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Nebraska State Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1944, Lincoln, NebraskaLincoln journal saturday april 29, 1944 Mere mention Junior and senior class Mem cers from Clatonia High schoo held their annual banquet at the Lincoln Friday night. Fifty members of the Sola dub of Lincoln met Friday noon at the. For Thel monthly luncheon. Speaker was Rev. P. K. Simpson a missionary in India since 1926. Pra taef from new Orleans Michigan frosted red pitted cherries 3zc lb., Troetti Beachly 1507 the Grieg male chorus of 31 voices directed by prof. Osca Bennett of Nebraska Wesleyan faculty will be featured at final Community sing at St. Paul meth Odist Church this sunday evening at Dell Lom layer cakes 60c. Mrs Smith bake shops 1337 a 2621 a pedestrian by the name o Middaugh 2105 Griffith sustained a bruised knee when he walked into the front fender of a truck while watching two cars Ai the intersection of Lith and a Fri Day at 5 p. M. First half 1943 county real estate tax delinquent May 1, petition for administration of the estate of John t. Dunham who died july 9, 1943, was filed in county court Friday afternoon asking that his Mother Harriette h. Dunham be named adm Nistra trix. Deceased met his death while a prisoner of War in the philippine islands the petition states. Phone your want and for the big sunday want and Section buys an and in the sunday journal and Star. Call 2-3333 or delegates to the state Conven Tion to be held May 16-18 at the Lincoln hotel Here were elected at a meeting of sons of Union vet trans of the civil War Friday night they Are i. O. Townsend f. R. Stanley Edward Sheehan Arthur Mathewson c. P. Osborne James Gierens or. M. O Johnson Andrew Church William Bennett Edward Chalberg j. B. Morgan i. C. Leath Alba Brown r. 0. Hodgman and Cecil Wadlow. Fremont chamber protests eviction of Ward chairman Fremont. At a special meeting called by Ita directors the Fremont Junior chamber of Commerce Friday night adopted a Resolution declaring the bodily eviction by members of our armed forces of Sewell Avery As chair Man of Montgomery Ward from his private office in Chicago by order of the president of the United states evinces a purposeful and reckless abandon of our constitutional the Resolution asked that Nebraska s congressional delegation pursue a course of action which will result in termination of phys ical Force being substituted for settlement of private rights of property by a court of a free describing the government action As a fantastic the Junior chamber asked a congressional investigation to prevent the further breakdown of our constitutional rights and to restore to both capital and labor their rights of John Morrison candidate for u. N. Regents Board John k. Morrison of Omaha filed nominating petitions Friday with Secretary of state Frank Marsh As candidate for the University Board of regents from the second District Morrison becomes a candidate for the unexpired term of William e Reed which ends Jan uary 1947. Vincent Hascall Omaha was appointed by gov Dwight Giswold to succeed Reed and he will serve until a successor has been elected and qualified. Sgt. Hensley missing Central City. S. Sgt Wendell b. Hensley 33, son of or. And mrs. J. E. Hensley Cen trial City has been missing in action Over Germany since april 11, the War department informed his parents Friday. _ statistics Auto accidents. Tridas. 1-45 p. 12th Between o and n. Two cars no injuries 5.05 p. M Lith and a truck and pedestrian one injury. File alarm. Friday. 