The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on September 21, 1933 · Page 4
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rotm •mfe MALVfeRK LfeAPfea, KALVERS, TOWA, gfeffmniii f i» Mfss Frances Brewer retnffte Thursday evening from Chieag where she bad been a guest o her ancle for several days visit i his home and attended the expo sitton. The trip and the exposi tion visit were a gift from he uncle and one, yon may rest assured, very welcome to the yonn lady. Miss Jessie Wortman let Thursday night for Waosau, WI§ to resume her work as instrnc tor in the Waosan Memorial hos piUl after a two weeks visit a home. Mrs. C. M. Jones and daugh ter, Mary, and Mis* Marion Black drove to Omaha Thursday to visit Mrs. Harry Clark in the Clarkson hospital. Mrs. Agnes Slothower made a trip to Council Blnffs Friday afternoon to visit her brother-in- law, Joe Wearin, at the Edmundson hospital whose condition is so serious. Kenneth, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swain, southeast ot Malvern was able to be brought home from the Jennie Edmund' son hospital Saturday. He had an operation there for appendicitis about ten days preceding from which he is recovering nicely. M. 0. Bratnmeler of Emerson and son, L. E., from north ot that place were In town Saturday and made our office a visit. The latter called to advertise a stray sow he had taken up at his place. As she Is a large red one she just doesn't look well with Louie's herd of Hampshlres so he la anxious to locate the owner. See their ad In the classified columns. George Hascall of Emerson was In town Saturday. Joe Davis from over Glenwood way was In town Saturday attending the sale. John W. Wilson of the Wesley Chapel neighborhood town Saturday. was In New Service at the Station on Highway 34 I have purchased the Stoddard Service Station' on Highway 34 Just north of Malvern and cordially invite all of my friends to take advantage of the service there. I will continue to sell Standard Oil Products and guarantee courteous and efficient service at all times. You'll find the station convenient and handy to use and you'll appreciate the service. We'll appreciate your business. Frank Bacon Standard Station on Highway 34 J. W. Soderstrum came down from Omaha Monday evening fo a few days Visit in Malvern. Mrs. E. C. Kayton and Mrs. R W. Salyers drove to Comrci Blnffs Friday afternoon to vial Mrs. T. L. Salyers In the Mercy hospital. They fonnd her Improv ing nicely. Mlw Minnie Hal! has been promoted to chief operator of the Malvern telephone exchange taking the place of Marie RIggtns who was married last week. Yon can win $1,000 every year for life. Submit a .good idea in a few words. No subscription contest. Nine other cash prizes. Details In next Sunday's OMAHA BEE-NEWS. 8tf. adv. Mrs. Roy Blackman was taken o the Kdmundson hospital in Council Bluffs Tuesday evening where she underwent an opera- Ion for an abcessed appendix, 'he operation was a very serious one but at latest reports she was getting along nicely. Dr. 1. U. ^arsons accompanied her to the oppltal. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson f Council Bluffg and Harry Nelon Jr., left Sunday morning for Chicago to attend the Century of ""rogress Exposition. Claude Stephens and son, Evrett, from up near Henderson were in town Saturday and called to advance their Leader another notch. E. J. Smith and C. W, Moore from north of Hastings were In town Saturday attending the sale at the sale barn. Johnnie Paulson, little son of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Paulson, who underwent a sinus operation three weeks ago has recovered nicely and was able to start to school on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart and son and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis of Council Bluffs and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gray, Evelyn and Earnest of Malvern were dinner guests Sunday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gray In Malvern. