The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on February 1, 1934 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, February 1, 1934
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ftlt MALVfcRN LfeAOfetL MALVEftPf, IdWA, FE&RUART I. 1034 PAGEFIVfe EMERSON ttf. i#i Mrs. tJolden Dttte an- jkdtfnCw* tHJHr IB A* jri&Q ft Iftfrt S$il* jt^ju ijfc i^* iiiiSfefta* Sfci £1»&iA AKaihA. any w iwe BBf pll90 Cn tneir uxtttty fcfr*. ft *tft iPftt Iftit IbJi i&JfJt ^Jd iiat -A^&fiet Ae^^fc, -.j. •ffO SvUX CO DO QjCaC&t WUCU w* w »«* DitTwf ft&n Bf Mf. ftika Mi*, ft. W» tJtvfc ol i&tneftoii, and Miss ttiftdyfc Cta&gen, daughter of Mr. ah4 Mrs. Charles Clausen, neat Red Oak, drove down to Rockport* Mo. and there at the Baptist parsonage were united In marriage, the pastor officiating, they returned the same day to Emerson and kept the matter a secret tintii the announcement last Sunday. They expect to go to housekeeping the last of this week in the Denver Mart house which is being flied up tor their occupancy. We join their many friends in extending congratulations and good wishes, 'cox 1 GROCERY, Phone No. 9 — Malvern Tone Bro*. COFFEE, 3 Ibs. ... ^vt___B3c Soda CRACKERS, 2 Ib. box -_- 24c PORK and BEANS, Med. size. 5 for _24c T. & T. COCOA, 2 Ib. box -- 22c Stock SALT, 100 Ib. bag 79c P. & G. SOAP, 6 bar*, 1 Kirks Free —25c Monarch Cuke FLOUR - box -, • _23c Sunbritc CLEANSER, for Vanilla WAFERS, 1 Ib. box ,-,....-20c Black PEPPER, 1 Ib. for .2M- PAYING FOR CREAM .180 CASH EGGS 13c CASH ' J6c in TRADE ' Subject to Market Chaiige» Mr. and Mrt. St. L. Evans left Ittt we*t fo* a *«veral days visit &4 ftteAihMK^t^ iHrt »t uwoTra, UK — to Mf. and Mrs. Jesse , ittit. «, a ttttte «os. We etteud cott^atnlattons. Saith ahd Ralph Oodd were Oftaha visitors Monday. Harvey Bnllingtoti has moved frota the M. C. Warren tenant house to fooint in the Butineis- ter home. Mrs. L. B. trie retnrned to Bet home at batls City Tuesday via bus aftet spending ten days here in the home of her mother, Mrs. Orace Crawford. tot, ti. C. Blank spent the week end with friends near Anies. Wayne Hayes spent the week end With bis parents neat Corning. frank Oglevle has been ton* fined to his bed this week threatened with pneumonia. Ray M. Hicks is carrying mail on route one. Homer Black moved Sunday from rooms over the Davis grocery to the Joe Maynes property, Mr. and Mrs. John Carson and daughter, Jeannette, spent gun* day in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Paul Carson in Omaha, Mrs. Wilt Gammon of Pacific Junction came Saturday night to spend a few days with her mother, Mrs. Lydia Good. Fifteen from here attended the Mid-Winter Epworth League Institute at Olenwood Saturday: Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Rtpley and son, Billy, . Rollln Bass, Wayne Lambertz, Evelyn Lambertz, Rol- lln Warren, Clyda Warren, Dorothy Huntsman, Dorothy Kapple, Ruth Whitney, June Rice, Ruby Oillelaud, Leta Slater, and Jessie Kollenbarger. Supt, and Mrs. B. H. Paxson were Omaha visitors Saturday. Miss Jeanette Stewart spent the week end with her parents at Keota. Miss Marjorie Taylor of St. Charles spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Vannaus- dle were in Omaha Friday selecting their furniture. They will go to housekeeping in Mrs, Oil* more's house . vacated by Misses Grace and Leona Dlxon, Carson-property which they purchased recently. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bass returned Friday from Des Molnes where he attended a short course given by the Farm Bureau, D, C, Coppage had one of the wishes of his boyhood granted last week when he rode on a cattle train to Chicago. Mrs. Coppage took a passenger train and they spent a few days in Chicago on business and pleasure, returning home Wednesday evening. ' Rev, L, E, Ripiey returned Friday from Des Molnes where be spent'a few days, Miss Louise Qutschenritter of is visiting in the home,- H6«er Coppock of Strenafcdoah WM the speaker of the evening. Billy Ripiey wa* toastmertet *ed the following