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PtATTSMOTjTH SEtfl - WEEKLY JOtetiX
Dr. Earl B. Brooks, Lincoln, Inspec
tor General Here for Com
From Tuesday's Dairy
Mt. Zion commandery, Knight9
Templar, held their annual inspec
tion last evening at their asylum and
which was very largely attended by
.the membership and brought here a
number of the visiting sir knights
from other cities.
Dr. Earl Brooks, of Lincoln, inspec
tor general, was the inspecting of
ficer and was accompanied here by
Dr. II. C. Leopold, former Platts
William A. Robertson, of this city,
grand captain general, was also pres
ent to take part in the evening cere
monies. There was a large group from Ne
Diaska City here for the inspection,
;;mong these being John Pfann, com
mander, William P. Frank, S. A.
Hardy, Joe Carter, Dan Hill, William
V. Metz, past commanders, H. E.
S.'hemmel and William B. Porter.
Dr. Brooks complimented the
Plattsmouth commandery on their
fine work and which was among the
Lest in the state.
Following the inspection the mem
bers enjoyed a very line dinner that
was served by the committee in
charge and aided in making it a most
enjoyable and interesting event in
the commandery history.
CASE IS POSTPONED
rrom Monday's Dally
This morning the members of the
petit Jury panel arrived to start in
on the regular November term and
prepared to hear ths case of the
State of Nebraska vs. John Blakley,
et al. However on the convening of
court, representatives of the defend
ants asked that the case be continued
owing to the fact thato ne of the de
fendants had suffered an injury and
would not be able to be in court.
This was granted by Judge W. W.
Wilson and the jury sent home until
The case Tuesday at 9 a. m. will be
that of Paul Pickering vs. L. H.
Upton, et al, an action for alienation
of affection, two days being assigned
by the court for the hearing of the
TO PLAY IN CHARITY GAME
From Wednesday's Daily
Plattsmouth people will be inter
ested to learn that Uichard Herold,
who back in 1928 was one of the
stars of the Plattsmouth high school
football team, is to rlay in an all
star contest at Omaha on Sunday,
November 27th at the Creighton
"Rich" will be at the left half
back position for the Nebraska All
Stars when they clash with the Iowa
All Stars in the game. The game
la for the benefit of .he Good Shep
herd's Home in Omaha.
Since leaving here at the close of
his high school career, "Rich" has
been prominent in Omaha athletic
circles in baseball, football and bas
ketball and a member of some of
the best teams in that city.
Dr. F. R. Molak was at Omaha
Monday where he attended a
children's clinic which was held by
Dr. Walter McBride, noted child
GUESTS HEBE SUNDAY
From Monday's Daily
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mayfield of
Louisville were visiting here yester
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Used cars, livestock. fiouseriofd
goods all can tie sold through
Inexpensive Journal Want Ads.
Special Dairy Sale
flebr. City Sales Pavilion
Monday, Nov. 28th
Sale at 1:00 P. M.
35 Head Jersey and Guernsey Cows
We will sell for John Woods, of Lin
coln, 35 head fine high producing
Jersey and Guernsey Cows from 2 to
C years old. Twenty fresh by sale
day, many with calves at side. High
grade cows with high producing rec
ords behind them. Available for in
spection several days before the sale.
The Nebraska City
Sales Pavilion .
Cols. Bryan, and Hornbuckle, Ancts,
BOB NEELEY, Manager
From Monday's Dally
Dr. P.' T. Helneman spent the day
in Omaha where he attended the
Miss Virginia Trively, who is at
tending Peru Normal, spent dhe
week end here with her parents.
Mrs. Harry Catterson has returned
to her home in Hastings after spend
ing a few days here with Mrs. D. E
Mrs. J. D. Wurdeman, who is visit
ing here, spent the week end in Om
aha visitine with her son. T. J
Mrs. Vesta Clark went to Union
yesterday to spend a time with Mrs
Jennie Frans, an old friend, who is
in poor health.
