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PLATTSHOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL
THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1939-
TThe Plattsmouth Journal
PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY AT PLATTSHOUTH, KEB2ASXA
Entered at Postoffice, Platttmouth, Neb., as second-claR" mail matter
MRS. R. A. BATES, Publisher
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Mrs. D. D. Wainscott entetrained
the Idle-A-Wile Bridge club at ner
home this (Thursday) afternoon.
The Thursday Afternoon Bridge
club met today at the home of Mrs.
Helen Clark, with eight members
Mrs. Daniel Sudduth has been in
very poor health for the past week
and while somewhat improved still
remains quite sick.
The ladies of the M. E. church
l.eld their regular mopthly meeting
of the M. E. Kensington Wednesday
afternoon with a good attendance.
Earl Oldham was in Omaha Tues
day morning with a load of stock
for a number of farmers and on bis
return brought back a load of feed.
George W. Toole was a visitor in
Plattsmouth Monday of last week
looking after some business at the
garage of the Cass County Motor Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Lorensen (Ida
Capperi) are the proud parents of a
baby boy born Saturday August 5,
at the Bryan Memorial hospital in
Mrs. Guy Jackson, of Lincoln, was
a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Clair
Wolfe, last week, while Mr. Wolfe
was at Fort Crook taking military
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fitzpalrick
and daughter, Ileen were in Omaha
Monday looking after some business
and Mrs. Fitzpatrick consulting a
John Jourgesen was in Omaha last
Tuesday morning with a load of cat
tle for a number of farmers and was
also looking after other business for
a short time.
The Red Cross members will meet
Monday evening to do some practical
work. They will make comfort,
to be given to the soldiers -abroad,
at Christmas time.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nickel, ot
Elmwood. were Sunday visitors at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. K.
Eidenmiller. Mrs. Nickel and Mrs.
Eidenmiller are sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sudduth of
near Murray were guests for the
day last Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Askew and were
accompanied by their son.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Richards of
Columbus w;rc callers for a short
time last Saturday night at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. A. O. Specht,
the two families being close frinds.
Ermond Moore returned home Fri
day from Peru, where he has Deen
attending summer school. He will
spend a month at home before be
ginning work as teacher in the
Miss Ora Cole and Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Johnson, all of Lincoln, were
in" Weeping Water last Sunday visit
ing at the home of the mother ot
the ladies, Mrs. A. M. Cole and en
joyed a very good time.
The latest message from Henry
Mogenson, who was taken to the
Veterans Hospital at Lincoln last
week is that he is feeling much bet
ter and that he is expected home the
latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lynn, of
Paducah. Kentucky, were visitors at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. D.
Bowers Wednesday, stopping over on
their way to Spokane, Washington.
Mr. Lynn is a cousin of Mr. Bow
The ladies of the Dorcas Society
of the Christian church served ice
cream and cake in the basement of
the church Wednesday evening. Dur
ing the evening a fine musical pro
gram was presented by members of
Mr. and Mrs. George Rhodes and
son Ted, former residents of this
community, but now of Conway, Mis
souri, are spending this week here
renewing old friendships. They are
the house guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Agnes Rough was over to
Nehawka last Sunday where she at
tended ' the Rough family reunion,
hejd at the home of her brother, there
being some 60 in attendance. See
fuller account elsewhere in this issue
of the Journal.
While here George W. Towle is
haying a rooT placed on the residence
at his farm northeast of Weeping
Water, the one next cast of the Chil
pon school, and putting all his prop
erty In condition,, repairing some
and painting some. . ' -
Mrs. J. M. Ranney returned home
Wednesday from Metamori, Illinois,
where she has been visiting with her
parents for the past three weeks.
She reports that there has been
plenty of moisture there and that
everything looks fine.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Towle
and son and daughter were guests
last Sunday evening for a 6 o'clock
supper at the home ot Mr. and Mrs.
Lodge L. Caygill of Elmwood. These
two families were neighbors on the
farm in the other years.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rhodes and
son Teddy, who make their home in
Missouri, but formerly resided here,
are spending a few days with the
many friends here and are house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gish.
They have been making their home
in Missouri for the past three years.
Henry Mogensen who is in an
Omaha hospital where he has been
under observation and receiving
treatment, writes Miss Anna Hart
that he i3 feeling fairly well and
that he is hoping to be able to re
turn home some time In the near fu
ture. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ohm, ot
Elmwood, were Weeping Water visi
tors Monday. They came to visit
Mrs. Ohm's sister, but found her at
the Congregational church, at the
annual picnic of tbe Welfare Society,
so Mrs. Ohm spent the afternoon
there with the ladies.
