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THURSDAY, JAinrAEY 19, 1S39.
P1ATTSM0TJTH StMI ,WESIY JQTOTAL,
From Monday's Pally
Birthday of Dr. Hudson
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hudson, Sr.,
entertained at a six o'clock dinner
at their home last everlng, the oc
casion being the birthday anniver
sary of their son. Dr. O. C. Hudson.
Those present were members of
the immediate family, they being:
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams of Omaha,
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hudson, and
Dr. and Mrs. O. C. Hudaon and family.
event. The members of the party
had arranged a fine family dinner
and which was very much enjoyed
by all of the members of the group.
Those attending were Mr. and Mrs.
C. N. Turner and family of Mar
quette, Nebraska. County Treasurer
and Mrs. John E. Turner and Dor
ojthy Jean of this -ity, Mr. and Mrs.
N. D. Bothwell and family, Mr. and
Mrs. O. P. Cook and family of Alvo
and O. S. Turner of Elmwood.
Attend Family Dinner
The country Home of Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace Warner was the scene
of a very delightful lamily dinner
party Sunday, the event being in
honor of Mr. and Mr.3. Charles E.
Howard of near Murray, who were
The delicious dinner prepared by
the ladies of the party was served
at the noon hour and in which the
members of the -Warner family and
their families joined in greetings to
the young people who are now start
ing life together.
Honor Aged Lady
A gathering of the members of
the Turner family was held on Sun
day at the home of J. L. Turner at
Elmwood. the occasion honoring the
ninety-fifth birthday of Mrs. John
Turner, Sr., and with the sons. J. L..
and O. S. and the grandchildren and
great grandchildren present for the
Honor Mrs. Slavicek
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Pliny, Jr.
entertained a number of guests at a
12 o'clork luncheon at their home,
1618 Main street Sunday In honor
of Mrs. Pilny's mother, Mrs. Frank
Slavicek -who observed her sixty
The day was spent in visiting and
a sociable good time was held.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Whitmore Melcher, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Uhlifc, Gene Krlngs. all of
Omaha; Miss Mary Holy, Mr. and
Mr3. Vincent Pilny, Jr.. Miss Ruth
Slavicek, Robert Slavicek, and the
guest of honor. Mrs. Frank Slavicek.
Dorothy; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Wiysel and family; Mrs. James Jel
inek, Mr. and Mrs. James Zitka. all
of this city: and Miss Dorothy
Hazuka of Omaha.
Farewell Dinner for Whites
Misses Lillian and Georgia White
were honored guests at a six o'clock
dinner at the home of Miss Etta M.
NIckles in the north part of the city.
The occasion was a farewell din
ner honoring these two ladies who
are to locate in Omaha In the near
Frolic to be held Monday evening,
February 13 at the Fellowship room
of the Presbyterian church was read
by the secretary and was greatly apt
predated by the members. A number
of the young women plan to be In
Plans were also completed for a
card party to be' held in the near
Entertain at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Carr enter
tainori RiinfJav. Januarv 15 at a six
o'clock dinner in honor of J. S
Jones -and son Dwight of Lincoln. Mr.
Jones was formerly a banker in Wy
more. He is now an officer in the
Lincoln Life Insurance company of
Prom Tuesday's Dnr
Have Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Donat en
tertained at a duck dinner on Sun
day Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hendricks.
Enjoy Family Party
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. James Zitka
entertained at a family dinner party
at their home in the south part of
the city. A noon luncheon was served
to all present, they being: Mrs.
Anna Zitka and children, Ernest and
Part Wool, Pretty Plaid
-A BIG VALUE
Rot less than. 5 per c&t woof
Women's - - Misses J 05 Values
Long Sleeve,. Short Sleeve
Slip-Over, Coat Style
January Clearance! .
Regular 83c and SI Val
ues. AH Sizes
Final Clearance of Qual
for . . .
Omaha Guests Here
Mr orfJ Mra TMvvard Brlttaln and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brittain of Omaha Gerald, Mrs. Max Fitzmayer and son.
