The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on February 8, 1934 · Page 10
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 10

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, February 8, 1934
Page 10
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MALVEMI USAPfett, SIR A H AN _«.-.. --^^.-^^.-rf^A^.^re^-^jfr^'Baag:.. -«^^-«^«"»a"aimr ^^^M^ggja^^aB^2>aaaaaiiisa^ffiS8aBfiiai^ PatheM Sons at Banquet In Stfattan Chufch tlijoy &tf freed Mid Program W*d*M!«d*y The annual Fathers and Sons banquet held In the Methodist ehnrcn at Stratian last Wednesday evening was one of the largest and best attended ever held there and they hare had some Blighty good ones In the past. Preparations had been made tor a crowd, however, so all were well (ed nnd cared for, albeit somewhat crowded aa 103 ot the men and boys of the Strahan community partook of the bountiful meal provided by the ladles of the community. Preceding the banquet -which was held In the bnsrmpnt of the church, a nice program was given in the church auditorium, under the direction of Mrs. Frank Steele. It Included an instrumental duet by HIP Barnard brothers, a rloliii solo by Virgil Hammaefc. a vocal duet by Mrs. Frank Steele and 8. M. Crlswell, a male trio by nobert and lltcbnrrt Barnard and Dale Hlllyer. At the banquet table tho program under direction of Prof. • Walter ERECTS as toasttnaster included the following: "The Job of Being a Son," Vir- gll Hommack. "The Job of Being a Dad," Jesse Wilson. "From the Teacher's Standpoint," Supt. Ben Coxon. The main address of the evening was given by Homer Coppock of Shenandoah who gave one of the finest addresses on the relationship of father and son ever heard here. It was a fitting climax to this big community meeting. Already plans are under way, as last year, for a mothers and daughters banquet to be put on within the next two weeks and this, as last year, will be served by the men of the community. They will have to go some to equal the one put on by the ladles. Mrs. Virgil Cnrtls and Mildred Htllyer planned a very appropriate miscellaneous «ho*er for Mrs. Helen Fisher which was given at the home of her mother, Mrs. Robert Shanl. last Saturday afternoon. The rift* were daly opened and admired and were both nsefal *nd pretty. After a pleasant afternoon together the hos- terepit served refreshments ot an- ffl food cake, raspberry whip and cocoa. Those attending were: Mrs. James Fisher and daughter, Franel.«. Loretta Horn. Marjorie LauKhtln. Mrs. W. A. Angus and Marparet, Maxine Bell, Elolse Olsen, Faye Bayes, Maxine Dolph, Mrs. Edna Hammock, Mrs. Charlotte Curtis. Mrs. Virgil Curtis Mrs. Robert Shaul, Mildred Hlll- yer, Norma Shanl, nnd the honor puest. News of the Strahan Consolidated School Third and Fourth Grades The third and fourth grades finished their alphabet booklets, this week and are ready now to j try Valentines. ' Third and fourth grade people i are trying very hard not to erase! or write over spelling words. I Those having perfect papers thlsj week were Kenneth Swain, Jerald Cunningham, and Tom Bradley. Third grade people gave n little play, "David's Friends," In the first and second grade room Wednesday. Fourth grade pupils are keep- Ing their own score chart for oral words. The class scores each pupil's work as excellent, good, fair or poor. Mr. and Mrs. 3. H. Chfrrcnm«n| and eon. Coy, *ere Sunday dm- ner guests tn the Everett Chat eft- man home in Taoor. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cortfc attd Lowell Curtis were dinner gtjests Sunday IB the Mfllard Curtis* home. f o tfe* Me*i«*fr of One ft*to*red Laura Marguerite Miller, daughter of Frank ft. and Ina Mitler, was born in. Mo«t county, Iowa. Nov. 9. «. passed away at the Iowa odist hospital In Des Moines.Jan. 22 1934 at the age of thirty-two years, two months, and thirteen days. . Her childhood days were spent on the farm home near tted Oak. She graduated from Red Oa* high school In 1919 and taught school for a few years, entering Simpson college at Indlanola In the fall of 1922. Here were spent many happy days of study, fellowship, and dreaming and here began the compaionshtp which rulmlnntPd on June 5, 1926 In the marriage to E. LeRoy Pullman To the happy home thus made the Lord gave two sweet kiddies. David Eugene on Aug. 4, 1927 and Margaret Louise on Dec. 4, 1930. As the lady of a parsonage home she has ever proven herself a most loyal lover, faithful mother nnd capable companion in service of the Master for whose sake she and her sweetheart have sought to pour out their lives together. Unfortunately, while her spirit ever willing her flesh ans re*<S tfc* Want wee*. Fef ttoft, eaelt *w*e AA *««ttom%t Beftfe* ot MfftS »»** *» •** At do*#tet* ds let etc* p*ee« MUte (fcranty. *ftt» of Wti «•£ ** ol the AfflWIca* Iowa. . 