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MONDAY, OCTOBER 24,1938.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL
Carl D. Ganz was a Plattsmouth
caller last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Klyver were
Vusiness visitors in Plattsmouth last
Mrs. Arthur Dinges spent Tuesday
with her mother, Mrs. George Bray,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cook were
Friday evening dinner guests at the
Arthur Dinges home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Banning were
guests Sunday at the W. B. Ban
ning home at Union. .
Mrs. W. C. Copple was a guest at
the Camp Creek club meeting Satur
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
The local firemen are beginning to
.get the pond in readiness for the ap
proaching winter, so that if the
weather permits, there will be good
The Earl Bennett family drove'to
Aurora Saturday, where they visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ramsay over
the week end. They returned home
Mr. and Mrs. Sam P. Buehler and
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Sanders and
daughter, all of Crab Orchard, were
guests at the home of Supt. and Mrs.
Buehler Sunday. The visitors are
parents, sister and brother-in-law and j
niece, respectively, of Supt. Buehler.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stroemer cele
brated their wedding anniversary
Thursday evening by entertaining
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bornemeier and
Dickie at a pheasant dinner. They
spent a most enjo-able evening.
Garden Club Meeting
The S." O. S. Garden club mem
bers will hold their last meeting of
the season Tuesday, October 25, at
the home of Mrs. W. C. Timblin,
with a covered dish luncheon at
There will be an election of offi
cers. All members urged to attend.
Mrs. Mary Egan. of Edgemont,
South Dakota, visited from Tuesday
until Sunday at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. John Banning and hus
band. Mrs. Egan had been in Kansas to
attend a convention and stopped off
cn route home.
The ladies enjoyed a very pleas
Spent Sunday at Grand Island
Mrs. Arthur Dinges and Mrs. Carl
Rosenow spent Sunday with Mrs.
Mary Keister (the former Miss Mary
Brandt, a teacher in the Alvo pub
lic schools) of Grand Island, while
Arthur Dinges and Carl Rosenow
went on a pheasant hunting trip.
The two couples left at 1:00 o'clock
in the morning Sunday and returned
home at a late hour Sunday night.
The men folks reported very good
Called to Minneapolis
Mrs. Davis, the local station agent,
was called to the bedside of her
daughter in Minneapolis, who is re
ported as being seriously ill.
The daughter is Mrs. Connor,
mother of Helen Connor, who spends
her summer vacation with Mrs.
Mrs. Davis left on the midnight
train Wednesday night. Friends hope
she has found great improvement in
her daughter's condition.
Mrs. Lee Coatman entertained the
Alvo Woman's Reading club at her
home Thursday afternoon.
A large crowd was present to en
Joy a most entertaining afternoon.
Mrs. Charles Edwards was in
charge of the program. Interesting
ropers were given by Mrs. Minnie
Johnson and Mrs. Carl Ganz. James
Ganz sang very beautifully a bari
Delicious refreshments were serv
ed by the hostess.
Attended Eastern Star Affair
Mesdames Charles Edwards, A. B.
Sure, f) pecK CArtT Hol.t
ft BushfL RiiTlrrroF
MEtfTRy TO CRftr Tt4
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Stroemer, Davis, and H. I Borne
meier were among iae guests present
Friday evening of Last .week at the
Eastern Star banquet held in Platts
mouth. The ladies enjoyed a fine chicken
dinner and an entertaining program
afterward. They also had the pleas
ure of meeting a number of distin
guished guests" who were present at
Parents of Fine Daughter
Friends here of Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Speece of Edison were happy to
learn of the arrival of a fine little
daughter to them Tuesday, October
11. Mrs. Speece is the former Miss
Marjorie Arn, who was teacher for
three years in the Alvo school, and
"Walter Speece is a former athletic
coach and teacher in the high school
for a year. They have the hearty
congratulations of their many Alvo
Visits Sister at Cozad
' Mrs. W. C. Timblin accompanied
bj her husband, W. C. Timblin and
son Willard motored, to Cozad Fri
day, where they visited Mrs. Tim
blin's sister and family until Sun
day afternoon, when they started for
This was the first visit, that Mrs.
