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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1922)
TUESDAY and JUtLDAV
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, SEPTEMBER 15, 1922.
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F00I BALI TEAM GETTING . short stories of
ornv hid in pamc ccachm PEOPLE Hi THINGS
rn.HU i run iu-uhhil ulhuuii
The North Platte Ladies
FINE MEETING HELD
Band BY BUSINESS MEN
AN COURT HOUSE PARK,
Coach Neville And His Assistants Are Training A Squad:
Which Is Showing Up Well-Sale j
Of Season Tickers Starts
Tho North Platto High School, winners of tho 1021 lilgh school football
championship of Nebraska, is again at work making preparations for tho
coming season. Coach Novlllo has been giving Ms attention to tho dotails of
getting ready for several months. The grounds have been tiled and surfaced
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TEJIS OF INTEREST ABOUT RE- x rlULLj iliV(2ll-Utg9 OUJJIVIHUVI J.OUl Ul U J Uttoi' i
CK.NT happening ix THIS EARL S'fAMP, Director. j
COMMUNITY March "Tonth Rogimout" -r-R. B. Hall.;
I Overture " American Federation" . 1.-.- Skaggs,
Duet "Romanco" -- Losoy,
Sarah Stoffrcgan hud Esther Sohwaigor.
JJUXV POLICIES DISCUSSED AND
DECISIONS REACHED BY
, Lincoln county center ball team j Cornet
defeated Blrdwood, Sunday by a coro
of 1G to 2. Next Sunday the Center j,Mnrcu.
tnntn ntf11 nlnu On 1 ahIh m .1 A lm
,-.. , uu.wauu uu vocal Solos by Mr. Frauk Turple.
homo grounds. i
(a) "Smllln' Through" - Ponn.
Tho car in which a party of young'(
(b) "Vhou Shall We Meet Again"
bo they will be dry in case of bad weathor. Tho equipment hns been gono 1 1)00pi0 woro out riding last evening", Soronado "Twilight's Witching Hour"-, ..Myers.
ivni nml tihiMi nnw mnforfnl nrlnrrwl.
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Moro than fifty boys answered tho' COUNTY FAIR OFFICIALS
first call for practice and tho number
still continues largo. In a statement
issued this week Mr. Novlllo. says:
"The foot ball -practlco has -now
entered its second week and Judging
from tho available material, North
Pilatto will havo a team this fall which
will measure up favorably with tho
teams of recent years. It will averagp
jn speed and weight above most of tho
toams that havo represented North
FOR DIGGER POULTRY
Special attention is being given
tho practical side of poultry-raising
by officials in chargo of tho poultry
show at tho Lincoln County Fair,
North Platto, Soptombor 19th to 22nd
in an effort to encourage moro small
breeders in exhibiting at tho fair.
"It is not a difficult thing to get
jran into a ditch and several of tho March "Mystic Potentate" - t Myers,
PLAN i mombors wore hurt. Miss Tyrone! Rniortlnn "nrvlmtnfito" 1 ATvnra
Waltz"Sveot Dream" Kiofer.
March "Eagles Homo" - - ta F. A. Myers.
Frazler reclovod a sovcro cut on tho
faco and It Is not known how badly1
tho others twro injured.
Tho North Platto Chamber of Com
mcrco held a banquet at tho Epis
copal church last ovoning with about
ono hundred tickets, sold. Tho
dinnor was sorved by tho ladies ot
tho church and was highly compli
mented by tho men. Frank? L.
Moonoy presided and tho principal
topic for discussion was trado exten
sion. This included such measures
as good roads, special sales, holiday
closing, otc. It was docided not to
closo tho storos during tho County
Fair because tho people outsldo of
North Platto often wish to combine
Music at tho fair Is not to be nog.
lected this year fbr preparations have ,
been made for three. bands. Wod-'
nesday tho Hershey band wlil bo
there and furnish music all day. '
Thursday tho Sutherland band Is on-,
gaged for the day and Friday the
Platte in recent years. Tho average a chicken rqady for tho coming ( North Platto band will do its best to
ago will bo consl'derably loss which! show", says Superintendent M. C. 'entertain tho fair visitors.
