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THcSSDAT, ITOTECBElt 10. 1938.
PLATTS3IOT7TH SEKI - WEEKLY JOTJBNAI
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From Monday's ially
Enjoy Chili Supper
Miss Susan Simon ton and Ralph
Hyde spent Sunday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George Thun
and enjoyed a very delightful chili
Eeception for Newlyweds
Sunday a very pleasant gathering
of relatives was held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Swatek on Main
street, where a reception was tender
ed Mr. and Mrs. George F. Swatek, of
Lincoln, whose marriage was per
There were some forty in the party,
largely relatives from " Omaha and
Lincoln to join in the pleasant event
and joining in the well wishes to
the young people.
At an appropriate hour dainty re
freshments were served to the group.
Mrs. Swatek was assisted in enter
taining and serving by her daugh
ters. Miss Mary Swatek, Mrs. "Wil
liam Nelson and Miss Wilma Swatek.
and Mrs. E. F..Ha9sUr and children,
Mary Frances, Jack and ' Shirley
From Tuesday' Daily
Entertains Friends -
Sam Am entertained on Monday
evening at a stag party at his home
in the Herold apartments, having as
guests former associates together of
football and basketball days at the
high school. The event was in honor
of Roy F. Turner and Robert Hirz,
of Burbank, California, here for a
visit with relatives and friends.
The evening was spent at cards
and in renewing the recollections
of the days spent together In school
and on the athletic field. At an ap
propriate hour a suitable luncheon
was served by the host. -
Those enjoying the occasion were
Robert Rummel, Hepry Donat. Ralph
Timm, Robert Hirzi Roy Turner and
the host, Mr. Am-
to Ofe 03 Co.
Interesting Program Held at Service
Station Sunday Afternoon to
Honor Work of Finn.
The home of Mrs. William Hassler,
Sr and Miss Anna, was the scene
of a very pleasant gathering of rel
atives and close friends Sunday, the
occasion honoring the birthday anni
versary of William L. Hassler, of
Lincoln and also the twenty-fifth
wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
There were present for the happy
family party, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Hassler and daughter, Lucen Ann,
Mrs. Hugh Throne and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Throne, all of Lincoln, Mr.
LAND, FARM and
Woman's Club Meeting
The Plattsmouth Woman's club
met last night at the home of Mrs.
J. E. Wiles, with a very good num
ber of members in attendance. Mrs.
Elmer Sundstrom, president fo the
club, gave the devotions and the
business meeting was held.
Mrs. L. S. Devoe had charge of the
entertainment for the evening and
presented a program in keeping with
the American Home department of
the club. She gave several Inter
esting items in regard to safety in
the home. Miss Dorothy Glock gave
two much enjoyed piano numbers
and a very entertaining play.
"Cabbages," was. presented under the
direction of Lumir Gerner.
Delicious refreshments were served
at the close of the meeting by the hos
tess, assisted by Mrs. Don Cramer,
Miss Georgia and Miss Lillian White.
FOR SALE Seven room house, two
lots, lights and water, gas piped in.
Priced right- See J. Howard Davis.
FOR SALE or trad for livestock,
1934 V-8 pick-up, also practically
new combination coal-bkellgas or
gas range. P. Jay Burke, 4 03-J.
Hampshire boars, eligible" for reg
istration. Victor Wehrbein, Murray.
1 oil burner, 4-wheeler trailer with
26-inch wagon box. J. W. Taenzler.
ALFALFA AND TIM-
OTHY SEED WANTED
Visit Nebraska City
Monday evening Miss Shirley
Seiver, honored queen of Bethel No.
.4 of Job's Daughters, with the stafT
of the local bethel and Miss Clara
Weyrich. guardian, visited the bethel
at Nebraska City.
The occasion was the presentation
by the local bethel of the traveling
gavel to the Nebraska City bethel.
