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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL
Dale Reed left Thursday for Peru,
where he will attend school this
Mrs. Helen Clarke has moved just
recently to the Meyers apartments
where she will make her home and
13 very nicely situated.
Miss Maymie Michelsen was over
to Ixmisville during the celebration
last week assisting in the store of
Carl Christensrn of that place.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stroehmcr,
and Margaret Jean of Alvo and Mrs.
Frank Jackson of Chicago were Sun
day visitors at the C. E. Tool home.
Charles V. Seeley, formerly of the
Weeping Water Republican, was as
risting in the" City Market during
(he county fair during the rush of
Miss Helen Gorder has accepted
r position as librarian at the public
library at Grand Island. She will
leave nest week to take up her new
Mrs. Adda Smith, of Youngstown,
Ohio, arrived "Wednesday for a visit
of a month at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. Emmor Marshall and Mr.
Earl Oldham was a business visi- j
tor in Omaha last Tuesday. "When
he arrived home he had to begin
hauling stock to Weeping Water for
the county fair.
S. Ray Smith and his son Milford
were in Kansas City the first part of
the week arranging for Milford's at
tendance at school there. His school
will open October 2.
M. G. Churchill of Murray was
riHting and looking after some busi
ness matters in Weeping Water on
Tuesday of this week, the opening
3ay of the Cass ounty fair.
C. C. Boldin has been quite poorly
fnr some time past and was feeling
o bad that he was kept to his home
for some time, but since has been
able to get cut. still far from well.
Paul Stock. Allis-Chalmers dealer
at Murdock, with Glen Buck were
here with a number of pieces of
the Allis-Chalmers farming machin
ery to place on exhibition at the fair.
Stuart Rough of Nehawka and
sister. Miss Agnes Rough of Weeping
Water were in Lincoln last Sunday
visiting with their brother and at
tending the state fair one day dur
ing the past week.
Henry Christensen was able to go
down town Saturday evening to hear
the community program. He still
walks on crutches and is pretty weak,
but he enjoyed getting out and visit
ing with his friends.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bolz have moved
from the place where they have been
living the next house west of the
Dinger residence, to the house east
of the Binger home which is known
as the D. M. Johnson home.
Max Rains will again attend the
University of Nebraska this year.
Others from Weeping Water who will
be at the University for their Fresh
man year are Doris Janet Marshall,
Dorothy Everett and Patricia Sperry.
Mrs. Frank Marshall accompanied
her daughter Doris Janet to Lin
coln Tuesday morning. They will be
at the Cornhusker hotel for a few
days before the opening of the Uni
versity, which Doris Janet will at
tend this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lemke were
in Omaha Saturday, where they vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Baldwin at
the Florence Home for the aged.
They report that neither Mr. or Mrs.
P.aldw-in are enjoying good health.
The summer heat has been hard on
Word comes from Mr. and Mrs. L.
O. Stokers (Mabel Murtey), of, Shel
by, Iowa, that their daughter Ann
had left for Columbia. Missouri, to
enter the University of Missouri, for
her junior year. She graduated last
spring from Christian College for
women at Columbia.
Mrs. John McCormack, of Leona.
Kansas, and Mrs. Grace Gilkerson, of
Oneida, Kansas, were visiting at the
heme of their brother, C. B. McCor
nack from Friday until Sunday.
They were called to Nebraska to at
tend the funeral of an aunt, Mrs.
C. W. Carter, of Lincoln.
This is County Fair week and. as
urual. there are few social events to
WHEN your car is smash-,
ed up and the other fel
low manages to shift the
blame on yon that's the
time when you're glad
your insurance is with
Scarl S. Davis
OFFHESi Syii F LOO II
Platts. State Bank Bldg.
be recorded, as every one who has
any spare time Is helping in some
department at the fair or assisting
with the serving of meals at one of
the churches. This is a busy week
for the home keepers of Weeping
Mrs. Helen Clark moved last week
into her brother's home, the Harold
Myers property, while the Myers are
in the east. Mr. and Mrs. John Bolze
moved into the house owned by Mrs.
