The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on March 1, 1934 · Page 1
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Tr THE MALVERN LEADER 9BK ^B^» "^^^" ^^^^^^^^^^W * _..«™..fc-j^iM, ****> ac..ai. at; a a^. j^jfe^^.j^jM jji jUJt! J&i-jBEi , tmmaBAf, MARCH i, Pfodttcen to Be Held en Monday €Attl«tn«ft 10 DilcttM 10 Ptac* srS^ B "SST*ltMwMfisIii to Invite POUtieS OPH^J T ^ te Shewing ef New Furniture A tteetlhg of twit feeders and breeders win be held la Waiver* ttofid&y, March t. at i P. *., al tfce Cottntnnlty building, to die- Cfift* whkt plan* can be * lated to btlftt b«et fr uftiet the Agttcnltnfal ttent Act, saya I. f. WMffli, *** bag been Instrncted to is«n« a call for such a gatfceHng. This county meeting is expect* ed to Iff and line ftp What they •belief e should be the state policy in ordet 16 fet the best returns io taffteilf interested in this part of agrlettttnre. At the county meeting it is expected that a delegate will be chosett who wilt f etc tesent this county at the state meeting called tot March ? in ties "Moines. Last week in Des Molnes over one hundred farmers and beef producers held an' informal discussion ot the present situation and they felt U was time for Iowa farmers who feed and breed beet animals to begin thinking ot their industry, ,K6 definite action was taken at the Des Molnes meeting beyond issuing a call for tbe state-wide meeting March 7. Because the state corn-hog committee had a state-wide or- ganisation the beet producers asked Chairman R. 1*. Evans to use his fleldmen to institute the local beet meeting, says W. F. Httbbard, local fleldman, who will be present at the meeting at Malvern. All farmers who raise cattle for breeding purposes or feed cat* tie should attend the county meeting and take a part in the discussions. Last year beef cattle •production was the largest in the 'history of the .world and with • ! " beef at present not a basic ..Industry there is a possibility of a serious further over - production which will mean a loss to cattlemen greater than has been expe> ., Tlenced' in the past unless steps itfio plan-a program are taken, . tt tie W«tf* ot fc«S«*rt 06 fctow» fw»*rd!ttf ,»*£ tot»s aftd campaigns for IKS fcew crof o* j&etttfeHSB. Al 4 ready have nnmetoas candidates announced their intentions of entering the lists. 5p*hlhf »tVS fr«* tn» J*> pn%tieafc party Witt es»* *w day eveHifcit feowevef, when Wnltney W. SilMllated sf Ql*** wood has called a meeting of the Young Repnblienn club of Mills cctifety *t the court house at 8 p. m. Mr, CHlHUand asks all youtag tetwWlcans vt other* interest* ed in--the political scene from this standpoint to attend the Session, Firemen Award 12 with Certificate! for Service at Banquet Annual Frolic Held Thursday Evening with Large ' Attendance Twelve firemen were awarded service certificates Thursday evening when the Matvern Volunteer Fire department held its annual frolic itt the basement of the Community building. The men had served ten or more years in the department and the awards were made on the basis of this This year firemen invited their wives and friends to their annual frolic, a wise procedure, as they had wives prepare them a pot luck supper. From a supply of food which would have struck a responsive note In the heart of any interested In removing agricultural surpluses, all guests served themselves cafeteria style in a generous manner. Committees of the firemen served coffee and ice cream and cake In addition to the main course of tbe meal. Following the dinner L., A. Talbott presided over the award- Ing of the certificates giving a short outline ot the function and record ot the department. Pointing to its unusual record of long service and democracy, of. spirit Witt MeW Open ««*** S*i «f day to Ufttttttfti at Big Store An unusual business gesture fe being made this week by the Mansfield Furniture store when 11 is te hold open house to* a sprint showing of furniture and flow* coverings. R. W. Mansfield, oWn« of the store, cordially invites all interested to attefcd the showing Saturday. Mr. Mansfield has been — btlng one of the largest stock! of fcew furniture in southwest Iowa recently and his showinf Saturday will show the newest trends in style and material itt furnishings. He urges ail inter ested to attend the showing whether they plan to buy or Bot Several factory representative will be present at the showing Saturday and will explain detail ot