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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL
MONDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1938.
the Flattsmouth Journal
PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY AT PLATTSMOUrH, NEBRASKA
Entered at Postoffice, Plattamouth, Neb., aa aecod-clap mail matter
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A baby girl was born to Mr: and
Mrs. Wilford Greenrod last week.
Mcnte Lum transacted business
in .Lincoln, last week, driving over
in his car.
Edward Shackley continues in poor
health, having been under Che
w father for some time now.
Earl Freeman and family were in
Nebraska City Tuesday afternoon,
where they did some shopping.
Ward Pittman of Omaha came
down to see his mother last week,
bringing her Christmas greetings.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kokjer enter
tained the family of Henry Mage
llan at their home on Christmas
The country home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Baier was the scene of a.
P'easant family gathering on Christ
Elmer. Hennings and family went
to Omaha last Tuesday afternoon,
. where the kiddies enjoyed seeing
Santa Claus. .
Louis Allgayer has been busy of
late getting snow fence put up to
prevent the roads from drifting lull
this winter. . . ;
The Norris brothers were out with
a crew of six men cutting wood and
getting "ready tot the predicted
change in the weather. 1
Ralph Morley-and wife of Nebras
ka City were guests in Avoca at the
home or his parents, " Mr." and Mrs.
Ed Morley last Tuesday.
Oscar Midkiff and family and Earl
Freeman and family were in Union
Inst Sunday; whrc they were guests
ct the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Midkiff ' ' ' ' ' .
Postmaster - W H. Bogaard and
his - son Clyde, ' who operates -a . barr
ber shop at Otce.- were- pruests aj
the Thomas home in Shenand6ah;1bit
Christmas day: '-' ' " ' HoK i
Gccrge Shackley, the painter and,
decorator, has' been ; refinishing the
interior of I h " Congregational
church, which was so badly defaced
by the recent fire. ' ' ;
Elmer Hallstrom -was meeting with
the coiintybcafd in'Plattsmouth last
week inone'of the final meetings
before turning over affairs to the
new board early in January.
Dr. Brcndel and wife and Mr. and
Mrs. Carl O. fcaiser were among the
large crowd that attended the Fib
ber McGee show In Omaha last Sun
day, the proceeds of which went to
Rev. W. A. Taylor, of Union, was
in Avoca last week attending the
funeral of the late Peter N. Jorgensen
who was buried in the Avoca ceme
tery, following funeral Eervices at
the Congregational church.
William Maseman, who is a mem
ber of the petit jury at the current
federal co;:rt term in Lincoln, was
called to the capital city last week,
but on arrival there was released
from further duty until after the
Mrs. Ella Barker, chief operator
for the Lincoln Telephone and Tele
graph company at Malcolm, was here
visiting with her mother, Mrs. Anna
Meyers, as was also Miss' Clara Mey
ers, another daughter, and her two
daughters, Misses Deloris and Jane
Back at Work Again
A. W. Carr, Missouri Pacific agent
here, who was seriously ill for a
fortnight, is back on the job, but
has to get about with the aid of a
cane. He has been suffering from a
siege of lumbago. During his en
forced vacation, Glen Hoback was
looking after business at the depot.
Gave Excellent Program
The Bible school of the Congrega
tional church gave a fine entertain
ment at the church last Saturday
night, this being the annual Christ
mas program. -A fine treat was pro
vided . for the kiddies. - -
Peter M.' Jorgensen was born on a
farm five miles northeast of Avoca,
Nebraska, on February 6, 1895," and
passed away at an Omaha hospital
ou December-12, 1938. at the age of
43 years, 0 months and 6 days. '
He moved to "Avoca. in 1925 and
engaged in- the tee business and
later , trucking.: He sold this - and
bought the Standard Oil station and
continued in this business until his
"Pete": was a kind and loving son
and brother and is the first of eleven
children to break the famly tie;
He leaves to mourn his passing
his mother and father, five brothers
and five sisters. They are: Mrs. Lena
Behrns, Nehawka, Nebraska: Wil
liam Jorgensen, of Nehawka; George
Jorgensen, Nebraska City; Mrs. Clara
Kohl, Lamar, Nebraska; John Jor
gensen, Weeping Water; Henry Jor
gensen, Avoca ; Mrs. Mabel Johnson,
Shubert, Nebraska; Mrs. Elsie Mid
kiff; Avoca; Louis. Jorgensen, of
Wamego, Kafcsas, and Mrs. Marjorie
Palbow, of Cloe, Nebraska. Also a
host of other relatives and -friends.
