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THURSDAY, WOVEMBEP. 17, 1&38,
PLAXTSilOUTH . WEEXXT JOURNAL
From Monday's laily
Hold Family Dinner
A family dinner was enjoyed Sun
day at the home or Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Entertained at Dinnex
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Mark en
tertained Sunday at a wild duck din
ner at their home on North Kourth
street. In addition to the family.
guest3 were. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Donat, Sr., and George Rushart, of
Sunday Evening Club
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Staarpnack en
tertained the Sunday Evening club
!a9t evening. High scenes among the
ladies were won by Mrs. Ray Bryant,
first, Mrs. Marie Rihcards, second.
Among the men Walter Tritsch won
flrat and Fred Sharpnack, second.
Will Celebrate Birthdays
Mrs. Robert Hummel la entertain-
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WOMEN'S COTTON HOSE Good
colors, all sizes, pair . .
WOMEN'S FABRIC AND SILK
GLOVES, all sizes, dark colors, pair. .
APRONS, women's slip-on style, j Pn
fine prints, fast color JLOvy
FLEISHER'S YARNS, Zephyr and 1Qn
others, assorted colors, per ball X
CRINKLE YARN. Bernat's Glow, QQ
I-oz. balls, per ball LmAf3s
STAMPED FANCY WORK PIECES, -i
assorted items. Your choice -LWC
WOMEN'S OUTING GOWNS, small Q Q0
sizes only, white 0'tv
OUTING FLANNEL, light fancy
patterns, yard wide, good weight, yard.
ing this evening at dinner in honor
of the birthday anniversaries, of Mr.
Rummel and Ralph Tlmra, an old
friend. The young men have been
celebrating their anniversaries to
gether for the past few years and
this year will be given the pleasure
of again being together.
From Tuesday's laily
Merry Workers Club
The Merry Workers club met at
the home of Mrs. Will Kraeger with
nine members and one visitor pres
ent. The lesson was on making
candy and a variety of very delicious
candy was made. After the close of
the regular business meeting a
Christmas party was discussed. With
no further business, the meeting
closed, the next to be held some
time la Jauuary. Club Reporter.
Standard Bearers Meet
The Standard Hearers met last
night at the home of Miss Ruth Low
son. She was assisted by Dorothea
Duxbury, Mary Aun Winscott and
New business was discussed and a
candy sale decided upon. A flue les
son on India was presented by Ruth
Lowson. Willa Sylvester. Helen
Mtnnlear. iselty Uayer. Two new
counsels. Mis Claire and Miss Rlpa
have been added to the club. There
were 33 members present for the
Parties for Marie Stwck
Thursday, Nov. 10th Farvlew
Workers club held a shower at the
home of Mrs. Jake Tritsch for Marie
Speck. She has been a member of
the club for eight years. The shower
represented each day In the week
Fourteen members and one visitor
were present. A larye number of
useful and appreciated gifts were
received by the bride-to-be. A de
licious lunch was 3orved.
Friday evening. Nov. 11 she was
honor guest at a 6 o'clock dinner
given at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
August Keil. The table was decor-
! ated very beautifully and candles
itgntea tne room. Turkey was
served with all the trimmings, cli
maxing a clever Thanksgiving theme.
Miss Ellen Kaffeubet ger. June and
Gerald Kell assisted in serviug.
I After dinner the group played
I pinochle. Among the ladies Mrs.
tnima Kaffenberger received 1st
prize and Ellen Kaffenberger the
consolation, while for the men Fred
erick Wehrbein received first and
Klllard Speck the consolation. Guest
priae went to Marie Speck.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Speck and family. Mrs. Emma
Kaffenberger and family. Harold Mel
singer. Frederick Wehrbein. Fred
erick Wesch. mien Kaffenberger,
Mr. and Mrs. August Keil, June and
Ceroid and the guest of honor, Marie
Sunday. Xov. 13th in the morning
Miss Speck was honored with a hand
kerchief shower given by St. Paul's
Sunday school of which she was a
teacher and primary superintendent.
j She received a large number of hand
kerchiefs that will be a long remem
jbrance of the happy group.
