The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 24, 1933 · Page 1
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 1

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1933
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A* ALt^COtmt* wHfiKlf LEADER , Mtl&S WJW*f%IWA, ttnmSBAt, AtmtrST 84, ill* . «. •H Club* Make a Flue Shewing at Comity Fair ite Si§ Poultry Sfaait «fu) €idthiAf tfi our last week's issue we ive the winners-in the livestock nlries of the Hills county 4*8 :lttb» at the Mills County Fait. ?« follow this week with the nets It the poultry B how and Ett clothing demonstrations. The Poultry Show The poultry show was uftusn* illy food this year and the 4»H lubs were responsible tot a large ot it. The following are their innings t Dark tiaffed Plymouth ttoeks Bobbie Buffingtott, Glettwood, E cockerels 1st and 2nd, pullets lit |and 2nd, young pen 1st and 2nd, white plywottth ttociu Bradley, Matters, cock- f weto 1st and 2nd, pullets 1st and young pen 1st and 2nd, White Wyandotte Wllma Bradley, Malvern, cock* ttels 1st and 2nd. pullets 1st and 2nd, young pen 1st. Columbian < Margaret Angus, Malvern, cockerels, 1st and 2nd, pullets 1st and 2nd, young pen 1st. Rhode Island Reds, 8. 0. Byron Bradley, Malvern, cockerels 1st and 2nd: Betty Lovell, Malvern, cockerels 3rd; Byron Bradley, pullets 1st; Betty Ixrr- ell, pullets 3rd; Byron Bradley, young pen 2nd; Betty Lovell, young pen 3rd and 4th. Light Brahma* Margaret Angus, Malvern, cockerel 1st, pullet 1st, young pen 1st. I White Leghorns ; Maxlne Sell, Olenwood, cockerel 1st; Wayne Hilton, Glenwood, cockerel 2nd and 3rd; Maxine Sell, pullet 1st; Wayne Hilton, pullet 2nd and 3rd; Maxinsj Sell, young pen 1st; Wayne Hilton, .young pen 2nd. -' * Brown Leghorns Phyllis Wilson, Malvern, cockerel Istj,^ Wayne Hilton, Olen^rood, cockerel '2nd and 3rd; His .Wilson, pallet 1st; Wayne Wv'WWi Since puMtthing list week the stofy of the World's Fair so**-*- j nfr attest hf M«. B. gins of Elgin, til, a ntttthef o our Mills eonnty ladies hate called us to show the souvenirs they had of this exposition of forty yean ago. . Hiss Maytne begenhart was proudly showing a pink silk hand kerchief that her father, J. t>eg- enhart, had purchased there fot her mother, it was made on the grounds and had Mrs. Degenhart's name embroidered or sewed tit the corner, in the center was a picture of Columbus. Mrs. Iran tiufbltt was showing us a pretty tittle silk handkerchief that her sister, tin. C. F« Davit, had purchased at the World's Fair and tent her la 18S8. ft *ss a pretty Httfe thing and hftd Mrs. DurWa's name «ia- broldefea In oae cofner. it also had been made at th* Fair. Mrs. Susan Chambers brought to out office a tew days ago another eotttsnlf of the Werfd'f Fair held in Chicago tt 1898. it Is a dttplicate of the ticket she need Ml Chicago Daf* Oct. 9, 1863, and Ira* numbered il,*l§. She and Mr. Chambers and Emory Chambers and wife all *t* tended the fair oft that day, and she retained her ticket until how as a sonrenir. on the back of the ticket is A picture representing the founding of Chicago, did Fort Dearborn, and one other house! and the date 1883. Has any one else any eouren* irs of the old World's Fair* Saturday Sales to Begin Aug. 26 A. J, Berkhimer Will Start Hit Community Sale Seaton Next Saturday The Saturday community sales, so successfully conducted by Andy J. Berkhimer, with L. A, Talbott as auctioneer, tor the past few years, will open the sea* son next Saturday, Aug. 26, at his sale barn in Malvern, and the public is invited to attend and also to bring in whatever they wish to sell at that time. Mr. Berkhimer has been con* ducting these sales the past few years in such a manner as to inspire confidence in both buyer and seller, as has been evidenced by the large crowds attending, and the great' amount ot stuff brought in and sold. Last year, from September to June, he held 42 ot these sales These sales were attended by people from all over Mills county 1 and from, each of the adjoining counties: Fremont, Page,. Montgomery, and Tottapattamie, as well as by some from Nebraska. , Things were brought here for sale from 'each of thefa>counties ibraska, especially in ,tba *mm**^m»*IMm?