Funeral services were held Thurs
day. December 15, at the Congre
gational church in Avoca, conduct
ed by Rev. W. A. Taylof. Rev. R. D.
Hall.- pastor of the church gave the
Scripture reiding and prayer. In-
tcrment was in the Avoca cemetery.
Visited Here Last Week
Mrs. Charles E. Wetzke. a sister
of Mesdames Wm. Gollner.' Marion
Pittman and John Nutzman, accom
panied by her daughter Ada, arrived
in Avoca early last week from their
heme in Red Wing, Minn., and have
3pent a most enjoyable week' here as
guests of relatives: They returned
to their home In-time for Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs." August Wendt spent
Christmas tlay at the home of Mrs.
Wendt's parents, Lyle liorton and
wife, cf Plattsmouth.- '
Mr. -and Mrs. -L. R. Stanley spent
Christmas in 'Lincoln with their
t!aughter,"Mildred, who is employed
kf' a saleslady in a Lincoln store. "
Mr a'rd?Mrs: Guy' lfinds and" the
girls 'were Christmas' day guests at
the home of Mrs. Hinds' mother,
Mts. Ellen Smith'who .resides west
ol Elmwood. ' " -:-
Roy Stanuley was in Plattsmouth
last Tuesday, looking after business
ai - the court house, and there met
the new commissioner Ray Norris
who is to take up the duties of his
office the first week in January.
Mrs. Gt-orge -Bickert,-' a sister olj
Mrs. Guy Hinds, who has been in
pcor health for some time, was able
to leave the hospital at Rochester,
Minn., last week, and on her way
home stopped off- in "Wabash ' for a
short visit with her sister-
Schools Give Fine Program
In years gone by the enrollment
in ths Wabash schools numbered as
high as 75 pupils, but with' the re
duction in population, the number is
below the score' mark. That fact
has not deterred the teacher. Miss
Cecelia Rehlanker, and her pupils
fiom putting on a Very interesting
school program to climax the first
half year's study. Although small in
number they are manifesting much
interest in their "studies and other
activities.' , ""'
Moving to Lincoln
After having made their home in
the vicinity of Wabash for nearly
half a century, Mr. arid Mrs. Oscar
Zink are locating in Lincoln, where
they will make their home. During
the more than a haif century they
have put in many a hard day's work
on the farm, being for the most
part rewarded with abundant har
vests. And in these passing years
have come inceasirig' friendships
among a wide circle of neighbors,
who dhilikc losiiig them from this
vicinity, but their con resides in the
capital city and they desired to 16;
rate there also, tfeith Munford.' with
the truck of Frank Marshall was
moving the goods and household ef
fects of the Zink family to ' their
new home' in the city. All wish them
happiness in their new surroundings.
: Fimily Gathering Sunday
Louitf Schmidt -and family were
guests at a. family get-together held
a', the Gust; Straich home on. Christ
mas day, -Those, present, included
Robert Stock and . family, William
Winkler, and family Louis . Schmidt
and family, Herman-R. Schmidt and
v.-if, parents, and' a -daughter Hilda,
who is married and lives in Lincoln.
Morris Penterman visited his wife
in Lincoln Christmas day.
Mrs. Thessie Wahl and son spent
Christmas day with relatives in Lin
coln. Willard Clapp -was looking after
business matters in Nehawka on last
Mrs. Emily Gonzales was a Christ
mas day guest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Monning.
Ronald Schlichtemeier and family
spent Christmas day in Murray at
the home of Ronald's parents.
Mrs. Herman Penterman and Mrs.
G. R. Eveland did some Christmas
shopping in Lincoln last Monday.
