The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 29, 1933 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1933
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ttmrr LOCAL SPORTS Oakland Nine Win* T from Malvefti Club Visitor* Come from Behmd hi Ninth Id Witt 8 to 6 Under a sweltering sun the Malvern town team was defeatei by the Oakland nine on the loea diamond Sunday afternoon by score of 8 to 6. After allowin the opponents' to gain five run oppoents to gain 6 In the first innings, Greene, hurler for the locals, nettled down to some exper pitching that did not allow them to get a single score until be became a trifle too warm and was relieved oft the mound by Gene Hoover, in the ninth inning Oak land's heavy hitters came to the plate to pound out three runs that won the game for them. Oakland's hurler, Sampson, decided that it was too warm to allow a man to hit so he walked four in a row. After the walks he was relieved from mound duty by Hockenberry. The only home run of the game was made by Kllllon of Oakland in the first inning. The local nine were trailing on a 6 to 4 score tip to the sixth inning when they gained a run that tied the score. In the seventh they received another score that left i them in the lead by 6 to 6. Ther were 11 hits chalked up to th credit of the Malvern team ant 1? to the Oakland nine. Expert fielding on the part o the local boys made It possible to hold the opposing team to their eight scores. Lloyd Mutholland made a spectacular catch In the field when he retrieved a high fly that seemed to be placed about right for a home run. There were very few fans attending this game and for a good reason — it was too hot to be any place except in the swimming pool or under a shade tree with a glass of ice cold lemonade. Sunday Malrern will play Fitch's Grocery nine of Council Bluffs and on July 4 they will meet Glenwood, both games on the home diamond. Anxious to make games available to all, the club reduced admissions to lOc and ISc. ttiiffi team standings in the kftten- ban league are: Team All Stars __4 Boosters __2 Oilers ____ ___2 Merchants __2 Firemen — —1 Plymouth* — _1 0 2 2 3 2 3 1.0 00 .600 .600 .400 .83 S .250 Kittenball Pairings Klttenball pairings for this week: June 29: All Stars vs. Firemen. July 3: Boosters vs. Oilers. July 4: Firemen vs. Plymouths. July 6: Merchants vs. All Stars. Sidney Juniors too Fast for Malvern *o»e 8 to 3 Tilt oft Opponent's Diamond Tuesday Oilers Step Over Into Win Column The Oilers trounced the Firemen to the tune of 21 to 9 Thursday evening. The , O'Uera, wjth Burcy In 'the box, lid "not Bob find any difficulty in holding the Firemen to a meager 9 tally. John Kline, doing the hurling for the Firemen, couldn't seem to The local Legion baseball nine met defeat at the hands of a fast Sidney nine Tuesday afternoon b a score of 8 to 3. The total o Malvern's scores was run in 1 the fourth inning. Huebner start ed on the mound for the loca team and was relieved by Jackson In the early part of the game. Gareans started for Sidney bu was soon relieved by Halntng After he had had his tryout a pitching for them he was put on the bench and Charley was put Jn his place. Harold Slater was acting manager because of the absence of the regular manager, Edgar Perdew. He put In a new lineup that barely enabled the local boys to hold the opponents to their 8 scores. The opposing pitchers managed o collect 8 strikeouts between bemselves. Huebner and Jackson cored only 6 strikeouts between them. The local boys received 8 hits from the opposing hurlers and allowed the Sidney team to collect 12 hits. The Malvern nine played very poor baseball and allowed several runs in that should not have been there. Their errors were to blame and not the heavy batting of the Sidney nine. the eoflege can now oter a more compete *M sefecifon from which to cfcottse. Mr. ftflfiatrtc* wffl Mte a boot contafnfng a description of each farm bttflffittg, a perspWcHte, croBt sectto*, and floor plan tfew. It is hope* that lumber and other material dealers and contractors will secure copies of this book, it Is hoped lii the near fatate enough copies wfll be in the bands of dealers and contractors In various parts of the county that farmers win be able to see them In their local towns. By referring to this book of plans a farmer wishing to construct a new building may select the plan best suited to his needs. included in the list are dwellings, barns, poultry houses, hog houses, dairy barns, and other animal shelters, storage structures for grain and vegetables, machinery sheds, garages, ice houses, milk