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THURSDAY. ErCZItCBER 8. 1938.
PIATTSMOTJTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOUEJiAX
Lodge A. F. &
A, M. Elects
J. It. Reeder Selected as Master of
Lodge for Coming Year Ralph
Wehrbein Senior Warden.
Monday evening Plattsmouth lodge
No. 6, A. F. & A. M. held their an
nual election of officers and named
for the position of the master of the
lodge, J. Russell Re?der, principal
of the Plattsmouth high school. As
senior warden of the lodge Ralph
Wehrbein, was advanced fron junior
warden and to the lattor office Wayne
A. Bennett was named.
The lodge re-elected F. A. Cloidt
as treasurer and Leslie W. Xiel as
secretary, these gentlemen having
Eerved most efficiently in these posi
tions for the past several years.
The appointments to the other of
fices of the lodge will be made later
by the new master cf the lodge.
Mr. Reeder has been active in the
work of the local lodge since coming
here as a member of the high school
faculty and has served in the various
offices until named as the head of
FUNERAL OF MRS. PATTERSON
From Monday's raily
The funeral services for Mrs. Tillie
Tatterson, 61, were held this after
noon at the St. Paul's Methodist
church at Papillion with the inter
ment at the Cedar Dale cemetery.
The deceased was the wife of Hor
ace D. Patterson, county surveyor of
Sarpy county, member of one of the
pioneer families of Cass county where
his parents had resided in the early
territorial days. -
Besides the husband there is sur
viving two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth
Ward, Dail, Oregon; Mrs. Emma
Worst. Carlyle, Montana, two broth
ers. August Li. Olson, Dail, Oregon
and Oscar L. Olson, Sentinel Butte,
From Monday's Dally
Miss Viola Rohlfs of Norfolk was
visiting here over the week-end at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Ablott and
daughter Virginia of Omaha spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
D. E. Waller.
Mrs. Vesta Clark was visiting here
from Union at the home of her daugh
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Mrs. Rex Bourne, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Hughes, in Lincoln, has re
turned home to this city.
Miss Marie Haskins of Stella, was
a guest here Sunday of Miss Kimsey,
teacher, in the local schools and an
old friend of Miss Haskins.
Miss Annis Lee White was an over
Sunday visiter at Omaha where she
was a guest of her aunt, Miss Flor
ence White for a short outing.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Northcutt,
son Dick and "daughter Harriet of
Omaha were visiting here Saturday
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crabill.
Miss Mable Jones, teacher in the
Rosalie, Nebraska, schools, was here
Sunday to visit with her friend, Miss
Jean Oakes, teacher in the local
ATTEND BANK MEETING
H. A. Schneider ami Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Schneider were at Oakland last
evening where they attended a meet
ing of one of the sectional groups
cf the Nebraska Bankers association.
F'om Tuesflay's Daily
J. V. Oliver of Onawa, Iowa was
in the city yesterday visiting with
Mr. and Arrs. Glen Todd of Murray
were business visitors in Plattsmouth
C. E. Tefft of .Weeping Water was
in Plattsmouth yesterday looking
after some business.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Nickles of
Murray spent Sunday here with
Miss Etta and Lee Nickles.
Charles Rutherford of Omaha was
visiting here Sunday at the home
of his brother, John Rutherford.
From Monday's Dally
Have Social Evening -
County Treasurer and Mrs. John
E. Turner had as guests last eve
ning Mr. and Mrs. Henry Starkjohn
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Cloidt.
The evening was spent in Chink
Chess and at which a great deal ot
pleasure was derived.
Entertain at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Mark en
tertained at dinner Sunday as a
guest, Mr. Freeman McFarland, who
is now re-locating in this city after
a year passed in Kansas on the farm.
brated his seventy-third birthday
Monday evening at his home. Those
who helped him celebrate this most
honored occasion were: Mr. and Mrs.
Myron Coleman of Omaha; Mr. and
Mrs. Fred J. Drucker and Corrine,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. P. Rice, Mrs.
James Kolb. After spending the eve
ning playing cards. Mrs. Kopischka
served a most delicious lunch. Mr.
Kopischka received many nice presents.
Guests at Robertson Home
The home of Mr. and Mrs. William
A. Robertson was the scene of a very
pleasant gathering of friends from
Omaha who enjoyed Sunday eve
ning in the delightful hospitality of
the Robertson home. Those in the
party were Mr. and Mrs. John J.
Tillery, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Schneider-
wind, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bergquist.
Mr. Bergquist is the president of the
Omaha board of education and also
one of the Douglas county commissioners.
UNDERGOING EYE TREATMENT
Elmer Newton, because of trouble
with his eyes, was forced to return
home from Grand Island to receive
treatment in Omaha. He is attend
ing business college in Grand Island
and will return to his studies after
the Christmas holidays.
From Tuesday's Daily
A birthday party was given at
the home of C. F. Zimmerman Sat
urday night in honor of their daugh
The evening was spent in playing
Bunko. Prizes were won by Jac
queline Grassman and Harold Mead.