furniture construction and design and will discuss home plan* nlng and wise buying methods. The store will also present a souvenir to every adult attending during the day. A more complete announce* ment ot the showing wilt be found in the store's advertising on pages 3 and 6 ot this issue. County Seat In Match 16 County giffctlntendent Amy Haffiffiett afittfttftces the annual county spelling contest to take staee Mate* IS in th6 court house IB olenwotfd. farther particulars fotef. „ ^^^^^ Fellowship Tuesday Nigh LIIOUWVW- ledge No. 68, A. P « A. M, ftetebfaWd the nationwide FeitowlWS day ot the Ma BOhlc ordef Tuesday evening wit a nice pWffafti, a demonstrate ot work, a social good time, an refreshments served at the cloe by th» local brethren.. The prin was given by Rev Session of AiietnWy Nean Adajurnment Acctfnpliftliinenti I ft ftkii&tt of fa* Bttt; Baftk Legislation Wheft spring Comes to** legls- ators Wnell the lush odof of thawing earth, usnalty end their efforts aftd §e home If they are attending a session ot the General Assembly. Governor Herring's present session, already running beyond Its allotted time, is getting restless tor home fields and will probably adjourn this Week or next. To its credit the special ses •ion ot the Assembly can already count five accomplishments and will probably act on a halt do*en more before adjourning. Last week the two houses completed the interim tax bill and sent It to tbe governor. The most radical tax bill ever passed by the Assem- \ FiU&ITUftDlT Pftlftieaity mlitded Malvernian* Interested In the Board ot Eda- eattott must get their nominations 6d and filed by tteon fiatar- __., March 2, It they get them on th» annual ballot. tfinwriwi Speaker* Win Major Moneft in Contest Tue«d ay m Oratorical, Mutnor- Fif»t interest In the election this year seems fairly dormant compared with the stormy action shown in many past votings. The term ot Dr. 3. W. Baer Is the only one to etplre and no one has announced definitely for the nomination as yet. The term of Treasurer R. W. Crlswell also ends this year and mast be filled by voters. Nomination blanks can be obtained from the secretary, R. W. Salyers, and must be filed with him before 12 o'clock noon Saturday. Blanks must have at least ten signers before they can be filed. Doings of the District Court February Term in Second W Till *' — Car Registrations Show Big Increase Over Last Season 111 Out of Storage; Total Up 411 in County on Feb. 24 New Deal or otherwise, • Mills county motorists are becoming more mobile in these times ot recovery. County Treasurer Otto Judkins looked closely at his ledgers Feb. 24 and discovered that on that date the county had 411 more registrations this year than at the same time in 1933. Several factors affect this. In the first place more new cars have been sold this year than last, Again some 111 cars which were stored in 1933 were, dusted off and put to use again tor this year. Even commercial. "cars. are March S District court continues its steady grind this week under direction ot Judge H. J. Mantc. The grand Jury finished their work the first day, Feb. 20, and had »o indictments to report. They were dismissed for the balance of the term. The petit Jury were also excused until March 6 as no cases were ready "for them this week. The week has been spent in probate matters and law cases, a number ot which hare been disposed 'of. R. K. Piper was given a Judgment in rem against Hazel Bateman and Ray Bateman in tbe sum ot 13,837.28 and costs, amounting to about |70 more, and against their 120 acre farm in Rawles township. Tbe report of the receiver for the Botna Valley State bank for the quarter was received and ap- glven to, settle- corporatlon net Income taxes and a retail sales tax and Is expected to raise enough money to eliminate the state direct levy and stilt have enough left over to dls< tribute some of the state monies locally. Under this Individuals will pay from 1 to ff*per cent on their Incomes, corporations 2 per cent, and all will pay a 2 per cent re- tall sales tax. Three million ot Ihe ten million dollars which the bill Is expected to bring In will go to poor relief, six million for state government and the remainder will be allocated to tax payers. Although Senate and House still have some differences to Iron out of their liquor control bill, It will probably leave a state liquor commission monopoly, 1600,000 to set up retail stores where needed, and