Miss Phyllis Carmen, acting queen.
received the gavel which was pre
sented by. Miss Seiver and the other
officers. The party enjoyed light re
freshments during the evening
Sunday, November 6, 1933 at 3
p. m. the Plattsmouth Garden club
presented to the Ofe service station
the plaque, designed and given by
the National Council of State Garden
clubs, to service stations meeting cer
tain requirements of upkeep and
The schedule is as follows:
1. Absence of all unnecessary ad
vertising and placards, 35 per cent.
2. Absolute cleanliness of station
and surroundings 40 per cent.
3. Clean paint if paint is used;
harmonious color scheme, 10 per
4. Attractive planting of trees or
shrubs, or flowers or all of these, 15
The committee passing on the
award were Mrs. J. M. Roberts and
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Tidd.
Mrs- E. H. Wescott presided at
Mayor Lushinsky spoke briefly of
the honor that had come to the cit7
in the presentation of this award.
Mr. Tidd outlined briefly the pro
gress of the Garden club movement
in the city beginning a few years ago
in a yard and garden contest pro
moted by the Woman's club and the
Chamber of Commerce.
The acceptance of the plaque was
made by Edward G. Ofe for the com
The plaque was placed above the
MANY HEAR RETURNS
One of the sources of excitement
at the court house is the office of
County Clerk George R. Sayles, each
tv."o year3 as election night rolls
around (incidentally George will con
tinue to be the master of ceremonies
for the next four years.)
The citizenry gathers early, com
ing to watch the happy or woeful re
sult of their ballot or the fate of
their political friends or favorites.
While James Hall and a force of
assistants struggle to get some re
turns, partial or otherwise to ap
pease the Interest of the crowds,
the air grows more flavored with
the aroma of the King Edwards,
Luckies or the Old Golds. The tele
phone rings, the first precincts start
in to report and the result is reflect
ed on the faces of the auditors, for
some it bringing a message of hope
and to others the start possibly of a
It is a pleasant contrast however
to other lands where the result of
the poll is foretold in advance, where
"Jah" must be heard very tltunitely
DIES IN SOUTH DAKOTA
Entertain at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gibson of
Nebraska City were dinner guests
last night at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Clayton Cross. Mrs. Gibson is a
former teacher here at Plattsmouth.
SUFFERS FROM ILLNESS
Mail sample and amount for offer.
We sell Fancy Red Clover, $12.50 bu.
Johnson Bros, Neb-City. ltw
William 0"DonneiC Jr., clerk at
the Egenberger grocery, was con
fined to his home Tuesday and today
by illness and durinjg his " enforced
layoff, his place is being taken by his
brother. Jack O'Donnell.
Robert L. . Propst and daughter,
Mrs. C. Edward Wilcox have return
ed to their home in Lake Worth, Fla.,
after having spent several weeks in
Nebraska and South Dakota. They
were accompanied home by Miss
Corinne Hallstrom, daughter of Com
missioner and Mrs. J. E. Kallstrom
of Avoca and granddaughter of Mr.
Propst- They visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sindelar in Tampa,
Fla., en route. Palm Beach Post.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Emery Doody in this city will regret
to learn of the death of Mrs. Delia
Doody, 83. mother of Mr. Doody. The
aged lady suffered a stroke a short
time ago and the last week Mr.
Doody and his sister, Mrs. T. H. Lin
ley, of Omaha were called to Lead,
South Dakota, to the bedside of the
Mrs. Doody ha3 lived for her life
time in South Dakota and the fun
eral services will be held at St. Onge,
She is survived by two daughters,
Mrs. T. H. Linley of Omaha, Mrs.
O. J. Mochon, Lead, three sons.
Emery, of this city, Frank and Fred
of St. Onge.
We wish to express to the Platts
mouth Garden club our most sincere
appreciation of the recognition given
our station by this organization. The
plaque, given in honor of the beau
tification of public property is a
token that we all shall long appre
ciate and cherish.
THE OFE OIL CO.
From Monday's Dally
Mrs. Vesta Clark spent the week
end in Union visiting with her sis
ter, Mrs. Rose Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Searl Davis and
family were visiting in Lincoln yes
terday with Mr. Davis' mother, Mrs.
