents of this vicinity: this cfty's list of pioneer rest- dents was decreased last Thursday by the sudden death of one of its best. Mrs. O. R. Cook, at her home. Heart trouble was the catjse, afflicting her as she talked trtth Mr. Cook In the kitchen of their home. She would have been seventy-four years old this month. Mrs. Cook's maiden name was Nevada Smith, the daughter of James F. and Sarah J. Smith. She was born Nov. 29, 1858 In La Porte county, Ind. At the age of ten years she moved with her parents to Porte county, Ind. where the family resided eight years. The Smiths came to Mills county, Iowa in 1878 and about a year later changed their resi* dence to Pottawattamle county. She was married to O. R. Cook, Jan. 29, 1885 at Carson. They resided near Carson a few years. Then moved to a farm near Hastings where they made their home until moving to Thurston county, Nebr. in 1903. Deceased had made Oakes, NO. Dak. her home since 1909. In addition to her grieving husband she Is survived by three sons: Marlon of Fender, Nebr., George and Floyd of Oakes; and four daughters: Mrs. Bertha Booth, Mrs. Clara Gernar, and Mrs. Ruth Honslckle, all of Oakes, and Mrs. Helen Lancaster of Council Bluffs; seventeen grandchildren and one great grand child; one sister, Mrs. E. B. Carley, of Macedonia, and one brother, G, L. Smith, of Valentine, Nebr. She was preceded In death by a son who died In Infancy, her parents, and one brother. Frank Smith, of Carson. Mrs. Cook was seventy-three years, ten months, and twenty- seven days of age when she passed away. She was a kind and devoted wife and a loving mother. Her quiet and gentle disposition created many friends for her and she was highly respected. She possessed that sterling quality of always being ready to help anyone in time of need. To know her was to love her. Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at the M. E. church where a large crowd gathered to pay their last respects. There were many beautiful flowers. Rev. B. Babcock officiated at the services assisted by Rev. Wilson Johnstone. Among the out of tpwn rela --^'*- thur Carley, Miss Clara Carley, all of Macedonia; Mrs, Flora Cleaves of Treynor; Mrs. F, M. Smith, Mrs, Glen Wilbur, Mrs. Glen Harvey, all of Carson, and Mrs, AHa Campbell of Dumfries, and Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Cook of Fender, Nebr. H, A. Deirdorff Grocer Card of Thanks We desire in this way to express our heart felt thanks to the many friends of our departed sister, Carrie Luther, for their helpfulness, sympathy, and kindness j duing her last illness and at the funeral services, and for the beautiful flowers sent. Herbert Luther Mrs. D. M. Wooster tt ftlt«*i*iil The HofTo*«sf& program *nd festival was held at the chare* last Tuesday night and wfts eon- sfdered a very successful affafr. the money taken in amounted to about $32 which goes to buy church son* books. the protratn consisted oft Duet. Margaret Sbepftrd ai*d Edgar LookaWll. Recitation, Jacqueline' Dunn. Recitation. Keith Blnnt. Way, "Wife Wmrtttf" Characters were: Bachelor, Edgar Lookabill. Butler, Bruce Wallahan. A lady of high society, Miss Vaflcy. A Maid, Mrs. A. H. Crawford. Dancing girl, Mrs. A. V. elites. Giggling girl, Mrs. Frank Rockafeliow. A Widow, Mrs. Semon Cox. Children, AHa Hall, Margaret Shepard, and Edward Oittens. A colored lady, Mrs. L. E. Rip' ley. Solo, Billy Ripley. This program was very Interesting and Was well received by a large crowd. John Clover Goes to Odd Fellowa Home Harry Knight of Emerson drove to Mason City Wednesday taking John Clover of this place there to enter the I.O.O.P. home there where ho was admitted and will spend the winter there. Mr. Clever is one of the oldest Odd Fellows in this vicinity, having Lewi a member of Hastings Jotlga NO. 397 for the paiat. forty-five years. Ttoe bomu is nicely situ- axed and well furnished to take good care of these old veteran:} of the Three Links and Mr. Clover will be well cared for there. , Max Qulmby, who is employed in Qwaha, spent the week end with bis parents, Mr, and Mrs. Roy QuiBJby, ' Mrs. Ralph