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Durbin and R. L. Hale and Miss Dorothy Durbin drove to Des Moines early Monday morning where Miss Dorothy took the train for Iowa City where she enters the State University for the coming year. Mr. Durbin and Mrs. Hale looked after some business matters at the capital before returning, Walter Doyle from down Imogene-way was up^Satnrday 'and called to enroll upon our subscription list so as to keep up on the news of Imogene and Mills county. The Leader has a little the best news service of Imogene of any paper published. Arlin Miller of south of Malvern has been quite 111 for several days. Although he was threaten^d with typhoid fever, last diagnosis was that he did not suffer from that malady, quite rare In Iowa, but from another complaint. Mrs. Thos. w. Gidley and Gretchen were Jn Omaha Friday. E. A. Pontow of north of MaK vern was in town Saturday attending the sale and called at The Leader office to advance his subscription another year. Lloyd Walker and Orvllle Starr spent the week end In Plerson and were guests in the homes of MJss Franeile BInnall and Miss Bernice Messerole. Mts* Gladys Stuatey came .. last Week from Olenwood Spring*. Colo, for a vacation vtsft At torn*. Miss Bradley is demonstration agent for women's Work fn th* extension department of the agricultural department of Coto>- rado. 8ne and her fatfrer, A. t>. Bradley, *nd sister, Inez, leave today by auto for Chicago wftere they win attend the Ce«efy of Progress Exposition. They ate fag the "Beacon Way" aad -... be located at the Sherldan-PlftMl hotel white there. Mrs. Elmer Brammer, who has been ill for several days at her home Sonth of Malvern, fs show- Ing improvement. Among the Malvern yonng people not previously mentioned who are attending college this *ea? are Gretchen Gidley who goes to Ltndenwood School for Girls at St. Charles, Hfo., Bern Ice Wilson, Nebraska state University at Lift- coin, and Max Ireland, Crelghton [Tniverslty School of Pharmacy,. Omaha. Mrs. Henry Cozad, Pearl and Goldie, Winifred and Maxlne At- :lnson of Randolph, and Carter Jartholomew spent Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Walker. Near the close of be evening ice cream and cake were served. Arva Burrus of Crete, Nebr. tatted Malvern friends a short time last Wednesday afternoon. He was enroute home from Excelsior Springs, Mo. where he had taken Mrs. Bnrrus for a couple weeks treatment at the Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Goodln and son, William, and daughter, Margaret, of Hastings, Nebr,, and Miss Nell Hagerty of Aurora, Nebr. were week-end guests in the E. W. Knight home. Mrs. J. W. McNalty and daughters, Alice and Blllie, left Friday for Colorado Springs, Colo., to visit In the home of Mrs. McNulty's son, George. Lynn Mullen accompanied them on the trip. Lang Reunion at Wayside Sunday Gathering Honor* Birthday of Mrs. Catherine Lang Sunday, Sept. 17, was a red letter day for the members of the Lang family and their relatives, It being their annual reunion date. As Mrs. Catherine Lang's birthday is Sept. 21, at which time she will be eighty-nine, the gathering was also in honor of her birthday. The place chosen for the reunion this year was Wayside Lake west of Emerson where a Picnic dinner ot fried chicken and all the, other, good things make a picnic a real success. LOCAL SPORTS Games ow Sunday Arm W«» fhr*« Games in Kittefiball CoThpetittofi Although t fan and i hat art ail Coftstitte Cornet wear* when the dances at the Chicago World'i Pair's Old Mexico, they are an expensive costume, for the hat alone coit 11,000. It was purdused from a famed Mexican general Pageant Staged by Farm Bureau Here No Rehearsal* for Iowa Program | Comtnunty Sing Held Sunday A pageant without all of the arduous preliminaries of weeks of preparation and rehearsals was staged In Malvern Sunday. With Mrs. Ellsworth Richardson of Albia, state chairman of women's work for the Farm Bureau, as director, the cast for the affair was selected and directed just before it was given. Comparatively simple in action, the pageant showed a pioneer family (a typical family "with some eight or ten children) look- to «ettle,-,Queen No mightier arm in all Mal- ,^m is there than that of big Pan! Hertz. Snnday while kitten- bail enthusiasts competed in the swimming pool park, big Paul pitched three hard games, won all three, for a record unsurpassed In local annals. First to fall was the ill-fated Firemen ten as it met Hertz's own All Stars. Firemen further Cinched their position at the bottom of the league by losing, 10 to 8. Bob Paulson, pitching for the