The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on September 7, 1933 · Page 6
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PAGE six fHfe MALVfehN LEADtR, MALVfcRK, fOWA, SJPffeMBtJl f, ifIS HENDERSON Henderson Schools Have Increased Their Enrollment Methodist Ladies Enjejr Tiitt* Mrg. Wilt Frlteher and son ris- ited relatives in Omaha a few days last weeic. [ Mr. a*d Mr*. Clarence fiftfiropf Mrs. Ffofa RofcaerspVrgeir, and son*, Maiffn and George, e*rtr*de NfeLatt, atfd *" called o* hrotfcewi, _______ .... Fred Phetps and family and j bewey aird Wafter, Sunday after- Marian Keast and family ol I noon. Macedonia were Kaests Sunday! Lottie BnUfagtons who have for dinner in the Mrs. A. P. j been visiting lii Kansas returned r Creamer home. Will Conner day afternoon. Joe Allen spent and Thursday wfth eaf!*d o* near Strafean Stffr. Fri- School Opened Monday with S«pt. R. G. Dofjr Again at the Head The Hfiidersrin schools opened last Monday for another year's work with an Increase in enrollment and an enthusiastic romlii- natinn of faculty and pupils that speaks well for a Rood year's work. Supt. Rex O. Dory is aenin at the head of the schools with the same faculty all through A social time was enjoyed at i the M. E. Aid Thursday after! tioon. The members were snp- ; posed to take jruests and over j forty ladies were present. Mrs. j C. M. Workman. Mrs. Kerlin. and I Mrs. Ed Duke all of Shenandoah ( were present and their visit was j greatly enjoyed. There were ! beautiful quilts on display. A very pleasant afternoon was j spent in visiting after which a j dainty lunch was served. Festival Queen •were here last year and everything seems In pood working order. The enrollment was as follows: Hlph school 00 Seventh and eighth grades 2S Fifth and sixth grades 33 Third and fourth grades 32 First and second grades 31 Miss Ruse and Miss Artist, former teachers in our school, vis- that J ited friends here the first of thej week. Miss Winifred Cook and girl friend of Buffalo, N. V. visited her aunt. Mrs. T. D. Phillips, and family one day last week. Miss Cook teaches In Buffalo. They camp through by automobile. Loralne Daugherty and aunt who have been visiting relatives here left several days ago for their home in Long Beach, Calif. Mrs. Elmo Daugherty of Clarinda went hack with them. William Creamer and girl: friend, Bernice Roberts, came in the last of the week for a week- enriched by a program rendered end visit with his grandmother, by Ouy Martin's little symphonic .< Mrs. A. P. Creamer, and other! orchestra. This is one of the out-! relatives. j standing Juvenile orchestras of western Iowa. They have played Total __1S< Christian Church Note* The service at the Christian church next Sunday night will be Wednesday hi* cousin, i to their home satorday evening. | Keith Gamble, in Shenandoah. Irmen Tando attending church i Mr. and Mrs. R. f). Bre.es services in Red Oak Sunday i children of Stanton called on Al- where he visited friends. j fred Coopers Sunday. Mel Berrlmans were in Red j Wanda KoeheT&pwger a ft d Georfda Hfttfteld attended Christian Endeavor in Malvern Sonday evening and a county executive meeting followln* the service. Georgia is onr local president and Wanda Is eonnty preal- Oak a couple of days last helping nis parents move to a new location. Mesdaraes Harriet and Gertrude McLain catted on Ella Bat- lain in Red Oak Wednesday att- ernoon. Lon Hatfields and Mel Berri- mans spent one evening last week in the Albert Streitenberger home where Lon's uncle. Lon Hatfield, and son, Raymond, and their families were guests. The visiting relatives were from Ohio. dent. Blanch MePherson spent the week end with Ella Kellenbarger. Alfred Cooper and R. E. Brees ot Stanton attended a sate In Corning Monday. Wilma and Florence Cooper stayed with Mrs. Brees while the men were gone. EMERSON Harry Heberiee of Red Oak, I visited the Beevls Sowers home ' on several big programs and we I Friday evening, are expecting a real treat. The I Herbert Tlgg and wife of Mln- service will begin at 7:30. burn were guests Thursday in the The slides will be on the life and work of the opostle Paul, Harry Daugherty and Wilburn Houser homes. the outstanding character of the! Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Slmmonds New Testament ministry. j went to Hancock Sunday where Before this goes to print the' Mr. Sfmmonda will teach again winter's fuel will have been laid in for the church and parsonage. Thanks to Max Benton, who donated the wood, and to the many friends who helped to cut and haul it. The big moment of the day was when we sat at the well prepared dinner by the good women of the church and community. Last Sunday there was a large number at the Christian Endeavor service. The meeting was very interesting and well led by Earl Frltcher. Last Monday evening the Society held a farewell weiner roast In honor of Virginia Harbor and Reign Byers who leave this week tor college. A committee of three from our Society went to Malvern Sunday night to plan and arrange 'the program 'for the county rally to be held here Sept. 29. We are proud to have George Hamlln our state field secretary, to be the main speaker of the evening program. He has recently attended the international convention at Milwaukee and will doubtless have much good advice. Alpha A. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. James Civett and his brother, Will, of Omaha were in town Saturday eve- Visitors nlng. Mr. and Mrs. Beevis Sowers Bad Mrs. Heberiee returned Tuesday evening from their trip to the Chicago World's Other points east, Marion Maxwell, former resl- de»t, now of Lincoln, won first prize at Lincoln on his flower and Vegetable garden. In the contest were over thirty other gardens, A sale was held Saturday afternoon of the household goods of Mrs. Sam Owens, Lloyd Knight has rented the bouse and Mrs. Owens will stay with her children, Mrs. G. c. Goss and Claude Owens. The junior baseball team went to Elliott Saturday afternoon and Jiad a game. They were defeated hut a good time was enjoyed any way. Jess Shank and family visited relatives iu Sheridan several days last week. John Goss and Leslie Aliens- worth were la Omaha Friday. m PAVENPORT D»v cp i»brat«j| HOTEL this fall. Mrs. Dave Jenkins and daughters visited In Shenandoah Tuesday. A. H. and A. J. Harbor had business in Council Bluffs Saturday. Mrs. Perkins returned home Sunday from a two weeks visit with her daughter In Council Bluffs, Miss Mae Paul has returned to New York after a weeks visit in the A. S. Paul home. Mrs. Maud Kindlg and daughter moved Monday into part of the house occupied by the Malcolm Cole family. R, W. Casebolt and family and Merrill Grouse and wife returned the last of the week from the Chicago" World's Fair, Paul Rainbow sang a solo at the services in the M. B. church Sunday evening. Clyde Gravltt and family spent the week end in Carbon visiting his uncle and aunt. Mrs. Blaine- Parker and June Boileau were Council Bluffs visitors Friday, Harold Myers and family who have been living in the Flora Dodds property moved last week Into part ot the bouse occupied by her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Otta Farrington. Mrs. Will Cain and daughter, Hazel, and Mrs. Addle Boileau attended a fair at the Wheeler's Fair and Grove church Friday. Mrs. Boileau was judge in the baby contest. The Christian Ladies' Aid en- tortained the Lone Star Aid Wednesday afternoon In the basement of the church, A short program and games were enjoyed and at the close fruit salad with whipped cream, two kinds of cake, chicken sandwiches, and ice tea were served. Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Boileau of Boyd, Qkla. and Mr. and Mrs. Heester of Logan, Okla. visited Saturday with Mrs, Addle Boileau. They had been to the Chicago World's Fair and were en- route home. Their round trip would be 3,500 miles when they reach home again. r.,^' 8n4 Mrs ' X> A> Imel °* Gllddeu were visitors in town Wednesday afternoon. They had been to Qlenwppd on business and stopped here on their way back, Mrs. A. J. Harbor and children were Council Bluffs visitors (Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Keo Williams who has J been poorly for so long came IB last week and will stay with her sister, Mrs. pearl Mercer, for the uext few weeks. Pave Owens and daughter, Dorothy, and h!« parents spent the week end visiting relative* iu euuteni Iowa, P&ul Phillips ta expected hoove this week from Mission, Texas, where he recently accompanied Mr. »ud Mrs. Sam Phelps who are locutlujj there for the winter in the hope of beusfluiug tUe health ttf Mr. PUeltw waUth hag »oi for game iuautha put, Tfeey Miss Zofka Yovcheff, queen of the Bulgarian day festivities at A Century of Progress—the Chicago World's Pair, She ap- PMTI In her Bulgarian costumt, CHAMPION HILL Francis Parker and Dean Mc- Laln have been on the sick list this week. Archable high school Frazier started to in Bhenandoah this week. He is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Delehant while their daughter, Miss Ida. who teaches at Keystone, traded with Archable and la staying In the Frailer home. Several from Champion Hill started to school In Emerson this week and a few to the Red Oak high school. Marjorie Haldeman entered junior college in Red Oak. The many friends of Ora Douglas are very glad to learn that he is convalescing in his own home having returned from the hospital Saturday. The Cooper young people eu- tertained the young people of ! th« community at a good time party Wednesday n(ght. Games and stunts were the order of the evening and delicious refreshments were served. Roy McLains of Davenport visited from Wednesday till Sunday with his mother, Carrie McLain, in Emerson and with other friends and relatives, it was the first visit the junior member of the family, Paul David, had made to these parts. Although he expressed no opinion we think he was favorably impressed. Claude Rectors were Sunday dinner guests in the J, p. Ungry home. So far as we have learned Hadley Parker will be the only h'igh, school freshman in Emerson from Champion Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Hatfield and children, Georgia, Laurence, and Florence, Mr, and Mrs, Mel Ber»| rtm&n and Norma Lee, and Bar) and Doris Bishojj visited Carl An» i dersons near Wesley Chapel Sun- j day. j Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kellenbar» ger and Jessie visited in the home of their daughter and sister, Madge Parker, Thursday, Ward Cooper spent a couple of days at the state Fair in Des Moines last week. Glen Coopers and Sarah left Saturday for Whea«an4 where tteir school work began Monday. Glen resumes his work as principal while Sarah will be a sophomore. Mr, and Mrs. Ted Straight and daughter, p«rle«e, Harold Kellenbarger went to independence. wo. the last of the week to visit la the Baymond Van Worker home. Harold way stay and ftt* Emerson School* Opened Monday; 80 in High School Fine Attendance and Good Spirit in Opening Session The Emerson schools opened Monday for another year's work with an increased attendance and a One spirit of cooperation among both pupils and faculty, Eighty were enrolled in the high school the first day which is just about a record tor this high school. The grades were also well filled. B. H. Paxson again heads the schools and but little change was made in the teaching force which indicates another excellent school year. The enrollment was as follows: High school _._ 80 Seventh and eighth grades __ 28 Fifth and sixth grades 18 Third and fourth grades . 