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From Thursday' Dally
Gives Dancing Party
On Wednesday evening, a very
large group of friends and relatives
of Mr! and Mrs. Emil Schmidt, who
were married at the St. Paul's Evan
gelical church Sunday June 18,
were entertained by them at a chari
vari dance held at the American Le-
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Shoulder Cuts, lb., 19
Pork Liver 4&c
Young, Tender. 2 lbs..A'
Pork Chops 4Qc
Choice, Lean, lb A
Freshly Ground 97C
Beef Cuts. 2 lbs A v
BeeS Brains &c
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9-oz. Jar, 13 4 Op
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Calif. Pink Meat, Sweet tf Aa
Vine Ripened, each JL"
CALIF. RED BEAUTY
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Quart Basket 15
Juicy Calif. Sunkist
Valencias. Med. size L r
Fresh, Solid Green
Per lb. t Z0
Firm, Red Ripe Calif. 4An
2-lb. Basket I?4,
Juicy California t&C
Sunkist. Doen w0j)S'
2 Cans, $1.15
21 3 for 29c
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Mb. Glass Jar
3 for 25c
Gold Drink Powder
"!3 for 10c
Butter . Oftc
Parchm't Wrap'd, lb.W
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Ad for PlattsmoutiVTues. -:
and Wed., June 27-28
gion hall. An estimated
around 500 was present to honor thS
Louis Kostka's four-piece orches
tra of Omaha, played for the chari
vari, playing the popular Bohemian,
and German melodies. -Favors of
candy and cigars were passed out
by the bride and groom.
Wednesday Afternoon Club-r-
The Wednesday afternoon bridge
club met on Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. G. J. Jaeger. All
of the club members were present..
Mrs. W. V. Ryan received the first
prize, and Mrs. James Mauzy second.
A three-course luncheon served by
Mrs. Jaeger concluded the bridge
St. John's Circles Meet
Two of the three circles of the
St. John's altar society met Wed
nesday afternoon. Circle 1, scheduled
to meet at the home of . Mrs. Ber
lette was postponed until today due
to road conditions. .
Circle 2 met at the home of Mrs
Julius Pitz In the south part of the
citv with Mrs. William O'Donnell,
Jr., and Mrs. Corda L. Pittman as
associate hostesses. Twenty, Includ
ing a number of guests, were pres
ent at the Pitz home. Mrs. Everett
Elliott, circle president, presided at
the meeting, which was a business
one. It was followed by a social
hour; the members and guests en
gaged in playing cards, .pinochle be
ing the chosen game. A special prize
was awarded to Mrs. Frank Mullen
luring the afternoon. The meeting
was concluded by the serving of re
freshments by the committee.
Mrs. F. I. Zimmerer, with Mrs.
Joseph Sykora, Mrs. James Warga,
and Mrs. William H. Woolcott served
as hostesses to Circle 3 at the Zim
merer home Wednesday afternoon.
Nine members and two guests, Mrs.
Fay McClintock and Mrs. Howard
Dow were present. The circle presi
dent, Mrs. Raymond Haith, presided
it the business session. The circle
secretary, Mrs. John Meisiuger, read
the minutes of the previous meet
ing. The meeting was followed by a
social hour of pinochle and Chinese
checker playing. Mrs. Marie Haith
won the pinochle prize and Mrs.
Emil Koukal was given the Chinese
checker prize. The afternoon was
concluded by the serving of a lunch
The circle meetings or the First
Presbyterian church heiI their last
meetings of the summer season on
Wednesday as follows:
Circle 1 met at the home of Mrs.
Warren Scharfenberg with Mrs. How
ard Fullerton of Omaha, and Mrs.
Henry Nolting of this city as assist
ant hostesses. The circle reported
fourteen members present. The circle
chairman, Mrs. George Lushlnsky,
prtsidtd at the meeting, with Mrs.
Wiley Sigler giving the devotionals.
The regular business meeting was
transacted, it being followed by the
jerving of a luncheon.
Mrs. Stephen Wiles entertained
the members of Circle 2 at her home,
this circle reporting twenty present.
