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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1921)
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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1S21.
HENRY HIRZ I
LAID TO LAST
PLATTSMOUTH MAN KILLED DUR
' ING WORLD WAP. CONSIGN
ED TO THE TOME
Frora Mondays Latly. curred at 2 p. ra. Thursdav and the
Yesterday afternoon the funeral funer;il servjCes were hMd'cn Satur
fervice3 of the second of the Platts- dav frorn the jale home and iuter
inouth men to be returned from Eient naj there,
overseas w here they were killed in "
battle, was held at the city park,
and the services attended by a very
large number of the friends of the
young man as well as citizens in
general who took advantage of the
occasion to pay tribute to the hero
The bodv of Mr. Ilirz arrived'
here Friday afternoon over the Mis-
souri Pacific and was escorted to the
lodge room of the Elks lodge of
which he had been a member dur
ing his residence here and during
the laying in s.ate a large number
cf the residents of the city and
countj calied to pay their tributes
cf respect. The Elks had arranged a
very beautiful petting for the cas
ket and one that carried a very im
pres.ive thought with its les.on of
true Americanism and honor to the
dead who had perished that their
country might live and enjoy the
fruits of victory.
The funeral party was formed at
the Elks club shortly before 2 o'-
Auxiliary of the Legion in the
march to the park to attend the ser
vices. Through the shortness of time it
was ncessary to use the auto-hearse
for the conveyance of the bodv. it
being impossible to get the caisson
frcm the military post at Omaha,
and this fact tended to interfere
somewhat with the plans in regard
to the march of the Legion both to
the park and the cemetery, as the
hand and the armed guard and es
cort were stationed at the rear of
i. n ti-t'i j ,v t
.emu x 1 1 1 a , luuiuini uri ui iuc- j-r-
gion post, and Guy uavis were in
charge of the escort and the march
ing column headed by the Elks band
under the direction of E. H. &;hul
hoff, and followed by the color
guard composed of Carl Wohlfarth
tand Henry Lutz. color bearers and
Joe Smetana and Marion Duxbury.
The firing squad composed of Ray
Powell. Kenneth McCarthy, Ed Fuller-ton.
Robert and Tom Walling.
Cassius Carey, Howard Ralya and
Raymond Larson followed and pre-
ceeded the pall bearers: Ed Fricke.
Miller. Max Vallery and Carl F.
The flag draped hear?e awaited
the arrival of the armed escort at
the park and while the notes of the
"Dead March in Saul" was sounded
by the Elks band the casket draped
in the flag ot the country of which
the deceased soldier hnd so loved,
was borne to the hand stand in the
center of the park wfiere the ser
vice were held.
The services were simple and very
impressive in every way and a fit
ting tribute to the memory cf the
brae young man who had come
home to rest until the end of time
in the rrenes of his lifetime.-
Rev. H. Kottich. pastor of the St
Paul's Evangelical church offered !
.Jult lV u u.tIie last "ays or the month will havet!.e s.urtv of the American histcrv
rs-?ort of the American Leeion whicb ..n.. i i .t,., ,.i i . - .. . . ,
' i. i : i i . v. tri.. i,i i i
. , . Crr , 0. t, . i uuusuai:. iai6c uumun u t utr ui 1 1 -j year in? cnapier win taKe up
had been formed a, the court hou.e : Foldier? in cttcnUance. it is estimated 1 Amerieaa histrrv studv and at the
and joined by members of the Ladies bv thnp f,, miliar with the situation. - v,, inr,
the praver. The P. M. quartet com- yesterday morning W1 o'clock at " ' rTJ.
posed of Rev. H. G. MeCluskv. Rev. the Pleasant Hill cemetery, in Oma- Sphering on last Saturday after
aTv. Hunter. Frank A. Cloi'dt and ha, by Rahbi Cohn of the Temple noon when a number of the little
Don C. York sang ax the ssrvice at I Israel of thaf city. The body was friends of Master Thomas Swoboda
the park, "Jems Savior. Pilot Me." j taken bv auto from the home in were invited in to spend a.few hours
ti. . ,i,ti...i i r.. r.o-,iri .- momVorc i assisting the young man in the od-
t.'.hi. t.. o ., iLr r.,ri;i,- o t. ,t v n noil lioarors
which be paid tribute to the de- consisting of M. S. Rriggs. R. W.
