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MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1939.
J. L. Carnicle was a Lincoln visitor
Rosaline Nelson who was very ill
is now better and back in school.
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Kitrell are visit
ing at the home of Mrs. Win. Kitrell.
Mrs. Helen Timm vtsiied her sis
ter, Mrs. Zamzow in- Ashland on
Jimmy Neuman spent Wednesday
night with his grandmother, Mrs.
Mrs. Carl HofTmeister is reported
as being very ill, having had a se
vere heart attack.
Mr. and Mrs. George Thimgan
railed on Mrs. Thinigau's mother,
Mrs. Wm. Kitrell Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Livers and
lai-iily spent Sunday evening with
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Livers in Ash
land. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Fidler and
Elaine were Thursday evening sup
per guests at .the home of Jason
Miss Florence Zaar, who is teach
ing at David City was a week end
isitcr at the .home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zaar.
,V 111. (. Ul llll 1C 1C1L liusj
Onawa, Iowa, after having spent sev
eral weeks visiting his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. J. L
Carnicle and other
Fred Weaver and Glen i.nd Mr. and -
Mrs. F. J. Knecht took Billy to Lin
coln Sunday evening where he will
take up his studies at the university
Mr. and Mrs. August Kupke were
Sunday evennig guests at the George
ogler home. Afternoon ir.icsts were
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gakemcier and
family of Louisville.
Miss Lauretta Burdkk and Miss
Helen Saunders were helping Rich
aid Haswell celebrate his birthday
Tuesday evening. The evening was
spent playing pinochle.
Mrs. Helena Timm and Mrs. Her
man Gakemeier were Thursday after
noon visitors at the home of John
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kuehn and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Wagner and family of Oregon have
returned from an extended visit with
Phone 95-93 We -Deliver
We give 5 to 1 School Votes!
Ad for Tues., Wednesday, Mar. 21-22
U. S. No. 1 Quality
EARLY 0HI0S, Bag $1.7S
WHITE COBBLERS, Eag $1.69 '
Beet. 10-lb. .
Cloth Bag with
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We give t to i OCtlOOl VOteSJ
Ad for Tues., Wednesday, liar. 21-22
Fresh Cut, 2 lbs..
2 Its. for
2 lbs. for
Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday
Will Give 5 to i School Votes on Subscrip
tion Payments, Job Work and Sale Bills
If Your School. Registers This Ad
Greatest vote getting opportunity of the contest is at
hand. Don't fail to get your payments in these 4 Days!
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS HSXIZSZ
New and Renewal Subscriptions. . . 3 15
Hack Subscription Payments 9 45
Job Printing, all kinds 3 15
BONUS VOTES Regular Opp. Days
Club of 5 New or Renewal Subs. .1000 5000
Order for Farm Sale Bills .... 1000 5000
DCN'T K1K5S THIS 5 TO 1 VOTE OPPORTUNITY
BE SURE YOUR SCHOOL REGISTERS AO
relatives. The Kueiin children are
enrolled in South Bend school and
Jerry Lee Wagner is attending school
Relatives and friends of Crawford
Bushnell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar
vin Bushnell have received word of
his rodent marriage. Congratula
tions are extended to Crawford- and
his new bride by his many friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Fidler and
Elaine were Sunday dinner guests at
the Otto Olson home in Ashland,
ibey report their nephew, Harold
Olson, who was so seriously injured
in an auto accident early this .w inter,
is now home and slowly improving.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Knecht drove
to Nehawka Monday evening. Mrs.
Knecht remained for a visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wun
dcrlich until Wednesday evening
when Mr. Knecht drove down and
she returned to her home.
4-H Club News Report.
The first meeting of the Aksarben
Forestry and Bird club was held at
the school house Saturday, Feb. 25.
The leader, B. O. Mooney and assist
ant leader. Win. Blum and eleven
members were present. The leaders
distributed club material and twigs
and buds of trees were studied.
