The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 22, 1933 · Page 1
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 1

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, June 22, 1933
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rr*w »»••* THE LEADER wirtiVft MA, fHtms&At, si, NO. 49. Mill* Cotmty Dry Ittt Slate Catti for Repeal in Big Vote 01 Ssi Mar. •< f ,:" Mttb eenaty, «n»ke the state ; m fow*» voted against ratttcatioa et lift a»e»dmett repealing the eighteenth amendment Tuesday whift the state election of delegates fof the constitntloftal con- T«ttl«a was held. This »e*i»8 that r«peat delegate* from each of the ft eonfittes of the state will meet Ifi t>es iidtfte* July io and vote eftletetly fc» Iowa as favoring re* tdwi Itself, considered norm* ally dry and a crucial state In the national repeal-anti-repeal actlvf- tins, voted approximately g to 2 to favor of repeat gome 3D conn- ties, ideated for the most part in the southwestern part, toted ugalftst repeal as opposed to the 10 who favored it ' Repeal was defeated by 601 irotes to Mills county, nearly et- «ry precinct, except those in the northwestern part, favoring retention of the eighteenth amend* tnent. UllveT Creek township was dryest ofrrall, turning to a feur to one vote, 88 to 33, against repeal, Polsom, voting 28 to 6 for repeal, led that sentiment. Voting was comparatively light for a general election, but considered the heaviest ever cast In * special poll, Returns came in rapidly from most districts and predictions made within an hour after the polls closed proved correct. Walter Breen of Olenwood, as repeal delegate for this county, will represent Mills In the state convention July 10. y Town of Templeton, home of 'famed Templeton Rye, refuted the oft-quoted contention of ardent repealists, by plunking heavily for repeal, 408 to 11, Argu- ' meat was that bootleggers and those profiting from illegal liquor would support the prohibition REPEAL STATUS Wttfc tire httfftcattta of tfre tep*A.itofc the tsesdat o* 16*8, tnd New MftfitjN shire, a total of 14 ttafat hats endorsed the *»efidment. TWrty-sli sMtes fijost do so before the amendment can be declared adopted ftnd it is states oppose it, the eighteenth amendinent ttast reffiatfl In the federal constitution. Already hating ratified the proposed amendment, besides the above three are Delaware, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada, tfew Jersey, New Yotk, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Indiana, and Massafthusdits, Nineteen ether states hate •et election dates te tote ofi the. amendment during 1*88. Masonic Circle Met in Malvern Five Ledge* Represented) Silver City Exemplified Second Degree Work The Mills Masonic Circle met In Malvern Monday evening and despite the extremely warm evening it was a live meeting with representatives from five of the six lodges present. Silver City put on the work of the Second Degree in a very satisfactory manner although the two new Instructors were on the job and with ready criticism of anything that was not strictly up to the minute. This was the first meeting for our two new instructors or efficiency men, Dr. W. M. Hiett of Malvern and H. - F, Ogletle of Emerson. Our newly appointed district lecturers, H, 0. Hicks of Emerson and Lawrence Henry of Silver City were also present to see t, that things .were done up right, ' * *: -Tbe4$$|lvent boys, furnished a Urge; container full of ice cold lemonade that was an appreciated feature" throughout . the evening andjollowlng the work served a luncheon, '' •_ •—"-'•'. » Board Elecii Tftfts Named 'S18II& iH SclBClnlt of tilth fchaat Staff tff mmgme i school tyiteft to * eotfipie In food itself i task 61 tafled dlftlCnltjr Ifi times of depfeision. 