Hansconi was iu Red Oak oiie day last week having deatftl work done. Rud (Jiin't; and win. Crawford were Malveru visitors Saturday. Mr.'and Mrs. Clarence Nelapn of Emerson: visited. Sunday la the Will Trimmer bojne, Herbert Luther of Gentry, Ark. and sister, Mrs. Ida Wooster, of Oklahoma, who were called here by the death of their sister, Miss Carrie Lather, visited Sunday night with Hastings friends. Mrs. Lawrence Read a h d daughter Del ores of Glenwood Were in town last Tuesday. George Resh has been on the sick list the past week. Mrs. Fern Wallahan and son, Bruce, drove to Corning Sunday to attend the funeral of Miss Helen Stanley who was killed in an automobile accident near Creston last week. Miss Stanley was a relative of the Wallahans. Lester Darland met with a peculiar accident Sunday. He went to break off a limb from a tree when it broke suddenly and the end flew back, striking his left thumb, (browing it so badly out of Jolnt'that it required tha services of Dr. Christy to replace it. D. R. Kldwell and family au- toed to Glenwood Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paulson and daughter, Evelyn, of Malvern, Mrs. Pearl Nlday and daughters, Dollle and Maxlne, of Glenwood, and Mr, and Mrs. Dallas elites of Straban were dinner guests tn the A. V. elites home Sunday. Miss Frieda Fellows visited a few days last week with her sister, Miss Jennie Fellows, who is a nurse in the Morcy hospital in Omaha. 'A number of people from this vicinity attended the funeral services for Miss Carrie Luther at Villlsca Sunday. She has taught the primary room here for twenty-seven years. Her many friends sincerely mourn her loss, """ > *S^^8*^^ " 'fM^oW*''"OH«pTrr^«f* last week to the'Frank Bobbins home for a,few days visit. Mr, and Mrs. Roy Viner of Randolph visited relatives in town Saturday and Sunday, Dent Kites and son, Ralph, drove over near Villisca to the coal mines last; Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Parker of Shenandoah visited Tuesday evening in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Cliff Parker. D. R. Kid well and family were Malvern visitors Saturday, Mrs, Jim Clark accompanied her sister, Mrs. Hutchinson, of Corning to Des Moines Friday, Misses Kathryn Anderson, who formerly lived in this vicinity, gave several vocal selections and tap danced at a program at ver City Saturday evening. Miss Lorraine Clark accompanied ber at the piano, O. F. Edie of Randolph was visitpr in town Sunday, Kenneth Nebbitt spent the week e»d with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs, George Nebbitt. Mrs, Fern Kepple and daush* ter Betty Jean, visited Wednesday in the Roy Crawford borne. Raymond Grouse pf visited friends here Saturday, Mr, and Mrs. Beij jfaroff, Ret* ty and Mary of Reebee, yisited over Sunday in the borne o? ber mother, Mrs. R,. G. Priest. Miss Marguerite Young of Car* SOB visited Friday and ~ ' with Mis* Kditb Ytoer, Public Sthbol* Otrr student Bed? and faculty; has suffered & severe loss In the! death of out »«*derfnl frteAd and co-worker. Kit* Carrie Luther, she has been an Inspiration to the school and wtn b* remembered for year* t6 «Sn»e as the one who started many Hastings swdeats in school and gave them help and encouragement In their wot*. Mach etcitenient was caused t«*l week w&en last Wednesday tB&rning &«t*ri«r Sehurr discover^ ed Someone had taken his car on Hallowe'en. After driving around town early Wednesday he found his ear in a nearby garage. Were any faculty members implicated t In observance of National Education Week, the patrons of the Hastings schools are cordially invited to Visit school today, Thursday, D. D. Fellows autoed to Plattsmouth Thursday. Millie dale and Peggy cntes visited Wednesday In the home of Mrs. Date Read. Leeta Christfe always thews firm fn school Hise. surely ft t« *6t because fthe Trices to bear Mr. fifttner #ay. "Five hours after School." Elam ord never has Ms geometry. Blanche Woods enjoys whispering. Ruth Darland is so Interested in politics. Fifth and Sixth Grade* Our spelling honor roll includes: Ruth Jean