The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 3, 1933 · Page 6
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HENDERSON Methodist Udi**' The Methodist tidies' Aid Society held a ttort enjoyable affair at their basement last Thars- day afternoon, they had intited the (JAifton t*die*' Aid and others wefe intited also. Altogether there were 184 present. The bat*- ttent was decorated with beantl- fnt bonqnets and a fine display of quilt* also. tinting the afternoon a short program was given consisting of music and a short play, after which a lunch ot home made ice cream, cake, and ice te* was Berted. Martin and Lyle Wilkinson visited friends In Indlanola Saturday evening and Sunday. Dr. French and family returned home a few days ago from a fishing trip to lakes in Minnesota. Luclle Wilkinson went to Lenox Saturday for a weeks visit with relatives. Champ Harover and family of Adel spent the week end here with relatives. Mrs. C. H. Amlck returned Sunday from a several days visit in Des Molnes. Ilia Houser spent Sunday with Eunice Isaacson. Mr*. Pearl Mercer and children visited in the Ken Williams home Sunday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Roy Vlner and son were visitors In Sbenandoah Saturday. Zell Bolton and family of near Oakland visited in the Joe Edmondson home Saturday. Mr*. Clarence Stewart ot Neola has been visiting relatives and friends here for several days. Mrs. Pearl Harbor and children were In Olenwood Wednesday afternoon. Jud Coppock was exhibiting a Btalk of corn in town Saturday that he brought in from the land be is farming near the river. It was over twelve feet high. Mr*. Syrus Turner and daughter, Mabel, of near Elliott visited la the C. E. Edmondson home Friday. The latter has just returned from a years stay in En- rope. Mrs. Addle Boileau and Fern Oravltt helped cook for threshers in the Clyde Gravitt home Fri» day. Phyllis Ann Viner and brother, Thomas, of Elliott have been visiting their grandparents several day*, 1 ' ~~ Elmer Braden of Macedonia •was in town Wednesday. Mrs, Vera Cooper and children visited her brother, Elvyn Galloway, and wife Wednesday. Bill Brown and daughter, Hazel, Myrtle Selby, A. H. Harbor, and Mrs. C. E. Edmondson went to Silver City Tuesday evening to install the officers in the Re- bekab lodge. The members of the Christian Aid enjoyed a pot luck lunch at their meeting Wednesday afternoon. Several guests were present and'the fried cbicken was much enjoyed. The friends of Frank Shiun are sorry to bear of the accident that befell him at bis home in Careon several days ago. He has been confined to his bed since his fall. Jean Creamer visited her sis- tef, Mr*. Fred Ph*Tj», and family Tuesday. Harold Campbell who has been hefe Beveral week* left for California Wednesday. His wife and children will remain with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Cain, a while longer. Joe Edmondson went to Lincoln Saturday to visit in the Donald Fickel home a few day*. Mrs. Orval Oxford went to Council Bluff* Sunday to the Jennie Edmnndson hospital Where they expected to operate on her Monday tor tumor but owing to a bad cold she returned home. Her children are staying near Treynor. The friends of Silvia Saunders who recently returned from the hospital were glad to see her in town a few days ago. She Is staying at the Earl Boilean home. The junior baseball team went to Elliott to play Friday but lost the game. A good time was enjoyed anyway. Loralne Daugherty and aunt who came in from California over two weeks ago and have been visiting in the Harry Daugherty home have gone to Clarinda to visit relatives. They expect to return here for a further visit. Ed Duke and W. 8. Harris of Shenandoah were visitors In town Sunday. Bill Phelps and family of Kirkman spent the week end here with relatives. Mrs. Emma Workman went to Shenandoah Saturday where on Sunday a picnic dinner was enjoyed by her sons and their families. Robert Harover returned Wednesday from Adel where he had been visiting relatives. The friends of Cleo Holtmyer who Is a teacher in our school are sorry to learn her mother has not been well lately. She has been poorly for some time. Word has been received here of the arrival of a baby girl in the Charley Hunter home July 21 at Shelton, Wash. They were former residents here. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hougas, Mrs. Fred Schank, and Mrs. Alva Davis went to Woodbine Sunday to help celebrate Mrs. Hougas's and Mrs. Schank's mother's ninety-fifth birthday. Mrs. Hougas's grandchildren, Dorene and Cedric, ot Kansas City were also there. Marie Jones and son of Council Bluff* spent the week end in the Dan Perkins home. Mr. Gllliand of Council Bluffs had business in town Wednesday. Scott Sneehan and family and Billie Harbor enjoyed an outing i at Red Oak Sunday afternoon and j evening. I Word was received here Sat-| urday evening of the death of John Mills near Silver City. He Is a brother of Mrs. Leslie Allensworth. Mrs, Heberlee who bas been at Red Oak and Elliott several weeks came Saturday to visit ber daughter, Mrs. Beevia Sowers. Mrs. Jud Coppock and son, Herman, and wife and Gerald Penwell and wife of near Morton Mills went to Logan Sunday to help Mrs. Coppock's mother, Mrs. Andy Kiger, celebrate ber eighty- fifth birthday, State Fair Plans Rodeo uti t» *» wets • teer. ^-Sotto* Mr. and Mr*, flftgh and lift. Lteftt Vtnfon enfeyed a tisft Snaday from friends from Auburn. HTLLSDALE Mr. and Mrs. Chas. TrlVely of Randolph. Mr*. Anna MetHl! of Lincoln, and Miss Edith Hilton of Chadron isjpent Friday in the home ot their brother, Walter Hilton, and family. Miss Virginia Anthony was a guest of Miss Bonnie Qulnn in South Omaha the past Week. Malcolm Cannon of Sidney was a guest of his cousin, Edwin Race, last week. Paul Hilton visited over the week end in the B. L. Gray home In St. Joseph, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Graves and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brooks were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Parker. Miss Edith Ruce visited the past week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Egloff, and her aunt, Mrs. Roy Cannon, in Sidney. Mrs. Stella Sawyers entertained at Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. John Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Skerrltt, Mrs. Rew Burgoln, Mrs. George Rew and Kathleen of Silver City, Walter Howard, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Haines and LaVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howard and Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mayberry, Gordon and Gayle Dean, Clifford Rommel, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Howard and Dorothy, F. E. Howard and Arline met in the shady grounds of Pleasant Grove Saturday for a picnic dinner in honor of Mrs. W. E. Hlnie of Fargo, N. Dak., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard, former residents of this county, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jabker and Eugene of Evansville, Ind. Mrs. Jabker and family have been visiting the past three weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Howard. Miss Anne Seeger came over from Peru to spend Sunday at home. Mr. and Mrs. Parle Mlckelwalt entertained at a pot luck dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. ' Will Wheeler and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Nuss, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Culver, Mrs. Mary Sawyers and children, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Seeger and family, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Reasoner, and Everett Butterfield. Herschal and Grace Nuss visited a couple of days this week with Randall and Margaret Louise Sawyers. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Howard were Sunday guests in the Maurice Mayberry home at Pacific Junction. Mrs. Laura Shepard bad the misfortune of getting her shoulder dislocated and some ligaments torn last week. She is under a doctors care and is resting easier now. According to a scientist, a mosquito will always bite a rabbit in preference to a human being But we seem never to have a rabbit bandy at the psychological moment. — Atlanta Journal. Kansas ben laid four eggs in one day, Now what are the experts who are against overprc* duction going to do about that? —-Florida Times-Union, in fepfte 6i tfc* Of .wffc&ff tfc« beef tewnf t<* fi» «H» to tttt green tat fta tfc&Afttti pettffd. Bf VlRTTJE W A» directed to tee trofi tfe« <*£ ftce of the Clett ol the Dtttrtet Court at Mm tfcfcMy, low* t>6 * Jtdtftent 6btatted in «*id Coutt, ob the Hth «*? of Hat, iltt, tn f*tof of I* A. Andrews, Snpt. * Reft. I*. State Sating* Sank, M*l- tern. It., ft* Plaintiff and agaiart Leonard D. FletcBet et *i, a* iM> fendant, for the tarn ot I8.678.S4 and cost*, taxed at $81.09 and Mcftfftf cost*, 1 hate lotted a> on the tdlloWing dwertbed ftef toitai property situated in lltltl ai* tt fn»*i*%, **« **» AM *tt fflirt* , ftonftet to MI* ei8*afai iwt «*»** of Malv*rft, Iowa, aftd Will offer the fttftft lot «*1* t8 tfcft hignwt Wddet for «*» In Mad *t MM «*M tt M«W>fn, Jo**, en the iffdl da? of A*g- «ftt A. D., i»£t% feetweefi ta« noafa of J b'tteek ft. ft. aftd 4 o'eloek p. m. of said dat, «O*H menctag ai ft o'clock 9. »• of Mid daft When and where due attesdaac* will fee give* by ths nttdertignedi Dated at GlenWodd, idwa, tali 8i*t day of July A, i». 