&> .. ,. ; Buff ' Orpingtona ' v; " Dorothy Biich, Qlenwood, cockerel 1st; Virginia Chamberlain, Malvern, cockerel 2nd and 3rd; Dorothy Buch, pullet 1st; Virginia Chamberlain, pullat • 2nd and 3rd; Dorothy Buch, young pen 1st; , Virginia Chamberlain, young pen 2nd and 3rd, The Clothing PemonstratlouH This was a very nice feature •of the fair^ and the .wholo north end of the Dora! hall was given over to the club girls who showed «bout as nice tt Jlne ot falconed and wade by ' uee any. «d and e»ch preHented B type of clothing 'work .for (JwnpnstraUon }» the . . SJJyerette club, Mrs, Rgy Don- Her, leader, and M»rlan Benton Mary BUisybeth summers " first s. Mrs, W. L, FlsJf. el, Jeftder, and Tesje Wllsoa Pierwu, the "Tfea Arl qf »e}ng by - sheep.' and. seeds, 3,000 posts, a' lot of native lumber, merchandise, household goods, furniture, farm implements, poultry, tools, automobiles, harness, musical instru ments, guns, and in fact about Dr. John Kline on Free Clinic Board Dr, John Kline, Malvern, has been selected as one ot the ex* amlhers of the free clinic by the Iowa Osteopathle Association which will be conducted at the coming towa State Fair Aug. to Sept 1, according to . announcement received here today, The clinic will be open free ot charge to any adult In Iowa and complete physical examinations will be given each day ot the Fair from 9 a. m. until 6 p. m. N s rTofn CotiAty Seat Mrs. C, F. Davit Home from Hotpital Mrs, .C. F. Davis was able to return home last week from the St. Joseph's hospital where she suffered a severe operation and was for several days-in a.very critical condition. Mrs. Davis had a tooth .pulled recently and although every precaution seemed to have been taken, an infection set in causing her throat, and jaws to *, swell, and abcesses formed "that required an operation to relieve them. She was able to return to Malvern the fore part of the week and for two or three days remained at the-home of, h^r stater,; Mm, :,lvs,nDttrWn, - fifftfto* <tttry for N|*tj*0uft term Ittdf e & D. Wheeler was down Jest week and tttade an order excusing the Mill! county grand jury from hotdltig a session in the coming tefffl of court. There was little to come before them and he thought H hardly worth while calling them together tor the amount of expense it would involve. The petit Jury have been excused fctttii Sept, 4, so they will come a week* lite; Court is called to convene Attf. tip to ¥<i«id«rV sixty-five new cases had been filed tor the coming term of court. Of these nine are divorce cases, thirteen are foreclosures, seven are damage eases, three are criminal cases and .the rest Various matters of law and equity. Highway Patrol After the Traffic Violators State Highway Agents Russet and Shires bare been busy men the past week or so, seeing that traffic regulations are more generally enforced. There have been a good many drivers of late who hav» been heedless of the stop signs leading on to Highway 34 and especially ot the dangerous corners near the Poor Farm. The state men got busy and quite a number have already been appro bended and given stiff Ones. Your car is supposed to come to a «top before going on to the Federn highway. They have also run in a num her of truck men for overloading and these also have paid fines and taken out additional weigh permits. They routed County Treasurer Otto Judkins from hi bed at 2 o'clock one morning to issue the necessary: papers to an overloading truck ] man. Ouesi they mean to enforce these lawi so we would best^ observe them in the first place. Marriage. licence* ~' ~* - • If, and eYery^hinif'rtha^yByo^-'-youTd think of,-They, found buyers for everything that was brought here to pell, , , * It makes a great place, for buyer and seller to get together See his- ad fpi tbe opening sale j next Saturday, History , , of the , , Week An Interpretative news summary of the important events ot • the past week,. A program for "the immediate relief of the hop marketing ewer* gency seemed tent week to be the first major benefit of the new deal to he aimed specifically fpr the ajd^regtere fftrwer, Tuesday , the department ot , culture announced that the submitted, by the OomwUtee of M t« J>s plaw4 in , Witb the agreement of all of the livestock and esslsg industry, While tb^ purchase »»a slaughter of the 5,, j»UU»» Jisft* , 9trb9*« iftvolved in the plan is tp pegia as ^oou as le, the proceesiRg tax nee- to fluanoe \&$ pjau wHJ not i atftJl 4b| beg iftnlns at tba Uog mirketlus yew, Qct, 1, Friday .'