The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on May 13, 1948 · Page 1
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Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1948
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'HIS WEEK Mills County Thr Ijrnrt«T rwlvrd n plonsant visit last Thursday from tho 12 pupils of the Four Corners school in Rawles township. They with their teacher, Feme Alberts, were taking a train ride from Malvern to Glenwood as most of them had never before had such an experience. As they arrived in Malvern a little before train time they visited The Leader office to see ths irxKnn HOME NEWWER /87S.. VOL. 73. Fntcred In the Post Office at Malvern, •""»•. -"vVV«-<» cla?9 mall matter under Act of Congress ot March S.J;«9_ MALVEUN. MIU.S COrNTY. IOWA. Tm'HSDAY. MAY IX l!MS NO. 46. wood the pupils wera met by Mrs. Leo Clark who returned them to their homes. Leads in Security Loan Drive countv took the lead in munity and farm workers and „..„ ... the Security Loan U. 9, kept them supplied with IHera- bond sales for the third week of ture and sales amunltlon. As no It TUBS be most by May 21 Plan Sftlfi ft)! COltl. A 1011 WdlC IV! Will. MILLS COUNTIANS PAYING MORE FOR MARTHA CIRCLE TO PRESENT THREE ACT COMEDY MAY 14 "Say It with Muwc" to be Presented at Community Bldg. Mills county's to the top from 48th all the more unusual.^ was Mills county, at the end ot the paring themselves for the fast moving round of. activities that school seniors Tax Increase Explains F. B. Stand on Full State Income News of the County Seat GLENWOOD GRILL IS ROBBED FRIDAY Ask Donations for Benefit Sale May 29 Fluids tor tho rrhabilitntlon of tho Miilvrrn Community liviHdinc; will ho raised Mny 20 whon n big sett, is considered „ . sponsihle for the spectacular its quota of $391,312. drive will continue until purchases 3 a wch Dr Mrte Collins, presiden t of Tarkio college, gave cs in 1947 than they did in 1942, it wns revealed this week by local Farm Bureau officials. of the W. S. C. S., Friday at 8 p. m. in the Community building. The cast of the play includes Genevieve Payne as Mrs. Keman, an adoring mother. Bernice Starr and Margaret Waller are Phoebe and Laurette Kernan, two young daughters who are not allowed to marry until Shirley, their older sister has found a. husband. Pauline Harshbarger plays the part of Clara Bell, who insists on singing and is the neighborhood pest because of her voice. Hazel Fox is housekeeper at the Kernans. Pauline Nagel portrays a wealthy and important lady and Helen Wilcox is a business woman. Enid Ruse plays the newspaper woman gathering bits of gossip at the Kernans. Verna Bennett, the prospective tenant, is looking for a place ot live. Admission to this play will he 25c and 50c. Tickets are on sale at the Pace Service Co. HAY V *• SERVICES PLANNED BY ^ Miss Marian Harbor W. C. Rathke will be Principal speaker at Community Building Services for the annual Memorial day program were planned last week by the American Legion and the Legion Auxiliary. Principal speaker at the services to be held in the Community building on May 30 at 2:30 p. m. will be W. C. Rathke of Glenwood. The Legion will also supervise military services at cemeteries in Malvern, South Grove, Hillsdale, Wesley Chapel and East Liberty. , F. R. Chantry was chosen as , officer of the day and Mark Me- | Allister will (unction as the as- L seniors started the annual proceedings as guests at the Junior-Senior Prom on Friday, May 7. On Sunday morning, May 9 they returned the honors to tho Junior Class with a breakfast. The Rev. J. M. Strong will ad- State Tax Commission report show an increase in taxes of $52,278.97 on property in cities and towns, of this county, and an increase of $110,054.69 on property in the rural districts of tho county. These ished in a basement door and entered the re- torso n (5rill In Glenwood last Fri- cuvtons of oigarets, 25e in cash and a quantity of charge tickets. On the same night unknown parties tried to force open tho Davis Market's rear door which is adjacent Ui the 1'eternon Grill he held. Committees to arrange this were put to work Tuesday evn- nins when an enthusiastic group of workers met in the Community hulldiuK to map out plans fur it. Some 34 persons attended the meeting and many others expressed willinpneps" to help with the sale. at commencement. Henderson seniors will hear the Rev. Wm. Lee, Elliott, give the Baccalaureate address on May 16. at the commencement exercises on JUNE SUHR TO SHOW ART AT PERU June Suhr, student at Peru State Teachers college in Nebraska, will