parted soldier, father, brother and ' Knorr. Frank Finger, Herman Wain -
friend and as well as giving honoritroub. Frank Foreman and W. I.
to his memory spoke words of com
fort for the sorrowing family. The
audience numbering several hun
dred was most impressed by the
earnest and forceful address of the
At the conclusion of the "service
the line of march was1 resumed to
Oak Hill cemetery where the final
rervices were held, the military fea
tures being carried out by the Le
gicn members. At the grave Attor
ney W. G. Kieck spoke briefly in
the funeral oration of the service
of Mr. Hirz to bis country from the
day that he voluntarily entered the
army until the day in October 191S
when his life was wiped out in tak
iag a machine' gun nest on hill 204
in the Argonne offensive.
Rev. Kottich offered the prayer
and the committal service of the
church and as the casket was low
ered to the grave the flag that had
draped it since the day that it sailed
from France, was tenderly placed In
the hands of the family to be cher
ished fcy them in the years to come.
The quartet sang at the grave "Rock
Over the grave the firing squad
fired the last salute to the dead and
the notes of "Taps" sounded by E.
J. MacAvoy, marked the close of the
services that laid to rest one of the
heros of Cass county.
Owing to the short time between
the arrival cf the body and the fun
eral there were many from the coun
try districts who were unable to be
In attendance. The noral
were numerous anil very beautiful
and represented largo number of
, the old time friends as well as the
' societies to which the deceased had
RECEIVES SAD NEWS
Mrs. H. L. Oldham," of Murray, re
'ceied a message Friday announcing
:the death at her home in Pennsyl
vania of JMrs. Alex Storey, w ife of a
brother of Mrs. Oldham. The death
j occurred at Westfield. Pennsylvania.
where the Storey family nave resided
for come v:iri nivt Tl- rlt.-th
WILL ATTEND MEET
ING OF OLD SOLDIERS
, . .
Quite a Delegation from Tins Local
ity "will be at Indianapolis to
Attend the Encampment
Tl'e raiiil" tliinninir rarik- of
I. .V. K. l.as n-t il rniiiNl'r.l th'.'ir
ilor fir tlf v-il !l uutlirriniis nf
furniiT o.iys ai:l a! i l-on tlii- yf-.r
the iimn'mr in attt'!n'a:;t- at t!i- Na
tional Kni-sinirm 1st may -f W"-s than
lat. it is fitain thai th- .ann- spirit
tif iii.I f el ' wsl, i ii will :r'vai! ai!in;i;:
tlit- fi-r.'t-aiie;: of tlie 'iti-s. It fm
tiritt'K tiir- saiui- liisrli i.Nais fiat t!i-m-rkan
I.sin will "iarrv on" -v"
:;!'tt-r l!if last Civil war . t. ran h.-.s
answered 1 1 1 e- final urinions.
The national encampment of the
Grand Army of the Republic, which
is to be held at Indianapolis, Indiana
Quite a number from Cass county
are expected to be in attendance at
the meetings and to enjoy the oppor
tunity of meeting the old veterans of
the great civil conf.ict. Among those
who are going from this city are Hon.
R. B. Windham. Asbury Jacks, Mr.
and Mrs. T. W. Glenn as wll as Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Kirkpatrick of Xe
hawka, end before the time for de
parture it is expected there will be f
even a larger number reacy to go.
The encampment had originally
'been set for one cf the New England
(states, but owing to try? inability to
seeure ppecfal rate tc" the east If
was decided to have it held at the
Indiana capital city, w here it was j
held last year. The encampments of
the last few years have had larger
! attendance than the ones of earlier
years, although the actual member
ship of the Grani Army has been
greatly depleted and the interest in
the meetings has been most intent on
the part of the old veterans and their
Mr. Windham, of this city, has'
Ibcen in attendance at a very large'
1 i . 1.
ago at Columbus, Ohio, the atten
dance was the largest and the inter
est more keen than at any be has
60LDING AT REST
Services Held at the Pleasant Hill
Cemetery in Omaha, Conduct- "
ed'by IU.Lfci Conn.
