The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on April 27, 1933 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1933
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fAGfeFOUR Lim ItWS OP tfffi «*« to Omaha ft*. etfitttt, d#ot« to Sambiirg Suflday spend the day Sir. 1*4 It**. and daughter, Elinor, Lotrfse Juelke «ro^e Saturday. , Mesdames I. f. Weatln, *. LAIrd. R. W. Crlswell, O. 8. Wt, and Jennie Stfohl drote to Nebraska CHy, Nebr. Saturday ftftofnoen to *ttefi« tie ot Mrs. Chauncey Allen. Mrs. Allen a tew years ago were Matvern residents. gpriag Oo*4 Brie f 9.8» and up All this years styles, finely made of Ugh fluallty fabrics. Sizes 12 fo 60 —Mrs. 0. O. Nlckols Apparel Shop, Bheaandoah. adv. Mrs. Charles Robbins Js visit ing this week In the home ot Mr. and Utt. Dewey Dye In Omaha. Mrs. P. O. Bayes and Mrs. Guy Martin of Strahan were shopping in Malvern Tuesday. ?0 days for only $1.00, Ne- braska'fl most interesting *>•*»• paper, THB OMAMA 6BB*NBW8, dally and Sunday, by mall on ral route* only. This o«er H ed. Bead in your order TODAY. 40tf. Mrs. Ida Reynolds of Elliott was a business visitor in town Tuesday In the Interests of the Royal Neighbor lodge. Misses Oretchen Oldley, Alice MeNulty, Blllle McNulty, and Mrs. j. W. McNulty spent Saturday In Omaha on business. C. W. Hatton a»d waits, Rohfcft and Clyde, of Strahan were to to*n Saturday attending the Community sale and visiting with frttfds. Mr. Saiton formerly Hted here. .. . A Misses Lucille Melntyre and Margaret Berthlmer spent the week end in Harian where they were attending the ft. f. P. tl. convention of district number six. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Jeep drove to Thnrman Sunday Where they visited their son, Alta, in the automobile business there. HI Knot of Council Bluffs visited Sunday in the H. t, Seattle home. Mr. Knox was a « ch °°j- mate of James Seattle at the University of Iowa. Earl Conrad from down near Strahan was In Tuesday and tt. <Hffinu -fejfc- fatJQjA on pOBT rfcacfrwl tfc* ot th* great- Kill cottihttted in t»e forgotten peti- govefft«*nt ttfe Matter* t*lt ittftd th-e sn*m«r fttf home oft «*«6* ****«*»«*«% datfglrtef, Mrs. H. H. High Sat* farm north of Hasting*. ArtO town Saturday oi Ta%OT *as In attending the and Mrs. Otto ttail and »otof«d to Shift** doah Saturday read *t tM An«a Mirt, «»«*«•* the wee* end was acc " Used Dimuau v» »D •« * *_* called to advertise for one of his horses, a Wg black, that had wandered away a few days ago and up to the present he had found no trace ot him. E C. Walker and family of Sioux City were over Sunday visitors in the Chas. Parks home and with other relatives In Malvern. . . 4. Mrs. Lulu Duerr and daughters, Elizabeth and Harriett, ot Council Bluffs were guests Sunday afternoon ot Mrs. A. A. Benton and family. A visit with Joe Wearln at the Edmnndson hospital In Council Bluffs Saturday, showed that Joe was improving rapidly and again able to visit with his friends and enjoy a Joke much like his old self. Mr. Wearin has had a pretty tough siege of sickness but is coming back all right and we hope to see him at home again soon. Francis Pace has been transferred to Red Oak where he goes as manager for the distributing plant of the National Refining company at that place. He will be succeeded In the plant station here by Earl Caldwell, who returns here fr»m Council Bluffs. We are pleased to note Mr. Pace's promotion. He went to Red Oak Tuesday to take up his new dutieii. Our good friend M. T. Davis is able to be out and around again after a two weeks illness in his home with pneumonia. He is still pretty weak but is gaining strength rapidly. The Lynn Parker home near Wesley Chapel is quarantined for So^in^M^Marth* ftan- Mr. and Mrs. deotge