The Hastings Daily Tribune from Hastings, Nebraska on June 16, 1938 · 10
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The Hastings Daily Tribune from Hastings, Nebraska · 10

Hastings, Nebraska
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Thursday, June 16, 1938
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TIN HASTINGS '(NEBtf DAILY TRIBUNE THURSDAY JUNE 18 IBS f i : ! : i f Nazis Sink State In Red Heavy Rearmament Expenditures Put Nation In Debt BERLIN— (Cotruspcudenca tha Associated Erees)— Nasi Germany’s feverish spending for rearmament public works projects and the 4-year self-sufficiency plan Is sinking the nation Into the red at the rate of seven billion marks (12800 000000) annually according to a reliable estimate Despite this the tremendous expenditures are continuing without apparent let-up— and Germany finds Itself In the midst of a boon government-financed through credit Inflation which Informed quarters said could continue Indefinitely The extent of government outpouring of money Is reflected at least partially In the cost of rearmament conservatively estimated by authoritative sources at 15000000000 marks ($6000000-000) since the Nazis came to power In 1033 Germany's annual-deficits can only be estimated because the government has not published a budget since 1034 The only official figures available are those on the public debt and tax revenue Published figures on Germany's funded and floating debts— borrowings supported by expansion of the nation’s credit structure has been the principal means of covering the capital expenditures —present only a partial picture of the financial situation Behind them stands a secret debt These figures show tor instance that the funded debt Increased from 0746000000 marks ($3808-400000) In 1033 to 16 820000000 marks ($6728000000) on March 31 1038 while the floating debt Jumped from 1944000000 marks ($777600000) to 2345000000 marks ($038000000) The 1037-38 tax yield Is estimated at 14000000000 marks against 6JS000000 In the 1032-33 fiscal year Prompt Postman Saves a Life FREMONT — Fourteen-months-old Gerald Krueger of Fremont probably owes his life to the fact that Chet Evans Fremont postman was on schedule Nniiy morning Evans reached the Krueger home a few seconds after the Infant fell Into a five-gallon pall of water The baby nearly suffocated was pulled out by his small Mother Evans applied artificial respiration and Gerald was revived Truckload of Cattle Stolon at Hildreth HILDRETH— No trace has been found of a truck load of cattle which was stolen Monday night from the George Nordbrook farm four miles southwest of own They belonged to Mr Nord-brook’s son-in-law George Bung-er Jr The truck was traced as far aa Alma before rain erased the tracks Swindell New Mascot School Secretary MASCOT— Ellsworth Swindell was elected as secretary of the Mascot consolidated schools Monday evening William Ludeke was retiring secretary STUDY PHtUFFINES HANSEN — Hansen Missionary Society met with Mrs Arnold Baumann on Tuesday afternoon Mrs Will Markham was assistant hostess and Mrs Bedford Johnson had charge of the devotionals The lesson was on the Philippines and Puerto Rico Mrs Wendell Haggard was leader F M Thompson left Tuesday for BrfUna Kan on a business trip Mr and Mrs Lee Markham family left Monday for their home In San Diego Calif after visiting relatives and friends here I 4 PIECE Gentlemen's Combination Fathar will appraciata theta: Retail Shaviag Latina Britan Tooth Pasta Kkaia Sharing Crean Ceat'i Tileaai Powder NEW eucnix Electric Sharer 9V5 Eehr ckaa eenlortabls haras with aa QUALITY