The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on February 22, 1934 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, February 22, 1934
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PAGEfetGHt tttt MALVfefcW LfeADtfc, MALVfeftK, t<3WA, raBBUARt S3,ill* Starts Friday, Feb. 23 'til Saturday. March 10 SPRING VALUES jg-j^^j^fr^jjjjjggggj^^jjjjjjgjjjjj^gg^gy^g^^ I g Hundreds of Real Bargains Included in this sale. See one of our Big 4-page Bills Mm U L HOLLAND'S EMERSON Emerson O. E. S, School Instruction Large Attendance and E*. celletit Work Done The O. E. 8. held a school of instruction Monday afternoon at the Masonic hall with Mrs. Gertrude May of Shenandoah AS in* structor. Mrs. May was well pleased with the work of the officers. In the evening two candidates, James Hicks and Mrs. Bessie Hicks, received the degrees of the order. The lighted candle service was itsed honoring Mrs. Gertrude May. Little Marjorle Whisler and Rosalie Brans presented her with a gift and flowers while Mrs. Mlnta Christy sang a solo with Mrs. Maude Cheney at the piano. The little girls again entered the hall bearing a bouquet of roses for the Worthy Matron, Elsie L. Evans. Mesdames Louise Whisler, Avis Taylor, and Evan- gallne Lang sang a trio with Pearle J. Tubbs at the piano during the initiatory work, After the work all were invited to the banquet room where delicious refreshments were served by Mesdames Evangaline Lang, Phoebe Smith, Jessie Kapple, Esma Darns, Hattie Evans, Jeanette Scott, and H. L. Williams and Dr. A. E. Stokes. The tables were decorated with roses, lighted candles, colored dollies, and nut cups. There were a number of out of town guests: Mrs. Gertrudq May of Shenandoah, Blanche Falters, Veda B. Mclntyre, Corlna Washburn, Carrie Schwab, Alma Martin, Stella Hey wood Keef, Jennie Walker, Clare Canfleld, Ed _ H. Hermos Jr., and Hilda Hermos of Council Bluffs, Velma Kachler of Macedonia, Margaret Buttmann, Ruth L. Salyers, Edna Hertz, and P. A. Mulholland of Malvern. A. D. Tobias, Ruby Tobias, Mrs. Maloney, and Mrs. Clovis of Red Oak. There was a good attendance. Leader Want Ads pay and pay. Patriotic Program Postponed to Feb. 22 The patriotic program to be given by the American Legion Auxiliary last Friday evening was postponed to Thursday evening, Feb. 22. Everybody welcome to this free program at the Methodist church at 8 o'clock p. in. Songs, readings, and a tableau in eight scenes will be presented. Winner* in the Declamatory In the preliminary declamatory contest of the Emerson high school last Thursday evening there was a good attendance and a fine contest with the decisions very close. The winners were as follows: Oratorical: Billy Ripley first, Rollln Warren second. Dramatic: Dorothy Kapple first, Doris Bishop second. Humorous: Roland Edle first, Dolores Davis second. The young people were trained by Frank J. Shaw, Mrs. J. R. Coates spent last week in Omaha in the home of her daughter, Mrs. W, W. Anderson. J. L. Evans, Wilbur Morrison, and H. E. Greenwood were In Tabor Tuesday attending a road meeting. H. C. Hicks went to Bedford Tuesday to attend a Masonic meeting. Mrs. C. E. Whitney and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hossle attended the funeral of their father's cousin in Red Oak Monday morn- Ing. Douglas Carson of Omaha visited from Friday until Sunday in the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Carson. Mrs. Effie Lund of Wayne, Nebr. and Mrs. Lizzie Woodward of Allen. Nebr., sisters, and Oscar Hildln of Wakefleld, Nebr., stepfather of John W. Evans, visited from Friday until Saturday in the John W. Evans home. Mrs. Gilbert Cheney was able to come to her home In Emerson (Tuesday from the home of her brother In Qlenwood where she was sick several weeks. Emerson C* Meeting Wednesday The Emerson Women's Relief Corps No. 214, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, met in regular session Wednesday, Feb. 14. A play, "The Lincoln and Washington Society," was given by Minnie Whisler, Ida Belle Stokes, Rose elites, Mable Ward, Dessa Cole, Pearl Wilklns, Cora B. Comer, Carrie Thomas, and Mildred Butcher. After the play a pot luck luncheon was served by the January and February birthday com* mlttee. Just a few quilt pieces were brought. • Let everyone bring some to the next