The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on March 8, 1934 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, March 8, 1934
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i! Ttffe MALV^M LEADED MAJVERN, tdWA. MARCH i, 1934 um mm w im wm m tow tn«nd* wm appreciate fefttft* their vttfti mentioned tt t&efft eofnmn*. Pnon« 106. Miss Greteheri Gidley cam home Saturday morning for ftfrort visit with her parents an friends. She returned to he school work In Ltndenwood col lege, St. Charles, Mo. Suttda, night. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest KIrby drove to Council Bluff* Sonda; morning to spend the day wit! relatives and friends. I. A Fletcher accompanied them and flatted Mrs. Fletcher at the Ed nmndson hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Martin moved last week from the Arter burn house to Mrs. Lela Mason's house on north Main street. Mrs. Nelle Woods left yesterday morning for Kansas City where she will visit for a while. T. D. Gibson of Council Bluffs was In Malvern Saturday on business. COX 6ROCERY PHONE 0 - MALVERN SPECIALS BACON SQUARES augur cured. Ib. TRIUMPH FLOUR, 49 Ib. bag -.-—$1.69 Tone Bro*. COFFEE 1 pound ._ IBe Monarch Cake FLOUR _3^t Ib. pkg. . 23c GREEN TEA. Ib. - ISe Blue Barrel SOAP 6 for - 25c CRACKERS, 2 Ib. box soda or Graham 24c TALL MILK, any kind. 4 for ....... 2Sc Gooch'a Beat FLOUR 49 Ib. ba ff $1.89 Gooch'a 4 Ib. Pan. CAKE FLOUR . 19c HIGHEST PRICES for CREAM and EGGS PAID Mrs. j. A. Fletcher was able t he brought home yesterday from the Jennie Edmundgon hospita where she has been reenperatln from an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hill o Council Raines Bluffs drove and Miss the to Shenandoa! Sunday where they were enter talned at dinner In the home o Mr. and Mrs. Paul KImsey. Mrs. Reuel Harman wai in Jured Friday morning when her ear Was struck by a truck driven j>y a young man from Carson. She received several cuts on her face and body bruises. Her small son Dickie, Who was riding With her escaped injury. The accident occurred as Mrs. Harman turned to go north off of highway 34 near the Hurt Bentott farm. Both the car and truck were badly damaged. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Criswell and little son drove down from Omaha Sunday and spent the day n the R. W. Crlswell home. Dr. 0. W. Rlmel is up from Bedford this week looking after business matters pertaining to his Other's estate and has ordered bills and advertising for a closing ut sale of the farm equipment hat he will hold nest Wednesday, March 14, at the farm. See ad In this issue of The Leader, Miss Delia Lucas who has been n the Mercy hospital for several weeks while recovering from an operation wan able to leave the hospital Sunday but will remain in Council Bluffs a few days before returning to her home here. J. D. Barrack and daughter, Mrs. Paul Beaton, returned Thursday from Lincoln where they were called Tuesday by the death of Mr. Barrack's son-in-law, Bills Evans. Mr. Evans had been in 111 health for the past two years. C. A. Esterquest has been quite sick the past week at his home in southeast Malvern. F. I. Northrup .who recently moved to a farm near Lewis was in Malvern Tuesday and called to have tbe address of his Leader changed to that place. The North- rups lived on tbe Fred Davis farm south of Malvern before moving to Lewis. - ; MILADY BEAUTY SHOP Mrs. 0. A. Phone 90 Mrs. Fete Shafts, Mrs. liaf Kemp, and Mis* Myrtle Normm ol Pacific Junction spent Monda with Mrs. L. M. Grat. Miss Helen Dtonner, sttfden ntrrse in the Presbyterian hospt tal in Chicago cam* In yesterda and will visit until Sunday wit relatives and friends here. Mrs. James Soderstrnrn, Miss Virginia Soderstrtrm, and Mr. an Mrs. Nathaniel Soothe Of Omah drove down Saturday afternoon for a week-end visit with Mrs Sodefstrom'g brother, Dr. M. £ Campbell, and family. Mrs. W. W. TUnntton was taken to the Jennie Edttttndson hospital Sunday evening where she underwent a major operation Her daughter, Mrs. Harry fhoni at, and Mr. Tnnnlson accoinpa nied her to the hospital. At lat est reports she was recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. B«rl Davis of won't be about for several days yet, but it wouldn't be a bad plan to have your spring clothes . . ' Cleaned and Pressed Our plant enables us to do the best odorless cleaning possible; to furnish one»day service when desired; to press your clothing so that it looks and feels as shapely as new; and to offer this service at a consist* enly low price. MALVERN CLEANERS Phone 368 and we'll call for and deliver Wonders of Science and Invention OVER 400 PICTURES I ttU t^if* story. Ths tart, concise. I.BL,,-, <c«U»try— lowe