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Preserve Your Money Income or savings spent now is shrunken by prevailing high prices. : Now is the time to preserve your hard earned money oy SAVING IT. Money In worth what It will buy. .It will buy more later. The State Savings and Loan Association Sixth and Ella WE x^ S£LL ^ STOKERS Come in and see the 12 Reasons Why Maytag la more foi your m -~y. Klumpp's Hdw. 614 Court Street Beatrice, Nebraska Auto Insurance at Big Savings Bob Littrell 936W. . 1019 Bell Farmers Ins. Group Furniture and Rug Cleaning Standard Cleaning Co. Phone 97 Flowers Darwin Tulips v Daffodils Hyacinth bulbs Andrews Greenhouse 1834 Elk St. Ph. 649 Seward P. E. O.—The Seward P. E. O. chapter will have luncheon at the Paddock Tuesday with an afternoon meeting at the P. E. O. Home. There will be covers for 31 al ihe luncheon. —Call Wmne's Gardens for floral arrangements, funeral sprays, wedding flowers. We are handling a full line of cut flowers. We deliver. Phone 269J. 402 Court. 18 Permanents $2.00 and up complete. Bradley Beauty Salon. Phone 393. 8-11 Td~Advertising Meeting — Lee Larsen and Harry Purcell spent the weekend in Hastings where they attended a newspaper advertising convention. Merchandise Mart 1700 No. 6th. Drive out and save on all your home furnishings. Both new and used. 10-11 Notice—Regular , communication Beatrice Lodge 26 A.F. and A.M. meets tonight at 7:00 p. m. Richard Stratford, master. Get Those Guns Ready, Hunters!' Nebraska Duck Season Opens October 15; Pheasants, October 29. Nebraska hunters and fishermen are fortunate in having excellent sport close at home. Credit is due our Nebraska Game Commission for its record in preserving and restoring the state's wild life. Another Nebraska organization deserving praise for its accomplishments in a different field is the Nebraska Division, U; S. Brewers Foundation, with' its program for raising the standards of beer retailing. For^ over 10 years this group of Nebraska citizens has_pro-- vided a continuous educational and inspection service to acquaint beer retailers with the legal and social requirements forclean, lawful operation. - Without "costing the citizens a peniiyy th is Self-Regulation program has won state-wide approval by aiding enforcement authorities in correcting or eliminating bad practices. NEBRASKA.DIVISIpN United States Brewers Foundation 710 FirsVNat'l.Bank Bldg., Lincoln Family Reunion Photographs Taken Anywhere and Anytime 1 No •ervice charges—you pay only for,, the pictures. Phone 2018 for Appointment Harry Skinner 601 No. 6th Beatrice, Nebraska UNITED RENT-ALLS OF BEATRICE FOR Sanders and Edgers—rented together or separate Complete line of rental power tools. Phone 1323 112-114 No. 4th ELECTRIC WIRING R.E.A. and General Contracting Licensed Electr.clan Prompt Service on al) lobs- large or small GEORGE SUMNER 521 Memorial Drive Ph. 1670W 'Take Yer HanSs Off Me, Ya Bum' Irvin, the baby gorilla, obviously doesn't like captivity. Brought by plane from Africa's French Cameroons, Irvin is held by R. Martin Perkins, director of Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo. The youngster was named for zoo patron Irvin Young. Personals Re-Enlists — Sgt. RoDene Judd, who is home on furlough visiting his mother, Mrs. Grayce Judd, has re-enlisted after returning from service in Japan. He came here from Camp Stoneman, Calif., and reports at the end of his furlough to Fort Knox, Ky. From there he w 11 go to Washington, then to Alaska. Today he accompanied his brother, Buddy, back to Columbus, Nebr. Buddy spent the weekend here. —Car Colorado Lump on track, Tuesday. H. E. Foster, Ellis ..... 11 Legion Auxiliary— Sgt. Lawrence Kunc of the Beatrice police force will speak on "Let's Face the Facts about Accidents" at the Tuesday evening meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary in the" 1 Legion hall. Mrs. Otis Washington legislative chairman, will If- lk on "Our Responsibilities at the Poll,... Channing Carpenter will play some accordion selec- nons. . ' VFW Hal1 - Mon. Oct. 11, 8 p. m. Everybody Welcome. 