- Richard C. De Les Dernier and
wife transacted business and visited
friends in Plattsmouth last Monday.
Charles E. Wood and wife enjoy
ed having all the members of the
family home to share Christmas din
ner' wit It them. ' ;"- '
The' series of drawings which
have been sponsored by the Elmwood
business men came to a close Satur
day night, December 24.
Mr. and Mrs. Milo . Frisbee and
the kiddies enjoyed Christmas day
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Miller, at Murdock.
Mrs. AbI Beauholder and daughter
Sylvia arrived last week for a visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. D.
Quellhorst," remaining over . Christ
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Stark and
lamily spent , Christmas day at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Miller,
in Lincoln. Mrs. Miller is a sister
(.! Mr. Stark.
Mrs. W. A. Cook was hostess at
ner home northwest of town on
Christmas day, having as her guests
her .son and wife and her. mother,
Mrs. Catherine Perry.
' Although Sunday is in reality
Christmas day, today (Monday) is
being observed in Elmwood as the
holiday, with many of the business
houses of the town closed.
Stewart Rough was a guest at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard De
Les Dernier last Sunday. He expects
to leave soon for Les Angeles, where
hp will spend the winter.
The floor at the community build
ing has become rough .and uneven
through .years of usage, and so is
being sanded and put in the best of
shape for dancing and other uses.
if.Mr. Aand 'Mrs. Frank ..W Lorenz
had as guests at their, home here last
Sunday, their son Arthur Lorenz and
family, and their daughter, .. Miss
Catherine Lorenz, who lives in Om
aha. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Greene and
family were Christmas day guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Keckler. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Keck
ler. parents . of Richard, were also
Mrs. Lucy Lyle, chief operator at
the telephone office, has been. suffer
ing from an attack of flu, but re
fused to give up and continued at
Iwr work, and is now feeling consid
erably better. .
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Eveland were
in Weeping Water Monday evening,
where they attended a school of in
struction .held at the Masonic lodge
room, and also enjoyed the oyster
supper that was served after the
Orville .Weidick, who has been
farming the .William Hayes estate
farm east of Elmwood, moved to town
last .week, following-his recent sale
cf farm implements. He has not yet
decided just what he will do the
. Miss Irene Plyraalc spent Christ
mas day at the home of . her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Plymale, of
Ashland. She spent three days last
week at. the University. -hospital in
Omaha, receiving treatment, and is
feeling much improved.
.Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Both well and
daughter Jean Adair, together with
Grandfather Oscar. Turner had as
their .Christmas day guests at the
Eothwell. home County Treasurer
John E. Turner, wife and daughter,
of Plattsmouth. ...
Saw the Town Grow
x Elmer Boylcs is another of the
old residents who has witnessed the
birth and growth of Elmwocd. He
has lived in Cas3 county 63 years,
coming. to Nebraska with his par
ents from their home in Black Hawk
county, Iowa, and crossing the Mis
souri river at Nebraska City, a then
lively town in the new west. Two
years later his brother, Simon Boyles,
Alvo 'banker, came and settled in
-Had Them All Fooled
Dave Interline, who is somewhat
ot a. joker. when it comes to contriv
ing out-of-the-ordlnary schemes, has
a -son who is his equal in every way. -Last
week the lad rigged up a deco
rated Christmas tree, which was set
on a bracket attached to the inside
of '.the door leading, to the cream, sta
tion so it would swing out of the
way with the door, but to all appear
ances was just setting in the way
and would be toppled over as the
door was opened. .Anumber..of those
coming to the station called out to
those inside to take the tree away or
it. would be upset. "No, come right
in," they were advised and to their
amazement, as the door was opened.
the tree moved back out of the way
only to return as the door closed.
Enjoyable Family Dinner
Christmas was' fpatured at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harley
by a very delightful fathering of
the members of the family. Those
present included ' Bud White and
family of Valley, Harry Queen and
family of Lincoln,' Oscar Guesk and
wife of Syracuse and Harry Rippey
and family of Tecumseh.
