The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on February 22, 1934 · Page 7
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 7

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, February 22, 1934
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ew Club the Plattvtne Far* if&ii Vixi: itMiyk *i&f**M±'j. Img was neia FrKfay evening fc, M tfri lletiifefciHi sctool I the ine^tng Was called ts or- tf by the president and then Was taed etc? le tb« pfoffain conv Jttet. •-..•- . • Mf. KrtflttHe*, tfce county •ent, gave a talk and said about '*« fanneri bad signed the ..*og estttraets so far, these .itracts are to be Sent to the ir» Bateau office and checked •of. ffee permanent committee ill Check theft before they are nt to Washington. Mr. klijsatrlek introduced the !W clnb agent for Mills County irold Ingle. Mr. Ingle gave a Ik on the county club work, the •Is have ten achievements to jrk for. their project this year first year home furnishing, the jys in this township are joining le sow and litter club and also Je baby beef clab. thirty-six fcys are interested in the sow an Iter work and i? in the bab ef work. Shirley Lincoln ha en appointed club leader. I the program committee for th larch 2 meeting Is: Mrs. Job >ntrup, Roy Lincoln, and Mrs afe Lincoln, the serving com llttee is: Mrs. H. M. Lincoln Irs. Charles Karr, and Mrs. s. C pneoln. ,£* ^ ******** Dear's . tte * tfce Ie * (lc ' 1 e*is year's project aid the fcnsic ttemoTy at* / ?T, °*' are as follows: - - *• w party Thursday honoring tfre ' young people's etass erf Cat* Strt- day school, also their twiner and Ms wife. Mr. and Mr*, t,. B . Brammeier. the evening w to spent tn piay- ng games and singing and at a ate hour refreshments ot cake cookies, and tntt salad were served. I ' "^^^^M OWew SafWs «f fteMeiton pat? ntp t new Wiafttottt lant Wednes *ay on tft* i. W. castor farm •"%ttWe« t>y Mtrto* Hahan Mr. atrd J*t». fttrt flat-man ha *« - . EHen, and Mrs. Laura HaH , were ift Malvern . . business fn OJenwood Taesday Ht, a*d Jtrt. Jarte^ Hicks and his Jftot&M- w«t% fft Malvem Wed nesday ftftemooa. We are te*y L. B. fifatonwier was In Mai- to report the passing ot owr friend and neigh- bo*, Mf. SteteiM. t»e relatives fcave oaf tyttfttktftf. Mr. and Mrs. He*fy Schilling Rttth Ellen, Mrs. Laura Hall, Russell and Opal HaH, and Ma- He fmis o! GfeftwDWd enjoyed « faiWly dttinef at tne Raymond liome «o*tS of Malvern Kath- DMn.n: -fe« , Delpha Conner, reporter . f n f« ,*• ««e three MW m e m- hers this year we had an Imogene - S. E. Mills refreshments to be served Irs. Wilson Talks at Center Bureau M Address Meeting La«t Wednesday Evening Center township held their reg- llar township meeting Wednes- fay evening, Feb. 14. Features on the program were talk by Mrs. Carl Wilson on the ^atchery problems and how butcheries are to be operated un- Ber the new AAA code, and also k talk by Mrs. Fred Farquhar on Bowers, and a talk by Miss Helen Juch giving a summary of the wa Farm Bureau Federation nvention held at Des Moines ilan. 24, 25, and 28. «.Threfl musical numbers were |rfta which included a piano solo Jortejyan-Owdel, a piano frothy, Buch, and songs eUa, Leota, and Juanlta iproco, lijthe club agent, Harold Ingle. iMs-Jfltrqduced by Mr. Kilpatrlck lana gave a few remarks concern- ling the status of club work in the I County. I, Following tftls two reels of Itopving pictures entitled "Native IState" were sfcown and also a one I reel comedy. < We are looking forward to this new year with much Interest nne ''' re P<Tter. Club Leader* Get Project Lessons . .Year Home Furnish' "»*" to be Studied by Members . Qal ' ne ' 1 . extension home furnishing, m- Btructed thirteen 4-H club ieaS- 1 6lr " rst Ies8on ln the «"* home furnishing project. Leaders present at this lesson will present this material to their 4-H clubs in the county. These clubs are: Sllverette club, of Silver Creek Twp., Mrs. Hoy Donnor, eader; Clever Cooks club, of Anderson, Mrs. W. L. FIckel, lead- M r ;» S A h ™™ ck cl "b. of Rawles Mrs. A. B . Cumlngs, leader; Wide » cl «». of Center. Miss Buch, leader; Busy Dees lub, of Plattvllle, Miss Margaret Lincoln, leader; Silver Cloud