The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on March 1, 1934 · Page 5
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IOWA, MAttCti 1, IS34 A. 1* A, Mote I*** sixty fttfitftt *tte»d- el tit* tWWSWS i»tt? fcpoiwoted by tftt AfiHsHeHfr Legion Afcxflffat y at tte ' d&ftisirtft* feaftMtof last f&nit*af ftftenswft. thirteen t«- M« wWt toH&ed tor bridge, on« for t>l*ttotW* ftftd one for at«TO* doof frtt**, « troTtqtiet of rteet p**s, WM fec«t*ftd by Mrt. B. U. BefttHf, t fie cTsBSMUi* ireftarte of the atatt *** M«- W. t). Slothwef, tt». I. K. SwaiS, and MM. W. 0. MeCansIand. Meinbefs of the ot* ganitatlon wfcs assisted in setting w«f« Mm. B. I. Sayes, Mfs, Agues gtotn«rtr«#, lift. Karl ttetU, If., and MM. Qfafit ChtB* bertaln. Wwtatt* Seertt W«d* MtM Wanntta Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Scott 6! south of Malveffl aftd Wftffte Kit* Ifofi of ttniontown, Kan, were united In mtftlage Friday *v*> niflg, feb, ii, with the ftet. ft. 8, Gttfeler offldating. The <Sefe- money was performed at 10 o'clock at the Gugeler home. The coufile Wa* accompanied by the bride's brother and wife, lit. tad lift. Ralph Scott. T hey will t&fckt their home on the Henry Aistrope farm where both are employed. We Join their friends In extending congratulations and good wishes. Honor Browing* with Farewell BorprlM Monday evening friends and neighbors motored to the Henry Brennlng home to participate In a farewell surprise. Dancing was the entertainment for the evening. The occasion was sponsored by the friend* and neighbors. Fifty-five guests were present and all enjoyed themselves Immensely. Refreshments c o n s 1 s t Ing of sandwiches, cake, and coffee were served. Entertain Their Bridge Club Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ralne entertained at bridge Saturday evening at their home in Malvern. Attractive Washington birthday decorations were used throughout and delicious refreshments served at the close of the evening. Quests included Mr. and Mrs, June Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Max Benton, Mr. and Mrs. Verne D«nn, Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Duval, Mir. and Mrs. E, P. Bering, and Ralph » >;,fhe^JlTr*N; Country club' will hold their next meeting March 7 ftt the home of Mrs, James N, Members please note change of place. Mrs. JT. N. Summers Gives Bridge Luncheon • Mrs, J, N. Summers entertained twenty ladles at a 1 o'clock lunch" eon Wednesday afternoon of last week. Five tables were arranged for playing bridge following the luncheon, Brenninga Entertain at Farewell Dance .Mr,. and Mrs. Henry Brennlng entertained a group of friends and neighbors at their home last Thursday evening, the occasion being a farewell dance, Forty-five guests attended the dance and all reported a splendid time. In remembrance of this enjoyable evening eaph* Individual was pre* sented a miniature flag, symbolic pj Washington'* blrjhday. A midnight lunch consisting of cake, cookies, and coffee was served. Sir. *tt) Mi*, ffism Aftttett '^&, On A tftry ptwwaat sirfprlte wa« if¥a*iid for Mr. a»d Mrs. Er- ftest Albert*, Feb. id by tfceif daognter, fefite. tfil* wa» tfcelr twenty-seventh wtddtn* a*M**r- sary. Relatives of both Mr. and Mrs. Alberts were jrt-etent. fits eteninf *a* ipent ifi flay* Iftg cards and at a late honr re- treshnients of sandwiches, pick- Jen, two kinds of cake, trait salad 'and coffee Were serted. this was also the Wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mfi, Lonis Ranne. We wish them many more happy anniversaries. With kid Miss Rath Wylle entertained a group of girls at i kid party Tuesday evening, at the home of Mr. and Mm. Sam Walker, Oames In keeping with the scheme of the party were played and refreshments consisted ot ice cream cones, popcorn bills, animal crackers, candy suckers, and cocoa. email toys were given as favors, Quests were Bernice Caudell, Valda Hurst, Helen Marshall, Inei Raines, Ervllle Kelson, Ethel Shook, and Lucille Mclntyre. Prank Alexander from up west of Henderson was in town yesterday and called to advance his subscription another year. Mrs. R. R. Plerson from up near Henderson was shopping in Malvern Wednesday. Mffi» ** f h* I a selling the new Sup§r \FQur tube battery Marriage Ucense» Jan. 31: Robert Beebe, 21, Council Bluffs, and Maudle Coau, 19, Council Bluffs. They were married the same day by Rev. E. E. Qoodrlch. Feb. 2: Howard Wood, 26, Omaha, and Irene Cunningham, 35, Omaha. They were married the same day by Rev. B, B. Goodrich. Feb. 3: M. A. Nielson, 23, Omaha, and Hope Lux, 21, Omaha. They were married the same day by Rev. B. B. Goodrich. Feb. 3: Oeen Runyan, 21, Weeping Water, Nebr., and Genevieve Taylor, 18, Murdock, Nebr. They were married the same day by