The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on October 12, 1933 · Page 10
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ttft MALVfeRN LfcAtJfeR* MALVEftH, IOWA, II, 1933 Within the next year, practically every ship of the U. S. Navy WfH be in the Pacific Ocean. Plans hate been made to order fttl shins under construction and under modernization to the West coast as soon as completed. The largest estimates in history hare been presented by the lafianese Naral Ministry for Naval etpenditnre daring the year 1D34-193B. The amount exceeds bt thirty per cent the largest pre- rlons estimates. The Army has been compelled to Withdraw the privileges of hos- pitalizatlon at Walter Reed hospital, Washington, to dependents of the Nary and Marine Corps in and around Washington, D. C., doe to the Economy Act. While Attending * the * Cooking School take time to come in and get a nice juicy roast or steak, We keep only the best quality Home Killed Corn Fed Beef and Pork. You will also find our Grocery line complete with high quality merchandise at very reasonable prices. Tones Vacuum Pack Coffee, 1 Ib uwrv East Liberty Methodist Chtrt-ch Until we have some other form of Scripture readings, please fol low those In the Sunday school quarterly. The Church Night committee for October Is as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. JR. K. Henderson, the supper and program will probably be on Friday evening, Oct. 27. The pastor will be away for the next two Sundays helping In a meeting at Clearfield. The pulpit will be filled by other speakers and he urges you to be faithful in your attendance. Please pray for our work. Come to church next Sunday at 10. W. P. Wortman, editor of The Malvern Leader, will speak. He will bring a message worth while so be sure to hear him. Church school at 11. Lesson subject, "Racial Problems and Their Solution." TEA °K* 15° Trial Sl««7o JAPAN GREEN or BLACK (Brown Ubel) TnnmdovtSaki Only, PmllTMi lew PrMe (Thursday, Friday, and Saturday) Search Light Flour, sack-'- $1-50 (Thursday, Friday, and Saturday) Home Rendered Lard, 1 Ib Fine Sugar Cured .Bacon* lb,_»— O. E. DAVIS -»* Malvern Phone 58 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McMlllen and daughter and Mr. and Mrs, Arthur McMlllen and two children of Red Oak were afternoon callers Thursday at the Will Lutz home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Halnes and little son, Walter, Mrs. Frank Halnes and Walter Howard were Shenandoah visitors one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Beaton and Danny Dean of Malvern Were Sunday visitors in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Seaton. Mr .and Mrs. Will Lutz and Evelyn went to Council Bluffs Friday afternoon to visit their daughter, Ruth, in the Mercy hospital. They found her somewhat Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Frank DuVal, Mrs. Laura Kerney and Jogte were In Olenwood Friday afternoon and attended the funeral services of Mrs. Belle Nelson held from the Raynor funeral home. Mrs. Tate Loving of Hole- ridge, Nebr. is visiting here with her nieces, Mrs. B. J. Lookabill and Mrs. C. S. Anderson, and their families, she had been with relatives at Pleasanton for a few weeks and Mr. and Mrs. Lookabill drove there for her last Wednesday. J. O. Whftesfde* and firmfly of Omaha Were afternoon callers Sunday at the fcbme 6f Ms mother, Mrs. Catherine WMte- eides, and also at tire R. A. Skerritt home east of Sflter Cfty. There was a large crowd attended the funeral services of James Martin held from the East Liberty ehnreh Monday afternoon. Several were present tfo» Mftlvern, Silver City, and Olen- wood. The Odd Fellows lodge of Silver City attended tn a fwdy and had charge of the services at the grave. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lutz went to Council Bluffs Monday and brought home their daughter, Ruth, who had been a patient in the Mercy hospital for a couple of weeks. The trip home made her quite tired but she seems to be gaining as rapidly as can he expected. Chas. Swanbufg, a patient in the Methodist hospital in Omaha for a few weeks. Is somewhat improved at this writing, it is expected that he can be removed this week to the home of his daughter in Omaha. There were about thirty people enjoyed a picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Maddocks Sunday. Those.present were Mrs. Glen Fitch and Violet Joan of Pacific Junction, Mr. and Mrs. Will Schlermeler and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hunt and three sons of near Sliver City. