The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on March 8, 1934 · Page 5
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The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa · Page 5

Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, March 8, 1934
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MALVfctt* tJ&Afttft. MALVfeftH, fOWA, MAftCH & 1934 PACEFfVfc Henderson Cagers Win Class B Sectional Tourney -~=*»««**'^*t*a«!MM*^^ _. _ W^- ' _ ,„ _ ^^ H. S» Nearly 100 Attend tHtinef a/* fake Part iti Eft* * tettaitiTtietit Nearly 100 inethbefs and Kuests of the H. S. 3 club ot sotithireBt ot Mftiteft *ef a enter* talned in tfc* ColatatifaHy bnlld- ing last Wednetdiy evening »hen the clnb held it* aftttat gttest meeting* At le*i 'tttttt.ttern* tngl* deeofated with Candle*, & dellclou* tfcri<W!0ttfii dlnflef was Betted *llfa • teenn ot chicken a la king, eseattofid fcotatoes, hot tolls, trttit *at»«U tile *tfa Ice cream and edflM. Daring thft dinner comtnnnlty singing watt led by Mrs.O. O. Cunningham. Following the banquet guests were directed to the Community -building auditorium where there was * program ot stunts and eon* testa In which all took part. These Included & variety ot activities such as sports, fashion design, spelling, type reading and play production. To the winning group in these a loving cup was presented by & B. Mulholland as head judge and official. Dancing followed until late in the evening. Responsible for this courtesy of the H* 8. 0. club were two committees who cared for arrangements. On the serving committee were Mrs. Pearl Kline, Mrs, Harley Btevesson, and Mrs. Martin Cunningham. Mrs. D. 0. Cunningham, Mrs. Floyd Rhoades and Mm. Austin Bass served as the entertainment committee. Entertain Social Union at I. I*, Conner Home The members of the Presbyterian Social Union were entertained last Thursday afternoon In the I. !>. Donner home. Twenty-six were present including several guests. After a pleasant afternoon of .visiting and games a delicious lunch was served. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. C. M. Jones, Mrs. H. F, Clark, Mrs. Frank Summers, Mrs. Wm. Lutz, and Miss Mary Jones, EEDS All kinds of BULK Garden Seeds. Why pay for fancy packages? ENAMELS — A new line of Quality lOc Enamels. Decorate for a Dime. Thi» W««k'a SPECIAL Galvanised Buckets _-_ Try A New DeLaval Separator for $45 and up, See one before , buy, fore you New line of Brooders and Poultry Supplies. Try rOld Nick/9" Seed Tj-eataient this year, Less than 3c per acre. Shell Covered, water g roof Bird Houses. pecial at vv . v Until Hiriwire JL ww ivI-iiltOIA ^JOwTplttS W<*1 feat W«*fc Little Dan CUpid seems to be forking fall time ftp fn the •«- einfty ot Kttteola with the result that the past week two Beddings ot prominent Voting people Were anno-nneed. Myten Nipp, son ot Chas. t*. Nipp Ot Mineola and Bdns Jnr- fens, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Lonie Jntgens ot that vicinity were married Match 3 in the Lutheran church itt Mineola, Rev. 0. C. Blerman, the pastor, offl- fttlng. they will make their home tot the present in the Chas. P. Nipp home in Miaeola where they are receiving the congratulations and good wishes ot the many friends ot this fine young couple. On Sunday, Match 4, at MI1- lard, Nebr. occurred the marriage of Charles Plumer Jr., son of Charles Plumer north ot Glenwood and Miss Pauline Nipp, daughter Ot Chas. P. Nipp of Mineola. The ceremony took place in the Lutheran church and was performed by the pastor, Rev, Mr. Hoff, in the presence'of the following wedding party who accotn* panted them: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Plumer, Chas. P. Nipp, Harlan Nipp, Mrs. Ella Donelon, Viola Nipp, Marie, Pauline and Louella Plumer, William Bichel and L. R. Carson. The happy couple will make their home on the Plumer farm Just north of the senior Plumer where they wilt he at home soon to their many friends. They join us in extending congratulations and good wishes to these fine young Mills county folk. Honor Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Wise Honoring the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary ot Mr. and Mrs. John Wise of Shenandoah, a group of their relatives and friends gathered at the home-of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Richardson Sunday, Feb. 24, for a pot luck dinner and properly celebrated the occasion although Mr. and Mrs. Wise were unable to be present. In remembrance of the occasion however gifts were brought for the bride and groom and presented to them later. .Thpse participating in the at fair, were.'Mr. and;.Mrs, Pewey Mrs. Susan .'Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wise, Clinton and Martin, Mr. and Mrs. June Wise, Mr. and Mrs. George Nahley and Merritt, and the Rlchardsons. Methodists Have Found Party for Minister Malvern Methodists Joined,In a pound party Thursday evening to which all brought gifts for their minister, Rev, Roy B. Ougeler. Packaged foods was the most popular offering and the gifts filled a long table at the church- Guests at the party were entertained with stunts and a read- Ing by Miss Edith Bell, who recently won first place in the dramatic division of the four-school declamatory contest. The gifts were presented to Rev, Gugeler by Mrs. R. W, Salyers and both Rev. and Mrs. Gugeler responded with abort talks. Popcorn was served the guests 'for refreshments, Entertain Medical Society Auxiliary Mrs. I. U, Parsons and Mrs. M. 8, Campbell entertained the Mills County Medical Society Auxiliary Friday at a I o'clock luncheon at the Parsons home. After the luncheon Mrs. Par* sons reviewed "The Store" by Striding and Mrs. Campbell gave the author's biography. -Mrs. Christy ot Hastings gave several vocal selections, She was accompanied by Mrs. Pwtght Fellows, also of Hastings., There were ten women present OMTtt* Hosts t». and Mrs. T" . W. Sidle* entertained a greftp of friend* at a 7 o'clock df after last Thursday evening. Gttests were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Anderson ot Red Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Otha Hyde, Mr. and Mrs. 1. F. Wearln and ton, Ed, Dr. and Mrs. I. U. Paftofts, and Mrs. Enoch Hill. WBSUY CHAPEL NEW LAMPS ' • Biigbfct attractive shades .that are washable. Witt! & imU 4»w» payment and a very ' aaa ideal gtft for Mother QJI Mother'^ Day• •-X' ; Bj# tfeenji tQdjy. Hetidef *cm Carets Win -Out B Title In Sectional Meet B*f tato Sjl r «- City in Oth*t Co County Ladles' Aid met Wednesday at the home of Mrs, Waiter Sowers. Fourteen members and guests were present. The next meeting will be March 14 at the home of Mrs. Ezra Plumb. Mr. and Mrs. Sen Dlttus are the parents ot a baby sob torn Feb. 2? at the Bdtnuhdson hospital in Council Bluffs. We extend congratulations. Mrs. fining was formerly Vera Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Parker and sons and Mr. and Mrs. lay Winslow and lean attended the Junior class play in Tabor Saturday evening. Their sister, Velma Winslow, played a leading part. Roy Robbins returned from Shetton, Kebr. last week where he went tb take Mrs. Robbins' father, Mr. Lee, who has been taking treatments at an Omaha hospital, Mrs. Faye Blunt and sons visited her father, Bert Fickel, Sunday. Morris Harbor of Henderson spent the week end with Lawrence Fickel. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Plumb of Red Oak visited in the Clinton Parker and Elswortb Plumb homes Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. Winslow and Velma were guests in the Lynn Parker home Sunday where Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Parker and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wlnslow celebrated their ninth double wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Babbit left the home ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Plumb, for Crescent this week where they will have charge of an oil station and- lunch room. Mr. and Mrs. John Clark who have been at Ames since the first part of the year with their daughter Edna who is a student at the college there, returned last week to resume their duties on the farm, T«M*l t jPif Two Mills county teams, Henderson, winner ot the county tettrfrejv attd pi*«r City, battled In the finals of too sectional high school basketball tournament at Council Bluffs. The game and title for class 1 was won by Henderson when Coaen Dory's prote- ges out pointed their opponents, 88 to 16. 