The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on December 7, 1933 · Page 7
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 7

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1933
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M ALVERK LfiAtm MAt ERSON tb* on burttt fit tfcft lorBtc* ttttsfiafrt New* ied School to Witif MK|£Hi»«l if id if. A was flV«fi iSfeiSot an- betdr* fniWtftivlftt; fft* - vacation. * i it 8:16 o'clock «a tfotW at 4 e'etoe*. high u u the attended. onf »u»l« tt»ttnictw t ttlw Morgan, lad th* fW8B ltn|3ii|. Joye* Wet* •on afiJ LitilB'WIraniien played an InstflaHeaUiliet atttf which Rev. K. B, NftsWtt of Wwley Chapel talkftd ltd a* on Thanks' • Dr. Fresco of Carson WM fa town SAtof day. tfri. Georgia WtlkiMO* and tfcfefly vlsfted bet sister and fam- tft in Omaha Tharsdny. - Sandy Walker and Wife visfted Mend* here Friday. Mrs. C. B. Bdraondsotj and daughter, Grace, bad business in Carson Tuesday. Mies Daltiager, a format teacher In otir school, visited here Wednesday evening. Mrs. lap Dtntord has bten reported fltHte poorly of late. Wilbura House? and family were guests Thursday tor dinner fit the John Evans home in Emerson. Helen Driver ot Carter take was a visitor here Wednesday, Mrs. AH Davis reports that $26 collected in Henderson fot Th« foiiowin* pupils ot the fifth and viftlh, grade* were neither iB**Biiao> tardy during the leoofid iW wwks period ot the Mhool"y«*ri fifth grade; Lor* etta OodditihtiV JsMettl Oxford, Helen. 8lmmolid»,-K*Uileen Walter, Dal^ 8y«rf^ teverett Conner, ••*• J ***»»*^r - f»»] f ••»• »»f i «v v-»>• •*»•» - t ^ir^r ••••-»• y Doyle «dmond»ii, P r a n k 1 fn JSk ,ki i .r ••*•-» jTI;_Jtiil m^ ^k ,. ^ JS^k _ ».. ._ u.*«- mrirf •-• p 0-f w, »M wp •«•••« v «y> -*v •«•*->•••••-• Oravltt, MorrJl Harbor, Kenneth Nelson, LyleiTBowers, and J<loyd Stephen*.: BlithS grade j Ora Sim* monds, ; L«ttratne; Taylor, Merl Core, • Charter Lemert, Kenneth Parker, mncii; Sbehan, Chester Taylor.^Donald Taylor, and Mor- '' ' ris - •, The »Utth;grade made sample / for Thanksgiving from directions given in a read- Ing •tory,%«t 1 hanksglvlng Fa? ; TOM,'^:^'^^^' ' • • • f r?|e»ttropeilrtl»*,ito»lo ^f rtudy In , the; fifth grad,e geography clan. *S ^ J^y i ' ' - -, *- |l3«P^ Kl« ToDetriee — A toll Hne,ao;c«nt.;- at Wheelers, adv. Mrs; John Rainbow and Mrs. -' Monday^morntng to . take iul>Ralnbow!back to his *chool •""-*"-' '-"---- T ' lvlng with oft vM fl dulftu «TW off* fto teaige wM dote. tfe« fife dfr t waa caHed a*d «rttn- the fire with JJafrtt Mt ********* E M E R S 0 N W,ltC, the Woman's Relief Corps Ko. 214, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic* met. in regular session Saturday the Red cross during the cam* palgn. May Farrington who works in the Joe Edmondson home visited hef parent* from Thursday an* tit Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Perkins were In Omaha Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Dal Redman ot Avoca visited friends and rei*> lives here Tuesday. Roy Viner and family and Dave Jenkins and family were guest* Thursday for dinner in the Lydla Matwell home at Glenwood. Ralph La Hue and family ten the first ot the week tor their home in Minnesota after a weeks visit here. Vern Outfey and family came in'from Dakota recently and expect to locate here. They have been in Dakota tor several years and report having had many