The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, June 08, 1939, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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THURSDAY, JTHTE 8, 19S9.
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Social
From Monday's Dally
Attend South High Prom
M-.tthew Sedlak, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Sedlak of this city,
was in Omaha Friday evening, June
2 where he attended the South high
school Junior-Senior prom. The prom
was held at the Blackstone hotel in
Omaha, and the young- man was a
special guest of Miss Margaret Dear
den of Omaha.
The banquet dinner was served at
7:30 p. m., and was followed ty an
evening of dancing.
Hold Steak Fry
Sunday a very pleasant gathering
was held at the Starkjohn cottage
northwest of this tity, near the
Platte. Here a group spent the after
noon visiting and enjoying a steak
fry. Those attending the event were
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Cloidt and daugh
ters, Mrs. Lora Lloyd Kieck and chil
dren. County Treasurer and Mrs.
John E. Turner and Dorothy Jean,
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Starkjohn.
Charles Mendenhall. Mrs. Caesar
Baumgart and daughter, Betty Mae,
Mrs. William Kraeger, Mrs. Tinua
Bonberg. Miss Dorothy Seimoneit,
Miss Mary Kvapil, Mrs. Albert
Schiessl, and the guest of honor, Mrs.
Harold Mead.
Announce Coming Marriage
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Siemoneit,
prominent farmers of Plattsmouth,
announce the forthcoming marriage
of their daughter, Miss Dorothy Sie
moneit to Mr. Emil Schmidt, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schmidt of Ger
many. The announcement was made
Sunday, June 4.
The wedding of tiiese two popular
people is to occur on Sunday, June
IS at 2:30 p. m. at the St. Paul's
Evangelical church in this city.
Miss Siemoneit has been a teacher
for the past few years in the rural
school district 20.
Shower for Mrs. Tilson
A stork shower was held on Sun
day afternoon, June 4 at the coun
try home of Mrs. Chester Wiles In
honor of Mrs. Alvadore Tilson. The
shower was given in Mrs. Tilson's
honor by Mrs. Wiles and Mrs. John
Carneal. Twenty guests were pres
ent. Mrs. Henry Albert, Mrs. William
Nelson, and Miss Kathrine Hild were
chosen the prize winners for the
group of games that were played.
A luncheon, served by the hos
tesses, Mrs. John Carneal and Mrs
Chester Wiles, climaxed the after
noon entertainment.
Mrs. Tilson received many gifts.
.Shower for Mrs. Mead
Mrs. Harold Mead, formerly Miss
Cary Zimmerman, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. Zimmerman whose
marriage announcement was made re
cently, was the guest of honor at a
miscellaneous shower tendered her
at the home of Mrs. Mary Dasher
Sunday afternoon. A number of the
close friends and relatives of the
guest of honor were present at the
occasion.
Games suitable and appropriate for
this event were played during the
afternoon. Mrs. Tinus Bonberg, Mrs.
Charles Mendenhall were the prize
winners.
During the course of the afternoon
the recent bride was given the pleas
ure of displaying the many gifts
that she received from the guests
present and from those who were
unable to attend.
Following the party Mrs. Dasher
served refreshments.
Guests present at the shower In
cluded: Mrs. W. H. Dasher, Mrs.
Jake Tritsch and daughter, Efther,
Mrs. C. F. Zimmerman and daugh
ter, Arlene, Mrs. William Renner,
Mrs. Norman Renner, Mrs. Josephine
Ulrich and daughter, Dorothy, Mrs.
NEW DELICIOUS
FROSTED MALTED
50 and 100
Chocolate - Strawberry - Pineapple
SWEENIE'S
Neighborhood Pinochle Club
The Neighborhood pinochle club
tendered a home-gathering party Sat
urday evening at the Elmer Lohnes
home on 302 South Ninth street in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. William
Swanda and children, Marcella and
Melvin of Burwell, Nebraska. The
Swanda family, former residents here,
arrived in Plattsmouth Saturday
morning and are here to spend a few
days with their many friends as well
as friends and relatives in Omaha.
The evening was devoted to playing
pinochle, four tables being played.