Firemen, did not get warmed up until after the second Inning and by that time the All Stars had 8 counters. Until the end of the game they Were able to run in but 2 more. Warm from the start, big Paul baffled Firemen batsmen from :he first inning and allowed them but three hits during the entire tilt. Anderson and Hedding divided batting honors by getting three each for the All Stars. Next to fall before the mighty arm was one team of Merchants, who went down before the Oilers, 12 to 10. Merchants borrowed six men and out-hit the Oilers, but bad costly errors spoil their score. Graves popped out three hits and Storer got three runs for the Merchants. Anderson, hitting good again, got three more hits for the Oilers. Not the least bit tired seemed the mighty arm of Hertz as he swung Into his third game. Supported by a hard playing team of Plymouths, he quickly trimmed the Booster ten by a 13 to 6 tally. Only in the last Inning did the Hertz arm seem to tire. Then, having six goose eggs on the score board, the Boosters swung into action and brought In their total of six runs. A home run by Walter Hedding, bringing in two others, accounted for half ot the total. Boosters had but two regular players, while the Plymouths were loaded with their private power for the tilt. Plymouth Captain Piper led his team In batting, slugging three hits and scoring three runs. Team Standings of kfttenball leaftre teams after play Sunday: " " PB. .823 .648 .529 .476 .364 All Stars _.^.—i4 Plymotrths .- —11 Otters — ^ --— 9 Boosters ---- -- & Merchants ... _- 6 Firemen .___ — 8 8 6 8 9 li 18 Golfer* Off In Hoi Meet at Fairview Historic Battles aft Fairways of Golf •«<».<; a viwuc a real success, waf1i? BWI * wfc SP"-fflw<'^JJ?p* :p »««! p jw* i »p* served at noon cafeteria style, I«°«» ,imr»bnag$r' representing Election of officers took up a characteristics °* the state pay * ' : » part of the afternoon and the remainder was spent with contests and games. Officers elected for the coming year were Miss Pearl Lang, president; Marlon Lang, vice president; Mrs. Harold Smith, secretary and treasurer. Chairman entertainment committee, Mrs. Ralph Hall; refreshment committee, Mrs. Frank Lang, Mrs. W. R. Shepard, and Mrs. Frank Cardiff. Those present at the reunion were Mr. and Mrs, George B. AIs- trope and daughter, Olive, Wakefield, Nebr., Mr, and Mrs, Claude C. Smith and daughter, Merna, Memphis, Nebr., E. L. Hodgin. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith and land, Nebr., Mr, and Mrs.'j, H! Reed. ^Atlanta, Nebr., Mr, and B. Smith, Cereseo, SPECIAL/ For Friday and Saturday OOX Grocery MALVERN PHONE NO, 9 10 Ite. SUGAR . v Apricot*, or S ln Temftto s *« 5 *' 3 , _____ ., ___ No, 2H «u»,"y»ur g . * Kellogg* Wheat Flakes, a p kg s , LAUNDRY SOAP 7 large bars — "• t ««l e MACARONI. 3 Iba. . 2Ba W.will or own ji f wr Crtwo, faultier Wt.wW tn *ff* W* cwrry 5*ho«l With every j>urdwue o! One DolUr w more Free Delivery every day of the we»k it lOtSO* Nebr,, Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Sheldon Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Heed and daughter, Delorts, Glenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ballaln, Misses MarJe Shepard, and Vir, ; gmia Ballain and Clyde Sallain ! Red Oak, Mrs. Gladys Evans and family, Malvern, Mr. and X SSftWA^fH^V rd < B| l* ' ' • ard and daughters, Margaret and Rowena, w. M. Archer and family, and Mr, and Mrs. Dale Ree4 ™ U f, hter ' « astll «* s . Mr. an4 Walter Lang and sons, Wor. Miss homage to her with gifts, dances and songs. Even the dances were given without rehearsal, youngsters ot the community being drafted for the drills and decorated with crepe paper costumes. Withal it was presented smoothly enough to be entertaining. Rev, T. J, peUU ot Hillsdale served as interlocutor for the pageant and led the community singing which followed. Ex - Congressman Charles E, Swanson of Council Bluffs made a short talk, telling of the Importance of farm organisation programs, not only In effecting legislation but Jn stimulating better living and progressive farming as we}}, Mrs. Richardson gave a snort inspirational talk, briefly outl}n* ing the program of women's work of the Farm Bureau and stressing the need for a strong legislative program to obtain economic jus. tice for agriculture* * Sunday Schedules Wke^the^Wg tafvf baseball, .