ftoienteld and son. Oeorge lit drove to feel- ley fHday for a week endvisit with relatives, they returned Sunday and were from tndlanola by• l «s and son, Dwlght who are Itlng Mrs. Morris's daugL. Mrs. Wallace Salyets, and family Miss Haiel Owens and: Betty Bargef of the East Liberty neighborhood came Into town Saturday morning and together with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ester- qulst drove to Shenandoah and spent the day. Mrs. Drue Baldwin who has been visiting in Red Oak for the Cuttougn WasMn, Wisnlngto* ft*stlt*a««* Apfll «, ike wit tfc* iirtrd of dren all Of wBtttt nave preceded her In death. ta 1861 the family moved the old Pease fam in Pennsyl- tanla to L6* cftnftty, Io*a. Anna tana o , . Pease was educated in tfce public schools and in a girls' seminary in Mount Pleasant, Iowa. She was JnaWled Dec. 20, 1888 to Lebbeus Ciafk. they set . ni > » Chrlstlaa hom«i 1» the neighbof hood where they had spent the! youthful years. became cltteen past few weeks, was ovef Tnes- past *c-« T. v™.—*,-• — day attending Mr«. CiarKs -- w . ^ nft ^ «» "-r-: —-' "t*-**., neral and visiting with he? *£ «le, and Miss Sadie at home in 1886 they of Mills county. , She leaves to mourn her los eight sons: J. P. of Olenwood W. 6. of York, Nebr., L. A, o Woodbine, 8. J. of Omaha, J. » of ttendetson, Abner of Clarlnda ^red ot Hastings, ttarry of Ta bor; and four daughters: Mrs. F. tt. Boggess of Red Oak. Mrs W of Maltrern, Miss tot THOROUGHLY RECONDITIONED and REPAINTED and that means you'll find GOOD cars in this group ready to give youmiles of carefree service. Be sure to look them over. Included are; FORDS 1931 Coupe (driven only 7000 miles.) 1930 Tudor Sedan, 1930 Roadster. 3 1929 Tudor Sedans, 1929 Roadster, 1929 Coupe, 1929 Chevrolet Coupe, 1931 Fordson Tractor, A few others at latest report was getting along well. Beautiful New Dresses Arriving. Lovely styles for wear now and all through the summer months. Priced $6.96 and up at SS" Mr* C M? rollett of this puce and Mrs. M, J. Williams, and Mrs. Frances CroOkham ot Glenwood who were here also. Mrs. Fred Farquhar and Elinor, Mrs. Frank Juelke and Mary Louise and Miss Katherine Caldwell were in Omaha Friday and attended a part of the Inter-state spelling contest. Mary Louise will represent Malvern in a similar contest in Des Molnes next week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Allely, and Miss Hllder Wederquist attended the anniversary celebration ot the founding ot the I. p. O. F. lodge held at Randolph Monday night. Mrs. Spencer Brooks Is visiting friends and relatives in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Dye of Omaha came down Saturday for a week end visit. While here Mrs. Dye had dental work done. Harry Allely Br. was most pleasantly remembered Saturday night by a group of friends from Sidney, Randolph, and Tabor, who came in to spend the evening and help celebrate his birthday. . Prof, and Mrs. T .M. Foy and family of New Hampton motored down Sunday and spent the *" dren. me, »uu JU»OQ *»•«•»« — A*... of whom were present at the services. A daughter, Alice Marie, preceded her in May, 1901. She also leaves twenty-two grandcm!* dren and twelve great grandchii- Her husband preceded her in February, 1912. Very early In life she united with the Presbyterian church oi Sharon, Lee county, Iowa. She has been a member of the Malvern Presbyterian church during her entire residence in Mills county. For the past seventeen years her home has been in Malvern where she made many friends who will mourn her pass- Ing. Mrs. Clark's life centered in her home and while not active in civic affairs, she was vitally Interested in the things that stood for the betterment of the community. Calm and unperturbe* she