The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on December 28, 1933 · Page 8
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.AGE EIGHT E M ElTS~6~N j John M. M&fttt Answer* Lait Roll Call oti Monday Old SoJdi*t Bin at <rf D&tigtii*? in PfiifeBtt Johft H. Moats, frtoneet resident of eastern Milts and last of the old O. A. R. ot Emerson answered his last foil call Christina* morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Alta Holmes, in Prescott after a brief illness ot about a week. Mr. Moats spent a large part ot his life la Emerson and vicin- tttt. A. ft Klfft* Df*J CMiatflMi Me Mrs. A. P. Kting, a long tttne resident of this vicinity, passed away at the home of her son Martin Kting, northeast of Emerson Monday morning after an illness of some length. Funeral services Were conducted In the late home Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 2f, at t o'clock and burial was in the Emerson cemetery. Mrs. Kllng was born in Sweden Dec. 12, 1847 so was a little past eighty-six years of age. ity and where he a familiar figure here had endeared himself to ail by his kindly bearing and genial friendly ways. t Funeral services were held in " the Baptist church in Emerson Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by the pastor, Rev. Joseph F. Stllle, and was largely attended. Music was furnished by Ralph Good, C. D. Greenwood, Mrs. Laura M. Post, and Mrs. Ivan Salmons, with Miss Margaret Hatfleld as accompanist. Burial was in the Emerson cemetery. The pall bearers were R. E, Good, R. W. Davis, E. E. Whlsler, Horace Greenwood, L. V. Hicks, .and Wilbur Morrison. John Moats was born Jan. 1 1847 In Knox county, Ohio, an departed this life Dec. 26, IBS Ih the home of his daughter, Mrs Alta Holmes, of Prescott, at th advanced age of slghty-slx years eleven months, and fifteen days On Oct. 1, 1871 he was unite In marriage to Mary Melissa Yen ardsdale, and to them were born two daughters, Mrs. Ellzabet, Cooper of Red Oak and Mrs. Alta Holmes of Prescott, who togethe with two grandchildren and twi sisters and an unusually largi number of friends mourn his pass ing. Mrs. Moats preceded her bus band in deatb ten years ago last September, was 26, Mr. Moats and his family came to Iowa about 62 years ago and has lived in and near Emerson for about 40 years. Mr. Moats enlisted in the army at Newark, Ohio, and served one ^ear with Co. B 1st U. 8. Veteran Volunteer Engineers, and •ably discharged Sept, , at Nashville, Tenn. kt the time of bis death he*was •member of the First Baptist , , . of Emerson and his church ,wa« dear to him. i H« was also a member of the Masonic lodge of this city, k Because of his long time residence here be enjoyed a large circle of friends and Emerson always seemed like home to him. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ronk had all their children home Monday tor a Christmas celebration: Mr. and Mrs. Elbrtdge Shook, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Schick ot Malvern and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Porter and son DuWayne of Hastings. Mrs. Mary McOill and sister, Miss Virginia Ransom, Went to Olenwood Monday for a visit with the former's daughter, Mrs. Carrie Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hascall and daughter and Miss Virginia Has* call of Ericson, Nebr, came Sun* day to spend Christmas with their father and sister and brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Crofton went to Macedonia Sunday for a ten days stay while her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Scott, go to Olln for a visit with her parents. ftck ftnd Lawreftci ..»