The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 24, 1933 · Page 4
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tHfe MAiVtim LfeAtffefc, MALVfcftfc, tOWJL AUGUST 24, 1933 Telma Jean Candell had thef Mr. and Mrs. Henry Land and mlsfortnne to fall from her Mey-; small son of Independence. Mo. «e one day last week and sert- s vftited a oonple of hoars Monday onsly injare her left arm. A piece j with the E. D. Rering famRv. of the bone was chipped off the j They were returning to their elbow aad the apper arm crack- home after a few weeks vacation ed. She carries !t ta a sling for! at CHtheral Lake. Minn thepresent and the bicycle pets; Mr and Mrf Harry E BfWB ~ ' , „,.. . i a °d children of Bnrllngton re- OT Hlllsdaie *** f tnrned to their home last week «,..-„ - f * ft * r * »eek's visit In the A. R. i £1 M '• Herriek home. Mrs. Brown waa' .. J* V? Berkhimer and lit-; formerly Goldie Herrfck. tie daughter. Caroline Loatee. ott , _ , . Shelby. N'ebr.. came la last Wed-1 Le * H?rrle * «"»« «n Saturday nesday evening for a few dars!*? 5 '? low * f* 0 " ««* * t1ro *«**»»-_ _ to _ ^ ^ • . ^ visit In the A J Berkhimer * T "* ""un his parents. Mr. and j W. D. McCausland aad son. Del- beme ... , jj^ j^ j^ Herrick. | mont. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thoai- •inrrmT-rn-niini I m i rn --in-- i Mr. and Mrs, Roy Repass of] as and sons. Ralph. Edward, and ..". . ~~~ ~", Barltngton visited Jn the homef Rfchard. of dtfearo. afid Mr. aad S9.069.0e0 children will start I of Mrs. .Velile Stroud the past'Mrs. Harry thomas. Neva aad the annual whool pa- j week. Mrs. Rebecca Logan aad ) Harry Jr. rade la September, j two children of Ashland. Xebr. i Gilbert Good and two sisters How are your child's ! and Mr. aad Mrs. Carl Collier and j of Hambnrg will leave today eyes? Better see L. S.; three children of Council Bluffs M Thursday t f or Chicaro where Robiason. exelaslre Op-; were also w?«k end visitors In j they win attend the Century of , G A» a J roo ^.,«jgJ l L tli ' te - *»g Stroud home. ' Proirress. " 7 ; * m * n """ ' ' "*""""- T " 1 "" l """" nn '-' ni ' "•"'•"' .imnrmnMniiim. » M|ss Mae C jj nrcnm and Mr ,_ Mulholland left Sunday Mrs. joe Wearfa and Mrs. Oftlba %eaffn wet* in town yesterday morning tfotag some shopping, jo* Weatln, whn* stm eon- fined to his bed ajost of the time, is qnite a little Improved and the Je* that has beea bothering him so maeh seems now to be healing slowly bat ia a very manner. Miss Ida Ireland retimed home Monday from a ftve weeks visit at STjetbyviHe, Mo. In the home of her sister, Mrs. Albert Bennett. Mrs. Margaret Mndd left Tuesday for her home in Kansas City after a several weeks visit here | with her sister. Miss Marion f Black. j Mr. and Mrs. W. W. TuBBisoa ': had as their rnests Sunday: Mr. | and Mrs. J. W. trtiiiams and son, Mr. aad Plan Society Horn Event* NEW CCLNT BIGGER VALUES in our Tablet Supplies this year THAN EVER BEFORE Sheaffer Carter Sanford Ink Pencils from Ic to $3.50 Pens from 5c to $8.50 $. C L C/H . 5 Walter .... , ! for Chicago for ten days of sight j >» seeing at the World's Fair. ' Rachel Rabenklng. the four* = f teea year old daqghter of Mr., I and Mrs. Charles Rabeakiar, saf* | jfered a dislocated arm Friday) f while seaffling with playmate*. ! 