Earl F. Hassler and children, Shir
ley Ruth and Jack, wore here Sun
day to visit at the home of Mrs
William Hassler and Miss Anna.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Rothert and
little son, were here Sunday for a
few hours visiting at the home of
County Treasurer and Mrs. John E
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holmstedt and
daughter Frances and Henry Davis,
all of Omaha, were guests here yes
terday at the home of Mr.' and Mrs
D. E. Waller.
From Tuesday's Daily-
Attorney C. E. Tefft of Weeping
Water was here today to attend to
some matters in the county and dis
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Buttery are
leaving Wedensday for Sioux City
to spend Thanksgiving at the Elwood
From Wednesday's Daily-
Walter J. Kirkbride of Lincoln was
a business visitor in Plattsmouth yes
Long Distance "night rates" will be
in effect all day Thanksgiving! Tele
phone the home folks!
Mrs. Ray Creamer and Mrs. W. O.
Troop of Nehawka were business visi
tors in Plattsmouth yesterday.
William Holly, of Omaha, was in
the city today to attend the funeral
services for Henry G. Soennichsen.
.Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Ebinger, of
Plainvlew, are here visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George Weid-
man and with the many old time'l
friends in the community.
Mrs. J. D. Wurdeman, who has
been visiting relatives here, return
ed yesterday to her home In Leigh,
Nebraska. Mr. Wurdeman came down
from Leigh yesterday and took her
back with him.
The official canvassing board, com
prising I. J. Hall. W. L. Propst and
County Clerk George K. Sayles, have
completed the recount of the vote
in two precincts of the county.
In Salt Creek precinct there was
one difference in the vote for assessor
and a recount was asked by the can
didate losing. The result of the re
count of the ballots showed that the
vote was Louis Meyerr, 138 and Law
rence Coleman 139, leaving Mr.
Coleman as winner as was first
In Liberty precinct a recount was
asked of the vote for road overseer
where a write-in candidate had been
entered in the race and came with
in one vot of winning. The final re
sult of the recount showed Santa
True winner 94 to 92 over Jay Aus
tin and 54 for Lon Roddy. In the
recount Mr. Austin lost one vote.
EIGHT MILE GROVE
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
10:30 Thanksgiving services.
1:30 p. m. Practice for Christmas
Wednesday, Nov. 30 the Ladies'
Aid will meet in church parlors. Mrs.
Herman Hennings and Mrs. Hugo
Meisinger will be hostesses. All are
Given in conjunction with the
12th District American Legion
and Auxiliary Convention on
17ED. NOV. 30
Starting at 9 :00
Legion Bldg. Plattsmouth
PICKS TOP HATTERS
of Nebraska City
Per Couple - - 50$
From Monday's Daily
Entertains at Shower
Mrs. E. H. Wescott entertained on
Saturday afternoon at a stork show
er, honoring Mrs. J. Howard Davis.
There were a group of the friends
and neighbors present to enjoy the
occasion. Many beautiful gifts were
received. During thi afternoon the
hostess served very delicious refresh
ments. Attend Dinner-Dance
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Robert
son and Mr. and Mra. William F.
Evers, were among the guests at the
dinner-dance given by Florence lodge
of the A. F. & A. M. of Nebraska.
The delightful event was held at
the Masonic temple and included
many visiting masters and their
Arthur Herring, master of the
Florence lodge, presided as master
of ceremonies and cleverly intro
duced the masters and their ladies in
verse that was very much enjoyed.
Mrs. Robertson responded for the
honors to the ladies.
A number of little friends helped
Dale Keil celebrate his 6th birth
day last Saturday afternoon at his
home. Delicious refreshments were
served. The afternoon was spent
playing games and the prizes were
given to Richard Kline and Donnie
Marsh. Others present were: Fran
ces Clinkenbeard, Melva June Price,
Helen Marie Falk, Eva Nell Menden-
hall, Carrol Rakow, Ronnie Marsh,
Merle Dashner, Richard Wohlfarth,
Wilma Mae Keil, Eugene Keil, Dale
Mr. and Mrs. William Sidney West
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Mary Louise, to John
Luther Moore of Lincoln, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J.. M. Moore of Plattsmouth.
