The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 15, 1933 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1933
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PACfefetGHt Imogene • S* E. Mills Last wee* was a severe *e«t On all kinds of crops tn this f»- canty with the mercury running nearly every day to 110. A scorching high wind and burning stm damaged the small grains greatly as well as the potatoes and pas- tnres and ihnch garden staff jast dried p. Late planted corn was reported to he drying np too. The large promising crop of strawberries was mined. Many are complaining of their wells getting tow and some going dry. Early Monday morning a nice gentle rain fell that refreshed every thing but was not enough to keep the farmers from their field work Mr. and Mrs. Herttan HaH of Sidney spent Snn'day frere with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wttbur Priest. OAKS Robert, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Maher. had the misfortune to break a bone in his right hand when he struck a horse he was working one day the past week. Miss Dora Oladwln who spent the past week with the Misses Ruby and Pauline Hanklns. returned to her home in Tabor Sunday evening. Lawrence ana Edna Hamhsch Who are employed here, accompanied by their cousins, Misses Marvel and Elma Judah and Marlon Kelso, drove to the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hambsch, north of Red Oak Saturday evening where they visited until Sunday evening. Patsy Kllmartln of Malvern at-1 tended church here Sunday morn*' Ing. Mrs. Kate Higglns of Red Oak spent Friday her* with her grand Oaks Sunday School Note* Oaks had an attendance of forty-eight Including visitors last Snnday. Birthday money was dropped In the birthday bank by Dean Shipper and Lnclle Kronkea. The young folks choir favored us with a special number. We wish to compliment this choir on the splendid work they are doing. Our Children's Day program will be given next Snnday after- » there wtn ** s*«e » promoted to higher tiftttwt ««tt Sunday, those wfto.wfll ante* high school this fan wtfl pas* _ to the young folt* class *ftd wffl also beeotne members of th~ enolr. Several of tftosa In tn< lower classes win be nteved lnt< the class higher. The young fotks have declde< to give their program and Ice cream social the night of Jnae 23. Would like to have as many as can to come and enjoy the program with us. there will be a small charge for this and the money nsed to help buy a piano Snnday school will be at 10 o'clock. Basket dinner at noon. We would like for all to come and spend this day with us. If yon don't attend Sunday school here we want you to come. Would like to have as many of oar old members with us as can come. So we extend this Invitation to all our friends: Come in the morning for Snnday school; bring your basket and enjoy the dinner and the program fallowing. LOCAL SPORTS Locals Have Close Tilt with Red Oak Drop) 2 to 1 Game Sunday % Jt> . „ •*• u ii!.,.. . t* «•!* a a Af ter Playiuf Errorless Ba»ebaH daughter, Mrs. Ed Maher, getting Errorless ball playing wasn't quite good enough for Malvern's town team Sunday when they lost to the Red Oak All Stars by the narrow 2 to 1 margin, the local acquainted with her new great KSi« w^ unable'to'hit the L™ d ^ * a L P ,*l T^7" T" Red Oak Pitcher, although they Miss Anna Delehant spent Friday in Omaha on business. Ed O'Connor of Malloy drovi over Saturday and spent the day with his daughter, Anna Marie, at the home of Mrs. T. O. O'Connor. Johnny Delehant who has been here for several days left for Omaha Sunday morning where he will take up his duties with tbe Nebraska Seed company. Jas. Cassell of Omaha visited bis mother Wednesday. Misses Vonceal Pool and Martha Slater who are attending summer school In Atlantic spent Sunday here with home folks. Miss M. Rinsing who has been in St. Catherine's hospital for some time taking treatment is feeling much better and returned here Saturday evening. Mrs. t. Q. O'Counor and -nephew, Jamea, Omaha Friday and brought home Miss Anna 'Marie who has been attending St. Marys high school. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Saner accompanied by I Herb trede. locally famed Macedonian who was In the box for Red Oak, held the Malvern- lans to four hits during the game. Hoover, pitching for Malvern, allowed his opponents twice that number, but turned out a strong game nonetheless. Landfs caused the main thrill of the match when he executed a double play at first In a crucial moment. With the bases full, and one out, a Red Oak batter slammed out a stinging single near first. Fielding it perfectly, Landis tagged the runner and stopped the batter at first to retire the side scorelessly. Malvern battles Macedonia next Sunday on their opponents' field. Kittenball Pairing* for All Star* Win Hit with Plymouth* tfc* Alt Stats o* tfift fntsr-efty woft * fca'tti 6* tftfeWMtt very e»oi» dewsfoft ovwr tfce fty- *»t *wt litey . _ mouth t«*tt of the **«* teagtre Pty»*_tn tetftt, H te ft thutstfay evening. A l*st ttfSate PttftSttf *o# «» fa$tfef« p«t rally by the Plymouth team [old apple across tfee pan §o Plymmrth Ten Drops em tfc* nearly cost the AIT Stars the game. A dispute also arose. It seem* that the runs were cowing in so fast that the s*»rekeep*r couldn't keep count. The Plymouths averted that they fan to arof e seem th*h tfce storekeeper had down and wanted to play tire game over again. Darkness settled that entf of the | argument for all present fof the time being at least. ftfed Itari ft* e*iy six if* nten to frcofe. piper, tfts epfeWnf pttelrer, didn't get into regalaf form until too late to afford ant treat help to stopping the scoring spree thai the Boosters had started. In spite of Captain fed Pipers super-human efforts to get his team into good playing form this makes the second loss for the ft fife* K«r* *•*» for Oft ift** «- stttttf* M •. Wr. ftim tA JbfsfoA, <i&& a**jL aaagifc'jlf 4& lJOB JBiJ XJrft Grow B Ja „—„ ,_„ sowg* nM Sst Lfng ef «!**• wows peffofftred st>«e ptfiattng tffc** m finite, others PetM aftd on tft* t*W*c% of 18th atte»lmwt fttW tftft general *e*tfften1 se*tt- ed to be strtwgfy ataiftsi f epeaf. Anywif the score at the end of j Plymouth* *ti f«f. M* has he game was: All Stem 26, Ply- working hard fot tfc» mouths what? at ntt it Pretty ctote game, eh team and hopes to hate theia In first class condition before their next game. Nct» Obtaitied tot Faifview Club A week or more ago thieves! approached the tennis courts off club at two j . „ at gpHag Valley at was a ntee crowd galh- 8p!n i»O *-s*«*»»UTi VJVy Muvt ^ \s*\M !*«»», »i"wi_ , * A* * A» * Jfferent times, made off with hoas f 8 ° tttn of Malvern Motiday ioth the tennis nets. Ired, club • efening to attend the ice cream fflcials sought the culprits fruit- soclal *»*«» ** the girls o! the Klttenball Week follow: pairings this June 15: Oilers vs. All Stars. June 19: Merchants vs. Plymouths. June 20: Boosters vs. All Stars. June 22: firemen vs. Oilers. Firemen, Merchants Battled on Tuesday The Firemen kittenball team, smarting after the defeat in their first game of the season, took a spurt Tuesday evening to defeat the Merchants, 14 to 10. Bats- Angela and Am- men of both teams had the fun brose Saner, drove to Omaha last i ns the field is still rough, in spite Friday where they attended the ol the grading, and fielding the graduation of Miss Helen Swee- ball IB usually hazardous, ney at St. Johns school. Miss ____________ Sweeney is a niece of Mrs. Saner. A. E, Addy has a new Chevrolet. Rev. Francis W. Doyle left Sunday afternoon for Des Moinea 1 to attend 'the annual retreat for the clergymen. Herbert Sullivan and family drove to Panama last Sunday to attend the graduation of Mary Helen Carey from St. Marys school. She la a niece of Mr. Sullivan. Boycr, Kline Cop Honors in Clarinda Tournament AH honors in the fourth flight in the Clarinda golf club invitation