The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on February 22, 1934 · Page 6
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 6

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, February 22, 1934
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I - PAGE SIX HASTINGS amisCTTO— •„, .......-.,,.-.,„„.,;, ..... .....„...„ _ -„.,„„....,.„..,.,.., _ ^^^ A. M» Stephens "Celebrated ffceir THE MALVERN L£AJ Mr. ami Mr*. Larjrent Saturday. 1 visitor . Pittas was a Matvern 19th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs, Joe Haden —,:~ H*fen Qttrmby of Lincoln rtslwl Friday and Saturday with -Mrs. Louisa ..«»• M«»|»1G119 Died Last FHtky j... . ______ ^ )]r ana ^^ ^^ Haden eele- "*"' ~"' J '""' c '"•*" JllBtr wer w^t ?*/ A* Horn* brafed their nineteenth weddia* Coaneff B ' uSI * 'WWrs Tuesday. Northeast or Hastings; - • "- ««<"*.- « „ «.^.>^». ,...„ .^—.... Funeral hi Emerson Andrew Miles Stephens, well known resident of the community *- of Hastings, passed ~.»* 11. 4 Mm ijiut'if*f oin "«*«<! in 1C : anniversary Saturday evening. Feb. 17. An enjoyable « was spent playinc card* B ttta * to re!tt>w " his the mtsfor- "«.-- wai piayinc cards iv?li- '** mt p!atts »oati last week. Re dons refreshments of iee crests. ts ua <l«r the doctor's care bat Is "' Jir. tad Mrs. w. O. ftesh a* son, George, aufoed to Red Thursday. Vehtta Dalzell visfted owe da list *ee_ in the A. V. Clftea hotne. .. __„„„ was held In the oper •honse Toesday evening to cele brate Lett Clark's btrthflay. A large cfo*d attended, Theie wfl be another dance in the opefi house thte Thursday evening. Miss Roth Jean Gfttens visited over the -week end with relatives In Red Oak. Sandlland farm early Friday morning. He had been in poor health for some time p*« hut hi* death came rather unexpectedly due to heart failure. Funeral services were held in the Baptist church in Emerson Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by the pastor, Rev. j. F. Stllle. Music was furnished by D. N. MeGrew. I. W. Castor, Mrs. Henry Washburn. and Mrs. Earl Harman, with Mrs. I. W. Castor as accompanist. Burial was In the Emerson cemetery. The pall bearers were T. R. Ellison, Henry Washburn. James Wilkinson, Hoy Robbing. Ellsworth Plumb, nnd D. N. Mc- Orew. E. H. Pat- - r - , v , . ., v " t l v , f t , ff . 1,'Bl f* zell and family. Ray Christie and family, Mr. and Mrs. «eo. Seharr and Ronald. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Fellows, Jess Phelp* and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pierce. Epwofth League Have Valentine Party HENDERSON Danfords Observe Golden Wedding Last Wednesday A very enjoyable evening wasj : spent Wednesday evening when Henderson Couple Married the Epworth Lea«ue youne peo- 1 Pitt* Y**** A.**. the Epworth League young peo- 1 pie had a Valentine party at thei M. E. church. " -. The evening was spent playing! Fifty Year* Ago Feb. 14 The Klvon: V.CP president, in; and vicinity, reached the fiftieth ViT" , , •' Anniversary of their marriage last The regular L PaBUe meetlncs, Wednesday. Feb. 14 11 h*» ItnM f r>lc f *riiti«..-.^f AM L — . " . --»,.«• t^n^ut- m««• nun;* \\ pdnp^nav reb 14 following obituary was *,'" * e , ^L d ' p" < rit " T ***r> «*• I Owing t'J Mrs! Danford's dell- nmg at ,.3V. fcveryone Is Invited. ; c .ite health, no special celebra- n ,.,.,, . --• - • i. •. ** 4 i it. u »j r-| i^^ | j| i I tri tOi H- Andrew Miles Stephens, pon of: f '. ~~ ~ ; tion was held, but their many William Thomas nnd Margaret | ^"""ta'neci.for Tom Christy friends remembered them with Stephens. «as horn In Kentucky,! ,, ,,, ~ niesFaKes nnd pood wishes *..,, ^t «o^r. , „ i .. . ... t -virs. r.ucar f iiristv enfAfninr./i T\ ,._._. _ uipsFiiKes i\nu -Mrs. Edpar Christy enterrnincd .- They "have n j;ro;ip of yoinis: people at ;i ti f> clock 'Ihint'r \\VdiK-.-dfiy f honorinir tier pon. Tom. 'N o di'i-iiiatiiins were n«>~d. Those prncnnt were: Mildrrd Darland. Ruth Dalzoll, Lorraine Fellows. [lud Lnokahlll, jj en Hare, nnd Tom Christy. ; Stephens. «as horn In Kentucky, ! Aug. 24. ISfHi. nnd moved with his paronts in cnrly childhood to Texas county. Mo. He fiApj-r-il away fit liis home near Hastings, Friday morning nt 9:30 at the nee of flxty-four years. Jivo niuiillis. and twenty-two days, i ,..,,, ... , after a sickness of many month*, i., 1 ",' ''.'I".'' 