met the problems ot every day life wtth an unswerving faith Optimistic, genial, and unselfish Mrs. Clark leaves to her children and friends the heritage of a lite well spent in service to her God and to others. :OWn council B"*"r™i-T-r it eflroiottaBty afotnd Mayor u- WHtfteld's otic* and sat *s Board of Retiew. Present was Assessor B. tteyM With htt thielt chunks of assessor's toots. P*«e*t atto eleet , oil were three ft* tout t« f M** triect come to foles their objections to assessments made. Objections in most instances were because of raised valua tions, advised by the council after consideration of circumstances !n practically all of the case Wednesday evening satisfactory conclusions were feached. problem before the town coun cil, and ail other taxing bodies is to keep a sufficient source o revenue to enable them to main tain and operate the several in stltuttons and functions of th municipality, in times of falling I values, of enforced mlllage reduc* tiont, this is particularly difficult. The fault belongs to no Individ* ual, taxing body or tax payers, >nt to the system of raising gov* '<*»* ernmental revenue now in vogue fc N among local and county bodies. Play at HilUdale Church Tonight s rov»*vi> With tfrtS ftp^sraltoij ot ttftti JBBfgSJsf.tti cotrtrtry fate* tW» 11e I iei&t* p*f ounce. ffovfd«d tot In the retinv« act of Httt y*af. Mr. Mead has served »otl« that fc* *m Hrtrttftitce a rtrt to rtst»ft S-esni pt>ttaf* dot- pi'isi^n* sjfiSSIal session ot bered LEGISLATORS Young People Preparing to Give a Three Act Comedy The young people of the Hillsdale church will present a three act comedy, "A Poor Married Man," at the church this (Thursday) evening. The cast features eight young ladies of that community and between act specialties will be an additional feature of the evening. The proceeds will go to help defray expenses of the church. The cast includes the follow ing: Billy Blake, college boy, Leona Hammers. ' Rosalind Wilson, college reporter, Virginia Slaughter. Jupiter Jackson, black servant Virginia Anthony. Mrs. lona Ford, mother-in-law Laura Hilton. Zoie Ford, the daughter, Beu ah Wheeler, Prof, John B. Wise, Montezuma and a former teacher) in the Mt. Vernon school south-, west ot town. Fred Hetzel of Randolph visited Sunday morning at the ohnston oil • -- (Continued from pice I ) 'Charles Summers home. Mrs. C. O. Nickols Apparel Shop, Mr> an a Mrs. lyuuls Wederqulst Bhenandoah. adv. an a goni Donald Louis, and Mr. I Bernlce, Ocle, and Velma Jean and Mrs. Roger Norval of Ran- I Caudell, Fern Alberts, and Ralph I a o iph we re Sunday visitors at the Bower drove down to Savannah, I,Robert Campbell home. Mo. Sunday morning to visit Mrs. Mt BS Hildor Wederqulst of Roy Caudell In the hospital Randolph came Monday for an here. They found her getting along as well as possible at this time, but she will have to be there at least two weeks longer. Mr. Caudell who came home Saturday evening, returned yesterday so as to be near her. Friday evening several girls of the third and fourth grades in our school'put on overalls and sweat- Official been salaries have been state drastically cut, and the budget reduced over 3% million indefinite stay with Mrs. H. O. Allely. Duane Huey, seven year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huey, met with an accident out at the golt course last Wednesday evening. He was struck in the face with a golf club in the hands of a companion, cutting a gash on his nose that required several ovuuv/t J/HV v*+ w> »»»**•«» ****** w *i •*•** I JJJQ ufjao LUal. J 0141411 01* oo era, took their lunch and went to pitches to close the wound, the Hasselquist timber south of smart New Hats "~ town to gather wild flowers, .atyjes in brims and Those In the party were: Caw navy, gray, black, beige, brown, lyn Hall, Betty Jeanne Smith, | an( | white.