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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 19, 1939, Beatrice, Nebraska Beatrice. Neb sunday March 19, 1939 Beatrice daily Sun Pace five stability for thirty nine years we have served this Community assisting Large numbers of our citizens to own their own Homes also assisting hundreds of others to realize their goal and accumulate a. Substantial Reserve through systematic savings. Current dividend rate 3�/a% the state savings amp let an association sixth and Kila streets Money to loan on automobiles furniture cosigner or other Security. Repay in terms to suit your convenience. Finalist Mutual loan to w Boom 212�?oarcade bloc. Forsman shoe repair where old shoes Are fixed to give new shoe appearance with old shoe Comfort. Boi court St. Loans Dkl in not i to it obligations the Crone Agency a ill Arcade bldg. Phone fihs we repair any make of radio your rail answered promptly. Brice reasonable Donovan radio service Vox theater bldg. A Bong 459 i i i a i i c i t e a r Lait Toimi or my i cull4h Tou Cremin windows pulls blinds Bow Awn improved models Cali 133 j tor tree estimate i of i in Aoun Soo Bonita 9tta phone 1335j Soper w rat or strip. Ca of a. Loan son automobiles furniture other personal property to Combine present debts into in lenient payments or provide Money for Ani const motive purpose. Quirk confidential sen Lee. Fidelity finance co. 11.1 so. 6th. Fhone 984 Notick Ion. Have your linoleum Laid by experienced Job too big or too Susan also crating and Parkin Ottun a son in hone i 479j a pet with the Price of wheat quoted at 57. Corn 35 and Oats 20 cents the Grain markets were reported unchanged yesterday. The produce markets were also steady. No Trace has been found of the thieves who recently broke into the f j. Leonard general store at Ellis. Or and mrs William Linsun Meyer and their Aon Gale and a Gustav Bower who has been receiving treatment in a local Hospital was dismissed yesterday. He resides in Beatrice mrs Barbridge of Fairbury who recently underwent an operation at a Hospital Here Tell mad Home Friday. Celebrate birthday Pioneer of summer Tel observed her 91st birth a revived a number of gifts and Post card blare at Steele it its f Quot a a Posedly starting Trot. A coct be flue practically de. Trover the Hon of mar. It m s. Garrett in Steele City thursday afternoon. The property of the garretts is located just South of the Steele City s. Hoot building the Village us without a water system. Or. E f Best chiropractor., 19 Reading glasses that fit. Scam Man optical Arcade. La a Spring begins next tuesday j match 21. A Fred Van Slyke of this City submitted to a major operation St the lutheran Hospital a Paul Hartwig of the Firth Vicinity has returned Home from Lincoln Hospital where he had been receiving treatment for about ten Days. A Assurance of excellent service and full value. Visitors Welcome Alv vans. Jackson Floral to. Open sundaes. 19 Homer Blunk of Fairbury. Jefferson county clerk is reported recovering from a severe attack of the influenza a the Standard finance company was awarded a $2,594 judgment against Glen a. Davis after an attachment hearing action before District judge Cloyde b Ellis late Friday. A i. A. R. Presents or. M. L. Porter of Omaha in Bonk review a song of ears March is presbyterian Church. 19 a lame Smtih better James Smith old resident of Beatrice who has been ill a few weeks from an attack of heart trouble is reported much improved at. His Home on Scott Street he is Able to sit up part of the time a vaccination will prevent sleeping sickness among horses or. S. W. Alford of the state agricultural College told 30 Farmers at a livestock diseases discussion Here Friday night. It a Lebonte birthday mrs George Whitcomb Long time resident of Beatrice celebrated her 85th birthday anniversary at her Home 1105 Fly Stilet. Friday. Wedding anniversary or. And mrs Frank Dougherty old residents of Summerfield Kas. Recently celebrated their fifty sixth wedding anniversary at the Home of or and or Harry Mille it it it a to Japan word has been i received at Cortland that Samuel i Wittstruck. Son of or. And mrs i Charles Wittstruck of this place. J is a member of the Crew of the i 5v s Astoria which is carrying the ashes of the body of Orosi Haito from the United states to Japan. I Ocate at Wymore Dwight j Theobald formerly manager of the o wife who have been visiting in