On Monday, July 9, 1951, vacationing from Muscatine in Osceola with his family, Dale wrote, “Went to Omaha with Louie, Jack, and Biscuits Bailey. Louie sold 20 head of steers at $425 each. I went to the alcohol plant for two hours and visited.” Louie was Helen’s brother and Jack was Louie’s son-in-law. I don’t know who Biscuits Bailey was, but he had a great nickname. Above is the Omaha Alcohol Plant in 1947, to the immediate right of a long white building (part of the city power plant).