The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on December 21, 1933 · Page 1
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 1

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1933
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LEADER it, i»t* fro. 88. Fee Turkey s, Geese, Bar becue in Malvern Saturday r» t '^^^^^^iP^^'^^' 11 "'*'?"' 1 ''''' 11 '' 11 ^'"' 11 '''^^ "'' ' - „——.—~——_^___— ,___. __ _ _ ir * 3»i P Rimd on December 14 M ftm * of Mitt* Aftet many week* of Illness .-and rtffertftg from an l&eai -dlMtoe George W. ttimei, •Wtffcui 60 rear* * fwfcL «{ Mllis c*«fity, and one of Mills county's b«st cltiiefts, died at his :&«»« tWd miles fcorta' of Mat» Mr, Rimel Was a iWl'otg resident of the vicinity north of itai* >eru and honored and respected by all who knew aim, - The funeral service was held Jr 18 ^! 1 ? .f? reiioMI * B**' **» *« fine Bast Liberty charch, conducted by Rev, Roy 8. Qageler. A ; inale qtuutet, composed of lh« -:«««»;'Clifford Dilleha?, Allen tti Walter Phelps, and I ^loyd Btioti also sang a 00)0, The 1»I1 bearers were thi Mesirs. George Bufflngton, George Brow* •er, 3. «, Rlmel, 8. F. Rimel, Floyd Rlmel, and Dr. Q, W, Rl- tnel,,The burial was in the Bast Liberty cemetery. , Oeorge W. Rlmel, son of George William and Martha L. 3Umel, waa bora March 88, 1888, At Peroasaua, Augusta county, Virginia, in the fall of 1866 he migrated "with his parents to Henry county, Ind, where they resided for two yeara, In the fall ,of 1866 they moved to Nodaway -county, Mo. Here his father died •In 1867. Four yean later hia ; mother waa married to William .Dunlap and in January, 1872, the .. family more.d from Missouri to «illa county, Iowa, where he has aince resided. - ./•'.- t **l -At the age of seventeen he * commenced work for himself and | March 21, 1888 waa united fin •imarriage to PjUsy Frtoell. To! i r ,«Jto;ani6Aitto.aoM were born? from the County Seat Work on River Slow* Up Aft Cold Weather Cornea Work on the Missouri river under the ccc is slowing up and on Monday a large number of the men were dismissed on account of the Cold weather and the difficulty in working In the water. They are continuing the land work with a small force of men. C. W. A. Pay Roll Up ** More Projects Get Started The pay roll for Mills county's CWA army of employment Is growing. Last week it reached $8,700 and this week It promises to come up to $6,800. There are now altogether 344 persons at work on the 26 or more projects already in force. This pay roil means a lot to Mills county at this time. •;•;,- v m k*V4««fej k ^t ^ . • "T-j, / A" ." «1 conTlctions,' und lived an "upright, and industrious ' ever guided A by ' thf etil _-,-Jj Tolce of a Christian coh- ' science; He did not fear'death, JJe was willing and glad to go -when his usefulness, was handicapped In that a sick body kept Wm Confined to, .JUi bed, More than onsejie said; "j am so tired, t want to go home." - After many -weeks of patient •i ufferiRg during wblcU time' be -was vl8ite4 and ministered .unto py most of hta brothers asd ets- tera, be.Separted tbiaJifpjn p^c. 14, 1938) at the ag4%( : /Myfiity« one years, eight.months, and sixteen days, t _vgf V , ,-;»'' seven grafldglldren, he leaves to mourn bii vmtw one Bister, Mrs. ' two j brothers, jr. H^JUnel of f-a M? I fe feroth, -Houston, T«8S,, Wfc R»r Punisp i QWa,, »Bd Harvey P«n.Jsp,of |»,er. Nejson , and Mrs. F'K ,-t'." I • Court Adjourns for November Term FinUhes Up Work at Brief Session Today; Jury Not Called Judge Miller adjourned district court last Friday and will be here again today (Thursday) for a brief session, closing,the November term. As neither the grand jury or the petit jury have been used this term there have been no big cases tried, and no jury cases at all. Another divorce was granted last week in which Lucille Knuppel was granted a divorce from Warren Khuppel and given the custody of their .minor child, »200 in alimony]nnd (12.60"per month until the child comes of age/ A nutabfr 6f % Serving to Start in Morning; All Invited to Partake Legitm* Community Ctub Cooperate In Chriftt* maa t .' a ). Once .egsin Far away, you ^ Joyful Christmas W\ * •** * ' V out old friends meet or send their greetings from places are,the prder of the day, And so we join in wishing <•"* rfw 15 " *** twL^ "^-j '" Sunday .. ,*»*• P Progrum* for Chriit. ON H»U la ta Corn Loans Near $200,000 Mark by Wednesday Noon Committee Seali 308 Cribs With 439,585 Bu, Com Annual Meeting of Bureau Dec* 29 Committee Pl»n* Full Pro* gram in Community loans seem to be in numb,er sod the sealers ftow are pretty busy men. As last as they are sealed up tfte swners {tave tbem recorded with gfiunty Recorder Battle Maad draw their money, Ths recorder's office i» % pretty place, Up tiU BOPB We.auesday J4Us lr«WB reporteij 308 loans record e4, eatftlllBf the payment of U97J13.89, tfUtch meant that 49S$8$ burtel* bad bees seal au<J retired «i»4 Ibwe li» lojt »or» AUba raVe tbey ir» lmw» The Annual meeting of the Mills County Farw Sureau will be feeld JR the QommBBlty bull^ ing pa Friday, pep. 