D. M. Johnson and vacated by Mrs.
Clark. Mrs. Bolze will operate her
beauty parlor in one of the rooms of
Sheldon Tefft and wife of Chicago
are spending a month here with
Sheldon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Tefft and in Lincoln with Mrs.
Tefft's parents. Judge and Mrs.
Shepard. They will leave for home
in time for the opening of the Uni
versity in Chicago in which. Sheldon
is a law instructor.
A special meeting of the Red
Cross was held Friday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Earl Oldham, when
the afternoon was spent in making
Christmas bags to be sent to the
soldier boys. At the close of the
afternoon's work, Mrs. Oldham serv
ed delicious home made ice cream
and cakes and all enjoyed a delight
ful social hour.
Friends here received a letter this
week from Mrs. Floyd Bennett (Mary
Hungate) saying that her husband.
Major Bennett, had been transferred
to Philadelphia from Quantico, Vir
ginia, where they have been located,
since returning from a two year stay
in the Phillipine Islands. Their son,
Walker, will enter the Pennsylvania
State University this year. Their
daughter Marigold will enter Junior
Miss Ellen Haskell, of Yakima,
Washington, is a guest at the home
of Miss Edith Clizbe. She was ac
companied here by Mr. Raymond
Hayward and his daughter, Mrs. Eu
gene Freeman and son. Sumner Hay
ward, all of Omaha, who spent the
day Wednesday visiting at the home
of Miss Clizbe. Miss Haskell will be
with Miss Clizbe until the 20th of
this month, when she will leave for
Chicago and then go on to Tampa,
Florida, where she will make- her
home with Mrs. O'Brien (Emma
Clizbe). Miss Haskell was a resident
of Weeping Water several years ago,
when she was connected with Mrs.
Toore as trimmer in her millinery
Returning to California
Mr. and Mrs. George Towle were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thede Davis
during the past week before leaving
Tuesday for Long Beach to spend the
winter. The Towle family are get
ting to be regular commuters, trav
eling from Weeping Water each fall
in time to have Pauline and John
enter school at Long Beach. Cali
fornia, and back to Weeping Water
again as soon as school is out in the
spring. Well we are glad to have
them for the summer if not for the
remainder of the year, and they
carry the best wishes of their many
friends in this community with them
to their western home.
Held Interesting Meeting
The Weeping Water Garden club
held their regular meeting Friday
evening at the American Legion
hall, with Mrs. H. C. Wilkinson pre
siding. Owing to the stress of work
in connection with the coming fair,
the attendance was small, but those
who were present were greatly ben
efitted by the splendid talk given by
Mr. Sigvald Jensen on "Evergreens."
He displayed six different varieties
cf the trees and gave definite in
structions about the planting and
their care afterward.
Mrs. Edna Shannon had the sub
ject, "Oriental Poppies." and inter
ested her listeners more than ever in
this charming flower. As a prelude
to her talk she quoted "The gardens
need a splash of color, that's why
poppies were born."
Two new members were received
into the club. They were Mr. and
Mrs. Taylor Wilson.
Change in Home Ownership
A real estate deal was made last
week, whereby John Robinson be
came the owner of the beautiful
home formerly owned by Troy L.
Davis on the south side of town and
Mr. Davis now owns the property
formerly belonging to the Robinson's
one block east of the Congregational
church. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson ex
pect to move into their new home
the first of next week. Mr. and Mrs.
Troy Davis are now nicely settled
iu their new home closer to the busi
ness part of town and next door west
of the Christian Science church.
Juvenile Artists Win .Applause
Two of Weeping Water's youngest
entertainers sang at the community
entertainment last Saturday evening.
Tatty LaRue. si-year-o!d daughter
c! Mr. and Mrs. Ellis LaRue. sang
"Let Me Call You Sweetheart" and
"Little Sir Echo" and delighted the
large audience with her dainty ap
pearance, and her beautiful voice.