may effect tho chances of North Platto Rogers, in chargo ot tho poultry
to repeat last season's performance. 1 department. "If birds are given
Tho number of candidates working lots of ground to keep them in fine
for places on tho team this year Has ! physical shape, free from lice and
boen limited by tho amount of avail-. disease, tho battlo has been almost
able equipment. Among tho most! won. Only a little extra care is
placo at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon i tho v,aIt to tho fa,r wltJl Borao sbP
at tho Church of Our Savior when inS- Jt was also decided not to
Miss Dulclo Fratcr daughter of Mr. closo tho rottUl storca any moro 011
,nnd Mrs. Geo. Frator bocamo tho account of baso ball, foot ball or
bride of Frederic W. Ross, of San oihor Blmilar attractions. Tho free
Picnic for tho Teachers Francisco. Calif., Mrs. Earl Stamp camP 8round whlcn has had, 450u
Tho teachers who taught in the was at 1110 orSn and as an opening ami raoro automobiles parked there
ULr llSiZ Mrs. M. H. Gllfoyl sang "At night during the Prct sum-
1 . , , niwiP Mra Rimn fi,nn mer nt an average cost to tho Cham-
Mr. and Mrs. w7v.s Hoagland loft o canyons near tho State Farm.. Lohengrin Wedding March. LIttio ; ; of (1C"ntf .07 "i worthy
. TMiitHa snihv lori im liri.ioi nnir a Goou mvestmcnt ana won wormy
Tuesuay for Detnot wliero ho will r(Mvcr.-Uack ; " " of continued support.
atienu tne sessions or tno soveritm . . uu i.vU Dunu
miaa uoitis ojrower ana
uranu j,oago or Noorasica again as Mack both of North p,aUe
he has done for several years. Ho'
married Tuesday In Ogallala. Mrs
i pillow. Tho attendants of tho brldo
WOrO I wnrA XT Ida rrimlmn fnfnH mnl1 r
honor, Mrs. Howard Yost,, matron of
'of god roads Into North Platto was
taken up and tho work of tho road
commlttco dlacusscd and approved.
promising are Rector and McWilllams necessary the last fow days to put is a member of the Judiciary com-.Alnck waa formerly employed at the! ' ,1, , 7, , , a " 01 1 After three hours of spccchTmaklng.
for tho end positions. Palmer, Pease them in show shape. If breeders mlttoo and will attend sessions oC;Ha,,lgani Beatty & HalUgan law onp an J tUo brI a d 8 wo Mpb. 1 and dl80U8Blon tho mooting adjourned
and Weber for -tackles, Wilson and .only know how easy it was to got that body in advance of tho opening J oftlceSi Mr M fc , employed ' ?',? Mnnkato, KansttB ft sentlmont that lt wna
Wingot for guards, Pitman, Tout and birds ready for exhibition we would-1 of tho Grand lodge. They will bo nlght foremim at tho P P E Atlor and Mlsa Wabl Schlafko of Jowolono of tho b(JBt hem roccntly
Bodker for center, Shanor ana Wilson not do aoio to nouso tno onirics." (gono ten days. a suort trlp to Denver the yountr filuuul YUU B"'uu u
for quarterback, Stroup for left half. Visitors to the show will ilnd all c lo roturncd to thIs clty 'vhor Claudo GroBS of Sidney and tho
and Dent. Yearsley. Yates. Hubbard, the loading breeds of poultry on Tho sewing club of North Platto I uahers woro Guy Clark, and Dr.
ttistinm and Snvder for the other 1 dlsnlav. The vountr birds, marked ' Sirls, which is under tho leadership ! . i"fcUlu
or Mrs. Edmistcn, met at tno Kimer
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James home -yestt-.-nay ani the iirtsf"8,4" ayvilK ,U8L WU0K ,n luo cuy
Will . ' U-laHlnn- floo Hr.wln1lnn TllbanaJn.
Miss Thelma Ambruster of Lax.
