The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on September 7, 1933 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, September 7, 1933
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STT* A H A N Strahan School* Opined Monday} Fine Enrollment 183 Being P<*t ate Woffc the S t r a h a n Consolidated school opened Monday for another year's work with Superintendent Ben Coxon In charge and a fine corps of teachers assisting. The first enrollment Is very gratifying and Indicates a great Interest In this section In education. The enrollment for the first days is very good and more are expected. An interesting feature Is that five of the old graduates are back for post graduate work. feeling that they can get still more good education In the home school before going elsewhere. The enrollment Is as follows: High school .............. 62 Grades ........ - ..... ---- n ° Post graduate ---- ------- - » Total - ......... - ...... 183 More school news next week. Birthday Cdebr*ti<m at Mrs. Hartley'* On Sunday a host of relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mrs. Alva Hartley to assist In celebrating Adrls Hartley's birthday. Everyone brought well filled baskets for a fine dinner which was enjoyed by all. The afternoon was spent playing cards and other games and music was furnished by Louis and ttay- mond Achenbach. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Retheford, Robert Pollltt and family, Arch Williams and family, Elmer Collier and .family. Mrs. Sarah Collier, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Retheford, Louise and Philip of Tracy, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Achenbach, Mrs. Louis Achenbach, Sr., and son, Louis, Tom Banslee and family, Miss Louise Hall, Paul, Junior and Robert Hall. P. A. Lewis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith, Mrs. Charlie Smith and daughter, Vivian, and Mrs. Will Hartley, who Is new 77, of near Stanton. S. fr fJ. Clab at Robert ShAttts Mrs. Robert Shanl very graciously entertained the members of the S. H. t). clnb at her home last Friday. All members were present with the exception of two. A delicious lunch of home made ice cream, cake, and ice tea was served to the Rnests. The hostess was assisted In serving by her daughters, Helen and Norma. A very pleasant social time was enjoyed. Ladies' Union Entertained in Church Mrs. E. O. Wederqvlst and Mrs. Flora Young were hostesses to the Ladies' Union which met in regular session at the church last Wednesday afternoon. The afternoon was spent socially, the president. Mrs. Howard Kayton. being unable to attend. Mrs. Cunningham took her place for the time being. Guessing games played a prominent part In the afternoon's entertainment. At the close refreshments of two kinds of cake, apricots with whipped cream, and coffee were served. The next meeting will be held Wednesday. Sept. 13, with Mrs. Frank Steele and Mrs. S. 8. Summers as serving committee. As his will be the last meeting be- ore the annual conference, the lection of officers for the cotn- ng year will be held at this time. Ian to attend if possible. lAlf ttty Miss Vera Hartley, who has been employed in the Bteine home, is spending an enjoyabl vacation with her mother, broth ers and sisters. Her sister, Mrs Gladys Achenbaeh, is filling he place. Mr. • and Mrs; A. P. Barnar and family were Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Danle and children of DeWltt. Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crouse, and Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Churchman were Sunday guests at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Wood Vestal. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crouse returned last Friday from a week's visit In the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. McFarland, at Linnville. Mrs. Flora Young was a guest for several days last week of Mr. 