Among these twenty were included
1 number of guests. Mrs. Henry A.
Schneider, circle chairman, presided,
with the missionary chairman, Mrs.
Bertha Shopp. leading the devotion
als. Following the business meeting
Mrs. II. G. McClusky gave a talk on
"Missions." The ladies concluded the
afternoon with the serving of refresh- -
menta fcv the hostess. Mrs. Wiles.
assisted by the co-hostesses. Miss
Olive Gass, Mrs. Earl Shanholtz. and Thursday afternoon at the home ofwag served by the lofal ladles. Dur
Mrs. John Sander. Mrs. Berlette north of this city. Sev- j the ,uncheon hour David Robin-
Circle 3 met with Mrs. Herman
Tiekotter with Mrs.
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land Mrs. Richard Beverage as assist-
ant hostesses. -One guest, 'Mrs. Frank
J. Koubek was present. Twelve were
reported in attendance. Due to the
absence of Mrs. Herman Gansemer,
who was unable to be present due to
bad roads, Mrs. Henry Goos presided
at the meeting. Mrs. Vi.'gil Perry
gave the devotionals. The business
meeting was followed by a luncheon
served by the hostesses.
Mrs. Roy Knorr and Mrs. Hamilton
Mark served as hostesses to Circle 4
members at the Knorr home at S09
Main street. Twenty members, in
cluding a number of guests, were
present. The circle chairman. rs.
Searl S. Davis, presided, and Mrs.
Clayton Cross gave the devotionals.
The business meeting was followed
by a short program rendered by Mrs.
Everett Pickens and Miss Jean Knorr.
These two prominent pianists were
heard in several piano numbers,
"Chorale" by Bach, "Puck" by Grieg,
and "Malaguena" by Lecouna.
The Fellowship room of the First
Presbyterian .church was the center
of the business meeting of Circle 5
members. The hostesses for the meet
ing were Mrs. Samuel GUmour, Mrs.
George Ebersole. Mrs. D. E. Waller,
and Miss Margaret Iverson. Twelve
were present. Due to the absence of
Mrs. William Schmidtmann, Jr., who
is recuperating at her home from the
effects of a severe fall which resulted
In an injury to her foot, Mrs. E. C.
Giles presided. The missionary les
son was given by Mrs. Raymond Lar
son who gave a report about Latin
American countries and a year's diary
of a missionary in Mexico. During
the afternoon Miss Helen HIatt ren
dered a piano solo, "Chanson" by
Friml. Miss Margaret Iverson gave a
book review "The Grates of Wrath"
by John Steinbeck. The program
was followed by the serving of a
luncheon by the oemmittee of four.
From Friday's Dally
Stitch and Nibble Club-
Misses Antionette and Lillian Kou
bek served as hostesses at a two
course luncheon served at 6 o'clock
last evening to the members of the
Stitch and Nibble sewiag club. The
total membership present was re
ported as eleven.
Following the luncheon the young
ladies busily engaged themselves in
their usual Bemi-monthly sewing
Thursday Afternoon Club-
Mrs. Henry Goos entertained the
Thursday afternoon bridge club 1
members at her home yesterday after
noon. Mrs. Roy Knorr was a guest
of the club.
The afternoon bridge winners were
Mrs. Knorr, who won first prize, and
Mrs. Frank Cummins, second.
Mri. Goos. assisted by her daugh
ter. Miss Harriett, served a luncheon
at the conclusion of the party.
Thursday evening Mrs. R. A. Bates
entertained at her home on North
Seventh street her house guests, Mr.
and Mrs. George W. Thomas of Los
Angeles, and Mrs. Pearl Mann and
son. County Surveyor Robert M.
Mann. The very pleasant dinner
narty was honoring the visitors as
ell ns the birthday anniversary of
Mr. Mann. The table decorations
were in blue larkspur. Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas, who have been here for the
past few weeks, are planning on leav
ing Tuesday on their return to the
St. John's Circle
Circle 1 of the St. John's Altar
society held its postponed meeting 1
cnteen members and 3 guests were
present at the meeting.