Christmas in the Conntry
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fleischman
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles West, who
are very close friends, get together
each Christmas day, sometimes in
town at the West home and other
times in the country at the Fleisch
man home. This year the meeting
was in the country, where the two
families spent a most enjoyable day
Fire Department Elects
At the fire department meeting
last Monday night, the officers of the
past year were all re-elected, being
as follows: Louis Klemme, president;
Kenneth West, vice president; Elmer
J. Shreeves, secretary; Morris Pen
terman, treasurer; Ted Brinton
chief; Ralph Gamble, assistant; Don
Parish, chief of hook and ladder and
James Lytle, assistant.
Enjoyed Visit from Son
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Dehnning en
joyed a visit during the past week
from their son', Louis Dehnning and
wife of Enid, Oklahoma. All of them
went to Emerald,' where they were
guests at a silver wedding anniver
Visiting in California
Mr. and Mrs. Orest Cook and Mrs
W. A. Cook, mother of Orest, left
recently for California, where they
will spend several weeks, getting
away from the winter weather that
usually prevails in Nebraska, but so
far has failed to put in its appear
Dinner at' Editor's Home
George W. Blessing, publisher of
the Leader-Echo, entertained all the
members of the force at a Christmas
Christmas Greeting from Alaska
Christmas greetings have come to
friends here from. Dr. and Mrs. Henry
Clement of Wrangell. Alaska. This
is the first word received here to
the effect that Mr. Clement has ac
quired a wife and will be an occa
sion for congratulations on. the part
of his friends.
Churches Observe Christmas
Last week all the churches sep
arately observed Christmas day.
The event was observed by the
Christian church Thursday evening
with a very appropriate program in
which a Christmas tree was featured
and a very appropriate program
Friday the members of the Metho
dist Bible school and the ladies
organization presented a very inter
esting program that was in keeping
with the season.
Saturday night the members of
the Evangelical church gave a very
worthwhile entertainment in which
the members of the . Bible school and
ladies of the church joined in pre
senting a program. There were gifts
for the kiddies. ,
All in all Elmwood folks enjoyed
a very fine Christmas season, with
good cheer and gifts galore.
M. I. S. S. Met in Lincoln
Now there was organized in Elm
wood nearly forty years ago a social
club composed of young ladies, all
of them. Misses, which have during
nearly four decade3 gone by the in
itials M. I. S. S., and aa time has
glided by many of the members have
forgotten what the initials otand for,
so after asking a number of mem
bers and others, we gave it up also.
However, they enjoyed a meeting,
which they endeavor to hold annual
ly, this time at the home of Mrs.
August Rosenow, of Lincoln, who is
a member. All the members, as we
stated, were Misses, . when the club
was organized, and now many of
them are grandmothers. Among
those from Elmwood who attended
the gathering at Lincoln were Mes
dames Emli Rosenow, Fred Lake,
Charles West. Vereua Olsen, Ralph
Greene and Harry Greene.
of Almanac for
Economical Boom in U. S. and Presi
dent Roosevelt to Help Check
European War Scare.
LONDON, Dec. 22 (UP) Three
will keep Europe in a state of alarm
in 1939, Old Adam's Almanac, one
of Britain's first'famoug astrological
annuals said today. Boasting of hav
ing predicted the Austrian crisis in
1938, 'the almanac covered quite a
range in its prediction for next year.
It reported that the stars fore
cast: ' : '
The United States . might be in
volved in war with Japan next De
cember. There will be serious labor
international crises- but no war
disturbances in America.
There will be an economical boom
in the United States.
A high German government offi
cial not named will be asassin-
The almanac predicted that Presi
that Roosevelt would play a prom
inent role in one of the European
crises, and that he -would be chiefly
responsible for avoiding war next
Other predictions included:
A decline in the prestige of Pre
General elections in Great Britain
Crisis on Germany's demand for
return of pre-war colonies next Aug
ust, and a Mediterranean crisis in
40 AND 8 USES GAVEL
OF BATTLEFIELD WOOD
MANITOWOC, Wis. (UP) v A
gavel made of wood imported from
the World war battleground of the
Ferme de Hurterise sector of France
raps the Manitowoc county voiture
of the 40 and 8 to the best semblance
of order this unit of the American
Legion's clowning division can pre
cent. The gavel is a memorial to the
late Frank Anderley of Two Rivers,
first president of the county voiture.
