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PLATTSMOUTH fiTVUfT . WEEXLY JOUMIAL
THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1939.
the Plattsmouth Journal
PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY AT PLATTSUOUTH, BTTVRABYA
Entered at Poetoffice, Plattsmouth Neb., aa aecoad-clasx mall matter
MRS. R. A. BATES, Publisher
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$3.50 per year. All subscriptions are payable strictly in adranc.
Our services arc within the reach
of everyone. Porter Funeral Home.
Gilbert Edmunds was called to Ne
braska City last Monday afternoon
to look after some matters of busi
ness. Uncle Wm. Craig has been feeling
quite poorly but managed to keep
going and was about town early this
Miss Opal Griffin, deputy post
mistress, was visiting with friends
and relatives in Plattsmouth Monday
of last week.
II. V. Griffin was a visitor in
Omaha Monday of this week, taking
rf load of poultry and eggs to tne
" Frank Bauer and Rev. W. A. Tay
lor were In Tlattsmouth last Fri
day looking after some business mat
ters for a short time.
Frank Iauer and sister Anna, were
ever to the home of Joe Bauer near
the river last Sunday where all en
Joyed a very pleasant visit.
The former Mfss Ina LaRue, now
wife of a practicing physician, mak
ing their home in Iowa, was visit
ing with her mother, Mrs. Millie
LaRue for a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Clarence and
family were guests last Sunday at a
picnic given by the. Southeastern
Radio club of which'they are mem
bers, which was held at Peru.
Carl Cross who while threshing
some time ago got one of his fingers
in the machine, injuring the end
of one finger very severely.- taking
a portion of It off is getting along
Charles W. Hoback and wife and
son Ivan and Mr. and Mrst "WV A
Taylor were in Murray lastonday
evening to see Dr. R. W. Tyson. re-;
garding an infection cn the hand of
Elmer With row p.nd son, Elmer,
better known as Tuggles, were visit
ing in Palmyra with the father of
Elmer. They enjoyed their visit
very much and found the father feel
ing very well.
Clair Shuman. teacher in. the
Union schools was attending the
state fair recently and returned home
via Stirling where the wife has been
visiting at the home of a brother,
bringing her. home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dysart who
have been visiting with their daugh
ter at Salt Lake City for some time
past where they escaped the hot
wcathrr which wc had here, return
ed home last week.
A. L. Becker vho has a large ele
vator in the country whrre his
daughter and son-in-law. Otto Ehler3
reside was fixing the roof before the
coming of rains, which will come
some of these tims.
Miss Helen Fahrlander who now
makes her home at Ogallala in the
west part of the state, has been visit
ing in Union for the past week with
relatives and friends. Mlr3 Helen
says it is also very dry out that way
Poultry - Cream - Eggs
Before you sell, let ns quote
you our Cash Prices!
USE OUR PICK-UP SERVICE
Telephone 2541 . Union, Nebr.
THE FOLLOWING GOODS
One Steel Range, Dining Room Table,
Kitchen Cabinet, Bedstead, Mattress
and Serines. Prices are right. See
J. C. Snaeveley
Theatre . Nebraska City
Sat. - Sun. - Mon. - Tues.-
AN0THER BIG SHOW
Tyrone Power, Myrna Loy
"THE RAINS CAME"
with GEORGE BRENT
Three Shows Saturday Night
but that the country was blessed
with an excellent crop of wheat this
Oacar Midklff and family of near
Nehawka and the family of Matt
Midkiff and family of Avoca were
guests last Sunday at the home of the
parents of the gentlemen, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Midkiff.
Mrs. V. T. Arn of Plattsmouth,
daughter of Mrs. Minnie Anderson,
was a visitor with her mother last
Saturday, coming down to assist the
mother , in moving, she having apart
ments in the J. C. Snavely building.
Mr. and Mrs. George Paulis, ac
companied by Grandmother Mrs.
John Sheard were guests for the
day last Sunday at the home of the
parents of George Paulis, Mr. and
Mrs. George Paulis. Sr., at Nehawka.
Mrs. Ada Newton of Plattsmouth
was a visitor in Union and called on
Mrs. Flora Taylor last Saturday and
also brought her friend peaches and
a number of vegetables, the ladies
also enjoying a very pleasant visit.
