The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on November 30, 1933 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1933
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.AGEElGHt ffffi MALVfett?? iUitm MMVHtfc fOWA, rfdVEMfcfeft 3tt. S T R A H A N Ladies' Union al A* Will Bradley Moth* Mrs. Witt Bradley and Minn fnes Bradley entertained the La dies' Union last Wednesday after Boon at the home of the latter There was a splendid attendance Plans to assist the ones made needy from the recent fires were made during the business meet Ing after which Mrs. Cnnninghan tare a report on the lectnre of Rev. Stanley Jones at Omaha Games were played and Jig-saw puzzles worked. This, with visiting completed the afternoon. At the close the hostesses served refreshments of lettuce sandwiches mashed potatoes, creamed chicken, apple pie a la mode, and coffee. Several ladles came down from Malvern for the occasion Including Mrs. Oeo. F. Salyers. Mrs. Robert Crlswetl, Mrs. G. S. Eacrett, and Mrs. Chas. Salyers. Mrs. Sadie War field of Laurel, Mont, was also a guest. The next regular meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Ben Coien Dec. 6. She will be assisted In serving by Mrs. John Cunningham. Strahan Church Notes Regular services next Sunday morning. It Is hoped all .will be on time. Every one will ettjoy the singing of the young people In their special numbers. We will have our Harvest Sunday services at Climax with basket dinner at noon and Homer Coppock of Shenandoah speaking in the afternoon. The Strahan people who will are asked to join us in the services at Climax for the day. We begin our special evangelistic News of the Strahati Consolidated School Declamatory Elimination Contests Held Tuesday The oratorical and dramatic divisions of the declamatory work held their elimination contest Tuesday night at the school house. The four oratorical speakers chosen for the final contest Were Edward Piburn, "Unknown"; Lulu Bradley, "What Think Ye of Christ?"; Delmas Costello, "Vengeance is Mine"; Richard Barnard, "Prospects Good." In dramatic the four chosen were Dorothy Wilson, "The Valiant"; Norma Shanl, "Mothers of Men"; Anna Rose Bass, "The Show Must Go On"; Marjorle Laughlln, "Within the Law." The contest was well attended. The humorous division was forced to postpone Its elimination contest which had been planned for Thursday night until Monday night, Nov. 27. meetings services. there with Sunday's At Climax each one Is asked to bring some gift for the hospital — either cash, canned goods or eggs — to help us care for our apportionment for the hospital to help it to continue to care for the sick poor who can not get care In other ways. Each year the institution Is called on to care for a number of children whose parents are too poor to provide medical care. A small gift from each one in each church of the conference will be a big help to the hospital and consequently to a large number of sick needy folks. J. A. E. Cunningham, pastor. The insurance adjuster came to the Raymond Laughlln place last Friday to check over their logs from the recent flre which destroyed their home. After a thorough check up Mr. Laughlln Fifteen Attend Conference Fifteen of the high school students attended the Older Boys' and Girls' conference at Emerson Wednesday. The girls' quartet, including Norma Shaul, Dorothy Wilson, Anna Rose Bass, and Lorraine Olson, sang two numbers. Margaret Angus and Norma Shaul were in the play. Two Awarded Trip to Royal Livestock Show Paul Shaw and Dale Nlms were awarded prizes for superior project work in vocational agriculture. The prizes consisted of a free trip to the American Royal Livestock show at Kansas City, Mo., awarded by the Wabash railroad, and banquets and free admission by the American Royal show. The boys reported a fine time. Mr. Coxon went with them. Girls Win, Boyg Lose The boys' and girls' basketball