The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on December 21, 1933 · Page 6
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 6

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1933
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HASTINGS Revival Meeting* NiWi of PttMi€ M««fiftf . m»t tSi* U*iit*d With CntffCn Stifida)' ffte three weeks of meeting* at the Metfentot chnreh fcader direction of the pastor. ftw. L. E. Ripley. assisted by tter. T. I. Fettll, closed Sunday efenlng wfth aft inspirational fcefvlee. The meetings wete well Attended throughout and mneh interest was manifested with ft iiainber of conversions as tt re- *ait in addition to a general quickening of the church spirit. At the services Sunday evening *l* united with the church and tnofe are to follow, it was one of the best meetings held here In a long time. Vesper Service* JTe*t Hnnday There Will be a Vesper service at the church next Sunday afternoon commencing at 4 o'clock, it will be pot on by the ladies of the church and an Interesting Christmas program of music and readings and all are invited to attend. Ladies Cleared . . . $45 at Bataaf I school house sponsored The agriculture class Judged * group of four dairy cows belonging to Joe Baden. Mr. Bltlnef had three Judges accompany the class, They were: Edgar Lookabill, Tom Christy, and Lavefti Potter, these Judges decided upon a certain placing of the animals, then gave each pupil a grade on their Judging. This will be the last of our cattle Judging for this year. The composition class Just completed some interesting contracts over the book, Silas Mar' ner, by George Elliot, We wonder why some students simply can't like geometry. Tet they seem to enjoy the class period immensely. The sophomores are certainly looking forward to Christmas and the welcome vacation. We wonder it the faculty aren't too. MlteMll was fft Shen- indfoah Sattrrday. lire. Roy iWfnrty and Margaret And Rnth Flatter were In Owaha Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. Leo Darlaftd. Mildred, Helen, and Doris, were in Red Oak Thnftday. Marilyn Phfelps, smalt datigfc- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Pfietps, who has been fttrfte tfefc the past week threatened with appendix tis, is some better at this writing. Misses Gladys Kites, Mafjorie and Dorothy ttaden wete In Glenwood Saturday. ' MtttH Sfcdra *S» UTfhtt Crtw- ford weft ft Maftetn A. ft. Crawford wat J woo^ oft DuSfft&w MfiwHty Mist Katheryn Straw cftme down from Omaha the list of tn* week to spend her ChMstfe** vacation *t her ftont* soBtftattt e< Hastings. She is a student in the Oft*** trtrfversfty. Mrs. Wm TrtnWfcef, ittrtftt at* Dofothy and Mrs. CWrfenee fcef- son were in Shenaadoah Saturday. Mf. and Mrs. Watttwettn weft in Council Blnffs on Business Thursday. LOCAL SPORTS Malvern Wins in Bout withEmer*on High School Cagef* Lead, 27 to Its S«to»d String Lo«e» Malvern high cagers, heartened by winning their first encounter last week, ventured to Emerson Friday evening where they met and defeated the Emersonian quintet, 2? to i?. Using an aggressive type of play, the locals pointed consistently and led their There will be an all high school, opponents from the start, party Wednesday night at the! in the starting lineup were by the' Summers, Facet, Jackson, Con- Calendar The Methodist ladies are veil pleased with the results of their annual bazaar and entertainment held last Friday afternoon and evening. They sold practically all their bazaar goods, served a good many at their supper and had a nice attendance at their play which was exceptionally well prevented by the ladies. As a result they added about $45 to their treasury which Is a lot of money these days. T. M. Brazelton