From Monday's raMv.
The funeral services
of the late!
Mrs. Dorothea Holding were neia
There "were no services held at the
home here, and the funeral cortege
I -" - " I llicri ill ia- I ill"V
was joined at 16th and Leavenworth , The centerpiece was formed by the
streets in Omaha bv other members j large birthday cake with its glowing
of the family who had come for the ivh'cn represented the years
funeral and the party then proceed- ot life of the guest of honor. Those
ed direct to the cemeterv where the' enjoy the occasion were Teresa
open air service was held. The ser- ; Inat. - Rose Janda Alice booster,
vices were in both English and He-'ElUh, Ceci e and Josephine Janda
brew and at their conclusion the ient and Matthew Janda. Robert
body was consigned to rest beside , Hadraba. George Swatek and Raph-
that of the husband w ho had preced-.&el Jan1
ed her in death some seventeen years
ago. . JIISS JANE HEROID WINS PRIZE.
The death of Mrs. Golding removes i
one of the oldest residents of the j Flom MondaV Daily,
city and whose passing has brought ! Little Jane Herold daughter of
a keen regret from the older resi- j Mr and iIrs P(lter Herold. in corn
dents of the community who were , ptition with two hundred dther
acquainted with her during her life- batie3 of ,the Mate of Nebraa
llme- , Jka. at the state fair, won the second
VISITS HERE SUNDAY
From Monday's Dally.
Yesterday Morris Palmer, sen of
the late George Palmer of Omaha,
and grandsoi of Captain H. E. Pal -
mor nna rvf ilia i -i t- 1 vnt- ilnnir fi f
thii tUv ar.,1 later o Tirnminon t ,ci
t . mt.
lue man oi oraaaa. ine younger
Mr. Palmer is preparing to return
to Harvard to resume his studiss,
mers during their residence here.
uu spent a icw nours yesieruay came iruiu an uiei tue smie wi --nb-77 V 4 i Pi,( Hoi nr ni
.1 . f . m . . r . 11 . . ' . . irT-lr IIHl 111' .111. 11- 1 ,1 11 (I 1-1 1? A. a-LAVXI. " V- v.
ng the session of the young braska. i ?ua. lo J: Jor ao ue ttL v. u
vivu ' Rocoviiie. ca ncrnia. wecinesaav or .ir. ocaauz., wuu ua "u
cua i-'uio v.m ui iue .ueiuouisi. i . .. - - ... - . ... j ; v
j i . - Thnrwi.-iv wniie me w:te win remain, womeu uuiiuk uci
aiiu aisu as a- Kuesi at tae Dkv i n-l,-1 onnt,mt ttt- t ' r . - . . .. ,
one of the Wescott family, cldL, VV yiic here for a longer visit. ; puai.
a and neighbor of th p.-ii-itnem iiu you can i lcsi, at tne jout-i
0. A. R. ENJOYS FINE
PARTY AT RECTORY
, Ladies are the Guests of Mrs. W. S.
L;cte, Regent of Lccal Chap
ter at St. Luke's Rectory
Prom Tuesday's Ia!ly.
Several days ago the members of
1 Fontenelle chapter, Daughters of
the American Revolution were sent
invitation announcing that a "child
ren's" party would he held at the
Sc.Luke'ii rtctory on Monday ever.
. ing. September ISth and that all
j the colonial children were invited to
be pre-ent and assist the regent of
! the local chapter in observing the
j evert. Last evening the ladies re
' pponded to the invitations and the
guests arrived at the rector
s 'of ions'
n the childish cofrtume
ago and representing a large nun
ber cf the various famous char
ters in American history.
The eue-ts were received at the:
door by Mit-s Elizabeth Waddicl;
w ho appeared as a demure Puritan
ruaiuen of ?Ccw England and was,
mcvt charming in the part and in'perved a strange lack of patriotic
the parlors of the home the guett-i , spirit in the spiators lining the and was present when the death oc
werc received by Mrs. V. S. Leeie sidewalks in eirins: nroner resnect curred. The heartbroken father will
and Madam Leete.