ptegfattt was presetted: Rev. it. B. Ripiey gave the invocation. toast, "What Cdinradeshlp oi a Lad Meaas to a bad," J. B. Waymlre. Response, "What the Coin* radeship of a Dad Means to a Lad," Rollin Bafts. "Father and Bon," song by chorus. Poem, "The M*n to Be," Roland Edie. Toast, "What Can a Dad Expect from a Lad?" M. C. Warren. Response, "What a Lad Can Expect from a Dad," Rollin Warren. Bong, "O Dad o* Mine," by the chorus. '• Address, Homer Coppock, Song, "Blest be the Tie." The ladies of the Ladies' Aid Society served a splendid menu that was enjoyed by alt, Sixty- seven plates were served, Mrs. Pearl Scoles of Red Oak spent the week end in the home of her sister, Mrs. E. B. Comer. Mrs. R. E. Dunn was a Red Oak visitor Friday. John H. James and daughters, Carrie and Marjorie, were Red Oak visitors Saturday, Mr, and Mrs. Alva Cramer and family of Omaha spent Sunday here in the home of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Cramer. Mrs. Cramer accompanied them home to spend the week with them. Mrs. Leslie Patrick is quite sick at her home north of town, Arlene Is taking a weeks vacation from her school duties to care for her mother this week. B. E. Combs was in Omaha Thursday to see his wife in the Methodist hospital, Mrs, Combs was not operated on as stated in the paper last week but is, taking violet ray treatment. Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Henry and mother, Mrs. Ray Henry, and son, Kenneth, of Plattsmouth, Nebr. spent Saturday and Sunday in the Emily Burton home. They all went to Shenandoah Sunday afternoon, ,•-,', ,- ,' , '• - ' •- •" - - '-' ' ' UK*-' CHAMPION HILL SAFETY FIRST DON'T RUN OTHERS DOWN Doa't be misled —there has been no change in the operating personnel of the Whits Rose to Mm ?9» witfc WWt§ Eoarea Motor Qils~Firestone Glycerine National Wght We were glad to welcome Mrs. Sherman Allen back to Sunday school this week after an absence of about two months on account of serious illness, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Bullington and children visited Sunday with his mother at Climax. Mr. and Mrs. Pollitt from near Strahan visited In the Merrill Briggs home Tuesday, Wilma Cooper stayed Saturday night with Mrs. Jennie Kellenbarger in Emerson, June Parker was unable to at- I tend Sunday school this week on account of sickness, She also missed school and It was the first she had been absent this school year, Jpe McLaln and his son, Dean, attended the father and son banquet in Emerson Friday evening and report a profitable evening, Francis Parker, Mr, ana Mrs. Sherman Allen and Joe, Clarence Bishop, ftfrs, H, B, MeLain, Wanda and jean KQCberapereer were Red oak visitors Saturday, Qenevleve Huntsman, her parents borne from Oak Saturday ami visited until Sunday evening when she return* e4 to the Sherman Alien home, Myrtle Shelley spent weanes* day IR Emerson at the home of her old neighbor, Rosa gayer, 4oab visitor Thursday, Hetty Wednesday sftereoos Oea» baby Mr, [tertalne4 ter p&re»tB, Mr, a&4 Mrs, Otlft BftYie, f row W&f Qsfiwn, »M bf y aunt* Mrs, L, 8, Burst, el J4ur coin, Nebr, Mra, Burst Wife on her way to Oea Moiae* to visit her at DfeweiL Ffttos, At P. N. »t f* wtlw* Slltfi ft# f f*li*l**»iit ^ I iPof MI efr* fre»R& wor* Jn . ft ftf of Work ith Fund* &nd children's health is the purpose of the Coirirty Christmas Seal eom- ttrftte*. ee»t*«a of Mies Pearl "•' ' Mr». F. J. MIS, JtaMlftga; Miss Mary GieftWood; Mrs. I. F. W«i«ft» Matrert; Mrs. f. ». Phillip*, Heiidftrson; Mrs. Frank Boyle, Pacific Junction; Miss DOf* Bnrgoln, Silver City, and M». F. J. Steele, Strahan. These tidies met on Saturday, Jan, 20, to check up on the 1933 •aid of Christinas seals, and build their pfogratn for 1934. Mrs. Smith, tie county nurse, was also present, and totd of the work that she has done so far In the county. She spoke of the splendid cooperation gJ»en her by the doctors, dentists, and school people of the county. She has found many children With defects of vision, hearing, teeth or throat, but