Timblin had had with her sister for
three years, when she and her fam
ily had made a similar visit.
Parents of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Hans of Seward are
the parents of a fine daughter born
Monday, October 10. Mrs. Hans was
the former Miss Thelma Reynolds, a
former fifth and sixth grade teacher
in the Alvo school. Friends extend
Mrs. Ben Muenchau entertained
the local chapter of the Royal Neigh
bor lodge at her home Wednesday
A lodge officer from Lincoln was
present for the meeting and gave an
address in the interest of the Juve
nile Lodge chapter with a member
ship of 2C that was recently orga
The hostess served delicious re
freshments to climax the afternoon
Enjoy Hamburger Fry
Mrs. W. C. Copple and her Sunday
school class of girls enjoyed a ham
burger fry Friday evening.
The evening was ideal for such
outside pleasures and as a result all
enjoyed themselves to the utmost.
Henry Obernaulte was transact
ing business in Elmwood Tuesday.
Harold Richards of Lincoln was in
Wabash one day this past week on
business for the firm by which he is
Miss Geraldine Schmidt who. re
cently purchased the beautoy shop at
Murdock, visited at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lois Schmidt
over the week end.
Henry H. Gerbeling and son,
Orville. were threshing the alfalfa
which was recently cut at the farm
where Orville lives. Besides disposing
of the seed at a good price, they
also have the hay to use for feed.
Carl Jensen, who was so severe
ly injured as a result of a recent
accident, is making slow but satis
factory progress towards recovery.
It will be several weeks yet before
he is able to leave the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Will L. Copple, who
reside about midway between Alvo
and Eagle, were in Wabash Wed
nesday and were guests at the home
of Mr. Copplc's sister, Mrs. Guy
Hinds and family.
Will Feed More Calves
Ralph Richards who has had fif
teen head of calves on pasture, was
in Omaha Tuesday and bought some
twenty more head which have also
been turned into the pasture. They
will be given the run of the corn
field as soon as corn picking is
completed, and then later placed on
BREWERS USE MUCH GRAIN
LINCOLN, Oct. 22 (UP) Nebras
ka's brewing industry used nearly
25,000,000 pounds of grain and agri
cultural products in the manufacture
of beer during 1937, the Nebraska
brewers and beer distributors commit
tee announced today.
"The economic value of the brew
ing industry to the farmer grows
nore important each year," the com
mittee said.' "Last year's consump
tion of 24,738,310 pounds of agri
cultural products marked a gain of
7.280,265 pounds over 1936. Based
on the average prices that the farm
er received for his products Nebras
ka brewers purchases of raw ma
terials in 1937 totaled $ 608,891.85.
-Albert Bauer was at Lincoln over
the week end, visiting friends there.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan elites of near
Fremont were guests last Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
Mr. and Mrs. Homer H. Law ton
were in Lincoln a number of days
during the past week, having some
papering work to do for home own
Roland Rikli left last week for
Stanton, Iowa, where he has accept
ed a position on a farm where many
cattle are fed. Rolland is an expert
on feeding cattle.
Flemming W. Robb of the State
Banking department, was in Murdock
last Wednesday examining the ac
counts and books of the Murdock
Credit Association and found every
thing in excellent condition.
Mrs. E. E. Brunkow, living between-
Murdock and Greenwood, who
has been very ill for some time at
ber home is reported as showing con
siderable improvement, news of
which will be of interest to her many
Mrs. W. O. Schewe, who has not
been in the best of health for some
time, was taken to the Bryan Memor
ial hospital in Lincoln for observa
tion and treatment. Mr. Schewe goes
up often to visit the wife and learn
as to her condition.
A. J. Tool, H. J. Amgwert, A. W.
Wilkin and Henry Tool spent one
day hunting pheasants with Gail
McDonald at Hampton, Nebr. Dr.
C. J. Formanack and Bryan McDon
ald spent a few days more and all
enjoyed the outing.
Gust Brockhage was in Murdock
last week and was doing some
masonry work at the homes of Henry
A. Tool, A. J. Tool and Mrs. Hannah
McDonald, pointing up some brick
walls and making other repairs to
get the homes ready for winter.