Given Birthday Surprise
Mrs. Carl Koplschka was an honor
ed guest at a pleasant birthday sur
prise on Monday evening.- The party
of friends spent the evening in cards
and at whi:h much pleasure was de
rived by the group of neighbors and
old friends. In honor of the occa
sion Mrs. Kopischka received a large
number of very beautiful and attrac
At an appropriate hour a much en
Joyed luncheon was served that aided
in making the event one of the great
Those attending were: Mrs. Albert
Stokes, Mrs. W. C. Hennings and son.
Sunday at a family dinner at me
home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stivers
at Glenwood, the wedding of their
youngest daughter, Miss Lucille to
Charles Hunt, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ival Hunt of Pittsburgh, Calif., was
The wedding took place Tuesday,
Oct. 25, 1938 at the Methodist par
sonage in Papillion, Xebr. The single
ring ceremony was performed by Rv.
E. H. Unvert, pastor of the Meth
The young couple were attended
by Miss Georgette Duncan and Frank
Larsen, both of Glenwood. The bride
wore a blue knit suit with wine ac
cessories. The groom wore a grey
Mr. Hunt is employed at the Derby
Oil company service station in Glen
wood. They are at home to their
many friends at 207 South Locust
street In that city. Their many
friends wish them much success in
their new found happiness.
uer Sundav visitors at the home
of Mr.' and Mrs. E. C. Harris and
Mr. and Mrs. Harris entertained
at a six o'clock dinner Sunday In
honor of their guests.
Miss Marie Davis, daughter of John
A. Davis of Murray, became the bride
of Mr. Marion Wiles of Plattsmouth
in a ceremony performed on Thurs
day evening, January 5th, at 5
oVlock at the United Presbyterian
church in Lincoln. The marriage
service was read by Rev. Robert
Yourd. Mrs. Wiles' only attendant
was her sister. Miss Loa Davis.
The bride wore an afternoon dress
of suez alpaca with a corsage of
Mr. and Mrs. Wiles will live south
From Wednesday' Dally
Mr. and Mrs. William Kangor of
Omaha announce the betrothal of
their daughter, Miss Rose Kangor,
to Mr. George Sabatka of this city.
No date has been set for the wed
ding. Mr. Sabatka, who is a native of
Kimball, South Dakota, has resided
in Plattsmouth for the past several
years. He is a nephew of Mrs. Bessie
Aschenbrennr -and ls'at' the present
time employed by the Hinky-Dinky
Degree of Honor Meets
The Degree of Honor ladies met
yesterday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Hermie Svoboda. Around 15
members were present.
A general business discussion was
held, followed by the serving of re
freshments by the hostess, Mrs. Her
mie 'Svoboda assisted by her Bister,
Mrsj Kate Hiber.
The February meeting will be
held at the home of Mrs. Julius Pitz.
Bill. Mr. and Mrs. Will Rice. Mrs
Fred Druecker and Corrine, Mrs.
Anna Hanasek, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Koplschka, Mrs. Gretchen Simmons,
Norman and Yolanda, Mrs. Maxine
Koeb, Sandra and Ronald, Carl Ko
pischka, Kathryn Kopischka and the
guest of honor, Mrs. Kopischka.
Married at Lincoln
- The marriage of Miss Josephine
Darrow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Tenney Darrow of Riverside,
111., formerly of Lincoln, well knowh
here, to Robert Hitchman Wolcott,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd P. Wolcott
of Weeping Water, took place at
4:30 p. in. Tuesday. Dr. E. B. Dean,
chancellor emeritus of Doane college,
assisted by Dr. E. L. Blewfield, per
formed the ceremony in the chapel of
Trinity Methodist church in Lincoln.
Mrs. Frank Darling was at the organ.
A bank of fernery and white tapers
formed the background for the altar.