houses, creameries, and livestock equipment such as watering tanks and feeders, and miscellaneous items. The plans in this book are so designed to give a building With maximum usefulness and permanence with the greatest economy Tabor Junior Nine Loses to Malvern Legion Baseball Team Show* Able Form in ..,„ First Teat Friday Manager Edgar Perdew's Legion nine defeated the Tabor nine ,on the local field Friday after- hold the Oiler heavy sluggers i noon by a score of 7 to 2 The from their unusually fine Malvern hurlers, Huebner and Jackson, held the opponents to of material, figured on a per-year cost. The plans also may be used for remodeling old buildings as well as constructing new ones. Farmers interested In either remodeling or erecting new structures may see this booklet at the county agent's office, Chaffe* Stow and Hftfry Evarns were dfrettandoah visitors fares Q&f flrtfrflTttfrt Mr. and Mrs. EveVett Plnmb and family of near Malvern spent Sttftday In the Elmo Moore home Rartfe Douglas and children Clara Marie and James, Were Omaha visitors Monday. Mrs. Bert Combs and daughter Geraldlne Were Red Oak visitors Saturday afternoon. Misses Josephine Rassel, Mat- lite Shaw, Gertrnde Baker, Edna Douglas, Helen Myers, Janette Shook and Clara Marie Douglas went to Hastings Sunday evening and gate the play, 'Missionaries, dating the church service hour. Wayne Splcer has been sick the past week with the measles. Charlie Bnckman left Wednesday for Monroe City, Mo., to stay two weeks with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Market and children of neat- Silver City spent Monday evening in the Ora Douglas home. Mr. and Mrs. James Durbin were Red Oak visitors Saturday WESLEY CHAPEL Mrs. Ridlin Diet in Oakland Mrs. Rldlin, mother of Mrs. John Wilson, passed away last week at the home of her daughter In Oakland. Mrs. Ridiin fell and broke her hip some time agd and was unable to recover from he effects. Funeral services were held Saturday at Oakland. batting. Expert fielding on the part of the eating from tbe standpoint of thrill*. Many »p*ct&craUir catches «*4« ic th* outfield by both WHfc p*j MeCord doing very Ti* *»*» I4«t* *A tit* *** Swxbsbvt if/ Ts-as OMKry who isas fib* fcufcfe «f «**42stx on tbe »**«* j4»** *•&** * rnscer curu H* »** wrtrine tb* tan; * tutu started boaae an4 ju result tbere WM a «g collision, five scoreless innings while the Tom to estertain tbe faiw witb an exJilWtlon of aero- op, * pinning batics, uLacdiuK around life* an finally ending up in t»wan di»e to Henderson Loses to Locals Sunday More luck attended Pat Kll- martln's team tUan it did the town team, they won their lilt from Henderson by a score of S to 6. Up until the sixth Inning the score was 6 to 0 in favor of the local nine, m the B Utu the Henderson nine ran in one score in the seventh two, and in the eighth -. three. Homer Jackson pitched eight innings and then Bob Paulson was given a chance to exercise his throwing arm, Clinton Fazel and Bob Burcy deserve a lot of credit for the winning of this tilt as they played ball as it is seldom seen played. This team was not so over-confident of winning and therefore played to win. inter-] Tabor pitchers, Erwin and Ellis, allowed the local batsmen to garner at least one tally in all but the second and sixth innings. The game seemed to go awfully slow in the last three innings as there were very few hits. The tilt was won mainly by the pitchers, wbo struck out ten men and allowed only one walk. The opponents made only two strikeouts and walked five men. Each team made one home run. Malvern's homer was clouted out by Bud Dalton, a player from Olenwood, and Cotter slugged out the opponent's base circler, 8. Clem, local druggist, has offered considerable encouragement to the Legion team by offering a maltfcd milk to the individual wbo scores tbe first home run or th* flr*t three bagger, pro- danctr and a beautiful earth Mr, and Mrs. Lynn Parker and ong spent Sunday In the home 'f Mrs. Parker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wlnslow, at Tabor. Mrs. June Fickel visited her mother, Mrs. Qibbs, in Olenwood ~>lday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sowers were Council Bluffs visitors Sat- rday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Parker rom west of Malvern were guests n the Paul Parker home Sunday. Leland Goodnight was in a se- ious auto accident last week. The ust on the Pioneer Trail was so ense the car skidded and in ome way hit the bank and turn- Dobney. d over. The two girls with him ere badly injured while Leland escaped with a few minor., cuts Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Stonebreaker and children visited her parents, Mr, and Mrs. T. Q. Markel, near Malvern Sunday. afternoon. Mrs. L«na Vaughn spent Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Myr- sel Thomas. Mr. afid Mrs. Bert Combs and daughter, Geraldlne, and Holbert Hampton spent Sunday near Riverton. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Dttnlap spent Sunday evening in the John McGlnnis 8r. home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shaw and daughter, Darlene, of Shenandoah spent Wednesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shaw. Mrs. William Hutchison and son left Wednesday for their home at Louisville, Ky., after vis-1 Itlng her mother, Mrs. Shively, and sister, Mrs. John Myers. Mrs. A. J. McGlnnis and daughter, Betty Ann, and Mrs. Myrsel Thomas were Red Oak shoppers Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Seth Bellwood and family spent Sunday In the Lyle Bellwood home. Mr, and Mrs. Elmo Moore were callers Saturday evening at the Markel home near Silver City. Misses Marcella and Alice Mc- Glnnis of Shenandoah spent the past week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John McGln- nis 8r. Mrs. Johnson and son, George, EAST M*. aft*3 M«. 8. «. ajLjjf «uu Mr. aird jfri> DM &sl«n of ft a* frerft Were enteftaffied Wst'Son- day ft weet by Mrs. Petite Bonnet at her ioms in Cotftcft Blfris. Mf .aftd Mrs. t. H. SeatoA a*d SOB, Sterling, of AHIahee, Nebf., arrived Jane 18 for a two weeks visit with theft parents, Mr. afcd Mrs, 13. C. Beaton, and Wr. and Mrs. I. 6. Late of Matters, and wit bother relatives and friends. wniiam Sbapcott of ftwAeiie. tit. was a recent visitor in the home of his brother, C. f. Shapcott, and faintly. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilhelm and family were dinner guests Sunday in brother, ft. Hillsdale. Mr. and Mrs. 3. 0. Whltesldes S T R A H A Ladies* t/fite* M*t Th* teet at the cnntcn test WeftWaMay aftefiWHwlt Hottest** were: Mr*. Id Nagei and Mrs. feoford Pettlgtew. f he regular trttrtftest ttiettftf was held. Af this time & the home of her C. Mayberry, near and son, Dwight, Were afternoon callers Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Catherine Whitesides, and James. Supt. and Mrs. O. C. tferaey fid daughters, Catherine and Frances, of Newcastle, Wyo. are visiting in the home of his mother, Mrs. Laura Keraey, and with other relatives and friends, they left hbme early Monday morning and arrived here the same evening IB V8. live of the Cnftts t*ttbfishiftg company was present and gate I talk At the close of tire meeting th hostesses served refreshments of lee cream, cake, and ice tea. At there remain* only tit or seven names 0ft the list who hate ftot setted to far this year Mrs. Rat ton, tbe presidents has announced one serving a month from now nntll September. ¥hat win bring the nett regular meeting tbe middle of Jaly and wilt be an- nonnced later. There was a fine attendance at tbe meeting which all enjoyed. Mis* Alice Duncan of Lincoln has been a guest over the week end of Everett Qipe at tbe home of his parents, Chas. Gipe. Mr, and Mrs Celebrating jointly the eight' eenth and seventeenth birthdays „ of fiillle Jr. and Lillian Bradley, C. 1. ShapCott and family were their mother entertained Thora. Cunningham and Martin and Leon Lemonds. Another invited guest, Faye Hayes, was unable to attend. A fine fried chicken dinner, with all other good things to go with it was enjoyed at noon. Sunday visitors in the home of her father, Earl shook, and fatally West of Malvern. There was no service at the church hour Sunday as the pastor and family drove to Winterset to attend the funeral of relative that day. There was a a the very good attendance at church school, services at the usual hours next Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. C. 1. Shapcott, Madeline and Billy were Shenandoah visitors one day last week. Ladies' Aid meeting will be held at the church Wednesday afternoon, July 6. A special program is being arranged. Everyone Is Invited to be present, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Rlmel returned home from Bedford last Wednesday,where the former had been under the care of his son, Dr. Warden Rlmel, for ten days. Although not strong yet Mr. Ri- mcl is somewhat improved and able to be up and around part of the time. A very pleasant reunion was . . _ - _-. held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. left Tuesday for Grand Island, ;E. C. Beaton Sunday when all of Nebr,, after several months visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Farley has found out