The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on January 18, 1934 · Page 6
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MWA.IAimMf HASTINGS •C.0. Hutching* Died Jftmiafy 11 in Let Arigele* ^ Weil Known iftf i Retidefit Succtrmb* to Operation sad news reached here Friday of the death of Cnarles O. Hatchings, a former well known Hastings boy, that morning in a Los Angeiea, Calif, hospital where fie had been taken for an operation. He had been In Calffornta for the past 20 years but Is still well remembered here by many old friends who learn with sorrow of Ms passing, Charles Oscar Hutching* was born near Hastings. May 16. 1881 and passed away at the Good Sa- tnarltan hospital in Los Angeles, Calif., at 1 o'clock a. m., Jan. 11, 1934. aged fifty-two years, seren months, and twenty-fix days, After submitting; to n severe sur- for Pest Master Soort the office of post master t Hastings will be vacant this yea and the place Is to be filled soon All applications for the positio mast be in the hands of th proper authorities in Washing ton, D. C. on or before Feb. J The examinations will be held In Red Oak about two weeks follow ing that, date to be announce! later. There will doubtless be a number of applicants for the place The salary Is $11<K) per year. glcal operation on the Monday preYloas. He was the youngest Bon of the late Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hutch- Odd Fellows and Rebekahs Installation Hasting* Lodge* Held An* nuafCefemonie* Satur* day Evening The annual Installation of the I. O. O. F. and Rebekah lodges in Hastings, was held last Saturday evening in a joint meeting attended by about lit members and friends. tn* Ep*otth tfftto* enjbyfttf a party fn the homft of Miss figther KtdweTl Frfday eventnf. the ete- nfnf Was spent ptrttfnt tafy and popping corn and was A ritost enjoyable one. those present were: Evelyn and Lillian Crawford, George and Crystal Resh, Lois Largent, Leora Cnrlstle. Dorothy and itarjorie Haden, Gladys, Elmo, and Ralph Hltes. Elmo Smith. Edith Vlner. Esther Kid- wen, and Ret. and Mrs. L. E. Rtpley. They also elected their League officers for the following year. These people with the exception of two hare never held office before: President, Crystal Resh. First tlce president, Esther Kldwell. Second vice president, Gladys Hltes. Third vice president, Elmo Hltes. Fourth vice president, Lois jargent. Secretary, Marjorle Haden. Treasurer, Elmo Smith. Pianist, Edith Vlner. Mr. and Mrs. Roy HaitHr fe- tafnftd from tfcett honeymoon trip on ttfesaay. tfcefr frfettft found ft etrt on Wednesday a*d were not font fn malting tip * charivari eroUrd and went to tn* home of her fattier about 8 o'clock for a good old fashioned chaMvari. After being treated ifl derfded to go to the home of t&e other newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. WTerwfn Vlfttf, Wrt found tneia away Wots hotte. Oak* Sunday Sthool Note* there wefe 49 present at Sunday school. Memory verses urere Nsclted by the primary class. Birthday money was put In by Mr. Castor a&d Marlon Mahan. A committee was appointed to make arrangement* for serving lunch at Herman's sale. * |f<S** «l frf«nds were enter t*»f«a Jfr ««(« Hfrrfor. Wfttrar, fntrrMfty sfgnt **« JftfcBttfr aft* of j*f, . . . . Jngs of Hastings. He spent hlsi Mrs. Aita Hathaway. District early life on a farm in the North Deputy President, and W. C. By- Grove vicinity, graduated from the Hastings high school, and later completed a business course in Omaha. For eight years he was in the employ of the Armour Packing company of South Omaha. In 1913 he moved to Los Angeles, Calif, where for the past 80 years he has held a responsible position with the Southern California Edison company. On Dec. 31, 1922 he was united in marriage to Louise N. Myers . and they established a home In Los Angeles, to which he was devoted, and