W. O. Gillespie was delivering a
load of lumber to the farm of J. W.
Gambel. which was to be used in the
erection of a hog house for the farm.
This, with other improvements, is
making this farm one of the very
best improved farms in the country.
A party of hunters from Murdock,
composed of Henry A. Tool and wife,
Henry Amgwert and wife, Dr.
Formanak and A. J. Tool and wife,
went to North Loup and then on to
Hampton, where they hunted pheas
ants and as well visited at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Gail McDonald.
Lacey McDonald and Harry Gillespie,
who joined the party at North Loup,
went as far west as Stratton, where
they both hunted and visited.
Omaha Visitors Here
Mr. and Mrs. C A. Basock of Om
aha spent the week end with Mrs.
H. A. Tool and Mrs. McDonald. Other
members of the family joined them
Sunday with dinner at Tools. They
enjoyed hearing about the trip west
when a visit was paid to their daugh
ter, Mrs. E. H. Lowell and family
in Portland, Oregon.
Han a Family Get-Together
The Royal Neighbors are looking
forward with much pleasure to the
Family Party they will hold October
29 at their hall at 8 p. m. Each fam
ily is to bring a pie. Coffee will be
made and complete the refreshments.
This is the organization's first fam
ily party this year and all are
planning on a good time.
Happy Home Makers
The Happy Home Makers met
September 21 with Mrs. William
Schewe. There were ten members
present. The discussion on the Ex
tension work was led by Mrs. Alvin
Bornemeier. Officers were elected
for the coming year.
The October meeting on the 12th
was held at the home of Mrs. Her
man Kupke. A very helpful lesson
on a "Livable Home" was taken up
The next meeting will be held on
November 9, at the home of Mrs.
Busy Day for Murdock Pilgrim
The Pilgrim (L. Neitzel) enjoyed
one of the most happy days of the
year last Sunday. His visit to the
friendly Christian church at Platts
mouth was the beginning. The Sun
day school session was a blessed" hour
with the large men's class, which
our fellow townsman was privileged
to address. The preaching servicu
that followed proved to be one of in
spiration and profit. "Our dinner at
the Masonic Home with our many
old friends," says Mr. Neitzel, "was
a most enjoyable one. Mrs. Murray,
the very efficient Matron, provides
abundantly the good things that
keep her large family happy, con
tent and well. All speak well of her."
"Our visit with the 'shut-ins' at
the Infirmary was seemingly appre-
: Mr. and Mrs. O. E. McDonald vis
ited In Plattsmouth last Sunday.
Miss Margaret Sheehan of Omaha
was visiting at the home of her par
ents last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Bergman were
visitor in Omaha last Saturday, also
stopping to look after some business
on their way to the big town.
Anton Auserwald was in Omaha
last Wednesday, where he attended
the convention of the Nebraska
State Blacksmiths' association.
Miss Margaret Bergman, who is
taking a course in Nurse training at
an Omaha hospital, visited over the
week end at the family home in
Miss Mary Murphy visited in Om
aha several days last week, being a
guest of her brothers there, as well
as of a number of friends in the
Fred Flelschman has been having
the well at his home sunk deep
er in order to insure an adequate
supply of water for home use and
the live stock.
O. E. McDonald, who was seriously
ill last week and had to have Robert
McDonald come over to look, after
business at the amusement parlor, is
row recovered and back on the job
ciated; they are all very glad for a
friendly call and a word of encour
agement." "The concert by the Union orches
tra was a fitting close for this busy
day. We hardly realize how much
good we do by bringing a little
sunshine into the lives of those
lonely Pilgrims. Christian people
ought to visit them often and they
are so happy as you show an interest
in their wellbeing. It was a day
long to be remembered.
Candidates in the Field
As election draws near, the can
didates are out in force. During the
past week Murdock was visited by all
three of the applicants for Sheriff,
Homer Sylvester, Joe Mrasek and
E. W. Thimgan, as well as by Ray
F. Becker, candidate for Register of
Deeds, and Fred Carsten, candidate
for the Unicameral.
