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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. OCTOBER 25. 1923
Oil Station Changes Handtf
j Wednesday, Ki-Hiik llurg, wlio has
boni in churgo of the Dei'p Rock Oil
( Station here for hivenil months, sold
the big truck nml I iihinxst to W. II.
MeKlinmi'y who immediately took pos (
feesMun Jny Kddv will unialn witli
Mr. McKimmey Hwliilc until Clnud
Frost becomes acquainted with the
iniuiy eiistoiueis. We un-ierbtaud that
the Deep Hock Oil Co , will Immediate
ly stnrt the erection of their new slat
iou on their lots on Kiist Fourth nve
nuo SCHOOL NOTES
Sent to Mr. .C. A. Fulmer, Dircc-
tor for Vocational Education; Mr. A.
B. fiolwiek. Siinorintoiulnnt. nf snimnis
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Mr. Glenn Cook, Agricultural In
structor; Mr. B. l- Perry, Secretary.
Subject: Visit to the Bed Cloud
high school in the imcic t of the
Depaitment of Vocational Education.
The state supervisor of vocational
agricultuic spent Tuesday, October
1G visiting the agncultuial depart
ment in the Bed Clovd high school.
'IVc purpose of this visit was to
check the equipment in the dopart-
meat ai.d to offei any assistance- '01
the improvement of the woik in this! Valine A. Purd.v whs bom iuSeloto,
sommunity and to sec if this depart-1 ohio Suptumhcr '28, 1818. nml passed
ment was meeting lcmiircmonls fur,tot,,e I'1''"'"' Ui'd -l"'. Nebr.,
state and federal law.
. nn.l fodnvnl 1..iu
The first class which meets in the
morning was having farm shop woik.
The hoys in this class spend two-
fifths of their time for vocational
agiiculturc on farm shop woik am'
me umcr mice nuns an iigr.cumiim Tohllt UoV( nU(UUv ,, t,.cc ,,,IRh.
work. The boys were making hog- ters-Klliiibeth, Mnry mid Ida Mis.
tioughs, chicken feeders, bulletin Burt moved with her family to Atlum
file, small talbe top and painting ar- Sils ritVi ici.sns, i (lc $.piltiK or 1877.
tides that they had made in the sho,. Thoy movod fiom there to Puwneo
In other, words Lie boys were doing Ciunty Oklnhomn in 1891. Hciu they
thu k'nd of .shop work that meets the lived on n Homestead until the death
needs since tin's is the type of work 'of her husband in 1008; since which
they will do on their farms. During
the car they will have rope woik,
tool sharpening, soldeung. window
repair, aditional woodwork and some
work on gas engines. The remaining
mechanical phase of the work will be
given to them the second vear.
The second class which is held in
the afternoon was also visited. This
class was doing similar woik to the
other class. This is due to the fact
that this is the first year the school
has had the work.
Besides the cfass work and shop
work each boy in the class, under the
supervision of the instructor, is doing
home project work. This is the prac
tical work that is carried out in con
nection with the work. The projects
in this are poultry, dairy, sow and
litter arid baby be'ef.
The equipment of the school is
very good for most all of the work.
Some additional tools will be needed
when the complete mechanical course
is offored. A small addition to the
shop will also be needed at that time.
A good class room is available for the
work. The boys are at present mak
ing cabinets for the equipment which
has been provided.
The supervisor was well pleased
with the progress that has been made
in so short a time. The general at
titude towards the woik is good,
All of the boys seem to be very much
interested in the work.
Since this school is meeting the
requirements for a vocational agil-
cultural school the supervisor recom-
mends thnt it be approved for the
semester. The appioval or the school
means that one-half of the instruc-
tor's salary will be paid bv federal
and state funds Copy of State
Supervisors report of inspection.
Harwood went to Hastings
morning to spend tlio day
the State W. C.
being held there.
A1 M I Mhii A C? DinliAli lilllnnil
iini-n frmv. n,i,. l.omo t,, Vnivhuiv
nil. unit i r . .i . iiimiiiii iiiii iii'ii
Sunday morning to spend the day with
their daughter, Mrs. Marion Hloom
and husband, rcturnitfg 'home that
Married at Edgar
Carl L (hiss nml Miss Pauline Rhod
es were united in marriage ut the home
of the bride parents in Edgur the (list
of the week, The bride is 11 luleiited
and accomplished young liuly. Mr.
Gnss in operating 11 buttery stiition in
this city iind since locntiiiK bore lms
mnde many friends who wisli him nml
his hrhlo a hiippy wedded life
BUSINESS WOMEN'S CLUB
ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
A very pleasant and interesting
meeting of the Business Women's
pUD was held on last evening.
'After n dainty lunch was served, a
busincss meeting was held and the
following new officers were elected:
Picsident Barbara I'lmres.
Vice President Clara Walker.
Secretary Jessie McCallum
Treasurer Lydia Traut
Directors Mrs. Frank Smith,
Mniy Peterson and Ilai'el Powell.
Wednesday's Commercial Advertiser.
