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THURSDAY, JTJXE 8, 1922.
PLATTSMOTJTH SEMI -WEEKLY JOTJ3NAL
N ehawka Department!
Prepared ia tiie Interests of the People of Nehawka and Surrounding Vicinity Especially
for the Journal Readers.
Albert Wolph, the barber, was a
Tiiitor at Weeping Water for over
Sunday with friends
t nclc Peter Opp was a visitor at!
the home of his daughter at Nebras
ka City for a number of days during
Charles Bates is installing a sewer
and will modernize Lis home with
water bath and make an excellent
home of it.
Henry Wessell and wife were look
ing after some business matters in
Omaha one day this week making the
trip in their car.
Mr. Roy Klaurens has resigned
I: is position with the Sheldon Manu
fe '.uring company and will enter
o.t t employment.
IJlair Dale and Morri3 Pollard
v.-ere pair ting at the home of H. M.
1'ollard during the past week and are
leaking the place look fine.
Charles Hall of the Nehawka
Milling company was a visitor at
Wy. ir.ing and Union on business con
i; ted with the firm last week.
Y'arren Munn who is building a
house on wheels for use in threshing
time rays he has got the lid on now
and is getting along nicely with the
Her.ry Feltes anl Edward Wood
here been embellishing the exterior
or the pool hall for Nels Anderson
and arc making the place look much
There has been received and ship
ped much corn by the elevators of
: !-.:. v. l:a during the rast week. Jer
ome Print John was shelling last
Mr. and Mrs. I-. 11. Benson of Oak
land have been visiting for some
days past at the home of the par
ents of Mrs. Benson, S. J. Rough
Mrs. J. W. Gamble of Cniaha and J
h.re moihr-r, Jacob Forsythe of Ora- j
aha, also were visiting for a num-
br of d::ys at the home of . Mr. and !
Mrs. H. L. Thomas.
H. H. Stoll was out fishing last I
Saturdav r.ud brought home 11 bull j
Leads which weighed 20 pounds and , needing a tire that you are getting
ftt. Monday evening he and A. F. ; Letter service than you would if you
Sturm went out for another load, i were to send for them, for there are
Villas P. Sheldon sold three very i no charges oii them, they are guar
fine Hampshire gilts which are soon i anteed and all you have to do is to
to farrow to Lee Niekles of near drive around and they will be put
Murray, who is an excellent judge of ; on your car, for the Lundberg ga
hcis and was well pleased with the ! r.go is long on service.
f'j; r 1
:icu3c Drosses and fiprssis!
This week we are offering our stock of Mina
Taylor House Dresses arc Aprons at bargain prices.
Every piece is absolutely good and a real bargain.
These special prices good only as long as the stock
lasts. Come in and look them over before your size
There are some real bargains in children's dresses
and play suits this week.
Chalmer Switzer has moved into
the Rose house and Delbert is fixing
up the one which he purchased from
Chalmer. Delbert will move into this
house when he shall have gotten it
Mrs. T. E. Betts of Chappell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Lund
berg, has been visiting here for the
past week. Mr. Betts came along for
a short stay only as he had to return
to his work.
Floyd Ammer of York, a drafts
man, has accepted a position with
the Sheldon Manufacturing company
and has been working for a number
of days. He says he is liking Nehaw
ka very well.
Ollie Allis. who has been at his
home in Wabash during the past
three weeks on account of the ill
ness of the family returned to his
work at the Lundberg garage last
The Olaf Lundberg garage dispos
ed of two cars during the week, one
bnng purchased by Frank Lemon for
which he and Verner Lundberg went
to Omaha last Monday for. Mr. Lund
berg getting a coupe.
Miss Hope Connelly who taught
during the last year at the Beatrice
schools and who has been visiting at
home for some time past, departed
last Monday for Lincoln where she
is attending summer school.