Jimmie Fitzpatrick, seven-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Fitzpatrick,
dressed as a cow boy, stood before
the microphone and sang as if such
large audiences were a part of his
everyday life. He sang "Home on the
Range" and "Wa Hoo."
Cut of town singers who delighted
the audience were the three daugh
ters of Rev. Stephens, of Elmwood
the Misses Ethel, Ruth and Lucille
Stephens, who sang two numbers.
Silver Wedding Anniversary
Last Sunday was the silver wed
ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Rehmeier. and about one hun
dred of their friends gathered at
their home to help them celebrate
the happy event. Everyone brought
well filled baskets of food from
which a bountiful dinner was serv
ed at noon and late in the afternoon
coffee, sandwiches and cake was
served. Some very lovely gifts were
received by Mr. and Mrs. Rehmeier.
One that they especially prize was
the gift of their children. It was a
silver coffee service, consisting of
coffee pot, sugar bowl, creamer and
tray. The guests left a well-filled
purse with which they could buy
something as a remembrance of the
The presence of Mrs. Hans John
son, an aunt of Mr. Rehmeier, who
makes her home with her daughter,
Mrs. Aden Stutt, at Kearney, added
much to the pleasure of the occasion,
and to Mrs. Johnson, as it was also
her eightieth birthday and she was
with the friends whom she had
known for so many years while liv
ing in Weeping Water, and where
she is beloved by all who know her.
Mrs. Johnson received a number of
lovely gifts also. She has been visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Taylor, at Alvo, for the past
Another birthday was celebrated,
as Lawrence Johnson also had a
birthday this week, and he was also
the recipient of congratulations and
Mr. and Mrs. Rehmeier have the
best wishes of the entire community.
They have lived here for many years
and have wdn the respect of all who
are privileged to know them. They
have a good home and have been
prosperous, with three children,
Francis who attends the University
of Nebraska, and Vincent and Ly
man, at home. Mr. and Mrs. Reh
meier are enjoying life." The best
wishes of their many friends are ex
tended to them. May they live to
enjoy many more such happy events.
Saw A. Lincoln Campaigning.
Frank M. Massie, who parsed his
S5th birthday anniversary last July
31st, this year, was visiting in Weep
ing Water and said he was expecting
to attend the county fair a number
nt days during the week. Mr. Massie
rame to Nebraska in 1860, coming
via Missouri, and vividly recalls pass
ing through that state, that at a
place where they stopped over night.
they traveling by horse and covered
wagon, he met some little boys about
his own age, he being six years old,
and as they were playing, a carriage
drew up, and out stepped a tall, lank.
angular man and addressed the boys,
saying: "Say, aren't all you boys
democrats?" They did not respond
readily, being slightly backward and
bashful, until he turned to the car
riage and took out some nice red
apples and said all who are demo
crats may have one of these red
apples. They were all democrats in
an instant. Just why Honest Abe
took this tactic was a puzzler as he
was looking for republican votes as
this was his first campaign for the
presidency. However he was elected.
and Mr. Massie wondered just why
Lincoln took this plan of getting
acquainted with the lads and like
wise their parents. Mr. Massis has
many early day stories which are
G?orge Olive Not So Well.
George Olive has been feeling rath
er poorly, so bad some of the time
that it was not possible for him to
get about, although at other times
he was able to get out and about.
While feeling some better, he is
still not in his former good health.
Passing: of Former Citizen.
Information has been received of
the passing of a former citizen of
the vicinity of Weeping Water who
has made his home in the west part
of the state for many yearB, Ben
Dawson of Gandy, died in his auto
at Arnold. September lOtJi. Mr.
Dawson leaves the wife and son, Jo-
-eph of Gandy, a isstcr, Mrs. James
Philpot. also of Gandy and Mrs.
