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MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1929.
PIATTSilOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL
The Cass county precinct com
munity committeemen are now estab
lishing wheat allotments for 1940
which will be mailed out in the
near future. Check of compliance
is now In full swing. 524 farm
plans for participating In the 1939
agricultural conservation program
have been checked out to the farm
reporters who are taking actual meas
urements as to acres and classifica
tion of the crops on the farm to
determine the payment of the var
ious farms visited.
County Committeeman Mr. Blum
states that we have received notice
of the issuance of the first checks for
wheat losses in the amount of
$235.50. Up to date there has been
reported 200 wheat losses in the
county and the work of inspecting
these losses is progressing rapidly.
County Committeeman Mr. Kaffen
berger, announces that instructions
for 1929 wheat loans have been re
ceived at the county office. Wheat
must be stored 30 days prior to in
spection for 1939 loans.
Q. If we did not sign NC-R-303
farm plan or parity slip, will our
farm be checked for compliance?
Q. Who is eligible for 1939 wheat
A. Eligible producers are any per
sons, associations, or corporations
producing wheat, upon whose farms
the 1939 wheat acreage allotment
has not been exceeded. Xon wheat
allotment farms will not be eligible
What are the requirements for
the storage structure?
A. The bin or granary must be in
such condition that it will (a) hold
grain without loss of quantity (b)
protect grain from rain, snow and
ground water, (c) provide protec
tion from damage by birds, mice and
rats, (d) be suitable for effective
fumigation and (e) provide reason
able protection aganist fire or" wind.
Q. Where may the wheat for 1939
loans be stored?
A. Eligible storage shall include
farm storage and public grain ware
houses. Q. What lending agencies will be
available on 1939 loans?
A. Any bank, cooperative market
ing association, or other corporation,
partnership or person having a con
tract with the Commodity Credit Cor
poration. Q. What date will 1939 wheat
A. All farm storage loans will ma
ture on April 30th, 1940. Warehouse
loans will mature seven months from
the respective dates but not later
than April 30th 1940. All loans will
bear interest at the rate of 4 per
cent per annum.
HOLD BUSINESS MEETING
Fifteen members of the Murray
Christian aid society met at the
home of Mrs. Margaret Urendel on
Wednesday, May 17th. They discuss
ed the business and worked on ma
terial for a bazaar. A final social
time was had. A delicious lunch was
The next meeting will be with
Mrs. Frank Scott on June 21.
VISIT AT LINCOLN
Scarl S. Davis and son, Stephen
were in Lincoln Wednesday visiting
with Mrs. Mary M. Davis, mother
and grandmother, respectively, of the
two men. While there they visited
other friends and attended to some
HONORED AT SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
Last Monday afternoon, preceding
the marriage on Wednesday of Miss
Esther Tritsch to 'Oliver Meisinger,
Mrs. Tillie Bomberg. Mrs. Edgar
Meisinger and Mrs. Golda Wiles were
associate hostesses at a briday show
er, held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Tritsch. parents of the bride.
Nearly 100 friends attended.
An enjoyable program was render
ed during which Mrs. Elbert Wiles
played two flute selections, Eloise
and Mary Margaret Cole and Eliza
beth Ferry sang, and two vocal num
bers were rendered by Mildred Ann
and Bonnie Jean Meisinger. All ac
companiments for the foregoing num
bers were played by Mrs. Roy Cole.
Mrs. Cole and Eloise also played a
piano duet and the Schafer sisters of
Nehawka, sang, accompanied at the
piano by Miss Florino Schafer. In
the games that were placed, Mary
Terryberry and Wilma Wiles were
On Friday afternoon, following the
wedding. Miss Catherine Meisinger,
bridesmaid' was hostess at a second
shower held at the home of her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Meisinger.
ixty guests were present. Miss Mei
singer was assisted in arrangements
and conduct of the games by Miss
June Keil and Miss Marie Thomason.
Sixty guests were present. Miss Mei
First prize winners were Mrs. Floyd
Becker, Mrs. Leonard Stoehr and
Mrs. John Farkening. Consolation
prizes went to Kathaleen Hike, Mrs.
Ed Tsehirren and Mrs. George
At both these functions the bride
was showered with many lovely gifts
for use in her new home.
On Wednesday evening, following
the wedding and reception at the
church, a very large group of friends
of the r.ewlyweds were entertained
by them at a charivari dance held at
the Eagles hall. Vince Kelly and
his band furnished music. Guests
were present from nearly every town
in the county and a number from
tiore distant points.
HAPPY H0MEMAKERS A
NEW 4-H CLUB AT MURRAY
The Happy Homemakers organized
their cooking club May 29, 1939, at
the home of Mrs. Everett Spangler.
