The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on November 16, 1933 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1933
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ST R AH AN Uftien Meets with Mt*. Stjrfe* M Ho*t*w the regfttlat meeting of tbe Ladies' Union was held at the chhrch last Wednesday and nos- iesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Perry Bayes and daughter, Aleta. the meeting was called to 'order by the president, Mrs. Howard Kayton, and reports read. It was toted to pay $16 into the cnnrcti budget, this with a previous cnns'cn collection of |10 wilt be paid on the insurance for the church, tto other plans were made at this time and after the business meeting was over the remainder of the afternoon was spent in visiting. At the close the hostesses assisted by Mrs. Dale Jjaugblin, served refreshments of sandwiches, pickles, two kinds of cake, fruit salad with whipped cream and coffee. the next regular meeting will be held Nov. 22 at the home of Miss tnes Bradley who will be assisted In serving by Mrs. Will Bradley. One new member, Mrs. M. M. Butts, was added to the membership list at the last meeting. E MPRESO THEATER 5 MALVEHN. IOWA FRIDAY • SATURDAY Another hard ridln' western — Buck Jono* in "UNKNOWN VALLEY" Plenty of excitement. Also ft comedy. JOc and 8Sc. SUNDAY - MONDAY Let wintry winds blow. Here's CLARK GABLE and JEAN HARLOW in another •inter, "MOLD YOUR MAN" You'll thrill Mid thrill at the romance of thet* two favorite*, And a comedy, too and 2Sc, WEDNESDAY ONLY •Mystery to spare In tht* ex. citing NEW play for om- B*rgaln Night, Olive Brook, George Raft, Helen Vtnaon la Adni. Be Mid lOc, KEEP tHT3 SECRET. We've got an important Announcement for yon shortly. D«lamatof? Cofttett* fte*t afttt the dates for the preliminary or elimination declamatory contests of the Straban schools hate been set fof tttesday and Thursday of next week, Nov. 21 atrd 28. the oratorical and dramatic classes will speak the first night and the humorous class Thursday night. the programs will begin at 7:45 p. m. and admission charge of five! cents Will be charged for each session, there are sit contests in the oratorical class, thirteen in the dramatic, and thirteen In the humorous. For list of names see their ad in this Issue. Come out and hear these young people. Irdfo will sure get your money's worth. High School New* the high school had several visitors this week, they were Edna Hambsch, a member of last year's graduating class, Vera and Pauline Pollltt, and Mrs. William Harrltnan. Mr. Coxon to Mr. Eggers: "How did you ever get your basketball boys clean after that game last Friday night?" Mr. Eggers: "What do you think 1 have a scrub team for?" Grade New* Wandalee Nosekabel from the sixth grade was out last week because of illness. the sixth grade pupils are making geography notebooks, they will include graphs, maps, pictures, and outlines. Josephine Dye, reporter. * Mr. ftttd Mrs. Wflftt Dye *ftd Mr*. Wftl Wolfe were tt S**B**- doah Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jofcnto* were Sunday visitors to the H. f. Barnard hoifte eftst of StraBaft. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. WedewrHst atrd babt sti& Mr. a*d Mrs. Frati* JoanSoa were Sunday dinner guests in the Koine of Mr. and Mrs. 3. W. Mayfteld in tabor. mm there were no church servtces Sunday. Ret. Mr. NesWt ha* been snfterlng with an attack of lura- bafo the past week but is some better at this time. Mr. and Mrs. i, B. Flckel, Mr. and Mrs. June Fickel, and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Flckel. Lawrence and Jack enjoyed Sundayjaiungf with Mr. a«* Mrt. tAwrtttef Sitt-4 yets in ItiH-erft. Mr. and Mr*. O«o. fStrlet were dinner guests SftwSs* tft tfce Lynn Parker ho«6. Matffte