Mr. Dawson came to Weeping Wa
ter in 1883. and lived about five
miles from Weeping Water. The
family have been in the west for
many years but will be remembered
by the older inhabitants. The fun-
eral and interment was made in the
Arnold (Nebr.) cemetery.
He had gone with his son, Joe, to a
drug store for medicine, the son re
turning from the store found the
father dead in the auto. He was 66
Had Very Unique Exhibit.
The Binger Lumber company with
an idea' of assisting in the celebra
tion of the opening of the Platte
river bridge, made a miniature bridge
which they took to Louisville on a
truck, which showed a bridge over
the Platte river and which was
closed by a ribbon, which at the
proper time during the ceremonies
was clipped by a young lady, and
thus connecting the two counties
with a free bridge. Weeping Water
in many way worked hard to make
the Louisville celebration the suc
cess it was. iouisvuie also leeis
grateful for the kindly -feeling and
assistance which their sister city of
Weeping Water had shown them.
To Return to the Farm.
Lyle Fleming and family who a
few years ago decided to quit farm
ing and engage in other activities
had a sale at the farm southeast of
Weeping Water and departed for Los
Angeles, California, where they found
employment. Now after the lapse of
a few years the longing for the
farm has prompted them to return
to the land where they spent their
younger years and will the coming
spring again embark in farming on
the farm where they formerly re
sided. Attending County Fair.
Frank Heim and family, who make
their home at Clarks, South Dakota,
who lived in this city some 40 years
ago. having resided in South Dakota
for the past 38 years, were in Louis
ville last week attending the open
ing of the bridge carnival, and as
well visiting old time friends in
that vicinity were In Weeping Water
this week attending the county fair.
Speaking of the crops in the north,
they said their corn was about half
a crop but that they had very good
wheat and small grain, but the grass
hoppers became so bad during the
late summer, that they attacked and
ate everything green that appeared.
He said much poison bran was used
which killed many but there was still
enough left to eat all vegetation.
H. C. Christensen Better.
H. C. Christensen who was so
seriously injured several weeks age
in an auto wreck and was in the
hospital for some time, has been
home for a number of weeks and
showing improvement with each ad
ditional week. However he was not
30 well a number of days during the
past week, but is gradually pulling
out of the effects of the injuries.
His many friends are hoping that
he may be entirely recovered at an
early date. He was down town last
Celebrated Passing Anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rehmeier were
united in marriage some thirty-five
years ago, and have made their home
near Weeping Water during the in
tervening years. During the time
they have acquired a host of friends,
some hundred of whom were congre
gated at the Rehmeier home last
Sunday to appropriately celebrate the
passing of the event. There were
games and eats and all enjoyed the
occasion very nicely. There were be
sides the friends and neighbors here
guests from Alvo and other points
in the county as well as a number
from Omaha and Lincoln.
Engaged in Restaurant Business.
Art Johnson who recently made
the purchase of a cafe at Friend, Ne
braska, has had the outfit shipped to
Weeping Water and has had the room
owned by Spencer J. Marshall east
of the shoe store fitted up for an
up-to-date restaurant. The plumbing
work was done by L. B. Doty and
the painting and decorating by W. O.
Johnson. The room was nicely fitted
up and ready for business with the
opening of the county fair.
RETURN FROM WEST COAST
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Manacek of
Omaha were here Sunday for a few
hours to visit at the home of their
aunt, Mrs. R. A. Bates, the Omaha
parties just returning from a trip to
the west coast. They had a very fine
trip and enjoyed the sights of the
San Francisco fair, the beauties of
the north California city and its
great new bridges. They also spent
Rome time at Long Beach with Mr.
and Mrs. Jess Romero, the latter a
sister of Mrs. Manacek, and meeting
many old friends as well there and
at Los Angeles where they took in
many places of interest. .The trip
was one that they enjoyed to the
utmost and will long pleasantly re
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SURPRISE ON PASTOR LENTZ
Sunday evening, Sept. 3, in con
nection with its annual Mission Fes
tival, the congregation and the guest
Bpeaker of the Eight "Mile Grove
Lutheran church surprised Pastor
Lentz with a little celebration staged
to commemorate the 20th anniver
sary of his ordination.
