The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on April 27, 1933 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1933
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TMEMALVtftN Imogene - S. E. Mills Mi.* Mar sartt M*ri*r Maurice Gilmore April 19 HibettttarU The LadleV Attxfflaty enter- In^n*. Aprfl 1». *** «** »*•«« «* * •« 4t 8 o'clock a very pretty wedding tots solemnized wnen Miss Margaret Mfther, oldest daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Maher, became the bride of Mstitlce Gil- inore, second oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Art onmof e. Rev. Francis Doyle performed the ring . Miss Miry i>empsey, cousin of the grown, pUyed the *eddtn* march and Clem Maher, nncle of the bride, sang Truly." 1 Ixrre ton . the attendants were Frank Ollmore, brother of the groom, and Miss Elizabeth Maher, sister ot the bride. The bride was lorely in a peach bloom silk crepe dress with accessories to match. She carried a bouquet of red bridal roses. The bridesmaid wore rose . colored silk crepe. After the ceremony a three course breakfast Was served at the home of the bride's parents. The tables were decorated with pink and white roses carrying out a pink and white color scheme. The breakfast was served by Florence and Dolores Maher, sisters of the bride, Mary Teresa Ollmore, sister ot the groom, and Mrs. Harold Maher. Rev. William Melville of Shenandoah was an out of town guest. The wedding guests consisted of the immediate families and tier. Francis Doyle and the choir and altar boys. The bride In a graduate of St. Patricks high school, class of 1932, and a very charming young lady. The groom Is an industrious young farmer and they will reside on a farm near Coin. Both young folks have lived in this community their entire lives and they take with them the best wishes of their many friends for a prosperous and happy wedded life. Mrs. Will Martin of Shenandoah spent the past week here caring for her mother, Mrs, Mary Conners, who Is 111, ***** parly Sunday night at tfce A. O. H. nail. Tne ladles plated tfce men aftd tne *fnn«r* * e Mae Maher and Mrs. Matte Hn and Bernard Slater and Henry Leonard, tne winners played a game for the prlies which the men won. After the games the crowd was invited to the ladles' club room where two long tables were ready to serve the sitty guests. A two course lunch was served consist- Ing, of sandwiches, pickles, and coffee and Ice cream and white cake. The club room was tastefully decorated for the occasion In pink and white and *prlng flowers. The ladies on the entertainment and serving committee were Mrs. Emmett Cahlll, Mr*. Frank Mew L<mcf Price standard on is ftrt*»*«M*» new motor on claimed to. fcat* rentsrtaMe performance <*««*• tertstlcs made possible by recently developed refining proe- 68808 • • ^ ^ ^ A i ffte ptoews** are known as propane «•***!«« *«d Atarj* **traction. tn the first. ro*»k4« wa*»ft« oi the ott* t* hy dissolving; th*« !« troletim « prmaf*. tn «*<»«* "* bam Mock cntitf* frartf***. i****** r.r*vlo»*ly in ***** !•*«**»•«*« »«»«*** ha* *» »**» syrs^a, -ass i Ssse-^is ut Mrs. Henry Leonard, and Mis*e* Margaret Martin and Anna Maher. ,„• v,. h**t »«d *»W ** ** tt ** ,<, osldatlon. In the language of 'the layman. It »» "long lasting Firtt Communion j»nd ">t»nd» up" even under_ the A class of fourteen little boy* | mo «.t «dter** driving » n f lUon *; and girls about seven years old! B«**n*e of Its durability the are taking Instructions for their > new motor oil Is heralded as vir- flrst communion which will b«jt n «Uy fw« from any tendency to made during the month ot M»y.i deport »iud**. On this account ——— it wilt be sold as the flrst anti* Frank Logan came up from , s , ndg ^» mrtttt oil ever made gen- Pafnell, Mo. Saturday for bis i • . .. ... .. < —. tt.» en- mother, Mrs. LUiie Logan, who; has been visiting her daughter, i .. Mrs. Ida Cassell, since the t»", £.