The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on January 18, 1934 · Page 5
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M«. ft W. *** J 1 ?! 11 **? ***»•*• feet w«4 ttfe ft. W. fcttstttes* afcd ft game ailed the *rtsrftjtf» fcotrt, with tettesfc- ftsfttt *t tfcft dote of the tteei- tot. Thitty-tfcree ttettberk afed *re*0 f*«reM, Assisting s *«» M?t. tohft Fteteh- *f» Mfi. Orvrtle W*tt, Mfs. Tom Mft. . AHftstrwff;, Sis* Aitee Settiy, and MM. P. Wdttft&ft. with lit. and MM. Frank Summers efcterttlfted « frouS of friends **Hday evening with * coasting t>atty. Thef* wete eleven couplet present and they surely had A hilarious itunifti, After coasting they efijdyed a delicious teach. »*. Campbell* »<*si* wb Dtfuer Df. afld Mri. M. 8. Campbell entertained at a theater dinner Moadsr itttlfii at the MaiveMi fen ttoom for Mf, and MM. Joe y^dt .of war giivef City and J. W. Soderstrutn of Omaha. Mwrttt Hatter and tteien ShAttl Wed the home of Mr. and MM, Hob. «ti B, Shaul north of Strahan was «**&**«-»* a pretty home wedding Sunday afternoon, Jan. 14, whan their daughter, Helen, became the bride of Merrltt fisher, ftftgffit Mtt»a*, wfco t«aeh«s ftr tie Ma*tinf*,«efcoot», wit hottest teat W*Sfteiday ev*- att* to bet fellow teft&efs at * dtttfrt* « the Matter* Scott. Bfn*ef was ieftetf it f :86 and aftet the dfnbef tbey repaired to the C. C. Hafman hcfte ftofth of town and spent the remainder of tfte eteattg playing bridge afrd othet social dfvefsion*. Tli dfiftt MA we** MM. B. fi, Fettd*B, Wilftftth, Isftfceli Varley, Miss Ifefie Tofiat, and Miss filltabeth Oar- fteoa. dottpie With Mr. and MM. 1. M. Steele and Mf. and MM. ft, W. Mansfield entertained fcl & tttfkey dlflfief last ThttMday etenlag feoneMftf Mf, and MM. W, tt, Sylnttefl, Th» diflnef wat served itt two CdttMes ftnd the table decorations were caudles. The evening's etttettain* ment was cards, Quegts enjoying this courtesy were M?, and MM, E^wrence SalyeM, Mr, and MM. Waiter filothower, and the honor 8 ttesU, Honor Birthday of J elm M&ll Sunday f Aittitj- Cet*t*Ate* WiA Honoring the bfrtbday At Jobn Hall wftlcl. occurred Ian. 18, members of bis family gathered at Us borne Sttnday for ft family reunion and dlfmer. Mf. Hall, ft of Sweden, came here 1802. the dinner Sunday abtrat fconeftd itt Be»enty-«eTe*th Wrtbday, Pf etent at the dinner Were his sons living bete and members of their families including Mf. afid MM. Alfred Hall, Peggy and Carolyn, Mr. and MM. Otto Hall and John, Mr. and MM. Fred Mall, Marian and Freda, Mr. and MM. Albert Johnson and Martene and his daughter, MM. Hilda Wefiftfit, and son, Harold, of Omaha. in the afternoon greeting* were lent to Mr, Hall over the Yahkton, go. Dak., radio station by Mr. and MM. Oscar Hall. A musical number was also dedicated to him. progressive young north of Hastings. The home was farmer from very prettily decorated for the occasion, blue and waits being the prevailing colon. The ceremony took place at 2 o'clock In the presence of the Immediate relatives and intimate friends, with Dr. M. A. Gable of Indlanola officiating. Preceding the ceremony Miss Norma Bhaul, sister of the bride, sang "I Lore You Truly," with Miss Margaret Rommell as accompanist. Then as Miss Rommell played the wedding march the happy couple took their places and took the solemn vows that made them man and wife. The Impressive^ ring ceremony was used. The bride was attired In a gown of blue crepe and carried a bouquet of Talisman roses. The bridesmaid, Mrs. Arthur Qoehr- ing, of Glenwood, carried a basket of, American Beauty roses. Mr, Ooehrlng was best man. - «.' following the ceremony and cojifratulatlons a delicious buffet of