.seeceiary of Wallace, gpeakjc? vo tftrwers at .^ til the announcement of tbe.aore- Age reduction required) promised Aug. S4. This announcement in turn was watting for the world wheat conference, scheduled to reconvene in London Aug. 21 The department indicated its will tagness to cut acreage 15% to 10% in concert with other world wfeeet producers, but was unwilling to make the reduction more than 19%, acting alone. Ou Tuesday the emergency minimum price limits In the Er»i& markets were removed after they bad baited grain trade for several gays, The limits on daily; fluctuation*- were left ia force, Tbj-QUBb the rest pf the week. tber% wft& trade -^buA »Q 4eois}ve trend in price movements from 4»y to day, • ,•>. * « * i eetog oj the NBA orgw- tbroujgft the aatloft con- gut IB WftsfeiBgtpft tba fta»lal8trallo« was fajing Its , County aad sister Tuesday. Ra,t«e Brown emsba visitor Co. I Entrains Camp Podgo 5*t«rd»y Members of Gowwpy I left b? special train at Jg^j gun4a JMWUWf fc* Oes, Mfiteis,. fbei tbw are SQW |n trajRteg *t Camp where they wyj j^ye gom ye drill work, wftile tfee in camp. Tbera »re slxty4w ift tbe Cbaries R , 8sJts te captain, Blwer M-. Skfif g s that the proJeQt hy tioa el tb§ to easja .or but { raw ewfe»Ul«4 to ttw eftf « el th* bag Daniel i» Fim to M*Jco Hole » One in Okowood T» W. L. Oanttj it B»ii»I the ftrit hole mM* file* wo.0,4 sfturit. H» it M the iwoua lk«U», W itroke. IW h» *M part trim b*4 iii» t KXteiWt §1 tbj Aug. 16t Wm, Carl Pickens 35, and Amanda Bartrug, 42 both of .Omaha who were mar ried tbe same day by the Rev E. B, Goodrich. Aug. 16: George, Bcheller, 22 and Ruth Hejkes, 18, also hot of Omaha, and they, too, wer married immediately by the Rev erend Goodrich. Aug. 21; Richard Fay Hen drix, 19, sou of J, E. Hendrix and Vera Frltcher, 16, daughte of W, E, Frltcber, all of Hen derson, were married, with th consent of both (parents sine neither was of age, that day b tbe Rev, E, E. Goodrich. Three Register Car* Only three cars were license last week, two pf whlcb wer Fords s Myrtle Peievan, o U a w o o d Ford coupe, Clevft Masters, Q Chevrolet sed.a»« . W. Q, Harorer, Ford tudor, Attend the Parkef * Plumb Reunion Thursday Richie Meld *i Big Lake; Mr*. L, D. Austin Far* niche* The Parker and PlnJnb tatoily reunion was held at Big Lake Park, Council Bluffs, Thursday, Aug. 17. There were 126 names registered. We missed the sen tot member of the family, Valentine Plumb, of Hatlan, how ninety years of age, who did not feel able to at lend. Those present ffom other states were: Mrs. Mary Parkef and daughter, Millie, of Harpster Ohio, Robert Plumb and family of Valley, Nebf., and Dr. Karl Moats and family of Blair, Nebf. Although the day dawned clear and bright by noon clouds had gathered which threatened rain but no rain fell there. We learned on reaching home that there had been a heavy shower of short duration at Malrern. After dinner the president, Mrs. J. T. Skerrltt, called the business meeting. The song Iowa," was sung. Rer. Gram Parker made a short talk anc read an original poem contributed by Mrs. Clara Belle Plumb of Colorado Springs, Colo. Others who were to hare taken part on the program failed to attend. Officers were elected as follows: Lloyd Parker of Oakland, president, O. H. Parker of Henderson, rice president, Mrs. Myrta [Continued on pace 6] PLUMB REUNION POOL REOPENS After feeing closed for several days because of the inclement Weather the Malrern Municipal Swimming pool reopened Wednesday evening. Although the weather was cool, a number of swimmers took advantage of the recreation offered. The pool has enjoyed excellent patronage this summer and has attracted an unusually large number of swimmers from other communities. Patrons from Sidney, Emerson, Henderson, and all communities in between these towns