23 Ftrst and second grades . 33 Total j; „„_, 182 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stahnke of Mesa, Ariz, came Sunday for a few days visit in the home of their parents. Rev. and Mrs. Jo- sition. Jack Evans left Monday for Lexington, Mo. to attend Wentworth Military Academy, He accompanied his uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs. F. F. McArthur, of Oakland and his cousin, Frank, who will also attend Wentworth Military Academy this year. ' Clyde Smith left Monday for Omaha where he will attend Boy lea Business college. R. O. Smith Is recovering nicely from his recent attack of pneumonia. Mrs, £11 Straight left Monday for her home at Mt, Ayr after spending two weeks here with her Ulster, .Mrs. Jennie 'Kellenbarger. Mr, and Mrs. W, H, KnitteU of Sioux City are visiting in the home of their daughter, Mrs. D, 0, Coopage, A. Thorson and Ralph Knight were Omaha business visitors Tuesday, Mrs, Emily Burton and daughters, Blanche and Nellie, were Omaha, visitors Monday, Mrs, Howard Cheney and daughter. Mrs. Wayne Cole, and little sou went to Council B luffs Mopday wbere Mrs, Cole will finish her beauty culture training* Parwin Haseatt returned borne Thursday from » long bitch-hiking trip taking a month. He west first to Portsmouth, y a , to visil relatives. goin$ througb, tfc« southern states. He visited the V, y ft>Jt tend high We shall miss Harold as he has always faithful attendaat at Champion Hill, but we w|sh him w«H \ B T h|* mf faithful elsewhere. Fern Rout speut with her ,£&, Bishop. ** 8. Navy yards at sailed across Qa|sepeajke, Bajr v ifi<s» ited Washington, p, ~ ~ Baltimore, WMUi,^ York Oity, t}»B J*ew states, Niagara j^ Buffalo, petro^ ( ' where he attended of Progress. The Jftdlea pjf £* *»ve a keflijuptoj WrtMNtfNr delicious luncfc y M aeryejj, f Jjere - - », ai church »amd Mn. i*w» y *|i n -... **** Mrs. Vf. H. Holmes was a Red Oak Shopper Tuesday. Fred Stiile was down from Omaha over the week end for a visit with his patents, Ret. and Mrs, Jos. F. Still*. Mr. and Mrs. (J. 6. Kearns of Concordla, Kan. and their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Diede- rlch, and daughter, Zoa, of Oreen- leaf, Kan, visited In the C, E. Lakin home last week. Mrs. Kearns and Mrs, Lakin are sla- ters. Miss Irene Cole of Council Bluffs spent last week with her father. E. E. Cole. Miss Dorothy Kapple returned to her home In Ottumwa Sunday after spending a few days with her friend, June Rice. Horace Cheney returned home Friday evening from Chicago where be attended the Century of Progress Exposition. Miss Nellie Burton spent Tuesday evening in the Sherman Archer home near Red Oak via- itlng Miss Georgia Derby ot Detroit, Mich, Misses Carrie James and Dorothy Pickrel were Olenwood visitors Friday. Mr/and Mrs. H. E. Knight and daughter, Helen, were Shenandoah visitors Friday. I. N. Cheney was an Omaha visitor Friday, William Lamberts, driving the Osterholm car last Thursday about noon collided. with a car driven by Homer Pendergraft of Emerson, H* started?' ! t« i south just as the other 1 car came by and the collision resulted. Neither driver was hurt but the Osterholm car was pretty badly damaged. Mrs, Emily Burton and daughters, Blanche and Nellie, spent Sunday in Plattsmouth, Nehr. In