3 37 p. M 2761 Alpha spark from flue on roof Small damage 6-15 p m 441 so. 1st match in tool Dot Small damage. In do orce court. Sikes is Kenneth Sites decree Lor plaintiff on charge of extreme cruelty and non support. Custody of the two children granted plaintiff together with Flo weekly support Money. Real estate transfers. Maggie Burket Al to Jessie Schnie Der lot 1, Hallam. Neb. Edith notes Wood and h to Irene Noyes. L 13. B 10. Feck s Grove add Rev 51 65 Rajmond j. Becker and w to Claude f. Brant and w. L 20. B 3. Sheridan Park add ree liar ten c Sanders and w to Louis c. Wyman and w. 1, 4 Button s id l 1 except w 9 Riley and Whitney s sub. L 21. Frost s sub Rev Ruth Caroline Shoup and h to Edith May Leper. L 2. B 65. Bethany Heights. Prank Edward Blanchard to Edith May Leper. L 2, b 65, Bethany Heights select precinct representatives precinct committeemen an committee women elected at the Republican county convention thursday were announced Friday due to condition of the roads an other circumstances some precincts were not represented an their representatives will have t be filled in later. The precincts and their representatives Are follows first Ward. Precinct a j. A. Kennard tin. G. E Condra. Precinct b h. Fred Michel miss Lydi David. Precinct c Fortis p. Huron. Beaumont Fritts. Precinct d Raymond Delnes mrs. Marl Schneider. Second Ward. Precinct b c. E. Onvey. Mrs. Pear Bull. Precinct cd Jacob Schmall Henry precinct c-2 Rudolph d. Amen mrs Henry j. Amen. Precinct d Karl Schmitt or. Miss Ell Schultt. Precinct Al Gregg Mcbride mrs. Ann l. Miller. Precinct e-2 Francis s. Dolan Mem Susie l. Walther. Third Ward. Precinct a Boynton Kath Ryn Mclaughlin. Precinct b Edward Munson miss Cla Rissa Delano. Precinct c w. Edgar Gatei Edyth Covert. Precinct d Wood. Myra Rezac. Precinct e William j. Brehm mrs. E h. Kilgore. Fourth Ward. Precinct a William Hemsath mrs. Eva Smith precinct b Arthur h. Ware mrs. Car Olyn e. Ducker. Precinct c s. J. Dennis jr., mrs. Do Lores Patton. Fred Scarborough mrs. Sidney Anderson mrs. Precinct d e. Wutte mrs. Mary d Schwake. Precinct e a. E. Ensign miss Alice Brown. F1fxh Ward. Precinct a Leslie c. Hasson mrs Flor ence c. Troyer. Precinct by Herbert East miss Char Otte Roberts. Precinct b-2 George h. Meyer mrs Lora b. Mejer. Precinct c Albert Hanneman mrs Florence Garrison. Precinct do Stewart Leese mrs. Louise b. Meyer. Precinct d-2 Edward a. Vidlock miss Sophia Lyndeman. Precinct Al Rose Battram. Precinct e-2 Inez Lebsock. Sixth Ward. Precinct Al. George r. Unthank mrs. Minnie l Ladd. Precinct a-2. N. Ray Hall miss Etta Tont. Precinct by j. G. Ludlam mrs. Genie Mcglasson. Precinct b-2 Allen w. Field mrs. Esther k. Hadley. Precinct cd Max Anderson mrs. Helen Putney. Precinct c-2 William Blomenkamp mrs Jeannette v. Bricka. Precinct do Ward c. Betzer mrs Mabel Schroeder. Precinct d-2 a l Barnes mrs Blanche Bailey. Precinct Al Royal a. Gettmann mrs. William Smith. Precinct e-2. J. E. Evans mrs. Mabel Rea precinct e-3 r. O. Hodgman mrs. Minnie Lefferdink precinct e-4. Wilford f. Sanders mrs. Label Lamb. Seventh Ward. Precinct a e. J. Mcdernott mrs. Iona Mcbride. Precinct by William g. Spahr mrs. A i Sherwood precinct b-2. Walter c. Stewart mrs. 311ie r Mcmeen precinct cd w. H. Kingery mrs. Lettle Jooley. Precinct c-2. Or. A f. Daly mrs. Idgar Summers. Precinct do Edwin h. Mcgeehon mrs Ila Burton. Precinct d-2 George Button mrs. Ethel Tevenson. Precinct e John h. Mcmahon mrs. Beulah Dunlap. Eighth Ward. Precinct a w. A. Meyers mrs. May h. Tobb. Precinct b Julian p. Eberhart mrs. Orter Putnam. Precinct cd William Beardsley mrs. Mildred Jenkins. Precinct c-2. Morris r. Adams mrs Arah l Gooden precinct d John a Robinson mrs Mary a. Weakley. Precinct Al. R. H. Cummins mrs. Margaret e. Blackman. Precinct e-2 Maurice a. Hide mrs. Barbara Kimball. Month Ward. Precinct Al Charles Simon Minnie i. Simon e. Mrs. A. Noble May precinct a-2. Ackson precinct by. H. S. Knudson miss Gen Vieve Wilcoxen precinct e-2 Wesley True mrs. 0. E. Gingery. Precinct cd g. E. Bobbitt mrs. Ranges Ernst. Precinct