The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on January 25, 1934 · Page 8
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 8

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, January 25, 1934
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PAGEElGHt tHfe MALVfeftN MWAftt jfe tfli ST R A H A N Utti<*i Plan* fof fftttrffi arid Sim Ana Sktli Ewttiitftit ton. mtry Conrad and Mrs. OftHfe Belt were feostwaes to the Ladles' union at the home of Mrs. Conrad last Wednesday afternoon, fhere *at a nice attendance despite the bad road*. A snort bttslftegg meeting was helc and the remainder of tire afternoon was ' devoted to (Raking plan* tor the serving of the Father and Son banqaet Which Wilt be held at the ennfcn Wednesday, Jan. «1. At the eloae of the meeting the hostesses served refreshments oi chicken sandwiches, pickles, pumpkin pie, and coffee. The next regular meeting will be Feb. 7 at the home of Mrs. Prank Johnson who will be as- aisled In servln* by Mrs. Oscar fteltknap. Birthday Surpri»« Giren , Mrs. Everett Retheffofd Mrs. Everett Retherford was pleasantly surprised on her birthday last Sunday when relatives came to her home to help her celebrate. A fine basket dinner Was served and enjoyed at noon and the rest of the afternoon was spent in visiting. those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Collier and family, j Mrs. W. M. Collier. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fisher and family of dlen- wood, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Paulson and family of Omaha, Mrs. Ethel Hartley and family, Louis Acben- bach, Cash Woods, Elton Olllen, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pollltt and family. Mrs. Zeno Bass and father, .Adam Olpe, autoed to Tarklo ' Saturday to visit Earl Base. Raymond Laughlln visited his wife at the state hospital In clar- tttda last Wednesday. Mrs. Floy Young is In Red Oak where she Is taking care of her Mater, Mrs. Pratt. The fourth farmers' discussion meeting will be held at the Strahan school Thursday evening, Jan. 25, at 8 o'clock. The topic will be "The problems of the Cattle Feeder In 1934." Alfred Shaw, George Curtis, and Roy Parker will give talks. Be sure to come. Superintendent Coxon was in Olenwood Monday In charge of a corn-bog contract meeting, Nearly 200 men were present. Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Bass, Mr. and Mrs. Einmett Olpe, and Mrs. Cbas. Olpe attended the sale at the Tabor college Friday. Howard Kayton and son, Charles, attended a horse sale at Shenandoah Saturday. 'Mrs. Chas. Amlck of Henderson IB a guest this week In the hpine of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Glpe. The annual fathers and softs banquet of the Strahftn M. 6. church win he held In the tftire- ment of the chntch on fcext W inesday, March 31, at 7 o'clock. There will be a short program and Homer Coppoek of Shenandoah will he the principal speaker. The meal will be served by the ladies and the cost will he but lOc per plate. Make yotir reservations early with Ret. i. A. Cunningham so the ladies will know how many to prepare for. Every father and son in the community invited to come. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar fietlknap entertained friends at a dancing party at their home Friday eve* ning. Late in the evening refreshments were served. CHAMPION HILL Joe McLain and Frederick Larson broadcasted over KFNF Wednesday morning. They received several letters ot congratulation. dene Loomls visited over the Week end with John and Francis Parker. He left the first of the week for a visit with his sister near Des Motnes. He was a welcome visitor at Champion Hill Sunday morning. Francis Parkers were visitors; In the H. L. Kelleabarger home one day last week, Sherman Allen transacted business in Red Oak and Shenandoah Monday. While in Shenandoah he called on his niece, Dorothy Gamble, who was injured in an auto accident not long ago. She is in the hospital with a weight attached to her head while a cracked bone in her neck knits. She came near having a broken neck, Hadley Parker is getting along very well. The doctor changed the cast on his leg Monday morning and reported it