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TTTSSDAT, SEPT. 28, 193&.
of Season for
Early Buying Enables Ladies Tog-
- geiy to Lead the Field in Out
standing Yalne Giving.
The cool weather now -with us is
a forerunner of winter ahead . . and
calls for wearing: apparel in keeping
with the times. " If you hare put oS
making your selections, now is the
time to visit The Ladies Toggery-
Shop of Personal Service and look
after this important matter. Stocks
there are most complete and prices
still low, but will soon be moving
upward. So, if you want to be assur
ed of satisfaction and economy, don't
Coats bought on early markets are
still coming in. New, colorful fash
ions in untrimmed coats at 919.95
and 9 22.50. Sport types at 99.95
and 97.95. They are tailored with
all the important details of fine
clothing. Rayon satin linings, warm
ly innerlined. Styles so bewitching
you'll have a hard time deciding
which one you like best. And here
you have a choice of square boxy or
sleek fitted Btyles both popular for
fall and winter wear. Colors that
will set your heart aflame black,
tile, wine, green, brown. In lovely
boucle. tweeds. Sizes 12 to 44. A
most complete showing.
The Dress stock includes new styles
for all occasions, priced at 93.95 to
98.95. Sizes 9 to 17. 20 to 52.
High styles in the world of fashion,
important new r&yon crepes and
wools ach style a forecast of win
ter's favorites. Colors are tile blue,
wine, plum, brown, moss leaf and
green. By all means, see these.
Hats Hats and still more Hats
arriving daily. Each one an outstand
ing value. Priced at 91. 91.95 and
92.95. You'll immediately recognize
these hats as superior quality. Their
rich soft texture, flawlessly fashion
ed in the season's most flattering
styles make hats such as these first
choice among women who love qual
ity as well as smartness. All head
sizes small, medium and large.
Handbags that are new and thrift-
Illy yours. Black, brown, wine, navy
and green to proride that' finishing
touch to a perfect ensemble. All ele
gantly designed in top handle, frame
xipper or envelope styles. You'd ex
pect to pay more but we offer your
choice for only 91.
We are selling first quality full
fashioned Silk Chiffon Hose at only
a pair. Sheer chiffon, with the
sturdy cradle toe and heel for longer
wear. All new fall colors. Sizes 9
to 10. Buy now before price ed
vances as it's Bure to do.
We ask that you come in thin
week end and see the large selection
of ' dependable quality wearing ap
parel for ladies and misses that we
have assembled for your approval
and offer as the most outstanding
values to be had anywhere in this
THE LADIES TOGGERY,
Shop of Personal Service.
Subscribe for the Journal.
We can offer Pure, Becleaned Iowin
..at $1 per Bushel
GOOD SEED & GRAIN CO.
Louisville (Ky.) trafflo sign:
"Slow down before you become a
DON'T drive with dangerous tires.
If yours have outlived their useful
ness, let us figure with you on a new
set. Good tires all around are highly
CONOCO SERVICE STATION
Joe Hendrlx, Lessee and Operator
Washing - Greasing - Tire Repair
Phone 1324 Hour Service
FAU) FOB '
CUE Al l
We axe in the Market for
Springs Special Prices
Open Every Evening
Bring In Your Produce!
Conveniently Located 5th and Hain
Center of Business Section
Prjm Mniay' pally
Sunday was the eighth birthday
anniversary of Jimmy Doody and In
honor of the event a number of the
young friends were ' Invited in to
spend a few hours most delightfully
The members of the party were given
a weiner roast on the attractive lawn
of the Doody home and favors of
balloons, whistles and candy were
presented the quests in honor of the
event. Jimmy received many hand
some gifts as remembrances from
Those who attended the happy
birthday party were: Harold Zim
merer, Betty and Cyril Kocian, Sally
Gaines, Rose Marie Salerno, Eddie
and Betty Eaton, Tom and Jerry
Pucelik, Norman and Hermina Reich
stadt, Joan Gradoville. Tommy Doody
and the guests of honor, Mr. and
Mrs. T. H. Lindley, of Omaha, uncle
and aunt of Jimmy, were also here
for the day.
Konfrsts Feted at Shower
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Konfrst, Jr.,
who were wedded on Wednesday.
August 16 in Clarinda. Iowa,, were
tendered a miscellaneous shower Sun
day evening at Bellevue. The occa
sion was held In the Bellevue hall
and was attended by a large group
of friends and relatives of the young
people. Plattsmouth people who at
tended the shower were: Mrs. Prank
Slatinsky and daughters. Misses
Helen and Teresa, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Born and daughter. Mrs. Albert
Schiessl, granddaughter. Miss Phyllis
Schiessl. Mr. and Mrs. John Kubicka
and son, Bernard, Mrs. Frank Cho-
vanec. Mrs. Frank Robbins and
daughter. Miss Phyllis, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Kanka, Mr. and Mrs. John
Janecek, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kon
frst, Sr.. and son. Jerry, daughter.
