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THITE5DAY, BTCEHirS 22. 1928.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WTT.TTLY JOttfeNAL
rrom Tuesday' Daily
Roy Derby of Springfield! Ne
braska "was a business visitor In
John Cloidt, Jr., ri-turned today
from Creighton University to spend
the holidays here with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wagner, Mar
vin and Donna Beth and John Robert
Brown of Ceresco were guests Sun
day at the home 6f Rev. and Mrs.
J. C. Lowson.
Miss Florence Lowson, a student
at Wesleyan University in Lincoln,
is enjoying the Christmas vacation
here w ith her parents, Rev. and Mrs.
J. C. Lowson.
GOLDEN ROD STUDY CLUB
TO UNDERGO OPERATION
From Tuesday's Daily
Douglas Reno, fifteen months old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reno was
placed in the Univers.ty hospital in
Omaha yesterday undur the care of
an eye specialist. He has been suf
fering from an eye infection for the
past ten days and it is feared that
unless an emergency operation is per
formed the baby may lose the sight
of his eye.
Mrs. Inez Thompson, who was
called here by the death of her
mother, Mrs. J. E. Jones, departed
Saturday evening for her home. Mrs.
Thompson while here had the pleas
ure of meeting a number of the old
time friends that she had known so
well in the years of her residence
TO CHRISTMAS IN MISSOURI
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rosen crans are"
planning on spendini; their Christ
mas holidays in Hontwell, Missouri,
where they will be guests of the par
ents of Mrs. Rosencrans and enjoy
the holiday season.
The annual Christmas party of the
Golden Rod Study club was held at
Addie Perry's beautiful country
home. A very unusual program was
enjoyed under the capable leader
ship of Beryl Dick, assisted by Jen
nie Cole, she reviewing Christmas
in other lands.
Several musical group singings
were rendered and thoroughly enjoy
ed. The hostess and associate hos
tesses, Nellie Spangler and Kath
erine Wiles served delightful refresh
ments. Then the Christmas gifts were de
livered, each being given by a mys
tery sister. A great deal of pleasure
was derived from this.
HOME FROM WEST COAST
From Tuesday' Dally
Ben McCarty, who has been visit
ing on the west coast for the past
summer and fall, returned home this
morning. Ben has been at Oakland
and San Diego, California, for several
months and on the way back to Ne
braska stopped at Oklahoma City, be
ing a guest at the home of his uncle,
Robert Wohlfarth and family for a
IN SERIOUS CONDITION
The reports from the west coast
are to the effect that Mrs. Jeanette
Morgan Atkinson, former Platts
mouth lady, is very gravely ill at her
home in San Diego, California. Mrs.
Atkinson has been In failing health
for several months and her condi
tion has become such that little hope
of her recovery is entertained.
ATTEND TEMPLAR MEETING
From Monday's Dally
Attorney W. A. Robertson and Wil
liam F. Evers were in Grand Island
yesterday where they attended a
meeting of the Knights Templar
From Monday's Daily
Hold Christmas Party
The members of the Catholic
Daughter of America Sunday ob
served their annual Christmas party
which was held at the home of Mrs.
E. A. Webb, where the settings had
been most attractively arranged in
the theme of the holiday season. The
handsomly decorated tree and fire
place added to the charm of the
The event was in the nature of a
covered dish luncheon and enjoyed by
a very large number of the members.
The afternoon was spent in cards,
bridge and pinochle serving to enter
tain the ladies. In the bridge games
Mrs. W. H. Woolcott was winner of
the high score and Mrs. John L.
Hadraba, consolation, while in the
pinochle games Miss Josephine Rys
had high score and Mrs. Hermie Svo
boda the consolation.
At an appropriate hour Santa
Claus appeared on the scene and
gave out the presents for the ladies.
The date was also the birthday an
niversary of Mrs. John L. Hadraba,
who was presented with a gift in
honor of the event.
Miss Theresa ilemple, member 01
the Lincoln court, was a guest of the
The hostesses were Mrs. Webb,
Mrs. Elmer Bennett, Mrs. Lester Gay-lord.