1188. W* §. Be" M. Sheriff of Mill* COUNTY BOARD PROCEEDINGS DM Moine*. la. Special: tow* will hav* the opportunity to *»* tome of the most famous cowboy "broacho-baster*", roper*, and steer wrestler* ft! the entire country In wren night* of championrtip com. petition when the Iowa State Fair present* it* first Rodeo aad Stampede here from Aug. Z5 through Aug. 81. The Rodeo will be a feature every night of the fair, in addition to special Rodeo eveats each aft** nooS Chuck wagon races, wild-horn* races, buMoggtog, wild-hom rtdlag, steer riding, roping, and other famous sport* will be included In the contest*, in which over 76 tamott* cowboys and cowgirl* hat* already entered. SIR AHA N Robert Shaul Surprised on Birthday Sunday Honoring the birthday of Robert Shaul, a number ot friend* went to his home last Sunday to surprise him and help him celebrate tbe occasion. They came with well filled picnic baskets and a fine dinner was soon spread and with hearty appetites each partook of the delicious viands. After tbe dinner the afternoon was ppent In games and visiting. Two baseball nines, the fats and the leans, came to bat with a ,victory .unsurpassed,»tor the leans. Each group on leaving wished Robert many more happy birthday*. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Angus, Lloyd, Margaret, David, and Anna Edltb, Mr. and Mrs. Al Love!!, Gail and Betty, Roy Shaul, Frelda and Miles, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bteela, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Pettlgrew, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grouse, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bayes, Aleta, Glen, and Robert, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Hlllyer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Conrad, Clyde and Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Hermit Hlllyer, Merritt Fisher. Willis Mitchell, Mr, and Mrs. Ed Nagel, Clarence and Dorothy, and Mr, and Mrs. Robert Sbaul, Helen and Norma. Rev, and and children Mrs. Cunningham were visitor* tbe past week with relatives in Omaha. They were accompanied, borne last Friday by Miss Caroline Woody, a niece, and Helen Maine who will be their guests for a time. Mrs. L. J. Allensworth of Hastings bas been the guest of her children, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allensworth, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wilson, Mr. and Mr*. Buford Pettlgrew. Margaret .jAnsu* of «ta COUNT t Mill* County, Qlenwdod, low*, July 6, 1688, Oa this the «th day of July, 1988, the Beard 5f supefviior* met pursuant to adjournment ot July 3rd. with all members present and n fhe mlaute* of the meetlag of July 8rd were fead aad approved. The following «l*im* were allowed! R. E. Cogley, ice old ladle* borne—Poor Fund _.»».»»*»-$ 4.48 », W. Coiling, pfoflBiottB—Paof Fund .........*«»—.- . 20.68 economy Food store, pfovUlda*—*Poer Fund ....*-.«.. - 88.74 Farmer* C**h Store, provision*—Poo* Fund ............ 6.00 F, H. Raynor, bttrtal expea*e-*»Poor Fund.—.»..--... 89,00 Stroddard Adam*, repairs—Maintenance Fnad ......... 8.06 Austin Western Ro*d Macb. Co. r rep*ii*—Maintenance . *''2 H. A, Darting Oil Co,, f**oline and supplies—Maintenance 886.08 Alfred Hall, repair*—Maintenance Fund ..—.......*, 9.66 Interstate Machine Co.. repair*—Maintenance Fund .... 64.86 R. K. Piper, repair*—Maintenance Fund .............. 2,80 Jim Thomas, *upplle»—Maintenance Fund ............. 1.06 Choate Publishing Co., printing Co. Engr,—Construction 6.86 la, Culvert ft Pipe Co., culvert—Construction Fund ...-. lO.M T. E. Martin, mileage—Construction Fund ............ 66.85 Clarence Bole*, damage* by dog*—D. An'l Fund (Claimed $11.00) Al'd —.—...... ...— 10.00 C. L. Hunt, damage* by dogs—D. An'l (Cla'd 886.00) Al'd Clarence Thomas, mowing weeds—Watklns Ditch Fund Dr. M. 8. Campbell, error in assessment—Cancellation _R. M. Bacon, repairs. Co, farm—Poor Fund ............ Boyer Hardware, supplies Co. farm—Poor Fund ........ K. A. Baker, provision* Co. farm—Poor Fund .......... Citlien* Power Jb Light Co.. services Co, farm—Poor Fund Gearhart Lumber Co., •upplles Co. farm—Poor Fund .... D. O, Jamison & Co., clothing Co. farm—Poor Fund r — A. P. Kilmartin, bay sweep Co. farm—Poor Fund ——. C. C. Morgan,'bread, Co. farm—Poor Fund —......... B. o. Phillip*, repair* Co, farm—Poor Fund A. C. Trively, grinding feed Co. farm—Poor Fund Al) official county anil,town new* In published in The Leader, UP; UP!! UP!!! Omaha Wednesday with a specialist in regard to foot troubles, Arthur and Ines Bradley were Sunday dinner guests in the borne of Mr, and Mrs. Will Bradley. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Carley and baby of Carson came down last Monday to visit in tbe borne of his sister, Mrs. Chas. Kayton. Mr, and Mrs, Wood Vestal were pleasantly surprised last Sunday. morning wben Mr, and Mrs. Henry Sejfert and son, Edward, and Miss Omah Laugblin, all of Omaha, autoed down for a real farmers* breakfast.* From tbe Vestal borne, tbey'went for dinner to tbe home of Miss Laura Hummel in White Cloud and Mr, and Mrs. Vestal and.son, Franklin, vent to tbe'borne of tbelr daughter, Mrs. Arthur Church' man, for s«»d»y dinner, Zeno Bass and Chas, Qlpe attended a meeting of tbe farmers reconstruction code }n Tabor on J, C. Goss, BupplJes^MBintenance Funfl *ick for the past week, pr Miller of Tabor baa bees e,He.Bd ing ber, Mr. and ,Mr9, Frenk Oearhart Lumber Co,, suppliea— Maintenaoce Fund were ewesta for supper last BUR- Iw'tbe home at an4 Mra. J. ?. Afbenbacb, vera were S«n4»y evenjpg vis}$» era In tbe toojse of ber Mrs, Stery Mr. and. Motor Qtl Qp,, Brtage Material Co., luffibejv^Ma Go., gj|8eiJ»e™^laj!ftteR|n,Qa fif ber mo^bw, Mrs, '.' Mr t and Mre, QUUert anj mother, Mrs. W1H tbs flr*t »f Frew to* vwy fir« d»y jte mm Up. Monday evening. Mr*. Earl Timson has been 17.00 14.80 16.34 2.20 6,10 84.18 16.00 12.00 7.19 86.00 1.08 1.90 8.46 Tbe Clerk's, Auditor's and Sheriff'* report* ot fee* collected for quarter ending June 30tb, 1938, were approved. The petition of Olive Hunter for tbe suspension of the current taxes on Lots 18, 19 ft 20, in block 9 of Gleason's Addition to tbe Town of Pacific Junction, Iowa, was approved. There being no further business to come before tbe. Board at this time tbey now adjourn to meet on July 18, 1933. Atte*t:—E, A. 8CHADE, Approved:—W, E. AGAN, ;. County Auditor. chairman Board of Supervisors. OFFICE OF. THE COUNTY AUDITOR Mill* .County, Olenwood, Iowa, J 'On this the 18tb ^"" " f 1ll1 ' r ' 10 * t "* lia nA " r<1 The minutes of the meeting of July 6th were read and approvl • The following claims were allowed;* "• * . ; - ;*»?. .... Haldon C. Altekruse, assisting clerk—-Court Expense —.$ 13.60/i? Clarinda State Hospital, care of inmatea—rlnsane Fund. 2,609.86'3 C, B, ft Q. R, R. Co., freight—Maintenance Fund ------ 136.64 Cale Fisher, mowing weeds-—Pony Creek Fund -._--— 46,00 H. 0. Ferguson, court reporter—Court Expense Fund ... 27.61 I, F. M. C., care of patients—Poor Fund —,-——_—„ 88.60 C. P. Kinney, Del, tax collector—County Fund _____,.— 16.23 Mills Co. Fair Association, tax collections—County Fair _ 1,200,00 Mt. Pleasant State Hospital, care ot inmates—Insane Fund 67.76 Pottawattamle Co. Treasurer, tax collections—Mills-Pott. No. 2 Fund ,. „ . 120.00 Pottawattamie Co. Treasurer, tax collections—Mills-Pott, No. 1 Fund _ „ ...,.»„,-..,—„ — 800.00 R. W. Rboades, P, M., postage—County Fund 89,10 Clarence Thomas, mowing weed—Watkins Ditch Fund -- 11,00 Woodward State Hospital, care ot inmates—Poor Fund .„ 27.89 Max W. Hamilton, papering at jail—County Fund -,„--- 1.46 Dr. Ward DeYoung, Med. aid at jail—County Fund „„,,,, 14,00 Fullerton Lumber Co., provisions—Poor Fund .„.,„», 6,62 Dr. McM Hancbett, medical aid—Poor Fund --———- 106.00 Harry Lehman, provisions—Poor Fund •„,„,,„—„.,„.„ 78.68 Carrie A. Qulley, right of way-—Construction Fund —— 6.00 Maintenance Fund, Journal vouchers*—Construction Fund 9,426,48 Omaba Bridge Wprks, bridge eteel—-Construction Fund « 600,00 Tbs Alemite Co,, repairs—Maintenance Fund _„„ J, p, Adams Co.. repalrs-^MaJntenance Fund ,-,--, AUta Cb&liners Mfg. Co.. repalrs-^-Maintenance Fund R, M< Bacon, I'epalra-r-MalnteRance Fund Boyer Hardware, »»ppUes^-Matntenauc|i Carl Bucb, repairs—Maintenance Fund H. CUtes Oarage, repairs^- Maintenance Fund Gail DaUon, rep&ira— Maintenance, Fund Lumber Co., Bupplies^Mainteijaiice Fund Glenwood Lumber g Coal Co,, 1.05 76,84 137.88 18,23 <!oo 18,10s 1,60, 12,00.

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