8-11* Returns From Cruise— Ensien Clarence R. Plank, USN, returned here to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Plank, after experiencing a four months' cruise as a member of the United States perpetual fleet in the Mediterranean. As training officer on board the USS Kearsarge, CV-33, he visited the ports of Naples, Golfe Juan France Oran, Algeria, Tripoli and Gibraltar. The Kearsarge, a swift light aircraft carrier, was the center of the 14 ship force which was relieved recently by the large carrier F. D. Roosevelt and its support ships. Ens. Plank is enjoying a brief leave with relatives and friends before reporting- to NAS Pensacola, Fla., his new duty station. * —Windows cleaned. Storm* up. Phone 97. 5 fr At The Mennonite — . Mrs Edward Nydegger, jr., surgery; Marcus Fanders, tonsilectomy; Mrs. Henry Siems and baby. Bernice Foreman of Filley, dismissed. At The Lutheran— Maxine John- "r\ 0n «^ F ™ rbury ' Edna Wayman of DeWitt, Mrs. Charles Nickeson, Mrs. Bert Renner, Mrs. Guy Cullison and baby, dismissed. Beatrice Volunteer Fireman Corn Carnival starts Wed. Oct. 13, p * m> 10-12 First Frost — Saturday night was the first frost of the fall season. At Bryan Memorial — Fay Shottenkirk expects to undergo surgery at Bryan Memorial hospital Tuesday. Bergmeyer Funeral Home Ambulance fb^ 107 Obseia-e Holiday — The Red Cro SS off , ce ln the ^^.^ djtonum will be closed tomorrow in observance of Columbus Day ^ Change In Tlme-r-The United Women's. Auxiliary of Christ Episcopal church meets at seven Wednesday evening for; a dessert supper instead of 7:30 as previously W^TM A b «"iness meeting with election of officers will follow the dessert supper. iin €0m . e i. !n ,. aild . "?* our eomplete line of half slzo dresses. Edna Jones Dress Shop. n _St. Anne's Rummage Sale, Homesteader Boom at noon, Oct. } 11-12 j Dental Exams-f-Thls year's free dental examinations began Friday for. senior high students. Blanks were filled out with preferences for local dentists by all pupils and when the dentist Is ready for his group, they are excused from school to go to his office down town. , Funeral Notices John Allen Olymer— Services were this afternoon frc-m the Barman mortuary with the "Rev, H. Willard Lampe officiating and burial in the Greenwood, Nebr., cemetery. - Marcia Imming, who attends Mt. St. Scholastica college, Atchison, Kas., spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Imming. Dick Elliott, who attends the University of Nebraska, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elliott. He had as his guest for the weekend Dick Lander of Birmingham, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Giddings of Filley were shopping here Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Rush, Mr. and Mrs. J. Stewart Elliott and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gale have returned from Remer, Minn., where they spent a week at their summer home which they have closed for the winter. Mrs. G. VV. Thomas has returned from Denver, Colo., where she has been visiting her brother, Mrs. A. W. Fetter, and family. W. F. Wignall of Virginia was transacting business here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scharton, Edward, Robert and Dorothy Ann of Louisville, Ky., have . returned home after visiting here at the Ernest Scharton home. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Buehler of Lincoln spent Sunday in Beatrice with the Misses Buehler. Dannie and Brad Cook of Lincoln spent the weekend here with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs/ D. W. Cooky Mrs. Judith Russell of Cozad returned home today after visiting here with Mrs. Amanda Huston and other relatives. Mrs. Flora Wellington has returned from a trip to southeastern Kansas where she nas been visiting relatives. Mrs. Flora Wellington has returned from a trip to southeastern Kansas where she has been visiting relatives. Mrs. Charles Beuthner is spending today in Lincoln with friends. Mrs. Anna Overman of Wymore spent the weekend in Beatrice with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Essam, and family. Mrs. P. A. Wells and Ardeth drove to Kearney for the weekend to visit the M. G. Fuller family. They were accompanied by Mrs. Fred K. Klein and Mrs. F. D. Owen, who visited Dorothy Klein. Mr. and Mrs. Robin Brubaker and daughter, Beth, have returned from Newton, la., where they attended the funeral of his father, J. W. Brubaker. Regina and Eleanor Witkowski of Omaha spent the weekend in Beatrice with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Witkowski. Regina is a nurse at St. Joseph's hospital and Eleanor works in the offices of the Merchants Biscuit Company. Mrs. William Haith went to Lincoln today to enter Lincoln General hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mitchell of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Conley of Grand Island spent Sunday in Beatrice at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Conley to celebrate the first birthday of Marilyn Conley. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Martin of Lincoln spent Sunday in Beatrice with their daughter, Mrs. Bill Rist, and Mr. Rist. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Morton and Maurine returned Sunday evening from their summer home at Hackensack, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stoner of Shelby, la., spent the weekend here with Mrs. Hazel Neugebauer. Mrs. Stoner will remain for a longer visit with her mother, who slipped and tore the ligaments in her ankle and is confined to her bed. Mrs. Al Spray and baby have returned from Cherokee, la., where they have been visiting her parents. A tornado , is a wind storm whirling at speeds up to 500 miles per hour. Births POAGUE—A son was born Sunday at the Lutheran hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Galen Poague of Liberty. WEICHEJ—A daughter was born Sunday at the.Lutheran hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Welche. SCHANK— A daughter* was born today to Mr. and Mrs. W. P, Schank. GLADWELL—A daughter was born today at the Mennonite hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gladwell of Adams* REISER—Mr. and Mrs, B. P. Nelson .have received word of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reiber of Washington, D. C., on Oct. 10. Mrs. Reiber is the former Doris Nelson.-'" WEATHER READINGS Associated Pres* High Low Precip Chicago 59 40 .04 Minneapolis 51 44 .12 Valentine 52 25 Sioux City 48 36 Omaha 56 38 Lincoln 56 33 Des Moines 53 41 North Platte 57 20 Burwell 55 Norfolk 56 34 Rapid City 57 28 Bismarck 49 28 St. Louis 54 40 .8 Kansas City ! 57 40 Denver 64 37 New York 69 60 Sidney 58 13 Chadron 47 14 Grand Island 58 27 Hayes Center 59 29 Scottsbluff 59 22 Obituary Wilber News Beatrice Daily Sun, Beatrice, Nebr., Mon., Oct. 11,1948 ft George C. Hermle George Conrad Hermle, son o: Conrad and Theresa Hermle, was born at Iowa City, Iowa, on Sept 2, 1858. At the age of 20 he moved with his parents to Kansas, where they lived on a farm near Byron, unti the time of his marriage. He was baptized in the Lutheran faith On Thanksgiving Day, 1885, h< was married to Caroline Prye. To this union were born nine chil dren, five daughters and foui sons, Two daughters died in in fancy, and one son, Elmer, died in Beatrice in 1936. In 1887 he and his family moved to Hastings where he engaged in carpenter work. After about three years the family moved back to a farm in Kansas, about two miles from Byron. In 1902 he decided to quit farming and moved to Beatrice with his family where he engaged i n the contracting and building business. For 25 years he and his sons were in' this work, and they built many homes of Beatrice during that time. On May 5, 1926 his wife passed away and a year later he moved to Chester, where he married Mrs. Emma Stroh. About three years ago his health began to fail, and he became bedfast. On Sept. 17 he passed away at age of 90 years and 15 days. He leaves his wife, Emma; three daughters, Mrs. Emma Lash of Beatrice, Mrs. Mildred E. Koepff of Plymouth, and Mrs. Mae Barlass of Placentia, Calif.; three sons, Edward and Earl of Omaha, and Roy of Los Angeles, Calif. He also leaves two sisters, Misses Amelia and Edith Hermle of Oakland. Calif., besides a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren and other relatives. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church in Chester, Sunday afternoon, Sept. 19, two o'clock with Rev. Fa well officiating. Interment was in the Chester cemetery. Zednlk -Rlpa . Mr. and Mrs. William Zednik announce the marriage of their daughter Louise Ann, to Lumir Flipa, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Rlpa of Wilber. Miss Zednik-is a graduate of Wilber high school, Slass of 1944. She was graduated From the St. Elizabeth School of Nursing, Lincoln and in September, 1947. Ripa also is a graduate of Wilber high school and : is employed by the state department at Kearney. The wedding ceremony I took place Sunday Oct, 10 at the' Evangelical Lutheran church. County Agent J. C. Cain attended the annual Ak-Sar-Ben Livestock show at Omaha last week. Glen W. Zajicek of St. Louis, spent the weekend with his wife and son, Billy, at the home of Mrs. Zajicek's mother, Mrs. Mary Greer. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schupbach of Lincoln Were fclso guests of Mrs. Greer's. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hooten of Huntington, W. Va., returned to their home after spending a week here with their daughter, Mrs. Dennis Aksamit, and Mr. Aksamit and family. Visit In Iowa Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dvorak and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fort drove to Center Point, la., for a weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. Vic. Dvorak and family. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Shestak, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shestak of Wilber, Miss Haiti Shestak of Crete and Mr. and Mrs. William Riggs of Wymore were Monday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Schick at Lincoln. The occasion was Mrs. Schick's birthday. Birth Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mundil announce the birth of a daughter on Tuesday, Oct. 5, at the St. Elizabeth hospital at Lincoln. Mundil was formerly Chloe Vesely, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Vesely. Airport Completed The Wilber Airport located west of Wilber has been completed. The entire tract has ben braded, terraced and fenced and the runway has been seeded. The members of the city council viewed the project from a plane Sunday. Attends Conference Miss Mary Dodson of Wilber, Saline county superintendent ofi rural schools, returned this week! from Milwaukee, Wise., where she ! attended the annual conference of rural supervisors and county superintendents. Twenty-five Nebraska county superintendents attended i this meeting. Miss Dodson was' elected as one of a group who discussed "Supervisory Facilities In The County Office". Memphis, Tenn., was chosen as the site of the conference for 1949. New Clerk Selective Service Clerk Miss Violet Salda has resigned her position and Sidney Broz, sr., h,as«been ap- Weapon for 'Cold War? What's this—another atomic bomb explosion? Nope—ft's just an iceberg whose odd shape is reminiscent of the Bikini B-bomb tests. It was photographed off Dealy Island, in the Arctic, by a member of a Canadian-U. S. expedition bringing supplies to outlying weather stations. One of the group's helicopters is seen coming in for a landing. Radio Highlight! MONDAY WOW <BM» KVA1 8:U New* Jack «:10 Serenade Club II 8:45 News Edward Marrow, 7:00 Cavalcade Inner BahetlMfl 7:15 Cavalcade Inner Siuicturo 7:30 Barlow & Lynch Talent So 7;45 Barlow & Lynch Talent Bo 8:00 Voorhees &.Teyte . Lux Tni 8:15 Voorhees & Teyte LUX Th. 8:30 Dr. i. Q. Lux Radio Theatre 8:45 Dr. I. Q. Lux Radio Theatre 9:00 T. Dale & B Clark Fr Imw. 9:15 T*Dale & B Clark Ff Irma 9:30 Music of America B Hawk 9:45 Music of America B Hawk IU:OU /}«,«!> New* 10:15 |9ports Sports 10:30 15. of Chicago Ernies Choice 10:46 U or ChloflKO KaUtaft ttMf. Mrs. William Rahe, Sr. Caroline Louise Rahe, the daughter of William Lampa and his wife Caroline, nee Rahe, was born near Plymouth on Oct. 17 1885. Several weekes later, on Nov. 8, 1885, she was baptized at Trinity Lutheran church near Hoag by Pastor Fr. Haeszler On April 30, 1899, she was confirmed at Jaqua, Cheyenne county, Kansas, by Pastor p. Stolp. On Jan. 27, 1904, she was married to William Rahe. To this union were born two sons: William and Arnold, both of whom survive. She has been a member of Zion Lutheran congregation for 37 years, having made her home about two miles west of Zion church until a few years ago when they moved to their present location In Harbine. On Sept. 9 as she was returning home with.her husband from a trip to Plymouth, their car was struck by another car at an intersection