The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on October 2, 1947 · Page 1
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 1

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, October 2, 1947
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HISTORIC*!. MPT I0W* DE3 WHITES t» HIS WEEK in Milli County THE The church census conducted Malvern Snnday was carried lout in an efficient manner by ome 30 workers from the three jthnrcbes In the community. They I^Mslted more than 600 homes in this vicinity and gained accurate flnforrnation as to church attend- lance, membership, preference and [Sunday school attendance. The |Leader hopes to have a breakdown of the information available Fnext week. » * * Perhaps the only person from i this area to go to the Ak-Sar- Ben bridge parade last Friday by plane was Frank Degenhart. Not an air enthusiast (but a parade enthusiast) he was offered the ride by Ben Breeding and he conquered his fear and made the trip. * * * Publisher AVm. K. Itrown of the Glenwood Opinion-Tribune received extensive recognition a week ago when he was named as the "Editor of the Week" by the Publisher's Auxiliary, a trade newspaper of national circulation. The Auxiliary had a feature article on his newspaper experience and told of his development of The Opinion-Tribune after he purchased It In 1944. PHENEWWER 7o«» VOL. 73. ' Entered In the Post Office at Malvern. Iowa, it tec- end clans mall matter. Official Paper for Mtll» County MALVERN. MILLS COUNTY. IOWA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1947 NO. 14. Odd Developments in Academic Field aa Initiation Pay Comes FARM BUREAU ANNUAL MEETING TO BE HELD IN MALVERN OCT. 18 Program May Include European Traveler; Resolutions Study Two features of the program for the annual meeting of the Mills county Farm Bureau may be a talk by one of the Iowa farmers now touring Europe and discussion and adoption of resolutions, according to B. F. llufftng- ton, president of tho organization. The mcotlnx will bo hold In tho Malvern Community building Saturday, Oct. 18. Mr. Bufflngton U especially anxious to get wide study and discussion of the resolutions which will be adopted. These will be presented by the committee which la made up ot Myron C, Jones, Olenwood, chairman, and Joe Haden and J. F. Wearln jr., Hastings. Extra Span f 01 Silvei Creek Bridge May be in This Fall One of the stranger facets of our educational system was illu strated in Malvern Friday as freshmen of the school were initiated with customary requirements. Above are shown the high school yearlings as they dressed in the manner directed by the upper classman. After a day of torture and humiliation — thoroughly enjoyed by the fresh — allwas forgiven In a school party in the evening. 4-H Entries Win at Ak-Sai-Ben Show HEAVY TAX RECEIPTS TOP LAST YEAR But More Delinquent This Season Reports Treasurer Moore SALE DATES CLAIMED More farmers are lining up dates for fall sales and as dates are scheduled The Leader will be ^ glad to publish such so that con- ed ag q ueen e ^ c ^ evening and the = A pretty Mills county 4-H club girl — Joyce Allely of Hastings — was chosen as Rodeo Queen to lead the Ak-Sar-Ben rodeo parade at the big annual show in Omaha Thursday evening. A different girl has been select- flictlng dates in the same area Uonor wa8 announced to Joyce Mills countlans parted with can be avoided: Some now sched- Tuesday . $203,078 76 during September aa uled: Her honor was one of a group GOOD RETURNS FROM FIRST SALVATION DRIVE Letters, Field Representative Spur Current Contributions Fairly good returns have been reported in various communities from the current Salvation Army drive. The drive Is the first ever conducted by this philanthropic organization on the basis of its local committees. The initial appeal for funds was made by Uie community committees by mail and these letters are being followed up this week by Ed Swann, field representative, of the Army. Mr. Swann was In Malvern Monday and Tuesday and plans to be In Hastings, Emerson and Henderson later this week to encourage collections. Mr. Swann plans to visit many of the citizens In each of these communities. Service Units have been established in each of the communities of Mills county and in the present fund collection, part of the amount donated will stay with these units to