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THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1929.
Prepared Exclusively for The Journal.
For the Best
Groceries & Meats
We make it our practice to
furnish absolutely the very
best goods at a price within
the reach of all. Highest price
paid for Country Produce.
R. D. STIHE
Union, Nebr. -
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Pell dt Omaha
are spending some time here with
their son. Fay. at the farm.
Mrs. David Murray and daughter,
Margaret, Mrs. F. F. Smith, Mrs.
Lou Comer and Duane Smith were
shopping in Nebraska City Saturday.
Mrs. F. F. Smith plans to leave
November 11th to spend the winter
at Stockton, California, with her
daughter, Mrs. F. F. Buck and fam
ily. V. B. Banning was looking after
some business matters In Platts
mouth for a short time on last Mon
day afternoon, he driving over in
.Edward Lowery of Plattsmouth
was a visitor in Union for the day
on last Monday and was looking af
ter some insurance matters for his
Miss Sarah McQuinn spent Fri
day and Saturday in Omaha attend
ing the teachers meeting and visit
ing her sister. Miss Iola at the Lord
' Charles Greene and -wife were
Over to Nebraska City for a short
time on last Sunday, they driving
over in their car to attend a show
for the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Mapes left
Saturday via auto for several days
visit with relatives at Denver. Cecil
Niday is manager of the State Farm
during their absence.
Miss Mable Schumaker of near
Murray was a visitor for over the
week end at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Noah Parker of Union, they en
joying the visit very much.
Uncle G. S. Upton suffered the
loss of one of his very faithful horses
which he has had for many years
and were so well acquainted with
uncle Sim that they could almost
speak to him.
Charles Cogdlll was in with a very
fine lot of sorghum molasses, which
he has been making of late, and
sure it was -fine. ' He left a large
quantity of the molasses at the store
of R. D. Stine.
Charles G. McCarthey and the
family were enjoying last Sunday
in visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Anderson and the kid
dies at Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Carthey driving over to the big town
in their car for the occasion.
Miss Margaret Murray of Omaha
who has spent the past two weeks
with her parents here after an oper
ation for apuendicitis Oct. 9th, was
able to return to her duties Sunday
afternoon, going on the flyer. She
Is a Junior nurse at Lord Lister
A letter from Carl and Ray Cross
who make their home at Arriba.
Colorado, which tells of there being
lots of snow in this vicinity so much
no that travel was almost at a stand
still. Speaking of snow, the west,
the southwest, and the northwest
and north is completely covered with
snow and some places to the depth
of four feet, and Cass county and
astern Nebraska is having fine
weather with no freezing of any
consequence. Verily a ery good
place to live.
at the Stites Elevator
Your own formula, if you desire
mixed with Tankage. We also sell
Tankage, Fencing (woven wire and
barbed wire) and Steel Posts. See
us for your needs and save money!
GEO. A. STITES
at the Elevator
trouble, and which was a very severe
one, was able to return home on Fri
day of last week and Is able to be
up and around a good portion of the
time. The writer visited with him
on Monday of this week as he sat
in the office of the hotel and took a
sun bath. We were much pleased to
find our old time friend able to be up
and that he is gaining with each
day. The Illness was of such ser
iousness that one could not look for
an immediate recovery. Mr. Clarke
is very anxious to get so he can as
sist With the work at the hotel which
comes very heavy on the good wife
while he is not able to render any
the event. Secretary P. II. Rihn re
ported that $17 was received from
the members on the week before to
care for the expenses of the club. Mr
Wm. James who is ever looking for
some way to do some one a good
turn had as his guest to the dinner,
Dr. H. E. Litton of Nebraska City,
whom he Introduced and who spoke
very pleasantly congratuling the club
on the very fine organization which
they had and the ladies on the very
fine dinner that they served. lie said
that he was sure that Union had an
excellent future, and that the river
was bound to bring Union some good,
probably a bridge to give a good road
to Iowa and perhaps a water way to
the market. Miss Agusta Robb was
present and asked that a committee
be appointed to assist in the Red
Cross Roll call and Dr. V. II. Ack-
enbach. V. B. Banning and D. R.
Frans were selected as a committee
Glad To Be Home
C. W. Clarke who has been at the
hospital for some time where he un
derwent an operation for stomache
Union Filling Station
Very Best Gasoline
Mona Motor and Paramount Oils
PIRESTONE and OLDFIELD
Tires and Tubes
Atwater Kent Radios
L 13. Banning
Visited At Lincoln.