crop failures. Mrs. Ouffey 1s the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Anderson. Lent Putnam and family ot Oakland visited in the Maude Ktndlgg home Thursday. Loraine and Alice Amlck returned Monday to their school work In Tarklo, Mo. after (pending a few day* with home folk*. The teacher* of the Wale* school put on a play at Wales Tuesday evening. The fund* will be used for athletic work in the school. - ",••"" , Jim Simmon* was havlhg^den tal work done in Omaha day. * '*• • U*,.M t Zell Bolton and family, ot'near .Oakland visited ; relative* -here ..ZIi ** . _ T -*v fJ F-^&>*-3ft»<; f ,-S*feJ L¥"g*? the meeting WAS called I/a order by the president, Thttt** Bdle. the officers fof the coining yeat were elected a* follow*! President, Pearl Wilklfi*. senior vice presidMit, Thar** Junior vice president, Rosa Clite*. Treasurer, Ida Belle stoke*, chaplain, Roberto KeUenbat* eighth Kfitght e*l«t,fated her Sitwday *ft«t" ger, conductor, Kettle Burton, Guard, Kate Hicks. The appointive officers will be given later, After the work A pot tuck luncheon was served by * birthday committee. On Wednesday an ail day meet- lag will h* held at the home of Mrs. Lyle Wilklns. Pads tor the soldiers' hospital and scrap books tor the children's hospital will be made. Also bring a toy tor the same. A pot luck dinner will be •erred. A good attendance to desired. Darwin, Helen, and Glen Baa- call returned Sunday^* evening from Brlcson, Nebr. where'they spent a tew daya with their brothers, Paul and John. Miss Doris McDowell of Lincoln spent Thanksgiving day with her mother, Mw. Clara McDowell. Mrs 1 . John Taylor and daughter, Marjorie, were Omaha visitors Friday. •The regular monthly business netting of the Legion Auxiliary will' be held * Friday -afternoon, Dee. 9, at the home- of Mrs. B. B. Birdsell. A'good attendance is desired, , ' "s^"' , "• '., 'Miss Bdna Douglas ot Council Blufti spent the Thanksglrtpg vacation here with her parents, Mr or* »wpr,>nt*rMrr and 'Mr*. t .. L, South >«re s^ A" birthday dinner 8«nday-at the Carl Isaacso jn. ihgwjr o|||rf, Hlnn|f0 seyenty-flecpnd birthday and also her fraBddauBbter, Eunice Isaac' "I * Ward ,Cunnln«ba.niv and' family ' " >»9i»tjjvet in; CouneO Bluffs ,„ ,, „' Christian',,' L$ dies'; AW c So« icleiy enjeye-d a pot Jwc|f":i«Bcb at tbelr weeting. Wednesday afternoon, Roast cbi<*98Witb All the » » visitors were 'present* ;»?|w Wift^to;^*^!^* H ren «.••. A, , > • £?'. m '--' WflMJB&UKjMllB* ^Ifiv^r^ iiBtfi^miBmgltitK Qua hott« oi fi«f |«»ht« f Mr, and M» ( tt* tf, Kaifte. Art th« «hi^ dteH ffl the third and fourth grades Were intttsd; %lso Miss Grace fiteaff and Miss Maft Arneel. »*»«« Wt«« played and & good time eajoftd. Dainty re- tf*hments «*«sllftf ot lea cteain ftftd cak« Were served. Thtrty children* Were ptesent. ttelea received /k number of pt etty glttt to Mfteiaber the oo* Mfc *nd ttrt. Ftta* fiofttngton ftnt*rttfiSed Mr. and Mr*. Rolttn ^Rj-j"jfc|ff||- | 'g | -*-fl|||a- ii&.jl jfj_ KJL*"J"h Sl.lV it HM^ BDoiDglon ana immiiy vsa mr. And ttrt. Cn*H«y gotiftftoa it 'dlftte* tfeanksgiviftg. Mr. teet fof cafifotatt. H>. and Mt*. Met f *tkl« ItifttyH lett of Oleftwee* at . S. afid Artift* Howard and Mr*. MaHe Ltrlwn Were thanksgiving tue«t« ot Iff. and ttfit. Edwin Howard and Francis fidwin. Mf. fthd Urn. Clsndfl Brooks had M Sunday dinner guest* Mr. ud MM. cbatlw cote* attd* UA(|» ils' ' «**«* M» ffttfti VWtttoft «tt* M Mr. *Ad ttrt. I. **«* in na«***• , . . fit- Wft, ats» wttfc in ***t, An. Roy Arfe*« H*iKNfli»* w»« *!