-,,._^- _..„*.., - -^n play, ending its season while the World's Series ends the national American 'leagues. Pairings for Sunday are below, but time of games will be decided by lot at 1:45 p. m, when all players are to assemble: Farmers from north ot town, beaded by Fred Zanders, will play farmers trom south ot town, beaded by Ab Scott, at i o'clock. All Stars vs. Boosters, Plymouths vs. Oilers, Firemen vs. Merchants. Competition hot and no quarter given is the rule of the matches now being played at the Falrvlew Country club golf course as the clnb's annual tournament gets under way. Seven of the first round matches have already been played. Historic Was the inatcn between I. L. Donnor and C. A. Boyer. Old rivals, the two ended a six month competition last spring with Boyer edging out his opponent. Smarting since then, Donner took this occasion to eliminate Boyer from the championship flight, doing so by get ting him 8 down with ? to play, O. A. Caldwell, hot after the tourney cup, eliminated Dr. W, M. Hiett, 6 down and 4 to play. Dyke and Tennant and Paul Mulholland and Dr. J. A. Kline, also In the top flight, have not finished their matches. In the second flight Bruce Boehner ousted Vern Crook, G down and 4 to play and" Supt. F. M. Davlson eliminated C. L. Kunce, 3 down and 2 to play. L. Z. Henry and Vern McCord and Vic Eklund and Robert Boehner have their matches to play, W. A. Caldwell started off well in the third flight and took out J. E. Randerson, 3 up and 2 to play. Ell Springer had good luck against R. K. Piper, eliminating that worthy, 2 up and 1 to play. The po-Werful drives of J. N. Summers were too much for Walter Hedding, who dropped out when he was 4 down with 3 to Play. Lawrence Jones and R. W, Salyers still have their match to Play, Try for Giw dub* Mi Hi S. Ste «r&«ife of esMfttties fat MM ettfl* al ttartetn W| R school wa* ftottesl when HIM loMjftt^ Cofctot stfcet!«i*d try^wrts for glffe' and ft*yi* Srsaftttattons. to ftfl tft» fafckt of tn* ffftg- grow, 68 towittts felpwiied, cft tt « ng Mfw ©flrfitot te tohtumplttte mak- Ing «ro separate aattt of that body. Not .a«t« to many bat still a od snowing Was made | n th boys' glee ciab. Ready to fill M H. S. halls *ttti tfcfoaty warbling were 28 boys. A ptotfatt of progressive rehearsal* on choral work, with some opwetta afid masicomerfy singing as well is o^ ing arranged for the two organizations. Aitndagh memberships of each gtee club were «et determined after the fli-st tnr^oat, definite organization will be finished by next week. It 1» expected. The Chief of Naval Operations has accepted the National Aeronautic Association's invitation for the Navy to participate in the international balloon race scned- &!!&<«*! «»»J» <a» Hastinga Bank Business Being Cared for Here The ledgers and files of the Botna Valley State Bank of Hast, ings which is in the hands of the receiver nave been transferred to tne Iowa State Savings bank here and all business pertaining to the bank is being handled by the receiver from the bank here. The building formerly occu. pied by the bank at Hastings has been sold to L. L, Greenwalt and possession given Aug. 30, o« Sidney, Mr. and Mrs, Cardiff and daughter. Oakland. Marion Wg am I iy ^^t**. 1 *™ w »iy, Mrs. Gilbert Carlson sons, Mr. m $ Mra. «Tv, 8n4 son. Mr. an4 Mrs, Wa ?R d daughter. Mr. fwrt Lang. Mrs. Barbara W», «r. «W4 Mrs. M4 son, Mto PesrJ Stoddard Station to F, Bacon Bwoa 04 M»!wo WW tbe high bidder for tb« §ta44»f4 Service »t»tlw» of BOrtb o| TuM4*y wtaft Ik* 184?. W* M w*fl*wf si OIJ The United States during its. early days had to pay tribute to Tripoli but due to successful op. eratlons of our fleet, a satisfactory peace was declared which did away with the tribute. MPRESO THEATERO M A LV E R N Fri day ind Saturday Z»ne Grey 1 * LIFE IN THE RAW with George O'Brien and Grotto Nlnsen ' "Boitcoe in Person" Comedy Adm. lOe and 2Bc. Sunday, Monday The Grand Slam of Entertainment Mad Ways — Funny Gags INTERNATIONAL HOUSE with more star* than there are In heaven, A few are: Peggy Hopkins Joyce, \V. O. Field*, Rudy Vallee, Stuart Enrfn, George Burn*, Grade Allen, Col. Stoop- nagle and Bndd, Cab Calloway, Don't mis* this Blot of Fan. Adm, lOc and SWc. Wcdi SIILORSIUW Added Short*; Adin. 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