The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on May 4, 1933 · Page 3
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 3

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1933
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THE MALVERK tMBfife MALVfeftft tOWA, MAY 4. 1S33 PAGtfHftfefe lit, 1 fe ' - : -EMAITCHESS. : - £4ftof - - . tfflft AMI i*R6* - Matfstte AdtttW ^ a « JfftsfcaMtetf - i - i Joefcoottn* - ternfcs Sehwniftf Boptrottore * fhyllts SniBbf - * Maicohn Itefks H. ft., tt«He * Mafie gwetxWa Vwatfotal Ag. * Robert BentSn »6me Be. Margaret MtfJotmtek Iffnttt High * Anftetta Wallet (Jfaies - - VerneeU Walket Kofmal Training * * * * * * « * Olifida Srennlng UESS WHO By ttath Walker A living advertlsetaent tot slow motion. Me considers it an absolute shanie that tie has to walk, the effort he nses In pnttlng one toot up And the other down is so tiresome that he In trying to find some way to Danish walking altogether. His theme song Is "lost Am- blin* Along." School students are 'petrified with astonishment when they lied him riding Into town mounted on his two wheel steed, How he keeps the bicycle upright at the •peed he maintains Is a problem tot Einstein. Don't you think an appropriate name would be Speed? P. P. A. Member* to Go to AmeaVeUha Week Several students enrolled In Vocational Agriculture are planning to go to Ames during Velsha week. Only P. F. A. members will be permitted to attend. We plan to have three or four judging teams to compete in the various contests. These contests are composed ot judging cattle, hogs, horses, and sheep. A new feature will be judging cream and butter by tasting it. Three of the Future Farmer members have applied tor the Iowa Farmers degree. If this award is conferred upon the boys they will receive it while at fin*! tfctwie* Vef? tar Sophs Friendship tits were strafnftd dnftng ft drfrate Mdftday tt the sophoiBofe class, the uttestion dlsctrsfed was: fc«*orr*d, that boys afe mote etpfenrtve titan gff». Most of the argaments adrahe- ed showed sign* ot tety logical fewonlftg. At othet tlihes they bordered oft the ridlcntotis side. Some of theffl were: tf girls get facials twice 4 *eek and forty-cent finger waves once a Week then boys should get ft hair eat once ft day. Another was that the boys could get fifty-cent tennis shoes to use for playing football (everyone knows that tennis show cannot be used on the football field and besides ten-> his shoes cost more than fifty cents ft pair). One flrl on the negative Bide argued that she used one box ot powder per week, two pairs ot hose a week, and twelve pairs ot shoe* ft year. The affirmative speaker quickly retorted that such statements were not "average." The debate as a whole brought out new ideas that usually would not be thought ot. The affirmative side consisted of Jane Fletcher, Louis Storey, and Lee Gary. Negative speakers were Pearl Cosad, Betty Swain, and Marvin Facet. Judges were Donald Leu, Robert Benton, and Carl Holden. Miss Hammers, in order to make a good feeling in the class served candy bars to the whole class which we ot course appreciated very much. The losing side will treat the winning side at a party to be held very soon, . Lust Friday, the Farm Manage- tjf$liiM;we»t ,to Blaine Dick: ' Freshman Newt As the Freshman editor happens not to be a General Science student, I have called upon one of our noted scholars, Mac Mc- Caueland, to give me a brief resume of this most interesting subject, During most ot the year we have studied current events, as you know, to keep up .with the topics of most interest. Hitting a tew high spots in this study, I will give an idea to the reader ot what this subject con- si s t s, Barometers, electricity, *t:»±-SLfc* — *~ ' Friday mofnitrg Neva Stofdttl, Starlet** tttvi*, and Maty Lotfee Jtrelke entertained, the fifth and sttth grades were ffifHe* tn and they took part in tft« program. Darlene played ft piano solo, lone Baflholetnew tapped, and Mafy lean EWing ended the program With ft plant) «rolo. Pint the past week the fitst gtade children have spent making May bftstets In tfeeif Art p*rWd. they made a nntnber ot pretty baskets tot their little fMends. Several of the children are in school again after being absent on account ot Illness. this Week we are painting spring flowers and we are also learning ft poem about "Spring." S«c<md Those making 100 pet cent in Spelling Friday are: Clyde Bateman, Alvey Blggerstaff, Donald Qugeler, lack Herlng, Robert Heddlng, Robert Klncald, Carroll Wynla, Kenneth Adams, Peggy Cot, Betty Fickel, Louise Frttt; Peggy Hall, Marjorie Herrlck, Joan Saar, Doris Stogdill, Betty June Stroud, and llete Miller. Robert Kincald is the first to complete the flash cards for both addition and subtraction combinations. We are proud of his good work, We have begun our review in Spelling words. Most of us can make 100 every day, In our Geography this week we are studying about how people and goods are moved on the water. , , We find there are six kinds of boats in our lesson, It Is very interesting. The boys are able to tell us about the paddle