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

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1933
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pAtifcroim MAY -t, ii§§ LOCAL NEWS OF THE WEEK IN MALVERN ds wffl upprtctets Bavtti tfirfr vast* mentioned IB then eWniiBft*, Pfcon* toft. tota "Buddy" Parker, ft former Malvern trot trtrt no* of tabor, was In town Thursday evening Visited Maivefn friends awhile. He Is Working for the Curtis publications no* and wad with a crew working Montgomery eotinty la§t week and run over fof a brief visit. Ira tr. Turner froth southeast of Hastings was shopping in town Friday. t'*ed Cnltivators -»•> We have two used lister cultivators and a real price on them. Also a Johft Deere two row cultivator Just like new , — knnce A Nelson. adv. i. P. Wearltt Was In Council Bluffs Thursday afternoon visit- Ingt Joe Wearin in the Edmund son hospital. He found him improving nicely and able to sit up awhile. ; Harry the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lookablll, was taken to the Edmundson hospital where on Tuesday of last week he was operated on for hernia, it was a serious operation but he stood it well and is now convalescing nicety. 70 days for only $1.00, Nebraska's most interesting news* paper, THE OMAHA BEE-NEWS, daily and Sunday, by mail on rural routes only. This offer limited. Bend in your order TODAY. 40tf. Mrs. W. E. Kerns attended a Mr. and Mrs. Fran* Straftan of Wayne, Nebr. visited Friday with Mr. Strahan's brother, 0. A. Str*- han, and ffl the W. L. Lafrtten home over Sunday. Torn Davis was telling a* Saturday thai the teen on their farm sooth of town had planted about forty acres of corn the past week. With the nice rain of Saturday and the warmer weather It ought to come right along. It was about the first corn planting reported to us. A. P. Shaw and son, Paul, from southeast of Hastings were In town Saturday. Paul is one of the 4-H club boys who is feeding some good calves again this year in the Baby Beef club class. He was In the winning ctais last year and hopes to have some still better ones this year. Henry Bnch from old Hlllsdale vicinity was in Saturday and called to advance his subscription to The Leader. Said he had missed a paper because we stopped it but that he sure liked our system of stopping when the time was out. He couldn't do with out The Leader, hence his renewal. We like that sentiment too. Authorized Sales and Service. Mr*, i*. C. Sftttft of Sftfo* Cfty dfeptrtia 8re***y for C&SttiWSI BTots after it wfcets vfstt wftfc n*r sftttf, Mrt. ft 1* Wtflttffi*, Mr. Smftn went to SfoM Ofty on Sfttofday a*d Wffl. ship tftefr fcet»e*oM goods to Coftafctt Staffs where they wfil *n*t* tfc*fr no**, they Were formerly i-esfdents there and Wffl enjoy theft return to that efty. Those going to GieBweod Monday to atteird the dry convention sponsored by the county W.C.T.u. were Misses Marlon Black and Alice Bentiy, Mesdattes A. B. Cook, I. R. Meciymoftd, i. o. Laird, and Susan Chambers, the Rev. and Mrs. I/. R. Bobhitt, the Rev. R. M. Qngelef, and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Wortman. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Marshall and Helen, Mrs. Nellie Donner. Miss Donna Rayburn, and Ma* Ireland were dinner guests Banday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reuel Harman northeast of Mal- Vern. Mr. and Mrs. George Weder- quist, Charlotte and Ralph and Hildef Wederanlst visited Sunday at Randolph with Mr. and Mrs. Royce Wederqnlst Sr. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Fargo of Tabor were Saturday evening supper guests in the T. B. Caudell home. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams district meeting of the Women's Home Missionary Society of the Methodist church in Council Bluffs Wednesday of last week and reports an interesting meeting. Mllburn Walker was taken quite sick last week with what appeared to be appendicitis, and was taken to the Edmundson hospital where be was operated on the same night. It proved to be some other internal disorder, however, which was soon relieved and be seems to be getting along all right since then. His wife and mother accompanied him and stayed with him until the following day. WE GIVE TICKETS on all money paid us •J tr -I ' _ "* Ask us if we forget it WALLER TRANSFER Malvern and Glenwood — Frank Juelke, Phone 280. adv A baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Murl Oustafson In the Hand hospital in Sheaandoah April 26 It did not live however aad their joy was quickly turned to sorrow, The fuaeral was held Thursday afternoon and the body was brought to Malvern for burial in the Malvern cemetery. Our sympathy is extended them. Miss Harriet Cadwell, teacher in the Btrahan schools, came up Friday evening and visited over Sunday la the Andy Berkhlmer home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clay and daughter Francene of Omaha visited Monday ia the Lloyd Laodis home. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Caudell and daughter, Betty, were calling on friends in Plattsmouth, Nebr. Sunday evening. B. P. Plumb of the Wesley Chapel neighborhood was la Saturday attending the sale and greeting old friends. Joe Wearia is reported to be improving very nicely at the Eo> mundsoa hospital and is able to be up some each day. He hopes] ERKO SEED OORN TREATMENT Leave your order with us SPECIAL FRIGE THIS YEAR We are headquarters for Lime and Sulphur Arsenate Lead Carbola Dip S. Clem and Junior aad Mrs. Edna Harvey of Omaha were visiting In the parental W. W. Tunalson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marian fivans of Emerson came over Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Btrahan of Wayne, Xebr. and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Larison at the Larison home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Norval and daughter, Mrs. George Wright, aad baby, Donna Lou, of Raa- dolph visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell. John Doyle has a new Plymouth car with all the late accessories, Including a fine Phllco radio. B. N. Schoenlng of Mlaeola was In Malvern Tuesday afternoon on business. L. L. Robbing of High Bank farms north of Hastings was in town Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Oracla Piper of Albla came last week for an extended stay with her son, R. K. Piper. Mrs. Piper has lived here at times before and her many friends will be pleased to welcome her back. Mrs. 8. R. Lee returned but week from aa extended visit of several months at points la Oklahoma, Kansas, aad Missouri, Mr. aad Mrs. Ralph Hossle drove over to Emerson Sunday PtttfKt town 8ate#dfty attendlnfe the last ot the week. Yes Sir—We have some used Farmall implements: Farmall 2- row cultivator, Farmall middle buster, and Farmall plow. One used tractor being overhauled 1 now. — Kunce & Nelson. adv. R. 8. Pease and sister, Mrs. Emma Beard, of Ft. Madison were here to attend the funeral of their cousin, Mrs. Anna M. Clark, last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Clark re- urned to their home in York, Nebr. Friday after a two weeks stay with their sisters, Fannie and Sadie Clark, Mrs. Cora B. Clark and daughter, Vesta, ot Bedford and Miss Eva Clark of Clarinda. Boy Mo* Corkle and wife of New Market were over Tuesday of last week to attend the funeral of tbeir aunt, Mrs. Anna Clark, Mrs. Lela Mason came down from Omaha Saturday for a few days visit in the home of her sister, Mrs, F. A, Bobbins, north, east of town. Mr. and Mrs, Cedric Orink came in late Friday night for a visit in the parental P. g. Crlnk home. Mrs, H. H. Amos and son Wright, returned Wednesday from a short visit at Topeka Kan,, in the home of Mrs. Amos' brother, Wilbur Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Walke and Mrs. Nellie Stroud visited MHburn Walker at the Jennie Ed They found Mr. Hossle much Improved in health from his recent illness. Dr. D. M. Kline reports the birth ot a daughter April 29 to lev. and Mrs. Norman E. Dur- tee ot Tabor. Mr, and Mrs. Durkee are both missionaries to Africa from the Faith Home at Ta>or .and are vacationing here. They have been to Africa on previous occasions but are unable to ive there longer thaa three years at a time on account of malaria 'ever. There are now a son and a daughter in this home. DEARDORFF'S a R o c E- R V ' *** We are now featuring the famous Richelieu and Baby Stuart Quality Foods Introductory offer for THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, May 4 • S * 6 Baby Stuart Tomatoes W Baby Stuart Country Gentleman Corn B*Jby itemt Cut String Beans Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore oi Waterloo drove in Monday evening for a visit with Mrs, Moore's parenta, Mr, and Mrs. E. C. Col- tins. They expect to return home Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Parker atu little daughter, Bonnie Jean, o: Tabor were in town Friday after' noon greeting old time Malvern friends and made us a brief call Ward Slothower, Wayne Tyler Miss