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hunt and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Joe May berry and three sons, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wlihelm and three children, and Mr. and Mrs. Maddocks and four children. The occasion was in honor of birthdays of several in the group. Tho Ladles' Aid Society met at the church Wednesday afternoon with thirteen ladles attending. Some-plans were made for future activities of the society. The next meeting will be an all day meet- Ing with Mrs. Frank DuVal, Wednesday, Nov. 1. Delicious refreshments consisting of two kinds of pie, cookies, cocoa, and coffee were served by Mrs. Clyde Barger and Mrs. Otto Gary. * O Ajjd Back With Gteatet Thrills Than Ever Above! A typical scene in the recent Elgin National Road Race. Each ear leave* the ground as it hits the point in the road known ft* "Aria* tioti Hill." Below: Phil Shafer, veteran racing driver, who won the feature event in record time of 88.34 miles per hoar average over the rough concrete and dusty gravel. Revival of the historic Elgin National Road Race at Elgin, 111., that spectacular event which recently thrilled Ihe automotive world, has brought back after a lapse of 13 years one of America's' most fascinating and valuable races, according to Firestone Tire & Rubber Company engineers, The cars struggle through roads of old rough concrete, hot tarvia and dusty gravel at speeds of 130 miles per hour or more—a terrific ordeal for men, motors, and most of all tires. When Phil Shafer, famous veteran driver, finished the 203-mile grind with an average of 88.34 miles per hour over the 8%-mile course he broke the old record by nine miles per hour. From grandstands in the cornfields 30,000 spectators taw the thrilling contest. So gruelling was the test that only 6 of the 14 cars finished, The 203-mile stock-car race, in the morning, was also spectacular. Fred Frame, 1032 Indianapolis race winner, captured this event, with the amazing average spee.' of 80.22 miles per hour with • Ford V-8. All the Firestone Tires used i.i the stock car race, including* those on the winning ear, were standard stock tires. -Great Western dn- ple* Heatteg stove. ^-Mrs. Opal Townsend, R. S, Hastings la. 13-4 F<» R«st» Modern 1. It, Becltwith. >tt. ttoutt Iw ttewt^a Modern and good, trail Landis, Pfreae iie-ftS. 8tf. HOGS Sale "Pure bred Haatp- shire spring boars. At the faritt 2H miles northeast of Malverh on ftlghway 84.— bee A. fid- land. 13tf. For SAle~Pure bred Poland China spring boars. — Floyd Hhoades, Malvern. 13tf. F<# Bale-~-Pure bred Spotted Polands: 8 fall males and 8 spring inales. Vaccinated.—Wesley Smith, Malvem tt 1. 18tt. *"o* 8*te-» Yearling pure bred Hampshire male hog. — Ralph Parker, phone itt'Fe. 18-8. For Sale— Pure bred Hattp* shite boars, selected from a herd of six hundred. Some of them sired by promoter Pride, a son of the world champion. Weigh up to 226 Ibs. each. — Ross W. fiixon, Red Oak, la. 13«1, c. ___ a_^t4ji3 ^ COTSrffiry can* fcflfW fa *cttea of of wottfttfs, n-trtttberca let* tta* Miii Looney MILK • I will use Home-killed Real Estate Transfers tors which went something like this: Wayne O.: "You certainly do keep your car nice and clean." Bud M.: "It's an even deal — I my car keeps me cleaned too." Record of Instruments filed in the offices of the Recorder and Clerk of District Court of Mills county, Iowa, from Sept. 29, 1933 at 8 a. m., to Oct. 6, 1933, at A ten pound baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Francis I o" ° ~ Sunday, Oct. 8. They now have! ' a boy and a girl in their home. I (Three deeds, filed but not of rec- Mrs. Catherine Whltesides and James, visited ber .sister, Mrs, Ella Boyd, near Hamburg Sunday. They also visited the state park. Mr. and Mrs. Prank DuVal and Alan and Miss Marie Pontow ! were Council Bluffs and Omaha visitors Saturday. Next To a Good Meal The Good Looking Woman is the nearest thing| to a man's heart. (Help Yourself Armand's Symphonie Face Powder Chamberlain's Hand Lotion .—are waiting for you. IOWA MADE CLEM ord, A. B, Judson to J, R. Graves; D, N.