The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on October 19, 1933 · Page 5
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MALVfettfr LfeAtteft, MALVfettfr. IOWA, (XTTOBfeR 19, 1&33 PAGE FIVE Phone 200 The Leader is antlons to get news of ALL the social affairs of Malvern and surrounding countryside, if yon give 8 dinner for friends, or a party, or any social function please phone 100 and tell us of it We will appreciate It very much. Please phone as soon after the event as po'sslble. Thank yout St**fc *tte*lay Evening A group of seven girls enjoyed a steak fry in the Candell timber southwest of town Tuesday evening, then returned to the home of Miss Bernice Candell, where they spent the evening playing pinochle and bridge. New* of the Churches Yottng People Have Party at McNnlty Home A group of young people were entertained at the home of Miss Alice McNulty Friday evening, Oct. 13. A delightful evening was spent playing cards and various other games. At the close of the evening delicious refreshments were served. Those present were: Jean Summers, Mary Ellen Summers, An nella Waller, Lorraine Hodges, Edna Mae Lowrey, Helen Hassel- qulst, Florence Swoboda, Mary Marsh, Harriet Bacon, Neva Stog- dlll, and Wahnetta Cox. John Waller Celebrated Birthday John Waller had a birthday last Saturday. To properly celebrate the event he had a big chicken dinner and invited In all his drivers, scoopers, and helpers and their wives. Twenty-two, all told, responded and they sure enjoyed the good dinner and congratulating John upon his birthday and the party. It was a great success. I. 8. D. Mothers' Club Meets in Malvera Members of the I. 8, D, Moth- drove down from Coun- , , „,_„. wembere attended and four guests: Mrs. John Mayberry and .Mrs, Etta Robbing of ' Malvern, Mrs, Kaufman of Guide Rock, Nebr., and Miss Annie Bolen of Colfax. O. E. 8, HM Pot Luck Supper A pot luck supper preceded the regular meeting of Silver Urn Chapter' Order of the Eastern Star held Tuesday evening in the Masonic hall, 'Fifty attended including the members and their families and other guests. A bust* ness session was held by members of the order following the supper and cards furnished entertainment for others present. / Entertain Quests Saturday Evening Mr, and Mrs, Frank 8. HJggins entertained Saturday evening in honor of Miss Gladys j^ooney of Concordte, |Can,, Miss Florence McMillan, and Mr, and Mrs. J. D. McMjliaa of Council Bluffs, Chnrch Henry Dale White, Minister Sunday school at 10. Miss Marion Black, Bnpt. Morning worship at 11. Sermon subject, "Living Epistles." Vesper service at 6. Subject, "Spiritual Freedom and Progress." this is to be a service of inspiration and helpfulness. All are cordially invited to attend. At the close of the Vesper service the officers and teachers of the Presbyterian