Mrs. L. R. Upton and the children
were over to Lincoln going Friday
and returning on Sunday, and en
joyed a very pleasant visit with her
sister, Mrs. Winnie McEintire, who
resided there, also meeting her
daughter, Miss Vera, who is a teacher
in the school at Madison, and who
was in attendance at the state teach
ers convention. Tney an attenaeu
the football game which was staged
in Loncoln between the Nebraska
University team and the team of the
Kansas University, located at , Law
rence, Kansas, and also enjoyed see
ing the home team win in a most
tightly contested game.
, ' ' Teachers Attend Convention.
The teachers of the Union schools,
accompanied by Superintendent Mer
sell, werei over to Omaha during the
latter portion ' of ihe past week,
where they, were attending the state
convention of the teachers of Ne
braska and where all enjoyed a very
fine time as well as obtaining much
worthwhile information at the meeting.
See the Football Game.
Eugene Roddy, who likes football,
and Hallas Banning, who likes all
sports,' and Superintendent James
Marsell, the man who has made the
Union schools such a success, were
all over to Lincoln on last Satur
day where they enjoyed the fine dem
onstration of skill and brawn in the
game when the Nebraska team
snatched victory from the visitors,
the Kansas team.
The Bed Cross Roll Call.
With the losing of the branch of
the Red Cross at Union which ex
isted during and for some time fol
lowing the late war, the county or
ganization has asked Miss Gussie
Robb to look after the roll call of
the Red Cross in Union and she has
did the work for years and sent the
returns to the county organization
at Murdock, and again this year she
has been asked by the county secre
tary, Mrs. Henry A. Tool, to look
after the work. She is asking the
Union Business Men's club to assist
and they have agreed. Do not wai
for someone to come and see you but
step in and leave your dollar and get
Miss Edna Frye of Indianola, Iowa,
was a visitor in Weeping Water for
a short time on last Tuesday with
her friends and acquaintances.
Business called John Cole to Oma
ha on last (Tuesday, he driving over
to the big town to look after Homo
business and was accompanied by
his father, Walter Cole.
II. L. Richards is at this time In
stalling a heating plant and at the
same time fitting out a bathroom
with water and fixtures for Hoy
Wiles northeast of town.
On last Thursday while nt Tn-r uh
ual vocation. Mrs. Frank II. Wood
had the misfortune to turn her ankle
which caused great pain and lias
laid the lady up for a number of
C. K. Ilasse and Cleorgo I'ayne of
Council IMuffu, were visiting In
Weeping Water on In.st 'Tuesday and
Had Nice Roll Call.
Liberty precinct had a nice roll
call for the Red Cross last year, there
being fifty-eight enrolled and of these
there has five moved from the pre
cinct and of course there has some
moved into the precinct, which
should take their places. There is
only three counties in Nebraska that
does not have a county organization
they being in the western portion of
the state. This is a most commend
able organization and one which all
Good Cass County Farms.
I have a number of excellent Cass
county farms for Fale. I have good
eighties at from $10,000 to $16,000
for sale. No better place to live than
In Cas3 county. F. II. McCarthey,
Many Enjoy the Dinner.
There were a large number of
people to enjoy the excellent dinner
which the ladies cf the Methodist
church served at the Library build
ing on last Monday and a'l enjoyed
Good Used Cars
We have a number of good Used Cars
and Trucks, all reconditioned and in
good running order, which will go
at very reasonable prices. You can
equip yourself here at small cost.
Among our stock you will find one
Chevrolet 1927 truck, one 1926 Ford
Truck, one 1926 Chevrolet Coupe,
two 1924 Ford Tudors, one 1925 Ford
Coupe and one 1926 Ford Roadster
all in good condition. Come, look
the stock over and save some money
on a judicious purchase. We do not
carry anything but the celebrated
Chevrolet line of new cars, and have
a complete stock of models now on
our floor for immediate selection!
Come, Look Them Over
Well Did You Ever?
A Home Talent Play Given by Members
of the Union Woman's Club
Friday, Nov. 8th.
at 8:00 O'CIock P. M.
AT THE M. W. A. HALL, UNION
Admission, 25 and 4C
fcfT Everybody coma and see who the actors are!