After the lose of the services,
Pastor L. Wolff from Diller, Nebras
ka, requested the pastor to take a
seat. Surprised, he noted the con
gregation take seats, instead of pro
ceeding to leave. Pastor Wolff then
gave a scripture reading and a brief
address, stating the purpose and the
intention to honor Pastor Lentz, who
has been pastor in this congregation
Tor fourteen years.
After the services, all proceeded
to the church parlors, where more
speeches were given. Congratulations
were extended by Mr. Herman Hen
nings in behalf of the Church Coun
cil and congregation; Mrs. W. G.
Meisinger, in behalf of the Ladies
Aid Society; .Miss June Keil. in be
half of the Sunday school; Mrs. Glen
Kraeger in behalf of the Women's
Missionary Society, and Miss Wilma
Friedrich in behalf of the Luther
Miss Floreine Schafer presented a
beautiful leather brief case as a
token of appreciation and recogni
tion, the Schafer girls quartet sang
a beautiful number and then Pastor
Wolff read a brief history of the life
pf Pastor Lentz composed in a semi
humorous vein to which Pastor
Lentz responded with some reminis
cenes from the past and of his ac
tivity in the congregation.
A delicious luncheon was served
by the ladies. And at a late hour all
returned home. Thus was brought to
i close a day that will be memor
able to the pastor and his people
memorable not only because it co
incides with the declaration of war
in Europe, but also for a beautiful
Mission Festival, with English ser
vices in the morning by Pastor V.
Moeller of Falls City, German ser
vices in the afternoon by Pastor
Moeller and English services in the
evening by Fastor L. Wolff, of Dil
ler, Nebraska, some fine numbers by
the choir and quartette number by
the Schafer girls, inspirational ad
dresses, and last, but not least, to
the pastor the recognition and com
memoration of his 20th anniversary
About 200 people were present.
FUNERAL OF MRS. J. C. SNAVELY
Mrs. J. C. Snavely, formerly Miss
Mary Eliza Porter, of whom a report
of her passing appeared in an earlier
issue of this paper, was born on
May 1. 1S74 at Seven Mile Creek.
Va., passed away late last week. The
funeral was conducted from the
Methodist church at Union by Rev.
George Randall, former pastor of
the Methodist church of Union, now
pastor of the Methodist church of
?outh Omaha, assisted by Rev. Mc
Gaughey, pastor of the Methodist
church at Union. There was as many
r.s could be gotten in the church
present to pay their last tribute of
respect to this excellent woman.
Miss Mary E. Porter was united
in marriage with J. C. Snavely De
cember 26. 1900. To this union was
born one son. Carl. Mr. and Mrs.
Snavely have mostly made their home
in and near Union all their lives
and have many friends in the com
munity. A quartet composed of P. F. Rihn,
C. H. Whitworth, D. Ray Frans and
Rev. McGaughey sang while Mrs.
L. G. Todd presided at the piano.
The pall bearers were five brothers,
Messrs. W. H. Porter, D. B. Porter,
of Union, John T. Porter of Platts
niouth, Wade Porter of Omaha and
Westley Copenhaver of Union, a
Rev. Randall spoke from the text
where the Master told Martha at the
resurrection of Lazarus. "I am the
resurrection and the life." Interment
was at Mount Pleasant cemetery
north of Nehawka.
Among those who attended the
funeral were John T. Porter and wife
of Plattsmouth. Wade Porter of
Omaha, George M. Porter and wife
and Mrs. Van Petten of Lincoln.
This is the first death to occur in
the Porter family who came to Ne
braska more than fifty years ago.
