The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on February 1, 1934 · Page 6
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t»AGE SIX -M HASTINGS ,»^—CTen Ik C. tt. Mr*. N. W. Colling; and ter, Mrs. Fern Wallahan. drove to Council Bluffs Saturday to attend a birthday party in honor of Mr*. C. H. Baxter. It was] planned for her by her granddaughter, Mrs. Richard Thornton, and was a cotnplete surprise. "There were a dozen ladles present and they remembered her with a number of pretty birthday gifts. Luncheon was served at 1 o'clock. M. B. Fellows, D. D. Fellows, and Fred Priest drove to Creston Friday night where they attended a Masonic meeting and saw C. H. Blttner raised to the third degree. He had gone down before so was greatly surprised when the Hastings brethren put in an appearance. Clarence Genung of Atkinson, Nebr. visited over night Thursday In the 7,. T. Oranteer home north of town and visited awhile In Hastings with old tlmo friends. He had brought a shipment of Battle to Omaha. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Tod Clark In Hastings Saturday. Jan. 27. We extend congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Fellows were In Omahh Saturday. Mrs. Mildred Achenbach of Shenandoah came up Sunday for a visit in the W. 8. Purcell home. CfVofch Notes Church at 10. Sunday school at 11. Epworth League at 7:36. We hare made a Blight change in our services. We have church Sunday morning at 10 o'clock instead of evening and Sunday at 11. Epworih League on Thursday nt 7:SO o'clock. An hour of worship and an hour of recreation. We are having a good attendance at Leagne. The Emerson Epworth League entertained our League at Emerson Sunday evening. An enjoyable evening was reported. Mr. and Mrs. Will Courtier entertained a number of their friends at a dance at their home Saturday evening. R. F. Crawford and sons. Warren and William, and Loren Neb- bltt were Malvern visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Clltes spent Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Clltes spenl Saturday evening In the Reuel Harman home. Mrs. Ruth Huntsman ot Emerson visited Saturday In the Ted Clark home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Read and daughter, Thyllla Joan, visited Wfldnrortlay evening In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hall. Mrs. Roy Viner stayed at her last week, re- ro LEARN SMOKE CIGARS scene / ... . feature at the Sunday and PAUL NEW SCREEN FIND ADMITTED TO THE DIRECTOR THAT HE DIDN'T KNOW HOW TO no* to present & teeffla'te tfl »n fMetesta* way. He &*ne* to IM as OB* of 6-ttf eWrre*'* fe*a:«* Cnttetta* faf»eiL H* win HWptr6 All w»6 feeaf Wm. W6 afljlett to at! of tbe meifnters a*d frtends ot the cbftTc* to fee p*e*ftfrt n-eit Snwday to hear him present tfce cans* ot o*r own cMre* tefceol, Si*pBoti coTJcge. fro eiwfcial otet- htg win %e taken. We were grlftd to fcste wftn a* at the evening Mrvfce last Sunday & taf ge retresefttftttte iromp from Oaks, ffeehr comtog was * complete surprise trot ft Bappy OB8. Is ft possible that the weather was mticn colder in town than fa tire COTintry test Snfrday nlgnt? The reason thl* question i* asked Is beeanse the country folk ont- nnmbefed the town (oik at the evening service by a substantial majority. Perhaps they didn't know It was cold in town nntil they afHred. We call to all the church folk to be prayerfully concerned about the evangelistic services that are to be held in the near future. They are to - start on Feb. 11. The Macedonia and Malvera pastors will be with < us to help in this campaign. These meetings will be held at the Henderson church. The pastor is still looking for subscriptions for the Advocate, our church paper. K. E. Nesbitt. here Empress Theater Harold O'Dell of Corning vislt- 1 Saturday in the H. L. Christie tended the Epworth League Institute services at Glenwood Saturday: Gladys and Elmo Kites, Elmo Smith, George and Crystal Resh, Marjorle and Dorothy Haden, Edna Henderson, Kdlth VIn- er, Esther Kldwell, and Lola Largent. George Plckerlll who la visit- Ing hl« son Tom Plckerlll, near Olenwood vialted friends in town Wednesday. Miss Maxlne Dawnon of Riverton visited a few days last week with her