be used to Improve the health and welfare of tho needy. Tho balance will go to the Salvation Army organization and will be used In Its broad humanitarian program. This includes tho AUTUMN RAIN October arrived with .Tin of an inch of rnln Wednesday morning, which was quite general over the state. Wanner weather Is predicted for the balance of the Daily data: Thursday . _ ._ Friday Saturday __ -_ Suiulav Mondiiv Tuesday Wednesday _ - Mjrtl . i;s 09 _ 74 73 02 Ml _ 64 low rnln ."9 40 55 r>8 44 40 40 .55 Penny Lee Took 4th they gent a ftood O f money Into Cou ' nty Treasurer Marvin K. M core In payment tor their sec- on d na if taxes Mr Moore reported tnat m 8p ite of the good collections, more were delinquent Mr. Dufflngton emphasized the than Wa8 the ca8e l aB t year after er. auct. Saturday . Consignment sale MaS , V ern Sa io ton Art Frlcther Muac \ Vern Sal ° bar "' Aft Frlctfter> Oct. 6: Walter Walker closing out sale, Malvern. F. E. Bloom- wo " »* tne MlllB count y 4 " H club Army's home and hospital for un- members as their entries in tho Ak . S ar-Ben livestock show received recognition In the plac- ings. T °P honor went to a group ° f {act that the resolutions make up the official policy of the county tne Sept . 30 deadline. Durlng the same month and that after they yw only $l««,41«.a« last eoW . . „ . Oct. 6: Clyde M. Qourly clos- *" A 'l gU8A ,, ca , 1Ve8T1 7! ,° n ing out sale, east of u~V»*r*&\vy, »uct. Red Oak, •'-# A ,,, T1 , n A llely. H»«*»T* Bass, married mothers in Omaha which last year took care of 214 girls and women, many from the rural areas of Nebraska and Iowa. Officers of the service unit In Emerson are H. E. Greenwood, chairman; Everett Whisier, treasurer and W. M. Morrison. In Hen- Board Hopes to Qet more Roads Open forTraffie Possibility that thf> bridge over west of Malvern will bp completed before cold weather this fall was suggested by members of tho county board of supervisors Wednesday. The board and County Kncl- necr ('lair Pnvls have been making strenuous efforts to pit a.-> many as possible of the brldsrs fuveiit out by last June's Moods, repaired before winter. So far they have, or will have very shortly, completed two major bridge;) over Sliver creek north of Highway 34. On County lload V, a full additional span will bo Installed making n 120-ft. bridge across tho creek at that point — just double the old one. In the Hoods, tho east approach to the bridge wan washed out to such an extent that the additional span is necessary. For the new span, the former Markel bridge over Silver creek will be used, .as it wa& washed down the creek somewhat In the flood. It will bo dismantled and placed in its new position by the Max Reams Construction Co. of Lincoln, the company which holds the contracts for tho installation of several other bridges In the county and also several Dalle? bridges. GOLFERS IN TOURNEY MERE SUNDAY Another tournament — this time open to all — will he staged baby of former residents, Mr. and at the Falrvlew golf course south. strahan residents, who already clalmed tne state's healthl- egt babyj Lana coddlngton. In thelr communlt y ( were interest- e(J when they i earncd that the are adopted it is too late to iected. Thto represented a higher change them. "If we are to have percentage of the taxes but aa fij ew Car» Licensed , . v g cous BO and|ife«l*ta and derson: Margaret Harbor, chair- Mrm . B U1 Lee. how of BunneUs. of Ma i Tern Sunday as elob offl .-— • unity of purpose in carrying out tn | 8 year's levies are much hlgh- our Farm Bureau program," he said, "It Is necessary that we have unity of thought In developing it." "It is from the 100 county Farm Bureau resolutions that the official policies of the Iowa Farm er the collections were higher. More than usual the amount of talea were also paid during the first half collections and Mr. Moore figured that about 4/7 of New car licenses in Mills county the past few days kept up the record ot deliveries now be- Ing made: Glenwood: C. Glenn Hamm, tant that all members know what , ncluded ,30.421.30 sent" by ths the 1947 tax of approximately Ford; Evan Miller, Plymouth; J700.000 was paid before March Henry Lowe, Pontiac; B. H. Hamai llton, Oldsmobile; Eddie Jeroz- sky, Chevrolet; Ben Jackson, Plymouth; Jackson Bros., Ford; Frederick' Vlntonri-^"* which 'won a purple ribbon in the Angus group