KLSftZO Lather Brash 4 00 Lathsr Brash with best quality brinks stcarsly "t Yean ef tarries CIGARS bo of 50 'Popular CIGARETTES I25 & kw-vay Mkpvav The Tribune's Daily Today's Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS Questions on Page 6 1 Mary has a little anpr a half-million less people than John has 2 The first name of Woodrow Wilson was Thomas 3 The correct quotation concludes not “ now that April's here" but “ now that April's there” 4 Arthur Byron Is a stage and moving picture actor 5 The capital of Morocco is the dty of Fes Sutton Walking Club Honors Former Members SUTTON— The Walking Club gave a party at the home of Mrs W MacDonald Tuesday evening to honor three of their former members who were visiting here They were Miss Alta Garrison of Corvallis Ore Mrs Ralph Schell and Miss Alida Curtis of Ordway Colo MOVE TO BED CLOUD INAVALE— Mr and Mrs Harold Tucker and family moved Wednesday from the Hunter property here to Red Cloud Mr Tucker works on the WPA recreation project P R MORRIS FIlEs LINCOLN urn— Paul R Morris of Cental City filed as a candidate for the unicameral legislature today from the 30th district represented by John Knlckrehm of Grand Island CMIm nl kata eleanS li box aoWrut Ho atari eleaalue Hava tkraa atacai Pfcaaa S4S better Don’t Get A Headache Over What iorffr Miht "SLSaik Happen— INSURE AGAINST ITI ' Steele-Ellerbrock Insurance Agency Elpp BUg Phone 146$ RAZOR 100 A sturdy wcB-auds rasor ad 10 guaranteed Perm-tdfs Blades Gsawara with Mi Yaks Stag Gall Dalle Dad win appraciata theaa taagh long-diataace ao curala golf balk Tobacco Pouchi Lw- 'U ntMroeavnwwiwJ'ldoa wysknn-M TBIlf '1 r'1!i fflr T9 IT IIUTB'I Pattern By CAROL DAY Simple eg It Is this tailored dress In modified shirtwaist styls possesses magical flattery for the figure The bodice Is cleverly darted in such a way that It rounds out the boaom and mtwiwtiaaa the waist Wide xuvers at the neckline are softening end the slim silhouette la accentuated by puff sleeves high at the shoulders narrowed in the arms with little cuffs Pattern 8237 Is an Indispensable summer vacation style nice td wear traveling easy to pack It looks equally pretty with a big or Flapper Fanny “Huh— the things gome Coin’ without sun-glasses so Don’t Give Dad “Just Something” But Give Dad Something he knows and will be proud to wear! Glover Pajamas He’ll know Glovers He’ll know they’re fullness fit and comfort They're fast color too $1654195 Hickok Belts With his Initial on the buckle Made of fine cowhide or horse hide leathers $100 and $150 Cooper Underwear A pair of the new Jockey Bhorts In mesh or rayon will please him 50c and up Cheney and Am Ties Bilks that look and wear well —Silks that will dress Dad up $100 $150 Arrow Handkerchiefs Colorful— Stylish — New 25c-35c-50c Ben Bliefunan "If Yon Ltks Ms Call Me Ben” Imv rf — ' — 1— n"Tl -nMlTTl - Tirh a little hat Match the bait to your hat gloves and ahoea The newest material for this typs of dress Is wool or cotton laee Other good choices are linen flat crepe pique or gingham Trim the collar and cuffs with grosgraln ribbon or Mas fold Pattern 1237 Is designed for 14 16 16 20 40 42 and 44 16 requires 3 ytrds of 30-htch material 3 yards of ribbon or blu fold to trim Far a PATTERN uf this attrae tlva modal aand lia In COIN your NAME ADDRESS STYLE NUMBER and SIZE to HASTINGS DAILY TRIBUNE TODAY'S PATTERN BUREAU II STERLING PLACE BROOKLYN N Y Tbs naw SPRING AND BUMMER PATTERN BOOK IS pagaa of at-tractlva daalgna for avary alta sad vary occasion la now raady Photo- By Sylvia people will do to get attention! she’ll be conspicuous” Ben Skaxmaji Beau Brammefl Palm Beach Ties They’re beautiful They’re washable They hold their shape $100 Interwoven Hose Tills Is really a man's Hose Stylish— snappy yet serviceable 35c 8 for !