— Mrs. C. O, Nlckols Salyers Phone 16 Auto Co. Malvcrn I Apparel Shop, Shenandoah. adv. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Johnson ot dollars annually. The governor has been given greatly increased powers. The tax reduction program has been put over to the extent of an estimated 125,000,000 saving in state, county and local expen ditures, and a new committee will study still further reductions, to be considered in August. Official mileage has been reduced from 7c to So per mile, AH secondary road construction levies have been made op tional. These are among the major en actments, with many minor one of lesser importance. Beyond question the Assembl Adorable I *** face d Us many difficult prob- turbans in I*" 8 w ' tb an honest desire t remedy them, and with seemln success. Only time can tell th full result. reduction, beer, mortgage June Graham, his charming aughter, Mable Coffee. The curtain rising feature will >e selections by the jMalvern- HUlsdale male quartet'compoaed of Allen Wortman, Lloyd Short, Walter Pbelps, and Clifford Dll- ebay. Features between acts will be a vocal solo by Wm, H, T. Wel- >ona ot Olenwood and a violin Betty Lou Barkus, Shirley Ba con, Evelyn Gray, and Jane John--. j^-. ana wra. A. M, (imiusuu «H , *— — •---:':•• :~;" ,";';;-"" son. Mrs. "Sandy" Walker was council Bluffs motored down to insurance and bank legislation o chaperone, the C. L. Williams home Friday °°« r8e lead tu Merest, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Walker and wH h Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Smith ot ———« ,- ^. children, Darwin and Pbyllss Sloux city who came tor a visit. Clever Cooks HoW Firat an attendance urged precinct. The meeting into township of . and elected a ehaif»*tt mlttee of three tor each They are as follows: Henderson: R. O. " of r». c ' 4 , i . Byere, T. D. Phillips, and Mr* 'Be'ntonl'Marion Wltoofl, *• Clark, Claude E. Wilson, ah Emerson: ClydeWaffe«. Pearle MeLaln, dtttottt ChjWjjT. W. A. Smith* and R. W. Dati*. East Deer Cfeek will work with Emerson. . Center: Oeorge Phelpi, Mrs, A. H. Culver, L. L. Richardson, W, C. Van Orsdel. Malvern — first ward: rwd Farquhar, Mrs. J. 0. Laird, Rat, , R. Bobbltt, Miss Marion Black, Second ward! L. A. falbott, Mr*. Harry Nelson, Miss Alice Bently, and Rev. R. E. Gugeler. West Oak: R. O. Jackson, *tr«. 8. P. Btranathan, Paul Rowe and Mrs. A. M. McCluskey. Silver City: Rev. F. O. Barnes chairman, Mrs. R. P. Oalt. Oak: E. P. Bobbltt, Mrs. J. F.i Klnney. Glenwood: First Ward: Rev. Dobson; Second Ward: A, 8. Workman, Mrs. M. J. Williams: Third Ward, Rev. Lippltt, Mrs. Anna Kemp, Roy Lewis, Dr. Q. M. Agan. White Cloud and West Deer Creek: Mrs. W. S. Bradley, Elmer Fickel, Verne Matthews and W. W. Molsberry. The following have not been organised but a temporary chairman has been named and Is asked to further the organisation: Rawlea: R. C. May berry, Den nis Ward, Mayo Bass, Ray Eieh 'elberger. Silver Creek: ft»« -wtote fciftotf ef the pot- Ut settle*, ttotA thft &ft of Ben- iatnin frftnfcftft down to the present, shews that attempts to wipe out ot feduee the deficit in postal feveftnes through increasing the fate oi postage oft letters has in every Instance produced the ei- act 6Wo*He effect tram that de* ««a»Aittt to Mr. Mead. Aa essayist says he can think of nothing mote thistly than the modern feminine hat. Perhaps not, but we hate moments of depression when We feat that somebody solo by Mrs. Malvern. Oeorge Hilton of Tour ad In Tne Leaser worth two on the fence. Martin, R, Hyde. Olenwood township: Clarence B. Day. Plattville: Ben Lincoln, W, A Fisher, Rev. Pettlt, George A Stille. St. Marys: Robert Poore. Lyons: Carl Pbelps. A Chicago physician says alcohol la full of musical vibrations phenomena noticed particular!