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THUBSBAY, AUGUST 10, 1939.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL
Miss Evelyn King of Nebraska
City was a week-end visitor at the
i:(.rae of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Noell.
Regardless of the hour or' the dis
tance, we are ready to serve you.
1 rtcr Funeral Home, Nebraska
M. G. Churchill is at this time en
gaged in painting the buildings t
the Howard Philpot farm west of
Last week Joseph J. Safarik ship
ped two very fine car loads of cattle
to the Chicago market, which brougrt
E. J. Keugcr who is employ ed at
the AT. O. Troop farm was looking
after some, business matters and
visiting friends in Plattsiuouth last
Howard rhilpot was in Omaha early
last Monday morning where he dr
livered a load of boss to the South
Omaha market, and finding a. very
Harold Gregg is employed by Don
ald Philpot in. building fences and
landscape gardening, leveling off the
lawn and as well setting out trees
to beautify the home.
Thomas Troop has been plowing
with four mules which he declares
arc suprior to any tractor, and
when done with the thirty acres on
which he is now at work will sow it
to winter wheat.
Wayne Moore was in Murray list
Sunday to consult Dr. Tyson recard
ing his health and was accompanied
by his parents. He was also accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ro-'dy
of Denver who have been visiting
with friends in Union for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Brubaeher and
Feverly Ann were in Plattsmoutti last
Sunday, guests for the day at tht
home of Mrs. Edward Brubacher,
mother of Gussie. They enjoyed the
day very nicely and also an excellent
dinner just like mother always cooks.
Mr. and Mrs. William Govder and
little daughter. Mary Catherine, i
plattsmouth were guests for the
day last Sunday at the home of Mr
and Mrs. Victor Wehrbein and were
joined by George Troop, where they
all enjoyed a very pleasant day and
an excellent dinner.
Iast Saturday Charles Boeu-ker,
who had but a day before returned
with the wife and daughter from
their trip to the west, departed for
Chicago with a car of cattle shipped
by Boedeker and Cottingham. and
where Charles also had other busi
ness to look after.
Oscar Gapen of Plattsmouth was
in Murray Saturday and also out to
the home of Frank Marler where
he was visiting with his old lime
friend. George I. IJoyd. who is mak
ing his home on the farm. Mr. Lloyd
in able to get about with the aid
cf two canes and is pleased that he
was able to visit with his old friend.
Murray Water System Completed."
The city water system for Murray
hich has been under construction
for a number of weeks has b;en com
pleted and the workmen have de
parted for other points, out in the
slate where the have a contract tt
install another water system. Also a
portion of the riveters who worked
on the water tank have gone to
Omaha where they have work on ii
iaduct now being constructed.
The well which was sunk for the
water supply seems to pro.ide vif
ricient water for all needs and on
Saturday morning the tank was hall
filled with water and it is now so
. to 1
-d price V'.-' I
JttT the bladJtVynd 1
every water user can have all the
water he desires. The mains were
flushed a number of times last Sat
urday to insure clean water. The city
should be, and is well satisfied with,
their water system.
Home From the West.
Dr. R. W. Tyson and family who
some ten days ago departed for the
west, visiting Colorado and its
mountains and parks and other prints
cf interest, returned home last
day after a very pleasant vacation.
They visited Estes Park and the Yel
lowstone natinoal park. Pikes Peak,
and also a brother who resides in
Visited Fox Farm Sunday.
M. G-. Churchill was a visitor in
Nebraska City last Sunday and
while there was a caller on Jack Sher
wood, formerly of Plattsmouth, who
has a fox farm near that city on
which he has over 300 of the aM
mols. Mr. Churchill tells of it be
bing a very nice scene and was great
ly interested in the manner in which
Mr. Sherwood handles the farm.
Puildr a Fine Fesd Bunk.
While many people having all
their physical abilities and can get
out and hustle, are growling because
work does not come seeking them
Lawrence Smith who has to navf
gate via a wheel chair has been find
ing work and doing it. He hns
just oempleted a feed bunk at the
Nickles lumlier yard for a customer
in the country and is ready to tackle
another whenever anyone wants one
Overpass Proceedig Nicely.
