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The IPIattsmouth Journal
PUBLISHED SEM-WEEKLY AT PLATTSMOUTH, HEBSASTA
Entered at Postofflce, Plattimouth, Neb., at second-clas mail matter
MRS. R. A. BATES, Publisher
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$$.50 per year. All subscriptions are payable strictly in advance.
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Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men
THK SILKNT. NIGHT of
centuries ago has long since
given way to. the joyous
peal of bells which ever
will ring out, "Peace on
earth, good will toward
May You Have a Merry Christmas
Cozy Barber Shpp
i Discriminating Holiday Liquor Buyers
. Will Find a Complete Stock of All the
Leading Nationally Advertised Brands of
AGED WHISKIES GINS CORDIALS WINES
AT MODERATE PRICES AT
HERBSTER'S LIQUOR STORE
North Sixth Street Platte Hotel Bldg.
Saturday, December 24, 1930
1 QUART OF CORYELL -70- MOTOR OIL FREE
with the Purchase of 5 or more Gallons of Gasoline!
FIRST GRADE CORYELL -70- SUPER GASOLINE
AT PRICES ALWAYS LESS
Save but Save Safely at Coryell's. Money-Back Guarantee!
Coryell -70- Products sold by over 500 Stations in .14 States!
Ooryell-iiles Semioe Station
llth and Washington on Highway 75
LET US DO YOUR HOLIDAY BAKING A
Dinner Twists, Poppy or Sesame Seed, doz.. ...... -,15eV
Hard Rolls, per doz 15
Parker House Rolls, White or Vhole Wheat, doz. . 15
Finger Rolls, White or Whole Wheat, doz.. . . . .10
Home style Light Biscuits, 0 pan; 2 for. . vi . . 15
Delicious Fruit Cakes
Orders taken for LAMB CAKES at. ..... . ,$1 each
Christmas Decorated Cakes r All Prices
ORDER YOUR PIES FOR CHRISTMAS DINNER FROM THE
' Our Bread Sold at All Grocers 8c Loaf, 2 for 15c
PHONE .76 PLATTSMOUTH
NEW YORK, Dec. 21 (UP) Dr.
Frank II. Vizetelly, ' levlcographer,
scholar and editor of Funk & Wag
nail's dicticnary for many years,
died at Fifth Avenue hospital today.
He was stricken two weeks ago with
pleurisy and pneumonia. . Vizetelly,
son of an English printer was penni
less when lie came to the United
States in 1891. He obtained a cler
ical job with Funk & Wagnall's and
wrote for tie firm to his death.
Vizetelly was an astute student
of words an! an authority on Amer
ican slang. He was the author of
more than 200 books pertaining to
the English language. He is sur
vived by his widow and a daughter,
Mrs. Norma -Cochrane.
NO MORE TRANSPORT OF
: JEWISH CHILDREN REFUGEES
BERLIN, Dec. 21 (UP) There
will be no aiore transport of Jewish
children refugees to England and
Holland until January 4 . The gov
ernment announced today that the
Reich railways could not spare the
cars becauss of the holiday rush. The
last group to leave comprised 20
children bcund for Sweden who left
DRIVER ON THREE WHEELS
CLEVELAND, O. (UP) Police
Judge Joseph N. Ackerman ordered
Frank Kratochvil to junk his 9-year-old
automobile because Kratchovil
drove it two miles on three wheels
after a collision Jiad ripped off the
fourth. ' '
HAILS BREWERS WORK
OMAHA, Dec. 21 (UP) Senator
Edward R. Burke today hailed as
"an effective aid to law enforcement"
the recent adoption by the United
Brewers Industrial Foundation of the
regular program of Nebraska brew
ers and beer distributors committee.
: In organizing to shut off the sup
ply of beer to taverns or other out
lets which violate the law or permit
practices which are offensive to good
citizenship, the brewers and beer dis
tributorsof Nebraska showed a
commendable awareness of their ob
ligation to the public," Senator
RUMANIA SPEEDS WORK
ON ENLARGED NAVAL PORT
BUCHAREST (UP) Construction
of a new large naval port, six miles
north of Constantza, is progressing
Five huge German and two Amer
ican dredging machines are" working
day and night to deepen Lake Tas
haul, which is connected with the
Black Sea by a natural canal.
When completed, the new port will
have a capacity ten times larger than
Constantza's present harbor.
REVOLVING GRAND JURY SOUGHT
HICKORY, N. C. (UP) A "per
petual" grand Jury, with six of the
24 members retiring at each court
term and six new members being
chosen at that time, has been pro
posed for Catawba county. Permis
sion to adopt the new plan will be
sought at the 1939 legislature.
HANDLESS, SHOOTS DEER
PLEASANTON, C a 1. (UP)
Charles C. M-cGonegal, who is minus
both hands, was arrested here for
killing a deer. The killing was done
with a rifle and the aid of two "me
chanical hands." The arrest was
merely because McGonegal failed. to
turn in the carcass.
CONCRETE MIXERS TAXED
CLEVELAND, O. (UP) Ail own
ers of concrete mixers and tar spread
ers here now must take out auto
mobile licenses, it was announced
by Chief of Police Prosecutor Gerard
Pilliod. The licenses cost $200 and
PUBLIC SERVANT 53 YEARS
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. (UP) D.
R. Beem will begin his 54th year
as a public servant Jan. 1, when he
starts his second term as probate
Judge. He has served as school teach
er, justice of the peace, deputy sher
iff and probate Judge.
Our Appreciation for the
Acceptance given Our
The Style Shop
Wilber Hall MUdred Hall
BUSING the months of the year
just ending, we have had the
pleasure of serving you. We have
enjoyed your patronage and hope
the results have been to your
NOW we are looking forward to
the new year and its prospects
of continued association with you.