the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Ray Henry, C. W. Hat field is driving a new Chevrolet coach purchased of Thorson Chevrolet company, Mr. and Mrs, R. R, Honeymao and daughter, Helen, returned Saturday trom Torrington, Wyo, where they spent a week with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. C, W. HatfleJd and daughter?, Winnttre4 »"><* Margaret, m,otore4 to Peru, , la. Sunday, Wlnnlfred teach ' la the Peru school this year,' Mrs, B, B. Birdsall and grand' children, Mary Loutee Taylor, Max and Carroll WhlaJer, went to Red Oak jria bus Friday afternoon, Misses, Qrace and Jjeona, Pixpu were o»ah,a. visitor* Thursday. T Miss Marjorje Taylor left Saturday for Charles Oity where abe will teach is 1st schools the ing year, Miss MM? Araeej _,. _ here Sunday from Stsuberry, J*o, where she spent a m,QStli with. t»r, sister, Mrs. unity Burton, ana ana Mrs, SU» Bsd^a «ttsr»8ftB. ft C.' P". KftS»>; ffef. la* --- 1? • TV * Rir&ifcffwBr •** *•*•§ WwBnfpBf Qo* J»»RI •——w**»w *c**uwu •»«* Fatartt* Caufc Stem provfsto**—Fowr ffcnd ,** FaHertotr Laftffrftr C*., JSrovfffoftft— Ptftrt Ftfftd i-i.*..s- ftr. L. A. HofWnffcfteatf, dental frotfc—Pow Fa«« _.i- iA . C. F. HHres, prflvWoS*—Poof Fund ^ ... *.- MAbeT Kfllmon, jStfttt-^Psof Ftrtr« i * * Mrs. M. D. Liavffie, mflk—Poof Fftad -_ i .R. 3. Allen, repair*—Mafntettafte* FtrlWf ... **-* R. M. Bacon, repair*—Maintenasce Fa»d —^*».,— Borer Hardware, repairs—Matnteftafkee Faftd j. — Coppage Oil Co., gasoline—Mai&tenaftce Fund ._*.—, . R. W. caseftolt. repairs—Mafntenafte* Fond ~ R, H Daniel, repairs—Maintenaftee Fond .L..i— A Deep Rock Ofl Cofp., gasoline—Maintenance Faiid . Fnllerton Lumber Co., supplies—Maintenance Fttnd -i»i C. B. & Q. R. R. Co., rent of yard—Maintenance Faad i_ Alfred Hall, repairs—Maintenance Fond 1 —-*-A.*^ O. J. Harris, repairs—Maintenance Fund * , Hayes Hardware Store, repalwr—Maintenance Fund Interstate Machinery Co., repairs—Maintenance Fund *_ IB. Culvert & Pipe Co., culverts-—Maintenance Fflnd Mrs. Fred Lawson, oM sacks—Maintenance Fund i* P. Melcholr ft Son, repairs—Maintenance Fond _* *_* Malvern Cold Storage, gasoline—Maintenance Fund Murphy Bros. Chevrolet Co., repairs—Maintenance Faftd Cliff Miller Tractor Co., fepaifs-'-Malntenanee Fund .*.*._ A. P. Myers, old sacks—Maintenance Fnttd _..-. ._t. Omaha Ante Olass Co., supplies—Maintenance Fund Omaha Steel Works, supplies—Maintenance Fund R. K. Piper, repairs—-Mainteflauce Fund ,_* Salyets Auto Co., repairs—^Maintenance Fuad ..*..*. White Eagle Oil Corp., gasoline—Maintenance Fund Geo. W. Wilson, repaire—Maintenance Fund _«.-..-**«. t>. D. Wheeler, repairs—Maintenance Fund *_^_...i. C. M. Wilton, repairs—Maintenance Fund .._.,. »_.. Wright & WHhelmy Co., supplies—Maifttehattce Fund Omaha Bridge Works, supplies—Construction Fttnd .&..* . 5S.t4 1.06 8.66 6.46 6.80 iS.81 138.14 ,?6 ?.90 129.94 2.f2 6.93 .to 2.Z6 26.00 2,?S 38.90 40.80 8.68 1.98 6.60 12,«0 827,60 -._-, Maintenance Fund, journal vouchers— Construction Fttnd 1,364.76 John A. Brers, damages by dogs— D. Animal Fund (Not ,. ...^ .», J, Arthur Churchman, damages by dogs— D. Animal Fund (Claimed |12.60) Allowed «.*.**.„*.»* _____ »-*-• C. L. Hunt, damages by dogs— D, Animal Fund (Claimed $16.90) Allowed -......<,*«„„*•» -»*-**..J» J .