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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL
MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1938.
TThte Plattsmfluth diurnal
PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY AT PLATTS2IOUTH, NEBRASKA
Entered at Postoffiee. Plattamouth, Neb., as second-clas mall matter
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Ed Obernaulte assisted Gus "Wendt
v.ith the threshing of his alfalfa
crop last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Norris, of
rear .Nehawka' were guests last Mon
day evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Hinds.
John Gerdes, who resides in the
west part of the county near Green
wood, was a business visitor in Wa
bash for a short time on Wednesday
morning of last week.
Clifford Erowne has an infection
on his chin, which has caused his
face to swell and become very sore.
It was so painful he was not able
to work for a number of days.
Lois Schmidt, the road man, was
in Murdock Wednesday, going over
to have John 11. Buck the black
smith, make some repairs on his road
Machine, as some of the mechanism
had given out.
Harold Richards, who is employed
in Lincoln, was a Wabash visitor on
Wednesday, coming to deliver some
coods to the Wabash store and also
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Warren T. Richards.
Frank Marshall was at Clarinda,
Iowa. Wednesday, where he secured
a trucklcad of coal. He was accom
panied by Warren Richards. During
l'.is absence, E. F. Marshall was look
ing after the elevator.
P. II. Clarke wrent out one day
last week and gathered about ten
acres of corn but found the weather
vas too warm to pick corn as yet,
and so he passed the remainder up
until the weather gets colder.
Kensington Has Pleasant Meeting
The Wabash Ladies Kensington,
which has among its members many
l?dies of the town and surrounding
community, met last Wednesday with
Mrs. Fred Towle, one of their' fellow
members.. This organization was,
formerly the Ladies Aid society, "but
has become merged into the Wybadti
Kensington and is continuing the
work of its predecessor.
Many of the members were pres
ent and enjoyed the meeting, which
was climaxed with delicious refreshments.
Mesdames . Edwar.d ; Jlufphy .- and
Ralph Murphy, of Lincoln, were vis
iting friends in Manley.. and othr
points in the county' for-atcouple of
days. ' ; '. " " " ', ; " '"
Teddy Harms and wife, accompan
ied by - Otto Harms and Mrs, Alice
Alberding were spending last Sunday
at the home of Henry . Peters , and
daughter at Talmage, t , '
Mr. and Mrs. Walter O'Brien en-;
ttrtained a group of friends at a
supper party, having as their guests
for. the occasion Mr., and Mrs. Theo.
Harms and Teddy,- Jr., Otto Harms
and Mrs. Elmer Alberding.
Mesdames Ralph Welte and.H. J.:
Hohman were hostesses to a meeting
of the Altar Society of the St. Pat
rick's Catholic church one day last
week. A session at cards was en
gaged in with the. proceeds going to
enrich the treasury of the society. .-.
Miss Teresa Rauth, who has been
making her home in Lincoln, accom
panied by a young lady friend, came
to Manley last Friday to look after
business matters and also visited at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Rauth before returning to their
home in the capital city.
Otto Harms, who has been visit
ing in Manley with his parents for
the past ten days, was in Nebraska
City Tuesday evening, remaining
ever night as a guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peters. Mr.
Harms departed a few days ago for
Us home at Los Angeles, after a
pleasant ten dayn spent here with
relatives, and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Campbell
were in Omaha Tuesday.
Verla Livers spent Tuesday after
noon .with .Mrs.. JBernard Dill. -
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Oscar Dill and son; Vernon were
business visitors In Omaha Thurs
day", '' '
.'Miss'Fern Moran and "Mrs. Jones
of Lincoln called at the. V.'.D. Livers
tome Sunday. ' ; V.'
Mr. and Mrs. . George Braun; visit
ed Mrs. Braun's mother in" AJv'o last
.Mrs.' Geo:. Vogel and mother, Mrs,
Critchfield 'called -'on- Mm. Helena
Timm' Thursday ; afternoon. -:.