c-2 Earl f. Schwedhelm mrs. Lads Krause. Precinct d 1 m. D. Thompson mrs. Ivan h. Miller precinct d-2. L. T. Baughan mrs Lulu 1 Hendry. Precinct Al d. V. Stephens mrs. Ennie Cunningham. Precinct e-2 Max Kier mrs. Clark eary. Precinct e-3 j. A Mckkenzie mrs. E. Forsythe. Precinct e-4 Walton a Roberts mrs. Ertrude bodies tenth Ward. Precinct a Ivy m. Davis mrs. Mabel Rood. Precinct by George f. Kolzow mrs. H Loper. Precinct b-2 Elmer Haas mrs. Myrl Samuelson. Precinct c Lloyd Marti mrs. Irene rant precinct do John d. Sigler mrs Elen m Vorhees. Precinct d-2 r. Unzicker mrs. Ger Jude c it Van. Precinct Al Harold e. Woten. Mrs. Dan Keller precinct e-2 j. E. Stout mrs. Esther tout. Precinct e-3 j. H. Nebergall miss Adie m. Click. Eleventh Ward. Precinct a c. C. Bingaman mrs. Lula d Lehigh. Precinct b. Alvin v. Everett miss Ennie Morgan. Precinct c. Rev. W. H. Beers miss Miriam Leigh. Insulate pay nothing until nov. 1st no Down payment is to. To pay Way s Furnace co. O is z-zh4 limit Here 25c Mennen Bora red Talcum _19c_ 70c vaseline hair tonic 63c isopropyl rubbing alcohol 10011 1 1 f pint i 1c quart Witch Hazel 59c newspaper free zone s. 17c Doans pills Ilc 37c anacin s5e size. 19c monitors she. 79c Gurega 23c 19c a. 89c Kreml 51. M tonic. 88e Marine Filc size 49c s1.19 12-oz. Size Olive Oil 98c 5-ib. Bag Epsom salts 14c 43c la limit 20% tax on Tollet Riei family ammonia for cleaning 35c twelve to graduate from Burchard High commencement exercises for 12 graduating seniors will be held Here Monda evening May 15, with Rev. Adria j. Edgar Field Secretary for Nebraska Wesleyan University guest speaker. Leading this year s class scholastically is Wilber Elihaj the valedictorian. Donna Lee Hutchinson is salutatorian. George Cox Lef the class at the end of the firs semester to enter the Navy. Senior services will be held Sun Day May 14 in the High school auditorium with father John Flyn delivering the Sermon. The Junior senior banquet will be held in the auditorium 2. The graduating class Don Bordon Donna Lee George 8. Cox Hutchinson Phyllis Felch Lnger Robert l. Lanu Arthur Pepperel Wilber full Hal Dorothy Bezel Csc Donald j. Bull aka Albert l. Stake Delbert l. Wenzl Robert l. Dougherty a Helen Matoon gets thirty Day sentence Omaha. Helen Matoon 26 of Perry n. Y., in whose room n. Alliance neb., Cpl Raymond Waggoner was fatally shot Las sept. 30, Friday was sentenced by Federal judge James a. Dono Hoe to 30 Days in jail on a Chargi of accepting dependency checks legally. Pvt. Quentin Hauffman who was charged with the shooting is serving a life term for murder. At the time of the shooting Selen was alleged to be receiving dependency checks from another Soldier whom she is said to have married without informing him hat she already had a husband the court held the second marriage illegal. Two other girls who had pleaded guilty to receiving dependency checks from soldiers illegally were laced on probation by judge Donohoe. They Are Geraldean Mary Wilson 24, of Ainsworth neb., who was charged with receiving a dependency Check rom a Soldier while married to another Man and Mildred Betty Burgess 22, of Gresham neb., who alleged to have married a sol Ier and received a allotment from him dependency without divorcing her first husband. Precinct d. R. B. Harrington mrs. Ertha Gaylord. Precinct e h. B. Muffly. Mrs. Fern z. Tage. Twelfth Ward. Precinct a Jay Pugsley mrs. Alice Ritchfield. Precinct b w. T. Ayton mrs. Bessie Johnson l. B. Dormer Myma d. Fred c. Hall mrs. Ethel Robert Mckinney. Mrs precinct c Oung. Precinct d Homas precinct e ranges Mick. Coroner Nus tocts. Buda no. 1 Victor Stiegelmeyer Viola Zesiger. Buda no 2 Edward Lauterbach Ethel Spradling Centerville no. 1 John a. Spell Nan uts Viola Spellman. Centerville no. 2 John Livingston mrs. Arl Sittler. Denton Walter