Leti speni tfr* we»k itii with DeLorfs MePnerren ne** Ofenwood. Mrs. W«rd Fft*Sl r »«ft* CWt, and Mrs. Citato* Patte* iftteft««f« a fneetme of 4-H leaders in Maltern thttrtday wftete *tt*« Wet» made fof the eoaiin* year. the Sfterman Stonetteakefs Were released from duarrttiae Saturday. Joan retnrned to school this week and Freda who has been stayiftg in town tetutiwi home. Bdna Clark and Mrs. Claude Wilson gate the first lesson ia the woman's wotk to the ladles of Anderson township at the John Clark home. EMERSON Fire v Black Barber Shop Homer Black had a narrow escape from flre in his barber shop Saturday night. He thought they left things all right Saturday night when they closed about 11 o'clock, but the next morning a little before 7 he came down and discovered the room filled with smoke, and a merry flre going. Either a clgaret stub dropped on the floor or something else equally Inflammable had started a flre and it burned entirely through the floor and was starting up the wall when he discovered it. It had burned a hole about two feet across. Fortunately he bad a small piece of hose attached to his lavatory faucet and he quickly turned on the water and soon had the flre out. It was a close call. Honoring the birthday of their son, Russell, Mr, and Mrs. Andy Fleming entertained friends at dinner Sunday. Quests were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fleming and two children, Mrs. Grace Irvin and children, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bellknap and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Claire Jones and baby, Donald Ray, Arthur Bradley and Bisters, Mrs. Horace Bacrett, Mrs. Sadie Warfleld, and Miss Ine* Bradley, were Omaha shopper* last Wednesday. Mr*. Morris Woodnll, Mr*. Barl tlmson, and Mr*. Asa Smith were in tabor Monday, Mrs, Buford Pettigrew and Mrs. Mason Butts expect to leave Friday for Detroit, Mich, and w atop enroute at St. Lout* to visit with relatives, the Shumate family, They expect to be gone a week or ten days. Mr. and Mr*. Arlln Miller and Mr*. Raymond Laughlln attend' ed the funeral of Mrs, Bessie Hodge in Qlenwood last Wednesday. Mrs. Hodge was formerly Bessie Ettleman, a niece of Mr. 1 and Mrs, Oscar Briley, StraJian High School Declamatory CONTESTS in the High School Auditorium next Tuesday and Thursday Nov. 21 — 7:45 p. m. — Nov. 23 will be held tuesday Oratorical and Dramatic sections evening. ORATORICAL Delmas Costello Earl Watts DRAM AtlC Norma Shaul Dorothy Nagel Brma Wbitebijl Helen Laughlln Angus HUMO ROUS This section will be heard Thursday evening, Edward Piburn Wilbur Whttbaa Marjorie Laughlln Dorothy Wilson Glovanua Cunningham Margaret Richard Barnard Lulu Bradley Geraldlne Bell Carol Jean Olson Ruth Wiseman Gertrude Heaton Anna Rose Bass Clyde Hatten Nelle Mae Moore Ila Hartley Jeanette Shook Tbora Cunningham Vera Wiseman VIrgie BrJley Robert Barnard Donald Piburn Josephine Dye Meredith pollitt WlJma Bradley Paul Dale Moore The public is cordially invited to each contest- Admission is 5c for each session. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Comer and the letter's sister, Mrs. Pearl Scoles, of Red Oak returned Sunday from St. Louis, Mo. where they went to visit Mrs. Scoles* son, DeWayne, and wife over the week end. De-Wayne is In a school tor undertaking and seems to be getting along fine and likes the work very much. Mr. and Mrs. Will Crawford and daughter, Lenora, of Oris- wold spent the week end with their daughter, Mrs. M. D, Lang. Miss Dorothy Briggs, R. N., of Red Oak spent Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mr. and Mr*. Billy Steen of La- vinta came last week to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hossle. Billy is husking corn for Mr. Hossle. A few friends surprised