who fought in the Ferme du Hur
INJURED DOG PROPELS SELF
IN WHEEL CHAIR DEVICE
RANDOLPH, Mass. (UP) Uno, 11
years old, is believed to be one of the
few dogs in the world that gets
around in a self-operated wheel
After Uno was injured in an auto
mobile accident last April, his mas
ter, Richard Pilling, constructed a
truck-like contraption made from
two wheels of a child's tricycle, with
a hammock support for the dog's
body. Now, Uno is able to propel
himself by his forelegs, with his
hindquarters resting in the carriage.
ARREST IRISH LEADERS
BELFAST, Northern Ireland, Dec.
22 (UP) The home offices announced
today that 34 leaders and members
of the Irish Republican army had
been arrested during the night on
charges of plotting violence.
The announcement said police
learned "plans were prepared by the
Irish Republican army for attacks on
persons occupying prominent posi
tions and upon government and other
property during the Christmas and
New Year periods."
SENTENCE "OFFICE WIFE"
ST. JOSEPH, Mich.. Dec. 22 (UP)
Mrs. Fern Patricia Dull, the blonde
office wife" who killed her em
ployer and lover, William Holbrook,
today was sentenced to 14 to 15
years in the Detroit house 'of correc
tion. Judge Mark, in pronouncing sen
tence upon the woman who was con
victed of manslaughter by a jury
last night, recommended that she
serve, the maximum term.
GERMANS CRITICIZE ICKES
BERLIN, Dec. 22 (UP) In Ber
lin and other cities, newspapers de-
cribed United States Secretary of In
terior Ickes as seeking to stir up
sentiment for war against Germany,;
and that his remarks and actions
were putting a severe strain on re
lations between Germany and the
FARMER USES OXEN
WEWOKA, Okla. (UP) - Calvin
Alvin Rhodes, 71-year-old farmer,
tills his 25 acres with oxen. They
aren't as fast as modern farm ma
chinery. Rhodes said, but they are
'sure to et where they're headed."
Mr. and Mrs. August Krecklow
were guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Haws last Sunday.
Midnight Mass was celebrated at
St. Patrick's Catholic church Satur
day night, with a large attendance.
Frank Taylor and wife, of - near
Alvo were guests last Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Mr: and Mrs. Herman Rauth were
Christmas day guests at the home of
their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Plumquist, of Valley.
Frank Earhardt, of Nebraska City,
was a business visitor in Manley last
Monday, and also enjoyed a- brief
visit with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Bergman
and' children were Christmas day
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Koop and family, of Louis
ville. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mockenhaupt
and the kiddies went to Plattsmouth
last Saturday to see the docorations
and interview Santa Claus as well
as doing some Christmas shopping.
George Kraft, who was in poor
health, was at the M. E. hospital a
few days last week, where he receiv
ed medical treatment. He has since
returned home and is feeling much
better.' ' '
Mr. and Mrs. Theo ' Harms and
son Teddy spent last Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peters
near Talmage, and on Christmas day
were guests of Mrs. Henry Peters
Herman Dall went to Plattsmouth
last week to bring his son and daugh
ter home. The former is a student in
Plattsmouth high school arid the lat
ter teaches the Mercerville school in
the west part of the county seat
Herman Rauth -has the dead trees
in his yard cut down, the brush all
burned and the wood cut into stove
lengths; ' Removal of the trees has
gieatly changed the looks of the
home, but they were dead' and no
good there. ' ' '
' Mrs. Robert McDonald and little
daughter Nora of Avoca arrived in'
Manley bast week for a visit at the
home of her husband's parents, MrJ
and Mrs. O. E. McDonald. The husJ
band came later to spend Christmas
day with them.' : : : t ;
Enjoyable Christmas Day
' Mr. and'Mri' John C. RautK en-tt-rtaincd
on Christmas day at their
country home, having as guests Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Rauth and family of
York, and their daughter. Miss Anna
Rauth of Omaha. .. . :
Accidently Shoots Self
While V. H. (Bun) Roberts was
attempting to dislodge a shell from
the gun of -Leonard Stohlman, and
was heating it over a gas stove, the
shell exploded and the bullet enter
ed his arm. He was taken' to the
Veterans hospital for treatment. The
wound was not a bad one and he is
expected home in a few days.