that ypu can't , t _ ..... ________ , ____ He Is also beginning to learn that you can't fulflll seven million campaign promises with four thousand Jobs. MILLS COUNTY FARM BUREAU NEWS Bruce M. Kilpatrick, Agent. Miss MaygJl Berry, Secretary. Phone 844 their children were home except their daughter, Mrs, Karl Carr, and family from near Tabor. Those present were Mr. and Mrs, Y, H. Beaton and son, Sterling, * Dan 'fife Eon; Cani Beaton bf*Malrwfnf' Cattle Feeders Day Explain Experiments Iowa cattle feeders will have an opportunity July 21 to hear explained and to see some of the results of the year's experiments in cattle feeding at the Iowa Agricultural Experiment station at Ames. Tbe date for the annual Iowa Cattle Feeders' "Hey Day" will be July 21, C. C- Culbertson. who Is in charge of the feeding tests, baa Just announced. During the past year the tests were all made with calves purchased on vidfcd of course that the local nine! the Sioux City market. Among wins tbe game. j these were twelve lots, consisting j of eighty-four head of steer calves j and seventeen heifer calves. The steer calves are still on feed and those who attend tbe meeting July 21 will have an opportunity Boosters No Match Mrchant Ten Monday eveniug the Merchant to Bee tl >em. The heifers were fed ten handed the Boosters a 17 toi Bi * monthl) an d marketed In May. """ " ....... Oilers Win From Plymouths Tuesday Tuesday evening in a drizzling raiJd the Oilers defeated tue Ply- m^Uths 10 to 4. The small showers caused tbe tilt to be called t>uce hut the lusty bellows from tilt fellow athlete* soou put them was 8 trouncing. The Merchants started with Paul Hertz i n the box and he proved to be good enough to remain during the entire game The Boosters started with Clinton Fasel in the box but soon replaced him with Caldwell This game was rife with errors 4 plenty crabbing. The way that base umpire "Ping - Cullousu could get around making a decision without making some one angry was to say that ue never saw tbe pjay. This slm- on, the wound for the Oilers while Cifetala H4 pjpr did, th« burling far tht Wypjoiith. tta. £Ml6 grftil ftUfi nlaving • &^w ^T'fjiuw ^p^Hw jpg^mqfgng i fllfrPift £& IJUJEBJMfy jiMfti & could fti&i'i tlidltttf • &idw&y ««W* fM» fttHM IMWAf best Mc- . - Uttu alibi put sve arg Tbe steers will have been on feed eight months Cattle Feeders' Day. The experiments tbe past year included further trials in the use of soy beans as the protein supplement, a comparison of steers and heifers, and three of the lots were fed limited rattoas and are now being finished on pasture, offering a comp«ri»OB of finishing in dry lot and <w pasture. An opportunity also will he ottered to those wbo attend Cattle Feeders' pay this year to »e* hav. °.H have otherwise kept brewing throughout the entire game New Plan Service win. Mills , county the sixty head of T«»»» yearling steers which ar» to b# used for the feeding trials »f tb» coatog year, These are Jujt startlnn on feed. Silverettc Club Meeta The Silverette club met at the home of Lorraine Pasbner Wednesday, June 81. There were eleven members, the leader and four visitors present. The new officers were initiated by a candle service. The girls being home from Ames gave us some very good reports, A short business mating was held after which Mrs. Donner, the leader, showed us some of the new patterns. The rest of the afternoon was spent playing games, Refreshments were served b? tbe hostess, Lorraine Dashner, reporter, The Progressive Poultry People organized op June l at the home of our leader, Mrs. W, s, Bradley. The officers elected were Lillian Bradlijr, president? Bo**thy Nagel, vl$st president} — Bradley, secretary and Lulu Bradley, historian; Margaret ABfJW, reporter. We and Card of Thank* I wish* to thank my neighbors and friends for their many acts of kindness and for tbe beautiful flowers I enjoyed while in the hospital and since coming home, G, W, Rime!, We wish to join In the good wishes for many jnore happy birthdays for Billle and Lillian. Miss Charlotte Dye entertained a group of girl friends at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dye, last Wednesday. Fried chicken and all the trim' mings, ice cream and cake, were among the many good things enjoyed at dinner time. After dinner the afternoon was spent with games and music. Those girls attending were: Marjorie and Delpha Donner, Dorothy Howard, Anna Rose Bass, Viola Woodflll, Marian Macken of Onawa, who is a guest of the Donner girls, and Charlotte and Josephine Dye. Miss Macken was a classmate of Charlotte during her sophomore and junior years in the Malvern high, before her removal to Onawa, and needless to say her visit was an enjoyable-one. Mra. Pearl West of Malvern was a visitor last week in the bom* of Mr «nd Mrs. Frank HII- >er. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bteele were .•b°j If any of those Chicago school teachers ever told their pupils that "education is wealth," we'll bet they are ashamed. — Fort Wayne News-Sentinel. HILLSDALE Wayne Hilton Surprised With Birthday Party About twenty of the friends of Wayne Hilton, gave him the sur* prise of bis life -last Wednesday evening when they suddenly arrived at his home and told him they had come to celebrate bis eighteenth birthday. HU mother and sisters had been Jn on. the scheme so jlje, rest of tl»e fumlly wer» prepared, The evening was spent ipTA 80* elalgppd time with lawn, games other amusements. Mrs. Hilton served refreshmeBtfl of tee cream and two kinds of were Sunday afternoon guests in the home of Paul Fichter hear Randolph. A birthday surprise party arranged by and held at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Emmett Qipe, in honor of tbe birthday of Mrs. Gipe, was one of tbe pleasant happenings of last week. Guests for the occasion were Earl and Anna Rose Base, Everett Gipe, Viola Woodflll, Norma Shaul, and Frank Cole. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Kayton au toed to Carson for au over Bunday visit at the home of their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Carley, Gertrude Carley Is a guest of her sister, Mra. Chas, Kayton, A **MMft & mwtf, fntefert ihre JMHMIIK tnrned to »are»t« near Vntltca wnete c fln* dinner wa« wrted. th* Jrid* altftottth strange to «» to 6i»* of the nicest of Vlilisca's yottttf women and well fitted to fill het place la the ho»e of her husband's choosing Is one af our natlte sons* a boy lored and respected by all ktto* hlto. Th«y wfll make thelf hotne la the Walter PISB*? resldiflce jjrobeftf whieb th« groott had fitted op fof his btldt, Most* of good wishes for theif future happiness and prosperity go with them. Grant Chamberlain and his crew of helpers, Messrs. Bower and Seolt, are doing a fine piece of road work tor east White Cloud, With their adequate equipment they are enabled to move the dirt faster; also surfacing and ditching, gome of the crossroads haten't been worked thoroughly for several years past and this work done by Grant and hit helpers should put them in find shape before fall, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klmsey of Jhenandoah were dinner guests Sunday of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Kermlt Hilyer. Mrs, J. p. Achenbach and daughter, Myrtle, were Shenandoah visitors Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kagel, Clarence and Dorothy were Sunday visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wilson. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hammock and son, Virgil, were callers Iso. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dye, Char-;! otte and Josephine, were dinner! guests Sunday at the home Willis's sister, Mrs. Arthur C ey, of near Carson. MT. VERNON for tbe week, Mr, and Mrs, children, Phyligs, Carl Olson, and Lorraine, Elo}se, were -Sunday dinner guests in the borne of Mr. and Mra, Zeno Bass, Mr. and Mrs, Ohas, Gipe were callers 3unday evening at the. H. Amick bome in Headeraon. Mr, and Mw, Arthur and little son, Dusne, were dinner guests Sunday pf Arthur's •later a,»d hjabjuid,, Mr, pateiaan, near W«»l evived the corn ng, badly in some places' nded the drouth for a tlmel east, ^ «. Mrs. a", F. Wills went to derson Saturday evening for' weeks visit with her daughter! Mrs. W. 0. Vanderpool, and fam* ily. Tom Wills was in Pacific .,_..„ tion from Friday until .Monday^ assisting his brother-in-law, H. I Danford, at the service station.. Many farmers will finish laying-1 by the corn this week or nextri The dry weather of late had mad* *i corn Plowing,dusty work In the" extreme. Some farmers quit plow* ing corn for a few days on a<K count of the dryness and dust ia' tbe fields. the recent rise in the Price of corn much of tt in, this; locality is going into the tors, Mr, and Mrs, M, Smith and son" of Omaha autoed down to < Mr, and, Mrs. Ralph Parker study leaflet*, Bight »j«»bere were present, Refreshmen^a , 01 punch and o#o.kie» were served. Our secojjd, meetinj was j; at the Margarft Angus home June ?3. Wid and discuss^ other relatlires Saturday until 8wndBy afternoon. to the meeUag were «NEff4, The next i> to he hei<J Clovtr U*f shawl. Lulu &r«4l»r f«r* bwr report af ibo mmt&m

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