Sunday school will hold sion. a short business ses* Baptist Church Minister, Lee Roy Bobbin Why not say next Sunday morning as the Bible says: "This is the day the Lord hath made, let us rejoice and be glad in it." Then plan to change plans if yon have made them to stay away from church and Sunday school, and flll our churches and Bible schools. This will double the attendance at church and increase the Bible school one-third. Morning theme, "The Emotions and Tears of Jesus." Vesper services from 5 to 0 at the Presbyterian church. Their pastor will bring the message. The Kensington will meet Thursday with Mrs. L. L. Richardson. Methodist Episcopal Church Roy E. Ougeler, Pastor There was an Increase In the attendance at the union vesper service last Sunday even though It was rainy. We were glad for that and trust that the attendance will continue to grow so that the union services at this beautiful time of the day will be considered successful by all. The special mu sic rendered by the young, people on both Sunday t these A meeting of the official board is called at the church for Thuw- day at 7:30 p. m. There will also be separate meetings of the board of stewards and of the board of trustees, A full attendance is desired. The choir will meet with Mrs. Zelma Fletcher at 7:30 Friday. The choir has been doing faithful and efficient work thus making a very vital contribution to our services. Services next Sunday will be as follows: Sunday school at 10 and preaching at ll a. m.', Epworth League at 4 p. m. and the union vesper service In the Presbyterian church at 5 p. m. with Dr. Henry Dale White preaching. The »er» mon subject in the morning will be "The Christian Code," Mad Good Swifte Sale Afifittfti Sale at fine AtfefAge The tenth annnal sale of pnte bred Hampshire swine held by L. B. Brammeler at his home north of Emerson, Oct. 10, drew a fine crowd and the entire 86 head of spring hoars were sold at an a erage of a little less than $26 pet head. The highest sold brought but $37 so the offering Sold at a pretty even price. But eight head Sold for less than $20 each. The following is the list of buyers and prices paid: C. R. Warren i .__;.. i i,i$24,i Henry Harms ___^ 23.00 Frans Cowden __^ _**_ 19.60 Ramsey ^ . ;._.. 21.00 Jno. C. McKnlght __^a.^_i. 16.00 Carl Lnndeen —*—.^. i . 21.00 Sherm Alien ..«......*» 20.00 Claud Ashby *_^__. **+ 18.00 Gus Tlmtn «..._..___,..** 27,00 H. ttyman ...._.».....* 27.00 F. Mellotte *.*_.._..._*. 20.00 1. F. Weedy »..«...„....... 19.00 Allenwood Stock Farms „» 21.00 J, F. Weedy ..**.......„ 21.00 J. F. Weedy ........... 20.00 O. K. Olson ............ 26.00 C. Confer ...........1.. 24.00 B. Spaedt ............... 26.00 Hense ._....._.. ...... 26,00 L. Hetzel .............. 24,00 Ashby ...... 22.60 8. Killlnger .... . 18.00 F. Mellotte _. ....... 