V . Mw.. .'. Charles : Posberg .and .Cecil
visited Mrs. M." E." Sandy, sister ot
Mrs Fosberg, in Gretna Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Vogeler were
dinner and supper guests Sunday at
the Henry. Heil, Jr., home in Louis
ville. ' '' " ' '
Mrs. Jason Streight and Carol and
Mrs. Jess Fidler-were in Omaha on
L : fri "and Mrs,., Jason Streight and
family spent Sunday at the M. E.
' Mr. and ' Mrs. John .Wiuiderlich
are spending the week with their
MRS. EGENBERGER ILL
Mr3. L. 13. Egen'uerger has for the
past several days been confined to
her home as the result of an attack
of neuritis. The attack has heen
very painful and' has made it diffi
cult for the patient to be around.
The many friends will, regret greatly
to learn of the illness of this estim
able lady. " ' - - -
VISIT OLD HOME
Mrs. Fannie Dickson a'nd Miss
May Richey of Dallas, Tcxa3 arc
visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Richey. The ladies are sisters of
Mr. Richey, and arc also meeting
the old friends here where they
made their home for years.
The worst body odor
come from P. O
perspiration odor un
der the arm.
Take 1 minute te
nee Todora new,
cream that worki
directly on underarm
. excretions. Normally
at opt odor J to i days. Todora also reduces
e)tnovc of perspiration.
Made witoout lard Todora Is utterly d!f.
ferent from stiff, gralnr pastes: (1) Soft
smooth as face cream. (2) Leave no sticky '
film on flr.irers or underarms. (J) Leaves n
"lardy" smell on clothes, tit 60. Gst It t
day money back it not dellgbud.
, TrtaJ elxersts. Send coupon. .
rtend coupon for trial
size to McKesson
Zm Rsbbins. Fairfield..
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Attended District Deanery
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Rauth and
Walter Mockenhaupt and-wife made
a trip. to Nebraska City last Friday,
where the ladies were delegates to
the district Deanery meeting of the
Catholic church. The ladies enjoyed
the meeting while the" gentlemen
looked after business matters and
visited friends. :. . . '
Celebrated Passing; Birthday :
On last Tuesday evening, on the
cccasion of the birthday of A. T.
Hansen, he was surprised by a num
ber of friends, consisting of Thor
bold Hansen and wife, the former a
brother of the guest of honor, Wal
ter Salsbcrg and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Herman J. Rauth. The
evening was spent in card3 and social
conversation, climaxed with a fine
luncheon. When the guests were
ready to return home, it was rain
ing hard,- but when they arrivedat
home, they found it had not rained
Visited Parents and Brother
Mrs. Alice Alberding of Wichita,
Kancns, was visiting in Manley a
number of c!ay3 over the week end,
coming to sec her brother, Otto
Harms and as well her parents, Mr.
and Mr3. Theo. Harms. Following
her short but pleasant visit, she de
parted for her home in Kansas, be
ing taken to Lincoln by her father,
from where she took the train' for
home. , :
Has Brcn Peeling Poorly
Cccar McDonald, proprietor of the
smuce:r.ent parlor, was feeling rath
or poorly on account of an attack of
flu and l::id to go home and to bed
for a number of days. lie called hi3
rcn, Robert McDonald, to came and
cars' for the business until such time
ss he might be well enough "to re:
turn and look after.it himself.""
daughter.. Mrs. Lottie Kne.chX , 3Ve
are glad ttf report Ir....Wtnderiich
improving nicely after his serious
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Duerr of
Louisville called at 'the Martin Zaar
home Thursday afternoon. '
Mr. and Mrs, Ray Preston a.nd
eon of Elmwood called at the David
Campbell home Thursday evening.
- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glaubitz e.nd
children Anna Marie, Albert, Ma
thilda and DeLores, were visitors at
the F. J. Knecht home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Braun ac
companied by Bill Roseiicrans were
ii Lincoln Sunday evening.; They at
tended the show, "'Boys Town."
Mrs. ; B.' O. Mooriey has been as
sisting with' the. hbuseyork as well
as caring for her sister, Mrs. L. J.