4*11. SEEDS AND tted Clovef and Alfalfa h*jr for — Claude Brooks, Pfcone _ t . For Sale *•* White Kherson seed oats. Susan Chambers. 8<W8. AlffttfTtto Vw fttTe«--ttaipb. Bobbins, Phone 1?8-F14. SO-1. FOR RENT Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Weatherly of Council Bluffs, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hammack and son, Virgil, Maxine Dolph, and Frank Cole were guests in the Robt. Shuul home Thursday of last week. Mr, and Mrs. Howard Kayton and Mr. and Mra. Fred Newell and son, Frederic, were dinner guests Sunday In the home of Supt. and Mrs. Molsberry in Randolph. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kayton and Jack Baxter, were Sunday visitors in the Arthur Carley home at. Carson. Rev. and Mrs. John Cunningham attended the group meeting of ministers and their wives at Malvern Monday. Rev. Cunningham Is assisting Rev. Stroud with his revival meetings in Farragut for the nest twe weeks. Mrs. Cunningham accompanied him there Monday evening. Rev. John Cunningham attended the Epworth League meeting at Hamburg Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Curtis and son, Junior, and Mr. and Mrs., MiUard Curtis were in Omaha Friday. Lowell Curtis came home with his parents that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grouse and Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Churchman and son, Duane, were Sunday dinner guests lu the Wood Vestal home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laughlln and children and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnson and Sheila were dinner guests Sunday in the Frank Johnson home. Mrs. Oscar Briley Is very sick at her home with symptoms of 1 pneumonia. A nurse, Mrs. Ames, from Randolph la caring for her, Mr. and Mrs. Arlln Miller were called to Rlverton by the illness of Mrs, Miller's father, Mr. Coslett, who suffered a partial stroke of paralysis. Mrs. May Wedei-qviat entertained the members of the S. H. D. club at her home Friday. The afternoon was spent in a social way and refreshments of fruit salad, angel food cake, coffee, and mints were served by Mrs. Wederqvlst. Mrs. O'rvllle Ridenour aud son, Bobby, are visitors this week in the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. John Cunningham^ seat Seventh and Eighth Grades The seventh and eighth grade room has been having spelldowns for choice of room champions for tho county spelling contest to be in March. Each grade has chosen four members to compete for the championship. Those from the seventh grade are Doreen Swain, Donald Trlvely, Erma Judah, and Betty Jane Lovell. Those chosen from the eighth grade are Norma McColllster, Opal Toland, Doris Pollltt, and Alice Beam. The final choice will be made on Feb. 16. The seventh grade pupils are writing travelogues as they journey through Europe In geography. The travelogues are Illustrated with pictures of the scenes they visit. Last Friday the entire seventh and eighth grade room went on a clipping spree. Pictures and material for various scrap books was the result. "A good time was had by all." High School Everyone in Strahan and community is looking forward to the Junior class play, "Sound Your Horn," which la to be given Friday evening in the high school auditorium. Many such exclamation aa "clever," "funny," and "best ever" have leaked out oout this comedy and anticipation Is running high. The all-star cast Includes Elraa Judah, Jeanette Shook, Rowena Bufftngton Anna Rose Bass, Wllma Bradley Genevleve Archer, Earl Watts Paul Shaw, Richard Barnard and Dale Hlllyer. Besides a splendid play several unusual specialties are promised including some real chorus girls. Plan now to attend this gala event. weak, and ehe was scarce_ able_ to combat the strenuous life that was hers. But In a beautiful spirit she sought to ever "give of her best to the Master." When It became evident that a period of treatment and surgery was necessary she went bravely to the hos- ultal and calmly submitted to Whatever medical skill might deem wise, declaring In faith I