Mr*. Otis Butcher thursday evening at her home. A jolly evening was spent, Mrs. torn Eaton and little son, Melvln, of Veteran, Wyo. came thursday to visit her mother, Mrs. Susan Burton, EAST LIBERTY East U ethodist Church Our young people should plan to attend the Older Boya' and Girls' conference at Emerson Nov. 22. the program appears in this paper, those in high school wilt be excused to go for the day. Please keep in mind the Sunday School Institute at Malvern Dec. 13. Mr. Hutton will be present and U will pay all Sunday school workers to be present. Plan to come to church next Sunday at 10. We need your presence and inspiration, the pastor .will preach on "the Need of a Revival of Religion." Church school at 11 with a fine lesson on the subject, "Seeking and Finding God." Do you have a church homeT If not we extend to yon a most cordial welcome to make this Briggs. Dorothy is night nurae in [<*««* 7°*' aplritual home, the Murphy Memorial hospital. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Brunnow of Council Bluffs spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parent*. Mr, and Mr*. R. B, Good, and Mrs, H. C. Rick* Bluffs Celebrated Birthday of Mr*. Laura Kerney of it wee two or fftritt jftotttin *'iro ft fmtr*v«* tnrt Uttatte to fet a* cTrtfd BUM* yet. Seteral <* t*e fttfiK&e* fttfe We** tn fe«t FWdiat **d t1rtKSk*4 ****** irt fefis OT ott C&¥li TOT Dcffi Wnf€n aft »«**- mureh appreciated, ffcwe frelirtfit w*fi& tft« wott Were: JfU iftffnd 8*ft, Chatiey Sett, lUnfce sett, fcarl 6tt**<», Ma* tfeetaer, Lto»£ fcalaaii, W». Ctay, fclt<m Clay, let tta»*«frt, 0. M. ffev 806, W. M. M ftdfftfclft, C%tfe l*«k- toft, Art* d»y» Mno Bchici, 8tet« gaiae*, Dale ttottt, and Fieldton MePnerron. Birthday DifiiWftW FfftdafldK fi, W, Sell and family drote up from near Pereitat Sunday to tieipate in the birthday cell tion at the Fred sett home, the affair was in honor of the twin brothers, Fred and Kenneth sell, of this vicinity, there were fifty relatives present to enjoy the occasion, tnost of them living here or near silver City of olenwobd. those who Went took along well filled basket* and a bountiful birthday dinner was served at the noon hour, ft was a tery pleasant reunion for all concerned. for Htk_~^*..~M irWH.1 With !t&ie Dfop MISCELLANEOUS IciM, PnoUHl f f tt«at Mafttet* I** Miftfrfi. . „ «*i*^ti«d Maytag*, m& trie or fam AH* otfref Sake*._ i Buy Ret a Hew M*tta* tot * nve*tte« of §«»**• get efteefs of WeWert fafflfwaft at tJMcaffr, F«day, Oct. it, H. % Siadan, e**frra*a ri trknsJConitftental PMifftie* A»- socf atfdn and of tn» WeHef* ft* freftf ef As«««a*tlo*, aMouftesd 1 f*> fn paswfigsr far** IS Dr. and Mrs. Warden Rlmel drote up from Bedford Sunday and spent a few hours With his parent*, Mr, and Mr*. Oeo. W. Rlmel. Mr, Rlmel ha* not been so well the past week. Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Nelson and Ethel were visitors in Malvern Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mr*. 8. R. Hurst. Mr, and Mrs. J, 0. Whltesldes and Dwight of Omaha were din* ner guest* Sunday at the home of his mother and brother, Mr*. Catherine Whltesldes and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. 8. P. Stranathan, Jean Anne Diamond, and Wayne Stranathan of Glenwood were din* ner guest* Sunday of Mr. and Mr*. Frank Du V»1. Mr. and Mr*. W. H. AddftJon to thote an*dtriJc*d alter 1 t&tetffit t>i ti» Wettera elation of Railway fetewrttt** eft Oct. «, efeetfts fife*. i, as fo1- iow*. Alt year excursion fare* Milk nine months ilrait to and from J»aeiflc Coast, At radical i-tdnc- tions. ticket* will t» *ood in an egriiptftent. the pfesent tonttd trip fats lot eiainple from Cnt- (•ago to Callfortia Is $144; nndef the redaction, the rate Will liii. Ronnd trip fare* with ten day limit will