Messrs. Frank Lemon, H. L. Thom
as and G rover Ilohack were in at
tendance at the double header game
which was played in Omaha last Sun
day between the Omaha team and
S'nux City and ssw a most excellent
MNs Belle Bouck was a visitor at
her home at 'Palrayra last Sunday
and on returning home came via Ne
braska City to look after some busi-
ness. Miss Bouck reported that it
rained very hard at Palmyra and
also at Eimwood while the eastern
rortion of the county did not receive
See the tire ad of Olaf Lundberg
and consider if you are
There is a rumor that traffic will
Son Ami Vapcr Stove!
Safe! Sure! Economical!
Burns 400 gallon air to
one gallon cemmon kero
sene. Tha Kercgss Steve!
THAN TEE KAIL OHEEE, HOUSES
Yes. we are furnishing re
liable tires at lower prices
than the mail order houses
are putting out inferior
goods for. This good only
for a limited time, so you
had better get what you
want while they are going.
See the, list of prices below!
United States &. Racine Tires
c: oioi ftr on
. " '7 inVc:
2uZe Ji5Xjy2 AtJ.iO
Size 32x4 18.30
Size 33x4 19.25,
Size 34x4 20.00;
2-cThese tires, are guaranteed but!
the prices cannot be assured for any
great length cf time. Come early,
Nehawka -:- Nebraska
;on I'acitic railway exacts irom
?.i KSii:iri Paiific fnr nullinc a
train over its tracks in Xaha. The
company is now btrengtheuiug its
tracks by stouter bridges for that
Sunday Ice Creara Specials
During the ice cream season we
will have home special flavors in ice
(ream for every Sunday. June 11th
the special will be "Nougat," a very j
delicious crcaticm. f.old and serwtlj
in any quantity at Grifiins Cafe.
Observed Children's I?ay
Last Sunday the people at the
United lirothrcn church observed
Children's day with a very appro
priate program which had been care
fully prepared and an excellent time
Good Gas Engine
Iuttrnatior.al as engine, excellent
condition, 1 3,y h.
See John Oy.
Piciiced ,cn the Eiver
1- r ." t - -,... 1 f. r T . . i - i l- i -1 1 1 tj u upmrt' I
, . .u. !..'., i Jameson of Weeping ater w
. . cr tuu t mon ger cue 3-.0re today to spend a fe-.v hcvrs look
Pacifu- thcus avomjusthe tifteen dol-i a.-lrro:ivl natters oi Lusincs
lar trackage charge winch the La- .
Last Sunday a number of the peo- ; :.lvei-;ise the goods, for' you. Phone
pie of Nehawka and vicinity and ; or t.aI1 at Christ & Christ Fur
other from near Union with a sprink- riture store,
ling from Plattsmouth picniced at '. ;
the mouth of the eeping Water
wnera it jo:ns iuc ii:g .auiijv niu
had an excellent time. From Ne
hawka there- were present Mr. V. A.
Hi.-ks and son John,, and Edward
Woods, while from Plattsmouth Mr.
C. E. Hiti, Sr.. C. E. Ilitt. Jr., and
wife were present. John Hicks re
turned to Plattsmouth with the
crowd from there and came home
on the midnight trin.
Will Have Soci.ible Time
The members of the I.lasons of Ne
hawka and their wives and sweet
hearts will have a sociable meeting j
at the auditorium on Friday evening!
of this week when they will meet j
and have 'some excellent eats and a
n:ot enjoyable ev. ning. .lust what
they will have is something tor p.M
who are i.o attend to b j gu ssing at
before the meeting. However, it will
be something worth while.
Attend the Commencement
A numb?r of tl people about Ne
hawka who have graduated from
Doane college at Crete and those who
have friends and relatives just.grad-
i uatmg were in attendance irom Ae-
hav.ka at the closing exercises of
the Crete schools during the prst ,
iveek. Mr. Jind Xirs. Eugene Nutz
i man and tLeir little son, Charles,
!.,. . . t,t . i
'Mrs. L. R. Benson of Oakland, who
j have been visiting at the home of j
' S. J. Rough were in attendance at the !
""Guernsey Heifer Calf For Sale
I have a Guernsey heifer calf for ! ,.