39. A full program for that day i» being prepared. The committee' IJB charge of the program is; g* V, , gam Anderson, Carl and Mrs, Shirley Wft* CQSf, Qther cotamUteea %re: Awaiting committee, Leonard Seeger, Peaa JacfeRou. and Parl Pbeipa; * committee, Shirley Fr«nk gmwaeri^ tou, and Claris HWou; .,/s famous'^Sp'laW from , e east side, a number of fore- c)osures and other cases of more or less importance. , Henry Clark of Hastings and James Goodnight of Henderson have made application for admission to the state hospital in Iowa City where they expect to go for treatment as soon as there is room there, Murle^ Qrosse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Grosse of Rawles township, received word the first of the week that she could be admitted now to the state hospital in Iowa City. She and her mother left Wednesday for Iowa City for her first examination there. Hot barbecued beef! And plenty of It! That's what is in store for alt who come to Malrern Saturday tor the community la serving barbecued beef sandwiches and hot coffee to all comers all day. Senr- Ing will start in the morning and there is plenty of beet to last out the day. Nor is that all. In the after' noon 20 big turkeys, geese and ducks will be gtten away absolutely free to the holiday crowds. It will be a big holiday for all in Malvern Saturday. This big Christmas event ia being staged by the American Legion and Community club cooperating. They want everyone In Mills county who possibly can, to be their guests all day and take part In the fun. A huge 1190 pound cornfed steer was obtained for the barbecue and was slaughtered and quartered early in the week. The barbecuing process will start Thursday night and will continue until the meat Is well roasted. It is expected that It will be ready to serve by 11 a, m. Saturday. Tending to the barbecue Is Barbecue Sam, famed Negro of Red Oak who has had much experience in the work. He has caused a pit to be constructed in the lot back of the Boyer Grocery and haa installed the spit and other equipment there. Fresh buns will be baked for the event and hot coffee served ' with the sandwiches, In addition all Malvern stores are making special offers for Christmas goods and visitors will be able to complete their Christmas shopping at big savings, Mark the day. And be here early. You'll not want to ml«s this event. ,.| -I •J ?% : Little Joe Raynor Died Sunday at Glenwood Little Joe, twin eon of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Raynor, died Sunday morning at their home lu Glenwood. Re was but fdur months and 87 days old and had never been very well. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon- Car Registrations Come in SIowI y Not many ears are being reg» tsterea this week as most ol them seem to be waiting to see Jf tjj§ license will not be lowered, and then they hare until jfen. 31 to get in anyway. Up to Tuesday afternoon there had been 388 cars ense!} and 34 trucks, flut &ue new car registered this week: Chris WreUt oj Glenwpwl, Ford V-8 tudor. Joe Wearin Hat Leg Amputated Joe Wearls was taken back to' the Edmuud»oa Uo»pu*l last Saturday and ou Monday morning hag aftotUer operation, ThU time he bad bja right leg amputated close to the Lip. Ha &«,« been {win* untoii agonies with mat leg for tbe pft»t due to clo|ie4 latonic • "i?^ ^r f "-Tf7™'-= ",,'^.^4- m Emerson Lodge Monday Evening Glenwood Lodge Exempli. fiea Work in Firat Degree; Election! The Mills Masonic Circle met with the Emerson lodge Monday evening with every lodge in the Circle well represented — Emer- > son, Randolph, Tabor, Glenwood, Silver City, and Malvern. , The*Glenwood lodge exemplified the work of the first degree with the following In position; Paul Sulhoff. W, M.; Roy Haney, s. w,j B, W, Hamilton, J, W,; Pale Boyer, S, P,j Q, A. U»» zel, J. p.j Ralph McPherren Jr., , S, S,, and 0, A- FHnn, J. 8, The work was put on exceptionally well and showed that the Glenwood brethren had been giving considerable thought apd practice to this important degree which is so frequently neglected, They received little criticism and much praise for their work. Pistrict Lecturer H, 0, Hick* and Instructor Frank Oglevle had charge of the work. Following the work a delicious luncheon was served by the Emerson brethren. Lodges Elect Offices The lodges in the circle report the following lists of officer* elected for the coming year: Qlenwood: B- H, Hamilton, W, M.; Paul Sulboff, s. w.; p. a Boyer, J. W.; Clyde Rhoatjes, treasurer, and 0, A. Fllnn, retary, Silver City: Q. ?. _ v W. M.j Roy Stranathan, S. „.. 0, B. Q'Ware. j. w.j Cbas. Hruse, Ireasurer, and j, B. Povensplke, secretary. Randolph: Lisle Allely, W. M.j Cbas. Kllp&trlcis, a. W.; W. B, Bftei, J, W.j L. 1. Foater, retary, and treasurer. , 4 __„.. .for Haiti Work 'Thjrst iowas. two Oft rtet83*8 eye,» M tU* M§tbfttot eDureJi the J4r». j, F. We«rio drove to CftUftCll WluBi y»»tar4»y *»4 caUea to we Jo» W^rla at J«h r llf» Waarln ,; B. R. Blrdaall, g. w.{ , j. w.; t* v, w. M-i J. w, {

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