be applied between al! points in the West on basis of 2 cents per mile in each direction. Slightly higher fares for longer limits. For ibe thanksgiving period, 2 cent tare tickets in each dlrec* tioit witt tie sold Not, 28 to With a limit of ten days. For the Christmas and New Year holiday period, a fate ef 2 cents per aite In each direction wa* atttherited. tickets will be on Bale frdw Oe«, 14 t» latt. 1, with a return litait to Ian, 16, This is the lowest holiday rate eter named by the Western lints. All winter excursion rates to Southwest territory, such as Texas and Mexico points, will be reduced approximately 20 per cent, the passenger representa- tlYes are now working on cheap flummer rates, which will be announced later, these rates will apply on all roads west o! Chicago, St. Louis, Memphis, and New Orleans. M*JtB« Mttt will accept flte (6} bushels good com in change fof A 41 lb. Met: of Sottf. I8tf. C*k» — Mood made, unfrotted, *5e per pound. Order sow. — Mrs. M, A. Coleinan, Henderson. tj_ trwd CATS —Model A 1626 Fordot sedan; 1928 Willys- Knight coach, both in excellent condition and priced to sell, Would trade.— R. W. Casebolt, Henderson. 18*1. Rendering Wks.t Bh«n< andoah, Phone 628, Reverse long distance charge* to us. Let us haul your dead animal*, Call fof one hog appreciated. Fresh tank* age for sale at all time*. 10*6. _ . the Gulf Stream, one of the most powerful of ocean current*, Mr. and Mrs. R. M, Shlpman were Red Oak visitor* Saturday, Mr*. George R, Davis visited her sister, Mrs, Llllle Rae, in Red Oak thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burgh of Kansas City spent a few days last week in the home of her brother, Otis Butcher, Dr. C. C. Madsen had business in Omaha Saturday. Mrs. Paul Jones and Mrs. B. R, Shook spent Thursday in Omaha. D. C. Coppage, L, B. Rice, and B. W. Elklns attended a Shell Oil convention in Omaha Thursday evening. Mrs. Henry Schick and daugh- Mrs. twenty guest* Sunday at the home of hi* sister, Mr*. Will Schiermeler, and husband near Silver City. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Lookablll and Ruth«wefe dinner guests in Hastings Sunday at the home of hi* parent*, Mr, and Mr*. J. P. Lookablll. Nathan Sell wishes to express hi* most sincere appreciation for the kindness of the men who came and shucked corn for him Friday. He i* very grateful to each one for the help, Fred Clark and family from south of Raiting* and the Miue* Fannie and Cape Hatteras to the northward until it reaches the North Atlantic, where it finally dissipates itself in the water* of western Europe. Person* who have ___„ book* belonging to the Malvern Choral Society are requested to return them to the Society or. to L*T*w«i1 . *** i f ".iCa, *_»«. i 1 * ..-uvr-tf A r ».i arrived, to apend the afternoon with her thus honoring ner seventy-fifth birthday which was Sunday, Nov. 18, the affair was planned by her daughter, Joale, who was ably assisted by several other ladies. Much of the time waa spent in social conversation and eacn lady wrote and read a birthday greeting, the unwrapping of the many pretty gifts by the gueat of honor, all of which she greatly appreciated, were enjoyed not only by her but by each one present, there were also a goodly number of cards and greetings from friends and distant relatives. When one lady suggested that it was then in or- ter, Mrs. Roy TIttsworth, spent I der for Mrs, Kerney to make a Cold Drafts mean Higher Fuel Bills GOOD COAL Economical Fuel We parry Ibj bwt, *rftde» of Wan Yimuta, iutugl» aoA low* ce»i is* MB» Besides belpg unoomlort- able, cold draftf around windows and dwr* ift* dlcftte higher fuel WIU. Storm Sft«h Storm Doori Thursday with Mrs. R. McPher» son in Red Oak. Rev. L. B. Ripley went to Fullerton, Nebr. Saturday to