Workmen on the over pas i
Murray have been making excellent
progress of late on the work. Tht,
concrete is all poured unless it ne
for the building of the walks which
lead on each side of the roadway
The walk from the Missouri Pacifc
station to the street west of the
Christian church on the south Fide
rf the street has been finished while
the workmen were busy on the
stretch from the church to the bridge
proper. On the north side of the
street workmen are also busy work
ing on the stretch which will run
to the bridge and across to the east,
reaching that portion of town east oi
the railroad. It is expected that the
entire contract will have been com
pleted and ready for travel the tirst
of September, then traffic will agpin
be routed over the bridge instead ot
the two detours one a mile north
and the other two miles south.
Enjoyed All Day Meeting.
The Murray Christian church
which annually hold an all day meet
ing of the membership selected Aug
ust 6th as the day for the gei-toge'h-er
and services as well as a general
dinner at noon. Preparations haa
been made for some time and Sunday
was a very fine day for the gathering
and the Murray membership turned
out en masse, and there was a large
number of members from the Pletts
mcuth church who joined in the
Rev. J. W. Taenzler, pastor of the
Christian church at Plattsmouth.
conducted the services at 11 o'clock.
Following the services the members
enjoyed a very fine basket dinner to
gether, which had been brought by
the members of both churches.
Mrs. W. S. Smith Stricken.
Mrs. Will S. Smith who has bcn
active in the conduct of the hone
here as well as the business in which
she assisted the husband, has not
been in the best of health for some
time. Early Sunday morning she
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was taken with a sudden sickness
which rendered her unconscious. She
remained in this condition until necr
noon when she revived Bomewhat.
only to relapse into a semi-conscious
condition, with the heart action very
slow. The respiration was at a very
low ebb as well, as the ordinary
respiration is from 16 to 25 per min
ute, while that of the patient slow
td to two per minute. She was taken
to the Clarkson hospital in Omaha
by the ambulance of the Horton fun
eral home of Plattsmouth and placed
in an oxygen tent which revived her
io some extent. However she re
mained very low during Sunday
night, but revived somewhat Mon
doy morning, regaining cons:iou:;nf?
for a time. Every attention is beins
given for her care with hopes of im
provement. The husband. Will S
Smith, who is in poor health himselt,
has been at her side. He returned
home Sunday night but was taken
back to Omaha Monday morning by
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Merritt. Mr
and Mrs. Merritt stayed with him
Sunday night and Mrs. Merritt look
ed after business at the store bp
ginning Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Nicklcr,
took Mr. Smith to Omaha Sunday
to be with the wife during the day.
Enjoy Family Dinner Sunday.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mar
tin Sporer were gathered the rel
atives of Mr?-. Sporer last Sunday for
a family dinner, which was surely
greatly enjoyed. There were there
for the occasion besides the Martin
Sporer family. Guy Kiser and fam
ily of west of Mynard. Noble Kiser
and wife of Omaha and the A. N .
Leonard family. The meeting wis,
greatly enjoyed and the very Cue din
ner added much to the occasion.
Visit in Lincoln Last Saturday.
Some years ago Chester Sporer was
a student in the agricultural college
cf the TTniversity of Nebraska nt
Lincoln and had not been back fo'
some time since his graduation, and
in company with the wife, Mr. ard
Mrs. Martin Sporer and Wm. Sporer
the party made a trip to Lincoln last
Saturday to visit points of interest.
They visited at the state peniten
tiary and the capitol building. They
also visited at the state insane hos
pital and the museum, but the place
of greatest interest for all of the
party was the state farm and experi-Jdown
ment station. Here fruit3 and vege-
tables are propagated and specimens
of all grown on the farm. There were
some thirty-two different kinds ot
potatoes, which illustrates the num
ber of other things when the grains
and vegetables are all counted. One
thing which interested Mr. AVm.
Sporer (he will tell you about i )
was a South American tomato which
when full grown is about the size of
the ordinary pea. This is red in
color and except for its size resembles
the ordinary smooth tomato. The
matter of hybrid vegetables and
grains was shown to the party which
made them open their eyes in won
der. They counted it a day well
Combining Sweet Clover.
Rev Frederick, who lives in Ne
braska City and has a seid house in
Murray has many acres of sweet
clover in this neighborhood, was in
Murray and Nehawka last Saturday
looking after the combining of a
large portion of the sweet clover seed
which he had planted for seed. The
seed was taken to Nebraska City.
lad Injnred when Knocked Down
Dewayne Noell, 4-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Noell. was in
jured while at play last Friday. He
was knocked c'own by a swing, strik
ing a small rock and cutting a gash
in his head that extended to a blood
artery and caused extensive bleed
ing. The lad whs rushed to Dr. G. H.
