The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on February 1, 1934 · Page 8
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mmtimmiimsiisil^sssissss. •• ====== STRAHAN New» of the Sttfthatt Consolidated School hsch stttoed to SfcenandoBB Ttfet- day afternoon to see Oliver Aeft- Declaratory the final feom.e declamatory contest was held Wednesday evening. Jan. 24. at the Strahan a«- AitOTlafn. In oratorical, first place went to LtJla Bradley, *«h "What Think Ye ot Christ?" and second place to Delmas CosteTlo with "Vengeance ts Mine." in tw dramatic Antia Rose Bas* too* first with "the Show Mast Go On" and Dorothy Wilson was close second with "The Valiant. Thora Cunningham took first » the humorous division. Second place was siren to Meredith Pol- Utt with "Little Mabel." Farmer* i«»vu-..w.. Group Met Jan. 25 The fourth meeting of the Farmers Discussion Group wa! held Thursday evening of lasi week. Georpe Curlio. noy Parker and Alfred Shaw spoke on Bee Cattle Feeding Problems of 1934 A group of about forty men heard them. ... The meeting scheduled for thli (Thursday) evening will be post potted one week on account of the county basketball tournament at j Malvern. Hugh At*eft- Athletics Mrs. Howard Kayton spent set- era! days last wee* in the frottte ot her mother, Mrs. Ch*». -*-*" ter, In Randolph. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Angus family, Mrs. Sophia Bralnetd, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Fisher were dinner guests Sunday In the Robert Shanl home. Quite a large crowd went from here to the home of Mr. and Mrs Merrttt Fisher near Hastings where they preceded to give them a real old fashioned charivari. Mrs. B. G. Wederojrtst and Florence visited Thursday with Mrs. Frank Johnson while Mr Wederqvist attended the sale a' the Bert Kline farm. Mrs. Emma Moore Is In Mai vern caring for her daughter Mrs. Mildred Clatterbuck. and In fant son, Joey Ronald. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Jones en tertalned at a fine fried chicke supper honoring their first wed ding anniversary last Wednesda evening. Their guests were Mr nnd Mrs. Oscar Bellknap, John Oene, and Lois, and Mr. and Mrs Frank Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Glpe returned from Lincoln Saturday where they had been the past week with relatives. Mra. Zeno Bass and Anna Rose and Dorothy Nagel visited Earl Bass at Tarklo, Mo. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nagel were in Shenandoah Saturday where they purchased furniture for their home. ^ msum mm Readers , tftetr fetters ntfe? tnd to ttt I pot** — both tor o*r «**« the sake oi e«* readers. I —- - an. is. Ho* tench Io*ger wftt we coft- ttnne to tolerate the present sys- The boys' and girls' basketball teams Journeyed to Bartlett Friday evening and came home with the "bacon." The boys' score was 33 to IB In favor of Strahan. The girls' score was 36 to 22 In favor Of Strahan. The Strahan town 'team also won 27 to 19. Rev. and Mrs. John Cunningham were called to Mt. Ayr Sunday by the death of Mrs. Cunningham's father. Mrs. Edith Warren of Imogene Is , with the Cunnlnitam diUdren ernoo during their parent.' absence. A como ^ tem of marketing in on* present system duce* doei not »av« aaytW«t w y regarding the *"»*•*• get for his Hvestoet. The eacters and processors set ts« price. Shall we continue to allow thfi condition to go on and lose out labor as well as our profit ai w( have b«en doing for a long time At present the market for cat