The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on September 7, 1933 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, September 7, 1933
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f ttfe MALVfeftft LfeAEfeft, M ALVfeaK, tOWA, SJPfEMitft f t tSSS PAGEFtVt Mft. lart Hertt gave & patty last Wednesday honoring fter Km, Clayton. fifteen tfcyt spent the afternoon with htm, and had a gtoriotts tfffte playing games on the lawn. eSeertftg gamfeg that toys hi* af« parttenlarly enjoy, Mrs. ttetti etteftalned the tots royally. After the plat she served them gettefong helpings of ice cream and cookies. Entertains tot ItM Mrs. Btrayer Snminerg ot Stra- ban entertained at a beantitaiiy appointed 7 o'clock dinner Sat* nrday evening in honor of her son, Pell* t)., who has recently returned from a summer in the west, The centerpiece was a cut glass bowl with red roses and lighted yellow candles, carrying out the antnmn colors ot the flowers In dining and living room, A three course chicken dinner was served After dinner games, visiting, and the description of the sketches and colored photographs of the mural paintings Felix hat done this year made the evening seem all too brief, Steven college and old time school friends enjoyed this hog" pltallty. Mr. and Mrs, 3. P. Btinard Entertain At Sunday Dinner Mr, and Mrs. J, F. Btinard entertained a group of Davis relatives at the home of Mrs. Btln- ard's father, M. t, Davis, Sunday at 1 o'clock with a two course fried chicken dinner. Borne of the guests could not attend the an* nual picnic in August and this was a "second reunion" for all present. The afternoon was pleasantly spent visiting and listening to thrilling adventures ot pioneer days. Kodak pictures were also taken to commemorate the day, Those enjoying the courtesy were M, T, Davis, Mr. and Mrs. George Qaiton and Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. C. F, Davis and Marticia, and Mr, and Mrs. Stinard, Charles and Mary Margaret. Mrs. 8. Master* -, Celebrates Birthday Yesterday was tbe birthday an- nversary of our good friend, Mrs. Samuel Masters, in this city, but not the day she celebrated. Her children, who annually make this an event, could not all come that day, so they came Monday « evening and brought along the ''makin's" of a big din ,n«?jKhtJMjtbw< preceded to 'W Phone the Leader is anilous to get new* of MA* the social affairs of Malvern and surrounding countryside, tf you give a dlnnef for friends, or a par- it, or any social function please phone loo and tell us of it. We win appreciate it vert much. Please phone as soon after the event as possible. Thank tout Fletchet* Entertain Gnwts Over Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Felling and Mrs. L. M. Byers drove up from St. Joseph, Mo. Sunday and visited until Monday afternoon in the John Fletcher borne. The former are cousins ancfthe latter an aunt of Mrs. Fletcher, and she had not seen them for thirty-two years. Other guests in, the Fletcher home for dinner Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fletcher ot Omaha, Mrs. Katherlne Beck of Rock Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. 8, W. Byeri and daughters, Rose and Roena, of Shenandoah. Honor* Mrs. Aistrone with Luncheon Honoring Mrs. Marie Aistrope who left Tuesday for Omaha, Mrs. Verne McCord entertained a dozen women at a 1:30 luncheon Monday at the Malvern Tea Room, Following the luncheon the guesti went to the McCord borne where they spent the aft ernoon playing bridge, Hazel Cox Weds Donald Robbins Miss Hazel Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cox ot Malvern, became the bride of Donald Robbins, son ot Mr, and Mrs F. A. Robbins of near Hastings Sunday at a pretty home wedding. Tbe ceremony was performed at 2:30 o'clock by the Rev. L. R Bobbitt, pastor of the Baptist cburcb. Attended by Mrs, Evan Swain and Charles Cox, sister and brother,of the bride, the,couple an Staff The Airman Lsdts at the World's Fair t*p*ti*ftc* of At the Hftfvertt tehools opened Msfr inorniBg, flte he* tefcefc* ets Were Included in tfc* of 1 8 intftters. Welt known ttett Mfthremf»ns are thote tii frete i**t year »nrf i»rffW-> butty. fie* are: Miss Mae Ctrerefc- 111, first grade; Mfg. Ectylhe tto*- *le, Second grade; Miet Idftfc Heft*, fourth grade; Miss tsa Botene And Mrs. Georgia ttobefts, Jnnlof high; Paul MefU, ctties, indnrtriat and U. 8. history, physical training and athletics; Miss Daisy SchalXie ot Redfield, 6. D., hotte economics, general fidence, biology; Miss Kathetl&e Walkef Of Oskaloosa, high school principal And mathematics. tit addition to these the new members of the faculty And their experience and qualifications