The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on February 15, 1934 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, February 15, 1934
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PAGE EIGHT WE MAiVtRit IJAP^ |tAiWft>l» HASTINGS ~f Want Highway fid. 4 : Mr*. Ralph Id Go throufrh HA»thig» There Is quite a sentiment In this trlclnfty in favor of Highway Ko. 4, which was deflected east last year to pass through Imo- trelng changed back west and pass through Hastings and Slrahan on south to a point between Randolph and imogene before being taken to imogene. This would give all four towns — Hastings. Strahan, Randolph, and Imogene — a lead out to High way 34 as Well at on south to Missouri. A delegation from Hastings and Strahan were down to Sidney last week interviewing Highway Commissioner concerning this route. Archie Mrs. Semon Cot, Mrs. Hayden Clark, and Samuel Hutchlngs drove down to Lenox Monday to Visit In the R. E. PoindeXter home and attend the high school declamatory contest Monday evening. Miss Kathleen Polndexter was one of the contestants. Miss Lorraine Clark returned with them. Mrs. Edna Armstrong has been staying at the home ot her uncle, joe Wearln, the past week while her husband fs In the Clarkson hospital, driving back and forth from linro. Mr. Armstrong who was In quite a serious condition neems to be Improving, j Mr. and Mrs. Clark Baldozler of Strahan visited Saturday evo- H&* S*ri<m» Operation Mr«. Ralph Han»eot» nnder- went a very serious operation In the Hand hospital In SheMndoah Tuesday of last week for gall bladder trouble and appendicitis. She stood the operation well and although In a pretty serlotjs condition is improving nicely and With no complications setting In will soon be able to leave the hospital. ning in tho R. F. Crawford homo. Mr. and Mrs Ray Christie. The following men are back on the government work at Platts- month, Nebr.: R. F. Crawford, Frank Lafgeht, M. 8. Fellows, and Cleve Davis. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Rea of Essex visited Sunday in the A. H. Crawford home. Charley Carlson of Glenwood visited Sunday In the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Carlson. Miss Nedra Crawford was a dinner guest Thursday in the Faye Blunt home. Miss Reglna Lookablll who is attending college in Omaha University spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lookablll. Miss Thelma Crawford who is working In the Dorsey Byers home near Henderson spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Crawford. Miss Mina Clirisfle spent Sunday in tlie home of her parents. sic* at the hoaie of her dangh- ter. Mrs. Claude Wflson, fs better this weefc. Mrs. Clinton Parker afltfcrted the Silver Clotrd 4-H cWb and their new leader, Mrs. Crfnfc, organize Monday at Malrern for the eotnfrtg year. This cltfh has 15 Bfeffl&ers. HFLLSDALE Feb. 6. — Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Parker were guests Sflnday of Mr. aid Mrs. Oeerge P«ce in MaM-erh. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mayhetfy and two boys of Pacific inaction were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Kenneth Orares and Ofay of St. Joseph, Mo. came Thursday and spent the week end in the Walter Hilton and Mra. family. Bernard howe. On Strfidat Mr. Ifrat *§d lAffra were rtiests of Ms ttefe, CTaf ettce SUytefc, fft 0*1*1*. Sir, and Mrs. Stay6 Salt, My 1 teMet thi atrtfttftoliWe fcttrtfr *n 0*8*6* Tttesday, Mr. and Mfg. George Ho*ard ritfted Mr*. Frank Sawyers a»fl Mrs. Lyte Howard to tfc«r retpe*- tW nowes Strtrday. F. E. Howard and ArHnfc, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howard, fthd Francis Jr. were Sunday dinner gnests of Mr. and Mrs. Kentteth Johnson near Pacifle Jancttou. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Gilbert entertained Feb. 8 lit honor of their twenty-third wedding anhl- Ters«ry and the twenty-ninth of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hilton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose and family spent Sunday In the 3. W. Egtoff home at Sld8«y.________ STRAHAN Two Wef« Hostesses to Ladies' Union Wednesday Aleene and Max Qulmby who are employed In Omaha and Council Bluffs spent the week end with their parents, Mr. and MM. Roy Qulmby. J. C. Rlctor of Council Bluffs visited Sunday in the home of his daughter, Mrs. D. D. Fellows. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford drove to Plattsmouth Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rabbins of Malvern visited Sunday In the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Robblas, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Gustafson and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trybom of Red Oak visited Sunday in the Herman Schurr home. Mrs. James O'NIel and mother, Mrs. Frances Myers, of Omaha visited n few days lost week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Starr were in Council Bluffs Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Leu McDowell who have been visiting the past two months In Omaha with their son, Harry McDowell, returned home Sunday. Wm. Crawford and Loren Neb- bltt were Malvern visitors Saturday. The following people attended the funeral services of Mrs. Jake Bare at St. Johns church Wednesday afternoon: Mrs, Roy Crawford, Mrs. Cecil Woods, Mrs. Walter Hunt, Mrs. Geo. Dixon, Miss Millie Gale, Lorraine Clark, Joe Hathaway, Ellsworth Smith, and Tom Dalzell. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark who have been visiting the past few days with his mother, Mra, Will Clark, have returned to their home in White Cloud, Mr. and Airs, Charles Vlner and daughter, Edith, were Glenwood visitors Saturday. Mas Dalrymple of Malvern visited Saturday and Sunday with Wayue Ord. Mrs. A. V. elites entertained a number of friends at a card party Saturday evening. All reported an «ujoyable time, Mr. and Mrs. Will Courtier had «n invitation dance at their home Saturday evening. A good crowd attended, G, B. FIckel visited Wednesday In the home of hfs daughter, Mrs. Faye Blunt. Miss Wanda Shook ot Malvern *nd Miss Jeanette Shook of Hastings visited Saturday in the home of Mrs. Ted Clark. Miss Evelyn Crawford who has assisted Mra. J. P. WeariR of Malvern with her house work the past few weeks returued home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kepple and •daughter, Betty, who lived on the Joe Wearlu place moved to Scranton one day last week. They will live with big folks, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Yteer were Randolph visitors last week. The neighbors and patrons of Wearln school all enjoyed a program at the school house Thursday evening. Some of the ladles of the neighborhood gave the following program: a two act play, piano solo, pantomime, and two vocal solos. Refreshments of fruit salad with whipped cream and cake wore served. They plan to have another program soon. Miss Ida Robbins and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Day of Lincoln, Nebr, came over Sunday to see Mrs. Frank Robbing Sr. who was BO seriously ill and were dinner guests of Ralph Robbins. Mrs. Dale Reed and mother, Mrs, Purcell, spent Friday afternoon In Shenatidoah. Miss Thelma Gaston is staying In the J. M. Steele home in Malvern and helping Mrs. Steele. Mrs. Oscar Bellknap and Mrs. Frank Johnson were hostesses to the Ladles' Union at the home of Mrs. Johnson last Wednesday afternoon. The afternoon was ideal and there was a fine attendance. A program ot guessing games, a reading by Mrs. Kermit Hlllyer and Mrs. Horace Eacrett, and the business meeting held afterwards and the financial report given. Over $5 was realized from the Father and Son banquet and $21 from the Arlin Miller sale, adding a neat sum to the treasury. At the close of the afternoon refreshments of mashed potatoes, creamed chicken and hot rolls, pickles, raspberry pie with whipped cream, and coffee were served. The next regular meeting will be held Wednesday, Feb. 21, at the home of Mrs. Henry Nlras who will be assisted in serving by her daughter, Mrs. Vlra Bayes. At this meeting two comforts will be tied for Mrs. Charles Glpe so bring your thimbles and scissors and come prepared to work. Surprise Oscar Bellknaps on Wedding Anniversary WESLEY CHAPEL Wesley Chapel Regular Sunday services: Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Worship service at 11:15. Hmderson Sunday school at 10. Worship service at 7:30. Next Sunday, Feb. 18, is Invitation Sunday ut the Wesley church Sunday school. Please do not say "No" to any one who asks you to attend. A refusal might cause offense and you would miss a happy fellowship. Feb. 25 will be Repetition Sunday, which means that your invitation will be extended a week. Each class will be provided with a thermometer. Each pupil present will raise the mercury one degree. Let us see which class can raise the temperature the highest. Remember that you count one, and if you are not present next Sunday you will lower the temperature of your clasa bytlxat much. We are now in the midst of our evangelistic services at Henderson. They will continue until Feb. 25. A splendid spirit was manifest last Sunday night and a alight increase in attendance indicated an initial interest that fortokens much blessing. At the Junior League meeting last Sunday several of the girls and boys made the dedication of their lives to Christ. That js a splendid start for our meetings. By the~prayerfu| cooperation of every Christian iu the church we may reasonably expect similar results to obtain through the meetings. Let us be much in prayer; nothing can be accomplished without the approval a»d help of God. Tb,e Macedonia and Maivern pastors are working with the lo^ caj pastor in these services. Rev. McAnJnch of Macedonia w}U fee our messenger this week. Nest Last Saturday being the eighteenth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bellknap, their daughter, Mrs. Avis Jones, assisted by Mrs. May Thomas, surprised them by Inviting in friends to help them celebrate the event. The evening was spent with carets and dancing and at a late Church Notes j hour refreshments of sandwiches cake and coffee were served. Those attending were Asa Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs, Adrias Hartley, Mr. and Mrs, Everett Retherford. Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Degase and children, Mr. and Mra. Joe Frolm, Robert Pol- itt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. lalre Jones and Donny, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bellknap and children and Mr. Reynolds. week Rev, Qugeler will fill this office, of Malvern The mumps are gtlU plentiful in the neighborhood. Pauline Lemeret and, Chester Taylor are the latest cases. Donald Parker returned to school Monday. Mrs. &oy Bobbin*'* {other, . LAS, of 8h«Jtoa t Nefcr., retu.r&«d to. Mis Jenule B4»\ju48«B t#4 Itt Council Biuff* Monday. Mr, ta.kl»n aouio tb,«» again, thin we#k. u.H** *** * UM u , Mil. (Mr 4* k»r M-' Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Lovell, Gail and Betty, Mr. Eggera, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Hlllyer, Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Reed and Delores, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Conrad and Uewis, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Al» lensworth and Kenneth, We are sorry to lose the Allensworths from here but they are moving to % flue neighborhood and we wish them every success. Mr, and Mrs. Miljard Gee and tfr. and Mrs. Chas. Kayton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Opal Bayes. Mr, and Mrs. Gail Bolton and children, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Retherford, Mrs. Effle Hartley, and Mr. aud Mrs. Adrias Hartley attended a birthday dinner Suu- day in honor of Mrs. Sarah Colier and Elmer Collier at the Elmer Collier home. Mrs. EHie Hartley was called o Tabor Monday by the serious llness of her brother's little boy who baa double pneumonia. Dr. {line of Malvern is attending itm. Mr. and Mrs. Will McCain aud Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCain and [vsnior were Sunday dinner guests the Walter Martin home near Sidney. Mrs. Oscar Briley who has been sick for several weeks was taken to the hospital in Sbenajujoah Wednesday, Mrs. Bessie Anderson and chlb 4rea of near Randolph aad Mr, and Mrs, Virgil CurtU were SHUT day dinner gviests ia the home of tfeelr parents, Mr. and M«, J, if, Churchman. Mr. ant} Mra. Qilbert McC« ware Sunday visitor* in the HJ IB Rid old MeOaJa Mr, M* Mw. Kerbwt Mr». t u Mrt, MA IK* Farewell Party Given the AUemworth Family Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allensworth who have resided for the past 13 years on the farm formerly owned by Oeo. Salyers, are moving this week to one of the Jim Durbin farms. Last Saturday evening Robert Shaul and Frank Hlllyer planned a farewell party for them which was held at their home. The evening was spent in cards and dancing and refreshments of sandwiches, pickles, angel food cake and coffee were served. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shaul and Norma, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hlllyer, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bayes, Glen, Aleta, and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Ed N'agel and Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Angus, Lloyd, Margaret, David, and Anna Edith, Mrs. Sophia Bralnerd, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nagel, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grouse, Mr. and Mrs. pettlgrew, Supt, and Mrs. Ben Coxen and John Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Morritt Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Woodflll autoed to Omaha Sunday and brought Mr. Woodflll home from the Methodist hospital. He is still very weak but is able to be up a part of the time. Everyone is invited to hear the subject, Checked Corn vs. Listed Corn, discussed Thursday evening, Feb. 15, at 8 o'clock at the Strahan school, Geo. Curtis, Bill Gee, O. H. Hamaker, Howard Kayton, Ed Poilitt, and Roy Parker will speak. Bring enough sandwiches for yourself. Coffee will be furnished free. Miss Harriett Cadwell, fifth and sixth grade teacher, was operated on at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning for appendicitis. She stood the operation well and is getting along nicely. Mrs. Mary Hillyer Is teaching in Miss Cadwell's place. CHAMPION HILL We were glad to have an at* tendance of 48 this week at Sunday school and also a fair attendance at C, E. Rev. and Mrs. Kiser of Creston