The bride wore a two piece gray cos
tume suit with black hat and white
gloves. Her Bhoes and purse were of
black patent leather. A dinner for
flie families was held at the Corn
husker at 5:30 p. m. and the table
was decorated to carry out a color
scheme of green and white, fvith
flowers and tapers forming the ap
pointments. The couple plans to live
in Lincoln where Mr, Wolcott is em
ployed by the state highway department.
STUDY OF SCIENCE CLUB
The regular Friday meeting of the
Study of Science club was held Fri
day afternoon, January 13, 1939. The
meeting was opened by Jerry White,
the president. The first speaker of
the afternoon was Mr. Biggs of the
local engineering department. His
talk was on river regulations and
improvements. The minutes were
read by John Soennichsen. The next
speaker was Roy Means who gave a
talk on improvements of the steam
ship. The next and last speaker was
Conley, Galloway who talked on the
life of Robert Fulton.
CAROLINE E. FILLMORE
Grandma Fillmore, as she was
familiarly known, passed away at the
home of her grandson. Harold Tick
nor, in Denver, Colo., January 5,
939, at the age of 98 years, 5 months
and 18 days.
Funeral services were conducted in
the drawing room of the Mores Mor
tuary on Saturday, January 7th, at
3 o'colck. with Rev. W. C. Wasser
officiating at her request. She was
laid to rest-in her wedding dress of
75 years ago. Burial was made in
Fairmont cemetery at Denver.
Musical selections were, "Prayer
Perfect," and "Going Home" by a
Mrs. Fillmore's maiden name wa?
Caroline R. Meeker. She was born at
Elmyra. N. Y., and was married to
J. H. Fillmore during the civil war,
while he was on a furlough.
They came to Nebraska and settled
on a homestead in Saunders county.
where they resided until 1885, when
they moved to Perkins county, where
they lived southwest of Grant until
1894, when they moved to Denver.
Mr. Fillmore passed away Dec. 25,
She leaves to mourn her loss, three
daughters and two sons: Mrs. Nellie
Deprlest of San Francisco; Mrs. T. B.
Nichols of Grant; Mrs. F. E. Ticknor
of Denver, M. K. Fillmore of Grant,
and R. D. Fillmore of Plattsmouth.
She also leaves a number of grand
children and great grandchildren.
She was a charter member of the
Social Union organization of Denver
and affiliated with the Congrega
tional church. Grant (Nebr.) Tri
LIBRARY GETS MAGAZINES
Since congress convened In Jan
uary, the Plattsmouth public library
is the recipient of two very good
magazines, the "Congressional Rec
ord," and tb "Legislative Journal,"
which comes each week. The "Con
gressional Rerord" comes from Wash
ington and the "Legislative Journal" i
comes from the Nebraska state legislature.
You can get Rubber Stamps at
lowestprices at Journal office.
From Monday's Daily
William O. Gillespie of Murdoch
was a business visitor here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joreph Manact-k of
Omaha were here Sunday to visit
for a few hours with their aunt,
Mrs. R. A. Bates.
Dance! Swing and Bohemian. Jan. 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar S. Wescott of
Lincoln were here Sunday to visit
with the E. II. Wescott and Tidtiall
families, returning Sunday eveniiiK
to their home.
Miss Florence Low son was an over
week end visitor here i-t tlie liuino
of her parents. Rev. ami Mrs. J. C
Low son. returning Sunday evening
to Lincoln to resume her university
From Tuesday's Daily
Mr. and Mrs. L. It. I'pton of Union
were business and personal i.-ilois
in the city Saturday.
G. S. Ray of Murray was a visitor
here Saturday where lie came to
attend to some business.
E. N. Vanllorne of the Omaha
Bonding and Mortgage Co.. wa. in
the city Monday to look after some
matters of busings.
Chailes Greene of Union was here
Saturday visiting his sister. Mrs. Ted
Harris and looking after Fonie im
portant matters of business.
Mayor Troy L. Davis of Weeping
Water was here Monday to spend a
few hourB looking after some mat
ters of business and visiting with
his brother, Searl S. Davis.
