The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on May 18, 1933 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1933
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ene - S. E. Mills agaaaaaa^g..-——w,..... •^^•^•^•^ Knights of Colambm Attend Max at Red Oak | Quite a number of the Knights of Columbus went from here to Red oak Sunday where nearly nil the Knights from southwestern Iowa attended Mass at 9 a. in. Breakfast was served In St. Marys school hall by the ladles of St. Marys. About two hundred were present. After the breakfast they enjoyed a lecture by a Result from Creighton university. Girl Win»^a Public School Mta. Elizabeth Maher. «l«eenwiart of Miss Louise ghetto tfrefr annual class play Peach of a Family." Frida evening. May 12, In the A. o. M nail. re cast; even Richmond, a ne'ef-do- well nephew of a rich and Indol gent ancle. Delpftos Bussard August Alonzo Richmond, his tele, Darwin Addy. Mrs. Aogtrst Alonzo Richmond, . « - aeta Pool. 4 ssa. -a. she had won first prize the Herbert Miss Manor's subject was Maher is a senior Parochial high si graduate with her class Sunday! evening. May 28. I Her many friends and relatives SI* 6 " • oa «*»•<*•. t.^_-_ * * l and rillte. the family: Hazel Nlcho-'i j Music between acts was fur-' jn_ f fhed by primary pupils and , crow<1 a " c «^« '**** » Tef - T and ev- Many cases of measles are reported over the country. Miss Annabelle Saner closed her school, the Golf school, last * ??*' Her 8ch ° o1 was the of the rural schools to close. I. Alien-* slst U.«ton. and family. by ft*. Mft ttt ft, ft. STHpU^flf SL«a«*» jpBJl IBS fiftttfoff. Abstract g CArrti MACHINERY 8*l« wf fHHf« • . He is dlspositloned I . Priced to W^L"***": 6 ^ 1 * 0111 wttaw, ~ Modern eicept neat * tt Beck with. 'ttit. , , otfcet *««etat»1e pj»nt». freaft aftd fetdy to gfaw Pale JCHne, ilofljt, Mattera. 4 - — wt> , AD ouapeti and encloses OB three ^^ito'niSiFt ww* At «*• iut ru ™*. Bcnools to Cl0se - A fine ™«o fell h*r« last F rl- to H«V. aD e I"' F1 ° yd Oee drore da> '' fhe flr?i S«>d «ln we have tea? th Saturday. May 6, to at- had for some time. Quite a bit of ® " ura l I/etter Carriers' corn was washp<t nm ^,..i__ 4 u- Hardware. "LOST AND POUND Sl^WORK WANTED 48-2, 80 * 8 ate Cla*S of Sixteen — ijl * i:ee " toMF D03 " e Bnd Mary Schlebler who are employed in >me time. Quite a bit of — 1- /' J^ washed out during the Commencement Exerdae* The ^"tor- Mr, and Mrs. Glen Carlson who ±L e , aS L° f ' le ™ are ««e proud downpour. The O'Connor families have received Invitations to the Ordination to the Priesthood of their co O'Connor, of Kan _.»._. -.. . "»" May 26j Baccalaure. ate May 21 -- ...« fc MMM liiim nopes for her but latest reports Mr, and Mrs. L. E. John, Narke of last week here mother - Mra - ~ - """• »J»>e, and Mr 'Thin f« »K • L— ot "*»' A*, ft£2L1K&3Si5 »&™«JS!tJ5 Good Printing? The Leader does the best ookmg wedding announcements, invitations, social stationery and all kinds of commercial printing at reasonable prices Junion Entertain Seniors entertained the 1 ' the held In the base- church. h , ""an church. The decorations followed the idea 0 " 8 ttnd the ' unl ° p »«d ttnd the colors , re ««. table* were decorated with f0m ° glrl8 and of of an ret Ann. o e« Sunday In home of Mrs. Clara McDow Shaw ««• piano M' Uare orders with doliina "*"ern ( or iPHest's Drn«t Hastings. 25tf. 44-1.'ford ft Bon fflo* of jobs, Mor- Wo7anVc"ub e8 wl tth0e -? nse " on Ruth Cheney Edna L. Douglas Violet B. Edle Wlnona H. Edle Wayne F, Bills Urn Actor, scalloped chicken. Acrobats, buuered rolls „. C '°* n ' 8 «Je»«ht, candled apple salad decorated as a clown E±f. J £: or " e ' '« cream. E. Hossle Dorothea M. La kJn William F. Lambertz Darwell V. Rice Maxlne A. Shaw Dorothy I. Shook Clyde E Si . i B H aoaCalu , reate services will thl « U ff ay eve n'ng, May 21. in the Methodist church and the address will be given by Rev Joseph F. stilie. 7 Kev> Regard 8 " 11 winT Play> "» 10 -°00 newara, will be given In the Gymnasium Monday and Tuesday evenings. May 22 an* 23 Q8y Modav o «d Monday afternoon at cuentn ft the Olenwood Woi»S'."5f •tof'Monda" « meet ° maha L * glon Auxiliary the Baptist church as £ ^^^•••••••^^••••••gpM^iaill^^^l Public Sale at the Malvem Sale Barn Saturday, May 20 Commencing at ONE O'CLOCK Sharp w m ~ CITTLI AND HOGS «^u/ V * *" U * U<a numb « 1 ' of COWS, CALVES, SOWS due to farrow soon, STOCK PIGS, etc, We had a good .ale on them lait Saturday. Should be better thfo Bring in what you have. LUMBER -• POSTS •• WOOD Some good native LUMBER, SPLIT OAK POSTS and several load* of WOOD. FURNITURE ^Si The" wle wmion will la»t one* ANDY BERKHIMER A. Tall^tt, Auct. ^f^ D l naId Evans. -, », „„„ jj,. . _ ... Comstock w 8 * s-s=s= broke he? Ten --- WeeH an ^ Comer. "' —^ ^~~~•«»«^» t M..^ ^rBai ••••^^•P HOLD THAfiWE ^TAIN THE 18th AMENDMENT per hundred thousand population " That is «. ^ w ^ *pSQ» the number wgs 200,3 cent, The government fiirur™ «h n ^ 0 ^L^.. a ! c l e _ a l p in . ^unkenn§§8 of ' i « ol over 75 per centin "first tS £f i L Cl & f bows in our county Sr ' *?"**' New Yorj£ per cen the driest spot in our county Ser «Peut a «ew day. th. i>» a0 *"' of the w«« t °,^_ tb . e 1 ?" er P8rt 7 . fflf^WiP»l» Ito lovwament.

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