grandmother, Mrs. W. D. Llnthlcum. Mrs. Zeno Bass and daughter, Anna Rose, of Straban were IB town Friday. Robert William suffered from an attack of appendicitis last •week but is much better now. IOWANA •.Jfc n i st.t- ™ ™ Red Oak 3rd 'VOL &SAT,Feh. 2nd, SALLY 6»MALLEY SENSATIONAL FAN DANCER with GIRL REVUE 4 Days Starting Sunday, Feb. 4th. Continuous snow Sunday, 2:30 till 11. earing for Mrs. Ted Clark. Misses Margaret Shepard and | Kathryn Anderson of Malvern i visited school here Friday, Master Floyd elites while visiting his cousin, Warren Clltes, at Emerson Saturday had the misfortune to run a weed stub through his wrist puncturing a vein. He was given medical attention at once and bis wrist is getting along just fine. Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Young and daughter, Irene, were Omaha visitors Saturday, Meivin Ord who has been employed in Omaha returned borne last week. Miss Evelyn Crawford is assisting with the house work at the home of Mrs. J, F, Wearin in Malvern. Miss Regina Lookabill of Omaha visited the week end witb ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lookabill. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schurr and children were Red Oak vis* itors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. elites au- toed to Omaha Monday, Mr. and Mrs. John Trybom and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Gustafson o1 Red Oak were guests in the Herman Schurr home Sunday, Harry Potter and family visited Sunday in the Cliff Plumb home. Franklin Nlday of Glenwood visited Saturday evening in A. V. elites home. ed to visited over Sunday In the Harry Himlller home. Mrs. Faye Blunt and sons. Robert and Kieth, visited Sunday in he home of her father, G. B. Fickel. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Read and daughter, Delores, of Olen- wood were visitors in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Crawford and daughter, Harriett, visited Sunday in the H. P. Rea home at Essex. Mrs. Wm. Clark St., Mrs. Cecil Woods, Mrs. Wm. Clark Jr., and Charley Clark were Shenandoah visitors Friday. BAVIEJ yWOOD BIIWCROJBX Mr. and Mrs. Silas Clark of Council Bluffs visited Sunday in the home of Mrs. Wm. Clark, Dr. Edgar Christy reports the birth of a nine pound baby girl, born Saturday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Clark, This makes them two sons and two daughters. We extend congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Volz and Miss Millie Gale were Shenandoah visitors Thursday. Miss Ruth Pierce, student at Nebraska University at Lincoln, visited a few days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pierce. Lee Qulmby of Lincoln, Nebr. visited over Sunday in the home of bis mother, Mrs. Louisa Qulmby. j Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fellows of , near Tabor and Mr. and Mrs. Mil- Mrs. Art Whitney and daugh-jlard Curtta of ter, Norma, of Brooks visited over Sunday In the Sunday in the Roy Qulmby home. home. HENDER Strahan visited M. B. Fellows ASBURY THE fcfc fceH-NUt PICNIC O VBft fit ft certain part o* th« Green Forest grtw Mlvef -fcrrlkea bwel.es, tie Wees that Petef R*t»Mt thinks are the most fcatfttffll 6f all trees that in winter ait fear* of leaves. Already they were ptttif bare, a&d the leaves which .till clung to them were cft«p sad yellow, The beech trees, like Johnny Chock, were *bot>t ready to go to sleep tot the winter, too e«e, thtf ? trimmer work was about finished. In fact, It was qnlte finished, for beneath them hiding among the crisp fallen leaves were ever and ever »o many Hr* ( brown, three- sided little BttU, the sweetest tittle nnts In the world. That is what Farewell Party, for the „ Harry Evan* Family A farewell party was given at the Farmers' Union hall last Friday night honoring the Harry Evans family who move this week to the B. K. Kline farm southwest ot Malvern, Friends and neighbors came until the hall was fairly packed which is all that need be said of the friends this good faintly leave In this neighborhood. But they are not going so far away but that they are still members of the association as they hare always been. Mr. Evans has been secretary and treasurer of Farmers Union local No, 8 for three years and