The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on October 19, 1933 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1933
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I 1 PAGE FOUR THE MALVBtft LEADER, MALVERN, IOWA, OCTOBER 19, 1933 John Beckwith and son. Jim returned Monday from a three- day trip to the sand hills of west ern Keoraska. they report mlg ratory fowl quite plentiful. Mr! and Mrs. Fred Mill o Hamburg drove up Satnrda morning to visit his mother, Mrs Enoch 'Hill, and sister, Mrs Attending the Southwestern [' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bellwood I Thos. W. GIdley. and attend on LOCAL NEWS OF ttffi WEEK tN MALV1RN Tow friends will appreciate having Ui*Ir vwts mentioned tn these column*. Phon* 100. Iowa Teachers meeting in Conn- {and Mrs. B. F. Bellwood of Oma- cll Bluffs Thursday and Friday! ha were In Malrern Monday aft- were Ruth Lindsey, Hazel Owens, J ernoon visiting friends. Rnth Donner. Dorothy Donner. Ralph Wederqufst. and Theron Atkinson. Mr .and Mrs. Dale Hevern an Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hasselqnls spent Friday evening in Shenan doah attending the jubilee. George Parsons, Miss Dili Beer, and Mr. and Mrs. Frit Johnson of Omaha were guests o Dr. and Mrs. 1. U. Parsons Sun day afternoon. SEF, ME about saving 40% in the cost of your town residence Insurance. "A penny saved is a penny earned." "Take care of the pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves." Also a policy In the National Life that gives you protection In your active life and disability and old age benefits; and through depressions like the present, keeps you from being a public charge. — C, E. Eacrett. adv. Mrs. J. N. Summers and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, left Saturday evening for Chicago to spend a week and visit the Century of Progress. Mrs. Theresa Coons moved back Into her own home this week. Hot Water Bottle*—Only S9c. j Win. H. Ramsay of Shenandoah was In Malvern Monday on business. ?few DrmM* Arriving! More shipments of the newest creations arriving with almost every express. Sires from 12 to 50.— Mrs. C. O. Nlckols Apparel Shop, Shenandoah. adv. Mrs. J. D. McMlllen and Miss Florence McMlllen drove down from Council Bluffs Saturday to visit friends and attended The Leader Cooking School. Milk delivered. 5 cents per qt. — Rob't Stroud. Phone 148-W. adv. Mrs. Samuel Masters had as her guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Masters. Robert Masters, and Miss Patterson of Lincoln. >febr., and Mr. and Mrs. George itasters of Glenwood. They were! ier guests for both dinner and upper. Hot Wntor Bottles —Only 89c. — S. Clem, Druggist. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bnttmann nd daughter, Margaret Ann, iave returned from Grant, Xebr. where they spent the summer on heir ranch. They will spend the — S. Clem, Druggist. Dr. and Mrs. T. W. adv. GIdley inter in Malvern. Roaatifnl New H»t» In Wool drove to Sioux City last week for a two days meeting of the Tri- State Veterinary association. They returned home Friday evening and report a fine meeting. Mrs. Margaret Mudd of Kansas City came Friday for a visit with her sister. Miss Marion Black, and with other Malvern friends. Here's your chance! A trial offer of THE OMAHA BEE-NEWS, 70 days Daily and Sunday by mall, on rural routes or in non- carrier boy towns, for only $1.00. 13tf. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gugeler of Junction City, Kan. came Friday for a visit with their son, the Rev. R. E. Gugeler, and family. They plan to visit here until next Sunday. John Waller purchased anothei , _ big track last week to aecommo- sS-;,;;,:. date-his growing business. He ; - now baa eight trucks in his fleet and can move a lot of stuff with them. Dr. J. A. Kline reports tbe birth of a seven and a quarter pound son to Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Gibson of near Silver City, Wednesday, Oct. 11. Bert Kline was taken to the Jennie Edmundson hospital in Council Bluffs Tuesday afternoon for observation and treatment. Dr. D. M. Kline accompanied him. Dr. J. A. Kline accompanied Mrs. Fred Louis to tbe Mercy hospital Tuesday morning where she was operated on for appendicitis. Hot Water Bottles —Only S9c. and Fllr Felts > Wool Crepe, Vel- gara, Velvet. Featuring Style and Quality with Economy. — Mrs. C. O. Nlckols Apparel Shop, Shenandoah. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fletcher of Omaha visited Sunday in the John Fletcher home, Guy Breeding and son, Ben, Mrs. Pearl Kline. Wilbur Bower. and Harry Zanders drove in to Chicago Saturday a week ago in the Ben Breeding car for a weeks visit there and to attend the World's Fair. Mr. Breeding visited his daughters, Ilene and Mildred, who both live in Chicago, and Mrs. Kline went on to Lake Geneva, Wis. where she visited her sister, Mrs. A. G. Lawrey, and cooking school. Mr. Hill, who i; publisher of The Hamburg Reporter, will have a cooking schoo in the spring. Milk delivprwt 5 cents per qt — Rob't Stroud. Phone 148-W Mr. and Mrs. Roy Caudell and Carroll Perkins drove to Eldorado Springs. Mo. Wednesday morning to take Mr. Caudell's father, Sampson Caudell, to his home there. Mrs. C. M. Follett and Mrs. Frances Crookham returned Sunday from Chicago where they attended the Century of Progress. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Higgins were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McMillan in Council Bluffs Sunday. Miss Gladys Looney was also a guest. Ed Call ft brought In a car load of horses and truck load ot calves from South Dakota the first of the week and sold them yesterday at the Malvern sale yard. He had a lot of pretty good stuff and a fair sized crowd who paid satisfactory prices. L. A. Talbott did j the selling. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kavicb en- Joyed a visit yesterday from Mr. and Mrs. Karl Lesser and little son, Louis Edward, and Mrs. H. B. Milder of Omaha who drove down for the afternoon. Otha D» Wearitt in Wftifiiftgtofi Goes Id National Capital Hi Ittt*rMt of Hi* S T R A H A N Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mansfield and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hertz left early Sunday morning for Blggsville, 111. and from there drove in to. Chicago for a few days visit at the Exposition. Oscar Leu from northeast of Malvern was in Monday and brought us some of the best potatoes we have seen this year. Mr. Leu says he planted certified seed and raised as fine a quality of potatoes as he ever raised and had a nice yield too, although this was not a good potato year. Foxworthy School News Those having an average of 90 per cent or above are: Ruth Herrold, Jean Herrick, Hazel Has- family who accompanied her back I * el Q.uist. Annabel Alberts, Mary to Chicago and they attended the! Allcy> Sidney Hasselquist, Doro- fair together. thy Hasselquist, Gordon Hevern, S cental Harvey Swo- — S. Clem, Druggist. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Eacrett and Miss Alice Bentiy returned Sunday night from a visit with Paul Gates and family at Hastings, Nebr. Mr. Gates returned with them for a couple of days visit with his brother-in-law, J. E. Randerson, who has been quite sick, but is now slowly improving. Smart Pur-Trimmed Coats, also untrlmmed styles featuring Style and Quality with Economy, "Redfern," "Conde" and other well known makes. — Mrs. C. O. Nlckols Apparel Shop, Shenan- adr Charles Rubenking. adv. doah. adv. SPECIALS Friday and Saturday only COX Grocery MALVERN PHONE NO. 9 Milk Tall Carnation 8 Cans ISc lMP LAMP ——.--Me RAISINS, 2 lb. pkg, „,„„ OATS, Urge box, each ________ __ OIUST PAPER, TOOO'iSbMt V f WtbrPANCAKE F£ Pure Lard 25e «J% 3KWi »JW- -."*•«« *.-.,.»