hare been numerous and occasionally some hare cone from eren greater distances to enjoy the facilities offered. The fact that the water has been kept pure and clean, and that the price charged for use of the pool has been exceptionally low, accounts for much ot the patronage. Malvern School* Open September 4 for Ye&r*» Work Four Return from Trip Through West Mr. and Mrs. Carl Phelps, Pacific Junction, Mrs. Heber Hlll- yer, Imogene, and their mother, Mrs, Fred Bishop, of Qlenwood, have just returned from a trip through parts of the west into Montana. Going by the northern route up through Yankton and Mitchell, So. Dak., to Rapid City, they stopped for sight seeing through the Black Bills. After spending some time here they, went;on through Sheridan, "' where they visited H. B.' Bishop and family, who live a mile west of Bozeman on a ten acre tract in a valley with mountains on each side of them. Mrs. Hlllyer and Mrs, Bishop spent the full time with this family while Mr. and Mrs, Phelps drove on to Yellowstone Park and spent several days. On Tuesday morning, Aug. 15, they started toward home, coming by a southern route through Buffalo and Egertou, Wyo,, where they have such enormous oil wells, and on into Casper and Cheyenne, Coming through Ogallala, Nebr, they stopped over night with C, R, Hillyer and family. Going from here to Lincoln, Nebr. they stayed over night with a cousin, Mrs, L. I* Wood. Rev. R, E, Gugeler is Invited to Return There was a fine attendance at the fourth quarterly conference of the Malvern Methodist church last Thursday evening. Reports were made to District Superlnten» dent D. J, SUeuton, Council Bluffs who presided, of every depart ment of the church for the past year- These reports showed that the church had advanced despite the depression and spoke well for the excellent work done by tbe pastor, Rev. Roy B. Qugeler, and his excellent wife during their two years stay, The superintendent was direct ed by a vote of the conference to ask that Mr. Qugeler be sent bask to us another year. While tbe finances of tU0 church are at a low ebb aa4 much remains yet to be pa!4, It is booed that it will be beared up by tbe end of the conference year, in September. Mr. Gugeler is o&e of tbe most earnest and cimsecrate4 men we have fy«* ha4 hers* ana he bas Iabwe4 barato. *eep, tblags l»g in tbese str b»» 4»»B » 1004 Masonic Circle Meeting in Tabor August Meeting Monday Evening Well Attended; Good Program The August meeting of the Mills Masonic Circle comprising the lodges at Emerson, Randolph, Silver City, Malvern, Olen- wood, and Tabor, held their August meeting last Monday evening with the Tabor lodge. Although the rain and muddy roads prevented the Silver City and Randolph lodges from coming there was a fine attendance of thirty-five or forty Masons from the other places, with some visitors from Red Oak, Shenan doah and Rlverton. The Emerson lodge exemplified the work of the First Degree with the following officers: H. B. Greenwood, W. M. Frank Oglevie, Senior Warden Charles Vestal, J, W, B. H. Paxson, 8, D. H. C. Hicks, J, D. L. V. Hicks, B. B. Lyle Hixson, J. S. They did the work in One -hap celleWirrceV^'? 5 ' -^^ f ? There were plenty ot critics too, for in addition to Dlstric Lecturer there were Efficiency Men Hiett and Oglevie from thl district, Sell of Shenandoah, aiu Anderson and McCormick of Ret Oak. Following the program of work the Tabor brethren served a dandy luncheon and all enjoyec a visit before starting for home The next meeting will be held in Malvern in September and tli program will be varied a little from the regular. It will also b the time for the annual election of officers. ew Change* in — Normal framing* Vocational Ag Emphasized School will open for the current year on Monday. Sept. 4. A short session will he held to* tiki purpose of enrolling pupils In heir classes and to make assignments tot the following day. It .s assumed that regular classes wilt be conducted on Tuesday, aad the succeeding days. In order to facilitate the completion ot the high school schedule, alt high school pupils are requested to register tor their courses on Saturday morning, Sept. 2. Any pupils who