lub of Silver Creek and White Cloud townships., Mrs. Newell f• wi,'i» ^1 er>> Clove? Leaf club . f White Cloud. Mrs. Mlllard Cur^ s, leader. The next lesson on home furnishing to ba presented to the W|U Give Farewell Sufpris* for the Sullivan Family one hundred friends and rela lives gathered at St. Patricks hal Sunday evening and gave a fare well surprise In honor of tterber Sullivan and family who wll soon move to the Gardner farm eight miles south of Shenandoah Miss Charlotte and Gene were not present at the affair as Gene Is quite sick with measles and Charlotte acted as nurse In the absence of Mrs. Sullivan. Cake and coffee were served and cart Playing and old time singing and visiting furnished entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan have lived here a number of years and will be greatly missed In the community, they were boosters for every good cause and faithful workers In St. Patricks church and school. Mrs. Sullivan Is a member of St. Patricks choir, their many friends wish them success and happiness in their new home. 9 and will be conducted by Mlsi Florence Forbes. <y~ V " -"' " OAKS [Bu»y Bees Begin Study of Picture* for 1934 Work •TT '2 le re * ula »" meeting of the 4- Ishl * BeeS °*' f lattvlHe town ' (at the borne ortbe leader, Mrs' |Margaret w ncolDt ten regular members and two "w members answered roll mil 'JSfmW* , favo '' lte P aln ««>K. topics on pictures to e first year borne fur|.-«....*.ii l ,vuu{ i se was discussed, one •Picture subject being assigned to leacb member to look up and tell line story about it,'Floor and w " |coverJ 0?!: were also 4iscussed, rt» be Kuhl. _ adjourned of fruit punch and ' tbe Oaks Sunday School Notes We had 'our Sunday school at Oaks at 10 o'clock Sunday on account of several wanting to attend Xhe funeral of Mr, Stevens In the afternoon. We had an attendance of 29 despite the blus^ try winter weather, Memory verses were recited by the primary grade, Sunday school will be at 2 o'clock next Sunday, the usual hour. Every one wbo can come and bring some one with you. Imogehe Girl Married at Pacific Junction Miss Mildred Hillyer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Heber Hillyer, and Ross Bryant, son of Eugene Bryant, were married In Pacific Junction Feb. 14, by Rev. t, J Pettlt, pastor of the Methodist church there. The ring ceremony w^s used. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. C. R Phelps, uncle and aunt of the bride, the bride was beautifully attired in a blue silk crepe dress with accessories to match, and the groom wore a dark suit. Both are graduates of the Strahan consolidated school and both are very popular, the groom will ,be employed the coming year with Vern-Mathews near Tabor? Their many friends here extend congratulations. • Mr., and Mrs. Harry Comstock entertained at Sunday '-dinner ??„;• an ? U rs> Elmer »»* an ^ worn of Shenandoah, Oust Tillman of Essex and Mr. and Mrs. Will Comstock, Mr. and Mrs, Pat ,Maher entertained about 85 friends and relatives last Tuesday at a farewell dance Jn honor of John 0. Outs- Robert Thyer, living east of Valley View P. T, A. MeeU at Oak» School The Valley View P, T, A/was beld at the Oaks school Friday night. Quite a number of visitors were present. A very Interesting program was given by the children and some of the adults. ,An interesting part of the program was the physical training exercises given, the children using balls to keep time with tbe music. At the close re, freshments were served of sand, wlches, pickles, cookies, and cot- fee, t The next program and meeting will be held a pickerel school tbe tnirfl Friday evening In March. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Phelps and daughter, Sbirjey, vlsjtefl bis brother at Klrkman Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, QeralO- Viner and her motber, Mrs, Wetetrom, were called to Minnesota last; Tuesday by Ibe ijeatb of M^S. y * • Cotter, Tbey returned, Mr. an4 Mrs. Henry «««*, spent TbursOay Jn Hastings & borne of ber uaejie. Tbe 811601 P*JF «*"»» **» M« men attended a sate In tbe after* BQ.QU to o a mule Monday while 1 »?»«««• ,«.»