Officers were elected. They are: Mrs.
Everett Spangler, leader; Yvohne
Deles Dernier, assistant leader; Ir
yene Meisinger, president; Charlene
Spangler, vice president; Leone Cool
man, secretary, and Beverly Brubach
er, news reporter.
Our first meeting was held at the
home of Charlene Spangler, June 13,
and for our cooking lesson we had
the making of chocolate cream pud
ding. All members but one were
present. Meeting closed with the hos
tess, Charlene Spangler, serving re
freshments. Beverly Brubacher, Reporter.
Miss, Marilyn Mixon, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Mixon of Lincoln,
arrived in Flattsmouth Thursday
afternoon and will spend the next
two weeks visiting with her aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Don Seiver
on West Oak street.
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f X'jr. i5l1?5&lh t&hS-Si O I I , Electric Utilities Exhibit Corporation, dedicates the Electric - ' i,YPFt?
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- 'AKJ AkWt&tr ' ' ' OF AMERICA, at the New York World's Fair. Two actual '
J-fS y ' ' 5 fJf?S &er-.w streets, complete in every detail, contrast life without electric "is
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; VI j v - ' ? V4, J '4 at the Naval Air Station here, participate in cross
4 f I ' If I country maneuvers. .
fWTt; J I PARIS FASHIONS-(l) Th.s bright mauve I A-'" - T J
M rough straw sailor hat hand of H.rtr .hade I ; - ' 1 I
LENS ARTIST HONORED
Ifor Thomas, staff photographer
for Collier's, whose work has
been chosen for the only "one
man show in the series of
photograph!? exhibits to be pre
sented at Atlantic City's Steel
Pier this summer. He is noted
both for action news shots and
pitcher, who frae
tured his ankle a
few months ago, is
shown limbering up his arm. He is
needed by the teem at the moment,
since Wes Ferrell was recently released.
PARIS FASHIONS (1) This bright mauve
rough straw sailor has a band of darker shade
finished at the side. (2) An extremely fetching
white satin blouse, stampe'd with copper designs
and tied in two places.
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EVERY DAD HAS HIS DAY on June ISth which Father', n.v
This date is set aiide as Giftmas for Dad. Beautiful Cynthia Hope,
picture starlet, gives her Dad a gold-plated Ronson to celebrate in the
TO ITALY IN
YAWL NeW York
City Capt John
Martucei and his
wife prepare to cast off in their 36-foot yawl Iris on a
long vacation jaunt to Itafy. A crew of four will ac
FASHIONS VIA CABLE A fashion
ensemble from London is shown in this
style picture transmitted to. New York
by Western Union cable photo, the new
method of transmitting pictures by ocean
SEALYHAM DOES TRICKS Hollywood, Calif. Jane Bryan
puts her prize Sealyham through a few tricks while waiting her
turn to go before the camera. gy
Takes Up Duties
Son of the Late William Richardson
Jr., of This County and Member
of Two Pioneer Families.
Gene Richardson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hugo Heyn of Omaha, enter
ed the United States naval academy
at Annapolis, Maryland. Mr. Rich
ardson, a former Plattsmouth young
man, will be the second to go to
Annapolis for the naval training, the
first being Ensign James M. Robert
son,, who graduated the week of May
28. The young man was accompanied
there by his parents as well as his
3ister and brother. Marge and Jim
From Maryland Mr. and Mrs. Heyn
and two children left for New York
and attended the world's fair, and
then went on to Canada before re
turning to their home in Omaha.
Gene is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
B. V. Livingston of this city and
3on of the late William Richardson
of Mynard. He has many aunts and
uncles living in this territory.
RETURNS FROM THE WEST
Mrs. A. Dove Asch of Villa Asch,
near .Murray, returned nome inurs-
day from a most delightful visit to
the west coast and California and in
which she found many places of In
terest to spend several weeks.
Mrs. Asch was a visitor at the San
Francisco exposition and Its many
wonders and beauties and enjoyed
this to the utmost altho the weather
at the time was quite cold. At
iiViicnn U'hpro oh a irmfta a atnn cho en-I
joyed seeing the great raisin indus
try at its best, this being one of the
largest plants of its kind in the
During her stay at Los Angeles
Mrs. Asch was the guest of friends
and had the opportunity of seeing
all of the points of interest in that
.'part of the coast and which included
the famous policemen's pistol range
toward the mountain sections. At
Los Angeles she also met Lee Kniss,
mail carrier at Murray for many
years, who motored around the var
ious cities in the Los Angeles area
with the old friend from Nebraska.
National Guard Units That Served
at Camp Cody and Overseas to
Meet at Webster City, la.