Following the business meeting,
which was presided over by the presi
dent, the group snent the time in
visiting and social gathering.
The afternoon was concluded with
the serving of refreshments by the
hostess assisted by Mrs. Phillip Le
pert, Mrs. Joseph Helgl. and Mrs.
Clement Nave. .
Entertains California Cousins "
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hirz enter
tained at dinner last evening a croup
of friends and relatives In honor of
, Mr. and Mrs. Horner McQuillian
and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thomas and
son, Donald who are in Plattsmouth
visiting with their many friends and
! relatives. The two families are from
Los Angeles. California and the ladies
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are cousins of Philip, Misses Emma
and Elizabeth Hirz of this city.
The' guests present at the dinner
included the Californians. Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Sikora and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Gilbert Hirz and family,
Misses Emma and Elizabeth Hirz.
Following the dinner Mr. Thomas
showed moving pictures of his family
from the time they were small until
they were grown, this feature of
the evening proving most entertain
ing. Mrs. Lorine TJrish Entertains
The Bi-Monthly pinochle club
members were guest? of Mrs. Lorine
Urish at her home on South Ninth
street last evening.
Two tables of pinochle were play
ed. Mrs. Frank Horsak wa a guest.
Mrs. Horsak was winner of first
prize, and Mrs. Charles Waters, sec-
Mrs. Urish served refreshments at
the close of the party.
Thursday Bridge II Meets
Mrs. Carl J. Schneider served as
hostess to the Thursday afternoon
bridge club II at her home yester
day afternoon. No guests; all of
the club members were present.
Mrs. L. S. Pucelik won the high
est honor while Mrs. W. V. Ryan
received second honor.
The card games were concluded
with a luncheon served by the hos
tess. Announces Engagement
Jess Elliott announces the engage
ment of his daughter. Miss Lila Jane
Elliott to Mr. Leo Meisinger of Cedar
Miss Elliott was born and raised
In this city and attended the Platts
mouth schools where she has received
her education. She is well known
here and has a large number of
friends who will learn with great
happiness of her engagement.
Mr. Meisinger is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Rudolph Meisinger of Cedar
Creek where he was born and reared.
No definite date has been set for
the wedding as yet.'
Entertain Ashland Group
The ladies aid of the First Chris
tain church of this city entertained
the members of the Ashland First
Christian church aid society Wednes
day afternoon at the church. Twenty-five
ladies and their pastor. Rev.
Stevenson of Ashland were present
as guests at the fine program and
luncheon that was served for them
by the local ladies.
At 2:30 a program was given by a
number of the talented members of
the church. The program was in
charge of Mrs. Hal Garnett, Mrs.
Charles Manners, Mrs. J." W. Taenz
ler and Mrs. Roy Stine. The program
opened with a hymn sung by all pres
ent, followed by the doxology given
by Rev. Stevenson of Ashland. Mrs.
Hal Garnett sang a solo, "In the
Beautiful Garden of Prayer," Miss
Evelyn Gooding serving as the ac
companist. Mrs. Hazel Moore was
heard in a reading, "In the Five and
Ten Cent Store." Mrs. Ed Ofe and
Mrs. L. D. McKinney were the ac
tresses in a short playlet , entitled,
"The Cheerful Caller." David Robin
son, assisted by a group of eight
girls consisting of Maxine Graves,
Betty Reed. Alleen Reed. Doris Lees
ley. Virginia Hofacker, Shirley Lees
ley, Aileen Handley. and Norma
Spangler, were seen in a drill and a
playlet. "The Old-Fashioned Garden."
At the conclusion of the program
the Ashland guests and local aid and
w i r o q m
Tnomhera nil (leSCendCU lO
,,,.,, arira ,- hPre a luncheon
Miss Jean Knorr. who is home
from Lindewood college at Charles
City, Mo., and Mrs. O. C. Hudson of
this city were heard in very lovely
K. B. Club Meets
The K. B. bridge club met Thurs
day evening with Mrsi Frank Bes
tor at her home at 221 North 4th
street. The club had the pleasure
of having three guests present, they
being Mrs. Frank Mullen, Miss Mar
garet Rotten. of this city, and Mr&.
