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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI . -WEEEtt JOUSITAL
MOJTDAY. MAY 1. 1929.
From Thursday's Daily
Wednesday Afternoon Club
Mrs. Neville Ilotiscn served as
hostt-s3 to the Wednesday afternoon
bridge club at her home yesterday
afternoon. Mrs. Walter Tritsch, Mrs.
Russell Kunz, and Mrs. E. H. Bern
hardt were the guests of the club.
Mrs. Hudson won the first prize;
Mrs. M. A. Webb, second; and Mrs.
Walttr Tritsch. third. The Ace of
Spades prize was awarded to Mrs.
At the conclusion of the party
Mrs. Iiodson served refreshments.
Pinochle Club Meets
Mrs. F R. Guthmann entertained
the Pinochle club at her home on
Wednesday afternoon. A large group
of the members were present and a
rplendid and enjoyable afternoon was
:pcnt by the ladies.
The guests devoted their time to
playing pinochle and Mrs. William
Puis received the highest honor, and
lean Bib, 3 lbs
Perl: Liver flflc
Young, Tender, lb
Ireshly Ground .Beef Qf
Cuts. 2 lbs. for As V
Pork Chops gf
Choke Center Cuts, lb.
Cu dahy's Quality
or KING BOLOGNA
Selected, 2 lbs 3
Sugar Cured J A
Per lb. J-U
iS?...: 2 for 15c
S'nZ'L 2 for 25c
Choice Blenheim Dried
Louisiana Red AS.O
Triumphs, lO lbs
Cabbage & q
New Fr. Solid Green, lb.
Fey, Red Ripe, lb.-Al
Jnicy California Sunkist
Seedless Navel ,
Ige.v Size, doz., 27
Medium Size, doz. .
2 Large Bunches .
Fancy Mixed Dried
2 lbs. d c
Pioneer Vacuum Packed
Mb. Glass Jar Jxi&
5-lb. Pail TlSr
Bak'g Powder fl
Mb. Can iL F
Giant 50-oz. j
LYE 3 Cans. . .Ai
Big 4 White Naptha
10 Giant Bars UtJ?
Ad for Plattsmouth, Tues.
and Wed., May 2 and 3
i iinaiii'liMMi tm 1 11 i immm -timi ninr-
Mrs. John Schutz was awarded sec
Following the party a 6 o'clock
dinner was served by the hostess,
Mrs. - Guthmann, assisted 1 by her
daughter, MiS3 Minnie, and Mrs. Paul
Lemke of Omaha.
Centra! Teachers Club
The Central Building Teachers'
Bridge club met last evening at the
Elmer Sundstrom home on Main
street for their last club gathering
of the school year, this being in the
form of a farewell party. Hostesses
for the occasion were Misses Dorothy
Clock, Sylvia Korbel, and Amelia
The evening was taken up by the
playing of bridgeby the members.
The party was concluded with the
serving of refreshments by the hos
tesses. All enjoyed a good time and the
club showed a " very favorable and
profitable time spent during ' the
3chool year of 1938-39 during the
Christian Aid Society
The ladies' aid society of the Chris
tian church met on Wednesday after
noon at the church parlors. Hos
tesses for the occasion were: Mes
dames Lester Thimgan, Charles D.
E'almer, Everett L. Gooding, Earl
Bailey, Misses Mary Jane Mark, and
A program, presided over by the
chairman, Mrs. J. R. Stine, was pre
sented during the course of the after
noon's entertainment, it being in the
form of a radio program. Mrs. Hal
Garnett rendered a beautiful solo,
"Tuck Me to Sleep in My Old Ken
tucky Home." Mrs. C. D. Palmer
gave a review of her recent trip to
Florida. Two readings were given
by Mrs. Sally Gochenour and Mrs.
Hazel Moore. Mrs. Ed Ofe gave re
sumes of her trip that she took dur
ing her visit in the Ozarks.
The afternoon session was conclud
ed with the serving of refreshments
by the hostesses. A social hour was
held during the luncheon.
Honor Mrs. Adah Moore
Last evening, the home of Mayor
and Mrs. George Lushinsky was the
scene of a delightful gathering when
the children, grandchildren and
greatgrandchildren of Mrs. Adah
Moore were present to help her cele
brate the passing of her eighty
fourth birthday anniversary.
The evening was spent in social
gathering and visiting among the
group present. A luncheon was serv
ed to all present during the even
ing. Those present to help "Grandma"
Moore celebrate the occasion were:
Mrs. J. W. Jones, of Shenandoah,
Iowa; Mrs. Edgar Tunnell, of King
City, Missouri; A. O. Moore, of Ash
land; Mrs. Paul Wohlfarth and Mrs.