to which he gave a warm welcome to his hosts of friends that were numbered by his acquaintances. He was a loyal member of the Belvedere Masonic lodge. He leaves to mourn his passing his wife, one brother, Ira II. Hutchlngs, of Malvern, two sisters, Mrs. Chas. A. Cary of Red Oak and Mrs. F. H. Priest of Hastings; also a brother, Ora B. Hutchlngs, and sister, Mrs. J. N. Sawyers, both of Los Angeles. Funeral services were conduct, ed by Rev, Schaffel of the Pico '* Heights Congregational church at 2 P. m., Friday, Jan. 12, from Pierce Bros. Mortuary. His ashes will repose in the Los Angeles Crematory, Many beautiful flowers testified to the loving remem- • brarioe of friends and societies. New» of Hastings Public Schools Sophomore News Most of the sophomores are well pleased with the results of their semester examinations. The agriculture class ia start- Ing a new semester work. The class is divided into two groups. One group is Landlords and the other Renters. The landlords are to rent land to the renters, A contract is to be drawn up between them. Later they may have a court trial. Elmo Smith says that mummys are people who after their death are locked up in pyramids. Miss Harman and Mr. Wllmeth entertained the faculty at a dinner at the Malvern Tea Room Wednesday evening. The evening was spent at the Harman home Playing cards. Mr. Blttner and Mr. Fellows seemed to have exceptionally good luck with the cards. A very enjoyable time was 1 reported, The sociology class went to i Glenwood Friday morning, Jan. 12, to visit the Feeble Minded Institution. A guide took us through the better part. Everyone enjoyed the trip and thought Jt was interesting. The juniors and seniors are taking up three new subjects this semester having completed their Qth.er three texts Ujst semester. The three new subjects are: Economics, Elements O f Business Training, with Mr. Fellows as instructor, and Miss Varley as iu- of Business English. ers, District Deputy Grand Master, of Glenwood, were the Installing officers, in conjunction with their staffs and each put on the work in a very pleasing manner. Following the Installation dell- clous refreshments were served and a general social good time followed, greatly enjoyed by all the members. The following officers were Installed: Marion McFarland Join* Father in Business M. V. McFarland, who has been a salesman for the Townsen<J Wholesale Grocery company for three years, has resigned his po- slon with the company and will join his father, R. H. McFarland, In the operation of the McFarland Grocery. He will begin his new work next week. — Shenan doah Sentinel. Mrs. Grand. Robelcaha Lena Kldwell, Noble Mrs. Stella Hall, secretary. Mrs, Mary Kelley, treasurer. Bessie Purcell, R. 8. N. O. Evelyn Read, L. 8. N. G. Maude Grouse, Warden, Phoebe Smith, Conductor. Minnie Grouse, R. a. V. O. Susie Hall, L. 8. V. O. Sarah Largent, Chaplain. Roy Hatfleld, Outside Guardian A. F, Grouse, Inside Guardian. Odd Fellows D. R. Kidwell, Noble Grand. Raymond Morse, Vice Grand. E. Hathaway, secretary. M. F. Bacon, treasurer. H. C. Knight, R. 8, N. G. W, E. Purcell, L. 8. N. G. A. F. Grouse, Warden. W. Q. Oliver, Conductor. U. R. Graves. R. S. V. G. Leo Kepple, L. S. V. G. Joe Hathaway, Outside Guardian. Ray Hatfleld, Inside Guardian. C, C, Harman, Chaplain, E, H. Crouse, R. S. S. O. V. S. Crouse, L. s. S. Resolution* of Respect Leader advertisers are always reliable plates to buy. „ „ .Hwntptetuww injjour advertising, • we hive them • Once again a link in the chain of Odd Fellowship has been broken, and a brother has crossed ' the silent river to Join the Grand! Lodge above, and receive the praise, "Well done, thou good and faithful servant." in the passing of our brother, Nelson Hall,, River View Rebekah lodge has lost an earnest devoted member; one who was faithful and willing in all things, great or