The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on May 11, 1933 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, May 11, 1933
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PAGfe ti§ttf mtmim STRAHAN Plan fat All DA? M**tm« at Clrm** Church StmdA Thwe win he an all day meet ing at Climax on next Sunday Itev. Cunningham hag annotiHce the day's program. These m< Ings are held one Sunday In esc year, working in cooperation wit the American Federation o churches and the day'* program will Include talks by Prof. W. Stacy and Prof. Weteott o Ames, during the morning serv Ice, with a basket dinner at noon Ex-Governor Turner will give tbe address in the afternoon fol lowed by talks by Mr. Anderson of Montgomery county, Mr. Bishop and Mr. Bass. On May 21 the day will be observed at Strahan The program will be announced later. Strahan Church Note* We are having our Rural Life Sunday at Climax next Sunday with a basket dinner at noon. There will be special music In both services. Prof. Stacy, extension sociologist, and Prof. Westcott, state extension economist, Will be the speakers In the inorn- Ittg and Gov. Dan Turner will speak at 2 o'clock. The church should be overflowing at each service as each speaker will have an Interesting and edueatlona address. The morning service wi begin promptly at 10:30. Because of this service ther will be no preaching service Strahan but the Sunday schoo will give a Mother's Day program at 10 o'clock sharp. This program will consist of special numbers and a pageant entitled "Mothers of the Bible," given by sixteen mothers In costume. The mothers of the church .are to sit In a group In the center section of the church. The Baccalaureate service will be held at 8 o'clock in the eve ning. The program will contain special numbers by the school and a sermon by the pastor. May 21 will be our Rural Life Sunday hero with basket dinner at noon. There will be special music in each service. The Hon. Cbas. E. Swanson will speak at 2 o'clock. Mr. Swanson is an active layman in the Presbyterian church In Council Bluffs and will bring us a layman's message that will be helpful to all. Prof. Bliss of Ames is expected for the address In the morning service which will begin promptly at 10:30, We are hoping that Mrs. Richardson of Albia will also be address In the family of tbe be In these of the Coiwolidftted Sctioo P'tfA'a 't. ^ fa ,VttU*fei^A^ OtTcUISn a mHOr 9 ft AJ^uA4Uk£ anqoet Last Thursday evening the an nnal Junior-senior banquet wa held in the Straftan senool gym naslom. Tfte color scneme of or chid and silver wag cleverly ear ried out, with stars as the main decoration. Large botrqttets of lilacs were placed around the room Baskets of pink carnations adorned the tables. A delicious menn served by the Ladies' Union Consisted of: Fruit cocktail, creamed chicken, mashed potatoes, string bean*, rolls, ielly, spring salad. Ice cream, ante! food cake, and coffee. The program, nnder the director) of Helen Martin, the toastmistress, was as follows: Thp Star Start, Frederic Newell. Tomorrow. Mr. Henderson. Arrival. Miss Cllpson. Reward, Mr. Motsberry. The music consisted of: Soprano solos, Miss Taylor. Piano solo, Thora Cunningham. Junior quartet. This was enjoyed by all. iteeti tfitfc f At ft sreetfftir of t&e Stranan board of edtreatftrti Koftdaf **«at** tfcey elected Watter Egg 0* Retnfceek, principal Of ttre Mgfc school. »eteBCe aisd inat&einitfeii teaener *«rd coaeli. But owe wore teacher t6 elect, arasie teacner f bey win probably attend to tfcis at a meeting ne*t week. Mall of Mm*e at Chicago's Fair Mr. and Mrs. Wood Vestal and Rev. Cunningham attended the dry convention at oienwood Monday. Maxlne Bell Is spending the week at the home of Dorothy Nagel. HILLSDALE Mrs. Leona Hammers, Baddy and Carol were week end guests of Mrs. 3. N. Swain In Malvern. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Culver Vts- ted In Tabor Sunday. Rev. W. E. Shuggs of Penance, England Is spending a few ays In the F. E. Howard home. Mrs. Mary Sawyers, Randall nd Margaret Louise were 8un^ | day guests of Mrs. A. S. Sawyers. Bernard Gray of Lincoln visited In the Walter Hilton home Saturday and Sunday. Where the magic, of rfiddeffi feciefic* will b* fJortfayed Juts* i te fttm 1 ifl Chicago— The Hall of Science of A Cefihift ef Progress, This htige stfucttife; tOO bjr 460 f<*et» Is Shaped like a U t aftd encloses bii thfei sides a eourt capable 6f accommodating 86»60d persons. At ofle cbrfjer rises a I?6*fd6t tower equipped With a carillon, Ths building faces a beautiful lagoon, an island and Lake Michigan beyattd. At night It has the ap* Jgearance of a brilliantly itjuminated rttet-i1 and glass creation, rising ffortt eobred terrace*. Baccalaureate will be held next Sunday evening at the Strahan M. E. church at 8 o'clock. The baseball boys won their game from Wales by a score of 3 to 0. Filth and Sixth Grades Lorraine Thomas hag been absent because of illness. We are reading "Pal O'Mlne" for opening exercises now. We have read stories about dogs this year and this one is about a horse. Marlon Douglas of Hastings was a visitor In our room one day last week. "p'r'esent ' tor an morning. Every community should services. Mr. and Mrs. Leo HIrschman of Omaha were visitors Sunday n the home of Mrs. Hlrschman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ir- vln. Mrs. Sam Clark of Omaha is a guest this week in tbe borne of Miss Ines Bradley Roughly estimating, the Lales' Union will have a profit of little over $12 from the serving f the junior-senior banquet. Anti-Repeal Forces Held Meeting Sunday The broadcast of the Inaugural parade made one fact abundantly clear: The Army Remount Serv- gress ice bas greatly Improved the qual-' Jty of cavalry and artillery horses. — Boston Globe. The Nlearaguan government has given every former Insurgent a farm of his own. Is that any way, asks the Iowa farmer, to cure a rebel? — San Antonio Express. Fashionable tailors prescribe dress coats with longer tails, gray tuxedos and silk waistcoats in pastel shades. If it Isn't one thing to worry about, It's another. — Roanoke Times. The 20,000,000 motorists of the country who pay 66.4 per cent of the taxes, and who are killing some 30,000 annually, seem to qualify along both lines that there is nothing sure but death and taxes. — Los Angeles Times. The man who said he wouldn't shave until the country returned to prosperity now has to walk backward to keep from stepping on his whiskers. The men who take care of frozen banks are called bank conservators. Now are the workers in President Roosevelt's forest conservation corps to be known as tree conservators? When it comes to crop control' It seems to us that Old Man Weather stilt has it alt over Congress and the tl. S. Department of Agriculture. We make fun sometimes of children who believe in Santa Claus and yet there are a lot of grown men who believe that Concan solve the farm lem. Now that a newspaper man has been appointed ambassador to Great Britain, the rest of the craft Is standing by, waiting to see If he will yield to convention to the extent of appearing at court functions In the mooted half-column pants. — Los Angeles Times. A Missouri farmer claims the depression Is over because a rabbit ran through his yard and nobody was after it. It's a hopeful sign, at any rate. — Nashville Banner, In connection with our comparatively mild winter, some of our big men aren't cutting so much Ice. — Dayton Dally News. Columbia professor says growing baldness of mankind must be offset by national hair control. We suppose that this calls for a new department under the Secretary of Agriculture. When an erring banker goes before a judge for sentence he will know just bow his customers used to feel when they went to him for a loan. Miss Myrtle Acbenbach visited over the week end In Shenandoah in the borne of her sister, Mrs. Paul Klmsey. Fire destroyed the hen house, brooder bouse, and over 100 started cblcks and a number of setting hens on the tenant place of Ray Hilton last Monday. The fire department was called and promptly responded and kept It from spreading to the other buildings. The chicks were owned by Mrs. Allberg who with her husband are employed by Mr, Hilton. It is