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Beatrice Daily Sun Newspaper Archive: September 7, 1930 - Page 7

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   Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 7, 1930, Beatrice, Nebraska                                BEATRICE DATXY SUN The Great Silence Speaks ment In the High school Miss Rowllson will teach the following 7th and 8th grade subjects his grammar and spell ing and the 7th grade is seated In her Strickler teaches the 7th and 8th grade arith drawing and besides the 5th and 6th and 3rd and 4th The enrollment to date is forty It might be of interest to our away from home folks to know who is and the grades they are so the en rollment is as follows tenth Sophia Ninth Evelyn Keith Ruth Carpenter and Kenneth Eighth Charles Wesley Frances Vlolett Dell and Leland Seventh Ralph Marvin Franklin Cox and Leo grade Byron Dean Fifth grade Joe Dell and Marion Fourth grade Neva Brune Meints and Coral Third Bar bara and WillardLem Second grade Donna Dee Dean First grade Opal Kenneth Ha Angeline James Loraine Low Lucille and Wayne Beginners Kenneth Low Truman Betty Ros Vernon Fern Dorothy Donald We are hoping to get the play COUNTY NOTES excess rains has decayed and the fitting of ground for wheat in this com Very few farmers have beau in their fields for the past weeks for fall Mayburn of Okoto haa been baling hay for Ed Retchlcss and John Novonoty for the past few The hay wu cut on Yorks prairie The crop is estimated by MayTjurn to be about 29 and Howard Retchless the weekend in Lincoln with friends and at tending the fair on the ppenlng and Harley Trump and family attended Jones Sum mer Shows in Beatrice last Little Lyle Wllley is ill with Infantile He has been on the sick list the past three Thomas is in Pearl Manes carried the mail on route 1 for several days while Carl Mutcnmore was on his va Harley Trump and family at tended the Nebraska state fair in Lincoln Robert and James York re turned home Sunflay after an ex tended visit with their grand near Have Searcey and family took Sunday dinner at the home of Searceys and John of George Manes called veterinarian of to attend aa injured A large number of this com munity attended the Labor Day picnic at Mon Korn Fob rural dis trict number opened school students are and Howard Retch formerly Miss Hilda Lin who had two years prev iously taught this is the Instructor for the ensuing school ITFIVm BUS north of Barneston lTliJ Frank Fisher is having his farm buildings painted this Misses and Frances Blaker are spending this week in camping at the fair All ttee girls hav 4H work and each was awarded prizes on their Sherman and Edmund McGuire have rented 65 acres of wheat land from which they have begun to Roy Munson and family of Council spent last week with her and Elam Henry who has been home during the summer assist ng Leo Bobner with his farm was called back to Omaha last week by the Union Pacific railroad to resume hia work on the Hank is a and soon after resuming his work he ran on the local to the funeral of Darwin had a young horse get terribly cut in the wire ence Wednesday The horse was most wild with the sesky flies and somehow got into fence in his Frank Schuster la our man of all trades and comes mighty ban dy when he is needed for different kinds of Just now he is repiasternig the ceilings in the upstairs rooms in the home of Harold Evelyn Thompson of Rokoby is visiting her former school ma Ruth Bernhardt of Beat rice spent Friday in the home of her Lillian Van Berg of Carper Wyoming is visiting her friend of years To Fred Peterson and Lewis go the laurels for the larg cst home grown Fred Peterson had them to measure TI inches and Lewis McKnight went to Beatrice on Friday to visit with the doctor for a few He seems to be recovering nicely af ter the severe eye operation of last but the bandage can not be removed yet for at least ten Fisher entertained Virginia Items and Lewis spent Labor Day in the home of uTelr HHclub on There ftsrantv lariiaa Vtvwirfxri daughter and husband and Dan Vielt and children four days in Lincoln with attending the MiH Mary had 4H club work exhibited and did demonstration work Oaten accompanied by her Made and children of weekend In Lincoln with the