22,00 H. Hyman-. . 24,00 Sam Morgan .... .... 18,00 E. Keist ....... 23,f/0 C. C. Morris ... 22.00 G. C. Freed ... .. 22,00 W. Anderson 27.00 Dalstrom i 26.00 J. H. Slmpsou . ... 29.00 Fred Tino . „ .. 26.00 L. Bishop 28.00 L. Bishop . _. ... 26.00 P. Norton . , 33.00 Dave Flack .... 37.00 C. B. Letter 21.00 Bert Green . 22.00 W. Hurst 24.00 H. E. Lundstadt .„ 28.00 Guy M. Brlggg ... 24.00 B. M. Spragg 24.00 Harry Miller „__„ 30.00 Ben Gudgel . . 24.00 Ramsey . 23.00 Sunbarger ...... 26,00 Lawrence Boyer , 26.00 W. H. AllUon 88.00 Sunbarger --- ,,. ------- 29.00 Get Marriage License Earl olatterbuck, 23, Malvern, and Mildrt>d Moore, $0, Strahan, were issued 8 marriage license at Clarinda last week. Look and wear like new, too. Just Coat Shieldi Ve.t Shield to eliminate w«ap around the arraholes and save the linings PftnU-Kuff Tape Nu-Seati Nu>PockeU new they'll last twice as Jong, H. R, Buckner „„_,.«,,„_ 28.00 A. Lundstadt >__ „„ 86,00 L. B. Luhrs —__,^__,_ - 29,00 Geo, Gruber , , 29,00 Joe McLain _„ .,__.__, 33,00 Allen Tacket „ „ , 84,00 H. W, Miller „„»„._„ 28,00 Merrill Shook , T «_,,_,__ 85,00 Homer Waldon „ 86,00 Miller „ 26,00 J, F. Wearin « w »»_^_^,^_ 26,00 John McRnight , „„ 17.50 June FJckel ,»,„. 87,00 Reed Bailey . ,_ w , 24,00 Frank Nook „ „ 88,00 Earl Brunning „„.. 83,00 Frans Cowden -„,„•„ 81,00 L. W, Pogge 26,00 Frans Cowden „,„.„„,. __ 88,00 E. Spade ,. ........ . ___ 2B ,oo A, Burgoin „„„ — ^,,,,_ 86.00 L. W. Bogge 23.00 __ . Ralph Pease „_, _______ 85,00 H- E. Luhrs ^,, ---- -„„„,. 83.00 Elmer Flchter „ ___ ,„„_, 81,00 W. H, Andj-ath ^^_,,,,_ 27.00 A, Ely .„. ----- „— „ 80,00 E. G. Andersoa „„,„ ___ 26.00 C, Cowden *,-,„»,. — ,_,_ 18.00 H. Leader , --- „„,. __ ,„ __ 26.00 J. A, Rousch ,, T ,,,,,,^. 86.QO w. o. Turner »,»,„_„,_„ 22.00 » — — ...... " L. Moore ,,^_.,,^ r ,, 23.90 OAKS . Mrs. 14<tt<* Mr. end Mrs, and ehlldreB, i^r Oarroil &n4 aon Q. Mahan home ia Couacli Mrs. H«ry Sjsh}U} 8g Hastings S4@aw«o4 ft* Henry &chtmn f Jla Hicks reluraed lra» » few 4»y 9 ago, Hte eve* Mrs, Georgia la frspw Iftrt Mrs, u«r& H&u i» at Uo»e m. and Mrt. Eddie Cart-oil came of from Oaks, O*ta. last •free!. He to to fchnck corn for Marlon Mafcan. Mr*. Carroll is a sister of Mr. Malrtn. Forrest Warren and children, Rex and Barbara lean, and Doris and Verft Warren and Mat Barden oi Wsee, Jtet>r. were weekend visitors tft tfca Georgia Wilkinson, Orvftl Warren, and L. E. Brammeler homes. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Vtner, Leslie Anderson, and Byron Vlner were among the Shenandoah visitors lFTtAt.fi Mefvtn Vlner and Hazel Van- naasdale attended a shower gives fof Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vannan sdale at the M. E. church in Emerson Saturday evening. They received man? nice presents, Lather Wright of Klrkwood, 111. tlslted his cousin, Ralph Cole Saturday evening Brammeler home. in the L. E. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Bramtneler a«d Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Castor were in Omaha the first of last week, they thtted Mr*. Brain- iaeier's sister, Mrs. Bessie Braden, a patient In the University hospital. Mr. and Mrs. lira Wilkinson were Omaha visitors Monday afternoon. Henry Crecellus and son, Ray, of Grant City, Mo. attended the L. E. Brammeler hog sale and the next day went to work near Glenwood. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Brammeler and Helen Godson were In Omaha and Council Bluffs Saturday and visited Mrs. Braden at the hospital. Mrs. Earl Zundel spent last week visiting in the Henry Schilling home. Mr .Zundet was husk- Ing corn for Marion Mahan. Leader Want Ads pay and pay. Mf. VERNON ered and stored 145 troshels of potatoes last Saturday. Mrs. G. F. Wills went to Anderson last Wednesday to visit ! Hate Family Reunion Frank Decker family gath- ~. ,. * her daughter. Mrs. W. C. \ander- ered Bt tne nome of Mr an(1 pool, and family. She returned Saturday accompanied by Mrs. Vanderpool and children who; Gllhert Wilhelm Sunday where a very pleasant day was passed. At sumptuous dinner Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Decker and Guy; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Decker and fam- stayed over night and then went: spread to wnN . h a n aid Justice, to Hastings to visit relatives. i Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Danford were callers on G. F. Will? and . _ _ family last Saturday evening » s i n'y; "M r . "and MrB. Arch" Decker ____ «*i * ._ rrrtt t__*._«.«(* p and family; Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Decker and family; Mr. and Mrs. R. Glebe and family of Sargent Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bolte. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Decker i of Mlnroln, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Gil- Many Mt. Vernon farmers | bMt ^llhelm and sons, started their corn husking last Monday. W. A. Bower and sons assisted by Tom and Robert Wills gath- was Miss Ijorena Wills who returned to Pacific Junction with them. Miss Wills was suffering from an infection on her fare and came to Malvern for treatment by Dr. Kline. • Sliver ' I City Times. Read the ads. They are addresaeil you personally, Wheat Production and Acreage Statement, Mills County WHEAT PRODUCTION AND ACREAGE STATEMENTS or MEMBERS OF THE WHEAT PRODUCTION CONTROL ASSOCIATION OF MILLS COUNTY, STATE OF IOWA Hie following is a statement of the production and planted Acreages of wheat in the years 1930-31 and 32, and planted acreage lot 1933 of producer* (of) Milk County who have submitted application« for farm allotments. This publication is made in compliance with the