The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on April 13, 1933 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, April 13, 1933
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MALVERN! SB Get a Baby Chick Iree and Some rains THREE PAYS . APRIL 13 - 14 - 15 ARMOURS STARHA around "Delicious Flavor Whole IEI& WIITE fTOtE FREE FREE Bdbr Cfckk b $1.00 porchafte Aprfl 13-14-15; 1933 Salad Dressing QBftrt Xaso* Jar Pint Karon ULHOLLAND'S Easter Specials - Thurs, FrL Sat. G* • UT* EASTER Chick with erery ft pufch»*e7~ Jell Powder Bed £ White, all flarors teelsdiag Mint. 47. 3 pkes. ------ ..... I IB Ginger Snaps 5 Dacca for FRUITS VEGETABLES for Easter Oranges, Bananas. Apples, Grape Fruit, and Strawberries. Celery, Radishes, Head Lettuce, Leaf Lettuce, Asparagus, Cauliflower, Carrots, Tomatoes, Green Beans, Cabbage, Green Onions, Green Peppers. New Potatoes, Cucumbers. All nice and fresh, and priced right m Gpott Oxfords — — ^~*1,4», tl4M, **£», *&•» WUte KM Pwnps aid Oxford* ___„„_——-.—- *&*S P*lf Cre»e fete Strap Slipper. t» White. Tan, Red Blue at *i.l» fair Ckfl«tt»'s Sport Oxfords aid Strap Slippers at *^^.^* »**»*-»**— „»»««. $l.i», «ad *1J» p*J* Me** Oxfords ..— _— .. ___ ....... ,. ....... +•*», *L43 aad S&98 pair Ladlesf •** Ml»*«' New Easter HaU Me, 7M, Me, Me. *M $!£» New RAJ** ft*d Silk Scarfs *— ^^_—_^_»e aad Me cacti Ladle** F*M Fashion, Pore Silk How, extra wear, an MIT colors _..-—_-_~~ _„—___*-*__*»« m*& Me pair Ladled New CbardoaJttd BOM - ---- — . ---- ... ----- 29e pat? Children** very flee mereertied Rose -— ^-. --——-.— -I5c pair Ladta* Flat Crepe Silk Dresses, special ------ — ----- f&M each Complete assortment Toilet Goods at ~-_____-__^__-.lOe each STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING 1c Grocery Sale Lasts till FRIDAY, APRIL 14th ^ IAITEB SPECUU | for ymtf CHICKS Chick Tablet* LOOM Powd«t» Liquid LOOM Killer Germoto&e KnzoD« Worm TableU and Egg ft Dar to help •tefcll OH 1IC Groceries & Fruits Cliff OH ft at Wholesale Prices OH it Sugar 10lbs. with $1 purchase COFFEE HUls Bros., Tone's M. J. B., Butternut per Ib. ., 33, • Cake Flour, large package • Garden Seed, 3 pkgi. • Onion Set», per quart ,., • Red River Ohio Seed Potatoes, j 100 lb». „„„„,„,. .$1,15 CRACKERS 2 Lb. Box.. 19c ORANGES 2 Do*. . T ^pr C ^!- > ^--29C Cr. BUTTER, 18^O 89e 19c PORK SAUSAGE, 4 UM. T —„-., Piar«LAItO, 29c 1 No. 2 Can Evergreen Corn lOc, Extra Can le Clover Farm Spices 1 Can lOc, Extra Can le Domestic Sardines 1 Can Sc, Etxra Can le Tomato Soap 1 Can 9c, Extra Can le Cut Green Beans 1 No. 2 can ISc, Extra Can le Clover Farm Gum '—7 pkg. Sc, Extra pkg. le Hershey's Cocoa, 2 8-ounce cans 25c, Extra Can le Corn or Gloss Starch, 2 1-pound pkg. 17c, Extra pkg. le Clover Farm Lye, 2 Cans 2Sc, Extra Can le Laundry Soap, Clover Farm Giant Baby Chick Free with Every Dollar Purchase F. A. MULHOLLAND CLOVER FARM Store STORE OPEN EVENINGS PEST DESTROYERS to protect your treet, trait tree* *ud pUnu. Lecd Attenate Dry Lime Salphar Liquid Lltne Snlphur Bordeaux Formaldehyde Corn Disinfectant* Save Your Seed Barbak Semeaan Jr. A Mby Chick Frw with B«ch $i COLLINS DROG CO. .. Baby Chicks., Ffe^ ttHth each $1 Purchase In addition to the Remarkable Bargains offered by these stores, m&ny will give one live Baby Chick absolutely Free fctth each Dollar Purchase. The chicks will be hatched at the Wilson Electric Hatchery and you may have your choice of breeds. Look over this page carefully. You'll find many things you'll need — all at extraordinarily low prices, And don't forget your baby chick. -™^^^^S1^^B^S"S^S^S«"I^S^S«SBI^«I B^B^MHH I Easter Plants and Cut Flowers A beautiful line of Saster Llllies, Carnations Roses, Snapdragons and others. Potted Plants Nothing like flowers for the Easter season. Bring or send us. your order. Dale Kline FLORIST Malvern HATS New Spring 7Sefi 12.19 at the Malvern Variety Store BABY CHICK FREE with every $1 purchase aster Ties, Shirts, each 69c aster Hats, light gray, tan - :a - $2.95 aster Shorts, Siirts, circular seat, 2|9c ea., 4for -,;!"