formers Roy who IB taking work They attend ed the opening of the Llye Showen of near Liberty Old hU Oaf ford Show enf of chores while lie and hta family were in Lin 0om the John Marah Thurs day at the home of her and U HIM Beulah of Beatrice hospital from an appen home now HIM Frances Belle York spent weekend with her of Tuesday ey and at Of Fred Wright of Miss Mary Palmer and Jbe tad Jim Palmerattend John Eastwood of Summer Joe Lewis and family and sister Edith LaPlant and family of Kansas re turned home on Sunday after spending several days pleasantly in the homo of their Er nest Lewis soutii of Clarence Mitchell Jim Libal and Cecil Campbell left on Tuesday for the potato and beet fields of Scottsbluff They plan on working for several montha they can land a and Jones of spent the weekend here their and Joseph They all went to the home of and Edwin Mack of Wymore Sunday where they enjoyed supper and later an ice cream and cake Art Peterson of Kansas City arrived here on Tuesday and spent the weekend here his parents while he recuperates after a tonsil Thorn of Holmesville trea ted the cashier of the bank and the post office force to some fine roasting Maude Kizer returned home on Tuesday night and re ports a very enjoyable visit with her daughter in Counct She also tells the old est grand daughter spent two days at the Iowa state In company with the High school band of Council Their ranking in the musical contest has not as yet been There were about In the and Xtaank Kendrick of St were in town Tuesday but hurry and did not tarry Terhune of Lincoln spent several days here her broth er returning home Roy and Sam Lariraoreand McCown at tended thefair Minnie Johnson returned home Wednesday after spending some weeks brother McMaater at The brother te now vis iting FranK Schuster pf the mail route onThursday In the ab of the carrier who were twenty six ladles braved showers and slippery roads to at A very pleasant afternoon was speut after which Fisli er served a splendid lunch enjoy ed by Fred Peterson and son Art were Vusiness people in Beatrice Wed and Fred Braun re turned home Tuesday evening af ter spending a week with rela tives in The funeral of the late Whistler was held from the home of his daughter Morria east of town on Thursday after Service read by Mar tin of The music was tarnished by Helen Opal Wright and Bernice Boyer with Pauline Lewis at the In terment was in the Lewiston cem ground organized so we may have lots of both at basket ball and other The teachers are looking forward to parents There were sev eral parents who made it a prac tice last year to visit at least once a We hope that the will be as much alive as it was last because it is through the cooperation of Par entTeachers and pupils that the best results are and Millard Bowen are enjoying a weeks visit with their Mary Mo schel and children who are here from Coy Weaver had charge of the post office Wednesday during the absence of and Har vey who attended the state fair that They were accompanied by and Mrs Fred Bernice Ward is assisting Grant Willis with her house Mary Iva and Tony drove up from Pawnee City Tuesday to visit with and Don and Oscar FranU and family spent their vacation Mon visiting in William Topf returned home Monday from an extended visit with relatives in Esther Burroughs went Sun day to the community in which she will Her school is near and John Bernhardt and daughter Phyllis of Chicago and Miss Dorothea Bernhardt of Denver came the latter part of the week to visit with their mo Dorthea Bernhardt and their brother Miss Doro thea is employed as a steno grapher in one of the leading de partment stores in Newell Wine of was a guest at the Dell home last Sunday and Mon Donald Reimer assisted in the store during the absence of Carl and Landen and son of Omaha spent Sunday with her Don Joe Reiff and son Wen dell spent Thursday with and Homer Land reth and family of Holmesville and and Walter Bern hardt and family of Beatrice were Sunday guests of their and Clyde Rossell Dell left last Sat urday for where he is to be the judge of the draft horses at the district fair which is being held at that He will visit his sister and fam and Heaston at while out Misses Vera Loretta Cox and Evelyn Leeper visited school and Don Bangs