A reunion of the "Sandstorm." 34th
division of the United States arrny in
the World war. Is planned for July
22-23 at Webster City, Iowa, where
the Iowa committee is arranging for
a very line program that will bring
together those who had served in
the division at Camp Cody, New
Mexico, and overseas.
There are a great many In Cass
county that served on this division,
composed of the national guard
troops of Iowa. Nebraska, Minnesota
and South Dakota.
The units that comprised the divi
sion was composed of the following
organizations and the groups from
which they were formed:
34th Headquarters troop Troop
A 1st Iowa Cavalry.
125th MG Rn-Co. Ti. 1st Iowa
Cavalry. MG Co.. 3rd Minnesota Inf.,
1st Bn 2nd Iowa infantry.
C7th Infantry Brigade headquar
tersIowa brigade headquarters.
126th MG Bn 2nd Bn Iowa In
fantry, MG company Cth Nebraska
133rd infantry 1st Iowa infantry.
134th infantry 5th Nebraska in
fantry. 68th brigade headquarters Head
quarters Minnesota brigade.
127th MG Bn Troop C 1st Iowa
cavalry, MG Co., 4th Nebraska In
fantry, 3rd Bn 2nd Iowa infantry.
135th infantry 1st Minnesota in
fantry. 136th Infantry 2nd Minnesota
59th Artillery Brigade.
125th field artillery 9rd Minne
sota infantry, less MG company.
- 136th field artillery 1st Iowa
127th field artillery 4th Nebras
ka infantry less MG company.
109th Trench Motor Co. Head
quarters Co., 2nd Iowa Infantry, sup
ply company 2nd Iowa Infantry.
109th Engineers Bat. 1st Iowa
engineers, headquarters company,
supply company, an(J 2nd battalion
5th Nebraska infantry.
109th Field Signal batallion Co.
C, Iowa signal corps, Co. B Nebraska
109th headquarters and military
police 1st batallion 6th Nebraska,
less companies C and I).
109th Ammunition train Iowa
ammunition train, troop I) 1st Iowa
109th Supply train 3rd batallion
Cth Nebraska, less Co. I).
109th Engineers Co. I Cth Ne
109th Sanitary train 1st and 2nd
Iowa ambulance company, 1st Minne
sota ambulance company. Co. D Cth
Nebraska Infantry, 1st and 2nd Iowa
field hospital company. 1st Minne
sota field hospital company. 1st North
Dakota field hospital company.
HOLD UNION MAN
Come to Lewiston Community Cen
ter to enjoy a good laugh and eat ice
cream and cake Friday, June 23.
Mrs. Nellie Furlong and daughter
from Steamboat Springs, Colo., and
Mrs. Lynn Stamp and Grace Pugs- i
ley spent the afternoon with Georgia
Come to Lewiston Community Cen
ter to eat the old fashiond ice cream
and cake. Everyone invited. June 23.
Homer Shrader and John Nottle
man ere putting up hay this week.
Bobbie Shrader has been spending
a few weeks with his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Shrader.
Come to Lewiston Community Cen
ter June 23 to a home made ice
cream social and enjoy a program.
Johnnie Rea has been spending
the week with Mr. and Mrs. Bob
From Thursday' Paily
Sheriff Mrasek was notified early
today by the police at Hamburg,
Iowa, that they were holding a pick
up truck and its driver there for In
vestigation. The truck bore on the
front a Lancaster plate and on the
tear that of Cass county, with the
registration from Cass county. The
sheriff Investigated the matter and
found that the truck was registered
in the name of a resident of Liberty
precinct. The matter was reported to
the Hamburg authorities who are
investigating the case further.
LAND, FARM and
FOR SALE Threshing machine,
eood condition, reasonable price
Lewis Mougey, Union, Nebr.
VISIT HERE FOR WEEK END
We have a coal and wood yard for
sale, also salebarn having two sales
a week, also a feed store. Will sell
any one or all of them.
C. A. HECK. Falls City, Nebr..
Two used Allis-Chalmer combines;
one Allis-Chalmer W. C. tractor on
From Saturday's Dally
Mr. and Mrs. George F.
of Lincoln arrived today to enjoy a rubber; one 10-ft. power binder and
visit over the week end at the home work horses. Chas. Vallery, Allis
of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Swatek I Chalmer dealer, Plattsmouth, Nebr.
and with other relatives and friends. J J12-3tsw
EH! lEttWl E1UE1RY!
AND WIN ONE OF THOSE CASH PRIZES THE
KORN KLUB IS OFFERING FOR AN
We are getting letters daily so send yours now. If you don't
win the S7.50, $5.00 or $2.50 you are still eligible for $1 prizel
SEND YOUR LETTER NOW TO
R. IV. KHOnn, King Korn Chairman
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