Silver Wedding Anniversary
Albert Dehnning and wife; of near
Emerald, were celebrating their 25th J vised them to contact their congress
wedding anniversary last week. and nien to make the appropriation. Joo
Harry Dehnning was among those
present, as well as Mr. and Mrs. 11.
P. Dehnning. parents' of Albert, who
reside in Elmwood, Louis Dehnning
and family of Enid. Oklahoma and
Edwin Eaton and wife and daughter.
The Oklahoma folks were also visit
ing at other points in the county and
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Dehnning here. .
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King of Iowa
fies at Hearing
Says Company Proposed to Rtain Gas
Distribution Plants in the
State and Officers.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 22 (UP)
Robert King, president and general
manager of the Iowa-Nebraska Light
and Power company testified today
before the federal power commission
that only a small proportion of the
company's business is interstate and
subject to commission Jurisdiction.
He was the first witness at a hear
ing on the company's application for
permission to sell its eleetrlcal facil
ities in Nebraska to the Central Ne
braska . Public Power and Irrigation
district and the Loup River Public
Power district, Nebraska's so-called
King testified that the company
proposed to retain its gas business
In Nebraska and to retain a con
tract with the Nebraska Power com
pany for energy needed In Iowa.
He said the village of Summer
field, Kansas would be served by the
Central Nebraska Public Power and
Irrigation district. Employees of the
company in Nebraska, including of
ficers, will be retained during the
adjustment to insure service, he said.
King testified that the original
cost of all Iowa- Nebraska appro
priations was f33.500.000 of which
Nebraska holdings comprised $20,-500,000-
These figures did not include ma
terials and supplies valued at $200,
000, which would go to the power
district without charge, he said.
The total outstanding indebted
ness of the Iowa-Nebraska firm was
comprised of $18,500,000 in bonds
and $3,500,000 in demand notes to
the Continental Gas and Electric com
pany, parent company of the Iowa
Nebraska company. The final price
to be paid by the power districts still
is undisclosed. It will be based on
an independent audit of Iowa-Nebraska
earnings for the fiscal years
1936 through 1938 King testified.
King said that the ' amount cover
ed by-the audit was more than fair
because the firm made reductions
affecting earnings during the audit
period. '. ' ' ''
TCommissioher John W. Scott has
disclosed 'that Giiy C; Meyers, an 'em
ployee of the district, negotiated' the
sale. Scott asked whether Meyers
had been paid any sum by the Iowa
Nebraska firm and King replied in
the negative. '
STATE HAS NO PART IN WPA
LINCOLN, Dec. 22 (UP) Gover
nor Cochran reiterated today to a
delegation of discharged WPA work
ers that the state government has
no direct connection with WPA or
similar agencies and said responsi
bility for direct relief rests with the
counties. The delegation urged ac
tion to return them to their jobs.
They have been laid off due to a
, shortage of funds. The governor ad-
'Allen W88 spokesman for the group.
OVERCOME BY GAS
AMSTERDAM, Dec. 23 (UP)
Thirty-five children and their school
teacher, were overcome by coal fumes
when three starlings sought refuge
from the cold in the chimney of a
school,, a. dispatch from Sleldvecht
taid today. The teacher managed to
open a window and call for help be
fore she fainted. The starlings wore
killed by the fumes but the teacher
and pupils recovered.
SANTA FINDS HOT WEATHER
DUENOS AIRES, Dec. 23 ( UP)
People shuddered and turned their
heads today as they passed the Christ
mas displays in department store
windows and saw the bearded, fur
wrapped men imperlonatlng- Santa
Claus. The temperature was ncarinc
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and the day before it was 97.7.
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gettfnf up nlghta, swelling. fuffineea
under the eyes I eel weak, rvousv all
played out. ,
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acclaim than on something leas favor
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