- McClympnd, to J. R. McClymond, and Sheriff to Carl Todleben). Robt. I. May to Ernest Fisher (Q. C. D.) SI. Accretions in 32, 3173-43. W. D. Kinney to Emma C. Lutter (W. D.) $1 and V. C. Lots 275 and 278. Pacific Junction. T. H. Martin to Emma C. Lutter (W. D.) $1 and V. C. P. Lots 220 and 221, Pacific Junction. Senior Newt Students averaging 90 per cent or above in biology were exempt from their six weeks exams Monday. The following students were exempt: Gladys Kites, Edgar Lookabill, Ruth Dalzell, Tom Christy, Kathryn Hatfield, Edith Viner, and Edna Henderson. " To the people; Whenever you have a press that will not disagree, that dares not dissent, that is unanimous, that is servile to (he leaders or to the crowd, you have what in Europe is called a "reptile press"—- a press that is intimidated or hired or both. • — Charleston News and Courier. G A L L I H E R' 5 Auto Repair Special During the fall months we will make specially low price« on all jobs of Cowpleto or PirtiilOverhiuling of yoi» raotom Whan you come til to the Cookiug Sohool, leave your car and w» will give U the once over Hi) you ju»t what it neete IP ^^IWI IP ^^p» JWWplUp ^f&jf^in™^^f& I News of Hastings Public Schools Kitten Ball Games Two very interesting kittenball games were played with Strahan here last Wednesday, Both games went an extra inning for the ties to be played off. The Hastings boys won the first game in eight innings with a score of 12-11. Hastings used five pitchers to win the battle. The girls' game was also close, Hastings was the winner in six innings by the score of 17T16. Hastings played Silver City here Friday and were defeated 13 to 6 in a poorly played game, Errors were made by both teams but mostly by Hastings as the core indicates, LaVern Potter was missed at his regular posl- ion as shortstop. This is our last Kittenball game. Our record for he year is four victories and t defeats. This defeat was the first ame Hastings has lost that 'was Played on our own diamond since Mr, Blttner started coashlng lore. Acting Secretary of State Phillips has announced that the U. S. is not at all disturbed about reports of Japanese naval maneuvers directed .against a theoretical attack from our Navy. It is understood the maneuvers were of a routine character such as are conducted periodically. Our Navy built the first wind unnel for aeronautical research to be established in this country, CLASSIFIED ADS ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Complete Abstract of Title records for each piece of property in Mills County. Mills County Abstract Co. (Member of the American Title Assn. and Iowa Title Assn.) Olenwood, Iowa. 48tf. WORK WANTED Tom Shaw — Piano Tuning. fcea^e v ordeiji 3$$. ,CpUli^£Dru»£ Hastings. "",•'' K • ,v a - •.•***"-<^85tfv MISCELLANEOUS Dead Animals — Call Art Jenkins, Phone 39, Emerson, or City Meat Market, 68, Malvern. Uf. Milk For Sale— 4o quart at home tn old Gleeson house, north east Malverttj 6c quart delivered. — Robert Stroud, Phone 148-W. 18*8, FRUIT For Sale —Winter apples: fl per bu. for firsts; SOo for seconds. Also Early Ohio potatoes, 76o per bushel, — Fred Dickersbach, Phone 180-F22. 13-1. LOST AND FOUND Lost on road south of Malvern, tire and rim. Please return to Leader office or notify Carl Wilson. . MEATS from the City Meat Market , in the Malvern Leader Cooking School Community Building • October 12, 13, 14 Ramsay Rendering Co., Shenandoah, Phone 623. Reverse long distance charges to us, Let. ua haul your dead animals. Call for pne hog appreciated, Fresh tank- age for sale at all 'times. 51-tf. The first flight by a naval'avia- tor was accomplished by, Lieut. John Rogers who in the autumn >f 1911, flew from Annapolis to Washington, p. C., and then to College Park, Maryland. DRS, KLINE & KLINE Pr. D, M, Kline Dr. J, A, Kiln? Office hours: 1 tp $ p, m. »n<J 7 to » _.. P-m, on Saturday, Other Howrt by App«intm»rit Office ever Iowa 8t«te Savings X-Hay Phon.,; Office 13?, Haufe WE WANT TO BUY YOUR POULTRY Ask us about Prices and delivery. HARRY WILSON ' Dealer in; POULTRY, CREAM and EGGS Jft When You Come in to Attend The Cooking Sctiqol We extend you a special Invlta- , tion to visit our Show Room and inspect the , r , Four^-New. rtrf^M-WA-Vi;^ Coaches and Matter Sedan We know you will enjoy seeing • them and we will'enjoy Just as much showing them. They are worth seeing and inspecting. The Mills County Chevrolet Co. Authorized Chevrolet Sales and Service FRANK JUELKE, Prop,, Malvern in the Malvern Sale Barn Oct. 14 commencing at one o'clock p. m. class Alumni New» Ethelyn Crawford of of 193? who Is attending t Stats Teachers' college spent tfce veefc en4 wUb he* eats, Mr. and Mrs, A, H, Crawford, Miss ArdHh Qweas aa4 ena, Shepard of the class 0 | 1S51 visited Mhooi FrW*y Mta» Regiua LjwkabiU, '89, U attWMitug Qwthft Unlxerajty, nt tb.e week egg witfc few pajr, ant*. Mr. WU. »«, tern This Saturday we will have H bull, H month* old, Shorthorn bull. Miss Gladys Looney, the

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