The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on November 30, 1933 · Page 4
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 4

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1933
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PAGE FOUR THE MALVERN LEADER. MALVEft^ IOWA, frOV£MBfett SO, I8SI LOCAL HEWS OP THI INJVULVERN Tout mend* will appreciate having their visits mentioned m the** columns. Phone 100. Mr. and Mrs. Will Piper of VII- ilsca drove over last Wednesday and visited over night with his mother, Mrs. Grace Piper, and his brother, R. K. Piper, in this city Mrs. Frank Rockafellow from north ot Hastings was in Friday and called to advance their subscription another year and also that of their son, Gordon, in Chicago. She said they were expecting Gordon and his wife in from Chicago that evening to spend a Week's Vacation In the old home and neighborhood. Gordon now holds a very responsible position with the Cuneo Press, one of the largest printing establishments in the United States with branches In all ot the leading cities in the east. He is traveling auditor and audits the books ot all their different establishments. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baker ot Movllle came yesterday to visit over Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Short. College students home for Thanksgiving vacation are: Engene Hertz and Marjorle Donner from the State Teachers' college at Peru, Nebr., Max Ireland, Creighton Pharmacy School, Omaha, Dorothy Boehner, Tom Benton, and Bernlce Wilson, University ot Nebraska at Lincoln. day from the eastern part of the state where he has been working the past three weeks appraising farms for the government farm loan projects. He is working in Pottawattamie county this week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis and son, Bobby, of Denver, Colo, who are visiting here, drove to Olenwood Tuesday with their mother, Mrs. O. E. Davis, to visit Glenwood relatives a few hours. Mrs. Dale Kline and sister, Ruth Lindsey, drove to Council Bluffs Saturday. John Clayton came In Friday from the Will Zanders place out north of town where he has been staying for some time past helping out during the corn husking rush. He says that it is sure a nice place to stay. Mrs. Anna KHpatrick, Mrs. Helen Ward, and Clyde Smith of Omaha were dinner guests in the J. A. Fletcher home Thursday evening of last week. Want a lifetime Pen and Penin and leam how and Shoe- Repair adv. ••• E MPRESO THEATER 0 MALVERN. IOWA Thanksgiving Special Thurs., Fri., Sat. Nov. 30, Dec. 1 and 2 Mr. and Mrs. Glendon Wllllafias spent a few days In Kansas City last week. R. K. Piper had business in Omaha Friday. Russell Hall ot the institution executive force in Glenwood was in town Saturday evening greeting old friends and called to order The Leader sent them the coming year. Henry Schnoor from northeast of town was In Saturday evening and called to take advantage of our special subscription offer. He said he had finished up busking his corn last Thursday, the day It snowed. 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. Mrs. Battle Hlmebftugh returned the last of the week from a several weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Gllmore, and family In Chicago. Mrs. Raymond Swanson went to Council Bluffs Sunday where she entered the Edmnndson hospital and on Monday underwent a minor operation. Mrs. Max Frank and Mrs. J. A. Fletcher drove to New Market Monday afternoon. Mrs. Pullln of New Market accompanied them home for a visit in the Frank home. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Davis and son, Bobby, of Denver came in Sunday for a several day* visit In the home of Mr. Davis's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Davis. They expect to remain here until after Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Crozter and daughter, Frances, of Ottumwa spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Eva Durbln. Mrs. E. C. Kayton went to Plattsmouth, Nebr. Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with her sister, Miss Emma DeHart. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Robinson of Mitchell, Ind. came Monday to visit Mrs. Robinson's brother, 8. S. Boord, and family. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cupp and daughter, Marilyn, ot Riverton spent Sunday with her parents, Mr, and MM. Ira Hutchlngs. Mrs. Frank Jnelke and Mrs. Fred Farquhar drove to Omaha Monday 4 afternoon. -, • Mrs.- Pearl' Scale*';ef .Red Oak spent Saturday and Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Lake. Mrs. George F. Salyers, Mr*. R. W. Criswell, Mrs. G. S. Eacrett, and Mrs. Chas. Salyera were guests of the Strahan Ladies' Union at their meeting at the home I of Mrs. Will Bradley last Wednesday. Sidney Larson who has been 111 at the home of his brother in Council Bluffs for the past week resumed his work Monday in the Piatt Barber shop. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strahan left re'cently for Los Angeles, Calif, where they will again make their home. Mr. Strahan has employment there. O. E. Davis and son, Richard, visited in Emerson Monday with relatives and old friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Hlggins ot Walnut and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Allison and Mrs. Vern Allison of Shelby drove down Saturday and spent the day with Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Baer. Mr, and Mrs, Walter Anderson and daughter, Barbara, of Clarinda and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Anderson and little son, Eugene, of Red Oak were guests Sunday in the J. F. Wearin home in Malvern. Oliver Hammers from west of town was in yesterday and made our office a pleasant call. Mr. Hammers said that with good luck they would finish huaking rcorn today. They have their crib* full and a big lot piled on the ground. Mr. and Mrs. Don McClymond ani) two children ot Lacona eame the latter part of last week for a visit with his father, J. R. McClymond, and grandmother, Mrs, L. C. Miller. Don returned home Sunday and Mrs, MeClymond and the children visited here until Wednesday when they, J. R., and Mrs. Miller drove home with them. They will spend Thanksgiving in Indiaoola and Mrs. Mil- Sate o! Christma* Seals. StaHa Sootl After Thanksgiving Will te Mailed Gut.!* cal Chairman in Each Town Since 1925 the Christmas seals have been sold in Mills county first through the school children and later by means ot the mail sales plan. The results have nevei been large, averaging about $260 a year. When one stops to think that there are approximately 3,000 school children in Mills county, this means that about 8 i-3 cents per child was spent through the Christinas seal fund. Let us see what has been accomplished by this sum that at first glance seems too small to do any good. First, first-aid kits were put into every rural and town school, and supplies for these are still President's Proclamation Protection of public health long has been one ot the fundamental responsibilities of Government and in the period of adjustment through which we are now passing that responsibility has increased. In the scheme of recovery, organizations which devote them selves to public health Work are serving the Government by supplementing the activities ot its established health departments. The sale of Christmas seals will open on Thanksgiving Day. They will be sold by two thousand affiliated tuberculosis associations throughout the country. With the proceeds derived from this sale, these associations finance their programs of clinics, nursing, education, rehabilitation and research. I heartily recommend that we continue our support of these activities through the purchase of Christmas seals. Franklin D. Roosevelt. purchased where necessary. Many a child has had first aid treatment that has prevented a more serious wound later on. Before the Christmas seals brought the first aid kits into the school no teacher, unless she bought her own supplies, had the least bit ot anything to use for cut*. bruise*, sprains, etc. After first aid kit* were purchased an organised effort was fostered to have children torn health b*Mt» ^P^PWWP^PP* tt*. a-* ler will vt*U la Pe» Molnes son and family A number of relative* «*i«, fuwu in the Frank 8wobod» home Saturday and Sunday —- there tar a UmUy era health crusade, pamphl and literature of various kinds. Then the Iowa dental plan was organized in the county and many children today nave clean mouth* and teeth in good shape who otherwise might not. Here is an interesting fact — in the first aid kits first purchased were little bottles of o!l-of-cloves for toothache. After the dental plan waa started the teachers had no more use for such a remedy. In fact one teacher used hers to scent some paste she waa making. Is this plan worth while? A nursing service was the next step. As not enough funds were ever available for a permanent nurse a short time nurse has been in Mills county for each of four years. A nurse for a month each year is far better than none at all for she can cheek up on sickly children, visit home* and make constructive suggestions, help teachers in their health teaching, and check on community health. Laat year an eye case was discovered by the nurse that waa corrected immediately by the grateful parents; several tonsil eases caught by the nurse have resulted in better school attendance ability on the part ot the pupil; and such disease* as impetigo have been taken care of. I* such % program worth while? Other result* of the Christmas seal funds are: a share in the splendid radio equipment at Oak* dale. (This i* something that every person in the county should feel good about for the healing qualities of radio are wonderful). Three heart and cheat clinic* have been held in the county with the cooperation of the County Mftd> cal AwocjaUon. e*«e woijf ha* been