The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on March 8, 1934 · Page 3
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HULVEftPt, IOWA, MAftCtt 6, 1934 PAGfe THUEE HASTINGS 14 ffce Ladled Af« wltt treld theft feffrlar tseetfni teit Wwlnesday, Mate* 14, 1ft the i*. 1. chffefc. fhe pto«r*tt fs as follows: Cevotttfns, it enarte of ettffr- inlttee. Roll tall, Give planting sag- feiUoni. ^ Flowef and vegetable eichange directed by Mrs. Ralph. Hanseoin, Mr*, i. F". ix>okatrflt, and Mrs. W. S. Young. Annual flower paper, Mrs. Watte? Boylan. Reading, M«t. Semon Co*. MoMe, Mf*. Fred Priest. tf6*t€Wes: Mrs. L. & Rtpley, MM. Roy Qnlttby, Mrs. Fred LooTtablll, Mrs. Rea Shepard, Mrs. Prank Kelly, and Mrs. Dent Kites. the annual school election of toe Hastfngs stiools will be held next Monday, March id. two directors af* to be elected and thus fat but one ticket has been filed so but one wfll appftftf oik the ballot. They are R. I*. Christie and H. P. ScatW so these will ttn- donbtediy fee elected. Mrs. Cecil Woods and Blanche, Newt of Hasting* Public Schools A farewell patty was given at the school house Feb. 23 for Helen and Ruth Darland who tooted last week to Sidney, The entertainment consisted of a snort program and contests. We regret having Helen and Rath leave us but nope they will like their work at Sidney. Win. Clark, and Mrs. Ted Clark were Malfefn visitors Saturday. George Schorr If. has taken a position with the towa Fruit and Produce company of Council Bluffs as traveling salesman tot southwest towa and begun his duties with them last week. George Millet who bought the old Dimmitt farm just east of Hastings last fall moved there the past week and D. R. Kidwell who of Srtdtt *n attest*- *y .aeetrittrt a** sfet**st w ance of i« at Usttofy virftes wete r«eit«4 the Jtftttaffr money was if 6ip?*a tn tfee Witt Herbert Jones and Orlow Ryan. We wet* teft to*?? mrf safwr** 1 tendent and wife were ttnaMe to t» fresettt as Mrs. Casto* has been ifek tot a couple of weeks. Mrs. t. E. Brammeler the sad news Saturday evening of works at *r*c***nia spent Satnr- __> ifiWi and Sunday with from* fetks. Mr. aM Mrs. John Bfodsoii, tiowiri-laBiS Itaftoerftte were tn j& O*i Wetnwsday afternoon. jjtr. a*ft ft**. Forrest Aenen- bat»*ft and CfiDdren visited Satttr- y BveMftf *» the Henry Schlll- ttf ftoffle. MfV**« It**. Henry Schilling d Rath EltftU attended a party S tire CHtt Man horns in Hast- the death oi Diego, Calif. her father at San Lorraine Clark is absent from school with the mumps. Miss Young and Mr. Blttner are entertaining the faculty Thursday evening, Juniora Present Play "The Path Across the Hill" directed by Miss Varley, was presented by the junior class last] Thursday and Friday evenings In the school assembly. Marjorie Haden played the lead, the part ot Ruth Conrad, with Helen Darland playing the part of Flo Qray, Ruth's cousin. Both girls portrayed their characters very well, the first a sweet, lovable girl, the latter a flirt, Lavern Potter was excellent as "Grandpa" Crawford, a kind old gentlemen who hated to see another suffer. Gladys Hltes played the part of "Grandma" Davis who proposed to "Grandpa." Lutie, a cute neighbor girl, gave the audience cause for laughter as the sweetheart of .Walter Conrad, Bud Mitchell. has been farming it several years past, moved to the Fred Martin farm operated the past thre years by Harry Potter. Mr, Pot ter moved to one of the Bowei farms recently vacated by Ted Botoen who moves to the Btev- esson farm one mile east of Malvern, Dr. Edgar Christy attended the sessions of the Southwest Iowa Medical Association in Council Bluffs last week. O. B, Hutchings made a trip to Imogene Monday. Uncle Jim Moore who makes his home with George Miller is in very poor health. He moved with Mr. Miller, however, to his •new farm east of Hastings. He had the Mansfield ambulance come up and take him over to the new home and made the trip very comfortably. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hall moved from the place recently vacated by Bert Caven to the farm vacated by Clyde Byrds. Mrs, Lottie Meserve of McCook, Nebr., who has been visiting Mrs. W. F. Crawford, left for Creston Friday where the will visit relatives before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Byers ot Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Starr autoed to Council Bluffs Saturday. Charley , Brown and daughter, Hazel, of Henderson visited Friday in the home of Mrs. W. D Linthicum, Mrs. Fayo Blunt and family were dinner guests Sunday ln> the t..i fc A.l=^*^t.'»i*<*»*fc.