The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on July 6, 1933 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1933
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LOCAL NEWS OP THE WEEK H tott* friend* wfll *ppr»ctat« fcftttnf «*& vHfti mentioned tn theft eWtrtOB*. Phot>» 16*. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Beaton wet cotoed * BOB, their first fcom, into their hom« In Malvero, Thursday, June 29. He has been named Danny Dean. We extend eon- •jratnlatfons. Editor E. ft. MeClnte of The Tabo* Beacon drove up Friday afternoon and brought his daughter, Virginia, and her little friend of Sfofl* Falls, So. Dak., who 1* visiting in Tabo*, tot A swim In the Boehner pool, The girls en- Joyed a fine time in the pool •while Mr. Mediate made The Leader man ft pleasant visit. Mr. MeClnre thinks our swimming pool one of the nicest and best arranged that he has ever seen. Charles o. Wearln came In Wednesday night from Los Angeles. Calif., called by the serious Illness of bis brother, Joe. Mr. Wearln Is a native of Mills county but has lived in Los An" geles and vicinity long enough to b6 classified as an old settler. He went out there about fifty years ago and with the exception of a con-jle of years spent looking after property in southern Nebraska that has been his home «ver since. Clalbourne Srazleton come la from Garden drove early last week and spent a few days with his brother, T. M., and family south ot Hastings. Thursday they all drove to Council Bluffs to visit other friends and called at the hospital to see Joe Wearln. Mrs. W. P. Wortman, Helen Zone Wortman, and Betty Baer drove out to Lincoln Thursday morning and spent the day with friends in University Place and Raymond. Coming back they were caught in a terrlffic rain southwest of Plattsmouth that held them up for awhile but did no damage. fttt MAI.VEft* LfcADtR L*rtfe ffrattf* **4 firfflfry ifo*e down fro* cwrffdl Khrff* Tuesday to «nj«y * Fonrth ot luty *ef « and at fewfttin-fng It's always C€€L at the li^^MA^VEjRlM^ Friday & Saturday Buck Jones in THE WHITE EAQLE Added Shorts, lOc and 2Sc Sunday, Monday Joe E. Brown, Ginger Rogers in YOU SAID A MOUTHFUL Added Shorts, lOc and 25c Wednesday July 18 Thelnia Todd, James Murray in AIR HOSTESS Added Short* Big Bargain Night, 5c . lOc Mrs. A. J. Mnnsinger trote **§# Tabor drove n* Saturday afternoon bringing a party of girls up for a swimming party in the Malvern pool fn honor of her daughter's birthday .they seemed to be having a fine tlffie. St. J. Hall from south of Hastings was in town Saturday afternoon. Re said he would finish laying by his corn the following Monday and the way it was growing since the rain it would hurry him to keep ahead of it. Mrs. C. M. FoIIett and Miss Naomi Herman drove to Kansas City Thursday where they met Mrs. Follett'* daughter, Mrs. Fred Colby, and two little sons of Beaumont, Texas and brought them home with her for an extended visit here. Mrs. Colby says that our weather here isn't really hot compared to what they have in their part of the south. Jlggs, Katzenjammers, Popeye, Nebbs, Barney Google, Toot* and Casper, Sklppy, Sappo, Blondie, Toonerville, Mickey Mouse, and all the really popular comics are now found only in the Sunday BEE-NEWS. adv. 46tf. Frank Dnrbln from south ot Emerson was in town Monday. Mr. Dnrbin finished up his corn plowing last week and had hi* all laid by. He says that they have had little rain In their neighborhood and the oats crop Is very short, some of It hardly worth cutting. S. S. Boord, the new carrier on route two, left Sunday for hi* former home in Attica, Ind. where he will pack up and move his family and effect* to Malvern. They will probably be in the fore part of next week. He has leased the Wllklns house recently vacated by J. H. Beckwith. Mr. and Mr*. Van Kagle of Chicago drove in last Sunday evening from that city for a couple ot week* visit with Mr*. Ragle's brother, Carl Paulsbn, and other relative*. Mr*. Kagle was tor- merly Mis* Belle Paulson. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kerney and daughter*, Katherlne and France*, drove in from New castle, Wyo. one day last week for a visit with his mother, Mr*. El- zle Kerney, and numerous other relatives. They drove the entire distance in one day, nearly 700 miles. Mr. Kerney is superintendent of school* in Newcastle, Dr. and Mr*. I. U, Parson* and aon, George, and ,Mi** ! Dixie Baer Hiss Maytfl B*W returned Monday ffiernfnt fro* Chicago where she spwnt two week* visft- fn* and attending the Century of progress exposition. She says that ft ft a wonderful show and that *he didn't have nearly tfttte enough there and wants to go hack again later and see tome more of it. Miss Fanny Clark assisted with the wofk in the Farm Bureau office during Miss Berry's absence. Mr. and Mrs. o. A. Rotenfetd were down from Harian Tuesday to celebrate the Fourth with Mat* vera friend*. Ice Crrttm Soctftl, Malvern Library lawn, Saturday evening, July 8, sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. George Hilton, adv. Georgia the northern lake country. They drove as tar north as Duluth, Minn, and stopped at a number of Minnesota lake resort*. Woodford R. Bylngton returned Sunday evening from Chicago where he spent a week attending the World's Fair. He reported the fair as a wonderful show from the standpoint of both education and recreation. H. H. Amos and son, Max, moved Saturday to Mr. Amos'* farm near Glenwood. Mr. Amos returned a week earlier from Wichita, Kan., where he took Mrs. Amos and daughter, Barbara, who will make an extensive visit with relatives there this summer. Mrs, Clinton Parker drove down from the Wesley Chapel neighborhood Saturday afternoon with a bunch ot the young people for a swim In the Malvern pool. She said they enjoyed it BO much that it was hard work to get them out again to start home. Donald MUllkan left Friday morning for Watson, Mo., where ho will visit relatives for several days. Oscar Flnkle, C. R, Brewer and Wm. Warner attended a Masonic lodge meeting in Tabor Friday evening at which third degree work was given. Cower froft w*if i «t* ti<l went a eetpte of w*rt* ffsftttrfc and attentffnt the JBxpofftfd*. Sfte was tefy «ueh pleated wftt the Mg fair and a»o Hket CnlSato eg a efty. fiH» sat* **th the city and the she exposition. - ttr». Catl Hertz Jr. wa* able to come home this week frota Omaha where she has been eon^ talescfn* since her operation fn the Bdmttttdson hospital and seems to fee convalescing rapidly. Mr. atd Mrs. Dallas Crlswell and young son spent the Fourth at the parental R. W. Crlswetl home fn Malvern. Mr. and Brs. oene co*ad and Mr. and M*«. O. t. Stoneberger of Creston visited Tuesday afternoon In the Lee 2. Henry home. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Fargo and daughter, Dorothy, of Tabor were Sunday evening guests In Marie and Harry left last week for Chicago where they will visit Mrs. Hilton'* sister. Georgia Marie and Harry will have a part on the program of entertainment at the Century of Progress Exposition while there. Mrs. Robert Mahoney and little son, Robert, came In yesterday evening from a visit in eastern Iowa and stopped over for a visit with her aunt, Mrs, W, P* Wort* man, and family. They are en- route to their home in Colorado Springs. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Farquhar and daughter, Elinor, were called to Lincoln, Nebr. Sunday by the serious illness of his sister, Mrs. John Carnahan. Mrs. carnahan died Monday morning and the fu* neral was held in Lincoln Wed' nesday afternoon. ( Misses Helen Marshall and Doris Wolfe and Max Ireland and Walter Phelps drove to Elmwood park in Omaha for a picnic on the Fourth, Mr. and Mr*. Raymond Swanson and little son spent the 4th In Red Oak with the Russell Swanson family. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Austin Murphy and daughter, Norene, of Glenwood joined them and all enjoyed a picnic supper together. Mrs. Roy Miller and children came in from Detroit, Mich, last Wednesday for a few day* visit with Mr*. Laura Miller. Paul Mulholland spent Sunday with hi* father, F. A. Mulholland. He ha* been working with a circulation crew near Blair, Nebr. Mr. and Mr*. Paul Van Horn, Viola and Richard, and Robert Sorenson drove down Tuesday and spent the Fourth with their aunt/ Mi** Blanche Hammond, south of town,., „,<, ... 'Mis* Helen Donner.,came the T. B. Gaudell home. Misses Churchill Grace and motored to Lucille Lincoln, Nebr. Sunday for a visit with friends. Miss Grace remained for a longer visit. Mrs. G. S. Eacrett accompanied her granddaughters, Peggy and Charlotte dates, to their home at Hastings, Nebr. Sunday and regained there over the Fourth, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Aistrope spent the Fourth here with, ffiends. They were accompanied home by Mr*. J. C. slothower who will visit friends there, T. M. Cross and family ot Mitchell, 8. D. and his mother, Mr*. John cross, who has been visiting in their home came in Saturday night for a visit at the parental Frank Churchill home. On Sunday they drove down to Princeton, Mo. for a few day* stay at the parental Cross home. Mrs. Henry Nim* and sons, Dale and Wayne, of Strahan were Fourth of July visitors In the Frank Churchill home. J. O. Flanagan and daughter drove down from Silver City Saturday for a little shopping and visiting with old friends. Mr. and Mr*. J. M. Eichelberger enjoyed a visit the past week from Mrs. Elchelberger's father, Fred Scb.olllan, ot Clarlnda. Sunday her sister, Vera, and brother, Louis, and a friend, Jack Morledge, motored over tor the day. Mr. Bcholllan accompanied them home. Mr*. WorWVFair Good Printing? The leader does the best looking wedding announcements, invitations, social stationery and all kinds o| commercial printing at reasonable prices, she in training in the nurses' school in the Presbyterian general hospital. She has vacation until Aug. 1, She likes her work in the hospital very much. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Randerson and Babs left Sunday afternoon for Rockford, 1)1. for a visit In his old home. They may also run in to Chicago to attend the Exposition before returning. Harry Bayes 1* looking after the store in bis absence, Misses Edna Hertz and Beryl Darting returned Sunday from a trip to the mountains and to Estes park. On their way home they stopped at St. Edwards, Nebr. and Mr*. Minnie Nelson accompanied them home for a visit in the Herts home. R, W, Mansfield drove down to Hamburg yesterday to look after business matters. ' Mis* Porotby Boylan ot North' boro is a guest in the home of her uncle, Walter Boylan, near Hastings, Mr. and Mr*. Sam Davis and daughter, Beryl, of Glenwood visited Sunday evening in the O. Davis home. They were enroute home from Henderson where they had spent the day at the home of their brother, Art Davis, and family, Mr, and Mrs. M, L, Allejy and sons, Paul Kllpatrick, and Pean Bates were Fourth ot July Yteit* or* ia the H, o, AHely home, ' Bros, about o, Allely, manager of 6004 elevator at Hasting*, is the busiest man around these days, especially since the wheat harvest i* on- He is now working both, eight and day tafr ing in wheat from four combines, that are busy harvesting in W*ie, Roy RobWa*. J. Been* at «be dedication ot Enchsnted th« children's falryUBd at Cttesgd's World's SB* Island, which consists 8* av* ****, wis opened two weeks to advance ot th« offlcUl ewaiat. Hew the parent* tta? &** tttff eafi4t*a with e*p»bla attendant* wttto tiuy visit ottMf MettoM of A 6ettto*r of fntnm sat vfctl «M teatod* •I interesting Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Martin of Council Bluffs came down the morning of the Fourth to spend the day with old time Malvern friends. Mr. and Mrs. Martin but recently returned from a trip to Mr Martin's old home In east WESLEY CHAPEL Hugh Flckel ot Malvern drove his father, Bert Flckel, to Oxford, Nebr. last