!fc CREAM, fiOOS, and Those that were not absent or tardy: Ruth Herrold, Jean Herrick, Hazel Hasselquist, Daniel Swoboda, Annabel Alberts, Sidney Congressinan Otha D. Wearin returned to Washington Wednesday evening of last week where he Is pressing for the adoption of various public works projects for the tth District of iowa. Friday evening he conferred with former Governor Arthur J. Weaver of Nebraska and President Kieser of the Farnnm Street Bridge company and others with whom he is cooperating to secure a new bridge between Council Bluffs and Omaha. Saturday morning he inter- Viewed Secretary Ickes of the ln- erlor Department and urged the inprovement of Indian Creek in 'ouncll Bluffs, both as a public >eneflt and a means of relieving unemployment in the city. When asked what success he had he tated he hoped for favorable re- ults especially in view of the act that none of those Interview* d had turned him down or pro- lonnced his cases hopeless. Wearin also stated that he oped lo see Secretary Wallace nd others in authority for the purpose of discussing the corn, hog. and cattle situation. "The packers' practice of buying hogs out In the country where there Is no competitive market Is being used as a club to hammer down the prices at central markets," said Wearin. "I am in favor of stopping it. That is one of the things I am down here to see about. Direct buying is a method of chiseling on the farmer by corporations that is worse than unfair trade practices. If necessary I intend to take the case clear up to the President." Mr. Wearin stopped in Chicago Thursday on his way east and spoke before the National Congress of Rivers and Harbors. He expects to remain in Washington several days attending to various duties at his office. Osbome Valley School New* The first six weeks have passed and our school work is progress- Ing very nicely. Review and remedial work In almost all of our Stfahan L*die*' Union Held Meetiftg Wednesday Mrs. Zeno Bass and Mrs. A. P Barnard entertained the Ladies Union which met at the church last Wednesday afternoon, the meeting was called to order by the president and secretary's report read by Mrs. Kims. The financial report was given by the treasurer, Mrs. Frank Crpuse. the payment of the interest on the parsonage was allowed at this time and other outstanding bills cleared up. After the business meeting a program previously arranged was given. Miss Lota Buchanan, music Instructor of the school, presented her girls* glee club in a very attractive group of songs; Mrs. Barnard and son, Robert, played a duet; Robert another instrumental piece; Betty Lou Barnard gate the Twenty-third Psalm; Mrs. Emmett Gipe played a violin number, with Mrs. Chas. Glpe as accompanist| Mrs. Frank Johnson gave a reading: and Mrs. C. E. Davis gave a very Interesting paper on "We Women," At the close of the afternoon's program the hostesses served refreshments of chicken sandwiches, pumpkin pie and whipped cream, coffee, and mints. Mrs. W. W, Molsberry of Randolph has] Invited the Union to her home for an all day meeting with a pot luck dinner at noon and the invitation was for Wednesday, Oct. 26. All who wish to go and have no way will please call Mrs. Kayton and ways will be provided. Strahan Church Note* Regular services next Sunday. As we could not observe "Good Citizenship Sunday" the second Sunday of the month, the subject next Sunday will be "Good Citizenship." The presence of every one will be appreciated. Each one owes it to himself and to the others to give the church the fullest cooperation. J. A. B. Cunningham, pastor. Mrs. Mort Warneld and daughter, Mrs, Mona Pewltt, and little daughter, Carol, of Laurel, Mont. and feel that we will accomplish much In our work this year, Leonard Hunt, Calvin Sell, and Carol Jean Sell hate perfect records for being neither absent nor Hasselquist, Vincent Herrold. | tardy the first six weeks. Last Week We Hauled 46 Head of cauie lor Parkw? aro« M $ f«r J, f 0 for OH»W MteMivtUo. 80 for Oa w »»y * Mania Cuttulu«b.»w, SO (or Br*»«Uo 0 * w»»ri», 4* fer H, V. jBttdda, it e«r j. « Hurry Paul, tn to «U» Ow»l»» market, uvu 8ft A wutu •*v*r,t IM 0. u for f«r tuft it tfcM ** Bl Wt ttt itt llM «W , H. *. *r«» b«4 Hi a an !