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   New Market Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1932, New Market, Iowa                                LET US WRITE YOU A BETTER FIRE AT A LESS A HOME WRITE OR VOLUME XLVIII NEW TAYLOR MAY 1932 NUMBER 13 Doings of the Public School Weekly News Furnished By the Pupils and NEWS JEditorin I Associate Society Reporter Sports Senior Reporter junior I Sophomore Prat t Freshman Harris The Freshmen and Miss Wal I laces room presented the last chapel program April The program consisted of winding the Maypole by the The Doll Shop by the first April Showers by the second and a farewell to the Seniors based on That Old Gang of The basketball girls went to Clarinda Thursday afternoon to have their pictures The following girls were in the group Dolores Johnson Helen Helen Theda I Crystal Margery Maxine Marie Ernia Vesta Whaley I and Vonnee The standings of the citizenship contest for the first five 6week periods has been It ap pears that the Freshmen class will be winners this and displace the Junior class who has won the cup the past two There is only one more 6week period to be considered and as the Freshmen have a two point lead in the stand ings it that they will be The standings at the end I of the 5th 6weeks follows Class The High Five in each class is listed The number be I fore the pupils names indicate their standing in the entire The number after the name gives the total number of points made this 1Ethelyn 6Garnett 7Violet 8Iva 10Katherine 4Pansy 13Ruth 14Vesta 17Zelma Oliver 11Lena 12Kyle 19Dolores 21Crystal 2Mae 4Wilma 15Thelma 18Marie 23Crystal madeall our Anyone else who wishes to go may do but must meet their own All pupils must make up their work for Friday recitations before hey are eligible for the Our first game will be with Car on at Friday if we win this we will play Villisca Friday if we win he second we will play two games one in the morn ng and one in the Room We are very much interested in he return of our feathered friends nd are busy making wren hese are made from tall coffee The hole cut in the can for he bird to enter is the size of a Wire is put through the op for a handle so the house can e hung in a A few nail oles are put in the bottom of the an for water to run The can s painted We hope Jenny Wren will find one of our nests oon and move into The following pupils will repre sent our school and Taylor county in the district baseball tourney at Lewis this weekend Donald Clowser captain Duane Arthur Gray Keith Floyd Car roll Max Ivan Francis Lelanc Raymond Whitehead and Otis The school is allowed to enter 2 boys in the so Mr Watson asked the 10 boys who have played in most of the games this year the first 10 named in the list to select two boys to go along as Raymond White head was first Otis Wood second and Max Grove In case any of the first 12 selecte cannot make the Grove wil take his The boys will leave at m in the same truck that has Small Class to Graduate Next Week Seventeen Girls Seven Boys in Class of and Mew Market High Wins Championship The New Market high school aseball team won the county hampionship Tuesday afternoon when they defeated the Blockton igh school team 4 to This was probably the best game rom a spectators point of view he locals have played this year and was enjoyed by a fair sized pitching for New allowed Blockton six while our boys gathered seven lits off the Blockton so hat the game was practically For five innings neither ide was able to but in the ifth New Market but Slockton came back in their half and counted putting them the lead with only one more nning to In the last inning ur boys began hitting and at the nd of the inning they had added hree scores to their and as Blockton was unable to score in heir the game closed 4 to 2 n our This gives the cup to the New vlarket high school for this year and their name will be engraved in the cup as winners for Already the cup has been in pos ession of Clearfield two Market two years and Block Commencing next Sunday with the baccalaureate sermon the grad uates will hold the seat of honor for the coming the last pub lic occasion being on next Thurs day The baccalaureate sermon will be preached by Baptist minister from Red and the service will be held at the High School Auditorium Sunday May com mencing at eight On Thursday May the commencement exercises will be held at the school audi with Crowell of Bed delivering the address to the This program will also be gin at eight The graduates for 1932 are as follows Joseph Duane Donald Cecil Clowser Harold Lavern Arthur Hytland Pauline Marie Ruth Crystal Bertha Mae Keith Valda Wilma Lorene Kenneth Leroy Helen Irene Marie Louise Velma Darleen Thelma Geneva Glen Floyd Crystal Lorene on one A team must win hree years straight to gain per manent Following is the box score of the ounty championship game AB R H A p 8 ss 4 Ib 4 c 4 If 3 3b 3 rf 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 piest Evening of Allis When the Neighbors Happen j Snodgrass gave a reading about The Ministers Hutchinson played some interest ing records on the victrola and we closed with a Miss Elsie was the guest of honor and was presented with a handkerchief The baskets were then unpacked and refresh ments enjoyed by and in spite of the refreshing shower everyone spent a pleasant evening in the Hutchinson being the last meeting for the Mary Mankle Celebrates 85th Birthday Last April Mary Mankle reached her 85th birthday and on the following day several of the children gathered at her home to celebrate the Laura Mankle baked the angel food birthday bake and all of the children helped in furnishing a bounteous repast