show selections of her art work at an exhibition - directed by Norma L. Dlddel, head of the art department at Peru. The exhibit will be held on May The legion and Auxiliary request that anyone know- Ing of an unmarked veteran's grave please notify J. E. Ellison. Miss Harbor, sophomore at the Iowa State Teachers college, has accepted a teaching position in the Lewis, la., consolidated schools. sistant. W. D. Slothower was appointed to organize a program of martial music. The following la a complete roster of the committees and their chairman: Program and Music: Mrs. C. C. COUNTY AIR STRIP PRAISED BY STATE Seniors in Pacific Junction, on May 9 heard Rev. George Durkee in the Holiness Pilgrims church deliver the Baccalaureate address. Dr. W. P. Traub gave the commencement address at the high school gym on May 11. The Silver City graduating class was invited by the Juniors to the Blackstone hotel in Omaha on May 7 for the annual banquet. Baccalaureate will be held May 16 with Rev. John Turner giving the address. Commencement exercises are on Thursday, May 20. The high school alumni banquet will be on Friday, May 21. Strahan seniors will hear Rev. Nobel B. Blackmail give tho bac- Aero Club Should . Have Fine Future with junction. at Peru, MRS. GRACE WHITE SEEKS COMPENSATION FOR INJURY Broke Arm During "Horse Play* at Swanson Plant Mrs. Grace White, who sustained a broken arm in a fall at the Swanson plant in Malvern April 17, sought compensation for the injury in a hearing before the Iowa department of labor here Tuesday. The hearing, before Sub-Commissioner Young, was held in the Community building. Swanson's were represented by Axel Swanson of Omaha and Mrs. White by Wm. B. Drake of Glenwood. Several witnesses were called at the hearing, employes of Swanson's here who were with Mra. White at the time of the injury. This occurred during the noon lunch period in the room provided by the company for lunch and refreshment recess. Witnesses testified that during the lunch period there was informal jesting and "horse play" and that Mrs. White fell as she start- ».-—_,. is Ben chairman; Garftld Bow«r, R. W, Salvers. Flowers: Mrs. O. R. Hyde. Flower girls: Mrs. Harley Stev- esson. Firing Squad: John Imber. Finances: E. W. Burdic. chairman; Delbert O'Dell. The following committees are in charge of services at the respective cemeteries: Malvern: J. E. Ellison, chalr- .; Felix Summers, Chas. Cos), Frank Evans, Elmer Krog- i, Howard Gearhart, John Hall. South Grove: Vernon Crouse, chairman; Charles Hall, Norman Miss Jessie Parker, state superintendent of public instruction, will speak at commencement on May 19. the substantial increase in property taxes is one of the chief reasons for the Farm Bureau's position in favor of full collection of the state income tax. "We have long contended," he saiii, "that n part of the property tax burden should bo relieved by replacing a portion of the local taxes with state aid collected ironi the Iowa, state income tax. The steady Increase in property taxes reveals the very real need for collecting the income tax in full," he said. President Buffington referred to tne official resolutions of the Iowa Bureau which state; "We firmly believe the federal income tax r.hcvild be the major source of reveriK- for the Federal Government . In Iowa The S'.ate Insimo Tax Fhould Serve As A Major Source of Property Tax Replacement," President Buffington said, "The reasons for the Farm Bureau's position are readily understandable when you note the property tax increases In this county and state." DIPLOMAS FOR RURAL STUDENTS MAY 25 County superintendent Amy Hammers, announced the rural eighth grade graduation program will be held on Tuesday, May 25 at 2:30 p. m. in the Community building at Malvern .List of the graduating pupils will be released next week. ( ,, erk Evft (J(>y cjght ymjnff {>ooplc , ftst %vrok wilh mnrriagc Hocuses. They were Dar- rc ,, ir rodr ickson, 22 and Phyllis Jciul Hoover, 18, both of Malvern; Haymond J. Pollack, 29 and June L _ Mll | cr . 