conduct revival meetings for two weeks. Mrs. Fred Dickersbach and sons of Malvern visited Sunday with her aunt, Mrs, Susan Bur* ton, Mrs. H. F. Cheney and Miss Jeanette Carson went to Lincoln Friday evening to atttend the homecoming at the University of Nebraska. J. L. Evans and son, Marion, K, A. Evans, and W. W. Abel returned Saturday from the lakes of northern Iowa where they spent a few days hunting pheasants. Mrs. Margaret Whitney went to Council Bluffs Tuesday to spend a few days with her daugh,* er. Mr. and Mrs, Wi!b«r Morrison pent Tuesday and Wednesday in Omaha. C. Hascali returned Wednesday from Brtcson, speech she responded by inviting the guests to return and help her celebrate her eightieth birthday, Delicious refreshments consisting of fruit salad, light and dark cake, tea and coffee were served, It was a beautiful day and a Tery pleasant affair for all concerned, the guests departed wishing Mrs, .Kerney many more happy birthday anniversaries. Those present were; Meadames F. G, Barnes and Lois, Frank Du* Vaj. R, K. Henderson, R, A. Stosr- ritt and Catherine, 14. H, Latch* aw, W. H. Clay, L. a, Adams, W. H. Nagle, Fre4 Cook Bolqres, E. C. Seaton, WJH Luts s»4 Jyn, W. H. M«.d4o«*9 t Q, son, Prank Raines, A. L., and Walter, A* R, Bird, f. & CJure, Cly4e Barger, B, $, Jfc, Fall, C. N. WWtesiaes, Hftfry #84 ...tKjaw&B&Sm Nagle. - V> -.„'' w -* ,f*j Mr. and Mr*. M, B. Latehaw and Evelyn made » trip to Sben- andoah Saturday, Mrs, Laura Kerney and Joslo were entertained at dinner in Glenwood Sunday at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Winnie Moore. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brower and Ernest. The occasion was in honor of Mrs. Kerney, Sunday being her seventy-fifth birthday, Mrs, Laura Smith of Oregon came Sunday evening to make an extended visit in the home of her siater-Jn-Jsw, Mrs, Hattle Hascall. Mrs. Amelia Barn* leu Tuesday ?or Long Beach, Calif, to spend the winter. C, A. Ronk moved last week from Malvern to the B, B. Puna house. HILLSDALE Mrs, Win, Fitter of OJty Yirite4 Iwit Thurs4ay the Misses Btta, aa4 peayj J Miss Margaret fistes waj able to he brougflt hpme from the pital Sunday, ,< Mrs. Ljittr» Shepard Mr. &»d Mrs. Arleigh and Pbildrep at (JJaner will stop drtlti for thamjatva* WUy Ift. ^BJ^B-SP ^f^^^f^jKH^- '^^^^^ffffr- -^B^R-^^^^P^P^f^^i^^k^P^^ -- ^^j^^jH^^f 1 * W* fi *t* n* where be sneat several week*; .ooklng after business. Mrs, 1. R. Blrdsall was quite sick 8«aday but is reported to ha feeling better again. Ora Douila* suttered » Friday evening and *wai back to the hospital in 8*t«rd»y. moraJ many 14*94* are wt»hiaf bl» CLASSIFIED ADS ordafeptai^piece'of'propeirtfll Mills County, *.:•> v; - ,'-?• ', >f|U« County Abstract Co. (Member of the American title Assn. and Iowa title Assn.) Gleiiwood, Iowa, 48tf, For Bale *- Pure bred Hampshire spring boar*.'At the farm £ mile* northeast of Maltem on Highway 34,—Lee A, Roland, latf. For Bnlo—-Pure bred yearling Poland China boar.—4. F, Wearin, Malvern., 17-1. & "3 yl f i . 1* _f£ J? -EC-1 1 For Sale — Cheater .White spring boar*. — Phone 179-F6, Oscar Leu. 14tt For Sale—• Big bodied Cheater White boar*. — R, B. tubbi. Dm* erson, la. 17-*. For Sale—IS big husky Hampshire spring boar*, Immuned. Priced to Mil, J, N. Summer*, 16-4 STOVES For Bale—Hard coal stove. May be teen at Kllmartin'* Seed, House.— Phone 184-F8J, Mr*, SEEDS AND FEEDS POULTRY TROUBLES? Roup, Worms, I4ce t Simple, Colds—They are ,™*^ no Mystery to us I/; ' „ ,' Com© bC*f^l w£ - •• , ^ta?r§ S.Clem Drugs I, Shapcott aud Ma4eHn,9, Rey, F, a. Barnes an lyn Latchaw the in the Malvern Sale Bam commencing at one o'clock p, ra, brwka White Fa r**r%fmv.».i'^B^pa«*» * • f!r . + a - Eroerww Ugioo ^

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