Before the guests departed a very
enjoyable lunch was served by Mrs.
Family Birthday Dinner
Sunday Mrs. Martha Chriswisser
was hostess at a very pleasant fam
ily dinner party, the occasion being
the family observance of the passing
of her ninety-fourth birthday anni
versary. A lne turkey and fish dinner
was served to the members of the
family and which will long be very
pleasantly remembered by all of the
group. Those of the family to at
tend theevent were: Mrs. Cappie
Chriswisser, Ray and James Chris
wisser, Ileen and Robert Chriswisser,
of Nehawka; Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Chriswisser and Buddy, of Avoca;
Mrs. Z. W. Shrader, Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Hanson, Connie and Hal,
Mrs. C. M. Chriswisser, of Nehawka;
Mrs. Martha Chriswisser and son,
Dick of this city.
the occasion were Mr. and Mrs.
Dewey Cottingham and family, Mrs.
Rose Cottingham, mother of Mr. Cot
tingham, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cotting
ham and family, Mr. and Mrs. George
Jorgensen and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Karl Keyes, all of Nebraska City,
Mr. and Mrs. Coy Atkinson and fam
ily, Mrs. Ollie Atkinson, Finis and
Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sut
ton and Betty Ann, LeRoy Bashus,
all of Plattsmouth, and Mr. and Mrs.
Cottingham and family.
ATTEND BOARD MEETING
William A. Robertson and William
F. Evers were in Omaha Monday aft
ernoon to attend a meeting of the
board of control of the Nebraska Ma
sonic Home association. Mr. Robert
son is a vice-president of the board
and Mr. Evers superintendent in
charge of the home here.
VISIT AT CERESCO
Parses 73rd Birthday
Carl Kopischka of this city cele-
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Cottingham, southeast of Murray,
was the scene of a very pleasant
gathering the past week, the occa
sion being the observance of the
thirty-ninth birthday anniversary of
The group comprised relatives of
the guest of honor and family and
they arrived at the home shortly be
fore the noon hour and spent the
day in visiting and games as well as
enjoying the very fine dinner that
had been provided. In honor of the
event he was presented with many
attractive gifts. Those who enjoyed
From Wednesday's Dally
Campbells Have Birthday
Sunday, Dec. 4 the Joe Campbell
home was the scene 6f a very pleas
ant gathering in honor of the birth
days of Joe and Pat Campbell.
It was a complete surprise not
only to Joe but to other members of
the family as well.
All brought well filled baskets and
a delicious dinner was served at noon
which all enjoyed very much. A
lovely angel food cake decorated in
brown and white was presented to
the two honor guests by Mrs. Pat
Campbell and Mrs. Alex Campbell,
The afternoon was spent at pin
ochle, music and just visiting.
Those present to enjoy the day
were: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lewis
and Maxine. Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Campbell and Robert, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Kohrell and Glen, Mr. and Mrs.
Errett Thomason. Marie, Charles
and Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Camp
bell and Juanita, Harlan Conn, Mr.
and Mrs. Pat Campbell, Orville and
Alice. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Campbell,
Jr., Andy Campbell, Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Carr and Patty Ann, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Campbell, Alice Mae and
Margaret Ann, Alex Campbell, Sr.,
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Campbell and
Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Campbell
All left for home wishing the two
many more happy birthdays.
From Wednesday's Daily
Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Lowson, daugh
ters Ruth and Aileen and Dorothea
Duxbury returned yesterday from
Ceresco where Rev. Lowson spoke on
Monday at a Masonic banquet.
COMMITTEE VISITS HOME
Sunday a committee of the grand
chapter of the Royal Arch Masons of
Nebraska were here for a visit at
the Nebraska Masonic Home. Thy
enjoyed very much the opportunity
of visiting with Superintendent W. F.
Evers and staff and the residents of
The committee was composed of
Benjamin F. Pittman, Chndrnii ; Hart
ford N. Rosebush. MeCook; Fred
Bosshanimer, Auburn, and were en
tertained at the evening dinner hour
at the Home.
The group had visited the Eastern
Star orphanage at Fremont in the
TPWFT TIT1- TOTfTTTD
G uJJ i ii JUli-i CilliVUiL
" iPlattsmouth' s Tfeiv fashion Center"
SA TURD A Y
" "WE take pride in announcing the Opening of
Ilattsmcuth's newest Ready-to-Wear Store under the direction of Mr. Wilbur Hall of
this vicinity. We will carry a complete line of fashionable apparel for Misses, Women
and Matrons and the store will be under the active management of Miss Mildred Hall,
who cordially incites you and your friends to a
LADIE'S WOOL ROBES SILK GOWNS
All-wool Farkella Flannel with Colors, Tea Eose and Blue, also
zipper openings. Sizes 14 to in Prints. Sizes 15 to 20. An
46. A gift shell appreciate! appropriate gift. Your choice.
$5.95 $2, .98
LADIE'S HANDBAGS SILK PAJAMAS
New in style and shape. All Made in fancy and plain tail-
colcrs, zipper and clasp clos- ored styles, 2-piece only. Tea
ings. Marvelous values at only Rose, Blue, Maize and Prints.