'and Mrs. Harry Conrad. Dale Laughlln and Dallas elites rucked a load of furniture each o Keota for Guy C. Martin last "hursday. They were accompa- iled there by Herbert Johnson, unlor Laughlin, Mac Moore, and lobert Bayes. The boys reached heir destination with everything n fine shape and were given a oyal welcome at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin. Guy also took hem for a visit to a large ranch near Keota where they saw a nne jerd of buffalo* The Martin chll dron, Helen, Dorothy, and Donald, are entering the Keota high school for the coming year. They left for Keota Friday bringing best wishes from Mr. and Mrs Martin to all their old neighbors and friends. Robert Bayes accompanied Miss Jeanette Stewart or Keota as far as Emerson when she is teaching this year. Mis: Stewart last year was a Strahan teacher. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Klmsey, Oliver Achenbach, and Hugh Donaldson of Shenandoah were Sunday dinner guests ot Mr, and Mrs. J. P. Achenbach. Mr. and Mrs. D, H. Wolfe of Turin came Sunday for a visit in he home of their brother, Will Wolfe. Although unable to leave his bed Will enjoyed their visit very much. Other visitors during he day were Mr. and Mrs. Buch ot Glenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Jones and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Geo, F. Salyers, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Glpe, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Woodfill. Mr .and Mrs. Ed Nagel and Mr. and Mrs, Earl Timson and two Champion Speller Pays Visit to World's Fair—Alma Rosch, 12 years old, Akroft, Ohio, has been spending a w«k at A Cen* tury of Progress—the Chicago World's Fair. Altai is shown .1 the mads a radio talk from one ol th* Exposition studios. She won the national spelling championship to W/uhlngton. D. O, this Spring. H1LLSDALE Water Melon Party at Walter Hilton'* Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hilton en- ertalned at a watermelon feed Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Gilbert and daughters, F. E. Howard and Arllne, Clifford Rommel, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Thomas, Mrs. Marion Larison, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howard and Francis Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ruse and family, and Charles Longl- naker. peotf* of ttrft coTOffinirtty were *fr«**d Satafdat eveirfRg to learn that tnerft was «*otfc«r ftrt at the Wm Ltrt* home. tnts tltte the hay barn. Out readers wflt remember that they lost their other barn by fire only the preceding week. the Malrern fire department was summoned and upon profnpt arrival and loyal work saved other buildings. It Is very mysterious that things hare thus occurred and is quit* a heavy loss to Mr. Lot*. Practically all of his hay has now been destroyed. A large group of neighbors and friends went Saturday night and some since to offer any help that might be possible to give. It Is a very regretable affair for all concerned. Church The Scripture this week is Psalms 90 to 104. There are only two more Sundays in this conference year. We ask every member and friend of the church to help what they can at this time. The plan for World Service Is for everyone to give one dollar or more. Come to church next Sunday at 10. Sermon subject, "Marks of the Perfect Life." Church school lesson, "How to be a Friend." This church endeavors to be a spiritual home for all who come. Gilbert Wllhelm and family from near Treynor were Sunday visitors at the Chas. Wllhelm home. Miss Hatel Owens was a guest Wednesday night and Thursday t the home of Frank DuVal and amily. —p-^ ibB^SJr <^BP» ^•l» ,r»iM»»^i^«^ff'^™ BaaBia '" B *' ail „.