Wallace Warner and wife of near
Plattsmouth stopped in Weeping
Water' last Monday while on their
way to Alvo to visit their uncle.
H. H. Warner, who is nearly 94
years of ags and also took him to
Lincoln where they were going to
look after some business matters.
Dick Keckler and wife, who left
some ten days ago with destination
unknown, but with the Intention of
seeing as much country as they could
in the short time allotted them for
a- vacation, returned after having
been away a week but they traveled
over many of the southern and east
ern states and sure had a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Rasmussen,
Mrs. Fred Rehmeier and Mr. and
Mrs. Simon Rehmeier left Wednes
day morning of last week for Elgin.
Illinois, to visit Mr. Rasmussen s
brother, and then to Latimer, Iowa,
and to Clarion, Iowa, to visit rela
tives of Mrs. Simon Rehmeier. They
returned home Monday and report a
Mrs. W. D. Lenker and Mrs. J. M.
Ranney entertained the Cheer-a-Bit
club Wednesday evening by taking
tl-m to the ice cream social at the
Christian church, where they enjoy
ed the delicious home made ice cream
and cake which was served by the
ladies of th'j church, after which
they spent the evening at the home
of Mrs. Lenk?r.
The Ladies Welfare club held their
annual picnic dinner Monday in the
basement of the Congregational
church. No work was done at this
meeting, so the afternoon was spent
in a social way. A large birthday
cake was presented by Mrs. Mary
DunmeyeT, honoring Miss Maud
Moulton, whose birthda came since
the last meeting of the club.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Hutchinsen, ot
Kansas City, were visitors at the
L. P. Wolcctt homo Thursday. Mrs.
Hutchinsen. nee Hull, left Weepins
Water in 1887, when a small child
and had never been back to visit
the scene of her childhood days.
They were on their way to Salt Lake
City, Ogden and points in the north
west and then south to the fair at
San Francisco. From Ogden Mrs. J.
M. Kennedy and Mrs. Laura K. Cor
rick will accompany them on their
Appreciates Patronage of Friends.
After having been engaged in
business for a number of years, 1
have on account of poor health,- dis
poser of my cream and produce busi
ness. 1 wish to extend to my mans
friends, who have so loyally extend
ed their patronage., while I was en
gaged in business, my appreciation
thus making it possible for me to
continue in the business.- Again, my
friends, I thank you.
PETER H. MILLER.
Sudduths Hold Family Reunion.
For the past two weeks C. L. Sud
duth of Boliver, Mo., has been . in
Weening . Water, plattsmouth . and
Murray visiting with . the children,
nine in number, all making their
homes in Cass county. One son, Otis J
however is harvesting in Minnesota.
Last Sunday the other children and
their families were enjoying a fam
ily reunion in "the Weeping Water
park where they took their dinner
a la picnic style.
Those present were C. L.. Sudduth,
the guest of honor, Tony Sudduth
and wife and daughter, Virgil Sud
duth and wife and son of near Mur
ray, Daniel Sudduth and family ot
Weeping Water, .Homer Campbell and
family and Gardner Hamilton and
wife of Murray, A. Sudduth and fam
ily of Plattsmouth, Everett Sudduth
and family and Con Nickles and fam
ily of Weeping Water. A most pleas
ant time was had.
On Saturday of this week Tony
Sudduth and family will drive the
father to his. home at Boliver, Mo.
and will visit there for a short time
A Wetk in Iowa Besort.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gibson who
have been kept very busy at theii
3tore and been tied down to the busi
ness all the time are taking a much
needed rest and vacation this week
with an outing ' at Lake Okobojt,
Iowa, which is in the northwestern
part of the state. Chris Rasmussen
is assisting at the store during their
Visited in Iowa and Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Rasmussen
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Rehmeier for the past week, when
they all went to Iowa and Illinois,
where at the latter place they visited
the brother of Mr. Rasmussen, and in
Iowa they visited with many rel
atives, brothers and sisters of Mr.
and Mrs. Rehmeier and Mrs. Ras
mussen. They were away about five
days and enjoyed a very pleasant
trip. They say the corn crop is ex
cellent in both states.
To Make Trip to the East.