* Slow f M*r ^^fmm^f »««i»»^^^ W^ ^•••»m^^» ^^ VBVT of Otohtictiaft of Traffic Dn*t*p, **r«fe«** Of fc4p*rinMSrt*l iroW BepWn* trirtVctMty) have a rfgftt t* drlv* at »]*«*« beW* nor»al *tr«t of highway. In driving slowly, fcowever, the drive*. SBOBW l#ep as far to the «|hi •s powrtie, when there are fol^ lowing cars; thus giving these ears opportunity to proceed by with the least danger. A gteat number of drivers op- **•»-»%<•• *-" - ~available to meet the se- drltlnn conditions prevalent neral of the letter's husband. Misses Beatrice and Freda Bolton spent Sunday wltti Misses Gladys and Mae Bryan. Wayne Hanklns who assists his brother-in-law, Ed Stenger, with his store at Climax spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8. B. Hankins. Mrs. Mlcheal Martin and son, Joseph, and Miss Anna Maher accompanied their sister, Mrs. Arthur McDermott, and son, Joe, to Council Bluffs last Tuesday where Mrs. McDermott and son took the train for their home at Newton. Mrs. Will Kenward and family ot Red Oak spent Sunday here with relatives. Mrs. L>. E. Outschenritter spent a few days last week in Red Dak with her mother, Mr*. Kate Hlg- gins, who is quite poorly. Frank Saner and daughter, Mary, of Stanton spent Sunday here with relative*. Rep. E. P. Laughlin and daughter, Lucille, who was hi* secretary and V. M. Saner, assls- ,,«. MW oil will be *nown as Uo-VU D." the letter dlstln- ruUhlBS U from the Iso-VIs previously sold. Sell* for Leas Meeting the demand of the times tor low prices, the company has already announced that, in golte ot the improvements, the new oil will sell at five cents a quart less than the old, or 25 c\mts. Polarlne. the "cond-prlce oil. has also been lowered to 20 cents a quart. An extensive advertising and educational program has been undertaken in connection with introduction ot the product. Motorists will be shown the nature of sludge deposits in engines and the unique manner in which tne new oil prevents sludging trouble*. . „_., The mixture ot road grit, water, and worn-out oil which accumulates in crankcases has long been known a* the enemy of motor* and the cause of engine* wearing out before their time, The company will u*e in it* ad- A carpenter with little work solicited job* by telephone. In fix week* through tele* phone call* he got work which mud* him 1238. A telephone help* §*t work, give* protw- tie** Mvtj tripj ajid money, Jt wte only M their duties at the state house In Des Molnes and returned home Friday. Ed Stenger who operates a truck through here has moved his family from Coburg to Climax. They will live In rooms over the store. His nncle will operate his store in Coburg, Joe McQargill and family have moved from the Jto Sweeney house to the Doyle property. Mlsa Louise Outscbenrttter spent a few days last week in Red Oak. Mr, and Mrs, Kelly Bolton spent Sunday In the Clyde Heaton home. Mr, and Mrs. John O'Conner and daughters, Mary, Jane, and Carmelita, and Mr, and Mrs, Chan Shea of Malloy drove over Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. T. G. O'Conner and James. Mary Jane remained to enter first communion class, Mr. and Mrs, Eddie Gutschenritter moved the latter part of the week to the Glenn Rogers farm, Joe Laughlin Sr. was quite badly burned on the bands one day last week when a gasoline engine be was filling backfired and caused an explosion. Mrs, T. G. O'Conner and James drove to Omaha last Tuesday tak ing Miss Anna Marie back to St. Marys school after spending her Easter vacation here. They also visited Mrs. Lizzie McGarglll. Sunday, April so, being set 1 aside as "President's Day," St. Patricks Catholic church offers all the prayers and services of the day for the welfare of our president) Franklin D. Roosevelt. Leo Maher has started plant* ing corn and a great many more I are ready to and will start the latter part of the week. Ground seems in go,o4 condition but good rain would he very welcome in this locality. Mary, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Maher, has been very sick with the flu and