regulations of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration. It is made so that a check may be made on all state- inetvt claims, and BO that reports may be made to the county Wheat Production Control Association on any inaccuracies which may appear in> the statements. The allotment for this county has been definitely calculated PLATTVILLE—OLENWOOD TOWNSHIPS Community Committee: Charles W. Karr, Allen Watte, Harry F, Kuhl, JOHN H. BANTRUP—Sec. 29-20, 200 A: 1930—60 A., 1,600 bu.; 1931—35 A., 840 bu.; 1932—70 A., 1,680 bu.; 3-yr. av.—66 A., 1.000 bu.I 1933—30 A. CHARLES P. FISHER—Sec. 2813-34, 41, 5GO A.: 19110—240 A., 4,679 bu,; 1931—100 A,, 4,039 bu,; 1932—— A., -— bu.; 3- yr. av.—114 A., 2,800 bu.; 1933 A. from official records of the United States Department of Agricul ture, and IB 111,207 bushels. This i g the total allotment for the county. Therefore, if any farmer receives a greater allotment - AK than his past production warrants, he i. thus depriving other farm- A 'i R1 A i Knn ^ —46 A,, 1,500 . on 1BB ' 6n in this county of their just share. Total production figures of those who apply for contracts, together with those who do not, must be consistent with the official county production as shown by the records of the United States Department of Agriculture. If the county totals are greater than the official totals, it will be necessary to make a downward adjustment. Any person, may make a confidential report if he finds any statement here which he believes to be inaccurate. Such reports should be made to the community or county Allotment Committee, either in writing or verbally, The reports will be strictly confidential. A farmer whose statements are said to be inaccurate will need to prove his production figures. Farmers have been aslced to furnish evidence of sale, such as threaherman'v certificates, elevator certificates, or other records and receipts. Satisfactory evidence will be required of any farmer whose statement ie questioned. The following statements have been condensed to save space. "A." represents acres planted and "bu." represents bushels harvested. The "3-year average" represents the 3-year average acreage and production of 1930-32. Farmers should refer any questions regarding this publication to their Community Committee or the County Allotment Committee. (Signed) JOHN R. CLARK, Chairman', County Allotment Committee. , ^ ANDERSON^ TOWNSHIP uJweei-'John. ' AJJLEN8WORTH—Sec. 29-30~31, 860 A.; 1930—12 A,, 300 bu.; 1931—26 A., 1,144 bu.; 1982—«6 A., 440 bu.; 3-yr. av.— 21 A., 628 bu.; 1933—#6 A. CHAlRfJES W. BYKRS — Sec. 9,^8-4, 380 A.; 1930—33 A., 729 bu.; 1931—38 A., 900 bu,; 1932 —35 A,, 696 bu.; 3-yr. av.—3S A., 776 bu.; 1933—44 A. EDWARD N. CATTBRLIN—Sec. 14, 150 A.! 1930—80 A,, 1,384 bu,; 193il—30 A.. 885 bu.; 1938 **-— T» A., --— bu.i 3-yr. av.