teams of Strahan journeyed to Silver City last Friday. The girls' game ended with Strahan 27 and Silver City 7. The boys' game ended with Strahan 17 and Silver City 35. Our next game will be with Pacific Junction there. Edward Piburn, reporter. High School News Six weeks exams' are over again; consequently physics stu- Tf^™ >V « 5 n lndem " u ' r of I dents are breathing sighs of re$434,60. Mr. Bass is fitting up a ( u e f building on the farm so that Mr. i think that 1 shall never see and Mrs. Laughlln can reside. A grade 80 woatul M a » D ... there until the first of March, j A ..„.. whose gpUefll , face , ooks Too much praise cannot be sung • for the prompt and efficient response of the Malvern fire department who by their unrelenting efforts saved the other buildings from will spring. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kayton, Geo. Curtis, Mrs. Roy Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wilson, Mr, and Mrs. Ray Hilton and Mr. and Mrs. George Gee attended the funeral of Mrs. John Dllts at Randolph last Tuesday, out And puts my week-end plans to route; A "D" that may in fall or spring Be such a hateful, dreadful thing Snt>t. and Mrs. Ly#n DaUtgAt and three children Of tfte Cottfr consolidated school were Stfada dinner pnests In the home Snpt. and Mrs. Beft Coien. Mr. and Mrs. Fred frewell. Mr and Mrs. Jesse Wilson aftd gfatsd daughter, Dorothy Nagel, antoe to Des Mofnes Sunday for a vfsft In the home of Mr. and Strt Clyde Wilson and to get acquaint ed with the little new grand daughter, Doris Valeria Wilsot They returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Dale Langhlin, a.n< Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jonnson at tended the funeral ot the! cousin, Roy P. Johnson, at Ran dolph Sunday, Chas. Gipe, M. C. Woodflll, and Arthur Cole were In Des Molnei Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Mercel Thomas and family ot near Emerson were Sunday evening visitors in the Oscar Bellknap home. Mrs. Emmett Gipe accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G Cole, to Omaha last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Conrad very pleasantly entertained the families of the S. H. D. club at their home southeast of Strahan Saturday evening. The evening was spent with cards, two tables being used, and with visiting. Later In the evening oysters, celery, pumpkin pie, and coffee were served. All report a very enjoyable evening. Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Bass and daughters, Mrs. Walter Roberts and Anna Rose, autoed to Tarklo Sunday to visit Karl Bass and all attended gether. church services to- WESLEY CHAPEL 13 Plate pair And plagues my weary heart with care. All other folks get "A" or "B," But oh! alas, I get a "D." Fifth and Sixth Grades Joyce Thomas and Cleo Jones have both been out of school the past week on account of illness. Both are back now, We are beginning to practice on the Christmas program that the grades are going to put on. There will be about 35 children In it. G RANT Battery U*vc we been able to offer » risiutwltftble ««4 snappy battery »t tUis ridiculously low price. plates a little thinner, of course, but made from the same bigU grade material, and assembled iu the sane sort ot «pUd and durable, ene-plece containers as Qraut batteries wiling at oae to two dollars higher B&Uwiea ar* wade la type*, »&d atie** ler Ante* a, Track* &»4 BU&&B, guaranteed up to two. udtn* OJB tue L.e{ U* WPIr * ™ ™ iH^^s^^l^^H^^ww w- Mra. Walter Roberts of Troy is a guest in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Bass. She accompanied Mr, and Mrs. Dan Howell here who were en- route to their home at Cameron, Wyo. after visiting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hob' erts, at Troy. They with their two children visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bass for a day or two before continuing