The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on July 31, 1947 · Page 3
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THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, JULY 31, 1947 PAGE THREE Milk County SPORTS The following sports stories wriv omlffort from last work's Ix>no>r bwausp o f n spare short a«p. Malrorn Grabs No. 7 With 13 to 2 Win Elmer Jackson put on a one man show, his mates staged an elphth inning rally and the entire team shelled three Hancock pitchers as Malvern collected the seventh stralRht win of the season Sunday at Hancock. Jackson, hurling the route for Malvern, had a big day, limited the losers to six well scattered hits, fanned nine and walked three, on the mound. With the stick he laced out with a four for five effort, including a triple and a double. Jackson's mates offered htm both defensive and offensive support. Field support waa solid and Malvern stlckors plunked out a total of 16 hits against the three Hancock pitchers. Williams pounded out a triple, Brewer and Brice Artkius a double per. K. McMasters opened for Hancock and twlrlod the first 7 2/3 frames, allowing 12 hits and fanning seven as he faced 36 men. In the seventh he was blasted from thr- mound and Greever relieved him. Greever, trying to cool the Malvern flame, was only mildly successful, being nicked for three hits as he finished the stanza. Bolte pitched the ninth inning for Hancock, allowing one hit. Coe wag credited "with Hancock's only extra base blow, a double over the third base sack. Sunday Malvern plays at Percival. Thursday they will attempt to stretch their string to nine against Tabor at tl^e Tabor Farm- ers and Merchants picnic. Carr. Johnny and Davenport H RE collahorated unsuccessfully on the Malvern 020 010 370 16 13 2 Carson rise. Carr, twirling in the Hancock 000 001 010 622 first seven tries, allowed five hits Batteries: Jackson and D. Zan- and whiffed seven and yielded to ders; K. McMasters, Greever. Johnny. Johnny was sllphtly more Bolte and D. McMasters. successful with the club than on the rise. He collected three hits at the plate. Including a double, but only lasted one inning in the pitchers slot, being nicked for five hits and four runs in the one Oakland, Xeh., Slams C.lenivootl 16-1 Oakland, Neb., hit the Glenwood Independent? with everything they had Sunday and man- ml. Davenport twirled the final pled the Mills county club 16-1 frame for the losers, giving up no the American Graven Recistration division of each of the IS dl?tri- butlon centers over the country upon application from thf veterans ETOttp which I? to provide the military honors. Delivery of the ammunition will br by thf military escort accompanying thp remains from the distribution center to the final destination and will be made to nn accredited representative of the veteran organization. at Oakland. Scoring at least once in every inning except the fourth and sev- at Henderson, cnth, and smashing out five runs in the fifth and eighth stanzas, Carson hits. Net Sunday Nodaway will play H R E 003 500 200 7 10 5 the winners clubbed three Glen- Henderson 200 005 04* 10 11 5 wood hurlers for a total of hits. 17 Koster went the route for Glen- Batteries: Carr, Johnny, Davenport and Davenport. Carr; Johnson, Paul and Morris. Write Down This Number Now! It's 2131 — the telephone number that will put you in touch immediately with the finest Dry Cleaning Service. Our modern equipment re- naoves all trace of grime — our experienced workers press and finish skillfully. Phone 2131 today. HUBBELL CLEANERS Ph. 2131 Malvera TKK.«g mu inif iiBf mat wood, fanning seven and yielding All(lllbon Extends OlomvoocI seven hits. Ellerbrock started the lM>lng streak, Wins 2-1 Glenwood mound parade, lasting Glenwood showed promising two innings and being nicked Tor improvement, they made only one four hits. Klzzier came In at the error and used onlv one pUcner start of the third try. was nicked Tuesday night but Audubon for seven hits and later retired topped them 2 -i m a league tilt in favor of Emery Rohrburg who at Glenwood. Late Blight May Be Appearing in County Late blight, which has taken a toll of potato and tomato plants In the midwest In recent years may be beaded toward Mills county this year, according to word received by County Youth assistant. Dick Goos. from E. P. Syl- wp=ter. Inwa State College plant pathologist. Thf disease-, which thrives under end wot conditions, ii impossible to cnrr and must bo prp- vf-nu-ri. Spraying early with Bordeaux, Zrrlatr. tlithnnf 1 . Yellow Ciiproridc, Copper oxychlnridpsul- phato, Thribastr copper sulph.'it" or Copper hydro is rocommendt'rl. Because of its availability, bor- deaux Is usually best for the lay gardener to USP. DOT c:m In- combined with fixed copper compounds, or Bor- deauz. and a sinclp spray usod to control both insects, such as flpa beetles and leaf hoppprs and the blight. Warning service has heen set up by the I'SDA and growers will be given notice of outbreaks of the blight. Old Siirht Presbyopia is just a fancy n.imc for "old sight." After 40 most normal eyes lose their ability to change focus cosily and