« having a siege o* tt» ft*ra*t. Jeanitette aftd Aftfrfrf Lirtuu., PauRne Sowers, ftnd Eft* WflsSft returned home from Stmpgefr lege for the fcoMays. Mr. and Mrs. Rot RoibMirt *** tertalned at Cnffeta*** Mrs. Robbings father, L.. *„*. and her brother and family 9 Sheltoft, Kebf., Mr. and Mrs Harvey LftTe and Mr. and Mrs Harry Wilson and children o Malt-em. Mr. and Mrs. DYck Kettey and Maree, Mr. and Mrs. Par! Ke«t Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pae* daughter ot Malvern. Mr. an<! Mrs. Wllburt Fanst and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Clay and baby 01 Council Blnffs were guests Christmas in the Paul Parker home. CHAMPION HILL , family are also visiting relative* here and at Red Oak. He is teaching at Wheatland again this year. Georgia and Florence Hatfleld helped their aunt, Mabel Bishop, a couple of days last Week, gun- VW. JbfMMIMt • ifim frSii • ttfet * -«. — -_ wWWtt m f» yt ft» nonet i» «,„-, ^^ «^J»«iw*.«**iii»i»^i wtoTatar HMHjmv "to tlrS * ftateMifit bUrtdinf. Raising i&m . tiri feeavy ptatfofM* ti the itfcletfes AWabgtd WctJif?»?iMfc*fisftf*i it. the Art Prailet home a f«w 1 tifotef tt ke«t Sarah Cooper arrived the fast Kaeaefsptftm fa the afternoon of the week to spend her holiday taet called on MM. Sherman'Ak vacation. Her brother, Olenn, and "" Mr. afid Mrs. Deatt Itetatfi and Mrs. Id* Mctrfdn were in tied Oak Thursday. Mitt** to da j»«maiiif*w i*t tte batt in the ***lt«l» * feat long considered ee , to the wtfifiiftg O f and STRAHAN day the Bishop families held a i « ^ . . r reunion at her home where they Mn - ""* Laughlin was pleas* enjoyed a real Christmas dinner.' * tt " r Borpriswl last Saturday All the brothers and sisters with w * tttn * *&ea relatives and friends came to her home to eeie» and returned the to Fatel and Sntafters Mr. and Mrs. Madsen of Omaha came Saturday to spend Christmas In the home of their son, C. C. Madsen. Mr. and Mrs. Art Johnson ot Valley, Nebr. spent Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Orayson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brunow of Council Bluffs spent Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Good. Mrs. Raymond Henry and family spent Sunday and Monday with her mother, Mrs. Emily Burton. their families were present etcept Mrs. Clarence Bishop and one son who were absent dn account of sickness. Needless to say they had a pleasant day together, The young people ot the Plus Ultra and Builders' classes met Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Thrapp of Malvern and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Thrapp and son, La Vern, spent Monday with their mother, Mrs. Lottie Thrapp. Supt. and Mrs. B. H. Paxson . t and Ws pleasant greetings will be '/ missed by all. Miss Marjorle Taylor who teaches at Charles City spent her holiday vacation with her brother, Forrest, at St. Louis, Mo, . Miss Mary Ann Ripley of Clarion came Saturday to spend the holidays with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Ripley. Miss Genevieve Huntsman spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Huntsman. near Stennett. .0. E, Fogarty of Council Bluffs , ,»a Helping care for her grand* mother, Mrs. Susan Burton, who is seriously «}. ' no aud Mr8 ' Davis and „> ' avs and SQJJ Dean and Mr, and Mrs. R. D. gsftick and famjly were guests in |«e home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry SoAl9l? Monday, T * 'Saturday evening the Baptists thefr Program ^ am ana bad a Christmas tree. There ?ras » very good attendance and program was given. Sunday eveaing the Metbo- **w K Uelr Cbrl8 taa8 Pro . which was a pageant of "Eiftd the Qbrlst ^ we,, «* r . jwd Mrs. H. o. Hicks and Mr. and Mr% Mrs. gob. , Nelson were ' feome Cbrlstniaa day. sad Mrs. fi, B. BtrdaaU 8 n. ay, the fir, «id Mrs. R. eft Saturday for RichlandMo pend the holidays with their parents. . Sibyl Tubbs and Pauline Bleakley of Evanston, Hi, 'came ' in 'uesday to spend the holidays rlth their parents, Dr. and Mrs R. B. Tubbs. t Miss Winnifred Hatfleld ot 'era came in Friday to spend the olidays with her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. C. W- Hatfleld. School closed Friday for a ten day holiday vacation and the teachers left tor their homes to