The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 3, 1933 · Page 7
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 7

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, August 3, 1933
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fttt M ALVfiftW LfeADfeit MALVI&ft, 1011% E The ILLS COUNTY FAIR 2 BIO DAYS August 8, 9, 10 13 BIQ NIGHTS . , I """"' 1 ™™T n , • Q / J | ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' rir " Tuesday at 7:30 p. m, »ig Free Attractions 'f -* --•= * , '.-•-• , ' Wiziarde Novelty Cireua witti change of program for each pef f ormance. Racing - Contests for eounty contestants with liberal prizes. Past horses, rough riders, Livestock Show *> . /'*"Best in Southwest Iowa. Liberal premiums with special 4-H junior department, at.-the;.; FAIR endid Exhibits /withutiig premiums. Wide variety displayed. ittenball Tournament Teams ? fr6m:all over Mills County. Malvern Iowa Darrah's Comedians of Tabor with one act Comedy and Music, Society Horse Show Wteiardes —• Six Big Acts Everyone Can Go to the Fair with these Low Admissions Season Tickets * ............ $1 (If bought before Augr, 8). Day Admission to Grounds ................ 25c Grandstand ............ 25c Night Admission __________ 25c Merchants Bargain Nite on Tuesday, Aug. 8 One Merchants Ticket and lOc will admit you to Tuesday Night Show. THIJ TEAK . . ., Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Randolian Players and music by Randolph artists, Wisiardes with new program of acrobatics, trapeze work, trained animals, musicians, dancers, | Thursday at 7:30 p. m. All County 4-H Club Show — Big Community Circus — The Wiziardes. t A southwest Iowa Institution for Iowa folks ,->\ TO ATTEND EVERY PROGRAM 1* * [ $F^**y i"'" * " *L -> *" . "cc* kre Hold for Reuben Dixon Died in Hospital at Ottum' Alter a Long died in , .. - Wednf|d»7;j»9n»inf,\July, , 3 o > |}%{!H|e|> ftepond relapse Maryville hospital he returned to Red Oak and then for several months lived with his sisters, Grace and feeon* Dison, »t soa. 'four wf«Jw,*go ' hospiifl at iQttumKri lor; ment.. A* bis bedside when death s»me%ere "his % ltotenir 'Miwes ' Grace and fceona Di»pn and Mrs, Cbas, R, Smith, bis brotbeMn- law, Qhaj, R. Smith, and bi» uncle afl jnt, Mr». He « of Maryvilll. mL wba faithfully cftrsd for bin throughout his en tire Entertain* for Sister Mrs. Merrill Hevern, entertained a group of friends Wednesday evening in'honor of the twenty- first birthday of her sister, Minnie-Smith. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs, Albert Anderson, Mr, and Mrs, Bob Nelson, Mr. and Mrs, Marshall Mart, Mr, and Mrs, George Douglas, Miss Clara Marie Douglas, Mr, and Mrs, Her, ern and children, and Miss Smith, Refreshment-.consisting of ice cream and cake-wer* served, A Sne tiroe,was reported. .Mr». Albert Anderson,,, Mrs, George Douglas, and Miss Clara Douglas were visitors in the Mrs. Gertie Lang home Wednesday afternoon, „ Mr, and Mrs, Qeorge Dpuglas bad business in Slenwood Tuesday, ' * .,,Mr, and Mrs, Walter Black* pun, Mr,,pm-Mr8» Frit? SUdd, and Mac Harris were Pacific Junction visitors Saturday eve, Mr, and Mrs, Marshall Mart and Yirgel Mart spent Sunday with, their parents, Mr, and Mrs .Will Mart, at Hamburg, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Cook of aiiddea spent Sunday in the a, W»' aarlsjoa be«e» Mr, and Mrs, George Doug as and Mias Clara Marie Pougas went Sunday .to the Bay home }n Missouri. Mr, am* Mrs, & », altered i* Owaole, Nebr. Friday xistt » few days In the home their aon, Charles, Qafiaj?,,So4jdi«Sit Jejt Sunday *p.r Ms hams it Downing, Mo. for ft tWft «**** YftSftttWl, George Djvls flf H&sUni* w* Mrs, aou. f owwy J3»»*J*» h*9 b*»n as* jOpItaf'Wi)Ul,P<»Mll*» tat -vat Miss Cairns, of Jefferson is visiting, her sister, Mrs. Paul Vestal, this week, Miss Carol Gaitbrop of Mancos, Colo, came Friday to visit Miss Pauline* Bleakney, Misses Wanda and Jean Koch k ersperger left Saturday for Chicago to visit relatives and attend the Century of progress. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brunow and .Mr, and Mrs. 0. B. Fogarty of Council Bluffs visited their respective parents here Thursday evening. Mrs, Glen Good and daughter, Kathleen, and Mrs, E. W, Slklns and sons were Red Oak shoppers Friday afternoon. ., J, L, Evans was an Omaha visitor, Monday, Miss Winona Idle wfnt-to Tabor Sunday t» visit relatives. Mrs, Jessie Grayson took her sister to Sioux City last Tuesday to join friends going to Chicago to tb» World's Fair, * Mrs, Kate pteen was a Red visitor Friday aftsr? Mrs, Emily Bur^t ters,- Blanche "and "Mrs. Ray Henry and children of Piatts- moutb, Nebr, and Mr. and Mrs- Roy woods of union, Nebr., attended the funeral Friday of the tetter's nephew, Donald Henry, who, drowned in the Nlsbna. river at Sbenandoab while fishing. Mrs. Jay Burroughs and children of Omaha spent last week with her parents, Mr* and Mrs, John Thorson, Mrs, Arthur Merrill and ebil* dren left Friday evening for their home at Pleasantdale, Nebr, after spending ft week here with her mother, Mrs, R< other relatives, Mr- and Mrs. larl Crawford returned bojne Friday from Mt. Vernon where they spent two weeks with her grandparents, Mr • Mrs. A. E. Vales, and uncle, P4C, «$ Mj?8, H,fl, Mr. and Mrs. George Winters and daughter, Bwsl. of Pelican ESTIMATE CHAMPION HILL Walter KeHesbaFsers were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Alfred 09«per, The two, ftOJWPanjf. machines of this community Inished their last week aad pulled in for tfee aeasou. Thrashing was a abort }ah this year, DoJph gcott who haj been visiting hll niece, Mrs, Merrill jftrlggs from Wednesday till Friday his brother, Louie, and family, Mrs. Gertrude McLain spent Tuesday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Otis Bavis, Glen Kellenbargers called on his uncle, Frank Withrow, Satur? day night. Irmen Tando was unable to be present Sunday on account of an attack of tQBsilWs with which he is suffering. He has been, a faithful attendant since coming to this community and we wlseed bim from his accustomed, place. Mrs, Itftfijf UddeJl and Shirley were d_lu fte r guests In ho»ft Sunday. Coy of Qleu- at that time, a_ftt 2:30 tb« Metbod»9t cb wb la Red Pife* 4 Alt8ffey| ? girry -gnjith, mwmm&mM visit in the ftomej of tfte}? tons, Floyd tad Boy ^ri-jr ry -% . clb; "eetedoid.^rlehds here Tuesday, Mr. Butcher is a former editor of Tbe Emerson Chronicle. Mr, and Mrs, Roscoe Greenwood of Imogene Accompanied K. A. Evans to Okoboji Saturday and spent the week end with Mrs, K, A. Evans and children, Darwin Hassall left Monday for Portsmouth, Va. to visit relatives. He plans to visit Washington, D. 0. and the Worlds Fair in Chicago on bis return trip. Mr, and Mrs, B, B. Comer and sister, Mrs. Pearl Scgles, ot Red Oak and her son, Mr. and Mrs. Duwayne Sooles, left Saturday night on a trip to the Black Hills in South Dakota, Morris Hascall returned to ibis home in Omaha after spending the week here with relatives, Mr, and Mrs. T, R. Ellison left Monday for Des Moines to visit their son. They will also visit relatives' in Missouri before returning, , Dr, and Mrs, A, B, Stokes were called to Omaha Friday evening by the serious illness of bis mother, ' Mr, and Mrs, H, C. Knight were business visitors in Des Moines Friday, Donald Coates left Friday for Spring Valley, Wis, to visit friends, Darwell Rice, Carl Bdie, Jessie Ellison, and Clyde Smith left Monday morning for the Black Hills, Yellowstone Park, and California, Floyd fiitosoB and, Dean Coates spent Saturday night and Sunday in Council Bluffs and Omaha with their sisters, , . ' Louie BuUlngtons,*.' Ruby and Darlene Straight, Ella Kellenbarger, and Chester