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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY jOEENAL
THURSDAY. TJECZEPEB 15. 1928.
From Monday's Daily
Honored on Birthday
Sunday Mayor George Lushinsky
was honored at a family dinner party
for his seventieth birthday at the
home on Park hill. The event was
arranged by Mrs. Lushinsky as a
6urprise and made a very pleasant
occasion for all of the party.
A very delightful dinner was ar
ranged by Mrs. Tushinsky and
around which gathered the members
of the family to congratulate the
mayor on the attainment of another
milestone. Those attending were Mr.
and Mrs. Otto Lushinsky and family,
Mr. and Mis. A. O. Moore and daugh
ter, Joan, Mr. and Mrs. George R.
Lushinsky, Mrs. Adah Moore and
Mayor and Mrs. Lushinsky.
over the Plattsmouth district and
many here from Humboldt.
A fine turkey dinner was served
at the home of Mr.s Paul Wohlfarth
and where a very fine repast had
been prepared and was very daintily
Following the dinner the time was
spent in games and cards and in
which prizes were won by Mrs.
Scharfenberg, Mrs. Hulbert, of Hum
boldt, Mrs. William Highfield, Miss
:Dorothy Svoboda, Miss Uhrig of Hum
boldt and Miss Dorothy Elliott.
Honored on 4th EirthCay
Sunday Carol Raiow celebrated
her fourth birthday anniversary at
the family home on the Louisville
road and where a number of the
little friends had been invited in to
spend a few hours with her. The
time was spent in games at which
much pleasure was-derived and the
guest of honor received many hand
some gifts. At a suitable hour a
dainty luncheon wits served and
which featured the birthday cake
and its candles. Those who attend
ed the event were Norma June Bal
thazor, Phyllis Louise Schiessl. Wilma
May Keil, Harold Rakow, Stanley
Cole, Benny Covert, Dale and Eu
gene Keil and the guest of honor
From "Wednesday's Daily
MAO Club Meets
The MAO club met yesterday after
noon at the home of Mrs. D. E.
Waller for their Christmas prty.
The home had been beautifully de
corated in keeping with the Christ
mas season. The afternoon was
spent in playing games in which Mrs.
Cass Sylvester, Mrs. Marjorie Rum
mel and Mrs. Long won prizes. After
a delightful lunch carrying out the
Christmas theme, gifts were ex
changed. Mrs. W. J. Schriber was a
guest of the club. Mrs. Don Seiver
and Mrs. Milo Farney were assistant
From Tuesday's Daily
The Standard Eetrer Girls met
last night at the Methodist church
for a covered dish supper. There
was a large number of the members
present. A delicious f;upper was fur
nished after which the regular meet
ing was held.
Honor Mrs. Cogdill
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nickles enter
tained Sunday evening at a six
o'clock turkey dinner in honor of
Mrs. Nickles' mother, Mrs. Rose Cog
dill who celebrated her birthday an
niversary. A number of relatives
were guests, they being Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Nickles, of Omaha, Mr. and
Mrs. Alvador Nickles and daughter,
Elaine, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Todd and
son Kenneth, Alf Nickles, Bertha
Nickles, Mrs. Lucy Crawford of
Wood River, Lee Nickles. Miss Etta
Nickles and Mrs. Fannie Crosser.
Honor Milo Farney
Mrs. Milo Farney entertained last
night. at a surprise party in honor of
the birthday anniversary of Mr. Far
ney. Eighteen guests were present
to help Mr. Farney celebrate the oc
casion. The evening was spent In
playing bingo. A number of fine
gifts were presented to Mr. Farney.
Christmas decorations were used. A
delicious lunch was served, the fea-
the home of Mrs. E. A. Webb with
Mrs. Sue Strickland and Mrs, F. I.
Zimmerer as associate hostesses. The
meeting was in the nature of a
Christmas party and the members
enjoyed the exchange of gifts after
the visit from Santa Claus. Cards
were also enjoyed by the ladies.
There were eighteen members pres
ent and two guests, Monsignor Geo.
Agius and Mrs. W. H. Smith. Re
freshments were served by the hos
tesses. Circle No. 2 met at the home of
Mrs. F. I. Rea with Mrs. Phillip
Eorn, Mrs. W. V. Ryan and Mrs.
W. H. Woolcott assisting. The
ladies enjoyed the afternoon in pin
ochle and in which Mrs. Lester Gay
lord was awarded the prize for the
high score. A very delightful lunch
eon was served at an appropriate
hour. There were nine members
Circle No. 3 was entertained at
the home of Mrs. John M. Meisinger,
the event being in the nature of a
covered dish luncheon at 1 o'clock
and which wos very much appre
ciated. The ladies enjoyed the
Christmas exchange of presents and
a fine musical program that served
to pass the time most delightfully.
SANTA'S ESCORT 02T HIS
VISIT HERE SATURDAY
Celebrate Wedding Anniversary
Sunday was the tenth wedding an
niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Tomer
Headlee. It was also Mrs. Headlee's
Some thirty friends and neighbors
gathered at the home of Mr. and
it - n..n: x. 4 v. .