Made Tola Iff Would you lifce to keep posted new djvekmmenu in th& the WWy other £ , etc. ? f 1 ^^*SS^ MSrEjMSMPJgg ^S« «*fc* a*** Council Bluffs and Mr. and Mrs Shirley Oreenlee, Wannlta Huebner, and Earl Liven good of Pad- no junction and Evelyn Gray were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gray, parents of Davis and Mrs. Greehlee. Mrs. Wm. Arterburn moved Wednesday from her farm home west of Malvern to her home on north Main street. Ernest Irwln of the Asbury eighborhood was in town Salnr- •ay and called at The Leader of- ce for his corn poster which has een displayed for several days. Made by placing corn kernels of elected atse and color on ft blue >ackground and covering all with lear lacquer, the signs represent mportant truths selected by Mr. rwln. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Baer, Betty nd Blllle, and Miss Sadie Salers drove to Omaha Saturday nd silent the day In the city. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Hall drove down from Greenfield Saturday nd visited over Sunday with his iarenta, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall. W. H. Angus from lower White 'loud was In Tuesday and called o advance his subscription anther year. Frank Hamilton visited over Sunday with friends in Winter- et. W. A. Latrg Mid ffcttff? »o*ed to Maltern Tuesday from Hain bwg and are occtrpyltg one o George Mellor residences in th «orth part of town. Mrs. W. p. Wortmtn left Wed nesday ittornlng tift the Borlttg; ton and M. K, & f. for fietton Texas, where she wm spend a conplft of weeks visiting he dattghter, Helen Zene, at Baylo College for Women, and enjoying a vacation and rest Among those froin a'dtstanci attending the funeral of W. Summers Saturday were: Mr. an Mrs. Harry Stoner and Robert Potts of Leno*, Mrs. Georgia DeVol, Mr. aftd Mrs. f. D. Olbsoti Mrs. F. I. Dnerr, and Mrs. Rapp of Council Bluffs, Mr. and Mrs Mark Davenport of Jfiarrott, Mr and Mrs. B. Reed Thomson of Grinnell, and John F. Summers and son, Wlllard, of Chicago. Mrs. Harry Evans accompanied by Mtss LlMle Madden and Mrs joe Davis, visitors in the Evans home, made The Leader office a pleasant call Tuesday afternoon. The Evans family recently moved .o the Bert Kline farm west of Malvern from the lames Dutbin 'arm near Emerson. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Seattle and son, James, and Mr. and Mrs. F. ft. Chantry returned yesterday rom a several Weeks trip to Call* ornla,spending much of the time at Pasadena with Mrs. t, H. Blaylock, sister of Mrs. Seattle nd Mr. Chantry, Going a south' rn route they visited the Warren ;hantrys in Oklahoma and with farriett Seattle, student in Bay* or College for Women, at Beton, Texas. Sweden Was 16 per cent ahead of the satire month the year tefom In Gifflrtny ft w*« it f*r cent attd fn lafa* IS f*r cUnl JA tie United States the figure was 1^ p«r cent, ffc* rite ti ttdlHStriat prodoctton was felt In all the principal countries except Belgian). The world ftgnf es ate very .en- cotrragfng. At thtt we would like to know Just what alphabetical organizations Canada and Sweden are employing to pHtl out of the depression. EAST LIBERTY tatty iftt Chtttrch We are urged by our district superintendents to bfUtg up our finances for half of thS year. Will yon not pay half of your pledge for the year? Last Sunday the pastor started a series of sermons on "The ReaU Hies of our Religion." these will continue until Easter and la these sermons we shall look at the vital things lit our faith and belief. On Easter Sunday the doors of the church wilt be opened to re-, celve members. Next Sunday our services will lie held as usual. Church service at 10 and church school at 11. Alt are invited to these services. iffirfttfirit CWm* Th>e Sanity sefvfees ate a* fallows: Sunday school at id a. m. a«« worship at 11 a. m. The sermon wilt b» gfven oy Walter E. Sheneneld in the north east class room. Baptist Crrtrtth Pastor, Ir. R. BohWtt Include the Bible school and morning preaching service In your plans for Sunday. We gen- ef atly get done what w* plan fo* and plan ahead to do. Who could not give two hours on Sunday to church and Sunday schoolt Theme of morning sermon is a Pf*-Ea*ter message, "the Offence and Foolishness of the Cross." "t WAS glftd when they said unto me, let us go into the house Ot the Lord. They are Washington, selling candy in D. C. filled with What, No Alphabets? A study of the current monthly ulletln of economic statistics is* ued by the League of Nations at eneva, brings the cheering news hat the United States is not the nly country making progress gainst the depression. Some of lie other nations of the world re making rapid strides. The