^ fc ... Mrs. Harold McCain, damages by dogs— D. Animal Fund Ed Moore, error In agsessment— Cancellation 18.00 8.00 8,60 10.00 8,00 The petition of Edgar Jackson for a soldier's exemption was approved. The petition of Emma L. Kellogg for the suspension of the current taxes of Lot 1 except the W. 36 ft,, and all ot Lots 2-11-12 in block 67 of the City of Glen wood was approved. RESOLUTION Members of the Mills County Board ot Supervisors present and acting were W. E. Agan, chairman, Guy Breeding, and O. R. Hyde. It being 10:00 o'clock a. m., the time set for A hearing on the exemption of the $15,000 emergency tax from the provisions ot the Realty-Bennett law, exemption of which has been filed with the State Comptroller, and notice of which hearing has been published iu the Glen wood opinion Tribune, the Board of Supervisors now takes this matter up for consideration. There being no objectors present or any objections being on file in the Auditor's office and the Board of Supervisors deeming it to De to the best interest of Mills County that the emergency tax in the amount of $16,000 be exempt-front the provisions of the Beatty- Bennett law, It hereby finds that the $16,000 emergency tax should be exempt and directs the County Auditor to send a copy of its findings to the State Comptroller of Iowa, On the foregoing resolution the Board of Supervisors voted as follows; Ayes, Agan, Breeding and Hyde. Nays, None. Whereupon the resolution was declared carried. Olenwood, Iowa, August 14, 1933. The Board ot Supervisors of the County of Mills, in the State of Iowa, met in regular session pursuant to law, to the rulea ot said Board, and to adjournment. The meeting was called to order by the Chairman and the. roll being called there were Present, W. E, Agan, Chairman, in the chair, and the following named Supervisors: Quy Breeding and 0. R. Hyde. Absent: None. Supervisor Hyde introduced an d read the resolution next herein* after set out an moved its adoption, seconded by Supervisor Breeding, and, after due consideration thereof by the Board, the Chair- man put the question upon tho adoption of said resolution, »nd,,t&« roll bejng called,,,the following name4 g ' - ' ~ l ' lawfully authorize and;i did County, dated January i, 1928" of which"bonds r to"the $3,000 matured May 1, 1933, and --»•» • . ,.tp WHEREAS, This Board of Supervisors of Mills County, Iowa,'did hertofore lawfully authorize and Issue Funding Bonds of said 1 **!* County, dated July 1, 1921 of which bonds to the amount of $10,000 -% mature June l, 1933, and ' ' J .;„. WHEREAS, This Board of Supervisors ot Mills County, Iowa, did heretofore lawfully authorise and Issue Funding Bonds- of said County, dated January 1. 1919, of which bonds to the amount of $5,000 matured May 1, 1983, and ' - \ . * WHEREAS, There are no funds on hand with-which to pay said bonds maturing on May I, 1933 and Jane 1,1933, and it is deemed necessary and advisable to refund said bonds by the issuance of a like amount of Refunding- Bonds of Said County, and WHEREAS, BeforejproceBdlnKa, are instituted for the issuance of such Refunding Bonds, it is necessary that notice* of such pro. posed action be given to the taxpayers of said county. NOW THBRBFpRBI BE IT RE80LVSP, by tb* Bowd of lujw of the County of Mill*, State of Iowa, as follows* SecMon4, Tftgt it i« Jure by, determined that it is necessary for said Bounty to issue its Refunding Bonds to the amount of 118, *?fJ?«£5K?5 8 l«'LC«Q»?#2».» lft« ««w«5t «* F <"«"»g Ponds of i • - , ig«c«OB|, That the Auditor of said county ne and J>« is hereby ordered and directed to pubUeU notice of the proposed action of tW Board t,ta«ttttttft prftC8««i»g« i for the lasuftsce l»f 8oo4t flf MM «ou»ty for the purpose of l Pw^dtoK.B«idf of wunty, P»t«tandi»g since prior to W3, 118,000 Refund', a:||ke Sf to fterrty pf ft* proposed wtlo» of ty of M«ls, »« ?iiFZiV;n,Tr;:*^;f'SS^ilP-Toiill: j**::""! w»«™i t'yjffjfmn^uf^imi, 9* *ii,[yw.f%A w$W& *.-M, m tte, .88tb day of Au«w8t» 1833, »atf tbat an ftnueai , *1 may he takes iotJje Wrpctgraf the B^get Vy fllioK 8 petiUon with \| ^:ftwirjiwwp^;«j«wi^ fiiwir*,

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