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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOUENAL
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1938-
Hie IPlattsmeuth Journal
PUBLISHED SEHI-WEEXLY AT PLATTS2XOTJTH, NZSILASXA
Entered at Poetoflice, PlatUmouth, Neb., as ecoad-ela mail matter
MRS. R. A. BATES, Publisher
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EAGLE B ITEMS
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rlvett of Lin
coln 6pent Sunday "with Mrs. A. M.
Mrs. O. S. Anderson of Lincoln
spent Friday of last week with her
mother, Mrs. Emma Judkins.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Wright drore
to Weeping Water last Sunday and
visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hite.
William Trunkenbolz and family
moved the first of this week into the
house owned by Rhynard Ketelhut.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hudson
and Mrs. Anna Earl visited relatives
in Missouri Valley, Iowa last Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mick of
Lincoln visited la t Sunday with Mrs.
Louisa Wachter and Mrs. Marie Ham
ilton. - '
Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Dana of Lin
coln were in Eagle on Tuesday, of
this week looking after some busi
The Eagle high school football
team lost to the Talmage team at
Talmage last Friday afternoon. The
score. was 6-0.
Mrs. Milford Axe and children of
Lincoln spent Sunday at the home of
Mrs. Axe's parents, Mr. and Mrs
L. W. Plersol.
Mrs- John Rockenbach, Jr., was
hostess to the East O Street Home
makers club at her home last Fri
R- B. Morgan and Mr. and Mrs.
C. 'E. Allen and Jack of Lincoln
visited at the home of Mrs. S. E.
Allen last Sunday.
Rhynard Ketelhut of Nehawka was
in 'town last Sunday and visited at
the home of his sister, Mrs. E. C.
Oberle and Mr. Oberle. .
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Jones and Japli
rand Mrs. ;Anna - Klietsch - wereV 4b
guests -of Mr. and Mrs. Fred HafeVn
Palmyra last Friday evening.
Cleo Bergman came home from
near Cambridge, Nebraska, where
he is employed. He will show his
stock at the Ak-Sar-Ben this week.
Word comes to Eagle from Mrs.
Emiline Umland, who is visiting rel
atives in New York state, that she
The Whistle Blows$
The Ball Sails thru
If You Can't See
Every Nebraska game is
broadcast play - by - play,
direct from the field.
1 :45 P. M,
. (Po!Hl Advertising)
. A Man
is greatly enjoying her visit there.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Daubs of
Fort. Clark, Ncrth Dakota are visit
ing Mrs. Daub's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Rockenbach and other
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Axe of Havelock
and Mr. and Mrs. Eimer Hughes and
Maxihe of Lincoln were the Sun
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
Mrs. Hattie Knadle of Council
Bluffs visited from Thursday until
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. E. C.
Oberle and other relatives in this
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Root and Mr.
and Mrs. William Hudson attended
the funeral services for an uncle,
Frank Rundle at Rokeby on Tues
day of this week.
The E. H. May family enjoyed a.
visit last Saturday afternoon with
Mrs. 'Ann Calloway and Mrs. Fred
May and daughters, Vada Jean and
Ruth Adell of Lincoln.
Keith Althouse, who is employed
at the Agriculture . Colege at Lin
coln, visited his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Althouse and other rel
atives Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Kattie Knadle of Council
Bluffs was the Friday evening din
ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. William i
Ketelhut. Mrs. Knadle spent Satur
day with Agnes Ketelhut.
L. W.. Piersol recently purchased
the property of the residency of Mrs.
S. E. Allen. The house is being re
paired and will be ready for oc
cupancy in the near future.
Roy .Beach was called the first
of last week to take the last exam
ination for entrance . into the U. S.
navy. . He passed and has been trans
ferred to Great Lakes, ' Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs- Valley Trumble and
family and Mr. and Mrs. William
Trumble, motored to Bradshaw last
Sunday and spent the day with Mr.
and, .Mrs. Elmer Trumble and family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hursh were
in Lincoln on Wednesday of . last
week and attended the funeral ser
vices for Ralph Tice. a cousin of Mr.
