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VI PAGE FIVE THE COLUMBUS DAILY TELEGRAM, COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1949 Tuesday to aid the hunt. The . Henry Flesner, Mrs. Delbert Fles-workers came here on their own j ner, Mrs. Alfred Berchtold, Mrs. time. Carl Ewert, sr., Mrs. Henry Cattau Or, Tnpjsdav nifht Frank Bor- Mrs. Paul Nyffeler, Mrs. Carl held last Sunday, Aug. 21 in the lacal park. Those attending this year were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kennedy of Newman Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Shaffer and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack White of Holdrege, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Poole of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennedy and daughter, Bobbie of Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Horn and family, all from Fullerton, and from St. Edward Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wells and Ronnie, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Anderson, Mrs.' Alma Kennedy, Stewart Kennedy and Bill Weldon. Mrs. . Herb Kiesling returned from the Lutheran hospital in ser and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chambers and family of David City and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Howser and family recently of Turlock, Calif. Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Matti-son and son, Howard were Tuesday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Evans, the occassion being the birthday anniversary of Howard. Mrs. Gerald Staack and four of her Beaverettes were in Albion Monday taking contests for elimination for judges at the state fair. All four girls placed in the contests. Adrene Staaok received first place; Shirley Wheeler, second place; Virginia Adkins, third place and Iola Zabka, fourth place. Tuesday, Mrs. Staack and the T)am Creek In Effort To Find Boy AITKIN, Minn., Aug. 26 (IP) National guardsmen dammed a creek today in hopes of finding the 'body of three-year-old Larry Coleman who disappeared a week ago in the dense Minnesota woods. A German shepherd dog, especially trained for tracking in swamps was also turned loose and began coursing for the boy's -trail. Meanwhile, the bojr6' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coleman of New Brighton, Minn., Sait the help tendered them by literally hundreds of volunteers, guardsmen and woods dwellers had taught them jhe meaning of "real humanity." Use Bulldozer Lt. Col. William Johnson ordered his 120 guardsmen to use a bulldozer and 1.000 sandbags to dam a creek to drain a half-mile strip in hopes of finding the boy's body. The shepherd dog was flown here by its owner, R .L. Smith of St. Paul, after two Weimaraner hunting dogs failed to pick up the boy's scent. - Larry disappeared in the woods last Saturday while gathering pine cones. It was feared that he may have been clawed to death by a bear, attacked by wolves, or drowned. i His parents were still hopeful that he would be found.. Most of those who spent weary hours tramping through the woods in search of the boy were total strangers to the family. A few were close friends. It's wonderful the way people came to our aid in this time of distress," said Coleman, a welder who has led the search daily despite extreme weariness. Neighbors Help The - searcn . parties included many of Coleman's neighbors from New Brighton and hundreds of northwoods vacationers. Many were woodland guides Who deserted their trade during its most prosperous season. Practically all able-bodied men in New Brighton came here from the town, which is located near Minneapolis. The U. S. air conditioning corporation, where Coleman works in St. Paul, let 35 men off on Monday and 50 more on New Low Rates . Automobile Liability Insurance Now In Effect Phone or See Us A. L. HEDBLOOM Agency Real Estate and Insurance f3t''4 Hoai'iv s -vw RriP-ht-nn Kfhool em- ! Dlovee. drove here with a truck i loaded down with food donated by residents of the suburb to feed the searchers. Another truckload of food arrived yesterday, bringing along five women who cooked beef roasts, hams and other hot dishes. Fly Dog to Scene Smith's German police dog was flown to the scene on a plane donated by Herman Behren, one of Coleman's neighbors at -New Brighton. At one time, every off-duty fire- man on the New Brighton force w on rh h.ro was on tne scene nere. Truck drivers idled from their ! jobs by a combination strike and lockout at St. Paul drove her to ! help. They used their own cars, ! , . . , , . r . . drivers idled from their ! paid for their