Mills : county* fairest daughters. She is a graduate of the Strahan Consolidated schools and Is charming and accomplished. The groom is the only son of Mrs. James Fisher northeast of Hastings, He Is a graduate of the Hastings schools and a progressive young farmer, popular with bis associates. They will make their home on the Fisher farm In the house Just south of the home place which has been remodeled' and refurnished for their occupancy, The congratulations and good wishes of .all their friends accompany th§m to their new home. The guests were Mrs. James Fisher * and daughter, Nellie, of Hastings, Roy Sbaul and family, and^Frank Cole,of Strahen, Wll- ll»m Fisher Bf Georgetown, Cal|f., Mrs, M, A. Gable, Indlanola, Mr, and Mrs, M. H, Goefarlng and Mr, and Mrs,' Arthur Qoehrlng of Olenwood, Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Hopple, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Rommel, asd 0, g, Wetherly of Council .Bluffs, Wedding December fid Friends ? were surprised to earn of the marriage of John H McFarland, BOB of Mr. and Mrs M. t. MeFarland of Lynnville to Miss Elisabeth Nellie Slmms of Lynnville, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Slmms, of Chicago, The wedding took place In the parsonage of the Methodist Episcopal church In Newton, Dec. 20, with the Rev. L. B. Logan officiating In the presence of Raymond Garner and Mrs. Dora James, uncle and aunt of the bride, and Miss Lenore McFarland, sister of the groom. The couple will reside at Lynnville. O. E. B. Holds Regular Meeting' Silver Urn Chapter Order of the Eastern Star held their regular meeting Tuesday evening with more than forty members and guests present. The usual routine of the meeting was carried out with the new. Worthy Matron, Mrs. Margaret Buttmann, • In charge and committee appoint ments for the coming year were announced. Following this w'as a white elephant exchange or grab bag and refreshments of sandwiches, and'.coffee were served,,* Committees appointed were follows: BlotbowerAoiadylf 'Steele. Condolence; son, Beulah Springer. Harriett Smith, Mamie Flowers and cards: Effio Graves, Myrtle Nelson, Blanche * Mrs, 0, L. Williams, Eklund. Social: Ethel Gldley, Ruth Salyers. Proficiency: Edna Warner, Rozella Pace, Abble Kunce. Examining; Wm. Warner, Mary Ourbln, Edith B.arkus. Finance: 0. B. Davis, Bertie Miller, Pearl Kline, . Relief; Arvilla Benton, Sadie Mclntyre, Ell Springer' Education: Lillian Walker, Mary Durbln, L. A. Talbott. Dinner Honors the Gables Mrs. B. o, Kayton entertained at a l o'clock dinner Saturday honoring Or, ap<j Mrs. M, A, Ga^s ble and daughters, Bnia and ena, of Jndlanola. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs, Qeorge F. Sal. yers, Mr. and Mrs, W. J», Wortman, Mrs, R, w, Salyers, and Allen Wortman, M*», Othft D, Wearitt • to be Hostesfl Mrs. Orb. Weartn, wife of the Iowa congressman, wilt be hostess for the Seventh district at the next towa State society en* tertalnment and dance at the Wil* lard hotel, Jan. IB, it was announced today. At that time the annual attendance contest between the die* trlcts will be held, The winning district will receive a cup. The host for the Seventh district will be Congressman Wearin. The state is to be represented at large by Senator L. J, Dickinson and Senator Louis Murphy. — Nonpareil. "Pop, what Is eonjtctur*:" en the ' PAGEttVfc Department ta Stage Circle Hunt January 28 fo*e» and Corote. the Game; t>t*fi c Over 14 Invited The Malvern Fife Department are planning to stage a big Circle hunt in this vicinity on Jan. 28, with the object of capturing as many foxes and coyotes as possible. The pelts from these to be sold and the proceeds