From Tuesday's Dally
Hold Steak Fry
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Theo
dore Ptak on North Sixth street was
the scene of a very delightful social
gathering Monday evening as a group
of some twenty guests enjoyed a
steak fry and covered dish luncheon.
The attractive game room of the
home was used for the fry and the
steaks grilled by the fireplace and
made a most toothsome treat. The
members of the party surprised the
host and hostess by coming in a wide
assortment of costumes that added to
the fun of the evening.
From the warmth in our hearts to the
warmth in your homes, we wish you $
One SBp yojous Christmas J
E. J. RSCESEY
f MARY - DON - MARTIN - LESTER
H and ED KELLY at Cedar Creek Yard
Seniors Have "Kid" Party
The senior class or the Plattsmouth
high school held a "Kid" party last
night at the high school building.
Members of the faculty were guests
for the evening of fun. The first
part of the program was an amateur
program in which Miss Helene Perry
won the prize for the faculty and a
team comprised of Jim Sandin and
Bill Armstrong won the student
prize. The group then went down to
the gymnasium where the remainder
of the evening was spent in playing
games and dancing. There was a very
good attendance of both students and
faculty. Eleanore Giles and Kathryn
Barkus received the prize for the
best costumes. Delicious refresh
ments were served.
Have Christmas Party
The Plattsmouth Woman's club
had their Christmas party last eve
ning at the home of their president,
Mrs. Elmer Sundstrom. After the
business meeting a beautiful and im
pressive candle lighting service was
presented under the direction of Mrs.
E. H. Wescott. Mrs. John Wolff and
Mrs. William Heinrich were readers.
Soloist was Miss Fern Jahrig. Those
As you gather around your family fireside at this joyful
Christmas season, know that you carry with you our
BEST WISHES FOR
88 Health, Happiness and Prosperity Throughout the Coming Year! $
H. A. Schneider
Frank A. Cloidt
C. J. Schneider
taking part in the candle lighting
were Misses Selma Diehm, Garnet
Claire, Dorothy Clock, Miss Uben,
Sylvia Korbel, Katherine KImsey,
Jane Oakes. Mrs. Devoe played the
piano. The group sang Christmas
While refreshments were being
served, Santa Claus appeared and
gave treats to each member present.
Hostesses were members of the social
committee comprised of Mrs. John
Wolff. Mrs. J. C. Woest, Mrs. Frank
Korsak, Mrs. Frank Mullen, Mrs.
William Heinrich. The music com
mittee, Mrs. E. H. Wescott, Mrs. J. A.
Capwell and Mrs. L. S. Devoe, had
charge of the program.
From Wednesday's Dally
The marriage of Miss Pauline
Stubbendeck, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Stubbendeck, Unadilla,
to Lloyd Clark Colbert. Wabash, took
place Tuesday, December 20, at
North Branch in Otoe county. Rev.
George Bergstraesser officiating. The
young man Is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Colbert, prominent residents
of Cass county, and is engaged in
K. B. Club Has Dinner
Mrs. Paul Wohlfarth entertained
the K. B. club last night at a C:30
turkey dinner. The house was very
beautifully decorated for Christmas
and a charmingly arranged dinner
was served, with Christmas favors
for each. White elephants wrapped
like Christmas gifts, were brought
by each member to serve as prizes.
Mrs. Frank Bestor had the highest
score and had first chance at choosing
a prize. This created a lot of fun
for the group. Gifts whih had been
put under the Christmas tree were
then exchanged and a special gift
was presented by Mrs. Wohlfarth.
It was a lovely Christmas party and
each member of the club fully en
joyed the evening.
the finest of foods - for
1 r. Ckl i I
I -I - I I 1! a
Christmas dinner is a per
fect climax to a day fitted
with happiness and joy.
JVinAy IDinAy wilt help
you make it a feast lony
to be remembered and still
heep the cost well within
We Will Be Open Evenings Until Christmas
Avalon Brand Kuner's Fancy Garden
Fruit Cocktail PEAS 9fnr9fi!c
No. 21- U QC N' 303 c&ns -
Can -L Thompson Seedless
Del Monte Fancy RAISINS PQC
Tomato Juice 21b pk5 ' 15; 4'lb
Giant 46-oz. -fl F?C JELL-O .fl In
Can JL id Six Delic. Flavors, 3 Pkgs. .U.TI
HINKY-DINKY WISHES YOU A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS
- - - at Value Prices!