1ft the final set-to Henderson inade and awkward start but righted itself to gain a slight lead at the quarter, ta the second halt Lawrence Anderson, Henderson forward, got Into form and brought in 14 points daring the period. He was ably helped by Kteighbaum and Aliensworth at guard positions and Bill Phillips, the other forward and Wilkinson at center turned In smooth home •>' ot " her * par«ntijJ*Mn \ and 1 •'•*''• Mrs, Orris Bently, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Jim Sowers, and her three children are all confined to their beds with the red measles, Mildred Slater of near Emerson Is visiting in the Lynn Parker home this week. Marvin Parker who has been ill tor several weeks is able to be up a little now, The young people's class and their' teacher, Rev, Nesblt, and the Henderson Junior League enjoyed a party at the John Wilson home Wednesday night, Mr. and Mrs. John Alley and baby, Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Clay and Bobby of Council Bluffs, and Mr, and Mrs, Wilburt Faust, also ot Council Bluffs were guests In the Paul Parker borne Sunday. News Notes of the and Henderson Churc March is "loyalty Month" the Wesley church, It to to be ob* served by every member of the Sunday school and church doin? their very best to be present every Sunday of the month, s»d' trying to persuade someone else to attend. Our aim U to keep increas* ing the attendance all month and have every !s»Uy Jn the con* rounjty present in fu.H force by Easter gunday, which we will "One Hundred Per Cent Sund Most ot the class thermometers took a spurt upward last Sunday Come ana help to keep your corner warm. The Wesley telk are also minded of the Pra-E^t to be held Match 85 to Apr« li Inclusive, you are urged, to be much J» prayer for a aiTlae Mess, ins W»4 to plan you,r wortf so. to avoid interference w jth your regular attendance, We expect have special njualo w»yW«4 every night $j these me&ttaig Next Sunday jjjgkt, at Henderson will cowjRt of oraUQas, ts he given, hath frow tfe» of novelty a*a M i ar|U be p « «o«tort. O cow* an* ™y? yW^PWSiWV fWTO^ffljH-.,.- ----nyi-y H>^-— fZKfc TW» U ViUB40y Pfeifwa tw The Brothers Bolte of Silver City, sensational scorers during the meet, were closely watched fay Henderson's defense and could bring in but nine points. Fender, Clay, Rlgglns, Badft, and Sell made tip the remainder of the Silver City learn, Henderson —a smooth working group which seldom resorts to long shots, but Works for setups tinder the basket — was In even better form than during the county classic, Fans from this community predict'that the team will continue its success when it goes to the district competition at Creston this week end. Emerson, Thurman Lose Semi-Finals Emerson had hard luck when it met Henderson in the semifinals of the sectional, and lost 84 to 25, Most of the Emerson scoring was done in the final half when many of Coach Dory's second string were on the floor. . Silver City had a closer battle with Thurman, nosing them out, 26 to 21. Fine work by the Brothers Bolte, accounting tor 21 points, featured the game. Mahtettt iricletfertdeilt* to Play itt TaW tetrtttarnetit! Malvern independents basketball team, organized by Coaches Berts and fjyke, will enter the Tabor tournament wMc» is to be played this week. The local squad wilt meet Hancock In the first round this evening at 9 o'clock. Players on the Independent quint are an former high school «tats. Included ate Panl Mnlhol- land, Messrs. Dyke and Hertz. Tom Gfdley, Percy Atkinson, Mat Dashner, Pelton Jones. Also Joining the group are Jamie Summers, Homer Jackson and Gerald Bowers who ended their high school sports careers in the sectional tournament last week. Hi R ti School Will Sf*«e Inter • Class Cage Meet Plans are being made for an :nter-clas« basketball tournament tot Malvern tilg-n scnool to be played shortly. Aggrade tournament is also expected to develop. Local Team Lost in First Attempt Glenwood, S t r a h a n Also Dropped .Out of Sec- Chest Fatit End Second Tourney Henderson Matt Win* Meet at Swoboda Home Thursday Chess tana ot Malvern and Henderson met in the F. W. Swoboda home south ot Malvern Thursday evening to compete in their second meet ot the season. The evening title was won by Waldo Ed moudson ot Henderson who defeated all comers tor a perfect rating of 400 points. Interest in the ancient game ts being revived and the two meets held here have gained a considerable following tor the sport in this vicinity. Local enthusiasts are regaining much of the old time skill in manipulating the men and are pointing for wide competition In the future. Further events being planned by the fans are a Malvern-Henderson match between • teams, a district tournament with participants from over the entire county and a radio game between a Malvern team and a team at Potter, Nebr., which they have challenged. This latter will be conducted over short-wave sets and should be an interesting experiment. Winnings in the meet Thursday evening: Waldo Edmondson, Hen. —400 L. Z. Henry, Mai. .. 298 C. A. Johnson, Mai. 290 Guy Lowrey, Mai. 280 Paul Swoboda, Mai. . 192 C. A. Frlnk, Hen. „_. .184 Q. F. Wills, Mai. .,.- - 74 C. A, Stewart, Hen. ........ 