to be turned Into the fire department fund*. The general public, over 14 years of age, Is invited to participate. Rifles and pistols are barred and the gauge of shot guns to be used will be announced with such other details as are necessary in next week's paper. One of the latest of Parisian fash- Ion wtatlons il this sports •utmbl* of flat doth. The top of the dress l* gray, with a white and Md striped jtMty. The coat matches the skirt u Know— the best paid Midier in • world.. He receives $25240 • yev, wMch is more than 80 Oam what the Pfeoohpoilu .**.»**». of Gn*t Briti* " si year. Legion Meeting Harry Mammons Post American Legion will hold their regu- meeting Tuesday lar monthly evening, Jan. 23, In the Legion room in the Community building, More than 1000 Bailors of the aircraft carrier Saratoga take part with Joe E. Brown In his latest movie comedy, "Son of a Sailor." tail Jaftttioft f« Here Friday Night Pacific Junction's tall basketball team wttl meet the Malvern high quintet ftere Friday evening OB the Commanity building floor. Highly sircceBsfnl thus far this year, the Junction cagers will give the Orioles a good battle and some exciting basketball «bonld be seen. Pairing* frff County Cage Meet Named Malvern Noae« Out THurman High Five Wild rtoMi Gives Orioles Win After Rough and Tumble Game With a type of play which seemed almost as rough as professional hockey, Malvern high Bchool's Orioles nosed out the fast Thurman high cage team here Friday evening In as spectacular a battle as has ever been seen on the Community building floor. A lucky fleld goal by lanky Homer Jackson just before the end gave the Orioles the win, 19 to 17. Inaugurated by the orioles was a new type of offense which, while it slowed scoring down considerably, kept the ball In their possession most of the time and Team* to Pairings for the annual Mills county high school basketball tournament were announced Tuesday by Coach Paul Herts who was named by the county Schoolmasters dab to supervise the event. The tournament will be held In the Malvern Comma* nlty building Feb. 1. 2 and 3 and seven teams win compete. Absent from the ranks this year will be the Hastings team and competition among the others will start as follows: Emerson vs. Silver City. Pacific Junction vs. Malvern. Olenwood .vs. Strahan. Henderson vs. bye. Teams of county thus far seem fairly evenly matched and the tournament should have close games throughout. Winners will be awarded traditional trophies after the finals the last evening. the team could adjust itself to the new lineup, Thurman spurted and ran In some nine points. Young Tommy Wills, sent in for Summers' position, came through "Old Ironsides" has cruised nearly 20,000 miles on its present tour of the nation's coastal cities, and has been visited over 1% million people. by About the only difference between the antiquarian and the Junk dealer is in the prices they pay for useless things. — Columbia State, ne-S.E. Mills Deardorff's Qro<;ery prices @n & |§w fttpg for your f Imogene Girl to W«d ".. . The banns of matrimony were announced for the first time in St. Patricks Catholic church for Miss Monica Dempaey, daughter of Mrs, James' Skahtll, and Frank O'Connoj 1 , son of Thos. O'Connor, Surprise Mr*. Comatock Sunday was Mrs. Will Qom- stock's birthday so the men planned a surprise for Monday night on Mrs. Comstock which was well carried out, Mr. and Mrs, Harry Comstqsk went out to spend the events and about 8 o'clock the remaindeV of 'the crowd came, ' . Those, present were; Mr, and Mrs. J%k Flynn, Mr, and Mrs, Cbur<?h Mattox, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Qutsohenritter, Mr, and