Rev, B, B, Goodrich. Edward Boyly, 23, Plaits- mouth, Nebr., and Melba Elliott, 21, Plattsmouth, Nebr, They were married ths tame day by Rev, Omaha; x . and Rita Redman, tt, Omaha. They were married the same day by Rev. B. B. Goodrich. Feb. 5; P, M. Madgett, 21, Omaha, and Marvjena Bennett, 28, Omaha. They were married the same day by Rev, E. E. Goodrich, Feb. 6: Edward Dewell, 42. Grand Island, Nebr., and Bertha Clara Book, 33, Grand island, Nebr, They were married the same day by Rev. Martin H. Keast. Feb. 8: Leonard Peters, 25, Omaha, and Emily Bosak, 28, Omaha. They were married Feb. 13 by Rev, B. B, Goodrich. Harry Ferrell, 18, Tabor, and Grace Travis, 18, Glenwood. They were married the same day by ;v. George 0. Durkee. Merle Roy, 19, Council Bluffs, _ad Katherlne Bishop, 18, Coun* cil Bluffs, They were married the same day by Rev. Martin H. Keast, Feb. IS; Harry Jurgens, 31, Council Bluffs, and Marlon Kruse, 17, Glenwood. Thw were married Feb. 14 by Rev. Q, C, Blermann, Feb. 14; Harry Clark, 24, Hastings, and Thelma Davis Wai- llngford, 16, Silver City. They were married the same day by Rev, Martin H- Keast, Ross Bryant, 28, Jmogene, and Mildred Hlllyer, 18, Imogene. They were married the same day by Rev. T. J, PettU. Feb> 18; George Rueera, Omaha, and Mary Ann Smith) 85, Omaha, They were married the same day by Rev, S* E, 8»e4rtPb Feb. 80? H8Bey Epperson, go fit OUSard Wolfe* »3 Margaret S*U, 18 Wot* tff the tMciMt AtMttef y **rd «**«*ity «»« **w t** Ml, bear Readers: By the time this letter is published t am hopefal that the liquor control conference committee report which is virtually agreed upon at this writing, wilt have been adopted by the Hotise and the Senate and the liquor control acts wil! hate been disposed of. This Will mean that the two main problems, namely, tit revision and iianor control, tor which we were called into extra session will be solved. A larger number of the other measures which were to have been considered have passed the House and it the majority of the members at the Legislature {eel as t do about it We will be id* Journed by the end ot this week, Inasmuch as this Is the first letter t have written since the tat bill has passed, and since it may be my last opportunity to write about it in these news letters, t believe it would be well tor me to devote the remainder ot this letter in briefly outlining the purpose tor and the provisions ot the new tat bill known as House* File No, 1. This bill is the one known as the three point tax bill which includes a tax on net Incomes of over |600 for a single person and 91100 for a married person; the second feature is a 2 % tax on the net earnings of all corporations; the third point and the one which is expected to raise by far the greater part of the revenue, is a 2% retail sales tax. This third point is the one over which most of the controversy developed. To begin with I want to say that there is only one reason for tax revision and that is to relieve the burden on real estate. During the past few years incomes from property and especially farms have materially decreased while taxes up until the last year or so have steadily increased. The result has been that the tax burden has in some cases become connscatory. In order to relieve this burden there were only two things that could be done. One was to reduce public expenditures which would automatcially reduce taxes and the other waa to raise part of Ate 7 The 45th Genera! 'Assembly which met a year ago was known as the tax reduction session and devoted the major part of its time to tax reduction measures, and as result many tax reduction measures were enacted into laws. So taxes have been reduced as far as possible in keeping with proper Functioning of our governmental institutions, Considering the savings as a result of the tax reduction measures of last session which, however, will not show on your tax receipt until you pay your taxes this year, it waa still felt that property was not sufficiently relieved and as a result this 45th extra session was called for the purpose of tax revision along with several other matters, It is hoped that this new tax measure will raise 120,000,000 and offset our property tax to that extent. The direct property tax reached Its highest In 1930 when it-rose to JHO.000,000, In 1931 this was reduced to 1100,000,000 and In 19Bg to 191,000,000, while the taxes that you will pay this year will be between $75,- OOQ.QOQ and 180.000,000. \ In other words there Is a decrease of at least $30,000,000 beginning with the peak property tax levy In 1930, or a decrease of 87,8% In tbref years, If tbe new tax bill will raise $10,000,* 000 and the expenditures can be kept between $7-6,000,000 and W.OQO.QOO it will mean that