Cooper enjoyed an ice cream feed at the home of Kenneth Webbs Friday evening. Bertha Kellenbarger was an over-night visitor of Mrs, Jennie Kellenbarger in Emerson Wednesday. The Haldemans attended the 4- H club meeting in Qarfleld township at the Harry Pebrson home Thursday, Miss Velma Pehrson was a guest of the Haldeman girls a few days last week, Mesdames Joe and Dean Me- Lain called on Mrs. Mable Kellenbarger Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Corlna Birdsell and son, Lewis, called on her sister, Edith Parker, and family Thursday afternoon. Darlene Straight visited from Wednesday till Friday with her cousin, Florence Cooper, Wanda and Jean Kocbersper- ger left Saturday morning for Chicago where they will visit their cousin, Grace Llddeil, and attend the Century of Progress. Mrs. H- B, McLain spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs, Sherman Allen helping her cook for threshers. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Allen and Joe called on his sister, Mary Gamble, and family in Shenandoah Wednesday, Sixteen from here attended the C, B. Rally at Malvern Tuesday evening. Our society was second for per cent of attendance at the Rally. Malvern ranked first and received the framed picture that was given to the society with the largest attendance. Bransford Bulllngton spent of BojrJMeLaln whose arrival was mentioned last week' has been christened Paul David. OAKS Oaks Sunday School Note* Oaks bad an attendance of 78 last Sunday. Leslie Anderson bad a birthday the past week and turned in his birthday money, Rev. A, A. Wright and also Rev, L, D, Thomae were present and a very helpful talk was given by Rev, Wright. A duet by Miss Annabelje Hutcbings and Miss Margaret Dodson was appreciated very much, also the special number by the young people's choir, Birthday Surprise The young people held their regular weekly choir practice last Thursday night. After practice all went to the Marion Maban home where a party was given in honor of Leslie Anderson. All had a fine time playing games after which home made ice cream and cake were served, -Party for.Little Follw-^ * Last Friday afternoon Mrs. Henry Schilling and little daughter, Ruth Ellen, gave a party for a group of little folks and their mothers. This was given in honor of Mrs. Karl Powers and three children, Georgia. Elanor, and DarreH, of Glenwood who were visitors in the Schilling home last week. A very pleasant afternoon was spent playing games by the little folks and visiting by the mothers. Refreshments of home made ice cream and cake were served. Those present were: Mrs. Powers and children, Mrs. Fred Phelps and daughter, , Shirley, Mrs.' Earl Harman and daughters, Evelyn and LeVon, Mrs, Roy Hatfield and daughter, Alice, Mrs, Forrest Acbenbaeb and Darlene, Miss Bernice Largent, Mrs, Laura, Hall, Mrs. Schilling, and Ruth. Ellen. One hundred sixteen properties on which were growing rust* spreading barberries have been reported by Iowa boys and girls this past spring. A firm seedbed and a hardy strain of alfalfa are two of the essentials in seeding. Many seed- ings are made in July. RECORD OF FII4NQ County Estimate Notice— Tbe board of supervisors of Mills County, Iowa, will meet August U. 1933, at g:00 p. ».. at the Court House. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate ot expenditures E. A. Schade, County Auditor. General ... Court Expense Poor State Innune Bou4 and Jutwent itowrgeuoy .... .. Heconilury ttoujl Cwutt: n CO « O3 g * S o" CO £|8 f 15,000 7,500 17,000 8.600' 6,000 2.500 39,000 t *a,oi8 (3,991 3,688 6.972 4,189 6,083 8.778 62,898 ft o III $16,000 g ' 8.000 1,000 1,000 £.000 g <u o $ 30,000 7.600 15,000 7,500 6,0,00 S.6UO 89,000 16,000 16,900 16.000 im „'« I 51,331 8,879 9.T69 33,126 35.766 Mkilf I 07,605 !.*!» 65,670 !UU

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