The Union ball team was given a
very hard tussle In a baseball game
staged In Union last Sunday when
they played a team from Fort Cal
houn in which the visitors won 11
Rev. and Mrs. E. P. Booher of
Celar Bluffs were visiting In Union
Monday for the day while returning
home from the Methodist state con
ference held at Lincoln. While in
Union they were guests of their
daughter, Mrs. Paul Griffin and hus
band. At the Baptist church in Union
last Sunday evening a very Interest
ing service was had when a Mrs.
Sweeney, wife of a minister of 'the
Eaptist church in an Iowa town was
the principal speaker. She was very
earnestly listened to and her address
When Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dysart
went to Salt Lake City, they were
taken by Mr. and Mrs. Milton Fues
ncr who visted there for a short
time and returned, and when John
Fuesner and wife came to Union to
visit. Mr. and Mrs. Dysart returned
home with them.
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Morris and
family of Ashland were guests last
Sunday at the C. E. Morris home In
Union and the home was also
made the more happy by the presence
of Olin Morris and wife of Murray.
They all attended the ball game in
the afternoon to see Bernard Mor
ris pitch the game.
Visiting in Plattsmouth.
Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Becker of Plattsmouth were in Union
where they were guests at the home
of the parents of Mr, Becker, A. It.
Becker and wife and where all en
joyed a very fine visit. Arrangements
were made for the coming of Ray
to Union to take the mother to
Plattsmouth to visit Wednesday.
While there Mrs. A. L. Becker at
tended the coronation of the king
and queen of the King Korn Kar
nival and visited at the homes of
Ray F. Becker and John Becker and
Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our appre
ciation for the every kindness shown
us during the last Illness and at the
time of the passing of our beloved
wife and mother and for the flowers
given at the funral. to those who
sang and the minister who spoke so
kindly at the funeral. J. C. Snacely
and son Carl.
Union Orchertra Enjoys Picnic.
The Union orchestra which Is com
posed of Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Rihn,
Loy Pell. Milo Jay and sister, Mr
and Mrs. Alda Taylor, J. P. Jay. Rob
ert and Edith Wolfe. Mildred Burbee
and Ruth Morris, made a very merry
party going to the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Stillwell who reside four miles
sast cf Douglas where they all pic
nicked for the day. eating dinner
and supper In the open, having a
very fine time and returning home
In the evening.
Visited at Greene Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Greene of
Union were host and hostess to a
number of ' the ' relatives " of Mr.
Greene a brother," Kenneth Grene
and wife of New Mexico, who had
been vistlng with the mother at
Grand Island, were guests here Sun-
md were accompanied by the mother
and as well Mr. and .Mrs. C. E. Har
ris of Plattsmouth. Mrs." Harris be
tas a aister of Mr. Greene.'
Local Men are
Guests of the
W. A. Robertson, Past Master of Ne
braska Masons, W. F. Evers and
Judge Duxbury Attend.
From Wednesday' Datty
Last evening three local Masons
who arc honorary members of the
Sojourners club, of Omaha, were
guests at the meeting of the club
at the beautiful home of Mr. and
Mrs. Gould Deitz at Omaha.
William A. Robertson, past mas
ter of Nebraska Masons, W. F. Evers,
superintendent of the Nebraska Ma
sonic Home and County Judge A. II.
Duxbury comprised the local group
that joined the Omaha members of
this organization of active and re
serve officers of the U. S. army and
navy, now on duty or living in and
The event was honoring Lieuten
ant Commander L. Humphreys, med
ical corps of the United States navy,
who is a past president of the club
and is leaving Omaha for duty at
the naval base hospital at Manila.
The Deitz place is one of the finest
in and near Omaha and with Its
lovely grounds, landscaped and beau
tiful made a lovely scene, large flood
light making possible a fine view of
tho park of the home. The members
of the group enjoyed a fine dinner
party at the home which was elabor
ately arranged and served.
Members of the party had the op
portunity of viewing the wonderful
collection of trophies that he had se
cured from many parts of the world
In his travels and which form a very
valuable contribution from all parts
of the world.
Among the speakers of the evening
was Colonel Dailey. 17th infantry,
who recently was placed In command
of the troops at Fort Crook.
PLEASANT CLUB MEETING
Mrs. Leonard Born entertained the
members of the Four-Mile Commun
ity club at her home Tuesday, Sept.
The meeting was opened by the
president asking each member to
answer roll call by telling their hap
piest experience of the past summer.
It being the first regular meet
ing of the year a number of busi
ness affairs were discussed as well
as plans for the corn carnival.