Agnes. James Janecek of LaPlatte
also attended the shower. Bingo was
played by the group and later the
guests all took part in the dancing
party. The guests of honor received
many gifts which they will cherish
in years to come. The newlyweds are
making their home in Bellevue.
Eniov Family Dinner
The country home of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy E. Howard near Murray was the
scene of a very pleasant family din
ner party Sunday, the event honor
ing Miss Mildred Warner of Miami.
Florida, and her friend, Miss Pearl
Kremer, of Wapello. Iowa, who have
been here for a few days visiting.
The members of the family came
with well laden baskets and which
provided a dinner that was much ap
preciated and enjoyed to the utmost
by the fifty-one members of the group
attending. This morning Miss War
ner and Miss Kremer departed for
their homes. Those who attended
the dinner party were: Mr. and Mrs.
XV. F. Warga and Donald Blunt, Mc
Cook: Mr. and Mrs. James Layten.
Mrs. Arthur Blunt and LaVonne and
Barbara Blunt, Norman Moyer, Oma
ha: Mrs. C. H. Warner, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy E. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. L. F.
Terryberry, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wet
enkamp, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace War
ner, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hutchison,
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gayer, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Melsinger. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Alva
dore Tllson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Car
neal. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Terry
berry, Helen Warner, Charles. Vivian
and Marylou Warner, Edward and
Grant Howard. John H. and Billy
Gayer, Mary Katherine Wetenkamp,
Betty Mae and Jimmie Hutchison,
Mildred Ann and Bonnie Jean Mei
inger, Frederick Tllsqn, Thomas and
Martha Frances Carneal, Michael
and All Other Farm
Because of a growing de
mand for Casco Butter,
we are now turning out
the greatest volume since
the establishment of the
Creamery in Plattsmouth.
For that reason we need
more Cream and are in
position to pay top prices
at all times. Bring your
Cream and other produce
to us. Prompt service on
large or small amounts.
Full Line of Feeds
and Stock Salt
LCHE0 St. r""E04
from rv4r'a Daily
Degree of Honor Meets
The first fall meeting of the De
gree of honor was held this after
noon at 2:30 at the home of Miss
Teresa Hemple at 224 "Second Ave
nue. Despite the sudden change In
weather a number of the ladies were
present at the business session con
ducted by the society's president,
Miss Anna Hassler. Following the
business end of the afternoon a
social hour, followed by the usual
serving of a luncheon, was held.
Honored on Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Robinson en
tertained a group of relatives and
friends at a small birthday party
at their home on West Oak street
(commonly known as the M. G. Stava
residence) Sunday, September 24
The occasion was tendered in honor
of Gary Robinson, who observed the
passing of his first birthday anni
versary that day. Guests present in
cluded his grandparents and uncles
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bokamper and
30ns, Clyde and Floyd of Omaha, and
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Banks and
son of Plattsmouth.
Junior W. C. Social
Monday evening the Junior Wom
an's club met at Hotel Plattsmouth
for their social meeting. There were
sixty young ladies present, making
14 tables of pinochle, bridge, and
Chinese checkers. Prizes were won
by Mrs. Edith Vandervoort. Miss
EUen Ubben. Mrs. Pauline Yelick
and Miss Ruth Ann Hatt. The hos
tesses for the evening were: Fern
Jahrig. Edith Tunnel. Melba Teeb-
ken, Hilda Fitzgerald. Margaret
Rummel. Virginia Marksbury. and
The next meeting will be held on
October 9th at Hotel Plattsmouth
Alice Hiatt and Catherine Anthes
will have charge of the program ar
Honor Naval Midshipman
Last evening Mr. and Mrs. William
T. Starkjohn entertained at a very
pleasant family dinner party at their
coiintrv home, the event honoring
I Midshipman Karl Stefan, of Belle-
jrue, who is home for a leave from
the U. S. naval academy at Annapolis
Maryland. Midshipman Stefan Is
nephew of Mrs. Henry Starkjohn of
this city and a cousin of William
Starkjohn.. The time was -very pleas
antly spent in visiting and enjoy
ing visiting among the members of
the party as Midshipman Stefan
leaves Wednesday for the naval
academy to resume his studies. Owing
to the war conditions the class at
the naval academy was not given
the usual foreign cruise this year and
the members allowed leaves to visit
the home folks
Announce Forthcoming Wedding-
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stander of
Manley are announcing the forth
coming marriage of their , daughter.