week to be with central Tennessee. Mr. Martin j his brother, Clark, who^ was '—- * - '' " t " """ says that If we had Just a part of the rain they are getting down in that country we would be pretty well off here. Mr. and Mrs. U. R. Graves and Ellis visited Saturday and Sunday with the C. F. Tlmmons family at Valley, Nebr. They say that it Is unusually dry out there aa they haven't had a decent rain since March. Mrs. A. 8. Mills left Saturday for Attica, Ind. to join Mr. Mills who has been transferred there as one ot the rural carriers out _. _ . . .of Attica, and where they expect «„.., , , T M ^?i 1 £ * I to ***** thelr nome - Mr - and Mr *mother of J. M. Eichelberger of MIUl bare B hw)t of Ir iend. In thi* place, accompanied Mr. and" Malyern who re gret loring them Mr*. J, W. Lugsch of Bhenandoah t* Steelvllle, Mo. where they •pent the Fourth on a ranch recently purchased by the Lugsches. Mr*. Lugsch formerly was Pansy .and ..son. Roger, visited' from Wednesday until Sunday at Magnolia with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lyons. Mr. and Mr*, Frank Clay and daughter, Francine, of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Bond, and Mr*. Bertha Landis were guests of Mr, and Mrs, Lloyd Landis on the Fourth, Mrs, Marjory Centers drove in Monday from Kansas and visited over night in the J. R. McClymond home. Tuesday morning she and Mr*. McClymond drove up to Knoxvllle and from thence to Lacona to visit Don McClymond and family, Mr. McClymond will drive up the last of the week to bring Mr*. McClymond home. The condition, of Joe Wearln at the Edmundaoh hospital remains much the same this week although at time* there seem to be changes for the better in so far as hia digestive organ* are concerned. A trouble ha* developed in one leg. through a blood clot, that gives him a great deal of pain at time*. Mrs, Dale Hevern who has been in the Mercy hospital in Council Bluffs the past two weeks recovering from »n operation was able to return home gunday, Ice Pr*aw Social, Malvern Library lawn, Saturday evening, July 8, sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary, * adv. Junior RoMmoB left last Thursday for Taylor. Nebr. where be will spend tbe rest of the from Malvern but wish them well in their new home. Lorraine Hodges has been quite 111 the past week with the measles. Miss Oldays QUUHand spent ' their home near McPberson. njer o, a a f W m. *n4 little Mrs, Robert wn, Robert, C8ffle }n We visited over nigjjt | a (ha berts, and Rpbbtaa Bros, fields. The quality is fine an4 the yield }s fair considering. Mr. §04 Mr*. T. p. Cauaell aftd Betty were Red Oak visitors the evening of July 4. Mr. and Mrs. Qeorge Nahley were, guest? la the Marlon Wise home tor a pteBle Fourth. Martin. Wiaa to from aa attack of gu»4*le». Mr*. J. W, Jjofluity »U4 tor, Alice, »otpr*4 Grata Mo. WAdjWMUf tor a vJ«U. Billy M.cNuH>- Wttt ;*> turn home witb i£tjft lr«w, A IAS* •raj w«#k* *i»U0ji .4 City »n4 GrtSf, &W, ho»» with Mrs. Here f pjn,|t M t ft Mrs, 014 feeaie at RwsseU. waj foMBerJy Miss sM haj, yj»ite4 U, S, GOVERNMENT GREATEST BANKER Run* Fifty-two Financing Institutions With Investment of Two Billion Dollars— Thirty-nine Agricultural A MERICA'S biggest banker todaj is the Federal Government which Is now operating ntty-twc financing institutions, say* Pro tessor John Hanna of Columbia On! verrtty In the American Bankers A>- soclation Journal. "Forty of these are owned entirely by the Government," be saya. "Ir twelve more the Government baa al ready a two-thirds Interest, Thirty seven are intended to be permanent Twenty-five of the permanent one and fourteen of the temporary onr are agricultural. "The capital stock held by th< United States in these banks has : par value of $1.380,000,000. The Go\ ernment's total Investment is nea ]y $2,000.000,000. Resources ot the<« Institutions exceed 13,000,000,000. Ju addition the Government has df tailed supervision over flfty-OB mortgage banks, operating undr