The ceremony took place Nov. 12 at
Sidney at 5 p. m. at the Presbyterian
parsonage with Rev. Raymond Ludy
officiating. Mrs. Mocrc is a gradu
ate nurse from the Lincoln General
hospital. Mr. Moore has attended the
University of Nebraska and is now
with the Dierks Drumm Lumber com
pany.' The couple is living at 1844
Washington street, Lincoln. 1 '
Mrs. Maude Ockerman entertain
ed 18 at a miscellaneous shower for
Mrs. Moore Tuesday evening at her
Have Pine Dinner
The home of Mrs. John Rotter In
the west part of the city was the
scene of a very pleasant family party
Sunday and in which eld friends and
neighbors joined in making a very
happy Thanksgiving for the guest of
honor. All had come with well laden
baskets, and which made a very de
lightful dinner for the Jolly group.
L V. Rotter, a son, of Newcastle,
Wyoming, was here for the event
and Joining with the others of the
family participating. Mr. and Mrs.
John Kublcka and family, Mrs. Rotter
and son, Mr. and Mm. E. J. Ferrie,
old Jieighbors and Mrs. John H. Hall
strom and Mrs. James G. Mauzy com
ing Jn to enjoy a pleasant visit later
in the day. .
Attends Pounders Banquet
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Robertson and
The Fuel That Requires Less
Only one or two stoking a day keep Standard Briquets producing
steady dependable beat all day long.
Tidball Lumber Go.
PHONE 40 PLATTSMOUTH, NEBR.
Mrs.. James Robertsou were at Lin
coln on Friday where Mrs. James
Robertson visited her daughter, Miss
Jessie and Mrs. W, A. Robertson was
a guest at the founders day banquet
of the Delta Delta Delta sorority.
The banquet was lield at the Uni
versity club and was one of the large
social events of the season and at
tended by a large number of the ac
tive chapter members as well as the
alumni of the society. The settings
were very artistic, pine boughs and
branches and the blue candles add
ing to the charm of the tables.
Mrs. Robertson, : a very active
figure in the Nebraska Alumni asso
ciation, gave the response for the
Tri-Delta alumni, in her usual clever
Mrs. Robertson had the pleasure of
having with her at the banquet, her
daughters, Mrs. Harold Murphey and
Miss Rachel Robertson, both mem
bers of' the sorority.
From Tuesday's Dally
Golden Bod Study . Club
The Golden Rod Study club, one
of the popular women's organizations
of the county, were entertained the
past week at the home of Mrs. Guy
Wiles. There was a very fine repre
sentation of the membership in at
tendance and a most interesting pro
gram given. The leader of the after
noon was Mrs. Catherine Hobschidt
and the members of the group dis
cussed activities for the young peo
ple in the rural communities. The
hostess served very dainty and de
Monday was the eighteenth birth
day anniversary of Robert Hayes, Jr.,
and in honor of the event a group of
the friends Joined in the observance
of the anniversary. The party en
joyed the performance of "My Lucky
Star" at the Cass theatre and then
adjourned to the Hayes home where
the remainder of 'the evening was
spent in games and at a suitable
hour dainty refreshments were served
by Mrs. Hayes to the jolly group.
Marilynn Wilcox Honored
Miss Marilynn Wilcox was honored
on her 16th birthday recently with
a party given by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Wilcox, at Fish
Haven, a popular report at Lake
Another party wa3 given by Miss
Nordell Dugger at her home on So.