tie and hog* takes all the offer Ing If the packers and processor! can take all the supply at the present price they can use them at a price that will allo* the producer a profit, as they control the price both ways, it they can fi* one price they can pay what they are worth In place of the present low ones. The present condition IB deplorable and must be corrected. How can It be done? The remedy Is simple and here It Is: The government should appoint a commission to set the prices and to grade the livestock, until this Is done we shall continue to raise livestock at a loss and be cheated In weights and grades. Mayo Bass. «tffc«u «» **. tfctW* dS** fro. 2 Heavy fceft* ~*s.-t.— gpttnfs Bta|s 014 r«0*ter£ ets ttgfcef eft ** CLASSIFIED Atettiet el fRf* ords for each piece ot Bill* Cottftty. Mttte tfetmtr Atottaet of tw ***«<»» «« Aw*. «J»d J°*5 title Qlenwood, Jot*., Ugg F0r ttole — AWftU* second cnttlngs, $6 Pf toft farm. Phone 180-F22. — Dickersbach. Bed Clover mid Alfalfa tar to* Bale. — tilaude Brooks, Photo* **"' alfalfa in barn. — Sett Breeding. FOR RENT .—Modetti 3. M, Beckwitn, Imogene - S. E. Mills Methodist Ladies Meet \ Shower for Bride, Groom The Methodist Ladies' Aid Society met In the home of Mrs. Bussard last Thursday aft- »»«*,! »n« left to right! Ralph Ralne, Phillip and Ed^oSi 6 Back rowt Coa'ch Albert Welch, Orantham. and Bunt. W. L. Evans, --Cu t by Courtesy ot The Nonpareil. Seventh and Eighth The eighth grade have organ- ised a Civics club. Us name is Live Wire Citizens. The motto is Live Wire Citizens Do Addy sang a aolo accompanied by Mrg B R ButC her, Scripture «• « g »»• Nearly 150 relatives and friends attended a shower given In honor of Miss Monica Detnp- sey and Frank O'Connor in St. ball Sunday evening, marriage took place ' „„» d roll call. Two re«»r and roll can. HlO JD i ***'* •* -—r — -- • Alice Beam; * lce P™£ entN £ m ° Mr". Wendelle Stuelke, Mrs. J. D. Cunningham; secretary, Norma Q d d Mrg wm comstock. Mccollester. They have .Jnvited Bussard,JTwas given by Charles the seventh grade to Join them. £ .. accom n a nied by Mrs. The eighth grade are making gjuelke a " om ™ aln £ ot projects or booklets based on Juelte munU w.^ u p ^ Whittier's Snowbound. I-.«'- Stuelke, and Miss Anna , roll Todd from the eighth grade and Bobby Blngham from the seventh grade. We are sorry to have them go and hope they will be happy in the schools they now attend. Visitors were Mrs. A. E. Addy and daughter, Eileen, Mrs. Johu Otis, Mrs. C. J. Addy, Mrs. R. Addy, Mrs. B, R. Butcher and daughter, Margaret, Mrs. Maggie Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gee Mr. and Mrs. Harry Comstock Patricks Jan. 88. Tuesday morning, Jan. 30, in St. Patricks Catholic church. The young couple received many beautiful and useful articles to be used in their new borne The shower was sponsored by Miss Annabelle Saner and Mrs Ed Horrigan. Sandwiches, pickles cake, and coffee were served. Mrs. Lester Hood who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Johnny Delehant, left laat Thursday fo a visit with relatives around Coin and Blanchard. Mrs. Delehant accompanied her. Mrs. Hood ani husband will soon leave for the! home In High River. Canada. Last Friday evening a group of neighbors and friends walked In on the Lew Maher family and gave them a very pleasant surprise. Those present were Mr, and Glenwood Cager« Win from Oriole* Both Team. Uad Scoring a* Final Whittle Blow* In the last game before the Malvern high school basketball