The treasurer reported all bills
paid and quite a sum of money to
3tart the new year which is good
Mrs. Russell Stander and Mrs.
Hugh Stander were appointed lead
ers for the next meeting which will
be held October 10th at the home
of Miss Helen Hunter with Mrs. L. G.
Mrs. McDaniels of Peru and Mrs.
Max Vallery, Mrs. Catherine Nolting
and Mrs. Howard Forter were guests
of the club.
At the close of the meeting a social
hour was held after which refresh
ments were served by two hostesses,
Mrs. Leonard Born and Mrs. Mayabb.
HOLDS SERVICE AT ST. LUKE'S
The members of the St. Luke's
parish of the Episcopal church, of
this city, were well pleased and sur
prised Sunday morning to have their
former rector. Canon W. J. II. Petter,
now of Greenville. Texas, with them.
Canon Petter conducted the ser
vice for the morning prayer and
brought a very fine message to the
members of the church that ho once
served. Father George Tyncr, of
Omaha, who has been caring for
the spiritual life of the church for
the past few months, also assisted
in the service.
The members enjoyed, the Inspir
ationp! address of Canon Petter and
tolt very happy In haying him and
his family here for the services.
Mrs. Joseph Kafka, formerly Miss
Mary Lipert and daughter of -Mrs.
Frank Lipert of this city, underwent
an appendectomy operation at the
St. Catherine's hospital Monday
morning. The Kafka family reside
In Omaha, and Mrs. Kafka's condi
tion Is said to be "good." Her moth
er, Mrs. Frank Lipert .will leave for
Omaha tomorrow to visit with the
daughter and her family.
For Prompt and Dependable Ser
.vice call Market 3541, Omaha
The Fort Crook
Ft Crook, Nebr. v
Pa All Phone Calls)
RETURNS TO MINNESOTA
Following a two weeks' visit in
Plattsmouth with his son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lipert,
William Hendricks returned to his
home in Faribault, Minnesota last
week. Accompanying him home was
Mr. and Mrs. Lipert and daughter,
Miss Cecilia. En route to Platts
mouth from Minnesota, the Liperts
stopped for a short time at Lake
Okoboji, and also attended the Clay
county, Iowa fair.
Dalton Dies at
Lincoln Man' Dies Very Suddenly
Monday Morning Husband of
Former Lorine Hemple.
Funeral services for Bernard V.
Dalton, 41. 235 So. 26th street, will
be held at St. Mary's cathedral at
9:30 a. m. Thursday, Msgr. Riordan
officiating. Burial in Calvary ceme
tery in Lincoln, Splain, Schnell &
Griffiths will have charge of the ar
rangements. Miss Teresa Hemple of this city
left for Lincoln to be with the mem
bers of the family as well as attend
the funeral services. Mrs. Dalton Is
a niece of Miss Hemple.
Mr. Dalton's death came as the
result of a severe heart attack and
from which he died almost Instantly.
A son of the Daltons, Bernard, was
just married four weeks ago, August
26, and at the time of his father's
death he and his bride were on their
honeymoon. Several years ago Mr.
Dalton married Miss Lorine Hemple.
daughter of Mrs. Henry Hemple of
Lincoln and the late Henry Hemple.
Although Mrs. Dalton was born and
reared in this city, she has made
her home In Lincoln since her mar
riage to Mr. Dalton.
There is left to mourn his passing
besides the wife, two sens, Bernard
and John Dalton; one daughter. Mary
Eileen, all of Lincoln. There is also
three sisters, Mrs. John Bogan, Mrs.
Robert Malone, and Mrs. Ed Foster
of Omaha as well as a number of
nieces and nephews, and other close
DEATH AT, MASONIC HOME
from Tuesday's T)any
The death cf Mrs. Anna S. Rlnear--,on,
79. occurred last evening at the
Nebraska Masonic Home where she
has resided since 1936. when with her
husband she was admitted to the
Home from Mason City lodge No.
170. A. F. & A. M.
Mr3. Rlnearson was born in Den
mark, November 25, 1860. and came
o the United States in 1872 and has
-,ince made her home largely in the
west. Mr. Ritiearson preceded the
wife in death on January 16, 1937.
The deceased lady had apparently
been In her usital health until strick
en last evening and died in a short
There is surviving one daughter,
Mrs. Nels Arp of Richfield. Nebras
ka, a brother, Skov Nielsen, of Blair
ind a large number of nieces and
The body is at the Horton funeral
home where services will be hold on
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Rev. J. C. LowBon officiating. The
burial will be at Oak Hill cemetery.
