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THURSDAY, JAUTTAHY 3, 1S39.
PLATTSHOtJTH SElC - VTEXEXY JOTT&UL
Don McCarroll was a cue3t Sun
day at the home of Mildred and Roy
Mis Lela Stoval of Avoca was a
week end guest at the home of Mil
James Hoschar was unloading a
car of coal for the Murray lumber
yard Tuesday of this week.
Fred Beverage was called to Platts
mouth Monday where he had some
business matters to look after.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucean Carper and
the kiddies were over to Nehawka
last Sunday, guests at the home of
the mother of Mr. Carper.
Rex Young, the auctioneer, was
looking after business and posting
bills for sales to occur in the near
future in Murray last Monday.
A fine son was born last Friday,
December 30, to Mr. and Mrs. Art
Nickles at the home of her mother
at Weeping Water. All. are doing
Miss Mildred Wilson spent two
days of her Christnias vacation visit-,
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Dickerson of Auburn as well as
friends in Peru.
Mrs. Earl Merritt who has been
having a case of the flu for the past
two weeks, was able to step out of
doors and make a visit to the Smith
store last Monday.
Edna Wilson of Union spent her
Christmas vacation with her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilson of
Murray as well as the F. T. Wilson
home. She spent a few days at the
Herbert Beins. home also.
Art Poynter who has been living
in the propert yof Roy Upton, who
is having the house moved to Union,
is up against thep roposition of
where to live. He has a move com
ing and just don't know what it is
but he knows it is somewhere.
Robert Sedlak, Jr., spent the week
end at the home of his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Wilson of Murray.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilson spent
New Year's day at the Herbert Beins
home. A fine turkey dinner was
served by the hostess, Mrs. Beins.
Mrs. W. S. Smith who has been
confined to hef home with the flu for
the past three weeks was able to
accompany the husband last Sunday
when they went to Plattsmouth and
spent New Year's day at the home of
her brother, James W. Holmes and
wife. ... .
Mr. " and Mrs. Herbert ' Beins en
tertained at their home last Sunday
and had as their guestH for the occa
sion the parents of Mrs. Beins, Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Wilson, sr., as well
as the family of Roy Beins. All had
a most enjoyable time and an ex
cellent dinner was served by Mrs.
New Viaduct Causes Changes.
Just what the ultimate result of
the new viaduct which is to span the
Missouri Pacific tracks at Murray
will be is the subject of much specu
lation. Just now the immediate af
fect has been that Joe Martis has
DRY GOODS OH GROCERIES
YOU SAVE AT MURRAY
Prints, fast color, attractive patterns, yard 12
Linen Crash Toweling, 18-in. width, per yard ISt
Outing Flannel, good weight, light or dark, yard ..110
94 Sheeting (81 inches wide), per yard .34
Pillow Tubing, 40 and 42-inch, per yard 160
Muslin, good standard quality, per yard . .80
Dependable Work Shoes
Men's Wolverine Horsehide Shoes, plain or cap . $3.75
Men's Wolverine Horsehide Shoes, nailed soles . $2.98
Boys' Wolverine Horsehide Shoes, pair $1.98
Overalls for Men or Boys
Men's Overalls, Waist Band, Express Stripe, pair. .690
Men's Big Smith Overalls, all sizes, pair. $1
Omar or Victor
48-lb. Bag A
Granulated Sugar Al$
Butter-Nut Coffee R4q
2-lb. Tin or GUiss Jar & A
Prunes, 40-50 Size 5?C
Santa Claras, 3 lbs
Prince Albert llfiC
Tobacco, per tin AV
been compelled to move his house
some fifty feet to the north of its
present location. This will shorten
the length of the lots by that
amount. Alongside the Martis place
In that of Roy Upton of Union, where
he has a residence and a lot. This
13 also In the way, so Mr. Upton, tak
ing the matter philosophically con
cluded -to move the house to Union
and place it on one of his lots there
which he is doing and has made a
present of the remainder of the lot
to his neighbor, Mr. Joseph Martis.
Murray Schools Opened Tuesday.
The Murray schools which were
closed for over two weeks that the
kiddies could enjoy a vacation and
the teachers get a rest from the work,
reopened again Tuesday to resume
the regular grind.
Celebrates 27th Anniversary.
Charles Sporer was born in the
neighborhood of Murray some 27
years ago, was educated in the Mur
ray schools and chose as a life part
ner. Miss Stull, making her home
north of Plattsmouth and have made
their home there since that time.