Gi!more. whee the wound was dress
ed immediately. After the flow of
blood was stopped, the wound was
found to be only a minor injury.
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chance (usually from 38 to 62), who fears
she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
about hot Sashes, loss of pep, dixxy spells,
upset nerves and moody spells. a
m Just get more Iresh air, 8 hrs. sleep and if
you need a reliable "WOMAN'S" tonic take
Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound,
made ttpecially for vomn. It helps Nature
build up physical resistance, thus help give
mora vivscity to enjoy life and assist calm
in c jittery nerves and those disturbing lymp
toms that often accompany change of life
Pinkham'a is WELL WORTH trying.
M. G. McCarroll and wife were in
Plattsmouth last Sunday where they
enjoyed a play at the Cass theatre
Dan Anderson of west of Nehawka
was looking after some business mat
ters in Union last Sunday afternoon
Regardless of the hour or the dis
tance, we are ready to serve you
Pcrter Funeral Home, Nebraska
Mrs. Stuart Earle of Snohomish
Washington, who was here for a time
departed last Wednesday for her
home in the west.
Victor Clarence was called to Ne
braska City Monday of this week to
look after some business matters
driving down in his truck.
The new- postmaster, Leslie Ever
ett, has rented a house of Fran J.
Bauer and will in a short time move
to TTnion to make his home.
Mr. and Mrs. John KHae and Mrs
Mary Niday and daughter, Dorothy
were over to Weeping Water last
Sunday visiting friends fur the day
Frank and Anna Bauer, Ruth rnd
Bessie Ann Nickles were spending
the day last Sunday at the home ol
Joe Bauer at Beil Lak.e over on the
Mrs. Sarah Whitmore. daughter ot
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Upton, making
her home at Johnson, was spending
the week end visiting with her par
ents. Mrs. Frank Martin, who has been
so critically ill with rheumatism for
so many weeks is reported as being
slightly better at this time and can
get about some.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Griffin wort
host and hostess to Miss Augus'a
Robb for a very pleasant dinner 011
the day of her departure for Los An
geles where she will visit for some
time. Earl Merritt of Murray was in
Union last Monday where he egaii
a contract of painting the Union
schools. The school building is being
prepared for the opening of school
early in September.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald McQuinn
were in Omaha last Sunday visit'r.g
relatives and also attended a meeting
of the Rev. R. R. Brown before re
turning home. They were accom
panted by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Griffin.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Banning were
to Nebraska City last Sunday,
guests ai ine nome oi meir aaugmer.
Mrs. Carl Peters and husband. They
also remained to attend the piny,
"Goodbye Mr. Chipp6" at the Over
H. W. Griffin and family were
over to Flattsmouth last Sundaj
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
George Winscott and also visiting
with the mother of Mr. Griffin. Mr.
E. M. Griffin who makes her home
with her daughter, Mrs. Winscot.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Balfour and
daughter, Kathleen and Mr. and .Mrs.
Jesse Dysart who have been spending
some ten days in Minnesota, visiting
at Minneapolis and St. Paul, as well
as up in the north woods, arriveu
home late last Saturday night arter
a very fine trip.
Mrs. TilUe Harges was pasting
her birthday anniversary last Sun
day, August 6th and said to het
Triends she wiuld go home and get
her own birthday dinner after
ehurch, which she did, but had al
ready celebrated the event at Ne
braska City on Saturday.
Messrs. W. B. Banning and W. K
Reynolds who departed last Tuesday
ror a ten days vacation which in
cluded the Black Hills, a portion ot
Wyoming a visit to Jackson Hole
and a return via Colorado Springs
and Denver were due to arrive home
the latter portion of this week.
Last week Tommy Chapman v.l
Springfield in Sarpy county where no
i nncairpd in the drug business.
came down and accompanied the wife
home who has been here since the
Jirth of their babe at the home oi
Mrs. Chapman's parents, C. H. w nit
worth and wife. On Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Whitworth were over to Srring
field to visit the folks.
BUassy Kanncrs Klub Picnic.
