The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 10, 1933 · Page 1
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MALVERN LEADER i* iiAsiSftft*-** »««*«.*• *««i-«M**i«i«i . ^1* AS iftfe^Offtff WfcfcftLY SEWSPAPEB st, jtiLtJ cCWfft, t8W*» ffttmsDAt, AtratrSf id, NO. 4. Into Trade on Monday pfwid«t*, ii u>4 11 tteretafies J«iUtfreri we** nafted tot Mills FitHiftt? trad* groups Monday «v*> I Bifti wans business insft of the met lit Gtenwood tad Mil* - la continue frfelifnteM? I WWfe ttndef the National Reeov* Wttli W«. H. Aodabaugh, iffttldent of the flleawood Cham* ItlM* of Cottfiieree a« permanent I Cdafttr chairman, tfadi groups at jtBt Oienweed meeting were seg- If ftgated and Instructed to elect a ^ ffjiiident, vice president, and see* ' fttary-tfeasuref . Although U *ttch groups are included, only 10 , represented at Olenwocd. Ofte ttore, the barbers, met lit Malvern the same evening, f No other action wa» taken be* the election, although inter* tions of N.R.A* provisions , v dUeussed, The presidents of Iftach trtd*%roup will be a mem- l-.ber of a county N.R.A, commit- |iee which shall assist In Interpretation and enforcement of trade (bodes after they have been form* : : -«d on a national scale. •"• > The trade groups and officers: Druggists: W. W, Abel, Emerson, p.; A. J. Howe, Glenwood, .T,p.; B. W. Knight, Malvern, «.t. , Dry goods, hardware, clothiers, shoes, jewelry, variety, etc,! A. eT. 8tand(ford, Qlenwood, p.; J. B. Banderson, Malvern, v.p.j^J. P. Hamilton, oienwood, s.t. » Lumber and coal: A. P. Phll- Jlips, Henderson, p.; J, W. Mc- lty, Malvern, T.p.; V. C. Mery, P. J., s.t. flJlestaurantB: Charles Herndon, ood, p.; Gladys Conrad, o Junction, v.p.; A. A. Timan, Qlenwood, s.t. ifesslonal (Including news•men): W. W. Gillllland, iwood, p.; Frank Choate, rood, T.p.; W,;H. Cramer, RADICAL In fts story ot the MM mestlfig in ffeltiffi Iftft » ffc* Leader os«d ft word to A& scHbe tbe character of tbe meeting which a few of those atteftdtef deemed inappropriate. '•Radical," says Webster's new dictionary, "in politics means one Who advocates sweeping enanfes in taws afid methods of ioteraiaefit with the least delay, especially changes deemed to tend to eqnallie, of to remedying evils arising from, social conditions." Popularly when applied to a group ot ofgafiijtatioc, it denotes a more militant ten* denCy, or a wllllfigtiess to correct injustice by vigorous action. It Was ifl this light that The Leader applied the term "radical" to the groups attending the mass meeting. The leaders of the groups frequently use the same term. Quite naturally The Leader Intended no derogatory impression when the term was so used. Jl'rsl-y.prj'; Leonard "'Dean, oliice, grain, feeds: Wm. ^f.Olenwood, p,; deorge Thor- py| Emerson, v,p.; 0. R, Bloom, jnwood, s.t, fOarages, oil stations; H, A. i$ing, Qlenwood, p.; W. Mor'•in, Emerson, v.pi; R. W. Sals, Malvern, s.t, 7i7 Cleaners, tailors, launder- fji Wm. Lugsch, p.; Bert Rager, |ff,p,j John Cooney, »,t,, all of Surprised Dices On Anniversary Mr. and Mr*. K. C, Dice Helped to Celebrate Silver Wedding Day Mr, and Mrs. K. C. Dice, in north Malvern, were the victims last Sunday ot a very pleasant surprise in honor of their twenty- fifth wedding anniversary, which occurred the day preceding. They were calmly enjoying their Sunday morning's rest when about, 11 o'clock a number of cars stopped in front of the house and gave them the rush. They quickly recovered and gave the guests a hearty welcome. Well filled, baskets had. been brought - by the invaders and a big dinner was later served and an afternoon of visiting .and a general good'jUme,, followed. Those - present „were-Mr, and Mrs. ,§.,,»;-ileck, and, Gail .Dice an A ±st Atntlv K'«* 3?/\«W«HiW* ^" ^and Fair Program *•-. ji*.