— 20 A., 7'56 bu.; 1933—.,-- A. JOHN R, OLARK—Sec. 17, 200 A.: 19<30—4Q A., 1,280 bu,; 1931 —40 A., 1,330 bu.; 1932—30 A,, 670 bu.; 8-yr, av,—37 A,, 1,093 bu,; 1983—30 A, AUGUST D; DUYSEN — Sec. 5, 304 A.: 1930—60 A., 1,890 bu.; 1931—30 A- 600 bu,;; 1932'40 A,, 1463 bu; 3-yr, av.—43 A., ~i« bu; 1983—42 A. B, FJCKEiL & SONS — Sec. i0-iO-*89. 31 and 36, 762 A.: 1930—77 A., 2,587 bu.; 1931— 55 A., U76; 1932 — -,,, A., *»« bu.s S^yr. av,—44 A., 1,320 bu,}- 1933—5 A, RAY 0, kATHROP—iSec, 16, 320 A,: 1930—80 A., 854 bu.; 1931 ^,75 A,, J,8g6 bu.; 193'2—71 A., 1.706 b« l? 3,yr, av.—75 A., 1,46? bu,; J983W71 A, J:' HA»VBY H. USLE-^Sec. 31-8261, 650 A.: 1930—256 A., 6,169 bu.; 1»31—240 A., 5,193 bu; 1932 —230 A., 2,920 bu.; 3-yr. av.— 242 A., 4,427 bu.; 1983—246 A. W. J. REW—Sec. 2, 239 A.: 1930 —40 A., 880 bu.; 1931—40 A., 760 bu.; 1932 A., bu.; 3-yr. av,—27 A., 547 bu.; 1933 LEWIS L. RiOBBENS — Sec. 82, 290 A.: 11930—145 A., 3,400 bu,; 1931—135 A., 2,700 bu.; 1932—110 A., 1,980 bu,; 3-yr, av. —130 A., 2,693 bu.; 1933—85 A. JAMBS M. SOWERS — Sec. 18, 200 A.: 1930—20 A., 470 bu,; 1931—20 A., 333 bu,; 1932—20 A., 285 tu,; S-yr. av,—20 A,, 363 bu,; 1933—20 A. GEORGIA E. WILKINSON—Sec. 23, 200 A.: 1930—60 A., 1,200 bu; 1931—40 A., 1,000 bu,; 1932 —10 A,, 700 bu.; 'S-yr, av.—47 A., 967 bu,; 1933 A. JAMES T. WILKINSON — Sec. 23, 200 A.; 1930—40 A,, 800 bu.; 1931—35 A- 700 bu.; 1932 —55 A., 1,000 bu,; 3-yr, av,— 43 A,, 833 bu.; 1933—82 A. JOHN W. WILSON—Sec, 83, 24, 26, 26, 29, 30, 666 A.; 1930— 36 A., 1,080 bu.; 1931—74 A,, 2,590 bu,; 1932>—20 A,, 400 bu-l 3,yr, av,—44 A., 1,867 bu,; 1983 IOQB 1932— 46 _ io«i 810 bu.; 3-yr. av.—46 A., 1,265 bu.; 1933 A. JACK GILMORE—Sec. 35. 160 A.: 1930 — 00 A., 1,500 bu.; 1931—30 A., 900 bu.; 1932—60 A., 1,080 bu.; 3-yr. av.—50 A., 1,160 bu.; 1933—60 A. C. T. HUBBELLr—Sec. 34, 120 A.: 1930 A bu.; 1931 —60 A., 1,660 bu.j 1932—80 A., 1,800 bu.; 3-yr. av.—47 A., 1,120 -Sec. 28, bu.; 1933—40 A. JOHN W. JOHNSON- 160 A.: 1930—10 A., 1,080 bu.j 1931—40 A., 1,378 bu.; 1932— A., bu.; 3-yr. av.—27 A., 819 bu,; 1933 A. W. H. JOHNSON—Sec. 7, 213 A.: 1930—27 A., 1,080 bu,; 1931—36 A,, 1,060 bu.; 1932—32 A., ft40 bu.; 3*yr. av.—31 A., 923 bu.; 1933 A. BUL1S W. KARR—Sec. 17, 160 A.: 1930—38 A,, 756 bu.l 1981 —35 A., 740 bu.; 1932—— A., bu.j 3-yr,av—25 A., 498 bu.; 1933 A. CHAJVLES W. KARR — Sec. 8, 212 A.t 1930—60 A., 1,750 bu.; 1931—36 A., 1,060 bu.; 1932— 30 A., 900 bu.; 3-yr. av.—38 A., 1,234 bu.; 1933 A. HARRY F. KUHL—Sec. 24, 240 A.: 1930—70 A., 1,200 bu.j 1931 —15 A., 1,100 bu.; 1932—40 A., 600 " ' — bu. bu.'; 3-yr. avi—62 A., 963 1933—40 A. U U * i A V U U— —* V *» * J. W. KUHI*—Sec. 12, 266 A.: 1030—100 A., 2600 bu.} 1931— 110 A., 3,600 bu.; 1932—45 A., 800 bu.; 3-yr. av.—88 A., 2,300 bu.; 1933—45 A. Strickland, W. H.—Sec. 19, 160 A.: 1930—10 A., 720 bu.S 1931 —40 A., 800 bu.; 1932—40 A., 760 bu.; 3-yr. av.