Mrs. Daisy Corwln, formerly Miss
Daisy Keckler, who has been making
her home at Los Angeles where the
husband passed away a few months
ago has been visiting In Weeping
Water with her brother, Ralph Keck
ler fcr some time. She with Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Keckler have departed
for a trip to the east, Mrs. Corwin
never having been east and they will
travel through many of the southern
and eastern states and will include
a visit at the New York world's fair
and return via the north. They ex
pect to be away about two weeks.
Have Crack -Up Near. Ashland.
Last Monday morning -as H. C.
Christensen and John Finkle whe
are employed on the road near Ash
land were going to work, Mr. Finkle
driving his car, they crashed with
A. W. Moore, operator for the Bur
lington, who lives at Plattsmouth
and frequently drives heme for over
night, and was returning to his work
at Ashland. The impact was so se
vere that both cars were overturned
with resultant injuries to all occu
pants. H. C. Christensen being the
most dangerously injured. He was so
severely cut with flying glass that
it was feared he might bleed to
dea'th. First aid treatment was given
and he was hurried to the Bryan
Memorial hospital in Lincoln for
treatment. The bleeding was so pro
fuse that the heart was affected, and
a transfusion was necessary, Herman
Rauth, a brother-in-law, and Roy
Embery providing the blood, after
which the patient revived slightly
and he is given a slight chance to
recover. Mr. Finkle while somewhat
bruised and cut was not seriously in
jured. A. W. Moore, who was driv
ing the other car, was badly bruised
especially on one shoulder. He was
able to return to work the following
day. Mr. Moore was driving a new
Chevrclet which an Ashland dealer
was endeavoring to sell him, and had
'-'von it home the night before and
was returning with it to his work
when the accident occurred.
Later Mr. Christensen was report
ed as showing' slight improvement.
Lunheon for Miss Shaffer.
Mrs. John Norris entertained eight
ladies at a luncheon Tuesday honor
ing her house guest. Miss Rose Shaf
fer, of Hooper. Nebraska. Miss Shaf
fer was a guest at the Norris home
fbr the entire week, and she has
made many warm friends in this
community during her several vislto
Menonite Church Meeting.
The annual state camp meeting
of the Mennonite church will be held
in Weeping Water beginning Friday
evening. August 11, and closing
August 20. Presiding Elder E. D.
Young, of Lincoln, is in harge. with
Evangelist J. A. Beery, of Green
wood. Ohio, and the Sharon Quar
tette, or Omaha in charge of the
The members of the Mennonite
church have worked hard to com
plete the new buildings on the south
side of town in time for the opening
service. The kitchen, dining hall,
two dormitories for the young people
and the tabernacle are completed and
ready, and the old public school
building has been rented for use as
a dormitory for adults. This is the
first time that the state meeting has
ever been held in Weeping Water
and a large crowd is expected. Three
services will be held daily.
Ladies Enjoy Playlet "
The Women's Guild of the Congre
gational church met Wednesday af
ternoon at th church, with Mrs. E.
F. Marshall, Mrs. Mark Wiles, Mrs.
John Domingo and Mrs. George Do
mingo as hostesses. In place of the
usual missionary program, a playlet,
"The Committee Meets," was given
with the following cast: Mrs. Lloyd
Ranney. Mrs. L. P. ' Wolcott, Mrs.
Francis Hebavd, Mrs. W. D. Long,
Mrs. D. D. Wainscott and Mrs. Her
Little Jerry Bowers was four years
old last Saturday, and Mrs. Bowers
had invited eleven of her little
friends to their home to spend the
afternoon. Jerry proved to be a de
lightful little hostess, and she made
everyone happy by presenting each
of the guests with a horn, which was
suspended over the table, and a fig
ure of Donald Duck, mounted on
boxes of candy. Miss Pauline Pat
terson was there to read stories to
the children and out-of-door games
were played, causing the afternoon
to pass all too quickly for the child
ENROLL FOR CAMP
Elmer Sundstrom, head of the
local recreation center of the state
WPA, announces that more reset -vations
can be made for the BojV
camp at Crete, Nebraska. Three
boys from this city already have
enrolled to enter Camp" Oakwood,
the Y. M. C. A. camp at Crete, which
will be staged from August 9th to
August 16th. Boys from ten to
fifteen years of age are eligible.
The camp has fine cabins, lodge,
showers, tennis courts, electric
lights, boats and canoes and is lo
cated on the Blue river.