Phillip F. Rihn at the dinner of
the Business Men's Club, spoke about
having: road signs telling the tourist
that it is so many miles distant to
the next town, so as not to have
them bother asking for the informa
tion. lie also advised that a tourist
camp be encouraged and some one
where cabins would allow a place
to stay, and thus contribute. Re
garding the sign , posts Rev. W. A
Taylor told a story of two men who
were walking along a road and for
the first time met a sign post, and
they being excessively religious said
"Tread softly for the dead lies here,
see the marker, his name is Miles to
Union and he was 268 years old.'
Ray Frans answered by saying an
other man came along and as it was
dark, and he wanted to know where
he was going, climbed the slippery
Dole only to fine when he got to
where he could read the sign that
it read "wet paint." Yes, that is all
Attend the Church Services.
All you who have no place to wor
ship come to the Baptist church, and
hear Rev. W. A. Taylor give a fine
discourse on the topic of the Red
Cross. Know its origin and what it
stands for and the excellent work
which the order is doing. Also be
there in time for the Bible school be
Building New Line.
The Nebraska Gas and Electric
company, with a crew of workmen
from Plattsmouth are constructing
a new line to the county line and
from there a crew of Otoe county
men will take up the work and run
it on to Nebraska City. Many peo
ple along the line are taking service
from this new line.
Meet With Mrs. Carl Balfour.
The Union Woman's club met en
Tuesday afternoon with their sister
member, Mrs. Carl Balfour, and had
a most enjoyable afternoon. The
leader for the occasion in the excel
lent program which the club put on
was Mrs. Phillip F. Rihn and a most
pleasant ""afternoon was had. One
pleasant feature of the afternoon was
that each member was to bring a
guest, thus giving encouragement for
them to become members.
Well Did You Ever.
If you have not it is about time
you did. This will be amply dem
onstrated in the play which will be
given at the M. W. A. hall on Fri
day November Sth when a play will
be put on by the Woman's club of
Union. This will be for the benefit
of the Union Library.
Since October 27th. a Hampshire
sow, weight about 400 pounds. Re
ward. Finder notify
J. II. FRANS.
WELL KNOWN BARBER ILL
From Wednesday's Daily
Edward Fullerton, one of the firm
of Fullerton Bros., conducting the
Hotel Riley barber shop, has been
under the weather for the past week
suffering from what seems to have
been an attack of the fiu. Mr. Ful
lerton has been up a part of the time
and trying to care for his business
and to assist in the wants of the
patrons, but he has largely been
forced to remain in bed.
Pione your news to No. 6.
From Monday's Dally
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Patterson
of Omaha came down for a short
visit here wjth the relatives and
friends and 'enjoying a short outing
for the pleasant Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Carl Cunningham of Pawnee
City, "was here over the week end to
visit with her husband, an instruc
tor in the Plattsmouth high school
and while here was a guest at the
James Rebal home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Blotzer de
parted this morning for Omaha where
Mr. Blotzer is taking treatment for
his injured eye and is hopeful that
the socket will soon be healed sufli-
ciently to allow an artificial eye to
Miss Henrietta Martens, of San
Francisco, who has been here enjoy
ing a visit with her mother, Mrs.
Augusta Martens and sister. Miss
Henrietta, departed this morning for hooking after some biiHlneHH matters
me west wnere sne win resume ner fnr the .inv n n.i viiifnir with
work as a trained nurse. tvi,,,i
Mrs. Edward Donat and children, T n' Smith, fm-mirl v r.r WVenlnir
Henry, Theresa, and Mrs. Hamilton water, where he was Miiraircd In th
Mark and daughters Rosalyn and dying and cleaning business, but who
Alary jane motored to wanoo yes- has been In Omaha for nome time.
terday where they spent the day with was a visitor In the city for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Havelka, Mrs. days during the past week.
Peter H. Miller was making some
changes at the residence which he
has in the southeast portion of town
and which he will rent to a party as
son as he shall have gotten it ready.
He also is making some Improvements
on his crenm station.
L. R. Lane was a visitor in Coun
cil Bluffs for the day on last Tues
day, he driving over to the Iowa town
in his truck and bringing home with
him a truck load of gnc.ds for the
filling station, which he operates
here for the Consumers Oil Co.