Roeber, who is quite ill with the
flu. '; -' -.,' ;
Miss De Loma, Scott spent the week
end at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A." Petersen.' Miss Florene
Scott also came Saturday to spend
a week at home.'-5 - . ; ' '
Mrs. "Win. Blum was very pleas
antly surprised .when her sister,
Mrs. Carl Hartinan: and twin daugh
ters Carol Joy and Merry Jo of
Maxwell, Nebr.", , came Wednesday
fora vis1- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoff
man and.LeUabeth. of Lincoln were,
also dinner guests Wednesday. Leila
beth remained until Saturday to visit
Mrs. Floyd Tiannau and children
went, to Syracuse Friday to visit heir"
parents, .Mr. and. Mrs.. Finke. To
gether they will drive to Kearney
to visit relatives Saturday and Sun
day. ' '.'- '. S ' ."' "".
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Campbell and
Mr. and Mrs. David Campbell, Mr.
and Mrs"." John Kupke 'and Mr. arid
Mrs. George Vogeler ; and . son ; at
tended the funeral , of Mrs. Anna
Craft in Louisville Thursday after
noon. .. : .:
F. J. Knecht and Oscar Dill were
business visitors in Omaha Monday
'.Mrs. .Lora, Kieck' of .Plattsmottth,
attended the school program giyeq
Friday evening. She also called at
the F, J. Knecht home Thursday af'
ternoon. . - , ; ... . ., ' .
Mr. and Mr3. 'Chas. : Brown and
son of Omaha ' visited friends- in
South Bend . on, Thursday. ., ;Mrs.
Brown attended the Ladies club
meeting held at the home of Airs.
F. J. Knecht. Mr. Brown was a form-,
er mail carrier here. ' . ' '
Mrs. E. D. : Livers, Mrs. Nancy
Streight and Mrs. Charles Fosberg
att.ended.. the convention pf . Royal
Neighbors of Cass and Sarpy county
held in Louisville Tuesday afternoon
and evening. 107 ladies were pres
ent and the Louisville Chamber of
Commerce presented each, with, a
white carnation a custom that or
ganization has carried out the past
several years whenever women's 6r
genizations convene in the cement
r Daughter Guest of Honor
Mrs, , Louise Haley of .Yankton,
South .' Dakota, spent the week, at
the home of her parents,1, Mr. . and
Mrs. Henry Thune, Sr., leaving ; for
her home on Saturday. On Friday
evening her parents entertained ' in
her lienor, Mr. -and MrB. -Henry
Thune, Jr., and daughter, of Papil
lloRj . .Mr. and Mrs. George. Thune of
Plattsmouth, and Mr. and Mrs. II.
Jacobs,' of Memphis. -; ; ' '
Nannon, who has moved to Lincoln.
December 9 was -the date set for;-the
bazaar. Visitors were Mrs. J. Wun
derlich, Mrs. Chas. Brown and her
mother, Miss Ellen Leddy and Mrs.
George Vogler. and son. A. delicious
iuncheon, " consisting of apple pie
and coffee was served by the hostess
and the assistant hostesses, Mrs.
Helena Timm and Mrs. Bernard Dill.
v Friendly Circle Club Entertained :
'"The. Friendly Circle' '.-club' ' met
Thursday -afternoon at. the home, of
Mrs: F, -J. Knecht. Regular business.
Quilting and' sewing' took ap the
ladies time.' A handkerchief shower
was given for a member, Mrs Mary
' School Program Nets $19.85
The proceeds from the program
and lunch sale held last 'Friday
evening at the school totaled $19.85.
This' will be used for new '' play
ground equipment for the school.
The teachers wish to thank - every
one who helped make it a success.
'Mr. and Mrs. Merril Swartz o
Yutan wereSunday dinner guests at
the home of Mrs. Swartz parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Carnicle.
Work Progressing Nicely
.Wori on the new basement, under
the schoolhouse is progressing nice
ly." This is a WPA project and
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should be completed before real cold
. Rubber Stamps at ;owest prices
at the Journal Office. '
A Farmr ""h
Knows: the Ne-
rc;:sity of Kcon
omy in Oov'm't.
missioner" Sfrond Dlslrlet
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New Attack Bombers Los
Angeles. Cahf. Two new Vultee
attack bombers shown undergoing a
tist flight over this city. The planes carry
a crow of three, have a speed of 237 miles
hour, and six machine guns, four of which are
mounted in the wings. f
Similar Limb Margaret Lindsay, Ann Sheridan and Mane Wilson
in a striking pose. Note the similarity of their lovely legs; they all
seem to be of the same style and shape. s . .. . . ...
