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

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1933
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HENDERSON Igj MALVfeftfr LEAMS, MALVtft^ TdWA. H&V Mr. at»d Sfrs. Jttd cbppoelt an'dt The friend* of Mrs. - ron, Herman, and wife were Shenandoah visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. ken Trfpiett and Mrs. Orlo Harris were visitors in Red Oak Tuesday afternoon. The friends of Mrs. S. M, Woods are sorry to learn she has been on the sick list several days and all hope she improves soon. Mrs. Pearl Harbor and family and Virginia Harbor returned Friday from a weeks visit in Kansas and Missouri. A. H. Harbor and A. J. Harbor and son, Morris, were in Shenandoah Sunday afternoon. Art Frltcher and family have gone to Grant City, Mo. to attend a rodeo there the Fourth of July. Mrs. Rose Plumb has been staying in the Mrs. S. M. Woods home since her illness. Dr. DeWitt and wife and his sister-in-law of Macedonia have been enjoying an outing at the Chicago fair. His son who has been attending school there studying to be an undertaker expects to return home with them. The Christian Ladles' Aid en- Joyed a pot luck lunch at their meeting Wednesday afternoon'. Several members took guests. The afternoon was spent In quilt' ing and visiting. About thirty were present. Mrs. A. A. Wrlghl and Mrs. Clyde Oravitt were appointed to serve the lunches in j July. are glad she was able to retnfn from the hospital in Cotra- cfl Blnffs last week after over & two weeks stay. She Is unable to walk yet hire It is hoped she improves soon. Mrs. Waldo Oliver ot near Emerson rfsltpd In the Dave Owens home Thnrsday. Mrs. Abel Williams has been staying in the home of her son, Ken, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Pirk Boyd were in Shenandoah Saturday. Champ Harover and family of Adel spent the week end with relatives here. Mrs. Georgia Wilkinson and Tfte gerfpttrre reading for tfrfs ^&6x w f ftira Ti T&GBS&roftiititt* OW Fourth Qtetterty Corrfer- er.ce *m b* held here at the church the evenfsg of Jffl* 47. Aft departments of the ehtrrfen will give reports. Come to chnrch next Sntrday at 10 o*cfoct. The pastor will preach on the subject, "Joshrtra — and What We Can Le*ra from Him." Chnrch school at II. Lesson subject, "Caleb." Tour personal presence at chnrch encourages others and also helps yon in many ways. R. W. Casebott and family and Mrs. C. H. Amlck were in Counell Bluffs and Omaha Saturday. /V farmer's hotu« caught fire. As he had no telephone, he ran across field* to • neighbor's to tele* phone for help. The house VTM detlroyed—the win. nte» he lost by not having • telephone cost this farm* er dearly,* Aw emergency with. out a telephone baa cost some farmer* than the service a day to know that help if only a telepho otwiy, *&« YOU) f 9 family visited her sister and family in Omaha Wednesday. Mrs. C. E. Edmondson has received word of the illness of her mother who lives in the state of Washington. Her many friends here hope she Improves soon. Mrs. J. S. Willard who has been here since the death ot her husband left Thursday for her home in California. She expects to be gone about a year and then come back to Iowa to live. At the M. E. Ladies' Aid Thursday afternoon, visitors were) present from Emerson, Wesley Chapel, and Red Oak| Visiting was much enjoyed as some of the visitors from Red Oak were residents here a good many year* ago. There were several quilts on display, the Aid had quilted. At the close a .pot luck lunch was enjoyed by over thirty ladles. A very pleasant time was reported and the Aid hopes these ladies will visit them again. W. B. Wheeler had business in Council Bluffs Tuesday. . Mrs. Will Reese ot the Wales vicinity returned over a week ago from a two years stay in California. She had charge of an apartment house while there, Dave Jenkins and L, T. Qour- ley were looking after business affairs in Council Bluff* Saturday. -. Dorothy Owen* returned to Omaha the flr*t of the week to take up her work again. She ha* been enjoying a vacation with her parent*. Mr*, Blalne Parker and children visited relative* in Red Oak a few day* last week. Leslie Allenaworth and family were Omaha visitors Friday, Margaret Harbor went to Omaha Monday for a few days visit in the A. O. Harney home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boileau visited in Shenandoah Thursday. The °£ Jd <O^M* the, M. Be after church' Sunday evening? Lee Qtllflllan 1* the owner of a new Ford car purchased a few day* ago. Elizabeth Phillips and Virginia Harbor were in Omaha Monday. Mr, and