The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, June 26, 1916, Page PAGE 2, Image 2

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MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1916.
The Services That United Miss Alice
Irene Tuey and Mr. Ashel H. Bar
nette Very Beautiful and
One of the prettiest of the June
weddings occurred Saturday evening
at the First Methodist church when
Miss Alice Irene Tuey was united in
the bonds of holy wedlock to Mr.
Ashel H. Barnette of Linn Grove, la.
The church was filled with a large
number of relatives and friends of
the contracting parties to witness the
ceremony that was to unite for life
these two loving hearts.
The church was very prettily deco
rated for the occasion with a profu
sion of white daisies and asparagus
ferns on the platform, in front of
which the bridal party took their sta
Preceding the ceremony the choir
of the church gave a very beautiful
number that was much enjoyed and
furnished the fitting prelude to the
solemn . and impressive service that
was to follow. As the song drew
to a close the bridal chorus from
"Lohengrin" was played by Mr. E
II. Wescott and to the soft strains of
which the wedding party entered the
church, the bride being preceded by
the members of her party Miss
Hazel Tuey as maid of honor, Mrs
J. R. Jennings of Springfield, Mass.,
as matron, of honor, and Miss Hazel
Bunine of Omaha, cousin of the
groom, and Miss Clara Austin of
Geneva, Neb., as bridesmaids. The
groom and the members of his party
met the bride at the platform, where
the minister was awaiting the coming
of the party. The groom was accom
panied by Mr. C. C. Sherlock of Dea
Moines as best man, and J. B. Davis
of Pes Moines, Robert Melleck of
Omaha, J. R. Jennings of Spring
field, Mass., and Chester Tuey of this
city as groomsmen.
As the bridal party entered from
the side aisles the two little ribbon
bearers, Helen Wescott and Helen
Becson, entered the center aisle with
their streamers of snowy white rib
bons which stretched along either side
of the aisleway where the bride was
soon to come. Masters Edgar Wes
cott and Robert Hall came with bask
ets of rose petals which they scat
tered in advance of the bride, who
entered the church on the arm of her
father, Mr. J. E. Tuey. At the sta
tion in front of the platform the min
ister, Rev. F. M. Druliner, pronounced
the words that was to join until the
end of time the hearts and lives of
these two most estimable young peo
ple. The beautiful Episcopal ring
service was used by the minister
The wedding ring was borne in a
large American Beauty rose by little
Virginia Tuey, niece of the bride, who
entered the church just preceding the
bride. As the wedding party stood
before the minister awaiting the cere
mony that was to make them one
Miss Clara Mae 'Morgan sang very
sweetly, "Oh, Promise Me," by De
Koven, at the close of which the wed
ding ceremony was performed.
As the wedding party left the
church they were taken at once to the
home of the bride's parents, on South
Eleventh street, where a reception
was tendered to the relatives, and the
happy young people showered with
the well wishes of those near and
dear to them. The bride and groom
left the same evening for Omaha by
auto, and from that city departed for
Colorado, where they will enjoy a
two weeks honeymoon, and on re
turning will visit in this city and in
Iowa for a short time until they go
to Linn Grove, la., where they will
.make their future home.
The ladies of the wedding party
were all gowned most charmingly in
white net, the bridesmaids and mat
ron of honor carrying showers of
white daisies and the maid of honor,
Mrs. Ward, roses. The bride carried
a shower bouquet of brides roses and
wore the flowing bridal veil. The
mothers of the bride and groom were
each presented with large bouquets
of roses. The gentlemen of the party
were all in full evening dress.
Mr. and Mrs. Barnette received a
great many handsome gifts of cut
glass and china from their many
friends as remembrances of the happy
Those from out of the city attend
ing the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs.
E. D. Barnette, father and mother of
the groom, of Linden, la.; .Mr. Rob
ert Mellick,.Miss Hazel Bonine, Mrs.
H. O. Ehlers, Mrs. T. Allen, all of
Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Mc
Daniel of Sidney, 'la.; Mr. and Mrs.
E..J. Tuey of Glenwood, la.; Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Jennings of Springfield,
The bride is the accomplished
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Tuey
of this city and has been very promi
nent in social and religious circles of
the city as a member of the First
Methodist church.
The groom is at present superin
tendent of schools at Linn Grove, la.,
and a graduate of Drake university.
He is a member of the Cappa Lambda
fraternity and has been quite promi
nent in education work in Iowa since
his gradaution.