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Flays Quacketeers.. Dr
Martin , Ross,, famous Newi
York; surgeon,,. who charges
m ihe American Magazine,
that :'5elf.-styled J. medical
"Specialists" ere operating
a regular racket in unneces
sary or improper treatment
of sinuses, and suggests all
doctors operating as spe
cialists be required to pass
special examinations at
regular intervals. -
Jai Alai Hilights Jai Alai (Hi Li), the famous
Spanish game, has taken New York by storm.
Mike Jacobs, noted promoter, is pictured on right
with Richard Berenson. managing
director, and Piston, world's cham
pion sensational Jai Alai player.
Berenson. who has successfully pro
moted the sport in Miami, is now
making an equal success at the N.Y.
Hippodrome where , the game is
playing to sell outs.
Baseball Headliners of '3U-1. Heath,
Cleveland outfielder, runner up in
American League batting. 2. Lombardi
Cincinnati catcher, ' leading National!
League'-batsman with .342. 3. Lee, sen-
sational Chi pitcher. 4. Mize, Cardinal
first sacker, runner up in National
League, batting. 5. Ruffing, Yankees
leading' pitcher. 6. Feller, Cleveland
established new strike-out record of 18
7. Hartnett, manager of pennant Cubs
8. Newsom, Brown's hurler. 9. ' Foxx
Red Sox first sacker, champ batter in
American League with .356. 10. Vander
Meer. Cincinnati Reds, pitched two consecutive no hit-no run games.
11. Greenberg, Detroit, leading home run hitter with S8. two short of
Ruth's record. 12. Derringur, Cincinnati hurler. 13. McCarthy, manager
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of champion Yan k 8 . i?stip,i'
First and Last
Trip to Eu
rope . New
Miss June Lang.
star, shown as
she arrived from Europe aboard the
Queen Mary. Miss Lang didn't care
what sort of . accommodations she had
just so she could escape war-scared
Europe. I hope it will be my last trip.
said Miss Lang.
On to Stardom Sheila Darcy,
brunette beauty, is being
hailed by fans and critics as a
"natural'.' for stellar roles in
the jnovie capital. Miss Darcy
is a native of York, Pa.
World's Smallest Newspaper
The smallest daily newspaper in
the world, the Tryon, N. C. Bulle
tin. Seth Vining, who holds all
jobs from ad writer to publisher,
watches closely. . A . staff, of, six
oianns the paper, and is sent to
35 . states and several foreign
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CaJU" Hitler Second Moses Edna Fer-
ber, famous American novelist, who
states in hot. life story in the Woman's
Home Companion that Hitler has done
pore to unify and spiritualize the Jew-
13.1 race tnan any man since Moses.
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There's hum ol rehearsals asthenew tig snows ,iae.io w f B9
Columbia jietwoikv -0) .Charlie Ruggles : and comedienne Una Merkel - recline
mcmon chairs' as they plan: their humor for 'the Wednesday .Star, Theatre .at
?fl PM. EST. (2) Lovely Barbara Weeks dons judicial robes in name role or.
-Her HoroT NancT-.fames' dally serial. (3) BeauUful Marr toen.. maestro
Gu Haenschen and - tenor BUI Perry try put a couple of . numbers for the
Safiirdar Nnht gerenade at 9 30 P.M., EST. - . ' ' " :
Fire Prevention Week October 9th to 15th. has brought
home to many, including this young bride, the neces
sity for protecting, the roofs of their, homes against fire.
Photo shows Frsd" Rdhf, color expert who invented the
yellow baseball, assisting the new bride, to pick a
color in mineral-surfaced, fire-resistant asphalt shingles
to match the rest of the house, including the window
shades and shuttgrs. - ' "73"
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