Mr. Ora Baldwin and wife of Den
ver were visiting for the past two
weeks in Weeping Water, being
guests for their stay at the home cf
a brother, C. C. Baldwin, and where
Havelka being a daughter of Mr. and
From Tuesday's Dally
D. C. West of Nehawka was in
the city today to look after some
matters of business before the board
of county commissioners.
B. I. Clements, one of the well
known residents of Elmwood was in
the city for a short time today look
ing after some matters of business.
Attorney C. E. Tefft of Weeping
Water was here today to spend a few
hours attending to some matters of
business at the court house and vis
iting with his many friends.
Charles Vondran was amors the
local people to go to Omaha today
where he spent the day in attend- they enjoyed an excellent time,
Red Line Delco-Light
Look what you get in the new 1930 "Red Line" Delco
Light ... no less than 15 major improvements. Glance
over the list. (1) More watts per H. P. (2) Heavier
armature. (3) 33 greater oil capacity. (4) Bigger
generator. (5) Perfect alignment of brush assembly.
(6) New "Tension Control" for uniform brush
pressure. (7) "No arcing" brush. (8) Positive "load
controller." (9) Instant response to power and light
ing loads. (10) New throttle insures proper "trickle
charge." (u) Oil filler more accessible. (12) Greater
circumference of generator housing gives stability to
switchboard. (13) Fewer parts in brush assembly.
(14) Better generator ventilation. (15) Heavier con
Don't look for these improvements elsewhere.
They're exclusive with Delco-Light. May we show
them to you? We are authorized dealers for this
territory. Come in today.
0. C. t
Weeping Water, Nebraska
Telephone 31 ,
Just phone or drop us a card and we'll brirg Dcco
J-ight to your bom for a night demonstration
ELECTRIC POWER AND LIGHT PLANTS
Also Manufacturers of Jj Electric Water Systems
PRODUCTS OF GENERAL MOTORS
Made and Quaranteed by Delco-Light Company, Dayton, Ohio.
ing the diamond jubilee and viewing
the parade that showed the progress
parting for their home in Denver 011
last Sunday morning.
Bert Jamison and the good wife
who have lived in Weeping Water
for many long years and who have
during their stay here watched the
progress of the state, were over to
Omaha on last Tuesday to watch the
pr.rade of the Diamond Jubilee, and
which they pronounced as being ex
cellent. A. J. Patterson has been wrestling
with a very refractory tooth for a
From Wednesday!! Dally
Mrs. James Dwyer of Glen wood
was here Tuesday for a few hours
to visit with the old time friends
and enjoying a short outing.
William Starkjohn was a visitor
in Omaha today, going to that city
on the early Burlington train where
he spent a few hours with friends.
Judge Robert McNealy of Louis- number of days, and while- he did not
ville was here today to attend to like to part with the old time friend
some matters in the county court he concluded at least that he would
and to visit his many friends in this and so securing a dentist had the
city. refractory molor removed. With the
Mrs. Adah Moore and daughter, exception of a sore jaw, Alex is get
Miss Nettie, departed this morning ting along nicely now.
where they will attend the funeral During the past week the Cole Mo
ot a niece of Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Will tor company of Weeping ater sold
Christopherson, which was held this and delivered four of the celebrated
afternoon. Model A coaches at what is known as
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dempster of Tudors. They were purchased by
Geneva, who have been here visiting Mrs. Dons Chandler of east of Elm-
at the home of thefr daughter, Mrs; wood. Cris Hanson. Reuben Groesser,
P. T. Ileineman, departed this morn- ana ueorge itaiper. ah are wen sai
tracks, when her car was struck by
a car load of gravel which was being
switched. The auto in which rhe was
riding was pushed and dragged along
the tracks fcr quite a distance and
was badly damaged. Miss Davis fee
ing the situation, jumped from the
car as it was being shoved along the
track, and thus escaped, with her
life but had the bones of one foot
broken and many bruises as she was
rolled over the trackage. Fortunate 1
was she that she was able to escape
with her life.
TEAM TO AUBURN
ing for Omaha where Mr. Dempster
will attend a banker's meeting be
fore returning to their homes.
Mrs. W. II. Mann and daughter.
Miss Ada, of Lincoln are here as
guests at the George B. Mann home
and visiting with the many old time
friends in the city. Mrs. Mann and
daughter have just recently moved
to Lincoln from their former home
at Sheridan, Wyoming.
isfied with t'ne:r purchases.