The second meetinK of the Ak-
jarben Forestry and Bird club met
;at j o'clock at the school house on
Saturday. March 11. Due to bad
r0ads six members wer absent. B. O.
Moonoy, local leader, had charge of
the meeting. An interesting essay.
"Why We Preserve Trees," was given
bv Tom Carnicle. Kenneth Livers
was appointed to give an essay on,
"The Birds of March," at the next
meeting. The beys and their lead
ers then did some judging of win
ter cuts of twigs.
The next meeting will be held at
the school house on March' 25 at 1
o'clock. All members try to be pres
ent. Parents and visitors are invited
and urged to attend. Kenneth
Carnicle. news reporter.
Friendly Circle Club.
The Friendly Circle club met at
the home of Mrs. J. L. Carnicle on
Thursday with IS members present
The usual business meeting -was held
and the ladies voted to buy a stamp
ed quilt, which they will make to
sell, the proceeds to be used by the
Each lady is to answer roll call at
the next meeting with her favorite
memory gem. The meeting closed
with the Lord's prayer in unison.
The afternoon was then spent so
cially and some ladies doing fancy
work. Visitors were Mrs. Mollie Neu-
jnian and Mrs. Joe Peterson.
Lunch was served by the hostess,
jMrs. J. L. Carnicle and assistant hos
terscs. Mrs. Helena Timm and Mrs.
W m. Blum.
The next meeting will be held
Thursday, March 23 with Mrs. A
Peterson in her new home in Gretna.
Any member who does not drive
should get in touch with those wno
do so that all may have a way to go.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blum were
pleasantly surprised Sunday when
relatives came to help them celebrate
their twentieth wedding anniversary
Those present were Mrs. Ida Thie
man and Elda and Marvin Sutton
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reinke and sons.
Norman and Douald Rau and Mr
and Mrs. Wm. Blum, Helen and Her-
1 hert ami the twins. Everyone eniov-
iel the day very much.
LEAVES FOR WASHINGTON
From Tliurslay's Daily
Mrs. Cyril Kalina departs this
evening for White Salmon, Wash
inpton, where she will visit her son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Newell Pollard, for some time. She
will enjoy visitiug many of the
places of interest in that part of
jthe Pacific northwest while there.
Mrs. Lucy Lyle and Mrs. Floy
Buell were called to Lincoln on busi
B. L. Philpot, of Weeping Water,
was looking after business matters
in Elmwood last Tuesday after
Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Flaischman
and daughter, of Louisville, were
guests last Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Cook.
Mrs. Emily Gonzales, cashier at
the American Exchange Bank, made
a trip to Omaha last Tuesday to look
after business for the bank.
Ronald Schlichtemeier was call
ed to incoln Tuesday afternoon and
while he was away, Mr. Alford was j
looking after business at the garage.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Julian were
in Omaha last Sunday, where they
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Francis, who are cousins of the
Mrs. Orville D. Quellhorst and
son Brice and daughter Pearle were
visiting for a number of days last
week at the home of an aunt of Mrs.
Quellhorst. at Paola, Kansas.
Mrs. Morris PenUrniaii, who is
employed as a saleslady in a store in
Lincoln, came home to spend the
week end with the folks here. Mr.
rtnterman took her back to work
Sunday in the car.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green left
Monday night for the northwestern
part of the state, where Mr. Green
will cover the territory looking after
the sale of wall paper, and Mrs.
Green will enjoy the trip, as she has
cn numerous previous occasions.
James L. Hayes, who is farming a
few- miles northwest of Alvo, was
visiting the family and looking after
business here one day last week. The
family will remain in Elmwood un
til the termination of the present
school year, as the children are at
tending school here.
Miss Lola Enterline Was able to
get home last Sunday for a visit with
her parents, coming on the Missouri
Pacific and returning with a neigh
Lor. She had been unable to get
home the prior two Sundays and en
joyed the visit with home folks, as
did also the parents.