Mary M. Davis,
rrom Tuesday's Daily
Mr. and Mrs. L- W. Egenberger at
tended the Creighton football game
in Omaha Sunday.
Miss Anna Jirousek was a visitor
in Omaha today, where she will
spend the day looking after some
matters of business.
Robert Woest, a student at the
University of Nebraska, spent the
week-end here visiting with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Woest.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cobb and fam
ily of Stuart, Nebraska left yester
day for their home after visiting
here with Mr. and Mrs- E. P. Stewart
DIES IN ILLINOIS
Word has been received here of
the death on October 26, 1938 of
Nathan A. Hankinsou at Copley hos
pital. Aurora, 111. Mr. Hankinson
will be remembered as a former tight
rope artist, being In the show busi
ness a number of years with his
father. Mr. Hankinson was the eldest
son of Benjamin Hankinson of Lisle,
III., a former resident of this com
munity. Surviving are his wife and
son, parents and two brothers, Harry
To the voters of Cass county, I ex
tend my sincere appreciation for
your expression of confidence and
loyalty. To merit this recognition, 1
pledge my conscientious efforts to
wards the efficient administration of
the office of County Attorney,
d&w WALTER H. SMITH.
Mrs. E. P. Head of Redlands, Cali
fornia is visiting here at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Sumner. Mrs.
Head has been spending the summer
in Kentucky and stopped here for a
visit on her return trip to California.
She is an aunt of Mrs. Sumner.
TWO NEW FORDS
FORD V-8: Now five inches
longer from hamper to
bumper. Roomier bodies
more luggage space. New
styling. Hydraulic brakes.
Triple-cushioned comfort. 83
or 60 bp. V-8 engine.
Prices begli at. . . .$584
OfiDCB FOtt A
THE LIKCOLN TELEPHjTELEGBAPH COMPANY
A NEBGASKA COMHNY
SIBV.'NG ITS PEOPLE
Fr4 V-t Tador Sdaa: wrtfc 60-hp. agia, $624-wib SS-fcp. mgm, $664-ft-
DE LUXE FORD V-8: Pro
ides all the basic Ford fea
tures, with extra luxury.
Remarkable amount of
equipment included in
price. Hydraulic brakes.
85-hp. V-8 engine. Sets a
new high for low-priced
cars in appearance -asd
Pric.t b9ia at... $684
0 Lai For V-t Fortfor S4aa $769
AND THE MEW MERCURY 8
Tka Marcary V-8 Tawa-Sariaa $934
Thfc new cars in the Ford Quality Group
for 1939 give you a broad choice. "Whichever
you choose, vhatever you pay, you'll get top
value for your money. That is true of the lowest
priced car or the highest. All have one impor
tant thing in common inherent quality.
Their quality comes from fine materials,
precision workmanship, and from the fact that
back of these cars is the only automobile plant
MERCURY t: An entirely
new car. Fits into the Ford
line between the De Lnxe
Ford and the Lincoln-Zephyr.
Distinctive styling, ll&inch
wheelbase. Unusually wide
bodies. Remarkably quiet.
Hydraulic brakes. New 95
bp. V-8 engine.
Prices bgia ct...$8f4
of its kind where production processes are
controlled from iron ore to finished car and
savings passed along as extra value.
Things are happening in the automotive
world this year! Nowhere is the advance more
marked than in the Ford Quality Croup. See
our dealers before you buy any car at any price,
Delivered Im Detroit faxes extra
HERE FROM NEBRASKA CITY
Stewart Mitchell, of Nebraska City,
is here to assist at the local exchange
of the LInc-oln Telephone & Tele
graph Co., In their switchboard work.
Mr. Mitchell will remain here for
some time to check up and look after
needed changes in the exchange and
RETURNS FROM DES MOINES
Miss Bette Bulin, who has been
at Des Moines, Iowa, visiting at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Robert
Scbaeffer and family, has returned
to her home here. Miss Bulin accom
panied Dr. and Mrs. V. V. Ryan to
the Iowa city for the week end visit.