Miss Rose Mary Stander to Mr. Her
man Bergman, son of Mr.' and Mrs.
Frank J. Bergman also of Manley.
The nuptial ceremony will take place
on Tuesday morning, October 3 at
the St. Patrick's Catholic church in
Miss Stander already has been and
is being feted at a number of show
ers. Last week Mr. and Mrs. John
Mockenhaupt of Manley entertained
In her honor. This evening Mrs.
John Stander will entertain her
niece at a miscellaneous shower.
iff,. It "sA
Among-' the assistants at the shower
will be Misses Anna . and Cecilia
Palacek of this city.
The .bride-to-be Is a granddaugh
ter of John H. Palacek. Sr., and a
niece of Misses Anna and Cecilia
Palacek of this city. The groom-to-be
Is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. John
Bergman of this city.
from WanMdaya Dairy
Inkler's Clnb Meets
Following a four-months' vacation
and rest period from card playing,
the members of the Inkler's card club
met yesterday afternoon with Mrs.
Fred Bourck. The roll call showed
all of the members present to spend
the afternoon In playing bridge.
Prize winners were Mrs. Henry Stark-
John and Mrs. Frank Cloidt.
Shnffle and Deal Club
The Shuffle and Deal club, well
known, men's card club, met last
evening with Dr. L. S. Pucelik as
the host to the jolly group. The
club has been taking a vacation dur
ing the summer and the members
now are back refreshed and ready for
the season of playing. In the games
Herbert Schutz and George J. Jaeger
proved the most successful. A lovely
Dutch lunch was served.
Sodality Has Meeting
The 13. V. M. sodality president.
Miss Florence Sedlak was in charge
of the first fall meeting of the so
ciety held last evening at 7:30 at the
club rooms of the Holy Rosary
church. Miss Wilma Swatek sub
mitted the secretarial report. Plans
and arrangements were discussed for
the coming Bingo psrty to be held
In the future. Committee members
for this social event are: Lillian
Chovanec. chairman; Florence Sed
lak. Wilma Swatek, and Helen Slatin
C. D. A. Holds Social
The September social meeting ot
the Catholic Daughters of America
was held last evening, at the home
of Mrs. John Bergman on Seventh
and Timber street. Assistant hos
tesses were Mrs. Lester Gaylor and
Mrs. Cyril Kalina.
Bridge, pinochle, and Chinese
checkers comprised the entertainment
during the evening. The bridge prize
was awarded to Mrs. Emmons Ptak;
Mrs. Baltz Meisinger received the
pinochle prize; and Mrs. John Smith
was given the Chinesecheckex prize.
A luncheon served by the hostesses
concluded the evening.
Miss Stander Feted
The home of Mr. and Mrs. John
A. Stander at Manley was the scene
of a large gathering when a num
ber of the aunts of Miss Rose Mary
Stander tendered her a miscellaneous
shower last evening. Serving as hos
tesses were: Mrs. Albert Seiker and
Mrs. Edward Seiker 1 xt Elmwood.
Mrs. John Palacek of Omaha, Mrs.
John A. Stander, and Misses Anna
and Cecilia Palacek -of this
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A debonair new FELT ... cleverly laced with
ribbon. Carefully casual perfect anywhere!
Dozens of Spirited New Colors
in Your Headsize, at
Other attractive and flattering Hats. .$1 to $2.93
Guests from Elmwood, Plattsmouth
Omaha, and Manley were present
The evening was spent in playing
Bingo for which prizes were given
The bride-to-be opened and displayed
the many useful and beautiful gifts
The evening climaxed with a shower
luncheon served by the ladies in
DEATH OF MBS. ED CONNER
From Tuead&y'a Daily
Mrs. E. H. Bernhardt of this
city received the sad message this
morning regarding the passing of
her grandmother, Mrs. Ed E. Conner
at Grand Island, Nebraska. One of
the pioneer settlers in that part of
the state, Mrs. Conner observed the
passing of her eighty-sixth birthday
on Sunday, Sept. 10. The deceased
has been in failing health most of
the summer and her death had not
come unexpectedly. It is thought the
funeral services and interment will
be made at Grand Island. Mrs. Bern
hardt will attend the last sad rites
of the grandmother.
LEAVES FOR CALIFORNIA
Mrs. Paul Bajeck, one of the old
resident of the west part of the
city, departed Tuesday for Los An
geles where she is planning on mak
ing her home in the future with her
daughter, Mrs. Floyd Kuhney and
family. The Kuhney family were
here and took Mrs. Bajeck with them
by auto for the west coast. Mrs.