Surprised on Birthday
Kev. Fintell, pastor of the Metho
dist church arrived at another mile
stone on life's highway one day last
week, and in honor of the occasion
his wife prepared a special supper
and invited a number of friends in
to hcln celebrate the occasion. A
good time is reported by all.
Served Supper Saturday
The ladies of one of the groups of
the Ladies Aid society of the Chris
tian church served supper at the
dining room of the church last Sat
urday night, the proceeds of which
will be used to help carry on the
church work. Different groups will
conduct similar money-making acti
vities each month.
Wcik on Boad Besumcd
The snow and bad weather of th
past few weeks has held up work on
the road leading out of Elmwood to
the -j-st. but with the return of
better weather it is expected to rush
the job along. It is being carried on
as a WPA project and when com
pleted will provide another hard sur
faced road leading into the town, and
one that will be much used.
Has Many Chickens.
Emil Halke has been busy of late
caring for 558 baby chickens which
fie is endeavoring to try to care for
as well as he would expect "old
biddy" to do. All doing well.
Ed Pentennan Poorly
Edward Pentcrrnan, who suffered
a second paralytic stroke last week,
although receiving the best of medi
cal attention and care, remains very
critically ill. Mr. Penterman is be
ing cared for at the home of his
brother-in-law, William Winkler and
INSURANCE is the only
sure way of safeguard
ing your property. Don't
take chances on suffering
a serious loss when pro
tection costs so little.
See Me Today
Scarl S. Davis
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wife. The many friends of Mr. Pen
terman hope he may be able to
throw off the effects of this second
stroke and recover, but at the pres
ent writing grave fears are enter
tained of liis ability to do so.
Small Blaze Takes Toll
Last Monday a fire broke out in
a clothes closet at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Willard Clapp. As soon as
it was discovered the alarm was
given and in a very short time the
fire boys were on the scene, but the
blaze had been extinguished by mem
bers of the family and neighbors.
The contents of the closet, consisting
of a part of the family wardrobe,
particularly that of a daughter, were
a total loss while smoke damaged
the room and decorations to a con
Mumps Beplace Measles
Now that a large percentage of
the youngsters have had their turn
at measles, there has been a switch
in maladies to mumps. However, the
number of cases has been limited.
Practically all of those who had the
measles are back in school and the
quarantines have all been raised.
Jean Adair Bothwell, who was one
of the last to contact the measles,
it now over the malady and has re
turned to school.
Claus Landergren has been ill the
Ramon Newkirk was an Omaha
C. A. Mathis returned home Wed
nesday from the hospital and is get
ting along nicely.
Mrs. Mae Bauers entertained the
Auxiliary at the Legion hall Wed
Mrs. Blanche Ho ig underwent
an operation at Nicholas Senn hos
pital last Saturday.
Mrs. Ray Rouse and Mrs. Clyde
Newkirk entertained the Dorcas so
ciety Friday afternoon.
- Chicken thieves continue to oper
ate in this territory. Dota Buskirk
tad some taken Friday night.
Mrs. June Kyles spent the past
week at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. William Wallace, at Friend.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welton moved
into the Jeary property which they
recently purchased, on last Tuesday.
Grant Peters moved to a farm near
Murdock Monday. Miss Dorothy
Gakemeier is rooming at the Ersy
McNurlin home for the rest of the
A program was given in the High
school auditorium Monday evening,
consisting of musical numbers by the
orchestra and glee club and readings
by those in the declamatory contest
Frances Grady, Lois Cope, Telford
Stradley and Wayne Howard repre
sented Greenwood in the contest at
Auburn, Nebr., on Tuesday evening.
Frances Grady and Telford Stradley
Mrs. Mildred Comstock entertain
ed the Deal-a-Deck card club last
Thursday afternoon. Miss Nan New
sham was a guest. Next meeting will
be with Mrs. Mae Gribble on Friday
evening, March 24th. The club and
their husbands will enjpy a party
with Mrs. Ruth Leadabrand, Mrs.