30 . both of Omaha; o<?0 Bflbeki 20 , nnd Virginia Massbergcr, 19, both of Omaha; Sterling Cole. 21. and Honey Lou L tl Hodc, 19, both of Plattsmouth. »c HOT AftAIN » HU1 AUAIl^ : J. L. Frazier, chair- Bingham. Wesley Chapel: Ward Fickel, chairman; Marlon Wilson. : W. H. Maddocks, Ralph Maddocks. The chairmen named are to consider this their notification. MALVERN BOYS SHOW SCOUT ENTHUSIASM Spend Evening Getting Acquainted with New Scoutmaster, Assistants aver,-chief engineer of Iowa Aeronautics, for their enterprise, and expressed anticipation ot a successful future for their efforts. Sexauer supervised the general layout planning for the hangers, roadway and gas service which will be completed within the near future. Six pre-fabrieated hangars are now in construction and it is predicted that they will be ready for assembling at the air strip within the next week. The atrip, which Is located Just west of the county farm on highway 34, has been seeded, also portions of the entire area are producing a good crop of alfalfa. Highllne wires have been lowered to 25 feet to provide a safe clearance while landing or taking off at the south end. COMMENCEMENT FOR EIGHTH GRADE MAY 24 Graduating exercises for 23 members of the eighth grade class in Malvern will be held in the Community building on Monday, May 24, at 8 p. m. Mrs. Newell Crink and Mrs. G. P. Brauch are presenting the graduating class to the president of Malvern school board, F. A. on May 9. Dr. Herbert Marsh. Shenandoah, spoke at commencement on May 13. AERO DUSTERS DEMONSTRATION AT BARTLETT SUNDAY Seek to Prove Effectiveness of Spraying Crops by Air Everett Gipe, Malvern, Beere- tary of Omaha Aero Dusters Inc., announced Sunday that there will he a demonstration of crop spraying by air at the Merritt Lorimore farm 1 % miles east of Bartlett, Sunday, May 16. The application of weed and Insect killing chemicals by air was highly successful last season and the new company was formed last November to provide such a service. Dusters Inc., plan to use 2, 41) chemical weed killer for crop spraying and pre - emergence treatment. They also will provide DDT spraying service for towns interested in rinding an effective means of controlling flies during the summer season. The plane to be used Is a navy built N3N3 tspc- which Clif Sef- MRS. DALRYMPLE GETS TEACHERS CONTRACT Mrs. Glenn Dalrymple was offered a contract to teach in the junior high department of the Malvern schools at the regular meeting of the board of education Tuesday. The salary stipulated was $1,935. Mrs. Dalrymple formerly taught in this position for several years. She also served as substitute teacher during the present year. The board also purchased 35 tons of stoker coal from tho Gearhart Lumber Co., at $12.50 per ton delivered. Routine hills were allowed at the meeting. The teacher committee presented a number of applications for high school positions Card of Thanks I wish to express my nlncero thanks to friends for It-m-rn and cards received while in Kuchi-s- ter hospital. Mrs. L. J. Haldi'inan. Bake Sale Saturday at Pace Service Co. The home economics cluh will hold a bakfc sale Saturday. May 15, starting at 10::!o a. in. at Pace Service Co. The proceeds K<> to C. A, H. 1C. Thursday proved to be the breaking point of three days of cool, cloudy weather. Last Friday was expectionally cool for May with a low of 39 recorded. Monday's high temperature of 66 compared with a few of the other lows experienced during tho week. hiRl* low Thursday 64 44 Friday 71 39 Saturday 75 02 Sunday «7 f.7 Monday Ot! 48 Tuesday 6L' 45 Wednesday »>7 45 number of farmers to assist with tli,> soliciting of material for this sale. Additional workers have been assigned to the. town. KviT.vthlng that has value will he solorlted for tho sale — livestock, fiirmitii,' equipment, feed, grain, furniture, household appliances, antiques, etc. Mr. Wearln asks that the solicitliiK bo done, as soon as possible so that goods in-quired for the sale can he listed for advertising. Members of the, rural sollcitiiiK committee: Harry Nelson. Dick Hyde, Clay Kstes, SI Wearln Jr.. Myron Jones, Harry Kemp, Hob itopp, Kaye McManigal, Mr«. Ralph Bower, Fayo Henton, Lylo CoddliiKton. Chas. Kayton. Jack McGlnnls, Gordon Stelner, I'eto Glynn, Othu Mass. Kddle Leu, Emmett Gipe, Kverett Gipe. Frank Chamberlain, Mrs. ('has. Wilson jr., Mrs. Chas. Wilson sr.. Claude Schoenlng, Harold Ferguson, Ira Turner. Frederic Newell, Henry Washburn and Corto Stewart. NOT MUCH NEW COUNTY OF REVIEW Card of Thanks We wish to thank the friends und neighbor* fur the many (lowers, cards and expressions of sympathy extended to UH during our reci'iit bereavement. Mrs. F. L. UlKKi'i-stuff and family. Cemetery Association Meeting May 21 The North Grove Cemetery association will meet Friday, May 1!1. at the, homt> of Mr.s. Mark How-en. A good attendance la d«Kirt*<l. Tax Payers Do Not Object to New Assessment Results Mills county's board of review, after BOIUO Initial difficulties of organization which delayed their work, NWUIIK Into action this week and upent Monday and Tuesday goliiK over the assessment rolls. The board will