In the afternoon Miss Speck was
honored at a miscellaneous shower
given by a group at the Eagles hall
in Plattsmouth. A short program
was held consisting of a group of
songs by the Fairview club, "Let j
Me Call You Sweetheart." and "Ah
Marie." Miss Betty Ann Albert tap-!
ped and played her own accompani
ment on the piano. A group of songs
by Eldell and Shirley Speck. "I'm
Gonna Lock My Heart and Throw
Away the Key." "A Pocket Full of
Dreams." "Music Maestro Please."
"There's Honey on the Moon To
night, and "Little Lady Make Be
lieve." A mock wedding was held.
Miss Speck received a large num
ber of beautiful and useful gifts to
take to her new homj.
together. Other invited guests were
two members of the high school fac
ulty, Lumir Gerner and Coach Hoff
man, who joined In te fun of the
The early portion of the evening
was spent In playing games and
stunts. First prizes were won hy
John Bestor and John Livingston,
and booby prizes by Janet Westover
and Coach Huffman.
At the hour of 9:30 p. m. the party
piled in a hay-rack, driven by Mr.
Grosshans, and went for a lengthy
ride along side roads in the county
in this bit of farm ?aachlncry. Later
the party returned, covered with
hay, to enjoy a very tasty lunch
served by Mrs. Grosshans assisted by
her daughter, Miss Kathryn.
Those in attendance were: Hazel
Kelley. Janet Westover. Maxine Niel
son, Harriet Case, Frances Kadraba
Shirley Jacobs, Norma Johnson,
Gloria Johnson, Jim Sandin. John
Utstor, Hill Armstrong, John Liv
ington. Bob Hayes, John Tidball.
Stuart Sedlak. Ronald Rebul. Warren
Reed, Mr. Gerner and Coach Won
At an appropriate hour, the party
broke up and each returned to hl.i
home In the city after spending a
very delightful evening in the country.
from Vfiln'si1ay'a lully
Shuffle and Deal Club
The Shuftlo and Deal club vas
entertained on Tuesday evening by
Ir. L. S. Piuelik. the Jolly group
spending the evening in cards. High
scores were won by Ir. l'ucelik und
Carl Ofe. Refreshments of butter
wafers and chocolate were served at
an appropriate hour. .
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Wilson and
children. Teddy, Richard and Lois
Pearl of Dunbar. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Baker and children. Betty Ann.
Jackie and Bonnie of Union and
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Smith of Au
burn and Mrs. Kathleen Balfour of
Union were Sunday guests at the
S. Y. Smith home.
Guests at Family Party
Misses Mia and Barbara Gerlng
and Mrs. Henry HerolJ have return
ed home from a visit at Cedar Falls.
Iowa. They were guests of Mr. G. A.
Pfelffer and family and Joined others
of their family group ut a very
charming dinner party. There were
thirty-five of the relatives In attendance.
Hold Social Meeting
The Catholic Daughters of Am
erica held a very pleasant social
meeting on Tuesday evening at the
home of Mrs. Frank Mullen, who
was assisted by Mrs. Emery Doody
and Mrs. Tom Llndley of Omaha.
The evening was spent In cards at
which Mrs. Emll Ptak was the win
ner at bridge and Miss Genevieve
Whelan at pinochle. The ladies had
as a guest Mrs. John Mnitn. nuring
the evening the hostesses served very
dainty and delicious refreshments.
Senior Class Entertains
Last evening Miss Alice Jayne
Jayne Grosshans was hostess to a
group of young folks from the pres
ent senior class. These young peo
ple have organized a club among
(themselves and enjoy many evenings
For a Thanksgiving week SPECIAL, we are offering a variety of smart new
styles in Women's Stylish Shoes at a very low price. All new colors. Various
heel heights and patterns. We urge you to come in and inspect these fine values.
Honor Grand Master and Wife
The attractive W. A. Robertson
home on North Sixth street was the
scene of a lovCTy venison dinner Fri
day in honor of Grand Master Wal
ter R. Raecke and" Mrs. Raecke of
Central City. Mr. Raecke being the
successor of Mr. Robertson as the
head of the Nebraska Masons. The
other guests of honor were the mas
ters of the Omaha lodges and their
The home was attractively ar
ranged In the stately chrysanthe
mums and autumn leaves that made
a most beautiful setting.