Hursh, at the Umberger funeral
Mr. and' Mrs. Paul Sutton and
daughter, Maria Mae came from Co
lumbus the latter part of last week
and are visiting at the home of Mrs.
Sutton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
The Eagle W. C. T. U. held a spec
ial meeting at the home of Mrs.
Sarah Keil last Saturday afternoon.
They completed plans for the an
nual institute to be held at the
Methodist church on Wednesday of
0. . S. Kensington. -
Mrs- A. M. Longman entertained
the Kensington at her home last
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. George
Trunkenbolz and Mrs. John Peterson
After a short business meeting the
remainder of the afternoon was
The hostess served delicious re
freshments. FIND NURSE'S BODY
SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb.', Oct. 25 (UP)
The body of Miss Isabelle Koner
han, 48, was found Monday after
noon buried in mud on a bank of
the Platte river one-half mile south
Herbert Thomas, of Benson, Neb.,
found the body while he was hunt
ing ducks" The body was badly de
composed and identification was made
through shoes and dress.
Miss Koncrhan, a registered nurse
is believed to have committed sui
cide. She disappeared from the home
of her half sister, Grace Garret, July
14 after telling relatives . she was
leaving to seek work eisewhere.
Vhfl Will JGfve Jfts Whole of
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Mooney were in
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Capsey were busi
ness visitors in Omaha Saturday.
Esther Kupke spent the week-end
with her sister Ruth, near Gretna.
. Mr. and Mrs.. John Kupke called
at the Conrad Reinke home Sunday
Mrs. H. Gakemeier and daughters
called at the John Kupke home Mon
Mrs. Oscar Dill and grandson call
ed on Mrs. Chas. Campbell Thurs
Joe Knecht and Vernon Dill were
in Louisville and Weeping Water on
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kennedy and
Doyle and Darlene visited relatives
in Lincoln Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Peterson and
family visited Mr. Peterson's parents
near Bennington Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dill and
son drove to Central City Sunday to
visit relatives and hunt pheasants.
Mrs. Oscar Dill and Mrs. Bern
ard Dill visited Mrs. Mills and small
sons of Murdock Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Livers, Verla
and Keith drove to Central City Sun
day to visit relatives and hunt pheas
ants. Mrs. Homer Carnicle and Mrs.
Bernard Dill called at the Fred
Backemeier home Wednesday after
noon. Harry Crawford, Burlington oper
ator, spent Sunday in Omaha with
his mother, returning early Monday
Miss Grave Christensen of Taylor
and Selma Jean and Mildred McCor
mick of Central City were week-end
guests at the Bernard Dill home.
Glen Weaver, accompanied by
Floreno and Wanda Scott drove to
Glenwood, Iowa, Sunday to visit the
girls' father who has been very ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reed and son
Bobby of Council Bluffs, la., visited
Fred and Glen Weaver last Sunday.
Mrs. Reed is a niece of Mr. Weaver.
Mr. and Mrs. Wunderlich, parents
of Mrs. F. J. Knecht returned to
their home in Nehawka Tuesday after
spending a week visiting their daugh
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Adams and
Mrs. Sadie Shrader of Nehawka visit
ed at the F. J. Knecht home Sun
day. The ladies are sisters -f Mrs.
Knecht. ; A
, Mrs b.HD-Mooftey and 'Ira. ,F. J.
Knecht attended the democratic com
mittee meeting at the L. Group home
near Louisville on Friday evening.
helping to make plans for a demo
cratic banquet to be held on Oct. 27
at 8 p.. m., in Louisville.
Enjoy Hard Time Party
Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Livers and
Mr. and Mrs- Wm. Blum entertained
about 60 friends on' Friday evening,
at a hard time Hallowe'en party.