fig* res show, for example, that in November, 1033, business in the Dominion of Canada was 16 per cent higher than in 1932. In S T R AHA N Miaa Vera Hartley Weds Elton H. Gillen Sunday On Sunday afternoon, March 4, wo of our most prominent young >eople, Miss Vera Hartley and Slton H. Gillen, were united in marriage by Rev, J. F. Stille. pastor of . tbe , Emerson . Baptist church. Tbe ceremony was. performed at the home of the bride at 4 o'clock in the presence of the immediate families and intimate friends of both. The bride's frock was a pretty blue crepe with accessories to match. She carried a corsage of sweet peas and carnations, a gift of the bridegroom. The couple were attended by Mr, and Mrs. Everet Retherford, uncle and aunt of the bride. Tbe bride formerly attended Strahan high school, Tbe bridegroom Is a graduate of Emerson high school, class of '29, and is highly recommended as a farmer. They plan to Jive near Emerson where congratulations and best wishes of their many friends accompany them. Those present at the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Gillen, Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Grayson, Mr, and Mrs, Orel Glllen and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Everet Retherford, Mr. and Mrs, Adrla Hartley, Mrs. Gladys Achenbacb and son, Ha and Donel Hartley, and Mrs. Etbie Hartley, Following tbe ceremony a delicious supper was served. 5, H, D. Club Meets at R. Shaul Home Friday Members of the S. H. P. club met at the borne of Mrs, Robert Shaul last Friday afternoon. After a short business meeting tbe afternoon was spent pitying games which were in keeping with the month. At tbe close of the entertainment tbe hostess served creamed chicken, washed potatoes, buttered sandwiches, celery, cherry pie and fioffee. Quests besides tbe members were Helen Fisher, Helen Conrad, and Ernest Wederqtist. Mr, and Mrs, Chas. Qipe left Saturday for Belleyue for a with, their children, Mfr. and Mrs, Wm, Hodovel. Mrs. Harry Conrad and Mrs, T«4 Hetsel eatertained. at a mi** cellaneous shower honoring Mrs- A»c» HftU tesf Thursday aj*«r» noon at the home of Mrs, Conrad, About ^ ladles were prewnt to enjoy tfee afternoon whipped weanj, a ft d sag** sejrved. Mr, ead, " mevlPii t« 9 , fot tb* ft&wljuj Farewell Party Honor* the Robert Pollitt Family A farewell'.party was planned by neighbors and friends nesday evening, Feb. 28, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Point and family,, _ !»Tiwlri«>%iii id visiting; all late "hour; Refreshments were'served consisting ot sandwiches and pie.. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. E, 0. .Retherford. Tom Baa- lee and family, Mr, and Mrs, Ker- mlt Hlllyer, Lester Thomas and family. Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Kayton, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kayton, Mr,' and Mrs, Arthur Churchman and son, Mr. and Mrs, W, R. Costello, Mr. and Mrs. Adrls Hartley. Mrs. Ethle Hartley, Ila and Donel, Charlie Hanson, Mr, and Mrs, Walter Angus, and Mrs, Sophia Bralnard. Neighbors deeply regret the departure of the Polllt family from the Strahan community. Birthday* and Wedding Anniversaries Celebrated Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Maddocks ntertalned the members ot their ctub and their families at their home Friday evening. They played progressive pinochle and a jolty good time was enjoyed by all. Each family furnished something for the supper so the refreshments were certainly alt that need be desired. Three birthdays were observed, that of W. H. Maddocks, Grace Cllpson, and Harold Skerritt; and the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Skerritt. Three angelfood cakes were in evidence In honor of the anniversaries. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Row Burgoln, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Myers, Mr, and Mrs. "Will Schlermelr, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Markel, Earl Maddocks and family, Glenn Skerritt and family, Hugh Clipson and family, Ralph Skerritt and family,, all fr,pm near Silver City, and Mr. and Mrs. W, K. Maddocks, Fern, Ralph, Edna, and Wayne.' ' Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Nelson and Etbel were dinner, guests'Sunday in.Jibe Max Benton 4fc Florence; ''Dorotbyi' uddy Sunday dinner guests in Dye home were Mr. the Mrs. Arthur Carley and family of Carson, Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Kay* ton, and Mrs. Rowean &nd three children. In* the afternoon they all drove to Malvera to vteU their father, John Dye. Mrs, Bffle Rowean ft n4 jj, re e song of Qlathe, Colo, who bare been visiting her father, John. Dye, of Mslverrt a»d Willis, of Strabaq and