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   New Market Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1930, New Market, Iowa                                fefe1 AS GOOD AS THE BETTER THAN THE WE WRITE IT THE FARMERS MUTUAL NEW TAYLOR JUNE 1930 NUMBER 20 Mistake Made in PrimarytVote 5bunt Ora Cade Found to Be Nominated in Place of Through an error made in re porting the result of the primary election vote last it was announced that Cla baugh had been renominated for the office of county after a recheck of the vote it was noted that the vote of Ross township had transpos ed and the votesof Cade giv en to Clabaugh and vice In the first figures given out Clabaugh was shown nomin ated by majorityof 76 votes but after the vote from township had been corrected Cade was nominated by a major ity of 14 The supervisors finished the official count Tuesday night and only for a few minor changes the vote was found to be There has been some talk that there may be a recount of the votes but nothing has been done as yet Following is the program of the annual convention of the Taylor County to be held at the church in New Market on June in an all day Morning Session Executive Block Greeting and welcome from local Zetta Appointment of au union signal and resolu Report of county Hollie New Election of New New Noontide Lunch served by New Market Afternoon Reports of local union 5 by presi dents Reports of county superintendents of Piano Gertrude Talk on Christian Benedict Home Round Table New Enemy at Union Belle New Be the Con County Childrens Division At June at the Christian Morning Period of Song and Definite Purposes for This Childrens Division Place of Furnishings and Equipment in Creat ing aWorshipful Atmos phere in the Childrens De Arthur Worship Programs Beginners and Pri Junior Des New Market Jones Sisters Discussion and Question on Worship for Children Atmosphere Brockway for Afternoon Period of Song and Parents in Rela tion to the Child in Clearfield Importance of the Childrens Department in the Free Lenox Correct Use of the Revised Graded Lessons Primary Junior Brockway Upholstering Picture Framing i SIMMONS New Process fmoosseJ Decoration BEDS At the Price of the Commonplace Simmons now offers an exclusive New Process 1 Decoration which gives to mtJtrsttlf print a dis tinctive beauty never before ohniaaUr Aak pMtioalarly 1 to see these new Simaions ciMtlDMU Choose from Three Styles 15287 A hindxMie Bed of Sim mons fund woven one effect ii cleverir worked into Nttf Prtttit E in medal Duly of materials oolr of work maaihipi and modern tity production tt itf There 700 the these Si 15S88 u EmttmtJ DtaMtiut has been in tbu Suite to fcriac the Bower lany in the beuaiMu of fool A truly wonderful WALKER SHUM Furniture Undertaking Demonstrating Jun ior Hymn Conference Period Lesson Material Its Pur pose and Method Problems of Attend ance and of Discipline Methods of Securing Home Interest Brockway Gravity of Days Work Family A family reunion was held Sun lay at the home of and Brown in honor of Miss Wilma Roush of who with her Ralph was here visiting The guests had brought along he necessaries for a sumptuous amily dinner and after this had een thoroughly enjoyed by he afternoon was spent in a social The day will long be re membered as a very pleasant oc casion by those Those attending were and Elihu Miss Wilma loush and Ralph Long of and Oscar Roush and of and Harry and Merle and Ora Theda and and Russell Slack of and Raymond ade and Miss Cleo of Francis Cade and Harry Visitors From A delegation from the Hopkins Community Club was in New Market Monday looking at our paved streets and also collecting data regarding of same It seems Hopkins has been using oil on their streets there for some years and they are dissatis ied with this method of getting rid of the mud and dust and they are now thinking strongly of pav ng their streets and being forever rid of this We can tell them one they will find the first cost pretty ut after they once get the pave ment they will be completely satisfied with the Those making the trip to New Market were Frank New Edward Lester Walter rvin Hanna and Off For McDonald and McColm left Tuesday morning about seven oclock by auto on their way to where they will visit about two months with the formers Alice They went Tuesday as far as where they stopped for a visit with afterward driving to Kansas where they stayed over night with They also expect to stop at New on the way They are taking the southern route and will go through the Grand anyon and no doubt will greatly enjoy this senic route through While in California their address will be in care of Alice Route Box Manhattan Club The Club met June with with Ned Combs assistant A pleasant afternoon was spent in Jessie Harris be ing winner of the Three Mrs Dorothy Neely and Miss Doris were Refreshments consisting of ice light and