wheel, propeller, bow, stern, and side- wheels also. MILLS COUNTY FARM BUREAU Ik fcflpatrtct, Agent. Mia* M*yrtt ftm-y, 9«*r«»y. 244 Bruce New County Agent l*»Te* to tike m Junior News Last week Miss Walker brought some carrots to Solid Geometry class. We experimented with them because they are solid cone shaped objects. We used knives as planes to show the circle ellipse, hyperbola and parabola. We enjoyed the experiments, not only the experiments bu the eating ot them afterward. A division In the Public Speaking class gave an Interesting pro; form, a .a, Home Economic* ClaMet Will Give « Tea Friday The junior claaa has been studying meats, Thursday the girls prepared meat turnovers, .Two girls brought home made ice cream, some brought cake, others sandwiches, and altogether we had a very nice dinner, The day previous the sophomore girls prepared desserts and also brought the rest of their dinner from home. Everyone enjoyed* the dinner very much. The freshman glria are studying textiles. „ 1 Friday afternoon. May 6, there is to be an exhibit and tea given by the Home Bo department, AH the articles of clothing and things that have been made by the girls duriBK the year wjll be OB w* hibit. All parents and friends are cordially Invited to attend our tea a»4 June Fktcbcr Goe» to Stole Mmic Contort Jane Fletpher, piano soloist, »»4 Bouthwesi Iowa's repraeata* tire }B me state mujrtc csBtegt, played, beforeJhe high school a*> eembly last Tburs4»y stterfloon, Jane irtll;»!«? H\r^ae84»? »Jf bi in J»»ft o«y» Urt, Fletcfeep and MtM MeQUWP will accompany 1 her* - '^'-' I-. -,' Wgi fpbooi.glet siubs »M ?bor»a wW pmeat A m* oft FjJda/.Majf 18* belts In the' United States, the four kinds of clouds, irrigation and fertilization of land, food elements and the circulatory system were all dwelt upon for some time. A great deal. of time was spent on the work ot plants in the production of food. These and many other topics keep a young person's interest up in this subject. It is a most worthwhile study, Seventh Grade In reading we are studying "The areat Stone Face." Percentage problems are taking up our time in arithmetic. Jft history we are studying the early transportation OB the Iowa rivers, Friday Miss Caldwell read to us about the beginning of Mai- vein, The story is very interesting. la geography we are reviewing cities of the world, Mary Louise juelke, Sixth Grade In English we started conjunctions. For some of U8 U is difficult and for others U Is easy, In Qeqgrephy we had * teat, It you felled you would have to SB. work, la ArJtfcmeuo we we Just- re» -^'Wednesday morning some of the members of the class presented a radio program, "The Cream of the Crop Hour," with Lawrence Lisle as announcer. This program was arranged by Chairman Ruth Walker. Music was furnished by Lloyd Walker and Helen Jones, James Beckwith gave news reports and Malcolm Juelke conducted the letter basket hour, Stories were given by Frances Dunn and Ruth Walker, In Iowa State Oeograpby 79 h.»4 J«4l8B tbiffiss resd. They were yery ijjtejejUBg, Rilpft BftU to)4 A* story out sf tbe book or Man? M°»ai sf keag A«Q, W.« ptesH JJtft «ra4* ta «t» . Tfct? were defeated 18 to 4, Ralph Ball. Senior Gossip I The Virgil class is glad that they have completed the required four books of the ^Eneld plus two other books of additional reading, The illustrated books of pictures are nearly finished and we wii) have a complete account of all the work accomplished this year In Fourth Year Latin. The Physics cjass is proud to say that they have completed that difficult course of study and are now reviewing the entire book. Snort story writing has been the subject of much thinking for the English Literature class gur» ing the past two weeks, AS well we have been giving book reports which prove interesting to the class as a whole, Together witn studies and rt* view fee, seniors are ejsperienp- ing the burrx'scurry to get to play prftpUeea gn4 to participate |n other spring activities, Tfeose having 100 per sent in gpeJUag last F>i4a,¥ W9S SWr* ley Baopot Ruth Qlajrfe, Qenevieve &BJAO, Rate flanderson, Sylvia Smith, UUssheth Trtv.eJy, Evelyn firay, Kerwa J,ea» Tayipr, IMI, Anna Mar/ Fragier, Betty Kftl«ht, Dwayae Bennett, Behert Obajwberjftta, Carl gvaMn Fiutie, gdjl KuJsht Pastes, Pharlei Jobo Militon, giuia Baer, Junior 4,2»§ Safe? en It is wltti teia6h sincere appre- clatlon »f jrotW Cooperation dut* ing th* paat f o«f years that t ftfn lefttlnf Mitts coanty. I fully i-eal- ixe that much of the work our ptogfftm hfti covered has demanded taach ot yottr time and whole hearted cooperation. In leaving Mills county all that i ask is that y*a give your artive support to tli* hew county agent, Bfnce ttllpatficfc. 