1 " Mr. Stephens was united In ! Mlt(;l " J "' ^™ marrlasrc to Martha Ellen Morgan of Stultz, Mo., AUK. 8. 1S93, and to this union were born five children — Robert Lee who died in infancy; Claude Uuford of Henderson; Floyd Wesley of Hast- InRs; George Herbert of Emerson, and Mrs. Anna Maude Darby of Kmerson. Those who mourn his parting are his faithful wife, the four children named above; also three .« \ ' *—'*"* w * vt " 7 uicu- grandchildren —Emett Isabelle. I Methodist church. They and Delia Marie Stephens. Three ^"nn S' f X , th ° brlde ' 8 8ls •.«„*»,-».., _»__ , . , _. ler. MIHS Flrnlvn t.t*eillin~# n ..,i -_j Celebrated Birthday of Mf». J, C. Go** A few friends of Mrs. j. C. Goss went to her home Thursday evening and enjoyed a social time in honor of her birthday. The time was spent with games after which ice cream, cake, and cof* fee were served. All present wish her many more happy birthdays. —'•••'•• • • - • _ j_ l Teacher* Entertain B. Y. K. Club The teachers of our school entertained the members of the B. Y. K. club Wednesday evening a a Valentine party In the Champ Ha rover home now occupied hi Third aftd fourth Grade* In the third grade the folto» ing have a perfect attendee record for the past stt week* Betty jane Allensworth, Leora Hftney, Rnhy Smith, and Doris Walter*. In the fourth grade: fcellte Me* 0*e, Vivten Owe, Marilyn Conser, Brtrce WllSlnson, Jaeltle Gfavett, and Charles SmHh. In the third grade the foltow- •«: IUP> nm» spent the larger Harover home now occupied bv >> . part of their married life in Hen-j *ome of the teachers*. The eve'- der#on and vicinity where they ning was spent In games after •- : havo a whip r-irrto i'if frl««r»=, ««,i I trfil/»h n ^ n i«».. i h •-°" ""'I ..,. ,.,^ a wide circle of friends and are honored and respected by all who know them. We \v|<?h them many more? happy anniversaries. «» ^mes after dainty luncheon was served. A very pleasant evening reported. Mills County Couple Married in Glenwood Wallingford of Silver City, and Harry Clark, son of Mrs. W. M. Clark of Hastings, were married In Glen wood Feb. 14 by Rev. Martin Keast, pastor of the Glen- brother* also survive him — C. C. of Kansas City, Mo.; Robert of Willow Springs, Mo., and Frank of Stockdale, Kan., and many other relatives and friends. Mr. Stephens and his family lived in Missouri until 1920 when they came to Mills county whero all reside at this time, and all were at his bedside at the time of his death. He was a kind and loving husband and father; a man hlghlj esteemed by all who knew him. His occupation was that of a --. -*..i, vu u} inn unuu B sister, Miss Evelyn Walllngford and Earl W. Roats of Henderson. They will make their home with the bride's parents until March 1. Their many friends extend congratulations and best wishes. farmer which he followed and successfully. well . He united with the Christian church when 25 years" of age and later united with the New Home Baptist church of Texas county, »Io., and was steadfast in that faith to the time of his death. Betty Lee Pavta Betty Loe, Infant daughter of Mr .and Mrs. W. E. Davis, died at their home In Tabor last Friday. Funeral services were held In the hpme Saturday morning conducted by Elder John Brandt' and buriul was made in the Hast-' cemetery. Mrs, Leslie Dawson of Rtverton visitttd Thursday evening and Friday with her mother, Mrs W D Linthlcum. ' Mrs. Gabe Everhart and daugh ters, Irene,'Mrs. Velma Dalzell and Mrs. John Hudson, and son Roger, were Omaha visitors Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Volz lefi Friday for Council Bluffs for a short visit. From there they left Sunday morning for Washington Mrs. Geo. Dixon received word Thursday of the sudden death of her lirother-lu-law, Frank Gllby at Redflold, So. Dak. Misses Rowena Sheuard and Frieda Fellows visited Friday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Curtis at Strahan. Lost 20 Lbs. of Fat In Just 