6nlet task it to nleetf balance the dsttand* t»t enthttslastlc schtwl patfdflS with the demand's of hard pressed tit payers. Deficit, afid fftndefdttS flnanCing, appeafs when this talanes I* lost, tfp In the o«iee of the superintendent of the Malvefn schools, lighted by the old.fishldned sio* gle drop socket tamp, the mem* bsts of the Soafd of fidaeatlfttt sat until ttid&itht friday ponder* ing their problems. At their watches showed IS o'clock, they tndved to adjourn, sumuarlted the evening's accomplishments. These were: 1) fileetton et three teachers — Paul Hem, Miss Kathrya Walker, Miss Daisy Schalkle — without stating salary or subjects to be taught. 2) Consideration of currlcular problems for which no decisions were reached. * As selection of the other teach* era for the high school staff will depend to a certain measure upon the currlcular set up for the year, 'the board will very probably determine this before electing further. . Present plans are to hold an* other special meeting before the regular July session but the date of this was not fixed. • COUKTV VOT1 Bek>* te tfei pfedflct tote of ttiits ttttaty. fffttreft were re!<s**«d ffefe @»i«if Attdttot E. A. ,§th*de's ottee Wednesday AMI- ttepeal Hetidersoti Seflton * lenPa-man >'o>By deserves it-page headlines for/ the e feat be^perfonns in the if of the dark and Preacher, ous jungle which be and Bert ?^Wheeler invade, In their latest : '" : ' Columbia comedy, "So This Is Africa!" showing Sunday' and Monday at the Empress theater. For Woolsey goes one better and bites a huge fly that lights on his neck and starts to drill an oil-well through his skin; For a moment or two in this laugh*provoking scene Woolsey can't feel the fly's, bite, because of'the stiff collar and boiled ehir| that he has chosen for his African garb, But when be does, thte famous eomip ' " the fly. by surprise, *tid bltee viciously In the back! That's Torres adds the grace ISJVPJ ••&•% y*M*" •••Mg ^ww^S-f^Ty^WFt PicoiT.t PlatUmouth * '\>t' >._ /•- -•"' »,- * ••>--* 1 The descendant* of the Johnson families, 'old residents of southwest Iowa and southeast Nebraska, met in knnual reunion and enjoyed' a picnic dinner last Sunday in the park at ?latts- moutb, Nebr. There were forty members of the family present. Mr. and Mrs, Oliver Asquith'of Harlan drove down that morning and took Mrs, Samuel Masters and Mrs, Minnie Johnson of this place with them to the picnic. Mr, and Mrs. George E. MasteTrs of Olenwood were also In 'the group. > . . Take* Big Trip Joe. Pear4or« and Mrs, J* A. and Betty fcou left Friday, morning for fcaflyi mJtb^Wis,, where ^Mwi B»rttt» will ssslaV IB the OpwatiOB - Of the ArjnV 1 ^ hotel, tfre' Qirftrd, while Armstrong ana Mr., Pear. to , Ysrk. Ten?*; Family Reunion Meld at ' Guy Crtndle Home Sunday , A family' reunion was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Orindle Sunday with -forty-five attending, and a basket dinner was served at-a long'table on the lawn; -* Those attending Included: Mr. and,Mrs. Byron Smiley, Mrs. Bd- gar Stout and daughter, Mr. and '"' 5™;ji¥5-«v^~*wr',f^*5c?r^j ?!WK •"•* and, sons, Clyde and-Burman, Mr, and' Mrs; Lee'Van; Arsdel,' Mr. and Mrs, : Delbert -* Van"; ^Arsdel '\and baby, Mr, and 'Mrs. Earl' Clapper and family, jail of McPaul, Miss Ruth Plttman of Tabor, .qhas. Hatcher, Curt Orindle,. and Mr. and Mrs, Bills Qrindle of Strahan; The Omaha, guests spent the week end at the Guy Orindle and Kills Orindle homes, Mhleola West Oak * Folsoffl • « St. Marye - » Piatttflie - - Olenwood 1st Glenwood 2nd Gletiwood 3rd Glenwood 4th Center •> - « Silver Creek Malvern 1st - Malveru 2nd Hastings * » Emerson - Deer Creek White Cloud 1 White Cloud 2 Rawles - Lyons 44 41 139 116 44 28 22 11? 192 83 8? 