The delicious repast was served
by Misses Heln Wescott. Eliza
beth Waddick and Ursular Herald in
a n:o-.t charming manner.
A shcrt business session was en
joyed -t the -rlcse of the dinner
party r.rd at which the ladies dis
cussed their plans for the year in
regard t. the securing funds for the
memorial tablet for Cass county, and
plcrations an ddiscoveries was the
fuI ject which was in charge of Mrs.
11. R. Cole r;s leader. Mrs. Y". S.
Ledte gave the review of the? sum
mer issue of the D. A. R. maga
RETURNS FROM WEST
From Monday's Datlv.
A. G. Reman has just returned
hem? freni a very pleasant outing
on the Pacific coast where he vis-
neu a numoer oi ne larger ci u
hi? trcrther. Ole Roman at one ori
... ... ii
tne Ftnaii towns near seame as en - '" which about c-e-third o' whose service in the cause of tem
as with a number of the old time i " J al n,cfl aoou c..e-tnira -i rovers th Dan thirtv-Sve
Plattsmouth people who are now lo- the men in the audience uncover. ?ce cmers th past ttlirti n'e
cated there. At Eugene Mr. Reman about two-thirds would stand up ars. unusuallv
vi itH with CharlM Hissmnn and anrt th remainder lie at case on the 1 ae at.enaance was unusuany
jMted witii t hanes Hasman ana . h d f u0 large and the members enjoyed very
family, and Chris (.'hristcnsen and y c n th e e J.e of u Q tunUy of meetipg
city and while there he also met
.Mrs. jor.n awanson w no nas w'jaieu
near that place. At Portland the
family of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Soiith. wer-- the hosts of Mr. Ro
man and from there he departed for
Washingtc-n to visit his 1
i , . ' i i i . . .1,1: I. . r . . 1 i
ner.iui and j;au ii musi utiisuuui
stay at his home and looking over
the situation in that country. While
in Seattle Mr. Roman spent a week
with some acquaintances and also
at Tacoma where he was entertain-
ed by John Sharp and family, Earn-jCrs
est Plosrr and wife. George Bates
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Cook and family. He reports crop
conditions excellent there but the
1 working conditions are very peer
more so than in this
PLEASANT BIRTHDAY PARTY,
lne nome or r.ir. ana -Mrs. 10m
iservance oi his tenth
j niversary. 1 he afternoon was spent
ln sanies and music and at a suitable
jhour the little folks were invited to
tine uiumg ruom nere uainij ic-
j freshments were served that added to
ine i'i-a.-,ui- i
prize, wuu a score oi j.3 points.
There was but one in the two hun
dred who had a higher marking than
(little Jane. Not alone is our Platts-
mcuth babe a handsome child, but
'her genial disposition and winning
(ways make friends of all who come
. ?n ftTi t n r t witll ll PT
The fnnrf narents and the eitv nf
T" 4 W ,a11 .1
, r.au.iuuiu uC pn.uu cu
; winning such recognition, especially
' when competitors
fnr tho hnnirs
! nal Office
DRIVE FOR FUNDS ON
I The Salvation Army is to start
their annual driva for funds for the
extenson cf the home servce uepart
: ments and the quoto for Cuss coun-
I v Ins hum tive7 .'it 1h f.-:im r.f S1 -
00 0 which is a very reasonable
j amount for the entire county in the!
j good work of tire Army.
! of the advisory beard cf
i i 1 11.4 T--. T . r.
j lias ueeu vaneu tji i uc;i) 1 in -
?oon at 2 o'clock at the clbce or J.J
f. jauer ana at w.-uca uaie uie
matter of the mins of raising the
be tiken up and dis-
RESFECT TO FLAG
?rr TR t
L.Li?0 I U lilm LiUillst J
. , 0 . -r-, .
Danag Passing of Colors m Funeral
Sunday ALmct Half cf the
People Tail to Uncover -
From Tuesday's liaily
Lile t.ha fnneral cortage
Henry Hirz wa passing
rvie streets Sundav there
to their count rv-s nag.