**»• au«y snrprteed Srttdat wnw tfif ttcttb*r* ot fter Sunday ««b«ot "BufMters." cats* «•* oiiiBrQI>7 »-«— — trtwifltai wlrete *h« ted b*«n t«*t let <ttf*. fc ployi 8t*c*fn*f», iv& -ot Roy - »- Blartfcan, MtAl taken te tfc« . t%« **«« . Mttttrtted to the re- motal of nt« apf endl*. Wayu<j Hilton and t)»tl««ift V«fttM «^B»t Stinday tuning iHti feiallves of Mil* Ventls at lift. __ Imogene - S. E. Mills Fuo*ral Thursday f of r*. H»ye» «™.» coat** Tetarned td Omaha Sunday to feittine his studies at the tnlvefsitfiof Omaha, . Miss Winnlfred Hatfieid ao» eompanled Miss Marjorle Taylor Sunday aft«raoon ! to resume their school work, Witmitred teaches at Pent and Marjorie teaches at Mrs. Delia WiUon and family ot Irwln *peat Friday here wita her parents, Jir, and Mr*. R. 0. Smith, ; Ooming —What? Chicken pie •upper and bataar; given by the Woman'* Reliet 'Corp*. When — Deo, ,19, 1«*8. Where att Watch next week**, paper. Come and bring the whole family, and buy your Christmas gifts at home. Pearl Abel ot Tenstrlke, Minn, came Monday called by the serious lllne** ot hi* mother, Mrs. Clara Abel. « Mr, and Mr*. R. O. Grant returned, to their home near Corning . Wednesday after spending two week* In* the M. B. Shannon home where' Mr.. Grant helped husk corn for Mr. Shannon. The Order of the Eastern'Star sponsored*a benefit bridge party at their ball Monday evening. Seventy-five guests were present, Dainty refreshment* consisting ot hot rolls, salad, .cookies, and coffee were the committee, Quest* from;'out ot town* were, Mesdames;B,,M. Coppage, R. O. Debb*,'CJxa*, ;Reeae, P, ."A^j-M*- » ~"^ *»•»"_• "liir— —?*5**•?--—i- -»* i «*»i-»•**-»•«' ney.'aBflsJr Funeral tervice* tor Mrs. Eltca Hayes were held from the tteth* edtst church Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock conducted by RftV. 0. FY Howard, Bhs I* *urvlved by her three sons, Bad of Grlswdld, Frank and We*, and a daughter, Mrs. Ida Hillary, of Imogene. The remain* were laid to rest la the Imogen e cemetery. Box Supper Net* $16.60 The joint box (upper and program given by Mis* Mae Maher and pupils of Honey Creek school and Ml** Mildred Bheppard and pupil* of Morning Star «ehoot last Monday evening, was well attended and much enjoyed by all prevent. Thomas O'Connor was the auctioneer and boxes sold well. The proceeds of the evening were $16.60 which will be divided between the two. schools and equipment for the playgrounds will be purchased. John Delehant, leading attorney ot Beatrice, Nebr. and a nephew ot Miss Anna and Andrew Delehant of Imogene received great honor* .when, he was inves- tured as a Knight of St. Gregory, Tuesday, Nov. 28. Many clergy and other dignitaries ot the Catholic church attended the ceremony which. took place In St. Josephs Catholic church in Beatrice. After the ceremony a banquet was given at the Paddock hotel in his honor. Mr. Delehant is one ot the- leading members ot the Knight* of Columbus la Nebras- Two Mor* in HoeptUl Tuesday lame* Patrick and Micheal Martin accompanied by their grandmother, Mr*. C. 0. Maher, aad Mis* Anna dtove to Council Bluff* to see Joseph Mar' tin who was recovering from a siege ot pneumonia and an operation for appendicitis in Mercy hospital. Micheal had been feeling bad since