Mary Delehaot of Bheaandoah was here last week caring for her. John Pempaey spent last 8w< day in Tarkip, MO. with bis sister, Mrs. Earl Mr. and Mr*. Will Comstock and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Co» stack visited Mrs. Will Comstack 1 * Marfchttn, at RJverton Easter efating below normal speeds ttnaoasly obstruct traffic afcd increase dafcger by driving in the middle ot the roadway, so that following cars can not safely paw. All-smeh drivers heed disciplining such as will induce theft to learn to drive properly. By their present methods they advef^ tlse their incompetence, and pfo- rlde good and sufficient grounds for barring them from the roads and streets. Driven. Who Wobble inconstantcy of position on the roadway Is another type of obstructive tactics frequently ob* served, which Is extremely annoying to other drivers, and a source of danger. The inflexible rule, after having chosen a reasonable position on the road, is to maintain that position constantly; or in changing the position for good reason, to make certain that no car is In a position to pass on the danger side; and in any case to give ample warning of Intention :o following drivers. Drivers who wobble from side to side in driving are, of course, nntsanees which sfcould fre abated harshly, tfftttftfly, Men tine driving Is tne resntt ot attention; the drive* being pre- dtfcopfed with gatfng around at the fteenery, &* in talking to of caressing a passenger. Inattention is the greatest single source ot accident*, and the wobbly driver advertises himself U one ot the worst of traffic hazards. Stopping oft Headway Stopping a car on the highway is always a source of danger, and a great disturbance to traffic, in stopping, the driver should always Pull completely off the freeway. If the road border is snch that this can not be done, he should hot stop at all, except when absolutely compelled by an emergency. This holds even it no other car is in sight, since a ear may appear at any moment, and two cars from opposite directions may reach the spot simultane* ously, Stops on the road in position hidden by curve* or hilt crests are especially dangerous. This is a type of obstruction which is not merely annoying, but which Jeopardizes the lives of all other travelers. Almost ail obstructive stops are needless. Even with a flat tire the driver can proceed a short distance to a safe stopping place, Most obstructive stops have not even this flimsy excuse, but are made merely to serve the convenience ot someone in the car. ftmwmxB *4f fffftfftrf «ttti wit Oof efiaWitfK* rne^ttt wit feett at tfr« fttfm* of tft* letfteY, M*t. IWrtt ft****A. of «ft» ,*004, *K* ffce iretp of Mrt. fir. 8. Bradley oi fceaf ftemteri tor tfc* cointtg ye*f : Btrcli, j»fe8M«ttt; Uotettit Sa*- yets, t»c« pfetldrtlt; Matfns 8«n, gectetafy; and Meteit •Wn*e1er, reporter. After the ineettng te!fe«n^ iftents wefe served hy toe Boston, Mrs. SaHryetB. The Belt meeting Will be ftetd *tth Reon tMtetotte on May il. Helen Wheeler, reporter. §*ffi tor Wool Ywarte Aalti&te Farmefg needing bags end twine fof shipping their wool to market, may get them tit the Farm Bureau office. Prices are at Cost. WRITE! Si Co. Aettrtrt Co., * »pt mm mi Pott**ktt*mte «!*«, tttttflttei kiKMrt ifttfc. wftt* of eat! mm Co. IB to ff»fe»ntt farminf land fft Wyoming f ft,#fr« casn tett Improved wwrteftt to** farm land. AddrMt *» car* The Matters Leader. 4I-J. ttni In eichanf e fof nd*#, meal, and fehlclten feeds. Pnone Siftt MaiVern. 84-10. Paf Sale =* Paint Sptaylng Out* fit In first class condition. Priced low fof quick sate. — C. 1. Matt, Hastings. 114. f*ot S*l$""*Wood of coal fante. Majestic. — Kenneth Graves. it yon tttra yoiif truck ahd Would be interested in engaging In- the ice business, commafiicate With this paper. 