The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on August 31, 1933 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1933
Page 8
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SIR AH AN Open September 4? New Man at Heft Beit Co*<m t« Stti»*rh*t*»d School* tot Cotaftig Yeaf The Strahan Consondated 8 chools open next Monday Sept. 4, with a new man nt the helm. Mr Ben Coson. who succeeds w. •m ' Mni«herry. for the past Twelve ylar "a" the head and now in charge of the Randolph schools. Supt. and Mrs.. Coxon moved in and are and getting nrns the part week Mrt. jesse Wilson and Mrs. Ed Nage hare entertained a number of honoring their gnests from evening Mr and Kansas City. On Tuesday Mf9 . Wilson * agels. Arthur and loyd Angus, and 3ralnerd. Wednesday Mr. with the people and his job Heh mde a .£*• impression upon t h ose who hare met htm and we are looking forward to a fine school year with the past high stand- School will open Monday with to make some church. Most ottering of the Mrs. S&ai&sss Sunday and Mrs •r ^uUfevirrihe sr HLrS' "rlmu, KSi 2S ^a M Charl d o«e "coU. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. James Mullen. Mrs. Frank Steele, and S. M and taratty were Sunday lit tni home Cunningham, pastot. Ben Coxon, Walter EBRers. principal, ath lotlcs and science. Lola Buchanan, commercial English, and music. i Evelyn Sheldon, home eco- n °Slu McRae, seventh and and fifth 81 mnTa^Kochersperger, and fourth grades. Ilia Knott, first and second third Mr. and Mrs. eerg'avTa dinner to Mr. and Wlson. Mrs. ElUaChinn Frank Hilton, Lloyd and David ( Angus Mr and Mrs. James Mullen anc Junior. Mrs. Susie Mullen and grandson, Lee Newert. Mrs Ed Kagel and Dorothy, Mr and Mrs. Jesse Wilson Mrs Mullen and son, and MUs Vera Pollltt spent Friday In Omaha. Mr and Mrs. Hobt. Shaul and Mr anS Mrs. O. E. Weatherly o Council Bluffs returned last Frl day from a trip through the OKirk mountains. They visited rnedC^o^ where they stopped and visited the capltol building. oi Walters ,wef» " of kl. Itid Mrt. MotH« A new course of study has heen added to the curriculum and typewriters have been purchased BO that two years of commercial work may be given including ehorthand. typewriting, and business methods. Mr and Mrt. Chas. Kayton entertained at dinner Sunday the following guests: Mr. and Mrt. Howard Kayton. Mr. and Mrt, Bert Walt*, Mr. and Mrs. Gra ham Waltz and daughter, Jtta- nf™ Mr and Mrs. Melville Dag gett! Miss McQueen ot Northboro Miss Margaret Shaw of fted Oak Horace and David Waltz and Er nest Carley. Mr and Mrt, Dan Eggart o ShSldan? Wyo. and Mr andi Mr*. Francis Eggart and their son and daughter of Wdge Grass, Mont, came Sunday for a two day visit with Mrs. Dan Bggart's brother, Rev. Cunningham, and family. Rev and Mrs. Cunningham and daughters, Thora and aiovanna, attended a home coming service at the church In Bridgewater last Sunday where Mrs. Cunningham and Thora assisted In the program. They then spent a few days with their parents at Orient and Mount Ayr and in their daughter's home at B««<> rndn Junior who had been working on the farm for the summer return Ahgns I-aif and fro« ttfl they r^&eTuW -WMJJ pouury lodging te»ffl. Highest wore of th« -winning teato i 1S-96 and ear girls' scofe was While catting hedge last Mon day IrfJttl* DSOase had the mis fortune to eat-the back of hi CafflB f * lunj »w» •• -~ at the Cunningham home. Wll o m* tnffted , firefetf ftt»tt a tlslt td the the Omaha jit the Oma- twirier. in """••"I""'" J^L., tatt hans poised out tut *«*«*, W* were mot* fortunate 1ft trtllttlftg ' A«B«RAC?1» bf the and tow* low*. mr. »nu MfB. LeO '"•~r-— , of Onttkha and Mr, and Mr*. J. W. Matfieid oi ** * ^ "" ** of uu& w* *D8 »»*•«—*- •— e*pe«tth*gatt«Wfeft did »e» *»*«••*•"" -—• went with Mr, and Mr*. Alfred Cllte* and little daughter, Peggy, of Hasting*. Mrt. IZenO fiftss, Ear^I and Anna Rose, and Mrs. Frank Johnson returned Saturday from a week* trip. The former visited her children, Supt. and Mrs. Walter Roberts, at Troy and the latter with her son and wife, Mr. and Mrt. Carl Johnson, at Seymour. Mrs. Bass and children and Mr. ahd _•.» • .* j ^ *«« ** tn^ day to see thrtf father, tin, *ho suffered • ,stroke Mine time ago. MM tion remains about the * Mr. and Mr*. Oscar and children, Mr. and Mrt. r .