—40 A., 760 bu.; 1933—40 A. JOHN W. WRIGHT—Sec. 36, 630 A.: 1930* A bu.; 1931 A., bu.; 1932— 123 A., 2,214 bu.; 3-yr. av.—41 A., 738 bu.; 1933—123 A. DEER CREEK Committee 1 . IvanBalraona, W. S. Llston, John O. Community Russell. GBO. and CHARLES DABNBY —Sec, 10-11, 240 A.: 1930—40 A,, 600 bu,; 1931—20 A., 300 —22 A, CREEK, OAK, CENTER, JNORAHAM TOWNSHIPS Committee; J, N. Summers, R. K, Henderson., J, $ Steele, I, ». ANOBMON & SONS—Sec, , 320 A,; 1930—13 A., 481 A-, 800 b«.; 1932 bu,; 3,yr. sv— 20 A., A., 749 bu,; 1933^-40 A, HENRY T, BfJATTJB-«ec, §68«, 171 A,? 1930 — ,.- A-, — bu.; l&3i— 40 A., 1,000 bu.; WS2^4ft A., 960 b«,j S»yr, ftv.— 37 A.. 650 bu,; 1933-4Q A. -87, 180 A,; 193(U*&6 £,, 540 bu.; 1931 " ' "" b tt ,j 1888— A., •yr, ay«4§ A., 807 . bu. PA 1 4-, _.. 'f bu.! i bu,{ IIJMU,*,,,*, 4,' ROBERT HENPSRSON «. See. 31-32, 455 A.: 1980—36 A., 828 bu.; 19.31—14 A., 350 bu,; 193? —25 A,, 625 bu.{ 3Tyr, av.—26 A., 601 bu.; 1933—g$ A, J. M, STEJSLE^Sec, 26, 21, 2*8. 34, 29, 580 A.; 1930—80 A., 2,220 bu,; 1931—80 A-, 2,f " bu.; 1932—80 4., 3,400 b»,j yr. av.—80 A., 2,873 ,bu.; —55 A. HA'RLEY STEVENSON-^-Sec, 86, 243 A.: 1930—86 A., 348 bu,; 1931 A- —- btt,; l&32i* 20 A., 246 bu.; 3Tjrr. av-^15 4-, i?- 198 bu.; 1938—26 AA.; J. N. SUMMERS—Sec. 2Q-£9, 400 av.— 87 A,, 412 bu.; 1988—80 A. PRANK O. KOCHERSPERQBR — Sec. 13, 240 A.: 1930 — 60 A., i 1696 bu,; 1931 -- A., — bu.; 1932 -- A., — bu,; 3-yr. av. — 20 A., 632 bu,; 1933 — — • A. W. M. LAUGHLIN — Sec. 36, 240 A.: 1930—47 A.. 1092 bu.; 1931—42 A., 867 bu.; 1932—84 A., 404 bu.; 3-yr, av. — 38 A., 766 bu.; 1933 — 28 A. WILLIAM S. LI8TON— Sec. 25, 240 A.: 1930—40 A,, 1150 bu.; 1931—40 A., 1044 bu,; 1932—40 A,, 964 bu.; 3-yr, av. — 40 A., 1049 bu.; 1933 — 60 A. DEAN W, McLAIN— Sec. 1112. 240 A.. 1930—80 A., 400 bu.; 1931 — 20 A., 400 bu.; 1932 — 80 A., 600 bu,; 3-yr. av. 20 A., 467 bu,; 1933—20 A. JERRY F. MAKER—Sec. 26, 276 A.: 1930—26 A., 466 bu.; 1931—86 A., 670 bu.; 1932^-44 'A,, 186'bu,j S-yr^ftY,—?aj| Air*?* ' bu.r 1933—36 A. ,' • •=• - ; "' • JOHN O. RUSSELL—Sec. 4-9, — A.: 1930—— A., —bu.; 1931 A., — bu.; i;932—16 A., 300 bu,; 3-yr, av.—5 A., 100 bu.; 1933—21 A. IVAN SALMONS—Sec. 2, 80 A.: 1930—13 A.. 334 bu.; 1931 —13 A., 400 bu.; 1932—13 A,, 216 bu.; 3-yr. av.—13 A., 316 bu.; 1933—13 A. IVAN SALMONS—Sec. 3, 80 A.: 1930—13 A- 364 bu.; 1931 —13 A,, 370 bu.; 1932—13 A.. 227 bu.; 3-yr. av.—13 A., 320 bu.; 1933—13 A. IVAN SALMONS—Sec. 2, 80 A.: 1930—13 A., 404 bu.; 1931 —14 A., 385 bu.; 1932—14 A., 302 bu.; 3-yr, av.- bu.; 1933—14 A. -14 A., 364 Community Committee: Geo. M. Graves, A. B. Hubbell, Carl R. Phelps. REX W. AISTROPE—Sec. 19-.—80 A.. 1400 bu.; 3-yr. av.—80 35-83, 360 A.: 1930—30 A.. 760 bu.; 1931— — A., — bu.; I'SSS —45 A-, 730 bu.; 3-yr, av.