The Klassy Kanners Klub, a 4-H
organization, of Union, composed c-t
young girls, were down to Auburn
where they were enjoying a picnic at
Celebrated Doable Birthdays.
D. B. Porter was passing his birth
day anniversary Sunday of this wek
and John T. Porter was also passing
his natal day Friday of last week, eo
they arranged to celebrate the occa
rion last Sunday at the heme of the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Por
ter and husband at Plattsmouth. " D.
B. Porter was over to Plattsmouth
last Sunday to attend the dinner
given in honor of the two birthdays.
It goes without saying that they had
a good time and got a start on an
Visits in Alvo and Lincoln.
Miss Pearle Banning was tb
guest of hei brother? John Banning J
and wife in Alvo for four or Dve days
last week, and with them visited i"
Lincoln last Friday. They brought
Miss Pcarle home Sunday and all
stopped at the home of Mr. and Ms.
Henry Sturm for a while to visit
wtih Mrs. Sturm, a sister of Miss
Pearle and John, and while she has
been sick for some time, she w-a
slightly better when they visited her
All came on to Union for a visit later.
Campbell Family Picnic.
The members of the various fam
ilies of Campbells were enjoying a
picnic over at the Feil Lake last
Sunday. There were some fifty in
attendance and all enjoyed a very
fine time, having a fine out of doors
picnic dinner. The family of Charier
Attebery were present and enjoyed
the occasion very much.
Celebrates Passing Birthday.
James Frans, son of Mr. and Mr?
D. Ray Frans was passing hia 12th
birthday anniversary last Saturday
and the parents and other relatives
and friends gave Jlmmie a birthday
party. There were there for the oc
casion Grandmother Mrs. Jennie
Frans, Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Gilmore o.
Murray, Jimmie's young friend, Don
ald Seefus. Refreshments were served
and wishes extended for many more
such happy birthdays.
Not Potatoes for Sale
New Potatoes at 75c? per bushel.
Mrs. Jos. II. Lidgett, Union. Nebr.
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Two Brothers Celebrate Birthdays
John T. Torter was born on Seven
Mile Creek, Virginia. August 6, 1868.
end came to Nebraska 51 years ago.
Flair Porter was born at the same
pUce just ten years and one day
later on August 7, lie also
came to Nebraska ten years later
than did his brother John. They have
made their homes in Cass county ever
since. John makes his home in
Plattsmouth, while Blair makes his
home in Union.
As their birthdays fall but one
day apart, tey have been in the
liabit of celebrating them together.
A yesr ago they celebrated at the
home of John, who resides in South
Tark Addition to the City of Platts
mouth, and this year they were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Royer, the latter being a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John T.
Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Royer reside
in the west part of Plattsmouth.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
John T. Porter, Blair Porter and son
Clyde of Union, Mr. and Mrs. How
aid Royer, AVestley Copenhaver and
moiher, Mrs. S. V. Copenhaver of
Union. An excellent dinner was en
joyed and congratulations extended
to the two brothers.
The barn on the farm occupied by
Chester Stone, is being given a good
John Opp was called to Platts
mouth last Monday to look after
some business matters for a short
Gust Hollenberg of near Murny
was a visitor in Nehawka last Sun
day having some blacksmith work
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Switzer and
Frank Lemon and wife were in Ne
braska City last Sunday evening to
enjoy the play, "Goodbye Mr.
Chipps" at the Overland theatre.
It was erroneously reported In
the Nehawka news last week tnat
Charles Hemphill was able to be
down town. Mr. Hemphill has nn
been able to be down town yet, only
a very little out in the yard at home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Steffens of Lor
trn, parents of Mrs. Albert Ander
son were guests at the Anderson
home last Sunday and they and tht,
Anderson family enjoyed a very fine
visit and a fine six o'clock dinner De
fore returning to their home at Lor
Georgc'challep who went with Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Meade to see Grand
mother Mrs. Dort Dore over west oi
Lincoln last Sunday had a veiy picas
ant visit with her. They found there
was very poor corn out that w-ay.
although it was very spotted, with
some good patches.
Mrs. GerfYude Carper was hos
tess at her home in Nehawka l?t
Sunday at a very fine dinner. Guests
were Lucean Carper and family ot
Murray, Mr. Carper being a son, ir.d
as well Theodore and Gustas Nel
son, Miss Deleen Carper, her daugh
ter, of Lincoln and . her young man
friend. Homer Grossman and his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Grossman.