In the prizes for the gentlemen, Les
lie Niel was the winner of the first
prize, and Charles Manners received
the second. Mrs. John Schutz was
awarded the first prize in the ladies'
division, while Mrs. Charles Manners
was given the second prize. The guest
prize went to Mr. and Mrs. William
Swanda.
Following the party Mrs. Lohnes
served a luncheon, she being assist
ed by a group of the members pres
ent. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
John E. Schutz, Mr. and Mrs. John
Alwin, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lar
son. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Niel, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Manners, Mr. and
Mrs. John Woest, Mrs. Augusta
Haupt, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lohnes,
and the guests of honor, Mr. and
Mrs. William Swanda and children,
Marcella and Melvin of Burwell.
John Woest received the second. In
the ladies' division, Mrs. John. Schutz
was given the first prize, and Mrs.
C. M. Manners received the second
prize.
Following the party Mrs. Niel
3erved a luncheon to her guests.
Entertains for Mrs. Phillips
Mrs. Henry Goos entertained at
two tables of bridge Tuesday in
honor of her guest, Mrs. C. A. Phil
lips who is here visiting from Cam
bridge, Nebraska. The Goos home
was decorated with flowers of the
late spring and early summer.
Contract bridge was played by the
guests.
At the close of the party Mrs. Goos
served refreshments, assisted by her
daughter, Miss Harriett.
Inkler's Club
Mrs. Elmer Sundstrom served as
hostess to the Inkler's card club at
her home on Main street Tuesday
afternoon. Mrs. Roy Knorr and Mrs.
Frank Mullen were the guests pres
ent.
Mrs. Raymond Larson received the
prize for the highest score, and Mrs.
Knorr was awarded the second prize
Refreshments served by the hos
tess -concluded the afternoon of
bridge playing.
of Springfield; Mrs. W. 3. McGrew,
the first district president, of Louis
ville; Mrs. Mershon, district vice-
president, of Cook; Mrs. Uhey, dis
trict secretary, of Louisville; Mrs.
Varro Tyler, state chairman of citi
zenship, of Nebraska City; Mrs. C. L.
Kelley, district chairman of pub
licity, of Nebraska City; Mrs. L. S.
Devoe, district chairman of the Am
erican home department, of Platts
mouth; Mrs. Carl Tefft, president ot
the Avoca Woman's club, of Avoca;
Mrs. Copple, sister of Mrs. Ray Nor
ris, of Alvo. These women were all
present with their families, L. S. De
voe, Marjorie and Stephen attending
the party from Plattsmouth.
Tuesday Afternoon Club-
Mrs. J. C. Petersen entertained
the Tuesday afternoon pinochle club
at her home on Park Hill. The home
was beautifully decorated with
peonies and Russian lilies. All of the
club members were present.
Mrs. Val Burkel won the first prize
and Mrs. W. H. Puis received the
second prize.
After a delightful afternoon of
playing cards the hostess, assisted by
her daughters. Misses Edna Mae and
Shirley Petersen served delicious re
freshments in two courses.
LAND, FARM and
RANCH BARGAINS
FOR SALE Hereford Bull and
horses for sale. Myron Wiles.
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From Tuesday's Dally
Entertains Nu-Fu Jitters
Miss Joan Moore entertained the
members of the Nu-Fu Jitter's card
club at her home last evening.
Twelve young women were present.
The evening was spent in playing
pinochle with Miss Louise Fitzmayer
winning the first prize; Miss Mar
jorie Fitch, second; and Miss Jean
Brady, the consolation.
Following the party Miss Moore
assisted by her mother, Mrs. A. O.
Moore served refreshments.
Those present included Mrs. How
ard Hirz, Mrs. Rex Bourne, Mrs.
Raymond Bourne, Misses Margaret
Ann Vallery. Marjorie Fitch, Louise
Fitzmayer, Joan Moore. Jean Brady,
Jacqueline Grassman, Shirley Seiver,
Anna Marie Rea, and Lewanna Kelley.
From Wednesday' Daily
Give Guests Farewell
Mr. and Mrs. William Swaada,
t
who have been visiting here with
friends, were again honored guests of
the Neighborhood pinochle club, this
time meeting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Leslie Niel last evening. Guests
of the club included Mr. and Mrs.