—25 A., 493 bu.; 1933— — A, PREP M. ALLEY—Sec, 23-24, 856 A.: 1930—11 A., 343 bu,; 1931—80 A-. 520 bu.; 1932—40 A., 480 bu.; 3-yr. av.—84 A., 414 bu.; 1933—11 A. FAY BUCKINGHAM—Sec. 2188, 140 A.: 1930—55 A., 1500 bu.; 1831—56 A., 1600 bu.; 1932 —65 A., 1500 bu.; 3-yr. av.—55 A-. 1500 bu.; 1933—55 A. CHARLES M. PBLAVAN—Sec. 29-30, 252 A.: 1930—30 A., 586 bu,; 1931—60 A., 1898 bu.; 1932 —66 A- 828 bu.; 3-yr, av.—55 A,, 880 bu-J-1933—14 A- HARRY H, PUVAL—Sec. 18, 800 A,: 1930—88 A., 440 bu.; 1:981—36 A.. 385 bu.; 1938—65 A., 1105 bu.; 3-yr, av.-^-48 A-, 668 bu.; 1933—80 A. AUBREY 0, Q4RRBTT—See. 84ra, 280 A.: 1930—80 A., 1700 bu.j 1931—80 A- 1600 bu.; 1938 A., 1533 bu,; 1933—70 A. E- L- GLAPWIN—Sec. 36, 189 A,: 1930—62 A., 900 bu.; 1931 —47 A., 1115 bu.; -1932—32 A., 400 bu.; 3-yr. av—44 A-. 806 bu.; 1933—20 A. GEO, M. GRAVES—Sec. 8-17, 498 A,: 1930—110 A.. 3588 bu.; 1931—110 A., 3786 bu,; 1938— 40 A., 914 bu.; 3-yr. av.—87 A., 2748 bu.; 1933 A. J. N, SEVERN—Sec. 24, 156 A-: 1930—18 A,, 408 bu.; 1931 —87 A., 765 bu,; 1938—87 A., 600 bu,; 3-yr. av.—32 A., 591 bu.; 1933—15 A. ROSWELL J- STOUDER—sec. 16, 888 A.: 1930—70 A- 8100 bu.; 1931—60 A., 2200 bu.; 1932 —44 A., 800 bu.; 3^yr. av.—56 A., 1700 bu,; 1833—37 A. ROY WRIGHT & SONS—See. 9.10, 386 A.: 1930—217 A., 8308 bu.; 1931—803 A., 5835 bu.; 1838—168-A., 3318 bu.; 3-yr. av. r-196 A., 4868 bu.; 1933— IU A* WHITE OI4OVB Community Committee: CUas. Gipe, A. L- Lovell, Zeno Bass. ;.. A., * 761 . —65 A., 1,950 bu,; 1.500 bu,: 3-yr- b«,; 1933—50 A- A., A.« 1.8QO INDIAN CllKJKJS " ' bei-i J. Beutou, Warreu L. Homey* 4-. 868 Uu.; 3-yr. av. J888 18 4., 888 MU4.KR— 8eo. 4.. A- HBNRY P. V, AI8TROPE— gee. 17, 840 A.: 1930—17 A., 787 bu.; 1931—88 A., 646 b«.; 1988—80 A., 487 bu,; 3-yr. 6Y, —80 A., 600 b«.; 1838—38 A. ALBERT M. ARMSTflflNQ— See, 8,7, 360 A-: 1880~J48 A,, 881 bu.; 1981—48 4., 684 b^; 1888—48 A., 1110 bu.; 3»yr. av, —48 A., 818 bu.; 1888—43 A. 2ENQ BASS—Sec. 84-83-48-87 1118 A.: l»80—40 4-« 680 bu,; 1181—160 4-« 8660 hu,; J»82— 88 4., 460 bu.; 8-yr, »¥.—78 4., 1880 bu.; 1988—8 4. EUMER ft BR4»M»»—8»0. 16, 600 4.: CHARLES L. KILPATR1CK— Sec. 33, 186 A.: 1830—60 A., 1683 bu.; 1831—60 A., 1688 bu.; 1888—?6 A., 780 bu.; 3-yr, av. —49 A,, 1388 bu.; 1833—86 4. ALVA L. LQVELL—Sec. 87, 637 4.: 1980—160 A., 1650 bu.; 1831—150 A.. 8878 bu.; 1938— 150 A-, 8086 bu.; 3-yr. uv.—150 A., 8341 bu.; 1838—145 A. R. B. PARKER—Sec. 11-12-1, 345 A.: 1830—48 A., 800 bu.; 1981—40 A., 700 bu-; 1888—41 4,, 600 bu.; 3-yr. uv.—41 4., 667 bu,; 1838—86 A. ROBB1N8 BROS—Sec, 34-3887-86, 784 A,: 1880—380 4., 880 bu,; 1881—856 A,, 7880 bu.i 1888—866 4., 6166 Uu,; 8-yr. av. —867 A., Till bu,; 1838—400 *D. W. THOMAS—Sue, 4. 4.: 1»30~-UO A., 4100 J«n—UO 4.. 5UO bu.; II 140 4., |Uft bu.; »-x». »v., Ai.«uteMia- >».....»«..— A;, Kw^: 1 " _. *• IS 4.. 444 310 UT

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