40-S, Leaders of "The New Deal" in Mills County R. T. CALEY Steward of County Farm "An advocate of Economy in directing the County'* Expenditure*" The office of Steward requires to strict economy and efficiency the special "tact" of the harmonious care ot.the Poor in an economical, agreeable way. When people grow old they often become childish and unreasonable. The Steward must like stealthy enemy at work in the dark of the engine crankcase. Old Joe" will be seen in a series of advertisements that will appear in leading newspapers in the thirteen states in which the company does its principal market- inn. ^ Iowa State Fair Lower* Budget 44 Per Cent Des Molnes, la., April 26 (Special): Admission charges for this year's Iowa State Fair will be reduced In a number of classifications, according to action taken by the Iowa State Fair Board, in session here. Automobiles will be admitted to the fair grounds free ot charge this season. Further concessions have been voted in the admission charge for children, giving tree admission at the outside gates to boys and girls under 18 years of age, and half price for children over 12 and under 16. A reduced price campers' ticket will also be sold this year, at a rate of five tickets tor *2. The general ad' mission to the fair will be 50 cents for adults. Grandstand admission prices were also reduced from former levels of SO cents, 75 cents and $1, to new rates of 25 cents, 50 cents, and 76 cents, The 1933 Iowa State Fair will be held from Aug. 23 through Sept. 1. A budget reduction 44 per cent below the amount expended for the fair two years ago, was voted at the meeting of the board. The total budget this year will be fl6?,000, plus approximately |§,, 000 in donated premiums. This is 166,000 less than the budget of last year, and IH9.00Q less than tbe 1931 budget. Under »o* tlojL taken by the board,* tb9 operating expenses of the fair Btttst be kept within the receipts of the fair plus $30,000 from state »p* proprlation and surplvs fund' Active preparations for the i?? 8 exposition were started this week. Officials announced thajt the complete list of premtunj offerings would be ready far Ire* distribution to the public a few weeks. Copies may b* by writing tfc» State Fair, Pe§ Moin&s, Stew _.. -, *>?*^T .. Caley possesses this happy faculty to • remarkable degree'and at the same time Is a keen business man, pledged and has made a most creditable record. A visit to the County Farm will convince you that the inmate* art well cared for and well satisfied with their Stewardship and the ecu: ft by*i 1 Keep" up the good "work and you will enjoy the loyal support of every citizen ot Mill* county. W. S. DeMOSS Sheriff Efficient, Fearle** Sheriff of Mill* County In these strenuous and lawless times it is of the greatest importance that the Office of Sheriff be held by a fearless man, backed by sound judgment and unquestionable character, aucb as W. S, DeMoss displays in the fulfilling of his duties. The Sheriff's job has many disagreeable features and for the protection of our citizens and property a sheriff should never falter in bis duty; even though it may mean personal danger and hazard for the sheriff, This is the kind of sheriff Mills county has in Sheriff DeMoss and the voter* of Mills county have evidently chosen wisely in their selection. Sheriff DeMoss stands for law and order and an economical ad ministration and desire* to ren< der Mills county the very best service at the lowest possible cost. Your cooperation and support in attaining this end will be an. predated by Sheriff DeMoss ana the patriotic citizens of county. Howard MUmiok of Leaven* |». haj te*a feara vUU Iftf fete wwt*. Mr. »ud Mr». J R. Minnie*, »J4 IrlwwU. Mr, a ft <J Mr«, WIU *J«tte4 Its! aitu4*y ft¥*Jaiuf Mr, MM! Mr*, ^Jif"® *M viuTr "Working for the Education Mills county has long been U' raous as a leading Live Stock and Agriculture county of Iowa and many regard these industries as our greatest assets; but the Soya and Oirls of Mill* county are our greatest assets as they will soon be directing our Agriculture, Commerce, Educational and Religious interests, Mary Rathke is especially