1 Chas. A. Johasoa. manager of! I the local telephone exchange. Is I I taking a three weeks vaeaUoe S ; and with his faaiily drove to Call- i ; foraia for a visit with friends aad I f relatives. | i Mr. and Mr«. Sam Walker aad I children retoraed the first of tk« »we*k froai Sfeerfdao, Wyo. Mrs, flatter aad the chQdreo bave [beea vfaitlag relatives tkere tor i*«me ttme aad Mr. Walker weat oat a w*«k ago aad Warned with ta«as. L» L» FoTwovthy of Sa« takes the petition «aa or dlatrfbator for the Xa- tSoaaJ ReSaiag eosapaay f; Qv ier» aad Is occ-ijTtag (JM Hlm«i*« ioa^e fa.tl* satta port of tanraL. We ar* gtad! to £rosa ai«kU of Society Amwst » <• asd are la Jff*. W. fa fM* Ben Breeding tne past *««tf pnrchtisM ot the Saryer* Airtd company a new AIHs-Cftalmers pnenmatlc tfred tractor, model W. Tfcl« f» tfc» tractor they *er* demonstratfas at the faff tftat attracted so ataefe attention. Ray Bateman is their field man. Miss Hate! Conner came la the j men ners fa regard to ia* Wgbt Wtlbnr Morrison of waa fn to*« yeatetday _.. ttterviewin« the gervJw fore part of the week from Chf- caeo and win spend the next two weeks at home after which SB* regulations tat oertaf&ing to ti* ofl business. Mr. sad »«. It W. Sipherd j win take ap her duties In the j London! Ontario, eatte 8atard«y Tabor schools where she fs to j tot a eoapte ot week* tWt j teach tie coming year. , t*« latter** parents. Mr. and >fi»s Ethel Rlmel aad »ot4er, I Mr?. Frank Riraei. aad oiece, | Betty Jo Rim-i. of Hoastott. T«L. j were dinner f sests of Mr. sad ' Mr?. Tern Watter rriday eve• sier. . R. Halt Mr. Sfpherd fs a her of the faealty of the sity of Ontario. Sapt. tad Mrs. Ben Coion ot ! Mr. *a4 3ff», {twc. sens r*ewra*el yastwrfe? f a several toys , at Coc Gnat. Mr. iee Sis aaaaal rseattton (not ^ were la Malvera taesday. la hfci testa with the rise Long," y«Bt. CSJf. ascended from a depth of «a<fi9Ter tf« feet. Bay under the siga of the Bl*« E*«Je. Bay now! Cetttfy ot Progress ftr*w*rta. »«*»»« «*«^ «« tfce I tte Sate Fafr data tto RaaMO 8Uo«d b la Darenport.T „ Walter C«rl „ . Donaer ta T . § tie Mix. 1 * r *" Boaate. Mr. aad >********* "^ **** frMB *** aad Mr. aad • Salyet* Aalo compaay. It aake* a alee drrrtag ric. A flae ttgtt ponad «oa wa» to MJ -- Boehaer aad Dovo- l»T aa4 Mra. Verae McCord, l*ad Ratft LomiM retarsed \o« can alwajs depead oa as for qakk aad d«fwad. *W* «er Mr- «d Mr,. J. M. ta lm ta Laos B*a«i with MraJ Boeteefa aaoUer. Mr*. Rat*! *ad acker Srteadsi We extend eoacrataJatioeK. C^Jaer eaaw la S**t for Croat U*r» drove !te»e UT«> aad to look after aatt t*k* city. Tkeylauttwa. Jfr*. Coteer vlattia« relatfrw ta Cotaer aaym that an tearoriac to Sonny Boy Bread e fast a l«iffl«S»id word in Mills and aagr new costomen have bees added aani t&«e atfc helping as to add SOSWT BOTcnmiae in 2 sixes Oatr JUMBO aa Ifftc i» a s«al buy snd Wlgr The Mc&vem Bakery F. W. Svwboda, Propri«tcr E. o»^ft sf Xcwte* eaai* ta iut w<eek ta v&tt iii «!•- C m£u£*«a tana- *a«t ar Hast- 3f Dolpo, ea A Strong Point for TheiWeek-End . . . Not a News SERVICE ar sacs Jsr« isna* at Ccsaar** « i* fei Fs-sf SturSni a. IAIE f|| Ft HIT TE I Your subscription charge to The Leader does mor« tiian bring you an eight-page newspaper each week. It brings you a complete newsservice for a year. Newsservice means that you will be reliably informed ev«y important news event during Hie yw. It that you will be given news of the activities o| uewswOTOiy importance of your friends and neighbors Too will lie &*m news of the meetings and accom- <rf the offidaJ co!idwt of the Mills County Bo^ of Supervisors. " ,.;—'••" -. i-4 Yoa wfllleam of the tertfas and deaths in MUU couu^ of te pijblic iraprovemejits. of the constructiw w\ci uu« events. Tw ^tt learn rt $& mults ©f «f tt» aetiwities and conduct Q| the scswofe. -. , , , , : Yew wfll learn lie important buying mm U\i\>u^i\ th« " " ' V, •3f"

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