68 ''Playing an inferior team, Malvern high cagers dropped out of the sectional tournament in the opening round last Thursday when they lost heavily to Missouri Valley, 28 to 17. Listless and confused, the locals entirely lacked the fire that distinguished their work in many of the earlier games. With a fair start, the Orioles played slowly until the half, but managed to maintain a slight lead. Flat-footed in the second period they stood by while opponents pelted the basket for winning points. Young Dudley Conner fought diligently to get the team Into better form but could get little response. A large crowd of local fans attended the tilt. Qlenwopd also turned In a disappointing performance in the opener and lost to Logan, 33 to 14. Strahan, playing the strong Thurman quintet, gave a good performance but could not stop the Thurman offense. Pacific Junction made a good start in the meet, defeating Pers}a 29 to 22, but was stopped in the second round by Silver City when the teams clashed Friday, The tally registered 28 to 16. Sib ver City had previously downed Randolph, 29 to 19. Emerson also made an able start and romped over Beebeetown, 94 to 17, in a flash of good basketball. Henderson defeated Iowa. School for peaf first, 32 tp 16; then Mtnden 35 tp 11 before it played Emerson in the Eighth Grade Cagers Win From Freshmen. 13 to 11 Thursday night after school the Freshmen played the eighth grade in an exciting game of basketball, The Freshmen managed tp keep ahead until the last few S&tnutwi ot play. The eighth. s?»4e displayed exceptional goad shaot- ing. ^The fyosh were leas experienc* e4 than the eighth grtujers who were coached by Mr. Dyke, Play? ing iu the freshman. aftuM were Scott, Edlund, QalUher, ;Raj;e- na,uer, Breeding and BerrlcJt, In tfee eighth grade linkup Jnson »nj Swain. The eighth graje won M* tut With the »cca-e of 1» ttx U, Kittenbftll L&Affue w*ww* w .»is -irnaffirT- There are more sofe spots In Europe now than In a dozen toot- ball teams after the annual Thanksgiving game. HILLSDALE A few of the bear neighbors ot Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Andrews gathered at their home Wednesday evening tor a farewell before their departure from this vicinity. The Andrews family wilt be greatly missed from this community. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hilton and Paul spent Monday in Sidney visiting Mrs. Hilton's uncle, C. W. Martin. Carol and Buddy Hammers are having a severe time with the measles. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and Carl, Mrs. J. O. Brans of Glenwood, Mrs. Glen Bkeritt and Harold and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Skerritt ot Silver City were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howard. Anne attd Betty Seeger and Ln- cttle WtHIamt entertained at » eettateOn* sftowef at the Seer borne for Mrs. Clifford Wolfe> Satorday afternoon. 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I Held a year I \~amddo It RIGHT/ GEARHART LUMBER CO MALVERN, IOWA Executor's W ^ft^^fi^^ ^HHswVsw - ^SM^ Ws^^W ^BsMBBB^BsliW I will offer at public sale at the home of the late George W, Rimel 2 miles north of Malvern on Highway 84 Wed., March 14 commencing at one o'clock p. m. the following property: Implements and Machinery Biding cultivator Walking cultivator Five shovel garden plow Single lister Disc Combined riding lister and drill § two'section harrows S walking stirring plows Set furrow openers. Corn planter in good condition Sulky plow Two corn drills Stock dipping tank Hand seeder Double trees, single trees Wagon tongues Block and tackle Gasoline barrels 194 h. p. portable Waterloo Boy gas engine Feed grinder One man cross cut saw Fruit tree pruner Automatic hog waterer with tanks Two other hog waterers without tanks A good lot of tool* and many other articles not listed, HARNESS Two sets of heavy harness Set buggy hsi-Aess, estra collars and strap work; Saddle. Pony saddle and bridle nearly new, Hay, Straw II SEEDS Several tons Alfalfa hay in barn; Quantity of Straw in barn; several bales of hay and some baled straw, Several bushels of tested Seed Corn, About 150 bushels 1933 Crop Oats in good condition, MISCELLANEOUS Seysral roils of smooth wire. 4 number of Hedge Posts. A quantity of tlaed Brick. Two-tub Wush Bench with wringer. Wslllftrnp with reflector. 5 gallon Kraut Jar, 250 egg Incubator. 8QQ egg Incubator with patent turning egg trays, extra good , Water Milk Separator. 9f~' «BR*^B^^^H^^"Pp^BP'^^^^ l ^^^B '^^^^^^^^^^^'^^^^"^P^^'^BWBP^ff^B^^fllPP

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