I.I. R. Balcon who has been in a
very poor state of health for some
time past, was a visitor in Nebraska
City on last Monday, where he went
to consult a specialist of that place.
On his return he thought it best to
go to Omaha for a clinic and accord
ingly was taken there on Tuesday
of this week for a thorough examin
ation and with a view of taking
Miss Cassie and Vera Williams,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wil
liams, proprietors of the Weeping
Shoots Self by Accident.
While Clifford Jewel, the eighteen
year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Troy
Jewel of northeast of Weeping Wa
ter was cleaning a gun, which he ex
pected to go hunting with, the gun
being a small rifle slipped in his
handr. and in an effort to save it frTi
a fall, he grabed for it, and as I.
did so, it was accidentia discharged,
the bullet entering the abdomen c.
the left side near the hip bone and
lodging near the spinal column. He
called to the folks in the house who
had not heard the shot, who rushed
to see what was the matter. They
immediately called Dr. M. U. Thomas
who hastened to the Jewel home and
when he had seen the severity of
the injury, prepared to take him to
Lincoln to the hospital for treat
ment, Dr. Thomas and the father ac
RAIN CURTAILS THE OUTING
Washington His visit to his
mountain camp shortened by a rain
From Wednesday's Daily
This neon the Plattsmouth high
school football team departed for
Auburn where they are to play the
high school team of that place in
the game that was postponed from
last Wednesday on account of the
rain. The PJatters while still having
a few wounds and bruises as the re
sult of the Wahoo ganio will be able
to have mort of the teim in the line
up altho Gilbert Hirz, one of the
regulars has .bepn having consider
able trouble with his ankle.
The Plattsmouth high school is
considering in the adjutment of the
football schedule for the next sea
son to take 0:1 Falls City in the
schedule in place of North high and
also probably Blair instead of Creigh
ton Prep. Both teams have been 011
the local schedule for several years
but It is thought that smaller town
teams for the opening games would
be much better and the changes will
probably be made by the time for an
nouncement of the next year
WILL EXHIBIT DOGS
The October Festival, given by the . ' pary an by the way who storm' President Hoover returned to
Lewiston Community club was well are puttjng out the verv best bread,
attended both noon and evening oics and Dastry baked in the state
and netted the club over $50. In the cf Nebraska, barring none, came
afternoon Mrs. Vance Pitman of Mur- down from Omaha on last Wednes-
ray, Mesdames James T. Begley, Rob- day evening and will visit for the
ert Reed, J. A. Capwell and A. H. remainder of the week. They were
Duxbury furnished the program. Mrs. accompanied by their lady friend,
Capwell in her presentation of the Loma Burnes. who alfo enjoyed the
"Mason Family" bv Bess Streeter visit here very much.
Aldrich was verv much anoreciated. Walter Cole was a visitor in oma-
the white house late Sunday after a
sixty mile automobile drive thru a
pelting rain. The wet roads led the
president to choose a longer route for
his trip back to Washington. He
made the journey by way of Fred
ericksburg to avoid a slippery detour
Altho the rain held the presiden
tial party indoors for most of the
day, it afforded an opportunity for
Mrs. Duxbury talked on "Our New ha for the day on last Tuesday, and an informal gathering of old friends
Pronation Officer." and this new Having uvea in iNcuraa lur many
movement is very close to the hearts years and watched the state grow as
of Cass county. Mrs. Pitman has a wen as wcunie one ii iu mui
in Tilt? union, ivii. who mui.il 111
very sweet voice and it was a pleas
ure to listen.
Mrs. Begley sung two numbers.
Mrs. Begley needs no introduction,
as she has been very active in the
musical circle of Plattsmouth and
the Plattsmouth Woman's club. She
is also desirous of furthering the
musical ability of the Lewiston Com
munity Center. Mrs. Reed was extra
good in her piano selection. The en
tire program was educational and
gave an air of refinement that made
one feel you had spent an afternoon
In the evening people from Murray,
Plattsmouth, Nehawka, Weeping Wa
terested in seeing the Diomand Jubi
lee celebration which is on In Oma
ha during this week. He was there
to see the progress which the state
has made during the many years
since she was settled, and was well
pleased with the excellent parade and
pageant which was presented.
Will Teach Band Here.