own gasoline, and ment. Merchants in Aitkin and other towns surrounding the search area donated food and rough-country clothing. Coleman said "No matter who they are city folks or regular woodsmen we know that if our boy Is never found it's not for lack of help from our fellow men." o SOCIETY NEWS Dinner-Bridge Club Meets The Wayside Country Club was the scene of a seven o'clock dinner party Wednesday evening for the members of club. the Dmner-Bridge Mrs. C. C. Hardy, Bill Gregor-ious, Mrs. Herman Kersenbrock, and Grace K. Schmid were the committee in charge. Decorations consisted of garden flowers. Bridge prizes in the ladies di-' vision were awarded to Mrs. W. S Evans, Genevieve Reece and Mrs. Frances Hitchcock. In the men's division Lowell L. Walker, sr., W. B. Jones and Bill Gregorious were the prize winners. The next meeting will be held at the Club on Sept. 7 and the committee in charge will be Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pearse, and Mrs. C. C. McElfresh. o Attend Ladies Day At Fremont Thirty-nine ladies of the Lutheran faith of Columbus and the immediate vicinity attended Ladies Day at the Lutheran Children's Home in Fremont on Thursday, j Among those present were Mrs. Nora Claussen, Mrs. R. Martens, Mrs. Alena Meyer, Mrs. Gus Viergutz, sr., Mrs. Ernst Petter, Mrs. Oscar Wilk, Mrs. Albert Aerni, Mrs. Frank Aerni, Mrs. Herman Wolf, Mrs. Fred Egger, Mrs. Otto Held, Mrs. Ed Ahrens, Mrs. Martha Rade, Mrs. Gottfried Marty, Mrs. Emilie Osten, Mrs. Gerhardt Kapels, Miss Carrie Ol- j sen, Mrs. Hugo Groke, Mrs. Ernest I Rosche, Mrs. Paul Gaver, . Mrs ! ! girls went to Albion for the Style Review. Shirley will show some of ! her dresses at the state fair, and : they also plan to send a display of club work. j The Kennedy family reunion was j Saturday Sunday PLUS YVsi nC tWmi 111 jif Mil! hi kirn pin- JzTh 'sVk? 3m: OUR Rocco Ippolito with the game-ending run. I " Tonight, Lincoln is at Sioux City and Pueblo at Omaha. Denver will travel back home after compiling a 14-6 road record, the most successful Bear venture into foreign territory this year. Has Invented Lauguage Machine SALERNO, Italy, Aug. 26 IP Fsderico Pucci claimed today he has invented a machine which can translate copy from any language into any other. Pucci said the machine was elec trically operated, but refused to i disclose other details. He said he has entered it in the Paris international fair of inventions to be held next month. St. Edward Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Van Wey and family returned from a two weeks' vacation trip which took them to Creer, Ida., Spokane, and Bremerton, Wash., and into Montana and the Black Hills. They visited many friends and relatives and saw some of the raging forest fires. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knudsen have returned from their August trip. They visited in Long Beach, Los Angeles, Valleio, Scramento, Calif. Enroute home they visited in Denver and Omaha. Charles Korns is visiting in Grand Island in the home of his grandson, James Hill. He accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Hill to Grand Island after helping him to celebrate his 89th birthday. Relatives attending were Mr. and Mrs. Hill and Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Reitz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Swanson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Lyman, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Obriest and family. All met in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Reitz on Sunday, Aug. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kinzer of Fremont are announcing the birth of a son born Saturday, Aug. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Crosier were Saturday night guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wathen. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Wathen of Hastings are visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Tom Kinzer returned home, from the Emergency hospital in Genoa, Sunday after being a patient there for about two weeks. Mrs. Rebecca Walker and Mrs. S. N. Taylor arrived home Sunday from Los Angeles, Calif., where they visited with Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mrs. C. E. Rankins and other friends. Mrs. Taylor's son met her in Columbus and returned with her to their home in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sokol returned home last week from a two week's trip to Yellowstone Park, and Salt Lake City. Enroute home they visited relatives in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Sokol, accompanied