From Friday's Dally.
Mark White was a visitor in umana
yesterday with his motler at the
Methodist hospital, where she is
spending a short time while recov
ering from an operation for the re
moval of a cataract from one of her
eyes. Mrs. White is reported as get
ting along nicely and there is every
hope that the operation has proved
a great success and that this estima
ble lady will soon regain the full
sight of the eye that has been affected
by the growth. Mrs. White is 81
years of age and has stood the oper
ation in splendid shape. Her many
friends in this county will be glad to
learn that she is doing so nicely and
trust that she may show continued
improvement and that she may soon
be able to return home.
From Friday's Dailv.
A suit has ben filed in the district
court entitled Bank of Cass County
vs. G. P. Eastwood, in which the
plaintiff seeks to recover the sum of
$2,780.27, which is claimed by the
plaintiff to be due on a promissory
note dated June 7, lil&, and payable
on demand and for which the plaintiff
asks judgment for the principal and
interest at the rate of 8 per cent from
the 7th of June. Attorney C. A.
Rowls appears as attorney for the
Another suit filed is that of Frank
M. Sivey vs. Plattsmouth Ferry Co.,
et al., in which the plaintiff seeks to
have title to lots 7, 8, 9 and 10, in
block 169, city of Plattsmouth, quiet
ed and the claim of the defendants
to such lots which are owned by the
plaintiff forever barred. J. M. Leyda
appears as attorney for the plaintiff,
Mr. Sivey.
From Friday's Dally.
John Jenkins, a former Cass county
boy, who has for the past two years
made his home at Rosalie, Neb., ar
rived yesterday afternoon at Murray
to visit with his relatives and friends
in that locality for a short time, and
brought with him Mrs. Jenkins. The
wedding of these estimable young
people occurred at Rosalie on Tues
day, where the bride, Miss Mary A.
Kuhn, resided, and where the newly
weds will make their home in the
future, Mr. Jenkins being interested
in the garage business there with his
brother, Earl, who has been very
successful since he located there on
leaving Murray. The many friends
of the happy grom throughout the
county will extend to him and his
charming helpmate' their most sin
cere wishes for their future happi
Among the Nebraska boys who will
go to the Mexican border to take part
in defending the honor "of their coun
try is Bert Spies, a son of ,Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Spies of this city. Bert
is a member of the signal corps of
the National guard of Nebraska, be
longing to the Fremont company, and
is now at Camp Morehead at Lincoln,
awating the order to entrain for the
front. Mr. Spies, who is a linotype
operator, has beeh located at Fremont
for some time, and when the call
came he at once responded to the
occasion. The many friends of the
young man will await further news
of the company when they reach their
destination, and particularly of Mr.
Mr$. C- I. Martin was among those
going to Omaha this morning, to
spend a few hours with friends.
From Saturday's Dany.
Last evening a fine little son made
his appearance at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Meisinger, near Cedar
Creek, and the little son, who is the
first child in the family, is certainly
the boss of the households Mrs.
Meisinger and the little one are both
doing nicely, while the father is the
proudest man in Cass county and has
just cause for his pride and joy in
the fine little lad. The two grand
fathers, F. J. Hennings and J. H.
Meisinger, are also feeling mighty
proud over the fine grandson that
they have been presented with. The
heartiest congratulations of the many
friends in the county will be extended
to the happy parents, with the wish
for the future welfare of the new son.
From Saturday's Dally.
Thursday in Denver, Colo., occurred
the marriage of Dr. T. B. Lacy of
Council Bluffs, la., and Miss Alice
Brinkman of this city. The marriage
is the culmination of a romance be
ginning at the Glenwood state hos
pital, where Dr. Lacy was a member
of the medical staff, and the bride a
nurse there for several years. Miss
Brinkman has been visiting at Den
ver at the home of her sister, Mrs,
Harold LaChappell, and here the wed-
diner ceremony was performed. The
young people will spend a short
honeymoon in Council Bluffs at the
home of Mrs. J. B. Atkins, grand
mother of the groom. Dr. Lacy, who
is staff lieutenant of the Iowa Na
tional guard, will then join his troops
at Des Moines for the Mexican front
for service.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank S. Brinkman of this
city and has for the past few years
been employed at Glenwood as a
nurse in the hospital service and is
a young lady possessing many friends
both in this city and Glenwood.
From Saturday's Daily.