Mr. Hawkins, formerly the teacher
of the band of Weeping Water, but
who has been away for some time
past, being for a time in Kansas
City and in points in Oklahoma, as
well as in the western portion of
Nebraska. returned to Weeping
ter and Union attended and the un- water, and will give instructions to
dertaking was all that nata Deeu tne hand here as well as to the one
hoped and planed for.
at Elmwood, both of which are ex
cellent bands, and with this fine in
struction, they surely will make
From Wednesday's Daily
This morning two wagons used in
the county road work on the Red
The Sky Rover
Elmer 'Michalson the proprietor of
Ball highway in the vicinity of Man- the Weping Water variety store, has
ley were completely demolished when added to his stock one of the very
they were struck by the locomotive latest of radios in the eight grid
of a Missouri Pacific train going screen tube radios, of the console
north on the Weeping Water-Louis- type, and which is one of the very
ville line. finest possible. He has it hooked up
The two wagons were used in haul- at the store and invites all to come
ng dirt on the highway where there and see the machine and hear the
are some extensive improvements be- wonderful execution which it does.
ng made and the two wagons were The console type Is a piece of very
being drawn by a tractor and at the artistic furniture as well as the ex-
time of the accident the two wagons eellfnt tone and volume of the work
were just on the railroad crossing which it put out. There is no radio,
when the' train suddenly came on the no matter what the price which can
scene. excell this one in me . maner 01
The wagons were struck with the work which it performs.
full speed of the locomotive and re
duced to a mass of kindling wood , , Wo c Sptrer F.nerien pp
as 'the result. . n!0 ,.,v, i n
J ivl USS I till uatlil, njiv 10 au j i. 1 -
ntnr of the Lincoln Telegranh and
PLATE SUPPER AND BOX SOCIAL Telephone company at the Weeping
Water exchange and daughter ot .air.
A plate supper, box social and pro- and Mrs. W. W. Davis, had a very
gram will be given at District 97 thrilling experience as one in which
Friday evening Nov. 22. Everybody Bhe very narrowly escaped with lier
coiae. life as she was going to her home
LOUISE rujimel. . in ier car oa last Jifuday eveaics.
Teacher. She was driving acrcB tne railroad
before a cheerful wood fire in the
living room of his mountain cottagP:
Most of his guests for the trip were
friends who had enjoyed the infor
mal hospitality of his S street home
in the days before he took over the
duties as chief executive.. The visit
was the first Mr. Hoover has' made to
his mountain camp since his historic
conferences there with Prime Min
ister MacDonald several weeks ago.
The inclement weather did not
prevent the chief executive from
showing an interest in the mountain
school which is being constructed in
the vicinity of his camp. Lawrence
R. Richey, one of his secretaries,
visited the site of the proposed school
at the request of the president.
The dog show which is to be held
in Omaha the last of the week is
drawing the attention of dog fanc
iers throughout this section of the
state and among the exhibits of the
thoroughbred animals which will be
at the kennel show, Plattsmouth
will have a representation. Emil J.
Weyrich will have his German Shep
herd dog, "Nick" among the entries
as will Henry Jasper with his shep
herd, "Eric" and Edward Brantner
with entries of two German shepherd
pups. These dogs are more common
ly called police dogs but this name
does not designate the breed, but in
Germany and Belgium this breed of
dogs are often trained in police work,
hence the adaption of the name
"police dog" for all of the breed. But
regardless of the name, the Platts
mouth entries will be found among
the best at the Omaha show.
EIGHT MILE GROVE
Read the Journal Want-Ads.
Sunday, November 10th.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
10:30 a. m. English services, the
Lord's supper will be celebrated at
this service in English. The usual
offering will be taken.
7:30 p. m. Luther Loairiif
PROGRAM AND BOX SOCIAL
There will be an entertainment
and bov social at the Cottonwood
school house on Friday evening, Nov
ember 8th. Ladles please bring
boxes. Everyone welcome.
MISS MARJORIE JOYCE.
n5-4td ltw Teacher.
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The SKY ROVER Radio
Is an Eight Tube, Screen Grid
It is sold under a positive guarantee of absolutely best work, volume
from the lowest ao the loudest and with a fine clear tone Will
reach any station no matter where and can tune out all stations
but the oner you want. AC, all electric, which means that all you
have to do is plug ia on your light socket. There are none superior.
Table Model, $75 Console, $139
ELMER MICHAELSON, Propr.
Weeping Wafer Uariefy Store
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