Anvwhere in the world,. France,
England. Germany cr almost any of
the cour..tri?s cf the globe have in -
stilled into the people the' idea of
showing publicjlly their respect and
love for their flag, but in this- lo-
cality at least this seems to have
been sadly overlooked.
When the United States flag is
f-ons standing by to watch the pass-J
ing procession are supposed to un-",
cover if not in the uniform of the i
I'nited States army or navy and
thof.e cases to give the hand salute
ii not armea.
Sunday it was observed that al
most half of the mal?s on the street
f.iilfirf .tr rornnve their hnf when the
flnir iv.-, n.i"tr.ir for thev
were concerned annarentlv it mislt
have been some advertising banner
instead of the flag for which thous
ands cf men have gave up their lives
in the past to preserve the country
for persons who apparently do not
know or care for the respect cf the
flag or American institutions.
- rT"-p y-"
r ir f 2t'i V ' 5rviTi'toti Ponnnr'-'
- " ''f
nt thA Hnml onneerts this spmmpr
that the war was over and patriot-
!,tt, Ka o
. - ------ - - - - ------ ---- ----
aanger oi navmg to get into tue
armed service if the country was
;"!S-WS CLAIMS IN WYOMING
ARE WELL WORTH HAVING
From Tuesday's Oallv.
Harvev J. Heneger. of this cily.
who was one of the fortunate draw-!
of land at the recent Torrington.J
i Wvoming. land lotterv. returned;
home this morning and feels well
I pleased over, the result of the good
juck that came to him. Mr. Heneger
nas a weu located 160 acre tract.
sixten miles from the town of Tor
rington. and adjoining one of the
new townsites along the surveyed ex
tension of the Union Pacific line,
which will be opened up by the form
er service men settling in that lo
cality. Each claim will be occupied at
once and already a number have
commenced building homes on their
land and getting ready to start things
booming in the farming line.
Mr. Heneger has eighty-two acres ;
under irrigation ana win rturn 10 j
Wyoming near the first of the year
to arrange to remain there and pro
vide a home on the farm as well as
till the soil.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to take this means of
expressing our heartfelt appreciation
of the many marks of kindness
shown to us in our bereavement and
the honor paid to our beloved dead
at this time. Especially do we wish
to thank the American Legiom, the
Elks, the American Legion Auxil
iary and the ladies auxiliary of the
St Paul's church, for taking part in
the funeral and for the beautiful!
flowers. Also do we wish to thank
all of the kind friends who were so
erenercus with their flowers. Helen
and Dorothy Hirz; Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Schutz; Mr. and Mrs. Fred
RETURNS FR03I HOSPITAL
Mrs. A. A. Alexander, who has
been spending a few weeks at the
hospital in Omaha taking treatment
a3 the result of a severe nervous
breakdown, has improved so much
j that Mr. Alexander was able to bring
. her back home bunday evening ana
; 1 1 fr .i T1IV LI1K 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - III II fl L-li
-- -- --- v,'
,' "rf,i 7' " l"Z
until restored to her,
n ill inaaiu
Journal want ads pay. Try them.
'" f m i I . . 11. A i j nti.r.m Tho return tf
I DEATH COMES SEC- '
OND TIME TO HOME
Youngest Child of Mr. and Iilrs. Jo-
seph McLeod Dies at Hospital
) ia Chicago This Morning
, prrim Tuesday's
For the Eeconfl Ume
in a little
over a month the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph McLeod ha? been made
desolate by de,ath. the youngest of
, their children. Catherine, five years
j of age, having been called by the
This mcrning the death of the lit
tle one occurred at the hospital in
-hieas. where she had been for
eral weeks past recovering fron
past recovering irom an
attack of diphtheria, from which an-
other sister died a short time ago.
. Ti,e condition of little catheri
j was made more serious by an attack
of heart trouble, which rendered her
! very weak and it was impossible for
her to leave the hospital. The father
had returned home to Plattsmouth a
few days ago as the little one seem-
ed better but the mother remained to
assist in the care of the little one
leave mis aiiernoon ior unicago 10
attend the funeral services w-hich will
be held there.
! The sympathy of the community
will go out to the parents and'to the
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Hai twick, in the loss that is theirs.