Sunday and when he reached Council Bluff* his par* cut* who were still there with Joseph bad htm given medical aid aad Wednesday afternoon he also was operated on for appendicitis. «... On Thursday morning Ralph, oldest son ot Mr. and Mr*. Willie Laughlin, also underwent an operation for appendicitis and Leo Hughe* who was reported taken to Mercy hospital last week was taken to St. Catherine* hospital in Omaha. All are reported doing nicely. dfnieer wtth few and help Her «*• «Dtete b« birthday. All fe*t twe ol tfte ela** were freeeut Ma « bounteotrt dinner was served if Attends mother, the aftertoos wa* spent in * ftoOtt wit wltH staging and vttttfng a»4 tit young *«ipl* wttned Artefti mant mote happy Birthday*. • It, B. and dertftde McLUs took Wand* Kochef tporg** Id he* home In Strabaa Sundif atte** noott via team and buggy. Other* te*orted to y* olde «m« buggy to get children back to school. Alfred Griffin* -nterOtln»a ai •upper thaiik*ttviag evening «« Lon Hatfleld family. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kelto* e| Piattsmonth arrived Wedaesdaf, eteftiaf tot a visit with the totter*'» mother, Mr*. Ro«a Boyef, of Emerson. Thursday morning another daughter, Mrs. Laura Duagaa, and her husband ot Car* son joined them and it wa* * happy thanksgiving day; also the eighty-fifth anniversary et Mr*. Boyer'* birth. Her many friend* rejoice with the children that she i* spared to us and is la fairly good health. Miss Anna Delebant who has been quite sick is able to be up some each day. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hart and daughter, Doris, of Shenandoah, Mr. and Mrs. Will Comstock, and Oust Tillman ot Essex ate Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Comstock. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Collins of Dubuque spent several days here last week visiting his father, Ned Collins, and wife. WESLEY CHAPa Church N«wa The regular communion service will be held next Sunday. It was postponed from last Sunday on account ot the rainy day. There was a fine attendance at the supper and program at the church Thanksgiving night and all teemed to enjoy the occasion very much. M. Guy Martin ot Avoca assisted on the program with some of his orchestra mem* hers, Mrs. 0. H. Amlck gave ft reading and Jeannette Luther sang a solo -as a part of the pro* gram. CHAMPION HILL Joe McLain, Joe Allen, Wanda and Jean Kocberaperger, and *».. ._ _ •« • _^T - --- -^- Al. . _v.•>(•« -*itt A> Elva Wilson, Pauline Sowers, Jeanette and Arthur Luther, students at Simpson college, returned to their work Monday after spending Thanksgiving vacation with their parents. > The Thanksgiving .upper and entertainment was enjoyed by ft targe attendance at Wedley Thursday evening. , Mr. and Mrs. Melvln McOrew and children and Rev. and Mm. Schaub and daughter visited relatives and friends over Thanks- Mr r ,a»4 Mrs,,j. B. Flckel anj Ma.ry;oibson. • Mrs, Ivft Patterson ot -Council Bluffs spent Tbanbj|tjTlng 'day with her parwMr Mr. "ana 'Mrs. Randolph Balmojs,, ^"^y^^-i i'Paul Carson Upent ThaakBgiy- ing day hero with, his family, His work with the Federal Land banlc takes Wm awayi* pre«t ^ejj : 9t \ the time, ^. ^\.->'v^««c:/'''\'V Mr, wd Mr-,' Eyer&tt^symlrf And family spejit/TtjankBflYj »g; y in A Dlxon, ? Mrst^oU, son ; of Red Oak. a. John- of ^ DarWo.o'd Henry Monday Burton borne; ParwpQd la a. grandson (row 1 " bome Monday to With '^W mother, Mrs, « Oertrudf ; Lang, , wWl? con- recent appendix , R,.Qrlpftpn, Mr, |*ri?, Q; F, Barns.