spectacles are needed for reading and close focusing. VAUGHN HOOVER Din! 8481 lartarm, gave up six hits. In an extremely fast fray, Glenwood got their lone tally «, IJKntlv IeS9 than 1H nour(I , the in the fourth effort. They were Auduhon crew grabbed two runs robbed of another run when Buck the first gtanza and h?lf , on doi ,_ Edmonds hit a ball that bounced over the fence for a double. If the pill had one over the fence on the fly, the blow would, have gone for a round tripper. gedly to finish on top. Glenwood manufactured their one tally In the fourth inning. Williams went the route for Glenwood, opposing freeze for Audubon. Williams had the better of the duel, beins nicked for was yielcl- Hnulcrson Clips Onrson 11-1(1 in Wild Sliijiffst Scoring four runs in the last six hits, while Freez half of the eighth inning, the ing eight. Hendreson Independent!) nipped Williams also led the Glen- Carson 11-10 at Henderson Sun- wood stickers with a throe for day In a wild slugging, 10 error four record wnlch included two fracas that had players and fans doubles and a ntngU-. alike down to a nubbin at the Tonight Glenwood plays tho finish. Omaha Hockets at Olenwood. Babies and Children PHOTO CONTEST.. PICTURES OF ALL WINNERS TAKEN ' TO BE PUBLJSrO IN THIS PAPER S5O.OO IN Prizes WINNERS TO BE JUDGED ON PERSONALITY and EXPRESSION; PNLYU EVERY CHILD HAS A CHANCE!! (hi —$20.00 in Photograph's 2nd— 15.00 in Photographs 3rd — 10.00 in Photographs 4th — 5.00 in Photographs All Children Up to 15 Years of £ge Eligible to Enter Contest TrailhiK 10-7 coming Into the Tuesday they oppose Tabor In the bottom half of the eighth. Hen- Tabor Farmers and Merchants derson staged a wild rally to an- ' )lcnlc nnd Friday. Aug. 1, they nex. Three of the four runs were entertain the Council muffs scored on Harry Paul's scream- Boosters under the Memorial Ing double that caromed off tho fleld lights. Henderson school house, deep in • HUE centerfield. All in all it was a Audubon 200 000 000 622 good day for Paul, who pitched Olenwood 000 100 000 811 most of the way for Henderson Batteries: Freeze and Owen; and had a perfect, three for three Williams and Mike Hohrhurg. day ut the rubber. Morris and Dale Williams also proved profi- N. Y. Yankee Camp at cier.t with the sticks as they add- Glonwood AUR. ii'-lIH ed two hits each to the Hender- The New York Yankees will eon total. conduct a try-out camp at Gltn- Henderson opened with John- wood Aug. 27 and 2S. son on the mound but he gave Although the school la intend- way after 3 2/3 Innings for Paul. e d primarily for high school sen- Johnson gave up six hits, fanned j O rs, any high school, college, seven and walked three in his amateur or semi-pro player be- mound stay. Paul had plenty of tween the ages of 16 and 22 may stuff but little control as he ra- attend. tloned the visitors to one hit, fanned 10 and issued seven gift tosses. Veterans Must File ~ ~~ Claims by Aug. 1 World war II veterans wishing to file disability claims for waiver of premiums on their National Service Life Insurance policies must do so by Aug. 1 if their claims are more than a year old, Morris T. Vogelaar of the Veterans Administration Contact office at Sioux City, warned recently. If approved, Vogelaar said, such claims could result in cash refunds, to veterans who were entitled to a waiver of premiums, but who continued to pay premiums or to have them deducted from their service pay. In general, a World war II veteran is entitled to a waiver o£ premiums on his GI insurance at any time that he becomes totally disabled for a period of six months or longer. On or before Aug. 1, 1847, VA will accept retroactive claims for any period si not; Aug. 1, 1941. After that deadline, VA will not pay retroactively oil any suvli claim which is more than a year old. Subject to the same deadline, beneficiaries may claim waiver it' tlie veteran died during a period of total disability. ENTRY FEE FJFTY CENTS PER CHILD No Other Charges!! REMEMBER — This is NOT g gemitx contest, jOnty Personality and Expression will be Judged. JTOUR child Has as good K thance as any. One Picture Given to Each Contestant Photos l>y LLOYD'S STUDIO NATIONALLY KNOWN CHILD PHOTOGRAPHER COMMUNITY BUILDING 12:00 to 6*00 P. M. THURSDAY Aiifuit 7- 1947 For One D*y Only I Blank Ammunition Given for Burial Gratuitous issues of blank ammunition will be made by the War Department to officially recognized veterans organizations for ceremonies incident to the burial of World war II dead, Col. M. A. Quinn, commanding officer, Kansas City Quartermaster depot, has been informed by Quartermaster General T. B. Larkin. The ammunition, in a quantity of not less tluui 24 rounds per ceremony, will be furnished by ARE YOU TIRED OF STRAINING TO HEAR Do you know that a hearing loss can sometimes be responsible for that coustu.ui worn out exhausted feeling? Do you fcuow it is hard on your nerves to strain to hear as to strain to see? Ho you kuow it is as hard on your nerves to strain to hear as to strain to sue? Do you know that this new Invention cau be almost completely concealed? 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