John E. Schutz.
In the gentlemen's awards, John
Alwin received the first prize, and
an
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Announce Marriage
The announcement is made at
Union of the marriage of Miss Joan
Johnson of Nebraska City and Mr.
Lester Carr, of Union, the wedding
ceremony having taken place on
March 11th, at Nebraska City. Mr.
Carr is the manager of the ser
vice station and grocery on highway
No. 75, east of Union and a well
known and popular resident of that
community. The bride has been em
ployed at Nebraska City and will re
tain her position there for the pres
ent at least, while Mr. Carr will con
tinue at the Union Store.
Avoca Club Here
Mrs. D. S. Sumner entertained at a
1 o'clock luncheon at her home at
917 Pearl street Tuesday a group of
Avoca people who were here spend
ing the day with the Sumner family.
A dinner was also served in the eve
ning for the guests, including
Avocans and Plattsmouth people, who
were evening guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Sumner.
Participants at the event were:
Mrs. H. H. Marquardt, Mrs. Anna
Meyer, Miss Anna Marie Sailing, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Sill, Miss Anna
Ruhge of Avoca, Mrs. D. Shannon
and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sundstrom
of Plattsmouth.
Club Officers Picnic
Sunday, June 4, a large group of
some thirty-five people, comprising
the state chairman and officers, the
district chairman and officers of the
Nebraska Federation of Women's
clubs enjoyed a picnic party at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Norris in
Weeping Water, Mrs. Norris being
chairman of the rural clubs and
rural life committee. The women,
with their families, came with bas
kets of food which was served at the
noon hour.
Guests present at the picnic party
included some of the well known
women leaders residing in this area,
they being Mrs. Walter Kiechel,
state president, of Tecumseh; Mrs.
Eva Caley, state first vice-president.
Entertain for Friends
Mr. and Mrs. William Swanda and
children, Marcella and Melvin were
busily entertained Tuesday at a num
ber of dinner parties at the homes of
their Plattsmouth friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lohnes enter
tained at a high noon luncheon in
honor of the Burwell guests. Those
present at this occasion were Miss
Helen Smetana, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Lohnes and children , Mary Joan
Lohnes and Mildred Kozacek, and
the guests of honor, Mr. and Mrs.
Swanda and family.
A 6 o'clock dinner was served at
the John Alwin home last evening
for the guests. In the serving Mrs.
Alwin was assisted by her daughter,
Miss Wilma Pickard.
DUEL IN PROGRESS
OVER TWO BABES
(Belden, Neb., Progress)
A heated controversy is on be
tween two fond Belden grandparents
as to which one has the most glam
orous granddaughter. Since they
can come to no decision, it was de
cided to let some disinterested people
settle the dispute. It's this way.
John Beuck claims that because
his granddaughter, Barbara Beuck of
Plainvlew succeeded in winning her
man before she reached the age of
four, that that is ample proof of her
charm. And it will have to be con
ceded that she did make a lovely
bride in her long white dress with
Its flowing veil. Still your local edi
tor feels that her granddaughter,
Patty Anne Pickens, of Plattsmouth,
surely must be the glamorous one.
for she was selected for the star in
a two reel technicolor movie at the
age of four months! She not only
played the leading part but has her
own private producing company, with
her father as technician and oper
ator and her mother as the sole di
rector and designer of her wardrobe.
Now it is up to you to decide
which is the more thrilling, to be a
bride at a Tom Thumb wedding or a
baby in a private moving picture!
Mrs. C. A. Jones, editor of the
Belden Progress, is mother of Mrs.
Everett Pickens of this city and well
known to a large group of friends
over Cass county. j
LEAVE FOR MISSOURI
Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Woest and
family and Mrs. Augusta Haupt are
leaving for St. Louis and Herkan,
Missouri, where they will visit with
relatives and old friends.
SAVE and
HAVE
Not to do so invites de
pendence . . . the ghost
of later years!
SAVE at home
by investments in home
securities ... of proven
value!
SAVE in
Federal Insured
Shares!
