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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Beatrice, Nebraska Monday 1 044 Beatrice Daut Sun Page five a Iii ii Iii. In flexible Home Loans tailor fitted to your income we offer flexibility in length of term size of monthly payments and amount of loan let us Mold a Home loan to fit your financial needs. Hundreds of your local friends have tested this services and proved it practical Safe and economical. T ome in Tor a Friendly consultation get All the facts the state savings amp loan association sixth and ill a streets Zenith a picnic hearing Aid $40.00 a amp t drug store make your Al pc tribal appliances last. Take your troubles toll a l electric service Hong pm. 226 Veteran golfer loses Lei Ishell tool of the game j. Walter Baumgardner Long an addict to the game of Golf Vias searching the ground at Middlekauff s dandelion Plantation yesterday As a Hunter of lost Halls there is no More thorough operator than Baumgardner observers wondered if a bail had really eluded his Eagle Eye along Carne a foursome. Quot lose something a yes my tee Quot said the vet. A ifs my favorite been with me for years Quot tee collecting is one of the old Golf hand s sidelines he has a gallon of them in Bis locker hut he wastes nothing. Personals j repair keep your radio repaired to hear the Good news. L e e a s radio ser ice in n g pm. 226 yes. We Barm 10 a til a Ford c a bul for basement end Well floor tile it Ken houses. We ice beards posts Brooder and Box sin in w Sams Beatrice amp Coal co phone 56 j a Ruby Rogers has entered a j i mrs Edward cobra of Wilber has entered a local Hospital for tre Tiru it. A mrs. U. E. Mckenzie of Virginia and mrs Ellis Beasley of Beatrice Are patients at the loth i Ler m Hospital. A mrs. Glen Wood of this City i has returned Home after an oper lation at a local Hospital i a Ernest Knoche of Plymouth. Who has been a medical patient at a Beatrice Hospital was dismissed sunday and returned Home. Wheat ii tre to starts Iii South a the wheat Harvest in okla i a and other states South has started. Land Harvest of the crop in Kansas land Nebraska will Start in about i two w weeks. Birth a a son was born yester iday at the mennonite Hospital to Imp. And mrs. Warren la in son of a Jewitt. The father is in the army also sons at the same Hospital this morning to or and mrs Millard Richardson Beatrice and or and i improving mrs Loren Evans of great Bend. Kans., formerly of by i a ,. Oof i it a a. In his pm at in recently is reported unmoving. Big furniture Vale Riche bldg., i Ltd i. I. Ii to c in. Watch for adv. Hoyle a heist Ait. 5 receive promotion a Gerald Holtmeier machinist mate has Bren promoted from second class i rating to first class rating. Public warning beware of pinworms wartime Livins conditions May lie the cause of apr it tiding Fin worm infection. Scientific report in Many Rummi Initia Aown at least one third of the a it mined children Arni grown i it a to i vie Tim of pin worm a often without know Jpn what was wrong i watch oui by the warning sign that May mean pin warm in your child or yourself the tormenting Embar rur Rutn rectal itch the uneasy stomach. Bed wetting nervous fidgeting finicky appetite. Haw discovery a fed by doctors after centuries of distress caused by pinworms a new ant highly Effi Ortii i Way to steal with this stubborn pest has recently been discovered this scientific discovery puled by medical authorities is a remarkable drug Gentian Violet. It is the vital element in pm. The new pin worm treatment developed by the Lali Satorie of or. I Jayne a son America s leading special juts in worm medicines. Pm tablets Ara email and easy to take and they act in a special Way to destroy the creatures to Don t take chances with pin warm. At the first warning sign ask your drug Gist for pm and follow the direct Toad. Pm Means pin worm Relief i mix sum Mort of Beatrice is receiving treatment at a local linblad of this City submitted to a major operation at a Beatrice Hospital this morning. Donald Haggler of Beatrice and Eunice Ewers of Cortland underwent tonsil operations at a Beatrice Hospital today. Rites for infant a son was born dead at a local Hospital Friday to sgt. And mrs. Edward Vance of Yuma Vanzand a Brief service was held saturday from the Bergmeyer Chapel. Mrs. Vance was formerly Eleanor Doyle of Beatrice. Jack beasts to operate Bank sit ale Vandriak an item from Alexandria says that or. And mrs. Jack Heasty of Baker Ore wore secured by the directors of the state Bank of Alexandria to fill the position of j. J. Rotan drier cashier and Nellie m. Moore assistant cashier who recently resigned. Or. And