Last Sunday, January 1st, Mr. Sporer
arrived at the 27th milestone and the
event was celebrated by a family din
ner at their home when all the mem
bers of the Sporer family were called
together to appropriately celebrate
the event. A very fine dinner and a
fine time was the result, with all of
the members of the family presenting
Charles with a valuabl eand substan
Those present were Charles Sporer
land wife, Martin Sporer and family,
Chester Sporer and family and Wm.
Sporer, the father. Wm. Sporer made
Charles a present of a subscription to
the Plattsmouth Journal.
Enjoyed Their Visit Here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kennedy of
Spokane, Wash., who with their lit
tle daughter have been spending
some ten days with relatives and
friends, guests at the home of Mrs.
Kennedy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
G. Long, have departed for their
home in the west. They have visited
friends and relatives in this vicinity
and at Plattsmouth, Lincoln and Om
aha. They departed Wednesday for
Kearney, where they visited with
Dr. G. L. Taylor and family and then
continued on west.
Attended Funeral Friday.
Mrs. Doctor. Smith, a physician,
wife of Mr. Ashby Smith of South
Omaha, who was doctor of the family
of Chester Shrader of South Omaha
and as well friends of George E.
Nickles. passed away last week. Mr.
and Mrs. Nickles went to Omaha to
attend the funeral last Friday.
Passes 17th Anniversary.
Roy Wilson was 17 years of age
last Sunday, January 1, and his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Font Wilson, gave
him and his young friends an enter
tainment and a very fine dinner last
Sunday evening. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Font T. Wilson, Clara
Mae Taylor, Robert Sedlak, jr., Dale
Big M, 3-lb. Bag
10 lbs., 39
Fey. Pork Chops
Lean Cent. Cnts, lb
Sugar Cured, lb
Solids, per lb. Ctn
An or Brick, 2-lb. box
5-lb. loaf, 93
- Murray, Nebr.
Long, Don McCarroll, Miss Mildred
Wilson, Roy Wiles, Linda Stovall,
Doc Renner and the guest of honor,
Visited Friends Here.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krunckler, for
merly of Center, In Knox county,
but later staying tn Omaha looking
after some business, were visiting
at the home fo their nice, Mrs. Frank
Mrasek in Murray for a number of
days past and will oson depart for
Kansas where they will spend the
winter. They spent New Year's with
their nephew and niece.
Celebrate New Year's.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hobsoheidt, jr.,
living west of Murray were host and
hostess to a number of friends Sun
day when all celebrated the day hap
pily and enjoyed an excellent din:
ner. Those present for the occasion
were Mr. and Mrs. John Hobscheidt,
sr., and family, LInnie McVey and
family, Mrs. Frank Schlegel, H.
Kuntz and wife.
Back to Their Studies.
Miss Loa Davis and Lofs Meade,
both of whom are attending school
at the University of Nebraska and
have been home during the mid-winter
holidays, returned to Lincoln last
Monday to take up their studies on
Tuesday of this week.
A birthday supper was held in
honor of Roy Wilson Sunday, New
Year's night at his home.
The table was decorated with blue
and pink streamers extending from
the lights to each corner of the table.
A large angel food cake very beauti
fully decorated in pink and blue
served as the centerpiece. It was
baked and decorated by Mrs. Wilson,
his mother. During the supper two
large candles furnished light for
each end of the table.
The fore part of the evening was
spent in playing bingo. Those pres
ent to enjoy the evening were: Miss
Clara Mae Taylor of Plattsmouth;
Dale Long of Murray; Don McCarroll
of Plattsmouth; Miss Mildred Wil
son of Murray; Miss Lela Stoval of
Avoca; Roy Wilson, the guest of
HAVE PLEASANT VISIT
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kalina and son,
Edwin, who have been spending the
holiday season in Washington with
Mr. and Mrs. Newell Pollard, return
ed home Friday. They enjoyed very
much the visit in the interesting
northwest, Mr. Pollard being engaged
in teaching. While there they also
visited the Bonneville dam, one of
the great projects that the govern
ment has created in the Pacific coa3t
RECEIVE GOOD NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Olson of
this city have received the announce
ment of the birth on New Year's 'day
to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kocian of
Omaha, of a fine little son, Richard
Lee. The mother and little one are
doing nkely and the occasion has
brought much pleasure to Mr. and
Mrs. Olson, the grandparents.
