The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on November 23, 1933 · Page 4
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ttte MALVERW L&VD^ MALVEftft, tOW &^^^ m^j^a^^M. »* *d> if |*% narr ti' ' > «ft.«»~-^soap sapper at lll.fi. buartii Acnievccl - ' ^_ W» DWsfo* No. t of tie It. B. Cfr- cie wltt hold a vegetable sett* s*p**r At the entitta Thursday evening, No*. IS. Soup, pte, coffee, sandwiches for J5e. 18-J. 'fjttHlllltrtn tt wiwnnwa . Fred Pierce froto ever north of' Hasttnis was in town Friday. Mr. atd Mrs. Walter Soylaft from southeast of Hastings were ia Matverft Saturday afternoon. Et-Supjervisdr W. fi. McGreW was ot*f from Emerson Saturday attending the late and greeting old friends. las. tTngry from south of Emerson was over attending the sale Saturday and brought over some eltra food Buff Orpingtons that sold lii the sale. 3. W. Wilson ft gon of Wesley CJapel Were In town Satnrday. They brought down some of their *Wn make of sorghum, a lot of which was sold in the sale. Hev. 3. A. E. Cunningham of Strahan was in town Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. frank Cfonse of Strahan wefe here Satnrday shopping *ad visiting friends. You'll be Thankful for these prices typical of the values always available at Collins*. You'll enjoy trad- Ing where you are assured of the utmost val- J»e for your money. Chocolate Covered delicious, 1 lb' « Assorted Chocolates, 29c High quality, 1 lb Wrapped Caramels ..35c True value, 1 lb 29c Milk Chocolate, Halt pound bars.. 20c Milk Chocolate, ' with f\ r ,..—,Z DC au Blade., 25c value, BOTH FOR from now COLLINS Drug Co. Francis Parker from south of Emerson was in Saturday and called to advance his subscription another year. Mr. Parker said that he had Just finished husking his corn the day before, and thst since the wind storm of the Sanda* before, it had certainly been hard work. About seventy-five per cent of his corn had been blown off or blown down and It certainly slowed things up. Where they had been husking ninety to ninety-are bushels per day before the storm, after the storm they were able to get out but about slity-flre bushels per day. A dainty little daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wil son in the Methodist hospital in toes Moiaes, Wednesday. Nov. 8. The little miss weighed seven and one-half pounds and has been named Doris Valeria. Mr. Wilson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wilson southeast of Malrern and Mrs. Wilson Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newell south of Hastings. Both are graduates of the Strahan Consolidated school and have a host of friends In southeastern Mills who join us in eiteadlng congratulations. Perry Bayes of Strahan was In Malvern Saturday afternoon. Dent Kites and Kaye Starr o Hastings were In Malvern Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wright Steveason d Mr, and Mrs. Henry Tucke of Liberal, Kan. visited last week In the home of their niece, Mrs Roy Donner, and with the! nephew, Harley Stevesson, and family. Mrs. Lloyd Mnlholland and daughter, Beverly, Mrs. Bess Mulholland, Mrs. Nolle Woods Miss Alice Bently, and Mrs. 3. A. Fletcher spent Friday In Omaha. Here's your chancel A trial offer of THE OMAHA BEE-NEWS, 70 days Dally and Sunday by mall, on rural routes or In non- carrier boy towns, for only $1.00. 13tf THAHKSfilWHB SPECIALS until Thanksgir- * tt Chil- and Work Shoes and dren's and Infants', Shoes at a discount of _______ SHOE: REPAIRING at the price you want to pay. HALL Shoe Repairing Shoes and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Gregory of Gearing, Nebr. and Mrs. Martha Itankin came Thursday to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. E C. Kineaid. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown o Hastings were in town Saturday doing sotae shopping and visiting friends. Walter Hilton was able to ride Into town Satnrday for the first time since he took sick about * month ago. He is still very weak but seems to be getting along well. Annual Tkaaksfffviag diam* at the Baptist church, 40c. adv. Mrs. lay N. Summers was able to return home from the Ed- mnndson hospital last Thursday and is now convalescing nicely from her recent operation. Miss Clara Wise went to Council Bluffs Friday and spent the afternoon with Miss Ida Ireland in the Edmundson hospital where she Is slowly recovering from a recent operation. Miss Ireland has been doing fine for the past week or so and will soon be able t come home. To accommodate patrons dealr- ing to Visit the INTEttNATlON AL LIVE STOCK EXPOSITION the BURLINGTON ROtTfE will sell round trip coach tickets December 8 and 4, for $9.25. Final return limit —fire days from date of sale. There will also be on sale November 80 to December 8 inclusive, at slightly higher rat«s, round trip ticket* good In sleeping cars upon payment of the usual Pullman fare. Final return limit — midnight December 14. Half fare for children. CON- 8ULT AGENT FOB DETAILS. Miss Dorothy Boehner, student In the Nebraska State University, came In Friday evening and visited until the following day with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Boehner were entertaining their children and families Friday evening with a duck dinner and Dorothy came In to join In the festivities, and get a little visit at borne. Mrs. Andrew Noah received word Saturday morning of th death of her sister, Mrs, Amo lubbard, at Granite Falls, Minn Mrs. Noah had returned a wee irevlous from Granite Palls where she was called by the ill ness of Mrs. Hubbard whose con dltion at .that, time waa consld crif" tn a recent issue of the Ot- uniwa CouHer appeared the aft* pended Very excellent picture of Miss Frances Crotlef, granddaughter of Mrs. Itan Durbln of this city and daughter of Prof, and Mrs. L. 2. drosler of Ot» tumwa. Miss Frances was chosen to play one of the leads in "the Cradle Song" glren by the dramatic club of the Ottumwa high school two different evenings last week. As Miss Frances is a sophomore in the high school it is quite an unusual honor to have such a prominent part assigned her. Miss Frances is also accompanist for the high school orchestra. As she visits here every summer she has many friends here who will be interested in this account of her work. fe«f*ttt €&•*«& Pastor, Lee Roy Bobbin »ow many ennreh feeinbefs would like to hate alt the officers and teachers of the Sunday school •trite and refuse to manage the «4«6r1f theft how would fet lite to hate the church tote to hate no Sunday school* fig on hand Sunday and help inftice the sehoo * success, ft is « success now hut let's make it fadfe successful. Sermon at the usual tltte Sunday morftlng. Come and help make it as unusual sermon and service. the tespef setvlce will be held in th* Baptist ehuwsiu Wh* »et make this a large and powerful service? Malvern has the least union spirit of any place t hate etet lived. Ask yourself why. Does Malvern want any kind of a religious service badly? there is power in a crowd. Nearly «06e people were in the Omaha auditorium Sunday to hear Stanley M. Jones. It Was & wonderful meet- Ing of united Christians. nB y i w* BvfHtj foWETa Sfffsllfg of tfrd CNH Methodist Church you want FAIR PRICES on your supplies for ie Baptist Mr,* and 'Mwrfchartes 'Thorpe of Denver came in Wednesday of last week for a couple of weeks visit with their niece, Mrs. B, E Kline. F. G, Kochersperger of the Champion Hill neighborhood in eastern Mills was in town Saturday, Walter Carl Conner, who has been with the Wilson Hatchery for some time past has taken a position with the Malvern Cleaners as solicitor and delivery man and begun work there this week Mrs, c. C. Rutledge returned from Sheridan, MO. Tuesday morning where she spent a week with relatives and friends, Mrs. Frances Crookham of Glenwood spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. C. M, DINNER Deardorff's haw them Cranberries Dates Candled Pineapple Orange Mince Meat Squashes Candled Citron Candled Cherries Peel Sugar, 10 pounds „„„.„ Guest Ivory Soap, 3 cakes _ DEARDORFF^ VOUR Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Dye and daughter. Virginia, of Omaha vis. ted in the Marion Wise home) Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fletcher or Omaha spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr, aid J. A, Fletcher, Sidney Larson who Is n S*,?"