Bajeck has made several visits on the
coast with the daughter and family
and now will locate there to enjoy
her declining years.
ENTERS TJ. S. SERVICE
Lester Reeves, one of the well
known young men of the city, has
enlisted in the service of the com
pany of the 17th infantry and is
now on active duty with the regi
ment at Fort Crook. Lester has been
a student at the CMTC for the past
two summers and has had a great
deal of experience that will be
valuable to him in the duties in the
George Conis, commander of the
local American Legion post, as well
as E. O. Vroman. post finance officer
and Mrs. ' Vromari; president of the
American Legion Auxiliary, are at
Chicago this week. They are in at
tendance at the national convention
of the American Legion and expect
to take part in the great parade to
day. AN APPRECIATION
We take this method to thank our
many friends and neighbors who
helped us so faithfully in time of
the fire to save our other buildings.
-Mr. and Mrs. John W. Stones.
The Shamblen Helm Milling Co.,
operators of the Plattsmouth Fe?d
Center, are announcing the list of
those who were awarded prizes by
the company on Saturday, as follows:
1 Steve Wiater, Plattsmouth.
2 Mrs. Philin Linen, Platts
3 Mrs. George Schroder, Cedar
4 C. B. Newburn, Murray.
5 Elmer Colbert, Weeping Water.
6 Mrs. Everett Spangler, Mur
7 Mrs. II. E. Tincher, Platts
8 Mrs. Stanley Walskie.
9 O. E. Domingo, Weeping Water.
10 William Giese, Fort Crook.
31 Mrs. J. W. Kile, Fort Crook.
12 Mrs. George Gillen. R.F.D. 5.
13 Mrs. Albert Timmas, Platts
VISIT AT TURNER HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Malo, ol
Whiting, Indiana, arrived Saturday
evening to remain here over Sunday
as guests at the hoirie of County
Treasurer John E. Turner and fam
ily. Mrs. Malo is a sister of Mrs.
Turner and this morning the guests
departed for Hugo, Colorado, where
they will visit at the home of Judge
and Mrs. C. M. Somerville, the latter
also a sister of Mrs. Malo.
Volume Soles No Credit Losses Means More Profit
PROFIT SHARING DA Y!
SATURDAY, SEPT. 30
Two Quarts Coryell -70- Motor Oil FREE
with purchase of 6 or more gallons gasoline.
Washington Avenue and 11th Street
E. C Giles On U. S. Highway 75 Phone 174
"WHERE EVERY DAY IS FOOD
Ad for Plattsmouth. Friday, Sat.
PHONE 93 and
Reg. or Drip, 2
Ib. Tin or Jar
N BANANAS A
Ex. Spec, Lb.
D AICIMC Fancy THOMPSON SEEDLESS Hr
KSlOllO New, Fresh Stock. 3 lbs. for AlC
MACARONI !:,bspe?lHoES0, 21c
CORNFLAKES VlUZMgSZF! re, 25c
SALAD DRESSING BX3T"T. 23c
10 lbs. for
AD Dl PC no 1 Uuaiuy
for Eatina or
No. 1 Quality
for Eating or
CLEANSING POWDER SrNgB0RcIn 4c
RICE Dluc Rose K'i HceMaM.B.r??...19c
10 lbs. for
ULLEfrS MEAT DEPARTMENT
Phone 95 and 83. We have Four Deliveries Daily
8:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.
BEEF ROAST, extra fancy quality, lb 17
PLATE BOIL, lean, meaty, lb 10(i
BEEF STEW, no bone, lb 17Vz$
Cudahay Puritan Leaf
In Carton, 2 lbs. .
PORK CHOPS, Center Cuts, lb 20
PORK STEAK, lean quality, per lb 20
PORK LIVER, 2 lbs. for 25
PORK BRAINS, lb 10$
WE ALSO HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Cold Meats - Dressed Poultry - Dill and Sweet Pid!c
LAND, FARM and j
TOR FULLER BRUSHES
Call Gqp. Mayabb. Ttl. Z120,
Deep well automatic electric pump
and tank. First class condition. Dr.
G. H. Gilmore. Murray. r.2S-2tw
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Don't miss hearing
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mssag for you. Hear him
on The Farmers' Forum 1
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Monday, C:So-7:O0 P. M.
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ASHLAND. OHIO ,
85 WE DELIVER
3 lbs. for 17o
- 25 c
Fresh Assortment Full Line of
Popular Numbers. Ext. Special, 2 lbs..Al7L'
Extra Fancy DELICIOUS
Cooking. 4 lbs
fcxira Fancy DELICIOUS tfn
Cookina. 4 lbs 3w