} between the hours of l and 4 a. m. — Rochester Times-Union. ft I/MI Af rOR BREAKFAST Mdi for *P Efficient Dcy's Work SavVSAUSAGE letting BACON LAMB CHOPS Enticing breakfast STEAKS and other cuts AT , . — , Ba fb on> 10c to 20o Home Killed Corn Fed Baby Beef City Moil Mirkit Malvem ( U. Phone 58 Ann, of Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith of Red Oak were supper guests Saturday evening in the Forrest Smith home, ,0toe Food Demonstration here Friaay Radio Entertainers Free Prima Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Williams are aisters. Mr. and Mrs. Will Holtz and daughter, Lois, of Shelby visited Sunday at the C, L. Williams home. Mr, Holtz had been attend ing a shooting match at Council Bluffs and while so near came on down for a visit with their relatives. Valda HoWen, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Holden, seems to be most unfortunate. She Ja now nursing a broken right Meeting of Year April 7 The Clever Cooks of Anderson township held their first 4*H club meeting of this year April 7 at the home ot Jeanette Luther. A very enthusiastic bunch of girls listened to their leader, Mrs. Ward Fickel, read the goal o! the Mills county program for this year. The music memory books were caused while playing at school- Five months ago she had the same arm broken. told how to tes£ Birthday S for ill Skinner About thirty of the friends aad neighbors of Merrill Skluner joined in a surprise party for j.vw^"v »w «« "va f* wy3F (ByTW T^ »^» ^i-ww at tits hog»e naar silver city last Thursday evening aad gave him a real celebration for hl« bit " The evening was spout cards aad other games ol caHe w, were 8J9rv«4 at tha close of evening, II wai» very pleasantly evening tbroughoiit »ft«J guestw jQlu ui in wlibtoi mftyn auclL tian^y lMflailo|i the given out. Mrs. Fickel .,. .. material to see if It was pure eillt or wool, also bow to test material fpr shrinking and fading. A lesson was given on altering sleeve patterns. A plain sleeve pattern was the toundatloa; tben by changing U can to made Into, a tucked, shirred or puffed sleeve. After the lesson, a business meeting was held aftd new officers were elected fpr the coming year. Just as the meetljjg va* nearly Mrs, OUatou Parkar, oawe carrys Why You Should UN» Petroleum Product* The Sinclair Refining company first started in operation in 1916, Today they are the second largest refluery tn the world. The com" pany they stand second to today has been in operation over sixty years. If they gain as fast accordingly In the next two years as they have in the past sixteen years, they will be the largest refinery in the world, What has been the cause of their fast advancement T Quality of their products and treatment of their customers. According to the U. 8. government test, the Sinclair Opaline oil is the purest p&raflne base oil on the market. The government teats show that U is as bigb In quality as the best of the pure Pennsylvania oils. The United St given the Sinclair Refining com pany the contract to furnish, with gasoline successive year, ware very which praved to b» Iri«W^ «Bi4». WHftiWi. mm lu JJ» W* have oua of tbj Kattwn *tata« loj- tuajy yaari, U k R ow» tj) ol ajtfyicyi iS.t§iii B.tlMB M*xl»i Uu, U t favar, w« ten wUb u» 1 t maktita i fff»^ mmT BerWiimer fifty of the leading railroads rely on Sinclair products. " »y are i&9 «njy re|n^ery w _, .^~ all the petroleum Jelly 041 of their oils. By ioieg this «U cjUTf fe»nt tft cold '" start wwb easier. ' «Uei!y is u« ii GAP mnto» KfitB iWSM tOftw^/fv 9>W*8p 4P ju* t»r» to^a watary

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