„_ Jlotfers In Annual TetffftMnem b* golf Mrs. Davies Entertain* the R. I. Club Mrs. Alice Davies entertalnec the R. I. club at the Glenwood Lake park Wednesday. The fol lowing program arranged by Mrs Margaret Howard, was entertain ing and instructive: Club song. "Keep the Horn Mr. and Mrs. T. E. McClure were Sunday visitors at the home of their son, Roy, and family near Malvern. Miss Kathryn Anderson went to Des Molnes last week with Friends from Hastings and en joyed a few days at the State Fair. Marian Kerney of Malvern spent a couple ot days last weel at the Mrs. Laura Kerney home Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Hurst wer out from Malvern a couple o days last week visiting at th home of their daughter, Mrs, C M. Nelson, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Okey Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Harttng and her mother and grandson of Council Fires Burning." N Bluffs wera guests' at tb» borne Educating Parents, Mrs, A. H, I O l Will5l»ut* and;-family Sunday. Culver, I Mrs. Laura Kerney- and Joaie ~ ' were callers at the home of Mrs. Divots win fly __-- Fairvtew Country clab course for the next few the club's annnai tournament gets nnder way. Qualifying founds were started Sunday and all entries must have qualifying scores turned In before Sunday. As In previous years prises will be awarded to winners of all flights and consolations. Pairings will be made as soon as all qualifying scores are turned In. The club Is charging an entry fee of 60c, halved since former tournaments. Every golfer is Invited to participate. Henderson Wins in Four Team Tourney M«l*«A.WIU<*tft Lo«« Ou in FiaaU Monday Afternoon Sweltering under the hot Sep* tember sun Monday afternoon Henderson and Maltem Wildca baseball teams battled ten inn ings before Henderson clalmet the game by a t to 6 margin. It was the final tilt of the two-day Henderson tournament and gate he Henderson nine tbe winning Itte. Almost evenly matched, the wo teams showed some good baseball, but left considerable ot he work to their batteries. In he box for Henderson was Stem>Ie, former University of Iowa athlete, whose Intricate delivery >roved too much for Malvern jatsmen during the latter part ol he game. Hoover and Windom pitched for Malvern. On Sunday Malvern defeated Silver City, 10 to 0 while Hen derson won from Quick, 11 to 7 McCord was on the mound for «dte*t to tftft «t*it*rs pal there i* **«• pool win fe»afft opt* wtd Wfeatnef definitely sets te, it w«* a«te*ftc«a lAfcot Day, and swlmttets eafc enjoy this sport for seine tlinft yet. As the pool is operating wttfc an ex«ejrtionally low overhead It is possible to remain ojreft without a great deat ot income. And While patronage has been decreased by the coming of fall, the pool officials believe there are still sufficient swimmers to Justify remaining open. OFFICIAL NOTtCE IK TttM DlSfttlCt COUttf OP IOWA . IK ANO FOR MILLS COUNTY D. W, BATfis, Superintendent of flanking ot the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, MtSCELLANEOUS -_,... -^ pfcofte 47, Etaefwm, Iowa. 9-1. AM Whs, Pbon* 89. fimefson, of Meat Market, 68, Mattera. itt. Items*? BefHteHttg O<M She* andoah, Pnone 628. Reverse loaf distance charges to us. Let « h»nl ycmf dead animals. Call tdf one nog appreciated, Ftesb tank* age for sate at all times. 6l*tf. SEEDS AND vs. IOWA 'BTATfi SAVINOB SANK, MALVBttK, Iowa, .; ' Defendant. NOTICE f?«f s*l«K Alfalfa in stack, In- quite of M< *t, Davis, Maltern.8*2 for Bale—'Seed rye at tie bushel.—M. F. Clark, Malvern. ?*&. MACHINERY TOS ALL CRlDCTORS AND POBflfOftS OP TUB IOWA STATE SAVINGS SANK, MAL* VBttN, IOWA. You and each of you are hefe* Sale —Waltls 16-30 tractor. This tractor is nearly new and Is priced tight, —AH Bucn, Glenwood, *»*• Malvern and allowed Silver City scarcely any opportunity to ge on base. In the consolation final Mon day Quick and Silver City bat tied, Quick winning 10 to 7. to Reading, "Five Dollars," Mrs. Millie McMahilL Talk, Mental Hygiene and Child Behavior, Mrs. Ella Dllle- hay. Modern Maud Muller, Mrs. Marjorie Kilpatrlck. Mrs. Davies assisted by Mrs. Laura Shepard, Mrs. Ida Alberts, and Maxine Van Orsdel served refreshments of orange Ice, angel food and devil's food cake. Winnie Moore in Glenwood Sunday afternoon. All Stars Again Lose as Boosters Get Ho Kittenball Season Near* It* End a* Shorter-Day* ' ' n * *, -^T^^" 11 " *VK^ra£>- \ *> ~* l*__t.*.1l a««r.