small, and who exemplified In his daily life the teachings of the Great Mas-, ter and the principles of our be^ loved order; be It therefore Resolved: That we extend to his wife and son our sincere sympathy; that our charter be draped in his memory; that these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the lodge and a copy sent his family. Committee; Bessie Purcell Stella Hall Grace Hathaway Udie»' Aid Hav^ a Good Meeting The Ladles' Aid met at the home of Mrs. Will Young Wednesday afternoon. Jan. 10, and held their regular meeting, with the following program; Devotions, Mrs. Coy. in charge Holl call, IMew Years Resolutions, Business. Book review, "The Other Wise Man," Achsa Lookablll. Music, Mrs. Pred Priest, Mrs D. P. Fellows, Mrs. F. J. Lookabill, and Mrs. Frank Bockatellow. Hostesses: Mrs. Geo. Schurr Mrs. B. H. Dalzell, Mrs. W. S. Young, Mrs, Greenwalt. Mrs fiesh, and Mrs. Mitchell. There was a ulce attendance, Next meeting will be Feb. 14 at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Priest visited relatives In Red Oak Thursday. Mrs. Jess Pheips who Is In the Jennie Edmundson hospital in Council Bluffs Is reported as Improving. Miss Margaret Shepard and two girl friends from Malvern visited school here Friday. A number of our young people went to Malvern Wednesday evening in a bob sled. While there they attended the show, "Peg of My Heart" at the Empress theater. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schurr visited friends In Red Oak Sunday. G. B. Flckel spent Sunday In the home of his daughter, Mrs. Faye Blunt. Max and Allene Quimby visited over Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Quimby. Miss Mina Christie who Is working at the DIttus tome north of Highbank station visited over Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Christie. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter and son. Virgil, were In Glenwood i Wednesday. Will Young and Dr. Edga Christy autoed to Gienwood Sat urday on business. Miss Millie Gale who was in jured while coasting a week age is somewhat better npw. Cecil Woods and family were Malvern visitors Wednesday eve nlng. W. S. Young, appraiser for the Home Loan Corporation for Mill county, reports that the corpora tion has begun functioning in Mills county and three loans wer granted the past week, all in Glenwood. They were made to Robert Davis, Robert Lewis, and John Campbell. There are manj other applications on file and ac tion may now be expected at ans time. * N. S. Genuug of Glenwood w fti visiting Joe Wearin awhile lasi Sunday afternoon. Joe Is able to be up now and enjoy a visit with his friends. Mrs. Cecil Woods and mother Mrs. Wm. Clark, were i a Malvern Saturday. S i lm Clark drove to Coun- Bluffs Wednesday on busl- ucSS, Miss Edna Henderson spent the Tnrt Me0d WUh her P arenta - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henderson. O O H ™ Grace Qo * of Malvern vis- »ed Thursday evening i n the Frank Robbins home Rafnh 8 ' Aar ° n , Crouse nesd W6re Bob Moore and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pheips and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Achenbaugh were In Shenandoah Thursday. Earl Harman was in Glenwood Saturday looking after Some business. Earl plans to bold a sale Jan. 24. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jones of Wales visited in the Owl Schipper home Sunday afternoon. test Moftd** fof a tistt Mfssotirt wfth frtettds and tlves. Mr. and Mrs. freftt Jefrea and daagnter, Kathteenj and Jtf. and »rs. 1. W. Castof Tisfted tt« tie Vfartin Bea home Saturday ev«n ning. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hafmah wet e In Malvern Friday. Mr. And Mrs. Jfeftfy ScnllHnt ind dsnghter and Mr. and Mf». Ray tfatfleld and dattfhtef if tended pnbile installation of the Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges In Histlats flatarday evening. Mrs. O. (J. Ryan and Mrs. rot- rest Aefceftbattgh attended the shower for MM. Re* Davis In H&ndefTOfl Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Trent Jones and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Brammefef were visitors In the Owl Schlppef home Friday evening. «| ftffto* fill DW* $*tt* flftfc 5 ! JftjfcJtafc JJtXXt **, JKiiri*t»A Qt-fl**- ral acyv inn fs soinro fnr- *t Mirth /or HILLSDAU no drt Co * Mr8 ' vis- Tille and George Mings wfeo. have been vlsitJns friends a R d trapping Jn Missouri the past two weeks returned home last week, W. Q. Resb and ch,Udren, 0 r y gT tal and Qeorge, and Mrs. A4ji*» Woods were IB MaJyern * Roscoe Parker Mrs. Clifford Osmer Parkers uflay, Kathrya Auderawj 04 Walt Hubbell of near Haogeae YUited friers lu town Mrs. B. f, Orftwfwrd ta-uijat* nun W* ha«l dead H»«», Hwiw, C*«lp, Mr. and Mrs. 1. W. Castor, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schilling and daughter, Ruth Ellen, and Pearl Flem* Ing spent Monday evening in the Marion Mahan home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schilling spent Friday with her grandmother, Mrs. Nlms, south of Emerson. Mr. and Mrs. Lorell Vlner and daughter, Mary 1 in, were visitors in the Fred Pheips home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lorell Vlner visited his parents near Henderson FrldaV. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Holllngs- worth spent Sunday with his brother, Lester. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Hilton, Paul and Laura were Sunday guests In the Edd Gilbert home. Mrs. Cowardln of Pacific Jane- tion visited the past week with her daughter, Mrs, Charles Coffee, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brooks entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs, L. L. Richardson and Marlln, Mr. and Mrs. June Wise and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Markel, Mr. and Mrs. J. R Graves, and Mr. and Mrs. Pay McManlgal and son. " Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coffee and Betty had as Sunday dinner guests his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Coffee, and Mr. and Mrs. George Stence, all of Omaha. Friday, Jan. 16, is Community night at the Hltlsdale church. ' Tony Sarg, internationally known »rUit,\ toy' a« and marionette showman, i* the creator of a Mris* of xi Conoco Bronze Gasoline cartoons which will appear In newspaper during tn« first thrw month, of MM. Sa^, •{wwnjjbove with several characters from his marionette ?«°n 2™" tt ^ I * U "> d XY lu ' **? ln G"»t«»»»» and^Sd in Germany, News of .his employment was accompanied b» the announcement that Continental Oil Company will spend more for newspaper advertising in 1934 than daring any previous year. ^^ C L O STN G OUT on the B - E - K1 *ne farm'two riiiles south, one mile west of Malvern on THURSDAY, JAN. as commencing at eleven o'clock sharp, 113 Head of Livestock 113 :-r 6 Head of Horses Span bay geldings, 4 and 5 yrs, old, weight »,, w 8,7gQ Span bay geldings, 10 yrs, old, weight ,,.^. W 8,240 Smooth mouth team, weight ^_,,,,_,.., m , wiw 3,42Q' A good bunch of horses for farm work and in good nnvt ft JA.J «.«K — -4 , * iC condition, 7 Head of Cattle" Yellow-cow, 8 yrs, old, giving 2 gallons milk peV day, ' idgow giving milk| Red cow, dry. Yearling White Shomhorn bull} Yearling Shorthorn ,. heifer, ,TWO calvei A rnont>, 0 nM * WHJHW™ .TWO calves 4 mopths old. 14 f\ C* C 1 A A IJ J tl •?•*•«• • v' *>? ^ '• : ~ "er ' ' i-^*s^ -, - ^;^^<^ HUbS IQO Head Hampshire Shoat» r weight 60 Ibs. uis ^— " j j ii.nm.. IT i inT.L. ' • ••-.:- f^~-* * 1-f?. 3 Good Jfarrn Schuttler, Charter Qak, boxes,- > -• wheel rack, Six foot McGormick naower, liafer. with *' , '. - < *! »§f lessl w»».fUi«jWK5f.?^ IP n/maa .M^vn*^v«& *»—._T__j^__4 -. - NESS .''™»^

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