- - ?1 aster Slipon white and all wool easier J. SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONS Blatchford's Calf Meal Formaldehyde Black Leaf 40 f Hess Stock Tonic Arsenate Lead Crude Carbolic Acid Kress Dip Carbola Pratts Poultry Worm Tablets Walko Cholerine Eitts Roost Paint DRY " CLEANINGS 29c I- for EASTER! mnountw Mr LIMIT S BARS 5c Malvern Wholesale Fruit Co- Oil SPECIAL ftr MIT Mid MAL-CO CHICK FEEDS 100 Ibs. All Mash Startei and Developer with Cod Wver Oil Upstarting Mash . flHIEPIIWvV iW?P^^W "" $1.75 $1.75 100 ib*. Growinjf HJS 100 llM. Mwh Maker --->---.^». you th»t oa the market regardlew ol Drt*e */e the <M>4 »ee peuire it I* to op to » tjto sew took* vfll pie* 99 JVW Just Arrived .. New Spring Patterns and Colors Heavy Axminster Rugs'—All wool, fringed, seamless, size 9x12, ^oriSQ Extra Heavy Axminster Rugs-—All Wool, fringed, seamless, size *o/\SO 9x12, Price —.....„„.., 39 Rugs to match, size 27x54 IQ95 Prie© .. , —JV SATURDAY SPECIAL Shino Floor Mop, large size, ofi washable, Price —_„,__„.„ OOC The Emerson, a real radio, specially priced for this sale $ * ga£ KR&ia. "— jml fry ml < ..... iDii fife I MANSFIELD'S MAUVBRH aster Oxfords Baby Chick LAHDIS Easter Specials SOL HOT IROODERS lowest prices poMible 600 Chick fixe $18,50, now $14.98 •ULK9AROUISUD fpws; 3-^ "to $4.98 |fi PurchMe , Clothier Here Is Real Value! r " 'j? 't'" ^-* ;^fe- B ~^,-'? * Don't forget— Jergen's 2 for 1 Soap Sale it Still On S. CLEM West Side Drug Store Malvern, la. Don't Miss Our EASTER SPECIALS in Silk Dresses Shoes for the Family 2-Way Stretch Girdles Jacquettes Underwear FREE ... a Thoroughbred BABY CHICK With Every $i Purchase. KAV1C H'S LEADER DEPT. STORE MALVERN BABY CHICK DAYS SPECIAL 75c FEEDER FREE with every order for 300 or more Baby Chicka BOOKED during these three days. Easter Chicks Colored In Easter Colon |/\ The kiddles like 'em each | [) Q BABY CHICK PRICES 8t*ndATd Certified ; Grade Grade Heavy Breeds, per 100 . — ....... ----- $6 $7.60 Leghorn*, per 100 _-..—.—.-.—. ---- -15 J ; ?.OQ "" " Wayne Starter with Cod Liver Oil --------- .82,00 per 100 Premium Starter with Cod Liver Oil ... ----- f 1.65 per 100 Garden Seeds Onion Seta and Plants Peat Litter Brooder Equipment Phone Complete Aleroite 1 Grewe Job Spark Plugs , Cleaned and $ 1 „ Adjusted Carburetor Strainer Cleaned Water Pump Repacked Thwtday, Friday and Saturday only BABY CHICK FREE with .*ch job B ALLIHID AybCt. II Baby Chlfik Fro* with ", JMHMP^P'^v^* - 7~m^- i,.. Service Statioi Thursday, Friday and Saturday Only ONE BABY CHICK FREE with every order of 5 gallont ga« and I quart oil for C. F. YtitaiSwi N ttm BABY CHICK WEEK for Baby Chiqk Week We will give one Baby Chick with each dollar oft any appliance, We're always glad to dewoafitrats auy applicaoce, You'll be surprised at how much eaaier bauwwork caa be when done by the proper applt' ' R. rmi 201A 226 17U) 280 245 227J 224A 247 - • 57 58 - - 89« mi i Pf iUY A COM^LITi JJT MOW L Salyert Auto Ct . ON My with nth - Wilson's Electric Hatchery Read Our Big Special Subscription | Offer on Page Two One Dollar Free to . Ifnu Win ft CASH PRIZE Junt write 19 *ci4i oy less in the Victor Flour £rste Millt CantMt SI CASH PRIZES ar» altered IftT me Bait Re»M4i«w of yfeittar m wfe fljift st t will t* Miwteftar? Tell* of Work And Life f affci ttl i*ettiitf '^.;JiMl.