From Wednesday's I illy
Ray Haslam of Weeping Water
was a visitor in the city today to
attend to some matters of business
and visiting with friends.
Passing 1 988 - Welcome 1 SD
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and by resources made available through membership
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Booklet with more detailed information sent on request.
Nebraska City Federal Savings Loan Association
Chartered and Supervised by U. S. Government
From Monday's Dally
Entertains for Birthday
In honor of the birthday anniver
sary of Roy Wilson, a very delightful
dinner party was held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Wilson and
family at Murray Sunday. Those who
attended were Dale Long, Don Mc
Carroll, Marie Stones, Clara Mae Tay
lor, Roy and Mildred Wilson.
Hold Dancing Party
Miss Rachel Robertson entertain
ed at a dancing party on New Year's
eve for a number of friends who are
home for the holidays from college.
The evening was spent in dancing
and playing games.' Shortly before
midnight delicious refreshments were
served, and the group saw the old
year out and the new year in. The
home was beautifully decorated with
mistletoe, evergreen and holly.
There were twelve couples pres
ent. Those from out of town were
Mis3 Patricia Green, Miss Frances
Keefer, Miss Barbara True, Bob
Evans and Ralph Schoebert of Lin
coln, who, with the exception of
Miss True, remained as house guests,
returning Sunday evening. Eight dif
ferent colleges were represented at
From Tuesday's Dally
Hon. Troy L. Davis of Weeping
Water was a visitor in the city to
day. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Woest and chil
dren spent yesterday in Brock visit
ing with Albert Woest, brother of
From Tuesday's Daily
Spend Holiday Here
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Manacek of
Omaha were here Monday to enjoy
a New Year turkey dinner at the
home of their aunt, Mrs. R. A.
Eates. After spending the day here
they returned to their home in the
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ulrich enter
tained New Year's day a group of
the relatives at a very delightful
dinner party that was very much
enjoyed. Those attending were Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Ferrie. parents of
Mrs. Ulrich, Mr. and Mrs. L. F.
Otto of Auburn and Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Chriswis3er of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson of Lin
coln, former Plattsmouth residents,
announce the engagements of their
daughters. Miss Florence Nelson, to
Frank Moran, of Omaha; Miss Mar
garet Nelson, to Louis Camp, of Lin
coln, and Miss Marie Nelson to Mel
vln Stockton, of Sulphur, Okla. The
marriages will take place in the
Have Family Gathering
The home of Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
Hild was the scene of a very pleas
ant gathering of relatives at the
coming of the new year. These were
the brothers and sisters of Mr. and
Mrs. Hild as well as the members of
their own immediate family. Those
who enjoyed the delightful time
were Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Hild, Mr.
and Mrs. Jake Hild, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Frederich. Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Puis and children, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Puis, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lutz,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gansemer, Mr.
and Mrs. John L. Hild and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hild and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hild
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Verner
Hild and family.
Enjoy New Year Party
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walters en
tertained on New Year's eve at their
home on South Sixth street. The Eve
ning was spent In playing cards. At
a late hour delicious refreshments
were served by the Misses Ruth
Gaines and Bonnie Jean Walters.
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Kiel, Mr. and Mrs. August Kopp, Mr.
and Mrs. C. O. Carlberg, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Drucker and son of Murray
and Miss Ruth Gaines.
Woman's Club Meeting
The Plattsmouth Women's Club met
last night at the home of Mrs. D. S.
Sumner. Hostesses were Mrs. Ed.
Ofe, Mrs. R. T. Cuthrell, Mrs. Sam
Gilmour, Mrs. P. Y. McFetridge and
Mrs. A. H. Duxbury.
After a short business meeting a
very fine talk and demonstration on
"A bird's Eye Viewof the Bible" was
given by C. C. Wescott. Mr. Wescott
has a wonderful knowledge of the
Bible and his talk was very much
I enjoyed. Delicious refreshments were
served at the close of the meeting.
DEATH OF MASONIC LEADER
Millard M. Robertson, president of
the Nebraska Masonic Home associa
tion, and one of the well known Ma
sonic leaders of the state, died Mon
day night at his home after an illness
of some duration.
Mr. Robertson was one of the busi
ness and Industrial leaders of Omaha
and was the president of the Evans
Laundry Co., one of the largest plants
of its kind In the west.