Hocking mrs. S. N. Eyers. Elk Arthur Boldebuck mrs. Ruth Yessner. Garfield no. 1 w. A. Riddle mrs. Auline Bice Garfield no. 2 j. C naderhoff mrs Harles Baars. Grant no. 1 c. A. Morton mrs. Harry Atcher. Grant no. 2 Harry e. Al Luln mrs a l Olson Highland h. M. Sleek mrs. J. Olssen org. Lancaster m. L. Johnson. Mrs. Agnes Elson Little Salt Frank e. Siefert mrs. Ages g. Alexander. Middle Creek Robert Pickel mrs. Eda Arris Mill Ellis Hutchinson Paul Schmidt Nemaha a. M. Fetterly mrs. Viona Seymour North Bluff album c. Spader mrs. Wil am bulling. Oak no. 1 d. O. Hermance mrs. Edith Ems. Oak no. 2 Lester Thompson mrs Neva rown. Olive Branch no 1 Charles Mattison. Olive Branch no. 2" Joseph Fruchia. Panama c. S. Mulder mrs. Ane Ellne Roese Rock Creek a. C. Anderson mrs. J Hanson Saltillo no. 1 Ira Crawford mrs. G. D. Edges Saltillo no 2 Martin Walvoord mrs Nna Etmund. South pass no. 1 Harmon vedders is. Zena Liesveld. South pass no. 2 j. F. Boetlger mrs aude Kramer. Stevens Creek no. 1 g. A. Olele. Mrs. M. Reed. Stevens Creek no. 2 Carl l. Retzlaff is Roy Cuddy. Stockton Harlan Hagaman mrs. Edund Francke. Waverly w. H. Dick. Miss Olive John m West Lincoln Henry Dorenbach mrs h. Robson. West Oak Harry Duling mrs. M. J. Artin. Yankee Hill no. 1 Elliott Davis mrs Allan. Yankee Hill no. 2 Lafe Gray mrs. Ellie m. Burgess. G. W. Olsen makes his platform Public Platts Mouth. Neb. Up George w. Olsen who holds a Lead in the unofficial count of the democratic nomination of governor pledged Nebraska re sources to the War Effort an asserted his intention to keep Nebraska in the in a state ment in the Plattsmouth evening journal entitled platform o g. W. Olsen a Plattsmouth resident employed at the Martin Nebraska bomber Plant near Omaha Alsi said my qualifications Are in the Constitution of the state o the statement platform of g. W. Olsen assuming from the unofficial election returns that i am the nominee for governor of Nebraska on the Democrat Side of the ballot a decent respect for the opinions of Mankind impels one to set Forth first his qualifications for the office to which he aspires. My qualifications Are defined in the Constitution of the state of Nebraska every newspaper publisher ought to know by this time that i have the proper qualifications. Each Job important. My work at the bomber Plant is not to be anything except a military secret. Bus boy is As Good As the one i actually hold because each Job is very important or we would not be working there. My intention is to do the Best of my ability for Nebraska first keep the Union or preserve the Union then keep Nebraska in the and i do not Hesi Tate to pledge the entire re sources of Nebraska in any manner deemed necessary by the National government to fight our War to the finish As quickly As it can be done. My attitude to All unions is the same As it is for nebraskans. Do those of you who farm own your own farms or rent believe that you yourselves Are As Loyal to the United states As our unions Are Are you co operating with each other and our state and National governments As Well As our unions Are. Think it Over. There is a japanese who wants to reaper the White House and a paperhanger who wants the Job of re papering and worst of All a few leaders of the american people who want the rest of us to move the family out of the White House. Are you one of them Are we going to do it George w. Japs claim Gen. Cheng shot Down in train sort by he the Berlin radio broadcasting a japanese dispatch said Friday japanese planes had shot Down a four engined bomber escorted by two fighters Over Burma and declared there was every Indica Tion that it carried Gen. Chen Cheng chinese vice minister of War. The report added that general Chen was sent to India on March 30 by Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek to consult