-^< j: -a-. •HUHItty Sterlea of Hf« hi * country almost as distant as possible from this part of the *ortd *ere gfvett attenders at the eommtmlty **rt- fc« 8ftM*y eteftfng to tie MctlH odlst church. Mist Carrie Hassel- tlne, a retntned Baptist missionary talked of Burma, where she had spent a part of her life. To*ns with such romantic names ss Rangoon and Mandalay may he found tit Burma tirhleh ftt the southeast of Asia. Also ft strange, eastern people *hose ancient religions fnrnlsh ft fertile field for Christian missionary wot*. Miss Hasseltlne held her audience for more than an hour -with her narration of her experiences In Burma and her descriptions of the people and customs there. She showed a number of nattte garments and other things brought from the country when she returned to the United States. EftterUiti Bridge Club Mr. and Mr*. Daniel Beaton recently entertained the bridge club of which they are members. Those present were: Mr. and Mm. Austin Bass, Mr, and Mrs. Evan Swain, Mr. and Mrs. Leon* ard Oural, Mr. and Mrs. Max Benton, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Dunn, Mr, and Mr*. Alton Alberts, and the Misses Frances Benton, Val* da Hurst, Helen Marshall, Ruth Kler, and Bernlce Caudlell, and Max Ireland, Charles Wilson, and Ralph Bower. High prizes went to Mr. and Mrs. Max Benton. Low scores were made by Mrs. Vem Dunn and Leonard Dural. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Dunn were hosts to the club on Saturday eve* ning, April 8. Members and guests present were: Messrs, and Mesdatnes Bran Swain, Max Benton, Leonard Dural, Austin Bass, Alton Alberts, and Daniel Seaton, the Misses Frances Benton, Valda Hurst, Ruth Kier, Bernlce Caudell, Marjorle Alberts, Fern Alberts, Helen Marshall, and Ben Breeding, Bant Wilkinson, Charles Wilson, Ralph Bower, Bill Alberts, Wilbur Bower, and Max Ireland, High scores were made by Charles Wilson and Fern Alberts. Low scores were made by Mrs. Leonard Duval and Daniel Seaton. Birthday Party Pontow Monday evening, surprising her on her birthday. Entertainment consisted of music and cards. The refreshments were coffee, cookies and a beautiful birthday cake baked by Miss Marie Pontow. Those present were Misses Leona, Margaret and Doris Leu, Marie, Elsie, Ella and Rosa Pontow, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Pontow, Otis Lewis, Harmon Phillips, Wilford Haynes and August Pontow, Malvern Now in Kittenball League The faculty and athletic staff have enrolled the Malvern high school in the klttenball league which includes the high schools of Hastings, Pacific Junction, and Emerson, No definite schedule has been worked out as yet but the first game will or should be played within the next week, Most of the schools will be played two games. All the kitten- ball fans who enjoy the sport should witness the first game, No track candidates have as yet been selected for entering in the county track meet held at Glenwood. There are several very apt men for the shot putt and Coach Herts has fond hopes for building up g fast relay team. Several of the student body just haven't the ambition to run or enter any of the other events possibly because of spring fever. from Vi*it Mrs. jr. ft. Scott and Mrs. A. E. Coot caine In Monday evening from Long Beach, California. wnere they hate spent the wfftter and Incidentally Interviewed a few earthquakes, they are n*t paftfcwfarly pleased wtth those they met and couldn't seem to get used to them, although there had t>*en soi»e 1880 different qnakes. large and small, since the quaking begun. They say that It wasi a terrible experience, which fortunately they escaped with little Injury. They are glad to get home again and say they really prefer Iowa, even wtth Its reputed bltxzards. cyclones and changeable weather. New* of the Churches Chntch Henry Date White, Minister The adult congregation is invited to meet at 10:45 instead of 11 o'clock to enjoy a half hour program with both departments of the Sunday school. The worship service follows with a message by the pastor on "The Living Christ. What He Means to You and to Me." Parents wishing to present their children tor baptism are invited to do so. There will be an opportunity given for uniting with the church. Please let us make this a red letter day In our church year, Baptist Church L. R. Bobbitt, Pastor Bible school at the usual time. Why not have an unusual attendance? An early Easter service will be held at 8:30 at the Baptist church by the young people of our churches. Fifteen cents will be charged for the breakfast. Be on time at 6:30. The services will last one hour. Easter sermon at 11. There will be special music. Any who may desire to be baptised should let the pastor know at once. Others may be received by letter or experience. An unusual Easter pageant be given by the young people at the Baptist church at 8 o'clock.