The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on March 2, 1933 · Page 2
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 2

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1933
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tttt MALVtftN LEAttfeR,MALVfeRfr, IOWA. MAftCH & LOCAL NBV S OP THE WEEK IN MALVERN Tour friends will appreciate having tfcetr visits mentioned to these eotmnaa. Phone 1M. We had a little visit with T. R.f Misg Edith M. Ben was a week• • %, u»u ** •* i. »>t~ » *^**. " .*«« •• •—. i < t*»*«s c*u.iiu *n. DC1I ** BO a WCCJI Ellison the other day over near, end guest of Miss Enid Wilcox. Henderson. Mr. Ellison is farm-j fust Received a shipment of ing near Emerson now although j new Spring Silk Dresses in very he used to live here. He was tell- j newest styles and colors and only ing us that his son. Dnrward, is < $3.88. — Kavieh's. adv IB Oxford Iowa where he is in: o H Rc!ch of CaMon ^ Ja business for himself and has a Malrern Thursday OB business, nice garage business and thej M r. and Mrs g j Rbode of Ford agency there and Is doing; Ft . Lnp(oBj Co|(> Md Mff W|( . quite well. His son, Ernert. Is j 1[g Reed o£ Madteon Nebr were farming for himself on a farm j dinner rnests Wedaesday of Mrs ^ near Henderson. ; Margaret Cunningham and Mr. John F. Summers came In i and Mrs. Fred Bnttmann Mr. and Mrs. E. C. .Vlckerson i son. Keaneth, of Council > Bluffs spent Sunday at the home [of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Alberts j southwest of town. F. A. Mnlholtand, Gilbert Good. Paul Mnlhollaad, Jeane Cunningham, and Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Cunningham attended a district "Clover Farm" stores party at Council Binffs last Thursday night. Mesdames Charley Wilson, Floyd Rhoades, Martin Cunningham. Glen Seeger, aad Will Bower drove to Council Bluffs Saturday and spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Chambers. On Sunday their husband* and Mr. and Mr*. Austin Bass. Ralph Bower, and Berniee Candell drove up and they all had dinner together. EMAITCHES Horn* EC Gift. V«H Ifcpt. t&~*. me from Chicago Thursday morning, j j. o. Driskell and W. H. Shelr- j «,_,, -,„,, -^ .,, „„,, .. _, called here by the death of his j bon and son. Billy jr. of Ran- L 7^5? J , . Tes *! r ' aod " Tr " -- . ^- . _ .,_-. * . w.Mj «•.. Wl IYOJ1 j J A i Hf»*i tAftf »** l«n*4 A* ••MAjl Tuesday morning the Junior Home Ee class visited the Leader Dept. store, Wfc were shown ilf- ferent kinds ot materials, Mrs. Kavieh explaining the *ay the different patterns were made on the prints. Different kind* of sheeting and pillow eases were shown to as. We examined the hem widths and found that the -width of the hem on the sheet* is the same width as the hem on the pillow cases. We also compared the qnali- G UESS WHO By Rath W«Tlt«- ties and prices of material. We learned to associate the , ! dolph attended the sale here Sat John Waller's track station. Day and night service. adv. brother, Harvey, and remained , ., over for a couple of days visit • urday afternoon, with his father and other friends, j Mr. and Mrs. Claude Williams Oil Vow Harness —We have; of Tabor were shopping here Sat- the best of harness oil in any i urday. quantity you wish. Bring your I containers. — Knnce & Nelson. ) adv. X. A. Imel. publisher of the Graphic at GHdden. Iowa, was here last Saturday greeting old time Malvern friends and visiting his sister, Mrs. W. E. Kerns. Mr. Imel had driven down to Hastings the day preceding to visit his father. John Imel, over night. The senior Imel Is slowly recovering from his bad accident of the early winter and seems now dol High test gas isn't as or better than any gas you ever used we will cheerfully refund your money. — Knnce & Kelson. adv. Louis Bass, who is in the Immanuel hospital in Omaha is improving and able to be tip the, past few days. Mrs. Bass has not names of material* with the corresponding material. The Home Be girls appreciated the help given as by the Leader Dept. store. "Better Homemakers" is oar slogan. Milo Fellows of Hastings was among the Saturday business visitors here. Mrs. Leslie Patrick and daughter. Arlene. and sons, Lewis