L st. Guests other than Miss Wilcox
and the hosts: Mis? Corrine Hall
strom of Avoca, Nebr., Miss Juanlta
Baker, Miss Bette Collar, Miss Wilma
Hall, Miss Helen ' Bender, Alton
Greene, Jack McGeej Robert Engram,
Allen Tolchard, Robert . Brummer,
James Calvitt, Jack Day and Neil
Propst. Lake Worth Leader.
Have Family Party
There was a family gathering at
the Leonard Austin home In honor
of Mrs. George Halmes and son Nor
man of San Jose, California.
Everyone brought veil filled bas
kets which was enjoyed by all. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Neumeister and son. John, Henry
Klimm, of Avoca, Nebr.; Mansa
Klimm, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Klimm
and daughter LaVern from Nehawka;
Mr. and Mrs. Marian Henry and
daughter, Mary Ann of Plattsmouth;
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kennedy of
Plattsmouth; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Austin and daughters, Anne and
Viola, of Plattsmouth; Mr. and Mrs.
John Klimm of Union, and the guest
And they're clean dusdess
Bootless, smokeless. House-cleaning
work is kept at a minimum.
Enjoy this luxurious heat .
now at low cost. One ton goes.
as far as two tons of some soft
coals, xou'll save up to 1U on
your fuel bills.
of honor, Mrs. George Halmes and
son, Norman from San Jose, Calif.
Eight Mile Grove Club
The Eight Mile Willing Workers
club held their first meeting at the
home of Mrs. Louis fchiessl. Only
one member was absent from the
meeting. A very interesting lesson
on making the livable home was
given by the leaders of the club. The
hostesses were Mrs. David Ruther
ford and Mrs. Frank Salzberg.
The club held its next meeting at
the home of Mrs. Earl Iske with
Mrs. Louis Schiessl and Mrs. Ulrich
as assistant hostesses. Candy mak
ing was taken up for the lesson. A
Chritmas party will be held on De
cember 17 at the home of Mrs. Frank
Salzberg and the members will ex
Shower for Miss Stones
A miscellaneous shower was given
last night for Miss Maude Stones at
the home of Mrs. Harry Rainey. The
event wa3 in honor of Miss Stones'
coming marriage on Sunday, Novem
ber 27 to Louis McConaha.
Games were played and prizes won
by Edythe Lushinsky, Mrs. Ed Koh
rell. Mrs. John Weight. Sylvia Eling
son, and Mrs. Alvin Smock. A very
entertaining mock welding was held
and a reading given by Mrs. Wil
liam Gochenour. The remainder of
(End Cute), lb.. . .
Tender, Juicy Round Bone
or Shoulder Cuts, lb .
gAA,fr Round. Swiss op T
Tender, Juicy Sirloin or Shortcuts, lb
Pork Chops a.& ...... ISc
Hamburger Freshly ground Beef Cuts, 2 lbs. 25C
Frankfurters Large, juicy, ib.. . . 15c
Lard Cudahys Pure Rex Brand, in bulk, 3 lbs.. 25C
Minced Luncheon. sJSa. nZ ib.: 25c
Salmon or Sable Fish (Sliced or Piece), 2 lbs..25C
Whiting Fish Headless, Dressed. . .2 lbs. lfJC
SWEET, JUICY FLORIDA (Easy
N. Y. Snowball, Lb. . . .SC
Radishes, Fr. Full
Red Tex. Lg. Bunch. . .2C
Grapefruit, Swt. Jcy.
Tex. Seedless, Lg. Size
Dozen, 35c Each . . .3C
4 tor c
Giant Pkg., 49
T!?2a 3 Whole Wheat PANCAKE FLOUR ftfT
w fidelity 32-ib. pkg ....sue
Afwt!nfr Strained Foods, Asstd. 4 V2 -oz. It
9QHlB3QV G Cans. Doz, 89c; 6 for 45c; 2 for .iltC
BlQ 4 WHITE NAPTHA
UOQP Giant Size Bars 10 for
Spry GEiortesiing i,.A,b,:pcuappo.S8:: . . . .49c
SEireddedl WEaeat SegPckgcs"2"r.S3c
Omar Flousr Sack . . .