regulations as to price and sales time. Also accomplished by the Assembly were banking legislation — allowing state banks the same rights as national banks — unemployment relief — three million dollars for this — and gas tax revision. Tbe latter applies mostly to collection methods and rebates. On the Assembly agenda are several points which they are exited to take up before adjourn- Corn-Hog Control J. F, Wearin Named Preii- dent of Mills County Association At a meeting held at the Com- ! munlty building In Malvern Friday, Feb. 23, a permanent organ- satlon of the Mills County Corn- *og Production Control assocla- lon was effected. J. F. Wearln of Malvern was elected president; W. C. Estes of Pacific Junction, vice president; 3ruce Kllpatrick, secretary, and !. B. Wilson of Henderson, treasurer. Tbe allotment committee ol three members Is composed of J. F. Wearln ot Malvern, Ira Turner of Hastings, and B. F. Anderson of Council Bluffs. Present at this meeting were all the township chairmen from the thirteen townships In Mills county. This group composes the board of directors ot tbe Mills County Corn - Hog Production Control association and has charge ot the corn-hog program In Mills county from now on. The allotment committee is an executive group elected by the board of directors to have active Was Life Ung Resident of County i Funeral Saturday, Wesley Chapel Louis J, Alienswortb, for more than sixty years a resident of Jjills county, passed away Thursday/Feb. 88, after an illness extending over a year or more past, Funeral services ware held in the Wesley .Chapel church, near Ills borne for so many years-past, Saturday, Feb. 24, at 8 o'clock, conducted by tbe pastor, Rev, K. 8, Nesbitt. Music was furnished by Mr. «nd Mrs. Ward Flekel, H,. H, iisle, and Miss Lois Wilson, with Mrs. C, E, Wilson ~as accompan in spite of tbe inclement weather many of his old friends and neighbors were in attendance and many beautiful flower* evidenced tbe love and affection of relatives and friends. Burial was to the Wesley Obapel cemetery, The/pan bearers were N. W, (Polling;, Fred Driest, Say Qranteer, George Skinner, Frank Rocksfellow, and jrV R. KeUey, - • Relatives from » distance at tending the funeral were L. H and MI* and , of Pavey,.Nebr., Mrs, Mft ^ T ^rter uf eoujasU BJ«J Plumb of Macedonia, and f he infirmities oj aje hftye «B srowEed reteBtlessly ttw» ~~ Mf@ ftftfl rfiffl&YIM) fif-MR i liovia JF. AHenswerth, ^ 1 mjnj&R *E MifferlfflS sway Feb. it, 1834 jUroWe^l, yf «' **•*,*•—»»*-. - *w—» - - r- x reached in .out" meetings after considerable controversy," said Mr, Talbott, "but once they are made by tbe majority, the entire department agrees to them and works together to carry them out. Certificates ot service were hen given to Bernls A, Jones, Dr, Daniel M. Kline, Harry A. Galll' her, Alfred p, Kilmartin, Fred A. Mulholland, Otto-Hall; Carl A, Paulson, Frank Swoboda, Eli Springer, J, Earl Pace, Roy W. Mansfield, and Karl Herts. Following the presentation firemen and guests gathered about tables, enjoyed games of cards until'late in the evening. During play punch was served to all thirsty attendants. Wilsons Get New Hatcher for Plant 1934 B ahy /thick, Crop Start* Hashing Today with 2500 Better baby chicks than ever before will be hatched at the Wilson Slectrio Hatchery in Malvern this year as the plant has added a BOW electric batcher to its pres* eat equipment. The batcher there this week and was ."„ JnstaWe.4. hfttsb o? the season also this 'weefc at Wilson's *— hlcka were being e$- ieiay, The big plant will operation from j of the season S5J" iisrws to output of M the season dec ,»ew hatcher will care in bandi and will Insure a iTtflF to" ,4 Increase of ,"56, In new car registrations since Dec. 1 Ford has taken a more decisive lead than has occurred in year's. Nineteen new Fords have been registered, compared to five Cbevrolets, one Butck and one Plymouth. In. trucks, however, International leads with seven, compared to Chevrolet's five and one each for Ford and Dodge, All of which point to a prosperous and happy new year for Mills county auto dealers and garages and, to optimists, are able Indices of the rapid recovery toward better times. Registrations since Pec. l: New Trucks Registered Floyd Starr, Hastings, Chevro* let, , ' Kunce & Nelson, Malvern, In- ternationa), ; John Honey man, Emerson, in* ternational. Frank Qoldap, Treynor, International. Basil Clay, Mftlyern, Ford, A. V, Clites, Hastings, Chevrolet. Clay Bros., Malvern, Chevrolet, Clyde Kruse, Qlenwood, Inter-national. Qlney Ruse, Tahor, Interna* tiona), A, V, ClKe*, Hftstlnjss, Inter? national, ' l 1 Robert Beehnsp, jl» v»|nKSwy*'^wP*^.