The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 10, 1933 · Page 2
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 2

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1933
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THE MALVERN LEADER Aft ALt^COtJ*** WSfiStt an* lion it Out W. P. WOfTttlAN, to tfce Port of** at ItaKef*, matter. of One eopr tir w motith. eopt - «»* .M .95 OM copy OM re«r ---!*.«» copy MI BOSUN - - i.«* .^ *** **** ttl **• paid. NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION CHP»tCtAi, OOtTimr PAPKR:^An the ofdal »neee«ttit of flM jg>w*a of S«per>iiorf are pHatea In fall ft thii paper. DISPLAY, 16 cents a column Inch; 6 cents aft inch additional tat composition. Extra tot guaranteed positkra. EC a line lee a line 6e a line 6e a line 69e . ~~ , • LOCALS, LOCALS, aaioac reading matter -.*.* OMtnary Poetry • * ReaolatloDi - - . * Cart of Tbanki- * * BEND CHANQE8 OF [ ADDRESS PROMPTLY LEADETl sntrtcrib*r» are uiked to notify the sob»cHptJon department promptlr of any clwnswi ia th«lf mAittme*. Vnift the new pMta] law*. smnpaiwM an! pert* odte&l* matt par po«t«re doe for notices of any chaise* In addfeM port office. In also the pr»b- forntabed by the addition, ttere to , l«m of delay In dellrery or failure to r*t the paper. The Sect plan tt to . Ue chaao of addrea* la ' T EDITORIAL The shorter hours featnre of N.R.A. seems to hare been heartily endorsed. If every employed person, including all employers, would share one-fifth of his work with some unemployed person the country would soon be well recovered from its economic illness. Dog daya of August can hare no effect upon most ot us after going through last June. Hare you been attending the fair? The first day indicated that ereryone could hare an enjoyable and educational time either in the afternoon or the erenlng. AlKiUSt t & 1035 "fixft fa* ChfsSer." fitt ft tire n*adft»g of *>•** In ONI ttre of tii* adr»rtl»€Bt«at ft that «* changed — fceeaase tie pwbfie has started Ifl dot only to tot to bay setectHely Seek OUt HOt merely will , but sound substantial rahr* at well. Diseascing "Chisetnafc" William Feather tt» * irett kaoWa trade magazine has tie fonowtt* to say: "tHif teat this as rood & time as *ay to stop the practice of beatta* tfc* profit oat of wry estimate before aa order it placed? We can*t hare prosperity if carrsat practices are continued. Bank- ., ^— K^.^-.— months ti* practice ot at the le*e*t t>l*. *a* A |H A a< a . noxrij ti* iferage of at) tie tM* tftfr- MML We a*ed* he aftya, * 'cMsefflttt BoHdey.' if «*& «f *l wate for tie other know to eoMsfet its fmftfftew a#fr fee- fore w* quit blnfflBg and ttfo*- fcstttm our suppliers, We MR ***** «ttrfect tie *K*riM *ys- t*» of price stashlag. Like all Wftf reforms, thft refOrl& matt toft* a* irome. tt etf&t to Be- today." — cWeMete, to* I -" ^^^^^^^^^ [Out an the OM Hamsst&icl The Sidney rodeo Is scheduled for next week. No event in the state has proved the possibilities of cooperation in rural communities as much as has this rodeo. With all members of the Sidney American Legion working solidly together, their post has been able to build up one of the most outstanding rodeos in the country. Not only has it been highly profitable bat it has attracted untold good will to that enterprising community. Their method of building up the rodeo might well be followed by every community in its recreational projects. Malvern's town council has again obtained * good, inexpensive water supply by gink- ing aaad points on the city (Continued from page 1) ind we ran over a good sited bird and killed it We gave it a proper nterment. While in Billings we called on Areleigh Eacrett. an old time trahan boy, who is doing well n the west. He is with the feas* sell Miller Milling company in Billings, as wheat buyer and also ag blender of the wheat for grinding. This is a large concern with elevators and mills all over Montana. We were told that Mr. Ba«s rett probably bought more Wheat than any other buyer ia that section of Montana, We had * nice Mills county's trunk road system is badly in need of surfacing and such work wonld asMS^-lSS JS r t^.