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Moville Mail (Newspaper) - November 20, 1930, Moville, Iowa IP THE MOVILLE MAIL VOL. XLIV NOVEMBER 20, 1930 NO. 14 PANACEA MEANS MORE EGGS It contains vital elements that put hens in laying Costs per month for each Every stook and raiser was mailed the Dr. Hess Turn to pages 12 and 13- see the test results when a hen gets name Turn old earning when Dr. Hess Tonic was added to the Turn to page 8-read the results of Hog Special on wormy shoats c Hog Special with minerals or physic Dr. Hess products are sold on their fully a guarantee that means you are thoroughly satisfied or no Costs 12c per month for 100-lb Hog At the first use Dr. Myers Liquid Here is a first class registered with the State Agricultural and manufactured by a registered You can buy just what you No need of losing a single hog if you will use this Jewelry and watch Kodak Alcohol 85c gal. Glycerin gal. Money Talks PROPOSE CUB SCOUT PACK The Cub movement is sponsored by the Council of Boy Scouts of It is u movement for boys of the boys of 9, 10 and 11 It provides activities suited to the nature of the activities also afford for the development of habits nnd attitudes essential to therefore offers to activities which their own boys may ' It helps a answer the question of can we boys by aiding the boys to answer that question for The local Scout committees were called into session by the Scoutmaster on Monday evening and the program was outlined for It was endorsed by the committee and communications arc in progress with the National for a commission to begin and organize such a Cub Scout Pack for The local Scoutmaster was asked to become the Cubmaster if the National Council will so and Wayne The Cub Scout committee is composed of the following Clifford Paul Glen Ross Bert announcements will be Tiado information comes from the National Council in New Meanwhile we hope that all parents boys of the ages given will cooperate and help to make this new movement the success it Joseph 1-1 who have money Saved it there is no need every bit of our and always appreciate our They pay taxes in county out of the money they receive for their they are doing their full share in backing always contribute every worthy local Let's boost our town and our county by trading with trust and savings ban IOWA UNION THANKSGIVING SERVICE Union Thanksgiving service will be held in the Federated church Thursday Rev. S. M. Zike wiH preach and special music will be provided by the Federated The service will begin at 8:30 thus giving everyone an op to attend and have the rest of the day to Let ay all gather together this day in thanksgiving and We have received much at the hands of In house of prayer let us worship Him in spirit and truth and in the beauty DEATH OF FORMER RESIDENT Mrs. Margaret daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William early resident Moville died in a Sioux City hospital Saturday The body was taken ip St. where funeral were held Tuesday Margaret McMahon was born in NW York tity November 13, 1872, and died in Sioux Nor vember 19'30, aged 58 2 She was united in marriage with I. D. at S. in 1903. Mr. and a son died some years Surviving arc a Ross of Sioux a Mrs. Elsie of 111.; three Mrs. Nellie Brunk and Susie Potter of Long and Mrs. Josephine Gothier of and three John of S. of Moville and Harold of West HAS 90 MEMBERS Regular meeting of the P. T. A. Vina held in the school auditorium Tuesday The committee on membership reported a total of 90 paid up 15 of whom are new The reported a balance of from the Country all associations must have uniform decided to discard the old and those recommended by the State The program included violin solo by Mrs. talk on education by Mr. j a the by several members of Lawton and com. munity singing led bf J. C. Lunch was by the mothers of second grade THANKSGIVING As this season of the year approaches we cannot help but express our thanks to our many friends for their kindly support and In appreciation we list below some wonderful val aes for this week end and continuing until November 27th: a high grade in a 1 qt. per PANCAKE 4-Ib or Yorkshire 1-lb per PRECAUTION AGAINST HOLDUP A daylight holdup electric alarm system has been installed in the Moville State bank as protection against holdups in the The alarm is connected with several business houses certain mostly have been provided with sawed off shotguns for use in an Bank officials state that by giving publicity to the fact that the system has been installed they hope a holdup nnd possible loss of life may be ROCK BRANCH CO. ROAD IN PRIMARY SYSTEM Supervisor and Mrs. F. C. Colby of Sergeant Bluff and Supervisor and Mrs. R. A. Foster motored to Amos last Mr. Colby and Mr. Foster attended a hearing before the State Highway Commission relative to making the county trunk road from to Sloan a primary commission ronH from then north three miles to the highway will be transferred to the primary This will relieve the county of the cost of which will amount to a Jersey 2 lbs. nice assortment of hard and filled per MEN'S or per Red Seal or 49-lb California nice per quick or large JELLY all reg. 10c 4 fresh per lb 15c silk rayon in to Yours for Service and Quality Merchandise RALPH HUNTING A WASH OUT At One ol Entire PILLS Stimulate Gall Bladder and AND 11��h> ilw Vti At Your FOR SALE BY H. C. Beckman An attendance contest is waged between the young people's classes in Sunday The women are in the The contest ends the first Sunday in Sunday evening at 7:30 will give a will bo An offering will be Thanksgiving service Sunday morning at 10 F. C. PUBLIC SALES William Rumohr will have a closing out sale on the Hull farm south of the cemetery on December 2. See sale bills for H. G. Cathcart will sell his dairy November 25. At the stock on the Hall farm adjoining Moville Saturday E. W. Rogers will have an offering of 300 pigs and 55 On the same day E. S. Kitterman of Kingsley will offer 24 Duroc 7 milch cows and 3 registered Holstein Payne & Richards will conduct these LAWTON THIS AND THAT John H. D. Gray In the Wall Lake Blade The other night I saw two men duck around a corner and soon