will expect to have irregularities in their schedules should plan to complete their registrations Friday afternoon, Sept. 1. The faculty for the coming year will consist ot the following: F. M. Davison, Malvern, super* Intendent and vocational agriculture. Katherlne Walker, Oskaloosa, high school principal and mathematics. Paul Herts, Malvern, social sciences and athletics. Daisy Schalkle, Redfield, So. Dak., home economics and related sciences, Gladys Riddle, Onawa, normal training and English. Winifred Nervlg, Humboldt, Latin and English. Dale Dyke, Malvern, junior high principal, mathematics, and high school physics. Isa Ann Borene, Malvern, fifth and sixth grades departmentalized with junior high. Georgia Roberts, Malvern, junior high reading, grammar, and penmanship. Edna Hertz, Malvern, fourth grade. Edythe Hossle, Malvern, second grade. Mae Churchill, Malvern, first grade. Very few changes will be made in the curriculum of the high school for next year and the same subjects will be offered with one less teacher, .e v o cation al agriculture Kree^hJels^oiraeBcttlw the shop course ia tbe freshman year, tbe crops course in the sophomore year, and animal husbandry in the junior and senior years. Plans are also being made to cooperate with the state department in establishing a five-year course in normal training. Such a course would provide a richer academic training for the normal training pupils and would provide an extra year in which they would be able to take all of the work in the normal training department In the fifth year. Wheat Producers of Mills County Meet Talk Over Organization Plans; Schedule Series of Meeting* Representatives pf each Jarg wheat growing community in Mills county met at the Commu nity building in Malvern or Wednesday evening, Aug. 18, tc talk over plans for conductini the wheat campaign in Mill county. Lee Nutty, district extension agent, met with this group an explained the wheat situation aud the details of organization. It was decided at this meeting to cqn.4uct a series of educational and organization meetings at the following places: Plattyllle and Glenwood townships; Friday, Aug. 18, at the Bethlehem school at 8 p. m. Anderson township, Saturday, Aug. 191 8t the fieiidersou school at 2 p. m. Peer Creek township, Monday, Aug. $1, it Farmers Union hall at 8 p. m, Lyons end Rawles townships, Tuesday. Au*. 88, at 9 p- ro. Wbite Cloud township, Tuesday, Aug. 82, straban school, at 8 »• Wt IWHftU Creek township, \Vt>d- aes48y. Aug. 83, 044 Fellows baUi Hjmtlnjp, at 9 u. ui. Oak, Jftgrabaw, Dewier, 8 n_4 SUvtr CrMk townships, WtMtttfts- djy, Aug. |8, !».»( Liberty churob at 8 p. w. wmtlttf WtdAMutay MMUU* w«*« It* ArwWrwMf, p, w Karr, R. c»i'rfc< tt, t».* HI WUfti ..t Thieves Broke Into Mnlvern Fruit & Grocery Burglars broke into Max Frank's Fruit and Grocery store some time Sunday night but did not secure a great deal. They pried off the bars from the window o« the north side of the rear of the store and then crashed in the window. It seemed to be cash they were after, as they pried open the cash register and took what change they could find, it was mostly .«mall change — nickles and dimes amounting to two or three dollars -^ for Mr, Frank does not make a practice of leaving much money around. The merchandise did not seem to have been molested. It may have been local talent. Malvern Girl, Boy Win CUMgo Trip Florence Swoboda and Donald Huey, Omaha Bee-News agents iu Malvern, were among the fortu* nate ones to earn a' free trip to Chicago to the Century of Prog' ress Exposition. They ret«rae4 Saturday morning a,n4 they sure had a good time. There were eighteen In the crowd and Florence was tbe only girl. Kemieth Aubrey a»d Blob' ard Stowe of Qleiiwood were tbe o«ly others from Mills couuty to earn the trip. They left Qmabft by bus Mou* day, ttceampajUad by §. Q. £9^ ton of tbe Bee-News force who h»4 cbarie 04 tbe party and be «p to u tut all Una § ceed tin* ana ««w t i 0 t O f »b» bit l»<*»Wttu iu lh» we»Vs time a> Usf ?b*jr W*r» »U qu*rlw«4 itt tbs i§m§ botel wbw» tb»r» wtr* aib*r 4»iw»iiowt of lu uu »t 4t WU ut«« »»» « im\

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