* *%1W^[ Vv " " *f ™ P»*» tlonalBanJr:'with certain debtors to the bank, The will of the late J. Irving Brown was filed for probate Feb. 28 and a son,. W. Channlng Brown, of Detroit named as executor. A bequest of S500 for the College of the Bible of Drake University was made and the remainder of the property to be divided among the children. Tuesday afternoon the case of 'the Gowan school district vs. the West Liberty school district was begun, This is a suit brought to recover certain taxes paid the defendant district on land lying in the Gowan district. Four divorces have already been granted this term. The Logans Return from the South oMsts from JlJltJfc ftcftOQlfl *3»*fc^« »«•"•—»« — vern Tuesday evening when the annual four school contest was ity bniidlr Jol* notiot*u •» »••— —- — nlng first place In two divisions. Winners of this contest will go to the district contest next, the place and time of which has not been announced. jong Billy Ripley of Emerson was awarded first place in the orlcal class with hl» oration, ^»ie kernels." The only boy itt his class, he spoke with force and precision and should prove an able contender In the next competition. Mildred Oartand of Hastings was second in this class and her oration was "Esau, America's Patron Saint." Edith Bell of Malvern won first place In the dramatic division, using "Honey" as her reading. Competition was strong In this division, too, and the audience pplauded the Judge's decision. «cond place was awarded Anna lose Bass ot Strahan who read 'The Show Must Go On." Another Emersonian, and the only other boy In the contest, loland Edle, won first In the humorous division, reading "My Contour 'TIs of Thee." Lorraine Fletcher of Malvern won second n this class with "The Cat Came Back." Miss Doris Hatch, instructor in Thomas Jefferson high school In Council Bluffs Judged the contest and complimented speakers on the ability shown. Preceding and following the speaking the Malvern high school orchestra played and Alan Duval played a j|ano solo following the oratorl- :al competition. 4"p*er'oent lieef blirnow pending Senate action, the Senate old age pension law which will allow persons 66 years old or more up to $30 a month pension if they havi no other Income, nonpartlsan Ju dlciary bill, highway patrol, NRA enforcement, CCC state aid am aircraft control. Soma of these will be carried over until the next i session, however. Senate and House have shown a tendency to disagree upon occasion and unless harmony rules the session might extend much longer, As it is. the session — in spite of admirable accomplishments'-—is generally unpopular, and few future governors will have tbe hardihood to call another except upon grave provocation. Boehner Calls Open Meeting for Friday L, W. Boehner has announced another open meeting for Friday T evening tor further discussion, of Ward Chevrolet, R. W. McJstire, Pftglfle turn, international. - • P. M. cmea, let , MISS) gMJir , G. AUel? wba bi* bstn |oj ita p^at-Isir m&nthj Mr. and Mrs. H, M. Logan and daughter, Mary, returned Tuesday forenoon from an eight weeks auto trip through the "Sunny South," arriving Just in time to catch about the only winter we have bad here since they left the fore part of January, It was a chilly reception after basking in the sunshine of Mississippi, Florida, and the Carolinas, to say nothing of some of the other places. They say, however, that when they were In New Orleans that they were having a cold snap there and they felt U about as bad as they would regular wln- Jer up here. They enjoyed their trip very much and Mr. Logan put pn sev* er»l pounds in weight and is .feel. Ing much better. Coming back they oam e through Arkansas aa4 Mary sang over the radio at Fort Smith, They say one of the preU ttest parts of their trip w»| through the Qgark country in Ar* kansas. They came home up through Kansas Monday with icy roads most of tbe way sad guyed, ell nleat in MaryvlUe, MQ, Men* djy night where they had ten i of snow which prepared for more winter thaa they when they rea.cjhe4 bonnet ihftv4 8 JM Wile* on Auxiliary Hold* Meeting Friday Program on Americanism and National Pefente ' Regular meeting for February of tbe American Region