STUNG BY BEES
Ralph JohnsoD. son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. R. Johnson, a carrier for
the Journal In the fourth ward, lost
a decision last evening to a militant
bee while Ralph was delivering his
papers. A hive of bees had been
moved and were still on tho war
path when the newsboy came along
and was attracted by the bees. A
sting near the eye closed the optic
for Ralph and Jiis face is very badly
VISITS AT OMAHA
Mrs. W. E. Rosencrans Is In Omaha
where she Is enjoying a visit with
her sister, Mrs. E. H. Hughes and
family and as well with a cousin,
Miss Nora Raker of Los Angeles,
who Is On her way east to vl3it at
New York City, where she will, visit
relatives and friends.
VISIT RELATIVES HERE
Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Arnison, of
Lodgepole, Nebraska, are In the city
to enjoy a visit at the home of Rev.
and Mrs. J. C. Lowson. Mrs. Lowson I
being a sister of Mrs. Arnison. They I
have all been attending the Meth-
odist conference at Lincoln the past
weak. ' - - ? :
Prom Tuesday's Daily
Attorny JVC. Bryant of Ashxand
was In the city today to look after
tome matters of buslces3 at the court
house1. ' .v ' '
Our services are within the reach
of everyone. Porter Funeral Home,
W. L. Seybolt and wife took an
evening off last . Thursday and drove
to Weeping Water to visit the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Davis were
in Plattsmouth last Sunday evening
enjoying a very fine show at the Cass
Harry McCulloch has been making
some teeter totters for the Murray
schools and as well for the country
schools near here.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Nickles
were in Omaha Sunday, guests at
at very fine dinner at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shrader.
Charles Stastka, jr.. departed a
;short time since for Atchison, where
ho entered a college there for a
course of a number of years of
Everett Tippert of Purdum, was
visiting in Murray last Saturday and
Sunday at the home of his sister.
Mrs. Elvin Duerr, returning home
W. G. Bocdeker was called to
Omaha Monday of this week to look
ifter business at the stock yards at
South Omaha and also looking after
business at Omaha.
Ike Todd has been busy during
the greater part of tjhis week making
hay and storing ensilage In the pit
6ilo. He has been helped by a num
ber of his neighbors.
Business called Ltieean Carper to
Omaha last Monday and was accom
panied by Ben Noell. The store was
looked after by Harry McCulloch
while they were away.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Brubacher and
daughter Beverly Ann were in Platts
mouth last unday visiting and enjoy
ing a fine dinner with Mrs. Edward
Brubacher, mother of Gussie.
Ross Bourne has been assisting
in the completion cf the black top
which is being put on highway No. 1
between Murray and the Murray
corner, operating one of the trucks.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Merrltt were
In Plattsmouth last Sunday visiting
it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
H. Fitch. They wrere accompanied
by Joy utz who also enjoyed the
Harry Noell and family, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. S c o 1 1 e n, Albert
Griffin and son, George were all . In
Louisville last-Sunday evening where
they enjoyed a very pleasant picnic
E. M. Ruby of near Manlcy and
son-in-law with their daughter, Le
ila G. Cooper were In Murray to
see Dr. R. W. Tyson about the little
granddaughter who had gotten lime
on her face, burning it badly.
Alfred Nickles who has been farm
ing for many years, but who has re
tired, the home farm being conducted
by his son is having a double corn
crim built on the farm by Contractor
J. A. Scotten.
Earl Merrltt last week was paint
ing the business building of Charles
Atteberry in Union and both he and
wife were papering at the home of
Fred Beil over on the river the latter
part of the week.
Mrs. Nellie Cuscendar of Omaha,
cousin of W. S. Smith was an over
Sunday visitor at the Smith home
and also visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Johnson, sister of Mr. Smith, who is
staying at the Smith home for a
Notwithstanding dry weather, hot
winds and even chinch bugs which
have hindered the full maturity of
the crops this season, Everett Spang
ler has found It necessary to have
a granary built for caring for his
John M. Fitch of Plattsmouth, his
sister, Mrs. E. H. Riggs, who has
been visiting here and Mrs. Sell, a
friends were visiting in Murray on
their way to the county fair last
Thursday and on their return Mrs.