their Journey, Supt. Walter Huberts of the Troy school will join his wife here for vacation over Thanksgiving Harvest Home Sunday was observed at Wesley Chapel by special music furnished by Mrs. Ward Fickel, Mrs. June Fickel, Claude Wilson, and Rev. Kesblt. The next meeting of the Wesley Ladles' Aid will be Dec. 6 at Mrs. John Clark's in place of Dec. 13 as published in last week's Leader. Mrs. Arthur Leu and children ot Tabor are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Max Leu. Miss Nellie Wilson, teacher at Golden Hill school, gave a Thanksgiving program and box supper at her school Tuesday evening. Mrs. Bert Fickel has been seriously sick the past week but shows some improvement at this time. Lenore Simmons is caring for her. Donald ot Lincoln, Nebr., Hugh of Malvern, and Faye of Hastings have been with their mother, and Mrs. Fickel's brother, Wilbur Oaylord, of Omaha was down Wednesday. Mrs. Ray Plumb, Mrs, Ezra Plumb, Mrs. Ida Fickel, Mm. Geo. Parker, and Mrs, Nesbtt attended the Ladies' Aid pot luck luncheon in Henderson Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. June Fickel drove to Des Molnes Saturday and consulted Governor Herring in regard to the road construction from No. 34 west to Wesley Chapel. The work of graveling It will start as soon as the necessary grading is completed. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Parker and children and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Faust visited their daughter, Mrs. Clifford Clay, and family Sunday at Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilson who have been visiting their parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Wilson, and other relatives and friends returned to Vega, Texas last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Parker and boys visited her parents, Mr, and Mrs. H. Winslow, at Tabor Sunday. Rev. and Mra. Thomas and Elwood of Bagley drove down Monday to see Mrs. Bert Fickel. They returned home the same evening. The Thomases are well pleased with their new charge. THERE CRAYNE! Here's Dick Crayne of Fair* field, sensational University of owa sophomore fullback, whose ilunges and shifty sprints taxed pponents this season. The 180-pound Crayne, who can start fast, pick holes, and whip swiftly Into open territory aided by great blocking, has averaged more than five yards per trial this season. LOCAL SPORTS day. Rev. John Cunningham and Mrs. Zeno Bass accompanied the boys and girls who attended the conference of the Older Boys' and Girls' held at Emerson last Wednesday. Those who took part iu the program were Norms Shaul and Margaret Angus lu the play, Anna Rose Bass, Norma Shaul, Dorothy Wilson, and Lorraine Olson who sang and others were Virgil Hawrnack. Frederick Newell, Earl Watts, Richard Bernard, Leon LemiUQnds, Dale HiU- yer, Glove-ana Cunningham, Mrs. Hermit nillyer, and T&ora iUughatu «« pUttlat. Mr, ttud Hr». Hugh JJ<ipa|n awl sou Ray Hilton, Mr». E<J Mr. and, Mr, , Hovtift Ksnoa, MM} Virgjl Curll* atteudad ol Rojr P. Jouuwa at tad a M, UUU dtttttM IUMU la ikf ' Mfr WesJey-Henderson M. E. Church Notes K. K. Nesbitt, Pastor Wesley Sunday school at 10. Worship service at 11. Henderson Sunday school at 10. Epworth League at 6:80. Junior League at 6:30, Worship service at ?:30. Choir rehearsal Thursday evening. We urge every one to bring a pot luck lunch to tbe Wesley church on Thanksgiving night and enjoy a community supper with their neighbors. Supper is to be served at 7 o'clock, 4 spUn* did program will he given. Martin's Little Symphony orchestra will render a symphony entitled "The Fairy Princess." L^s and Tacey Wilson wij) sins; a duet. Mrs. Awlck of Henderson will give B, reading. Please rewewher the iou services to be held Oeo. 8 at both Wesley a«4 Headers^, At th« Oilers, Plymouths Still Undefeated Just Two Teams Survive After Second Session of Volleyball Teams fell right