VISIT WITH RELATIVES
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jlran and Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Jiran of Mandan.
North Dakota, are here for a visit
with relatives and old time friend.
Mrs. Jiran is a sister of Joseph F.
Hadraba and John L. Hadraba. and
the family made their home here for
a great many years. While here Mr.
Jiran was interested in the develop
ment of amateur dramatics and turn
ing at the T. J. Sokol hall. He Is a
brother of Mrs. Mary Knoflictk of
The family expects to make a visit
with all of the relatives here before
returning home to Dakota here
they have resided for the past twenty-five
FORD MOTOR COMPANY-MAKERS OF FORD. MERCURY. LINCOLN-ZEPHYI AND LINCOLN MOTOI CAES
IN MULLEN'S MARKET EUILDCNG
PHONE 9 5 VYE DELIVER
phicks uotki iiki.ow raion friou, sati hdu, novkmiieu 11-12
Thompson Seedless. Mac. or Spaghetti
Brown or Powdered Sugar or popcorr
(Jap Hulless Hybrid). 3-lb. Cello bag
ROLLS . .
Baby Eng. Walnuts ZEo
2 lbs. for 32W
Fr. Roasted Peanuts
2 lbs. for
Chocolate Candy JftC
Cream Centers. Lb At
Sunk 1st Oranges
Sweet and Juicy. Each-
National SeaL 3-lb. bag
White Soda Crax
We have a Full Line Holiday Candy and Nuts
Full IO - lb. Net
"NVt. Cloth Bag
Jelly Beans, Caramels,
Peant cms. or squares
Cream Chocolates. ID.
Cocoanut Top, Sand-r"
wich Pieces. Vanilla inn
Wafers, etc. Per lb.. . w w
P & G. Crystal White or
O-K. Giant bars.
LEMON PEEL or 4A.
ORANGE PEEL. lUR
CURRANTS, Pkg "ww
Mich, and Gr. Nthn. .f
or Blue Rose .Rice. I ft R
3-lb. Cello bag. . . -
THIS noiIPOM IS WORTH 2SC
Reg. or Drip. 2
Jb. Tin or Jar
48-lb. Bag. Regular
price, $125. If you
bring this Coupon.
Frl. or Sat., only...
Pineapple, Br. SI. flQC
No. 212 Can
Peaches, Pears, Apricots
Yosemite Brand f f?r
No. 2y2 Can.
Oxydol or Rinso KClC
Lg. box; Zlt ; Giant box.
Kamo MILK ffc
4 Tall, 25; 3 Small
Candy Bars or Gum 4 q
All 5c Pkgs., 3 for AV
Bring Us Your Eggs for Highest Prices Cash or Trade!
MULLEN'S Meat Department
SIRLOIN or ROUND STEAK, lb 25
BABY BEEF SHOULDER STEAK, lb.. 17 V2$
PLATE BOIL, lean, meaty, lb 10
BEEF STEW, cut, no bone, lb 15
HAMBURGER, fresh cut, 2 lbs.. . 25
FRESH SIDE PORK, lb 20$
PORK CHOPS, choice Center cuts, lb 19
PORK BUTT ROASTS (Fresh), 1C lb., 2 lbs.. . .35$
PURE PORK SAUSAGE, lb ISt
PORK BRAINS, lb 10
PIG HOCKS, lb 10
FRESH PIG FEET, lb 10
PIG SrtbUTS or EARS, lb lOt
LEG OF LAMB, per lb 22
LAMB CHOPS, per lb 22
LAMB ROAST, per lb 20$
LEG OF MUTTON, lb 12i2
MUTTON ROAST, lb 10
MUTTON CHOPS, lb 12 i2e
MUTTON STEW, 2 lbs 15
GEM BACON SQUARES, per lb 146
SLICED BACON, 5-Ib. box 70
CHEESE, American or Brick, 2-lb. box 39 1
BULK SAUER KRAUT, lb 5
DILL PICKLES, 3 for 10