The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on July 20, 1933 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, July 20, 1933
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Hit MALVfeit* ICAim MA4.VW W, rOWA, JULY m i 933 PAGfeftVt Mrs. W«* ftotett* aft* Sttes itet Item wrtertMwsi « at tt« feo®* of Mrs. Rofctrts, ftoBtfWftg Mr*. Lowell PacTicett. MM. Ftetfctt was terl&ef ty Edith ttatitertisat and site ts speftdiig ft ffidftth fittft tiritini feiatitM and fHeftds. A dstletots ftWfth was served bjr tfci hofctwse* at the Mote of tfee efintttf. ttff, JNr&ett *a« tf e*««ti5d with * Bti fiiwy trav- ettnf sett Miss I*a SofWe was winner at kith score la Guests -f of the oefisetes %ets the Misses Alice MeKnity, Fran* ees Sentoii, Ootls Hfcfcel, Vivian Priest, ffcefftl HarttfcB, and isa Bofene, and Mfs. W. W. AlstMjje, Mrs. Lloyd Mttlhollnnd, Mrs. L«0fiftrd Afldertofi, and Mrs. Pnckett, The six feature Richelieu items ( . in this issue are:' Grape Fruit Bartlett Pears ' / Salmon Orange Pekoe Tea Green Olives Pickles Your RICHELIEU Phone 100 fit* Ltttfttf is a*±le*s to fit ftewi tft ilk «* WKiai it airs Sf Waivers ft! strf- if j-ott frtt a fof friends, of • j«f- ty, 6f inf te&ftl hit* ttdft please |>hoij« 100 and tell tti of it. We t«Ma.te it *«f Please thone as Me* aftet tft* •eteat M ptJisibie, Thank finteruins Gu««ta at Dinner Sunday Mr. and Mf*. Frank Summers and Phyllis and Dick and Mr. and Mm. Jay Summers and Mary Elizabeth and Jamie Were guests at dinner Bandar ot Mrs. Zeltna fletehef. Strahan League MM Swimming Party Here Members of the fipworth League Society ot the Strahan Methodist church accompanied by the pastor, Rev. 1. B. A. Cunningham, enjoyed a swimming party at the pool here Tuesday evening and afterward attended the show at the Empress theater. Larison* Entertain Guests on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Larison and daughter, Eulalle, were hosts to a group of friends at thetr country home on Sunday. A picnic dinner was enjoyed on the lawn and those sharing the pleasure were Mrs. Minnie Beedle ot Sheridan, Wyo,, Mrs.' Deb.Ua Mitchell, Mrs. Georgia DeVol, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rapp, Mrs. Evelyn Rapp, Mrs. Lulu Duerr and daughters, Harriett and Elisabeth and Mrs. Eleanor Blythe and son, Freddie, all ot Council Bluffs. ift the Current News i.-*Touchlng off the wofid^ largest flfecftcker on the beach at Santa Monica, Calif. 2—den. ttalo Balbo Inspecting members ot the Italian ftlr force at Lake Otbetello in preparation for the mass flight to Chicago. 8. ^-Secretary of State Cordeil Butt (left) in intlniale wtltefsatlon with Neville Chamberlain, British chancellor *f the etcheajef, at th« London economic Wesley Chapel people attending the tnaerat terttcet «t Mrs. Kettle Oibbs at Olenwood Tuesday were: Mf. and Mrs. Roy Robbing Mr. and Mrs. ttarrey Lisle, Ward Flckel and family, Mrs. J. B. Fickel, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Flckel, Mrs. Oeo. Parker, Clinton and Lynn Parker, Mrs. Ray plumb, and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Plumb ot Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Babbitt, Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Plumb and children, and Irene Plumb, nurse at the Jennie Edmundson hospital, and Clinton Parker and family enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday at Big lake In Council Bluffs. - Mrs. faye ttitlnt has returned* td her work *» telephone operator in Hastings after a two weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Flckel. Jeannette