and left Monday evening as volleyballlsts got nto the second night of compe- ition in the Community building. As the smoke ot battle cleared away only two teams, the Oilers and Plymouths, remained undefeated, a '••'. ; Referee Edgar Perdew ' struck a new note of certainty at tbe session by lugging in an up-to- date rule book, tbe first ever used by the highly Individualistic athletes. Members of the several earns, noting the new opportun- ty for infractions, began immed- ately to break all possible rules with customary relish. Salyers Auto team, which had to forfeit its first game, encountered the Cold Storage Monday in the first set of the evening and brought that group to time after three games. Under the stimulation of Cap'n R, W, Salyers, his team easily took the first tilt, 16 to 3, rested during the second to lose 15 to 2, and won the third 15 to 7. Firemen got under way with old time strength in the second match of the evening as they went up against the Post Office six. Presence of Hunter John Kline proved disastrous to Post* master Donner's men and they lost, the first game is to 5, the second 15 to 11. While Craftsman Sidney Larsen, on the bench from a recent illness, sadly watched, bis team* mates on the Deader Prints went wildly down to defeat as tbe Oil" era pounded through two fast games. In each the Leader team gained but 3 points while its opponents made the winning 16, Plymouths, who won by a for* felt last week, came through for another similar gain Monday Mulhollands failed to produce the necessary four men. Jo the tie between the Plymouths tbe drawn tea®, Plynjoutfas jjept fighting valiantly to win the last two deuce gamps, after losing the first of the set, 15 to 9. Plenty of Fowl for Thanksgiving Feedi veil stocked Malvernians See Iowa-Nebraska Tilt Out to Lincoln in several cars last Saturday drove a number of Malvernians to watcb tbe annual Iowa and Nebraska university football classic. There they aat in tbe commodious Nebraska stadium, well swept by constant dust storms while Coach Bible's Corn- buskers nosed out Coach Ossle Solera's Hawkeyes, 7 to 6, Among those r in tbe pilgrim' mage were; i ^if.' <„ >'t,*Ki •ri.Mlas r Francei, ainton, Mis*VI|a Borene, Miss Edna HerU. and Hiss Rutb Axtell. F. A. Mulholland and Gilbert Good. Dr. I. U, Parsons, Dr, J. 0. Laird, J. F. Wearin, and George Parsons of Omaha. J. R. McClymond, Don McClymond, Allen Wortman, and Frank Durbin ot Emerson, R, W. Mansfield and G. S. Eacrett, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Boebner, Miss Lucille Churchill, and Harry Bayes, C. A. Johnson and Gerald Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson, Misses Pauline Mclntyre and Minnie Hall, F, M, Parison, F. R. Chantry, Baton /Pennant, and Dale Dyke. Paul Herts, ft HrRt *»o*t Utttt-t* ftrrMfte *p*ftd. 60% finrsey served the sa*e f auction tat the Ottert, oners won the first 15 to 11, lott the s*wmd ti to 16, frftd won tfrt tlMtd froft Prints cTa«Bed wfth *»nlhonaiids In tfie HM1 set of the evening, the Printers taking advantage of the ateefica ot several Mntholland regalars to win two games to succegsfott. froth teams played loosely, with more energy thaa skill. Seotos: fltsi game IB to 7; second 16 to IS. Pairfngs in the volleyban league for tbe nett two nights ot play are below: thiJrsddy, JTov< 80 Plymonths vs. Cold Storage. Leader vs. Post Office. Firemen vs. Salyers Anto. Molhollands vs. Oilers. Monday, »«. 4 Firemen ts. Plymouths. salyers Auto vs. Leader. Mulhollands vs. Post Office. Oilers TB. Cold Storage. Banker* to Bluff* for Group Meeting Malvern bankers Joined others of this part of the state Monday evening at a group meeting lit Council Bluffs. There they heard speakers discuss the part of the bank in the present economic experimentation and were urged to question carefully each step of new programs submitted before following It. Attending from Malvern were H. A. Deardorff, Fred Durbin, F. R.,Chantry, R. L. Hale, Dr. J. W, Baer, R, W. Crtswelt, Louis Knop and J. R. Hall. s*o. — tow Blfofc. The Mdttefft Mill «ffl accept five (6) btrs&Ms gowd cort Ift «±tot a 49 16. «*& of ilottr. 