* AWllM** HjfA/lltl.. y notified that on or before Aug ust 6, 1933, there will be on file n the office ot the Clerk of tha Mstriet Court of Mills County, owa, the application of D. W. Jates, Receiver of, said bank, asking the approval ot the Courl o sell the following described real estate, to-wit: The Southeast quarter ot the Southeast quarter of Section B, Township 70, Range 41,' Fremont County, Iowa, said land having been received by said bank through an assignmen of a contract of sale from Lite Alleley. You are further notified tha said application states, that subject to the approval of the Court, the said above described real estate, is to be sold to Mlllard Ble- tek for the sum Of $1400.00, payable 1160.00 down payment and the balance in cash on or before March 1, 1934; when Receiver's Deed is to be delivered and possession given, and trust to pay all taxes due as ot January 1, 1934, and to furnish abstract showing a good merchantlble title on March 1, 1934, HELP WANTED Wanted — Well*known matt with good reputation to handle monument* direct from quarts' to Cemetery, for large qtwrriet and manufacturer, on high class commission basis. Give past experiences. Write Field Director, C. H. Ghristensan. Ellsworth, Iowa. 6-8 A BUSINESS with no investment is open for some hustler in MILLS County. Car, good common sense and willingness to work only requirements. Write 8. F. Baker & Co., Keokuk, Iowa, 8-4. LOST AND FOUND Ertrny Hog — Taken up at my place west of Malvern in August. Black Sow, weight about 300 pounds. Owner may have same by paying advertising and expense, *~W. C. Van Orsdel. 8- 8 » FOR RENT Kittenball. sa lough and Paul Mulholland they survey the crowds as House For Rent—Modern and good. Call Landls, Phone 116-R2. 8tf, CATTLE surround the m In children autoed to Tabor Sunday where they were Joined by Mr. and Mrs. Croft and Mr, and Mrs. Harold Over, and enjoyed a . nlc dinner together at the park, Mrs. Howard Kayton spent the past week in her mother's home at Randolph taking care of the household while her mother, Mrs. Chas. Flchter, was taking a needed rest with relatives at Shenandoah, Lincoln, and Madi son, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. p, V. Barnard of Los Angeles. Calif., Mrs. E. D. Hall of Sidney were visitors last week at the home of Mr, and Mrs. A. P. Barnard. Miss Margaret Dye of Spencer, Nebr., has been the guest for the past several days of her cousin, Mrs. Charles Kayton. Mr. and Mrs. Kayton and their guest visited the radio stations at Shenandoah Sunday. Supt. and Mrs. W. W. Mols^ . berry and children of Randolph were Sunday dinner guests at tbe ,- ... home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred New- Pajfty Fate* — *2 Day yw*U ell. In the afternoon they were (Coach, Tickets) 3olued by Mr - and Mrs> Je8se wu " I SOU. a traveling together §16.85 eacb Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laughlin 4 traveling together ilg-HS each and children were Sunday dinner traveling together $14*15 eacb guests ot their sister, Mrs. Hugo Only $025 World?* EVERY WEEKEND Tickets on sale every Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10-Day Return Limit Tickets goad in Coach or Chair Our, Hull two for children Other _M»vv Fares- in Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Andrews I and family were Sunday guests of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Iwm. Andrews. Miss Charlotte Chambers has been a house guest the past week Mr. and Mr*. Maddock* Hurt in Auto Accident W, H. Maddocks and family west to Council Bluffs Saturday afternoon to visit bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maddocks, in a hospital there. They had received some injuries in an automobile accident that morning, Mr. Haddocks suffered a broken rib and Mrs, Maddocks bad to have several stitches taken as she receiv* ed two or three bad cuts on the face, Their son, W, R., drove up Bernard Gray of St. Joseph, Mo. was a guest In the Walter Hilton home over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Graves had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Fay McManigal and J. D., Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Graves and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brooks. Mr, and Mrs. Hubert Chambers and Charlotte of Council Bluffs were supper guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Floy4 