said that the mouths of the children were In far better condition, as a whole, than they would have been had the dental program not been followed. In the nine years that the sale of the Tuberculosis Christmas seals has furnished a fund la Mills county even though small, to carry on health activities, there has been a steady progress. In the beginning, health crusade material was used, first aid kite purchased for schools and health literature obtained. Heart and chest clinics were held. Then paper towels and room thermometers were put into the schools until the school boards would realize the value of such equipment. Then the dental program was begun, the best advance guard for general good health that can be found. Will anyone who keeps his mouth clean be dirty otherwise? Lastly a short time nuraing service has been maintained each year in the county, and some extreme cases taken care of. When the time for a county health unit the ground work will have been laid by the little penny Christmas seals. About $2,600 has been raised and used in the county in these past. nine years — only a little over $250 a year — not sal* this year was ftot very large but the committee carries on In tttft knowledge that even a Httle can do good and lit the hope that some day the results Will be greater. tfc* report* oy towns as given st the meeting en Saturday was as follows: Emerson,; Olenwood, 1117.40; Hastings, $11.14; Hen- dergon, (Si,IS; Malvern, $42.77; Pacific Junction, $14.08; Silver City, $29.60. A splendid report comes from Silver City where 70 tetters were sent out: 67 of these 70 receiving the letters, bought seals, 11 bought none, and only two failed to return the letter. Other places reported more letters than this not returned. It is not too late yet, even fot a purchase. The amounts given above, are totals from which the slate quota Will have to be taken. About $150 will be left for use in Mills county and part of the amount will be used to* buy the supplies for the county nurse, who Is provided through the CW8. Such a report, larger or smaller, coming from thousands of communities all over the United States, means that health work la going on, and accomplishing genuine good. Through the efforts of the National Tuberculosis Association, the "white plague," so- called, is no longer the dread disease that it once was, although it could very easily be again, it constant care were not taken. This is the only real health fund in the county, and this is often true In the many communities where this work is carried on. Every seal, little penny lifesaver, bought by anyone in Mills county, will help carry on this splendid health work. tfteir Bjowey. They were teanettej Dtodson sM Donald Stntle. A1 mixed chorus from the yottnR peoples choir sang a upeclal which was very «HCR enjoyed by the listeners. Rev. Nesbftt of Wesley- Henderson was present and dellv- ered * helpf nl sermon at the close of the Snrrday school hour the ladies of the Oaks Sunday school netted Initcn «t the O. E. Harman sate last Wednesday and were well satisfied with the proceeds, clearing $31. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vlner and Mrs. d. O. Ryan Were in Shenandoah Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Achen- baagh and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schilling attended the jubilee in Shetiandoah Wednesday. Those visiting and shopping in Shenandoah Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. 