to be doing all right. Joe McLain attended the corn- hog school of instruction Wednesday and Thursday. Monday the vicinity was well represented at the meeting in Hastings and most of those In attendance expressed their desire to join in the movement. Ronald Honeyman and Clarence Johnson called on Hadley Parker Sunday and were dinner guests in the home. F. O. Kochersperger and Dean McLain visited the South Omaha stockyards Wednesday. Jean Kochersperger accompanied them as far as Emerson where she vis- IA Akatt Cla**f« at KATHARINE HEPBURN *> p-'r-q H y ' /" U ited high school and was a dinner guest in the ttoea Boyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Parker and daughters, June and Mary Mae, enjoyed an oyster supper in the home of Mrs. Parker's brother, Leslie KeUeabarger, Mesdames Harriet McLain and Flora Kochersperger called on Flora Allen Tuesday afternoon. EAST LIBERTY J. H. Whiteside* Has Painful Injury J. H. Whttesldes recently had the misfortune to meet with quite a painful accident while shelling corn with a handsheller. In some manner the middle finger on his right hand was caught in the machinery, badly crushing the flesh, and two bones were broken. A doctor was called to take care ot the injury and although it has been quite painful seems to be improving as well as could be expected. STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION OP ; FARMERS STATE BANK organized under the laws of Iowa, located at Straban, in the County of Mills, »t the close of business on the 30th day of December,' A. 11. 1033, RESOURCES Loins and Discounts, Bonds and Securities Overdrafts ,__ Bank House _„ ' __,$ 3,500.00 Furniture and Fixtures ... 1,600.00 Due from banks and bankers, cash and ;- cash items ; _ JH5.921.32 12.57 5,000.00 31,210.22 Total Resources LIABILITIES Capital Stock _.,_ , _ i 26,000.00 Surplus fund —„.,______„__,_ ,' 5,000,00 Undivided profits (after deducting ex;. peases) __, _ _„_ _ 2,507 05 Individual deposits subject to check _, 101,82839 SftYlugs deposits , __, 6,991.89 TJwe certificates of deposit H 700 31 Demand certificates, certified checks, cash* Jer/s checks and unpaid dividends „„„_ u? 07 fl52,144,ll 30,000.00 8,507,06 119,637.06 1152,144.11 ,': Total Liabilities _ ........ STATE OF IOWA _ Mills County .,^, e ', T- ^' B»"-- elton ' President; Chas. GJpe, Vice President; and ' rlswel1 ' aa W er ' -f the bank above named, do solemnly swear is '""' tw 8nd correct ' to the best T. M. Brazejton, President. Chtis. Glpe, Vice , Sworn to before me and subscrlb ed in my presewe by - elton. Chas. Glpe, and 8, M. Criswell, this 13th day ot- January, 1934. Att..t.ui «v a "' uHa ^ Cll> J , UStIce ot Peace ln attd to?WHU County. Attested By ; H. W. Dye, Zeno Baas. Directors. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Adams drove down from near Dallas, So. Dak. last week, called by the death of her father, Mr. Mlckel- son, at Kellerton. Mrs. Adorns remained for a few days visit with East Liberty ,,»«», t. MelhodUt Church The young people will please remember the Gtenwood Institute next Saturday. The cost is only 35c. Plan 16 go. Next Friday evening we -hall have our January church night supper and program here at the church. There will be a miscellaneous program and address by the pastor on "The Jew Through the Centuries." Bring sandwiches and a covered dish and come. On Feb. 16 we shall go to Hillsdale with a> Church Night program. Next Sunday morning we shall have the Sacrament ot the Lord's Supper. Short sermon, "The Guest Chamber of the • Soul." Church school at 11. Lesson subject, "A Christian According to Christ." If you do not have a church home you are invited to make this your spiritual home. ro**ytt« to *rge ifft * tfttte. flit tig?? Sfc* *a* i clerk rh S A, aiM, .....-—. ».