18tf. Ptit- 8»3* us piano. Costoittef near Maltern tmftble to finish payments. Oslr $49 Iftft to pay. C*** oslt. —Wrft* Crltcfcett ft-. S.BO Shop, DCS Molftea. 19-4. "i?, „ tW»* andoah, Ffeefte 621 ftetefte toftg distance charge* to tts. Let tss haul your dead animals. Call for one hog appreciated. Fresh tah«> ate tot sale at all times. 16-9. ' p^ ffifff ~ Fat R«st^ Modern honse. ~ J. H. Beck with. 9tf t Tom ittaw —» Piano Tuning, Leave otdets with Collins Dfng, Miifetft. Of Priest's fitaf Wore, Hastings. 26tt. HOGS For Bale— Pure bred Hemp-* shire spring boars. At the {arm 2% miles northeast of Malvera on Highway A. Rio* land. 13tf. CLASSIFIED ADS Hundreds of Mills Countl- ans read the Want Ads each week. RATES Per line, each issue - _6c An additional service charge of 26c will be made for each blind ad which must be answered at The Leader office. ABSTRACTS OP TITLE Complete Abstract of Title records for each piece of property in Mills County. Hills County Abstract Co. (Member ot the American Title For Sale spring boars. Oscar Leu, Chester White Phone 179-F6, 14tf. For BaJe—Black Poland China male hogs, pood one*. — Oscar T, Briley, Malvern, 20tf, CATTLE For Sale — 26 Head feeder cat* tie: 22 steers, 3 heifers, 700 to 800 IDS., good quality. — Carl Seipold. POULTRY For Bale — Buff Orpington cockerels from blood tested state accredited flocb, 660 and 7Be each. Also a few White Leghorn cockerels; 6V4 ml. N.E. Malvern, 1% inl. north of Highway 34.— Anthony Briley. 20-8. . SEEDS AND FEEDS For Bale—Baled Alfalfa bay In barn.— Ben Breeding. 18-3. LOST AND FOUND Lost -— Black kid glove in Malvern. Return to Mrs, Edith Herts, f In 1880 tbe federal govern. jn»nt, aott-fjOWJtMST"' -" l " i " »* A«.^—.i.—. J «^i,i_,£-«.*£.'*-JSV'*'j will provlo* « vloln *olO » Away Sft Tur» ** w)U Jit tiw kftw? mml VolleyballUU Start Team Play Tiltt Good Crowd Inturea Financial Status, of guc First night of team play of the volleyball league attracted some 40 tired business men to the GOBV munity building last Friday eve* uing, causing smiles of Joy t° wreathe tbe somber face of Char* ley Irwln, honest treasurer of. the league. For that meant that the league would reasonably be ex>i to Jast out financially. ( }n point of play, aU teams i an^ed a little rusty and players I spent a considerable part *f tbe picking themselves 04 the floor- Pot-shotting, with verbal is, the rejem via held ift ihwadftfttly satisfied Referee Bdfar Pejrdsw'ii . forfeited ttt but Our Xmas Present A No, 105 Hoover Vacuum Sweeper. Price only $32.50 and $5.00 for our old Vacuum — At easy terms. We'll See It at CLEM'S DRUG STORE Public SALE! in the Malvern Sale Barn SATURDAY, Dec. 2 commencing at one o'clock p, m. aw«y io«,« 81 Wr4» alter srtaf, away at a kmd »ha»» aLV flv» iurk»y| ftajTjl 3SH**** jWwTiwa * tri#t«4 « la/, ww *ftd tft* LjMrtM, ;(*^i"ri'i, f ri|ff\|f CATTLE Six year old Jer**y cow (» good one giving milk now) Five year old 6»«nwey cow; Several imaJI calve* Four year old Holttein to be freth toon. Three year old roan cow giving milk now, Two Shorthorn cow** four ye»r« old } to be fre*h iopn< Some Qthert m»y be brought in. two t»st game*, off »a feat for imSSWfm^SSMim >n>i!fiuSi«S7nifmtSif St&BIE :^slftjnJ|Wliinl -'• t ~ J! $&&[ Hoes 3 Extra gwd big type Poland Chin* male pig; Colter Whit* male pig, all good and YftMinAtedj 5 Hamptbire giltit S White «Ut«, Tbcw gilU will weigh 299 pound* each [land *re vMcmnted. gome »ood ttoch pigt. POULTRY [On* dwtB wrly b»ieb9d Wfeit« Rock pulUU, Uylng M tot of wUivt lumhtr* Mey be MMM iteve wwd, » • • •••*!- a«"^* ^rnr^'^-'—» i •» ^- c -if &*••**'» **'»i fp tj» ^sq^-^^j

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