Ocolor2.l, inj.l-ageil 7,i veurs iindSri
She grow to uoiurwihoud in the
loto community mid with nniriiud to
Amizinh Hurt, Mai oh l'J, I8&"i. To this
union ueie born leu ehildicu: heveu
sjiis Henry, Siiniiel, Ciilvin, Walter,
tlnio she has uindo her homo with the
children. She bus been in poor health
for the Inst three years
There retuaiu to moiiiu her depart.
ure: four sons Samuel of Walla Walla,
Washington; Walter of Redando Reach,
California; Boy of Torrance, California
a ml Bay of Webb City, Oklahoma; two
daughters: Mrs. Mary Murnahaii of
Bed Cloud, Nebraska; and Mrs Ida
Acda of LeRoy, Minnesota; one broth,
cr, W. A. Purdy of Edmond, Oklahoma
and one sister, Mrs. Lilllo McMaln of
Durant, Oklahoma; nineteen grand
children and live groat grandchildren,
besides other i datives and friends.
She united with the Christian church
at the early age of ten, iu the commun
ity where she was born and raised,
After coining west she did not forget
her church relation, but transferred
Services will be conducted at Red
Cloud by Bev. C, . Nelson, pastor of
the Christian church. The intermeut
will be made in Pawnee, Oklahoma
FARM BUREAU NOTES
(By County Agent, H. R. Fausch)
There will be a meeting of all
swine breeders Tuesday evening,
October 30th at 8 o'clock in the
court house. One of the main objects
of the meeting is the arrangement of
sales. Every breeder regardless of
,the breed of hogs should attend.
Don't wait for a special Invitation.
The second annual meeting of rep
resentatives of Women's Clubs is
cuhC(i foi, Frjtjay, November 9th at
10:30 a. m. in the court house at Bed
cloudi AU women ciubs in the
C0Unty who want to carry on rome
pJmso of Extension woik in their
ciubs f,noui(l serul two or moro (ec.
j,atcs to the meeting, as the cxtcn-
sion program will be made up for the
'year of 1921.
j This being the annual meeting,
election of oflkcrH will take place and
a delegate to the home economics
meeting held in Lincoln
iwiU be e,cctcd'
The Webster county girls' demons-
tration team will give their clothing, log Sabbath, lou will enjoy the bob.
'demonstration at 1:30. ;.i .bth School! The pastor will conduct
Direction E. C. PRESTON
RED CLOUD, NEBR.
Friday & Saturday
Oct. 26th and 27th
You people who like out
door pictures or west
erns will sure like this
one. We know you
can't help but like
The Wonder Dog In
It has the thrill of the
norlhwoo d s. peopled'
with figures of hate, love,
courage, cowdarice and
through drama, sensa
tion, to moments that
make you choke or cheer.
Also another of (hose good
BUSTER HEATON COMfcDIES
9 Off HAVQ
O DIU UI I O
TEEMING with action,
radiant with beauty,
redolent with the warm
flavor of romance
here's the most talked
about picture ever made.
The enchanting story of
a madcap princess and
her daring lover, filmed
at a cost of $1,500,000
and with a cast of 3,000.
Methodist Church Notes
H. O. Wilcox, Pastor
The beautiful day we had Inst Sun
day contributed to the interest of
ohurch going and people responded
well to the services of the sanctuary.
The choir also bang beautifully both at
the morning and evening hours. The
evening service was in the nature of an
union service which had been given
over to the ofllcors of Webster connty
W. C. T U. Rev. lva M. Innes, one of
the Union's Field workers, gave the
address of the evening.
Are you chicken hungry'.' The west
circle is putting on a cafeteria supper
at the church on Friday night of this
week from 0:30 until 7 o'clock. The
ladles will be pleasod to have you
There was a host of people who were
glad to greet thuir old time fiionds,
Mr and' Mrs. Hcrrick at church last
Sunday. It Is hoped that these good
people may return to make Ited Cloud
The Kpwoith Leiignors aro begin
ning an interesting contest tl.is week
in the form of an automobile race.
Tlio Ministerial Alliance voted at
Its last meeting to designato I ho fifth
Sundays in each calendar year as W
(!. T IT. Ktitifluh at unv or all of
j willci, tmt orKatilzutlon may plan to
put ou a union Sunday night piogram
with all tlio churches cooporu'ing.
A cordial welcome is extended to
you to attend the borvlces of the com
Sunday and Monday
Oct. 28th and 20th
The Kid's a wiz!
He has a hundred new
smiles for you: yes and
a sob now and then.
Here he's an immigrant
kid. dodging the cops
and adopting a surely
old sea captain as dad.
And he looks after Dad
like a mother. But that
doesn't stop him raising
Cain with everyone
from rent-collector to
And You Ought To Suo Him
Shimmy with a IIurdy-Gurdy.
Snub Pollard Comedy
TOES., WED., THURS.
OCT. 30, 31, NOV. 1st
in "When Knighthood
Was in Flower"
ONCE in a blue moon
they come the truly
great, epoch-making pic
tures. Here is the sea
son's dazzling sensation,
the production New
York stormed the box
office for fifttecn weeks
to see. Everywhere it
has scored similiar tri
OVER STATE BANK
Red Cloud Nebraska
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper. Paints,
And Electrical Supplies.
The best place for Picture
Dr- W. Guy Gillette
Dlvino Worship at II o'clock iiud nimln
at 7:30 In the evening. The Epworth
I.eauue will meet hereafter at 0:JI0p in.
Foot Ball Game
Tho Red Cloud High School Foot
Hall te.'itn will close the sensou ho'O
Friday afternoon at which tlnio they
play the Republican City team. Turn
out and encourage tho boyp.
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