dark cake aii lemonade were NOTICE The Rebekah Circle will meet at the Odd Fellows TCall Friday June instead of Harrj Timberlakes on account of th road ohn Pullan Dead In England illed in Auto Accident Tuesday Morn ing of This This community was shocked and sorely grieved Tuesday morn ng about ten oclock when word ame by wireless message from that bhn who left here on May ith with his wife for a summers with relatives at their old lome across the had been dlled that morning in an auto ac No particulars are at hand as to he cause of the the only nformation being the wireless which read as follows Regret John Pullan died through motor accident Tuesday s to The message was received at the Pullan Coal being telephoned here rom Council Bluffs ajfc the end of he wireless Mr and Pullan left here m May and left pis country boat on the 10thj They had jeen in England only three weeks when the accident Pullan is survived by his who is in England with hree James and Ben f New and Lawrence of and two Ihoda Updjke and Clara both of Des I be ides a large number of grand hildren and great grandchildren and a large circle of jfriends who incerely mourn his sudden le was 71 years of While nothing definite in known at this it is probable that his ody will be returned io the Unit 3d States for but what time t will arrive is uneral arrangement cannot be made until definite word but at this time it seems hat it will probably be at least two We will announce the arrangements as soon as they are The sincere sympathy of all is extended to the sorrowing ones in his time of State Fair News Another recordbreaking Iowa Boys and Girls 4H Club Con ress and Junior State Fair is ex pected at the 1930 Iowa State Fair and August 20 to according to detailed plans for the various statewide contests which were announced this week by Di rector Paul Total premiums of will e offered for club work ef various dnds during the ten days of the Of this will be provided for boys and girls work and for special girls exhibits and The largest single group of prizes s offered in the baby beef club de where will be jaid for Shorthorn and Angus baby beeves and for mixed The pure bred beef heifer de which was so successful ast will offer this summer for Shorthorn and Angus Another sum of is provided in the pure bred dairy heifer con in which prizes will be award ed for Guern Ayrshires and Brown The boys and girls pig club de partment provides in pre miums comprising special offerings for Poland Duroc Jerseys Chester Spotted Poland Berkshires and Yorkshires and special classes for fat the fat barrow anc carcass contest and the marke1 hog judging An extensive lamb and woo show is also with an offering of divided among Oxforc South Cheviots county fa boys and girls wool exhibi and the blocking and trimmin In the club de offerings of an Boys demonstration contest offer in embracin ve stock poultry I crops and miscel club and project xioth The boys udging contest provides another for judging of livestock and Additional prizes are provided or fruit garden lie annual weed indentification club records and the an ual boys health scoring As in past the girls 4H lub department features homo clothing and In ie home economics s offered in the clothing 676 in the house furnishing divi in the canned products for personal accounts nd for The girls demonstration con ests provide for ome and read making Additional offerings are made mounting to for the annual tyle for the home eco omics judging and or the girls health scoring con Copies of the Boys and Girls remium list may be had by writ ng to Secretary owa State Des Another Letter From McColm Save By Burning Iowa coal is 30 er cent more economical than hat shipped from other lugh Secretary of the owa Coal said in a tatement made public Wednesday The highest value of oal never exceeds and nly a few of the best foreign coals pproach this The average value of Iowa as aken from a number of dctermin itions made by the United States is This com lares favorably with some of the losBst foreign coal Comparing the average cost of oreign coals to that of Iowa he difference in heat units makes he price strictly in favor of the owa he If the citizens of Iowa would jurn at least onehalf of the total onsumption of the state in t would mean that there would e twice as many miners employ and therefore larger greater buying which will more Every lollar spent in our community neans that this amount will be listributed in our The same s true of money spent for Iowa coal every citizen in our state will e Propoganda has been turning i great many of our citizens to he use of foreign coals on the slofian that Eastern coal is clean Lundy any oal is dirty or black to the f our large and small users of coal ill equip themselves with proper coal burning remember ng that a good draft is most es and with a fair working knowledge of how to burn most satisfactory