-—».. .- - ».- --.. — .^^ ..,«„-«->.. Thuwday Afternoon Potato Kaee WlziaMe Circus Mule Sutk 7 ftace Wteiarde Act Shetland Pony ftace ' . Act County Running Race Act Team Pulling Contest Aet Kitten Ball Schedule 1 :00 p. m. Cooney Cleaners vs. Tabor. 2:00 p. m, Malvern, Hertz's Niras vs. Silver City. 3 :00 p. m. Finals. , Umpires: Jim McFall and Sam Walker. New Attractions at Sidney Rodeo American Legion Sponsor* Tenth Annual Show Aug. 15 to 18 The Sidney rodeo, recognized as one of the greatest genuine frontier contests ot the central west, will be staged Aug. 16'to 18. According to members of the Sidney American Legion post, owners and sponsors, the tenth annual rodeo will be much larger than the 1982 show which gained almost nation-wide recognition last fall. i, A number of new attractions have been added, Including an amateur brono riding contest, Brahma cows will challenge cowboy contestants In the wild cow milking contest each afternoon. ' ~ to the unusually,; large ' -N-E-W-S- from the County Seat Secret Weddintf* Are Equal to Known One* Conniving with Cupid to keep his* actions secret the count) clerk's office this week lists a many weddings that cannot be announced as those that hav been. Many come from outside s the county just for that advan tage. The three licenses that hav. been announced are: Aug. 2, Jas H, Riley, 60, and Fannie Lou Col lins, 16, ot Council Bluffs; Aug 6, James Gall Wellwood, 29, and Olive May Hale, 24, of Lincoln Nebr.; Aug, 6, Reuben Swearin gen, 21, and Hilda Wolfe, 18, o Council Bluffs, > Swearin . ...,. . m . - dren, »Bd Mrs. J/W, Shennefleld of Malrern, - - -t •" "„ Their son, WJlltem, was unable, to be present.. * .-? giBarbers, beauticians; .0. C, Ltp- ^«t<? Jen wood, p,; Chas, Hall,' -"--- ., y f p.-- jj, Q, Johnson, s Barbers formed a stronger onp than others,'perfecting the '"s County Barber* association, having every, barber in the ' joining with but a single ion, Trade problems, prices, were discussed, , ull _ / i Peculiar fit- and Frank A, Bo , . northwest of Hastings „,it town Friday evening, 'and 'ought to the county agent's of. flee a peculiar example ot fungus growth tbe latter had discovered in their field, it was attached to a vine that had entwined, itself about a sunflower and as it wound Itself round and round tbe stem of the sunflower it resembled very much a coiled snake getting ready to crush the life of its victim, County Agent Bruce Kllpatriek sent in to state 'headquarters to have it 'properly classified. . , . " . Ed Wearw 1 * Show Calf Killed JB Wftbaih ,, Wearln suffered a heavy loss and an unfortunate one especially at this time Tuesday morning, While ^taking his baby beef entries, three af them to the fair, one of them broke away when they were crosgjngathe Wsbasb tracks and ran down the track southeast;and across the trestle where it was caught'by $, freight instantly'.killed, f.' , , of- livestock. Including horses, Mexican* cattle*, \wlld Brahmas, roping and riding calves, and steers.", Sidney claims ownership of tbe "best" herd of outlaw horses in the country, including such famed animals as "Sun Dance," "Dakota, Sue," "Cactus," and man others. One feature horse is "Th Racketeer." This latter-named vi clous horse has never been suo cessfully contested during th four years of his wide and variei rodeo career. "The Racketeer" i a new horse to Sidney rodeo fans having been purchased by tb Sidney' management in Montana last spring. Champions win be featured in all lines, many of,whom will be headed east to participate In th« b|g world's fair rodeo at Chicago Among the sixteen • trick and fancy riders will be , Florence Randolph of Ardmore, Oklahoma champion lady trjejt and fancy rider of the world, and JBueit Stewart of Fort Worth, Texas who claims the same distinction In the men's division, Tin Horn Hank Keenan, famed rodeo clown of Hoiiywosd, California, will be the outftandjng, clpwa ~-unless a Brahma steer should take him out of the race, , , &a»t /year previous reoqrAi were shuttered in all i-odso when the oficiii entry closed US cowboys and bad signed to contest J» . rloas events, inasmuch as --—"-- detenu « Mlss Mary Scbade accompanied her cousin to Mound City, Mo Thursday and visited nntll Sunday with relatives in that community, : less •t»-«t. i**Thj(a Jjaj piofe-up, _...