SILK HOSIERY BOXED HANKIES
All silk hose, chiffon weight, Boxed three to a box. White
ringless. Pirst quality. Always only. A superfine quality at a
an appreciated rift. Per pair very ordinary price. Per box
FABRIC GLOVES . SILK SCARFS
IADIES White and fancy patterns pack
All colors, leather trim, some ed in a beautiful gift box that
with zippers. Your choice. Pair you can be sure will please her.
$.00 $3, -oo
DANCETTES WOOL SWEATERS
Tailored and fancy trim. Blue, Colors White, Black, Maize,
Tea Rose and Black. A gift Aqua and Pink. Fine quality,
that will make a sure 'nuf hit. closely knit. All sizes. Price
$.00 5 3, .00
The Shop of Personal Service
A Magnificent Array of
Grand sport styles and luxurious
furred models in rich winter fab
rics. Such exciting new styles
that you'll want one for Christ
mas wear. Sizes for Misses, Jun
iors and Matrons.
Here Is the Last Word in
f Featured at
Sparkling new Holiday Dresses in lovely
crepes . . . swanky wools for the winter
sport occasions . . . Dresses you'll get a
thrill from wearing. Sizes for Misses,
Juniors and aMtrons.
GIFT LINGERIE Slips, Dancettes, Gowns and $
Pajamas m lacy or tailored styles. Uorgeous new
creations just arrived for the holidays at
A Grand Opening Feature
Smart little hats made for fes
tive wear. Fabrics and Felts in
the newest styles and colors. All
headsizes. Your choice, only
-:- HEW ACCESSORY GIFTS -:-
79c & 1
1 . 1.95
e & 1
BERKSHIRE HOSIERY Sheer chiffons in ring
less winter shades. Buy them gift boxed for Her
SMART GIFT BAGS She'll treasure these new shapes and
leathers. Blacks, Browns and colors. Priced at
Ad for Plattsmouth, Fri., Sat., Dec. 9 and 10
PHONE 95 WE DELIVER
Reg. or Drip. 2
lb. Tin or Jar
nnftfflETC Coccanut Tops, Chocolate
uUUlMEO or Sandwich Filled, lb
Full IO- lb. Net
Wt. Cloth Bag
15-lb. peck. 23c
Br. or Powd.
roni or Spag.
3-lb. Cello Bag
ORANGES 'n". .sunk'.s. 15c
DATES MKltoa 19c
GRAPEFRUIT . . . . J25c
flftflflV Peanut Cluster, Fudge or 1 C
iHliUI Chocolate Milk Stars, lb
COFFEE ZSTrSTJi . 45c
WALHUTS iu'&d35lb 25c
nnA7!IQ Lar9e Washed, lb., 19c 91:
lillii&iLO Almonds, lb., 23c; Pecans. .JU
PnnM TOMATOES or GREEN BEANS Aft
UUall No. 2 Cans, 4 for wU
GIHGER SHAPS Fresh lb 10c
DCnne PEACHES or APRICOTS. ic.
rCltllO Yosemlte. No. 2!2Can IOU
CRACKERS $:l1bGBR,rflMS 19c
Sauerkraut Pork and Beans. 2'2 can. 10c
100' lbs $3
10 lbs 33ft
5 lbs nt
FLOUR Lighthouse, 48-lb. Bag 85c
FLOUR Rye Sweet Tooth, 24-lb. Bag 7 5 C
OATMEAL Sweet Tooth, Relied, 5-lb. Bag.1 9 C
Peanut Krakle QjC Q Peanut Brittle QC
p p- Q Brand I Bumper Chocolates I 7
1-lh. Jars Lit or Xmas Mix. 2 lbs.. I U
Christmas Trees All Sizes 25c up
ULLEH'S MEAT DEPARTMENT
HAMBURGER PURE LARD
FRESH CUT REX
lbs, 2c 3 lbs, 25c
BABY BEEF SHOULDER STEAK, lb 17V2t
BEEF ROAST, tender, juicy, lb 16
BEEF STEW, cut, no bone, lb 156
PORK CHOPS, choice Center cut, lb 19
PORK BUTT ROAST, lean, lb 17V2t
PURE PORK SAUSAGE, lb.. !5
FRESH SIDE PORK, lb 20 $
PORK HOCKS, Pig Snouts, or Pig Ears, lb 100
MEATY NECK BONES, 6 lbs 250
5 lb. Box ....
LEG OF LAMB, lb 250
LAMB CHOPS, lb ! 250
LAMB ROAST, lb ..200
BACON SQUARES, Cello Wrapped, lb. 140
CHEESE, American or Brick, 2-lb. box 430
SUNLIGHT OLEO, 2 lbs. for 250
FRESH OYSTERS, Solid Pack, full pint 230
DILL PICKLES, 3 for 100
We also Have Fresh Dressed Chickens