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THURSDAY. ItlBCH 9, 1929.
PIATTSKOTJTH SEMI - WXEELT J0TTRITA1
From Monday's Dally
Mr. and Mrs. TVm. Nelson were
dinner guests Sunday evening at the
home of Misses Emma and Elizabeth
Sunday Evening Club
Mrs. Marie Richards entertained
the Sunday evening bridge club at
her home last evening: in the south
part of the city.
The women's prizes of the eve-
ning went to Mrs. Ray Herring, first,
and Mrs. Alice Sharpnack, second.
Guy Long was awarded the first
prize in the men's prizes, and Fred
Following the party Mrs. Rich
ards served refreshments.
Entertained at Dinner
Miss Alice Zatopek was the guest
of honor Sunday at a dinner given
by Miss Rosalyn Mark, the occasion
marking the birthday anniversary
of Miss Zatopek.
Sweet Clover, bushel $3.50
A Very Good Grade
An Excellent Grade, bu $4.25
Our Finest Grade, bu $4.80
Slightly Lower Prices on
Full Bag Lots
Bed Clover, bushel $11.50
Brome Grass, per lb 17c
Alsyke Clover, per lb 22 c
Orchard Grass, per 11 22 c
Bed Top, per lb 15c
Timothy, per bu. $2.25
Our Garden Seed Stock
IS NOW VERY COMPLETE
Get Yours Now
Bestor & Sivatek Co.
Phone 151 433 Main St.
Entertain for Visitor
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ptak en
tertained Sunday at a family dinner
party in honor of Frank Ptak of Ar
mour, South Dakota, an uncle of Mr.
Ptak. The afternoon following the
dinner was spent at cards. Mr. and
Mrs. Emil Ptak were guests.
Celebrate Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz KafTenberger
were given a pleasant surprise at
their home on west Oak street Satur
day evening7March 4 by a number of
relatives and friends who came to
help them celebrate their twenty-
fifth wedding anniversary.
The evening was spent in playing
cards and Chinese checkers.
Following the party refreshments
were served to all the guests present.
Celebrates 6th Birthday
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Graves Sunday afternoon was cele
brated the sixth birthday anniversary
of their son, Bobby, which occurs
March Cth. Games were played dur
ing the afternoon. Bobby received
many useful presents. Refreshments
were served at the close of the party.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Graves and daughter, Maxine,
Lester Thimgan. Elizabeth Painter,
Dickie and Karen Kalasek, Larry
Thimgan, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Graves,
sons, Bobby and Gary, daughter,
window rooms. Lace
From Tuesday's Dally
Enjoy Anniversary Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Pickens en
tertained last evening at a lovely
arranged chicken dinner at Caesar's
country club near Omaha. The event
celebrated the second wedding anni
versary of Mr. and Mrs. Pickens.
Their guests for the dinner and
pleasant evening were Mr. and Mrs.
V. C. Soennichscn and Robert M.
How Do You Figure?
Consult Euth Nickel, the Gossard
Stylist About Your Figrure at
Ladies Toggery Friday.
RUTH NICKEL, the Gossard Sty
list, will be at our store in Platts
mouth Friday, March 10, from nine
in the morning to five in the after
noon to consult with women of the
community about their figure.
Gossard foundations are designed
to idealize the seven basic figure
types. "Whether you are average, tall,
or short, straight of hip, or full hip.
heavy or thin . . . there is a correct
GOSSARD for you.
Ruth Nickel will analyze your f g
ure and give you a correct fitting.
There is no charge for this service.
Phone CI for appointment.
THE LADIES TOGGERY,
Shop of Personal Service.
Campbell were returned to their
home by Bob Sitzman and Alex
Those present for the dinner were
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Campbell, Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Carr and Patty Ann, Mr.
and Mrs. Pat Campbell, Alice and
Arvil, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Campbell
and Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Camp
bell, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sitz
man, Bob, Rkhard, Lenora and Floyd
West of Imperial, Nebr.
Such loving kindness will long, be
remembered by Mrs. Campbell.
A SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY
From Wednesday's Daily
The Inkler's card club met Tues
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Fred Bourck at the Herold apart
ments. A number of guests were
present during the afternoon.
Mrs. W. V. Ryan was awarded
first prize, and Mrs. Henry Starkjohn
Refreshments were served at the
conclusion of the party.
March 2nd a delicious C o'clock
dinner was served at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Campbell, being
prepared by Mrs. Pat Campbell, Mrs.
Glen Campbell and Mrs. Alex Camp
bell, jr., honoring the birthday of
their aunt, Mrs. Joe Campbell. In
spite of bad roads, Mrs. Alex Camp
bell, jr., and Miss Alice Campbell,
drove to Plattsmouth after Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Campbell. On returning to
the Pat Campbell home, they found
the dining tables loaded to the brim
with good things to eat. The honor
guest was presented with two lovely
cakes, one by Mrs. Pat Campbell and
Mrs. Alex Campbell, jr., and one by
her daughter-in-law, Mrs. A. P.