-.» -friirr-i "friiiti_m mafrf&il He ImftntmSl aepaiTiBvnw HBEITB fft *# *»t *o* m tut. thf*Jo*Wftt **«ta*t — ftflftftt* memm they wo*ti ftp em a t*im tr«i , Wftft tfce posttwm? wtt, a*_ ifcift— Mf. wb«ia fear* M «rty tffltfe wtth the new otfcfat *n« fit s»fi»« ftics |*t» fot W* frtetta*, they oagni to »»k« twt slfft* (y^tfi OT f Vfl t)^ A Wf»5_Sf BfnliU 1 tfeeyf Most H«f_ttte«)ft Je»_et« ihefe the p*rty fn thfs st*te f to w*tk out a *late aad decld* who dhali fa sn1i*orted for tfi* diftetWrt offices. the ipitlttafy, they say, 1» * good thlftt only tot * majottty Celebrated Two Birthday* Monday Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. B. B. McFall spent the day in Malvern Monday with Mr. and Mrs. 8. R. Hurst. The occasion was honoring the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Hurst; also ot Mr. McFall. Other guests relatives there. Mr. Adams made I were Mr. and Mrs. J, R, Hurst, a short visit here with his par-* jtfra. Harnum; also Mr. and Mrs ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Adam. ----- - " on his return trip to Dakota. Mrs. Harry Hoover and two little sons from near Malveru spent Thursday- of last week with her sister, Mrs. C. I. Shapcott: e , Miss Marjorie Rlckaliaugh of Silver City was a Saturday night and Sunday guest of Miss Mary Henderson. R. c. Mayberry from near HHla- dale. The day was pleasantly spent by all and the friends of these people thus honored join in wishing them many more 'pleasant birthday anniversaries. B. B. McFall and Clyde Jackson drove to Kellerton last Wednesday to attend the funeral of a friend, Mr. Mickelson, A New Gasoline ¥** A gasoline tax revision bill that will entirely replace present gasoline tat laws, was passed by the House, 87 to 11, Thursday last. The new bill, drawn by Ass't At* torney General Leon Powers* who hat been trying to recover gat tax evasion funds for the state, caused quite a fight. By this bill refunds on gasoline takes will be confined to those using motor fuels In farm tractors, stationary engines, airplanes, motor boat*, and cleaning and dyeing establishments. Would Reduce Automobile Pee* House File No. 160, which passed the House Dec. 9, la on the Senate calendar and was called out of committee by Sena* tors Hill and Mulvany. It would reduce license fees paid on automobiles to the extent of 25 per cent after three years' registration, 50 per cent after four yean, 76 per cent after five years, and all license based on value of cars after six years. Politics in the Making A lot of former office-holders, some of them ex-members of the General Assembly, are noted about the state house every day, State officials could tell you that some of these gentlemen (and ladies) have held lucrative jobs in nice state offices in the past, and failing to get under cover, In tbe new regime are now planning to REAL ESTATE Record o! instruments filed IB the offices of the ft&eordef and Cietk of inatriet coon of Mill* county, Iowa, trofn Jan. IS, 1914, at 8 a. as., to Jan. ift, 1984, at 8 *. in. (Two Quit Claim Deeds filed but not of record), John F. Hammer to Franklin Life tot. Co. (W, ft.) $1 and V. 0. Land in 8 and 9*71-43. Sduitable Life Ins. Co. to B. W, Clark, Cotnf. of Ins. (W, D.) $1 and V. o. Land in *&*?!* 4_j a«'7i>41 and 8_*7l*40. B. H. Lougee to Metropolitan Life' Ins. Co. (W. D.) |1 and V, 0. 180 acres in J-71-40. Wm. Skllllcorn to Charley B. Henderson (W. D.) |1 and V. C. 120.86 acre* in 3*72-48 and 34-73-48. Fred 3, Grassmeler to Mr*. P. 3. Wallace (W, D.) $6600. Loti 1 and 2, Blk. 75, Olenwood. Pearl Harbor et al to A. H. Bar* bor et at (W. D.) (Re-record) Division of partnership prop* erty. Lots 1 to 6, Blk. 8, Pt. Lot 6 in 10-73-40, Henderson, and EVi NEU and B% 8BU 9-73-40. A. H. Harbor et al to A. J. Harbor (W. O.) (Re-record) Division of patrnership property. Lots 1, 2, 3, Blk, 1, Railroad Add,, Henderson. Trustee* Emerson Cemetery to Mrs. Sussannah Fisher (Com. Deed) $12. Lots 11 and 24, Emerson Cemetery./ Mrs, Sussannah Fisher to Nellie Fisher (Cem. Deed) $1. 8. 