and reserve championship of the show. Other placings In cattle: Eldon Harman, Glenwood, red rib- bion, Hereford heifer; Sam Mc- jr., Emerson, red ribbon, Marilyn Phelps, man; Mrs. Agnes- Workman, treasurer and Raymond Beam. In Silver City: Etta Anderson, chairman; J. H. Kruse, treasurer. SCHOOLS CLOSE FOR TEACHERS MEETING All schools In the county clos- and won fourth place in the baby health contest at the state fair. Their baby, Penny Lee, shown above, is 2 % years old and scored 96.9 in the rating. Her mother is the former Mildred Moore of Strahan. If the resolution passed by the county state-wide by the majority of the voting delegates at the I. F. B. F. an- deputies Feme Widows and Ag- $49,227.29 en in at the treasurer's the final day for paying taxes, the staff — Mr. Moore and nual meeting, they become the official policies of the Iowa Farm Bureau. MILLER FINED ON DRIVING COUNT nes Menschel — handled the money so efficiently that no overtime was necessary. Change in Time for One Burlington Train Here Wayne Miller of Hendersoa, Burlington time table affect only one of the trains stopping at Malvern, T. C. Adkins, the agent, who last week was hospitalized after he drove his car through the Harry Hoover property at the sal(1 Monday. Malvern: Ralph Bower, Chev- R. Babbitt, Ford; C. E. Ira L. Turner, i. Henderson, Ford. Tabor: Harold Morrical, Plymouth. Imogene: Michael Martin, Chevrolet. Emerson: Frank Cole, Chrysler: L. H. Vardaman, Chrysler. Henderson: Harry Springer, Changes made last week In the pontiac. Hastings: Dale Card, Ford. Council Bluffs, John Brandt, Plymouth. **" Richard Allely, red ribbon, Angus. Caro i Johnson, Theresa Card of Thanks I wish to thaHk my friends and neighbors for the letters, cards and flowers sent to me during my ciuls found that golfers of the area enjoyed the one held two weeks ago. Plan of the meet will be the same as before. Qualifying rounds must be completed Sunday morning and flights and pairings will be determined from that. A single round in the afternoon will complete the Dyke, Peve ' p . 14 . lt MrB . Perl noyston. Gwendolyn Asman. white rib- bo n, Hereford steer; Robert f ou " resented Contmue to Build steer; Elva Chamberlain, blue, Angus steer; Naomi Chamberlain, blue, Angus steer; Catherine Skerritt, red ribbon, Hereford steer; Joyce Craig, red, Angus steer; Dick Blackburn, white, Hereford steer, red, Angus steer; Bob Wilson, red, Hereford heifer; Richard Bass, blue, Angus steer; Junior Anderson, white, Angus heifer, all from Malveru. presented Thursday evening at Abraham Lincoln high school gym, in connection with the teachers' meeting. north end of Prospect Ave.. and No. 6, west bound, which for- w&s of the to So east at 8:52 a. m. and No. S Peace"c. iT^rewer'Tuesday by to 8° west at 1:39 p. m. Persons taking the other trains other points should check ible as several changes were made in these. to Conduct Ra v nateman on a charee reckless dr^fng reckless driving. He after was given a fine of |50 conviction on the charge The Mary circle of the W. S. C. S. will hold a rummage sale Saturday, Oct. 11, beginning at 10 a. m. in the Community building basement. Any donations will be greatly appreciated. adv. ed for a period of six months. Robert Carlson Makes Improvements and Additions to his Home in Emer»on Women'* Club to Meet Monday, Oct. 6 The Emerson Women's club meeting has been changed to Monday, Oct. 6, at the home of Mrs. George- Jones, instead of Tuesday, Oct. 7, as that date conflicted with the district meeting which is to be held in Sidney at that time. STEERS REICH NEW TOP IT OMAHA Slaughter steers pushed to a new all-time high on, the Omaha market Tuesday when >38 was bid. Stockers and feeders showed Improvement, feeders selling to MATHENY, MILLER SPEAK TO ROTARIANS Two speakers added . unusual interest to the meeting of the Malvern Rotary club Tuesday as Robert Schoening, red, Here- Stephen Matheny of Malvern high school and Highway Patrolman Ralph Miller both talked. Mr. Matheny gave an Interesting discussion of social differences between Great Britain and the U. S. As he had attended school in London and also served in the British and Canadian armies, his background provided some excellent authority for bis talk. The two democracies of Great Britain and the U. S., he said, are very similar with the main differences being not