PATIENT SOMEWHAT EASIER
The reports from the St. Jo.enh
hospital at Omaha are to the efiT.
that Mrs. William Holly, former resi
dent here, had a restful day Sunday
but Is still in very critical condi
tion and her, cas.e one that caused a
great deal of apprehension to the
members of the family. She is suf '
fering frcm a . peritonitis condition
and the outcome of which is much
VISIT AT YELICK HOME
Mrs. James Yelick and son,
James, who have been visiting at
Des Moines, Iowa6 for the past wee1;.
returned home Sunday and were ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Yelick and family, and Richard and
Robert Yelick, also of Des Moines
They were joined here by Mr. and
Mm. PVanlc Yelick and family of
Omaha, spending the day here.
RETURNS TO DUTY
Miss Alice Ixiuise Wescott, w?in
has been spending her vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wes
cott, departed Sunday night via the
Burlington for Chicago and Evans
ton where she 13 making her home
Miss Wescott has had a very picas
ant stay with the home fblks and
met a great many of the old school
ATTEND FUNERAL SERVICES
Mcssers Henry and Phillip Albert,
Miss Margaret Albert and Mt-.
August Engelkenieier, were railed
to Colorado ffits week where they
attended the funeral of their nephew.
Edward Engelkemeier. 14, which was
held Tuesday. The young man wp.s
a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Engel
kemeier, former residents of Caps
SUFFERS FROM FLU
From M nday's Daily-
County . Attorney Walter H. Smith
w confined to his home today es
the result of an attack of the sum
mer fiu. He has not been feelirg
well foi the past several days and
this morning was unable to carry on
his usual' activities.
VISITING AT WAH00
Miss Rosalyn Mark of this city.
Is visiting at Wahoo where she is a
fuest of her cousins, Eleanor ant)
Evelyn Havelka. as well as her une'e
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Havelka
Thomas Wallinjf Company
- Alstracts of Title '
Phone 324 - Piatt
Win a Double
Win Excellent" Game Prom Oxford
Team and Take NightCap, from
Nelson Auto Parts 11-5.
The Plattsmouth Merchants Sunday
played and won a double-header be
fore one of the best crowds of tin
very successful baseball season.
In the first game the Merchants
shut out the Oxford outfit 5-0, n
which the Platter ace Floyd Thieroif
and "Hank" Vinduska tangled in a
pitchers duel. "Terry" gave up but
one safe hit which was a lone sinjrlc
in the next to the last inning.
"Hank" pitched a good game, but he
did not have the support that
. Merchants (5)
AB R H PO A B
Sedlak.rf 2 110 0 0
Hayes, 2b 2 11110
Phillips. 3b 2 0 1 2 0 1
O'Donnell, If 3 1 1 0 0 0
Chovanec, cf-ss 3 0 0 0 0 0
B. Smith, c 3 1 2 10 3 0
Thieroif. p 2 0 0 0 4 0
Ault. lb 3 0 0 8 0 0
Jacobs, ss 3 12 0 10
Parriott, cf 0 0 0 0 0 0
23 5 8 21 9 1
AB ft II r-O A K
Hild, cl 3 0 0 0 0 0
J. Puis, 3b 3 0 0 2 2 0
J. Shafer, ss 3 0 0 0 2 0
C. Puis, lb 2 0 0' 5 3 1
II. Vinduska, p100121
L. Vinduska. c3 0 0 51 0
Gerringer. rf 2 0 0 0 0 0
John Shafer, 2b 2 0 0 5 1 0
L.Puls, If 2 0 1 0 0 0
21 0 1 18 11 2
Defeat Nelsons 11-5
The victorious Merchants took en
the A. C. Nelsons from Omaha iu
the nightcap and whipped them li
to 5. a game that was more ot a
hitting affair. Floyd Thieroif, .sti
warm from his first victory, started
the Platters, off by pitching two in
rlngs. and then Ray Schafer sent in
John Jacobs to Ithe mound and he
too found little difficulty in s'!K
dulng the automen.
The locals had a big fifth iunins
in which they scored enough run?
to win the game in this frame.
Doubles by Hayes arid Chovanec.
singles by OtDonnell. Jacoos nn
Ault made up-six runs on five hits
and the downfall of Hank Ludwig
and his baffling curve.
Every Merchant In the lineup o:
the two games played excellent ball
and there were only two errors mane
the entire afternoon.