Campbell. The evening was spent in
visiting until time for all to return
to their homes. Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Shuffle and Deal Club
Herbert Schuetz entertained the
Shuffle and Deal card club at his
home in the Coronado apartments
First prize of the evening went to
George Jaeger and second to Carl
Refreshments were served follow
ing the party.
IN SERIOUS CONDITION
stock. Ask to see
style S io.
Mrs. Earl Redd, who has been ill
for the past several weeks, is quite
serious at her home at this time.
Mrs. Redd is a sufferer of heart dis
ease and has been bedfast since the
time of her first attack which oc
curred several weeks ago. The many
friends of Mrs. Redd are sad to learn
of her condition and hope that she
may soon rally and be on the high
way to recovery.
C. C. Denham of Chicago, working
under direction of Interstate Nar
cotic association with headquarters
in Chicago is spending the week in
the schools of Cass county. His lec
ture on character and physical health
is given with interesting chalk illus
trations so as to have a message for
the school child of every age. He
spent Monday in the Plattsmouth
schools presenting ih dangers of the
use of narcotics ar.J alcoholic bev
erages to the highest and best de
velopment of the student. He com
manded the closest interest and the
pupils evidently are eager to know
about indulgence in the much ad
vertised narcotics and vying for ton
sumption alcoholic beverages.
For the rest of the week he will
be giving his talk in the schools of
the county and on Saturday will be
speaker at the "W. C. T. U. Institute
at the Methodist church parlor from
10 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. This meet
ing is one of the regular public ses
sions, open not only to members and
friends anywhere but also to men
who may find to attend.
Mr. Denham will give special talk
in the morning at 11 a. m. on "How
theTobacco Industry Put it Over on
the Tobacco Industry Put it Over on
on "Mother's Chance Against the
Legalized Liquor Traffic." It is hoped
many of the rural folk as well as of
the city will avail themselves of this
opportunity. This subject is of vital
present day importance to all; adults
as well as thosew ho are just finding
their places in citizenship.
Following is program, Saturday,
10 a. m., at M. E. church:
Ten o'clock, devotionals, Mrs. G. L.
Presentation of department plans
by local thairman.
Talk, "How Tobacco Industry Put
it Over on the Women." Mr. Denham.
Count Objectives, by county presi
Covered dish lunch at noon hour.
Call to order, 1:15. Devotionals
Mrs. E. V. Thimgan.
Introduction by Mrs. Lora Lloyd
Kieck. county superintendent on
C. T. I. in schools.
Address. "Mother's Chance Against
the Legalized Liquor Traffic."
Selections and discussions. Our re
sponsibility: some findings of the In
terstate Narcotic association.
V. C. T. U. benediction.
HOLD INTERESTING MEETING
The Christian Endeavor society of
the Presbyterian church held a very
impressive Constitutional service Sun
day evening with Eleanor Giles as
The topic was "The Benefit We
Get From Hymns," this being dis
cussed by all and who agreed that
in the Einging of hymns the thoughts
inspired by the words of the hymn
were as necessary as the beauty of
the tune, that from the inspiration
of the words was derived a great
The members of the group enjoyed
two of the old hymns, "Have Thine
Own Way Lord" and "My Faith
Looks Up to Thee," "these bringing
out the tii'e qualities of the beauty
and inspiration of the hymns.
The r-resident of the C. E. an
nounced the first scores of the snow
ball battle and in which the Polar
Bears have 1,038 and the Seals 781.
Each side is building a snow fort
20 feet long, eight feet high and
one foot thick. It is agreed that
forty-eight snowballs will make a
cubic foot. Points are given for
leadership, attendance at church,
Sunday school, society meetings.
The Enrollment ceremony was
then performed by Dr. H. G. Mc
Clusky who read the membership
.cards and urged all to join that
are not enrolled. Those who an
nounced their intention to partici
pate were R o b e t 1 Grassman,
Granville Sigler, Helen Hiatt, Dor
othy Jean Turner, these bringing the
membership to twenty-four.
The president announced that a
business meeting will be held at the
church at 8 o'clock Wednesday. It
is desired that all members attend j
and twenty snowballs will be given
VISITS BUSINESS PLACE
Monday afternoon Henry F. Goos,
recently returned home from the
Clarkson hospital at Omaha, was
down to his plafe of business for the
first time in a period of almost two
months. Mr. Goos has shown a fine
recovery and is fast gaining back
to the same genial "Hank" of many
Learning that Mr. Goos was ex
pected to visit the store a group of
the business men and friends ar
ranged a surprise for the old friend
and neighbor back home, to attest
tne universal feeling of happiness
that Mr. Goos had come through his
ordeal in fine shape and was well on
the highway to recovery.
There were some twenty-five pres
ent at the store when Mr. Goos ar
rived to extend their personal greet
ings and presenting him with a bou
quet as well as a few other tokens
of their high regard.