Mr*. Lewis Abbott of Clarlnda drove up Saturday evening and visited over Sunday In the C. H, Amick honje. Charles Amlck who had been spending a week In Clarinda came up with them, EAST LIBERTY Miss Ruth Caspary of Des Moines was a dinner guest Wednesday in the C. M. Nelson home. Miss Deta Gary was a guest Thursday of Miss Marjorie Donner near Malvern. Betty Henderson returned last week from a visit with her grand parents, Mr, and Mrs. Wiatt of Sidney. Mr, and Mrs. T, B. McClure and Mr. and Mrs. p, E. Crawmer were Qlenwood visitors last Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Kerney, KatberlBe and Frances, Mrs. Laura Kerney and Josle were shopping in Omaha Thursday, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Maddocks of Silver City spent one afternoon last week in the home of their son, w. H., and family. Mrs. Catherine Whiteslde* Jamea an4 Cly4e Whiteside* „„„ family were Sunday visitors in the home ot her sister, Mrs. Ella Boyd near Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. E,, C, S/aton vere in Malvern Friday getting acr quaiatea with their new grandson, born to Mr. «nd Mrs, Own Beaton, Thursday, June 89, O. C. Kerney aa<J family ft8 4 Mrs. Laura Kerney were callers la the home ot Mr*. Winnie Moore In Qlenwoo4 Sunday aftejv Dr. Warden Rtmet drove trp from Bedford Friday night and remained until the following morning with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. RImel. Raymond Long and son Junior from near Sliver City Were Sat^ urday visitors in the home of the former's sister, Mrs. otto Cafy. Wayne Shapcott and Mr. and Mrs. George Lintner from near Emerson were callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. 1. Shapcott Monday. Miss Fern Maddocks spent several days last week at the home of her uncle, Marl Maddocks, and family near Silver City. La Vern Francis went to Oma* L Friday with hi* sister, Mr*. _ _va Zaelke of Red Oak, where they were present with their sister, Mrs. Pearson of Red Oak, who underwent a serious operation in the Covenant hospital that day. At latest reports she was resting a* well a* could be expected. Mr, and Mr*. Y. H, Beaton and son, Sterling, left Friday for their home in Alliance, Nebr., after a couple of weeks visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B, C. Beaton, and other relative*. Caller* In the Mrs. Laura Kerney home Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mann ot Newcastle, Wyo., who had been visiting his parents in Tabor. Mr. Mann 1* an Instructor in the Newcastle school and enjoyed visiting with Bupt. Kerney and family here. HANK REFLECTS THE LIFE ABOIIT IT Loicitt Hi* fcrhdl 6f Btt*iMif and popntar mfsap- ••••••^••••••••••••^•••••••••••••••••••••^^^^•™ lml i" 1 ' ' - " • EMERSON ft* Mfss fra Good, R. N,, of ersott atrd Mr. Fred Bwrftow of Cotmefl Staffs were married at Rockport, Mo. Moftday, June 26. Iva f* the oldest daughter of Mr. aitd Mrs. R. E. Good, a graduate ice that ft is what the people them selm da that the condition of bank- tot teteets, and that banking cannot of ftsetf reflect events and eon- dittos* other (ban those that actually originate from sarronnfttag rtr- rial hospital nurses* training school of CWrnctt Bluffs. She is one of Emerson's most popular young ladies as well as ait efficient nurse. The groom is engaged In the produce business with his . " i IM ine prouace oasinens wiin ma cflmstaaew, Francis H. Sfsson, Pres- brother in Cotincfl Blutts and is infiwife M f»»* ,t W**ii»t<**«k »*» j.1^ *•»• 4. . • „-* -irf .it. * „ ... . ^ i, . THE PRICE OF BUSINESS SPEED Banking Institute Speaker Say* That Eink Failure* Followed Business Failure* The Mlwes v*r» and Mayberry from n»r H*H»4ale w»re guest* Frlijay evening in the home of their «n»nt. Mr*. 0. M. Nelson. Btael Ne&QB r«tu r »«4 with them for a few day. Mr. and Mr*. C. I. Mftdellue n«4 Billy were t» tb» a HujU horna ; t CHIOAOa^V|^8ny appear *.»!**-* ,«; ^Si**i4"'w iftw«*^«*«Bw s * ' . ,ihj8^t^Fwwnwi?S?wr .