are: F. M. Davison, superintendent. Graduated froth towa State <sot» lege with a B. of S. degree in agriculture, Taught agriculture and manual training at Dow*, la. two years and was superintendent of the Siout Rapids schools for eight years. In July, 1933, he was Awarded the degree of Matter of Arts In education at the University of Iowa. Mr. Davison wilt teach alt of the branches in the vocational agriculture depart" ment. Winifred Nervlg. ttumboldt, received a B. A. degree front Carlton college at Northfleld, Minn., with a major in foreign language and a minor in English. she baa had considerable experience in her chosen Held and baa assisted with such work as physical education, music, dramatics, and class plays. Miaa Ner- vlg will teach Latin, American literature and English literature. Gladys Riddle, Onawa, received a B. A. degree from Morn* ingside college at Sioux City and has done considerable graduate work at Iowa University. Her major work at Morningslde consisted of education, speech, and English. Miss Riddle has had experience in such school systems as Hartley, Toledo, and Webster City, She will teacb the normal training subjects, English I, English II, and will probably have charge of the girl reserves. Dale Dyke, Malvern, received a B. A. degree from the Nebraska Teachers' college at Peru at tbe close of the present summer school session with a major The beauty ot nun-nude Northerly UUnd and Hdrth Lagoon of A Century of Progmi—the Chicago World's P«ir-»Undi out in this airplane *i«w which was snapped far above the 62**loot Sky Rid* towws whlth are ibowa la the back* ffii r W»i~rff i'v" " iV»- i * "'•*» , .._.,. «ame;were'her sons, Georg? "apO. wife of Qlenwood and Robert ' of Lincoln, her granddaughter, Ailene Masters, and her , friend, Ed Huffaker, ot Omaha,; and Mrs. W, D, Shepard of Hastings. Waubonsie Picnic Honors Rachel Wilson For the pleasure of Miss Rachel Wilson, who is a guest of Malvern friends, Dr. and Mrs. J. 0, Laird, Mrs, Mary Roth, Mr. and Mrs, W, P, Wortman, Misses Helen and Jessie Wortman, Allen Wortman, and Miss Wilson drove to Waubonsie park Sunday afternoon and enjoyed a picnic dinner, Dale Kline Party Mrs, Dale Kline and Pr. John Kline staged .ft very successful surprise for Dale Kline Monday evening honoring Ws birthday. It was In tbe nature of & stsg party and the plans were so well laid and carried out that the surprise was very cojnnjete. Tbe evening was spent playing pinochle , aitej whloh refresh* meats ofj loe, organ, cake, and coffee wfere served, Those present were: H. Fickei, Yerjv Punn, Ralph 8le, WiltoJB CbanjberlftlB, Qll hert Oood, Woyd tendis, Austin the Wedding MarchTby- Wagner. Miss Bernice Caudell sang "Oh Promise Me," The bride was prettily gowned In a wine colored suit and carried a spray of asters, Immediately following the wedding refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Guests at tbe wedding were F. A. Robbins and family, Mrs, Eva Van Ausdale, and Ralph Robbins of Hastings, Joe Robbins of Los Angeles, Calif,, Gene Robbins of Courtland, Nebr., Mrs. Amy Jones of Grand Island, Nebr,, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cox of Lincoln, Nebr., Ralph Cox and family of Glenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Swain of Tabor, Mrs. John Bacon, Mrs. Walter Bedding, and Miss Bernice Caudell. Mr. and Mrs, Robbins bare already started housekeeping in an apartment above the Clem Drug store. On Monday evening tbey were given a charivari by a large group of their friends. Bass, M4 Rau4a»» BUne, gwftte. »Y&rBe Crook, Mr, «n4 pale ganders aa4 Bay Walker e science field and in tbe teaching of cation.:-Mr, Dyke will hold the position of junior high principal and will teacb physics in high school. Josephine Conboy, Plttsfleld, 111., received a Bachelor of Music degree from Illinois Wesleyan college at Bloomington, III, She also holds a diploma In public school music and a special certificate in voice. She has taught music in Mason City, III., Boscobel, Wis., Nortbwood, la., and West Point, Nebr, Miss Conboy will teach all of the music in tbe grades and will conduct the glee clubs and orchestra. All high school pupils should bear in mind the fact that they should complete their registra* tions before Saturday noon. School sessions will begin promptly at 9 o'clock on Monday morning, Announcements jn regard to extra-curricular programs will be made at a later date, Celebration Honors Champions of State Mill* County Young People Welcomed Back from Fair Malernlans payed homage to its big list of state champions and state fair winners Saturday night when a short celebration was had commemorating tbe honors the young