Art Layman and Mrs. Ardis Stewart
Deeds. Mortgages and all sorts
of legal blanks fcr sale at the
THIS IS THE SEASON
IS YOUR PROPERTY
Miss Bear-, one of the teachers in
the Avoca schools, spent Sunday at
the home of her parents in Dunbar.
Dr. J. W. Brendel made a business
trip to Lincoln Tuesday, being ac
companied to the capital city by John
Miss Dorothy Gollner, who has a
government position in Lincoln, was
a guest at the homs of her rarents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Gollner, over
the week end.
Fred Emshoff was quite ill the
fore part of last week and was con
fined to his bed for a number of days,
but by the latter part of the week
was feeling considerably improved.
E. R. Straub was a visitor in
Council Bluffs last Tuesday, visiting
with his daughter, Miss Ophelia, who
is receiving treatment there. He re
ports she is showing very good im
provement. Both Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Terrell
were kept to their home during the
past week with a severe attack of
influenza. Mr. Terrell was feeling
much better by the last of the week
and was able to be about again, but
Mrs. Terrell was still pretty much
under the weather.
L. L. Larson and wife, of Ravenna,
were guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Calvin Carsten over the week
end. Mr. Larson was superintendent
of schools here before going to Ra
venna and they have enjoyed meet
ing many of their old friends. Mr.
and Mrs. Carsten recently visited
them at their home in Ravenna.
Attended Founders' Day Rally
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tefft and H.
M. Lum went to Lincoln Tuesday to
attend what is known as "Founder's
Day," a state-wide republican rally.
The day's business sessions were cli
maxed with a banquet in the even
ing, at which Senator Bridges was
the principal speaker.
Visited at Utica Last Week
Mrs. Caroline Marquardt. mother
of Fred Marquardt, has been spend
ing some time at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Ted Hile and family,
at Utica, and last week Fred and
wife and their little daughter Anna
drove to Utica on Friday for a short
visit, bringing the mother back with
Entertained Friends Last Sunday
Sunday guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Freeman were Dale
Nickles and wife, Cecil Nickles and
wife, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nick
les. Mesdames Dale Nickles and Cecil
Nickles are sisters of Mr. Freeman.
Community Club Meets
The Avoca Community club held
another of their well attended meet
ings Thursday evening. March 16.
Supt. L. S. Devoe of Plattsmouth,
whose ability as a magician is well
known throughout this part of the
stale, was present and entertained
the group with a series of magical
tricks. A luncheon of coffee and
sandwiches was served as a fitting
climax to the evening's entertain
ment. 75-ft. Wax Paper Qq
in Cutter-Edge Box for
Goblets or Sherbets
Green Glass, crt. special, each
Sizes 28, 28, 30. Each
Ladies' Fabric Gloves
Per pair, only
Close outs of better lines.
n n n
The Amazing New Shampoo
Medium size FREE when An
when you buy. large size for"tf J
Choc. Cov'd .Cherries
Fresh, in Bulk. Special, lb-
Easter Jelly Eggs QC
Fresh shipment. Per lb w
Easter Candy Novelties
l to 20 each
Golding & Stihal
Wed. thru Sat.
Oris Schliefert was looking after
business matters in Elmwood Tues
day of last week, driving over in his
Roy Steinkamp has been suffering
from & very lame back. He went to
Plattsmouth for treatment and is
now feeling some better.
Miss Antoinette Koubck and sis
ter of riattsmouth were guests over
the week end at the heme of Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Hohlman.
Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Harms and
son Junior were in Nebraska City
last Sunday, attending a birthday
party for Richard Peters, an uncle or
Mrs. Mamie Flaischman, of Oma
ha, a sister-in-law of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Flaischman. spent a number of
days last week at the home of the
John C. Rauth and Walter Mock
enhaupt attended a sale at the late
Byron Baker home last Tuesday and
Mrs. Mockenhaupt also enjoyed a
visit with his sister, Mrs. J. C.
