Family visits Amy Kennedy

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Family visits Amy Kennedy
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CALIFORNIA. FIELDS. which traveled all the way across the ^ ANSWER 0;ill-l llui i Wl back. African ear* maize. , DOWN off. parent. Command*. Performs. D i v i s i o n s of a o t i o n picture Endeavored. metal. 11. Expert*. 13. One hundred tnd one. 13. Pert, to man. 14. Rerlse. IB. Tumerle plant. 23. Obsequious attend* ant. 29. Languor. 27. A flap. 29. Turf. 31. Revolt. 32. Doctrine. 33. Achieve. 34. Biblical high priest. 36. Bulgarian cola. 37. Epoch. 38. Sailor. 40. Playing card. 41. Write. 40. The tun. 47. Rank. 50. A maiden. 32. Bewail. 63. Sacred song. 64. Weird. 55. Price*. 69. F o r m e r European coin. 57. Equals. 59. Anxious. 60. Sleep noisily. 62. Lace (obs.). 63. Let It ctand. 67. Japanese flah. 68. Chinese plant. 71. Symbol for codluofc' 73. Chinese measure. · liHVf been visiting with Miss Amy ! Kenned). Khda will return for the f.dl term at the Wesleyan unh'er- ·ilv Hfnr KiTstend won a silver , medal lor piottclfncy in marksman- sl'iji at the C. M T. C. at Fort Crook last w*-ek 1 Mr. and Mrr. Harrold Hare and ion are leaving this week f-r Arnold. Neb . where Mr Hare will I resume hie duties as principal of the Arnold high school. Miss Frances Graham is leaving loi, Malvern. la., where she w i l l be in charge of the music department ol the public schools this coming , Mi. and Mrs. A. Adset returned I fiom a vacailon t r i p to Yellow! Yellow! stoiw park Wednesday. I Florlnc Harrold ha« been actiang as librarian since Miss Katherine Woods has taken up her new position position at Battle Creek. Mich. As yet no definite assignment has been made as Miss Lulu Home is away on hfr vacation. Mr?. L. E. Sowers and daughter, Arlyne. left Tuesday for a two weeks' trip to Estes park. Ben Hitch and wife left Friday for Beaver Crossing, Neb., where they will visit with friends and relatives J H Green and niece, Corroda Greep, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Green this week end. Mrs. William Hernck and daugh- tPi. Marj, left Thursday for Pickens. S C., where they will visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Lanhan, state secretary of the Pickens Y M C A. camp. After the camp session they will go to the home o! .Mr. and Mrs. Lanhan at Columbia, where they expect to remain two months. Mrs. Henry B. Herrick of Omaha is visiting with Mrs. Mary Herrick this week. unchanged. or build and an application commission the bus months of Friday at committees for returned- Hills, and for with to be and for where motored Omaha and with week, on the where he is employed by tho TJnaon Pacific railroad. Mr. and Mrs. R..H. McReynolds left Thursday for a vacation trip to Kansas City, Mo. They expect to return Monday. John^Taylor and family left Friday Friday for a two weeks vacation trip to Denver. John Moyer has been ill the past week. His condition is not serious. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Claflin left Monday for thier home in Washington, D. C. They have been spending their vacation with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Claflin. Virginia and Bonnie Lou Ellison /eft Sunday for a week's va cation at Weeping Water, Neb. They will visit with relatives who live on a farm fhree miles north of Weeping Water. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lewis and children. Mary. Ruth and Ned, returned returned Saturday from a tour thru the touthwestern states. They have been gone all summer. Mr. aad Mrs. O. H. Birason and children, Dorothy and Stanley, returned returned from their summer vacation trip in Florida. Mrs. H. C. Hulstone will leave Monday night for her borne at Roundup, Mont. She has been visiting visiting with Mr. and Mrs J. B. Morgan. Morgan. William Going: of Marion, S. D., is visiting with his sister. Mrs. Elmer Elmer Way. this week. Elyda Kennedy, Marquette Kennedy Kennedy and wife and daughter returned returned Sunday to Page, Neb. They MISSOURI TOLL IS FOUR Boys Drowned When Small Launch Near St. Joseph .Capsized Sunday. ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Aug. 27.--(U. p.)--The Missouri took a toll of four lives Sunday when a small launch carrying eight persons cap- tized and dumped its occupants into the water several miles south of here. All four of the drowning victims were boys. They are: EDMUND J. ADAMS, twelre years old. I/iLE HERBERT ADAMS, nine, sons of Emmet Adams OLLIE HESSLBR. four, son of Chris Hessler. a. justice of the peace. GEORGE EDWARD ROBERTS, thirteen, thirteen, sun of Henry Roberts, a farmer. The other four occupants of the boat who succeeded in swimming to shore were Mr. Adams, Emmett Crouse, John Hessler, eight years old, and Louis K. Randolph. According to witnesses the launch capsized when the boys crowded to one side of the boat. All bodies were recovered. B Here BOLT TALL DRIVER C. S. Figured brakeman, Sunday slightly driven City, was morning and influence innocent hearing. slight severe was by Henry Eighth Sunday following South to a morning. hearing bond Strasheim the lided ANTICIPATE YOUR FOR. NEBRASKA'S STATE ,FAIR I §1 What Will ANNUAL Bed Complete-$1785 Complete-$1785 SPRING -- A genuine Simmons link choice of full or 3-4 size. Sale price fabric

Clipped from Lincoln Journal Star27 Aug 1928, MonPage 6

Lincoln Journal Star (Lincoln, Nebraska)27 Aug 1928, MonPage 6
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