am trusting It all to our Heavenly Father and 1 am not afraid — His Rod and His Staff comfort me." But In spite of the expert skill and loving diligence with which she was attended the sudden appearance of a clot of blood which medical knowledge could not combat, took her beautiful spirit from the body of pain and death and released it for a more glorious body such as the Lord has prepared for those who love him. She leaves to mourn her pass- ng a broken-hearted lover and her two lonesome children; her aged father; two sisters, Mrs. Mabel SHverthorne of Orient and Mrs. Irene Boord of Lamonl; her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. C. b, ,,o tucans tnouoiMjlml by K ro«nup folks. This PJMotfi'ph;.takes. doHft* h «f isayshore course at Miami Beach, shows Bobble Little shooting one put of id trap as an enthusiastic gallery looks on, I T Mr, and Mrs. Trent Jones en- tertalned at dinner Sunday honoring his mother, Mrs. Oeo, licks. Those present were James licks and family and Lee Hutch* ngs and family. I For ttent — Modern house.— 3. H. Beckwlth. tit. MISCELLANEOUS Imogene • S. E. Mills Miss Monica Dempaey U Bride of Frank O'Connor Miss Monica Dempsey, daughter of Mrs. James Skahill, and Frank O'Connor, son of Thomas O'Connor, were united In marriage Tuesday morning, Jan. 30, at 8 o'clock at St. Patricks church. The ceremony was performed by Rev, Francis Doyle. The bride was gowned In a blue silk crepe dress trimmed silver with accessories to __._Ji. The bridesmaid, a sister of the bride, Fanny Dempsey, was gowned In a gold crepe dress with accessories to match. The bridegroom and groomsman, James O'Connor, wore dark suits. The choir was composed ot Miss Mary Leahy and Miss Mary Dempsey, Servers were Jlmmle Skabill and Francis O'Connor. After the ceremony a four course breakfast was served at the home of the newlyweds. The breakfast was prepared by aunts ot the couple, Mrs. T. F. Maher Mrs. Fanny McGarglll, and Mrs BerTe<J by tbe aunt and uncle, Mr. and I Mrs. u £ Gertrude Regan M. Miller, of Red Oak who proj g' 8868 ^ nn Ryan , Mary Teresa Gil- vided a home after the death of »" 7 ' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Maher en- ertained a number of friends Sunday evening in honor of John Gutschenrltter of Axtell, Nebr. The evening was spent in play- ng cards, games, and dancing. Refreshments of sandwiches, pickles, cake, and coffee were served. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Leu Gutsehenrttter and sons, deorge, Vlnce, Donald, and John, and daughter, Louise, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Maher and sons, George and Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Germer and daughters, Madeline and Grace, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Maher and daughter, Marie, Emmett, Gerald, Robert, Vincent, Ella Marie, and Mae Maher, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Maher and daughter, Loretta, and son, Bill, Miss Mae Maher was a dinner guest Sunday of Miss Louise Gutschenrltter. In the evenlnf Miss Louise Gutschenrltter am brother, John, were supper guests In the Pat Maher home. Miss Mary Head is teaching a the Farmer City school while Miss Margaret Byan is with her mother, Mrs. Aljw Byan, at the Mercy hospital. " VIUCU *» »»«»"v- —! her mother on May 13, 1906; and numerous other relatives and lor- ing friends. 'The Lord moves in a mysterious way, His wonders to perform," and while our human hearts would nave their way, seeing that we have such a witness as her. of faith and goodness, we feel that we cannot but say that we shall seek to run with patience the race that Is set before us looking unto Jesus, the Author and Finisher of our faith, as we humbly pray: "Jesus, while our hearts are bleeding O'er the spoils that death has Mrs. Jared, Morris WoodfiU and Mr, aud Mrs. Marvin Woodfill autoed to Omaha Sunday to visit Mr. Woodflll at the Methodist hospital. Aa yet no operation has been performed, Mrs. Earl Timson whose husband Is employed on the M. C. Woodfill home farm was very painfully liurt last Saturday when she was bitten through the thumb by a sick horse that she was assisting her husband in caring for The nail was almost entirely pulled off and her thumb badlj lacerated. Miss Myrtle Achenbach plan to attend the graduation o nurses from the St. Catherine 1 hospital lu Omaha Thursday, her friend, Miss Donaldson, being one of the graduates. won, We would at