H. F. Rokahr of Phoenix. Arizona.
Bridge was played during the eve
ning and Miss Laura Meisinger won
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the first prize; Mrs. John Wolff, sec
son and Mrs. Garnett sang several
ond; and Mrs. Frank Gobelman,
third. The traveling prize was
awarded to Mrs. H. F. Rokahr of
The evening was concluded with
the serving of refreshments by the
From Saturday's DalTy
Entertain for Hadrabas
Dr.-and Mrs. P. T. Heineman en
tertained at a 6:30 dinner last eve
ning, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Theo
dore Hadraba of Prague, Czechoslo
vakia who are visiting with Mr. Had
raba's father, Joseph Hadraba as
well as other relatives and friends.
Mrs.' Heineman was unassisted in the
arrangements and serving.
Guests at the dinner included Mr.
and Mrs. George Dobson, Joseph Had
raba, of this city, and Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Hadraba of Prague, Czecho
slovakia. Entertained at Omaha
Friday afternoon Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Thomas of Los Angeles
with their hostess here, Mrs. R. A.
Bates, were at Omaha as guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mc
Cleave, 1510 South 56th street. The
guests were entertained at a very
charmingly appointed dinner at the
McCleave home and later the time
3pent in visiting among the members
of the family group.
?.;s. McCleave is an aunt of Mr.
Thomas and at the dinner were pres
ent Mr. and Mrs. John Todd, of Cal
gary, Alberta, Canada, the former an
uncle of Mr. Thomas, as well as Mrs.
Mark Todd, of Kimball. Nebraska,
who is visiting the relatives in this
part of Nebraska. Mrs. Mark Todd is
a daughter-in-law of the late L. C.
Todd of California.
Charivari for Worthans
On Thursday evening. June 22 an
other charivari party was tendered
in honor of a recently-wedded couple,
Mr. and Mrs. Corner Worthan, the
latter formerly Miss Edythe Lynn
Tushinsky, who were married Sunday
evening, June IS at the First Pres
byterian church in this city. The
charivari, held at Mr. and Mrs. Wor
than's new home in Murray, was at
tended by some seventy-five friends
and relatives of this popular couple.
Plattsmouth, Mynard. and Murray be
The evening was spent in visiting
and social gathering among the large
;roup present. Favors were also given
out to the men and women present.
At a late hour refreshments were
3erved the guests by Mr. and Mrs.
Worthan, assisted by a number of
their friends and relatives.
Shower for Miss Simonton
Mrs. Louis Lohnes and Miss Marie
Vallery entertained at a miscel
laneous shower last evening at the
latter's home at 902 Second Avenue
in honor of Miss Sue Simonton whose
marriage to Mr. Ralph Hyde will
take place Sunday, June 25 at Louis
ville. A large group of the close
friends of the bride-to-be were in at
tendance at the shower.
The evening was spent in playing
games with prizes being awarded to
Mrs. Gaorge Thun and Mrs. Arlie
Christensen. A bride book was made
as a convenience to the coming bride
and the prize for the best book was
riven to Miss Frances Koeble. During
the evening the guest of honor, Miss
Simonton opened and displayed the
many useful and beautiful gifts, that
were arranged in the umbrella style.
Following the party the hostesses
served a luncheon.
VETERAN PITCHER HERE
Thursday evening one of the best
known figures in Omaha baseball
history was a visitor in the cicy for a
few hours, coming down with Karl
Jardine for a short combined busi
ness and pleasure trip. This ball
Dlaver was Joe Lotz, who for a great
many seasons with the big shot of
the metropolitan semi-pro ranks and
later entered professional ball. Joe
In his price was one of the best men
In the game, leaving a record that
has been hard for his successors to
FEDERAL TIRES & TUBES
First Tire and Tube at . .List Prices
Second Tire and Tube at .... List Prices
EXAMPLE: 600 x 16 8
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Second Tire (V2 List) 5.58 Second Tube (i2 List) .80 8
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Time to Think
About the 4th
Wherever You Celebrate You'll Need
Clothes for the Occasion A
Few Suggestions Offered
The Fourth is just around the cor
ner. If you. are going on a picnic,
you will need a play suit or a slack
suit. Why not drop in and see those
new slack suits made by Sally Togs,
iuspired by Ginger Rogers. Sizes 12
to 20. Price is only $1.95.