-A double quartet will furnish the music. There will be other music. Bring an Easter offering. It will be divided between the three churches. Thursday evening at 8 we will observe the Lord's Supper. Make this a preparatory service for Easter. Methodist Episcopal Church Roy E. Gugeler, Pastor This is Passion week. Jesus was going through terrific trials and suffering in this week. His remind us "of that and with the hope'that we may enter deeper into the significance on his death we are having the Lord's Supper in the church at 8 p. m. today (Thursday). Tell your neighbors about this and come. The Ladies' Circle will meet with Mrs. Frank Churchill this (Thursday) afternoon. Don't for- 'get your birthday money. Following Sunday school next Sunday there will be an Easter service in which we hope at least a little of the real Easter Joy will prevail. Any parents having small children for baptism may have them baptised in the early part of this service. The sermon subject will be "He is Risen." O. fc. S, Hold School of Held in Mawmic HAH in Malvern, Wfcdftetdn Aft- tira A school of Instruction for the members of the Order of the Eastern star was held in the local Masonic halt test Wednesday afternoon and evening under the direction of the members of Silver Urn chapter O. E. 8. Mrs. Belva Miller of Tabor. District Instructor, conducted the school and complimented the local chapter for the excellence of their work. In the evening the officers with Mrs. Miller as honor guest, took dinner together at the Malvern Tea Room. There was a fine attendance. both locally and from neighboring chapters. Out of town visitors Included Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Butcher, Mr. and Mrs. R, 3. McPherron, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Herndon of Glen wood; Mrs. Hol- llday, Mrs. Woodward, Mrs. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Tobias. Mr. and Mrs. Laughlln of Red Oak, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones of Tabor. Special music was given by Mrs. H. H. Amos and Mrs. L. A. Talbott accompanied by Mrs. F. R. Chantry. rite* of Ruuia W. M. ReploRle of Bhenandoah, recently had a letter from his brother, Elmer M. Heplogle, who for a number of years was In the milling business In Malvern. Elmer is now at Moscow, Russia, where he went last year and where he has been engaged to build and Instal several corn flake mills for the Russian government. Mr. Replogle Is an expert in this line of work. The letter was dated Feb. 18, and acknowledged receipt of some articles sent to him by his brother and other friends in Shcnandonh. He also says he has received a permit to have some food products and clothing sent from this country, the food permit tor one at a time and the clothing for one year. Referring to food prices In Russia he says he paid 3 rubles and 60 kopecta for a bottle of milk, equivalent to $1.76 in our money, and flour costs 19% cents per pound. His board costs him 16 per day, two meals each day, with tea at each meal Is all he wants. Notice to School Officers Election of County Superintendent and Three Member* of County Board of Education. To the School Officers of Mills Halting! Wim in Kittenball Set to The Mslvern high school kitten, ball team were defeated {a .their first game of the season by the Hastings high school. The weath* er was against both teams, being so windy that they couldn't tell where the ball was going. The Hastings team held the