meet again next Monday and Tuesday to continue their J"l). The assessor is now working on u re-capitulation HO that tho board can adjust inequities b«- Iwi'di townships. Although Deputy Asm'sxor C. H. Brewer had iidvlned tax payers that thwy should appear before the board to request equalization or Ki register complaints, none appeared for tin- initial COMMUNITY CLUB CHANGES MEETING The regular meeting «if the Malvern Community cluh ha si hi-cn changed from Thursday, May 13. to Friday, May 'i\. y a Hinglti member of th« hoard remains on it. ushburu of HuHtiiiKH ri'- frcim It HO that tie ciiulit continue to nerve, mi the county Hoard of education. Hew Hurgolu of Silver City was appointed to bin place. J. I(. Hall of Malvcrii also re- siKMi-ii htM-auHt? of other iuten.-sU and (' T. Harovi-r of Henderson was appointed In tuk<- his place. , »» « - .Uy bulUli» ««b «o»tm..l«r B.rb.r, Ur.wer. Patricia Br,,.». K.nis. Mr.. lol. Orville Sl.rr »nd his, M.ry Burtlf. Hull, Joy Bylalton. in« town, n »»» oe " h "" Sobers. Britton and Dr. A. C. Council Bluffs. FIREMEN GET HOT INITIATION Malvern firemen continued their three-month debate on the initiation of new members Monday evening, with the result that the proposal for such was put through practically every parlimentary maneuver known to man. Clayton Hertz, the secretary pro- tem, received a severe case of writer's cramp as a result of the numerous motions recorded. The evening's work left the status of the initiation procedure exactly at quo. BACCALAUREATE SERVICES MAY 16 The Baccalaureate service for the Senior class of the M high school will be held S May 16, 194S at 8 p. ni. at u« Baptist church with the Rev. J. Uiltin Strong, minister of the Presbyterian church presenting the message. Mr. Strong will preach on Lhe theme - "Follow The Lead- The .... acquainting the boys with their leaders and introducing the future scouts to some of the proposed activities for the coming summer. Arrangements are being made to procure hand books so that all boys who are interested in scouting may begin studying for their tests as soon as possible. The following boys attended the meeting: Jim Baker, Adrian Schipper, Dean Bingham, Kobert Sheer, Dallas Benedict, Donald Holden, Ernest Wederqvist, Dwigbt Nagel, Roger Starr, Paul Lincoln, Jerry Stogdill. James Frazier, Wayne Bickley, Jerry Anderson. Donner Zanders, Jamus Malony, Lyle Weak and Harold Adains. Clinton Bird, Jean Dooley, James Frazier, Mark Goldberry, Donald Jones, Billy Landis, Dwight Nagel, Danny Fhelps. Adrian Schipper, Robert Sheer and Roger Starr. whea( tlus seas n . II( . I)lalls to demonstrate in the neai lu- ture the eff«-tlvent-s s of prt- emergence spraying to kill %vet<i s before a <TO M ,-um« 8 from the ground. t.W. West Bound Bus Arrives Half Hour Later Effective May 1st, the west bomd Burlington bus now reaches at IU: 15 a. ui. instead of a. in. ) U s schedule now is east bouud 1:59 a. in.; 11:34 a. m. aud 6:5u p. m. aud west bouud at 6:01 a. m.; 10:lb a. in. and 0:11 P- IB. with the MaJvernette Cafe as the bus stop. D. V. B, S. PLANNING MEETING MAY IT The Daily Vacation Bihle school is scheduled to begin May 31 or June 1. There will be a planning meeting of tbe teachers in the Lecture room of tlie First Methodist church Monday, 2:30 p. m.. May 17. Your director. Mrs. Wallace Salyers requests the attendance of all the teachers. We need a few more teachers. Perhaps some of you whom we have not contacted would like to help in some capacity, if. so please be at the meeting Monday after- uoou or call Mrs. Wallace Salvers or Rev. Nobel B. Blackman. Recreational leaders, haudcraft and musical tak-nt can be used very profitably as well as teachers" of the texts. Your children, community aud you will profit by a good Daily Vacation Bible School. And tbe teachers ntfcd your backing. MEMORIAL MONUMENT DEDICATION SERVICES Dedication Cervices will be htl'l Decoration day for the World war II memorial monument sponsored by the Eiin-rsoii Community club, which arrived Saturday in Emerson and was placed in the city park. 1H2 uauK'S of boys who served iu the war from the. Emert>cm community are inscribed on it. llCUf HEAD "„ AK>$AK*Hfcll ftli Dr. T. W. Gidk-y was elected president of lhe Ak-Sar-Ben Vei- fcriiiary Mtdica.) Society at the association's confortiK-a htlJ ^t the Fontaiielk- Hotel in Oiualiu Mou- duy Tbii group takt-i ill the Ak- Sar-Beu trade territory which id the eastern part o£ Nebraska and southwest Iowa. % f? , , I M£UA BfflW jtMt PGSfVl J JULIUS STERN PUOTO<jffAPH£R

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