'sale. Sire sold for $1,000, and moth
! er from bert herd in Wisconsin.
I Price, ?20.00. '
W". P. BATES.
Eall. 'Gone T.zzt Sr.n2?y
There will be a ball game next
Sunday at Nehawka between the Ne-
, hawka team and Milton's Colts. a3
(the team is called northeast of l"n -
ion. and who have been winninsr!
good games and an excellent game
m looked for.
Had r. Good Game Sunday
Last Sunday at Cedar Creek the
Nehawka team played with the team
:of that place and enjoyed one of the
necest contested games of the season!
j thus far. During the first portion of
fine game me team ot AenawKa naci
the best cf it, but later the Cedar)
' r - i a. , j -, -.1
, cr'Tn ceaui maue a ueiier recoru ana r
J pulled out at the end of the eleventh j a jrs,.y milch cow fresh the mid
inning with a score of 5 to 4 for : diQ tv June, broke to lead. Clif-
me isenaviKa team, mere win De a
game between the Union team and ',
the Cedar Creek team on next Sure;'
day and this will be looked for with
interest as the Cedar Creek team has.
iwoa six straight thus far and Un-
! ion has some new blood in the team
jfor the next Sunday game.
j Kill Blacksiiake in Office .!
for the arrival of the stternoon want to bny. dor. $eriook a want
train a four-foot blacksnake created ad in tLe Daily Jcmz&L
, ! cotirtornation at the Missouri Paeif-
J ic station,
when it stuck out its
; tongue at agent ti. l. i nomas and
issid, -Hello there, sport." Herman,
: who is something of a sport, though
' no lover of snakes, for in reality he
is not on speaking terms with the
i reptiles, mounted the table and
shouted while Chester Waldo came
and dispatched the varmint.
A number of boys who were play
ing around the station had a good
deal of fun by taking the reptile oui
and burning it.
Guy Crook of Falls City v.-a 3 here
today to attend the moving of the
board of county coir miss-oners be
ing iiold this week.
Attorney William DA.z Dernier oi
Eimwood came over thi.; afternoon to
spend a. few hours looking after somf
matters of business.
Fred Hose, ox.e of the well known
residents of ner Nehavka was hero
today looking after som.t: matters of
business for a few hours.
Trunk Domingo of Weeping V
:s hero to.
I c r a le v
in,: after some matter.-! of business
t,,i ,-. with frit-mis.
?I;.--s Anna Knoflieer departed this
i:;oming for her home at Hastings.
Nib., af-cr a short vi--it here with
her relatives and friends.
C ;,rc:; W. St:y".tr departed this
J ...orIl;n for Omaha wh;
i raIj(,,i 0 i00fc after so
ere he was
on the stocu niarh.ee t,r cue uay.
Miss Ethel Kepharr of Watson.
Mo., who has been here visiting with
her grandparents, returned this
merging to her home in tr.e Missouri
t i a i- i ei
Aitorncy C. E. Teut and Robert
IV.iter Lee J. mz'ji
J Loi-irvilie Courier, and wito motored
1 ov r yesterday from tht-ir home to
I spend a few hours here with their
iricnus in me cuumj eai..
TLe Black and White Ilclody Bejs
will clay at the social dance at
Weeping Water Friday night. Ccne
and enjoy a real dancing treat.
Mr.,. William Okerb'eom and Mrs.
Ediit .Tones were among those going
? to Omaha today to p?'jud a few hours
thero visiting with friends and look
ing after some matters of business.
.Vi: and I.Irs. Dell Pickett and
children of Kimball. Xeb., and Mrs.
and Mr. Elva I'.arker and daughter
of O.aa-m. Neb., are visiting at the
hoar.- of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Pickett.
