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TSisi.l. . NOYEGfeES 17, 1S38.
PLATTSSIofrtH SEiH - WEEKLY JOURlTiX
Charles L. Carlson Chosen as High
Priest of Nebraska Chapter No.
3 at Session Monday.
Monday evening Nebraska chapter
No. 3. Royal Arch Masons, held
their annual election ot officers at
the regular session.
The following were named to head
the chapter in the coming year:
High Priest Charles L. Carlson.
King John E. Turner.'
Scribe Leonard Born.
Treasurer Frank A. Cloidt.
' Secretary W. F. Evers.
The new high priest has long been
an active figure in the Masonic cir
cles of Plattsmouth and for several
years has served in the offices in the
commandery and chapter.
The remaining onicers of the
chapter will be named later by the
Incoming high priest.
ATTENDS DENTAL MEETING
J. White Long
Descendant of Nobility of North Ire
land, She Has Spent Most of
Life in Nebraska.
From Wednesday's Daily
Dr. P. T. Helneman was in Om
aha today where he vas in attend
ance at the meeting of the Omaha
District Dental society board, of
which he is a member.
LAND, FARM and
FOR SALE: A 10 ft. x 14 ft. chicken
house located at Section House at
Murray. Nebr. C. L.. Armstrong.
4838 Pierce St.. Omaha, Nebr. ltw
LOST or STRAYED Spotted Poland
gilt hog, weight 200 lbs. Please call
E. J. Ferrie, phone 3311. Platts
. FOB SALE
Good work mare, weight 1500, ex
cellent condition. Priced right for
quick sale. Also some hard wood for
sale. See Russ Todd. nl4-2tw
Beautiful Fur t
Trimmed and Sport
Now at Positively
Now Priced -QC
as Low as ... . J?
Silk Dresses $1.49
(Values to $10.00)
Values to $25 Hurry!
$3.0 and up.
EVERYTHING MUST GO
Pease Style Shop
From Tuesday's Dally
In the death of Mrs. Walter J.
White, 91, at the family home here
Saturday, the community lost one of
its oldest residents and a lady who
was loved and esteemed by a large
circle of friends that she made
through the years.
Annie lone Betts was a native of
northern Ireland. ; her family being
of the nobility of that part of tne
British empire and she was a direct
desecendent of Lady Leigh, prom
inent in the history and life of that
section of Ireland. When a young
girl she came to the United States
with her family and was engaged in
teaching for 'some time. It was in
this city that her family located, her
father and brother being priests of
the Episcopal church and of which
she has been a very devout member
up to the day of her passing away.
It was due to the efforts of the
brother. Father George Betts, that
the present St. Luke's church was
secured through the generosity of
Mrs. Young, donor of the building
as a memorial to her son. The father
of Mrs. White was also the founder
of the St. Barnabas parish of the
Episcopal church in Omaha.
It was here that Miss Betts and
Walter J. White, member of one of
the pioneer families of the west, were
married and have made their home
here through the years and loved and
honored for their splendid Christian
lives. Mr. White preceded his wife
in death several years ago and since
which time Mrs. White and daugh
ter, Miss Mable White, have made
their home in' the family residence In
the north; part of the city. A daugh
ter, Mrs. Edwin Brawick, has also
preceded the mother in death. There
are also two nieces here, Mrs. J. A.
Donelan and Miss Verna Leonard,
The funeral services were held this
morning at 10:30 at the St. Luke's
church where the final chapter of
life was closed amid the scenes
she has long loved and where she
Father George Tyner of Omaha
conducted the Episcopal office for
During the services two of the
old hymns. "O Lamb of God" and
"Jesus Lover of My Soul" were sung
by Mrs. R. F. Patterson, Mrs. John :
E. Schutz and Father Tyner. j
The interment was at Oak Hill j
cemetery and in charge of the
Streight funeral home.
Among those from out of the city
to attend the services were Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Worley of Lincoln and
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Thygeson of Ne
braska City, the ladies being nieces
of Mrs. White.
FULLY RECOVERS FROM ATTACK
E. J. Holmes, a member of the
Nebraska Masonic Home, who was
taken with a heart attack last Sun
day while he was in the men's Bible
class of the Christian Bible school
and had to be taken to the Home.
He was reported as about fully re
covered later in the day. Like at
tacks have come to Mr. Holmes, who
is advanced in years and it is with
much gratification that his many
friends now know that he is in nor
mal health again.
WE INVITE YOU TO
FiriL Eve., Jv HG
at 8:00 O'Clock P. M.