spend the holidays with their respective parents. Miss Jeannette Stewart went to Keota; Frank Shaw to Odebojt, and Clyde Ridenour to Kingsley, at the Kochersperger home Friday night where they practiced their Christmas carols and spent the rest of the evening In a general good time. Bill Noel and children, Oolden, Dallas, and Avis, left Sunday for Missouri where they will spend Christmas with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Vennard Larson and sons, Frederick and Vennard, were In Red Oak Friday. Helen Haldeman was sick the last ot the week and unable to attend the singing practice or the •services Sunday. Harold Cooper hitch - hiked home from Grand Island, Nebr. the last of the week. He is attending business college there, Joe Allen came home from the Red Oak hospital Wednesday and is convalescing satisfactorily from his operation for ruptured appendix. We are glad to learn rapid recoyery ( *" Elwood Oeode of WESLEY The Wesley Chapel Ladies' Aid held their Christmas party at the borne of Mrs, June FickeJ Wed nesday, Dec. 80. The program was arranged by Miss E4na Clarke and Mrs. Nesbit. About forty members and guests were present. A delicious luncheon ^as served after which. Christmas carols were sung. Everyone en- Joyed the afternoon very wupfe, t . Mr. and Mrs. J, B, Fickel held their Christmas, dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Salyers and SODS of Mslvers, Mr, and Mra. June picket and Mr, and Mrs. Ward Flckel and children were guests. Mr. and Mrs. glswortb Plumb and children. Mr. and Mrs, Qer» aid BobbU. and Mrs. Ella Plunjb were Christmas dtnuer guests }n the home of Mr. and Mrs. CHf PJumh in Red Oftk. Mr. and Mrs, Claude Wilson and Mr. 804 Mrs, Perry Wilson were guests Christmas of the Ctrl Wilson family in Matters. «„« his sister, Mrs.™. mother who has been brate her birthday. The evening was spent with cards, four table* being used. Refreshments ot pie and coffee were served. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Angus, Mr; and Mrs, Hugo Bel- pold, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knop, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wederavlst and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnson and Sheila, Raymond Laughlln and son, Dallas, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, Lloyd Angus and Lulu McCrea left Friday evening In company with Miss Jeanette Stewart for a visit over the holidays with relatives. Miss Stewart with her parents at Keota, Miss McCrea with her mother at Des Molnes, and Lloyd at the home of bis grandmother, Mrs. Sophia Bralnard, at Mrs. Chas. Kayton, seldom missed a chance to score, f«»»ers was to excellent trim for the game and kept a fitt* shooting ere . During the erefllng he sunk sight field goals, 'many ft* «throw fi\WMC score, «is 20 points more than doubled the work of Player. . — ——•— — -» ««w W«*B*W*»B maaceuBw _ ewfft and pfarei forth tft th morWfif afid aftefnottft. Engaged to edttfretitioft *ete -NMtt tttfMMui ef Ltftdotft baHas Criswell and George Par stuff ef Omaha ltd 3efatd (Jald- Well ftfid R. W. Baffin of Mat* Teffl, As fid scores were feeotded, ~ _....._- 3 to W j Mteti Athlete* Pall to Rally After Holiday W Teams Out lor Tuesday EvfttUi As athletes the members ot the Malfera Business Men's Athletic MWHSiation turned out unusually ood performances with their several Christmas dinners. Bo good, he athletes tailed to rally la time o Play in the session Tuesday venlng. SIgourney. Mr. and guards to keep a red-haired youth named Cotter under surveillance. This scout, exceptionally fast, frequently got bis team in 'scoring position, most ot the times, O f which they failed to convert. In spite of this scoring honors for the team went to well-built Hurlbutt, , . , Tabor's lengthy center, Donald•on, took the tip-off .nearly every time from the Oriole pivot, Jackson, but alert Malvernlani snatched up the ball before bit teammates could