Judging from the costumes worn
times are really hard. Mrs. George
Vogel and Mr. Floyd Ronnau re
ceived the prizes for the "hardest
time" dress. The evening was spent
Mrs. B. O. Mooney received the
ladies' prize for high score and Allen
Blum the prize for men's high score'.
Flcyd Ronau and Elda Thieman re
ceived the consolation prizes.
A delicious lunch consisting of
pumpkin pie, sandwiches and coffee
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that in re
sponse to a Petition filed in the office
of the County Clerk of Cass County,
Nebraska, on July 26th. 1938. bear
ing the number of sfgnatures of
"Farm Operators" in said Cass Coun
ty required by law; there will be
submitted to the Voters of Cass
County, Nebraska, upon separate
Non-Political Ballot, the following
"SHALL AN APPROPRIA
TION BE MADE ANNUALLY
FROM THE GENERAL FUND
OF THE COUNTY FOR THE
PURPOSE OF AGRICULTURAL
Said question will be submitted to
the Voters of Cass Count v. Nebraska.
at the General Election to be held in
Coss County, Nebrastca, on Tuesday
the 8th . day of November, A. D.
Dated at Plattsmouth, Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska, thi3 10th day Of Oc
tober, A. D. 1938.
GEO. R. SAYLES,
County Clerk(Ca8s County,
Cass County a 24 Hour Service at a Reduced Cost
Miss Augusta Robb was hostess to
the members of the Ladies' Auxiliary
of the Episcopal church.
- The Union football squad- was de
feated last Friday by the team from
Farragut by a score of 13 to 6.
Mrs. O. O. Thomas of Lincoln spent
several days last week visiting her
life-long friend, Mrs. Addie Cross.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fahrlander
of Ogallala were visiting with friends
and relatives here for a number of
W. A. Taylor and wife, accom
panied by Donald and Ivan Hoback
were in Nebraska City Friday of last
Glen Hoback, the extra agent and
operator for the Missouri Pacific is
working extra at Shannon, Kansas,
Wm. Karnopp and wife of Lin
coln, parents of Dale Karnopp, were
in Union last Sunday, guests at the
home of their son and family.
Mrs. C. vW. Hoback has been suf
fering from an attack of influenza
for the past several days, but is
feeling partially restored now.
Beginning this morning (Thurs
day) the Union schools will be on
vacation while the teachers are at
tending the state teachers conven
tion. Supt. Bugby and wife took a day
off last Saturday and drove down to
Peru where the folks reside and en
joyed a visit there, returning home
Gilbert Hull who with the family
have been making their home in j
Union for some time past, have ar
ranged to move to Plattsmouth in the
Mrs. Ralph N. Opp and two daugh
ters, Misses Margaret and Mildred,
were visiting friends and looking
after , some shopping at Nebraska
j City last Saturday afternoon.
Frank Bauer and sister, Anna,
were guests for the day last Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Armstrong where they had an excel
lent dinner and a good visit.
Mr, and Mrs. Carl Peters of Ne
liaska City were visiting in Union
last Saturday night, remaining over
Tor Sunday, guests at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
The members of the young people's
LAND; FARM and
FOR SALE Seven room house, two
lots, lights and water, gas piped in.
Priced right- See J. Howard Davis.
Choice alfalfa hay, loose or baled.
Some Buff Orpington cockerels. See
Russ Todd. o24-2td-2tw
Heavy boned, good quality Hamp
shire boars for sale, eligible to reg
ister. Priced to sell. Leo R. Rikli, 1
mi. east of Murdock, Nebr. - ltw
FOR RENT- OR SALE
House and nine acre tract for rent
on Highway 75, half mile from Mur
ray corner. Tele. Murray 5517. Mrs.
Hansene Hansen, Murray, Nebr.
, FOR SALE
The Everett "Daniels 10 acre fruit
farm with good seven room house,
out buildings,, fine orchard on Lin
coln avenue paved highway. T. H.