Federal charter. "The Government sl«o gupervUi i,6QO local agricultural loan associr HOBS with Federal charters. All thl takes no account of the relations n the Government to the twelve Fed era] Reserve banks, nor ol the ai» thorjty recently given, tft ft* Recon atnictlQU Finance Corporation to buy preferred stock; in state commercial lured a few weeks ago by a fall and is still in quite a serious condition. The Ladles' Aid met Wednesday with Mrs. Ward Flckel. A nice crowd of eighteen members and guests were present and a very pleasant afternoon was spent. The guests were Mrs. Minnie Dent of Glenwood, Mrs. Elsworth Sowers, and Mrs. John Rainbow ot Henderson, Mrs. Gerald Wilson and children, and Mrs. Cliff Plumb of Red Oak. Mrs. Faye Blunt and sons ot Hastings are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Flckel. An ice cream social will be held at the Wesley Chapel church Friday evening. It is sponsored by the church and everyone is Invited. Mr, and Mrs. June Ftckel at* tended the funeral ot Marshal Dunn, formerly ot Qlenwood, la Omaha Wednesday. Mrs. Vera McCoy, husband and children ot Winner, 80. Dak. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Winslow, at Tabor Sunday, Cliff and Jay Winslow and taut* Hies and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Parker and boy* were also at home for the family reunion. One ot our young newly married friends tells u» that bis wife has the very last word In pa- Jamas, which recall* the tact that most women have the last word no matter what they are wearing. Remember the good old dayi when Lillian Russell was your stage ideal, Hani Wagner was your baseball hero, and you didn't have-to worry about any income tax collectors? We are gradually coming to the- opinion that Cordell Hull loves a tariff Just about as much as the average barber admire*' - - - •* •-" — ^ [Church Baptist Church L. R, Bobbin, Pastor Twenty missed Bible school Sunday because they were ill with the measles. Wonder how many others who were not present had reasons which were real reasons for not coming. "Our Days and Years as Teachers" is the sermon subject Sunday morning. Think over how much time you gave to spiritual things this week and see if you do not need to spend an hour in the church. If you do not need it, the folk* who come to church need you, Methodist Episcopal Church Roy E. Gugeler, Pastor Mies Berulce Wljson is director of a young people's choir tor our church this summer. This eho(r gave a very fine special number last Sunday morning and led out in the congregational singing in • a fine way. The Woman'* Foreign Mission* ary ^My will meet jrtth, Mr*, the leader, Your pastor and bla pect to be gone next gnnda.y, They e« July 4 to be w!tb Ws'parent* fa Junction city, Kan. w ui July 8, »Bd go from tbwe to visit M,ra, Qugeler's mother a»4 rtster unUl the wprnlng O f July H. f^e e> pect to return to Malvern in the evening of July 14, Thus there will be no preaching service in the Methodist church next Sunday, but the following Sunday. July 18, there will be. We hope the people will be back in large number*, on the 16th. Next Sunday wjll be an opportune time for the people of our church to worship with the Baptist people, There will be Sunday school next Sunday. Let UB remember that U begins at 10 a. m, For several Sundays »*&» ticket* have been given to pupil* in the Sunday school. Thus fur no definite regulation* have been stated, except tb<J age require ment. Following are regulation* that will guWft tt»* «W1»R 9t &* ticket* in ow Softools .. , 1, The pupil, must be B»4w thirteen year* old. .„ , 9, Tb9 pupiJwMIt b^praiWrt before the Sunday school is called - i . s '- * - ' 8, Tbe pupil ajujfcbf w «ll - '-- ••'• 4, Sunday achooj template ho.yg have charge tea it tbH tour, lag, crc4H 8geBcl'j« into the ww Fariji Credit 4d»lnlstr8Uoa« sap fro/ Hwtsa, {Je ejtjire|8e« the opJaioa that bslore (tie cpa»QU4a tloa {00 witch, {}>

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