uackflolu positions." by their angular, awKwara appear
Tho schedule of games played here nnce, and "short, scant dress,
nt North Platto is as follfrt: outnumber tha old hlrda hv f nr. i Were surprised w! on
not rJ h 'served them a line lunch. Thon.Mn
McCook . Oct. 13th. .henJarger and more flnishod in look, ' Edmlsten was surprised when thow,,,,,
Central City Oct. 20th. will poke a friendly head thru the,.'8 prenunieu wxm u ul- The foUowlng ltem waB cllppen Jn placo by a wreath ot 0rango
Gothenburg Nov. 3d. bars to attract tho attention otliurao ln apjvociation of hor AYorklfrom tlie Lexington Clipper. Mrs. blossoms. Sho carried a shower
iFremont Nov. 17ith. passersby. The usual number of with them ihis y,ear. The, club won Kutz waa ompioyed licr0 jorxa flJl0rt boquot of whUo roB0Q and mUca 0,
Omaha South High Nov. 30th. ducks, geese, and turkeys will give ' several prizes at the state fair and Is Umo at u McVlckor Milllnory. ' the valley Tho maid of honor woro
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' me uuiii: tut Tom ut wio m iim'a novel tonoto tne exnioit. ' --o - - wora was rocoivea uero last inurs- a pini5 puBsy willow taffota
names win do vdc wiui a ?i.uu cnargo Poultry exhibitors are planning onu,u I;uu'u' 1U" "OAt
foT the Thanksgiving game. Season putting on an educational campaign
Tho blue card system of solicita
tion wns approved und tho censor
Howard Yost of North Platto and J. committee showed whoro it had sav
E. DoLong of Mankato, Kansas. od tn0 business men thousands or
Vho brldo wore a beautiful gown, dollars by refusing permits.. Other
of white satin trimmed with laco methods of assltlng in ontortalnlng
with a long court train. Tho yoII i conventions woro dlacussod and. ap
was of lace and tullo and was hold (proved ln preference to advertising.
F. L. Modney was a dignified and
alert chairman and did Mb. best to
koep tho Bpeakers within time limits.
a nlnk nussv willow talTota nnn oomu uu iiuoub v.;
day of tho marriage of Mr. Fred ; georgotto dress and tho matron or, Give in (hroo mlnutos and others
Kill nt tlilo nlfv in Mlon Tlnoa TTllna ' . . . ....... . I tnnlr Innrrnr hv rnmllllnnr Off tho HUb-
tickets to all ax games will bo three at the falr to stimulate more inter- AWl AJ ...ip B' of Wellington, Missouri. Tho bride bridesmaids drosses woro of white' Joot. Mr. Moonoy was patient. with
jand groom aro well known in Lox- and whlto georgotto over orchlu a11 and kont thjng8 going to,.' ms
(ington and vicinity, tho groom hav-'8aMn Ail wora tullo hats to match general satisfaction of tho men,
The cast for tne womans' ciuuiug grown to mannoou in mo com- n( OIirPnti honimtn of nlnk clartlolnH.
aonars. Tneso are tne regular prices est jn e breeding of pure-bred
bemg cnargeu uy tne larger places in , poultry. It will bo their contention '
ED FOR PRESENTATION
the state for foot ball games. Awayl tnat a nuro-bred flock, if well-cared
from homo North Platte will play for.f wlu provo many tlmeg proflt
Cozad, Bayard, Columbus and Sidney. nhlfl -s - RfirllK one. A nuro-bred
Season tickets are being sold this
hen, trf a good laying .breed, win
,w,eek and can bo purchased from any produco nearly twice as many oggs
ot tho team or other high school
student. Persons from out ot town
who wish to purchase Beason tickets j ne ajr
should write or phone to w. u.
Roettger, faculty manager of athlet
Mrs. Cora Jacobson Is spending
an an inferior hen, and at no greater
cost. This will bo demonstrated at
At least 500 entries are expectod.
Premiums amounting to ?350 are be
Ray Langford Bpent yesterday In
Paxton transacting business.
For a novel gift why not a piece
of the boautlful Oranglno glass dls-
day that the city library has the 1922 i Played in Dixon's,
game laws. These include a sum- J Earl Foster returned this morning
mary of the provisions of tho Fodor-1 from Goldonv Colo, to spend a fow
al, state and provincial statutes, days hero visiting at his homo. He
Anyone interested In this, matter is attending the School of Minos at
should see her at the city library. 'Golden.
After tho impressive doublo ring
ceremony, Mrs. Gllfoyl sang "Oh,
Radiant Hour" and tho Mendelssohn
munlty and the brldo made Lexing
ton her homo for a couplo of years. '
while employed ln tho McVlckor
Milliner. After tho ceromony wa8iATnrM, wnH ninv,, na rn-nn!ni
performed tho happy couplo left on' Tho cnurcn waa beautifully decor,
a short trip to tho cast. They aro !,-,, wm, fnrno nnf, nilf ftWrn
Tho reception which waB attended
by ovor ono hundred guests wns held
t, 1.1. . -n-- i t. -iT--i r- .