Mrs, Mike Belebant, j r ,, and Rosemary, Mr, and Mrs, Leu Mftber. Mr, and Mrs, y, sj. Crow, wjllie, Tpwmje, and Albert Rogers, Mr. aed Mrs, Harr/ aomstock, and the bonoree, Mrs, WjlJ-QainstQek and Aid Elects Officer* The Methodist Ladies' Aid Society met with Mrs. 8, A. Allen Thursday, Jan. 11. A very good program was given. They then elected officers for the coming year as follows: Mrs, Jake Bussard, president; Mrs. Will Corn- Stock, vice president; Mrs, Wendell Stuelke, secretary; and Mrs. J. R, Mlnnlck, treasurer. A pot luck lunch was served, Visitors were: Mrs, John Otis, Mrs. Clyde Addy, Mrs, Maggie Lewis, Mrs. Albert Addy and daughter, Eileen, Mrs. Harry Comstock and M». Will Llston. The next meet- New fighting planes with speeds reaching more than 200 miles per hour, are in production for use on the Saratoga, Lexington, and the new aircraft carrier Ranger. No one can see very far ahead fn these days, but it is certain that millions were as worried and perplexed in 1876 and in 1893 as millions are today. Apparently governments, like men, never forget and "never Herald, learn. — Dulnth certatn set-ups. Plan of this Is for Oriole guards to keep up a fast lateral pass with selves and teammates, seemingly with no effort to crash the opposing defense. Highly disconcerting is this to opponents, who shortly open up enough for the Orioles to slip through for a close to the basket shot. This plan almost shut off scoring on the part of the Thurman quintet, and it coasted through the first three quarters scoring only two fleld goals. A spurt during the last few minutes of play gave them four more and put them ahead, for a few minutes, for the only time during the tilt. Exceptionally rough was the game. So much so that Referee Boyce of Glenwood, whom the spectators at first credited with having ophthalmia, astigmatism, and myopia, bad difficulty calling all of the fouls committed. Almost disastrous was the elimination of Jamie Summers by foula when the score stood at 16 to 8 in the Oriole's favor. Before ^ ... **««••«»• D ywniiiuii, vaum bUTUUKU f ° r 80tne fft!rly laudably after the team squared Itself and two free throws and the Jackson basket ended the game. In the preliminary the Oriole fledglings played listlessly to allow Tburman seconds to win a 23 to 13 game. Capable of much better performance, the local string lacked entirely the fire and flash which characterized the first team game. The box score: Malvcra, 10 f K ft pf ptn Summers 3 2x4 4 8 Fazel 3 1x3 1 Jackson l 0x0 1 Conner o 1x1 2 Bowers o 1x1 2 Wills _ o 0x0 0 Thunnan, 17 fg ft Johnson 2 1x3 Jenkens . 2 3x6 Wlthrow ___l 1x3 Wright l Oxl Surface . o Oxl pfpto 0 6 2 7 3 3 1 2 1 0 The Navy Department was established In 1798. Prior to that time the Navy had been under the War Department. Semi-Animal Report of Otto Judkins, Treasurer of Mills County, Iowa For the Period from June lat, 1933 to December 31»t, 1933 Inclusive STATEMENT OP ACCOUNTS 1JV FUNDS FUNDS Balance June 1,1933 Receipts G B ,n? r al State Revenue * 16,022.20 Soldiers Bonus 2,381.60 General County „„,, 6,486.39 Court Expenses _„__,, _„„ 4,096.60 Poor ____,. __ _„-_•_„,.__ 1,884 26 ££?. Ip ! a -2! T——----- 2,607.68 Total to be Disburse- Balance Dec. Accounted for ments 31, 1933 Bond . Principal of •schp'oTI' Interest of School „ Teacher's Institute „., Domestic Animal „„„, rtnAS * Went8 3490 528,'79 110.81 1,432.75 ing will be in two Mrs, Jake Bussard, weeks with &M Lima Beans Bad KMney Beans ' 1*9, 1 Sifted Early June Peas Red Ripe Tomatoes 2 1Bo lie IQo 18c the l njaye SiBIE 8»ndw{ebej, coffee we« aejyed by ana pits* were an.fl ft.yeyy enjoyable eye, Mr, ftad Mrs, basier Bead of ajfiry, Canada Bpewt a few Robert Berlin, Frank Prltch* ard, Robt. Thyer and Leu Gutschenritter spent Friday In Malvern on business, Mrs, Tom Gleason was taken Mr«» t Country Getttlem&a Corn 2 o*«" ».' •«-.._i_. lantlftnuin '** A .