dose in feceat jt*n a«d tonsils and teetb for th»t have re*uHe4 fft better health. And belter tefeap} efficiency. From the statameatt H Is to cee that ««nr of *eahi ha* 1904. TW* t (Contmtred frota page fait the board decided to recom- rnend for appointment a* sealers the following: Paul Ftammant for ingraham, Oak, and townships; Marys DittttS tw Ahder- son and Indian Creek township*-, Charles Shaw for Deer Creek and White Cloud townships; Lerey Rodman for Rawles and Lyons townships; Lei Roland for Sitter Creek and Center townahfps; E. C. Klncald lor PlatttHle and Glenwood townships. Sealers and board members drove oil to Des Moinea early Tuesday morning for an ail day conference with the secretary of agriculture and members of the state corn-bog committee. Sealers remained over Wednesday for a school to learn their new duties of sealing corn cribs fof the Corn loans. Sealing will start immediately after applications are made for tbe loans and money is eipected to be fashed back to borrowers as soon as possible after blanks hare been filled out. An exceptionally widespread inflationary effect will result front general cooperation with the reduction program as this county will receive approximately $760,000 according to an estimate prepared by County Agent Bruce Kllpatrlck. Basing his figure* on past production Mr. KHpatrick ihows that about $466,000 could be paid hog raisers who cooper* ate and about $286,000 com raisers for the acreage removed from production. These figures are based, of course, on a widespread cooperation with the program. Firemen Called Out by Fast Field Fire Malrern firemen boarded their big truck Monday afternoon and clanged through the countryside to the Frank Robbing farm north east of town where a bad fire had broken out in a cornfield. There they Joined neighbors in battering out the names which, because of the wind, threatened lo scatter to other field* and to take out a considerable length of fence. It was extinguished before much damage could be done. Tom Craig from down Imogene way was in yesterday afternoon and stopped to order The Leader sent him awhile. Mrs. Martin Seipold from north east ot town wa* in yeiterday and called to Vartta MT. VHiNON A few case* of mump* have lately appeared in this locality. Chas. Park* has been husking corn tor W, B. Larlson. Mr*. Eva Wainwrigbt of Des Moinea came last week to vtslt relatives and friend* here and at Glenwood and Pacific Junction until after Thanksgiving. She report* Mrs. A. Will*, a former resident of Malvera, to be in falling health. She is 98 year* old. Oliver Weak since finishing corn busking for Harley Steves- son ha* been trapping muskrat, mink, foxes, and other fur, bearing animal* with considerable success. S, J. Anderson recently had an excavation dug under hi* house and an antl-free?e garage built therein for hi* ear, Seat Marriage Nov. 18: Roger f. Wflllams. 26, lies Hofne*, and Corene F. Befard, 28, Glenwoed. Jack Clements, 21, Sioux City, and Bernlce Rounds, 20, Sioux City. They were married the same day by Rev. L. Jt. Bobbttt In Matter*. Net. Si: Fted H. Kalvelage, 22, Omaha, and Ellen McTaggall, 21, Omaha. They were married the same day by Rev. E. E. Goodrich. Nov. 22: Orle Johnson, 21, Omaha, and Dorothy Adamson, 11, Omaha. They were married the same day by Justice of the Peace Birdelle Wilkins. Nov. 22: Ralph Scott, 21, Mai- vern, and Verna Gordon, 18, Logan. Baptist* Cleaf $37 with Dinner The dinner served by the Baptist people at their church last Thursday evening tinder the direction of the Bleb, cooked and served by the men, was a pro* nounced success. They sold 171 tickets for the dinner and ted all told, including the help, over 200 persons. So far no fatalities re* ported. After deducting expenses they had the nice sum of $J7 clear tor their trouble and all had a good time. Two More Suspects of Bank Robbery Arrested Word was received here the last of the week that two more bank robber suspects had been arrested Wednesday night In Omaha. They are suspected of being partners of Frank Kroy arrested here a week ago charged with the robbery of a bank at Balatan, Minn., Nov. 14. They are Thoma* Steven* of Valley City, N. P. and Leo Miller ot Sioux City. The officer* claim that there I* one more man of the gang »till out to have Sfeatry Mowe* *» «* jfctst ntonth a** fteeoTtftng to Treasttfef ti«tln8' Books f«rt «* new cart have tfeen registered thus far In November: p. J. Gleaton, Glenwood, Chevrolet coaet. Arthur J. chtistansen, cotrscn BInffs, Chevrolet sedan. Frank Fitter, Gienwdea, Chevrolet sedan. . ' H. F. kahl, Mlaeola, Chevrolet coach. ChHs Christiansen, GienWood, Chevrolet coacti. Dean Purcell, Pacific Junction, Plymouth coach. Joe Wearin Cure Home Saturday Joe Wearin was able to be brought home froin the Edmundson hospital last Saturday and now seems to be getting along well, excepting for the trouble he has with hi* leg which give* him excruciating pain at time*. Hi* stomach