* ~r~!=«M trying to get this work started but hare been unable to get the state highway commission to approve their plans. Mills cotintlani should assist their board in putting through this Important project. visit with him. Yesterday we completed fencing repairs, tt was one of the hottest days yet and we surely sweat, trying to sink post holes to the proper depth la ground that had not been wet tor two or three months, bat we finally finished up the Job. Bow we did long tor a little cooler weather. It came a day or so later. We bare been orer on the Crow reservation eereral times since we hare been bare. It has efcaage* a lot since we first saw it- Th* Indians bare caahged alto. iiHsy as«d to «rhre »y wits their poay teams or go on horseback whea they left the res«nr** ttoa out Sow they aearly all bar* cars and the way they whiz by With their heads up and look ever tl*tojj> of you Is Jast different — that's alL We miss the friendly Ca*efal, Mr. President The featnre which almost wrecked the entire N.R.A. pro- limiting of one of Mattern'a f«* numerable baseball te*cm "Sira." Capt. Paul Heft* wrecked the entire N.R.A. pro-; 'wra." uapt. raw nenz gram was the blowing of the lo- named his County Fair Warn d^fet Jk^. *J-A-—L *.* 4b. .*—A— *.„ «M-MT 4K^4 4**Ut IharfiJlte tfufttr A*it*m*tA&a eat fife siren at the wrong or new times, when it sounded at 6;30 p. m. the first time on Friday dtiseas harried to the street to detect the fire and some firemen rushed to the engine house to be •eady to drive the big truck. trben it was sounded at 10 p. m. Saturday many citizens (like my- eelf) bounded from their beds. ifepared to fight fires to the last 2£s. -iTsarss ru^,<rsr"U Bare teen fixing ap the aback S2 1 ** * re * ctloa *^ In8t the * tRUe When It was too hot to ******* work outdoors. The foundation nad cracked aad the floor epreai la a couple ot places so that the mice ware taking possession. Two .-years ago when Mac and Tanddl fieaton drove oat and occupied the shack, the mice beta* ered them considerably so they set some traps for tlwau The next morning Beaton got ap first, not difficult to do, aad discovered a rattlesaake caught firmly la one of the traps. So. I hare fixed up teat foundation aad floor until BOW tt Js tight enough to hold j»heat an« exclude mice aad rattlers. History of the Week Aa Interpretative news aanuaary of the important ereate ot •" tke past week. What has become of Cknrer- nor Bering's special legislatire session to consider the Brook- All tajc^payen wW Interested ia aeeing what' program may be presented. •>• As President Roosevelt's N. H.A. program gets under way it ts more important than ever "that almost universal support be given it if it gets a fair trial. The program has grave shortcomings. It presents some difficulties which seem impossible to remedy. Yet it has tremendous 'possibilities for putting a great many people back to work and of greatly increasing the national buying power. Especially is it important that farmers and citizens in rural areas gjve it a fair trial. For its benefits will not come quite as quickly to this section of the country, perhaps, as to more industrialized areas. Yet. if all of the unemployed in in* dustrial areas are put to work and start to buy more food and rteed more clothing, mid west and southern farmers will Shortly share in the prosperity which will be started. Already In many towns and cities thousands of people hare been put to work. As the pro. gram progresses thousands more will gain employment, it will bo necessary for everyone to give enthusiastic support to the N.R.A. until its possibiU- |ies are fully' proven or di»* proven. COLOMBIAN (Continued from page 1) a later conference would deal with a permanent, long term pro_ , _ , , srwn. «ad pointed out that abort park in the T. ft N. "T." Al- J feed er °P* the current crop year though the water supply has °* d rellered the necessity to held up remarkably well this aute In obtaining a plan tor con- anmmer in spite ot the tro! ot °°m production. A warn* drought, fn^fi-ntiffm were j^gj ing waa giren that the presenl sooroe g*aey