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   Malvern Leader (Newspaper) - January 27, 1944, Malvern, Iowa                                fas4 Mtfis this petteti iti MilU County is asked in his Cofhflinfiity to purchase his Hofcds or Certificates or United t by his town or The dotjflVs Qtteti fof the Fourth War Loan drive was Woken and each town and towflahif tn eoanfy was givefl a In ofdef fof four town of totwishtp to sell its aft individual atfota was given to each petton on the basis of his come and financial The individual quota method has beett found to be the fairest to all The purpose of the Bond Holiday is to gel quota in one day and to relieve of bfcftf failed ttftoft sditeifeMi aird to atve tte ttembets of of fcwftsbip fcflfiiniftit days of softdtattofr and the ficidfetit the atntram of your Ift order fot the cdtrtity and fwar of towftshjp to tneet its H fteeessaiy yea to the afnemht of yoor Lets alt fesek tfce attack during this drive bv bttyiftg at least our quota of boftds and by beinf i food soldier about it1 VH fit Tft wuiCnCI Djrlflg1011 MilU County Chairman War finance Conttnittee f he one day plan has been used in a number of counties throathoat the state and has tefterally beeh highly successful successful not only in seilinf the countys quota of bonds but aho In saving gasoline and time fWthe workers in the campaign and making it more convenient for everyone to buy the bonds 411 and Workers ate cordially urged to cooperate jrally in this each individual is asked to do 2 part in putting the coUlity over the News of the record will go to all of the boys from this area who are now serv ing in the armed So a highly successful campaign will really prove to them that Mills county is backing their attack and backing it in an efficient The dHve in Mills county will work toward the quotas ttr Township Quota Town ot Township Quota Anderson St White Deer Creek Glenwood Indian Creek Ingraham Lyons Oak 37300 Plattville Rawles Silver Creek Emerson Hastings Henderson Malvern Pacific Junction Silver City Total THIS WEEK I JMilli County A Mttls county cattle Walter Harrises ot southwest of had his letter to Con gressman Sett Jensen sent out to newspapers by the Associated Press this week and Was widely published in the dally who feeds StS cattle and operates one ot THE M1LLTCO ing a very serious condition be cause of higher costs and a price roll He wrote that he was opposed to subsidies but suggest ed that hogs go point free until surplus of pork is used this would save feed supplies for other for Men Fund Lags in Ellllon UrffCS Mote tO Give MILLS JANUARY 1944 aet1 are falling to receire those fwm so normal quota of close to We really uppre elate clgarets up here for they are been published in a slightly dlN ferent form for the past three will be found on page 2 of this Malveraft scarlet fever prob lem seemed largely solved this week as only two more families The local Legion post has sent cigarets to men on the trom tfae collec Every nickel that is donated to this cause buys a package of clgareta for some boy on our tlons from milk bottles In every Says Ellison business These cigarets are Cftnt you Pt a few cents in the bought tax and at wholesale bottles for some and are distributed by the Army son will be grateful to or Navy direct to the free of morrow to get from those cigarets caused the town ot health gaeout some to restrict many such rets lMt Week that had been do as a basketball Sunday 5Bted the American school L MIGHT TAKES OVER COLLINS DRUG 60s STORE HERE Purchases Interests of Late Partner in cent Transaction Knight announced full ownership of the Collins Drug this week as he recently pur chased the Interests of his for mer whose death occurred in Knight has been with the store since 1920 when he pur chased a half interest In the store from Collins had purchased the store from County Cage Tourney at Emerson Next Week Neius of County Scat Fighting Koyce in Malvern American Legion like tohear from Malvern free Mai en a history In the partnership The office of Clerk of Courts Ward Slothower did a rushing business In marriage licenses the past few days as couples obtain ed the They went to Marlon Malvern and Virginia Olen wood and to Oarold 24 and Carolyn A new physician located in the SOIL DISTRICT SEEKS TO HOLD FERTILITY IN HEAVIER PRODUCTION Joncn About this time of when all the potentially great athletes of the prep circles begin to get uneasy and yearn for the sticky feeling of rosin on the the countys court representatives meet In a tournament that de cldes who Is to be hailed as this The fertility of Mills county years This years tour nament will be held at Emerson 4 and This sort of lias ieeu go ing on for some As a mat ter of fact this years skirmishes will mark the 18th Ume the Mills county cagers have answered the opening gun in the Technicians Available to Farmers for servation Work soils can be maintained even un der war production states Wearin chairman of Mills County Conservation Dis trict If the needed row crops are placed on land capable ot high the needed volume though the exposure quite the only new cases I ft A LIMB MM were in the t ley homer where four children BE OBTAINED HERE had and Jean theeast sfde of Vfhe street for har many moved io a building and ls a graduate of McGill unllowd World DurchnsAfl hw Mt The District Comn RAIN Soil J i Lime for All needing Mills county Ume on their farmers soil efforts of your district commissioners and the cooperation the road there will be lime for every acre needing PUBLIC SALE DATES J If you are planning a farm itale this arrange for ft date as soon as possible and then phone The Leader and have this listed so as to avoid There is no charge for this serv ice and advertising sale can be ordered Baurday Malvern Sale