well qualified tQ 811 the pffice ot Bounty Superintendent of Schools. She possesses the sary educational °,wft«flj and is deeply iatere^ed, J$ e4tt«a- MARY RATHKE County Superintendent al Interest of Mill., County" tlonal matters, gbe- favors the most approved methods in eduea tion and favors the operation sf our county educational system pn a oc-Bservatlye, progrewlve basis with due consldersWos to tfej cb»4 and Mills of Any information you deslw about tteacon City? WHte o», or get til touch with one ot ettf Ifio newspapw coKitwmtof*. Over three htmdred people aim are reprwetitlag Beacon City to their respective commnnltlee, SLEEPlTSFfiRlSEXtS? * WATCH FOR POISONS A dopey, tired feeling i* usually a sign of bowel poison*, that >reed germs. Get rid of them with Adlerlka. Acts on both upper and ower bowels without discomfort Collins Drug company. adv. CLASSIFIED ADS ABSTRACTS OP TITLE • ^CONTINUATIONS Mills County Abstract Co, dlenwood, Iowa Itf. CATTLE Por Bale—Two polled Hereford bull*, one yearling and one three year old.—Zeno Bass, Phone 170-F14, Malvern. 41-3. FOR RENT For Rent—Two modern house* in north Malvern. Call Landls Hardware, 88tf. MACHINERY «*le —Two tow P, A O. cultivator, P. ft 0. lister, wide tread, on Nelson Olson farm, N.W, ot Malvern. — K. A. Sells, 4M, For 6«le*—Used Fordson tractor, 1931 model. One 3 bottom 18 Inch Moline tractor plow. One model 28 two bottom 14 Inch Moline tractor plow. — Balyers Auto Co., Malvern. 40-3. War Sale — Two-row lister* tractor or horse hitch, good as new. Tel. 69-F11, Silver City. — 41-1. SEEDS AND FEEDS For Sale—Baled wild hay at farm 2ft miles southeast Silver City. — Harold Raferty. 41-8. For Sale — Early Ohio potatoes, also some horses, — John Aistrope, Malvern. 8»-8. For Sale—Timothy and clover hay, — Claude Brooks, phone 171-F20, Malvern. 89-3. fount, LOST AND FOUND Lost— Black kid glove with white insert. Finder please return to Leader office. 41-1, NOTICE—E8TRAY HOGS . I have a stray herd of bogs at my farm 8% miles northwest of Imogene, and 4ft miles southeast of Btrahan. Owner may have same by paying for this ad and by paying for feed and damages. — Thos. P, Maber, Imogene. 41*1 I**t or Strayed —Black gelding, wt. about 1700 Ibs. Disappeared last Saturday night, No- tlfy Earl Conrad. Phone 188*F80, Strawberry Plant* — Postpaid price* per hundred: Dunlap, BOe. Red Gold, 609,, Premier. 80c. Mastodon, 11.16ft Tenant* perJiuiiflj^l^eAt""^ iSKSS^OiSf WORKWANTED 1 Tom Shaw — Piano Tuning.?' Leave order* with Collins Drug, Malvern, or Priest'* Drug store, Hastings. J5tf. Wanted — Lawn* to mow or care for and other odd Jobs. Phone 168-F14. — Chas. Morford ft Song. 41U. — $3 a room. Painting SBc per br. Work guaranteed. What have you in trade or moneyT — Chaa. Parks, Phone 177'FSO. «•• got to be good to be advertised. l» s pro»d work ol M»ry «n4 feels that tereste «l Ibf in Cflmpeteat h.aadj wbfift abe Vftft to tbe >wport«Bt ofllce et Supt rtBtftadeat fil JOHN Phono 9) AU PhQwQTCLENWOODotfiw.ZTmk* Mflyflttu "Pflflte 1*1^1 IJihliiiMsni (•B^^HtaferttBWbiM^^'^^^'^^^''^- ifE^ iBtfymltoBJJi tnivlBi jSilItMn Iflf - iMBittiik-- 1 " QrAln *M~~*L ^l.A.1 Jt ~f**t^jim t ' *k*« ttlA ••*>•* **.*V naJU1in*m>naA<t J 'An When ypu have it done JM qwiskly at the Mftlvern Sale Barn Saturday, April 29 Coromencinf .t ONE O'CLOCK Sbwp JBxtra good Guenwey cow, 6 yra, old, will be free)* by *ale d»y, She fay* over §Jx fallona. of milk per |*y .tail yt«r, There will b« othtr cow* broufht in .— '.;>*' -'.-,- HQiS ' • .,-- "•" 20 HEAD of foe vaccinated Hampvbire filt* duo to farrow rifht woo. Here U i chance to buy tome food -•-*• 3 Chwtwr WhiU *ow» due to f»rrow ^^(•^* u ~l iP"™TpP'iy4.'™5*f?^^ vM^f^f *^f- ^^WWMHP W«*oW4Qb«ul Utt Saturday, ft H«*d o* Ewa duo te Uunb rifht MOB, mtyb* by *" •* *. F> -;7:r.. v .%4q*W *"- -. - ~ - ITO« mmmmfmm tW!}UU*J IMKMWMB wm-wlfi^W^^ as possible* Tbfl »s4Mft »« by truck, U i» factory Pity to tb«ir mm

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