..iuu ou..i camnbell. Ray Tincher. Eujrene
staged a surprise on Mr. and Mrs. graska. George Jacobs, Billy Hirz,
A total or seventy culldren
38 girls and 32 boys selected from
the rural and grade schools of the
county and city will comprise the
Honor Guard to greet Santa on his
visit to Plattsmouth Saturday. These
children are to congregate at the
Plattsmouth Hotel not later than
1:15 and will then go to the plat
form, where with the King and
Queen they will receive Santa, and
cro with him from there to his head
quarters in a Main street business
The list includes all schools from
which acceptance had been received
up to 10 o'clock Thursday morning.
There may be more come in before
Ss;turday. Here they are:
GIRLS Delores Wood. Marilyn
Lutz. Darleen Traut. Lois Carr, Le
one Coolman, Ruth Aufenkamp. Bar
bara Jean Gansenier, Betty Galloway,
Betty Dieter, Aileen Doeden. Mary
Alice Nelson, Louise Lepert, Barbara
Ann Morton. Phyllis Grunwald, Wan
da Lou Cacy, Margaret Farney, Wil
ma Kratochvil, Barbara Burke. Diana
Lushinsky, Mary Katherine Gorder,
Peggy Highfield, Gladys Rhodes,
Ruby Gunsolley, Margaret Heine
man, Florene Duda. Mary Jo Rebal,
Alice Kruger, Patsy Wainscott, Dor
is Lauritzen, Gertrude Olive, Barbara
Everett, Virginia Lane, Rose Mae
Ronne, Doris Wessel, Corine Wendt,
Normalee Thoren, Joan Gradoville
and Glennis Wagoner.
BOYS Wendell Cole. Billy Kru
ger. Louis Kuntz. Elton DeLes Der
nier. Robert Graves, Eddie Beins,
Jimmie Franke, Donald Ahl. Arvil
HAVE A FINE PROGRAM
tureof which was
a large birthday
Pinochle and bingo were enjoyed
during the evening. Pinochle win
ners were Mrs. Herman Tiekotter.
Billy .Potter, James Short, Laurence
Gregg. Ray Larson, Richard Tritsch,
Wayne Meisinger, Bobby Shera,
Merle Dean Meisinger, Richard Quin-
ette, Harry Henton, Robert Resso,
Center Project Club
The Center Project club was enter
tained this week at the home of Mrs.
Theodore Harms of Manley. a very
delightful and interesting time be
ing enjoyed by the members. The
members celebrated the event as a
Christmas party and gifts were ex
changed by the members. The ladies
also joined in honoring Mrs. Harold
Krecklow with a stork shower and
at which the guest of honor received
a large number of attractive gifts.
A very delicious luncheon also fea
tured the afternoon.
Roy Hild and Theodore Smith.
Ralph Sullivan and Sam Gilmore. , Robert Leonard, Elmer Kaffenberg
Bingo winners were Norma Jean er, Paul Erhart, Harold Zimmerer,
Kaufman. Mrs. Malvern Reed, Chas. !5bur Eaton Richard Renner, Le-
Warga, Jr., and Mrs. Harold Hull.
At a late hour dainty refreshments
were served. A special feature was
a cake, appropriately decorated with j
bride and groom, baked by Mrs. !
"STUDY OF SCIENCE" CLUB
W. C. T. U. Meeting
The W. C. T. U. met on Monday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. E.
Wiles and with a number of the mem
bership in attendance for the very in
teresting program. Miss Elizabeth
Spangler had the devotionals of the
afternoon while Mrs. O. C. Hudson
was called upon to discuss "The
World Call to Prayer."
The main address of the afternoon
was given by Milo Price of th city
schools on "The Possibilities for
Peace in the Present World Crisis,"
a very able and interesting talk by
this very able student of history and
Mrs. Wiles served delicious re
freshments at an appropriate hour in
Live Wire Club Dinner
The Live Wire club, composed of
the lady employees ad wives of em
ployees of the Iowa-Nebraska Light
& Power Co., were entertained here
last evening. The ladies were from
J. V. CIS ABILL
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D. A. R. Holds Meeting
Fontenelle chapter of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution met
last evening at the home of Miss
Pearle Staats and with a fine at
tendance of the members present.
After the business session the
members had some very interesting
discussions on the report and ac
tivities of the Dies investigating
committee that is probing un-American
activities. Editorials and icom
nients of the leadings newspapers
were also read.
At an appropriate hour the hos
tess served very delicious refreshments.
The "Study of . Science" Club, a
new organization composed of some
of the members of the Freshmen
class, held its first regular meeting i
last Friday afternoon, with Jerry
White, the president, presiding. The
committee that was named at the
time of organization a fortnight ago.
to draw up a constitution, reported
Their document was approved by
vote of the members. It is planned
to hold meetings every Friday.
St. John's Circles Meet
The various circles of the St.
John's Altar society held their meet
ings on Tuesday afternoon.
Circle No; 1 was entertained at
WILL SERVE AS INTERNE
John Gilmore, son of Dr. and Mrs.
G. H. Gilmore of Murray, who is j
now a senior in the University of Ne-
braska medical college, has received j
a very fine assignment for interne- j
ship after leaving the hospital in i
June. He will serve his interneship
at the Royal Jubilee hospital at Vic- j
toria, British Columbia, one of the !
largest hospitals in the Pacific north- j
west and where a large staff Is en- j
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the members of the club found a
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The meeting was under the lead
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