Mrs. IV'.rKer is a fcister of Dell and
L. F. Pickett.
BAEGAin DAY AUCTION
WED1TESLAY, JUKE 21
A ".ready the furniture of two
lioutiis listed. Pleisw'Si-e; in early, we
be;, u i
Fvnday, May 2Sth. at the
it'ul Wabash cemetery memor
rvices were observed with an
:;ri?te program of recitations
mil the decoration of the
j of the friends who have pass
ihe. other si. la, strewing beau-
JiUi iiovers as nKtns oi me remem-
! -ranee oi their kindness and friend
ship. Brother V. A: Taylor, pastor
of the H-iptLst ch.urcl:. at Wabasii.
delivered the memorial address and
which was highly appreciated by all
in auc-ndanee. The peccee deviring
I to ei press their appreciation of his
iriTidnes.-; in coming to assist in the
s rvi rs and as n tribute to those
ko't nefore presented Ilev. Taylor
with a substantial purse. Rev. Tay
hr desires through the columns of
this r.p' r to express his thanks and
appreciation fcr the many kind rc
meml rauces which these kind peo
ple h.i.ve shown him on this and
From Wednesday's DUy.
The Service class oi the Chris, ien
I church entertained at the A. L. Con
! nor home yesterday afternoon in r:
most Ciflightful manner, the
; ins h' ing in the nature oi the elars
! !!f eli:)g. A l?rge number were in
aitendanee and after the business of
the evening was transacted, the" re
mainder of the time was spent in
visiting and later Mrs. Conner served
dintv r; frerhments of ice cream and
ke p.nd strawberries. All who were
in attendance report a
e:s tamess' melting
A. F. Daett. national president of
tLe Farmers' Union, and W. C. Land-
in. rt.iiriiml lecturer, willoea!
I the Mogenson hall at Weeping
ter at 1:30 p. m. on Monday, June
i2th. Everybody welcome.
By order of the court the ur.der-l
signed was appointed receiver of the
Ef G. Dovey iz Sr.n store. Parties
owing the above firm are requested.
to settle their accounts immediately.
JOHN F. GORDLR.
for(i Roberts, phone 2913.
T m k Ild Wilite Kelady Eoys
. . . x
11 ;2y CI ue fciat caace ai
Weepinjr Water Friday nig'hi. Come
an,j enjoy a real dancing treat.
If ytra have asyriurg to sell, or
i"l;l of th
Transmission oc; r
Jutes rale of theft insur
ance 15 la 20
mhield arul wind
' . I. -
: ,r.. Ju.'J
This hantiy tool poclei ia
located in lfl frcni door
II i flWb- tu wrn r-s
II B I ''W
Soft, deep uphr.l
stery and wide
opening doors atd
io driving ccrt.jorl
Tonnsan light, ibQA auaaniani
John Woods and Warren Richard
drove to Omaha Tuesday.
hli. S. A. Jackman was a business
visitor in Lincoln Saturday.
Betty Reeso and Monnie Sylvester
pent Sunday with relatives.
ilr. II. P. Dehning is the owner
if a five passenger Mitchell.
Mrs. Earl Wilson's parents were
.Town from Lincoln Saturday.
Thre will be a ball game Sunday
m Hie horn? grounds with Avoca.
:ir. and Mrs. Will Murfin and lit
Lle son auto.'d to Lincoln Friday.
Mr. O. O. Thomas of Lincoln was
hmhiess visitor in town Tuesday.
L;n-.i John on visited Sunday with
ur uncle and cousins, Frank Reese
A'iert Waltz rf Fort Morgan, Col
rado. was calling on neighbors and
Fred, Martha and Lena Weishart
.'.ere Sund;-y guests at the home of
Serf and family.
Mrs. Wooihiser and sons are here
-li-itir.T with her sister and family
J'r-. Homer Sylvester.
P. T. Otte was a business visitor
in Omaha Tuesday morning, return-;d-r
the same evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gerbeling and
daughter Clara, visited at the H. II.
'1 eroding home Sunday.
G rover Otte drove down from Lin--ln
the latter part of the week to
-!t with his brother, P. T. Otte.
m - immiTi'i niWr' rrr r ir rm iimi
Just think of a $700.00 cut pn this tractor from the 1921
price. Only exceptional financial conditions and
our ability to build the HART-PARR "30" in sufficent
quantities to meet the demand which the new price will
create, permit us to make this reduction. ,
We are determined to maintain not only our lead in the
tractor business, but to price the HART-PARR "30" so
low, that every farmer can own one. This new price
gives the world the cheapest farm power ever known.