arrived just after the close of the service but bad a short visit with those who had not gone home. They were on their way to Malvern and Council Bluffs, They were dinner guests in the Kochernperger home, A group of boy scouts called on Hadley Parker Sunday afternoon. Virgil Liddell and Joe Allen also called on Hadley. We are glad to report that he has sufficiently recovered to be up in 4 chair. Waiter and Bertha Kelleubar- ger were in Emerson g un day. Mr, and Mrs. Sherman Allen called on relatives in Imogene Thursday afternoon. Those from our church attending the Father and Boo banquet at Climax }ast week were Clarence Bishop ana sons, Louie Bui- lingtpn an4 his brother, SfcerSMMi Allen, and son, and Virgil Li&r dell. They ba4 a pleasant and profitable evening, Mary Hatfleld an4 daughter, Florence, visited Mrs, on Mon4ay. Mr. visited jams* eoa, Shetiau<iQftU Clareace B of bis In the e<} Oak have two eaift and J«»«« aa( week, |t«4 J& $to Bay4, gat lfl m iMM W«fti»i Jtto 3 |w Ww «l||Bfflp 4 »l i** g&Sll&y W* *ft, N4o»«t Ilk A|A]> •T'^'IW^^P^W^ ,Hp Miftoft iti~£it. • nwm r^r- Aftfttt * h*r fef Bfoftlcs, f»ttdSi mi CUSSfFIED AWttet at of of d* tot Sfffit ffftfe t>i tfci Am. Mr* MO IR, ii*H SEEDS AND FEEDS fr*i * ieWfcSt ******fc tin «**.!»** M«M. R«d C1o*«* tate. — Clfctid* Jteirt*«*ttedWft I. «. Ceckwtth. IH SON 0» A AS f i-*o A wrick Herp arc some Interesting, little*known facts about your favorite r>tnr* wlio are currently appearing in Joe K. llrotm'n hilarious picture, "Son of a Sailor/* This picture, placing at the Empress Bun* flflj and Monday numbers Tliclma Totld, Jean Mall*, Johnny SInch Hi-own, Frank Mclloffh and other* In the wist. Harriett and Gertrude McLain* Wanda Kochersperger spent and Jean Kochersperger spent last Tuesday with Mrs. Floyd Northrup and Marilyn goutli of Malrern. Joe McLaln and John Parker made a business trip to Bedford Thursday. Qenevieve Huntsman accompanied Wllma Cooper to Bed Oak Saturday, Bhenandoab visitors Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. Francis Par* ker, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ntma and Julia Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kellenbarger, Grace Ruth, Mr. and Mra. Sherman Allen and Joe, and Mrs. Kochersperger. Mr, and Mrs. Dean McLaln spent Sunday evening in the Qlen Kellenbarger home. Thursday evening with the home folks; she was accompanied by Bernlce Moore and Louis Conrad, who were supper guests. Pearl McLaln spent Monday afternoon in Ciarlnda with Miss Parker. The threshing machine company held a business meeting Friday evening In the Kochersper* ger home. Mrs. Harvle Douglas and Wayne home. were guests in the Formerly the two principal occupations in South Carolina were agriculture and cotton manufacturing. There is a third. It is office holding,—-Charleston News and Courier. 8*t« «* White Kherloft med oats. Snsaii Cftaftfcef*. S(MS* FOR RENT 9tt. MISCELLANEOUS Cobs For Sale — Priced fight, • Elwin HehdefBon, Matter* ft. For Bale —Large site enamel Vlctrola heating stove. — Jesse Bell, Malvern. 8i-i» Tom Shaw *-» Piano Tuning, Leave orders with Collins Drug, Matvern. or Priest's Drug store, Hastings. 26tt. Deail Animals — Call Art Jenkins, Phone 34, Emerson. For Bale—Farmatl tractor and loose ground lister, Used two years, and 10 ft, Van Brunt press drill. — Lynn Warren, Hastings. 29-4* Store Wood For Bale at the farm or will deliver. Priced low, — E. A, Lee. 30-4. For Bate —Any one wishing ft fox fur to make up as scarfs* Bee us, as we have a nice line of choker fox furs to select from;* Moderate prices. — Shaul Fisher, Hastings, Phone 93-F20. 30-2; * * j[ WORK WANTED" Wanted—Housework by week. Write Donna Henderson, care Elwin Henderson, Malvern. 3J.-t,v4| Work Wanted — Bookkeeping, or housework. Ex p. — Edna Cadwell, Coin, la. 81-1§ mmi at the Malvern Sale Barn Saturd Feb. 17 Commencing at one o'clock sharp; 18 Head of Horses 18 Ed Califf phoned Tuesday and said; "I will be there Saturday with 18 Head of good, big, rugged well broke South Dakota horses} 3 Saddle horses; the rest are all good work horses," You know the Califf kind. CATTLE A f«w Milk Cows and several Calvw, An extra good 4 yr old Guernsey heifer. Will be fresh by, sale day HOGS Sow with six pJg«, seven weeks eldi Some nice Vaccinate^ Hampshire |»ii»« Poultry 2H do*ej» Sliver JUaced Wyandotte pullets And 3 cockerels, 9 doxefi White keghern pullet*. Hay and Straw Some Alfalfa bay, some rys mi n»t itrawt baled. , Miscellaneous Dining table; Dreiser; Victrulaj Soros tooU and ett**F small ; A F£W W&QS OF WOOD, Don't We can't «ell it, liC"-, > Ilt'%|\ »•! ., I<tt-\*<&iL<i f-: •A; - 4f •.*,&*-"' k$(M ji v : -:, •_?*•-?? .,..,j^ ^V^.1* ^^-^ l "« K?M frK mA jw- ^? |,'*»;4; pfy|^«^ T,. w ..,=,.,. p.|,,,, • •« :-: r ^ *..' v , iC71^*W^^^ -.-^iSr^l I ; 5|j| " ?• I ;• '-±^s

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