The decorating of graves of former
members of the Women's Christian
Temperance Union, who were laid to
rest in the Oak Hill cemetery, was
duly observed yesterday afternoon.
Forty sprays of blossoms, tied with a
white bow of ribbon lovingly placed
by the members, brought up old mem
ories of the great work done in years
past. Through the efforts and faith
ful work of searching through the old
records by Mrs. S. E. Kerr and the
assistance of Mrs. P. E. Ruffner in
locating the graves, the members of
the Women's ' Christian Temperance
Union were able to decorate all of
them. The 25th day of June has been
set aside as W. C. T. U. Memorial
day and the day when all the organi
zations throughout the United States
decorate the graves of their departed
members. The 25th occurring on Sun
day this year, the local organization
decorated the graves of their departed
members yesterday, Friday, June 23
From Saturday's Dally.
J. G. Druliner of Alma, Neb., father
of Rev. F. M. Druliner of. this city,
is here to enjoy a visit with his son
andfamily while he is enjoying an
outing by visiting with his children
in the different parts of the state.
Mr. Druliner is hale and hearty in
appearance and does not betray in
his actions the fact that he is 84 years
of age. He is a pioneer resident of
the state and in the sixties was en
gaged in freighting over the plains
with the ox teams.
Yesterday Mark .White and wife
were in Omaha, where they spent the
day at the Methodist hospital with
Mrs. I. S. White, who is there recov
ering from an operation upon one of
her eyes. Mrs. White is reported as
doing nicely and her condition is as
well as could be expected. Uncle
Dems. White of ' Surprise, Neb., is
here visiting the White family for a
few days and his visit is being greatly
Ben Schlicher of Brady, Neb., caie
in Saturday to enjoy' a short visit in
this locality with his relatives ; and
friends. '
From Saturday's Dally.
- The Queen Esther- CircleTOJ ".the
Methodist Episcopal church . held an
interesting business meeting Tuesday
evening at the home of Mrs. E. P,
Stewart Plana , were discussed and
pledges made for the coming year,
beginning July 1, and the following
officers were elected; Miss Gertrude
Beeson, president; Miss Garnet Cory,
vice president; Miss Elizabeth Kerr,
secretary; Miss Florence Balser,
treasurer; Mrs. Florence Coleman,
mite box secretary; Miss Muriel Bar
thold and Mrs. Ethel Moore, captains
of "groups. Miss Margaret Mapes
gave a good report of the district
convention held at Crab Orchard,
Neb., June 3 and 4. A few moments
were then devoted to a most delight-.
ful social time, and in the meantime
the hostess served some dainty re
A suit has been filed in the district
court entitled The Bank of Commerce
of Louisville vs. John G. Ahl, in which
the plaintiff seeks to recover the sum
of $1,040, which it is alleged is due
on a note dated October 9, 1915, and
payable on demand, and which is now
past due and for which the plaintiff
asks judgment and interest from the
date of maturity of the note.
From Saturday' Dal?y.
The residents along - Main street
from Eleventh to Thirteenth streets
are circulating a petition for perm is
sion to place a private sewer from the
corner of Main and Eleventh streets
to the corner of Thirteenth street
This will give the residents along this
thoroughfare an opportunity of se
curing connection with the main
sewer on Chicago avenue with which
the Eleventh street sewer connects
and makes this property more vain
able by reason of the improvement,
This part of the "city is forging right
ahead and with the handsome new
homes erected and the large amount
of new permanent walk put in there
is not a part of the city that can
equal it for progressiveness.
The residents are recognizing the
need of a good sewerage system and
every part of the city is now' being
equipped with them, advancing the
value of the property interests.
This Case Has a Hint for Many
Journal Readers.--
A Plattsmouth woman has used
Doan's Kidney Pills.
She has found them as represented
She wishes her neighbors to know,
She publicly recommends them.
No need to look further for a tested
kidney remedy.
The proof of merit is here and can
be investigated.
Profit by Mrs. Burbridge's state
Mrs C. C. Burb ridge, Vine street,
Plattsmouth, says: "About five years'
ago, my back caused me a great deal
of misery. It ached most all the time.
After I had taken Doan's Kidney
Pills for awhile, my back "felt as
strong as ever. Since then, I have
always considered them a very fine
medicine for backache and kidney
trouble and recommend them to ,my
neighbors, when 1 hear 'them com
Price 50 cents, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedyr :get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Burbridge had.'- Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y- J ,
: . , For Sale.' - V
The Hotel Berger, -of , Murray, Neb?
raska,is offered .for sale and a, price
that is right, if taker goon.. For full
particulars and terms see Mrs. J, W.
