The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on April 27, 1933 · Page 6
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PAGfcSt* THE MALVfiRff LfcABfeft, MALVEftN, tdWA, APftlL 41 1945 S T R A H A N New* af the Stf ahafl Consolidated School Seniors Ertj<sy Pfetttfe and Clan flat Friday the senior* enjoyed their picture and class day. They atitoed to Red Oak where they had their pictures taken at the Carlson studios. At noon they enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Chantaaqna part. From there they autoed to Porters lake near Sheiiandoah where they spent the rest of the afternoon roller akat ing, boat riding, and other amusements. In the evening they enjoyed another picnic at the Shenandoah fair grounds. They then attended a show at the State theater. All report a fine time in spite of the bumps they received from skating and all are anxiously awaiting the arrival of the pic- tared which they hope Will be good. Virgil Hammack. Pins Presented to Declamatory Winner* Tuesday morning Mr. Molsberry presented pins to the winners In declamatory for this year. They are very pretty and mean a great deal to the people who won them. Those who were awarded pins are: Mary Oldtey, humorous Delmas Costello, oratorical; Lll Han Bradley, dramatic. Las years winners also received pins Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. Hlett, M?. and Mr*. Ivan Chaffee and children, jack and fatty, of Fall* City, Nebr. were Sunday guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Orvll Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Aliens- worth and son, Carrol, of Henderson were Sunday dinner guest* In the home of Mr. and Mr*. Ray Allensworth. Bnford Pettlgrew ha* been laid off from the agency of the Wabash depot here. Mr. Wflker- son of Council Bint* is the present agent. Mr. Pettlgrew ha* been agent here since the death of J. W. Walton who held this position for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Pettigrew are as yet undecided what they will do a* they own their own home here in Strahan. and Mr*, woisfteffy «*• tertafned the fottowteg fit di last Strndfty: Mr. a*d Mr*. Howard Kayton, Mr. a*d Mr*. Chas. Kayton, and Mr. and Mr*. Fred ff&wefi and BOH, Frederic. Sunday dinner gtfesfs at the home of Mr. and Mr*. Hugo Seipold Were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Seipoia, Mr. aftd Mr*. Walter Kttop, and Albert Seipold, and Erfta Lett. Mrs. Jesse Wilson and daughter, Mr*. Ed fraget, and Mr*. Harvey Watts and baby Were shopping in Shenandoah Monday. j. H. Bolph, north of Strahan, ha* been very sick for a number of day* past from the meates. Hi* daughter, Ellen, contracted them at school first, then her father was the next victim in the home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laughlln were Shenandoah shopper* last Tuesday. Miss Dorothy Nagel was a week end visitor in the home of Maxlne Bell. EMERSON Eastern Star Initiate* ttarleen Butcher, little daugh- Two Meeting __ j_ JJ_ -:• Business Leaders o CHAS, MAMfiSCH "Yo* Sate ftefi fi*cAa*« Ch Af 1**' Ov*rfi**d i. Law§f* Pr,ort« 1S3-F23 Stf*t»*ft Here It a man in bnsfness *h6fiHl» store ft fcfftte e**e«. *fe Is really * business man and has made « splendid record By featuring; advertised qnaftty fter- ehandtse at right prices aftd ***- dering splendid service. Mr. tiamtseh's overhead fa lo* and his customers receive the benefit, ton can always depend oh the highest price fof eggs and produce ftt this Btofe. Many of his customers advise the writer that they secure better prices at the Hainbsch store than are offered in the larger town*. Why not be one of his satisfied customers f Me is in Strahan 386 days in the year to serve you. gives W* c««e«M*s real servfee and a square deal the year ftfotrnd. We sfftcefety reeett- mend Mr. ffambsen's merchandise, his clean oat btttrtftewr t*>1- teles and general pertonaHty and service. ttts n*»e ia **»i and fatefaWy *no*n and he feat gained a spl*** did repataltoft fof dependable good* at rock bottom pfiees. He has sefted you well and faiths fully and famishes food tter- chandlse fight at yoar door, to to speak, and certainty he merits your patronage. f*atr»atee yen* home stc**, it pay*. RAY FEED & PRODUCE CO, WANTS YOUR PRODUCE Gooche'* Best Poultry Feed* Always Satisfy Glenwood the farmer who sticks to the for eggs, cream, poultry and pro* ,»„«„ ffea* o*-o <n( OfOdt 0H (tt f . M. The baseball game with Wale was postponed until May 2. They play Anderson there Wednesday April 26. Fifth and Sixth Grades Lorraine Thomas Is back this week being out two weeks with the measles John Judah hurt his