meeting. We did not have a very large crowd this time. You know, to make anything a success, everyone must do his or her part so let's all turn out at our next meeting Saturday, March 3. Be sure to be on time. We are starting promptly at 2:30 o'clock. Mildred Butcher. Press Correspondent. "A Scream in the Dark," a two act play, was given at the Baptist church last Tuesday evening by the B. Y. P. U. The young people gave a good play and did their parts very well. There was a good attendance. George Davis moved this week from the Bert Dunn house to the Combs house. Con Tucker has leased the rooms over the Davis grocery vacated by Homer Black. Mrs. D. C, Coppage was confined to her home the past two weeks with a heavy cold. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vestal and June Douglas were Council Bluffs visitors Saturday, Those from here attending the county American Legion Auxiliary meeting in Malvern Wednesday afternoon were Mesdames V. R. Johnson. M. D. Lang, W. H. Cramer, R. Crofton, and Mary B. Gibson, Frank Durbtn returned home from Washington, D. C, and other points Saturday. He accompanied Allen Wortman of Malvern and they were guests of the Otha Wearln's while in Washington. Mrs. J. L. Evans and Mrs. Min- .nie Whisler were business visitors in Omaha Tuesday. • . ^fy ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^* ^^mi^^ S^^^^^SJM. § at the Malvern Sale Barn Saturday Feb. 24 Horses Commencing at one o'clock sharp; There will be a ftw good native horws. *» * »"rf»r *$ »»«§§ of f»m Haji and Straw Mlaoollanoout Joyce Elaine, the sit weeks old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Connell, died at their home in Emerson Wednesday, Feb. 14, after a brief illness. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon in the home with Rev. Mr. Hammlll of the Christian church in Shenandoah In charge. Mr. and Mrs. Connell have the deep sympathy of the community in their sorrow. Frank Oglevie went to Omaha last Thursday where he tinder- went an operation in the Imman- uet hospital. At latest report he seemed to be improving nicely, Rev. E. A. Kiser of Creston was a business visitor here Friday morning. Marion Evans HI is assisting County Agent Kilpatrlck in Malvern tabulate the corn-hog reports. He began his duties last Wednesday. J. R. Coates was a Qlenwood business visitor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Whitney and daughter, Ruth, were Omaha visitors Saturday. Miss Doris McDowell of Lincoln spent the week end here with her mother, Mrs. Clara McDowell. Doris has a civil service position at the veterans' hospital in Lincoln. Ed Osborn was a Malvern visitor Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Carson and »on, Lester, motored to Des Moines Friday where Lester was invited to attend a formal. They visited relatives over Sunday. 8111 Haven moved his household goods to Blair, Nebr. Thursday, W. H. Gillen will move from the Evans farm to this property which be bought last fall. Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Stokes were Omaha vistyqrs Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Comer were Shenandoah: visitors Thursday. I, N. Cheney had business in Sidney Tuesday. WESLEY CHAPEL Perry Wilsons Celebrate Fifty-third Anniversary Mr. and Mrs, Perry Wilson, pioneer residents of Wesley Chapel neighborhood, celebrated their fifty-third wedding anniversary Feb. 21. Mr. Wilson has not been very well this winter but cpnsiderlng their age and health they are quite active in the church and on the farm. Wesley Chapel extends congratulations to them and wishes them many more anniversaries. Payline Sowers returned -to school Monday after her turn at the mumps, No new cases have developed this week. The young SOD of Mr, and Mrs, Waldon Sowers who has been quite sick for several weeks with a severe cold and gland trouble is better at this time, Clinton and kynn Parker were guests of the John Deere company in Omaha. Thursday. The company held demonstrations and lectures at their building for the dealers and guests from jowa and Nebraska. The Henderson nre department was called 1$ the Ed era farm Saturday. Tfte caught fire but the damage not very great «•» p»ly a feoje be* ing burned in the roof. Mr. and Tkjrs, Jobs Alley anj baby visited hjs parents in. Mai' vern Sunday 8»4 