advantage over the local team by having been used to the game. Potter was leading VMA lor Hatting* with four scores. Jack* son slugged out two scores to be lead w»n for the local*. After getting lu the lead H«*t* kept there, the local* hold* hem fer only one »wele« At the end »t tto game the HiftU&f* t»» were en the long end ol a 88 to 8 »cojre. The next Mhedttted fa»e I* wtth BU- ye* Otty, Friday, at oj»iwuieu.t*' MtUl JMKilV Wtti SMl M * el UM» Harry Pickenpaugh Died in Silver City Harry Pickenpaugh, well known resident of Silver City, died at his home here last Thurs-> day, April 6, following a brief illness. Funeral services were held in the Methodist church Saturday afternoon conducted by the pastor, Rev, F. Q. Barnes. He is survived by bis wife and seven children, four sons and three daughters, and two sisters, Mrs, George Piatt and Mrs. Robert McCJure. Albert E. Woodruff Weds Malvern friends will be inter estecj in learning of the marriage ef Albert 6. Woodruff, former Glenwood young man, to Miss Helen Keller at her home in Port land, Ore., Feb. 5. Mr. Woodruff lived in Glenwood for a number of year* and Is well acquainted in this community a* well. He has been employed for several years by a steamship com; P»ny in Portland and be and hi* bride are now making their home in that city at 788 Reed way. Notice— MilU County W, r JUTft&ti The following Mill* County Warrants are now called and will he paid at the Office ol County Treasurer, Interest to ceaae April 15, 1833. poor Warrant* u» to and iftpludlng rtilater number J688, Pouy Creek Drainage up to and including register number 114 and Watkiw wuth up to and Including regUtar number 98. QUO Judklutt, tfty. 814. Gouaty th« AwtU 4> At lAtjr* ware r It Notice is hereby given that a convention of the representatives of School Corporations will be held at the Court House In Qlen- wood, Mills County, Iowa, Tuesday, May 9th, 1933, for the purpose of electing a County Superintendent for a term of three years, and three members of the County Board of Education, for a term of six years, as provided J>y law. Said Convention will convene at 10:00 O'clock a. m., on the last above mentioned date, and will be composed of twenty- three delegates as follows: The District Townships of Center, Glenwood, Plattville, Rawles, and St. Marys; The Independent Towns of Emerson, Glenwood, Hastings, Malvern, Pacific Junction, and Sliver City; The Consolidated Districts of Henderson, Strahan, and Valley View, each are entitled to one delegate, the president or an alternate selected by the Board. Each Civil Township composed in whole or in part of Rural Independent Districts will be entitled to one delegate, chosen by the presidents of the school boards of the township at a local meeting to be held within the township at 2:00 O'clock p. m., Saturday, April 29th, 1933. Anderson Township Benton and Box Elder, at the Benton School House. Ingraluuu Township Pleasant Hill, prairie Valley, Osborne Valley, Prairie Creek, Ingraham Center, Mt. Vernon, Silver Creek, and Excelsior, at the Town Hsll in Silver City. Oak Township Qowen, West Wberty, ketal ( Oak SluS, ivernnam, Vogler, and Sand Hollow, at the West liberty No. 3 School House. Indian Creek Township Forrester, Indian Creek, Wear-' in, Qoiden Hill, Falrview and W> cialn, at the Mcciain school House. Silver Creek TowiwWp Pleasant Valley and Centerline. at the Centerline School House, Center Town*Wp Silver, Pleasant Qrove, Mt. Vernon and HlUadale, at the pleasant Qrove School House, DMT Oreek Towu*blj» Qlyntt, Center, Keyttoue, Union and Waraeif, at the Center ?o*wortby, Wblia Cloud". r»tt, wid BjrinK Valley, at tb» Fwwoflby ScUool Houss. Id'tMByf T^^yfUiiiJiit RIra aw*. Wrilia. orovi* tJM} HUT? o*k, it ifc* Bwr Q«k School Heu». t D»ttU tUl* IHU 4«y at April, ' UII. «...«. 8- A* 80HAMI' • Auditor. =Sti. j 3" i ." -^ &1£& f &s n .'?:#t. . .:.,^^«.;

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