(Jiiffev-llovlo lreddlne lul luu AIUlur "UU1U ou VVUBL uu
vention or womans ciuds wmcu vu. ' ' ,tv ws,-Hln tnnb ninrn street. Mrs. Howard Yost had
be held hero next month.
play "All Aboard" which is to bo
given on Sept. 28 and 29 hns been
selected. Tho director, Miss Dixie
Doyle arrived tho first of tho week
and practices started at once. Tho
cast will bo announced soon and sale
of tfekets will begin. , Tho proceeau expected to arrive hero the latter
of tho play will bo used to help do- part of this week.
fray tho expenses of tho state con-
two weeks hero vlBltlng hor sister,
Mrs. Albert McConnoll. Her homo is
Mrs. Brownfleld sent word yostor
FURNITURE 3IAN DECIDES
MOVE HIS STORE TO A
THE BETTER DRESSER WEARS A MALLORY HAT
I Very Snappy and Smart
Are Our New Fall
THESE ARE REMARKABLE VALUES
FOR THESE PRICES AND OUR NEW
NEW FALL LINE IS COMPLETE.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
North Platte's Foremost Clothiers
For Men and Young Men
I. Davis of Choyenno has leased
tho store room formerly occupied by
tho Equity store and about October
I will movo his furnlturo store from
Cheyenne to this city. Ho decided
to leave Choyenno becauso of busi
ness conditions and after Investiga
tes other localities settled upon
North Platte. Ho is reported to
havo told local business men that hot
wanted to como to a Hvo town. Mr.
Davis has boen in tho furnlturo
"business in Cheyenne for seven years.
Tuesday at the nomo of Mrs. James charge of tho guest book.
Guffoy at Sutherland, Nebr., when i ' Tho bride is tho oldest daughter
hor daughter Miss Esther Guffoy bo- J ot Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Frator. Al
came tho brldo of James S. Boyle of no boglnning of tho war sho enlisted
this- cltv. Tho coremonv was norJ.as a Rod Cr0B3 nurso and was sen
formed by Father Gassner of tho j to Fort Shoridan where sho was
Sutherland Catholic church, ln tho lator transferred to a hospital m
nresence of a few intimate friends. California. Mrs. Robb has been aur-
Secretary Baro did a good, thing
when ho kept track of tho discuss
ions and at tho closo of tho mooting
stated tho impressions ho had receiv
ed and asked of thoy were right. A
chorus of "ayes" from tho men
showed ho had gono to tho center
of each proposjtlon and sensed the
opinion of tho mooting.
SHOP CRAFTS TO PUT ON
FOR BENEFIT OF
Posters are out announcing a bene
fit ball to bo given by tho striking
shop crafts at tho Lloyd opera house
on Wednesday, Soptomber 20. Ino
American Legion Orchestra has been
engaged and a good timo is assured
Dancing begins at nlno with tlckcta
at ono dollar each,
Tho bride woro a dark bluo sufi
with hat to match and carried a
shower boquet of roses. Sho was
i attended by Miss Boulah McGraw
who also woro a dark bluo suit. Ed
Boyle, brother of tho groom acted
as best man. Tho houso was taste
fully decorated with forna and pm
plo and whlto astors. After tho
ceremony a wedding breakfast was
served at the Guffoy home.
The brldo Is a graduato of tho
Sutherland high school and was re
cently ompioyed hero. Tho groom
is a local young man and is employed
on tho Union Pacific railroad as an
onglneor. Mr. and Mrs. Boylo left
tho samo day for points in Califor
nia whoro thoy will Bpond sovoral
gical nurso at tho Sonoma Stato
homo in California. Both tho brides
maids woro army nurses with Mrs.
Tho groom has boon in the em
ploy of a publishing house In San.
Mr. and Mre. Ross clt tho samo
ovoning for a trip thru tho east
after which thoy will make their
homo in SanFranclsco. With this
young couplo go tho hearty congrat
ulations of all their friends.
A vory charming wedding
Say Folks, It's Free
We welcome you tomorrow evening to attend our
opening. Come and meet us in our new business
home at at 510 Locust Street, between the hours of
7:30 and 10:30 P. M.
THE H. & S. AGENCY
Flowers for the Ladies. Cigars for the Men
AT THE SUN
v Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
The Celebrated Star
A STAGE ROMANCE
A 1922 Dramatic Masterpiece, Directed by
Herbert Brenon. Based on Famous Play by
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