« at tte' Sard Fr8nk Mrs, Mike Delebant, Sr, and Irene of Shenandoab spent r> flBd Mr, and Mrs. Nick Ballain of Imogene were dinner guests in ?ay SKek 39118111 bWe °» e Mrs. Pat Maher, QeraW 8n d Mae, and Mrs, Tom Mr n Mr, and Mr§. w, J, Comstock and Mr. a«a Mrs. Harry K stock attended the funeral of Mrs, James Comstock near ton Friday afternoon; Mrs. stock, WS 9n 8ttnt of W111 Mrs. M, Prlnty returned tbe latter part of tbe week f ram Qreejy Mf. aad Mfs. Floyd dee went to Bhenandoah Friday to see Mrs. LeOfia Cummlngs at the Hand hospital, the ladles are sisters they brought the Cnmmlngs two small children, Phyllis and Nadine./home with them. Mrs, Maggie Lewis fell at her home here recently and Injured her hip badly. Miss Elizabeth trenholm la driving B new Chevrolet sedan. •*»" ------ - » * ^ •** "» t^wwn spen i Monday night in the Let. Gntseh- Hankftt*,fand wfll oter the same for sale? The Walter Hilton home *yne and to the highest bfddei for en*h In I the sr ene of a happj HiltZ spent hand at The Court House in enrftter home. Sheriff'* Sale BT VIRTUE OF AN ^,^ VJ TION directed to me from the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Mills Connty, Iowa on a Jttdgwent obtained in said eonrt on the ieth day of February, 1934, in favor of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company as Plaintiff and against Elwln A. Henderson, et al as Defendant, for the sum of $11,109.19 and costs tated at $184.18 and accruing fosts, I have levied upon the fol- owlng described Real Estate situated in Mills County, iowa. aken as the property of said De- endant to satisfy said execution o-wlt: the Sonth Forty-Five (45) Acres of the South-Half (SH) of the North-West Quarter (NW>4) and the North One- Hundred Six Two-Thirds (M 106 2-3) Acres of the South- West Quarter (SW»4) of Section Nine (9) Township Seventy-One (71) North Range Forty-One (41) West of the Bth P. M.. Mills County, Iowa. To sell at Execution Sale, Gtenwood, Iowa, on the 24th day of March A. D.. 1934, between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day. commencing at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, when and where doe attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated at Olenwood. Iowa, this 17th day of February A. D., 1934 W. g. DeMoss. 32-2. Sheriff of Mills Connty erlng Sunday in honor of four who had birthdays recently. They Were Walter, Harry. Mrs. Hazel Hilton Cntler, and MlTlftrd Hilton. They enjoyed a bountiful dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Andrew* visited relative in Clarlnda Saturday. HILLStfALE Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Andrews and children and Mr. and Mrs Frank Sawyers were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Baucom Jr. Bevnard Gray of St. Joseph. Ho. Is spending a few days In the Walter Hilton home. The Guy Wolfe family have >een having a siege of the meas- es the past week hut are much better this week. The East Liberty people came over to Hlllsdale Friday evening and gave a pleading program which the Hlllndale people are re- ttinUiiR this Friday evening. Harmon of aienwood THE WAY OUT NO. sa _. »» C. fe. 23 There has been paid out to the wheat farmers for the curtailing of wheat acreage, by the government, $38.295,590. Collections from the wheat processing tax from which the adjustments will be made, has to- talled 150,721,631—8 difference of , $11.426,641 which the 120 breBd-catnrB have paid. HiUHnRton Sunday, llns ftrnr Co. "SHAitP STOMACH PAtNB UP8KT MV WltOLfc SYSTEM" Says K. HentRCR: "1 tried ft $1 bottle (3 weeks treatment) of Dr. Emll's Adla Tablets under your guarantee. Now the pains aro ?one and 1 rat anything." Col- Here's Your Opportunity to Buy! Caudell Brothers Big •••••»••————— d '•P* "—^^"""•••^•••••^•l will be held in their bams in Malvern *•••• <v commencing at one P. M. sharp. ^ . 23 35 Head Horses, Mules 35 These Horses and Mules are ALL NATIVE We do not have the space here to describe each) animal, but we will have plenty of pairs as well as 1 odd horses and mules. ^ e hors es and mote so this will the date dbringypur ' 1 IV. It will be « wonder, ful opportunity to 8*t good hoMM.

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