helped celebrate the birthday of bis Bother, brother, awl WW*»w, Mrs, ward Plcfcei a»4 3fr*. Clinton Parker attended H** *'« leaders jnjjf ^ \ww t» MAJ* -^ «^ iwi-t.1 Ladle* Aid inet with Mrs. in a Lisle "Wednesday, Feb. 14. there were only about eight members present dne to considerable eick- ness in the neighborhood. A pleasant afternoon was spent quilting alter which refreshments of heart shaped sandwiches, salad and coffee were served. The belt meeting will be Feb. 28. Place to be announced later. Lawrence Picket spent the week end in Henderson with Mor> ris Harbor, Who remembers the good old days when college professors weren't supposed to do anything but teach school? The fellow who says that the world owes him a living never stops to explain how the debt was contracted, CLASSIFIED ADS ABSTRACTS OP TITLE: Complete Abstract of Title records for each piece of property in Mills County. Mills County Abstract Co. (Member of the American Title Assn. and Iowa Title Assn.) Glenwood, Iowa. 48tf. SEEDS AND FEEDS Ualed Oat Straw for sale.— Reuel Harman. Phone 164-F3. ' 82-1. A NEW SERVICE — Let the MALVERN MILL grind and mix your own farm grains with the necessary ingredients for a completely balanced ration for your Poultry and save 91.00 to 920,00 per ton. Phone 226, Malvern, Iowa. . 8MO ft«d clove* and Alfalfa feay for sale. — Claude Brooks, Phohe Mtfc For Sale—lowar teed oats, 406 in biti; 46e recteaned^if Ordered in advance. Also * h. p. fuller & Johnson mounted gas of oil engine, good working order, —P. S. Crink, Malvern. 32-4. FOR RENT For Rent — Modern house.— J. H. Beckwlth. Stt. MISCELLANEOUS Vot sale AT PttlVATE SALE As 1 have quit farming t have for sale the following property; Wheatland disc plow, tractor hitch. Three bottom 14 inch Rock Island tractor plow, Farmall Go-Devil. Two good farm wagons with tight boxes. . Low wheel wagon with hay rack. Ottawa corn elevator and other articles of farm equipment. 100 Bushels Seed Oats. Terms — Cash. • CLITK8 SERVICE STATION On Highway 34 lust north of Hastings Wanted — Second - hand high chair in good condition. Phone Leader office. 32-1, Cobs For Sale —Priced right. — Elwln Henderson, Malvern R. 1^ _ , . , . .. 81-2. Dead AnknaU—Call Art Jenkins, Phone 34, Emerson. Tom Shaw — Piano Tuning Leave orders with Collins Drug, Malvern. or Priest's Drug'store, Hastings. - 25tf. to ff*d* — A gotrt milk cow to be tresh Hi about two weeks. Will trade let good feeding oats.— A. M. Armstrong, Malvern, Phone i?MM. IM 8 ... Sale»Large size enamel Vietrola heating stove. — Jesse Bell, Marrern. 3M. Pot 8ale<—Farmall tractor and loose ground llstef, used two years, and 10 ft. Van Brunt press drill.— Lynn Warren, Hastings, 2M. Stove Wood For Sate at the farm or will deliver. Priced low. ~-B.-A. Lee. gd»4, WORK WANTED Wanted —Work on farm br married man. No children. Has taken work lit agricultural college. Expert horseman, can give references. Call Farm Bureau office. 32-1. MACHINERY POP Sale—P. ft 0. lister and John Deere wide tread Hater, in good shape. — chas. Wilton, Phone 180-F14. 32.3. LOST AND POUND Lost — One brown leather glove on Main street. Finder phone Leader office. 32-1. HOGS For Sale — Several good Poland China bred gilts. All vaccti nated. — A. M.. Armstrong, Mai- vern, Phone 172-F32, 3M,• CATTLE For Sale — An extra good S tt old registered Hereford bull."-' * A. M. Armstrong, Malvern,^ „.,., a72-F38, , - 'tfttSA As I am moving to a smaller place I will offer at public sale at my home : , 4 on the old Woodrow farm one mile east of Malvern, v onday, Feb. 2fl U" * i , ' * ; ,, ^ commencing at 12 o'clock sharp, the greater part of my farming equipment «r f HORSES Sorrel mare, smooth mouth, wt, Black mare, 9 yrs. old, wt, ,,,«,,,,. W ,16§Q Roan gelding, 7 yrs, old, wt, ,»,., HOGS 4 Poland China brood sows, bred to far- row in April. m CATTLE Jersey cow, 6 yrs, old, fresh io t Jersey cows, 6 yrs, old, giving now, >o$e4 epw, $ yrs, old, fresh thfe spring Blsel? heifer, 8 yrs, old, just fresh, ^ Black, heifer, § #s, old, giving milk, Uplstein heifer, a yrs. oW» ftrsab tWs f . -~*. s i .*** -s !& ' - -'" Rock lelftfld a U, p* gae , *<t -i t - » ^ ,-^ , , r_ ^ * J" H vjs$f " jt " r v JW*fll$.*l$|fc i ma- ~ •J8ft*l W SJ&Jffit- «¥%!•'-' *",*- • »>»'

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