which was great ly enjoyed by especially the honored and Mankle of who B Score by innings 0 0 4 2 7 6 10 9 Summary Twobase hit by Geer base on balls by Crecelius 3 struck out by Neely by Crecel ius 7 earned New Market Blockton 2 Bill Rood of Karl Johnson Submits to Appendicitis Operation Karl whom we mentioned last week as being con fined jn a hospital at suffering with an appendici tis submitted to an opera tion at that place last Last reports from him are that he is doing as well as could be ex His wife and father and Evan Bankston went down last Saturday and were present at the Johnson and Bankston came home the first of the week but Johnson is still there with her Reading where a Paris paper de clares that America is a fools maybe thats the reason so many Frenchmen like to come over Boys Win Three and Lose One Past Week The past week the New Market high school baseball team has won three games and lost Last Thursday they defeated Essex here by a score of 3 to then on Friday the team went to where they defeated the Clearfield team 6 to On Monday Villisca came here for a game and our boys lost this the only one they have lost this by a score of 5 to Then on Tuesday the county champion ship game with Blockton was play ed our boys winning 4 to Space forbids us putting the box scores for all the games in but the box score for the Blockton game will be found in another New Market Third in County Track Meet The county track and field meet was held last Saturday at Bedford with five schools of the county the order of their standings being as follows Bed ford Clearfield New Mar ket Lenox 11 and Blockton Below are listed the events in which New Market placed Mile run Lee Mile Relay New Market first team members were Francis Lee Raymond White and Donald 100 dash Francis High hurdles Keith Low hurdles Francis dash Donald 880 dash Raymond White Broad jump Francis High jump Keith Neely tied for Half Mile Relay New Market were presentedGrandma Mankle with a beautiful Those present were and Mankle of and Mankle and son and John Mankle and Miss Josie Tony Pace Taken to Maryville Hospital Tony Pace was taken to the hospital at last Thursday suffering from a threatened attack of About ten days ago she stepped on a rusty nail which pierced the but the wound gave her no trouble or pain until last Thurs when she began having pains in her taken to where a Doctor advised her immediate removal to a Hospi She was rushed to Maryville and was found tobe suffering with threatened lock Several in jections of serum were required to overcome the but were finally successful and she quickly She returned home Mon day and is doing nicely at Miss Pearl Nelson Seeks Office of Clerk of Court Miss Pearl Nelson is a candidate for the office of Clerk of the Dis trict Court of Taylor county on the Democrat Miss Nelson was born and reared on a farm in Taylor county near Bedford and has lived most of her life in Taylor She seceiv ed her business training in the Gem City Business College of Quincy and since that time has been employed in different lines of business as Secretary and Office Her past experience in that capacity qualifies her for the office and in accordance with the times she states her platform is strict economy with Important News From the County Seat Weekly News of General Interest Fur nished by Franklin Judge Homer Fuller returned to Bedford Saturday noon to con vene court long enough to sentence John Greeley who was tried and found guilty of maintaining a liquor nuisance in Greeley was sentenced to one year in the county jail and was fined plus all court costs which will amount to about If Greeley pays the fine and the one half of the time sentence will be suspended and he will be Greeleys attorneys had filed a motion for a new trial and the Court had set last Saturday for the date of hearing the Judge Fuller spent very little time in consideration of the He denied the right of a new trial and criticised defendant for denying the evidence offered by the as Greeley was granted 10 days from last Saturday to straighten out his business affairs before starting to serve his All of the assessors books have been turned over to the auditor according to Auditor Nello Weeda In fact 17 have already been checked and audited by that office I wondered about what the assess ors were paid for their annual After much inquiring and figuring it was finally decided that on the whole the average sa ary for the assessors is about per This is computed from their pay of per Of course paid to an assessor for assessing the property of a town or town ship does not seem a But when it is considered that there are 26 such towns and town ships to be assessed and that near ly annually is paid for this it begins to look a trifle more Clubs Are down is believed to be her What the LadJCS Len Maxwell has been acting recorder in her Everything seemed to be Maxwell told me there had been 126 hunting licenses issued since April this is slightly less in number than were sold this time last The county superintendent was very busy the first part of this She was mailing out ex amination paper and questions to the rural teachers for rural eighth grade examinations which will be held this Thursday and According to Churchill there are 162 eighth grade students who will take the This is a trifle larger number than took the test last the rural students are not alone in experiencing drudgery in anticipating the For the supplies for examining normal trainers throughout the county have just arrived at the superin tendents Normal trainers are future teachers of the rural students and they are probably as nervous about their tests as eighth The normal training tests will