Josephine Bloedel and Miss Katharine Bloedel of Tabor motored to Ames Sunday where they visited Miss Dorothy Bloedel. Returning they stopped in at Ledge State park near Boone for picnl lunch. See Us about used implement and new ones as we are tradin all the time. *— Kunce & Nelson adv Mrs. H. E. Chambers was dow from Council Bluffs Monday an made our office a brief call, Sh says they are nicely located at 9?4 Second Avenue, and like living there very much- Tte? have all their extra rooms and their garage rented all the time so are doing pretty well. They are also making' a specialty of serving Sunday dinners upon order and have already built up a nice »*•< tronage in that. Mrs. c. H. Follett and MU» Na» on4 Harman drove to Qwsba Saturday morning and epent the day in the city, Mrs. {{, O. dolph and ters, Qeraldine end Majlne, north ot strshw were in Saturday afternoon. Mrs. w. B. WMMsaa south of Hastings W M to Saturday afternoon doing shopping »n4 vtaUiag Mr«. H. A. Lao^ablU aud so*. drove up to to tft* Mm iwpreyinji »ttd Mffc WlJfftft fi«lt« of . Mr. *n« iirt. Carl Vfeth of 0*t" Visited Sftftday fn the hotne of Mr. a*« «trs. Wflbert Be*« northwest of ttaftern. Mrs. Vteth had fter toftsftt removed hwt week aad ft*« not been feeling tery well *n« *tter retartttg to her home, at S a. m. Monday she suffered ft heftofrhaee that lasted nattl nisafiy ii o'cloc*. before ft cotrtd be ttopted. While yet very weak >lr«i 18 slowly convalescing. Battery ChArigint and electHcal work — Fra&i Jfeelke, Phone 280 ftdv. Mr. and Mrs. William Harriman report the birth of a «t- ponnd son Tuesday, May 8, at Council Bluffs. Mrs. Hafrtman was formerly Miss Marvel Kims ot near Miss Gladys Oillllland Visited Sunday with her sister, Mrs. William Browa, in Omaha, she was accoittpaatftl by her mother, Mrs. L. H. OiJlliiand who also visited until Monday evening here with Miss Gladys and inci* dentally had dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lookabtll and Howard were in Council Bluffs Thursday to see their son, Harry, in the Bidmundson hospi* tal. R. W. Mansfield went dowa to Hamburg Tuesday to visit his father. He found him greatly improved from his recent serious Illness. Andy JT. Berkhlmer went to Omaha Tuesday where he met his son, Paul, who Was In from Shelby, Nebr. Paul has engaged ia business for himself at Shelby and moved to a new locatioa so Mr. Berkhlmer accompanied him home to look over the new propo- sltioa. Miss Jane Fletcher, representing the Malrern high school la the plaao class la the State Music contest ia Iowa City this week left Tuesday for Iowa City td be present for her contest last night. She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Zelma Fletcher, her teacher, Miss Gladys J. McQueen, aad Phyllis Wilson. Miss 0 retch- en Qidley also accompanied them as far as Newton where she is Tisltlng Miss Mary Paullin. The Misses Myrtle Risdon, Jeanette Stewart. Marjorie Taylor. and Lulu Me Rae, teachers the Strahan Consolidated school, were dinner- guests in the home of Mr. and lira. Dan Sea- oa Friday eveniag. John Waller tracked in four oads of cattle and hogs to South Omaha Tuesday. night for M. T. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Rockafel- ow from aorthwest of Hastings were in town Saturday shopping nd visiting the tetter's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Esterqueat. Mrs. Nellie Donner and Miss Donna Rayburn of Council Bluffs were week ead guests in the A. 8. Marshall home, Miss Alta Thompson and EarJe Cole drove down from Council Bluffs Sunday evening and Mrs. Donner and Miss Rayburn returned home with them. Dr. and Mrs. Tbos, W, Qidley were in Fort Dodge Thursday and Friday attending a meeting of the Northwest Veterinary Association. They also visited friends en- route, going and coming and had an enjoyable two days trip. Hdtise Time tfce yoafti tire wofthi* trass town frwa town Frank Morrow Died at Limao, Colorado Frank Morrow,"" for many years a resident of Mills county, died at his home near I4man, Colo,, April 83, Death was due to a paralytic stroke suffered two weeks previous to bis death. Be was sixty years, nine months, and fourteen $sys old. Mr. Morrow was bora near Malvern, on the old home farm south of town, and Jived there until the time o( his marriage, Qo April 10, me he was united in marriage with Miss Ella Watson, To this union was born lour sons and six ters; two daughters, Pearl and Mabel, who precede* their father in death died, in their After his marriage to Miss Watson they made their home for some time ta Council Bluffs. Ju 1909 they locate^ W ft farjn at Missouri Valley ft&d, 1980 »oved to QplorsjQ and eftted PS & farw so.