IVOFy Soap Large Bars, 2 for HQC
Regular or Drip
or Glass Jar.
or Glass Jar
the evening's entertainment was mu
sic by Harry Rainey, . accompanied
by Mrs. Kohrell. The bride-to-be re
ceived many very lovely and useful
gifts. Delicious refreshments were
served by the hostess.
W. D. S. Club
Regular meeting of the W. D. S
club was held at the home of Mrs,
Alvin Meisinger. The afternoon was
spent In playing games and cutting
quilt blocks. There were three visi
Each member presented the hos
tess with a tea towei.
The next meeting will be held
Dec. 1 at the home of Mrs. Earl Lan
caster. A delicious lunch was served by
From Wednesday's Dairy
Hold Pinochle Tournament '
The locat MWA t-ntertained the
Omaha, Council Bluffs and Union pin
ochle clubs in the pinochle tourna
ment last night at the Eagles hall.
HERE FROM MINNESOTA
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur White and
children, of Proctor, Minnesota, are
here to enjoy a visit with the rel
atives for a short time. This is the
first visit of the little son of the
White family here with his aunts
A- Ad for Plattsmouth, FrL, Sat., Nov. 25-26
- Bone, lb., 19c
Onions, U. S. No. 1 -Idaho
Yellow, 50 lb. . ,
bag, 99C 3 Lbs: . . . .IOC
Cabbage, Fresh Solid
Wis. Hoi. Seed, Lb. . . .2C
Dates, Golden Hall-
owii in Bulk, 2 lbs. . .X9C
Green ' I W
12-lb. Pkg,33; 14-lb: A
Brown L., 0. Pekoe 4ifr
i2-lb. Pkg, 37 ; i4-U. AVW
Camay soap s? "S ...B ...7c
GlIQa? Fine Granulated Beet. .... .10 lbs. rfjJOC
co2Ggg -TOfy&r.1.1?:...:'.- 45c
Pasicalie Flouir I JSf iE5H. . . . igc
Goops E?.,LiLcpasn DE.Lic.,0.us. .(e. yrr?.'. ....... sc
PlflEfr OATMAN'S DUNDEE (Save labels)
AUBJIIX Tall Cans. 4 for ' SJ5C
Tomato Juice SlLSiV, MVt.0ch.27c
1ri1l1!f Del Monte, Largo No. Z'2 Cant ah.
L.kITclO Dozen, 97o. 3 for 35C
rBt2Sf,r DEL MONTE SEEDLESS
LaafiSEOO 15-oz. Pkgs 2 for US C
Calmosa "OT. ! .sue
Farina KM . . ... ....117c
HURRY! SATURDAY IS THE LAST DAY OF OUR DEL
MONTE WORLD'S FOOD FAIR. STOCK UP and SAVE!
HERE FROM DAKOTA,
Mrs. Erwin Ruml and daughters,
Betty Ann and Mary Alice' from
Letcher, South Dakota arrived Sat
urday to spend Thanksgiving week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Toman and her brothers and sisters.
Mrs. Ruml was formerly known as
Miss Henrietta Toman.
HERE FOR HOLIDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Herold and
tamlly of Oklahoma City, arriveu
here Saturday evening to spend the
week and' Thanksgiving with Mrs.
Henry Herold, mother of Mr. Herold,
as well as other relatives and old
Prices Quoted in
Weekly Good Re
mainder of Week
A. R. CASE
Phone 298-J, Plattsmouth
or GREEN BEANS
TtcL 4 for 25c
Del Monte Sliced or Half
PEACHES 9 (DC
No. 2Va Cans, 2 for. &
Dozen cans, $1.73
Northern or Michigan
Navy Beans Qfifr
10 lbs. for. OcP
Quaker Oats, lg. pkg. . 16
Large Size Packages
2 for Eg'
t:rr. 6 for 25c
150 Towelj in Eoll
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