AB K It l'O A K
Hayes. 21-c 4 12 2 10
Parriott. cf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Phillips, ss 2 1 0 0 3 0
O'Donnell, If 3 2 110 0
Smith. c-2b 4 2 0 4 2 1
Thieroif. p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Chovanec. 3b 3 1 2 12 0
Ault, lb 4 2 1 10 1 0
Thimgan. if 3 11 1 0 0
Jacobs, p 2 110 2 0
Sedlak. If 1 0 0 0 0 0
31 11 8 21 11 1
i ah n u IM A K
J. Baker, lb 3 1 2 2 0 1
Stnlhel. 3b 4 112 0 0
McCord. cf 3 0 4 3 0 0
I. Maker, e 4 0 2 4 0 0
V. Ludwig, 2b 4 0 1 2 0 0
Hurta. ss 3 1 2 2 3 2
leaser, rf 3 1 1,1 1 0
II. Baker. If 3 1 2' 1 0 0
II. Ludwig. p 3 0 0 1 1 0
'30 5 11 IS 5 J
FORMER PASTOR VISITS IN CITY
Monslgnor Adolph M. Monler, pis-
tor of the St. Patrick's church nt
Havelock, and Rev. Ferdinand Mock,
pastor of the Sacred .Heart church
at Crete, Nebraska, wero In Platts
mouth today spending a few hour
in the city where the former at oo
time resided during his pastorate at
the Holy Rosary church. While ncre
the two clergymen were pleauant
callers at the Plattsmouth Journal
office. They were en route to St.
for Year Round
Every Style, Every Size 8
Tailored to Order q
Where Quality Counts R
Buy Your Coat
Now at Toggery
New Lay-A way Plan Permits Making
Early Selection with a Very
Small Down Payment.
The Ladies Toggery announces:
New Fall and Winter (1939-40)
showing of COATS styled for the
world of tomorrow, priced for the
budget of today. It's your major fall
purchase. Buy your coat first!
Our coats are famed for style, fit,
finish favored for travel, sport, col
lege, business. And here's good news:
$1.00 will hold your coat under our
lay-away plan. Why not come in this
week end and let us show you these
coats and explain our new lay-away
plan? Please remember: Buy your
New Felt Hats up, up, up to the
sky they go. Newest colors, clever
trims. 91.95 and 92.95. So sty
lish and so smartly trimmed are
these that you'll scarcely believe the
price is right. Made of fine felts with
ribbon, veil3, feathers and patent
leather brim lacing. Colors Teal
blue, Chianti wine, lorenzo brown,
navy, rust ind black. Misses and
Marvelous values that will make
your ensemble. New fall Bags, $1
and $1.95. Your bag must be big.
F.'.shion says so! These in burnt
earth, blue, wine, brown and black
will match your hat and gloves. Big
variety of styles. See them.
Friday and Saturday we bring you
n,'St outstanding savings on all re
maining Summer Dresses, Hats, etc.
Regular $1.95 and $2.95 Dresses are
cut to $1; 3.95 to $5.95 Dresses,
now $2.93. It is our policy not to
carry over sensona! stock and every
thing in summer goods is now mark-
ed much below manufacturer's cost
in order to effect complete close-out
We invite yon to come this week-end
and see the new goods, also to get
your share of these great savings.
THE LADIES TOGGERY,
Shop of Personal Service.
VISIT AT DES MOINES
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carr and son,
Bobbie, departed Sunday evening
for Des Moines, Iowa, where thy
will enjoy a visit at the home rf
the brothers of Mrs. Carr, Edward.
Richard and Robert Yelick, as wcil
as taking in the many places of In
terest in that section of Iowa.
KENTUCKY GUESTS HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Hallie B. Terry have
as their guests, 'Mrs. May Seltzer,
aunt of Mrs. Perry. Mr. and Mrs
Neal Seltzer and child and Mies Wa-
quine, of Paduca. Kentucky. Theisr!im ami Tribune Tower where ti e
guests are enjoying a tour of the west
and will spend some time here with
the Perry family
It is with the sense of the deer
est appreciation that we dcsir?
thank our many friends of Pbitis-
inouth, Nebr., for their kind wordt
of sympathy sent us in the death ot
my mother, Mrs. Rose Lewis. Mr
and Mrs. Freeman McFarland, Ef
fingham, Kansas, R. F. D. 2.
DRAWS DOWN FINE
frnm Monday's PalTy
This morning in the court of
Judge C. L. Craves, Herbert Smith,
of Partlctt, Iowa, was arraigned on
a charge of intoxication. He made a
pica of guilty to the charge and re
ceived a fine of $10 and costs.