this solemn meeting Calmly say, 'Thy will be done.' By Thy bands tne boon was given, Thou bast taken but Thine own; Lord of earth and God 0! Heaven, Evermore 'Thy will be done.'' Funeral services were held from the Eddyvllle Methodls church at 10:30 o'clock Frlda: morning, Jan. 26, conducted by Dr. W. J-. Todd, district superln ;endent of the Ottumwi assisted by Rev. H. E. of the Reformed Church In Eddy' vllle, Rev. \V, C. Henn of the Methodist church in Dallas, and Dr. F. C, Edwards of the M. E. church in Oskaloosa, A number of other ministers from neighbor* ing towns were also in attendance. Music wa* provided by the mixed quartet frpm the KirkviUe M, B. church together with Mrs. I. S. Burton of Eddyvllle. Burial was made In the L 0, O, F. com* etery in Indlanola. 4**t»» y *»»»••* -»^<f *™"» —— »--..more, Margaret and Veronica ,eahy, and Mary Head, The bride Is a graduate of St. 'atrlcks high school, class ot '27, and Is a very charming young ady. The bridegroom is an industrious young farmer. Both iave spent their entire lives here and are very popular, and are leld in very high esteem. Out of town guests at the wedding were: Misses Louise O'Connor. Des Molnes, Agnes and Nellie O'Connor, Omaha, Mrs. T. G. O'Connor and James and Anna Marie.'Omaha, Mrs, Frank Bradley. Mrs, Denny Ryan,.Mr, and Mrs. Lyle Torpy, Randolph, and Dr. and Mrs..T. N, Weber, Walnut, The entire community extend congratulations to this .young couple and wish them health, happiness, aad prosperity in their wedded life. OAKS The hontymoon Is ovsr," *ayt Reno Rltil, "when hubby <U»r stepi patting you on tht back and start! slapping your family." Tom Shaw — Piano TttftJtt*. Leave orders with Collins Drug, Malrern, or Priest's Drug store, Masting*. *6tt. ~De«d Animate--Call Art Jenkins, Phone 34, Emerson. For Balfr—Farmall tractor and loose ground lister, used two years, and 10 ft. Van Brunt press drill. — Lynn Warren, Hastings. 29-4. Furniture For Phone 201. Bale Call 29*2. Store Wood For Bale at the farm or will deliver. Priced low. — E. A. Lee. 30-4, For Sale —Any one wishing a fox fur to make up as scarfs, Me us, as we have a nice line ot choker fox turs to select from. Moderate prices. — Shaul and Fisher, Hastings, Phone 98-P80. SO-2, When you buy your bread or cakes at the City Bakery you can also buy fresh bottled milk there,. / Team Work 1\ The Methodist Ladles' Aid wli: entertain Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charley Stilly east of Jmogene If the weather is nice, and if not they will mee 1 with Mrs. J, R. Minutely Miss Mae Maher went to Sid ney Friday evenjng where sh< spent the night with Mrs. Blanche Turgean, end on Saturday atte»4 o* the teachers* institute, George Gut8chep.rHter gave a dance at Funeral for Infant The aaeel of death visited the home of Mr, and Mrs. Donald Lewis Tuesday evening, Jan. 30, aklng their Infant daughter, LaDonna Jehrene. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at I;30 In tne home. Rev. A. A. Wright of Henderson spoke words ot com' :ort and consolation to the grlet stricken parents and many relatives. Music was furnished by I. W. Castor and Mrs.,Q. B, Barman with Mrs. J, W. Castor at the p$-> ano. The remains were laid to rest in the Bmwson cemetery among many'beautiful flowers. Oaks Sunday School There was an attendance of 47 at Sunday school, Sunday iwl»d' ing seven visitors, Bf>v, Wright was present and BftTB one of bte helpful serjnoiuj at the close of Sunday school, ' Mr, and Mrs* fe, 38. Brammeler entertained .We4swday; etea}ng to an oyster supper, Mt, »ftd Mis Will YJner and Mr, and, win Ylner, Mike McCardle plsce In honor of his brother, John, wftp-la here visiting Irom Axtejl, RSI See* Her Family for First Time The Junior Strahan will present School comedy, H. A, McCftUUtor ,„ Sale February 18 H. A. McColllster whft has been, farming on the old George Crouse farm three miles south of Hastings, was iu Monday and called to order bills aud advertising fpjr a closing out sale he will hold at his home Thursday, Feb. He IB altering some extra Hereford cattle hesitol UU and IsuuleiUBftU. etc. Read, his y lu tuts The keel* ot four i860 iroyen were laid 4om 18 by the N. V, SUI^U^fti it uura.Uou. Tbwie YMUHMlb *fe* are to U us w»d i*Uf LdM, m * Mr and ae? 'gttpts WITTY KITTY NWA l urn Rsff«t »4 Mr, to LAW* Bia,»lM> fc jar ttj ito, HW» wwt teal wf** to- ttf K•*;. "'~' s:

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