18 ft. Lot 24, Emerson Cemetery. Olated drapery tffintt to cteoia fed and orange teakes. this fa> tallied Jacket, Worn with, * Mbtwd crepe frock with net-Mint vert high «t front Another profession thai seems to have totally disappeared during the past four yean is that ot efficiency etpert. —* Columbus Ohio State Journal, * CLASSIFIED ADS get front seats off Ice-distribution: [next "year*! see the active, gray-headed fellow there? He ia putting the gubernatorial bee in the hat of several likely luminaries, That young fellow? Wants to run for state auditor, but wants members and Record of instruments filed In the offices of the Recorder and j-lerk ot District ofi|«Ul| county, Iowa,' fram^an/ 6, at 8 a. m., to Jan, 12, 1934, at 8 a, m. • " (One deed filed, but not ot record), . James L. Chambers to Euphemea ' * Brower (Q. C, D.) II. Tract In 7-78*48 and 12-78-42, ABSTRACTS OP Complete Abstract et Title records tor each piece ot property* in Mills County. Mills Coaaty Abstract Ob. (Member ot the American Title Assn. and Iowa Title Asm.) ' Qlenwood, Iowa. 48tf. SEEDS AND FEEDS For Sale —Alfalfa hay, First, jtecond, and third cuttings, f 8 per ton at the farm, Phone 180-F2J. — Fred Dlckersbach. 27-2. Red Glover and Alfalfa hay for sale. — Claude Brooks, Phone 171-F20. ' STtf, For Bole — Baled alfalfa hay in barn.-—Ben Breeding, 22tf. FOR RENT For Bent —Modern house.— J, H. Beckwlth. 8tf. MISCELLANEOUS Tom Shaw' Piano - Leave.orders e ,f}tl»CpiUnf kins, Phone 34, Emerson; ~Tbe, Mftlvern Mill wtlf 4 4-7 bushels good corn la change for a 49 Ib, sack of flQttr, - : J8tf,' , J Liquor Commissioning a Good Job; May Refund County Road Bonds Correspondent Furnishes Careful News Summary of General Assembly and Opinions Not Necessarily The Leader's Safe low- Motor Vehlclo D«pt. Hiut your hurry? off? Then you »b,owld b* ijj th<? What's Your Hurry JJOHESTLY ixew, ' ** 1$ i( a dejire to firc»s. |* H » d«*irfl t« say? % few niittut«»? Jf »o, y,«u are g^iu,l«r, far you risk | lite »n»wx the saying oi " h tv .U f .Uu'l fiir to iummt wup *ve »» ' C»lr to About 3000 men have applied^ for the jobs ot liquor commission* ing, if and when the new liquor bill Is made a law — no ladles. Tbe House cut the number of commissioners required from nine to three, and the Senate will change that to five, with the board to be non-partisan to tbe extent of three of one party and two of the other, And the salaries will be boosted by tbe Senate back to $5,000 per year for each commissioner. That is the dope given us by those who seem to know. If the jobs were let on bids we imagine tbe governor could get men to take them at a fraction of the proposed .salaries, but proponents of the law want "outstanding and well qualified men" to handle bard liquor dispensation in Iowa. Highway Bonds Refunded? The highway refunding bond bill, passed by the Senate lu December, an,4 wblcb tell iuta tbe hands of an unfriendly high way committee IB tbe House, brought onto tbe floor of House for a battte lajrftl Wednesday. Representative J o h » » o a of Wn» county charged thai sltlon to tbe bill canje Iroffl ties Which, had. refused to bond* for bjf hwa.y These counties do not care bow tba cou»Uw tb&t bongs get out of tbelr Tbe latter counties are .,., to be forever prftt»cte4 »WlS*t tbe» t« levy a t»* ta boad», bftwevw, by some $o «au»Uw b»ve Allocating New Tax Money ' Allocation of funds to tbe S? counties may be tbe biggest obstacle to passage of a new tax bill, yet. The Senate on Wednes* day came to a test rote on the question as to which of several tax revision bills should have preference. Senate File No. 130, as rewritten by fifteen Senators and offered as a substitute Igr Senate File No. 1, tbe "admlnis-' tr-tioa bill" drew 27 votea to 23 opposed. This vote was in con> pjittee of the whole, which is no official vote at but H does pring .No, 830 to fore as the chief bill of the sej. Bion to pa debated > during present weefc The net Inconne tax bill, corporation tgx, ana tbe sales tax, all Jnclude4 in gena& File No. 1, nifty he sldetr&cke4 J a favor ot tttis. pla» to ge| ewvito tapp,ey to »8)te ft reaucWoft o| one-third IB real estite SBd pyonj. erty tsxea. - _ c- -|- AUQCfttipB of , tbe n«v Mil j^ tbe fe»r«J to sojye. Cities state St b.\jt tJ»f m dletrlcte JUtl? to go wt. A at the Malver o Sale Barn • .'»V .7* Jan. atlili o'ciqck ebarp* "< 9m BHUW™ " *^, ^R* 4 ^WW?'"^^^^7 ^^^™ 12 head of; f eo^ South Dakota Hornet and Mule» ai fojlowi; Pair Black GeldinRi, 6 yr,, old, wt 2800; 4 and 6 m» old, i'.iit; 2SOO} Span BlMt Marei, ; 6 and 7 jyi. f , ( &j£ -q l^Drit Jil^j good broke to iaddle or w ' " " "" iv ^ "" m?,XmtfS. "KfSHSm ^**M»*i(»i*!£?» iSTI-'r but^riw^wfc ^, Afe-f I »*. .-ij^wit; • tsfiOiAA,- M *iJ-

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