Underwent Severe Operation Dec. 14 T. M .Brazelton of south of Hastings was taken to Council Bluffs Tuesday of last week and on the following day, In the Edmundson hospital, underwent a vevere operation and at latest reports he seems to be recovering in nice shape. j.Mlss Ethelyn Crawford is expected home today from Peru, Nebr. where she is attending the Nebraska State Teachers college, to 'spend the holiday vacation at home. ^George W. Pickerell left Mon. hta »on, N. 3, Pickerell, over Christmas. Mr, Pickerell is 81 years old but still quite active and travels around by himself whenever he wants to go places, He has lived In this county about 65 years. Melvin Trimmer who has been confined to his bed with rheumatism the past week is able to be around again now and is back in school. Ed Moore of Parsons, Kan. came up the last of the week called by the death of his sister, Mrs. Kate Houser, of Silver City, and is visiting his brother. C. W. Moore, and other relatives in this vicinity. The funeral was held In Silver City Monday afternoon. A. J. Wearin of Malvern was in town Monday afternoon looking after business matters. Lawrence Martin left Sunday night via bus from Omaha for tos Angeles, Calif, where he will visit relatives and Incidentally see some of the western coast country. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Martin and Mr. an4 Mrs. Frank Wallace I seniors. Names were drawn last ner and Bower, and with the ex- week, gifts will be exchanged at' • ••• - - - ••• • • • •• the end of the party. The grade school Christmas program will give a Wednesday afternoon, also Thursday evening at 7:30. Everyone welcome. The high school is giving an assembly Christmas program Friday afternoon. Two plays will be given, a musical play and Christmas play by high school students. Winner of Contest The winners In the declamatory contest were: Oratorical: Mildred Darland first, Lavern Potter second; dramatic: Virginia Scott first, Helen Darland second; humorous: Vel- first, Blanche Woods ma Mings second. ception of a five minute sttbsti tutton, this combination lasted throughout the tilt. Young De* vere Knight and Tommy Wills relieved Fazel and Summers during that period. The Orioles scored effectively during the first half and by the end of the period led 16 to 2. A vigorous comeback was staged by the Emersonlans as the second half opened and they succeeded in running in some 10 points before the Orioles could stop them. Except for this lapse, the Malvern defense clicked almost perfectly. Summers high pointed for the game, scoring 9 points. He was closely pushed by Fazel and Conner who brought in 8 and 6 respectively. Blllle Ripley was high accompanied Omaha. him as far as Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford and Evelyn were in Olenwood Monday. Mrs. Chas. Hall and Mrs. 8e- mon Cox were In Red Oak Wednesday. Miss Isabel Varley spent the week end with Miss Margaret Shaw near Red Oak. Mrs. Cecil Clark;' -Mrs. . Blanche Wood were In Council Bluffs Monday, Mrs. Adrian Woods, George and Crystal Resh, Evelyn Crawford, and Cliff Parker were Sben- andoab and Red Oak visitors Saturday. Mrs. Paye Blunt who has been staying with her father, G, B, Plckel, the past few weeks has resumed her duties as our local telephone operator. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Haroff, Betty and Mary of Beebeetown spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. R. G. Priest- Mrs. Herman Schurr was in Red Oak Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Gustin were In Red Oak Saturday, Mrs. Leslie Dawson and Maxine of near Rirerton spent the week end with Mrs, D. W. I4n- talcum., i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haden and Mina Christie were in Shenandoah Wednesday, Bert Greenwalt of Dea Moinesj visited his parents, Mr, and Mrs. L. It. Greenwalt, Saturday morn* ing. man for Emerson with 6 to his } credit and Shaw and Ballaln registered 4 each. Edle, Hascall and Patrick made up the remainder of the Emerson team, Patrick alternating at center with Ballaln. In the preliminary the second ; strings of the two schools met, the Emerson juniors easily winning, n to 8, Following the Oriole athlete* . and furnishing much moral sup- Wm, port,wa« an e«tbu»te«Ue group.*! !*• MVfl * tf ttlyfli*p *«•••.»?.i * ^..t^cu" ,*L' ~jf Legion Shoot Highly Successful Sunday Clear More Than $100 with Day of Sport La»t Sunday More than repeating the success of their Thanksgiving shoot, members of Harry Mammons post of the American Legion staged another similar event Sunday at the old Malvern Gun club grounds. Although prices charged were considerably lower a larger income was recorded than at the previous shoot. The post cleared more than $100 by the event. Turkeys, ducks and geese were ottered as awards for skilled shooters and enough birds were put out to guarantee plenty of Christmas dinners over the county. The Legion plans to use the funds they earned in community service projects. The Ladlfts' Afd held ttsetH* fhnffdat wlen * tet> laterestrng ti««t w« f*ad bt ttrt secretary, Mrs. I. tJ, 88tt, Mrs. Era Cfalg ef CaiifoWrfa. Sfe* also teitt i donation it tfci A»d Society which thet afpfr very flrecfc. Visitors that «e* wet* the tnothet and eMet of ttfi. Benton and Mrs. Addle fioHeat and Mrs. Eltyn Oalloway. A de- liclottS lunch fas sefred by Mr*, o. ¥, iJaroref and Mrs. lohft Rainbow. Wei take this meaas id eiptess out appfeclatlofl lo ,ettr kind friends and ftelghbors aftd io at! those who took part. In the "«usklng See" at oaf home last Wednesday, J3e«. «. Mr. and Mrs. d. C. »owe. </| |ff FOR THE HOME It's a mighty sturdy public building that stands until the last bond Issue for its construction is paid off. VolleyballUta Languish in Idleness; Civil Workmen Paint Community Court Held from their sport by fast painting CWA workmen, Malvern volleyballtsta played not at all this past week. Because the Civil Workmen are painting walls and celling of the Community building, the volleyballlsts will not be able'to meet for another session until,Tuesday evening, Dec. 26. Schedule for that evening is: Mulhollands vs. Cold Storage. Firemen vs. Leader. Post Office vs. Salyers Auto. Plymouths vs. Oilers. Tabor Cagers will Play Here Friday ool's basketball ;qi f _ f ,,--—., _., „,Community buifdlng floWlllgh- ly rated, the Tabor five is expected, to furnish sportive competition for the local squad. Admission prices will be lOc and 20c. Imogene- SI E. Mills Methodist Ladies Clear Nice Sum With Bazaar The Methodist Ladies' Aid cleared over ?30 at their supper and bazaar last Thursday evening, A very good crowd was present considering the weather. Sixty suppers were served. Mr, and Mrs, Clem Maher and Miss fcoretta and Willie Maher spent Sunday In Council Bluffs visiting the latter's brother, Ed, at the Mercy hospital, Fred Harmon has bought a new v-8 Por4 truck and is truck. ing between Omaha and Denver, Miss Mae Maher and Gerald and Mrs, Tom McDonald and daughter drove to Council Bluffs Saturday where they spent the day, Mrs, Ed Maher and son, t Ralph, and Miss Louise Qutschen* irltter whp had been in Council Bluffs with Mr, Maher, who has very serious condition Real Gifts at Prices You Can Afford JPYREX WARE- appreciate. - a beau tiful line the ladles will » Carpenter tools, butchering tools, garage tools -**, everything a roan needs to work with, CUTLERY — Pocket knives at from JOc to 89e, You can't beat this line, TABLE