^Mrs, U L. ;B*Ir4 were Mr. parents, The Americas, ed ft na ' was bprn r: WlHle We extend ' , worth or Br^dv^w Mr, ftR4 Mrs- 61s UMftUui *w* Pauline and Wayne Hanklna spent,' a few 'day* of last week visiting, their brother, Byrl, and family. *-; - ,>,-.;',' Mlas -Maurice Addy and Marion Fender who; afe attending college at Tarklo and Misses Ruth Howard and Katberlne McWlWams, who are attending Simpson -college at Indianola/ spent Tfaanki* giving vacation with home folk*, Miaa.MUtfrfd Rickman of Bart* lett spent: several day* last week with Misses Pauline and Ruby ^ Some from tfere attended the funeral of Mrs, Angle Caldwell who - dled;at her horoe in Van Wert B»nflay,= No?. 8«» Mrs; Cald' well 'Ior»9rty4rllye4 near 'bete. She is a sister of Mrs, 8ar«U Hunt, Funerar services were beld in Essex Tuesday .afternoon and bxjrial ww besSd? her busbaiid In the jE*»sx seastery,;- ; •- SRsy/jFrancja^w, »oyj» spent TUankselvlng |» Red Oak with JMnri .Uilo, ,Tsnn»o«, r f , t^sriae Maaer went to uffB .Wednesday |o - cousins, -Jpseph ana rtlft, ana Ralph,. tou« are r nfttlentg Jn -Mercy nospltal, Mlsa Katie eeyie who is em pjre4 la Oswka. tot been ,lBg in aejr honj^ here, •• ¥le» Magele Lewte anj asard Jelt Iftsi-Tueedfty for » tsa day yJslt in t}»0 Qarfcs wlt& fiWlTfii :- -' • ,- • >-- "Mr** cjuwcb Mattoi; bar brctber, QraBvlUe to Bramet sU, t» *w4 flWBkssiiii with -, MM, HajUe MW, WJli CQ«) iuoOajr §?«. wer« eatertaiaed »up{wr ta ib§ o. w. ddy roadB^ to attend jichbol this week. ' Clarence Bishop* entertained at Thanksgiving-dinner his brothers, Dewey, Walter, and Boyd, and their families, and his sister, Mary Hatfleld, and her family. His sister, Bonnie Anderson, was unable to attend the family dinner, Madge Parker entertained at a family dinner Thanksgiving for her parents, Mr, and Mrs, H, L. Kellenbarger, her sister, Jessie, and her brothers, Glen and Leslie, and their families. Miss Qleason visited Ella Kellenbarger tats week end, Mr, and Mrs. Roy Haldeman and daughters, Marjorie, Helen, Arlene, were Omaha visitors afternoon, joe and Dean McLatns and •Frank Kocberapergerfi and Mrs, 8. A. Reed enjoyed dinner together Sunday, Arthur Fraslers visited Mrs, Frazler's sister, Mrs, Joe Burden, and family Thanksgiving day. • Tbe bome of Dewey and Walter Blabope was a merry place Wednesday evening when their broth* era, Clarence and Boyd, and their sisters, Mary Hatfleld and Bonnie Anderson, and .their families spent (he evening with tbeni and enjoyed an pyster supper, ' Thanksgiving Ftckel home, Mr. and Mr*. Harvey Lisle and Laurence and Mr, and Mrs, Roy Robblns and sons enjoyed Thank* giving in the Harry Wilson bome in Malvern, . Mr. and Mrs, Qeo, Parker left for Tuscan. Ariz. Wednesday to spend the winter. Mrs. Clinton Parker rode as far as Ft, Worth, Texas with them and then went on to Houston to visit her sister. Indications are that the Navy General Board ha* approved the general design for a flying deck cruiser and Chief Naval Constructor Land will prepare the plans. IOWANA * R«d Oak ** 8 Cfty* Starting DEO. Basic Cut in Rail Fares and the SURCHARGE removed from Pullman ticket* Uuillllpl! Route A double PnUfMiH |F§V*>1 mammamm^ «* m <*MMMI »«* BUBT-»A aijp»-» VI

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