««§ MM! » M Wi MU. IVAUII numuL ^i^^&^r' ^^^^^^^^^^^P t WJ^^^^I^^^^^P^P 11 ' "^F* Wayne Hevern, Dorothy Hasselquist, Marjorle Swoboda, Earl Walker, Estel Smith, Gordon Hevern, Harvey Hasselquist, Dorothy Baldozier, Frances Swoboda, June Lucile Graham. Those on the dental honor roll: Dorothy Baldozler, Wayne Hevern, Gordon Hevern, Harvey Hasselquist, Sidney Hasselquist. On Thursday evening, Oct. 19, tbe pupils and teacher of the Foxworthy school enjoyed a weiner roast in the Hasselquist timber. A baseball game between the girls and the boys with the girls winners was the entertainment of the evening. After the weiner roast everybody was invited to the J. E. Hasselquist home where they were treated to cider. Mrs. J. E. Hasselquist and Mrs. E. I. Hasselquist were additional guests. Ruth Lindsey, teacher, Mrs. Grace Schroder and Dr. C. O. Johnson were united in marriage Tuesday afternoon at 8 o'clock at tbe Methodist parsonage. Rev. F. G. Barnes read the marriage lines. Their only witnesses were Mrs. F. Barnes and Mrs. Elton Landon. Mrs. Johnson has been a resident in and near Silver City for several years. She Is an active member in church and club work. Dr. Johnson *s a well known Mills county veterinarian, haying been in this vicinity for a number of years. He is a former mayor of Silver City and has always been active In Iqdge work and at present la adjutant of the lo*a| American Legion post. They are at home to their many Weadjs at tbe Rr, o. Q. Johnson residence in the south part of town, We extend hearty ean*ratuja, tiona and be*t withes to Dr. John* •oo aud hit bride. efTslk*** 4 * 5 ' * l * kt * **"'** M9W * . A »_ *\. ^^? WMI 9*9i ^ft^f B^r^F* ~ "" yft.pjSyftOB- bo&ft ftuf & -8tti*r OjUjf The fifth grade has been studying Eskimos and made a very nice booklet on Eskimo life. We have learned some of the choir songs and a few of us can sing them perfect so have a star for each song we know. We all are trying hard to get as many points as we can in our Citizenship and Health contest. Miss Luts gives us a One Merit card for every twenty-flve points and we hope to receive several Five Merit cards. Miss Hammers, our new county superintendent, made us a nice visit Wednesday afternoon. The first and second graders read for her. The next two weeks we will study Indians, We will make Indian hats, beads, pictures, dishes, and make an Indian scene on the sand table. Our school room |a being decorated for autumn and Hallowe'en. We think it will he very pretty when H is finished, Today we made orange and black lanterns. Silver City Couple* Have Doyble Wedding Miss Edna WtUtanw and Chris Kruse, Mias Thelma Berger and John Williams drove to Rocknort, Mo- last WeOnsjjjay, Qrt, 4, 1&4 were united is WAnrUge *t § ' hie we44lng cwesaony by « later at that place. On returning; Jfeft! afternoon and making a abort at»f a* the Williams home, Mr, and Mra. Kruse left that evening for » tea day visit Jn -' ^^ *!!** Wl^W _ W .*^ ;BJ jpE^wsj wfvm remained In Silver JJJiy and stay at the Wfflu WlUiamj for the pre»ent Mr. and UML ^ ~^~ *™*wa *mnpi^t~ SBI,., r • . — live on the Kr«*» fafnj W of tended visit with therT Ariur" r Bradley, and last Sunday Inea and Arthur held a big family dinner to celebrate their coming. Their brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Will Bradley, Billy, Lulu, Wilraa, Byron, and Tommy, Mrs. Horace Eaerett, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lemonds, Marlin and Leon were their guests at dinner. This is tbe first visit to the old home of Mrs, Warneld for a number of years and It is needless to say they are enjoying every minute of U together, Mr, and Mrs. R, J. Chlnn and son. Billie, and Jean and Doris Hurelbrink of Kansas City came Saturday to visit the Jesse Wilson family and other relatives. Mrs. ElUa Chinn who has been visiting the Wilsons returned to News of the Consolidated School High School New* The home economics class attended the Cooking School at Malvern Thursday afternoon. Of course ail of us were disappointed because we had to miss our other classes as the teachers had planned some tests, but we all enjoyed the school greatly* We all thought that we could Cook to suit a king afterwards. Miss Buchanan found out an interesting fact the other day. If she keeps on learning such things she will eoine day be a very smart person. She asked the freshman English class what the plural of seven was and Clyde Hatton answered "fourteen." The Junior class has been sell- Ing candy bars and chewing