Uebr. City Federal Savings
& Loan Association
HELP STOMACH
DIGEST FOOD
Without LaiatWe nd Ysa'll Eat
Everything front Soup to NnU
It stnmarti thou Id dirt two pound I of food
tolly. Whan yon ul brtry. grwy. eoarae or
rirh fool or wbso you r rwrrou. hurried or
rhew poorly your nmwb alien pours out too
turn fluid. Tour food duasn't dlfett and yo
ha, (as. heartburn, wuset. pain or tour
Konurfa. You In! (our. tick and upirt alt orar.
Doctor My ntrtr tike laxative for atomapti
aln. It la danreroua and fooliih. It takva thoaa
LtO. black utol.es rallrd Bll-ana for Indication
to Biake tlx new atooiacb fluids harm let, roller
dlitreu In bo time and put you bark on your
leet. Belief la ao quirk it Is aauxlnr and ono 2S
peckac prove It. Ask fur BeU-aoa for larilfeitlon.
Second Oil
Convoy on Way
Up the Missouri
Kansas City Socony Bringing Up Four
Barges of Gas Aggregating
800,000 Gallons.
The second of the cenvoys of barges
parrying gasoline for the Socony
Vacuum 'Oil Co., is now on its way
from Kansas City to Omaha with a
much larger load than that which
was used in the initial trip that
inaugurated the opening of river
traffic after a seventy year period.
The second of the convoys will
consist of four instead of two barges
and which will carry 800,000 gallons
of gasoline, destined for the port of
Omaha, where large storage tanks
are maintained by the company.
The weight of the barges and the
heavy load will make the journey up
the river much slower than the
initial trip, the convoy leaving Kan
sas City Tuesday and will reach
Ornaha late Saturday or Sunday, it is
thought.
The barges with the heavy load
are making a little over two miles
an hour this trip while on the first
trip they averaged four miles an
hour against the current of the
river.
AVERAGES OF TEAM
CEDAR CREEK TREE PLANTERS
The Cedar Creek Tree Planters
went on a hike Sunday, May 28. All
were present. We collected many
species of leaves. Our leader, Lester
Wagoner, told us the names of the
trees. This was our third meeting.
We decided to hold our next meeting
June 2 at Carol Meisinger's.
The Cedar Creek Tree Planters
held their fourth meeting at the
home of Carol Ann Meisinger. All
were present except six. Our lesson
was on the subject of identifying
trees. Our next meeting will be
held at the home of Lois, Glenice and
Robert Wagoner, June 30. A delic
ious lunch was served by Carol and
her mother.
SHIRLEY CHAMBERLAIN,
News Reporter.
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We have secured the
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This instrument will locate any diseased condition from which
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PLATTSMOUTH HOTEL, PLATTSMOUTH, NEBR., WEDNESDAY,
JUNE 14 CLINIC H0UES, 10 A. M. TO 5 P. M.
DR. JOHN P. JOHNSTON, D. C.
(Please Bring This Ad with You)
The Plattsmouth Merchants are
batting .319 as a team after the first
seven games. Chuck Ault is leading
the hitting with .411, which is 14
hits in 24 times at bat, and followed
closely by Les Thimgan who has
.409, 9 hits in 22 attempts. Joe
Phillips, Chovanec, Theirolf and Ed
Smith are all hitting well over the
300 mark.
In runs scored, Ed Smith leads
with 11, and O'Donnell second with
10. Ault leads in hits with 14 and
Chovanec second with 11, and Thim
gan third with 9.
Jack O'Donnell has two home runs,
Sedlak, Ault and Thierolf one each.
Averages following the Benning
ton game:
G AB R H Avg.
