The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on October 16, 1947 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN THE MALVERN LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, OCTOBER 16, 1947 News of 4-H CLUBS SllvrrrMos Install »w Offlrrrs Thp regtilar mepting; of the SII- vr-TPttf: 4-H rlub was held nt thr> liornp of Dtxlp Znndfrs Oct. fi. Thrre werf 12 old mrmbprs and six future members present. Mumps were drawn for Secret SiHicrs. Florrnre Wederqvlst, the otitRolnR president, Installed the officers for the coming year. The procram constated of a talk on Fire Prevention by Ruth Joy Hyinc;ton nud one on Long Time Itetord Flooks by Malda Fox. Ur-r- reatlon was led by Connie Lan- dls and Rarbara Shonka. Until Joy BylnRton. reporter. Other officers fleeted were Elva f'hambfrlaln. vice president; Naomi Chamberlain, f<?rretary-treap- iirr-r; Ann Fallows, rr-porter; nnd Rojrrr frheel. historian. The ppn^ral 4-H rvjles and the rulfs and regulations of the various projei ts were read and dl«- russed. A committee to plan the program for the romlnp year was appointed: Klva Chamberlain, chairman; Frederick Vlnton, Ann Fellows and Alice C'onaway. They will meet Oct. 25. Various cuts of meat were studied and an identification contest held. The next meeting will be held Nov. 14 at the home of Ann Fellows. Ann Fellows, reporter. Marine Corps Reserve Growing .Junior Feeders Klcdcil Officers At the rcKnlar meeting of the Hastings Junior Feeders hp|d at Jim Kelley's Oct. S, the following officers were elected: Dick Allely, president; Dnnnle Uruce, vice president; Jim Kelley, secretary nnd treasurer; Jack 1'owi-n, re- pnvter and Verllee- Uruce, historian for the coming year. A committee of four — Don Jtruce. Jim Kelley, Dick Allely and Jack Howeti -•-- was appointed to plan Die meeting F"liedli|e and topics (if discussion. They nict at tbc linme of their leadr-r, Illrk Hyde, n.tt. 12. Two new members wen- tulicn into the club, Charles and Milford Henincosa. Jack Ilowen, reporter. Annual Fnnn Bnromi Township Meeting* Rawles township met at the home of Director fleue! Harman Oct. 7. Raymond Morrlcal was nominated to serve as director for 194S. White Cloud township met at Peaceville school Oct. 8. Harry Nelson was nominated to be director for 194S. I'lattville township met at Lincoln school Oct. 10 and Wayne Lincoln was renomlnated for another year. At all these meetings tentative resolutions were discussed. At the clo.se of the meeting picturts were shown and refreshments served. Lively Oiik.x Kelil Meeting Oct. H The newly organized 4-H club of Oak township held their meet- lllK at (he Inline of Ro^er Miller Oct. S. Three new mem hers joined our club. They are (Irant Sawyer, Hilly Howe and Charles lii- chel. Roll call was answered by each member Klvlnir a name for the club. Tin? name selected was "Lively Oaks." A committee wag appointed to make out a yearly program. Our next meeting will be at the home of Bernard Lelck. Roger Miller, reporter. FORMER MALVERNIAN DIES IN FAIRFIELD Will Guyer, 70, a former Malvern resident, passed away at bis home in Kali-field last week. Ills death was sudden, coming only u few hours after he had suffered a stroke of paralysis. Services and burial were at Fairfleld. Mr. (!liver left. Malvern some .'!"i years ago, going to Falrfield where lie was cashier in a bank for many years. He was Interested in Parsons college and for a number of years was secretary of the college. While a resident here he was cashier of the Dank of Malvern, vjhlrh later became the Iowa Slate Savings Hank. His wife, the former Kate Coltrel, preceded him In death. A son Max, an English professor at the University of Oklahoma, survives. fJo-fJetters Klcct Officers Joyce Craig was elected president of the Silver Creek Go-Getters 4-H club at their regular worked, according to National Sa~fe meeting, held Oct. 10 at the home ty council, and the lumbering Indus of Alice and Alvia Conaway. ery has the most. Dangerous Lumber Industry The communications industry hat the fewest number of disabling Injuries per million man • hours Farms for Sale 542 or 462 acres. Wonderful Imp. $170 per acre 140 acres on No. 34, a good one. Price $31,000 160 acres on No. 71, good bottom. Price $31,000 230 acres on No. 48, good 2nd bottom, $45,000 160 acres, well improved. Price $165 per acre All above farms well improved. See W. H. CRAMER Emerson, Iowa WE WILL BE CLOSED Until Further Notice Have appreciated your patronage and we hope to be open in the near future. Watch thi* newspaper for further announcement. 