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JIOITDiT. OCI02ER 4. 1S20.
Morgan Curyea is fcelins hotter
Mrs. Georir T. Foreman went to
AI. ('. Keefer was in Lincoln Sat
urday on business.
Ed Stroemer was in Omaha on
ifoy Bennett has returned from the
western part of the 'state.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Royles are
spending a few days in Alvo.
Miss Anderson was a passenger to
Lincoln on the Jersey last Saturday.
Jack frost paid a visit to this vi
cinity Wednesday night. September
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Prouty. September 2t!. 1920, a daugh
ter. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Harry
TVIcbel, September '2d. 1920. a daugh
ter. Mr. and Mrs. John Foreman spent
the week end in Valparaiso with rel
atives. Mr. and Mrs. W. Soott were Sun
day guests at the George P. Foreman
Dr. and Mrs. L. Muir drovft to
Greenwood Tuesday afternoon to at
tend a funeral.
Miss Aurel Foreman spent Satur
day at home, returning to Lincoln
Miss Frances Campbell spent Sat
urday and Sunday with the home
folks at South Bend.
The last official census gives the
village of Alvo a population of 20S,
Greenwood precinct having 779.
Mr. and Mrs. I'. J. Ganz of Dun
bar, spent Saturday and Sunday with
their son C. D. Ganz and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Skinner, Mrs.
C. F. Rosenow, C t Rucknell. John
Yager autoed to Lincoln. Saturday.
Miss Iis Keefer went to Lincoln
Saturday and from there went to
Mynard, visiting her sister. Mrs. Roy
Cole until Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. August Rosenow,
who now reside In Lincoln, were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
F. Rns?now, Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Ganz visited
their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cole,
near Mynard. Monday. Mr. Ganz
went on to Plattsmouth on business.
Mrs. Goerge. Hanson died at he
home in Greenwood, Monday night
Mrs. C. O. Anderson, Henry Hanson
and Alfred Hanson of this vicinitj
are her children.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cook enter
tained. Sunday 2Uh. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Cashner, who left this week for
California, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Dreamer and children of Bethany.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. McCreary of
Ohio, came Wednesday, to visit the
latter's brother. John Wood, Sr.,
and children. They are enroute
home from Idaho, where they have
been visiting Mrs. McCreary's rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wolfe were
in Ashland from Sunday until Tues
day night, helping care for the for
mer's father who is now resting eas
ier. Mrs. Jacobson arrived Tuesday
night from the east to help care for
Mr. and Mrs. John Foreman en
tertained at inner Thursday evening
Mr. and Mrs. George Curyea. Mr. and
Mrs. John Murtey, Mr. and Mrs. S.
(?. Boyle?. Rev. and. Mrs. K. A
Knight, and Mr. and Mrs. George P.
Foreman. - A very pleasant evening
was enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cashner, Jr., of
CIow Ss the Time
It's the early plowing that makes the
big wheat yield. We have a full line of horse
drawn plows; also engine plows. We will
be glad to give you a demonstration with the
Titan Tractor if you are interested.
F. G. FRICKE & CO.
University Place, visited relatives
here Saturday and Sunday before
their departure Monday for Los An
geles, California. They will go in
a car, camping out enroute and ex
pect to spend six months on the
coast. Mrs. Cashner's uncle. Ran
som Cole, will join them at Salt Lake
City, going ou to Los Angeles.
The Pythianr sisters held their first
kensington at the home of Mrs. Chas.
Ayers at 3 o'clock Tuesday, Septem
ber 21. Those present were Mes
dames A. J. Brobst, C. M. Jordan, L.
1). Mullfn. J. H. Foreman, H. L.
Bornemeier, R. F. Johnson. F. K.
Cook and Glenn Sliger A two-course
luncheon was served and everyone
enjoyed a very pleasant afternoon.
The me.etlng adjourned to meet Octo
ber 17 with Mrs. A. J. Brobst.
TO BECOME AN
CASS COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SO
CIETY FORMED BY THE ELEC
TION OF OFFICERS
We believe we can render any service to our cus
tomers than can be rendered by a country bank. We
are always ready to make good farm loans for long
terms at reasonable rates. Our officers are well pre
pared to advise on problems of farm finance, manage
ment, accounting and on the legal matters with which
a farmer must now deal.
Deposits in This Bank are Protected by the Guaranty Fund
of the State of Nebraska
The Farmers and Uorchanls Bank,
S. C. IIOVI.KS. I'rew. I) l.K S. IIO V I.KS, Caabler KI.OI14 R.(iZ, nnt.
A. M. HO VI.i:i, Vlr--lrcM. CARL O. i IV.. t Ice-Prr.
The Alvo National Farm Loan Association
S. C. BOVI.KS. President PAI.K S. TJOYI.KS. See'y-TreaM.
BOl I'.S A G7., Atrrar.m-UiT
Buying Grain and Stock!
Farming only pays when the man who manages
the farm receives at least one half of the net income
from the farm.
Grain and stock should be bought by individual
uyers who take an interest in keeping posted on the
Co-operative associations will never be a success
until they sell at least one-half their stock to their
Bring your Grain and Stock to us. Thirty-six
years' experience on "market conditions" and "grading
up" grain. Free to our customers. ;
Mrs. GEO. HANSEN OF GREEN
WOOD ANSWERS CALL AFTER
A SHORT ILLNESS
tdy Q G
Grain and Lumber
Iast Thursday fit the home, where
she had lived for the past seven
years, the last sad rites were said
over the mortal remains of the late
Mrs. George Hansen, who died aft or
a few days illness of heart failure.