gum at the hall games. So far they have done very well. We wonder why school children would want gum. So few chew It! The seniors have been bating quite a time deciding on tbe style of rings they want but they have them ordered now. One thing off their minds. A part of the girls chorus sang at the Ladles* Union meeting last Wednesday. Those taking pan were as follows: Lorraine and Carol Olsen, Josephine Dye, Anna Rose Bass, Norma Shaul, Margaret Angus, Dorothy Wilson, Elma Judah, and Marjorle Laughlin. The girls were accompanied by Thora Cunningham. Robert Barnard also played a piano solo and a duet with his mother, Mrs. Barnard. The sophomores gave the freshmen an initiation party on Friday evening at the schoolhouse. After the stunts, refreshments consisting of sandwiches, cake, and cocoa were served. The freshmen were given green paper bows which they are to wear during the coming week. Giovanna Cunningham, reporter. f&> ietelrifc 4M gftfe room ban fc*d perfect attendant during tie first, third, and row* west* of thfi first fertod. All m pupils except four hate had »*. feet attendance. There has be«& no tardiness. the eighth grade English ctno had a debate Monday, Oct. 9, oii the question: "Resolved. that'tW consolidated school is better tnaft the country school" On the affirmative side were Wayne and Harry Conrad. Doris Pollftt spoke for the negative. Tfce Judges, Robert Williams and Jona Cunningham, decided in favor of the negative. Both grades are beginning history booklets, fhe eighth grade is compiling a book of biographies of great or prominent Americans, the setenth grade is making a scrap book of clippings and stories ranging: from ancient times to the Civil war period. Gtotanha Cunningham, reporter, Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Bass sad Anna Rose autoed to Tarklo, Ho. Friday evening and attended a reception and banquet given for the parents ot the college students. Earl came home with his parents that same evening and with him came a classmate, I Larry Jackson, who remained for a week end visit here. M. M. Butts of Missouri took the Wabash agent's Job this week displacing J. W. Wllkerson who goes to Kansas City, as first trick operator, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steele and Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Wllkerson drove to Shenandoah Saturday evening to the walkathon entertainment. Mr, and Mrs. A. G. Williams and family are moving from the Harry Conrad farm to Hastings. Mr. Williams has secured work on the river near Plattsmonth. Mr. and Mrs, Donald Fleming and children were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bellknap. The girls' klttenball team from Anderson came to Btrahan last Wednesday to play a game with tbe Stratum girls. We heard that Anderson had a good team but the score was Strahan 10 and <Aa- Btrahan, M. Judah and Moore. Moore, Bayes, and H. Laughlin each made two runs and Baldozier. Shaul, M. Laughlin, and Holden made one run each, Edward Plburn, reporter. THEATER MALVKRN; IOWA Four names have been added to the list ot students -who are, taking declamatory. They are as follows: Marian White, Paul Dale Moore, and Donald Plburn, humorous, and Edward Piburn, oratorical, Josephine Dye, reporter, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Smith have moved Into the tenant house of Frank Bellknap and will gather Kansas City with them Tuesday, ton. corn for Howard and Cbas. Kay- PARACHUTE JUMPER with Betty Wis. Added Short* jOo and age. SUNDAY . MONDAY Oct. 22.23 Constance Bennett and Joel McOrne in RED OF ROSES Added Short* lOc and 25c. WEDNESDAY ONLY BARGAIN NIGHT Edmund Lowe and Nancy Carroll in I LOVE THAT MAN Added attraction*. 5c # 10o Well Proved by Miss Looney A •* last week at the Cooking School The ease and certainty with which ^ good results can be obtained from Mai-Go Flow were well proved by Miss Gladys Looney at the Cooking School last week, predate are always uidlono, are tetly milba and ya» are §lwip aaeured of getting sMmnX^ Our gives you guarantee *M Wear* B^V J eViNi lf% $te#s

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