meet were copped by Mal- vernianB Sunday when C. A. Boyer and Or, John A. Kline competed in the meet, Boyer took the flight, defeating Kline in the finals to do BO, Mary Ellen Hughes spent last All Stars Win 2nd Tilt from Plymouth* week with her cousin, Ellen Marie Maher. Mrs. Pat Maher celebrated her sixty-fifth birthday .Sunday evening. Her children and fourteen grandchildren were all present and spent a very pleasant evening. Ice cream, cake, and lemon^ ade were served by Miss Mae Maher. Miss Margaret Carey of Panama Is visiting in the home of her uncle, Herbert Sullivan. Sunday the Imogene ball team went to Anderson where they crossed bats with tlje Anderson It was decided definitely Friday evening that the All Stars were the winners of the previous game also, the repetition of the game was caused tbursday evening when the All Stars defeated the Plymouth* ?6 to 24. tbe Ply» mouths averred that they had run in more scores than they been given credit for and the same was disputed by the Al Stars, to decide the result of the game the All Stars agreed to play It over again with the previous winners coming out in the lea< by the narrow margin of one point. The results of this tilt were All Stars 12, piymouths IJ. team. They had a very good game the score being 10 to 8 in favor of imogene. Frank QutBchenritter of Red KKSSK iggS-esf^SSIS Mrs the)Pe have re- spent several days and reports everything looking fine In that part of the state where they have had rain nearly every week all spring. People there are delighted with the wonderful prospects for « wop as they have had nothing hut failures for some time. Around Fremont however crop« «£» uot 80 good us they need rain. While la iliaointteid Mr*. O'Cou- »W »'S*d of tbe U-agio death of Mjr, H*t*#l lived »mr lUudelpli far mmy ye»r» but « t»w y««v* MO BtOVM ttft*r MtutUou, been several new ones bought, the usmes have also been s«c- cessfttl in furnishing recreation for the businessmen about town. E*Bere»c« After « fast, heavy scaring game last week Edwin l^u's »vu«hiaen nine dropped a long tut to a Malvern team Bvmday as they Uattls4 on their own dl&* wumd. .SU*** »*»«•» o? ** Mftl- ^,. .._ essly, then ordered more nets, the new nets are now here and tennis players bring thetn back to town tor safe-keeping after using. Ail official county and town news is published In the Leader. Shamrock 4-H club and the dry meeting called by the committee, Elmer Flcttel and Verne Matth* ews, It turned a bit too cool for the best Interests of the ice cream so( cial but the home made lee cream they had was so good that they disposed of it anyway and raised CLASSIFIED IIS Of* Mil/to Complete Abttrfttt of Tftie records fof e*e6 piece of property fa Mills Conntt. Wltiu Coftirty AfatMet Ce». (Member of the American title Assn. and low* title Assn.) Oienwood. Iowa. 48tf. CATTLE Pot gate » Registered white Shorthorn bull coming 8 yeatt old. tie Is gentle dlsposilloned and a good breeder but t do not need hint. Prided to self. "• Ffed Newell, Hastings, route 8, 48tf. FOR RENT Par Kent ~* 6 room Modern except heat, fieekwith. cottage. J. H. 44tf t ' fro* frosts, 7 ft. —J. ' M*r*et, 58, ** ^ OT ft* Mi Of WOUM f*tfi«r tot frog*, m ete«r!c Wftftftlirf chine, electrte r*«fo, etectrte ffOB* tw» o*rner electf»« grffl. —fif*. Marsh, Rffste 8. 48-*. Wltntta, Kan. for p*rt Ifcquire at Leader otffc*. 4i-f » SEEDS AND FEEDS Nancy Sail sweet potato plants, 25e per 100. Can Holden, 1 west of White fiagle eft itft 1ft Malvern, and ofle fourth north. 48^8. Sweet Potato, tlftttttge, tomato and other Vegetable plant*. At* ways fresh »nd ready to gtow.— t)ale Kline. Florist, Maiverfl. 4Stf '4 >! WORK WANTED MISCELLANEOUS Spring Fries, White Wfah* dottes. — Frank Raines. 48-3. Veto Shaw — puna ftinlflg, Leave orders with ColHta BMf, Mahrefn. or Priest's Urtif «tBf», Hasting*. s •? j ? 4 Tottf ad in The Letter li wotth two oft the fence. enerations TYDOL

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