«lhwei& st W* WOB where he was aj howa u&* til the time of his For a number oi years Mr, Morrow was an extensive ,aad tend owner oj this of CoV(wa,iio aad wp la tb» agrMJuitursJ of tfee CQWffltunity lived. f{« was always §94 a.«oi»»Q4<iURjj friend, aaS rm$$ ie mi to IMW Hon. Otfcft Do-niter W«Hi* ot Hastings, ttetftbef of Cottgrett from the seventh Iowa district, made ftts first speech of the »e«- sion last Friday when he **« given five minutes to spike what he termed propaganda of the "oil trust." The following from the Congressional Record ot that date gives Mr. Wearin's talk: Mr. BtRNS. Mr. Speaker, t ask unanimous consent that the gentleman from towa (Mr. Wearin) may address the House tot five minutes. There was no objection. Mf. WEARIN. Mr. Speaker, 1 want to take Just a few moaeats to correct a false inference that has gone forth through a certain magazine ia this country concerning the stand of my State of Iowa upon the question of alcohol- blend gasoline. , t notice la a recent copy of the Texaco Star, published during the months of March and April, a statement to the effect that the legislature of my State had gone oa record as opposed to a 10-percent-blend bill. That statement is true, but the inter* ence from it is false. I want to condemn the oil companies, cor* porations aad trusts who are ia opposition to such relief legislation for the benefit of the American farmer for taking such aa attitude aad drawing such a con* elusion from the action ot the Iowa Legislature oa that measure. The reason my legislature op* posed the passage of that 10-percent bill was that the members feared the surrounding States would not pass a similar type of legislation. They were, generally speakiag, ia favor of such form of legislation. I happen to be, through my membership la that body duriag two sessions, personally acquainted with almost every man aad woman ia the bouse aad senate, and I know that to be a tact. I have with me documentary evidence of the fact. 1 have oae of the original enrolled copies of a Joint resolution adopted by the house and senate of the State of Iowa asking the Congress of the United States to take some action along the line of legislation that will encourage the use of a 10- percent alcohol-blend ot gasoline. I nave taken Just this few, mtn iJi r «.*_i • »-"Wt4J _ _^~-'- .*.**?* >Jrl -I>AJ.a -«^^L.^l J t^A^?S3£-j monopo and oil interests;"in this"country are endeavoring to mislead the Congress of the United States, through the distribution of this magazine iato your offices, concerning the stand which my State has takea upon that legislation, that I personally believe will be of material benefit to the farmers of this country. I will have more remarks to make upon that subject later, I thank you very much, (Applause) Saturday. May 27, is Annual Poppy Day Malvern will observe "Poppy Day" this year on May 27, the Saturday before Memorial Day, it has been announced by Mrs,,W. D, McCausland, chairman of the poppy committee of Harry Ham* mons Unit of the American Legion Auxiliary. The Unit is mak* lag extensive preparations for the observance of the day and is hoping for the full cooperation of all other organisations and individuals, Memorial poppies, to be worn in honor of the World war dead, will be made available to .everyone in the city by volunteer workers from the Auxiliary Ustt. Organization of the workers is tor- ing forward rapidly under Mrs. McCausland's dtection and -the Unit expects to fcaye its tf 'ppppy girls" in all parts of the down town district throughout the day. The flqwers for the sale have been made by disabled Wprld war veterans in MajYera. "Poppy Day is the day for fosaj tribute to (he »e» wtw jo$ HTM ia the MRBM sery tfc* fjftoosteg i Life ttotftttf ih»Wk» *t li. Ihetae 6* tfce **rmoa Is shlp ttfrmaft a** fHtrft Special mastfc d. B. society at «:8S. the Ladles' Bocttl t meet promptly at StSo tfttfrttt afternoon with Mfg. t. t. Fat* 80 A' splehdW program nas Jbeeii prepared. "Fof give tfs Oar tte«j paSBes" by Woyd d iJottgias *itt b7 reviewed fey Mrs. CBatiea Lreftl Lwe te . H. Beckwith will Mrs. George Hilton *iil git* * violin solo. A good atteftda&ce Is desired. Baptist Church Mlaister, Lee Roy Bobbin Public schools are making cute la salaries and eliminating many courses to save money wad keep the schools open for another year. Sunday schools and