and Ralph, of Emerson visited Miss; -.,„-_ ,„ ,,,_,„ fc Ida Ireland Saturday. ' retarn to lheir home Mr. and Mrs, H. O. Allely were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Allely Jr. in Council Bluffs. Miss Arlene Patrick, niece of her to bed In the same hospital where she is taking treatments. We hope they will i both be well soon and be able to WITH THE DIM WITS By Makoin Jnelke Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Duval are moving into the home formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Max Benton. Mr. and Mrs. Ben~™^- v~* »^ — ••••-'-» «»**••• *^*. -w M**? •* v " t jmots n> scuc a ttl-t IvK, lUt?v<r Ol *»•** *^^»»vw«». «vs * BCI%* f*> o, v^u- on a fair way to recovery. X. A. Miss Ida Ireland, began teaching tea are moving to a farm aeas reports hit family well aad his Monday in the McClain school j Henderson. business getting along as well or j near Emersoa. J \ew Spring Shoes Just in. — *!**,? 'Tfl .1? ,*7,f* P V a "K"?' Mr *- Joha Thomas ot Glenwoodl *!.« to *3.»S. — Kavieh's. adv % 1* v , „ , .v^* 1 " *".* *** * ruitor S^urday afteraooa i Mr. aad Mrs. Fred Dnrbln one bank left in their county now in operation. Their own bank had closed a few days previous for signing waivers and were about j ready to start up ••»«*> ' in the Robt. Campbell home. made a trip to Red Oak Tuesday Dave Hatcher, living on the J. H. Beckwith farm, was quite in- r appen- aow is after basic ess matters and greet- 1S Cts, Per Quart—Think of It. 100 per cent Pennsylvania oil a Urge number here. I Come la and Select your new! spring shoes. Just received the . new spring numbers — and oh boy — what class. — Kavieh's. adv. Sheriff W. S. DeWoss and Deputy Cooney of Glen wood and son. State Agent Con Ryan of Imogene were in town Saturday investigating some matters demanding their attention. John Laugh Un and Joe Doyle of Imogeae were la towa Saturday and made our office a pleasant visit. Joe says that he was f going to subscribe for The Leader "- DPI •• tfl>fc' lift hftlTO^fc it ffOTtt big time and drove on down from slit's aunt, Miss Alice Bently. there for the visit. They also visited with Mrs. George Wyant at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aistrope. Mrs. Greenslit is a granddaughter of Mrs. Wyant and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wyant of Newman's Grove, Nebr. neighbors and have them stop do- Ing that. W, A. Cape from northeast of Emerson was in town Saturday and called to advance his subscription another notch. Mr. Cape said that they had dropped their dally paper but thought they couldn't do without The Leader. We enjoyed a pleasant little visit with Mr. Cape. June Wise was in Saturday and advanced his subscription another year and had us change his address from Malvern route three to route two. He moved up to the Arno Schaller farm northwest of town last week and will farm there this year. Mrs. Lillian C. Beattie. Representative of New York Life Ins Co. 31-4 Mrs. Gordon Jones, Earl and Helen visited in the home of Mr and Mrs. Franklin Fisher and daughter in Pacific Junction Sun day. Mrs. Gene K. Bell, Ethel Davis afternoon. Miss Gladys Gilllland and Ear Pace visited Sunday evening at the home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Giililand. near Red Oak. Misses Roberta and Thelma • "*• j Gastoa are spending a few days . „ aa j at the Walter Savage home at *°! l™v. Artl ? U .r ? r ^°*H t 1 Tabor a*"*"** 'hem ia moviag ,^_ | from their farm southeast of Tabor to the Ed Rassel farm north east of Tabor where Mr. and Mrs. Savage will care for Mr. Russel, who is confined to his bed, and look after the farm interests. Mrs. Savage is an aunt of the young ladles aad a sister ot Mr. Russel. Clare Spencer of Randolph had Xebr., visited Thursday and Friday with Mrs. Greea- siit's aunt. Miss Alice Beatley. The Greeaslits were attending the Nebraska Lumbermen's convention in Omaha during that week end visitors at the parental Henry Aistrope home.* Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henrlckson of Omaha came down Saturday afternoon and visited until Moa- day morning with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Farquhar, Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Halbert of Red Oak spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Farquhar. Joe Bergantzel of Wolbach, Nebr. came in Sunday for a brief visit with the A. C. Frink family north of town. He worked for Mr. Teh; Teh! Oh well, home." business in towa Tuesday. Ed Ness, Randolph's veteran rural route mail carrier was in terviewlng Malvera Tuesday afteraooa. "BI merchants as we have BO place to keep them. Mrs, O. A. Strahan and Miss Ruth Wylle of the Milady Beauty aad Dress Shop were ia Omaha Monday attending a school of instruction oa dlffereat methods of beauty culture. The school was sponsored by the Gibson Beauty Shop Supply company. Mr. and Mrs. G. A, Rosenteld entertained a group of relatives In their home Sunday including Mrs. Rosenfeld's sister, Mrs. V. uw,i.u uj. iunii. nt* worKea tor Mr. ~-~" --WUVMK-4U o &jamr, AITS. v. Frink several years ago and as Al Hel fenstein, and husband and he had been over to Red Oak to ^° n i Dlck ' and her brother, Clif- vlsit some relatives he stopped off here to see the Frinks. Guy Grindle and liis brother, Ellis Grindle, are two new residents of Mills county. They are moving up from Freinont county this week. The former moves to the George F. Salyers farm and 1 Did a little exploring in the ; Home EC hint box In the Home EC room and discovered this gem: "Save any breakfast pancakes which are left over. When cold they make excellent substitutes for rubber heels." Proceeding along the same line why couldn't the first doughnuts be used as wheel* for baby broth* er's toy aoto aad the first cake as aa anchor for the boat when Poppa goes fishing? It'* an easy matter to *ee who owns the ball and bat oa the playgroaad. Everyone asks hi* advice on every question and is very careful not to offend him for fear ot his taking his stuff and going home. Something really should be done. Malvern isn't getting the came space as Chicago In the newspapers ot late — a posltioa which It really deserves. Cat* man fn business MIL Known by his two cute dimples. Has a general air ot not quite knowing what it'* ail abont. Quit* * favorite with the ladies—his smiis. Daily charm* one Janlor girl and several sophomores. Has a cute habit ot tailing to sleep in school time. An easy prey for pupils who by skillful questioning can escape their lesson (It he is in the mood for talking). Quite a man of the world- has been to Chicago (1* that why several gangster* left that city hurriedly?) Has a peculiar liking town tea miles west. (I wonder "Ay tank ay go Fifth Grade We'are reading "Uncle Tom's Cabin" while studying the causes of the Civil war. la Hygiene we are marking a chart for health habits. Friday . we drew a section of the akin, Wo told the puzzle of how the Janet Beanett made a drawing on the board to help la the explanation. Jimmy Herlag drew a picture >f Lincoln's cabin on the board or our program. Thursday we all made a picture of It with crayons. We are working this six weeks o improve our reading record. We gave a courtesy program ^riday. Miss Hertz's room and the uaior high were our guests. We wrote letters to Johanie Schorr who was abseat last week. Mrs. Brewer visited our room. ford HoaglanV'airorc'ou-ncn F ' F> A ' N<8W * Bluffs and Mr. Rosenfield'i sis- The Future Farmers are sorry MISS Louise Rosenfeld, and about the poor reception of their Of!** Hj"kl-cn»i «.• wr • i _**_• . . ** • __ _ — *»wct*i».^iu» A.XIU «""wv tuc jiuur recepHOU OI Frederic Boyseu of Harlaa, i radio broadcasting. Their Public Sale —We wili fear* ao-' rra ° 1 was P ut on the air other sale of new and n*ed pro- over ments and KFNF Thursday night as sched - tractors in the sear ! nted - u sounded very well from future W»»«h for oar the latter to the W. S. Salyers Kunce & .Nelson farm a half mile south of him. Malvern adr. — l Edith Bell autoed to Hastings Sunday where they attended the Epworth League Rally. Follow "Luck and a Horse," which commenced February 26 in the American Weekly Magazine Of THE OMAHA BEE-XKWS. a smashing western serial by Max Brand, master of western fiction. 