Pollock, rhonje No. 1, Plattsmouth,
Nebr. I . o27-2sv
Ycu CAN'T make money selling
corn at present prices, but you CAN
t'o it by feeding it to piggy sows and
the pigs you get from them. Milk
cows and sows are still the FARM
ER'S COUPON BOND and the only
White" Spot on the farmer's map.
We have a' fine lot of piggy sows
(iarrowing in ten days to two weeks)
and milk cows. We sell them for
cither cash or on our easy payment
rian. i . .
NOVAK AUTO CO.,
' ' . Nebraska City, Nebr.
society of the Methodist church were
enjoying a wiener roast at the home
of Olney Easter last Friday evening
when they enjoyed the outing in the
open veTy much.
The former Ross sisters of Union,
Clara, Goldle and Essie were renew
ing a few of their old acquaintances
here on Friday. The ladies visited
friends at Kansas City. Their father
John Ross died a number of years
ago, the mother having passed away
only a few weeks ago.
Professor George Kuehl, superin
tendent of schools at Julian accom-
l pa n led by the wife were in Union
last. Friday, bringing with them a
load of boy students to attend the
football game between Union and
Farragut, Iowa, while Mrs. Kuehl
visited with friends during the game.
Heating Stove for Sale.
I have a medium sized circulating
heater in good condition for sale.
C. L. Greene. ltw
Making Good Improvement.
Phillip F. Rihn, senior member
of the firm of Rihn & Greene, who
was taken to an Omaha hospital
when he was suddenly stricken wUhi
a severe illness more than a week
ago, is reported showing good im
provement and has the promise of
attending physicians that he may re
turn home in a few days. This is
good news for Mr. Rihn's friends
who are legion, that he may be able
to be back home again in a Bhort
Wanted to Buy Corn.
I desire to purchase good yellow
corn, shelled or in the ear. Melvin
R. Todd, Union. ltw
Four Score and One.
That marked the pilgrimage of
Mrs. Minnie Anderson last Thurs
day when her son, Frank Anderson
entertained at a birthday dinner for
the mother, who has traversed the
four score and one years. Mrs. An
derson was born on October 20, 1857
and has many friends not alone in
Union which has been her home for
many years, but in all points of the
compass. The birthday dinner at the
(Political Advertising) (Political
t - ;r oS Cass Goeanty ,
General Election, Tuesdayj'rJdvember G, ' 1930
C. E. LEDGWAY
Clerk of the District Court
Bern, Eearcd and Educated
in Cass County
"Well qualified to hold the
position to which he aspires.
Your Support will be Appreciated
- t'A.XDIDATK roil 1
Born in Cass county in 1887 and
lias lived here all his life.
lias always been a public spirited
citizen. Pledged to give you 24
hour service at a reduced cost.
RAY F. BECKER
CAJi D1DATK l'OK
Register; of Deeds
lived in Cass County all his life. ,
Served a partial term as Dep
uty Sheriff and amply proved
his worth as a public servant.
Will serve the entire county
faithfully and impartially.
Your ?apportvwill be Appreciated
RAY E. NORRIS
He will appreciate your surport
at the general election.- Has lived
his entire life on a farm in the
central part of the Second district
and if he is elected he promises
to serve the entire district impar
tially to the best of his ability.
home of her son, Frank Anderson
was attended by members of the fam
ily who enjoyed a very fine dinner.
During the afternoon some ten of her
lady friends came to visit her and
spent the afternoon together. Mrs.
Anderson was pleased as a great
granddaughter was born out in the
state, a daughter of her granddaugh
ter, formerly Miss Marjory Arn.
Entertained Lady Friends.
Mrs. Wm. Barritt entertained at
her home last Fdiday the card club,
when she had as her guests Miss
Pearl Banning, Mrs. Dale' Karnopp,
Mrs. M. G. McCarroll, Mrs. Joe Ban
ning, Mrs. Nels Madison, Mrs- Ralph
N. Opp and Mrs. Eugene Roddy.
Had a Hilarious Time.