churches have made many cuts by using old supplies and less new material. Most ministers have no stated salary; they accept what their congregations feel they can give. Yet few churches and still fewer Bible schools have closed, la the last three years, one bank ia sit has failed, one store ia twenty* two, one college in forty-four, oae hospital ia forty-five, and one church ia every 2344. Theme of the morning sermon, •New News." The Community service will be ia the Presbyterian church Sun* day evening. The attendance has been so small to hear a minister preach the gospel that the small* est church building will hold them alj. Subject of sermon Sunday night, "The Creedless, Federated or Union Church." What about it? Preacher, the pastor of the Baptist church. the H««trftts hlg* WsirdSl defeated the ttatvetft Mgh ftehwrt Wtten *«8 t** fft**9 » • **tn% game on the opponent's diamond, the tilt was ftte With effort, the ptayertr being ovef-anttotts to «ten tire tttff aa ft wis pegged .e them. the Seid waa ttt poof condition fof playing as ft wit father tmmpy m fBMy places. Fate), Confaof, and tteddfftf tied for high seofing honots tot MalVern, each having three scores. Hites and trfd tied tet high scores fof the Hastings team, each having four. At the end of the game the seofe waft 20 to i? in faVof of Hastings. The hett game is to be with Silver City, May 8, on the local diamond. Methodist Episcopal Church Roy B. Qugeler, Pastor The Woman's Foreiga Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. W. E. Kerns this week, Friday afteraoon. Next Sunday moraiag Joha Horsley, alumni secretary ol Simpson college, will speak ia the morning service. Let's give him a good heariag. Then also let us not forget the Sunday school at 10 a. m. and the union service ••" ,»_v_ »—.... _.,• __!•> _«_*:^^o.i« r«j»£_ *.i#w of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society will be in the Councl Bluffs Trinity church on May 9 and 10. High School Loiea to Town Athletei Managed by^Arthur McCul- ioagh, a high powered group ot town athletes met and defeated the high school kittenball team Thursday evening. Adept at hit* »lng. the town team kept fairly well ahead of their yoong opponents, managed to run up a 19 to 16 tally to win. Not In condition, most ot Manager McCullough's athletes felt exceptionally stiff the next day. Junction Defeat* Local Kittenball Ten The Malvern high schol kitten- ball tea were defeated by the fast Pacific Junction team Friday aft* ernoon. The local twlrler, Fazel, seemed to be off his feed Just a trifle and as a result did not turn out his usual flashy work. A long hit through center field in the -fourth Inning was responsible for a lot ot the heavy scoring done by P. J. Jackson led the local team for individual scoring. crossing the plate for a tally of three. At the end of the game the score was very much la the opponent's favor, 16 to 8. The next tilt will be a return game with Hastings Friday, May 28, at their diamond. MPRES Hillsdale Church Profits from Play Spectators were pleased, play* ers had tun and the church prof* ited last Thursday evening when a group ot young people present* ed "A Popr Married Man," a three-act comedy, at the Hillsdale church. A large audience attended the production which netted nearly |20 for the church treasury. The play, showing the marital difficulties of a young college professor, was shown by a cast mada up entirely of young women of the church, Hilarious situations arose when acquaintances of the professor confused his mQtber*)n-tew *»» bis bride, In the cast ,w e re fceona Hammers, Virginia Slaughter, Laura Hjitpn, Virginia Anthony, Beuteh Wbeej, er» Marine Van Qredei, Edith Ruse, and Mable Coffee, Ed Piburn WS,B takjnlsonsider- abijr .worse last we^fe and oa Wednesday wa» takeg t« &«, how* of hjs daughter, Mrs, June Bmttti, to council Bluffs to be new tb* hospital for treatment and B»* an o»eraU0B. ?m'iJFSSw®my i Friday & Saturday \,»toy»^Wl > Buck Jones in "HELLO TROUBLE" Added Short Subject* Adm. lOo • SSc Sunday & Moiday May 1* Mae West in the season's funniest "SHE DONE HIM WRONG" 4 rottickjtaff tale of the days of peg top trousers, Added Shorts, Adm. lOc * 85o Wednetday M»y to Bargain Night! ir o»,OIJh«rtJn "MM; STAIRS" ; AddM Short*, AOw, |Qo. Mer?li*»{« coupons good, f or .Office* Ajfc for M.lviim ^ ibft great e «arryjaj[ time sf a filfMJo, s mm. how tor me imte» far t|i» Urtfift A "No price wm us ftsted for Uw» Awerlo*n iw t^

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