The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on January 25, 1934 · Page 4
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t» AGE FOUR W. E. Pnrceil and Roy QuimbyT A. G. Cote from southeast of of Hastings were in town Satur-1 Emerson was In town Saturday day afternoon. Joye Doyle was np from lino- gene Saturday attending tbe sale and stopped to advance bis subscription. Michael Martin, one of on good friends down imogene wa; was in town Satnrday and called to order Tbe Leader sent to his address for the coming year. Willis Patrick of Emerson was over Satnrday attending tbe sale at tbe sale barn. T. E. McClure from up on Malvern route two was In Satnrday and called to enroll on our subscription list again. Said he bad been off our list for some time but wanted It again. Mr. McClnre is one of Mills county's substantial farmers. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Maban from north of Emerson were in town Saturday and Mrs. Maban made our office a pleasant call while Mr. Maban attended tbe horse sale. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wilson and son, Charles, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cunningham were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hetrlck In Omaha Sunday. Jan. 14. attending tbe sate. W. H. Cramer of Emerson bad business in Malvern Friday afternoon. E MPRESC THEATER 0 _*MLVBHN. IOWA ' SiTIIBPAY Jan. 20 • TIM MeCOV in thriller 27 a wwrtorn MAN OF ACTION Also jni-MV OLEASOV In » Two Roei comedy, "Jiew _. ***"•" JOc anil 25c, SUNDAY - MONDAY TUESDAY Jan. 28 . 20 . 30 Miss Frances Dunn was able to be brought home from the Edmundson hospital last Thursday where she bad been recovering from an operation and is now convalescing at her borne in Malvern. Vern crook was so fa? recovered from bis appendix operation that be was able to come borne Thursday from tbe Edmnndson hospital and Is improving rapidly at bis home In Malvern. Miss Harriett Cadwell, teacher in tbe Straban Consolidated schools, spent last week end In tbe A. J. Berkhimer home. Roy and Tom Candell were in South Omaha Monday attending a big horse sale. Mrs. Isaac Wyant of Reliance, So. Dak. has been here tbe past week visiting the Henry Alstropes and other Malvern friends. Mark Swarts of Silver City was n town Satnrday attending the sale and greeting Malvern friends. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Durbln entertained at dinner last Sunday, Mrs. Eva Durbln and Miss Mabel Wlttuhn. Dance at Randolph Friday, Jan. 26. adv. Fred W. Pierce from north of Hastings was In Monday and called to advance bis subscription another year. Mr. Pierce is one of the heavy stock feeders of tbe east side and this year be Is feed- Ing sheep. H. R. Granteer and son, Marvin, from north of Hastings were In town Satnrday and called to advance their Leader subscription another year. THE BIG PARADE OF COMICS — Bigger, Better, and more :omlcs in the Sunday Bee-News! ;han ever before. Now, 16 pages of comics instead of 12. The Sunday Bee-News. jjtf [ Out good Mend, Ira Frit*, i from south of town was In Sat nrday afternoon and mad* as an appreciated rfeft. Mr. Frfti has Improved greatly fn health since moving back to the farm last spring and is looting * tot bet ter. Shoes —Some odd pairs In discontinued lines at real bargains — Fred Ban, Exclusive Shoe Dealer. adv Gay Shepard was in town Sat- nrday morning enrotrte home to Durango, Colo, with a couple ol Dodge tracks be was taking home from the factory, fie bad stopped over nigbt in Hastings to visit bis mother and brother. He says business seems to be picking tip all along tbe line. Joe Deardorff left Satnrday morning for Hnbbard for a visit with bis son. Dr. F. M. Deardorff. He took with him a nice office cabinet he bad made In bis workshop as a present to tbe doctor. It was a nice piece of work. Charley Vestal, one of our good friends from Emerson, was in town Saturday attending the sale and visiting old friends. George Hilton came in Monday morning from northern Nebraska where he has been tbe past nine weeks inspecting farms for the federal loan bureau. He finished his work ont there and is Waiting a further assignment Miss Francile BInnall and Miss Bernlce Messerole returned to Roy B. oageler, PMtof We were gted for an attendance increase In Sunday se&oot last Sunday. There are «wngb people In tbe town AM nfty so that this increase conld w*« eontHrte tmtfl we and toe other Sunday sebools of ottr town wonld reaeb an average attendance of it*. ™ b% * yOtt&g jrwfFTOO Institute tfi tbe Methodist ehttreb at Glenwood next Satnrday to wblcn tbe young people of Sunday school are Invited. »«»„- tratlon begfa* at » a. at Tbe closing session win be at 4-ft. flL The entire cost will be 3 6c which eludes