Parker. Mrs. Wm, Pltzer of Nebraska City spent Wednesday with her cousins, Misses Etta and Pearl Miller, again Sunday and'brought them to their borne in Silver City where they are resting more comfortably at tMs writing. Both, were bruised and badly shaken up and the car was quite badly damaged but they feel thankful that it was no worse, swimming pool park, is the sport of the year. Nightly crowds of a size to bring prosperity to any commercial ball game, carefully follow tbe antics of tbe kitten' ball athletes. Tbe past week tb?se crowds saw; Tbe Plymouth ten nose out tbe Boosters 6 to 5 on Aug. 39, The Merchants defeat the Firemen 8 to 7 on Wednesday night, Tbe Boosters, long playing in bard luck, race over tbe All Stars 18 to 3. Stars were out of own. and only the Alls, wera left o play alibied Mr, McCuUougb, be All star captain. Tbe Plymoutbs easily e Oilers 10 to 4 Friday, Tbe Boosters defeat tbe Oilers 3 to S on Tuesday, This game set a new all time playing record, as it lasted for but 99 win utes. Glenwood, Iowa, on the 13th day cn ot September, 1938, at 9:00 £ o'clock, A. M., on said date, and the ... ' . '-- - . that unless objections are filed on or before said date, to the prayer of said application tbat tbe same will be approved. For further particulars, see ap- lication when on file. Dated this 5th day of Septera- er, 1933, D, W, BATES, Receiver of .tbe Iowa State Savings Bank, Malvern, Iowa, Fire Destroys Second Barn at Lutss Farm Last Friday a week fire des- royed a barn on the Wm. Lutz arm north of Maivern, while Mr. z and family were away. Up- ertalu of Its origin, Mr. Lut? was puzzled still more Saturday evening when fire broke out in another barn on bis farm, wbite he was absent from home fts be? (HtiU fare for children) * Still lower fares for la * !0lft 0 y U feif. IJ8.35. * 30»day tickets al slightly Ing CftTi. ires down ,g&^ good to about Selpold. Omar Adalr and family of Red I Gate and Mr. and Mrs. MUlard l Curtis were entertained at diu i ner Sunday at tbe home ot Mr |und Mrs. Qeo. Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. Obfts. Gil, [ cullers Sunday ufteruaou at th j home of Mr. aud Mrs. Yeru M»tb (own uear Tabor. Mr. aud Mrs. Ed Flsber . [Quiabtt, Mrs. Louisa Hou»n«r of M. H. Latohaw Suffers Seriouc Injury M. H. Latchaw-met with a very painful accident at bis home last Wednesday afternoon wben be stepped on a nail, running It into bis foot till it struck a bone. He suffered with it from tbe begin nlng and by late evening a. , . tor was summoned wbo} ths, the case must be cared for in ft hospital. So Mr. tetcbaw was taken to the Mercy hospital in Council Bluffs and given treatment. He was brought fe&gae Saturday afternj&sa and i» jet* ting along as well peeled but \ keep pretty yet. - Dutchmen Lote to Fust Strahan Nine A bard bittlBg team from ban prwf4 *»« stronf la Bine of nortb of vern, S^daVi fte ?»tttb Mills co»Bty tfiftHJ winjajag | |o. Fw trade'o> shire buck, 8 years old. 160»F11 Guy Breeding. 8-8 , WORK WANTED"" Tom Sbaw —-Piano Tuning, Leave orders with Collins Prug, Malyern, or Priest's Prug store, Hastings. 8Btf ' *" Hauling —Cobs or other commodities,—A. J. Parnpld, Mal- •vern. in the Malvern Sale Barn SATURDAY, Sept. 2 commencing at one o'clock p* m. I We wilj toy *» beW t&§ i»le eftsh week w» bring itt itaff to *eU. Try te Urt it by Twetday eve» 0 tbAl It maybe ore. The Malvera Fire 4ep«tme»t> fresh from assisting in a celebraj, lion tor state fair wluners. 4asb ed to tbe L»t* farw b»t suje*«4 ed only in pr&teelUn otfter buttd tr«,ce of wJ»lft waj Tbere fbj» fftlf ha ? been f nj»t» to BWiuve tbf flftft.'- Rodeo cowpany, tb^ft iwgest it$¥» ellnK radeo }» tttpUMi^W^ I Some milk c«w» and some calve*; Big roan Shorthorn riwftjJkiaGN;^* i\wi frt^wJ&saUf fey *^** Q&*** i may be brought in. .. . . . • ftf tbe ra4 * Uo»rd i^iS^^M^Mfe-^ii^i ^BRllkftE.^ i, boms to tor »»v««H A»y» ill MI wwvfm^'iv* m^Mi wwtvt ] lug iawftl**t wlU >» Pr*wv»ut. ttg»t Adam*. *M iMNkiAWM M»UAU»* |«k *4VWNXl U kkg^ *.**.*•- I'tww^i ; -^'jfff*>

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