arose, Merchants generally report their customers Tory willing to cooperate by buying during the new business hows. A few objected to the inconvenience of the early closing but on the whole many acquiesed to the shorter days and afternoon buying during Friday and Saturday in Malvern was heavier than it has been for some time. Such cooperation will greatly aid the working out of the other provisions of the code. Car* Kill Thirty-Eight » June 1933, in Iowa exactly the same number of persons were killed ia automo- tille accidents In June, 1933, as in Jane IS??; however, there were nearly 800 more injured this year than last, while there were nearly ?00 f ewer accidents. A report from the motor rebicle department of the state shows this. One fewer pedestrians was killed this year, and four fewer were injured, while nearly 500 rewer vehicles were involved. It thus looks aa if the accidents must hare been much more aerl* ous this year. *ew months through „ mer aa well as through winter, naleas measures •"•are taken to insure a reduction, On the request of the American delegation to the world wheat conference Secretary of Agricul- It used to be the dressmaker u is the padded figures. Jfo bank cashier. tt ftMd^ eajttjy W d» easfly cleaned. M.S /J STOCK TANKS j: ^^™^^^^^^S^^^^WI^P ture Wallace postponed announcement of the reqnired'acre- age reduction under the wheat allotment plan until Attg. M. three days after the conference re-convenes. There was hope among the American delegates hat at that time an agreeneafc or reduction might be obtained, Apparently far removed from responsive action toward news of crop developments, or any other news, grain markets moved US' certainly and inexplicably, prices often bumping against the arbitrary limits and reducing trade to Zero. The appearance of another of the huge selling more* menu at the end of the month brought a change is the minimum prices of the markets to the closing prices of July 31, not to be changed again antil Aug. 15, • * * » President Roosevelt last tree* gave a definite form to the federal drfre against crime, specUlr cally against kidnapping, waea he designated Raymond Holey to Investigate possible measures to be taken and to direct the organization of federal government efr forts ia the battle. The appointment itself was interesting ao| Simply for the importance of the mission, but also as » political sign of meaning unknown, after several weeks of rumors of the waning inaaeace oj Mojey |a the admiaiHration, seen the shows aad didn't iatend to. Last week th* mayor ot Chicago did attend the exhibits, aad waa tar more complimentary to their allure, exclaiming with apparent Indignation that tt waa all rery Indecent and threatening to dose the exhibits to public ap- xcedatton Jaalea* • aome " ~ Made to Order Secretary Fnuik Satntnets ha* Big OpiwrtaaiUes la the eofcdact of bis Mills Count)Pair. Monday * coaeesaioiiaire (female) called him from Har. la*, waatfed to kaow if be waated « iMda bala show. "I'll •take K kgttiaiate U neces. aarjr," ahe aatd aweetly. Secny tary Soamera, aaxtoos to protect Mma coaaUaaa from the tesay (tadOos World's Pair aecmaries) eatd he bad no room tar the show. -f-M* Crisis Passed A crisis arose at the kittenball that term when they (Khorter hottrs, fongeir patriotic iueasttf 1 ^ -f-t-1- tTse the Planks The Board of Bnperrisors are going to be careful of their new bridge over Little creek south of Malrern. After laying a floor ot an asphalt composition, over Which cars and rehlclea glide almost noiselessly, they Wanted to protect it from tractors with lugs. To help tractors help them help the bridge they placed places on the bridge railing which tractor drivers must drive orer when they cross. Our eagle-eyed observer, Cor. poral Beezalyre, reporto that be found two rery distinct traces of tractor Ings shortly after the bridge was opened for use. We citizen* should insist that risk- Ing tractors use the planks. -f-t-1- The Big Circle Driring in Big Circles seems to be the favorite vacation of the year. Arthur "Ping" McCullough and Clarence Bedding went to the World's Fair via Texas and Florida. Lord