Berger at the hotel. , .. . .,
Thirty-horsepower ; Maxwell': auto
mobile for sale right if. taken, at once.
May be. seen at the; Puis garage ;in
Murray. George M. HiW. 613-tf d
Carl Holmberg was an over-Sunday
visitor in Lincoln, , where he attended
a great Swedish, festival in that city,
where, a number of the Swedish sing
ing societies were present, a4 re
turned home on No. 10 last night.
Yesterday morning the members of
the Young Men's Bible class of the
Methodist church ! had : the unusual
pleasure of having Jr Lufeian,-a na
tive of the Philippine islands, present
at their hour of service and address
ing them on' the 'land of 'his birth.
Mr. Lubian has been in the United
States about a year and ia attending
the United Brethren college at York,
where he is studying for the ministry
and ia a young man of splendid tal
ents and ability. As soon as his work
in college Is completed he will return
to the Philippines, where he will take
up missionary work among his people
and endeavor to assist in the spread
of the Christian faith. He is spending
his summer vacation at the farm
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wiles,
southwest of this city. The talk was
very much enjoyed by the members
of the class and gave them a clear
insight into the Philippine islands and
their people.
from Friday's Dally.
Albert Cllne, a young man residing
in the vicinity of South Bend, was
brought in last evening from that
place by I. W. Jones and turned over
to the county board of insanity to
answer to the charge of insanity pre
ferred against him. The board in its
hearing decided that the facts in the
case were-ufficient"to send the young
man to the state hospital for treat
ment and he will be taken there ac
The unfortunate man seems to be
affected with a mania for making
away with himself, and only last
Tuesday attempted suicide by slash
ing his wrists with a pocket knife,
but fortunately he was discovered be-i
fore he could accomplish him purpose,
and since then has been watched to
prevent him doing some rash act. Ho
was taken to Lincoln this evening by
Sheriff Qulnton and will be placed in
the state hospital for treatment.
" Sunday morning, at an early hour
members of the . T..-J. Sokol society
left Plattsmouth for another hike,
this time walking to Glenwood, a dis
tance of eight miles, starting from
the ferry at 11:10 and arriving -at
Glenwjood at 2 o'clock. They found
the city in a rather melancholy mood
as the soldier stan -nad ictt on tne
morning train. They enjoyed a very
pleasant dinner at one of Glenwood's
cafes, after which they strolled about
the city and visited the institute for
the- feeble-minded. The rest of the
afternoon was spent at the Glenwood
summer resort,' enjoying refresh
ments. 'At dusk the party started
home, leaving Glenwood at - the rate
of thirty-five miles an hour in a Dort
car, whkh happened to have ' eleven
occupants. The Sokol society is plan
Ring to have another hike m two
weeks, at which time they will go to
Nebraska City. At the end of their
hike they will challenge anyone, to a
walking . race.
From Saturday DtUr.
The exterior or the city hall is
taking on added beauty, due to the
skillful brush of Gideon Archer and
George Forbes, who have the contract
for painting the building, and they
are getting it looking fine as far as
thework has progressed.- The. build-'
ing is being painted a light gray in
color and when completed will be a
neat-appearing structure.
From 9atur4r'a Pan.
"'Mr. and Mrs. R." F. Patterson and
sons, Cdward and Herbert, returneq I
home last evening from a trip out in
the "western part of the. state and a
visit' at.' Arapahoe with . Charles 'A.
Patterson and other friends in that
. v - u I
lUtauiv. xjii refill u.p u - I
elers report considerable' mud in the
reads,' but; despite this they. were ab
to make" 185 miles yesterday in their
Buick touring car. " '
' .Tamoc .Taiittat ' .waa i amnn ct thfl L
Piattsmouth visitors in , Omaha ryes-
terday, where he spent.the day with
friends in that city and in Council
Bluffs. , V
Leo Welsh was an over-Sunday I
visitor in Omaha, with bis parents and
Other relatives and friends. la
These Wash
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are fast colorthey are attractive colored silk
stripes and figures that won't wash out. These
are all new ones they are fresh from their wrap
pings, and each one is certainly an unusual value
at 25c
See the Wash Tub full of them in our window.
and some at 3 for 50c.