his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sokol and son, Dick oil! the trip. ; ' Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Cumming, jr., and daughter, Nila and Glenna Williams returned home Monday evening after a trip through Yellowstone Park and Idaho. They also visited relatives in Colorado and western Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Shaffer and family of Holdrege were over night guests Saturday night in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Skanderup and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith. Mrs. Johanna Jacobsen of Genoa was also a Sunday afternoon lunch guest in the Skanderup home. Sunday visitors and dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Howser were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde How- Sunday Monday m Si A nil if ""i, -oo Otf :4 v J? yy,A:r I If POLICE SEARCH FOR WEALTHY WIDOW Police Li Los Angeles are launching an all-out search for Mrs. Mimi Boom-hower, 48 (above), wealthy widow who reportedly vanished from her Bel-Air home a week ago. She was last heard from -when she telephoned a friend that she was to go out with an unidentified man. Police later found all lights burning in her home. don or the YMCA . . . Prize money i totals $2 725 in the Lions Club baseball tournament to be held at ' Pender Auer. 28-Sept. 5. J? irsu round games, all at 8:30 p. m., match Wakefield against Pender Sunday, West Point against Decatur Monday, Oakland against Fremont Tuesday, and Wayne against Laurel Wednesday. "Little World" Series Starts On Wednesday OMAHA, Aug. 26 IP) The American Legion's "Little World Series" op?ns here next Wednesday with four survivors of nationwide tournament play competing for the junior baseball crown before anticipated capacity crowds. Legion officials said a drawing to pair the four finalists will be held Monday or Tuesday. Competing in the, annual double-elimination championship series will be Gastonia, N. C, Post Nd. 23, Oakland, Cal., Post No. 337, Wheeling, W. Va., Post No. 1, and Cincinnati Post No. 507. They will vie for the title won last year at Indianapolis by Trenton, N. J., they will play double-headers Wednesday, Aug. 31, and Sept. 1, and single games thereafter ..until three teams are eliminated. The series might extend six days. Legion spokesmen said. Bob Metz, assistant chairman of the Omaha Legion post's Little World Series committee, said advance ticket sales were "good." He said "with a break from the weather, we'll have a sell out." The series will be played in Omaha's new municipal stadium which seats about 12,000. All games except the first tilts of the two doubleheaders will be at night. Attendance at last year's finals at Indianapolis, played in bad baseball weather, was disappointing. Each of the four finalists won regional tournaments this week to to advance to the series. Pueblo Defeats Omaha, 12 to II t By UNITED PRESS The Pueblo Dodgers boosted their second-place margin over Denver to two games by out-slugging Omaha last night, 12 to 11, while the Bears dropped a 2 to 1, ten-inning encounter t o Sioux City. In the other game, Lincoln kept its 3 game edge over Pueblo by nosing out Des Moines, 5 to 4, in ten innings. At Omaha, the Dodgers raked five Cardinal pitchers for 17 hits as they overcame a 6-4 deficit with a five-run splurge in the fifthJ Omaha used 17 players in a vain attempt to head off the Dodgers. A last-ditch homer in the ninth by Stan Jok tied the game for Sioux City against the visiting Bears. The Soos earned the victory for Walt Cox, who pitched a four-hitter, by pushing a run across in the 10th on Freddy Ship-man's ace with two men on base. An early-scoring game between Lincoln and Des Moines in the Nebraska Capitol settled down to a pitcher's duel between Fred Wells and Don Swartz. Ray Par-tee singled in the 10th to score j6 Gerald Staack, Jake Hildbrand, and Kenneth and Francis Weed are home from a weeks vacation near Pensford, Minn, Miss Hettie Hehnke, accompani- ed Miss Agens Nickerson to Co Roy Rogers defies a poer-craze4 border emperor wbo tfareatm the safety eftbe Loot Star State! ROY ROGERS KING Of THI C0WI0TS GEORGE 'Cabby HAYES "Make Mine Freedom" Continuous Shows Sunday Starting 1 P. M. . .20 Century-Fox of Dan and Anne with all the thrills, J and wonderful 0mm of Dan and Anne L4- lumbus where they spent the night with Mrs. Guy Green. Miss Henke returned to St. Edward Sunday evening and Miss Nickerson to her home in Colorado. There will be a special meeting of the United Home Extension Club on Thursday Sept. 1 In the home of Mrs. Gerald Staack for the purpose of completing plans for the fair booth. Members are asked to bring either cake or sandwiches. The P.Q. club members and their families enjoyed their annual picnic dinner in the local park last Sunday. The afternoon Was spent visiting and swimming. The I. G.'