Luther was a guest Ot the Theta U sorority of the Indlanola chapter at a picnic in Red Oak Sunday. About forty members were present. There'll be plenty of fun as well as ice cream at the ice cream frolic at the Wesley Chapel church Wednesday, July 26. in addition to delicious refreshments everyone will enjoy taking part in the frolic and social good time. The social is sponsored by the Clever Cook 4-H club and the Wesley Chapel Ladles' Aid. »»*ghw, Jam« Lloyd, Kenttetn' Myron Ballain, Mae Bryant, Vt«c»»t Mah*r. Aretnblft Fraxler. Qofaefk: Lorrena Ling. Ver- nelie May, Dallas Newman, Auburn Watts, Keith Watts. Winifred Fisher. O*fc BHUt So. 2: Ray Anderst»i», La Vajiclre Tottttg. Vogtn*: Rollln Hansen, Lee Roenfeld. Went I,n>my flo. 1: Ertin Jens, Henry Volrs, George White. PtetWIfe Julia Haney, Bessie Hatchings, Garland Hutching*, Pauline Miner. Alice Lang, L«Roy McKee, Joyce Salmons. Oold«ft Hfll: Eileen Bruce, Margaret Leu, Josephine Pontow, Marvin Pontow, Rosa Pontow, Harry Regenaur. tltdJaft Creek: Irene Scott. McClain: Teddy Parker. BiuidilAnd: Doris Darland, Dorothy Darland. / fngrahAtn Totoinhlp teteelulo*: Mabel Laws, Otha Mass. LtncAtft: Thelma Knhl. Pucfflr Cfty: Ethyl Adams, Charles Clemmens, Mailne Rhoades, Dorothy Timmennan. ttwk* TowtwWp Bernard Bateman, Benlah Bateman, Earl Hofmockel. Fnrmt ornve: Otto Barnes. Goodfeltow: Elaine Frederickson. Stutdy Grove: Mildred Barnes, Geraldtne Dunsdon. : i "3 } Fortune in Jade at Fair WESLEY LCHAPEL iSfilSm;: - £$&&. which delegated to the various localities the decision as to whether liquor could be sold under official sanction. Then the drys once more girded themselves for bat* tie. The Moon Law of 1009 limited the number ot saloons. Other laws served to further curtail the liquor traffic until the repeat of the Mulct Law, effective Jan. 1, 1916, dealt the final blow to John Barleycorn, Nevertheless, an amendment to the State Constitution to make prohibition a part of the organic law was defeated at a special election held on Oct. 15, 1917, by a margin of less than eight hundred votes. On Jan. 27, 1919, however, Iowa ratified the Eighteenth Amendment to the Federal Constitution. In 1983 the State legislature, fulfilling the Democratic party pledge of 1932, amended the prohibitory law to permit the sale of 3.2 beer In Iowa. Alcoholically speaking, Iowa returned to the status ot 1858. The story ot the liquor merry-go-round in Iowa is told by Ruth A. Gallaher in the June number of "The Palimpsest." Center: Marjorle Stout, Verne Alda Wilktns. O»bome Valley: Edith Ale&an- der, Wayne Zanders. Pleasant Hill: Keith Hopp. Pralrte Creek! Marjorle McClary, Berniee Malcom. Bllref Creek: Leona Malskett. Lyons Township Elm Grove: Elmer Llvengood. Wnlrtnt Grove: John Marsh, Meredith Marsh. Wrights* Merrltt Harmer, Fay Stouder. Oak* Township SveraJuunt James Kirkendall, Grace Valentine. Goweit Ko. It Lee Roy Bledsoe, Melvin Bledsoe, Deibert Bowley, Aileen Boyce, Maurice Reid. Gowen No. 2: Lawrence Godsey. Gowen No. 8: Rossle Garrett, Letolt Katharine Nansel, Myron Rohrberg. Oak Bluff No. It Lavina Hoffman. Sdrer Creek Centerllne: Elmer Edlund. Mwwant Vftlley: Donald Clyde Jackson, Fern Maddocks. St. Marys ToWtuMp fenreki* No. i: Irene Wilson. Entek/i No. fl: Charles Brandt, Betty Enselman. White cloud Township Foxwofthyi Garold Breeding, Allan Hasseiqutst, Helen Hasselquist, Edward Herrick, Leo Her* rold, Valda Holden, Edna Mae Lowrey, Florence Swoboda. Spring Valley t Stella Jane Dyke. White Cloud t Lorene Bryan, Donald Plburn. Dependable Life Insurance The Bankers Life of Des Moines has been in business 54 years and has stood every test.