? Bwlw 8ho *- — «" 111 at the home of bis brother Council Bluffs since last day, ™ 1 ? r 'o and Mrs> FQW ' e f* Ottle Bser, fta d Qeorge $»„-, of Omaha were guests }B the I' V- Parsons home Sunday s& ttf&KJSR S U !? r City, Should Have Better Highway Connection Our good friend, D. L. Markel, from south of SHrer City was in town Saturday and we enjoyed a nice little visit with him. Mr. Karkel says they are all Tory anx- ous up that way to have their road, from Sliver City south to Highway 34, graded and surfaced with something so that they also may have an all weather road, t does look as though Silver City were entitled to that consldera- tion. .. Btat Bl J*ce the state took over that road and made it a part of the primary system it Is up to the state Highway Commission to i°« ft £? r tt and se * **"* ». to *"£•! ™* ***** board baa no authoritr om It,or,taw be ab *-—-"-•—* .«\ . j-f Roy 1. dugeler, Paster those of us who went to the meetings of the United Missionary conference at Omaha on Sun day and Monday of this week hate been living on the mountain top. i doubt that any of us could go through these Inspiring experiences without being Impressed again and again with the Insignificance of all other things that really do matter as compared with our right relationship and redemption in Christ The choir will practice with Mrs. Zelma Fletcher on Friday at 7! SO p. m. We do so enjoy the messages in song that our choir irlng us from Sunday to Sunday. Those who render this service Junday after Sunday will perhaps never knoW how much good they' he a* follows: Sunday Hfceol Id a*i wtsfi&ffr at ii *> m., L, Worth League at 4 p. tt. a*d the Vesper sertiee fft the BApttt vfKuTCn «l 6 p* Tu* uDJpf UHSlQllJ from the tinlted Missionary «o*- ference Win be fire* at the ftorft- ing service. Dt. Henry Dal* White will preach at the union service Oar first quarterly confetenee will he on bee. & in the ehnren at t:80 t>. m. t*rwbyt<*ia« Chtttth H«nfy ttele White; Ministef Sunday school at 10. Mowing worship at li. Sermon thinte, "Thanksgiving" Or *'<5ount teat Bfesstnis.* Special music for the occasion. Union tespef services at 6 p. m. All members of church and congregation cordially Invited to jmrtlcipate i» this service. Mr. White's subject is "the Supreme Business of Living." The Mai Tern PtesbyteHatt church tad Sunday school hate enjoyed the unique and helpful services of Miss Marlon Slack, now Mrs. Dr. John W. Innes, for many years. As she and her husband move from Malvern to fiv- anston, 111. this week we wish to assure her that her many kind and beautiful deeds in our com* tnunlty wilt long be gratefully remembered, Realising that a vain- able and efficient helper is entering a new and possibly larger sphere of influence In her activities as Mrs. Innes we are grate, ftil that volunteers are coming forward to assume responsible* ties and service in the organisa- tions of the church. The Christian Endeavor Socl- ety meets at the close of the vespers. The Session of the church is asked to meet in the church Sunday afternoon at 4:16 for a half nour conference before the vesper service. Specials for All COX Grocery Mafcen — Phdne § Frc»h Bulb Date*, Monareh G«i*t!nt Pgtigit, ban ^ Fancv SuftkUt Orange* I m«d!um size, ' ^ owtt _.XM.»XMO. ^.^j-^ iML Bananas, aJPr**- .«&*« W <K W 4 Soda ..S3c Great Northern Beans.TB lb*. Hardwater Toilet Soap. 6 bars your Thanksgiving Shopping here. We pay t8c cash for cream, 20c cadi for _. *»*•or 22c in trade. These price* subject to mar. Another Big Step Forward in frovidine BETTER entertainment for New and Better f" JSrl ssanj with; thta ment of unds^br relief wok. . J ' M ' and little son drove to Clar- Inda, Sunday to visit relative. You can supply your needs for the ThinkigiviDE Speciil hwri., Fri,, Sat Nov. 30, Dec, 1 and 2 Nice, juicy Beef steaks, . per ound: Turkeys, qp »n4 ? Mrs. Rosa LJjjJe ; ', tf - -' ~-*&gfiem

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