WARE, scissors, carving sets. COASTER WAGONS— from 50c to $3,60 each, Eaamsl Ware» FlaaMgMa, $ l e c t r ic Aj>pUa»e$f» Chriatmas Ugh ting S.ets, Shaving Seta, aiid lot* been in following his operation, home with them, came Thos, O'CoBBer ana daughter, fcyle Torpy, of Rear RRS- 4olpb drove to Bealsgn Frt4«y to, attend the f«Reraj s$ a sowsin, Mrs, Mary ^'Conner, which held Sunday, . Mrs. jjiite M.srtt» and son, a,n4 Mies AJUJP Mon4ay la eatt&eil Bluffs, Mr. a»4 Mrs, Te«J Sfrnjar «re rejoicing over tlu» arrJ*8,l of ft jo feftby girl. T*» 9»w Jtttla wlJJ answer to tbfi njune Mr, and Mrs, Tom Regan spent Saturday in Omaha and Council Bluffs, i Tommle O'Connor an4 T, F, Maber drove 'to Council Bluffs Thursday to see the latter'* son, Ed, who is a patient at Mercy hospital and who has been in a. critical condition. Mr. Maher re* malned In the Bluffs, Emil Webb has ,been laid up several days with fto infection in its arm, Wendelle Stuelke flUe4 ils vacancy^ at section work while be was off 4uty. • Frank Maher returned Tuesday from Council Bluffs where ho has been visiting relatives, Joe Qreenwoo4 who has been shucking corn here went to. COUB« ell Bluffs Fri4»y where he , Maher at the Mercy hospital, He then left for 4*teH, " " where he with John* other frlen4s feejpre bis" " ~ Weadejle Bheaffer's fountain Pens, 80% discount tilt Christmas at Wheeler's, adv. The state hospital at Clarinda Is putting on a week ot programs for the holidays, or rather two weeks, running front Dec. 29 to Jan. i. On Dec. 20 Mrs. C, M. Amick of Henderson will give an evening of readings which we are sure will be an evening of pleasure for ail who hear her. * Our schools close Friday tor a vacation until Ian. 2 and Supt. and Mrs. Hex o. Dory leave the following day tor Pontanetle to spend the holidays with their respective parents, NfiWI Of H§lHl6FitHI Afte* affttlnf ff&B »•* tffp COTrtelT Btfttfs the s*«Sftd p wfete stoftes *bo*t the 'fttf*. f** tottewttti o*es fee«: Mrs. Ella Smith of Carson has been visiting her son, Amos, and family the past week. Mrs. Mlna LaHue and Lon Coleman were in Omaha Tuesday. Miss Elltabeth Phillips came in Friday morning from Columbia, Mo. where she attends school at Stephens college to spend the holidays with her parents. Bill Copeland and wife and BOD of Council Bluffs were visiting friends here Thursday. Geo. W. Wilson bad business In Glenwood Friday in connection with the CWA. C. Androy returned Tuesday from a four weeks stay at, a hospital in Council Bluffs. He Is feeling quite a bit better and all hope he continues to improve,, . •#xjt&y*^..^- Wesley Chapel neighborhood been visiting her Bons, Earl and Leslie, for over a week, A , v ' r ' Pirk Boyd and wife were visitors in Shenandoab, Saturday. Mrs, 8. M. Woods wen" to Oakland Sunday to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Curren. R. w, Casebolt and family were guests Sunday for dinner in the Dr. R, I*. South home, Vern Maynes and family who are well known here but live In Omaha left Friday by auto to visit the Milbura Turners at Oak* land, Calif. , ; , Mrs, Max Benton enjoyed » visit Thursday from her mother and Bister, Mrs. A. A. Beaton, a»4 daughter, .Frances, of Malvern. 800 Bouser and family. an4 Wllburn Houeer »n4 family were entertained gunday lor 4ln»er IB the Harry Daugnerty borne, It was in honor of earnest ihteent^ Wrt,b4»y'* : - 1 * Mrs. aeorgte WilfclpOB family atten4a4 tb9 (Sf ta*on lsf»rwf) The first afid sesSoftd gfiides went to Conficil Bints Monday teornlng. When w« afrtfed at th* P«Aft1e« Store w* s*w ianta Ok«i. «& was !a Mi hots*. M« had "rosy cheeki tod fe^tls oa hts Iwckets. ftf tatked t« ttt afid then he showed «B the toft in ^ toy* land. There were dolt* ana ta> bles, chairs, cars* books, and ptetty tops. Ke wa* nice to ail the children. 