sister, Mrs. Carley, of Carson left for their home last Monday morning, Willis Dye accompanied $be» far as BelJvllle, Ran, wjjere be visiting J»i 9 aged wnsle, Snspp, Mrs. Frank Steeje eurprtsed ber brother, gteve Crisw^H, Tuesday evening wbw ed a number of home to birthday, Tbe evening was wjtb cards, teujr t used. At i% p'cipck o| ice ereaw, coffee enjoyable wenln| Sieve were Sunday vlsltora In the^W. H, Haddocks borne, * - ', '/-',, Mr, and Mrs, B. J, JLookablll visited Miss Vera Shaffer In 'the Edmundson hospital' Ja ^ Bluffs one : afternoon last 'week. Vera was .recovering nicely from ber recent operation for- appendicitis, Roy McClure and family bave moved in for the present with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, B, McClure. Tbe land wblcb he will farm does, not bave improvements on It but be feels very fortunate in being able to secure the land, Laura Kerney and Joule and Mrs; Daisy Rlmel were trans* acting, business • in Glenwood , Monday forenoon. Wiley Clay was o.»lte sick Sunday afternoon and IP a abort period of.tijne bad two very severe bemo whagea, * Re , . : wa rusbed to the Bdmundsos' hasp! tai in CojjBdl Bluffs' for treat meat and tbe mewbers .of. bis lajnOy rewalBed- nef r:AM" far » time. At this ^ Improved la-.v PHONE M* ANPWtWlU OWT AND IN»PCCf YOPR . Our Shop Is McCQRMICK* SERVICE Headquarters drore to Cpunc,}) ftfternoon- ft»4 GENUINE JHGMRTS guests At ibs v&mato Threa BO -J »^*™ p V-f* WF « •*•'» ivhcflworkw Mrs. H»ll are Mr, tew ta««d thft *flW nffl^^JR ^jffl&lf S^fl^W liquor for 2c apiece. What a way to tempt children to become drunkards! We are back again in the Ways and methods of the M* loon day*. Methodist Episcopal Church Roy E, Ougeler, Pastor Your pastor found himself possessed with mixed feelings at the .Church Night meeting last Thursday. Two predominated, The one was a feeling of embarrassment that he had done such a good Job of Inviting people to his own "pound party," The second was a sense of deep gratitude for the whole-hearted expression of love by the members and friends of the church as manifested in the large and choice contribution and the spirit in which it was given. The pastor's family Join him in again expressing a hearty "Thank you." We have decided that our people pound hard when they pound. However we escaped with* out surface bruises and thus far we have used enough restraint •that there have been no internal injuries., There was a good increase in attendance at Sunday school and •church last Sunday but we did not reach the goals set for the next four months. If everyone who was present last Sunday comes regularly and is an enthusiastic booster and inviter we will soon be passing the goal. The Ladies' Circle will meet with Mrs. Frank Churchill at 2:30 p. m. Thursday (today). The choir, has started prepare tion on Easter music. They' will practice with Ml%3ei«M^FJatcb; eventtg except Saturday nfng at ?:*» f. ft. f&e SWMay *erviees wit! fee taken fey the pastor, tie preaefting win he done by Rev. a*d Mrs. HeAiWncn of Macedonia the tfet Week. At .least we hep* to to at.1e.t6 fet Mrs. JSlcAWncB tot Wednesday evening. Match 14. the second week Rev. K. S. freshitt of Wesley Chfcpet wttl pfwHsa. W« want to give special attention to various groups of people throughout the meetings. We desire to hate Women's Night on March 14 and Children's Night on March 1ft. Others will be announced later. Church Meaty bale White, Minister Sunday school at 10 a. a. Miss Edna tfettt, Bnpt. Morning worship at 11. the sermon theme is "Christian Fruitage." We are in the Lenten season. Let us make a special effort to be •In our pews these days previous to Easter so that the Resurrection morn shall have & new meaning to us ail, Sabbath last Miss Haysil Berry with Miss Helen Jones at the piano delighted the congregation with a violin selection by George Frederick Handel This congregation feels Indebted to Miss Berry tor her musical help in our worship programs. " Services next Sunday follows: Sunday school at 10 and preaching at 11 a, m. Young people's meeting at 6:80 p. m., and evening worship at 7; 30 o'clock, Next Sunday our special series of evangelistic meetings begin. •» • » •• v m- THEATER 0 MALVKHN. IOWA FRIDAY -SATURDAY March 0 and 10 Tom Kcetio in a Western "CROSS FIRE" And Added Short* Admission IQc, ago SUNDAY - MONDAY March 11 and 19 James Cagney In bin tact and moat gripping nit "LADY KILLER" with Mae dark and Margaret Lindsay. Also good , abort Attractions . .. • •Admission IQc. 85e WEDNESDAY OMLY lioland In A hilarious comedy 'MAMA LOVES PAPA 1 Good short attractions Time NOW IS a Qood to Have YOUR Tractor Looked Over

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