^, _ bank*, but the complete story of business shows that Itallures of American banks have followed the failures of business enterprise*,, and have not been a cause of those failures, Dr. Harold Stonier, National Educational Director of the American Bankers Association, declared In a recent address here before the American Institute of Banking, "It to true that we have had more failures in our hanks than in th banks of a number of other coun trie*," he said. "It is also true tha we have had more failures In drug stores, grocery stores, railroads, ana in every other type of business en terprise, At the same time, it mus be said that we still have left after all our failures, more drug stores more grocery stores, more railroads •and more banks than any other country," People do not realise, he said, ,_„ we have in excess of 108 banks which have been In existence over g century and we nave more than 2,000 banks which have been in existence orer 50 years, "In other words, we have more banks over JOO years of age than any other country—we have more banks orer 50 years of age than any country In the world," he declared. "The American banking system has not fallen down—U is pot in danger of decay, Such failures as U has ex. perienced we due to the price we pay for, tot> rap|4 development o! business enterprises, but that is the American spirit." Ident of the American Bankers Association, says la an article In Forum Magazine. Tie character of in inatltntlon's notes and investments indicates whether ft U in th« farm regions, a manufacturing center, a mercantile neighborhood of a great financial district, he says, and furthermore, beside* Identifying the Institution as to its locality, a study ot its notes will equally clearly Indicate the economic conditions aarroundsng it •A Pittmt Ot the tttOt Diltrieti 'It a farm district bank's note history shows that It* loan* rise aad fall with the normal cycle of production, aad marketing of the products of the region, it may be taken as all index of economic food health for tne locality," he says, "Bat if, ever a period, the loan volume shows a dwindling trend it may mean 1 a region that it losing ground, —becoming exhausted or being robbed of business by another com- | munlty. Or If a large proportion of the lean* are not paid at maturity but are chronically renewed, or if stock* or bonds or real estate have to be taken as additional security, these too have economic signifi- cances, reflecting perhaps crop failures, over-production or inefficient, high cost farming methods In a highly competitive national or world market, such a* wheat In- evttably all these fact* are reflected in the condition of the local bank*. Qty Banki, Too "If the loan* of a bank in a manufacturing or merchandising field •how a smoothly running coordination with production and distribution they, too, mirror a healthy economic situation. Or there may be here also *lgn* that reflect growing unfavorable condition*, such as ex- centre loan renewal*, orer-entbuil. aim and therefore over-expansion ot credit extended to maker* or dealer* in particular product*, and similar clreum*tances. similar condition* •PPlrMbanki engaged in financing lf^*««IMlMt*i^M^^|t^- well liked by those who know nim. They will make their home In Council Bluffs. We extend congratulations. Miss Susie Grayson, R. N., and cousin, Miss Sally Moody, left Saturday for Texas after three weeks Vacation spent in the home of-the former'* parents, Mr. and Mfs. f. 8. Orayson. Miss Mary Ripley left Saturday for Marengo to Join friends and go to Chicago to visit the Century of Progress Exposition. Mis* Maxine Shaw left Saturday for Chicago to visit her sister and attend college there this fall. Mrs. D. C. Coppage and sons, pick and Jack, left Sunday for Sheldon to visit a few days with relatives. Charles McCracken and mother evening Caro* Mit. A mfseettaneew slower *** given Satnftfay afternoon by the __.» . ^ . i* _ i. A +*.^^*^. r**^.Jt fct Misses Rath honor of thetr toerte Good f« sister, Mrs. lv« on , . Brnnow. Mrs. Harold 8ew«w amtf Mrs. A. E. Stokes had charge of the entertainment. Dainty refreshments were served. lv* received many bettrttful and useful gifts to use in he* new home in Council Blnffs. Twenty-eight ladies were present. Guests from out of town were Miss Mildred Peters of Red Oak and Mrs. ftos- coe Greenwood of Imogens. Mrs. Emily Burton and daugh-J ter, Blanche, and Mr*. E. W. Elkins and son* were Red Oak via (tor* Saturday morning. Billy Ripley returned Saturday from Iowa City, to spend a few day* with hi* parent*, tiev. and Mr*. L. E. Ripley. Billy is taking an extension course in dramatic art and public apeaktng at the State University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Edle and children visited relative* near Henderson a few day* the last of the week. Roy McLain and Mr. Hendrick•on of Davenport spent Thursday here with their reipective relative*. Roy visited hi* mother. Mr*. Carrie McLain. Mr. Hendrickson visited in the E. Cole home with Mr*. Clara Whipple. Clarence Whitney wa* taken to the Jennie Edmund»on hospital In Council Bluff* .Wednesday for examination and .