George Lushinsky, of this city, these
being the children of Mrs. Moore.
There were also present Miss Pa
tricia Cloidt, of Omaha; Mrs. Wal
lace Terryberry, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Fitch and family, A. W. Cloidt and
son Billy. Mrs. A. O. Moore of Ash
land and Kenneth Wohlfarth of this
From Friday's Dally
The Bi-Monthly PinocTile club met
last evening at the home of Mrs. Ed
gar Newton. Mrs. Eleanor Christen
sen was a guest of the club during
The first prize was awarded to Mrs.
Christensen and the second prize was
won by Mrs. Ida Waters.
Refreshments served by the hostess
climaxed the evening's entertain-
i Club Meets at Pamllion
The Thursday Afternoon Bridge
club motored to Panillion vesterdav
afternoon where they were entertain-
cd at the home of Mrs. Karl Brown.
Preceding the bridge party, a 1
CLEANING & PRESSING
Cash and Carry No One Day Service
2- Piece Suits
3- Piece Suits
Any Combination of the Above Garments
9x12 Rugs Cleaned & Sized $2.75
Phone 166 - 416 Main St - Plattsmouth
o'clock luncheon was served by the
In the bridge awards, Mrs. Henry
Goos was awarded the highest honor
and Mrs. Karl Brown second.
Stitch and Nibble Club
Mrs. Louis Svoboda served as hos
tess to the Stitch and Nibble club
at her home on West Granite street
The evening was devoted solely to
stitching and embroidering fancy
work by the eleven members pres
ent, four of them being unable to at
tend. At the conclusion of the evening's
work, Mrs. Svoboda served refresh
ments, Mrs. Frank Koubek assisting
her in the serving.
Junior C. D. A. Meets
The Junior Catholic Daughters of
America met at the home of Miss
Shirley Petersen last evening for
their social gathering for April. Miss
Betty Jo Libershal served as asso
The evening was spent in playing
bingo, and true and false games.
Prizes for the games were awarded
to Misses Wilma Sv.atek, Betty Ault,
Catherine and Rose Brink.
At the conclusion of the party the
hostesses served refreshments,
Golden Spike Breakfast
Mrs. Rudolph SpahnI and Mrs.
Fred Lugsch entertained at a Golden
Spike breakfast early this morning at
the former's home. The occasion was
in honor of a daughter and sister.
Miss Hula SpahnI and a group of her
The table decorations consisted o
1S69 colors and settings, the center
piece being a man's '69 topper in
verted with the beautiful spring flow
ers. The guests, who were all dressed
In 1869 fashion, included Mrs. Harry
Finks of Omaha. Mrs. William Win
chell of Kansas City, Missouri, Mrs.
Lenora Franks of Parkdale, Missouri,
Misses Mable Anderson. Maria Hiber,
and Hulda SpahnI of Omaha, and Mrs.
L. W. Egenberger of Plattsmouth,
and the hostesses, Mrs . Rudolph
Spahni and Mrs. Fred Lugsch.
St. Paul's Aid Meets
The ladies' society of the St. Paul's
Evangelical church had a very good
attendance at the semi-monthly meet
ing in the church parlors yesterday
afternoon. Mrs. P. A. Hild and Mrs.
William H. Puis served as the hos
tesses. An enjoyable program was pre
sented during the earlier part of the
afternoon. Raymond and Marvin
Hild sang two songs, "Who Taught
You How," and "A Little Gray
Pony." The reading, "Kisses" was
rjiven by Miss Betty Hild. Miss Elea
nor Giles rendered two vo'cal solos,
"Love Divine," and "God Bless Amer
ica," her mother, Mrs. E. C. Giles
aerving as the accompanist. Mrs.
John Schutz was heard in one num
ber, "Love's Old Sweet Song," Mrs.
Wiley Sigler being the accompanist.
Miss Ruth Woest gave two readings.
"When Maw Wants Something New"
and "Castor Oil."
At the conclusion of the program
the hostesses served refreshments.
K. B. Club Meets
The Plattsmouth K. B. card club
members met last evening at the
home of Mrs. Emil Ptak, the typical
crinoline days of 1869 serving as the
setting of the occasion. Each mem
ber came dressed in the 1S69 fashion,
the golden spike dresses being worn
The evening was spent in playing
bridge and Mrs. John Wolff was
awarded the first prize; Mrs. R. W.
Knorr, second; and Mrs. Emil Wurl,
third. Tally cards, which were forty
years old, were distributed to each
member for her score.