34 SBPPER CLUB "Civilian Marine" Is the appropriate title borne bj member* of the Marine Corps Reserve. On the eve of their 172nd Anniversary, on November 10, the Marine Corps boasts a reserve force nearly 54,004 strong- as h supplement to the regular .Marine Corps establishment. Mills County SPORTS MALVERN TOPPLES THURMAN 39-6 Thurman Mowed Down by Stronp Oriole Drive Friday The Malvern Orioles did a turnabout here Friday afternoon us they ran over a Thurman crew, defenseless before the onslaught. Pevehouse racked up the initial six early in the first period. Martin caught a pass from Hird for another tally later in the same stanza with Price going through for the extra point. In the second quarter Price and Bird both took the pigskin over to make it 25-0 at the halt. Bird again carried the pill over in the third stanza and Price pushed through for the extra counter. Thurman's only trip over the line occurred early in the final period. Plumb caught a pass through the center from Bird for the last trip and Price converted the extra point. Landis. Frazier, Hixson, Robinson and Stogdill saw action In the final period, doing some fine work at holding back the Thurman six. Thurman's "Ox" Johnson, a 215-pound fullback who was supposedly a match for Price, had plenty of driving power but was too alow for the local' lads, who made the final tally 39-6. The Malvern crew teamed against the Tabor six should provide a thrilling cllmax'to the conference bouts here Friday at 2:30 p. m. Tabor lost their only conference game Friday night when they lost to College Springs 3319. Malvern has lost two bouts and by winning the Friday game they will tie with Tabor and Thurman for second place in the conference. HIGH SCHOOL HAS SNAKE DANCE The Pep club and the "M" club aroused the school spirit last Thursday night by sponsor- Ing a snake dance. They formed a long chain at the school house and gave several yells while winding through the town to the fair grounds where they built a huge bonfire. They danced around the fire and then the coaches, some of the football boys and Mr. Landis gave talks, in anticipation of the Friday game with. Tabor. This old custom of anticipating an important game or celebrating a victory has been neglected for several years but the two clubs hone to revive it to help create more Interest in tue games. Juniors Clear $45 on Movie Dance The juiilura were quite auvcem- ful Friday night with their ttr.t movlu dunce, ch>uriuy $15, tloml iuU'vvllbluK wan an 1m- liurtaui factor In making the lurttf ultutuluiirv. A ttuod draw- lug I'urd watt tuo promotion of HID itlott thut If you didu't cure to tluuiu you fuuld Juiit wutdi i lu> tiuinu ImmU Many thin to gulutr lo Omuhu uuii ini? txorttlttutt pries*. TUwy bitVM alto been (tilling l>oj» end vftudy ut the local gi •«• f«r MA|to Syt *» 11 take* U itUuo* 9t *»!> »a yUW out «»Uoa el w Classified AdsPay Hundreds of Mills Cotmttans read Your Want Ad every weric. R ATE S Per line, on« Insertion lOc Each subsequent Insertion.... Be Minimum charge 40c An additional service charge of 25c will be made for each blind tA which mint be answered at The Le.ider office. FOR SALE STOP CORN PICKER BEFORE CLEANING It May Mean Saving an Arm, a Hand or Your Life, Safety Man Says Take a little more time to be cai-'Miil when cleaning out a cl:i>:.i.'ei| ruin picker this fall nnd savi 1 an arm or hand, Xorval Wardie, Iowa -State collese farm safety specialist, advises Iowa farmers this week. The only safe way to clean a closed picker Is to stop the machine. Make sure the power takeoff is out of Rear and the picker stopped before going after th 1 ? material that Is giving the trouble. It may take a little more time at the moment but will save time in the long run. Lath, foni.st.alk—'.' A lot of farmers have worked out what they thought were safe ways to clean clogged machines .while running. Most of these