-~Jones and baby, and Mr. and Mrt Andy Fleming were dinner guest* Snnday in Ihtifcott* of Mr. and Mrt. Donald Wetting. Mrt. Carl Salmons of Red Oakj ha* been here th«i part week as- slstlng in the care of; her father, Scott Irvin. j. After visiting relative* and friend* in thi* viclntt?,,.two week* ago Virgil and LeRoy 1 Wllliatt* returned to ChlUlcothe, Mo., taking with them Ruth and Doretta Bryan. The girl* had a mo»t enjoyable visit at Chillicothe and Wheeling for a week, then the * Meat Mattel, s not difficult to de as the ra ,, wai heavy with the M* moisture and navlgatlbfi dlfff- Hoover and SSandert Made the Malvera battery. ^ Pidffogt Schedule of kittenbalt games thurtday, Aug. 81, Booster* v*. Friday j Sept. i, Plymouth* vs. 01 Sept. 4, Oldster* vs. Young- yonf dead One bog «p1»e sale *t all U»ea. Wa«t«d—.Dressmaking, altering of mending, PflcW Maf***, able. —Ida Ireland, Won* lit*" f, allu vu»*u» c»» »"— Mrs. Roberts enjoyed a trip together to the Century of Progress Exposition In Chicago and an over-night visit enroute home with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hodoval ^Mr. 1 and Mrt. Frank Hillyer, Mr. and Mr*. Harry Conrad, Mr*. E. O. Wederqvlst and baby, and Mrs. Herbert Johnson were In Shenandoah Saturday. ee , boy* brought them back a§ far as Mercer, Mo. After vlBltlng relatives there a short time the TIRE PRICES as relatives there a short tin., ,—girls suddenly decided it would be great sport to hitch-hike home which was quite against everyone's wishes. However they went to Mercer Wednesday morning and mailed their clothes' home, and Immediately started on their Journey. Leaving Mercer at 6t30 a. m. they reached home at 6:60 that evening. In thl* distance ot over 160 miles the girls tried out nineteen different car* and claim Mrs. Parker'* 1* a* good a* any of them even though *he overtook them on their last tulle They found thl* a very cheap wa; to travel. At least a dosen told them It pays to keep clean whll hitch-hiking and they thought U * j.,.4^ ^ Sept. 6, BooBter* Y*. Ollert. Oilers. Firemen End Tilt a» Ball U Lost Often tnomentou* event* turn on minor Influence. Monday evening, after the Oiler* had run up an 8 to 6 lead over th» Firemen klttenball team, .victory wa snatched from their hands by a ost ball. The two teams had battled but five Inning* when dtt*k, with customary poetic beauty, stole silently acrow the ball diamond. , . . When a Firemen batter *ocked Ton Shaw — Wftno Leaf* orders with Collins Drag, Malvern. or !*lert'* Dm rtdM, Hastings. 85U * Hauling — Cob* or other --_ niodltle*. —A. J. Darnold, MaV yetn. 6-6.. CATTLE For Bale—Good purebred two year old white Shorthorn bull. •— Floyd Rhoades, Malvern. «•«. out a long fly the fielder neither saw nor beard the ball. In the Interim until it wa* located three Firemen trotted across the plate to'even the score. Bo the game was promptly called. SHEEP For gale—Registered Shropshire Buck sheep, two years old, — B. B. McFall, Maltern, Phone 181-F31, 7U ' SEEDS AND FEEDS For Bale—Seed rye at V6c bushel.—H. F. Clark, Malvern. 7-8. White Castle Team PefeaU Malvern Down from Omaha with many of the municipal unlvaralty .»th letes last Friday arternopn ' MACHINERY ~~~Vw Bale—Walll* 16-80 tractor,-This tractor Is nearly new and Is priced right. —Art Buch, Glenwood. •^ ' MASTERP4ECE " COHSTWCTIOH , /E will sell you Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires at today's low prices as long as our stock lasts. Don't risk the danger of tire trouble or possible blowouts on your !«bor Day top with smooth worn tires. We will pay you for the unsafe, dangerous mileage remaining in your tires to apply on_a new set of Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires, the safest tires in the world, With new Firestone Tires on your car you can drto, anywhere, at any time with the assurance that the sstra instruction features of •-•••-*• • -- and Two Extra the Tread giv* you gqfety and blowout protectton iSm can be fowd in any other tire* Drive in today* JSS^be iS?^^jS it will cost to trade the danger of blowouts fo* the .safely w Firestone Tires. a gives you 58% lection against blowouts. ^in •irsmssmmrrs LINES o TI K t S loads ot fun. LOCAL SPORTS S«t Back with too much-while B6T|Bu.rcey ed for Malvern,--^ Long have spectators and ers ot the klttenball league BATTERIES -^•- , ball teams battled^Thursday e sought the defeat of the league , 8ft per IP. «" Mrt.' 8. Masters, leading All Start ten, Up until last Tuesday the team's record was flawless and even Tuesday they suffered nothing more than a tie game, Friday evening an *lr of. , tant excitement penraded the kH- $ tenball -diamond, Popwters well knew that the AU.Jt were under the strain a , when they finished with a 9 to 8-Jead. W«h some^f their power . j * JP Ur umn "ww 1 %f vy**r**^ ^ *'" r Fred Pickersbacb, Phone f*f |MH»MtPt| T*-r-*! -r *i f*--"- ~tt* - -', the entire Plymouth battery. SPARK tars were *wt of tbsi the bottom . The tttt playing siesaly commencing oa %. «Lr- -- s ' > 3t,^W-«at a - 1 - ^-'t'ii ! IHSSSi 1-W.TTr »it«««l5 Holiday Trip *

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