38 63 22 81 76 73 66 68 62 20 66 30 80 88 13 67 g 12 104 161 125 49 130 88 163 83 97 194 118 46 62 130 41 Totals - 1648 2139 -N-E-W-S- from the County Seat August Rathke Died Sunday in Council Bluff* W. 0. Rathke and County Supt. Mary Rathke/received word Sunday evening of the death of their uncle, 1 August Rathke, who passed away quite suddenly at his home in Council Bluffs that day. The funeral was held Wednesday,,afternoon 5 ln\Council Bluffs Tbe",deceased wasjsixty years of '-"-^-" J '-"' New Electrolier Provides Five Per Cent More Light Five per , cent more light was added to Malvern's ; street lighting system this week when a new electrolier was placed' on tfee H- brary corner ; on the foundation of one broken off more than a ' , ,.,- , „ .-, As but twenty lights; are {n .tie jystej^j^tWt ;«n»e, the i}n«i£ new la»p adds , gve per q»jrt to the total * NriM* Brown Ur*en Attend*™* in Hi* ••- toryi Twp Choteii ?IeUte be. Improves and has been ed from the hospital In Omaha ,to a priT»t%;bSfW» where her HattJ 6 M» BrfiWB, J» ear- b«| Waa-TpaH» Miller is cgre pf fhe Reoprder's Qf< J» Paddock Park, whose shaggy turf has gone all summer without feeling lawn mower or sickel, was well trimmed Wednesday when B. E, Bayes mowed the place. The Board of Park Commissioners, in charge of the park, had decided to let the blue grass head out to seed down parts denuded by weeds. Because of the long drouth, broken for the first time in weeks by ft light shower Tuesday evening, the grass on ajl lawns in town U badly burned and far less attractive than Is usually the cage. report lasi week the bave bfea, U«sn?e4 to turned We4»f»0ay night from at' inm 15i 81, -Red Oak- awd Msil»e p ef 19, Red 0»t They were , 8ev, 4, ^ ' 1 " jp&st... ^ ,.. *» Two Atheft-MUls county . «$& fifiTi SttJhWItt* 84, war* *B*«t«Mi Five More Go to , ' Reforestation. Camp ' Five more of our young men left last Friday for Shenandoah where they are enlisted in the reforestation forces-and will work out from there, They were Eldon Hayes, John Reed, Chester Mayberry, Charles Frazler, and Roland Pollltt, Four New Car* , Registered Past Week Cousty Treasurer Judklns reports the following cars registered since our last week's report: ** Bdf »r Perdew, WalTerp^ Chev> role* coach, 7 Chas; Hubbell, pacific Junction ChevrQlet sedfta, , J, ;B, Co*, Mftlvfrn ( Ford Vlc- torJa wupe, a •' Kenneth McQreedy, qienwpod coach,- i Vacatioft End Sewitjft* for Seatofi on t ? rictay Hold Serial, Meth* drte School days for ycnnf Matvem- are again over as the vacation chnrch scbotils 6f the Baptist and Methodist churches closed their sessions last Friday. In closing the Baptist group enjoyed a social together and the Methodist school presented a program at their church Sunday mofning. Both schools were In session for two weeks. Instructors from their Sunday schools were used and work given included music, art and other subjects as well as purely religious work. A total enrollment of 68 was recorded at the Baptist school, although the attendance during the last week was cut some by the extreme warm weather and by illness among pupils. Twelve instructors and helpers assisted with the school's work. Their closing social was held Friday afternoon and at this a summer Christmas tree was used and pupils brought gifts to be sent to Indian children in California as Christmas gifts. A demonstration program was given by the Methodist school Sunday morning, in which the work of the school was shown. The program: Processional of school, A few facts about the school, Rev. Roy B. Ougeler. Song, "Fairest Lord Jesus," junior department. Scripture, Mark 1:16-20, Mary Jean Ewing. Prayer, Rev. Roy E. Ougeler. Prayer response, intermediate department. Kindergartnera, in charge of the Misses Lela Rainea and Thelma Shafer: Song, "Father We Thank Thee"; dramatisation "Baby Moses"; song, "Jesus Loves