arm last week while playing ball. The sixth grade Language class have been making posters. Each has a different subject to adver tise. Lewis Conrad, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Conrad, returned home last Thursday from the Edmundson hospital where he had undergone an operation for removal of tonsils. Lewis has been a great sufferer for the past winter months from rheumatism and his doctor advised the tonsil operation as a relief. We hope he will be benefltted by It. Mrs. C. F, Davis visited Sun- The Order of the Eastern Star held a special meeting last Tun*day evening for the purpose of Initiating two candidate*. Mr*. Freda Douglas and Dr. A. K- Stokes Into the order. The Red Oak chapter **» invited and quite a delegation camo over. They were Gladys McOrwr, Victoria Peck, Blanche Brayton. Ceclle Brammock. Mrs. Bert*, Schmidt, Gertrude Johnson, N>1- Ite Pence, Lydla Jensen, Flort»ne*i Barnett, Enola Gunter, L*l« Mullen, Will Mlllen. J. D. Barnett and E. H. Gunter. After the work all were Invited to the banquet room where a bountiful pot luck supper was served. The tables were prettily decorated with vases of artificial flowers. Those on the committee were Pearl McLaln, Hebe Edle, Mabel Morrison, Edna Glllen, Wilbur Morrison and Albert Edle. Seventy plates were served. Thursday after school. Thirty* pljrht children were present. An- r»\ food rak* and Ice cream were a , ** T * A. B. Judson of Balfour was n town Monday. M. E. Cupp and family drove o Thurroan Sunday to visit in be old home. A sou was born to Mr. and Mrs. Seth Bell wood Saturday, April 22. We extend congratulations. JWrs. Strayer Summers. Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Mayfleld and two boys of Tahor were Sunday dinner guests In the home of •their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Irvin. Sunday guests at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Will Wolfe were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones of Malvern, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Minis, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Sal- yera, Gene Bryant and children, Wilbur D. Kayton of Malvern, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kayton. Mr. Wolfe is able to be up and out of doors part of the time although he tires very easily, Mr. and Mrs. Wood Vestal and son, Franklin, autoed to Wales last Sunday for a visit at the - home of their children, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Vestal. Clifford has been principal ot the Wales school for a number of years and this year he was elected superintendent. We are certainly glad to Mr. and Mrs, E. B. Comer Mrs. J. E. Waymlre and children spent Saturday afternoon in Stanton. Mrs. A. W. Coppage of Stanton spent Saturday here in the home of her son, D, C. Coppage. Mrs. W. H. Cramer spent last week In Elliott helping care for her mother who has been sick. Don't fors*t the American Le* Auxiliary ran sewing ken* at th« Methodist church »ft«>rn«H>n, Lunch lOc per r*misf*»n twfins promptly J:$ifc <Tetoek. E. church at their UM Thursday afternoon with a irood attendance. Miss Huret l*»ter*on w*at to Shtmandoah Monday when- she has accepted a position In Kyrle's beauty shop. There was a fine delegation from Emerson attended th« big temperance meeting, anti-repeal, at Malvern Sunday afternoon and they report a very enthusiastic meeting and a strong organisa- tion effected. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Evans and Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Evans are spending a few days visiting relatives In Illinois. Mrs. Alva Ballaln and baby returned home Tuesday from Council Bluffs where she spent a few days visiting her parents. Mrs. Lottie Thrapp was a Red Oak visitor Monday. I. R. Edle and Fred Whitford were Red Oak visitors Monday morning. Mrs. Floy Young of Hastings Miss Irene Cole came down from Council Bluffs Saturday to visit her father, E, E, Cole. Irene Is attending Boyle's college. Those attending the southwest Iowa Baptist Young People's rally at Harlan from the Emerson chapter were Ralph, Doris, Ruth and Homer Good, Dorothea Mr. and Mrs. Wilt Gammon of. Lakin. Ruth Cheney, Miss Mary Pacific Junction spent Sunday, Arneel and Ivan Salmons. They ' Friday mother, Mrs. Lydla with her Good. Mrs. C. F. Barns and son, John, of Elliott spent Sunday here with her sister, Mrs. Richard Crofton. Darwin Hascall went to Haw- tUorne Sunday to spend a few days in the borne of his uncle, Chas. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Evans were In Omaha Friday where Mrs. Evans had some dental work done. Mrs, Minnie Whlsler was a Red hear of his promotion as he had Oak vlaltor Thursday morning, worked hard and faithfully, and! Mrs< Kate Steen and grandson, we wish him every success in his | 8 illy - went to Lavlnla to visit the Wo... „,„_!, I former's son and the latter's father. They returned home Sun^ day, Elmer Larson was a Red Oak visitor Thursday morning. Mrs. Ivan Salmons returned home Tuesday from Sioux City several weeks I'went to Harlan Friday evening j'and returned home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Greenwood returned Saturday from Osceola, Nebr., where they spent a few days with their son Charles. Mrs. Hayden Clark of Hastings spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs.- Jack Cupp. Mrs. M. E. Cupp and daughter Marilyn, Miss Pearl Lang, Mrs. Nannie Post, Mrs, Ira Cheney and daughters Eleanor and Kath* leen were Red Oak visitors Mon* day, work. Miss Vera Pollltt spent the past week in the home of her sister, Mrs. Howard Allensworth. BRIGHT WOMAN LOST 20 POUNDS Feels Much Better "Juno 28tli, IH3SS, I started taking Knischen Suits, Have lost 20 jwuuds front June ggth to Jan. 10, Feel better than have felt for four years. W«s under doctors M*VO far several months. He I hud gull stones uuU should operutiou, Krusoheu aid ftU more ttitin I expectwl." Mrs. J^ute liright, Walker, Mluu. (Jail. JO, 1833). To lose fat and at the same time gain In physical attractiveness and fee) spirited and youthful take one half leaspoonful ot Kruschen In Kruschen In a glass of hot water j i, . . • ! before breakfast every morning. " e «tenberg. where she spent with relatives. John Moates of Prescott spent Saturday here with friends. John Mitchell and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Landers of Omaha spent Saturday here with friends. Supt. and Mrs. B. H. Paxson spent Saturday and Sunday in Des Moines. Mrs. Harold Sowers was a Red Oak visitor Thursday afternoon. Miss Euarda Huntsman spent Sunday with her parents near Stennett. Scotty Huntsman moved the last of the week from the R. E. Dunn house to the Davis house vacated a month ago by E. B. A Jar that lasts. 4 weeks costs! Those going to Redfleld Friday but a trifle at any drugstore in evening to attend the district de- tbe world but be sure and get clamntory contest were Rev and Kruscfaeu Salts the SAFE way to Mrs. L. E. Rluley and son Blllv reduce wide .hips, prominent | S upt. and M« B H PaS w ™' et the flrst ,*'**'* nainew. Billy took part «W « *• w««rt aud placed third Sheriff's Sale BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION directed to me from the of' flee of the Clerk of the District Court of Mills County, Iowa on a judgment obtained in said court, on the 7th day of September, J932, In favor of Salyers Auto Company as Plaintiff and against Robert P. Robbins as Defendant, for the sum of 1745.20 and costs, taxed at $1.50 and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real Estate situated liv Mills County, Iowa, taken as the property of said Defendant to satisfy said execution to-wlt: Beginning at a point 14§Q feet West of the North-East Corner of the South-East Quarter (SE%) of the North- West Quarter (NW%) of Section Twenty-Six (36) Thence West 608.6 feet, Tnence South 18?0 feet. Thence East 608,6 feet. Thence North 1330 feet to the place of beginning, The same being that part of l^ot Four (4) lying in the South-Half of the N o r t h - W e s t Quarter (NWH) of said Section Twenty-Six (?9) All In Township Seventy-Two (78) Range Forty-One (41) Mills County, Iowa, ana will otter the same foi mil* to the highest bidder for cash. in. band at the Court Home to QI«U. wood, Iowa, on tha »0th day « May, A. a, i9n t Uetwaaa tb tours of g o'clw* B. m. *u4 4 o'clock p. «. of said day, WM»* at 4»y, wb.au anj will tea oj by tb« uu- ,, ittb day ol *Jftt ft. II W« el cow, greater prosperity than the grain farmer from year to year, and eft* joys a steady Income. Produce prices are low at this time, but at that they are better than grain and hog prices. Cream, eggs, butter and poultry are consumed by 100 per cent of the population and are bound to advance in price. The Ray Peed & Produce Co. have served the farmers and dairymen long and faithfully and have always paid the high dollar Mills county's prosperity and will co-operate with their farmer friends in any way to promote greater prosperity. Feel free to consult them at any time on any poultry or produce problem. Phone them when you need their services or have produce to offer. The Ray Peed ft Produce Co. pay the high dollar for your cream, poultry or eggs at all times and Bell Oooche's Best Poultry