the a and p store Here has gone to City with relatives and friends left work in the Folly grocery store a mrs Jbv i recently a. She re for their Home at Marshalltown la last evening they formerly resided in Beatrice to wed a marriage License a been issued at Fairbury to Max g in it Gan 2 and Marian Diller 25. Both of Diller. Notice the time of the meeting of the Lincoln Center project club has been changed from i 30 p m to 10 30 a in mar h 21. The meeting will be held at the Lyman Finch Home House shortage the news is authority for the statement that there is a shortage of houses in Plymouth and their is not a vacant Home m the town which now has a population of 464 the largest in 20 year. Proper a Wales a Uyle a Rulf have announced the following property sales the past week Hen in Leseberg Home at 32. North Sumner Street to John Liedtke. Or John Liedtke Home 806 South sum a or Street to h. Iceberg the i Lueders property at 1020 North fifteenth Street to h Leseberg p. J Smellie property St 712 North eleventh Street to Herbert t Jark. Proved by time plan. Modi in vanguards to Vav a nos Sod loan Pun has eni Yod 104 years of Success in helping millions of responsible citizens own their Homes Whit providing safety end profit on savings Home savings amp loan ass n. Art Warren Home in Glenover yesterday morning about 8 o clock to extinguish a fire which had started in his car from a a Short while he was driving to the Stock Yards the top of the machine and the upholstering were destroyed before the flame. Were extinguished. Insurance covered the loss attention masons special communication of Beatrice Lodge no. 26. A f. And a monday evening at 7 o clock in masonic Temple it. A degrees Are to be conferred on three candidates refreshments will be served at the close of the meeting All members urged to be c. Price w. M. James b High Sec a rotary. Hold i p Omaha store fronts or. And mrs Otho l. Bartells of Salina Kas., were in the City yesterday. Mrs. Elizabeth Goodwin of Salem. Ore., is visiting at Summerfield Jaswith her son. Charles. My family. She has just returned from an extended Alay in Iowa or. And mar. A w Lien of Toledo in Wymore the first of the week with her sister. Mrs Tda Leach they were Enro Ute to Miami Fla. Where Lien will go into training to play with one of the major league Ball clubs which is now in Hie South. Or. And mrs Glenn Boza the of 904 court Street who were ailed to Salt Lake City the Middle of february by the death of the latter Mother have returned Home. Mrs Lillian Babcock has returned to her Home at North Loup after a visit in the City with or. And mrs m d. Babe cd k. W i Sonsin lad mils killing Colorado Man fond do Lac wis March 18 to chief of polic e James Wilgen announced today that. Ellsworth e. Medberry 22-year-old fond Dunjic youth had admitted killing a Nan near Akron Colo a week ago. The chief said he arrested the youth at the request of Colorado authorities an had waived sex i degree murder the youth did i of the May he taken into c Medberry adm Jam Quot in color said and told the car of a or Springs with w a ride March i Wilgen quote ing he in re de garage near a the Many so following Mon War lot i had nato t Ted the get plus value in this new first Choice tire. These Young ladies Are holding up the Side of a Street the Way Douglas Street in Omaha. Nebraska will look when the committee arranging Quot Golden Spike Days gets through with it. All false store fronts will be erected in front of modern buildings turning the wheels of time Back to 1869 in that City Block these demure Omaha misses Mary Means and Ruth Kipling donned the period costume thirty Tho Sand women will Wear during the four Day Celebration april 26 to april 29, held in conjunction with the world pre to Miere in film epic Omaha of the a Union Pacific new of b. De Mille r. Ellis is temporarily the District court a John assisting clerk s office Fritz keel old resident of Beatrice. Who recently suffered a broken leg in a fall is reported improving at a local Hospital. William Deardorff of this City is recovering from an operation to which he recently submitted at a Beatrice Hospital. Oliver Halstead and Francis Huston paid one Dollar fines after Petit larceny convictions in police magistrate John Andrews court late Friday e. Martin. Burlington Railroad detect be charged the men with stealing Coal Wymore assuming his new duties the first of the week. The theobalds have