consignment Fred Cook farm Art i Harold Hossle farm Cramer 1 Paul McMahlll farm Slezak g Frank Mintle Lunch Hilisdale V 11 Eugene Bath bred 16 Hans Schoenlng clos lent condition to FurtberJ Ing out farm this sludge lime is of a atehly available nature and will Sleek farm show almost immediate results Since having such balmy spring weather the drought has been broken with a trace of rain Sun day and Monday nights and can lnches of raln Wednesday night get such at once for the cost of and Thursday Daily data low tion 18 Through the high Thursday60 Friday 49 Saturday 22 Sunday 41 n Monday 35 Tuesday 70 150 Wednesday56 49 Thursday 57 43 by Collins on the west side some eight years ago and the fixtures and store ar rangement were modernized who is a graduate in pharmacy of Highland Park Des is a na tive of Malvern and except for a few years following bis schooling when he worked in Ot Oakland and has lived here all of bis He has found time outside or DES MOINES MAN BUYS GLENWOOD PAPER Brown Takes Over OpinionTribune 1 William Brown of Des Moines last week purchased the Glenwood one of the two xWearin further states that in a recent reconnaissance survey a district was Boe Houser Injures Finger fiound that a large per cent qf the land in 150 sections of Mills m Accident Wednesday it was started and as adjutant of the Harry Hammqns post of the American president of the Community club and on vari ous other county show a definite need fpr Guy Rosenbohrn of The 8oe Houser met with ft painful accident Wednesday night when at the Cramer when applied Before legume seed stairs with a brake drum and little finger on his right band between brafce drum and step and tearing the end off his Jghn Jwi and dressed the Henry Atetrope if you have not your soil received word this week that tested it Is suggested that before sowing any legumes you collect soii tnehes OB a typical portion wish to order MILLS GOUNT9ANS IN SERIES OF ACCIDENTS Car accidents were rife in this area the past few days and three were reported In which Mills eouutianh were Sunday evening Carl son of and George Fritz of was seriously Injured when his car collided with an other driven by and Tom McQinjnis of Fritz was taken to the University hospital with au eye Brown is secretary of the state executive council at Des Moines and has had considerable journalistic having owned a paper In Onawa and had other connections with the He expects to move to GMenwood the first of the bringing his wife and two The Glenwood Opinion waa started in 1864 and In 1927 waa consolidated with the Mills County For the past 25 until his death last sum it was published by Wayne Choate and since then by his District Commissioners In their annual work policy meeting on requested the district technicians to give war time as sistance to farmers in the follow ing practices In their order of importance The incorporation of green manure and crop residues into the Continue and increase test Plots on grasses and Al so giving consideration to fertil izer Practice all tillage opera tions on the Kecommend the adaptation of crops to soil conditions and Stress plow built terraces on adapted land and grassed wat erway Assist with farm drainage practices If personnel la avallr Assist a district committee in formulating post war conser vation Weuriu further states The responsibility for preventing a re cuneiKp of the erosion tragedy that followed World war I rests with the landowners of our The District Commission Choate will continue tcKers wi be glad to assist any work on the paper for the new Me of the field and bring U to county office for a quick The accident oc curred north of Tabor on Hjgh farmer or group of farmers to plan their production program in line with the capability ot their greater share of the winners pie has gone to the countys smaller town The record of the winners of the allimportant tus sles are as follows Glenwood Olen wood Strahan Hen derson Henderson Pacific Junction Pacific Junction Henderson Malvern Malvern Strahan Hender son Emerson Mai vern Henderson Glenwood Henderson This years tournament will find a town that has copped but one county and Silver a town that has never won a county taking the floor as heavy favor Malvern and Ulenwood also look like possibilities in the eyes of many mostly Malvern and Glenwood These teams are the but that fact alone doesnt con stitute u for as all the county followers any thing can and usually does hap pen when the gent with the whis tle starts the annual This writer would not be surprised it any of the various tqams would cop this years fefit Jurors Drawn for Court r with Fritz at the Saturday at about 5 Vance WbHe of driv tug a Plymouth collided with Donald Simmons ot Glen who drove a Plymouth it the junction of FOR REX AISTROPE Lifetime Resident of will jppen mone received bruises in the face cuts and Rex Walter AUtrope who died Saturday was born near May IJe has lived all of his life in vicinity of Ta He has been in poor health for many Recently be was taken to s hospital Council returned home for awblle JOIN the MARCH of DIMES Jn Mills couuty the March of Dimes will be continued until 10 and Margaret Butt h0 chairman In of this years coilectipn for the Na tional Foundation for Infantile More Help with Rural Fire Truck Fund More donations for thu pro posed rural fire truck have been received by the Mills Couuty Pro tective This week came from llay Hilton and 15 from Marion Emerson Speakers Place in Declamatory Contest Two Emerson high school en trants placed in the predlstrict declamatory contest at Tabor Wednesday Majine Sob bing won first place in the hu morous division and Joan as second in Marine will go to the district contest Atlantic Everett T the son Adella settlers   

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