Visiting in the South
Ray Gamlin and family are mak
ing a. motor trip through the south,
visiting relatives and friends at
various places. While they are away,
Glen Harger is looting after busi
ness. Embarks in Oil Business
Paul Stock, implement dealer, is
having a gasoline pump installed at
his place of business and will carry
the Deep Rock products. Frank A.
Melvin was installing the pump last
Wednesday. It occupies the exact
location where E. W. Thimgan form
erly had a pump.
Attended Meeting, at Plattsmouth
A number of members of the East
ern Star chapter at Elmwood who
reside in and near Murdock, went
to Plattsmouth last Tuesday evening
to attend the meeting of the O. E. S.
chapter. Those going were Mr. ana
Mrs. I. C. McCrorey Mr. and Mrs.
Ft. Kuehn. Mesdanwss A. J. Tool.
Henry A. Tool and Hannah McDon
fid. and Miss Hansen, one of the
teachers in the Murdock schools.
Visited and Worked
Mrs. Claude Twiss, of Louisville,
and Mrs. Dakon, of Kansas City.
daughter and granddaughter of A
Bauer, visited in Murdock Wednes
day, and while here gave the Bauer
home a general going over and fall
Enjoyed Fine Party at School
Seventh and eighth grade pupils
of the Murdock schools held a cos
tume party at the school building
last Mnndav nieht. Prizes for the
best costumes were won by Olin
Wari nl Herbert Kuehn. A fine
time was had by all.
At the same time, the fifth and
sixth grade pupils held a picnic at
Huhge park, and although there were
no prizes given, all say a most en
joyable time was had.
The Swastika club met at the
home of Mrs. Harvey Heier on Fri
day afternoon, October 14, for theirj
first project meeting of the year.
The meeting was called to order
by the president. Twenty-one mem
bers and seven visitors were present.
The Collect was repeated in unison.
The October song, "In the Time of
Roses," was sung by the groups.
The circular on the "Livable
Home" was then taken up by the
project leaders. At the close of the
meeting, delicious refreshments were
served. Our next meeting will be at
the hoaie of Mrs. Martin Stretch.
. -Club Reporter,
again, while Robert has returned to
Avoca, where he recently moved.
IB. G. Wurl and wife with John
Luts as driver, were calling on the
voters of Manley and Avoca Wed
nesday. Mr. Wurl is democratic can
didate for County Clerk.
Miss Lorene Dall, who is teach
ing school near Plattsmouth, and
ber brother, Frank Dall, who is at
tending Plattsmouth high school,
visited over the week end at home.
' Rudolf Bergman was called to
Weeping Water Wednesday, where he
transacted business. During his ab
sence, Mrs. Bergman looked after
Henry - Mockenhaupt, of Lincoln,
visited in Manley last Monday with
bis cousins, Mr. and Mrs. C. EL
Mockenhaupt and Miss Sue, when his
duties as a game warden called him
to this vicinity.
John Stander and Frank Palicek,
the latter of Plattsmouth, made a
pheasant hunting trip out into the
state at the opening of the season
and were able to get their quota of
the elusive birds.
Seventy-one Years Old
Last Sunday, October 16, William
Sheehan, Sr., celebrated his 71st
birthday. All but two of his four
teen children came home for the day.
Those unable to get here were Mrs.
Linus Massoth, of Geneva, and Mrs.
Roy Reynolds of Kansas. A most en
joyable time was had by all.
Students Enjoy Picnic
Pupils of the upper grades of the
Manley schools enjoyed a pleasant
evening at the Kraft grove Monday.
They were transported to and from
the place by two members of the
Board of Education," Harrison J. Liv
ingston and Arnold SchlieferL There
was an ample supply of weiners,
which were roasted over the camp
fire and all had a splendid time.
While the older pupils were thus
enjoying themselves, those of the
lower grades held a very pleasant
gathering at the school building.
Armistice Day Program
The American Legion post at
Weeping Water, which has among its
members a number from this vicin
ity, is sponsoring a patriotic pro
gram to be given at the Manley
schools on Armistice day, November
11. This marks the twentieth an
niversary of the end of the World
war and the first time that Armis
tice Day 1b a. national holiday, hav
ing been so decreed by an act of
congTess passed at the last session.
An excellent program is being ar
ranged in keeping with the occasion,
and the patrons and public are in
vited to attend.