be given in five county high schools sometime during the latter part of Those towns having normal training courses in high school are New Lenox and News of the Clubs Furnished By Mem bers of Different The March meeting of the was held at the home of Grace lowman with eleven members After the business meeting the lostess brought forth quilt pieces and the ladies pieced enough blocks for a quilt The assisted by Maxine VlcAlpin and Helen served dainty refreshments consisting of salad and Club guests of the afternoon were Sarah Maxine VEcAlpin and Helen iucas and daughter and Bessie The April meeting will be held with Ben Each member is requested to bring her jaby Harry Stewart living near Siam vertisement was a victim of horse thieves last He woke up Thurs day morning with two horses less than he put away the night before Harry Nevin Seeks Office of Recorder Harry Nevin announces this week that he will be a candi date for the office of county Re corder at the June sub ject to the decision of the Republi can Nevin is quite well known throughout the having lived near New Market since child Farming has always been his principal while to some extent a car lot dealer in fruits and as he is known almost has played the game fair and if elected will do his bes1 to merit the Ad 132 Senior Class Play Highly Entertaining The senior class play given Tuesday night at the high school auditorium was enjoyed by a fair sized and the rendition of the play highly enter Several musical numbers by members of the cast were also a pleasant feature of the entertain as were also the selections given by the orchestra trio com 2d team members were Francis Keith Donald Clow and Carroll Friendly Neighbors Enjoy Final Visit The Friendly Neighbor club in vaded the home of and John Hutchinson last Thursday claiming possession for a few and were soon busy having a fine After an hour of the ladies opened the program by singing Standing on the Beavers then gave a select How a Husband Was Fooled About His Mothers Enfield read a short Mans Spring and Hutchin son some lovely The Hap posed of Misses Kempthorne and Shreck and The receipts of the play were Card of I wish to take this opportunity of thanking my neighbors and friends for the many remember ances of handkerchiefs and flowers sent to me during my ill These expressions of kind ness and sympathy were surely appreciated and will never be for Lon Its the running expenses that keeps most married men out of Being told something for our good never seems to do us Sunday morning Dale Sleep who lives about 6 miles west of Bedford awakened in exactly the same pre Sleep im mediately informed the Before night fall the county sheriff and his deputy had arrested Troy of and Ben who lives about 6 miles northwest of Bedford They admitted taking the And the horses were That is Sleeps As yet no trace has been found of Stewarts beasts of The two men taken into custody repos ed in the county jail Monday and were expected to be given a pre liminary trial No other cases have been set for this term of court according to the clerk of the judge will probably not return unless on some special The next term of court in this county will convene in Jack who was ar rested some time ago for illegal possession of secured bonds men and then skipped the coun Not because he did not get clear out of the coun He only got to Dougherty left Bedford about two weeks A week later he was located in Sheriff Cor nell immediately made a trip to Des Moines to secure extradition papers from the The Governor refused because of in sufficient So if Dough erty does not come back for trial on his own free it looks like his Donald Chuddley and Don Robinson will be out between That was the amount of the appearance Card of We wish to sincerely thank the friends and neighbors who so kind ly assisted during the illness and death of our beloved Mrs Elizabeth We also thank those who sent floral offerings and the The Since the world the boys have changed nearly all of their opinions except their opinion of On Serving a Of any generation of human be ings only a handful may hope for any kind of earthly Regardless of our regard less even of those actual achieve ments which in the eyes of those who love us may appear to be pretty the vast majority of us can hardly hope to be remem bered in this world for more than a very few years after death has claimed As John Milton is re ported to have The great majority of us must be content to be in the register of not in the record of But before we fall asleep and sink into that earthly oblivion which we cannot it lies within our power to identify ourselves with some great cause which will live in which will indeed make What a day in which to be alive who have no chance whatever to live in have one of the best chances which human beings have ever had to make and we may choose to embrace If only we do we while we know the joy and the uplift ment of creative strife and al when we not even our names may escape our lives will not have been lived in will meet Tuesday May at two with Those attending will meet at the home of Dougherty not later than For over a week May county has been ill and confined in A nervous break ManyYears in the Hence Line RED TOP lias Proved its Superiority For almost twenty while many kinds and different brands of steel fence posts came and Red Tops have stood the gaff in the fence line with entire satisfaction to many thousands of Years when the first Red Tops went into the fence and ever work of post hole digging went of fence posts yearly repairs and replacements was no more frost life of the fence was extended and livestock 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