.Myhre family returned home -Monday evening from spending eight days sight-seeing in Colorado. Charles Bills and son, Kenneth, were in Lincoln last Thursday and Friday. C. J. BOWER RtprenenUn; LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOO Legal RoierT Life Iaiaraae till IStk St. FBOB 74l RUPTURE Rupture Appliance Specialist, HARRY G. HIGGINS, of Minneapolis, Minn., will give a free demonstration of his "Guaranteed Rupture Shield"! for men, women and children, in Columbus, Nebr., at Hotel Earle, on Monday, Aug. 29th From 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. or the evening before, after 7 p. m. I have fitted hundreds of satisfied customers in the middlewest and southwest, during the past many years. DO NOT EXPERIMENT LONGER: If neglected, rupture may cause gas pains, backache, weakness, nervousness and general "run-down" condition. Special attention is given to persons having ruptures recurring after surgical operations or injection treatments. If you want the complete relief you can ohtain, come in for free demonstration, or if you are unable to see me at this time, write to: ' HARRY G. HIGGINS Rupture Appliance Specialist ' i 225 S. 5th St., Minneapolis 1, Minn. Phonograph Records Are Fun "Twenty-Knur Hours of NllllMhlllP" Carmen Cuvalleru Art Mixmey "Four WimlH uml the Srvvn SeK" Vic lamone Banmiy Kaye liuy Ijmljardi "Mel Torme "Hhj, lf fold Out Hill Klla Fitzeeralii Sanymy Kaye inah Shnre Margaret W'hitinff "Jlerry Jo Itnuml Walta" I.iiwrpnce Welk "Hall Hul" Perry Como lilriK Cronby Frank Sinatra "Thrrr'n 1k, Vra, In Tour' Carmen Cavalaro Jiirry (ireen "Sonif KnchantKl KTnlnc" I'erry Como Ring Croeby Frank Sinatra Jo Stafford ' "You're lireaklnff My Jfearl" TtiHlrtv Clark Vlo Danmne Ink Piw,t Klilr In the Sky" Hurl lven i It Vaughn Monroe Kooni Full of Hoe" Sammy Kaye Mtarliirhters "AirHln" Vi; Damone JiHh Day Tommy IJorsey Art Mcioney Mel Tirme "Forever and Ever" Perry Como Hukm Morgan Dinah Shore "Maybe It'n HeeauH" lit i Crofby "Wonderful Uuy" Shep Fields linah Shore Margaret Whiting; "I.et'n Take An Old Fash, loned Walk" I'erry "omo Frank Sinatra Margaret Whiting 4 "I Don't See Me In Y.yen Anymore" Peirry Como Jan (iarber Siardusters "H nekle-llurk" T mmy l;jrey lipnny ood'man Frank Sinatra "Need You" (iuv Ixmibardo "How It I.len, How It Lien, How It Hen" UorlH Day Art Iund And Thee 'Dreamer With A Penny" Ht-trinning to Mi You" till Lawrence "Ttie One Who iets You" "Hlues In the Nlgtit" "Beautiful IJlonde From Bashful Bend" 'They Can't Take That A way" lilenn Mllier-Tex Denrke "Over Three HIIIh "Red IJih and Ited Wine" Krnie Benedict "Jnt Keeauae" "A Mght In May" Frankio. Yankovlo "Hlue Shadow On the Trail" "FeeoM Hill" Hoy Kneern "Y'ou're the Sweetest Texan" "One Has My Name" Jimmy Wak-Iy "A Penny for Your Thought-" "Ilve I Told You Lately That I love Yon" Son of the Pioneer THRILLING CO-HIT! PRIMITIVE EMOTIONS! WILD DANGERS I Loseke. Mrs. Albert Saalfeld, Mrs. Kdwin Loseke and Mrs. Adolph Atte. Island Community Clubs Holds Meeting The Island Community club held the August meeting at the home of Mrs. Harold Krueger with nine members present. Special guests were Mrs. Gus Tonniges, Mrs. Walter Bredehoft, Miss Alma Schulz and Miss Adella Krueger. A contest was given by Mrs. " "7 Tc" . Th """" ' Mrs- George Tiaden. ,. ...m , ty,0 X lie jjcav 1 1 1. tuns "i" "v. hnm nf Mp Wrn KmPr. . o Birthday Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sieh, jr., entertained 16 guests at a dinner party Sunday, the occasion being their son's second birthday. Those present were his two great grandmother's, Mrs. Fred Cattau of Columbus and Mrs. George Sieh of Papillion; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Korte of Columbus and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sieh, sr., of Ft. Crook; Miss Clara Sieh of Papillion, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Larsen and family, Mr. Seigfred Cattau, Miss Helen Korte and Miss LaDonna. He received many lovely gifts. o Philathea Class Holds Breakfast The Philathea Class of the Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. Vida Johnston Thursday for an eight o'clock breakfast. Mrs. D. L. Glenn was the accietintr Vlrctca lTS.f.tan ma-m- bers were present. A short devotional period and a short business meeting followed a social afternoon. o Vashti Rebekah Lodge Meets The Vashti