33tf. **»dio but the broadcasting equipment hindered the record- Mills county right from the start, We are glad to welcome them to this county. Have a Look — the new F-l? Farmall tractor is here and believe us it's something. — Kunce news of i the birth of \ BO 7 to Mr. and Mrs. WoU & Xelson. Austin Gilbert is adv. moving up Deardorfl'$ Grocery WestilJ have Advo'and J M canned goods at a very low price. Buy now while they last SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY MARCH 4 ONLY — —— •— • *»e> "f from Tabor this week to the Gregory farm northwest of Malvern formerly occupied by Floyd Parker and near to that occupied by his brother, E. L. Gilbert. The ., —.«. , a U4 n oil 01 Kansas City on Saturday, Feb. 25. School Masters Met i is to be held in Red Oak on Saturday which Mr. Amos is to attend. Held Regular Meeting 21; Decide Trwk Meet, Spelling Cootett D»te» are pleased to welcome more of them to Mills county. V, L. Hays is another new subscriber to The Leader this week who is moving up from the south He is located up north of town in the East Liberty neighborhood on the Alexander farm. We are regular monthly meet ing iu Glenwood Tuesday evening, Feb. 21. All schools were represented except Henderson. Miss Mary Rathbe, county superintendent. was present at the meeting and gave a splendid report on new school legislation. She also Girl Reserve Note* A Girl Reserve Ring cjub meet- Ing was held last Thursday dur, ing the nooa hour. Each member brought her lunch. A round table dlseussloa was held- Also the books required to be read were discussed. The regular Girl 'Reserve meet- lag will be held Wednesday. Bey- niece Schoeaing is the leader of the meeting entitled Vegetable's Office.'*• Norraal Training Cla** Work* ea Le*«on Plan* We completed our Arithmetic outline by observing Arithmetic classes ia the intermediate grade*, ta the seventh grade we listened to a very Interesting discussion on Interest problems, noting especially the explanation aad formulas used In working these problems. The fourth grade presented to us a leseoa on long division aad the process they used la solving the problem. We fonad their method waa successful and the majority of the Individuals have developed a skill la division and la checking ot answers. Now we are worklag on our Geography syllabus. We have prepared lessons for primary grades. The main topics that we considered were shelter, clothing, food, and transportation. On the basis of twelve pupils in the class we made arrangements for four groups, each having three pupils. Each group was required to plan nine Geography lessons oa the topic assigned to them. We discovered that sufficient material was planned for each lessoa and we BOW know more about some of the thing* we should consider when planning a lesson. Squib* of the Fro*h With spring coming upon us aad furnishing such delightful weather there ha* been a decided change from basketball to bate time* this n miL-rW^ Recently we had a teat in « MS - itah covering our work for the rear. We are now •Merchaat of Venice." This , H welcomed a* a delightful change a our work. A short test of fifty problems was presented to us V. This covered the factor, lag nnd multiplication of mo. nomlala aad binomial*. We are now taklag up the dlvlsloa of the above mentioned terms, la Latin we studied a myth of two ancient R f m ,"l"? ltw " •«»«•'» myth! our new poest. Ottf new reader the sew pown In Hit trade "the Land -of COontti tftflc," ! Robert Lotrfs Stevenso*. This week *« are painting winter pictures and afto drawing pic- tores with crayons to raattrate wwa •**»" • «*••*•*.» IS tfiO SWHFJ Hour primer. We finished the Winston primer this week. Many of the children are also reading library book* at home. We were so happy that *o many mother* came to oar program. We lite to hate them visit as. t*f*4e Those making 100 per cent Hi Friday's test are: Clyde Batemaa, Charles Brewer, Donald Gageler, Jack Herlng, Robert Redding, Robert Kincaid, Dean Millikan, Carrol Wynla, Peggy Cox, Hazel Davis, Betty Fickle, Marjorle Herrlck, Joan Saar, Doris Stog* dill, Betty J. Stroad. We are studying sentence* now In our Language. We are trying to learn those that ask a* something are questions aad those .hat tell a* something are state* meat*. The