Riggs Btoppe dof ra time at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Merrltt ana
then went to Union to visit with rel
atives. Mrs. Margaret Brendel and son
Richard who have eben. visiting up
ntate for the past two weeks return
ed home last week. They visited at
th& home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Brendel at Franklin and at Sargeant
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Kidder and at the home cf J. T.
Bates, Mesdames Bates and Kidder
being sisters of Mrs. Brendel.
Last Saturday Glen Todd and wife
departed for the north part of the
3tate where they went to visit for a
number of days at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Dwyer Todd, and as a treat
and surprise slipped a number of
bushels of apples from the W. B. Ban-
ning rochard In the auto as there are
few apples up norto ana a.iew woum
taste very nice to Dwyer Todd and
Visiting In Missouri.
Mrs. Bessie Bourne who has been
visiting In Missouri at Jamestown
for nearly a month, in writing to her
6on and family in Murray recently
tells of enjoying her stay very much,
This was her former home in years
gone by and she has met a large
number of. her old time friends. She
tells of the crops being very good
and much fruit, altho the weather
has been very dry recently.. They
had their fall festivities there last
week which brought thousands of
people from the surrounding country
in, and she had the opportunity to
meet many former friends.
Expect to Complete This Week.
The management of the hard fin
ishing of the portion of roadway on
highway No. 1 between Murray and
U. S. 75 and In Murray, which
has been torn up when the over
pass was being constructed, expect
to have the work completed by this
week end or early next week. This
will again put the roadway In the
best condition and allow sufficient
time for it to harden before cold
To Have Fine Home.
George Berger, who has been work
ing patiently on the erection of the
new home to take the place of the
one which was removed to make
room for the overpass, will have a
fine home. The new house will be
four roms on the ground floor, with
a full basement, divided into three
compartments. There Is a well at the
southeast corner of the house which
will furnish plenty of excellent wa
ter for the home. There will be a
bath, water and all modern appoint
ments. In the grading and excava
tion of the basement the dirt was
placed on the west side, thus grading
the east lawn of the Christian church
nicely. An old cave which has been
abandoned will be turned Into a
cesspool and sunk deeper for that
Visited in Murray Monday.
. August Krecklow and wife of
Manley who have been visiting In
Milwaukee for four months- at the
home of their son, Louis Krecklow,
were returned home last Saturday by
the son, and made a trip with the
son to Omaha Monday of this week
and stopped to see the Murray over
pass. Mr. Krecklow was formerly
the patrolman of highway No. 1
and among the first thus employed
on this highway.
To Make Home in Nebrarka City.
Joseph Stastka, agent for the Mis
souri Pacific railway who has made
his home in Murray for many years
and with the family have a large
circle of friends, but with the later
years has found it necessary tosend
the children some other place to
complete their education, has
daughter at Nebraska City attending
school and a son at Atchison, recent
ly exchanged his home in Murray for
one In Nebraska City where the fam
ilv will move to make their home
and will drive from Nebraska City
to Murray for work here. The many
friends are sorry to see this family
Attending State University.
Among those attending the Uni
versity of Nebraska from this neigh
borhood this year are Donald Nel
son, Loa Davis, Grace Lou Wiles and
Stephen Wiles, the latter two being
daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Wiles, formerly of near town,
now living over towards Plattsmouth.
At the place where Earl Merrit
has lived was an ancient barn which
belonged to James W. Holmes and
as it was rather ramshackle, Mr.
Holmes told Earl to tear it down, and
do as he desired with the lumber,
burn It if he wanted to or use It
otherwise. Earl saw In it the mak
ings of a nice garage for his car
and from the lumber has constructed
a very nice garage, working on It
In his spare time.
Murray Port Office 55 Years Old.
On September 22, 1884. the Mur
ray' post office was established In a
blacksmith shop, then conducted by
Win. Laughrige, and he was made
the nostma8ter. He later was suc
ceeded by Sam G. Latta, and he by
Sam F. Latta, later Dr. B. F. Bren
del being selected as the postmr.ster,
and continued for some years. He
was succeded by John W. Edmunds.
Later Mrs. Sarah Oldham became the
postmistress, serving for some time
and was succeed by Fred Crosser.
Then came Art L. Baker and later
Will S. Smith, who was succeded by
Harrison Nelson as acting postmas
ter. Then came Lucean Carper and
later Mr. C. D. Spangler, the pres
ent postmaster, twelve In all.