the. amount, raised from property -will " " 9? TCUI3 INVITATION Gleswao4, »94 Naomi Harold, aitfiwfla&> Tbey were ww Fetu 81 by Rev. 0- W. Hateos. W»yae KUUon, Sue®* 19. Malvern H; Clalr Oooley, 88, 8»4 eienaai F»h. 8i; R»y Honeywell. }g, . Juustlwit n» pwyte c,~ w ff ^^^SW^W* &™^R^^^W ^P — •"-"*•- UfiflUSjUift As jpetailei's of fuwiitui'e and floor coverings we are invited twice each year to be present at a special market exhibit of these goods that we may have the privilege of seeing the newest creations and become acquainted with the trend of style and value of merchandise, With the same thought in mind we have set aside Saturday, March 3, for an open house showing for the people of our trade area, We cordially invite you to be at our store and look over the unusually large and varied display ol fine "furniture and floor coverings on this day. We will have several factory representatives here for the day to help us and to explain materials and construction and the many other points of value which are found in modern furniture and floor coverings. i You are cordially invited to visit our store some time during the day because we know it will be of great interest and value to you. WE WAHT YOU TO SEE THIS FINE DISPLAY OF NEW MERCHANDISE WHETHER YOU ARE IN NEED OF FURNITURE NOW OR NOL We will have a free souvenir for every adult who visits our store as our appreciation of the interest shown. IJELD'/ Furniture Malvern New§ from Our | Australia to Get Cook's Cottage DUtant Subscribers Interesting Items^From Our Renders in Other Placet Oral Bower in renewing for Leader another year says: "We must have The Leader." Mr. Rower IB manager for the Green lay Lumber company at Guthrie Center, Mrs, C. A, Barns i» a recent letter orders The Leader sent to them J» I*Q»g Beach, Calif, for ajwtber year. J«rs, H. J. Banister of Silver City writes us enclosing the cash . another year's subscription to be I56,QQO,QOO to a little a?er load Of 1930. Just BOW popular tftiB aw MU vill be rejaalas to be tot mere is oaa tbtag tb&t ifl»ul4 all keep is m.|nj to whea property 4ucftd as fir aja property U« ftftd tfeftt l| ta tbe mtiney t&rsMiUi MUfsa, Whether to plaofl4 UPSB i&Mft fetving la 9$$ m &«* t«*e* will .or-ftftt» *\A Justice greater ttoft the rece ved by ("mwiy awuw* JebB Naylor writes us from Beltrawl, Mlftn. enclosing the wherewithal for another year's JnttQB to The Leader and M We can't get along with' .. tbt 'old borne «ews.'" AUa M. Moore writes us from Uteh. and orders Tbe to them there Jor the year, Pbe lives at featAffAY* Mm, fit, F> Higglns Of Ul. .orders Tbe Leader another and says; "This wtu make 4ve years I have takes it I left tbe old borne " QUn Wllklnsou of saow lake, LAWHS are green a&4 early W, »«id »l 118 M»rlue Oto, BlebrlQher writes LJM Angelas." write u* ordwJug TUe Leader seut knvttnfilnv nftft Mrs. H, Salwou* wrliw ga to WHIM iJW I** &Mt T«» Uwtw Ayteo, Rnglaud 4 has been V^ by the |»vern»eBt of Victoria, Australia, and will be re-erected in Melbourne and preserved •« a nemvlaL Our photograph shows workmen dlawaotUns the cottage and measuring and marking the stone slabs. Even the Ivy OB tes bouse win be moved ta Melbourne. iU Mills county, frlen4» Spring |g almost a&4 we have aot yet aeaa a a deep we won't miss any of the We are always anxious to read them and I notice that former Mills county frleuda who visit us look around the flrst for 'Tbe Lflaclw,' our new address is 6087 Maplewood Ave mg year at Potomac Park Apts., and C, Washington. M, H. Harbert writes us from Jong Beach, Calif, and orders The Leader sent them a year at 1127 East 10th St. Foxworthy School Report for the Past Six Weeks Those neither absent nor tardy, Vincent Herrold, Sidney Hasselquist, Annabel Alberts, Daniel gwoboda, Hazel Hassel- qulst. Daniel Swoboda's name has been added to the dental honor roll, Those having an average of 90 per cent or above: June Lucile Graham, Georgia Ruth Marsh, IHori Miller, Betty Alley, Charles Rubenklng, Frances Swoboda, Wanda Miller, Ruth Herrold, Dorothy Baldozier, Dorothy Has- Belqutst, Haael Hasselqulst, Annabel Alberts, Jeaue Herrlck, Wayne Hevern, Harvey HasselT qulst, Sidney Husselqulst. June Lucile Graham has moved to Farragut uud will attend school there. Ruth Lindsay, teacher. Prairie Valley School aiv*i Si* Wgtks Report . Pupils having perfect attend? Louis JlvoVBky, Ratrerty, and Delbert Rafferty. Hoaw roll; Betty Jlrovsky, 83 }•«%; Margie Gray, 93%; Frauces Cauneld, 91%. Two tiew pupils entered our this w«ak. Tbalr u«m«s ara Llva a&d Liltt Lew Harden, w*> very gb>4 to Uftva thosa two girls lu our school. They came from, Krawout Bouuty, We had sov»^ vUUorii on v»l« »«4 Wuuda, Mrs. «ud irn Itat t|* Mt

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