Miss Anna Palacek was a visitor
in Omaha Tuesday afternoon with
her sister. Miss Celia Palacek, who
is recovering very nicely from a ma
EIGHT MILE GROVE
Sunday, January 22nd
10:30 a. m. English services.
On Wednesday. January 25th the
ladies .aid . will meet at the church
parlors. Hostesses, Mrs. Julius En
gelkemeier and Mrs. Otto Schafer.
Sodality Holds Election
The young ladies of the Blessed
Virgin Mary sodality of the Holy
Rosary church met for their month
ly session on Monday evening at the
club rooms of the church. Election
of officers were held during the eve
ning and the following young women
were chosen to head the group:
Perfect, Miss Florence Sedlak; vice
perfect. Miss Dorothy Zitka; secretary-treasurer.
Miss Wilma Swatek.
A cordial invitation to a Valentine
Sizes 34 to 42
Reg. $3.99 Value
On Sale at ....... .
Sizes 6-1 I
Jumpers and Jackets
Zipper Jackets ..... 93c
Sizes 3 to 1 0
Sizes 36 to 46
Jersey Gloves, pr 10c
Work Sox, pr. . 10c
Work Shirts 49c
"Red Ball" 8-oz.
OVERALLS & JACKETS
Sizes 32 to 50. Each
Oxfords and Straps
Sizes to 2
. On Sale at. . . .
We Give Rural
We Give Rural
AT A REDUCED PRICE
Perfect fitting, no dis
figuring seams or
bulges. Tailored to a
Rayon Taffeta or Satin
Sizes 32 to 44
a four year sheet, evenly
woven for. maximum
wear. Durable selvages.
A symbol of high quality
since Grandmother's day.
Large, finely woven single
thread towel. Mode for service.
Druid, 42x36 19
Pequot, 42x36 29
42" wide, 2 yds. for. 35
Full Cut, Good
Eegular $1 Value'
This Ad for Friday, Saturday, Jan. 20-21
PHONE 93 and 95 WE DELIVER
WE GIVE RURAL SCHOOL VOTES SAVE OUR CASH REGISTER
SLIPS DOUBLE VOTES IF YOU BRING AD TO BE SIGNED!
R-lb. Bac FREE
ILK Kamo lxJ. ....... .25c
GRAPEFRUIT ?7oV s"J!'."...25e
BAIIAIIAS !;?.... 5 lbs... 29c
LETTUCE, large head, each 8c
GRAPE JUICE SAMiT-'.-SSc
PORK fiBEAIiSK'n... 10c
POTATOES ES. TSSP&r. .25c
Req. or Drip. 2
Ib. Tin or Jar
Full lO-lb. Net
"Wt. Cloth Bag
ft I llfCC Yellowstone Queen
ftftftTflEQ Coc. Tops. Chocolates, 1C.
UUUtllkd Sandwich Filled, lb
FLOOR Lighthouse, 48-Ib. Bag. -85c
ftftCETCr Joe's Economy
Fresh ground. Lb.
SUGAR Brown or Powdered 3 lbs. 21 C
CAI1DY &-JS&'3'b 1 5c
4-1 b. Jar
6 Pkgs. 25C
nCnC Tender, No. 3 Sieve. No. 2 OE
rfcilJ Cans, 97c doz. 3 for
nCnriC Gr. Nthn. 100 lbs., $3.00 -i 7
UfclUlO 10 lbs.. 33c; 5 lbs I IC
Tomato Juice Giant 50-oz. Tin . . 23c
MULLEN'S MEAT DEPARTMENT
BEEF ROAST, extra fancy quality, lb 17
BEEF STEW, no bone, lb...
BEEF SHOULDER STEAK, lb 20
2 lbs. 25c
PORK CHOPS, choice Center Cute, 2 lbs 35$
PURE PORK SAUSAGE, lb 15
MEATY NECK BONES, 6 lbs 2.5t
5 lb. Cox
We also Carry a Full Line of Cold Meats
and Freshly Dressed Chickens