W. C. T. U, MEETS
WITH MRS. WESCOTT
Plattsnicuth Union enjoys Hospital-
ity cf E. H. Wescott Home
At Social Meeting
From Tuesdays Daily.
1 Vesterday afternoon "Sunnyside."
the pleasant Wescott home on high
school bill, was the scene of a most
pleasaift gathering when the Wo
man's Christian Temperance Union
met to spend tlie afternoon hours
with Mrs. E II. Weecctt, who had
i invited tlie niee.tingab.at all members
, migw enjoy a vlsit witll Mra. C. E
t Wescott of l,os Angeles, one of the
' m.murq f f tbp un;0n and
olcl memoers ci me loai umon aju
: their former associate in the
; cause. The business session was en-
h .f1k aili nn)mm nf
cushion of the .temperance work and
! Mrs. wimam uaira ais-o auaea a
very pleasant recitation to ths oc-
At a suitable hour dainty refresh
ments were served that brought a
heightened pleasure to the members
of the party. There were some thirty
five guests in attendance at the
A FINE BOY
' From Tuesday's rally.
Roy A. Mayfield, the barber, is
feeling very foxy the last few days
as the result of the arrival at his
home of a fine bouncing boy that
tipped the scales at twelve and a
half pounds and the 3-oung man as
well as the mother are doing nicely.
This is the Prst boy in the family
and the occasion has brought a
great deal of happiness to the par
' ents and the host of friends thru
out the city will join in wishing
the young man a long and very suc
I eessful life.
PIONEER MINISTER DIES
From Monday's Dany.
The Rev. John Gallagher, aged
seventy-five years died yesterday at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. Rob
ert Smith in Omaha. Rev Gallagher
was one of the pioneer Methodist
ministers of the state and was in
the early 70's the pastor in charge
of the church at Weeping Water and
later at Plattsmouth, he being lo
cated here in the years 1SS0-S1. He
has been retired from active work
In the ministry for the past eight
VISITS AT LINCOLN
Mrs. Claus Speck and sister, Mrs
Claude Sharp of Los Angeles, were
V isi lore ha. J-i ileum iue i-o-iei paii ui
ri -i . v. i t
the Dast week, being guests of
friends there and while in the capi
tal city were entertained at dinner
by Mayor and Mrs. Frank Zehrung
end alsd by Mesdames W. E. Wil
cox and Clay Sharp. They returned
via Union and were entertained
! there by friends between trains.
From Tuesday's Dally.
Last evening Mrs. George Schanz,
Sr., returned home from Omaha
where she has been for sometime
,ct ot,H la rnvL- fliT,? verv mnrh
T" ,win; her severe oner-
improved following her severe oper
the wife has
! Blank Books at the Journal Office
MALVERN WINS GAME
j From .Monday's Daily.
j The Eagles ye:ter'.'ay afternoon
journeyed cvsr to Malvern, Iov a.
where they played the fa.t base ball
' aggregation of that city and as a
result of the game, the Iowa team
won by the score of 8 to 5 in a hard
fought battle. Connors and Grado
ville were the battery for the locals,
whfle McCord and Pete Lyck of Oma
ha did the work for the Iowa team.
The locals made a great impression
on the Iowa fans and plajed good
ball throughout the game.
LEAVES HIS CHARGE
Able Gentleman Who Has Been in
Charge cf U. B. Church Called
To Laurel Field of Work
The many friends throughout this
portion cf Cass county will regret
to learn that Rev. E. H. Pontius
has been assigned to a field of work
that will take him from the chnrch
here and while the change is . in a
way a most worthy recognition of
hi3 splendid services, It cannot but
bring regret to the host of warm
The Nebraska conference of the
United Brethern church closed its
sessions on Sunday morning at Lin
coln where they have been in ses
sion for the last several days at the
Caldwell Memorial church.
The conference named Rev. E. H.
Pontius as pastor of the church at
Geneva, a fine charge and also made
him the leader of the district tri
butary to that city and which of
course makes it necessary for his re
moval to the new charge after a
residence of a number of years in
Rev. W. L. Crom was assigned to
the church at Mynard for the com
ing year. Among other assignments
made is that of Rev. T. K. Surface,
formerly of the church here, to the
RECOVERING FROM OPERATION
From Tuesday s Dally.