Me," Iva Jackson and Rose Marie Flckel. Intermediates, in charge of the Misses, Ruth Conner and Lorraine F)etcWWv»nd Mrs, W. B. Kerns: * — n|4Jscusalon period;, song Story, Doris Qugeler; poem.'Ool- dle Cocad; story, Arlene Flckel Announcements and offering. Song, "I Would Be True," Juniors and intermediates. Primaries, in charge of Mrs George, Hilton and the Misses Dorothy Durbin, Dorothy Oalli- her, and Georgia Marie Hilton: Song, "I Think. When I Read that Sweet Story"; dramatization "Jesus and the Children." Church Membership Training: Juniors. In charge of Rev, Roy B, Gugeler; intermediates, in charge of Mrs. Roy E. Gugeler, Benedlctlom MOW PARK ^ Dpnner Will Teach m Tabor School* Miss Hazel Ponaer has been elected to a place in the Tabor public schools and last week's Ta* bor Beacon had the following concerning her: Miss Hazel Conner of Mftlyeru was elected last week as high teacher In the tp succeed Was Jane McMUlan. who resigned uppa Uw asrrisge, Miss Ronner is » ate of Qrlnuell College Jn 183g, with a degree of Bachelpr of sifc wUt» mlaorte ~ versatile 'the «Dttfj» life MUii»~tiijMili£u4 wwpr <*«»r, i» i* m }« WIMlS . Witt li*ve INJURE FfRE HOSE When Matter* firemen started to test » length of hose recently they fottitd that it proinptly 6«fst when the pressure was at only otrtMtourth of the Knaranteed limit Other lengths Were examined and it was learned that some potent add had been spilled on the hose and most of it badly damaged. Quickly the department borrowed sotte §06 feet troth the Olenwood department and with this are again assured of being able to handle alt conflagrations. Then the department set to work to ponder the mystery of the acid, but so far have not found either cause nor method of its being used. Southwest Iowa Baptitti Meet at Council Bluffs 70th Annual Seuiett South* western Baptist AMU. June 21 and 22 The annual session of the Southwestern Iowa Baptist Association is meeting in Council Bluffs Wednesday and Thursday of this week and a number of our Malvern Baptists are in atten dance. The meeting is being held in the beautiful church home of the First Baptist church one block west of the Chieftain hotel. Rev. L. R. Bobbitt of the Malvern church, who is vice moderator, preached the annual sermon Wednesday morning and Vernon Bobbltt sang a solo in the afternoon program. Mrs. Birdelle Wllkins of Glen wood presided over the Woman's Work program and Mrs. Moran of Olenwood had a place on the same program. Rev. L. J. Moran of Olenwood, Rev. J. F. Stille of Emerson, and Simon Stille of West Oak have places on the program today which Is appended. The delegates from the Malvern church are Rev, and Mrs L. R. Bobbltt, Vernon Bobbitt Margaret Berkhimer, Mr, am "Mr* Andy, J/ BerkblmeV'«Al|i Water Carnival to be Featured Mere on Fourth of July No C*lftbf*tiott But Plenty or Entertaiiilueftt Oft National Holiday Swimmers and those who «njoy watching swimmers win find plenty of entertainment in Mal- vefn on the Fourth of Inly when a water carnival will be staged at the municipal swimming pool. Diving contests, swimming races, feature events will be on the program. Present plans also call for a dance in the community the evening of July 4, a bail game in the afternoon, and the Empress theater is showing a special feature, "State Fair," that etenlng. There will be no admission for spectators at the water carnltal and swimmers will be charged only the regular pool admission of ioc. Prises and awards will be given the winners of each event. The carnival la sponsored by the pool management and the Community club and will be held in the afternoon. Picnickers are Invited to use the facilities of the pool park during the day if they desire. 