1 will tell you why he is good; Because he give* the children ton and candy. Before wa left he laid that he would come to see ttt ChMstttaa and five the children ntetty J>r<#> ents. Me said he would bring the* reindeer with him. Then we ««e back to school. To See Santa Clans (By Raymond Casebolt) Today the first and second grade* Went up to tee Santa Claus, When we arrived we saw Santa Claus and hi* house. He tajked to us and gave us some candy to eat Then we looked at the toy*.' Santa Claus asked ttl what we wanted for Christmas. We saw ear*, boat*, book*, wag* ons, tricycle*, and a gas station all lighted up. Then we went back to school and ate dinner and played. The primary,room-Is practicing for their Christmas program to be given Friday afternoon, Joan Stonebraker to spending the week end with Mil* Redman, Christ ft** ptoirtin* *t* . ^ .. _ ... tide a coft«stf «ficai n«firt«f1fc At Weiley tfee pro*r*« wttt Ml* tfcft f&rft of « pfay eMftl tettl it Kertn fate &1at wfft b* ffrfeU «* S d&rion jtfS§*IUkl will vft gfVeft 8%lraa|^ 0^51^ £Nra^ M4« i$Dtii if, gfatts iff schsdnied" to sta« 7:40. Wf tavif« th# The charch had lit birth in &C fef itscial worlhij*. Neigtbofii wefe- ftttettoled it ft given t t*ce fef tfce purpose bf »raise and ptayetv? Tnelf effort was few»fde€ by as indlvidnal, pUfsonal ttJa fief* 6f the Pr-esence ef Third and Fourth Grade* t «NBM«MI*«MBH» „ We are sorry to have Jack' Flckel absent due to having the mumps. • , , We were glad to have Mrs. Mo- Gee visit us last Thursday.'/ Seventh and Eighth Grade* There were three absences In our room last week. Lawrence Flckel WM absent because of the - " -"— " '' —' - TK are pi their pwrtfomh gram which'it to be given Friday afternoon in the high school auditorium. High School New* •The second teams of the d^rsop basketball teams went to Macedonia "to play .their second teams'last Thursday night, v Tfre boys from Henderson-won with a .score: of U'-J»>ji$. Ttoe.girja'. game which was a very good sec. ond team fawewaj|w by ' ' Throflghetrt the htstoty of thei ehafch • sltnllaf etperienc* in tfeft? lives of people has beett the t6i*| i9BM8 of jWWSf Ifl thU prOgfeMI E of ChristJaftlty, A sltnilar esperi- encev through slffillar aisocli i* the only power that can . tain the church ahd make It s til factor la society today. We7 aay be good, even worshipful, ia ! 6 oar homes and at our respective' oecupatlons, but we ail require' the impact of the Presence off Ood fa the t&idit of the group. The church don* not atlst to replace home worship, nor to make ood seem unnecessary in our; daily lives; the church exists for the purpose tit stimulating home worship and Inspiring u«, in the midst of'our toll, with the con-' sciousness of Qod's Presence. My , JTpod neighbor*, church aeahew,^- „, and friend*: we yearn to BhareirJ with you the uplift of divine wor- s :ij * •hip in the House of Ood each Sunday in order that you might be more *ure of Ood every other "' day. - _^ Sermon theme next Sunday,"The Divine Aspect of Qoodf Will." KiB. NMbitt, wwtOr,' A fc Portrait i'» Soul , . .' We shouldn't a,dmlt it;-n madam (being in the business), but ^ modem ^.njen'jM' wear }» a *omewb&>jQinf>B.]?V affair ftt best to clothe the> splrit of a dashing swash* buckler. It i« rather utlll- i Ecept hHt«tfty«)i8Wt,l|jrjBwns, pur- Why not get» new range for the home? dlt wHU a Bouquet ar p son, MsrliU, Is o« ?ta Y ars *l .. The ?jfJt, a few 4»|r» 0utBe)|en,riMejp 8414 Tfet to}** bslORgJBR Omaha to visit hi a fatally until „ „. « en * »M«M* Nellie O'Connor, A> »»» vuu UKU sar"" Ujffqn «« f , *c, i^-*** 5, ,1 :' "a ?; j 9 -ij ,5

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