use a lath or cornstalk to shove material through the machine. These methods are extremely dangerous, Wardle says. He points out that a farmer In Buchanan county got caught last year while demonstrating to his neighbors his system of using a lath. It Is easier, but costly, Wardie says. Snapping rollers grab quickly. Crawling underneath Is not an efficient way to clean a corn picker. It Is awkward and the operator Is endangered by other moving parts of the machine. Clean Promptly Clean out the machine in time, Wardle says. It is easier to remove the cause of the trouble if it is taken care of promptly. When extreme clogging occurs there is greater temptation to let the machine continue running to make the cleaning job easier. To prevent fires, keep fodder or other refuse from collecting on the tractor motor. Also, Wardle recommends using a metal sediment bowl in the fuel line instead of a glass bowl. If a fire does break out, a glass bowl -will break and create a larger flre. Check the instruction book for specifications on safety measures recommended by tlie manufacturer of the machine. Keep the power take-off covered. Do not grease the corn picker while It Is running. For sale: An all enamel range in good condition. Phone 146, Emerson. Nels Larson. 14-2. RIO APPJJ3 SALE 15,000 bu. Jonathan apples for winter keeping. Good hand-picked, tree-run 75% TJ. S. No. 1 apples $1.75 per bushel in truck load lots. Windfalls $1 per bushel. U. S. No. 1 $3 per bu. 10,000 bu. WInesaps, Yorks, Ganos and Blacktwigs after Oct. 15th, same prices as Jonathans. Red and Golden Delicious U. S, No. 1 $3.75 per bu., after October 8th. Write for complete price list and Instructions how to get to selling points. Evans Orchards, liuckner. Mo. and ice plant. Liberty, Mo. 15-Z. For sale New crop timothy seed. Ph. 616, Jim Burgoln, Silver City. 12-2. ver Cjty. 15-2. APPLKH for sale, also elder— 1 H miles east of Randolph at the Spencer orchard. Glen Shirley. p.16-1. SERVICES TUESDAY FOR MRS, RACHAEL STROUD Pioneer Iowa Resident Dies at Home of Son Sunday Services were held Tuesday at 2:T,0 p. m. In the Mansfield Funeral home for Mrs. Ilachnel Stroud, conducted by the Ilev. Win. F. Baker. Music was furnished by Mrs. Paul Seeger, ae- coyipanled by Mrs. Donald Als- trope. Pallbearers were Leland Stroud, John Christensen, Paul Richardson, Harold Scott, Lester Thomas and Ancll Dunbar. Interment v\;><; In North Grove cemetery. The following obituary was read: Uachael Roxanna Hoyt was born in Monona county Aug. 27, 1S5C. When three years old she came with her parents to North Grove near Hastings where she spent her life with the exception of six years In Illinois when a young girl. At the age of 32 she joined the Church of Christ but In later year? became a member of the Seventh Day Adventists. Jan. 31, 1892 she was married to Charles Walter Stroud. To this union -were born three boys, Robert Mersyl, Emery Leroy and Emery Edwin; the two younger ones died In infancy. For the past 30 years she has made her home with her son Robert and family. Beside her son she leaves five grandchildren, seven great grandchildren and a large number of nieces and nephews. Her undying faith in God has tided her over the many trials and sorrows she has been called upon to pass through. For wile: '34 Ford coupe, very clean. F. E. Smith, Silver City. p. 15-2. For ««!<?: Warm Morning heating stove. Ph. 293, Silver City. 16-2. For sale: Circassian Walnnt bed with box springs and mat- tregg. Call 6501, Malvern. 16-1. For wile: Circulating wood or coal heater, cook stove with new water front, two sheet Iron heaters. Ph. 3071, Ivan McCord. p. 16-2. For sale: Round Oak heater In good condition. Ph. 3232, Mrs. C. A. Esterqulst. p.16-1. For sale: White Pekln ducks. Ph. 875, Laurence Smith, Silver City. J6-2, pulley, starter, lights. Equipment includes 3-sectlon harrow, cultivator, mower, lister, hay sweep. First class condition. Crnm & DJureen, ph. 3521. Malvern. 