See the New 1939 Toys on Display
Bring the Kiddies to See
A Free GiEt To
NOTHING ON SALE
506 Main Street Plattsmouth
0T0E COUNTY CONVEN
TION FRIDAY EVENING
This Is truly a week of county
Legion conventions in the 12th dis
trict. Monday night at Seward for
that county, Thursday night, Cass
county's own convention, at Weep
ing Water and Friday night, accord
ing to word just received from the"
Otoe county commander, Thomas
Thomsen, the Otoe county meeting
will be held at Nebraska City. That
leaves only the Lancaster county
meeting in the 12th district, which
is scheduled for Monday evening,
November 28, just two days before
the district convention here on the
Plattsmouth Legionnaires are mak
ing all the county conventions in the
district, inviting both Legion and
Auxiliary members to Plattsmouth
for the district meeting.
GAMBLE STORES OPEN HOUSE
In an ad elsewhere in today's
Journal, the Gamble Store invites the
public to "Open House" Friday even
ing of this week. All the new toys
will be on display, and Santa Claus
will be present with a gift for each
child. No merchandise will be sold,
the announcement states.
SOCIAL WORKER FLOWER CLUB
The regular meeting of the Social
Worker Flower club was held at the
home of Mrs. Mike Kaifenberger with
Mrs. W. A. Wheeler and Mrs. Wal
ter Martin assisting.
Names were drawn and plans were
made for a Christmas party and gift
exchange to be held at the home of
Mrs. Don Harris Dec. 14. Several
musical numbers weis given by Mrs.
Arthur Troop. Two visitors, Mrs.
Arthur Troop and Miss Nora Spang
ier were present. A delicious two
course luncheon was served.
HERE FROM SIOUX CITY
Mrs. Fred Speck ana daughters,
Arleen and Donna, of South Sioux
City, arrived here baturuay to visit
at the Everett Gooding and Ben
Speck homes. They came to attend
the shower given Sunday for Miss
IN COUNTY COURT
From Monday's Daily
This morning in the county court
a hearing was had for the appoint
ment or an aammisiraior 01 uie es
tate of Alta Linch, deceased. The
appointment of P. J. Linch, as prayed
for, was made by th court.
Ad for Plattsmouth, Friday, Saturday, Nov. 18-19 j j
PHONE 95 WE DELIVER Li
We have a Full Line Holiday Candy and Nuts
Reg. or Drip, 2
lb. Tin or Jar
Macaroni, Spaghetti, Brown rtfl
or Powdered Sugar, 3-lb...ll
TOILET TISSUE ,rRo".s 25c
Sunkist. Sweet and
Juicy. Each ......
PANCAKE FLOUR S-a
2-lb. Box . . .
Full IO -lb. Net
"Vt. Cloth Bag
43-1 b. Bag
A large Assortment, including IT.
Caramels and Cream Choc, lb. luw
OnnfflCC Cocoanut Tops. Sandwich
UUUmCd Pieces, Vanilla Wafers, lb.
Lemon or Orange Peel or
Currants. Per Pkg
P & G, Crystal White or O-K.
Giant bars. Each
Michigan or Great Northern
or Blue Rose Rice, 3-lb. bag. .
or Spry Shortening
Pet or Borden's
: Tall Can
Corn, Green j COFFEE Joe's Economy lb. . . 15c
CRACKERS Graham 2 lb 19c
No. 2.V2 Can. .
only c with
Bring Us Your Eggs for Highest Prices Cash or Trade!
ULLEH'S MEAT DEPARTMENT
BEEF ROAST, tender, juicy, lb. 16$
PLATE BOIL, lean, meaty, lb 10
BEEF STEW, cut, no bone, lb 5
HAMBURGER, fresh cut, 2 lbs 25
PORK CHOPS, Center Cuts, lb 206
PORK BUTT ROAST (Fresh), lb 18$
PURE PORK SAUSAGE, lb 15
PORK BRAINS, lb -10
LEG OF LAMB, per lb 22
LAMB CHOPS, per lb.. 226
LAMB ROAST, per lb 206
LEG OF MUTTON, lb.. 12i2
MUTTON ROAST, lb 106
MUTTON CHOPS, lb 12 V2$
Gem BACON SQUARES, cello-wrapped, lb 166
CHEESE, American or Brick, 24b. box 396
BULK SAUER KRAUT, lb. .5
DILL PICKLES, 3 for..... 10i
EMPTY LARD CANS, 120-Ib. size, each. 25
GOLDEN ROD STUDY CLUB
The Goldenrod Study club met
with Golda Wiles on Thursday after
noon, Nov. 10 with Jennie and Ogla
Wiles as assistant hostesses.
A goodly number of the members
were present with Dr. and Mrs. G. H.
Gilmore of Murray and Mrs. J. D.
Rising of Cedar Creels as visitors.
Alice Perry was leader for the
day and chose Dr. Gilmore of Mur
ray to assist her in presenting the
'ghost" towns of Cass county. The
topic proved very Interesting as maps
and pictures of familiar persons and
places were recognized by some of
the children of our pioneer folk.
A delicious luncheon was served
at an appropriate hour.
Phone new items to Mo. -
Hinky-Binky's Gigantic Holiday
Food Sales Event Is Here!