results can be obtained in the use of Iowa A few more ashes is more than offset in the saving In fact owa coal is freer from soot than many foreign About more tons of coal were produced in Iowa last year than in and the pros pect for 1930 is that the increase will be considerably The arge and small users of coal in our state have found that Iowa coal if well and that with the latest cleaning devices and care ful attention given to Iowa coal they are enabled to receive all ol the heat units that they are en titled to That a saving i being made to and with this first hand experience on the par of a great many users the past the coal industry in Iowa i looking The operators anc miners are working hand in hanc to produce good he assured Dont discriminate against low coal because it comes from he gave as a slogan in a campaig being made to encourage the us of Iowa Whatsoever a man sews tha also shall he ntlen to His Wife But ol Interest to the Public The following letter from McColm to his wife will be of terest to his friends in and around ew Market as it tells of his ox ericnce at the federal prison at and more f the workings of that t was written Juno but was oo late for our last weeks he letter follows Leaven June ear I am writing you to lot you now t am all right and feeling I have nothing of import nee to write I made my econd report today to Bcn the superintendent of this for my work during month of Of course 1 id not run this hospital the full lonth of but I made out 10 1 think I have made good all the me since I have been You o not know here what will be ext to come Some of the eople in here are very while here arc others who are ery so you cant tell where ou arc at any One have never to my knowledge had iy work criticised and if any iing ROCS wrong Hennott nows it aL and ho is a it timid to speak to you about nd when he lots he tells it to ou so you will 1 now doctors to whom he has iven written instructions and ho xpccts them to livo up to them Ie never told mo to make reports r how to make them or the work and lie blanks and 1 knew I had to eep track of 11 all treatments and 11 When I took my rst report to him he just nodded iis head and did not say iVhcn 1 took it to him today lie vas pleased and said that was all so I feel that 1 am doing that lawyer Hawkins that spoke to you about that at one ime was in Des was over gain He says he can K ne out of here in just a little All he wants is the copy of those hree Thompsons affidavits that hose blanks were stolen and a opy of the court record in that ase started against me and he will do the I dont like to write ibout this so but why hould I stay here when in fact there is nothing against mo to cecp me here and when I am need ed so badly at I think this man knows just what to do to get mick on Decoration Day it was a holiday but did not seem much different to me from any other yet we were not requir ed to do very much Wo went out to the ball They had quite a big ball game Tho outside tcnm was from was quite a good up to the sixth inning when the play ers here White Sox went to got rattled and last tho was different here yes Tho White Sox had a Played with an out side team 1 guess they were from Kansas City Vcrattu Amusement but they did not got any Tho White Sox wore too much for the fellows hero got quite u thrill listening over the radio to the 500mile motor race at Indian apolis speedway won by Billy Ar nold of Twentythree years a poor but won more than in this But this is stale news to you I so will cut it They have kept the radio going all day We listened to a good ser mon from Kansas City before noon so I did not go out to church here wont to the Christian League this Your New Store Building at Kclgar proprietor of the iiiss is having a new brick store building erected on tho silo of tho old work hav ing boon started Monday of this The now building will bo 2FxGO with a basomont 25x40 Ilamplo bus boon proprietor tho uss store for tho past fivo yours and this improvement shows that ho has made a success of tho lie is to bo congratulat ed for his enterprise and theciti zens of 1 usa and surrounding country aro to bo congratulated on having an entTprising man at tin1 head of Stock There won fivo cars of stock shipped to Chicago last Saturday from New tho consign ment consisting of four cars of cattle and a car of Marry Makes and Kawcett Crawford shipped a car each of Tom shipped two cars of cattle and Cado and Jon OH shipped a car of hogs to Tom Brummctt and Harry Makes accompanied the stock to Maloncy wife of a former dentist of Now died at her home in Chariton last being ill only a short She is survived by her hus band and two Kuth and The funeral was hold last FORD SALESSERVICE The Ford leads in sales because it leads in VALUE High Test Gas Tires Willard Batteries Rice Oil Motor New Iowa   

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