a severe loss in every respect — one we are indeed sorry to have had happen. Mr. Hilton carried no insurance on the buildings. Rev. and Mrs. Cunningham and daughter, Burdene, were In Council Bluffs Wednesday attending tbe district conference. Pauline Pollltt was a dinner guest Sunday of Clarence and Dorothy Nagel. Mrs. Ed Nagel, Mrs. Oscar Briley, Frank Hilton, and Mrs. Bert Armstrong were called for jury duty In Glenwood last Monday and Tuesday. There was a fine meeting of tbe anti-repeal or dry forces of this community held in the church last Sunday afternoon. The meet- Ing was addressed by Rev, W. C. Henn and Mrs. Jones of Macedonia and Paul Rowe of Glen- Messy Driver Potent Source of Auto Accidents by Carelessness in Turning wood were the principal speakers and they gave some fine talks. Mrs. W. S. Bradley presided over the meeting which was interesting and enthusiastic. Plans were made for naming Judges and clerks of the coming election and plans made for getting out a full vote. They were enthusiastically against the proposed repeal of the prohibition amendment as advocated by the wets. (This Is one of a series of 14 articles on the causes of automobile accidents, which in 1933 caused the death of 29.000 and Injuries to more than 900.000 persons. Tbe author is Professor of Experimental Psychology in Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. Md.. and Is Chairman of the Committee on Pay- chology of the Highway of the National Research Council. Other articles will appear weekly. — Editor's Note). (By Dr, Knight Dunlnp, Professor of Experimental Psychology, Johns Hopkins University) Some drivers are able to be-.tions as if the lanes were marked Marvin, the eldest son of Mr, and Mrs. Dan Bryan, was taken very sick last Friday and for some time his life was despaired of. He has been a sufferer from diabetes for a number of years past and had contracted measles. This condition threw him. Into a diabetic coma. Pr, Kerr is attending him and although still very weak he Is at this writing better. Lulu Bradley was very painfully burned last Sunday when she slipped and fell against the stove. She has been suffering in^ tensely with tbe pain from It. Good Printing? The Leader does the best looking wedding announcements, invita* tions, social stationery and all kinds of commercial printing at reasonable prices, fairly decent in straight driving, giving passing and overtaking cars proper clearance, and otherwise operating their cars safely; but never seem to be able to make right or left turns except In a sloppy, and therefore, dangerous manner. Such drivers, preparing to make a left turn, draw over to tbe right of the roadway, as If about to make a right turn. Preparing to make a right turn, they draw over to tbe center of the roadway as if about to make a left turn. In both cases, the result is a turn across in front of the following driver, Instead of a turn out of his way. Such maneuvers make it impossible for the following driver to know what to expect, and frequently result In smashed fenders or wheels, or torn bumpers. Another type of incompetent driver keeps fairly well to the curb In beginning a right turn, but swings out over the center of the cross street in completing it. There is no possible excuse for this; laziness, Incompetence, or too high speed being the only causes. The same driver usually makes a left turn short of the intersection center, entering the cross street on the wrong aide, la either case, traffic is delayed and disorganized, and chances of collision greatly increased. In some cases, the messy off. After completing a turn, the car should be at a speed lower than that of through cars on the cross street; hence, to avoid disorganizing traffic and annoying other drivers, the driver should keep as far as possible to the right, at least until picking up normal speed, so that other cars may continue as freely as possible. A single messy turn should be sufficient grounds for tbe driver's receiving a ticket to appear before the traffic Judge. Repetition of the offense should automatically entail suspension of driving license for two