Feeds at rock bottom prices. P. B. LAIRD & SON Hardware, Implements, Pumps and Windmill* You can always get it here and usually for less. TABOR Take your paint problems to The Laird & Son Hardware Co. has always been one of the prominent places in Tabor. They carry a complete line ot standard makes of the world's best manufacturers and conduct an up-to-date establishment and are prepared to take care of your needs In a thorough and efficient manner. This store adds much to the efficiency of Tabor as a trade center and is the headquarters for many people from the surrounding community. They carry a complete line of Hardware, Du Point Paints, Implements, Guns, Ammunition, Tinware and Building Supplies, They hare a big line of stoves, ranges .ami Dn* Laird & Son. They can be of service to you on painting costs and the best paint suited to your needs. They also handle McCormlck- Deerlng farm machinery, and repairs. They render first class machinery repair and sales service. Day or night, they are ready to serve you with a smile, and best of all, they know their "oil." All work guaranteed. This great harvester company is ably represented in this locality by Laird & Son Hardware at Tabor, We know that dealings GHAS. GtPfi, *** THE FARMERS STATE V<mf STRAMAN, IOWA Oecopytog * *t*c« tst of fffrfl nest "»d~ftnaneiat «&&*»«* tfcai hare made tM« territory * tuttef place to lire tn stands the Farmers state Bank, a place won through merit of performance. This bank is a striking; «*ample of substantial and conservative banking, tt is ait tution of progfess — one . which the community depends — not only as a depository for money but for financial leader* ship. The offices and directors have been fof years In the service of the people and the *lde e»- pefienee thus gained has added to the attractiveness o! its service. Familiar with the needs and Qem&fraS 1 OT tBF6 this testfe* 0! ir&S&tftlt vf tftftlf ftffsg tfon *ith local interests it is ftot straftB* that this inrtitntton onft ol the msst popnla? with the reliable and eon«»rva-> tire depositor* of this section. tf re« have money to deposit the Farmer* State Bank tt ft «afe depository, this bank has clients from all the territory MffbundV ing the town of strahan and ad* Joining trade territory, ft* welt a* from other part* of Milt* and Fremont conntles. The Farmers State Bank is Called "the Bank that backs the farmer." In tact, this bank does all that you could reasonably expect ft GOOD bank to do. PAUL ARMSTRONG Selected Groeefie* Pay Cadi anil Pay Let* By selling for cash they are enabled to offer the highest grade of Food Product* at the most reft* tonable price*. They hare the interest of Randolph and commu* nity at heart and endeavor to do a large volume at ft small profit. Mr. Armstrong endeavor* at all time* to care for the food want* of the community by offering a select offering of staple and fancy groceries, fruits and vegetables from the World's market* at lowest prevailing prices. His stock is as near you as your telephone and it is his desire to serve you in the best possible manner. In studying the needs of these people Paul Armstrong has learn* ed many things. Important among these Is that as complete a stock as possible must be kept on hand at all times and each RANDOLPH customer must be given the same attention. These features hare become a part of the business policy to please the public at alt costs, Such service is bound to reap dividend*. The fixtures and furniture at Armstrong's are such that they aid in expeditious handling of all stocks and make it a rery convenient store from which to buy. In this review we are pleased to refer the Armstrong Cash Grocery to all readers. They and their employees are never too busy to pass the time of the day with you or say "Hello" to a friend who may be a visitor, These elements in their disposition could not but help to make this concern popular. If makes tt isn't good it Good," Armstrong ESTES COFFEE SHOP Phon« 131 - TABOR The Best in Food and Refreshments Good Beer and DELIGHTFUL SANDWICHES Prompt Courteous Service People used to say "meet me at _ _ * •*••»>TL t L ** *• * 1 ,3j^ A flM.