16-1 LIVESTOCK For sale: Duroc Jersey spring boar, also one registered old hog, vaccinated and guaranteed, new blood for old customers. Can deliver. Ph. 866, Julius Buch, 2ft miles south of Silver City. p.14-4. For fiile: Poland China male hogs, 1 mile east of Strahan. Ph. 3836^ p. 16-3. For sale: Purebred Poland China big type spring boars. Ph. SSI, Mrs. Glenn Skcrritt, Silver City. 16-3. Card of Thanks I wish to express my sincere thanks to those who remembered me with cards, letters and gifts while I was in the hospital and also to those who furnished transportation for Mr. Culley. p.16-1. Mrs. Frank Culley. anbu U LlTMtock Xli* potential food rtfourcts of n«trty 4 billion biuheli of corn, oati and barlty—or 80 per cent (it our national crops— li commonly ltd to livestock. tr*» STAPLERS MARKWELL STAPLERS ARE GUARANTEED Model Shown II.M »JUa* to lit I'uvir ueetb. THE MALVERN LEADER WANTED Wanted: Custom corn picking. Have a W.C. Allis-Chalmers picker. See or write Andrew Epperson,-Pacific Junction. p.15-2. MACHINERY For Hah-: Two new sturdy built fixH). 27" high wagon boxes. Ph. »(!?,2. Tom White. 15-2. Fur sale: Sky Lino ensilage field cutter. Practically new. Ph. sas, Donald Burgoln, Silver City. p. 15-3. For s;ile: Farmall regular on rubber, in excellent condition. Also Kuhlmnn picker In good shape, mountings on regular. Ambrose Doyle, Imrfgene. 16-1. For sale: 1941 Allis-Chalmers Model C Tractor with equipment. Power lift, power take-off, belt For w»1e: & ton Chevrolet pickup, in good condition. New tires on rear. Has grain box. Orvllle H. Dnrbin, ph.. 2871, Malvern. __ p.16-1, For sale: 1 IHC 2-row Corn Binder, power take-off. Arch Clay, ph. 2380, Malvern. p. 15-2. * MISCELLANEOUS • Sewing Machine Repairing: Singers, Whites and others. All work guaranteed. Brin? sewing machine head to Hascall'g Variety or phone 65 for free estimate In your home. Will be at Hascall's Variety In Emerson every Tuesday. Modern Appliance Company, Omaha, Neb. 15-4. Ladles: You'll have comfort, beautiful figure lines, more energy and endurance if you have a Spencer Support designed especially for you. Call or see Mrs. Myrtle Rockafellow, ph. 5741 or 3671. __ lltt. Bring your BAlTERtBS here for charging: Ail 6-volt batteries 50c, all 2-volt batteries 25c. Gamble Store, Malvern. 35tf. For snip; L, C. Smith typewriter. C. W. Hatfield. Emerson. 10-1 WILL SKLL Spinet type piano In Malvern for $365 If tak,en at once. Write OMAHA PIANO CO., 2001 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb. _ P.1B-1. * LOST ANP FOUND * Ix)st: Red Cocker Spaniel on highway 34 between Emerson nnd Red Oak. Child's pet. Answers to name of Ginger. W. II. Holley, 11 Bluffs St., Council Bluffs. Heward. _ p.lG-1. * REAL ESTATE • .Miilvrrii Heal Kstute: Wo will soon have all the farms and city property that we have listed sold. Still have a few farms close to Malvern and a couple of Malvern homes and some building lots for sale. If you expect to buy, don't wait. If you want to sell your farm or city property would be glad to help you. See Andy Berk- hlmer. 15-2. Wanted to buy: Farm on pavement. Ph. 2791, Malvern. 16-2. UNKLE HANK SEZ SPEAKING OP QAN3EPOUC CHEMICAL'S—UQUOR AND GASOLINE. WHtN COMBlN- 50 15 TH>105T OEAOLV THINK Can you think of a better place to buy farm i m p 1 e m e nts than the MALVERN SALES PAVILION? We invite you to make your selections from our complete stock, and we are at your service with quality merchandise and reasonable prices always. You can't go wrong with our equipment. IWrTEVERW O. F.GROF C SONS BV5JNES5 PHONf 3701 PHONE 2417 Saturday, Oct. 18i:30p.m. MILK COWS Will have « few milk cow* Um week. Milk cow* wre bringing good price*. Bring m wh*vt you have for *>le. STOCK AND FEEDERS 50 to 100 head of fe«4«r cattle thi. week. Bunch of good blk. calve*, wt. 400.490 U*. Bunch of W. F. calve., aUer* MM! heifer., wt. 460 to 500 Ib* Other bunch** of iMTftr »teer« MM) heifer*, All »tock cattle are bringing good price*. Bring in what you" have to *eU. 1 Black A*»u» bull calf, e»tara good, wt 800 lb«. STOCK HOGS Will have teveral bunch** of good »tock hog* thi* week, Various weight* and breed*, U»ual run of male hog*. i Fat hog* bought every day on a daily market. Top price*, no eomromion. Bring them in or e»U u* to come and look. _ _ MISCELLANEOUS 1 Monogram coal heating ftAye, e*tra good *haue. Utual run of household article*. Same fruit jar*. * CONSIGN YOUR UVE3TOCK TO THIS SALES JViiY

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