team plays Pacific Junction in the Mills county tournament the local team lost a closely conterte( game to the Glenwood team a Qlenwood last Friday night. The game, which found Mai vern leading the Glenwood firs string a large part ot the way was hard fought; the score, untl the strong alenwood last quarter never showed a margin of mor Rev. John Cunningham was a dinner guest Friday in the Frank Johnson home. Mr. and Mra. Morris Woodfll' went to Omaha Friday to consult a specialist In regard to Mr Woodflll'8 health and by his orders he entered the hospital for treatment and observation. Mrs. Sam Clark of Omaha wai a week end guest of Arthur and Ines Bradley, Mrs. Louise Kilpatrlek and small daughter, Frances K., are visiting for a tew days in the home of her sister, Mrs. Howard Kayton. Frienda and neighbors went to the home of Robert PolUU last Thursday and Friday and finished gathering his corn for him. Mr. Pollltt has been sick for some John Thomas, F. M. Straight, Gus Tillman, Roseoe Greenwood Wendelle Stuelke, Miss Voncea Pool. Mr, and Mrs, E. I. Tillman o Red Oak were dinner guests in Fox Hunters Return 1 with Little Game The vicious wind and cold ot last Sunday almost, but not unite, wrecked the fox hunt scheduled for that day by the Malvern Fire Department. Some forty brave men defied the bad weather and gathered at the fire hall. Unwilling to give up the sport, the hunters covered one square mile of the territory reserved for the hunt. The game, unfortunately, was even more Inclined than the prospective hunters to stay In the MISCELLANEOUS Tom Bhaw — Piano Tutttnfcj Leave orders with CoUtM OWtf Malvern. of Prtert'* Drug rtttfg Hastings. 86tt ^ Ping Pong Tournament _. {n Glenwood Feb. 7-91 j^ Antoude—Call Art 3 Olenwood ping pong enthu«i-[ kln«, Phone 84, Bmerwm asts are planning an all city tournament in the armory, Feb. 7, B.j and 9. tractor tt>ftd Mrs. Harry Comstock, Mr, and Mrs. Will Comstock, Mr, and Mrs. Eddie Gutschenritter, Mr, and Mrs. Joe Gutschenrltter, Mr. and Mrs. Micheal Delehant Jr., Miss Margaret and Johnny Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Maher, Mr, and Mrs Frank Laughlin. Willie, Albert Red Oak were dinner guests m,FranK t,augnnn. www. *»wv the Harry Comstock home last and Tomrale Rogers, Pie, dough time past and was gather all his corn. unable to Mrs. Scott Jrvin baa beau quite sick the past week and her daughters, Mrs. Carl Salmons oi Red Oak and Mrs, J. W. Mayfleld ot Tabor, have been caring for her, Sunday dinner guests in the Wednesday. Miss Elizabeth Trenholm has been suffering from an injured foot and ankle. She is taking treatments for it in Shenandoah. Gus Tillroan of near Essex was a visitor Thursday In the home of his daughter, Mrs, Harry Com- Btock. Joe Leahy came down from Omaha to spend Sunday with his stater, Miss Mary, and his par^ ents, Mr. and Mra. Will Leahy. Mr. and Mra. J, D. Buasard entertained at a birthday dinner in honor of their daughter. Mrs. Dan Patience, Sunday, Jan. 21, Mr. and Mrs. Patience and daughter. Mary, and Mr. and Mrs. Estelle Buaaard. Bible study clasa of the M. E church met at the home ot Miss Elizabeth Trenholm laat Wednes- nuts, and coffee were served. Pitch and bridge were played, Mike Martin and sons, James, Patrick, Micheal, and Joseph, spent Saturday in Council Bluffs, Miss Anna Maher has beep laid up with lumbago. Miss Mae Maher resumed her teaching at Honey Creek school Thursday of last week, Mrs, Glen Hays is in the Hand hospital in Sbenandoaft