±« ^ ESTES BEAUTY SHOP Phone 55 for Appointment Here will be found the most distinctive beauty shop which has gained a well merited patronage from among the most discriminating matrons and misses, not only ot Tabor, but from the smaller towns and surrounding country. Study and experience on • the part of the operators here places this beauty shop in the rank of professionals in their line, and they are thoroughly competent to advise patrons as to the treatment which will best respond to their particular case. The operators at the Bates Beauty Shop are especially skilled and equipped for the modern care of the hair as well as the highest kind of TABOR facial treatments known to the cosmetician's art. The permanent waving specialist has come to the defense of the country girl and her city sister alike, and both the social and business woman of today demands the full value of correct personal appearance. The modern beauty shop is no small item in the commercial life of the community today and the artists at the Estes Beauty Shop will multiply your BOQd points and materially decrease your bad ones. Give them a trial, Phone 55 Tabor for appointment today. Prompt, courteous service, "A ways at Your Service All Ways, RED & WHITE STORE Originators of Low Price§ on Good Foods in RANDOLPH Making better "known to our readers; the Red * White Gro* eery that has long been associated in the minds of the buying Public in the Randolph community. They serve tb« community with the best that money ca u buy in merchandise. They know what merchandise will please the cus» tpmer. They are throughout the tra.da territory of Randolph, as a $rm, that bandies the pest groceries, frulta »e4 vegetables. Step Into this store when in Randolph an4 you he surprised how far a dollar will go. This is a home Qwned store and has no connection, with a chain organisation and many advantages sot to be'fo»&4r in chain stores. Prop in and get acquainted. They will be more than glad to show you around, Their experience i» the grocery business enables then) to serve their customers and friends }R a most satisfactory wanner, Their stock of groceries i* complete at all times. They carry the best i@> lection of, fruits and vegetable*, We heartily recomwefld thle 6m to our readers, aa4 assure them, that whan IA at«4 $f »ercb»»* the Red ft White will raeals menta are to be had. Coffee is one item, that adds much to the enjoyment of a meal or lunch. This cafe specialises in "Excellent Coffee" and you ari assured of the finest coffee in town, Coffee brings more repeat business than any other food item, The Estes Coffee Shop serves delicious home made pastry to their discriminating customers, while the margin of profit Is small the satisfaction larger. is a great deal The surroundings are just the kind you will appreciate your meals or lunch in, .Come in as you are, you are always welcome at the Estes Coffee Shop. The "customer is the boss" at this cafe, and you win find your wants are well taken care of at this popular cafe. The Estes Coffee Shop cares for your hunger and thirst In a way that you will remember. WQHLNER'S The Big Store with Little Prices Goocbe's Beit Poultry Feeds ( TABOR Conveniently Jocated at Tabor ting everything 'at one place, _ is a leading Food Store, featuring at all times a large assort- meat of groceries, fruits, vegetables at reasonable prices. TJ» importance. of v having ev* erythlng .clean* and sanitary where food products are sold cannot he too emphatically stated. This store is up*to-date and modern IB every particular and has an enviable record of cleanliness and sanitation, No slipshod math* SMtaare tolerated *n.4 there is ey» ery scientific method used so that the public |§ assured that their are pure and wholesome, beat food at price*, is their policy. Tfeey have a large stock pf g> Q , and feature brands that throughout tha _ _.wMsb tiMsr stand, b*. Wad. »nj gusraatw te be the OB tee njarket, Bueh a etore this |» » great conveniejice to the as it assuf^a the» o| get- , where it is conveniently and attractively displayed. This service is equally wtl9fa.e., tory whether your orter be large or small a»d you will pe made to feel that your patronage Is 4e- sired and appreciated. There is no food star* where hotter foo4 products are sold, nor Is there a market where service i« more* pleasantly, satisfactory, We are pleased IB this review to compliment the management »?«» «*e high character ot th« establishment which is rendering a much needed 8R4 JM|Wy this and the surr0u»dJnf ttrrj lory, Their |s and they can pave 4ej?art»e»t t Tbey feature co»nj«t»* ujouey in FARMERS ELEVATOR CO STAWAAEI GROCERY CO, Feod RANDOLPH "We Pay Caib and Sell fpr dub" a was »{ m»y eleyatof.work. Farmers elevators ar$ most successful of the, institutions. Tha rscord «l company shows A He Ut tbojr. Wi wip*iriww» 04 ujmaually luia and v&ll ^ijffB^^iBHSB^* W^94K9 ^IMBMV W^fftf Tbere has it was farmers to stu* pressnt o < not htiUati ^F*V JWWJ . •'» W'KW" i WlOWff' WWW? WW» DWJf AM* ^Wfe I^Mtt iPCW'WB

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