Following the party Mrs. Ptak,
assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Fred
Sharpnack, served a buffet luncheon.
The table decorations which consist-
2 Plain Skirts
ed of old-fashioned articles weret
elaborately arranged. Chinaware used
a half centnry ago was again used
which were filled with the delicious
food that the hostess served.
Catholic Daughters Meet
The local court of the Catholic
Daughters of America met Tuesday
evening at the St. John's lub rooms
for a social gathering1. Two guests,
Mrs. Paul Lemke of Omaha and Miss
Emma Pucelik of Spencer, were pres
ent at the club's party.
The evening was spent in playing
bridge and pinochle. In the pinochle,
Mrs. Joseph Wooster was the lucky
winner of the high score. Mrs. Wil
liam Woolcott was awarded the prize
The evening was concluded by the
serving of refreshments by the host
esses Mrs. L. S. Pucelik, Mrs. W. V.
Ryan, and Miss Minnie Guthmann.
From Saturday's Dally
Entertains at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton E. Mark
entertained at dinner Friday evening
Tor Mrs. R. L. Shrontz of Kansas
City, who is here to visit her son,
Wilson Green. The guests comprised
Mrs. Shrontz, Mr. Green, and the
members of the Mark family.
W. F. M. S. Meets
The Woman's Foreign . Missionary
society of the First Methodist church
met Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. R. H. Hayes on Park Hill. A
large number of the members were
present at the afternoon meeting.
The devotionals were led by Mrs.
J. C. Lowson who took her lesson
from Matthew, fifth chapter, verses
1 to 20.
"New Horizons In Christian Social
Relations" was the lesson discussed
during the afternoon. "Factual Ma
terial on Alcohol" was another topic
of the round-table discussion. The
latter was led by Mrs. Lowson.
Following the meeting Mrs. Hayes
Honored on Birthdav
Mrs. P. Hilt, of Glenwood. was
pleasantly surprised Wednesday eve
ning, April 2Cth. when her children
and grandchildren gathered at her
home and enjoyed a pot-luck dinner
to celebrate her 73rd birthday. She
received many lovely gifts and three
beautiful birthday cakes. Later in
the evening she was doubly surprised
by a long distance telephone ea.i
from her son, John. .in Los Angeles,
Those attending were Mrs. C. P.
Reals of Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. John
Turner and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Sondag and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Correll and son ard Mrs.
Paul Sims of Council Bluffs; Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph, Hilt and family cf Platts
mouth; aid Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hilt
ind family of Glenwood.
OLDSSIBENT VISITS CITY
From Friday's Daily -
Attorney Carl D. Ganz was In the
city today from Alvo and was ac
companied by Phil Linch, one of the
old residents of that part of Cass
county. Mr. Linch is now nearing
his eighty-ninth year and is a man
very vigorous for his age and appears
much better than many far younger.
Mr. Linch states that he came from
his boyhood home in Iowa in 18 09
with his parents, the father settling
on a homestead near Alvo where he
has since lived. When Mr. Linch
came to this section the Burlington
was just completing their railroad
line into Pacific Junction and he
made the rossing of the Missouri
river here on a ferry boat and thence
by team and wagon to where Alvo Is
now located. The two were here in
the Alta Linch estate hearing in the
TAKEN TO HOSPITAL
From Thursday's Dally
The seven months old baby girl
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harris, of this
city, was taken to Omaha this morn
ing to be placed in the Clarkson hos
pital. The little one is suffering
from a mouth infection which makes
it necessary to have the baby hospitalized.
DIE KALB HYBRID SEED CORN
As our selling season is getting short and due to the fact that I
haven't been able to see all my prospective DeKalb customers, I
have on hand a small amount of extra stock in both flat and
special grades to take care of your needs. Call or write
Your De Kalb Hybrid Dealer
IVAN DE LES DERNIER
Phone 5216 Murray, Nebr.
Given Stiff Fine
and Loses Cargo
William Dunbar Makes Guilty Plea to
Transporting Liquor Through
State Without Stamps.
Friday afternoon In the county
ccurt William Dunbar, charged with
transporting a cargo of liquor with
out proper containers of stamps re
. nu5re(1 by tne state of Nebraska,
was arraigned and made a plea of
guilty to tne charge.
The cargo carried in the coupe
driven by the defendant, comprised
49 cases of liquor and alcohol which
was valued at $74 9 according to the
bills for the liquor. This amounted
to 147 gallons, according to the esti
mate of the representatives of the
state liquor commission and on
which a tax of 80c a gallon should
have been paid.