mrs. Heasty will be in charge of the Bank and assumed their new Friday. June 2. Mrs. Heasty was a former pm pie Ivee of the first National Hank of Fairbury for 21 years according to the Alexandria Argus. J. J. Rothmeier will remain in the Bank a Short time to assist As his plans Are indefinite. Nellie Moore started working at the Genevea state Hank june i. In county clerk office Donna Hicks is now employed in the office of the county clerk As stenographer. She takes the place of mrs Hugh Gem. Who is leaving wednesday for Tacoma. Wash miss Hicks attended Colorado women s College at Denver the inst Yea r. Return to Camp a pee. Ralph j Peterson has returned to Camp Chaffee. Ark., after spending a 21 Day fut Lough visiting with his Mother mrs. Anna Peterson and other relatives. He was a com a a hied by his wife. To attend conference the following gals from this City left to i Day for Lexington neb., to attend a Nazarene Young Peoples Confer ence Winifred Van gent Wanda Carleton Betty Coulter Edna Neal and Norma Bernhardt j in Hospital Ensign John Mccown son of the Rev. Ana mrs i Ross Mceown of this City who i stationed at a naval air base at Elizabeth City n. A is now receiving treatment at Norfolk naval Hospital at Portsmouth a. Beatrice by meet in auth Pacific or and mrs. Warren i Chamberlin have received Wold i from their son Ensign Eldon Chamberlin from the South Pacific stating that lie had recently met it. Dick Bell and la. Edgar Burdett also of Beatrice Harry Cissna of this City who i has been at Rochester. Minn., the i past few Days for a checkup re turned Home yesterday. Mrs. Kathryn Boche of this City will spend the next three weeks at Washington kans., a guest of mrs. Elizabeth greedy in and mrs. De. Joseph Harn Ley of Wahoo spent the week end i in the City with relatives. Gam Roush has returned from i Omaha where he has been at j tending the beside of his wife who has been in a Hospital there for j some Days. Or. And mrs Frank Haines of Omaha have returned Home after a visit of a few Days in the City with friends. Mrs. Eldon Howell has had As her guest tin week mrs d. W. Henderson and son from san Francisco. Mrs. Henderson will leave tuesday to join her husband at fort Riley. Kans. Or. And mrs. J. A. Reusing who have been living at Fayetteville i ark., anti spending considerable time with relatives and friends in Wymore a most on and Beatrice have gone to Long Beach a Alif. Mrs Lydia Miller and children i of Stanton spent sunday in the City with or. And mrs. Julius Birt i Zel. 523 South Grace Street. In Hospital at Topeka mrs. Roy Boggs of this City has entered a Hospital at Topeka kans., for treatment Margaret a of Tecumseh was a shopper in Beatrice saturday. I a Sterna Lier visitor and shop j per in the City Over the week end is la Rue Seitz. Gertrude Zumbahlen of Ham Over was a business visitor in Bea Trice saturday. Helen Cabins of Washington a kans., spent saturday in Beatrice with relatives. Ruby Hahm of Dewitt was a shopper in Beatrice saturday. Visiting Here Over the week end from m indent karns., was Virginia Smalley. Mrs. R. H. Swanson of Pickrell was shopping and taking care of business in Beatrice saturday. Or. Sam Roush about same Little change is reported in the condition of mrs Sam Roush of this City who is in an Omaha Hospital receiving treatment. Mrs. K. E. Feat n of Lincoln spent the week end in the City with her daughter. Mrs. Dean Brandt. She formerly resided in Beatrice to. And mrs h e. Traylor of Council Bluffs la., who have been visiting in the City returned Home today. Mrs. E. G. Horen of Maywood calix., is visiting Here with mrs. Dean Brandt for a few Days. Col. F. E. Kinney of Liberty was looking after business in the City today and called at the Sun office. A and shop personals ii City trip City to Arlene Dexter of Fairbury spending a few Day in the with friends sheriff Ben Goble made a to Norfolk today on business. Mrs. W. T. Robaska of this us in Crete visiting at the or. Banka Home. It. Walter i Suer left sunday for Omaha to which place he him been transferred from Texas. Mrs. Lee Reed has gone to w Consin to join her husband who is in the army. Or. And mrs. Glen Blacker of Norfolk spent sunday in the City with his Mother mrs. J. A ripened and daughter. Bertha. Glen spent his boyhood in Bent new locating in Norfolk years ago. Or. And mrs Tom Baums daughter of Pickrell were Ping in the City today. Or and mrs. M. M. Young of Lincoln Are visiting in the City with relatives he is an Engineer at the Lincoln Airfield Hospital a Check your Harvester machinery amp order your repairs. Now i be Ose Gem is. John Deer parts Gage county implement co. I phone i Hea try e