*s3 ~ ~" '-^-- = - - Mf. and Mrs. Malcolm Cole and da&thtef of freynot wet e 8«*iSay visitors In the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. loe dot*. Asia McVey came Sunday evening to start work tot MaHott Ryan and-Mf* Georgia Wilkinson and children attended the tontnament In Council Bluffs Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Btamttfclef were supper guests of Mr. and Mahan. Gwendolyn Andersen" wftof I. W. Castor was in|i evening. lot Colo and faintly moved last lay to the M. B. Brammeter farm. Those attending the show, •tittle Woitten," fharsday eve- nlnf w«t« tfaf gtHsrltte, Jeanette and Howard Dodson, Luther Wright, Ralph, Ethel, and Tim CoM an* Mr*. Roy Martin were . --_ Mm ttat Martin Friday Caning, ft* a fa* **?». in Omaha Wednesday. iiiti. Tank Anderson who was on the sick list last week is much improved al this writing. Mf. and Mrs. Henry Schilling and ftnth Kitten and Russell and Opal Hall of Olenwood spent Sonday in the home ot their grandmother, Mts. Martha Nlms. Mrs Hall fstntned home with them called to Gfenweod Jiionday to serve on the He f* a kindly man and true. He'll slap yoa otv the back And meet yon with a smiling face And tell yon that's a fact. When the O. O. P. was in the cftair They got all the blame; But wnen the De»o* grabbed it back. They got It Just the same. The Council got the Jitters, Their hair is turning gray. Trying to balance the budget And make the city pay. They are called upon the carpet. But won't take the floor. And ramble for the timber When the lion begins to roar. To the Gents on the Council, I've got this much to say: tt you can't cage the lion Better go to baling hay. fh« Girl.Friend says the only way to Break h«r husband if r.vcirln; would b6 to tetl their old •;;,!•. ft. B«ll «>D,IICM«—WXL ;U<,Vk« Leader Want Ads pay atad pay. 7ft* *» «** & * *«« «•» «* <f ffit PflOf URCH 8-Mm» Wkfe* Htw m»k* thtit fiftl (ppeirinci, 1907. j6—Rint Urdner. hnmorltt ind *rit*r. twrn IMS. t—Writ ttltphon* ptttot it * ,1876. A Baltimore woman married 44 years asks for a divorce. Evidently she was not consoled by the thought that the first fifty yearn of married lite are the hardest. i *-Ffr« brMt« o«f Niit*ri River I* ot*M4. 1855. »_F*m«(J btnle oi Mooitot 10—O«m«n» detUret *tt OB Pwrtuf»l »t l««t 191ft. 11—Stirt of greii bllJJird, Nfw York. 1848. Leader Want Ads pay and pay, couple", added much humor to the play. Dr, jimmy Reed and Robert Post, a young man from New York, were portrayed by Leonard Mitchell and Bruce Wallahan, The scene was in the living room ot Ruth Conrad's home, The high school orchestra played several numbers before the play, Mr, and Mrs, Clarence Nelson of Emerson visited Monday in the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Will Trimmer. Miss Margaret Quimby was an over-night guest in the home of Miss Napml Harman near Mai- vern Thursday. Mrs. Liwie Largent spent the first part of last week in the Roy Hatfleld borne and from Thursday until Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Henry Schilling near Qaks, Mr, and Mrs. Scott Edia left Thursday for Arkansas where they will visit n tew days with relatival, Mrs. Wsyna Byers of Bender- eon visited Thursday in the bqme of Mrs, Arlie Gamble, Dale potter is i» this week with the measles, Miss Regtna LOQkftbUl of Omaha visited over Sunday with her •paints, Mr, ftR4 Mrs- Fred L,Qofc> Mr, ana Mrs, Ray Clifton of Omaha 'riBJteO. Sunday in the w, Ff Crawford, feom«, Mr, ««4 Mr», W, Q. Resh, tal »nj| Qegr^e. were Red Sunday In the'Frank Hannah home at' Blanchard, . Mr, and Mrs, Wendell Ord who have been caring for her mother, Mrs. Scott Edie, returned home last week, .Ben Haroff and family ot Bee* beetown visited over Sunday In the home of Mrs. R. 0. Priest, Miss Edna Henderson spent the week end with her folks, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Henderson. Lawrence Martin who has been visiting relatives in California the past few weeks, returned home last w'eek. Max Quimby who 'is employed in the Clark Drug store at Council Bluffs visited Sunday with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Roy Quimby. Miss Lorraine Clark was on the sick list last week, Vlrgtl Shanic who is in the Jennie Edmundson hospital is im* proving nicely. Ellsworth Smith skidded into a ditch Tuesday night while return' ing home from Henderson, turn* ing bis ear over and damaging it quite badly, Mary Margaret, tne small daughter- of Mr, and Mrs. Ted Clark, unfortunately got some lye In her £aouth last Friday morning. H burued her lips, tongue, nose, chin, and the back of o&e hand quite badly but she given quick treatment sad she getting along fine. Mr. a»d Mrs. Qecil Wood and children, George Qiar& , ftijd B.la»ch wood visited iu CouplJ BJufts Sunday. ^ Mrs, F*ye Kieth were urday, Knee-Action Wheels i Longer w heelb ase You KROW-* Bigger Fisher Bodies (4 mcAos more room) e Blue Srreal< Engine • 80 horsepower O 80 miles an hour a Faster acceleration ° greater economy at touring speeds e creased smoothness and quietness INew/ larger all-weather bral<es Smart new styling lypically low Chevrolet prices FOR 1934 It's bere »ow» for the first tiwe; : by to aes and drife^Sfcwfofel/or 19W And if you aren't among ths first d»wi»g, ya*^ go»g to BUM oae of Ow Mggest. «o«t e»«itisg »v««tt «rf tbs wb^ w°4ar «*r y««r» Tb«» n»v«ar b«» been a new Chevrolet wo4«l with to mmj bufe m4 »w»ping tdvianM «« t)u» ooo. Itf ^erem-tot«Uy unlike anything y«»N* *m «r iBytbiwg ymmS #« w »atar w* for BIT80ITi Mills County Chevrolet Co. ftk Jttt MALVKRN, IOWA

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