Have Pleasant Trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dodson and
little daughter, Judy together wit'
Grandfather and Grandmother Mr
and Mrs. Ole Lundberg, wishing to
see what was over the hill, took their
euto and started northward, and did
not stop until they Jiad gotten orer
near Fremont, Elk City and Valley,
where they looked over the country
and the crops and other matters ot
interest. They were especially pleased
with some parts where they crop
were good but in spots they found
crops not so good, but in all the crops
looked very fair. They were auie
to return home in the evening, tired
but feeling the trip had beea worth
Prepare for School Opening.
The board of education and Super
intendent E. C. Stimbert are busy as
well as the caretaker of the schools.
Mark Burton, in preparing for the
opening of the school year wnirh
comes this year on Monday, Septem
ber 4th. The teaching force at pres
ent is the same as last year. Whether
all will return or not is the luestion
as there are many schools need'ng
teachers. There is a demand for five
agriculture teachers in the state and
not an extra one available. Neiiawta
is fortunate in that she has her quota
of teachers signed up.
Entertained for Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Steffens were
host and hostess at their well ap
pointed home in Nehawka last Sun
day for a six o'clock dinner at which
they had as guests Superintendent
and Mrs. E. C. Stimbert, Mr. and
Mrs. George C. Sheldon and Miss:
Dorothy Bonner who is visiting al
the Sheldon home from Imperial. Alt
enjoyed a very pleasant evening r.nd
a fine dinner. '
Greatly Admired Stock Farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Swanson, par
cnts of Mrs. Herbie Kuntz, who are
visiting at the Kuntz home Trom the
northwest country where cattle cn
grass assert their mild dominion, wa:,
asking Herbie if there were many
cattle feeders in this country. St
Sunday afternoon after a good dinnei
Herbie took the father-in-law in hif
car and drove to the farm of Parr
Young, and judge his surprise wher.
he saw between 500 and 600 heca
of stock on feed and was told ttal
Mr. Young farmer over 400 acres
of land. While he was from a cattle
country. Mr. Swanson could hardly
believe his eyes at the well appointed
farm owned and managed by Mr.
Visit Northern Nebraska.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Cisney were up
to the northern portion of the state
last week and enjoyed a visit with
the parents of Mrs. Cisney, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Lewis, where they en
joyed a pleasant time. They tell of
some of the crops being fair to good
and some very poor to bad. They say
Wayne county had very poor corn,
although in other years it has been a
banner county for corn. Ho.v?vfr
"Mike" says the north part of Cedcr
county is good.
Enjoyed Visit With Family.
Stuart Rough, who has been Keep
ing house himself, and making a
very good job of it, was surpri.-ed
and pleased when the children camV
home Sunday to visit a few dayc.
There were there for the occasion h!
sister. Miss Agnes Rough, of Weep
ing Water. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ross
and family of Nehawka and in all
some sixty members of the family
present for the occasion.
Enjoyrd Family Gathering.
The McCarthey family were leath
ered at the home of Mr. and Mr?.
Roy Atwell over near Wyoming lat
Sunday, there being there for the
occasion Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sturm
and son, Vistor, Mrs. Sturm being R
McCarthey, Charles McCarthey nd
family of Union and F. H. McCartney
and family of near Wyoming. John
McCarthey and wife and Miss Bessie
McCarthey of Nebraska City.
COLOR IS INDEX TO
THE VITAMIN CONTENT
Each year more and more garden
ers are selecting vegetable crois ec
pecially for their value as sources
of health-giving vitamins. Man
gardeners are unaware, however, tha:
the eoler of vegetables is often a re
liable index to their vitamin con
tent. Vegetables with deep, intenr.i
color have greater vitamin content
than those that are pale and color
less, according to experts.
Deep orange carrots, for instance,
are richer in vitamins than pale yel
low ones. Similarly, pale green let
tuce is a poorer source than tn.ti
which is deep green, and white,
blanched asparagus has lower con
tent than green asparagus.
Witheut Laxatives and YWll Eat
Everything from Seop to Nata
n sforasch shoeld dirrt fw anuadt of fond
sUllf. Whffl roil est lwary, trnxj. coins or
rich food or hn you ars twrrous. hurrid or
thtw poorly wir stomsch efin Hours out ta
murk fluid. Tour food dwn't dlvit and yw
hiT E a. heirtburn. niuasa. pain or sour
stomach. You feel tour, tkk snd upit all orer.