1 trust that you Will realise, too, that he Is only a part of the organization set up by you to help wive your problems. too also have a part almost, if not equally, important. Every phase ot the program as big and varied as It Is necessary to carry on, can hardly be expected to please even the best supporter. Don't expect the impossible. The Farm Bureau has a profitable program tor every member of the family and if you consider what has been done, even in these trying times, you will feel like the yearly membership dues is an Investment which should not be curtailed. The Mills County Farm Bureau is financially sound and fully qualified by law. I have a higher regard tor the extension service and Farm Bureau program than ever before. You will think a lot more of it If you will Inform yourselt more with the program, with its leadership, and with the antagonistic forces that are working against a constructive, sound program, which in many cases is working against you while claiming to be your only salvation, Q. A. Rosenteld, county agent. Radio Program to Honor Mrs. Ellsworth Richardson Recognizing the important part women play in the Farm Bureau organization the A. F. B. F. in its Saturday, May 13, "Party Line" program over fifty-eight as- Richardson, Albia, state chairman women's committee, Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, and first woman ever to receive organized agriculture's highest honor, the A. F. B. F, award torj distinguished service, The award was made to Mrs, Richardson in 1930, following nominations received from men _ and women with whom she has* worked closely in county, state, and national Farm Bureau work, it was-polnted out by M. S. Winder, executive secretary of the A, F. B, F, The program honoring Mrs, Richardson comes the day before national Mother's Day, which is particularly fitting, since she is the mother of two boys, James and George. It is expected that all over Iowa many special Farm Bureau meetings will be held to hear the tribute paid to Mrs. Richardson. In addition many state Farm Bureau women leaders are arranging special women's meetings to listen in on the program, Bdward A- O'Neal, A- F, B. F. president, will present a special message on the current legislative situation at Washington, Arrangements are now being completed for the special program, The NBC Farm Bureau orchestra, under the „ direction of Walter Blaufuss, )a preparing a special musical program and it is likely that much of the news presented by the A.F.B-F. depart" »e»t of information will center aroun4 Farm Bureau women's ac* tivitlea in all sections of the coun' try, The program on the air from the Chicago NBO studios at U:3Q a. m., centra) standard time. Nearly 2,500 4-H clnb members are feeding 4,288 calves in the 4-H baby beef elnb project this year. This is an Increase of about eighteen per cent over 1*32 when 2,103 clnb members fed calves, according to F. P. Reed of the Boys' club department ot the extension service at Iowa state college. The Increase 1ft number ot calves oil feed is thirty-tour pet cent mote than last year. Thirteen counties have eighty ot more calves on feed. Cerfo Gordo has 114, Crawford lie, Linn 11?, Marshall 157. other counties having eighty or more calves are: Adalr, Fremont, Greene, Johnson, Keokuk, Madison, Osceola, Polk, and Wapello. tt this municipal scrip craze continues, the advice not to take any wooden nickles may come to have a literal meaning. — Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. O'Neftl to Come to ] IOWA f of Meeting* •The Iowa Farm Bateau Federation ha* Jart feeetvesd word (rotn Ed. A. O'Neat, president of the A«*Hetft fara Safeaa Federation, that he Hrftl be afcte to come to to*a (of a series of five Wg ifneeting* to fee held late tn May ot Mm IB Jane. Definite date* of these meet- Ings have not been determined, but it is planned that they will be sectional in scope with several counties in each section ot the state being asked to join in making them successful. Mr. O'Neal will come to Iowa direct from Washington, D. C., where he Is now engaged In efforts to secure national legislation to benefit agriculture, tie will bring first hand Information on matters of national legislation and the part the Farm Bureau In playing In this endearor. flans are alto under way to bring M. S. Winder, national executive secretary, to towa for a aeries ot meetings. Complete plans will be announced through the county Farm Bureau when definite dates have been made. Your ad in Tne Letter is worth two on the fence. Shepherd Named Aft Mead of Committee the town of Dnrango. Calif. !« at present making preparations for the entertainment ot the 1933 American Legion contention, an ambitions task for a eommnntty of that site. Named As chairman of the Registration and Credentials committee tot the affair was C. Gny Shepherd, former Mat' ternlan trot now in the automobile business in Dnrango. Mr. Shepherd is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wn». Shepherd ot Mattern. Faftn Bureau Catettdar Friday. May 6: Plattrllle township Farm Bureau meeting, Bethlehem school. Tuesday, May 9: Center township Farm Bureau meeting, Hillsdale church. Wednesday. May 10: Writing ne* home project program, Mrs. Mary Gregg assisting. Monday, May 15: District conference ot rural ministers, Community balldlng, Malfern; W. H. Stacy ot t. 8. C. extension serrlce assisting. Thursday, May 18: Third lesson of 4-H clothing ctub, Miss Helen Putnam assisting. 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