Mr. Robertson was for many years
a member of the board of control of
the Masonic Home and its first vice
president for several years and on
the death of James M. Robertson, of
this city, was made the president of
The deceased was well known here
where he has been a frequent visitor
at the Nebraska Masonic Home and
the friends will regret to learn of his
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank those who were
go kind to us in the hour of sorrow
at the death of our son, brother and
grandson. We wish to thank the
members of the quartet. Rev. Paul
Dick, the pall bearers and friends
and neighbors. Especially do we wish
to thank Superintendent Tom Jolly
who came here with our loved one.
Mr. and Mrs. William Renner and
Family; Charles Herren.
T0WNSEND CLUB MEETING
The Townsend Old Age Assistance
club will hold a meeting on Friday
evening at 7:30 at the Recreation
Center. The public and those inter
ested are .invited to attend.
VISIT LINCOLN FRIENDS
Dr. and Mrs. P. T. Helneman and
daughter, Margaret, were guests
over the week-end at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Mohrman and
NET YEAR'S GATHERINGS
From Monday's Daily
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Palmer are
spending the day visiting with Mr.
Palmer's father and other relatives
at Afton, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Pitz and fam
ily are spending New Year's day at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Tutt
Major and Mrs. Flint and daugh
ter Peggy of Omaha were dinner
guests Friday evening of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Knorr. Peggy and Jean
Knorr are schoolmates at LIndewood
Dr. and Mrs. O. C. Hudson left
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Basil
Judson and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rey
nold of OmaRa for Kansas City where
they are spending New Year's with
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson enter
tained at a New Year's day dinner
Sunday. The guests present were Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Swatek and daugh
ters, Mary and Wilma, Mrs. Joseph
Jelineck, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kalina
and son. Edwin and Mr. Ted Spaustat
CHIEF TAKING TREATMENT
Chief of Police William Barclay is
off duty for a few days as he Is tak
ing treatment at Omaha for a long
standing illness. In his absence from
duty Officer Herbert Johnson is act
ing as chief and Frank Boetel serv
ing as the extra night officer In place
Ad for Friday, Saturday, Jan. 6 and 7
PHONE 95 WE DELIVER
COOKIES SS-Sr-VWK. -1 5c
POTATOES K. raPtek1.?. -25c
FLOUriLighthouse, 48-lb. Bag. .05c
Full lO-lb. Net
Wt. Cloth Bag
Ofinri Tomatoes or Green Beans OQf
bUlilJ No. 2 Cans 4 for fcJP
OatnealSweet Tooth, 5-lb. Bag.IOC
coiuimeal or White. 5-lb. bag. 15c
Fri. Sat., Only
MULLEN'S' MEAT DEPARTMENT
BEEF ROASTS, extra fancy, lb.. : 1C
PLATE BOIL, lean, meaty, lb 10
2 lbs. 25c
PORK CHOPS, choice Center CuU, 2 lbs 35
PORK BUTT ROAST, lean, lb HVlt
PURE PORK SAUSAGE, lb 15
PORK BRAINS, lb. .'. 10$
LEG OF LAMB, lb 25
Pioneer Sliced -5
lb. Dos .
CHEESE, American or Brick, 2-lb. box 43
FRESH OYSJERS, Solid Pack, full Pint 23
REPORT OF CONDITION
PLATTSMOUTH STATE BAIIX
of Plattsmouth, Nebr.
Charter No. 786 in the Stat of N
hraxka nt th Clo of Business
December 31, 1938.
Loans ami Discounts I S22.327.ie
Overdrafts 53. &0
Iionris an1 Securities (ex
clusive of cash reserve) .. 233. 573.00
EankiiiK House, Furniture
and Kitim-s 18,300.0i
Casli in Hank and Due from
National and State Hanks,
subject to check 193. CIS. 6C
Capital Stock Common $ SO.OOO.Oi)
Surplus Fund V.Z.iXiO. 00
Undivided Profits (Net)... 31.030.26
Keserve for Dividends. Con
tingencies, Interest, Taxes,
Interest Collected Not
Karned 2,913.. 6
its subject to
of Deposit 330.S29.92
Saving; Deposits. 143,751.68
Certified Checks . 51.00
Cashiers Checks. 5,180. OS 924.C79.il
State of Nebraska 1
County of Cass J
I, II. A. Schneider, President of the
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is a true and
correct copy of the report made to the
Department of Banking.
II. A. SCMNKIDKR.
HENRY HORN. Director.
FRANK A. CLOIDT, Director.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 3rd day of January. 1H39.
(Seal) Notary Public.
(My Commission expires Oct. 19. 1944)
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