weeks, Several offenses warrant permanent revocation, it seems probable that with lesser severity, a great number of messy drivers will never learn how to drive. Behaving »t Jntersections There are, of course, particular circumstances, sometimes deter* mined by the character of the in tersectlon, sometimes determined by the antics of other drivers, where the rules for right a»d left turns can not be maintained- The intelligent driver has no d|8> culty in adapting himself to these emergencies, which as s matter pj fact are comparatively rare. Aside from the making of bad turns, incompetent driven la large numbers mess up the inter- Imogene * S. E. Mills Attended Funeral at Farragut Tuesday Anna and Andrew Delehant drove to Farragut last Tuesday to see Miss Elva Turnbull who had been poorly for some time but had passed away before they reached her home. Funeral services were held in Farragut Tuesday afternoon. Anna and Andrew Delehant, Mrs. Johnny Delehant and sou, Paul, from here and Mrs. Dan Delehant of Omaha and son, Ed Delehant, went to Farragut to attend the funeral. Grade School Play Given Sunday Evening Sunday evening, May 7, tbe grade school children of St. Patricks Parochial school gave their plays In the A. O. H. at 7:30. Considering the rainy weather a very good sized crowd was out and everyone enjoyed it very mucb. A radio was placed in tbe hall and wben tbe time came for the President's talk the audience had the pleasure of listening to his talk which everyone was eager to hear. After tbe talk tbe plays were continued Imogene Merchants Painting Stores Tbe N. J. Hillary hardware is making, a big improvement in the Interior t dressing' paint. Tbe Addy store bas been redecorated inside as well as outside. Collins, the druggist, redecorated his place of business a few weeks ago. Local showers visited this locality Thursday, Friday, and Saturday but no general rains. Everyone was In the fields working Monday morning, Mr, and Mrs. Ed Maher are rejoicing over the arrrival of a nine pound baby boy in their home on Wednesday morning, May 3. This makes them a family of two boys. The new boy will answer to tbe name of Ralph Cletus. Dr. and Mrs, J. W. Weed returned Saturday evening from Laredo, Mo, where they were visiting a few days in the home of his sister, Mrs, Davis, and with his father, L. E. Weed, who has suffered a couple of strokes but is fairly well considering his age and condition. Miss Ruby Hankins went to Council Bluffs Sunday evening to spend the week with her sister, Mrs. Benson, Miss Virginia Bayes from near Strahan was a week end visitor in tbe E. R. Bryant home last week. ' Frank QutschenrHter of Red Oak and Vincent Gutschenritter, of Coburg drove down Sunday to { tfia finmo nt "Mv anrl %fiHi "Rrl * Willie Roger* Has Narrow Escape Willie Rogers narrowly es* caped serious injury Monday morning. He was driving on one of tbe main highways in Bhenan- doab when another driver failed to stop at a stop sign and botb cars crashed. Willie was badly bruised and cut some and his car badly demolished but he feels as though he escaped very luckily that be was not killed. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Comstock and daughter, Grace, Mr. and Mrs. Olen Comstock and daughters, Barbara Jean and Beverly Mae, of Red Oak, and Miss Vlr< glnla Bayea of Strahan, Ross Bryant of Randolph, and Mrs. Edith Warren of Emerson were" Sunday dinner guests In tbe borne of E, R. Bryant April 30. Mrs. T. F. Maher and Mrs. L. E. Outschenrltter spent several days recently in tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Maher, getting acquainted with their new grandson. Wells to Broadcast Yellowstone Program "Most people who tell you about a visit to Yellowstone National Park spend most of their time describing the natural of »rm co«rtf- ant week. tfcft Ait «•<!* Per ftee, e*cn futtre — _.Sc Ail addttfottal service cn*rg* of 26c wtfl to ffigaftjof «*cfe fetftra &a Wofclt Xft'tfJlli Ire Aft* swered at tbe Leader oflce. AftStRACtS OF ffttfe Mills County Abstract Co. it ante fa* B*1e *» Registered white Shorthorn bull coming 3 years old. He is gentle dlsposltloned and a good breeder but t do not need him. Priced to sell.