Mrs. W. F. Huneke cf this citj
was operated cn yesterday at, the
Immanuel hospital in Omaha and at
the latest reports was doing as well
as could possibly be expected at this
time. Mrs. Huneke was taken to
Omaha Sunday and the operation
performed as soon as possible to
give her relief frcm her illness cf
SUFFERS FROM PLEURISY
From Tuesday? "Daily.
Mrs. Ed Button was taken quite
ill at her home on Vine street today
by an attack of pleurisy and so ser
ious did the attack become that it
was necessary, to summon a physic
ian. The patient. is now reported as
retting somewhat more easily today,
STILL SHOWS IMPROVEMENT
Mrs. W. A. Swatek. who was oper
ated on a few days ago at the hos
pital in Omaha is showing a pleas
ing gain in s-trength and her condi
tion is reported as most favorable
In every way and it is hoped that
in a week or ten days she may be
able to return home to this city.
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Add Your Strength
We believe everyone living in Platts
mouth and vicinity is interested in the growth
and prosperity of our community.
Working together we can accomplish far
more than as individuals working alone.-
Add your strength to ours in greater
thrift and closer co-operation that we may
all work more effectively in furthering the
best interests of our community and our own.
THE First NATIONAL Bank
THE E3ANK WHEP?E5 YOU PEEL AT HOME
PIATTSMOUTH JK NEBRASKA.
YOUNG PEOPLE ARE
Miss EJna Peterson and Mr. John
Schultz are United in Wed
lock todav in Onaha
Frn Wednesday s Dally.
This morning stealing a march on
their friends in this city. Miss Edna
Peterson and Mr. John Schuliz, mo
i tored 'j Omaha in company with the
' -other of t!4e bride. Mr. Charles
Peterson, anl were united in mar
riagi in that city.
The marriage had been looked
forward to for some time by the
friends of the estimable young peo
j pie but the exact date has been
I kept a pecret from even the closest
friends until this morning when the
plans were revealed for a surprise
wedding. They were married at 10
c'clock at the St. Barnabas Episco
pal church by Father Lloyd Molds
apple. The bride is one of the best known
and popular young ladies in the city
and has for a number of years been
quite active in the musical circle
cf the city, being an exceptionally
gifted vocalist and also a very effic
ient worker in the St. Luke's church.
The groom is one cf the well known
and popular employees of the Bur
lington in the shops in this city and
a young man of the very highest
standing in the community.
Mr. and Mrs. SchuUz will enjoy
a week's honeymoon in the west at
the home of relatives.
ST, MARY'S GUILD
Mrs. Claus Speck Hostess to Episco
pal Church Ladies Yesterdaj'
Afternoon at Home
From Wednesday' Dawr.
The ladies cf the St. Mary's Guild
of the St. Luke's church were very
pleasantly entertained yesterday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. Claus
Speck on Locust street and the oc
casion proved one of the greatest of
pleasure to the large number in at
tendance. Mrs. Speck was assisted in
receiving and in serving by her sis
ter, Mrs. Sharpe of Los Angeles and
Mrs. Percy Field.
In the parlors and dining room
asters were used in the decorative
scheme and made a very attractive
addition to the cozy home. The af
ternoon was spent in the plying of
the busy needle and the social con
versation with which the ladles en
joyed some time. During the course
of. the afternoon a dainty delicious
jitwo-eourse luncheon was served that
j added to the enjoyment of the very
MOTORS TO MISSOURI .
From Wednesday's Dally.
Yesterday afternoon a party com
posed of Mr. and Mrs. John Hirz,
Louis Baumgart, Marie Prohaska.
Mary Hobscheidt and Anna Egen
terger departed via the auto route
for Kirksville, Missouri, where they
will visit with MUs Lena Hirz who
J is taking a course in nursing at the
A. S. O. hospital in that place. Mr.
Baumgart was the driver of the car
and the members of the party are
anticipating a fine time in the trip
and a most delightful visit with
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