Doctors M rir Uka s Uia'jTt for itarawto
piln. It is rUnsoroa and fnollfh. It tslm thu
Luis bla-k tablet ca!!4 B!!-im fnr ItidirMUon
to auks tba sxent itomacfc luids harmlats. ralica
eV.strvi ia no time and out you berk an your
fret. Belief Is so eutrk tt ! aruiinr end on 2 So
package proras tb AU tot BeU-sa lor IsdifaeUoo.
EAGLE HEWS ITEMS
Harry Robertson spent last Sun
day with boftie folks at Davey.
Mrs. Anna Eennet of Abo is vis
iting with Mrs. S. E. Allen and Mrs.
fl. B. Morga-.i.
Mrs. John Lewis of Springview
visited her father, M. T. Williams
last Sunday .ifternoon.
Sunday gutsts at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Hursh were Mr. and
Mrs. Walter I la Howell of Palmyra.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wall of
V'psI Toint spent Wednesday evn
ii j, and Thursday of last week with
Miss Lois Allen of Lincoln visited
her grandmother, Mrs. S. E. Allen
and other relatives from Thursday
J. L. Wall and Alton Ilaase re
turned late last Sunday evening
from Allianco. where they spent the
Mr. and Mn. C. O. Wright mo
tored to Weeping Water and pent
the day with their daughter, Mrs.
Floyd Hite and Mr. Hite.
Sympathy is extended to Mrs.
Dwight Ear', whose mother. Mrs.
illiam Bueeher of Cheney piism-d
away early Sunday morning.
Miss Thel"a Finnigan of Ceres'd
visited from Wednesday until Sun
da with the A. J. Nelson family
and Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Miller.
Mr. and R.rs. Orill Allen, Iaverne
ai.d Kenneth of Lincoln were the
dwiner guest? of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
AMen last Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Clarence Slosson and Sara
Lee spent the latter part of last
wtek with Mrs. . Slosson's parents.
Mi. and Mm. Toole of Rising City.
(Hen Crandell and family moved
Inst Friday from the house south of
the depot and located in the house
S(mth of the E. F. Betts property.
Miss Betty Scattergood recently
returned from a vacation motor trip
to the Pacifij states with her untie
and aunt, M. and Mrs. Harry West
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Miller of
Lcird. Colorado, visited from Thurs
day until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
William Ketelhut and Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Oberle.
Orville Muenchau entered th-
Lincoln School of Commerce on Mon
day of this week. He accompanies
Keith Truml le to and from Lin
coln each day.
Mr. and Mrs. George HofTmeinter
and daughter of Weeping Water and
Mr. and Mrs. William Jl.idson at
tended the funeral services Tuesday
ffternoon tor Mrs. William Bueeher
Mrs. Sara'i Keil enjoyed a visit
with her nephew. C. R. VanSickle
aTd Mrs. VanSickle of Millburn, New
Jersey, and fsirVer-in-law, Mrs. Mar
garet VanSickle of Farragut, Iowa,
on Monday of this week.
Mrs. Judkins enjoyed a short visit
laKt Saturday with two old friends.
Will Bolton of Waterloo, Wisconsin,
and Jim Bolton of University Place.
They all formerly lived in the same
community in Wisconsin during
their young?r years.
Mr. and Mrs. fluy Jones hftd aa
their dinner guests last Sunday
evtning, Mr. Jones counn. Webnttr
Thomas and family of Trenton, Ne
braska. Mrs. Thomas will he re
numbered by her friends in this
immunity Miss Marjorie Sharp.
Hubert Stewart returned on Tues
day of this week from Nauvoo.
Iowa, where he has served for the
past month n medical officer in a
Boy Scout camp. His nephew. Rob
t Stewart, tame from Ames. Iowa,
with him and will visit here.
Snapry Stitchers' Club
The Snappy Stitchers held their
fifth meeting at the home of Verda
Kockenbach. Two of th? girls have
their dresses completed which they
were to mane and the others will
30011 be completed. After the meet
ing was adjourned a nice lunch was
served. Visitors were La Verne Al
len and Sally Ann Craven. iJoris
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