northwest of Harbine- she suffered bruises and a broken collar bone. She was rushed to the Lutheran hospital at Beatrice where she died following a heart attack. She leaves her husband, William Rahe; two sons, William and Arnold, both of the Zion Lutheran tongregp.tion; two daughters-in- law ; seven grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Fred Rahe of Republic, Kas., Mrs. Webb Smith of Des Moines, Iowa, Mrs. John Miller of Haigler, Nebr.; six-brothers, Fred of Twin Falls, Ida., Will, Ernest, Carl, George, Henry, all of St. Francis, Kas. Funeral services were held Sunday from the home at 1:30 p, in., and at two p. m., from Zion Lutheran church near Ellis. The Rev. Theo. Schmidt officiated and burial was in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Henry Janssen, Ernest Schmidt, George Lofing, William Sandman, Henry Hohbein and Arthur JSecker. pointed to fill the vacancy. Broz recently resigned his position with the Wilber State bank. Redecorate Church The Woman's Society of the Methodist church of Wilber has started a redecorating program for the Methodist church of Wilber. The first of the money raising projects was held Wednesday when they served 130 townspeople at a chicken dinner in the church parlors. They also contracted to bring the Melody Masters Quartet from Radio Station KFAB to Sokal hall on Friday, Oct. 15, at 8 o'clock. Returns From Korea Mr. and Mrs. Otto Luse drove to Lincoln Sunday to meet their son, Sgt Waren Luse, who arrived by plane from San Francisco, •Calif. He will be home 80 days. Sgt Luse has been in Seoul, Korea, the past two years with the military police. He arrived a week ago in California on the U. S. Army- Tfans- port General H. F. Hodges, the same ship that brought Tokyo Rose to this country for trial.* New Bureau Head The Progressive Unit of the Saline ' County Farm Bureau met for its regular meeting at Pleasant Hill community Friday evening. Election of officers was held with the following elected; President Henry Krlvohlavek; vice president, Carl Stehlik, secretary-treasurer., Leo Justa, music leader, Mrs. Delmer Feeken; news reporter Mrs. Henry Meier. Heads Senior Class James Kenney, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Kenney of Dorchester has been elected president of the senior class at Doane College. He is majoring in history and is a member of the Alpha Omega fraternity. Kenneth Barth of Crete was elected vice president of the sophomore class. Confirms 58 Bishop Kucera confirmed a class of 58 adults and children Tuesday at Sacret Heart church in Crete. Father John Ekeler is the priest of the Crete church. Other churches were repesented by Fathers C. C. Stirm, Milligan, Henry Dennis, Denton; Joseph Hain, Lincoln; Jerome Pokorny, Wilber; Lawrence Obrist, Lincoln; Paul Ulenberg, Shickley; A. Piroski, Cortland; Joseph Keany, Friend; and A. Antowski, Exeter. Following the confirmation service the visiting S:00 6:15 8:30 6:46 7:00 7:16 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 10:0(1 1,0: IS 10:30 10:45 Oupper Club New* Jack Smith Holiyo Theater Club II Hollv'd Theatar Ed, R. Murrow Mel Tortne Mystery Theatre Mei Tormf Mystery Theatre Date w Judy Mr, Mrs North Date with Judy Mr, Mrs North Bob Hope Box 13 Bob Hope Box 13 Fibber & Molly With Luig« Fibber & Molly- With Luige Big Town Hit the Jackpot Big Town • Hit the Jackpot People are funny N Armsterd. People are funny M Amsterd, News Newa Sports Sports Forton Downey Ernies Choice Waldnrff Astorm Falstaff «er News New* priests were entertained at.a dinner at the home of Father Ekeler. Saline Donation Saline county which already has deposited $1,000 with the national epidemic aid fund sent an additional $1,000 to the state polio pool fund last week, according to the announcement made by Treasurer E. B. Hardeman of Crete. ~ Announcement . . We are now located in our new store at 515 Ella Street. • Baker Electric Co. A completely new blend of coffe^a, Never before such rich, full-bodied 'flavor at such an amazingly low price 1 S Dashing 1948 styles to give you all-around S warmth and wear. Fine all-wool suedes", coverts, 'and gabardines in fall's newest fashions, smartest colors. orina "Fashions of The Hour"

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