Returns to Home in West
Otto Harms, of Los Angeles, who
has been, visiting here for some time,
left Omaha last Monday night for
his home in the west. He was ac
companied to Omaha by Mr. and
Mrs. Theo. Harms and Teddy, Jr..
all of the group attending a show
there prior to the time of departure
of the train on which Mr. Harms
was a passenger.
Guests from Omaha
A number of Omaha parties were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman J. Rauth Sunday. Those
present included Mrs. Peter Peter
sen and daughter, Miss Nelle, Miss
Hedwie Sore n sen and Miss Ren a
Christensen, who has been making
her home in the city for a time and
accompanied them on the trip here.
A splendid dinner was enjoyed
with the guests returning home that
Surprised on Birthday
Harold Krecklow, better known as
"Knobbie," was passing his natal day
last Sunday, and in honor of the
occasion was surprised by a number
of his friends, who brought along a
delicious luncheon and with games
and social conversation all made
Democrats are Enthusiastic
A meetlne of the democrats of
Cass county was held at the Man
ley hall last Monday evening, pre
sided over by George E. Nickles,
county chairman. A number of the
county candidates were present, to
gether with Congressman Luckey,
who was the principal speaker. Mr.
Luckey told of conditions over the
country and suggested remedies and
above all counseled harmony and a
pulling together, not for political
supremacy, but tor tne Deuermeni
of the -country as a whole.
There was a feeling of optimism
over prospects of a democratic vic
tory at the polls on November 8.
Cass county Mas no condod In
debtedness, as, like the stale,
have paid cash for our hard sur
faced roads and other improve
jments as we went.
Laughing Around the World
With 1RVIN S..COBB
In The Order Of Their Importance
By IRVIN S. COBB
TN a small town in Scotland, the village storekeeper was noted far
f- and wide for his stinginess. He and his wife and Donald, a chore
boy who worked for his board, lived up over the store, and the story
goes that the old merchant would come to the head of the stairs at
0F2 tm Jv 1 'JM
cilfdfwn6 (wMcb Was whcn there were no more customers) and
"Ha ye put oop the blinds !
"Ha ye diluted the vinegar?"
"And Ha ye watered the milk?'
"And sanded the sugar?"
"Then coom ood to prayers."
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bogenrief have
moved on a farm near Alvo.
Miss Betty Clouse, who has been
working in Lincoln, returned home
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holt spent
last Sunday at Hampton at the Cecil
C. E. Sawde, of Tacoma, Wash.,
visited his niece, Mrs. Glen Peters,
Mrs. Ruth Dyer, who has been
quite sick, is somewhat better at
Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Coleman spent
last Sunday at the H. D. Coleman
home in Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Willis, of
Chalco, are moving to Waverly,
where Mr. Willis has work.
Jim Bright had the misfortune to
step on a nail last Wednesday and
is laid up with a sore foot.
Mrs. E. Hartsook, of Ashland,
Kansas, arrived Wednesday for a
visit with her mother, Mrs. Ruth
Mrs. Mary Talcott went to Fre
mont Friday afternoon to visit at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. 1
George Walling. , . j
Miss Marguerite Hartman. first
and second grade teacher, has ac
cepted a position in the Weeping
Water school. Everyone regrets
Miss Hartmans leaving.
Dorcas will meet at the Chris
tian church, October 28, with Mrs.
Nannie Coleman, Miss Edith Land
ergren and Mrs. N. O. Coleman en
tertaining. Everyone is welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Howard and
Mrs. Belle Hartsook motored to
Springfield Thursday night to visit
their sister, Mrs. Verne Shepler.
Mrs. Hartsook stayed for a longer
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Starky and
family of Columbus and Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Bastron and daughter of
Lincoln were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buck and
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Osburn and
family went to Ashland Thursday to
stay at the home of her mother, who
was taken to an Omaha hospital
where she underwent an appendix
Death of Sister
Mrs. Dora Leesley received word
that her sister. Mrs. Mary Sherman,
of Kansas City, Mo., passed away
Tuesday morning. Mrs. Leesley was
unable to attend the funeral, which
was held Thursday. Mrs. Dave
Behrns of Yutan is also a sister.