Enos and the Earl . lapsed Witk «t« frfet iH^rtK f I* r*st«fday, wltt * , last 0«ft« SUfk n*s a fine ot potatoM, radlslrts, Wtnw, ions, eafrett, tli Met. they oil th* stinny tld« of the j tain that ean ft* ifHgated ^ required aai foMiff «n his tft lake, son»i t% acres, to by bringiag It Water from creek, t nat« cmnght —--— .... •—— -• •—— —^» •KA»mf*Ki»*B*a • •»*•«•*•« MV» ** MMUVO e»UU lUQ JBHft*t diamond whea tt was discovered 1 of Stonysphere completed a trip Chat almost any number of teams wanted to play on it Friday ere- ning. After much compromising aad adjusting the Co, I-Malrern game was played in the ereaing aad the girls* game waa played earlier la the day. Other games were shunted to other erenlngs. TABS a great athletic crisis was successfully averted ia the community. •f-H- Service a Coopesjstiom Beat victory of' Admlaiati*. through southern Canada, to the coast and back home through Kentucky and Missouri. But prise ot all great circle tours goes to the two Brans boys of Emerson who started out for Quebec or some such place, went then to Vancourer, boated up to Alaska and back, drove down to El Paso, Tex., orer to Mobile, Ala., and are risking other D, 8, points before completing their circle. -f-t-1- "Worst thing about the Bast," said Lord Enoe as be waa la convalescing from his ,^*^ *,i.-:. & ^ s t'.S,h^.,i K i" !* & -7j* , L ^^a -JV5 weighing one pound one got away/ These mountain tfoat taake fine We get iWrty eents per from tourists that bay them- they go home and brag ai their expertaess tit casting file*.' * Oar coro at Ovid, Colo. — acres — is looking good, bat will need rain a* it has b, to tssseL We ar« hoping for a • crop aad ft 'ftooterett price,* Yotfl traly, C. E. Newtp*|Mf Ad* Us*d to Tell of Advantages Storing Grain ia Implement and hardware . era everywhere are making a u clal drtre this year to indl farmers to store their wheat cause of the unexpected incw in prices. The dealers In this 1 rltory make tola announceme this week's paper. The Columbian Steel company, makers bt the U "Red Top Oratn Bin" aad Bottom Stock Tank" are ec sting with the dealers ia . money saring campaign. They i using the newspapers excl in bringing tab message the public. ' There's something In to* _^ tlasmeau today to iaterest/i DRS. KLINE & __„ Or. D. M. Klin. " ' fO f. '4. A/ Ostespathle Physlelsnt Offles hsursi 1 t* » p. m. an* a. m. en\Satunlay. Oth«r Hwirs by Af /-*»" •ti - UNTIL WS LEABNED BETTER Until we learned better, we used to nix wood and steel in oar oar : bodies and wheels, It was the best way to Bake bodies— then. But the state of the art has advanced, • »*•- ,' ' Of course,. it is wore ear^ensive to wake an all-steel body than tok .aake^a wooden fra»t and*iia4i steel panels on to it. The better way volvea an 4n|tiai\wp«»dltir« of several willicus of dollars which readers a;ohasge very costly. Cars, especially large ej^easiys which aVe, produold^lfi sj»ll Tolmw, cannot afford this, because ,tbf • dies- cost as aseh for 9»a earns for, a Billion. That alone explains why v fy^rt' : steel bodies ar« »ot used is all cars, \ j;^: ^; ittt wr t fesio policy froa the beginning ia to make a good oar better, f refardless of cosV, -'•,'''- '- , „- ............ • ~'*\Ws Fes exai^if, wBeji.Wfli discarded wood-steel body construction, it-iaf|f »0t because we lad»4jR>o|r ff sUll have «o»e thousands of acres of lite bfst ban* ifa4 ^l'4^f>^ t y^eo^iqr would \irge us to use up the , 'and thfn adopj tb>;b»*ter aH^ttei body. But it decided We weighed the MeanwhUe (he nation waa tor * . Uracael had been re* to hte hone iu Qk)afcj»m« alter the naymeBt oj raa- John J. returaed after M«,000 haj »»*••',. !i^,«od against, before we made t&jtfw m*^*wir+'*~rw<+~*ri f-wr reason for retaining a mixed wood-and-stee -»p4j|^^)^J^^%- ; ^t«»4 9t welding an all-steel bojyj&^p ~---'------'-i^ad^ptiiig an all-ateel body were these; A structurally than its wooden fraae. with ap, Every and be of to spsaj£ 4 m fi^aw to iMWB^IISpBPW;' 5Wwlw''>; mkf- vl^UMUUk * **^"'K. Jl^BjfffJfcflfc"^ Afc^ksai EflPllft s vp*? ,, •C"-. C^i "JPPPw» :

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