people had brought to this county. Loading the guests on the fire truck and into new Fords, Chevrolets and Plymouths furnished by local dealers, Community club members paraded through Main street and about the community. As the parade halted In tbe midst ot the Saturday night crowd a short program of music and talks was given, President R, W. Salyers ot the Community club presided while Mayor D. E. Wbitfield welcomed the young, people back from the - ' — ' "'•"•— " Hatcher PUyers Here for Three Pay Run Sept, 11 Hatcher Players, one ot tbe best known stock companies tray eling these parts, will be in Mal AMONG THE SOUVENIRS aocom plisbments ot tbe guests and Introduced the champions. Secretary Frank N, Bummers of tbe Mills County Fair gave a short commendatory talk and Ira Turner ot Indian Creek township told of tbe value ot such work to future farming, Mrs, Roy Donner, coach of the winning clothing demonstration team, told of its work at and pre Relive, Days of Wild West Charles Wortz was very <§> rode the range between the much astonished Sunday morning as he answered his door bell and discovered his old friend, Theodore Klpp, ot Herman, Nebr. Although neither had seen the other for 64 years each recognized his friend at a glance. Mr. Kipp, who Is 91 years old, well remembers the days of the past when the land was young and he and Mr. WorU Black Hills and Mussel Shell in Montana. The trlends greatly enjoyed talking over their experiences of that time and how they tramped, starved, froze, and drank alkali water together on the western range. Knowing the old west at its most romantic period, both Mr, Wortz and Mr. Klpp are well versed In the lore of the time. ceding tbe fair, president of the as many Mills cquntlans tend the 1988 vern for a three day rua starting attended the 0. S. i\JS4ay of Mr. A&4 Mrs. Biuffs, Mr, «{ pierson and Monday, They w}ll show Jn. their own teat, Well patronised & their prevl* ous showings here, the company carries a fairly large personnel an,d includes some actors and comedians which many patrons will renienaber. They announce entirely new repertoire? for their showings this year. World's Fair as show, it will Battleships na,m,ed for be a big success. Is addition to these who bave kept souvenirs of Columbian Exposition were published previously, tbe following asve: Mrs- Harvey s^jnniiira has a stained glass wug, brought from the fair by Mrs, Nancy Summers to her son, Harvey, It i» of 4l8« as tbe name states of tbe union, cruisers ate after cities, and destroyers iu feoftoj? of naval ha- tincttve engraved on it, When Mrs.. QharieB Wort*, Miss MstUe Pyswft At tbe time, attended the f a, ir»hJ»' brought bask a neatly e»»rave4 liftjft tumbler to each of the pujtUi of her rural KUee showed 0 wests for the occasion were: Mr, 6aa Mr». Roy Plank, Ruth 1449* «! Sftutw, Wash.; fflwrte* Blwkhurnj Mr, «oa Mrs. cam* BUtte, Local Power Company Accept* Nat'l NRA Code Acceptance of the NRA code for electric, gas and ice companies was announced Saturday by the Iowa-Nebraska Light and Power company, at an estimated annual cost to tbe company of $80,000,00, B, will become e(fec« tive*immediately. The code provides for a forty hour week in the service, merchandising and accounting departments and a forty-eight hour week in plants, with a minimum wage of $14 per week In towns over 2600-population and $12'in towns under 2500 population. Minimum hourly wages for employes working on this basis are forty cents. Tbe $80,000.00 figure was based on a 42 hour week in plants. This figure will be somewhat reduced in view of the 48 hour plant week- finally adopted. V. B, O'Malley, Red Oak, district manager for the company, stated that both gas and electric operations would be affected. While definite figures are not available, Mr, O'Malley said that a considerable portion of the increased expense, resulting from acceptance of tbe code will be occasioned by operations in the Red Oak district, Tbe code will,provide for full- time work for many employes formerly on a park-time basis and will also mean tbe re-employment of a number temporarily off the company's payroll, due to lack of work. Mr. O'Malley stated that operating expense increased by the code would be further increased because of payment l>y the company of the three p«r sent federal tax on its gross electric collections, formerly paid by tbe Mr, ft»d Mrs. Fred Cook and j customer. daughters, Edna. Dorothy, and I "This tax, under law passed by Dolores, attended a family re-' union, pi A submarine can dive from the surface of the water and submerge to a depth of fifty feet in sixty seconds. Henry Buch, Wills county Farm Bureau extended congratulations