trouble is much better and he is able to eat most anything he want*. He had the cataract removed from hi* left eye three weeks ago and that Is getting aloag just eft*** Roy E. 6«t»lef , Pastor The Older Bey** «*fl « conference at Emerson last week Wednesday was * *«ry food one again. We were glad (hat there was such a fine group from oar Sunday school. There were twenty-font who registered as coming from our Sunday school. The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society wilt meet with Mrs. Olive Kayton this week Friday at 2i80 p. *». MT*. R. W. Salyers will be the leader. The choir will practice with Mrs. Zelma Fletcher Friday at 7:30 p. m. The services next Sunday win be as follows: Sunday school at 10 and preaching at 11 a. m., Epwotth League it 4 p. m. and the onion teener service at the Methodist chttreh au$ p. m. The sermon subject In toe morning WI1J be "Perilous Bleep." The sermon subject at the union service will be "Fruitful Living/' A vocal duet wilt be rendered by the Misses Phyllis Wilson and Catherine Anderson. We are expecting Quite a large young people'* choir to lead out In the fine. It was a perfect operation congregational singing. Young Mrs. George Otis Died November 25 Mrs. George Oti*. one of the pioneer reaidenta ot Olenwood, died Saturday evening ai her a* u*ual and had town to the afternoon. ' - ' " Funeral service* were bald Wednesday afternoon in the Raynor chapel. She was eighty-three years of age and I* survived by two daughters, Mr*. Nora Austin of Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs. Ruth Conwell of Clarinda. Four sons. Homer Clipson of Tabor, Paul Clipson of Catlin. 1)1., Jame* Clipaon of Lo* Angeles, Calif,, and Floyd Clipson of Miami, Fla., survive her. and he already see* Quite Weil with chance* that he Wilt see lunch better a* time goe* on. This Is the first he ha* been able to see so a* to recognise people for about fifteen year* and it seems marvelous that it is doing so well. He says It i* like getting acquainted with people again when he hasn't been able to see them before for fifteen year*. Here'* hoping that hi* other trouble* clear up a* well a* hi* eye sight. Kline Returns Sunday from Hunt in Northern Michigan Dr. John A. Kline returned Sunday evening after a several day* hunting trip In northern Michigan, going with a group of former school friend*. The expedition covered the wild territory ot the long Michigan penniniula between Lake Superior and Lake Michigan. They found hunting excellent but finding game difficult as an early spurt ot winter had driven the big game elsewhere. Much •now and cold weather was In evidence. Much of the country In which they hunted was so barren ot civilization that travel was only people front all the churches are invited to sing. The first quarterly conference will be next week Tuesday, Dec. 6, in the church at 7:30 p. m. We hope a full attendance of the member* can be present. Sunday the men 1 * organised Bible clan will discuss the question, "Who Wa* or la Christ?" BapUst Church The Bible school slumped a little Sunday. The mump* were partly to blame. Jesus said, "The care* of this world and the de- celtfnines* ot riches would do •uch thing*." Let'* make a 109 and over enrollment Sunday. The attendance at preaching services was excellent Sunday, The day was perfect. Churches •hould have had all seats taken. Thi* I* what I* happening at the 30 missionary rallies in the United State* now — they are having the largest crowd* that have come to religion* meeting* In 20 year*. Let'*, Ilka Paul, "Thank God and take courage." Subject of morning *ermon, "One ot Paul 1 * Last Word* to a Nation." Vesper *ervicea at the Method- Sat church., The pastor of thai We Want a Radio Bosch, Kadette and All -Hakes Radios $25.00 to $40.00. S. CLEM DRUGS **» *§»*, Swobod*'. «ad ten*. frajKU »j»4 W Hartley. Mr autf lira Qurecky ot WUbw, H»h» . Uj *tt« lira. Edward Real EsUte Transfers Record of Instruments filed in the office* of tfte Recorder and Clerk of District Court ef Mill* county, Iowa, from Nor, 3 4931, at 8 a. m,, to J*«r, 7, W33, «l 8 a. m. John A. Anderses to Howard W. Anderson {^ B.) $1 and V. C. J50 aerea IB «*T3-4§ and I- TM4, Robert & Henderson to Jame* A. Henderson <W. P-) ft **d V, •SM !««•*"' 0. the M. & Chftrco. (W, P ) |t »nd V. C. }<$ a$re* in 1 1 and ha* *err«d it* Bftrfna* m*** Another Bargain We were able to purchase more envelopes at a remarkably low cost and are again offering our big envelope bargain. *. * 500 Envelopes with your $150 " *>,*"'*'5» ' • ' -*) "v - j * m • . in corner This can be made lor Friday and Saturday only. Order early as the is vary limited. Envelopes are _ WIEiiftft Y Show to of good quality Again attar WtTrtinrt maiii Hi»l.w,«i». ww W*F *R^"^«|PR SJ4 ™lJffiMJt. &fft Us ****** MTOmfrJi wood, Mta Mury ™^W** flR*^ 1 IT* IP* (Jtntftt, Mia, f . , SMJ*' 1 ** sp 55 * W W?V S^jw^fc 22?^^.^5? ^r

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