recovering from a major operation, home of Mr, and Mrs- Chas. Kay ton were Mr. and Mra. Remit HiUyer and Mr. and Mrs, Millard Gee. Oliver Timson, bis daughter, fire, Jlelen Fenwick. and his grandchildren, Elmer, Pauline, and Bobby Garrett, of Tabor vere Sunday guests In the home of bia daughter, Mrs. Asa Smith Mr, and Mra, Dale LaugWlu 8Bd children were Sunday dinner SU«ets In the home of their sis-* ter, Mrs- HugoSeipold. day evening. The next meeting will be at the Roy Treaholm Jim Skablll who baa been sick for several weeks is able to be at his place of business part ot the time, Mrs. Ida Cassell and son, Jim, and little grandson, Jimmie Sparks, came down from Omaha, Saturday evening and spent Sunday with Miss Anna and Andrew Delehant. Miss Mary Leahy who left here last August to join the Dominican nuns at Sinsinnawa, Wia., is UoYOl o«w r» **»• •« —— - D- than four points. The score at the end of the first quarter was tied at 8-8. at the end of the halt Malvern led 14-12, at the end of the third quarter the score was again tied at 18-18, but Glenwood finished better than Malvern to. the tune of 87-30. ' ' High score man for Glenwood and for the game was Klllman, forward, who made five field goals and one free throw for a total of eleven of Glenwood's points. For Malvern Homer Jackson was high score man with three field goals. The Glenwood second team won from the Malvern second team, 8-2. The scores: Glenwood 1st, 87 pf fl Killman, f 2 '& Hawker, t ~ 1 2 Anderson, c 3 2 Myers, g „...,.,.—3 0 Huebner, g 0 2 Osterholm, f -,<> 0 Mulvern Jet, go Summers, f w ,.,_^3 0 i * fl 2 H, Jackson,'o ,,—3 3 Conner, g „-..——« 0 Bowers, g „—,.—0 i Wills, f „,—,-,0 Glcnwood 2»d, 8 pi C. Hunt, f ~2 Dunbar, f ^^,-,—0 UOl/lllV *•»•«•»••— . •_ * comfort of borne, and the hunt yielded no foxes, a small number It Is an open tournament and] any one may enter by Paying the entry fees of only 16c. Entries close the evening ot Feb. «. '" v I 8 % ln> WBgOIJ, The combatant nations In the U^^iy, Malvern. . . ._ 1..J M*t«t*siVltfiJlTAW I For Bale— Nearly new 8% 1°- wagon, $76. R. World 46,000 •war had spies working *»t*1 on the ,u,w, fronts and In the Interior tones Of thi* number, 1000 were executed or killed, a percentage of 2 22. On all fronts during the j World war 45 million troops were Furniture I Phone 201. For Sale — Oil 29 LOST AND FOUND — Wheel and between tire>; a percentage Ot 18.88 derson. 1x4 11 0x0 2x3 1x1 1x1 0x0 8x3 Ixl Oxl 1** 0x0 4 3 9 at the Malvern Sale 1s ! UiO* C-tLU miUEf Orv P*UO*»4lf** w (*» ; ?T *«* t •" Mrs. Donald Maher and baby home tor a two weeks visit with are visiting her parents, Mr. and h er parents, Mr. and Mrs. W'" Mra. Otis Davis, near Coburg. I Leahy, and other relatives. Misses Margaret, Mary Ann, The Young Ladles' Sodality and Winifred Ryan spent Sunday ga ve a miscellaneous sbower a iee Me with their mother, Mrs. Allie Ryan, at the Mercy hospital- The a houae op the farm occu home of Mrs, Carrie Thursday evening in honor o M{ as jjonlca Pempsey. The bride MW« UUUDO «** ***«* »w»*** wv*r»» •. ju^ao flAWW*va f*?*"*"* 1 ^, *•**• *••*• pled by Oliver Hasgluml south- to be received many pretty a east of here was destroyed by fire WB u &B useful gifts. RegUtraUen Law Re4uce» Garrott, o gchneckloth, f r-^-t; woodruff, g ». T *-S Hunt, f T ,,,,-,.,l Hall, f - Tr ^.—".< Blerman, g *„***» I JIalvem 8»4, 9 Knight, I Mr ,««8 0 E. Jackson, f ,,,,8 Hyde, Caiey, Jxl 0X1 8x3 0x0 Oil OxQ Edw. 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