tbe tee and dinner. Tbe choir, will practice hi tbe parsonage at ?:« p. m. Saturday. Services next Sunday will be as follows: ganday school at id and worship at li a. m., reaper sett* ee at S p. m., and young peo-' pies' meeting from 6:30 to 9 p. Aluo ADDKU ATTRACTION lOc nnd 85c WEDNESDAY ONLY Jan. at . GINGER ROGERS in CHANCE AT HEAVEN Bhorts. Oiw BIG UAHG.UN NIGHT Pierson Friday after a two weeks visit in the Ralph BInnall home. Oscar Leu from northeast of town was in Saturday and made our office a pleasant call. Mr. Leu says that his wife is about the luckiest woman up there. For two years in succession she was fortunate enough to receive a free subscription to The Leader given at our cooking school. John L. Evans of Emerson was in town Saturday and attended the sale. . m. For the luncheon at the young peoples' meeting each' person is asked to bring sandwiches. Hot cocoa wilf be furnished. Our church Is sponsoring A Father And Son banquet in the dining room of the Community COX GROCERY PHONE 9 - MALVERN HIGH QUALITY LOW PRICE NapthaSOAP, 10 bars for 19 C Tall Can MILK, 4 for 2Sc MATCHES, 6 boxes 21c Iodized SALT, 2 Ib, box 7c T. & T. COCOA, 2 Ib. can 19c SORGHUM, 5 Ib, pail _34c LARD, 4 lb«, for __29c BRAN FLAKES, 3 boxea „ Triumph FLOUR, 49 Jb. ba* ,,,,$1 Karo Dark SYRUP, 5 Ib, pail ,, 2 Lb*. MINCED HAM -_,, 25c Sell Your PRODUCE HERE — Get MORE for It — Cash or Trade, You Don't Have to Wait For a New Ford We have the new model in stock ana can make delivery at once, It is a beauty and we are always glad tq show it or demonstrate it. Coroe in any time. Get inside and note toereassd space, the comfortable, l«x* urtow* wnfcoiatery, the windows, the venttU Ifltion and all the new gadgets gad im- provemeots. Then ask the price. You will he aurpriaed how low the price is when you* see »H that it buys. Salyen Auto Co, M. C. Warren and son, Lynn, from northwest of Emerson were in town Monday. A fine son, Eugene Paul, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bin- nail, Sunday, Jan. 21. Their first born. We extend congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Knop and daughter, Evelyn, drove to Lincoln, Nebr. Sunday to spend tbe day with friends. They were accompanied as far as Plattsmouth by Mrs. E. C. Kayton who spent the day with her sister. Miss Emma DeHart. Clearance Sale of Coats — "Redfern" and oth«r fine makes, size 12 to 60.—-Mrs. C. O. Nlck- ols Apparel Shop, Shenandoab. adv. Mr. andjtrs. A, R. Williams, daughter, Erma, and son, Phillip, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fenake and son, Warren, of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bass and son, Rich ard. and H. A. Hubbard wer dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs Louis Bass Sunday, Jan. 14. Harry Hilton made a business trip to Omaha Tuesday. Dale Kline had business in Glenwood Monday afternoon. Harvey Lakin was over from Emerson Saturday attending the sale and brought over a consignment of hogs which sold In the sale. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Elliott and Dickie drove up from Sidney building at 6:46 p. m. next Tuesday, some details of the program may be found elsewhere in this paper. Tbe members of tbe committee helping tbe pastor plan the program and sell tbe tickets are: W. A. Bower, Dale Dyke, H. A. Galllber, J. R. Hall, and W. D. Slothower. It is quite important that tbe ladies know how many to prepare for so it will be well for you to get your tickets from one of tbe committee by Monday evening. If any of the dads have difficulty in finding a lad to bring to the banquet H may be that the pastor can suggest one. It will be well to bring all the lads possible but If we run ont another dad i could be brought. ' Anyone having table cloths or dfsh towels belonging to the thnrch is Asked to bring them to »rs. Kayton's by Monday, Jan. f VUUftlll Are yon interested in God? Mott people Are. ton might be interested In i series of sermons At fire Baptist Church. Next Stiff- tfay morning tbe pastor preaches tbe tbifd serinon in tbe series on Bod. subject next Sunday, "the Eferywhereness of God." of bow can God be all places at once* Evening service at 7. Subject, "What It Christian Hopef •• Tie Bible ts still tbe Inexhaustible boot. Come to Bible school and find ont * tew mote things About this great book. Ctraftti Henry Dale White, Minister Sunday school At id A. m. Miss Edna Hert*. superintendent. Tbe school was glad to felicitate tbe teacher of tbe adult class on htt birthday Jan. 20 and to enjoy bis depositing in the missionary birthday box A BUtn of money wbleb kept the school guessing but clearly indicating a 3gure well over three score and ten. Happy birthday, Mr. Miller. Morning worship at ii. Tbe beme of tbe morning is "Doing Oar Part from tbe Christian Ah* lie." John 8:39, Hebrews 3:13- The young people of the church are planning to help in this serv- ce In music, psalter, prayer, scriptures, and ushering. The sermon will be given by Dr. White. Let us all Join In this interesting and helpful service. On Sabbath last Miss Emily Boiand enriched the worship service by a beautiful rendition of the Savior's words In Matthew 26:34-40: "Then shall tbe King say unto them on bis right hand, Come, ye blessed of my Father, Inherit the kingdom prepared for. from the foundation of the J world. Card of Thanks We wish to extend our sincere thanks for the many kindnesses shown Mrs. Rose Plumb during her sickness and for the beautiful floral tributes. _ Carson and Ralph Plumb Mrs, Lois Rhinehart Mrs. Atstrope The Plumb and Parker Families. /VJTJJ Monday and Mr. Elliott attended the Masonic school of instruction while the others visited in the Frank Churchill home. Harry Horn from over soutb, east of Hastings was in Tuesday and called to advance his subscription another year, W. E. McGrew of Emerson was In Malvern Tuesday. Expert Shoe Repairing at Fred Hall's Exclusive Shoe Store, adv. Farm sales seem to be going good this year — much like old times. W. F. Andrews had a mighty good sale on Jan. 11, horses and cattle selling especially well. His corn brought better than 40c per bushel In the crib, He had a fine crowd In spite of the bad weather. Ira Turner from southeast at Hastings was in town Tuesday, Mr, Turner Is on tbe eorn*bog sign-up committee and Bay» that thus far most everyone seems to be for it. He said they had a rousing big meeting in Hastings Monday where they threshed out a good many questions that faj4 been brought up and they wiH begin signing up pretty SOAR now, Most everyone seem* to be for }t when they understand it. Good TfrflMMHteHilji Htofl ftt greatly reduced price* at Fr«4 ***«'•• adf, Irving Fisher «f north JadUn •eek waj in towo T<te»4».y, • Mr. and «r*. Jaine* Rfiftde Jr. W»d daughter, Conns, BJM, of fug, n*r were masts in Uw W, U Smith home Sunday. Mssdamj* J,. 0. Laird, a L. P^ ft.4 y£*«:if ^ flnn "-, -oSWW^ .: A* » yp> • fe» Church Anniversaries Two Fremont county Churches of Christ celebrate anniversaries during the next two weeks — Tabor' and 'Rlvertoa;,Next Lord's day,-'Jan: 28, the Tabor church celebrates the fortieth anniversary of the organisation of the congregation'while the following Lord's day. Feb. 4, the Riverton congregation celebrates its twenty-seventh anniversary, Both congregations will have services morning, afternoon, and evening with special music and speakers and the bountiful Iowa picnic dinners after the morning serv* Ice, Friends and well-wishers from other towns are/ Invited, G, R. Coleson of Council Bluffs is the ad Interim * pastor of both groups. State Secretary J, A. Oil- linger of Dea Molnes will be a speaker on the afternoon program at Tabor. Leave on Trip South and East Allen Wortman and Frank Durbln left Tuesday afternoon on an extended trip south and east. They drove first to Chicago, thence south to Birmingham, Alabama, then east to the coast and up to Washington, D. C. where they will spend a few days around the capital and then travel westward toward home, stopplng-for a-short visit in Pittsburgh with Mr. and.Mrs. Perry Wortman. We fear that Captain "Heesa- lyre" stowed away In tbe car before they started and If he'did we may have some strange revelations reported concerning life at the National Capital, A mid-winter fipwoftn i«ag*6 Institute for the Methodist young people of Mills eotnty wifl b* held at Glen-wood fteit Saturday, Jan. it. Registration is at 9 o'clock and the closing session will be at 4 o'cloclc. Or. A. A. Heath of Brotdwaf Methodist cnnfeh in Council Bints win Speak ofi "¥ftat Christian Experience." President 3. L. itlilftan of Simpson college «rill hare two periods and Dr. D. JT. Shenton, district snperinten- dent, will Bate t*o periods on "Youth and the Church." Ret. F. 0. Barnes of Stlvef City will hate charge of fourth department plans and Rev. L. E. fiipley of Emerson of first department plans. Ret. T. 3. Pettlt of Pacific Junction will direct the Ringing, and Ret. C. W. Howard of Sidney will direct the recreation periods. The cost is 35 cents which Includes registration and dinner. KunCe & Nelson to Handle D*X Product* Kunce ft Nelson, local oil distributors, signed the contract this week to handle the famous D-X motor fuels and Diamond prod' acts beginning Feb. 2. Their territory will include most of Mills county and the territory around Randolph. A more complete announcement wilt follow In a later issue telling of the line of products handled. Markets fn MaWert* . , Jfcft. 44, wtr* ft* fotlo-f s: tto. i teffd* em --iiAi.igttft Waft* »rt ^iAAi.