— Fred Newell, Hastings, route 2. 43tf. FOR RENT R«nt—«-Two modern booses In north Malvern. call Landls Hardware. zstt. MISCELLANEOUS For Sale —Boston Bull puppies. Inquire smith's Barber shop, Malvern. ' 48*1, Wanted—Stock to pasture.— Oscar Brltey, Malvern. 42-2. For Bale— Heavy split oak posts, 7 ft. — J. W. Dolph, south of Hastings. 43*W. Dressed Wyandotte — Mrs. Marshall Cunningham. Phone 174-F20. 43-1. The Malvern Mill will accept Corn in exchange for flour, meal* and chicken feeds. Phone 226, Malvern. 34*10. For Sale — Paint spraying outfit in first class condition. Priced low for quick sale. — C. J. Hall, Hastings. 41-3. MACHINERY For Sale or Trade — Single row combined John Deere lister, adjustable dropping while in motion. — Robt. M, Stroud, Malvern. 42-8, -fl a ii=3' f *•?-,. v which . _ »4j£F*f)»fl accompanies ~ •> r f i *ir >, • these oddities," aays Carveth Wells, globetrotting Continental Oil company radio entertainer, who will deliver his second 19 38 Yellowstone broadcast Wednesday night. May 17, over twenty N.B.C, stations. "In reality, the topography and vegetation to be found in Uncle Sam's largest natural playground provide equally 1 good talking points," according to Wells. "Step off the beaten Park trails once in awhile," Wells urges, "The wealth of animal and plant life you encounter and tbe beauty of the high, secluded mountain country will leave impressions never to be forgotten," The Conoco program may be' heard by local listeners who tune Jn on station WOW Wednesday at 8;30 p. m. The small boy is disconcerted upon learning that President Roosevelt has put men t0 plant" ing birch Express, trew, Antonio SEEDS AND FEEDS Sweet Potato, Cabbage, Tomato,f| and other vegetable plants, ways fresh and ready to grow,,Dale Kline, Florist, Malvern. KrugstandfReidliJ best we ever raised; • ell & Son, Hastings, R. 2, " ; For Sale — Timothy hay,' per ton in barn.-—Chas. Wilson," Malvern. 41 For Sale —Baled wild hay at farm 2% miles southeast Silver City. — Harold Raferty. 41-8, WORK WANTED Tom Shaw — Piano Tuning. Leave orders with Collins Drug, Malvern, or Priest's Drug store,. Hastings. - 86U, Wanted—. Lawns to mow or care for and other odd jobs, Phone J68-FJ4, — Chas, Mor. ford & Son 4Jtf. Wanted — Bundle washings, Ironing and mending. ~-> Mrs, William Pettis, Malvern. 42*8. It'a got to be good to be advertised. home to of get and -Mrs, Ed acquainted with. the wrong side of the cross but gets far enough out to block traffic proceeding in bis direction. Making Turn* Safely Tbe only sale way to make a right turn is to edge over to the curb on the right of the street in advance, (having due regard to following vehicles), 6Rd tfe«tt to turn «hort enough to ke*p w*U to the right of the orps* str*j&. StuiUitrly, tu prenftrinf for « Uft turn, the driver should edfttt ovw to th* ielt, r«UBJM&ky clow to tbe centtr, aui turn around centw at »h* h» U* do*,*. 41 UttM WiMMf* t*0 by lights by atooplng'iq tbe places, UBUftUy, there is , of room for two cars »idf> by side; but the majority of drSvwt hav» the mania for stopping in tbe canter of (th» ra*dw*y, 80 thj| there i« roo» on "' another c»r. therefore and where their new nephew, Mr, swd Mrs. Ted Qerma.r and babf of QUroai; tailed Sunday mornjnf to JBee the ' * ,, ,' Bryairt We, »ew Hoes Sunday emtei S, Cowstocfc April , <» their pjay Jft 'UW- Aha» Friday evening, M»y Roy Wftdley f M A caller in glmbfra , to iURfMA Ol by Succeeding *top fajrlfeef back, FumUwrii Cor AM p«rtoU« off on the ftr«ap llghj;, (f b.e nnnraaghjft thftl S «l M i» Public Sale At the Malvern Sale Barn Saturday, May 13 Cpmroencin* at ONE O'CLOCK Sharp CATTLE W* will h»¥» *wne milk cows and several head of «raaU calves, MOSS 33 Head of choic* Hwropthire winter pigs, wt about 60 Ib*. eachi Several sows with litters of pip two wesk* old} A few sews due to farrow wont Some •to«k pig*, wi, about 100 Jb», each, IMPLEMENTS ETC, Coed two-row eultivatorj * four whad trailer *$& «hjto* MM! haayy duty hitch, Harow* dipping tank)

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