Sunday, September 7, 1930

Beatrice Daily Sun

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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 7, 1930, Beatrice, Nebraska Beati**, N’efirasEa, Sunray, 5e^t^7^93G. BEATRICE DAILY EUN r ADE EEV EIV The Great Silence Speaks COUNTY NOTES 0*1X1** week. with bern p*5t In in »IBERTY nr MS The axer#* rain# ha* delayed plowing. and the fitting of ground for wheat In thia r^m-Vnunlty. Very few farmer* have been In their field* for the peat Hen weeks for fall work May Hu rn of Oketo baa been baling hay for Ed lief chien# and John Novonoty for the past few day* Th* hay wa# cut on L F York* prairie field The crop I* estimated bv Mr. May*";m to I ^ about 2a ton* Mr. and Mr.*. Howard Relink? ppent the week-end in Lincoln with fnend* and relative!* attending the attic fair on tho rpentng days. Mr. and Mr* Harley Trump and family attended J ne:, mer Fhows in Heatr; e la.** Little Lyle Willey i ii Infantile paralysis He ha on the sick list for the three weeks. Lr Thomas attendance. Pearl Manes carried the mail co route I for several days while Carl Mutchmore wa* on his vacation. Harley Trump and family attended the NeHra*ka state fair in Lincoln Thursday Robert and James York returned horn* Sunday after an extended visit with their grandfather. W. Y. York, near Havelock. L. G Searcey and family took Bundav dinner at the home of Mrs Searcey* parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Russel, of Armour. George Mane* called Dr. Walsh, veterinarian of Wymore, to attend an Injured mule. A large number of this community attended the Labor Day picnic at Marysville, Has, Monday. Horn Fob Kollege. rural district number .16. opened school Monday. Fourteen students are enrolled, and Mrs. Howard Reteta-leea. formerly Miss Hilda Ltn-eoott who had two years previously taught thie district, is the Instructor for tbs ensuing school year. Mrs. Dem Vielt and children ■pent four days in Lincoln with relatives, attending the fair. Miss Mary had 4-H club work exhibited and did demonstration work there. Mw. T. C. Oates accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Chaa. and children of Wymore, spent last week-end In Lincoln with th# former's daughter, Mrs. Roy Brassby, who la taking university work there. They attended the opening days of the fair. Uy» Showen of near Liberty did bls brother’s, Gafford Show- aD 'a of this rlclnity, chorea while he and his family were in Lincoln attending the fair. Mrs. John Marsh spent Thursday at tbs home of her parents, Mr. Mrs. C. L. Willey. Miss Beulah THU of Burchard, lerly of this community,! In a Beatrice hospital gas’ n rth of Bameston Sunday. Frank Fisher I# having hi* farm building# painted this week Mi*, ca Irene, Helen, and France* Bicker are spending tin* week in Lincoln, camping at the fair grounds All Gee girl* hive 4-H work exhibited, end each wa! awarded prize* on their exhibition#. Sherman and Edmund McGuire have rented 65 acres of wheat I md from B. W. York, which they have begun to plow. Mrs, R M .nam and family of Council Bluffs, la., spent last with her parents, Mr. and week WHO her J I Mrs. Elam HJcke Henry Eckert. , home during the ' inc Lee Bobner p two weeks from an appen-tyjfeffl operation, is home now ecuperattng. Mise Frances Belle York spent week-end with her friend, IMIsh Lindquist of Lincoln, Bing home Tuesday evening. /Sd Bb* J. E. Willey and took Sunday dinner at home of Fred Wright of lapSHe* Has. Wm. Nise, Mias Mary Palmer, Bd Joe and Jim Palmer attend-Xeed ut who ha* been summer assist-with hi* farm work. was r ailed ha k to Omaha last week by the Union Pacific railroad to resume his work on the road Hank lr a brakeman, and soon after resuming his work he ran on the local to Man,-: Ville. Virginia Items Mr. an I Mrs H R l^ewis spent Labor Day in the home of their | daughter and husband Mr. and ‘ Mrs. John Eastwood of Summer-I field, Kansas Mr. J e Lewi* and family and I sister Mr*. Edith La Plant and I family of Concordia. Kansas re-] turned home on Sunday after I spending several day* pleasantly I in the home of their brother, Ernest Lewis south of town. Clarence Mitchell Jim Libal and Cecil Campbell left on Tuesday for tbs potato and beet fields of Scottsbluff vicinity. They plan on working for several months tf they can land a Job. Mr. ami Mrs. Ed. Jones of Omaha, spent the weekend hers with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weiss. They all went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mack of Wymore Sunday where they enjoyed supper and later an ice cream and cake social. Apt Peterson of Kansas City arrived here on Tuesday and spent the weekend here with his perents while he recuperates after a tonsil operation. J. A. Thom of Holmesville treated the cashier of the bank and the post office force to some fine roasting ears. Thanks. Mrs. Maude Kiser returned home on Tuesday night and reports a very enjoyable visit with her daughter in emmet Bluffs, Iowa. She also tells us, the oldest grand daughter spent two days at the Iowa state fair, In company with the High school band of Council Bluffs. Their ranking in the musical contest has not aa yet been reported. There were about forty pieces In the band. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kendrick of St. Joe, Mo., w'ere In town Tuesday but seemingly in a hurry and did not tarry long. Mrs. To rh un a of Lincoln spent several days here with her brother Mr. Cleveland, returning home Fid ay. W. S. McOaffev. Roy and Sam Larimore and S. B. McOown attended the fair Thursday. Mrs. Minnie Johnson returned home Wednesday after spending some weeks with her brother E. C. McMaater at St. Lavorv, Nebraska. The brother is now visiting here. Frank Schuster took care of the mail route on Thursday in the abac the carrier who attended the funeral of Mr. Whistler. H. E. Darwin had a young horse get terribly cut ta the wire fence Wednesday evening. The horse wa* most wild with the pesky flies and somehow got into the fence in his frenzy. Freak 8cbu*Ur is our man of a1 J trades and comes mighty handy when hs 1* needed for different kin is of work. Just now bs Is re-plastcmig the ceilings In the ups tai re room* in the home of Harold Woodbridge. Evelyn Thompson of Rokoby Is visiting her former school mates, here. Mrs. Ruth Bernhardt of Beatrice spent Friday in the home of her parent*. Mr*. Lillian Van Berg of Carper Wyoming i# visiting her friend of years ago. Mr* Kiter. To Fred Peterson and H. R. Lewis go the laurel* for the larg-ort home grown peaches. Fred Peterson had them to measure 7’n inches and Lewis »>£ inches Mrs. H. P. McKrugbt went to Beatrice on Friday to visit with the doctor for a few day*. He seem# to be recovering nicely after the severe eye operation of last week, but the bandage cannot be removed yet for at least ten day's. Mrs. A. L Fisher entertained the H. H. club cm Thursday. There were twenty six ladies braved the shower* and slippery road* to attend. A very' pleasant afternoon wa* spent after which Mrs. Fisher served a splendid lunch enjoyed by a’!. Fred Peterson and son Art were tusinm people in Bes trice Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Fred Breun returned home Tuesday evening after spending a week with relatives in Kansas. The funeral of the late Mr. Whistler was held from the home of his daughter Mrs. E. D. Morris east of town on Thursday afternoon. Service read by Rev. Martin of Lewiston. The music was furnished by Helen McVey, Opal W’right and Bernice Boyer with Pauline Lewis at the piano. Interment was in the Lewiston cemetery. Rockford I Notes School opened Tuesday with things starting off in fine shape. We have two new teachers on the staff, Miss Grace Rowttnson of Beatrice and Forrest Strickier of Upland. Because of the small aaron- ment in the High school Miss Rowlison will teach the following 7th and 8th grade subjects: history’, reading, grammar and spelling and the 7th grade is seated in her room. Mr. Strickler teaches the 7th and 8th grade agriculture, arithmetic, drawing and pennmanship, besides the 5th and 6th and 3rd and 4th grades. The enrollment to date is forty pupils. It might be of interest to our "away from home folks’’ to know who is enrolled, and the grades they are    in, so    the enrollment    i* as    follows:    tenth grade, Sophia Jobman. Ninth grade, Evelyn Dell, Keith Parker. Ruth Carpenter and Kenneth Hand.    Eighth    grade,    Charles Burroughs, Wesley Bell. Frances Girl, Violett Dell and Leland Rullo. Seventh grade, Ralph Rosaell, Marvin Steele, Franklin Cox and Leo Leming. Sixth grade: Byron Dell, Dean Frantz. Fifth grade: Joe Dell and Marion    Dell.    Fourth    grade: Neva Frantz, Brune Meint* and Coral Girl. Third grade; Barbara Lehmkuhl, and Willard Leming. Second grade: Donna Dee Burroughs, Dean Carpenter. First grade:    Opal Girl, Kenneth Frantz, Ila Dell. Angeline Meints, James Lehmkuhl, Loraine Lowery, Lucille Forsythe, and Wayne Jung. Beginners: Kenneth Lowery, Truman Essex, Betty Ros-*•11, Vernon Wattjes, Fern Essex, Dorothy Essex, Donald Bangs. We are hoping to get the playground organized soon, so we may have lot* of fun. both at basket hall and other games. The teachers are looking forward to parent* visits. There were several parent* who made it a practice last year to visit at least onca a month. We hope that the P. T. A. will be a* much alive a? it wa* last year, because it I* through the cooperation of Par •nt-Teacher» and pupils that the best results are attained. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Bower ara enjoying a week’* visit with their daughter, Mrs. Mary Mo-schel and children who are here from Hastings. Coy Weaver had charge of the post office Wednesday during the absence of Mr. and Mr*. Har-vey Ro**ell, who attended the •tat* fair that day. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs Fred Shultz. Bernice Ward i* assisting Mrs Grant Willis with her housework. Mr* Mary Bang?, Iva and Tory drove up from Pawnee City Tuesday to visit with Mr. and Mr*. Don Bang*. Mr. and Mr*. Oscar Frantz and family spent their vacation Monday. visiting in Omaha. Mrs William Topf returned home Monday from an extended visit with relatives in Iowa. Esther Burroughs went Sunday to the community In which she will teach. Her school is near Cortland. Mr. and Mrs. John Bcrnhsrdt and daughter Phylli# of Chicago and Mi** Dorothea Eemhardt of Denver came the latter part of the week to visit with their mother, Mr*. Dorthea Bernhardt and their brother George. Mis* Dorothea is employed as a stenographer in one of the leading de-par* ment etores in Denver. Mr. Newell Wine of Enders. Nebr., wa* a guest at the J. S. Dell home la*t Sunday and Monday. Donald Reimer agisted in the store Monday, during the absence of Carl Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Landen and son of Omaha spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Don Weaver. Mrs. Joe Retff and son W'en-dell spent Thursday with Mrs. W. W. Topf. Mr. and Mr*. Homer Land-reth and family of Holmesville and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bernhardt and family of Beatrice were Sunday guest* of their mother, Mrs. Bernhardt. Mr. and Mss. Clyde Roaaall wren aahed to Lincoln Sunday on soc©unt of the serious Hines# of Mrs. Rosaell s father, Mr. Rea Willis, who la suffering as a result of a stroke of paralysis. Mr. and Mrs. Willis were on their way from their home ta Hoed Ville to Rockford where they had planned to attend a family reunion with Ma. and Mn Rossall Whfte spending tbs Hight Saturday With their am la lincoln fee afflicted. His many friend* sorry to baar of bls illness hops that bs wtB improve la a short tim*. Leonard Crete Doans ............. ............ ———ady—’ Mr. J. C. Dell left last Saturday for Sterling, Colo., where he Is to be the judge of the draft horses at the district fair which is being held at that place. He will visit his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. Heaston at Haxton, Colo., while out there. Misses Vera Topf, Loretta Cox and Evelyn Leeper visited school Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Banga and children went to Steel City Friday and visited Mr. Bang s sister and family, Mr. and Mr*. S. H. Kurtz. They returned home Sunday evening. Evelyn Dell, member of the 8 S. E. 4-H club was awarded state champion prize by the judges at the state fair. on her school dress project. Another member of this club, Allene Richards was awarded first prize for her laundry bag. This was the girl’s first year of club work. They are to be congratulated on their attainment*. Mrs. Laura H opp man of Nebraska City is a guest of the Ruyle home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dell and Carl Junior drove to Lincoln Sunday and visited in the h erne of their cousins, Dr. and Mrs. Hodam. They attended the fair Monday, returning home Monday evening. Miss Pauline Dell presented her piano pupils in a recital at the Brethren church last Friday afternoon at 2 30 o’clock. There were twenty-six of the thirty pupils who played. Those from this community who took part were:    Junior Burroughs, Dean and Neva Frantz, Loren aud Ronald Orr, Ruth Burroughs, Violette and Dorothy Dell, Ruth Carpenter, and Vivian Hand. Lewiston Notes Burton Wilaon motored to Beatrice Friday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Phelan and Art Snyder who have been in the western part of the state for several weeks returned home Friday. Allyne McDaniel and Herbert Bircher motored to Burchard Sat urday. The W. C. T. U. ladies met Friday afternoon with Mrs Henry Schultz living east of town. It was the day for election of officer*. Mrs. Florence McDaniel and son Allyene and little granddaughter Patty Ann motored to Beatrice Friday. Mr*. Mary Dinnis spent the week end at the home of her niece Mr*. Roy Kramer and family living south west of town. Mr. and Mrs. H B Richardson motored to Omaha Monday and returned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mr*. Walter Phelan and Mrs. Phelan's mother, Mr* Jennie Gifford and Miss Tdessa j Beser returned to their homes the i first of the week from Iowa Daniel motored to Beatrice FU- Schamp, Mrs. Ivy Wilson and Alvie Bachenberg and son Harold and Miss Emma Bachenberg motored to Cook Sunday and spent the day visiting at the home of Rev. Harris and family, He was pastor here two years ago and his family resided here for four years. Mrs. Ed Guide had charge of the H. B. Richardson store wdille Mr. and Mrs. Richardson were gone to Omaha a few days the first of the week. The Happy Home club ladies met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs W, Yoekel. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tedrow and Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Richardson motored to Beatrice Tuesday. School will start here on Monday Sept. 8, Allyene McDaniel attended the state fair at Lincoln Wednesday. Rev. R E. Martin was back in his pulpit and preached again Sunday morning after being absent for two weeks as he and his family were on a two wrecks vacation. Guy Tidbaif motored to Lincoln Wednesday and saw his mother w'ho is at the state hospital, and he also attended the state fair at Lincoln. Byron Sisco and Allyene Mc- H«’i For Comfort where they had spent a few days visiting relatives Mr. and Mr*. C. M Clark and sons, ajid Mr. and Mrs F M Frazer attended the state fair at Lincoln Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eden Bachenberg and sons Mr. and Mrs. Will day morning. Mr and Mrs. Peacock and children motored to Beatrice Friday. The ladies aid society met on Thursday in the church basement for an all day meeting quilting ive* the work they did Ataooiated Frees Fhotm * Or. 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