Rebekah Lodge held their regular business meeting Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. A series of questions were started and discussed and will be resumed at the coming meetings. Norma Berry was elected as a delegate to the Assembly to be held Oct. 19 and 20 - at York. Following the business meeting i the time was spent socially. o Mrs. Paprocki Entertains Mrs. Leo Paprocki entertained six girls at her home Monday in honor of her daughter, Miss Pat, the occasion being her 18th birthday anniversary. Bunco was played and Miss Lorraine Pier won the high and Miss Donna Allison the low. Refreshments were served at small tables. The main centerpiece was the decorated cake. Other decorations consisted of garden flowers. Pat received many lovely gifts. 0 SPORT SHORTS By RAY G ATTE R MEYER HERE AND THERIiJ . . . Football drills for Kramer High and St. Bonaventure hopefuls are well under way now, and both squads will be getting in scrimage work next week. The Discoverers launch competition on Friday, Sept. 16, when York, a Mid-East conference foe, comes here. On the same ' night, the Shamrocks travel to Hastings to face St. Cecilia's . . . I Let's have a real turnout tonight 'to cheer Columbus players to vic-j tory over David City in their final I home appearance. The locals, who ' wind up loop action Sunday at Fremont, need a win this evening I to insure a .500 percentage for the I season. Columbus had a 7-8 mark i in Pioneer first-half play, and so ! far this half has won seven while I losing six . . . Stromsburg is still ) in contention for the second half crown, and it's just possible that the Polk county club might squeeze into a tie with Fremont. Max Quick has been doing a fine job for Stromsburg all season, and ' particularly this half Stromsburg fans should be mighty proud of this nifty hurler . . . Kids, don't forget the fishing contest to be held at 1:30 p. m. Saturday at Pawnee park, in the skating shed area. Better Fishing, Inc., Chicago, which sponsors the annual Better Fishing Rodeo across the nation, is providing a complete set of fishing tackle for the champion boy fisherman and the champion girl, and excellent fishing lines to 12 other contestants ... A Labor Day weekend camping period for young adults is scheduled at Camp Sheldon Sept. 3, 4 and 5. It looks like a chance for some healthful recreation and relaxation; those interested can contact Camp Shel- Today - Saturday 2 Major Hits! ALSO jtilPl wMm Siiiii atf- imm hill w LATEST (THE SHARK GOD) with RON RANDELL DEVERA BURTON PEDRO DE CORDOBA GEORGE MEEKER MICHAEL WHALEN a v V ALSO Color Cartoon "The Completely Air Conditioned" OAK BALLROOM SCHUYLER, NEBR. Presents Bob Calame and His Music Sunday, August 28th Wedding Dance Thursday, Sept. 8 American Legion Labor Day Celebration Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 4-5 Jack Ross and Jack Swanson Orch. (W trUScni. d tells it from the heart 11 tells it from the heart i I I " the songs, the dances j the songs, the dances AN AUCTION Tuesday, August 30 1:30 p. m. Phillips "66" Court, Service Station, Clarks, Nebr. CABINS: 10 rooms built as a unit and equipped with excellent furniture, inner-spring mattresses, lots of bedding and linens. These units are very clean and attractive. There is a completely equipped . laundry and storage room with washer, mangle, etc. RESIDENCE: Comfortable home containing three large rooms and bathroom. SERVICE STATION: Has two gas pumps and underground storage. Office has tire rack, tire tools, air compressor, counter, wall shelving, pop cooler, desk and chairs. Candy, gum, tobacco, and mis-. cellaneous merchandise. TRAILER COURT: Room for 10 trailers and there is a utility room containing showers and toilets for men and women, also has central hot water system which supplies entire court. This property consists of 6 lots with 150 ft. frontage on U. S. Highway No. 30, the tourists' main street. Fine shade trees and shrubbery make this a very attractive spot. Clarks, Nebr., is a nice little town located midway between Columbus and Grand Island. It has good schools, churches, paved streets, and city utilities. This property will provide you a comfortable home and a fine income. For further information Contact the owners. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Niemand or Wagner and Cuttell, The Auctioneers 503 Continental Bldg., Lincoln, Nebr. Tele. 2-1775 !0&i 2a Walter Ian g- lam artrotti maa(ii . Vie d d e d , ,.tl! j V ig& i ..jmw"" rni nn c i? rif : xtivs - - I NEWS EVENTS! XSj LBSS0 ' L ' " J 1 1 1 I CUmk4 HAfkm

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