AN INSPIRING INVOCATION
At the Louisville Free Bridge Cele
bration dinner to Governor Cochran
and other officials last Friday, the
invocation delivered by Rev. Homer
L. Dickerson, Methodist church pas
tor, received much favorable com
ment. Rev. Dickerson said:
"Our Heavenly Father, we thank
Thee that we live in a country where
ballots, not bullets rule; where men
are elected to office, not self-appointed;
where the State frees a
bridge, not destroys it; where men
and women can attend a banquet,
not food lines. Help us preserve this
13 r ray
Business called W. G. Boodcker
to Omaha Monday of this week.
The family . friend at any time,. "
iing Co., that the corn was grown
there is need. Porter Funeral Home,
David Kendall of Union, was look
ing after some business in Murray
last Monday and meeting his many
friends while here.
Tl,;n?r T-,?l it if Vi li linva f.Y nol I
1 "' Ithe proper celebration of t lie event
!.o begin the picking of this years' , , . . . . . , .
" it ihy a number of his friends at the
.orn crop the last of thai week M(.rnlloh hrnio wiIn a vprv finc din.
the first of next week. Iner. There were there for the oc, a-
Earl Merritt has been working in . ,,.,, j ,
Irion K. A. Noell and fanr.!y, Y m.
Union doing some painting of prop- ... j
.... .Gnflin and family. Jams Latta and
frty of Charles Atteberry which he,
J J l Grandmother Noting of Weeping a-
!ias rented to Mr. Mickey. , .. , ... .
tcr as well as members of the Mo-
rniSr. Infill T'iJi ,itr crill l)UT!l I
' " '
vere in Omaha last Monday wnere
Ihey went to market some 400 of
their poultry flock of this year.
Albert Bartlett who lias been
working in Iowa during the past
Mimmer on a farm was visiting injin dry dock where extensive repairs
Murray with his friends for a few
John Frans was painting the office
uildine- of Dr. Gilmore w hich is
used for an office bv Dr. R. W. Ty -
-.on. It is adding much to the ap -
pearance of the building.
Mrs. E. H. Riggs of Brewster, a
j. , a Tr,; nr.,! u-iiol?
Frans and F. L. Fitch and John
Fitch has been visiting for the past
week in Murray, Nehawka, Union
Chester Sporer and the family
were enjoying a visit at the home
of the parents of Mrs. Sporer last
Punday and as well an excellent din
ner at the home of Wm. Brandt and
wife, parents of Mrs. Sporer.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gorder and
daughter. Mary Catherine of Platts
mouth were geusts Sunday evening
t the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Troop, parents of Mrs. Gorder visit
ing and staying over night.
In his trp to Arapahoe where
Lyle Hortoa took the remains of the
late Martin L. Ruby for burial, he
was accompanied by Wm. Gorder,
who went along to see the country
md to be company for Mr. Horton.
Mrs. Mary Johnson of Ong has
been keping house for W. S. Smith,
assisting in the care of the home.
thus allowing Mr. Smith to look after
the store. Miss Roberta Custodin
has been visiting for the past week
at the Smith home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kelsey of Shen
andoah, Iowa, uncle and aunt of
Mrs. George E. Nickles were in Mur
ray and guests at the Nickles home
last Sunday where all enjoyed a very
fine visit and an excellent dinner
served by Mrs. Nickles.
W. O. Troop expects to begin pick
ing corn the first of the coming
.veek, as he Bays the corn is dry
now as ordinarily the first of Decem-
her and one had just as well get
the picking done and out of the way
Tor no one knows what the weather
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Merritt were
over to Louisville Thursday of last
week attending the three day carni
val in connection with the making
of the Louisville bridge free from
tolls, where they enjoyed a very fine
afternoon and met many of their
Dr. and Mrs. G. II. Gilmore were
visiting at Lincoln last Monday
where they were attending the fun
eral of their old time friend, Mrs.