Gittins. Edith Martin, Leon Smith, Hanel Smith. JImmie Parker. Ray Kites. Agnes Mae Clark. Carl Johnson. Keith Blunt. Virginia Smith. Betty Haden. Floyd Clltes, Jacqueline Dunn. Betty Crouse, Jack Largent, Raymond Hunt. Millard Davis, Raymond Hall, Victor Vanderpool, Farris Waterworth, Dorothy Johnson, Ferrell Waterworth, Reta Crawford and Mildred Hunt. Freshman News The Home Economies girls have finished their uniforms and are now having the breakfast unit. We have been preparing fruits and will prepare cereals next. EMERSON Miss i^a HaWeW returne,4 bpme gunflsy eyeing after a week's yisit w«t her »unt, Mrs. j. g, Ro*ers, in^. Mwyfville, Mfl. Mr, and Mrs, JJermaB Sohurr and daughter, Ruth Jeau, >v»tgea to Red Qftk gup^ay* Their sso, E4wflr4 t wb. B Yisittft relatives tfe W a over tb, 9 weefc enj, return* ed with, tb^n). Miss Ruth, Pierce Q{ Lj BBSftt the week, end, with her eftta, Mr, aa4 Mrs Mr. aB4 M,^ »»w Pi Mftlvern a,u,d, Mr* end Mrs, . af la the Wedding Bells Ring for Three Couples Popular Emerson Young People Announce Re* cent Marriages During the past week three weddings of interest to Emerson and vicinity were announced, four of the group being popular Emerson young people. Miss Rosa Kirk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Kirk of Glenwood, and Marlon H. Smith, son of Mrs, Phoebe Smith of Emerson, were married at Rockport, Mo. Oct. 14. They were accompanied -by Mr. and Mrs. Kmest Thrapp. Marion is a prosperous young fanner. They will make their home in Emerson for the present. On Wednesday, Nov. 1, Miss Arvella Boan and Elmer Shlppey of Tabor were married at Rockport, Mo. It was a double wedding, the other couple being from Tabor also. Miss Boan has made her home the past summer and fall with Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Huntsman. The bridegroom is a brother of Mrs. Doyle Huntsman. They will make their home near Tabor. Miss Annabelle Hutchings and iwprth of Emerson WSmffi%m^ P $F$3m- .tlce of Peace P, L.' Hayzlett, The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hutchlngs and the bride-groom is a brother of Lester Hollingsworth. They will make their home near Emerson. We extend congratulations to all three couples. Mrs. Leslie Patrick returned Friday from Council Bluffs where she spent a few days witb her sister, Miss Ida Ireland, who is a patient in the Jennie Edmundson hospital. Mr.j and Mrs. L, W, Kane and son, Tommy Joe, of Omaha spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. A, E. Stokes. The above accompanied by Dr. A, E. stokes spent Sunday In Harlan with the ladies' parents. Mrs. J .A. Taylor is visiting in Des Moines this week with relatives. Al White and Bert Triplet! of Sioux City spent the week end with Walter elites. Miss Genevieve Huntsman spent Saturday uight and Sunday j in Council Bluffs with her cousin, Mrs, 0. B. Fogarty. Miss Marjorie Briggs has completed ber course of training in cosmetology in Omaha and Mrs. Wayne Cole has completed ber course of study at the Council Bluffs Beauty Academy iu Council Bluffs. They took the state board examinations in Des Moines Monday and Tuesday of ibis week. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Fogarty of Council Bluffs spent Friday evening and Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Mary B. Gibwn. Mr. nud Mrs. R. W. Davis returned Saturday from Pauipa, Texas where they were called last week by the serious illness of Mrs. Pavis's father, Henry Hutch- los. Mr, Hutchlns had already had it severe operation when they arrived, hut he begsu to improve i'lgU.t away and was getting along nicely when they left for home. The benefit masquerade dance Sivou at the towu hull here on Hallowe'en was u success iu ov- ery way. Good m»Mo was fur* uUked by the Corn liuskara (rum The praouedg uuiouutBd lo Two Entertained With Parties on Hallowe'en Miss Ruth Whitney gave a Hal- lowe'en party at her home Friday evening. The sophomore class and three freshman girls were guests. The evening was spent in playing Frames and stunts. Refreshments consiiipd of chicken sandwiches and rumpkin pie with