The funeral oration was delivered hy
the Rev. McCartney of the Christian
church of Tecumseh, and who former
ly was pa.stor of the church at Green
wood. Mrs. Hansen's name which
was formerly Miss Margaret Johnson,
was born In Denmark on October 7,
1842, and came to America when
twenty-five years of age and the fol
lowing vear was uuited in marriage
o George Hansen, the wedding b-
ing celebrated July 19th, lbb, at
Hartland, Wisconsin. lhe newly
married couple came to .Nebraska
and Fettled on a homestead pome jive
miles from Greenwood in lSi;y,
where thev made their home until
they moved to Greenwood in 1U12,
and have lived there since.
When the project of holding a live
stork show in ('ass countv was first
'suggested it was thought that the
I initial year would be one in which
there would not bo a great deal ot
interest taken and that the exhibition
of stock would be small. The Weep
ing Water citizens who had the show
located in their city, got behind the
suggested proposition and the close
of the show this week has demon
strated that it was a success in ev
ery wav and fur exceeded the expec
tations of even the most enthusiastic
The event will hereafter be an an
nual affair as the meeting of the
backers of the stock show on Thurs
day resulted in the formation of the
Cass County Agricultural society and
who will have the holding of the
show as a part of their duties. The
election of officers of the society re
sulted in th following being se
lected: Ray Pollard, president. Ne
hawka; I.uke L. Wiles, vice president.
Plattsmouth; O. V. Hoone. secretary-
treasurer. Weeping Water. Hoard of
Directors, Henry Bricker. Green
wood; Carl Day. Weeping Water; W.
B. Banning. Union, and Charles K.
The Cass County Pure Bred Live
stock association also held their elec
tion on Thursday and the following
were selected: Fred ( arston. pres
ident. Avoca: George Stone, vice
president. Nehawka: Ray Pollard,
secretary, Nehawlca; Searl Davis,
The classification list of entries at
the show was as follows:
Carl D.iy Weeping Water
Harry Bricker Greenwood
George Hansen Murdock
I,eo Rikle Murdock
Otto Scha fer Nehawka
Ed Iorenson Weeping Water
Chris Elgaard Weeping Water
Howard Boyle Weeping Water
Henry Thlele Nehawka
Clarence llarmer Weeping Water
Hans Xielson Weeping Water
John Kaffenberger Plattsmouth
Otto Schafer Nehawka
Paul Wolph Nehawka
Luke Wiles , Plattsmouth
Spotted Poland China.
Bruce Stone Nehawka
Louis Hennir.gs Cedar Creek
Carl Day , Weeping Water
Searl Davis : Murray
H. P. Christensen Weeping Water
Olar" ikc Erhart Wabash
Pre'1 Carsten Avoca
Carl Sihroeder Avoca
George Meyers Avoca
David Tighe Weeping Water
Cha . Meyer Weeping Wate
Mariu Nelson Weeping Water
J. R. C. Gregory Cedar Creek
Searl Davis -Murray
Otto Shaffer Nehawka
Philip Schafer Nehawka
!Chi!- Elgaard Weeping Watei
'Sheldon and Giles Nehawka
I John Kaffenberger Plattrmouth
'John Roberts Murrav
Wm. Kitzel Alvc
J John Roberts Murrav
t Harry Bricker Greenwood
:Nels Peterson : Weeping Watei
Eugene Fitch Nehawka
iWillard & Harold Timblin Alvc
Cecil Jacobson Eagle
Wolph Bros Nehawk
Wade Porter Weeping - Water
Eli Smith Union
Merritt Pollard Nehawka
Pig Club Nehawka
: Harry Knabe Nehawka
Ronald Schlichtemier Nehawka
; B. Wolph Nehawka
R. C. Pollard Nehawka
Edw. Dowler Weeping Water
Geo. Stoll Weeping Water
Joe Lidgett Union
Ed. Murphy Weepink Water
Mrs. Hansen was taken ill but a
few days before her death with heart
failure. She was one of the kindest
of women and made many friends,
which she retained throughout her
life time. She leaves to mourn her
departure, her husband, George Han
sen, well advanced in ye;irs, who
lives in Greenwood, and eight of ten
children which blessed their union,
two having died in infancy. Those
who remai to mourn her departure
and cherish her memory are Thomas
Hansen of Fullerton; Mrs. Arthur An
derson of south of Greenwood; Henry
Hansen and Mrs. Alfred Anderson
of Greenwood: Mrs. Julius Schukle
of Wilrnoii'. Wis.; John Hansen of
Woodstock, 111., and Alfred Hansen
and Miss Emma Hansen of Greenwood.
W. R. C. CONVENTION
The district convention of the Wo
men's Relit f Corp;; will meet in our
city Wednesday. October "Gf.h
The meeting l.e held in the
lodge room of the Elks Home. The
local corjih are busy making arrange
ments for a successful meeting.
The districts consists of fourteen
corps. Representatives arc expected
from Fremont, Blair, Lyons. Hooper,
North Bend, South Sioux City, 11
cater. Takamah. and Walt hill.
Di:i?;er will be served by the Meth
odist ladies. Under the leadership
i f Mrs. E. H. Wescott, a splendid pro
gram has been arranged. o2 :td.
WILL BE HARD TO GET
ORDER NOW A
King & Hamilton Grain Bump
or an OTTAWA SHELLER. If you wait till you need
them you will not be able to secure ihem. I also have
a few first quality Farm Wagons left at $185.00.
For Sale; fi-room house and 2 lots
on North Olh Street. Electric light.-,
bath, city water and gas in house.
Priced at a bargain,
tf d-w. II. J. HOUGH.
Fine stationery, Journal office.
William Puis and wife and W. H.
Puis and wife of Murray, motored
up this afternoon to attend the fun
eral of August Nolting at the St.
1 'a ill's church this afternoon.
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