get it. Coach Hert* used the,same string throughout the tilt with no •ttbsWntlon.r - ~ ~ T— - —' — ™^» *»W^ »%»**( Mrs, Howard Kayton, and Boyd Dye were Council Bluffs visitors Friday. Charles is better from the recent nasal operation which he .underwent but will have to re* tarn later lor an operation for removal of adenoids, , • , VSAmoni thjp many Christmas able to Junction ia satisfactory manner,,Two teams, Oilers and Plymouth*, were absent* entirely and their match was postponed. In the opening match Mnlhol- lands, represented 4»y some six picked men, battled a drawn Cold Storage team fruitlessly. After long effort, the,Storage won Jn two games, 16-7, 16-18. The Leader team, w ;th the only full team ot the,evening, made no progress against.the Firemen andi could score only one point In eaph game. .Nonetheless, they *t»**f bnv-b«*ciua vi floras 4tftt4tk Wftftt tfie foilOWlDg H&tlfftkt fitlB Utt fcy fwtatfc- / ' -v A* t»t ttfttaf tm« mtt':> ifi eieeJrttMarty- smooth sheet" — "- itattefc _ -.,&; CLASSIFIED IDS Ai&fiiAffiB 09 ,»».*«» Complete Abstract «f «U* -rfi far each piece »f Mills cotaty, , .,, Mills County Abstract 0*. (Member «i th« Amefican Title : Assa. afid iowa Tllle Asta.)" IMM.'FOR RENT Vot Bent»» Modern f. tt. BeckwHh. LOST AND FOUND Lost—South of „-.,«„, ^.^ iew chains for Chevrolet-car, Call D, 0. Cunningham. Lost—Fur*liaed leather ».v«v (1 or left hand. Please; return,; to,^ Deader office if found. / WORK WApeS Tom Shaw — Piano . Leave orders with Collins Malvera. or Priest's .Dm* 1 Hastings. . , HOOS saift. —' Chester spring,, boars. *—• Phone, Oscar Lou. t ' y'- > : '14l£ L.../ ._.. . J _ - (" T V 1 - r -* £>>#$4$t with him for an indefl Mrs, Otis Davis and children, Eldon and Evelyn, and Mr. and McLaJl1 were -, * the Dean McLain home on T- ' Jess were guests Jo the »• WiasJow b»»e at Christmas. Miss Grace Liddell who is attending the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, arrived Friday afternoon to spend her Christmas va- %»l°\u lih her slster ' Mre - B ^ man Allen, and other relatives. Walter KeUenbsrgers and Alfred Coopers spent Saturday eve- home. the ^° Ule BulUn «W Roy Haldemans enjoyed Christ. W H1? K 1 ? W«t« *» IW Sfc SUa Kellenbarger spent Sun, day with the Alfred Cooper te»- .Mrs. Willis Jofepbine Qye, were there also. M«,rCarley Is a sister of Mr. Dye. and , Cbas, Qi pa o , , Saturday for Belleyue to spend Christmas w«b their children, Mr. and,Mra,,Wm, HodovaL Mr. and Mw. Frank Steele were Gnrlstnm dinner guests of their brother and wife, Mr, and Mrs, Cnas. Cri»well, of Oman*, Misa Lpl» aj}c|ift BM |a sn W d* ing ner vacation at Seymour witn her fatter, Bsyi fiwbanan, >. r Mr, and Mra,' Howard Kayton were guests gt #r; and Mrs, Wa lace Baiyers {, boal, the dri- naw> °w'y nowd, oat the Tabor aeconda , , handling of the ball, littio *hoot. , characurt«ed.,th* only six field . brought in .five of f the/ **" w For 8aJe- r Black Poland; ChinaV male hogs. Good, ones.' —-• T. Brlley, Malvern. -"U'tiX $HJLTRY '?«.•* ** - ^>_ Re" .Gaaartee J for t Bafet»! L, , wc^-FemaleiVTBfeehtiili* ~ Mrs. Milton " ,11 "Tizr W "^SM»- Paseil-..., i^ JMkeon, s^.f| Bow«n»;^.. ,^,i- Oonsejr.^.. , 90 Cotter •'.... ,,»i Wurlbutt ^. '„.§ Donaldson „ ___ a Bloedel „„, „,! Mauk %.„. crowd attended An ' *"5 W»5»ltit ry^jp f irn T" "jpt i M rV ± ii ill i iy ,, Mr, WMj.Mrs. out pod, Mr. wwl.M«»,WaileT K bum tt 8 *S ?*, 6lw *^ 88 * oarger home Saturday evening, After supper they,enjoyed their '-wily Christmas tree together, i «i **^wy JtftU asd nnii oya and Ruase}, called on Flora Hen Wednesday aftemoTn, ^ -co»44 m£&-a «a»"jriSffi'u£.r^iff!^-iiiP W •.- '*4f\ •"• Mf. and. %«5SSM • «™~w TT^«SIR*W mSm JMLjMj J S»S%MiS0 aaF '^^^ 'SjP^'' i'f*^»Siit, Mr, and Mrs, «d ^MS^v^S 35 *® • Mr^and MM, »»4 : 4l .tts,aft 'omu •a*ju_^ _»* t "^-^ • IMV0-. KU f"3#a%-~'— '^K* 8 *" 1 ; S^re, ;> S|iajiver8r'--^ 5 ''^^ ! mi WMi rtmrire

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