4 Weeks Mrs. Mae West of St, Louis £Io., writes: "I'm only 28 yrs. old and weighed 170 Ibs, until taking one box of your Kruschen. Salts <"=* 4 weeks agg. I now weigh ibs, l also have more energy furthermore I've never had a Pl*.V mrkntnnt It - , folksi should take oae half ttasnojonfui of KrMsc^eB Baits in f gJ*W ftf hot water every mom, lug before breakfast—an 85 cent W. F. Crawford who has been quite 111 for the past few weeks is in a very critical condition. Mrs. Emma Parker and George Resh were iu Malvern Thursday. The Ladles' Cemetery association served the lunch Friday at the Harry Potter sale and were well repaid for their work as they cleared about $33. Cecil Wood and family spent Sunday afternoon In the George Huntsman home. Miss Lorraine Clark returned home Tuesday morning after a week-end visit with Kathleen roindexter of Lenox. , Mrs. R. L. Christie and daughter, Leora, and Miss Edith Viner were Red Oak visitors Saturday Mrs. Wayne Byers and son, Jerry Lee, of Henderson visited Thursday ,-.nd Friday with friends n ere, O. B. Hutchings came in from Los Angeles, Calif, last week. He leu there Wednesday and reached here Saturday noon — pretty quick travel with an automobile. Henry McFarlaud was up from Shenandoah Tuesday of last week visiting his sister, Mrs. Kelley. aud other friends. Miss Mollie Moline of Council ounc Bluffs was down last week for a visit with Mrs. Fern Wallahan. Miss Mildred Bayes of Council Bluffs visited In Hastings Thursday. Mrs. Ralph Hanscom underwent another operation at the Hand hospital in Shenandoah Monday. Miss Allene Quiniby was down from Omaha Sunday and left that day for Lincoln where she will attend school at Nebraska Wesleyan University beginning this week. , Wesley-Henderson ; Church Notes ! The evangelistic services nt j Henderson will continue through- j out this week, closing on Sunday, Feb. 25. A fair number of people have been manifesting a splendid spirit of cooperation. There was a gradual Increase In attendance each night of the past week. Let us keep up this record. Many people expressed appreciation for the messages brought by Rev. McAninch. Rev. Gugeler of Malveru will be our messenger this week. We need the prayers and the presence of every one all this week. Friday night, Feb. 23, will be young people's night; next Sunday night will be men's night. - The cold weather put a temporary crimp on our attendance effort last Sunday at Wesley. Our class thermometers didn't register a very high temperature. However we are not letting that discourage us. Every one is to consider himself, or herself, an invited guest next Sunday and also is expected to keep busy inviting others. Remember that each one present registers one degree on their class thermometer Bo sure to be on hand and bring some one with you next Sunday then watch your class temperature rise. Let us see who can make their class corner the warm C9t - K. E. N'esbitt. Mrs. W. B. Wheeler was a Red Oak visitor Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Boyd of near Oakland moved last week in with Ed Davis and will keep house for him for the present. Mrs Leslie Allensworth and family have been enjoying a visit from her mother of Silver City q.^ e °'u W :, W ' lson attent »ed the State Hardware Dealers convention In Des Molnes Wednesday Mrs Poai.i iT n «i ^_ . . Mr. and Mrs. Lee Braden of Wohoo, Nebr. have been visiting relatives here. Mr. Braden was called to Macedonia by the death of his brother a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Coppoek and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Perkins were In Macedonia Saturday evening. The members of the B. Y. K. club were entertained Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. T. Harover. A very pleasant time and a nice lunch were enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Merle McOee and Mrs. Rose Trlplett and Orlo Harris were In Omaha Tuesday. Harry Clark and family of Carson were visitors In town Saturday afternoon. Pauline Brown who has been caring for Beevls Sowers the past two weeks returned home Friday. Luella Harbor attended e shower at Wheeler's Grove Sat IWeilteg fo* the past rti Kleth Allensworth, Betty -___ Jtowa, Ferae Slmmonds, HaM67 A atled * e ' Kenneth Sowers, and Ruby Smith. In the fonrth grade: Vivian Core, Billy do*, Nellie McQee, Ckrtand 0-Neat, and Robert Vlgnt. 