$$ 55c and ap Dobbs Hals Many men like tlie light weight Cross Country Felts all the year around Large selections $5 1 i"" ' aw Araaaaa raaSa from poturu kolas won a rea-lora von wlU aatatLsi lag aoolgaa la thlo it w book kalp yoq Oat pattare Spring and Summer Pattan Bosk — II Mata Bask aions lo poor sawing thq in " —It aanta Votg $3000 Budget For Psuline School PAULINE— Thirty four taxpayers attended the qmmqi meeting in District I Monday evening C L Swlgart was reelected director Other members of the board are O O Evans and Arthur 81me A $3000 budget was voted for expenses- for the ensuing year B H Zogg was elected in District 26 to replace Charles Pavel-ka Other board members are - -Thomas Emel and Lammert Merkel Twenty voters wera present A levy to raise $600 was approved few the district ’ Louis Buhr moderator in District 4 vu replaced by Harm B Hagemeyer Eleven voters attended the meeting A $600 budget was voted for the coming year S D Landrefh Rites At Naponee Today NAPONEE — Funeral services were held here this afternoon for Stephen Douglas Landreth who died at his home here Tuesday He had lived in Naponee 23 years The Rev T J Pomeroy prayer service at the home preceding the funeral at the church napfca thaaa pi OVER 214 GAMBLE STORE MANAGERS HAVE SELECTED THESE BIG VALUES I Tha Law Plicae rids Sale We have combined the suggestions of all our atora managers Into one mammoth sale offering you values galore and sensational savings Flashlight Calls JMI 1-Gallon Camp Jug Stoaa Liaad Wide Month 989 Aluminum Kattla hr Fnssnhg 11 Qt She $29 lea Cream Freezer Metal TkL IQLShtb SAG Fly Spray XipgOial Type Ragilar40e FkGsL 418 imcu Jr 3 Tina Hay Fork Sfriag Steel Tiaae 859 Auto Cushions Pillow Type 5R 79 Naw Horn Ring FKo any eteer-lag wheoL Regular $110 989 M Insect Screens Mar made for Jiubo Tibs Bapiir KH Large Slae A HOe Value 299 I QL Sealed Can Meter ON Included At No Extra Ceet WMi 4 or Men Ganbio'aDafaae MaFdBtgpaA Plug! ere tha 6a- I0NN9 hOTOtO 4PlugahKtofiagQM RQ IfLCeaefOi JL”— ruu McCook Approves Auditorium Bonds McCOOK (RZ)— McCook voters resterdty approved a $50800 bond Issue to provide funds to mafab a 163800 WPA grant tor the construction of a municipal auditorium The vote waa 1127 to 570 well over the 60 per cent majority necessary to carry The auditorium Is to be erected as a memorial to veteran of all wars on a site being purchased under direction of the American Legion Post which Is custodian of a $1800 surplus left when the wartime Bammy’a Aid Boclety disbanded Four Receivo Degrtes From Frinklin O E S FRANKLIN — Franklin chapter met Tuesday evening with 42 present Candidates receiving the degrees of the order were Mrs Elsie Holdrege and Mrs Ada Hunt of Riverton Miss Muriel Austin of Naponee and Mrs Beulah Ouers of Franklin Visiting grand representatives Mrs Dosset of Wilcox and Mrs Beck of Hildreth gave short !-Miss Mary Wheeldon worthy matron of Hildreth chapter and Mrs Henry Erickson of Campbell plan spoke Henry Erickson of Campbell and Mrs A L Beck of Hildreth were additional visitors Mrs G P Spence gave a re iSSSfSi lQtaf 1 lissr Tihei IsalMad With Each Pair if Tint w at atera an CelawMa ttraa an g T— fc fair at tfaaa anriUaghr IS Five Installation M Day Froe Trial ITInaIMn bcm4a4 rint warn Tka MS-J IUI rfrfl aoeeeeoeoeeeeoe 11M SJS— ISa se-ie 4T e-ie 4JS-U MfAlNlAIGlEiRiS INSURANCE FOR I YEAN ONLY III EXTRA t An Esehnlva Gawthla Offarl t Ngw AItHgw Mawatlia