May we take this opportunity of
wishing you a very merry Christ
mas and prosperity for the year
EAGLE NEWS ITEMS
Mrs. Henry Trunkenbolz spent last
Friday afternoon with Mrs. K. T.
Mrs. John Rockenbach Sr., is in a
Lincoln hospital receiving medical
Mrs. Sarah Keil and Dorothea were
guests of Mrs. A. J. Nelson last Wed
Mr. and Mtb. Floyd Hite of Weep
ing Water cpent . Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. C. O. Wright.
Miss Phylli3 Rudolph camo over
from Elmwood on Tuesday evening
of this week and visited friends.
Miss Esther Hoi eh of Lincoln was
the Sunday dinner guest of Mrs.
Sarah Keil and Miss Dorothea Keil.
Mr. and Mr3. R. C. Wenzel enter
tained at dinner last Sunday, Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde Wenzel and daugh
ter. Miss Rosa Pump of Venango ar
rived in Eagle last Saturday after
noon. She will visit relatives while
Mr. and Mrs. George Trimble and
Merna Stradley' were in Palmyra last
Sunday as guests at the Tom Bell
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scattergood
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ru
dolph and Faye Ellen at dinner last
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Sorensen of
Palmyra called at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John Rockenbach Sr. last
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nelson and
Helen visited at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. Merle Miller and Mr.
Miller near Elmvood last Sunday.
Mrs. Elvis Umland, who under
went an operation the first of last
week at the Lincoln General hos
pital, is reporteds to be getting along
Mr. and Mrs. John Reitter and
son of Lincoln spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Hursh. Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Obejle were also guests
for the evening. ',
Mr. and Mrs.-1 J. L. Wall had as
their guests last Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Thomson and sons of
Palmyra and Mr. and Mrs. George
Weyers and Beverly.
Mr. and " Mrs. Earl Stewart and
sons of Ames, Iowa, arrived last Sat
urday evening and will spend their
holiday vacation with Mr. Stewart's
parents, Dr.:;an,4 Mrs. E. M. Stew
art and family,3, - , .
.- Mr. and Mao Herman Wachter of
Palmyra, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mick
of, Lincoln and Theodore Wachter
spent Sunday at the home of their
mother, Mrs. Louisa Wachter and
sister, Mrs. Marie Hamilton.
0. E. S. Kensington
The ladies of the Kensington en
joyed a one o'clock luncheon last
Wednesday at the home of Mrs
Floyd Dysart. ,
During the afternoon a short busi
ness meeting wa- held and there was
an exchange of Christmas gifts.
Sunday School Party.
The members of Rev. Springer's
Sunday school class enjoyed a social
evening at the church basement last
Wednesday. Oyster soup,, celery.
pickles, pie and coffee were served
at lunch time.
W. C. T. U. Meets.
MrB. L. W. Piersol entertained the
W. C. T. U. at her home last Fri
day- afternoon. . Mrs. Dave Hursh,
Mrs. Chas. Scattergood and Mrs. Ed
ward Porter were guests.
Each member answered roll call
by giving a Christmas wish. Mrs.
Clyde West read a Christmas story
and Fay and De Lores Scattergood
After the program there was an
exchange of Christmas gifts and each
received a treat. '
The hostess served delicious re
freshments. 0. S. C. Club.
The O. S. C. club held their
Christmas meeting with our presi
dent, Mrs. Herbert Oberle wtih all
members present except one and two
Each member brought a small gift
and a box was made up for the chil
dren at the hospital.
We answered roll call by telling
about Christmas at our homes. After
the business meeting Mrs. Orin Lan
ning and Mrs. Elmer Judkins were
Each one found her mystery sister
by guessing who she was. There was
a gift for each mystery sister under
the Christmas tree.
After a delicious luuch and a pleas
ant afternoon we departed for our
homes wishing each other "A Merry
Rubber Stamps at lowest prices
at the Journal Office,.
Hild Service Station
I'lIII.LII'S OU rHODlt'TS
HAS BEEN A PLEASURE
It has teen our aim to bring you
the latest and best pictures and
other entertainment available dur
ing the year now ending. Your
patronage indicates your approval
of such efforts, and we pledge a
continuation of this policy during
1839, at the same time wishing
each and all a Merry Christmas.
Guy G. Griffin
A Greeting and a Merry, Merry
Christmas to all our Friends from
H. L. KRUGER
Paint and -Wallpaper Store
It isn't new . . . not even clever,
But it's the greatest greeting ever
And here's its twin
That fits right in!
HAPPY NEW YEAR
LW. Egenherger Agency
Beal Estate and
To One and All
with the added wish
that the coming year
be a prosperous and
flltj r ftMffi'
To greet you at this
Cheery Season with
all Good Wishes for
Your Happiness and
success during 1939.
Mr. & Mrs. C. E. Waters
The very Best
To our friends and our
neighbors, to the strang
er within our gates al
low us to offer our best
wishes for a merry hol
Bates Book Store
5th and Main
Hillard - Mary - Anna
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Dr. Joe J. Stibal
What's the use of thinking up
A greeting that is new
When just the same good old .
Christmas wish ' "
Is what is meant for YOU 1
Weyrich & Hadraba
Season's Greetings to All
Our Friends and Patrons.
the coming year will bring
to each and every one of
you greater joys and suc
cess than the one closing.
Meet Your Friends at
The Bright Spot
0 LGaEBDBII n I
Of all gifts, none will be finer
than the knowledge and remem
brance of having had the pleas
ure of being of service to you
during the past twelve months.
Ruse Motor Co.
0-K Garage Building
t KERRY CHRISTMAS
May that Holy Star of
Christmas which led wise
men long ago shine upon
you, guide you, bless you
- through the year where
e'er you go is the wish of
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