One was wiping his mouth with the back of Tils and the other was putting something back in his inside coat I suppose they had been told that prosperity was just around the ner and had been looking for it. I heard one I want a but I could use a prosperity is now coming in liquid It is my personal belief that no political party should have control or all the political I believe there are many honest men in ail political a few of the other Some office holders are not exactly they arc That kind of men are always on lookout for something to feather their own nest and need to be watched just about as much ns the dishonest Several friends have asked mo how I liked the result of the recent Please excuse mo a minute the is boiling Evidently a lot of those voters in New York state thought they were still voting for A man looking for the Sahara desert need not put in much time in the state of New Ruth Hanna McCormick did not even give James Hamilton Lewis a close All the geography a kid needs to learn today is how to read a road Permit me to gather the statistics and I can prove Did you ever hear a man in prayer asking for good U. B. CONFERENCE A district conference of the U. church at Friday night was attended by the following Rev. Mr. and Mr. and Mm. George Eichhorn and Mr. and Mrs. George Tehn Coral Mrs. Mattic Glen Carleton Goldie Dockweiler and Freda ATTENDED BASEBALL HEARING R. E. Richards was called to Chicago Sunday and on Monday morning attended a hearing in behalf of Dick Newsome before Kenesaw M. commissioner of had presented a claim stating that ho was sent by the St. Louis National League club to the Cherokee club and played with Hint club during the 1930 season Mr. Richards also played with okee the past his name was submitted by Newsome us ono who could verify his REVIVAL AT CLIMBING HILL Revival meetings be held in the church of the Nazarene at Climbing Hill beginning November 23 continuing for two weeks The meetings wiil be under the direction of the Rev. N. and local Services will bo held Sun lay mornings at 11 o'clock every evening nt 7:30. WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING Leave your watch or clock at All work I call for and deliver all work saving the danger of by mail or C. HILTON at the TRAINING SCHOOLS Eleven women of Moville and Arlington townships attended a training school in the home of Chris The second Tailored was Mrs. conducted n training school in the home of Mrs. Ed Johnson lust FEDERATED CHURCH Services will be conducted by the pastor Sunday morning and In the Sunday school all the teachers were present Sunday and we are desirous that parents and scholars be in the Sunday We have classes for every The C. E. will have their meeting Freyer Frances We Should Be Thankful J. BOX SUPPER Box supper in the Spencer District No. 5 Monday November 2�. Helen MOVILLE TOWNSHIP P. T. A. In the Smith 2 miles south of Moville night the Moville township will hold its monthly Recitations and songs will be given by the The past work will be Those who attend should be prepared to give suggestions for projects which association may the coming Members are requested to bring their D. D. Calvin is a patient in a Sioux City Mrs. John W. Glover is a patient in a Sioux City Mrs. R. L. Gregory left Saturday for to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Johnson and I Mrs. Prosser spent the week end with relatives at Egan S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Marshall and family of Sioux City spent Sunday in the W. H. Marshall Mrs. Gus Peterson went to Sioux City Monday to visit in the Bruce Salness home for a few Dorothy Davis of a former teacher spent the end in the George Kifer Russell Wilier visited his brother who is attending the university at Iowa over the week Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Jones of Glidden visited in the home of their Mrs. Frank last A follow-up of the farm bureau training school was held at Mrs. S. M. Lynam's Sowing is the topic this Two were Seven women were Mrs. O. P. Plumer anil Miss were hostesses at a party last Wednesday when they entertained several ladies Time was spent in playing 500, after which luncheon was Mrs. F. D. Barnes and Mrs. Julius Sorensen visited relatives at Council Bluffs a few days and returned Tuesday Mrs. F. W. Lud who had been there for two accompanied them Rev. L. H. president of the Interchurch and J. H secretary of Jhe Y M. C. conducted a meeting in the Community church Sunday The program included motion pictures and informal The Greater FIRESIDE Monogram Circulator Mr. Martin is now in charge of our shoo repair We solicit your J. E. The Lawton high school basketball team journeyed to Soldier on the evening of Armistice Day and was defeated in hard fought battle by the narrow margin of 5 points The score was 20 to 2-1. The game wus thrilling from start to many difficult shots being made and EvenBon looked good for while for Lawton Cecil Howard and Morris Wright were COMPARISON will convince you the FIRESIDE is entirely different from any other Ask for circular which fully describes all its Convince yourself of the great importance of these features as to economical operation and comfort Then investigate and prove to your own satisfaction that there is not another circulator which can be compared with the Your home should come No investment is more enduring or more beneficial than those which make the home more attractive and more Let us explain to you at what low cost you can provide your entire family with luxurious FIRESIDE heating service for a long period of Now is the time to prepare for the winter's Come and see this new invention in heat circulators that at a very low the luxurious comfort of the highest price heating The FIRESIDE is a highly developed and perfected heating system with many special features that are important to your and M. E. SOUTHWICK A good line of home made candies at the Minnesota led all the states in the bonuses ol the World with sum of If 600 to each Kansas being with to Toledo In low-spirited moments we the not far when men will have to organize and campaign for equal
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