as marked as most U. S. citizens believe. Patrolman Miller discussed the new highway responsibility law, brry, blue, Angus streer; Bonnie Kruse, red, Angus steer; Robert Kruse, red, Angus heifer, all from Silver City. Three groups of five were shown: Hereford, white ribbon; mixed, blue; Angus, purple. Despite the shortage of labor and materials, Malvern residents continue to build and make repairs on their homes. Mrs. Etta BuUshuell has Just completed a paint job on her home on Second avenue. The work was completed last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Stinard are here from Albany, Is'. Y., while repairs and painting are in progress at their property on Marion Ave. The two story barn on the rear of the graunds has SEPTEMBER, NOT JUNE, MONTH OF ROMANCING September outshone June as a time for romancing, the records of County Clerk Eva M. Goy indicated, as some 28 couples obtained licenses to wed during the past month. Some of the Increase was due to a new marriage license waiting period law in Kansas, but a good share of the licenses were issued to Mills countians. In September, 1946, only four licenses were issued. Licenses issued since last published in The Leader: Sept. 17: Hadley J. Parker, 66 MRS, WOODS BUYS BEAUTY SHOP HERE H. D. Wright, owner of the Malvern Beauty Shop, announced this week that he has sold the business to Doris M. Woods ot Red Oak. Mrs. Woods, who has had extensive experience in thla work and has been employed recently by the Vanity Beauty shop In Red Oak, took over the shop Tuesday. Mrs. Woods, with her two-year- old son, have leased an apartment and ure now making their home here. She will operate the shop alone us Mrs. Edythe Mackoy, who was employed in the shop by Mr. Wright, has resigned to care (or her other Interests. roof. The house and barn are receiving a coat of white paint. A room has been added to the Glen Dalrymple home on upper First Ave. The room 6x13, has been built on the north side of their home, opening from the dining room, with double doorway. It is well lighted with five windows. A garage is under way at the J. E. Henderson home on Pros- Harvey Ord, 23 and Alene Jones, 18, Silver City. Wm. Zanders, 22, Emerson and Claire Steele, 21. Malvern. Sept. 19: Alvin Schutt, 32. Minden and Ela M. Kay, Glen- R. Hosier, 30, and Irene L. Bri- Sept. 20. Marlon Chapman. 25. T " cker ' 18 ' G1 »° od - outlining the main provisions and pect Ave. The building is ejist of telling how its requirements can be satisfied by the motorist. Both sneakers drew numerous questions from the lunarians. i W |sb to thank eiu-h and every one wtui heliH'd mo ut thu time of my accident. AUo for the cards, letters und visitors while I wus j u tu tt hospital. t ,, 14-1. Wayne Miller. --— "---— the house with the driveway en- tertrig from the north. It will be single cur size, 14x20. and will mutch thu house in construction stylo. Walks have been luid to tlle I"- IUS>3 »lsu- Mrs. Othel Hulden has built a four rount cottugo i'"^t of the lloldou Service station with a south front. Thu Interior is com- wletyd uud slio with ln-r two chU- drou moved into it today. 0 Donald L. Terry, 21 and Karen Johnson, 24, Henderson. A. H. Jungbluth. 50 and llo Murphy, 49 - Omaha. Earl Limerick, 37 and I-°»ise Btrtleseu. 36, Coun- c " fluffs. Se l u - -'-'• Willurd Pinneo. 24 anu Shirley Hot?ft, is. York. Neb. Se l" - 5: Honuld rhas. Smith. LM UIul u '" ua Nlat> Campbell. 17, Mtilveru. Xorbort N. ^•htuelztr, L".' und IK-tty Jauo Fremont. \eb. S»-i»t. 26: l>am-!l IVn'U and Hurhara Vouny, is. Sept. 2»: I'rovken. Dorothy Settles. Kishi-r. 21, vken. 21 Otiuhu Bold to 186." Porkers moved uv» to ISS.T& for butcher hogs »ud W.76 tor The Robert Carlson borne on cover two city lots, or a half Third Ave. In Malvern has re- block, ur» enclosed by » white cently undergone Improvements uud Addition*, making » moit attractive »p^8»r«uc« on to* out- »a»y, a vorrul tor their a chK'keu house M JJJ| *' H. in Henderson, Ky. With who ha« renlgtied iu the office of Dr. to Aid liurul ut thu couuty Ulllt i; M. o W al U cut rur»l Natlounl lire to***,** Oct. &, M rulva tvutkUm couupciUut wtlU by i ho suu- U v.Ul hi i tf<.<tttv»» •»! to rural «vh »•*• iu >u thu nv« h*.uw». thi- nr« *»<Ji U. lo Uo»- Na*. U. i'»*U r«Kg«4 u»r». 'it tb* ll 14-1 W MIU* Ion*

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