HERE FROM ST. LOUIS
Mrs. T. Fuller and two daughters,
of St. Louis, Missouri, are here
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Skalak, the latter a sister.
Mrs. Fuller was formerly Miss Alice
Hunacek of this city.
Theatre . Nebraska City
Sat. - Sun. - Mon. - Tues.-
Three Shows Saturday Night
Sunday, 2:30 Continuous
1 1 ',i ' m
Ladies Back from
Misses Mia and Barbara Gering Visit
Great Many Places in the
Misses Mia and Barbara Gerins.
who have been enjoying an out'rg
for the past several weeks in the
mountain country of Wyoming and
Colorado, are home after a most
pleasant journey in nature's wondf-r-lands.
The ladies took their journrj
through the Black Hills country and
here as In the other stages of their
Journey took their time in the trip,
stopping where interested and poiru;
at a time they wished to some now
spot of interest.
They visited the great Yellowstone
park and its adjacent sister pirk
that of the great Tetons, hoth irr
pressive in grandness of the natural
scenery and which left a very vivd
One of the most Interesting places
they had as a stop was at Lander.
Wyoming, where thoy were cuosts
at the homo of L. L. Newton, publish
er and editor of the State-Jourr-pl
one of the best known newspapers
cf the west country. Mr. Nekton
was a striking personality and his
exceptional ability made the visit ol
the ladies at his honi-? one they will
long very pleasantly remember.
While at Lander they had t!ip op
portunity of "ttendir.g a iribal gath
ering of the Shoshone and Aranahoe
Indians, driving out to the meelinc;
places. The Plattsmouh ladies, wit
nessed the famous sun dance, this
greeting the rising sun each day ard
was striking and Impressive, prob
ably the highlight of the trip.
Later they visited Estos Park and
'then to Central City where they were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Scott, the latter formerly Miss Nora
Livingston. This picturesque city ot
the old west was one that left a dep
impression and filled with much his
RETURN FROM ILLINOIS
Mrs. Edward L. Bayly and daugh
ter, Melba Jeanne, have returned to
Plattsmouth after spending two
weeks in Aurora, 111. with her cousin,
Mrs. Harry ; Heller and family.
While in Aurora Mrs. Bayly and
daughter had a ride in a large Cur-
ti.s Condor plane piloted by the fa
mens Colonel Clarence Chamborlai'1
who was stationed at the Aurora air
port. Mrs. Bayly also spent some time in
Chicago and had the pleasure o
visiting the large Chicago zoological
crarden. the board of trade, Field Mt-
j Chicago Tribune, one of the lar.ro
metropolitan newspapers, was biins
VISIT OLD FRIENDS
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thomas cl
Nebraska City, were here Sunday for
a few hours, visiting as guests ot
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kalina. and also
to attend the picnic dinner at th"
Twenty Club. The many old friends
were much pleased to see Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas looking so well, Mrs
Thomas not having been so well in
the past two years, but is now in ex
cellent health. Mr. Thomas is the
Missouri Pacific agent at Nebiaska
City, a similar post to that he held
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Double Feature Warnrr Ilater In
'Return of the Cisco Kid
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t-nuthWPKt. Wnltrr Pi,lKrn. Hit. Jhn
ki ami fit lit K.liv in tlie iMamatie
rsrt-atcut prison 'story sinco 'Tlie T5iir
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",Sr,al- M'Hinpe every .Satunlav
t j .-od. Two complete shows nightly
Aduts 25c Children. . ,10i
SUNDAY - IVIONDAY
Kirhnrtl 1)1,, Cif.II Patrick and
t'OKt ,f ThuunaoiU lQ
B2an o Conquest9
edy and latt News. A grand h.ow"
8CXDAY SIATIXEI3 AT 2-30
MM Mpuma, r ana O
Matinee, -10-25C Nights, 10-30o
TUESDAY ONLY "
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Anhrllj,, Hhert Vounc la
All Shows, 10 and 15o
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
Clark Cinltle. Franrhet Tone aad
t bal lot Lauuhton !
'Mutiny on the Bounty'
Brought back as the
Gientpst laujfh show of the year. Also
Comedy, crime Koesn't I'av and Nov
lfy. A real show for Bar train
Special Matins. -30. NM?hts 7 "a n'd V
Its- time. Also Our Gang Comedv ,
Adults, 25c Cnlldren 100
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