During this time Walter Snodgrasa
served as first rural carrier, who was
followed by James Manners. Then
Came K. L. Knlss, who after carry
ing for some time asked to be trans
ferred to Los Angeles and was suc
ceeded by Ernest Milbern, and last
the present carrier, Eugene Roddy.
Mrs- Margaret Tcdd has kindly
supplied us with a history of the
Murray post off ice and picture of the
building whlh housed the office was
drawn by M. G. Churchill, in the
history are many photos of former
postmasters and one of the home of
Dr. D. F. Brendel which shows the
pictures of Dr. J. W. Brendel, now
a practicing physician at Avoca.
whjle his brother, Jacob F. Brendel
now deceased, are shown, then very
small kiddies, standing in front of
the.'r parents' home. The rural free
delivery was established on October
Visited at Ashland Sunday.
Mrs. Harry McCulloch and the
children and Mr. and Mrs. Will Grif
fin and son, George with Delia visit
ed at Ashland last Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Javes Lancas
ter, where they found the family do
ing nicely, Mr. Lancaster conducting
a service station while Mrs. Lancas
ter and daughter conduct a grocery
store. They are well pleased with
their work there. Delia remained for
a number of days visit.
Rctiirned to Home in West.
Mr. and Mrs. Kingley L. Kniss
who were here a short time ago and
visited friends while on their way
to Milwaukee to attend the National
Convention of Letter Carriers, re
turned last Sunday and visited until
the following day and as the time
of vacation was drawing: short they
hastened on to their home at Los
Celebrated Silver Anniversary.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Campbell last Sunday waa
celebrated the passing of their 25th
wedding anniversary which occur
red the day before, Saturday, Sep
Miss Lelia Sudduth and Homer
Campbell were united in marriage
September 1C, 1914 at Dunnigan.
Mo., and shortly thereafter came
to Nebraska to make their home
and have lived for many years in
the neighborhood of Murray. In re
cognition of their anniversary, the
family of brothers and sisters of
the bride assembled to pay their
tribute to this excellent couple. The
day wa3 spent In visiting and an ex
cellent dinner was served, the con
tribution of the guests present.
Those present were the guests
of honor Mr. and Mrs. Homer Camp
bell and children, with the fam
ilies of all the Sudduth families in
Nebraska, among whom were Tony
S. Sudduth and family, Conrad Nick-
'es and family, Dan' Sudduth and
family of Weeping Water, Virgil
Sudduth and family of Murray and
E. A. Sudduth and family of Platts
mouth. The Plattsmouth Semi-Weekly
Journal (Monday and Thursday)
cost no more than the smallest
partial home-print weekly pub
lished In this territory $2 for an
HAY FOR SALE
A few tons of good Alfalfa Hay
for sale. See GEO. E. NICKLES at
Murray Lumber Yard
MURRAY -:- -:- NEBRASKA
and Popular Fiction
All kinds cf Magazines and Popular
Fiction at Hardin? Cream Station!
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
DouIiIp Ken lure- PniKmm t'rraluM
Kunlrr find l.yiu llarl In
'News is Made at Night
ction racked picture of a girl reporter.
Il- Hnirerx 'and Smllrr Harnett In
'Billy the Kid Returns
Hiding tho trail to a thousand thrills!
AIho last chapter of Kerial. 'Uare Hrvlls
of the lied Circle." A blic fthow for laxt
two days of the Kin Korn Karnlval.
.Matinee Saturday t 230
Adults 25c Children. . .10
SUNDAY - MONDAY
Jnek lleuny, Dorothy I.amour
'Man About Town'
You'll laueh till you cry at 'Hochester.'
A show worth driving many miles to
n.e. Our n ii 3; lomnlr. Cartooa, New.
' 8 I'KD.t Y MATINKIS AT 8:30
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Matinee, 10-250 Nights, 10-30o
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Cirorxe Haft, Kllen Dre, Zaun ntta In
The Lady's from Kentucky'
Thrilling! Kxclting! Story of the Turf:
AIko turned)- and liimi l)oen i
Matinee, 2:30. Two complete nlte bIiowm.
All Shows, 10 and 15o
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
Double Feature Virginia Ilruee and
Walter lMdgevn In
'Stronger Than Desire'
The Kevcalins Urama of Lonely Wives!
Stuart Krwlu and Gloria Stuart la
'It Could Happen to You'
A New Saturday Evening Post Storv!
Iteenlur Lovr Trices, 10c eutl :5c
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