Christmas Broken Mix
Old Fashioned Xmas Mix Candy,
Chocolate Drops, Orange Slices..
Chocolates KrfkKSftVw.; s..b...05c
Chocolates KCst, F3c-V7s!cT&b..90c
.Pfa e Her Majesty or Sensation f fin
ftlcFirAc;! Chocolate Covered. 1-lb. box AV
Mint Patties fXs F.AN.CY 21c
TASTY NEW CROP m
Mixed Nuts 2&&?ftUZVl .20c
Brazil Nuts Medium washed, ib igc
PeanUtS Fresh, Jumbo Roasted, Bulk, lb.-lOC
PeCanS Large, Bleached Papershell, lb 23 C
AlmOndS Drake, lb. ... 23c
WalnUtS Long Type, Baby 2 lbs. 35C
nlrtfMAMfl or EUREKA Large Budded fCf
JDiamOnCi English Walnuts, Ib ZC
Jnicy, California Sunkist Seedless Navels
Med. Size, Doz., 17y2p; Large Size, Doz
Juicy Texas, Large
Size, Doz., 23c; Each . .
Fancy Ida Winesaps or
Ark. Blk, bu, $1.7S. lb.
Fey. Colo. Jonathons 4iff A
Juicy Florida, Large
Size, Dozen . X-Pw
Solid Arizona, head
Tender Cal, Lg. Stalk. UC
Jumbo Size, 1-lb.
Cellophane Bag . .
Calif. Green Tops
Largo Bunch ....
U. S. No. 1 Louis.
Porto Rican. .4 lbs.
Golden Hallowii fO
in Bulk . 2 lbs. XVC
.4 for 19'
Puts Magic in Your
BakinS $-f .29
24-lb., 69; 48-lb. ii
AVe will hv a iJirf S-lerloa of tfce HumI Krrli-Irra
Turkeys Duclis Geese Cliiclxcns
A J MONEY-SAVING THICKS
Rath's Tenderized, Shankless p q
They're amazingly Tender f U)
Whole or Half, lb
BeeE Eloaslt Ssy.nh'KB.WU ib.!4c
Porli Roost SSX Lo,n8:.e"d 12c
Ham&usrgeir Khf. .G:"nd.BeIf .b8.25c
Lord dkrr:":nd2 .bs. 15c
Porli Cfaops STr1: 10c
Pop!: Gatisane B'ii" . . HCc
V CZ&fr Tender. Juicy Sirloin or ?r
wwcx T-eone, id
Mince Uoot Ieu,rkCWd.Q.u,.".t.':.'.2 .b.33o
Oysters qCS5: if" p1"k 22c
Bacon a'aat'Siirfiir!'. 24c
i2-lb. Pkgr33; 14-lb.
Brown L., 0. Pekoe 'tJOf
i2-lb. rkg, 37 ; 14.1b. AV
Just Like Corn Off the Cob
2 for 23c
lYIifiiGc T!Iot V"p"nid'MiJ
Wb t rat, 1-lb. Jar, J jci 2-1 b. Jar
Puddings rsnahn'.,..Fn,.u.or.F,.g.'.No:..2 r.r25c
Elatz Butter Craclzcrs ViS:. . . .22c
Salad Dressing q!T jSn"7. 33c
CoSee WicfsTii.""1." 45c
Bread SSS HJK Wilr Oc
mtm Iwm wrapprdi I'rlmr Alhert, Vrlvrt or 00
1 OlJflCCu K''!'1". !- - Oraaarer, 1-lb. "vJQ
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Cake Flour oor
234-lb. Pkg iCi)
1-lb. Can, 20 Eyl'fl C
3-lb. Can 8)iL
1 Lb. Can
or Glass Jar
Date, Fig or Plum
Small Can, 14 Qq
Fine Granulated Beet
Glencoe Soda f T p
2-lb. Caddy Jill
48-R. Sack JP Kif
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