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Malvern Leader (Newspaper) - January 25, 1934, Malvern, Iowa LEADER mmm in SfctrSfl ler 4 AiHltvmt n a special y Mea it ay froafd Was greatly by tttfc Witt f nhda beeanftt tat to y Its wstoin Wtfc elflM tns abote the its stacks can be fitted fchd gfaatw Ihtefest asgulgeiM mil The Mwonic School Well Attended leu Row in of dtoth Township SSSif ile Township t of Highway Middle one third of at Farmer Union on two mil nth offmfhway Oleawood Township South Kmi I HI II istrict School of M Master Masons for this jutttut was held in the Masonie hall Jn Malvern Monday and Tuesday of week and was Attended and full of Inter U was neid for the especial benefit of the Masons In the lodges of the Nishna Circle Silver and Emerson were present were a number from oak and Council Bluffs and towMi m addition there Lowell L Elliott city Hicki Heliry MetffiT wmtf Music was furnished by a with sea as MfV Wlitttt also sang a Old ftnffett requested by Burial was In the Wesley Chape The pall ers were nephews of thd KllsWorth and Cliff Plumb and and Paul at the many eomingltroB Oerald Plumb and their mother Nina drove from and home Carson Plumb an drove from Kaycee lot of car trouble and an dent enroute and did not reach Henderson until Sunday The following lite sketch was read at the services 1984 this Community was shocked and bereaved by passing ot our mem are the homes who have not at some time felt the warm friendship or loving care of those hands now at rest Madly er or the r Kllng three liteiry cows fc mtie mvruWQlBUlii Vt JJ Jtatvern Sale auction rW it Closing out ram tBtles of Tal lit Floyd on Fred Da south of Farm Cramer Tal Fathers and Sons to Banquet Here on Tuesday Night Methodist Jhurch Is spon soring Father and Son ban quet to be In the dining sgjfjjj the kales Clr good as and rip Quick hen made haWw by her example of unselfish ner untiring devotion to the re lief of suffering and and never falling ability to sean fayMondlay 6 first to The cmaxptrey was fjt tTme rtai to CarsonF Plamb of Hen tbls itnlon one She Hved community Kv 8 8n e menu menu and the price will be but 86c per The committee in who are Planning program and bttre th8 cket sales are Dale wHkB real Atf 8nd we may thinMiomg OTer from one of Shirley Lincoln right is probably the youngest member ot a township cornhog committee In tte and his Shirley Lincoln of Pacific both help with the sighup in their Bruce 4H Club Agent to Work in Mills and Fremont Counties Harold Eagle Selected by Farm Bureau To Begin Work Tuesday The 4H club committee mem bers from Mills and Fremont counties met in the county agents office at Malvern and selected a county club agent to work in the two counties under the direction of the county Farm Bureaus of the two Harold Ingle of Bondurant was a 4H club member during his years In high school and won sev eral prises in the state fair Po land China He also rep resented the Iowa at th national judging contest at Kan sas Ingle is a graduate of Iowa State having specialized in Animal Husbandryand Agri cultural He begins his work next Tues day Jn Mills a pleasing per andwe feel tha counties a re NEWS from the County Seat havent to just ask pr T they wla 8ee you have for the occasion The principal address of the evening vuj pe by Dr Ar thur of Council PresWe as toast ago she came Dea Senior a LegS Council Bluffs and has two sisters presented 1 sunshine salad hot iate pud dine Program the tyro Those Fremont county County Agent George Smith and committee members Ray H and From Mills county were County Agant Bruce Wearin and Hurb Leaders Explained CornHog Contract Township Meets Final Educational Work for Reduction Program Finished Time is Cut for CWA Worker Effective last Thursday Bl Mills county project CWA work ers had the time of their work Ing week cut to 24 hours instead of 30 hours as Ther will be no replacement of work ers and no makeup time a lowed for lost Slxtynln comprising all countie containing towns of popu lation or over are Included In thl The 30 counties that have no towns of that have been cut to 16 ier effec tive on the same date Fremont county is Included in this last or County Nurse Smith Leaves Ua Next Week She will probably quit at he end of this week as she has other work claiming her atten A report of her work was eiven in last weeks Leader Reelected at Community Club Meeting Thursday Progfam for 1934 Yearly Sack In office In tne Malvem Community club is the entire list of 1983 officers as a resnlt of the election meeting of the organisation which Was held last Thursday in the Comtnnnlty To head the group Sulyers was after an enthusiastic approval of his work during the past At his customary job was Rob ert vice and Blothower Was reelected reamer and Allen While the yearly reports of of icers were Treasurer Blothower reported a slight bal ce for the in spite of a reatly curtailed Mem bership held up fairly and prospects for member hip in 1B34 are better than they hate been for some at the meeting was he holding of a dinner meeting or February and plans were made to make this an enthuslas Ic start for the years De alls of the affair will be an nounced next The club passed Its regular resolution favoring the establish ment of a state normal college at Tabor and copies were mailed to Governor Senator Ho tter Hush and Representative In discussing the 1934 Mills County members of the club were enthusiastic for the exblbl tlon and voted a recommendation to the fair association favoring a free outside gate for tho 1934 Gidley Directs State Vet Meeting d ent of State Association Now in Session and Old ley left 5 where Last Week for Aviation Club Has r Meeting on Tuesday i KJWJ to Lads and Pads Paul J Lads and Dads Arthur Heath w Roy Expounding on the application and effect of the cornhog reduc tion program on cooperating farmers was done In a wide way this week as Mills county ers attendeda series of township At these membersof the county temporary committees told all regarding the reduction Reported by those conducting tne meetings was a sympathetic interest and an entire absence of neekllng Because each farm represents an individual problem questions regarding in dividual application were ous but a desire to cooperate with the program was The meeting were the final part of the educational work pn tne program 6na nje actual sign vp meetings will eext week Most tfte mseUagf werehel and at these commute Auto Licenses i We are on the last week for securing auto licenses without penalty as next Jan is tlie dead They have been coming in pretty fast this week and are keeping County Treasurer Judklns and 8 tants working pretty Frank Wallace to What Cheer Frank received a message the latter part of the week from the eowptrolleV of him to go IQW8 National Bank tion started Tuesday and s sessions wjll be part in the meeting as he has been president of the state group during the past year and will preside atthe The convention will include rou tine business educational features and studies of advance ment made In the profession and entertainment features Several other veterinarians this aectlon of the state are also attending the Hopp Writes of Recently Adopted House Liquor Bill second bank The first was at ne spent several months straightening t8 RodabaughReelected Head of of At the annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce Jast FrWay elected to beS M prf8Went Charles was vice presl Faults of Measure An excellent explanation of the liquor coutroi bill recently passed by the Iowa House of atives is herewith explained by Representative Rudolph Hopp m a to The Dear Readers For the past two weeks j have been so busy getting the tt The report showed the Client condition with bills paid Last we finish ed our work on the bill for the present in the House and sent it over to the Senate by a vote of The bill as passed by the House not going to please JSLf U the begt thought of the majority of he House I tope whS Wily passed U will wet Vttb xeneraj and resiu in the of sun and ye 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