The best treat of all to the party
was that their old friend is looking
so well and able to again be down
in the business section of the city
where he has spent so many years.
ning. each to give a vocal solo and
The grand master of the Masons
of Nebraska is to be a ,uest of honor
nt the event.
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LAND, FARM and
FOR SALE Spnrtan Barley, ." a
bushel. See George P. Wiles. Weep
ing Water. m9-2td
Cozy 8x10 brood r houe for sale.
(See E. W. Mei&ingcr. Weeping Water.
FOR SALE Spartan lurlry seed. G.
M. Domingo, Weeping Water.
in 9-2 tw
FOR SALE Eight head horses from
4 to C years old. All broke to work.
Twenty bred gilt to farrow in April.
See or write Otto Schafftr at Ne
TO ATTEND MASONIC MEETING
From Monday's Daily
William A. Robertson, past grand
master, Lewis E. Smith, grand secre
tary, W. F. Evers, superintendent of
tbe Masonic Home, with Frank A.
CMoidt and Raymond C. Cook, deputy
grand custodian, are to attend a Ma
sonic meeting at Norfolk this eve
nning. Mr. Cook and Mr. Cloidt are to
appear on the program of the eve-
FOR RENT Six-room house, seven
acres of land, lots of fruit, good out
buildings, and a garage. Also good
water. See Will Oliver at Harry
Henton's residence. ltw
BARTLING'S Pasture Mixture, f 4.T.0
per bushel; Velvet Barley. f0o bu.
10 lbs. Blue Grass Seed. J2.00. Com
plete stock of red and sweet clovers
and timothy. Call on the Edwar'I
Bartling Seed Company in Nebraska
City if you have forage crop seed"
that you will exchange for the'r
farm and garden seeds m9-2sw
FRANK K0ZAK AT REST
The roto-gravure section of tliej
Sunday World-Herald had a very in
teresting picture that had been taken
by Miss Marie E. Kaufmann of this
city. This was a view taken on one
of her European trips and showed
two of the women of the old world
and a most interesting view of a
street in a Swiss village.
From Monday's Xaily
This morning at 10 o'clock at the
Oak Hill cemetery were held the fun
eral services for the , late Frank
Kozak who died at the Clarkson
hospital late Thursday evening fol
lowing a very short illness. The ser
vices were attended by a number of
the old and close associates of the
members of the family. The body
was brought from Omaha where the
remains had been at the Brewer
Korisko funeral home.
The Rev. Louis Kvetensky, pastor
of the First Presbyterian church of
Omaha, conducted the services.
bringing to the members of the fam
ily the comforting words of the scrip
tures. The pall bearers were those se
lected that served for the wife, who
was buried Thursday afternoon, they
being: James Sedlak, Joseph No
votny, Frank Read, Frank Slatinsky,
Albert Schlessl, and Julius Kalasek.
A Sienna Rust sandal with mass perfora
tions and ladder cutouts up the front.
Its straps wrap gracefully across your
instep, then swirl back to the heel, flat
tering your ankle outrageously. And you
will be enchanted at the "small look" of
your foot. Also in Patent and High Ties.
Cass County's Largest Store-- Plattsmouth, Nebr.
We Give Rural School Votes
With Star Brands your
dollars go farther... and
yet buy outstanding values.
Quality uppers . . . leather in
vital parts ... style that
pleases end perfect fit...
all these are yours at prices
you wouldn't think possible.
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School Votes Here
Ad for Friday and Saturday, March 11-12
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!
PflflrnrrC Choc, Marshmallow
Sandwich Fil d. 2 lbs.
OnnnV Orange Slices, Gum Drops ft
UIIIIUI and Chocolates, lb IUC
5 lbs. for
Onnn Tomatoes or Green Beans OQA
vUIlll No. 2 Cans 4 for3C
Sauer Kraut SMitSSSc
fJIflffl CC Yellowstone Sweets
UITA DAD Wheat or Rice Break- C.
Ill Ih-IWI fast Food, Lg. cello bag.vw
catsup BouB:and ice
Reg. or Drip. 2
Ib. Tin or Jar
PEANUT BUTTER EK 32r?.55e
ninrri rC Yellowstone Dills
PnCCrC Paxton Gas Roasted, tin XC.
UUirCL or Jar. 1-lb.f 23c: 2-lbs.. .43C
nnnnrrnillT Texas Seedless
Reg. 5c Rolls, 6 for..
ULLEN'8 MEAT DEPARTMENT
Phone 95 and S3. We have Four Deliveries Daily
8:30 a. m. 10:30 a. m. 2:00 p. m. 4:00 p. m.
BEEF ROAST, extra fancy quality, lb 17
BEEF SHOULDER STEAK, lb. 19t
PLATE BOIL, per lb 11c
BEEF STEW, Cut, No Bone, lb 17
2 lbs. 25c
LEG OF LAMB, per lb... 23
LAMB ROAST, lb 206
LAMB CHOPS, per lb 23c
5 lb. Box . . . .
We Also have a Full Line of Cold Meats
Fresh Oysters, Dill Pickles - Fresh Dressed Chickens