and children went to Steel Fri day and visited Bangs sister and and They returned home day Evelyn member of the 4H club was awarded state champion prize by the judges at the state on her school drees Another member of this Alierie Richards was award ed first prize for her laundry This was the girls first year of club They are to be congratulated on their attain Laura Hoppman of Ne braska City is a guest of the Ruyle and Carl Dell and Carl Junior drove to Lincoln Sun day and visited in the h ome 01 their and Mrs They attended the fair returning home Monday Miss Pauline Dell presented her piano pupils in a recital at th Brethren church last Friday afternoon at There were twentysix of the thirty pupils who Those from this community who took part were Junior Dean and Neva Loren and Ronald Ruth Violette and Dorothy Ruth and Vivian Lewiston Notes Burton Wilson motored to Bea trice Friday and Frank Phelan and Art Snyder who have been In the western part of the state for several weeks returned home Allyne McDaniel and Herbert motored to Burchard Sat The ladies met Friday afternoon with Hen ry Schultz living east of It was the day for election of offic Florence McDaniel and son Allyene and little grand daughter Patty Ann motored to Beatrice Mary Dinnis spent the week end at the home of her niece Roy Kramer and fam ily living south west of and Richard son motored to Omaha Monday and returned home and Walter Phelan and Phelans Mrs Jennie Gifford and Miss Idessa Beser returned to their homes the first of the week from Iowa where they had spent a few days visiting and Clark and and and Frazer attended the state fair at Lincoln and Eden Bachenberg and sons and Will Ivy Wilson and Alvie Bachenberg and son Harold and Misa Emma Bachenberg mo tored to Cook Sunday and spent the day visiting at the home of Harris and He was pastor here two years ago and his family resided here for four Edi Guida had charge of the Richardson store while and Richardson were one to Omaha a few days the first of the The Happy Home club ladies met Wednesday afternoon with and Glen Tedrow and and Lloyd Richardson motored to Beatrice School will start here on Mon day Allyene McDaniel attended the state fair at Lincoln Martin was back in his pulpit and preached again Sunday morning after being ab sent for two weeks as he and his family were on a two weeks va Guy Tidbali motored to Lincoln Wednesday and saw his mother who is at the state and he also attended the state fair a1 Byron Sisco and Allyene Me Daniel motored to Beatrice Fri day and Peacock and chil motored to Beatrice The ladies aid society met on Thursday in the church basement for an all day meeting quilting was the work they Hes For Comfort Aiaociatett Prett Tnomas health commissioner of New York wants men to wear the slan blouse he has on for health and Simple Insurance Method la Germany Uiere is a slot ma chine selling A traveler may Insure himself for one or two days for from to 12 Whea he receives his accident in the form of a the apparatus receives the imprint of his A New Chevro Truck with Dual Wheels Rockford i Notes School opened Tuesday with things starting off in fine shape We have two new teachers on the Miss Grace RowHnaon of Beatrice and Forrest Strickler of Because of the small enron 6CYLINDER 5OHORSEPOWER ENGINE FOURSPEED TRANSMISSION NEW HEAVIER REAR AXLE NEW LARGER TRUCK CLUTCH ENCLOSED BRAKES DUAL WHEELS were called to Lincoln Sunday on account of the serious illness of Roseella Rea who Is suffering as a result of a stroke of and Willis were on their way from their home in Hordville to Rockford where they had plan ned to attend a family vw with and RoaselL spendtasf the night Batmday their eon in Lincoln Hta many sorry to hear of his UkeM hope that he wU improvi kk short Leonard Bet left Crete Doaoo Chevrolet ducri new It it big and Need Gas Call 225 TKe Best Green Lantern Service VhuUpa Gasoline PhUHpe aad Alemlte and Berk Greasing Bother eajoal Your liecuOevt Chevrolet dealer wfN IMPORTANT FEATURES DueJ wheels ot siicjht wWi MK trucktype cord blggetvheevier rear exle ciompfcutely enloseHourwheel brakes1 heavyduty trucktype channel iO baud and jpore DUAL WHEaS CHEVROLET MOTOR MICHIGAN ITS W I i E TO C H O O E   

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