<!** jjlmte-,' - yfim&f •* •*••*:;..„!.siiiJ./f, tfJt 91 business to tUg localUy WednesT *MW swiit I«B X Jnttb from very sick the fore part of last week and was in a serious con- ditlpn for a few days. Dr. John Weed who has been living In Malvern is moving back to Imogene where he will again practice, Jim gkabill who has been quite Sick js some better at this writ. log but still .confined to his bone, Gearse Straight of Red Oak, formerly .of near here, la very School District Funds .I.";.::""" 3994401 Township Funds „„_„____!_, 1,!~ " ' 65*83 Auto Licenses ». ....^^I'll™ 24,861,'oO Sinking Fund _„ Library -,.„.„,..,.. ',._____„„„,„" 20104 Fair „,„„„ _„ „„_„_, „_ 1.056,55 primary Road Bonds ,,„,._,„_,. ,„ 2,566.50 Emergency -.,,,,«. 2 129 SB Bovine T, B, ;,;; w ::,:;:::::;;::: itfftw Fines ,.—*„ „_,,„•_ 13160 Secondary Road Const.—,,_,_,IIII 61,662'92 Secondary Road Malnt. ,«.„_„„„ 23,611.63 > 36.OS1.91 4,749.47 31,940.41 6,633.13 23,664.66 6,760.24 ' 3,649.92 709.98 23,997.64 600.00 836.92 176.60 624.00 5,984.37 1,874.14 24,678.86 127,706.90 194.26 16,466.60 2,640.83 623.66 1,774.97 3,549,92 1,774,97 195,00 26,611,63 66,653,33 $ 60,044,11 7,131.07 37,426.80 9,729.73 25,448.828,367.92 6,966.36 6,713.66 29,012.05 634.90 1,364.71 287.31 2,056.75 19,131,90 4,216.96 31,092,21 167,650,91 260,09 41,327,60 2,540.83 824.69 2,831.52 2,566.50 5,679.18 5,952.50 326,50 88,174,56 90,064.85 Total - »229.109.8« * 42,376.40 5,760.91 24,994,18 2,908.68 21,326.77 6,010.57 4,656.00 1,043.76 16,883.70 446.64 136,50 1,078.42 7,189.32 1,704.92 21,913.11 113,469.12 173.63 11,132.11 2,540.83 406.92 2,200.00 2,142.50 270.60 36.060.34 51.244.23 $ 7.668.71 1,380.16 12,432.68 6,821.16 4,123.06 3,347,36 1,300.36 6,669.80 12,128.36 634.90 918.07 15041 978.33 11,942.58 2,611,03 9,179,10 54,191.79 76,48 30,196.39 417.67 631.53 424.00 5,679.18 6,952,50 56,00 52,114.21 38.820.62 ble, gt his borne with besrt trou- Mr, and Mrs. Harry Cejustock a»<J Mr. a»4 Mrs. Will Comstock wwe ataeer KUWts & the Char* toy Akkolt borne Sunday, Mike Peleham SJT, of Sbeftftu^ dps* was taken very ill at his Home there Moods? gaereijjg. He *ajg stricken with i pleurisy »n4 feaart attack, Mar. aftd Mrs. Leu Maber, Mr. Get Up Nights? TWS KS&?*** Use this bladder laxative. Drive PUt the impurities and excess acids which cause the Irrltattos that wakes you «p. Get a regular H cent box of BURSTS, JBftdl tram buchu leaves, Juniper oil, x ~ AS W *»V ?»?» *»*». « w* 1417.682.80 1646.692.66 $3,77.046.95 $269,646.71 RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS satts»ed, K0 hack and your er Tbw work oa the bla Bfflftr to castojp oil on tie ela. Bladder Irregularity is lure's dsager signal sad way yar» ypu of trouble, you are bound, to feel better aJter Taxes »,,———",_ interest of _.,,. Teachers' Ex»njl»aUon and Institute fr* 88 Mr*. Ljn, Mr- Mrs. Ml<*e»l M tw m mitoak Mr* Mri, Harry Cpaitack, WUU9l l»^HWiAJ^:Ay|^4li eieep. Tern, and <j you get your Collins Prug Co., adv. lattt9Ut,iJFil li Jstt 4 of '' I • „ 1 t : ' . ---- ,-,., ...... i oooo of Qlwk ol Wsirlct Courl Z-I~, r .,~"l""r~ 204864 from other S-ouroes „„ — ; ____ I.::,;";;:; 8 88o IB a Receipt? (not ladled In * 889>86 Total Receipts „„„ „ ~~ Mirers* Receipts ,„.,.„..„.I... * fi , a fl . «. (Uiprs- wtw&ti ,",,^ T ,:.,,,.:,:;;;::: f iij'sS«1o aad Rand **,•? f "- -™ T »».«» *9v>VttQ.SU "•ma >—•*•*.. ..§}{>«• '***~****Y 1 iHfi'!i »»*»*«»»,£ IHJfMt

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