Carl Snavely, formerly Miss Mary
Porter. They also visited at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. D. Ray Frans w nne
Mesdames Robert H. Bestor of
Plattsmouth and Mrs. W. O. Troop
of Nehawka were over to Union
where they visited the W. B. Ban
ning orchards where they saw some
ten thousand bushels of apples grow
ing and with pickers very busy
On last Monday Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Gregg with their auto departed for
a tour in Iowa. They could not
stand the reports of such excellent
corn crops in Iowa without going
an investigating. They also inves
tigated land prices and business
conditions and what Iowa had to
offer as a place to live.
Lawrence Smith who has to make
his way around on a wheel chair
is making some twenty-eight shutters
to be used on the homestead of the
late Z. W. Shrader estate. Lawrence
is not afraid to work and wa3 hop
ping to the job on last Monday, with
determination to accomplish his
task as soon as possible.
Visiting with Relatives.
Mrs. ' Margaret Erendel and son,
Richard are this week visiting at
Franklin wtih Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Brendel, and as well at Sargeant
at tne nome oi Air. anu -ms. .
Kidder. They expect to spend the
greater part of the week on their
Sells Corn for Hominy.
" J. A. Davis who has grown white
corn and having kept laEt year's
crop until now shelled and delivered
Jhe crop last Monday afternoon to
the Norfolk Packing company at
Plattsniouth. where it will be used
for the manufacture of hominy. Re
member when you eat the luscious
h rr 1 1 v narl-pH Ytv tliA Knrffi!k Tf k-
just one mile west of Murray.
Enjoyed Birthday Dinner.
The friends of Harry M(('uIIh h,
who was passing his birthday anr.l
rersarv last Sunday wag assisted in
Enjoying Furlough Here.
Eugene Cruder 5o is a mechanic
on Deisel enpines while bis boat Is
ire being made on it at Bran gin tor.
Washington, H visiting in Murray
. ; i , t . . , . j . ,
j""" ms !" -r. a...,
I B- Gruber. AVhile on his furlough
F!' - f'ne wi" vis ,n 'ray. Union,
jNhawka and Weeping Water with
his manv frifnds at ra,h ,rwn- U
I""'"' ,'nst Saturday and ' l"T
thirty clay ruriougn.
W. A. Lewis Very Pcorly.
W. A. is of Laural. In the
northern part of the' state has for
some time been very seriously ill
as his home and has been visited
l)y his daughters. Mrs. A. G. Cisny
and Mrs. C. H. Peck. Last Sunday
A. D. Rhoden drove to Iaural and
was accompanied by hi mother. Mrs.
Anna Rhoden. a siter of Mr. I,ew is.
and Mrs. Mont Shrader. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lw is. On his return
'Mrs. A. G. Cisney accompanied him
home for a time, expecting to return
in a short time as her father is very
Celebrated 21st Birthday.
Mrs. Robert II. Bes-tor of Platts
mouth with her husband and their
little son were guests at the home
of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Troop wliere she was enjoying her
birthday with a very nice visit and
a very fine dinner.
Returns to Lincoln Home.
Mrs. Robert Troop, Sr., better
known as Aunt IOti Troop, who
makes her home in Lincoln and who
has been visiting in Chicago with
her grand niece for some time past,
returned to her home in Lincoln last
week, stopping at Platt.rnouth for
a short time, then continuing rn to
Lincoln, her home. She xpets to
visit Plattsmouth again at the time
of the King Korn Karnival.
Selects Good Corn for Display.
Tommy Trxp who is an expert
on good corn, has gathered a grner
out quantity of open polirated corn
which he is saving for feed, and
'ill exhibit it at the Cass couu"
Anyone that has the oranire boleros
that were used in the 101 Kins: Korn
coronation, are asked to leave the same
at the Mullen Meat Market. Their
courtesy w ill be very much appreciat
ed. Cass county Ts no ronOed In
debtedness, ns. tike the state, we
have paid cash for our hard aue
Tnced road and other Improve
ments as we went.
School will be starting soon.
Will your car he going to
school this year!
A split-second accident nay
cost you the savings cf a life
time. Call or
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