president of the local holiday association since Us organization two years ago. Mrs. Evans was secretary and treasurer of the Auxiliary one year so we feel that we are not only losing a good neighbor but a, willing worker In more ways than one. We wish them every success borne. In their new Stonebrakcr Heads the Henderson School Board At the regular meeting of the school board of the Henderson consolidated schools held Jan. 22, the resignation of June Flckel who has moved to Washington, D. C., was accepted and the board How One Mam Lost 22 Pounds Mr. Herman Runkls of Detroit writes: "A few lines of thanks from a rheumatism sufferer—My first bottle of Kruschen Salts took all of the aches and swellings out ot my joints—with my first bottle I went on a diet and lost 22 pounds and now feel like a new man." To lose fat safely and quickly take one half teaspoonful of Kruschen Salts in a glass ot hot water before breakfast every morning—• an 85c bottle lasts 4 weeks—Get it at any drug store in America. If not joyfully satisfied after the first bottle—money back, adv elected In his place Ward Flckel the <• to fill out the term. The board then reorganized by electing S. G. Stonebraker as president of the board, succeeding June Fickel who had retired. was *o j»wch offered for so UuU The new AlUs« » h» «wy- handle a We Abo Have a Full Line of Tractor Implements Ask us for particr ulars about the ALllS CHALMERS Cornbelt Combine They will you it' .s n \vhe*t. interest ! 4 grow Mrs. Jim Linthicum and son of Hastings were dinner guests Wednesday in the Ed Brown home, Roy Farrington of Carson is in the Mercy hospital in Council Bluffs suffering from blood poisoning in his leg. The friends of Mr. Dobbs are sorry to learn he is confined to his bed with heart trouble. Dr. and Mrs, R. L. South went to Des Moines Wednesday where Dr. South attended a convention. They returned home Thursday. A group of young folks enjoyed a party Tuesday evening at the Jud Coppock home. The evening was spent in playing cards and visiting atter which fruit salad, cookies, and cocoa were served. C. JS. Edmoudson, T, F. GOUT* ley, Jim Simmons, and Brick Huntsman were in Lincoln, Nebr. Tuesday. Grandma Farrington has been quite poorly the last few days at the home of her sqp, Otta. She recently returned from Carson where she had been with ber daughter, Mrs. Cora Maynes. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Paul attended the funeral of Mrs. John Smith at Red Oak Tuesday, The Smiths formerly lived here on the farm now occupied by Roy Viner, Elton Clayton and family were guests Sunday in the A. O. Harney home in Omaha. Mrs, Harry Paul enjoyed a visit Thursday from her mother and sister of Red Oak. Mrs. Earl Boileau and sou vis tted in Sheua»doah the last of the week, Mr. Boileau going down after them Sunday. Mrs. Flossie Bronaou and son of Unlonvllle, Mo. visited her sister, Mrs. Fred McVey, and family last week. Sum Hausar and fuwlly of OmuUa were guoftti Sunday in tlu» Wilburu Houaar and Jl» homed. Mr. and Mm. Hale Wood* moved Uurt week Into part of Will 8w»U bams. MM, w. B. Wheeler »ttwM4 the fuuernl of t friend In " live. fimuiM!) l»u,B|ffi 04 itaidi Jud Coppock visited relatives in Emerson .Thursday. Mrs. La Hue's mother who lives near Treynor has been quite poorly for several days, Mrs, Donald McKenzie treated the members of tbe Cbrlstian Ladies' Aid Society to .a cake Wednesday in honor of her birthday. Home made ice cream and coffee were served also. Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Harbor were Red Oak visitors Thursday. Chester McKeeney bas purchased tbe place just nortb of town owned by Otta Farrington. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Myers who have been living there moved Friday to the borne of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otta Farrington. Mr. and Mrs, T. D. Phillips ana Bill and Eleanor Phillips visited in tbe Donald Phillips home in Lincoln Sunday, A pot luck lunch was enjoyed Thursday at the M, B. Ladies' Aid meeting. Several visitors were present, Mrs. Champ Harover who has been caring for ber mother. Mrs, N. A. Brown, of Carpon, who has been quite sick, returned to ber home in Ade) Sunday, "My, But This is Going to B« Somt Plcnicl" Boater Bear says, anyway, but perhaps he isn't a fair Judge. Those brown three-sided little nuts were the gift of the silver- barked beech trees, for the joy and well-being of some of their featb ered and furred neighbor.. All summer long those little nnts had been growing In little prickly husks OB the beautiful beech tree*. At first, they had been green, but with th coming of fall they had turaei brown. Now had come Jack Frot -oft* ptil)-October<night and ' Auxiliary Met With Mrs. Herman Knop The ladies of tbe Auxiliary and their families, drove to the Herman Knop farm northeast of Malvern Tuesday of last week with well filled baskets, such as farm wives can fill, and enjoyed a big dinner together. Atter tbe table was cleared the ladies took up their Auxiliary work for an hour and the rest of tbe day was spent In visiting and enjoying music by the Knop brothers and sister Delia and Dwigbt Shaw. It was a most enjoyable day and will not be soon forgotten, Mrs. Art Phelps a.n4 Mrs, Bee- vis Sowers were i» Omaha Friday, Robert Haroyer epent the week end with Dorothy Owens in. ha. His parents and Tilly and Octa Harover drove to ha Sunday and he returned borne with them. WESLEY CHAPE, Wesley-Hendereon On Feb. 4 ul secretary of Simpson, will speak at both fSPjftiB? evening services. My, a forceful speaker «B4- ksawi Will Meet at Hall Next Tuesday, Feb. 6 The Farm Union ladles and their friends will mee^ at- the Union ball in an all day meeti next Tuesday, Feb. 6, The ladies will quilt a quilt for Mrs. B, B. Combs who is etill a, hospital patient but is doing fine,Corn*Hog Sign U The men of this conimmiHy all meeting at ttte Union hall t week lor a sign up weeUns the corn an.4 bog. program of the com in this territory sealed. Reducing the gold content p the doiter fifty per sent may the amount of our debts in two but it will, do We same thing to the money we earn wUb wWpb ,to pay the debts. little'brown nuts and they had rat tied merrily down through th branches to the ground and roller this way and rolled that way unde the crisp fallen leaves. 0* many r -* — those Httte Irasfcs on we wtfffflf to* IS* Wot owners ot those Sharp ey*t when &»e* Frott ii ~» .... ^ JL-. iff. A't'ftA L$ft He always raaites BW known by gofftf ftbotrt ilyty pinching all ^fenu Be }ast by way of Kretttnfc 8« early la the* morning after Jtdt Frost bad opened the little prickly bust*, many feet turned oward that part of tbe Green Forest where grow the bwitrtlfnl beech tfeet, and some wings were turned n that direction, too. tt was the day of the annual b«*ch.ntit picnic. Chatterer, the Rod squirrel, and his big cousin. Happy Jnrk, the Gray Squirrel, started just as sooft as It wan light enough to see, but •arty as they were, they found Mrs. Grouse and family there before them. Hardly had they arrived when Sammy Jay appeared and. t am sorry to say, he and Chatterer at once began to rait each other tames. Then came Redhead, ' a cousin of Dnifiitm>r, the Woodpecker, who Is very fond of beech nuts. Big Tom, the Gobbler, and Mrs. Gobbler, and their whole f amity ef young Gobblers, now nearly as big •s their parents, were tbe next to ar* rite, and Chatterer greeted them with i perfect storm of tbuse. to which they didn't pay the least attention, chatterer simply wasted his breath. * Presently there was a rattle ot leaves, and who should appear but Llghtfoot, the Deer. Unc* Billy and Mrs. Possum arrived t few minutes liter, their sharp eyes twinkling greedily. Wbltefoot tbe Wood Mouse, was there, though be took pains to keep out of light. Of course, Peter Rabbit was there. Not that Peter was tt all Interested In those sweet, brown nuts. Peter doesn't eat nut*, yon know, Be WM there lust because he couldn't stay away. He wanted to see what WM going on. i Last of all, shuffling along'with funny grunts and whines OKfC Klw to/help make winter sleep abend of him, l> "My, but this is going to be some picnic I" murmured Peter Rabbit C, T. W, Bufl«w.*-WNO Btrvlc*. Enjoy This Finer Quality *Frt»h from:thi Gtrd«ni" Horses mid Mules ' •',".. '. T; ' "' A * '' - ' . •- to tftftlv«-t« ot the station* . is to be made good teem Qf Horses and Mules

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