3 EIG VALUE DAYS Nov. 17 to Nov. 26. This outstanding event saves you money on scores of items
you'll need for your Thanksgiving feast and for everyday pieals! If you have not already received yours,
ask for a copy cf our 4-page circular which shows many values not listed below.
Ocean Spray Brand fPC
17-oz. Cans 2 for
Six Delicious Flavors! -fl Iq
Regular Pkgs 3 for JlTI
Ad for Plattsmouth, Friday and Saturday. Nov. 18-19
in Bulk - -
Tender, Juicy Bound
Bone or Shoulder Cuts
Roast, Selected Loins
End cuts, lb
Minced Luncheon s;,5?lt 2 .11 25c
Tender, Juicy Round, Sir
loin or T-Bone, lb
Center Cuts, 23c
rUlUIlUUa End Cuts, lb
Porli Hocks iSfkS?...tSQ
Oysters loTtf fiEsrVt. ..... .27c
Qalmnti or Sab,e F,sn s,,ced '9Co
QalUlQIl or Piece), 2 lbs . . .Ol
Whiting Fish Sufe .b, .15c
THANKSGIVING POULTRY We will have a lar?e selection of the finest,
fresh-dressed Turkeys, Geese, Ducks and Chickens at True Value Prices!
Grapefruit S&JS&ia Ja":.3c
Jonathons, Rome Beauty, Delic, Gr. Golden
Celery ILstK .8l.c.h,:.10c
r TP ' 'J' Fancy New York
) f Ui I U VJhii Snowball
L&LiXX Per lb
I &HIH5 Porto Rlcan, 4 lbs J.yt
Cabbage Saffir.?. .2c
Onions ft.tJJ.1!! 10c
U. S. No. 1 White Onions, lb., 6c
Dates gSMt.'if"" 19c
Not Next Year
Stock your pantry, pile the
shelves high! . . Values!
Values! . . See and buy!
TV & iV
Del Monte Rg. or Drip Grind
Mb. 25 2-lb. Can Jl Si
Del Monte Sliced or Half
PEACHES 9 Qic
No. 2is Cans, 2 for.
Dozen cans, $1.73
Del Monte Crushed
Buffet Cans, 3 for
Dozen cans, 79c
Del Monte Sliced or Half
No.' 2i2 Can 2 for tJeP
Dozen cans, $2.05
Del Monte Early Garden
No. 303 Cans2 for sieP
6 cans, 74c; Doz, $1.47
Del Monte Solid Pack
TOMATOES 9 Qc
No. 2 Cans, 3 for. mA t
6 cans, 57c; Doz, $1.12
Del Monte Medium Size
2-lb. Pk JL5P
Del Monte Pure Pineapple
Giant 46-oz. Can, tA U
6 cans, $1.59; Doz, $3.15
Del Monte Pure Tomato
Giant 46-oz. Cans
Dozen cans, $1.99
Del Monte Fancy
No. 2Vi Cans, 3 for.
6 cans, 49c; Doz, 97c
Del Monte Red Alaska
Mb. Tall Can...
6 cans, $1.25; Doz, $2.49
Del Monte Seedless
RAISINS -f ?c
15-oz. Pkgs. .2 for lLcP
or Cans.. qP
4ortr1 TirMlta exrrpt Con
HOromr, Clam Chowder, or
Date, Fig or Plum
Med. Can, 33
Sugar F,KE GRANULAT,EoV,E.ET. 40c
Flour KMMT&i! Wft 48:.,b'. 1:49. . . -03c
Criseo, Spry or Snowdrift HYP cin". . . .49c
4fMi3r Chocolate Drops, Peanut Brittle OCZr
clfildr or Orange Slices. 3 lbs .
ilA4MM Tomatoes, Green Beans or Red Beans 7EZf
OiTSl Standard No. 2 Cans, 4 for 3W
Swansdown 2?"-ebF . 22c
Salad Dressing QauayrtTayr 25c
No. 2 Cans 3 for isJCi)
No. 2y8 Can
Fresh Cucumber "fl Oc
Style. 24-0. Jar JL
They bear the Seal of Ac
ceptance of the American
Medical Association's Coun
cil on Foodsl
4Vioz. Cans 2 for
Dozen cans, G9
Sunrise, Sweet. Mild
3 lbs., 45c; 1 lb
OliVCS Magic Circle Queens, quart jar
T35T rHfr Superior Dill or Sour
IT UGliJlCG Quart Jars. 2 for
nArrAftrrnri New Yorker 10 Sparkling Flavors
liCVCrajjCC (Plus Dep.) 32-oz. bottles, 3 for..
CalUHlCt Baking Powder, Lib. can
OTiydOl Laf g"ea PkPflk.fl at .r. 6. .b.7.
40oifvl'"lTr Face Cloth for 1c when you buy
wwiiimj 3 oars Camay soap at.
"Batter. 2-K. Can
Nat". aw orajar.
1-Ib. Can or Glass Jar.2C