That is Just what the high school
did last Friday when they gave the
initiation to the new members of the
freshman class of the Union high
school. Many if the class felt that
they were getting it a little rough,
but that is the way they do.
Amusement Parlor Burglarized.
The amusement parlor of Ray
- P - rambIett was entered and robbd
last Friday evening . when the
marauders not only took the slot ma
chine, but also candy, cigarettes and
other goods. No elude has yet been
obtained as to who the robbers were.
Has Picture Taken.
Bette Ann Baker, the candidate
for Apple Harvest queen from Union
was among the three selected by' the
Pitstick Studio to have pictures
taken and will be used in advertising
next year's festival at Nebraska City.
1 to $3.
CASH FOR DEAD HORSES
50c per 100 lbs. for Hogs!
For Prompt Service, Reverse
Calls to Market 3541, Omaha
The Fort Crook
Advertising) (Political .Advertising)
JOHN E. TURNER
Born and reared in Cass county.
Experienced, Courteous, Efficient
and Economical. Has safeguarded
the funds of Cass county during
the depression without loss of a
single cent. His record as County
Treasurer merits your confidence
and support and warrants his re
election. Vote for John E. Turner
and insure continued economical
and safe handling cf public funds.
GEO. R. SAYLES
iu:-ki.ixtix AS '
Born and Raised in Eight Mile
Grove Precinct, Cass County.
Well known as an experienced,
efficient and accommodating pub
lic official. Always at yoifr service.
1 Henry C. Backemeyer
In office by appointment to fill
vacancy. Has had nine months ex
perience in supervising tie gen
eral affairs of the county. Stands
for economy and fair treatment in
all of his dealings with the public.
Ycur Support will be Appreciated
ROBERT M. MANN
CANDIDATE FOR ,
Graduate University of Nebraska
College of Engineering
Born and raised in Cass county.
A quiet, but capable young man,
well qualified in every way for
the office he seeks. Vote for Mann.
Jonathan, Grimes Golden
and York Imperial Apples
on Sale Sunday, Oct. 30th
Bring Jugs, Kegs, Tanks, in fact
any old container. May be your
last chance! Come to
17. 0. Banning Orchard
Look in the glass and if
it's not good . . . bring
your head here for a fit
ting of our new Fall Hats.
YES. WE HAVE THE
Where Quality Counts 0
is paying for a home .
for you? or your landlord?
You don't rent your auto
mobile, because it is more
satisfactory and cheaper
to own it.
Why not own your own
heme . . . paid for with
rent-like payments ?
Nebr. City Federal Savings
& Loan Association
Chartered and Supervised by
U. S. Government .
An Approvctl Theatre Short Iok
j Content I'lctnrm!
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
lOl III. K KIMTI HK
Wnj-iie Mcrrlx ru I'rlnrdla l.anr In
'Men are Such Fools'
It'3 funny but it's true. A preat Ktory.
Alxo Krm lajimrl nml Tnrrnn lu
Also Illck Trnoy Serial and Floy. I ;I
lionM AiIvcMitnrc Slopy. Matinee Satur
day at 2:30. Two shows each night.
Adults 25c Children. . .100
Sunday - Monday - Tuesday
SIM0C Y TR.iCV, MICKKV ItOONKV la
The picture you've been waiting to
see! Ion't miss it! Also Comrily. 1'op
rj'e inn! wr; No raise in admission.
SIMMV MA TIX KK AT 2:3
Mfiht Show. 7 mill 1
Matlnco, 10-25o Niahts, 1C-30c
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
IX l lib n FKATtltK
Arlccu Whelnn nu4 Don liinlir In
Ellis Island The World's Oateway to
Liberty. And Mlchnrl Whalru and
l,jnu llari in the exciting picture
'Speed to Burn'
I'acked with the thrills of the most
exciting sport in th world. 23c and 15c
Theatre . Nebraska City
,Sat., Sun., Mon., Tues.
rxntV. 2:.10 COXTIXVOIS
Balcony, Always . - - - 20
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