__ 8, Free from gum, WSl feftYft feftgft 'W' «>»«»wirt tft Us p4i«i W t nip, ta Tydol SgrvUe Station Seasonally power day , by . -4-41041 *»« Mr, tfl Filing Date for Court Close* Aug. 1$ The last filing date* for the August term of Court is Aug, 19, All cases must be listed.Jjy that time, - 1 -? • 80 far the docket Is not very full for'this, term, FourJSiHs of divorcement have been Wed", The docket will be issued'' |n> about two weeks for court convenes this year, on Aug. 8?, . Homer Dicker-son Die* «t. Home Here - Friday Homer Djckerson, an ex-service man who has been ill fo> several ,«' held Monday afternoon^; iT Standard Advertising New Gasoline » Reel Crown is far m^fe. than el Improved In anii-jjn,o.ek, auqh a? is being offe ous marketers. There than seven Important combin$4 in this C These may sft * 59th Exhibition of Miiii County Fafc Thai Week A Fin* Line of 4.M Club* U*d ta Number* The fifty-ninth annual session of the Mills County Fair opened Tuesday of this Week with one of the finest exhibits ot livestock and farm products ever shown here and this too in the face ot a year ot depression and an unusually hot, dry summer. Tuesday was opening day and long before the entries closed the bams and stalls and exhibit spaces Were taxed to their utmost to accommodate the entries in at* most every class. As has been the case for several years past the Juvenile exhibitors in the 4-H club work took the lead In both their own class and the open classes. Seldom if ever has there been such a display of high grade live* stock as is being shown by the colt clubs, the baby beet, the dairy calf, the pig clubs, and the poultry clubs. Every stall was taken and more room had to be provided. The open classes too were un* usually large, especially in the beef classes and the horses. It has been several years since there was such a fine showing of horses especially in the heavy draft classes. It may be that the boys' colt club had something to do with this. There were five boys had entries In this club. 4-H Club Entries The club entries as nearly as we could learn were made in the following classes by these 4-H club members; ' Baby Beef: Herb Benton, Dudley Conner, Ralph Leu, Tom Benton, John Pltzer, Robert Benton, Ed Wearln, Jamie Summers, Dick Hyde, Paul Shaw. Dairy Calf: Wayne Hilton, Jamie Summers, and Otto Buch. Pig club! Bernald Schoening, Lee Gary, Julius Buch, Arthur, Armstrong, Ed Wearin, Jamie Summers, Dick Hyde, Josephine Haden, Herbert Nansel, May Lou- Ise Klindt, Robert, Leu. Colt club;, John Salmons, Shir- kV^Y.i*itfu*i--<..": fl*k»v «>M«»I«.-j.i_ * •-»_.3i ^F-r »^wy» 'j^.^j^ziSfjFiyyfffff^m The %triel. include a wide variety of breeds and they are all good. The poultry clubs also have an unusually fine lot of entries but we did not get them all located. The open classes in poultry are also good and there is a most excellent showing of Mills county's bread and butter producers. There is also a nice showing of FIRE? Not Maltern people know their Whistles. At soon the fife siren sounds aitd they all know that it is tlihe most Maltern folk Were tHottftf toward their noon meals. When it blows at any other hour, surely there Is a fire in town, and there Is need tor assistance. Consequently when the