Bkyda Tears ahead of he thee In stream Heed eaeiereere' qneU aad performance Headlight Mtt lata body Bread new streamlined fauna Lmge fall length tank £“““3325 $L2S Per Week r At N f A! G 1 Ei RlS tfiSTAl U El Gamble's Bonded Motor Oil A new finq quality ofl avallnbie In 1 qt ana 6 qt eeeled containers Positively guaranteed to equal any ell eeUing et anywhere near fids price Money back if pat eetiefled Introductory Salo Prico 1 Qt sr is Including Fodoral Tax 67 242 4 5-Quart Cans Gambia’s Duraflo Motor Oil A specially radnod 1 ofl 10c par quart quality !&K’4C":49 Indudiag Federal Tax 5-Qnart iUa'iMShMVi port of the grand chapter meeting at Fremont Mrs Mary Han read a poem' aa the benediction Refreshments wera served at tables decorated In keeping with "Flag Day” K C Company Buys SgronviD Elevator SARONVILLE— Lester J Reed Is new manager of the grain elevator here bought last week by the Fuller Oraln Company of Kansas City Mo from John and William Anderson Mr and Mrs Reed moved Wednesday from Sills Into the old Rudeen home In the south part of the village Continue Two Grades High School SaronviHe SARONVILLE— Continuance of the first two grades of high school here next year was voted at the annual school meeting this week Continuance of a 0-month term waa also approved Luther Johnson was re-elected director and the board was authorised to plant trees to replace those which have died on the schoolground PERFECTION Oil Stoves and Ranges For cod summer cooking No smoke— no odor Binderup Hdw Co BIG LAWN MOWEB VALUE 4-blade mower with ball bearing reel l-lneh wheels rate 14-lnch only Owetnr eowage— 4Mlo 100 og ft 1 CTMtif fNlNuOfli MOM Onr inaot qtmlfty pdnt QAMaira ORAOE -A” BARN PAINT Top M-ftyw 1 Oat hta yar Ori ngahr ala Nu OaL SAVE BY BUYING KOOLTEX SEAT COVERS tSaer Laugar Leak Mhr Cool washable coven that cover front and back of I QT CAN OP aONDED OIL INCUIPCP AT NO EXTRA COS WITH PURCHASE OF THESE BATTERIES 45 Plate enpar-nctivo Battery for Ford Chav Plymouth aad ether popular care Guaranteed I years Price si Syaan Hold GrocaryShowar For Ralph Ksmpfi' FAIRFIELD— Mrs Mabel Pau-blon was hostess at a grocery shower Tueaday evening for- Mr and Mrs Ralph Kempf who wera married June I Mrs Kempf formerly w as Miss Ruth Fowler daughter of Mr jmd Mrs Walter Fowler of Fairfield Mr and Mrs Harold Hoevet Mrs C 1 Hoevet and daughter Rose left Tueaday for Randolph Field Tex where they will attend exercises at which Dean Hoevet will be graduated from the flying school HIPPY RELIEF i FROM PAINFUL BACKACHE Caused by Tired Kidneys Maay af ttsra nawiaa aacglag paMd taabama psopia bbaaa aa aoida cr atrmiaa in aftaa raaaad bp Iliad bidum— ad aw aa nUarad wbao Iraatad la tha right way Tha Udnya an Natun’aabkf way ol taUag Mas adds aad yalaaaaua mats out d tba oiaod Mart psopia paaa about I piata a dajr at thraiA aaaaJ g Wagfg If ttaTiill- a I kidaar tubaa aad Shan laa'I wart vriL paieaueua waste antter itaya a tba Mead Tkraa painaa nay start uaggiaa tanbaWaa rkauMlia Mia lew at pap aad gyaatSag up link awritag puBUara g Ilia aria bnrtariiw and diailuwi oa't wait I Aak yap diumM for Daaak nad (uMawfuilr by nilUaaa (or ft They gin happy wBri aad will help tba ibn lab aat anlanaaaa Oat Doaa'a HO IS waste ban the $286 "SOUTH BENDt REEL PLUS $181 VALUE CASTINQ ROD A total valee of $LTL BoD for leea thaa Hat -QuatakUed fo 5 yeaUi B9ESEI NOUECIAII WISE PAINT IGaBoae Per Gallon $2§ sta’i at opadel onla pricn Cevora $50 I coots Gives brilliant rod finish ttSIb L39 1159 119 149 539 rli' L"— FLJW’luL’ -?’“ p V' 1 i t 1 i! “if V“ ' a:

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