lived in Beatrice for some years and they will make their Home in Wymore. Enrols at c Hill loot he Ollige b m Dearing son of or. And mrs James a. Dearing of Blue Springs has gone to Chillicothe to. Where he enrolled at the Chillicothe business College March 15. He will take courses in both civil service and machine bookkeeping training there. Dewitt schools Ltd it get for week a the Dewitt Board of health thursday morning decided to close the ache plus of that place for one week in an Effort to prevent a Scarlet fever epidemic. It is planned to reopen school thursday morning. March 23. Wymore 4 candidate w k Wright and Herman Kessler have filed As candidates for the Wymore City Council to succeed themselves. Wright is from the first Ward and Kessler the second. So far they Are the Aldermani candidates to file j l. Boyd Rist and or. H. J. Honian filed a few Days ago for members j of the Wymore Board of education j school flax contest four fire damages a the fire de slate cuu b factional one act play apartment was called to near the personals Fred Gugg employed in Bank at fair years and v his position. Grand Island \ in the Pautonu or and i Lincoln visitor City yesterday Low Holden nos who has been he first National airy for nearly three do recently resigned left yesterday for where he will engage a bile business. Is. Thomas Boyle of i with friends in the contests for District one were held the past week at Benedict table Rock and Wilber with 24 schools competing. Schools rating Superior in the contest Are Blue Springs. Rokeby. Table Rock. Trumbull. Utica and Wilber these schools will compete in a District contest to he held March 21 at a plate yet to be designated. The Winner of the District contest will compete in the state contest in Columbus april la fourteen take examination for postmaster of Daykin the following persons took the examination at Fairbury yesterday for postmaster of Daykin a vacancy being caused recently by the death of Charles Whittaker Lon g. Cummings. F. W. Strothman Stanley j. Smith Leonard h. Sewis of. Mrs. Violet p. Adams mrs. Madeline Whittaker Herman a Iai hse. Arthur c. Strothman. Clifford h. Coyle mrs. Helen t. Zabel. Orville j. Nolte Sidney Schmdit John s. Lewis and Glenn r. Zabel. Mrs Madeline Whittaker has been acting postmaster since the death of her husband some weeks ago. Awarded Union Pacific scholarship the journal says that Jack Snyder. 17-year-old son of or. And mrs p. H Snyder and a senior student of Fairbury High school is one of the 23 winners in the annual contest for Union Pacific scholarships to the University of Nebraska College of agriculture it has been announced. A full $100 is awarded to those who wish to take a two or four year course $50 to those who wish to take a Short course. Jack is president of the Fairbury chapter of the future Farmers of America and is head of the Junior fair Board organized to cooperate with the chamber of Commerce and other organizations in staking another agricultural exposition next fall. He has also been nominated for election As a state future Farmer highest Honor offered by the state organization of the f. F. A. Selection for the scholarship award is based upon agricultural project work school activities and Scholastic record according to g. T. Boone vocational agricultural instructor at the High school. N of St. Joseph was looking after business in the City yesterday. Fred Hays of Johnson county was a visitor in the City Friday. Mal Ion Hugate of Omaha was looking after business in the City yesterday. My c a n Fries of Odell has returned Home from Denver where she was called by the death of her sister. Miss Jessie Reynolds. Oscar Hutchinson Obi resident of Gage county living East of Holmesville was a county seat visitor Friday. Or. And mrs Dan Fisher of red Cloud who hav been visiting in the City have returned Home. John Holliday of Topeka. Kas has returned Home after a business trip in the City. Or and mrs horse Smith of Kansas City spent Friday in the City on business. Dean Hartha n of the Steele City neighbourhood was a visitor in the j City yesterday. Or. And mrs Edward Bacon living near Summerfield Kas. Were visitors in the City on thursday. Ray Olson of Lincoln was in town Friday on business or and mrs. Floyd Ramsey of Omaha spent yesterday in the City on business and visiting with friends Faul Hefti of Denver has returned to that City after a visit at Adams with his Parent