Auxiliary was held in the women's club rooms in the Community building Friday afternoon, February is Americanism and National Petense month an4 a short and appropriate program was given after the routine busl* ness was cared tor, Two girl scouts, Madeline gwaln and.Arlene Fiekel, gave readings on Wucolu and Washington and. Mrs. Rdgar PwJew gave a reading on National POT fea&e. The girl scouts then shoved, pictures and suspsRotu o( fctetertcal spots visited by their leader, Miss Frances, Bentpn, Refresaroeats were served by Mrs. Agnes Slotnower, Mre. Q. I. and Mrs. p t ' - Friday afternoon the township chairmen and the two other mem hers of the township committee recently elected, met and received instructions as to their duties la carrying out the program In each township. L. T. Nutty, district ex tension agent, and W. F. Hub bard, corn-hog field man, were present at this meeting to give, the instructions and to aid in setting 1 up the permanent organization. The majority of the contracts ore in tbe county Farm Bureau office and are being checked for errors as rapidly as possible by the county tabulators recently ap* pointed by tbe state statistician, Leslie M, Carl. Tabulators for Mills county are K, 0. Kincaid of Malvern, Harlan Nipp of Mlne- ola, and Marlon Evans Jr. of Em erson. problems,', He.hopes 'to continue bis campaign against tbe present town administration and Invites anyone Interested to discuss the matter with him at that time, Haating* Odd Fellows Give Farewell Party Hastings Odd Fellows and their wives and the Rebekabs to the number of fifty or more gathered at their ball in Hastings Monday evening and gave a farewell party honoring the families of D. L Darland and Cbas. Anderson, who are moving away this spring. There were games and soclabll Ity galore and at the close a nice line of refreshments with lots o good will and good wishes ex tended the families who are mov Ing trow us. The parlands mov to a tarn he has bought near Sid uey and the Andersons had al ready moved, so did not get t the " reception. From Waiver went Odd Fellows a- P- Boston, U. R, Graves, K. e. Dice. Frank Bacon, and 0' 0. Celebrated Silver Wedding Feb, 24 Mr. and Mra, Frank Culley Surprised on 25th Anniversary Saturday, Feb. 84, was the Silver wedding anniversary of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Culley. To help them properly celebrate the occasion their daughter, Mrs. Harvey Orlffey, of Sbenandoah and some of the neighbors planned a very pleasant surprise for them that evening. Music and cards, besides visiting, furnished much of the evenings entertainment, A mock wedding was quite an Interesting feature also. The guests presented them with some pretty glassware and their daughter gave them a set of pretty China dishes. Refreshments of tee cream and, cake were served. Those present were: W. H. Clay and family, Chas, wilbelm and family, Hans Scboening and fsmily. Clyde Barger and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. G- Adams, W- H- Nagje and family, C. M. Nelson and family, W. H- Maddocks and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Quyer, Mrs. Otto Gary and Deta, Mrs. B. B. MeFall, Clyde Jackson and Donald, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Griffey of Shenandoab. Ma«m» Celebrate Attend^ Funeral of Uncle Mr. la* ter» Mr*. ftMfttttt muter* »| wldity POBtrPl, It «i,U f, G»ttUU*, MW of 8. QWUM. iM*iv*4 A tu» Tabw ol th« QUUUttd vlslt»4 hw *t T»b«r „„„„„ Masons were invited to Tahor Tuesday evening where Fellowship Pay was celebrated with a nice program and *odal evening. A very interesting program ex. amplifying the degrees and ptw words w«s given by the Tahor brethren «ttd Rev. Ira Carney of &«4 Oak give the wain address of the evening dwelling up&u the sigftlncanQ* of the work in the third 4eir«e. There were about *&ty «»t ifteludlttg tht UMjges of ,_ dolpb, Tahojr, Thurmatt, ami Mai- »t th* clow ' Markets for Wednesday Markets In Malvern for Wednesday, Feb. 38, were as follows; No. i Hard wheat _,™,71 H° No. g Yellow corn _,,------38o No. 8 White corn --,.-. T ^"3*°, The Cold Storage reports; Cream — '. —^Pc a »d 84c «ens 9" Leghorn hens ,,,.-,60 Springs „.,.,..„.«» Cattle, Omaha market, top, 19.50. Hogs, Omaha »»rk»t, lower with top at tt-89- Fair Board to Hold Meeting March The ho*rd ot director* ot tU» liUltt CouuU' Fair »»»ueUUou will ttruilu* tttHhM pDllele* lu ttt

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