FjRECIiL) plays an important part in
A. the nianiifaciure of the Special-Six. It
is !s.rsely rcxiasible for the dependable
service that h'S singled cut the Special-Six
i : incriirjoarable value.
5!x hundred and eighty inspectors safeguard
precision in the S fcudebtker factories. They
literally in?L-ect ever3r part that goes into
evei-y cz.r and every operation on every
part. Before C2.rs are passed for delivery
9,500 inspections are made.
In the SpecLI-Six there are 1 , 120 mechanical
operat ions to the accuracy of one-thousandth
cr an inch, 369 to onc-ha'f-thousandth.
As to the car's pencrmance, a brief experi
ence -rill reveal its superiority far more con
vincingly than we could tell it.
Studebaker cars make friends quickly, be
cause they give most for the money. And
they invariably keep these friends, because
of the universal satisfaction they give in fine
performance, economy and service.
Tovtrinf, $1475; 2 -Passenger Roadster,' $J425;
4-Pcsscnser Roadster, SI 475; 4-Passenger Coupe.
$2! 50; Sedan. $2350. All price J. o. L factory.
J. F. WOLFF, GARAGE
Lois Jackman is here staying with
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
S. A. Jackman for a few weeks.
The ball club played Sunday with
a team south of Eimwood. The score
being 7 to 3 in our club's favor.
Rev. and Mrs. Miller and little
daughter, and Miss Miller were Sun
day guests at the Albert Pool home.
Bernice Colbert and Helen Stan
ley began taking music lessons Tues
day of Miss Sanieck who teaches in
Paul, Ophie. Ida and Esther Sala
drove over from Eimwood Saturday
evening to visit with the Gerbeling
Mrs. VanEvery left Saturday
morning to visit her daughter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Jacob
son at Dawson, Neb.
The eighth graders who received
thpir diploma June 1st, are as fol
lows: Alice Gerbeling. Noel Golden,
Ralph Richard and Esther Serf.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wilson and
family autoed to Lincoln Sunday to
visit with Fawn Wilson and family.
Returning they brought his mother
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gibson and
family of Weeping Water and Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Cole and family were
Sunday visitors at the S. A. Jack
Mr. and Mrs. Copple of Alvo and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Norris and son
Clarence of Weeping Water were
Sunday guests at the H. P. Hinds
Mr. and Mrs. Golden and family
of Lincoln drove down Sunday to
A"isit.with her sister and family, Mrs.
m i r i t 1 i
- PARR "30" $1595
Edgar Golden. They had a picnic
dinntr in the park.
Mr. Theodore Miller was a pas
penger to Lincoln Saturday evening.
Mrs. Miller having remained in Lin
coln the passed week on account of
their son being seriously ill.
Miss Miller of Lincoln, a Sunday
school worker, was here Sunday. She
gave a splendid talk and many sug
gestions how we may improve our
school in growth and interest.
Talk about good things to eat Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Obernalte had a
spring fry, new peas and new pota
toes Wednesday. These early dishes
sure sound good, but they taste much
Mr. and Mrs. Ilitchman and Mr.
and Mrs. Wilcott of Weeping Water
were Sunday afternoon visitors at
the Albert Pool home. Mrs. Pool be
ing a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ilitchman and a sister of Mrs. Wil
cott. Monday afternoon an airplane cir
cled over town and then lit in Ger
beling's alfalfa field. The machine
caused a large crowd to assemble
about it. The left within a few min
utes without saying where they came
from or where they were going.
Lcwiston School Painted
The Lewiston schoo least of Mur
ray has been repainted and redeco
rated in fine shape the work being
' looked after by John Savage. Th
'school meeting of district No. 7 will
be held there on Monday. June 12.
Lost anything loaid uythisgt
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