last of the week we are golag to write some sentence* of each kind. Third Grade Those having 100 per cent la Spelling Friday were: Shirley £a* con, Genevleve Kelso, Babe Raa^ derson, Sylvia Smith, Elizabeth Trively, Anna Mary Frailer, Billy Cardwell, Robert Chamberlala, Edel Knight, Charle* Logan, John Milllkan, Blllie Baer, John Slothower, Blllie Walker, . We are glad to hate Raymond Johnson back in school after hi* illness. In our Language work we are studying about interesting beginning sentences. We have learned that the beginning sentence should make us "wonder." Fourth Grade The ones who had 100 per cent la Spelling are: Carolyn Boehaer, Shirley Walker, Madelyn Swain, Betty Lou Barkus, Betty Smith, Peggy McCormlck, Goldie Cozad, Jane Johnson, Carolyn Hall, Betty Hatfield, Herbert Stogdlll. We started to make our diary on Thursday. We hare made two pages of It now. For every day we are going to have a picture to tell what it 1* about. We had a Geography test Wednesday. Now we are learning how to read map*. Today we went into the fifth grade for a play. It wa» about "Courtesy." We are going to remember to aay;,thank you'. Mrs. L**1s /6n**m vftfted tfte past few iftft wttft W Hfttef-ft! **»•*!•*• rtos « &*i»ifir, in Mr*. Chattel e»f <5y and fietty •fft «f*ft*fftf • *«*««** Tfth Mrs. 0*B«rrA Co**r*in «§«, {*. cite Jflftctfon. Mrs. Edwin G«l has retorted to her home la Omaha a ft« t**&«*w?tWti%tt& fcet pareftts, Hf. and If«. ft. itt«Jim fraalt Sawyer* and Mm, gum gtwtt^ ^ e ™ fg^***! 1 ** *«» *<* «««. inaction. . Itf. andLift*. Witt Cofey of Ottah* visited Sunday with their son, Charle* Cofey. M*, atd Mr*, *»y MeMa, and Jttdsofi t). were Sunday her guest* ot Mr. and Mr*. ( McManlgal near Gleawood. Newtoa McPherron left fharg* day lot Iowa city tot observa* tloft. H« returned home Sunday Mf«. Laura Clark'* condition is some Improved at this writing. A poor job of plumbing ia a!**?* TOO EXPEMSIVE KO matter what the original eoat might be, a poor job of plomblag wilt cost you more In the long run because ot the necessity of expeaslve repair* and replacement*. A good job, done ao well that repair* are unnecessary, cost* very little conslderiag the service given WE have iastalled plumbing-systems in this com' muaity that have been ia use for more than sixteen year* without a cent belag •pent for repairs. Our "work Is guaranteed—both on original Job* and repair work—aad we're always ready to serve you. J, R, Cardwell licensed Matter Plumber -_-„„ grade lead in-per- fecnattendaace for the week. We are studying for six weeks tosts* : Pr 'day mornlag Ruth McCord Leone storey, and Margaret Ann Buttmaan gave a short program. Annella Waller, Since «wi drawing to a close we find that we o to We ing Up our next week. we will have aa Health test, On and Civics, bring us the «J be oa now than have R " th and All's Well for •W/V;J '-'f_V, ' >>( - Your Car In Geography we the* day! After dIscu B s|a« att prjceai Of pictures for the last tinje. a E nuiEid announced the date of the county . pleased to extend him a welcome final decision wag reached,! ' Miss Ruth Ljadsey spent the week end in Shenaadoab lund's studio in Onoaha, held at Malveru on March 30. Each town school will be permitted to enter two contestants. The winner of this contest will read aad consequeaUy selact represent Mills county Register Spelling contest. Considerable discussion was given to the track meet which will be held May «. The _„ adopted a uew classification »y»year's track CURTAL SPECIAL, senior claw play t o be at the very close of the . Tfeer* will be two clause* tat each «v«nt, namely: Clwn A uud Cla*» «. Ait coutesiann who weigh US or above 8. fnt w»uw la.Mitru YMtt war* «§** tor tat Watch your engine, muter — tlwe' 8 Tydo! lo'ltl That mean* »pUtHtecpiid itwting that unleaahe* fuU power tn- staatly^uper .pflwer. The Wnd that never lags whether you're ioling or racing, , Forget Bntl» knock! TydgJ tajte* care of that. And cfaw* the mUw *iiOn»t the f »Mpnf, ,t«ai ft p4«a»aj(it surprfw ta dotor* anj cwt« »wait» you, '"'" „•• ^^vi^ae^vw^.^ 1 *m^j^i&%w$j&^y»fcj thftt^aupu^aticfoftditjon, —' —— -^BBiSft i*

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