The dinner was served in buffet
style and In entertaining and serving
Mrs. Robertson was assisted by Mrs.
R. P. Westover and Mrs. W. F. Evers.
After the dinner the evening was
spent in playing "Bingo."
Those enjoying thd event In addi
tion to Mr. and Mrs. Raecke were:
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Galtt, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur M. Herring, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred C. DrexeS. .Mr. and Mrs.
L. O. Schneiderwlnd. Mr. and Mrs.
Horace B. Shaller, Mr. and Mrs. John
T. Tillery, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bailey,
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Westover and
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Evers.
W. C. T. U. Meets
The W. C. T. U. met Monday with
Mrs. John M. Leyda. Miss Olive Gass
gave the devotions, using the 23rd
Psalm. The roll call was answered
with a verse of thanks from the
Bible. Miss Gass then read the
present recommendations by the na
tional W. C. T. U. president, Mrs.
Ida R. Wise Smith. Mrs. V. T. Am i
talked on the "Voice ot the National
Convention," giving the resolutions
that were adopted there. A round
table discussion of these resolutions
was held by the president, Mrs. R. B.
Hayes. Mrs. Leyda served a very de
licious lunch, assisted by her daugh
ter, Mrs. A. O. Moore.
jmC J LEAVE YOUR ORDERS NOW for No. 1 Tur-
vv keys, Ducks, Geese, Chickens for Thanksgiving!
Del Monte Vacuum Packed
2-lb. Can rV if
1-lb. Can, 25o
8-of. Tin v
Tomato Soup Kc
per Tin J
..VAN CAMP'S "flC
14-oz. Bottles )C
Prince Albert or
Cash and Carry
GOLDEN Hallowco Bulk
Fancy 2 lbs.
No. 2V2 Tin
No. 2, 1So
4 Whole Apples In a
11-oz. tin for
No. 2V2 Can &
3 for 49o
1- lb. Krispy . .
2- lb. Krispy . .
2 Dozen for
'Ult-f ASMIONI0 AU SIU
MAO! TO MMIl
AT 22 OMlf
WITH CMC MtTOMS IKK
r f lib. Carton
I Pancake Flour
HONEY DW HflC
3-1 b. Bag 3LJ
(Sua ran teed
With Telephone! QC
2 Pkgs. for A
FRANK'S or SMITH'S
No. 2 54 Cans, 3 for. .4'
Full Quart A J
No. 2 cans. 3 for.
Cass Counly Grown
Van Camp or Taste well
Pork, Beans Rq
Shurflne Light or Golden
2 lbs., 15c; 4-lbs
No. 2 Can
'One medium package only 5c
when you buy 1 large package
AH tMrfy (of lh vm.
Natfiln. mm but kakm.
lar panful la sanitary
Solid Ice Berg
Head Lettuce, each.
Sprouts, 2 lbs
Celery, Splits ......
Celery, large stalk .
Small, 15c -- Large Size
Grapefruit, 3c; Doz
80 size, 6 ror xtc
Rutabagas, 3 lbs.
Firm, Freshly Dug
Turnips, 3 lbs.. . .
Potatoes, 6 lbs. . .
Porto Rican SWEET
Potatoes, 4 lbs. . . .
Broccoli, bunch ..
Home Grown Early Ohio
Potatoes, loo lbs. . .
. 10 c
Choice Corn Fed Shoulder 410
Bee Roast, lb iiuc
Tender, Delicious 07f
Short Steaks, lb 4 -
Choice Quality Corn Fed Dfr
Sirloin Steak, lb. 4VC
Try these Delicious MOCK glmt
Chicken Legs, 5c; 6 for Jilt
Pork Hocks, lb.. .... iic
Bulk Kraut, lb. 2c
Pork Brains, lb. . . ISC
Fresh Boston Pork Butt 0T)ltO
Steak or Roast, lb. 2C
DilY Pickles, 3 for, . . 10c
Wilson's Full Cream Longhorn aa.
Cheese, 2 lbs. or . . . qvc
Fresh Fish - Frozen Fish
THIS AO FOIl FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
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