whistle blew at io o'clock Saturday night, and at the 6:30 closing hoar othef evenings there were wild scrambtings to find the fire. It Is reported that some worthy firemen even left their bath tubs Saturday night to help put out the fire. And the closing of the stores was the only excitement. City Club Loses to Local Nine Sunday Slater's Protege* Take Fast 7*2 Game on Home Diamond With some borrowed help and a remarkably good pitcher Manager Harold Slater's town baseball team soundly trounced the City club nine of Omaha when they clashed on the fair grounds diamond Sunday. The locals won 7 to 2. In the box for Malvern, young Marlin Wilkinson of Henderson kept City Club batsmen greatly mystified as to the whereabouts ot the ball, and allowed them but eight rather ineffective hits, None were more than-singles and only two were converted Into counters. Malvern steamed up in the second Inning to run in four of their tally, taking advantage of wild pitching. Not quite up to form in batting the hometowners popped out only seven hits and made three of their tally by the base-on^balls method. Sunday the Malvernlans will play the national guard from Council Bluffs on the fair grounds diamond. No Business Rush Hampered Council Routine business occupied so large a part of the meeting of the city council Monday night owed money, however, it was big business'for tbe meeting was devoted to the okeying of bills. The Horse Show In the horse barns, in addition to the club boys, there are some unusually good animals in all the heavy draft classes from the farms of such breeders as Hossle & Sons, the Burgolns, R. B. Parker, the Buffingtons, the Hiltons, Plackman, and others whose en- Ties we failed to catch. Joe Mc- Laln and Emmett Cardiff of the east side are showing some mighty fine mule teams as well as'some heavy draft horses and colts. Dean McLain has an extra ;ood pair of roan colts. Over in the flora? hall Tuesday was a busy time and what was eared might be a dud in the ex- Ublts was really bigger and betT er than ever. The 4-H clubs under the dlrec* ion of County Leader Mrs. CHu- pn Parker are making a, showing )f dresses of their own manufac- ure that would grace well a la-. las' apparel shop most anywhere. They have certainly learned to be clever with the needle. Walter Hilton & Sons, the ir. vins, Nelson Hummeil all have wonderfully nice showings of orchard, garden, and field products with some very complete displays. A»d there are many others showing in single entries or a few en. tries. The pantry stores and canned goods a)ao make a very attractive showing as does the fancy work, quilts, and work, is they were glad to get the rain but wish it had held off another hour, it did not rain much south of town but there was a good one here and north of town. Tbe evening program Wednesday evening includes a nice program by the Randolean Players of Randolph and big program by tbe Wiziarde Circus group. Tonight (Thursday) the 4-H club pageant will be given and the Wiziardle Circus will also furnish a good program. There is also & full program ot sports and entertaining, kitten* ball league games and county races, during the afternoon, You will get ypur money's worth attending the remainder of the fair. Tri* County Old Settlers to Meet ai Carson Friday Mill*, Fremont, Pottawatta* ttiie Coufttie* in Annual Reunion Auf. 11 The annual meeting of the Mills, Fremont, and Pottawatta- inte counties will be held in Car* son tomorrow (Friday) in an alt day session. There will be registration at the school building, and a big basket dinner from 12 to 1:30 followed by "Old style Show" in the school auditorium. At 2:30 the following exercises Will be held on the school grounds: Opening announcements, Chas, Roe. Song, "America." Welcome address, Mayor