•Uf4tmj$t£r ~ ' Mrs. H. O. Geopfarth and sons left Thnrsday for her home in Spring Valley, Wis. after spend* ing two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Emma MeMnttin. tier mother accompanied her to Wisconsin to visit until Sept. 1. Mr. and Mrs. John Carson were Omaha visitors Thursday. Misses Grace and Leona Dlxon took their brother, Reuben, to Sunnyslope at Ottumwa Thnrsday for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Anderson and family of Omaha spent Bunday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Coates. Ralph Knight left Wednesday for Waterloo, Wis. to visit relatives. He will attend the Century of Progress Exposition In Chicago white enroute there. Mrs. Vernon Johnson and Miss Velma Rice were in Council '< Bluffs Wednesday. | Mrs. Clara Whlpple visited her children near Lewis Thursday. Mrs. Caroline Rhoads accompanied Mrs. D. C. Coppage as far as Onawa Sunday to visit over the Fourth in the home ot her daughter, Mrs. Walter Lets. Mrs. C. W, BHggs went to Omaha Monday to visit her daughter, Marjorie, and other relative*. The Epworth League gave an ice cream social on the Comer'* porch Saturday evening. Homemade ice cream and cake were served by the young people and $14 wa* cleared. Mr*. C. A. Barn* of Long Beach, Calif., who visited friend* here the past week went to to Red Oak Monday evening to visit relatives. Mr. and Mr*. Harold Bower* entertained Mr. and Mr*. Jim Bower* and Mr, and Mr*. Waldon Bowers ot Henderson Sunday, .Mi** Doric McDowell ot Lincoln, Nebr. spent Sunday and ' ft or fn Cottntn BTatfs The Vftlutfflht College* en, * 4o*mettU oj Jn»ttti)iUefti oj W«feer e««cauo» te tee y^ted State* ere BOW ralaedit ore| |?44Q t , 000,000. g»te went* |hj|| I18.MO.QW. (fee. thai »vw M » IW,MQ,000, A tery f»« «f tA«m havt ea49Vment« of ovw Hwmm nA Ta« **' nu»J op*r»U*j( (ncoflw g| o| ^ . ,ie fowgoinf l»e of the Inflntte aspects of the .Uf« outwardly surrounding the bank* which form and control their „„. Internal conditions. Although these sas. facts *eem obvious enough, the dls- cusalons and criticisms that have raged about the bank* often appear to set them apart as somehow separate from the live* of our people, catting forth a malignant influence upon agriculture, industry and trade from force* generated wholly within themselves, F«J* of B«fll« »nd People Interwoven "The truth of the matter la that the fate of the bank* Is inseparably Interwoven with the fate o* the rest of the people and of the nation, What happened tQ the country happened to the bank* and what happened to the bask* Is jn no way d|fi ferent or detached from what h»p, pened to the people, They are all part of the same pattern, of the same continuous stream of events, No one element in that stream of eyeaU can be called the cause of depression. "It the banks caused trouble to some of our people It was because they were irresistibly forced to pas* on trouble* that cawe to them, frqaj other people, These troubles impaired, the value* of their securl* ties and wtomer*' notes-ran^ ren- iere4 pome unable, Jn. tnrs, t° p«y/ basfc to other jujtomew their " posit* that had been property to Elmer Largon accompanied Mrs. Bessie Buck and daughter, Anna, on a motor trip to Arkan- mne theft vacations attend ing ihtt Wotld'S Fair. !t will D* aft c*p*rt* unity of a lifetime. Beacoft city, eft the Lincoln Highway just south of Chiengov will provide ft convenient, enjoyable, and economical place of residence during World'* Fair attendance. It viii be a city of canvas-covered, weather-proof cottage*, fix* cellent meal* wilt M served. Car storage will be included 1ft the • membership privilege*. A delightful rids each day on the 111' inols Central electrtu line, will take Beacaa City patron* to th* very gate* of the Sx- position. Residence at Beacon City tor one weekly period cost* only J34.66, which Include* all essential expenses. A $6.00 enrollment fee may be paid now tq Insure resurvatlon. The balance of $29.98 may be paid upon arrival at Beacon City. • ,"*"-*> ""•w*»-»ft*. «av««vkt TVM and- family took his ilster, Heater Waymire, to her home at Dexter, Kam Tuesday. They will flJUele 10 « y or two » K ft y» owner, wtw M H The Comforts of the American Home IT IS a well-known fact that, home f gr home, the American household has more comforts,and conveniences than that of any other nation* In foreign lands the r £wderniaed dwelling-is found only in the better seations of the larger cities, " In America, even in remote 1 rural districts, yoyfind* the radio, the vacuum clearer,, washing w*Aiiisp.'gi& r & , date, heating »ptems, telephones and numberless Marl •aying appliance*, . IHf-t . ' 5 ,? -m """•^ )• with an Did you ever stop to

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