Missouri Tacific Station Agent
Gleeson was at Dunbar last Sunday
w here he joined the w ife who had j
been visiting at the home of her ,
parents for a week. Both returned
home Sunday evening.
Rev. H. C. Cattau. pastor of the
brick church near Louisville, who
recently officiated at the confirmation
of a class cf young people, entertain
ed the communicants with a supper
and very pleasant evening Friday of
Theo. Harms and George Rau
i were in Omaha last Monday, where
they looked after business matters J
and 'later Mr. Rau continued on to!
Utica, where he is to spend somej
time, while Mr. Harms returned toj
his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Snell and
little son of Riverdale, Nebr., were
home to enjoy the celebration of the j
fortieth wedding anniversary of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snell,
and also enjoyed visiting many old
friends in this community.
Amusement Parlor Eurglarized
The amusement parlor of O. E.
McDonald was the victim of small
fry burglary during the past week.
The only thing disturbed, apparent
ly, was a vending machine, which
was robbed of its change.
Met -with Fellow Member
Members oT the Royal Neighbors
of America living in and near Man
ley, held their regular meeting at
the home of one of their fellow mem
bers, Mrs. L. R. "Wiseman, of Weep
ing Water, last Wednesday. All re
port a very good time.
Attended Birthday Party
Rudolf Bergman and wire, with
their daughter Miss Margaret were
in Omaha last Saturday night, where
they were guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Marion Group, and where
t'hey participated in the celebration
of the passing of the birthdays of
Mrs. Bergman and Mrs. Group. In
cluded among the guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Fullerton, of Omaha.
Bates Book Store
HISTORY PAPER, 500 sheets 31c
SCHOOL TABLETS, 10c value, 3 for .2CC
2C Bargain Table
GLASS VASES - JAM JAES
SALT A1TD PEPPER SETS
FANCY E0X STATIONERY
BOCKS FOR CHILDREN
Your Choice of Above Items
DECORATED NAPKINS, 3 doz 10c
FLASH LIGHT, 3 cell, ext. special 09c
BOOKS, for Boys, Girls, 50c value, 3 for $1
Odds and Ends in Box Papers and
Correspondence Cards at
If your school regiaters thia
Home from the West
Vincent Rehnieicr, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Rehmeier, who has been
located on a dairy farm near S-n
rrancisco. arrived home last wek
and is visiting his parents und
friends. At present, he is undeter
mined whether to remain here and
er.grge in farming or return to the
LET US DRAIN AND REFILL
YCUR MOTOR WITH
Also replace the grease in trans
mission and differential. Spring
is here and you can get 5 to 1
School Votes by doing it now!
GET OUR PRICLS ON
lA Vz or Full Barrels
of Motor Oil
lay in a supply this week and get
those extra votes for your school!
Hild Service Station
A FULL LINE OF
Smooth as Glass
Protect your property! Use good
paint! The cost of the material
is the smallest item on your paint
ing jobs. First in importance is
q-.iclity and durability!
Pittsburgh Paints. Enamels and
Varnishes go farther, give a last
ing coat of beauty and protection
and pay for themselves many
times over in the savings in labor
The new wallpaper rfUfrns are
more colorful and attractive than
ever "before. "Many" new and un
usual decorative plans are to be
found in our plan books. Come
in and inspect them for ideas and
suggestions on beautifying your
home this spring.
We will Gladly Estimate Costs
without Ogligation to You
Five to One School Votes on all
sales, paid on accounts and new
work contracted during the four
Opportunity Days . . if this ad in
registered with us for your school.
II. I. KQUGER
Paint and Wallpaper Store
north Sixth St. Telephone 1S5
50c Bargain Tabic
FCY. CIGARETTE B0ZES
SAIT AND PEPPER SETS
C0MP. POKER CHIPS
MGTTES and VASES
75c, $1 and $1.25 Values at
ad 5 to 1 School Volei!