whipped cream. Twenty-five were present. Miss Wynona Edie entprtainecl quite a large party of young people Hallowe'en night at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and MM, A. J. Thomas. The entertainment was suitable for the nl?lit and a very j,ood time waa repoued. De- HclotiB refreshments were served. Mra. O. P. At.derson of Humphrey, Nebr. spent Tuesday evening here with friends. Mrs. Bert Huntsman and children and Miss Virginia Huntsman were Red Oak visitors Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Butcher and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lemert of Hastings left Friday for Dayton, Ohio to attend the funeral of Mr. Lemert's father. <ty*a*ji^ VISITS Vernon L. Griffith of Closr- mont. Wyo., near Sheridan, was bere Moftday for a few howrs vf*it in the John L. Evans horn* and with numerous oth*r old time Emerson friends. Mr. Griffith Is an old time Emerson boy, having graduated from the Emerson schools way back tn 1899. Later be Went with his parents. I>r. and Mrs. Stevenson, to Sheridan, Wyo. and has been in Wyoming ever since. He Is engaged In sheep ranching and has a large ranch about twenty miles north of Clearmont and about the same distance east of Sheridan, where be has been very successful. He evidently likes ranching and spends the greater part of his time there. He is twenty miles from the nearest town and four miles from the nearest neighbor. He Is looking fine and the west evidently agrees with him. He had been on a trip to Chicago and was enroute home when he stopped for his all too short Visit, He Is one of those men one is n I ways pleased to me'st. I Str. and Sfr.i. fi. S. Comer j Her sister, Mrs. pearle Scoten, of [ Red Oak left Friday mornfn.; for St. Lontx. Mo. to visit th« latter'* son. Dwayne. who Is attending an undertakers school there. ! Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Smith and j Mrs. Elmer Bass were Red Oak j visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kane and son of Omaha and Dr. n»id Mrc. A. E. Stokes visited friends tn Essex Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Gust TpnEf'rom were Red Oak visitors Saturdny. Mrs. Caroline Rhoads and daughter. Mrs. Minnie Wblslor, and Mrs. Lyle Hlxson went to VIi- Hsca Sunday to attend the funerai of Miss Carrie Luther. Mrs. Jennie Kellenbarrer spent last week In Red Oak with relatives and had some dental work done. WESLfiY CHAPEL Ladies' Aid met witn Mrs. Clinton Parkpr last wefik. About twenty members were present. The afternoon was spent tying * comfort for the hostess. The nest meeting, Nov. 15. will be with Mrs. Lynn Parker. Rev. and Mrs. Ongeler and children of Malvern visited Rev. Nesblt and family ono day last Week. JeanneHe and Arthur Luther and Pauline Sowers returned to Indlnnoln Sunday after spending the week end with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Fickel and children were dinner guests Sunday in the June Fickel home. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Parker and sons visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. WInslow, at Tabor Sanday. Paul Lemert who Is employed by J. B. Fickel and sons was called to Ohio Wednesday by the sudden death of his father. Kenneth Parker entertained about twenty of his friends at a Hallowe'en masquerade party Friday night. A valuable horso owned by Carl Sowers was struck by a truck Saturday breaking Its front leg. It was necessary to kill the horso. No other ham hat the tame DELICIOUS GOODNESS that you'll taste in ARMOUR'S FIXED FLAVOR STAR HAM High Grade Heref ords ublic Sale III |o Pri«*« fur fit : Mr*, 0. A. JMplMM«]ttt* Owing to ill health, we are disposing of our entire herd of cattle at the stock yards at Hastings on Thursday, Nov. 70 commencing at one p, m, sharp, Head of Hereford Cows, Calves, Bulls 36 Hereford Stock Cows 32 Spring Calves All Blackleg treated 2 Hereford Herd Bulls These are all high class cattle and you will find some reliable, practical buys in the lot, W.F, Crawf ord-Ora Douglas W* H* Crwatri Au«t.

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