8. The young people planning to attend the banquet Thursday evening are: Helen Waller, Marie Swoboda, John Hall, Mary Eliza beth Summers, Lucille Mclntire and Clinton Wise. Mrs. Marion Wise will take them up. Thursday's Program Morning 9:00 Devotional, Rev, C, Carrol. 9:15 Reports of committees. 9:45 Address, Rev. Frank An derson, executive secretary. 11:30 Doctrinal Sermon, Rev. li, 3, Moran, Glenwood. 11:50 Church Covenant, Rev J. P. Stille. Afternoon 1;15 Business. 1:30 Devotional, Rev. C, K Shackleford, New Market, 8:00 prohibition, Simon Stille West Oak, 2:80 Special music. 3:00 Address, Rev. If. M Westrate, Council Bluffs. Evening 7:00 B. Y, P. U, Banguet and program. Salyert Will Hold Demonstration Here A demonstration of the new Qrunow electric refrigerator will be held in Malvern Saturday by the Salyers Auto company. The machine, {uvQjyjng many Innovations In electric refrigeration, has just been put on the market and Is attracting considerable atten tiflu. Rush Medical Gives Degree to Laird Malvern Youth Graduated with Honors from Chi* cago School Long and arduous is the road toward proficiency in medicine and to reach the goal of a medical degree is an exceptional accomplishment. One Malvern young man, Donald Laird, 28, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. 0. Laird of this community, achieved this the past week when he was graduated from Rush Medical college of the University of Chicago. The convocation services of graduation were held June 13 in the Rockefeller chapel at the University. Dr. Laird also received a high additional honor when he was named for membership in Alpha Omega Alpha, honorary medical society correspond!: with the Phi Beta Kappa; trate In this community and was gradu^ ated from Grinnell college* in 1828, He has studied since that time, with the exception of one year, his advanced .medical work in Chicago. AB Is the custom in that profession, he will pot receive his degree of Doctor of Medicine until after he has finished his in- terne work. That will be taken at the Colorado General hospital In Denver and he leaves next Monday to take up this work, Dr. and Mrs, J, O. Laird motored into Chicago for the graduation activities last week and Donald returned to Malvern with them Thursday. Mulholland Battle of Bargains Sale On As a feature trading event of the month Mulholland's general store is holding a Battle of Bargains sale which will continue until July 1. Prices offered, In spite of inflationary treads, are lower than ever before listed and offer an exceptional opportunity tQ purchase before the general price advance which has already started in many lines. Announcements of their sale are found on pages 3, 5, and 7, Max Ireland started this week to operate 4 route for the Mai- vern Cleaners in their pickup and delivery service. He will cover most of the communities and in* tervening country of central and eastern Mills county. Qq§ Ta% Shows Heavy Decrease county's gasoline usere, are ecottowljlng judging from the receipts of gasoline tax money by the eoiiftty treasurer the past five $- MllU county's the total, and the total for « 1838 are For every gttllou of gmtollne «ol4 four cent* are collected: one Oft&t for the U, g. owe aud one- third tm\t for MUli county, for shows the amounts for the state and county or three cents tax. For the five mouths ending in March, for which pay was received by the county In May, .there was & total of $25,951.88 In 1938 and but $83,375.78 la 1983— a shrinkage of 18,57645. In. addition tq these sums the U. 8- government was paid one cent a gtUUm or 17,781.91 this year. Ws will pay wore whett they add another cent tux. We have used 779,191 galltWB so far. The reuoru are about two mouth* beUlud su th»t the table r«ftlly Iu,ttty4e* the KM sold 1ft NavwuUer. liecejnfeer, January,

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