Fen* der, Song, Double Quartet. Marimba solo, Maxlne Tlpton. Address, Hon. Otba D. Wearln. Community singing led by Rev, L. T. proctor. Address. Music, Brass Quartet. Talks by Old Settlers. Business session. Awarding of prices. Savery Talked of Loyal Picketers The meeting called by the or- ganiser of the Loyal American Picketers, Clifton Savery, ot Logan, for last Friday night, did not .assume quite the proportions of the meeting held the week preceding by the Holiday Association. There were about 160 men and some women present from various sections ot Mills county and they gave Mr. Savery a good hearing but did not seem very greatly impressed with his plea for his organization. Mr. Savery said that he had belonged to the Farm Bureau, the Farmers Union, and bad helped organize the Farm Holiday Association but did not feel that any of these measured up to what was needed for a real farm organization. And, when be could not agree with the leader* as to poll- ^iM^^y^y^...-^^.^. ^.^ eters, which he firmly believed had the right ideas and plans to work out real farm relief. He believed in peaceful picketing but did not believe in violence. He said: "You can't build an agricultural program on vlo- ence. t Mr. Savery is a pleasing speaker and has spoken here before and always gets a good hearing. He apparently did not get many recruits here. New Well Supplies Citizen* With Water Malvern water users are now drawing their water from a new well, giving less Iron and a fine type of water. The well first came ~ Into use last week and has been furnishing a large supply of good water since. The well has four sand-points and gives a good supply of water. History of the Week An Interpretative news summary of the important events of ^ the past week, In RJeicber, la,, 300 miners struck when the mine owners re fused to display the N.R.A. in signla. To officials and posts American Legjon commanders sent battle orders for the N.R.A, war on pressioa. week. laundries adopted*? 45 by the stalks of corn shewn to do the husking tWt jpftiaiwa, tea, gre § f 6t£ J|f ihfl^iujt Mjjoa _„_.«__ fa^ar*-^^? 1 ^* committees In every U. g. hamlet received fat stacks of campaign material complete with ready wage speeches for wow- en'ft Bi«bs, men/a meetings, every purpose, explaining and inspiring N.R.A, cooperation. Rea Sloinea barbers upped tbe price of haircuts to 60c, Peftasyivanltt miners struck whee mine owners refused to comply With the N.R.A. provision t9t labor, the country over hj4 more leisure tuau ever -Batter organized Industries rutn*4 reoovBry code* to atmtor with their own code and have It approved. Even with this stimulus only one new industry signed a code, the shipbuilders, although prog* ress toward agreement was made in others. N.R.A. codes were signed by small employers over the country swiftly, many not un-r derstajjdjng the responsibility inV volved, and an immense number of patriotic N.R.A. Insignia? ap. peared in store wln4ows, car windows, and other public places, Confused by the vast Ae.ta.il"-' Q.| the N.R.A. program consumers the country over nonetheless feu into line and reaolye4 to tbor* oughly test Its possibilities for recovery before objecting too stren» uousiy to unaatisfijctory details, , This enthusiastic wiiUagneBs to caopwate cuusea offlclibj tQ plftca greater hope in the SWCCSBB oj the plan in spite of the i&cessant 4tf nculties which coutluued to * .» * * liVUUe IHftwiMVttiwif ware, featuring stories oFE'llX activity an announcement by leorg* Peek contained u»wi of uttiftli tnnt>a viittl ^p-^l^p ma^Rf V "* *.1(H§ to oorti jutd Up4 pj-o- UU^IIMI t«§ yttiAftt w*!^i ^^^PS 9^^m^p IP^PR i Tnft iBttftkittttaiiian TM ,„„,,„„ (hat |B« fffntarttiiM |2te «S^.- "~--"™. AiHil

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