These too are new ones and the variety of pat
terns is very large. They are especially 1 Q
priced at 3 for 50c or you can buy one for liC
C. E. Wescott's Sons
Local New
Mrs. Ben Brooks came down from
Omaha Saturday, to spend a few
hours, returning to the metropolis
yesterday morning.
Peter Meisinger and wife of Cedar
Creek were in the city Saturday,
looking after the week-end shopping
with the merchants.
Miss Seva Johnson came down from
Omaha Saturday evening, to visit
over Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Gust Johnson.
Mrs. Emma Chandler came in Sat
urday afternoon from Lincoln, to
spend a few days with her relatives
and friends in this city.
George W. Snyder was among the
visitors in the city Saturday, visiting
7ith his friends and looking after a
few matters of business.
James Terryberry came in Satur
day afternoon from his farm home
to spend a few hours looking after
some matters, of business.
. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Foster" and
children of Union motored to this city
yesterday afternoon and spent a few
hours at the Larson home.
Harry Gouchenour departed this
afternoon for Omaha, ' where he will
spend a few hours with his wife at
the Presbyterian hospital.
W. H.' Heil, wife and son, Paul,
were in the city Saturday for a few
hours' visit with friends and looking
after some business matters.
John A. Hennings was among those
from the vicinity of Cedar Creek to
spend Saturdav afternoon in this city,
attending .to a few business matters.
Mrs. Nellie Bulger was among
those spending Sunday in this city,
where she visited at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Leonard
Clarence Busche, of near Cedar
Creek, was in the city for a few hours
today, looking after some matters of
business and visiting with friends.
C. F. Wheeler, wife and grandchil
dren were among those spending
Sunday in this city, coming down
from their home in Louisville to visit
with friends.
Father John Vlcek of the Holy
Rosary church departed this morning
for York, Neb., where he will take
part in the retreat of the priests of
the Nebraska diocese.
Miss Violet Dodge was an over
Sunday visitor in this city with the
Misses Gretchen and Marie Donnelly,
returning to the metropolis this mom
ing, where, she is engaged in millinery
Mrs. Walter Sans and Miss Beulah
Sans came up this morning from
their home near Murray and departed
on tne early Burlington iram ior
Omaha, to visit for !a few hours with
John Hirz and wife and daughter,
Miss Lena, and Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Egenberger, motored out . yesterday
afternoon to Murdock, . Elm wood and
Lincoln. where they spent a ' few
v.-- fj, friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. ; C. Peterson anJ
Charles Peterson, Mis3 Edna Peterson
and Miss Myrtle, motored out yester
Aaw r Ko tn fisheries, when thev
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' Jfrs. Edward
gerald and daughter. Miss OpaU an4
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hom of Mr and Mrs- pot-.-
Father. M. A. Shine of -St. John's
church. was a passenger this morning
for York, Neb., where he will join the
prists pi tne fNeorasKa Qiocese in
their retreat .there, which will last for
The Tub!
Ties at 25c
Mrs. W. A. Swearingen of Omaha
was in the city over Sunday, visiting
with friends, returning to her home
this morning.
F. R. Ballance came over from
Glenwood yesterday morning, to
spend the day with his parents and
visit with friends.
Herman Stucker of Long Beach,
Cal., arrived in this city Thursday
evening for a visit with his sister,
Mrs. H. A. Schneider.
James Newasek was a business
visitor in Omaha today for a few
hours, going to that city on the early
Burlington train this morning.
Glen Ruthledge, editor of the Ne
hawka News, in company with his
father, A. B. Rutledge, motored up
yesterday and took in the baseball
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sander and
Mrs. Andrew Sander came in this
morning from their home near Cedar
Creek to look after some business
J. S. Hall departed this morning
for Diagonal, la., where he will look
after the interest of his furnace com
pany, for which he has the territory
of the state of Iowa.
C. A. Morris of Council Bluffs, wh
was here over Sunday visiting with
relatives and friends at the home of
his mother, Mrs. G. J. Jones, returned
this morning to his home.
John Janda and wife of Lawrence,
Neb., who are here visiting with rela
tives and friends, departed this morn
ing for Omaha, where they will con
sult a specialist in that city.
A Dandy of
The Dandies
of 1482 were said to be
very particular about the
fit of their tights.
the well-groomed"111311
from such habiliments.
But. he is none the less
particular about fit. And
finojs it in our famous
Society Band, Kuppen -heimer
and Clothcraft
Stets&n Hits Car hart Overalls
Manhattan Shirts Hanson Gloves