The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on February 8, 1934 · Page 9
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A S T I N G S llebf ate Five k Marriage Sunday Sunday Sunday was the thirty- .....rivefBftry of the marriage tfr. and-Mrs. Fred Priest. It site the thirty-first anniver- ot Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Smith Sinerson and the wedding an- ersartes ot Mr. and Mrs. James bin, Mr. aad Mrs. Robert teyman and Mr. and Mrs. D. Kinney of- fiinerson also oc- red in February so the Priests ertained the five couples at nef honoring all o! them. )inner was served In the Priest ne at i o'clock and as these old friends gathered at the live board it was a merry inp. Many good stories were a of the days that are past and ny happy reminiscences enjoy- along with the splendid dinner ved by Mrs. Priest, After dinner all settled down a good old fashioned visit that sed this day of friendship and lowshlp. It was a day and a dinner long be remembered by all present. x Applicant* for Huttings Post Office L. L. Qreefiwalt finishes his m of post master at Hastings a short time but that doesn't kan that Hastings must be with- it a post master. The govern- lent has announced a time for tceivlng applications for exam latlon and six have filed for the [ace. They are: Mrs. Ascha .jokabtll, Mrs. Geraldlne Dolph rs. Emma Parker, R. L. Chris e, Shirley Smith, and Frank [an Busklrk. No trouble to se >et a good one from that lot (hey are all good. urlington Give* Cinders for Hasting* Street The C. W. A. workers hav een busy recently surfacln )nie of the Hastings streets wit: ome fine cinders that are beln irnished by the Burlington ral! >ad. Two cars have already bee nloaded and more are coming, bey make a good roadway. Mrs. Cecil Woods, Mrs. Wm. Hark, Mrs. Roy Viner, and mche Woods were ..Glenwood Mrs. Jacob Bare Died Monday jft Council Blaff* Mrs. Jacob Bare, oite of the pioneer resident of the neighborhood north of Hastings, was tat- en to the fidfenndeon hospital last Thursday Battering fro» an internal cancer. She was too far gone for much relief, however, and she passed away Tuesday afternoon. The body was brought down to the Mansfield Funeral Home in Malvern Monday evening and funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at St. Johns Evangelical i church northeast of Malvern. JgB New* af Hasting* Public Schools Friday Afternoon MAL^RS, taw*, rasJIMMY PAGE NINE fcpworth Leaguer* , m Have Pot Luck Supper The Epworth League young eople had a pot luck supper at he M. 13. church Thursday eve- ing at 6 o'clock. Then they had worship services. Next Thursday evening captains have been ap- mtnted for a volleyball game and m Feb. 14 they will have a Val- mtlne party. Our attendance for Thursday was 22. Everyone is invited to come. Friday, Fe%. ft, Wilt be the second pfogratn to be given by the Alpian Society tinder the direction of their president, Lorraine CUrt. the following program win tw iven at 8:16. Everyone welome: Song, assembly. talk, "Lincoln's filrthday, Esther Kidwell. Songs, Kathryn Hatfleld and Thelma Scott. Piano solo, Lorraine Clark. Newspaper, Pauline Potter and Mildred Barland. Play, "Salesmanship.' Novelty number, Margaret Qulmby and Lavern Potter. Silas Clark and family ot Council Bluffs visited relatives In town Sunday. Ladies' Aid Will Meet February 1 The Ladies' Aid will hole their regular meeting Feb. 14 a the M. E. church. The program is as follows: Devotions, in charge of Mrs Cox. Roll call, nursery rhymes. Business. Playlet, "A Rebuilt Aid Mem her." Music, Mrs. Edgar Christy. February committee: Mrs Charley Hall, hostess; Mrs. Henr Washburn, Mrs. Fred Priest, Mrs Fred Pierce, Mrs. Chas. Vlner Mrs. Nelson Hall, Mrs. T. M Brazelton. Almrmi Visitors Regina LookaMtt, '32. who attends Omaha University, spent from Thursday until Sunday with her parents. Ethelyn Crawford, '32, student at Pern State Teachers' college, spent the -reek end with net parents. Her roommate, Marjory Hull, was a gnest of Ethelyn. The jnnfots ate Wording on their class play that Is to be given in the iiear future. Marguerite toting of Carson •visited school Friday, a guest ot fedith Vinef. Last Friday afternoon the high school had a kittenbatt game. Edgar Lookabill and Bad Mitchell chose np sides. They first chose a girl, then a boy, until eleven on each side had been chosen. The boys had to bat left handed. Edgar's side won by the score of fi- 4. We hope we will continue to have kittenball Weather. Metvift Trimmer Went to the Jennie Edmandson hospital in Council Bluffs where he under.»