Leona or Dewitt wit mrs else Coin spent Trice with Cham Ber or aviation wife of a the City we miss Lee h guests Jones. Ight spent sunday i her parents n Cha in Bel in at the or. And mrs Cadet in g the or Orgia Ai m lit s icy Hen it of l Day i of Lin in Bea Warren yer and sunday in Walker and mrs. Oln were mrs Edna Hange tadpole meetings for duration of Bible school tadpoles will meet at 1 15 in us afternoons on monday wednesday. Friday instead of 9 in the morning. Eng Ina s l a in out buried and Chung amese twins by p. T. In Surry c Carolina. M Vav s in dict i s social activities is Beatrice Ami Elser Here announcement for tuesday Busine and professional woman s club dinner business women a Cabin at 6 30 p. In. Service Mother club panic. Bridge club mrs Paul Drew hostess 7 30 p. In t. Club mrs hostess. 2 30 p. In i Aid i is missionary Circle first mennonite Church will pack material for greek War Relief and j mennonite Central committee re a Lief meet at the Church. 2.30 . R Bethel no. Is order cd Job daughters Nalt it at 7.30 p. In. At i masonic Temple. Because i grand Council meeting in i Jour meeting has been and j one week. A human torpedo slides into Navy a newly developed Quot human torpedoes wish sea a British tars lower one of Over the Side of the Mother ship. The the Pilot lived a capt. Thurman f. Morrison of Memphis tenn., was rescued from this p-47 Thunderbolt which burst into flames at take off from its British base. Menus of i he Day do More than boil the lentils harlot in. Adams broiled Chicken pureed lentils Chiffon de salad Melba Toast Lemon meringue tarts recipes serve Ron pureed i in to i i lentils 1 medium onion 2 Tablespoons Margarine \ our thin Cream i Teaspoon powdered summer Savory soak lentils in cold water at Hast four hours. Pick them Over carefully and Wash in several Waters. Put to boil in cold water with the onion into slices and add a bit of Salt. When they have come to the boil. Turn Down the heat and simmer gently for an hour to an hour and a Quarter or until tender. Drain and press through a Sieve reheat in double boiler Over hot water with butter Cream and Savory. Chiffon de salad i head lettuce 1 Bunch watercress 2 cold sliced beets French dressing Wash Drain dry and thoroughly chill the lettuce and watercress. When ready to serve tear these with your fingers and drop in howl. Add the beets. Pour Over French dressing and toss with Fork and spoon so that very bit of beet and greens Are coated but there is no Pool in the Bottom of the bowl. I. I Der headings o ii i t u a r y Donald Purdy Donald Elwood Purdy son of Elwood a and Aceta Purdy was born at Wymore neb May 15, 1929, and passed away at the Hospital in Beatrice neb., Friday afternoon May j9, 1944. At the age of ten years he moved with his parents to Beatrice and made his Home Here until 1942 at which time lie moved with his parents to a farm near Holmesville. He was a student at the Riverview consolidated school. When la years of age he accepted Jesus Christ As his Saviour and was baptized in the first Christian Church of Beatrice. When 12 years of age he became a member of troop no. 224 of the boy scouts of America he was also a member of the Junior High school band. He is survived by his father Elwood l. Purdy his Mother mrs wan Eta Purdy and his sister Solidi a Lee Purdy funeral services we Ere held at the Hirst Christian Church of Beatrice on sunday afternoon May 21, 1944, conducted by his pastor i Rev. Wayne Greene during the service misses Beulah chs Ziock and Dorothy Carlson accompanied by mrs Flora Holmes Sang til go where you want me to go Wahoo and Helen of Beatrice spent the week end with Home folks. Mrs Vav Volt i tar will helping care ing aunt who makes with mrs. Spellman s a men and mrs be of Hutchinson. Kans., third a to spend the we or. And mrs in they and Lincoln to mrs Roy Roy a been in or her agile Home Gilt on York came sat a a end with l e. York. His folks visit with Neumeister Pauline club the Oak line club met thursday afternoon with mrs. John Votroubek. All the members we in p event and mrs. Floyd Mathews was a guest. Mrs. I. E. York the president conducted the business meeting and election of officers was held with the following being elected president mrs. Otto Sei dle vice president. Mrs Trank Secretary treasurer. Mrs. Earl Willey reporter. Mrs. Gay Ford Showen. Music mrs Seidl remembrance mrs Vernon Hill. Blocks were sewed together for a crocheted Bedspread for Iii hostess. The door prize was draw ii by mrs. Seidl. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted Byi mrs. Seidl and mrs. York the next meeting will by june 14, with mrs. Frank Horsky. $ 4 % honouring ii fiord Pelion i Seaman second class Clifford h Belton was guest of Honor a i Sev Oral affairs while visiting his wife land daughter during his ten Day leave from Farragut Idaho. Or. And mrs. John Packer Ami daughters of Rockford entertained Jai a dinner on sunday for Twenty relatives. 1 or. And mrs. Kenneth Felton and family entertained at a supper on Friday night for Seaman j Felton. Or Lou Leber and family had a dinner on tuesday at their Home in Cortland in his Honor mrs. Ruth Sinnis had fifteen guests at a Wiener roast at Chautauqua Park on tuesday evening for Seaman Felton. He returned to Farragut ida., thursday night May 25th for further assignment. His wife and i and mrs. Delbert Heve me accompanied him to Lincoln to meet the train. Abc club entertained the Abc club was entertained thursday afternoon at the Bdrm to relieve distress of monthly female weakness Lydia e. Flnkham�?T3 vegetable compound is made especially Lor women to help relieve periodic pain with weak nervous Blue feelings due to functional monthly disturbances. Taken regularly it helps build up resistance against such symptoms. Follow Label directions. Lydia e. Pinkham compound of miss Maudio Shaw of Holmesville with mrs. Kale Martin As assisting hostess. To e meeting was opened by repeating the lords prayer. Roll Call was answered by 15 members and four j visitors his. Amy Mottler or. Roy Lamphear. Lila sister mis. Mary Ann Eber-1 in and miss Mildred Linscott a Short business meeting was conducted by the prescient. Mrs. Doris Denizen gave an interesting lesson and demonstration of the making of cheese. Silo Laten conducted a series of games in keeping with the lesson with mrs. Jean James winning High prize miss Maudie Shaw lows. Mrs. He Erly displayed a Beautiful crocheted Shaw that she had recently completed and which was greatly admired by All present. F the Teolin Meed Pickrell Birt Bhat Tea Circle no. I of the Pickrell birthday Tea met at the Home of mrs John Williams thursday afternoon june 1st. Thirteen members and four visitors were present. Mrs Williams led the devotional also had charge of the business session. A new member mrs. Headley joined the Circle. One More convalescent Robe was finished delicious refreshments of fruit salad and Angel food cake was served. Mrs. Strough w ill be the hostess at next meeting on june 27th. Each member please bring something for the auction Sale. Wymore society or and mrs. Ben e Norris and son Bill and daughter Nancy of Lincoln spent sunday visiting at the Home of the former s parents or. And mrs. F. Vav. Norris of Wymore. A birthday dinner was Given in Celebration of the birthdays of Bill and his father. Return Hume mrs. Annie Noble returned to her Home at Washington. Kans., in saturday after visiting a week at the Home of her Cousin mrs. W. O. Gustin and family. Elementary and Junior High school students in new York City have collected nearly 2.500.000 pounds of Small scrap and nearly 350,000 pounds of rubber. A i lost 52 lbs. I Alt size 14 again Quot mrs. C. O. Wells. It. Worth a pictured her it a you May Low pounds and have a wore slender Graceful figure. No Giercis no or ifs no or into be. Cat meat rotator., Ai a butter. A i be experience at or Wells May or May not lie different than yours but Why not try tire ads plan i look at these results. In rtt Nicini test condoned by medical doctors More than too persons lost 14 to is pounds average in a Tew weeks with the avos Vitamin Candy reducing plan. With this a yes plan you Don t out any meals Stair tits potatoes meats or butter you simply them Down it s simple amt easier when you enjoy delicious Vitamin fortified it avos before each meal a ban finely harmless to Days Supply of Jan a a lighted with results Mon Back. With tit very Tim bos phone a a t dreg co boo court Bunker orig made world Barmin Are county North for 2 4 Hou is ending at 6 3 0 a. In. By Assoc lath d pres h i i Bisma re k60 41 .51 Chadron. 49 40 .19 Chicago. 92 Denver. 65 45 i Des my lines. 82 51 .40 grand i stand. 81 48 Kansas City. 84 58 .13 new yet re. 66 51 North i67 46 Omaha. 84 53 ,60 rapid Sty. 4 5 40 ,12 i St. Loll. By Sioux c try. 81 50 .4 i Valenti r ,. 60 44 peptic cola company l Ong Island City a. Ptim Lula Bui i Ling cu., Lingual a Lur. Sura to is Purs Yul Ion Don Dirsy. Sugar and a do Otid milk or any roam hot will we p whip f sol that s Oil no cooking no is he Ping smooth no irs crystals Usa milk or skim milk for delirious Bossa dowsers 15 pkg. Ion ooh by say Rooks 4 pints ony floor. Ask your grocer for sri. Of to onh not Corry it Send us $1.00 for f dockage and 20 famous recipe postpaid. Ionoond1rpy

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