Farewell for Miss Hartman
Miss Ruth McKinney entertain
ed the members of the faculty at a
party Thursday evening at the T. L.
McNurlin home as a farewell for
Miss Marguerite Hartman, who has
accepted a position as teacher in the
Weenin.sr Water schools. A social
evening was enjoyed and dainty re
freshments were served. Mr. and
Mrs. Dewey Headley and Mr. - and
Mrs. E. L. McNurlin were guests.
. Death of Azariah S. Elwood
Funeral services were held at the
grave at Greenwood cemetery Friday
at 2 p. m. for Azariah S. Elwood or
Fremont, who passed away at a Lin-
cola hospital Wednesday.
"Dad" Elwood, as he was known.
was a former resident of Greenwood
and had many old friends here.
Azariah S. Elwood was born May
2. 1858, in Jasper county, Iowa, and
died, in Lincoln October 15, 1938,
at the age of 80 years, 5 months and
' days. He came to Butler county,
Nebraska, la 1876. In 1879 he went
to Kingman, Kansas, where on June
14, 1883, he was united in marriage
tc Mary J. Blake, who preceded him
in death 22 years.
To this union two children were
born, Bessie, who died in infancy,
and Carl S., who survives his father.
They returned to Nebraska, where
he has lived in several places, the
last eight years in Fremont. He is
survived by his son; two brothers,
Henry S., of Greenwood, and Hiram,
of Gary, -Indiana; two sisters, Mrs.
Lulu Finch, of Culbertson and Mrs.
Ethelyn Vilda, of Lincoln.
The Woman's Club had a nice day
for their membership tea at the
Legion hall Friday afternoon. There
was a good attendance and new mem
bers were invited to Join the club.
Officers of the club were hostesses.
L. C. C. Meets
The Ladies Card club met Thurs
day at the home of Mrs. Leon a Mc
Donald for a tempting one o'clock
luncheon. Five tables of players en
joyed 500. Mrs. Norma McNurlin
was a guest. The next meeting will
be with Miss Lulu Clymer.
Killed in Auto Accident
An accident on what is known as
the Gus Woitzel corner, resulted in
the sudden death of Mrs. Edna Ding
er at 5:30 Saturday evening, October
15. She accompanied her brother,
Paul, who was driving north when
a car ' from the east collided with
the Buckingham car. Paul and the
members of the other car received
only minor injuries. Both cars were
badly damaged, the Buckingham car
being almost totally wrecked.
Edna Ella Binger, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. D. Buckingham, was
born November 19, 1875, in Page
county, Iowa, and died October 15,
1938, at Greenwood, at the age of
62 years, 11 months and 4 days.
Her early life was spent in Iowa,
where in January, IS!) 5, she was
married to L. W. Welt and to this
union one son Clifford was born,
who survives his mother. With her
family she moved to Nebraska in
1900. Later in life she was married
to B. E. Binger at Kansas City, Mo.,
in 1913, and since 1917 has made
her home in Omaha. She is survived
by her son Clifford and wife of Cali
fornia, three brothers Ben and Faul.
of Greenwood and Clifford of Omaha,
besides a host of other relatives and
She was a loving mother, a de
voted sister and a kind friend. She
always had a kind word and a cheer
ful smile for everyone. Being of a
very generous disposition, her
thoughts were always concerned
with the welfare of those whom she
Funeral services were held at the
Buckingham home south of Green
wood Thursday afternoon, with bur
ial in the Greenwood cemetery.
"There is only a curtain be
Between the beyond and here.
They whom they call dead
have not left us.
Nay they were never so near;
Not dead, but only promoted.
They have entered the order
And there, neath the srailes
of the Master,
They will finish their labor
TOUGH ON FULLBACK
DES MOINES, Oct. 22 (UP)
While hia teammates were sleeping
peacefully, Clarence (Pug) Manders
star full-back on the Drake Univer
sity football team paced a hospital
corridor early today. At 9:19 a. m.
his wife gave birth to a 9 pound 2
ounce son. Pug went home to catch
a few hours sleep before the kick-off
of the Drake-Miami University game.
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