and greetings In a characteristic talk, On the fire truck rode Marjorie Mrs. Donner, Conner, Dudley Conner, Mary Elizabeth Summers and Marian Bentou. In the cars were other 4-H club members who had competed at the state fair. In announcing the winners Satur4ay night one of the most important county champions was missed, Bernice Sohoening, the county gJrl health champion. Her score in the county contest was 98.85 and she scored approximately 98 Jn tbe state contest. There were 87 girls enrolled in tbe state contest. Cook* Attend Family Reunion Near Tabor Blackburn family at the home of Mrs, parents, Mr, and Mrs. .. , Blackburn, four miles southwest of Tabor, The occasion was in honor of her sister, Lula. Sunday Cook's tbe last congress, is trausfej-ed to and paid by the company, starting Sept. 1," said Mr, Q'Malley, "Over the company's properties in iowa, Nebraska, and MIST sourl this addtiona) tax, payable to tbe federal government, will an4 fa»Uy of Santos, \VaaU. j approximate $85,000.00 be eaid, cafeteria dinners were served style, with an fcbun- dance of fried chicken, salads, ice cream, cake. The company that it would expressed hope experience •creased revenues sufficient to absorb the increase In operating expenses due to the cade an4 this tax so that consideration of increased rates would »e unnecessary. He tfttd bU (jowgany will srfeoj* hj&rtj41y with lu Kg etforts MWtt .IMHTWIW^ The fellow who used to be ou ot a job and broke because h always got things twisted is now earning a good living making pretzels.- "•" ,1." '„'. \.A.. LL, ' Reunion-Picnic Amraal Affair Held at Gfettiftls Last Sunday; Si*f?-ti* Pfe**nt The annaat Brown-Nelson, te- nlon and ptenfc, including dfr- eendants and friends of these amities, was held at tha Mills •ounty Fair ground* last finndat nd was largely attended. The day was Ideal, the place f meeting pleasant, and the rowd congenial so with the big Inner provided there was evefy- hlnft needed for a happy day. Sixty-six were present to enjoy he festivities, which Included a picnic dinner out under the rees at noon and visiting and amea In the afternoon. Those present were: Mrs. N. j. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson. Edith, Elizabeth, Alfred, Donald. Frederick, Ruth, ind Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Victor •ielson, Lyle, Reglna, and Darrell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown, Darlene and Delno; Mr. and Mrs. Emit Carlson, Bernice, Helen riae, and Max, Mr. and Mrs. ?r!tz Sandalt, Mr. and Mrs. Emit itanson, and Barbara, all of Essex j Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brown, Vfr. and Mrs, Clarence Brown, Gwendolyn, Harriet, Jane, and L>ynn of Shenandoah; Mr, and Mrs. Robert Llndberg and Vivian ot Red Oak; Mrs. Ernest Herold and Kathryn ot Orant. Mrs. Paul Edwardson and Ann Louise, Mr. and Mrs. Harl Hawkins, Betty, Mary Jane, and Junior, ot Omaha; Mr. and Mrs, Edwin Nelson and Beulah ot York* town; Mrs. Ruth McNamara ot Chicago; Mrs. Sophia Borene, Fred Borene, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chamberlain, Virginia Dell, Twyla Fern, Velma Jean, and Blva Evonne, Mr. and Mrs. Oalen Boles, Max, Dorothy, and Lee of Malvern. Next year's reunion will be held the last Sunday In August at the Paul Edwardson home In Omaha. A. J. Darnolds Attend Golden Wedding of Brother A. J. Darnold and family, with E. C. Klncald to take them, drove over to Villlsca last Sunday where they attended tbe golden wedding anniversary ot his brother, W. J. Darnold, and wife of that city. It was a great occasion and more than one hundred relatives and friends gathered to dolthem honor, , < SAVE - SAVE L Groceries, Fruits at J Wholesale Prices 1 Malvern Fruit Co SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FLOUR HONEST ABE . . 40 pound <f j sack ,.,..,•. 1 »' COOCHE'S BEST 49 pound <f ^Q sack „„„„- I • f «7 . . , . MACARONI or SPAGHETTI. 3 ib». —25c Fig Bars or Ginger Snaps, 3 lb«. —2Sc Kellogg'* CORN Hogg's U 'LAKES, 2 for _19c Tail Cans MILK, 3 for - 19c FRUIT JARS, complete, quarts at per dozen * 75C FRUIT JARS, pints, complete, at per dozen * ($0 Quart Fruit Jars without covers or rubbers, doz, 4 f G JAR RUBBERS, 7 dozen for ........ J|« JAR COVERS, dozen for . . • . • '**_M C ORDERS, $1 OR MORE DELIVERED IN CITY FREE POTATOES L j»k L --89c POTATOES, Ibt. ---.------10C SUGAR. 101b». »S3c PEACHES doz. — iSe EGGS IN TRADE per dozen * » 12c Pure Blk. Pepper, per can 7Vgc CERTO. per bottle 2Bc .WE SELL RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRIOIS. t» Sc TEA, Gun Powder of Janan. ID. 2ae mumm £H$I$» fe IHe 4T a PURE LARD, 41U 8

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