_«—~—„__ . . Ray, and Gladys attended a farewell dinner Sunday for C. Spangler and family af their home near Plattemonth, Nebr. Mr. and Mr*. John Apnew and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Robert* of Gravity were Sunday fcuents of Walter Hunt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Irish and sons. Vernon, Loren, and Junior. of Farragut were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Waterworth Sunday. Jim Morgan of Maryvttte, Mo. was a Sunday guest at the Cecil Woods home. went an operation l**t week. TThe Americans sdoptcd It Mr. and Mrs. Dent HItcs. Elmo, played it the tnrrenrier of both BnrBoyne and Cornwallls. yon stand up or sit tant thine i* not to afterward*. — Ronnofce Timw. ,.--.„.:= .;...-„..-..--. .m^~- . --' -,-,.„„ Yankee Doodle "Yankee Doodle" was written to make fun of American soldiers. It was written by a British army surgeon, Dr. Richard Schnekburg, and is an old Dutch tune. He wrote It while at Fort Crallo In the Revolutionary war and In It he derides the ragged looking troops of the colonists. Good Dependable LIFE INSURANCE written in The Bankers Life Company of DCS Moines, Iowa's Biggest Financial Institution. Protect your family with a policy. Make yourself independent in old age with an Annuity Policy. Let ME explain them to YOU. Andy J» Berkhimer Dependable Life Insurance Malvern, Iowa _ of Car- „'c»me r PrWay"and visited un- II Sunday with Edith Vlner. Miss Thelma Crawford is as- isting Mrs, Dorsey Byers near lenderson with her housework. Wilson Clark and family of Vhite Cloud visited Mrs. Bill Hark Friday. Miss Millie Gale was a Red Oak isitor Friday. Mrs, George Clark and family rlsited Friday in the home of Urs. Ted Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mtckel- son entertained a number of rlends st ft party at their home Baturday evening, Everyone pres- but enjoyed the evening. I Mrs. Woods and Mrs, Wm. 31ark visited from Friday until unday with relatives Jn Council Bluffs. Mrs. Ruth HuatsmftR and son Willie, Mrs. George Huntsman ind Gertrude Baker of Emerson Isited in the Ted Clark horn . W, F, Crawford suffered from slight stroke Wednesday but i Much better now. John Imel was taken suddenl 11 Sunday afternoon with an at ack pt appendicitis at his horn B Hastings. He was quite sick to > time but i? improving ntcel since and may not need an opera .Ion. Mr, and Mrs. Herry Ault and lobby drove down, from Omaha lunday and spent the day in the leorge Schurr home, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Scott and [is* Ar4Hh Owens were dinner tests Sunday of friends in Ran* C. E. Wilmeth visited over the week end with home folks at Nev- Insville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gary of Red Oak drove over Monday for a visit in the Fred Priest home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nlday, Miss Ardith Owens of Red Oak, and Ned Turner attended the basket ball game played by Omaha University and the Peru, Nebr., college teams Thursday night at Omaha. There was a good big crowd out at the Paul Richardson sale Friday and everything sold, most of it bringing very satisfactory prices. The Hastings Ladles Cem- I9tery~' Association" served an ex- ellent luncheon and cleared up nice sum for their treasury. Bill Gustln had the misfortune o fall ouT of his truck Wednes- ay and sprained his ankle quite ladly. It la much better now. Geo. Pickerill of Glenwood vis- ted friends in town a few days ast week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schurr were Red Oak visitors Thursday. Mrs. Reuel Harman visited Thursday afternoon in the A. V, Hites home. Miss Ethelyn Crawford, student at Peru, Nebr., spent the week end with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. H. Crawford. Ben Haroff and family of Beebeetown spent the week end with Mrs. R. G. Priest, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Crawford were Omaha visitors Tuesday Mrs, Crawford had dental work done while there. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Byers o: Henderson visited friends and relatives in town Friday, Mrs. Harold Scott visited Mrs Jack Niday Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. Bert Culley and son, Elvin. of Glenwood were via itors in town Friday, A. H. Crawford was in Glen wood ou business Thursday. 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