George Brownlee of Lincoln one time resident of this City spent Friday in the City. Or. And mrs. H h Dunlap of the Steinauer neighbourhood were shopping in the City Friday. Mrs. Nelson Shipp and two children have been visiting at Adams for a few Days with relatives and friends. They formerly resided at that place. George Bartlett it of Topeka a who has Bern Here on business returned Home Friday. Henry Ackerman of the Axtell. Kas Vicinity was looking after business in the City yesterday. Or. And mrs. Edward de Long of Kansas City spent Friday in the City on business. Or. And mrs. George Haven court of the Hanover Kas Vicinity were visitors in the City yesterday. Or and mrs j. J. Davis have returned to Des Moines la., after a visit in the City with friends mrs Margaret Souther left yesterday Over the Burlington on a trip to Points in California e. G. Cole left yesterday on a business trip to Chicago. Or. And mrs. K. O. Parrish of Wymore were shopping in the City yesterday and visiting with friends Ray Lancaster old resident of Holmesville was a Beatrice visitor yesterday. Or and mrs John Kinsey of the Summerfield Kas neighbourhood were in the City yesterday. Roy Prather and Velma and i Leonard Smith All of Dewitt left the first of the week for Denver where they will visit for a few i Days with or. And mrs. Keith a Greenlee and baby. Wanda Schierkolk Lucille Inder i ice and Delore Moiler All of Dewitt. Spent Friday in the City. Harold Giddings living near Filley was in the City Friday. Formerly resided in Beatrice mrs r k Swan and Little son of crab Orchard have returned Home from Maryville. Mo., to which place they accompanied or i Swan after the burial services of or. Swans father Edward nation at red Oak. La., last week or. Swan is manager of a seed i store at the former place. Or. And mrs r l straight of Beattie. Kas. Have returned Home after a visit in the City with friends. Ben Lester of Lincoln was transacting business in the City yesterday. Flank Hubka of the Virginia neighbourhood was in the City yes ter Day. Or and mrs Frank Huff of the Steinauer neighbourhood Weie shop a Ping in the City Friday and visiting with friends. Amo Dart of the Hickman neighbourhood who has been Here on business returned Home Friday. Or. Ana mrs e e Blanchard of i Saline county were Beatrice Visi i tors yesterday. Fred Krauter of Crete was at Clatonia thursday to attend the funeral of his Mother mrs George Krauter who died at a Hospital Here earlier in the week. Ray Middleton of St. Joseph who has been in the City on business. Returned Home yesterday Hiram Blanchard of Kansas City was a business visitor in the City Friday. Or. And mrs Donald Bentley of Wymore have returned Home from a visit at Tecumseh with the former i parents or. And mrs Henry Bladen of Sprague were visitors in the City yesterday. Or. And mrs Henry Scheele of Diller Are the parents of a daughter. Born wednesday. Or. And mrs Henry Stevens of the Tobias Vicinity were in the City Friday. Mrs. Seaman of Diller has gone to Fairfield la., to visit with relatives for a few weeks or. And mrs James Harris of the Hallam Vicinity were in the City yesterday. Or. And mrs. Elmer Jones of the Hallam Vicinity were shopping in the City yesterday. Dale Steven of Blue Springs was in town Friday. Harry Bronson of the Hubbell neighbourhood was a business visitor in the City yesterday. Or. And mrs. John Harrison of Atchison. Kas., have returned Home after a visit in the cite. Or. C. C. Gafford of Wymore Well known in Beatrice has returned from California where he spent most of the Winter he reports a pleasant and enjoyable trip. Tony Pribyl. Old resident of the Barneston neighbourhood was a county seat visitor yesterday. Lou Bailey of Lincoln was a business visitor in the City yesterday or. And mrs Frank Hollingsworth of this City have returned from a two week trip to new York a ecu of Lalette pianos s245 Liberal allow and e for your old piano. Here Are just a few of our real piano bargains All reconditioned and fully guaranteed your personal effects will he Safe from loss through theft Accident or damage whether you Are at Home or travelling anywhere in the world if you have one of our personal property floaters ask us about one. Its a wonder Davis a it be icy Jan Strance Phon 332 Good practice piano. Mahogany piano. Alnut piano. Player piano. Piano like new. Smail Alnut piano. 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