with Admiral lord Louis Mountbatten Southeast Asia commander and afterwards Lead made a tour of the Battle fronts. General Chen was the hero of the chinese Victory on the Yangtze front last year. -----------10--------- Auburn Man is in maj. Bong s group an Auburn neb., Pilot it. D. E. Jones is Wing Man to maj. Richard Bong Southwest Pacific air Ace and participated on up cent raids in which Bong piled up his bag of japanese planes Glenn h. Jones his father who is serving As assistant manager of the u. S. Employment service Here said Friday. Jones said he received a letter from his son three Days before the announcement was made that Bong had become a top air Ace. The letter read the last few Days i be been flying As Wing Man to Captain Bong on sweeps Over enemy air Fields. It s great sport. Captain Bong is the top scoring Ace in the Jap War with 25 planes to his credit. It is really a Lucky break to be flying with lieutenant Jones a p-38 fighter Jilot has not yet brought Down any enemy planes. Poland Harr resigns As aeronautics Secretary commission member Max Kier Las announced the resignation of Poland Harr As Secretary of the state aeronautics commission to enter the army transport com Mand As a ferry Pilot. An appointment will be made n the next few weeks to fill the a any to the Post Kier has an bounced. Harr is now at Long 3each, calif., for training with the transport command. Lump Coke fresh car on track fill tour bin now Johnson Supply Coal co. 2-7236 932 no. 23rd Gold s Busy basement again new curtains ruffled Marquisette also others 2.95 to 5.95 395 pair attractive Marquisette curtains in Priscilla styles. Full ruffles to add Charm to your windows. In Ecru or White zv2 Yards ions and 47 inches wide. Cottage sets curtains for Kitchen or Bath in red Blue Green. Well tailored styles. Gold s. Basement. 2 95 set creamy smooth. Delightfully fragrant deodorant creamy 2 off Reg. A ceiling Price Sale Price 50 4 Pius tax limited time an Ideal deodorant creamy soft smooth. Effectively checks under Arm perspiration and perspiration odor 1 to 3 Days. Get yours today Street floor. Domestic grains show 26% decline Washington. Domestic stocks of wheat Corn and Oats declined approximately 26 percen during the year ended april 1, re fleeting heavy use of Grain of livestock feed and Industrial Pur poses the agricultural department reported Friday. Stocks of these three grains i All positions on april 1 total bushels compare with a year earlier wheat stocks this year and Las respectively were an bushels Corn and and oat and april 1 stocks of Barley total i bushels and of Rye 36, figures on the stocks o these grains a year ago were no available. The sharpest per reported in wheat larg quantities of which have been use As livestock feed to supplement Short supplies of Corn. Indication Are that the Reserve of wheat on scientific fur storage fur Coats minimum cloth Coats Mim mum fur Coats cleaned repaired or remodeler by experts. Hand july 1, when the new crop begins moving to Market in vol ume will be around 300 million bushels compared with 629 million bushels on july i last year. This declining Supply of Grain has made it difficult for Industrial users to secure Corn. The government is in the midst of a Corn Belt drive to Purchase 80 million bushels for processors making vital War materials. The War food administration reported Friday that aaa committeemen after two Days Effort had commitments from Farmers in 55 of 125 affected counties to sell approximately 10 Molion bushels. Powder i unto new Dorothy a tvs wite Iao a Dol Lar bos. Faquir Cly tem Ved. Leads Dycio a fragile feminize look. Choice of shades a beloved special Well. Street floor cjnih9i.leb 3tvf 5 pc h Sheen Stamps sends a factory representative ,1 or. 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