Ault 7 34 9 14 .411
Thimgan 6 22 8 9 .409
Phillips 5 16 4 6 .375
Chovanec 7 30 7 11 .3GC
Thierolf 3 14 4 5 .357
Ed Smith 7 26 11 9 .346
B. Smith 7 24 6 7 .291
B. Brittain 6 21 9 6 .285
Parriott 7 22 8 6 .272
Sedlak 6 23 8 6 .2C9
O'Donnell 7 31 10 8 .258
Hayes 4 19 4 3 .152
How Women
in Their 40's
Can Attract ITIen
Here's good adviee for woman durinr. her
change (usually from 38 to 62), who fears
he'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
about hot flashes, loss of pep, dizxy spells,
upset nerves and moody spells. as
or Just get more fresh sir. 8 hrs. sleep and If
you need a reliable "WOMAN'S" tonic take
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
made especially for women. It helps Nature
build up physical resistance, thus helps giro
more vivacity to enjoy .life and assist calm
ing jittery nerves and those disturbing symp
toms that often accompany change of liie
I'inkham's is WELL WORTH trying"
FOR BENT 6
TWO cool, modern sleeping rooms
for rent. For men only. See Fred
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BREX. J5-rtd
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LIFE INSl'HANOE
FOB POL'LTKY
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Coccidiintf. Clrelara. Typhoid ar an JJ
Intcitlnal irouDM is yaur - .T-r
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Mil INK IHTCIIKHY I'lnH-mouIN
A. J. TOOL Murtlork.
KMH'IIT S TO II K ouk Head
TO THE VOTERS
of School District No. 102
Thp Rnnrri of Education on Mon-
iday night. June 12, 1939. at 8 p. in.
are asking the voters of school dis
trict No. 102 whether or not a levy
shall be made to the amount of Nine
Thousand Dollars ($9,000); (which
is in excess of tight (8) mills on
the dollar on the total actual valu
ation of the last completed valuation
of the property in said school dis
trict) for general school purposes
for the school year of 1939 and 1940.
Signed this 24th day of May, 1939.
WILLARD TIMI1L1N
Secretary Board of Education
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DEAD ANIMALS
WANTED
For Prompt and Dependable
Service Reverse Calls to
MArket 3541
The Fort Crook
Rendering Works
Ft. Crook, Nebr.
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Ad for Plattsmouth, Frl., Sat., June 9 and 10
PHONE 93 and 95 WE DELIVER
A
CABBAGE
Solid. Crisp
Miss.,
Vas9
mm
TOMATOES I
Texas Red RiPlA
S. 1. 2 lbs.. J 0
LEMONS PrJuic"!. . . . .29c
AnnrfPCC Sutikist. 252 Size
Villi.
Sweet, Juicy. Doz.
.20c
A SUGAR
BEET
10-1 b. Cioth
Bag for
4JGc
CUCUMBERS ETslS S37..5o
AflflFflCC Fresh Assortment
UUUL.1I.U
25c
17
A Strawber's
Red Ripe Mis
souri Aromas
Full Quart Box
2 for 29c
A
NEW
POTATOES
Wh. Sh afters
10-lb. Bag for
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Your choice, 2 lbs
Samlnlrh, (rrmra, C'howla. Vanilla Wslrra.
PfinnV Kisses, Orange Slices, in.
VllllUI Gum Drops, per lb Uv
FLOUR Lighthouse, 48-lb. Bag. -09c
pnCCrC BUTTER-NUT, Drip or Cfja
lUITELX Reg., 2 lb. Tin or Jar. . . vwU
POPPED WHEAT 'IM. 25c
tinrrt Toolh I-lloloni, Heaf.y-lo-Srrve
CORH FLAKES S!.".? 25c
AATCIID Yellowstone Brand QCa
UJlluUr 14-oz. Bottles, 3 for atJI
OLLEIl'S HEAT DEPARTMENT
Phone 95 and 93. 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
PLATE BOIL, 3 lbs. for 25i
HAMBURGER, fresh cut, 2 lbs 25
BEEF STEAK, Shoulder, per lb 19
PORK BRAINS
IBs. ns
SAUSAGE
PURE PORK
AH?. H5G
PORK BUTT ROAST, lean, lb 17
FRESH PORK STEAK, 2 lbs. for 35i
PORK TENDERETTES, per lb 30
FRESH PORK TENDERLOIN, lb 35
BEEF TENDERETTES, per lb 30
Sliced
5 lb. Box ....
VEAL BROWNIES, per lb 25
LEG OF LAMB, lb 25
LAMB CHOPS, lb 25
WE ALSO HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Cold Meats - Dressed Poultry - Dill and Sweet Pickles