^.Jrc OttS __i_*-ii— the Cold Stoftfe Egg* -------- -— iit-ii— .4»e Cretin ----- A ----- -l?fe *M lift Poultry: Hetty Sen* A-iiiii***_ 4i .^ Leghorn hens -±±--±±^,.±^fa SpHngft - — -i-^te and 8e Stags ui____-_ i-i-i.ii.^__5e Leghorn sugs i^-iiiiiiii^jg Old rOOSterS Jt&&iAA(ai.£i Hogs wete tewtf of tfce ha inarket with tof at lt.48. Cattle were reported steady. Complete Plant for the Firemen*! Hunt Persons Under 14 Invited to Join la Chase for Fi Sunday Fttt THE WAY OUT No. 22 By C. B. Eacrett Hilladale Postponed to Jan.. 30 The play to have been <?n Friday evening of this at Hillsdale has been postponed until Tuesday evening", Jan. 30, on account of Illness of the cast, "week Mr, and Mrs, Carl Johason and daughter, Juae, oj Red Ue« In the Ralph, , , Pr. W. A. BMh and Sejen, ana «i*S Boris Q»le 0| Stance, Nehr. were here Tue*. fifty |or a *«* wjjh M*IWB r ei* atlves. They were,, «ar«»t»,fteme rro* Cbfeuw where tte j»d. to visit hi* Truck Man Haa Tragic Accident One of John Waller's trucks, driven by Bud Conn, met with a frightful mishap last Wednesday morning just south of Omaha. Three of the trucks were going in to South Omaha on the Nebraska side of tbe river, with a shipment of cattle for 3. M, Steele, with Conn In the lead. About three miles out of the city tbe drive shaft on the truck suddenly came loose and was thrown from tbe truck with terr rifle force, striking Mrs, Peter AbsdeJJ, aged 74, who was walk, ing along the side of the road, and smashing he? leg terribly, Conn did not realize what bad happened and did not know that the lady bad been bit until be reached the bottom of tbe hill. The other trucks following saw her end stopped tfi assist Jier. Tbey called an ambulance and she was takea to St. Joseph's boa- pltal, The leg was Jn such bad shape that tbey had to amputate it and the shock proved too much tor tbe lady and, she died tbe 9ame afternoon. A coreftw'? jury exonerate yon.n. frow ill blame and p?p» able. • • • ! 1 In a recent interview with Bill Bumper, who by the way is "Flrnist the Government" at times, he says: "Of all the goll- darn foolishness of the "New Deal" is the one cutting down the acreage of wheat, corn, and the number of hogs, when we have not enough surplus to feed us a year, and a short crop would. put us on famine rations. What; Is needed is to give the laboring' man a job and the business man a profit on his business, and the so - called over - production will vanish like morning dew on a hot July day, What is needed is to! cut down the cost from the producer to the consumer. The men who do tke transportation, ant the middleman who handles the goods want too big o margin. The railroads cutting down the rates from one to one»thlrd are making more money than with the high rates. Sale days with the merchants make more money and more sales than few sales and more margin. -None ara so blind as those that will not see.'" Henry Ford's success was not In making a big profit on a few thousand cars but In making a small profit on millions of them. Notice to Unemployed By a ruling given down by tbe National Reemployment Service It is necessary for all men who have filed a registration card for work, with tbe National Reemployment office at Glenwood, to call at that office once every thirty days to renew their regls- wa rule l8 not c °£your application re- e <lea4 flles *n<» s« eliminates your opportunity of securing work through this office the final arrangements for the fox hunt sponsored try the Malvern Fire Department hate been completed by the committee In charge, and the Instructions for those planning to Attend have been announced. All persons wishing to partlcl' pate should register At the fire hall in the Community building at Malvern by 8 a. ta. the day of the shoot, Jan. 28. Rules for the hunt bar the use of rifles or pistols and the use of shot larger than number two. The minimum age for persons entering will be 14 years. Plenty of space has been reserved for the hunt to Accommodate as many persons as may wish to attend, and it is earnestly hoped that a large crowd wilt Assure the success of the hunt. There is no charge for entering the hunt. All game will be the property of the Malvern Fire Department. Q -| *,»••* uahty Cleaning and Pressing PAYS We do that kind at the lowest prices. Just Phone 2Q8 and we'll call for and deliver — one day service, Milvcrn Cleaners WP, and Mrs. ft •1 STOP Mr% kecw came <jawn, from 9ib »nd . rM lift r WOT at J ' X Iti The New * JUNIOR DELAV^ I Cream Separator it her^ ; always meant the aenje tf Qf$m Senaratow , i tte a See oup. prise, fo% y i y '^' "' -^ fta low at $1 «* •«ii»v-«?i 1-i.^r J^St'tt l&T* ,i»: -• • ~» %'ij TOSS3B8& QWM*MMS*i

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