^ pr policies protect the family, ajid'also fur- n income for the insured in his old age, jt me/explain: our Annujy contract, undw" you can have a guwanteed raonthjy- j»i Now or, at a future flate w you inay elect ' ' ----. '- ' .^v. . Andy J. Berfehimer " A,*& Many Graduated Rural Schools Exercise* Held in Glenwood .•Recently : - Tiw, J»d« Paged* on exhibition in the Chinese Pavilion at A .veBtury of Progress—the Chtogo World's Fair—is the center of rough utteorion. It U valued »t J5QO.QOQ. l Liquor P lem in Iow« Debate today swirls »bp«t the liquor questJon. Sball , we pro« bibUt Uw»ee, regulate, tolerate, or, promote the sale of }ntoxl(Wt« tog liquor? What is intoxicating liquor? 8b»U v« have governnjeBt sale raoms, beer dens, Uguor^wit^ i»e»ls put, epeafceaeteB, prohtbitloB or way before jowa be. » state, Qpyeraor Robert liquor :*&j KSAbUaf, In 184T tfre jftrat^ State lj9Etelaturt eascteia a laeftl ,«ptl9« law *u4 ever? csuaty !WK»t>j SefliuS votea sol to USSABA, tbe sale sf was only t» be auesseded to 1855 by » bi el ytrsse» wift and tutionaj oft a technicality,, but took beftrt when the legislature the wine »n4 beer ex- ot 1858, thus restoring lows to statewide prohibition, eo far aa tn» law was concerped, During the following years the struggle between tbe .wets apd drys 4$ntiaue4, By ISS4, public apparently, cbangea to 1184 tbe eo^ "Mulct l&**» t emerged, One hundred twelve rural eighth grade pupils received promotion certificates Friday, July, 7, when rural graduation exercises were held at Olenwood. Those receiving certificates are as follows; Anderson Township Bonton; Robert*Leu, Lawrence Stromberg. Box Elder: Robert Alexander, Allene Finchem, Ruth Fender- graft, Evelyn Wallingford, Thelma Wallingford, Oaks; Darlene Achenbaugh. Cantor To>vnsbip Barbee: Leon Chambers, Gene- vleve Jens. HillstUUe; Ardis Slaughter, J4ttle Brick; Junior Peppers. Alt, Verpon: Maurice Alberts, Willis Lee Parks. Jean Summers, Pleasant Grove: Helen Howard. Reasoner: Kenneth Asmussen, Wilma gell. Silver; George Markel, Peer Creek ..Township Center; James Douglas, ' Our prices otiprintingatenot always the lowest... but our work is always the best BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING School District Estimate Notice:—The Board ot Dire ctors of Malvern Independent School District, Silver Creek Township, Mills County, Iowa, will meet August 1st, 1933, at 8 p. m., at School Building. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures at that time. R. W. Salyers, District Secretary. , TOTALS-I " ,1 1 s K*! m Third Annual Farmers' and Merchants' PICNIC JULY 25 & 26 Tabor, Iowa t Team Pulling Contest each day at 9:00 a. m. Parade each day at 10i30 4 Ball Games Free Act* Races — Music — Speaking Kittenball — Water Fights AH kinds of concessions Hal Stone Show and Dance each evening The children will sure want to ride the ferris wheel and the midget autos, at the Malvern Wholesale Fruit and Grocery Company 'tw , Qaaehe'fi L'j».J»b'w*«: , Lewugton Cream »»pply FWiVB KOW Groceries and Fruits at WHOLESALE PRICES. Save on all Grocery Needs. Weioers 2St Crwker* 19o Mttohtt 22c lilir lilt a ...t.25o So-Called Gallon Goodi. No. lOSize Peachei» Peart, (4 Ana Cherriet, A A ff Aa Frank's VVflliC Special, ib. or 3 Ibs. SSc OITS Corn Flakes or Post Toaatiss 2 for 19c Fig Bars or Ginger Snapt SUM. IWf,,,„,,,.,,», »»W|Mll^P ti WWT!JWF Wl 8IU IITIU. IT .^

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