1ft the fourth grade we have earned the pioem, "The Sand- ipef," by Celia Thaxter. ., We vefe glad to have Mrs. ickel and Mrs, Nesbitt visit our oom Thursday, Thursday afternoon We had a ttle surprise birthday party In ur room celebrating Allen Nes- tt s eighth birthday. Mrs. Nes- Itt visited school In the after. . „» ..uu O\ttl\J\tt III | noon and brought in a loveb cake. «fi€ Mrs. War€ Meiel, Set. flfes- bftt, ktt& Rev. ffn«e<ef Werfe tte *tors at tchtsfl ' Sftd«i*ftt» ft that vfettity solos which were " jia nt, D^iiuwi TTennoaiza/. we received the t eta*n* of 6trr eonnty examinations fast wee! and were (jfttfte wen pleased *fth the grades. Beatrice Winchester wits absent Friday heeattte of flfnew. Mr. and Mrs. Wft&et Allison el Omaha *ere hiere Thursday. He was looking after Interests oa hi* farm ao* occupied ty Walter Coppoek. Mr. aitd Mrs. Amos Smith ana Win Brown and daughter, H*tel t attended a* lodge meeting in Glenwood Tuesday evening. Wlltrarn Hotiser and family were gaesta Friday etehlni rti the John Evans home In Emerson. Barton Barkns, tittle, ton of «r. and Mr*, w. A. Barkns, of Kent, fell oft a tricycle a «hort time ago and broke his arm. His rlends here are sorry to hear of his misfortune. Betty Frltcher entertained a ew of her friends with a soeial Ime Friday evening, dames were nA **•« t M&4*if &*4*^ • jta ^ * i * . and Sixth Grades We observed Thomas A. Edison s and Abraham Lincoln's birthdays on Monday, the date of Lincoln's birth, by having stories and Incidents about their lives Wednesday afternoon we learned the true meaning of Valentine day through a story of the life of St. Valentine and a story, Valentine for Carol." The latter was read by Carrie Marie Wright I For the distribution of the contents of the Valentine box Morris Harbor was elected postmaster. The flve carriers were: Kenneth Walters Mary Krelghbaum. Chester Taylor, and Richard Conner. Those appointed by the carriers were Helen SImmonds. La/ vern Walters, Doyle Edmondson. Loreta Goodnight, Lloyd Stephens, and Rex Shelton. - urday. It was given In honor of High School New* The results of the basketball games with Strahan last Tuesday night were as follows: Henderon girls 35. Strahan girls 27- ienderson boys 36, Strahan boys — ——^ -wvianmAQ* VTHUIGD Tt Cl O he entertainment of the eve- ilng, after which candy and pop orn were served. Will Kenward and family of •ed Oak are enjoying a visit from heir son, Fred, and family and their other son, Billy, of California. Mr. and Mrs. Roy viner were In Red Oak Saturday. ftetirif sums worcn were ranca e by eteryOTi*. tfte Hfflsdale iBtnes then served refre«t*tttts eonttst- tttg tit ttffdwfrffes, cafte, a«« coffee. Everyone present tetfifet to enjoy the affair te*y MtW*. Ott Fffdaf e»e»tft4 c* tfc* fhsffe the Hllisdate peo^Te are to come to East Liberty wfth* * protra-fii. H. B. ttftytetry w>s do*n ffois Omaha test Wee* tfsftin* tt cwt- p1« of tfay» In tfc« horn* of " ~ Mrl. Ch«t. Marian Kerney of Matvefn sjlent a (seupie of days last week In th« lift. Laura Kerney fwtte. The Lft/leri' Afd Society wishes to'thank iftost kindly Mr. and Sri. 8. 8. Meifait tot t&elf gift of a nice l*rge dish pan and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gnyeir tot theft gift of a nice large coffee pot. the ladles are pleased to add these useful articles to the chuteh kitchen equipment. Mrs. Chan, Wflhete feeeited word last week that hot Mete* Mist Alma Mayberry, Was critically lit at her home fa Healdton, Okla., with aii attack of Acute afthritls. Word was received Ittef EAST LIBERTY East Liberty Group Gives Program at Hillsdale A group of the .Bast Liberty people went to Hlllsdnle Friday evening and put on a program in the church there. Three vocal solos were rendered by Bernald Schoenlng, Lois Barnes, and Mrs. F. G. Barnes; two recitations by Wayne Maddocks and Ethel Nelson; a piano solo by Sarah Ruse; three readings by Evelyn Latch- nw, pern Maddocks, and Ruth Barnes; a vocal duet by M H Latchaw and Josle Kerney, and a Play, "The Sweet Family," by Mrs. Frank Du Val, Deta Cary, Bertha. Mildred, Fern, and Ila -lay, and Edna and Ruth Lutz. There were about fifty- went rom here and a large attendance trom the other community so at- ogether It. made, quite a large rroun At tH«, „».»,._'• .. " , group. At the close 'of the pro- — •-••••v.o. TT W« U TV HD J WOIT hat she was improving. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bird and sabel spent a couple of days te- ently with their daughter, Mr«. Hyde Davis, and husband in -loux City* The Ladles? Aid Society served lunch at the W» O. Zanders sale on Tuesday of last week and cleared about |14 for their treas* ury. The ladles appreciated -the Kenerous donations of food for the lunch. Dr. Warden Rimel drove up frpm Bedford one day last week ana spent a few hours at the home of his mother, Mrs. Daisy Rimel, Steve Haines was In the Mercy hospital in Council Bluffs for a few days recently. He underwent an operation for the removal of a tumor from the roof of his mouth. It was quite painful but' at last reports seemed to be improving satisfactorily. Ethel Nelson was a guest Friday night and Saturday in the home of her aunt, Mrs. R. C. Mayberry, near Hillsdale. Miss Hazel Owens who teaches near Silver City was a recent over night guest In the Clyde Barger home. We used to think that the out- ' pourings of a fifty year old man ."' In love were about the silliest > things imaginable but they can't V hold a candle to the advertising nnnt* *•*!%!*•!* **^ — .. C L O SING PUBLIC TUESDAY, FEB. Pfim VYI Ans»tn» n 4.«1 •«.. ^_ ' . •* . M' ^ 8rl Harbor and u 8>- r. Marian, and Mrs. A. J. Harr bor were in Red Oak Wednesday A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan Monday, Feb. 19 Virgil Shanks was taken to the t-dmundson hospital last Friday where he was operated on for appendicitis and other troubles At S 1 T n chrirv 8 66ttlne aiwg "»• Mr. cnristy accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Charley viner and daughter, Edith, were Red Oak visitors Saturday. • Mrs. Cecil Woods and Mrs visited in the Scott Sheehan home Wednesday afternoon Sandy Walker and wife of Malvern were in town Thursday . . °. rl ° Harris and family visited his father Jn Sbenandoah Sunday Mr. and Mrs. K en Williams and' Mrs. Humphries visited in Shenandoah Thursday. The friends of Mr. Corey are gad he is able to be out some since his recent illness Oscar Hildur of Wakefleld, Nebr., Mrs. Effle Lund of Wayne Nebr., and Mrs. Elizabeth Woodward of Allen. Nebr. were guests Saturday for dinner in the James Houser home. •»»»«<» lit eleven .dock a. m. all mv farmin. gram given by our people a young copy which the average announce or* t*Asi4* AB ««»>A«A« _..•• '. man from Omaha who was visit- er recites over the radio! HORSES Pair blacks smooth rpouth, mare a n d horse, wt, 3400 Bay team geldings, g arjd 9 years ^ wt> w *< JJJ"/ These are two good teams, wt 1 abTOt mWeJlWl h ° W ' COWiDg 8 ym ^ Saddle horse, smooth moith/wI'»bouTinZ*ZIl2QO _ waited, gentle and a good cattle horse S^^^~ft.««*»7woW. '. ' M fo ,, ows; Lai« H Ladles of the were treated tp a aui ' ot . Friday with bu parents. ^•^"•fcAo^u. Mrs. R. Crawford U caring week. Animals Ph rs. r Pbelps in honor of her birthday. Chicken pie and heert «g^ cookies were served b*td« T by Orfo K B WUkin8tUl 8B4 Mw Mr. |helto« an4 faniUy hue received WO r«J O f the tJrtWj «« I bftby boy in the home of &£ eon, Qien, at Ca«a«Ji BluH», y/» exteaa congratmatioag; Roy Viner recalvwl wpj-4 tfc ertrwde, wfto ^«T M to be <JwM PrW«y. Hw Irte^S fee U QWItUw ^uH» CATTLE Holstein heifer coming S yrs, old and giving per day,- / / • » «»v ng4 ga 6 i>eo cows 4-yfs« 6i<j aud giving milk now v are rebred. • •. • * Black coV^yis, old', fresh in May. Span'Shorthorn heifer • - to to Shprthor^ QQX fioming a JfitftAHA.tyg^gfggg . aiMJJ^toi.giaf^^ W»4tag W'fiMtf tanSi it Chase twe raw new. geatf Joto; • it* foAn&VK. DM of - tti^&^l -5*w_.™ ftM-M f , -t , *r-, ,*' t,iK! >wwi

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