1. W. Castor, Mrs. L. B. Brammeler, Mrs. M. A. Mahan and daughters, Velma and Jewell, Mrs. Will Vtner and sons, Gerald, Byron, and Ralph, Mrs. John Walker and daughter, Edythe, and Mr. and Mrs. Bad feronke and children. Mr. find Mrs. Karl Harman and children spent Sunday In the home of his parents near Malvern. Velma Mahan had dental work done In lied Oak Saturday afternoon. OAKS Oak» Sunday School Notes We had an attendance of 44 in Sunday school Including one visitor. Memory verses were recited by the smaller classes. Birthday money was dropped In the bell by Mrs. Trent Jones, Dwaln Schlpper, Floyd Ricks, also two who were unable to be there sent Party for Birthdays home with them for an vf*ft with her children, James Hicks, Mrs. Trent Jones, and Mrs. L*e Hatchings. Mr. and Mr«. Pirk Boyd gave a party Friday night for friend* and relatives. The Boyd family are tooting to Mtssoari in a few days. Rev. K. E. Nesbitt was a Wp-per guest In the L. El. BrammeleT home Sunday evening. L. E. Brammeier and Marlon Mahan made a business trip 8*t- nrday to Omaha and to T*rklo, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. James Hicks and children and Mr. and Mrs, Trent Jones and children visited in the home of their sister, Mrs. Lee- Hatchings, Thursday evening. Arlin Miller"* Sale It Meld Today Arlln Miller's big closing ottt sate Is being held thl» Thursday at the farm west of Strahan, »» advertised In last week's Leader. Mr. Miller has one of the best ot- ferlngs that will be made this year and should have ait unusually good sate. The Oaks Sunday school gave a party Saturday evening honoring all birthdays in the month of January, A large crowd attended and enjoyed the evening. At the close welners, sandwiches, and coffee were served. Red Oak shoppers from this vicinity Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schilling and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilkinson' and children, Mrs. Marion Mahan and daughters, Mr. and Mrs, t. W. Castor, Mrs, L. E. Brammeler, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Phelps and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Achenbaugh and children. Will Snodgrass and Ear] Harman had business in Olenwood and Malvern Saturday afternoon. Elbert and Garland Hutchings returned from their visit In Missouri Thursday. Their grandmother, Mrs. Geo. Hicks, came Reduced Prices on Meat Cures Ham Pickle, per jar . — Cures BOO Ibs. meat. Wright's Smoke, «1 per quart M** Smokes 300 Ibs. meat. Smoke Salt, per 10 Ib. can Cures 100 Ibs. meat. ....$1 S. CLEM West Side Drug Store ADDITIONAL HASTINGS Red Oak were dinner guests last Sunday of Mr, and Mrs, Jack Nlday, Later they with Marcus Bowen accompanied Miss Ruth Pierce to Lincoln where she resumed her studies in the Nebraska State University. Grade Party at E. H. Ord Home The seventh and eighth grade room with 0, E. Wllmeth as teacher enjoyed a party at the E. H. Ord home Monday evening. Vanlta and Delbert Ord are both In that room. Three high school students were chosen for an even number; Leora Christie, Lillian Crawford, and Porothy Haden, The evening was spent in playing various games. • Refreshments consisting of home made ice cream and wafers were served, New* of Hftftingt Public Schools Agriculture Claw in Court The agriculture class dad a urt trial last week which the Juniors and seniors witnessed. The participants; Marvin Pontow, plaintiff and landlord. koran Nebitt, defendant and renter, Attorneys for Pontow; JSsther and Robert Blunt. for Nebitt; Marvin and Virginia Spott. j Poa.tow'a Case I 1, FestQw sues Nebttt for pfeopptpg gng burning chicken bowse, , S»es defendant for 1885 nates, ft* Charges assault and battery. Faataw agrees to furnish dl4u't. 8» Nebitt deman^ J8Q for esw killed by chicken feettje, Wowing ever fl« it 8. Blanker and atteffip,t to eWu to, aijta contract. witsesies: FINE PRINTING It is so much more fun to do outstanding printing than the ordinary kind that we often wonder why anyone does any other kind, The Leader takes considerable pride in doing the various printing work ordered by its customers in a little better way than seems essential, Proper types, suitable paper, freshness and originality in design and careful craftsmanship — these are the essentials of good printing. If you art in need of printing of any kind—from sale bills to fine stationery or from inexpensive business forms to smart booklets — we will be glad to assist with the dejjgn, to plan the content and to fur* msh an accurate cost estimate in advance,

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