The law provided a court might
confiscate liquor under this charge
and that the penalty enacted would
be double the amount of the tax
levied by the state, which in this
case amounted to $240.90.
The court also imposed a fine of
$300 on the defendant which with
Hie tax penalty and costs must be
In regard to the disposal of the
liquor Judge Duxbury asked of the
'.tate liquor commission represen
lative as to the general methods of
handling this as the statute is not
definite on the matter of disposal.
The representatives stated that it had
'jeen the rule that liquor so taken
could be sold after the county had
bought stamps and placed on tue
same, that it would have to be sold
to a wholesale or retail dealer and
:ot to an individual, that the county
must report the sale as also the pur
chaser must report the purchase to
the commission. This matter was(
taken under advisement by the court
, beforp. entering an ord
er as to the
final disposition of the cargo.
This morning Dunbar was released
from custody on the payment of the
cum of $540.90 for the fine and the
lax penalty levied on the liquor. The
raon was sent here from Quincy,
Illinois, for the release of the de
fendant end he was allowed to re
turn to quincy.
Cass county ns no tjonffed In
debtedness, as, like the state, we
have paid cash for 'our hard sur
faced roads and other Improve
ments as we went.
Phone 95-93 We Deliver
Ad for Tues., Wednesday, May 2-3
large, Fresh. Bunch
Fresh, large size. Each
No. 2i2 Tin, 15i; 2 fori.-
Packed in Syrup
P & G, No. 2 Can, 2 for
Heinz Ketchup HEc
P & G Vacuum Packed ftElc
2 Large Cans 25
Phone ,95-93 We Deliver
Ad for Tues., Wednesday, May 2-3
American or Brick, 2-lb. Box
Fresh Cut. 2 lbs
By the Piece. Lb
THY PARALLEL PARKING
The streets in the business section
of the city are being repainted for
parking spaces and in accordance
with this the street department has
their force of workers busy.
There has been a great deal of
criticism of the narrow condition of
Sixth street from Pearl to Vine and
along which highway No. 75 with
its heavy traffic is routed. With
diagonal parking, sometimes of
trucks, it made the roadway for
traffic so narrow that passage some
times was difficult and especially
when a large oil transport or bus
was passing through the traffic.
The street department will try the
experiment of parallel parking on
the west side olj Sixth street for the
two blocks to see if this will relieve
the traffic problem and the criticism
of highway officials as to the conges
tion. "JUST. SO" SEWING CLUB MEETS
The "Just So" sewing club met at
the home of Eleanor Giles, on April
28th at 4 o'-elock. A song and yell
leader was chosen.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Ruth Ann Hatt. May 3rd.
Each member is expected to bring
material to make a towel. Every
member should be present.
This Ad for Tues. and. Wed.
Our Delivery Service: Six out
going trips daily. Truck leaves
the store for territory north of
Main street at 8:30, 10:45,
1:30 and 4:30. For territory
south of Main street at 9:30
and 3:00. Phone your order!
Store will be Open this
2 lbs. for
No. 2V2 Cans.. 3 for
VAN CAMP'S HOC
50-oz. Tin ....AV'
3 Bars for
10c Bottle Hand Lotion
No. 2 Tin 3 for
New Texas Silver Skin
4 lbs. . for
Per Bunch .
New White Shafter
5 lbs. for
Large Size, doz.
Large Size, 6 for
Solid Ice Berg
Head LETTUCE 4Rq
Large Heads, 2 for '
Fresh Peas and
They're Delicious. Offfi
Try them. 6 for. 252v
Smoked, Meaty JJ2C
Bacon Backs, lb. . . . 16
Bacon Bellies, lb.. . .23
By the Piece
Pork Chops flQc
Choice, Large, lb '
Subscribe for the Journal.
We are in the Market for
Springs Special Prices
Open Every Evening
Bring In Your Produce!
Conveniently Located 5th and Main
Center of Business Section
from 59c values 4
baisoi 1 onetr las
Lg. Ast. of Extra
Values Toilet and
Household litems 2
ext. lge. packages.
with lge. bottle of
O'Ced. Polish, 69
Snow Bird J
Oil Mops J
y Snow Bird
1 ir 1. pl... 4.
Star Brand Scout 4,
Style. Leather and
Compo sole. Oil tan-
ned uppers. j
i Plain Toe
OH tanned Uppers.
y Leather or Compo
and Patent Straps.
Sizes 8Ya to 2.
I SSl Overalls
y 8-oz. Sanforized V
y Shrunk Denim! J
Sizes 32 to Oft J
y 44. Pair OwC
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6 to lb.
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