Then, for those going to a cele
bration, there's need for a new drees
aud we recommend Nelly Don Soap
sud fashions, priced as low as $1.95
and up to $7.95. They make sum
mer lighter In every way. Keep you
looking blithe and gay. Make those
cleaning worries nil, in other words
they fill the bill. Nelly Don styled
them just for you, with all your sum
mer plans in view for work and
play, for travel fun in colors bright
as a summer's sun. Just try one on
for try them all). Wear them now
and on to fall.
Also new cool summer sheers at
only $1. Not just a few, but dozens
of these dresses to select from in
sizes 12 to 52.
Then, you'll undoubtedly want a
new hat for the fourth or your trip.
We're showing many new white
itraws and linens, also navy and
black. Felts in pastel shades, priced
at 91.OO and $1.95.
Come into the Ladies Toggery this
week and see the new merchandise
arriving for Fourth of July shop
pers. It's always a pleasure to show
vou the new and becoming modes.
We invite comparison of quality and
Coats and Suits
These grand fashions are being
licked up fast by vacationers and
Mirise planning for early fall. Our re
maining entire stock of dark dress
oats, pastel and tweed casual coats
ire on sale at greatly reduced prices
from $2.95 to $10.95.
Whatever your needs and desires
in ladies apparel, you can fill them
:nost economically at
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Shop of Personal Service.
MARRIED AT GRAND ISLAND
Miss Henrietta Oxley, daughter of
Mrs. Edith Oxley of Cedar Creek was
united in marriage at the Christian
church at Grand Island by Rev.
Lowell MacTarlane Monday, June 19
to Mr. Daniel Ice., Jr., of Polk. Ne
braska, son of Mr. Daniel Ice of Wyo
ming. The bride wore a blua dress with
black accessories. The groom wore
a business suit of Oxford gray.
The young people will motor to
Washington state where they ex
pect to make their home.- The bride
attended Plattsmouth high school one
'JUST SO" SEWING CLUB
Betty ' Schubeck entertained the
Just So sewing club Friday morning
at her home.
The members of this Learning to
Sew 4-H club are working on their
Louise Miller gave a demonstra
tion on buttonholes and Betty Schu
beck showed how to apply rockrack.
They are planning an Apron, Par
ade at the next meeting which will
be held at the home of Ruth Ann Hatt
next Friday morning at 9:30 All
members are urged to bring their
Delicious refreshments were served
by Mrs. Ernest Schubeck and Betty.
Jess Ogden, employed at the Ly-man-Rl;hey
sand gravel pits near
this city, is at the Immanuel hos
pital at Omaha where he was taken
j Wednesday and operated on Thurs
Iday for hernia. The patient is re
' ported as resting easily and it is
hoped will soon be on the highway
' to complete recovery.
IttONTJAY.. TU1TE 26, 1939.
MARRIED AT QLENWOOD
Before the district Judge in Glen
wood, Iowa, Mrs. Florence Brown and
Mr Willie Robinson of this city were
united in marriage In the Glenwood
courthouse on Friday, June 2, 1939.
the couple was accompanied by the
groom's father, who served as wit
ness during the ceremony.
The bride was dressed in a blue
satin frock and the groom wore a
Following the wedding ceremony
the wedded couple motored back to
Plattsmouth where they started
housekeeping immediately. They are
residing in one of the residences on
North Fifth street.
The bride Is the eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. N. Kennedy of this
city and the groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Robinson, also of
The Journal "w ith their many
friends join in wishing them a long
and happy wedded life.
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Vz lb. Green 35c
14 lb. Black 10$
y2 lb. Black 39b
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4 Its. for 25
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IGA ALL MEAT
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3 lbs. and up. Lb..
Seedless Grapes, lb.. 15b
New Potatoes, 10 lb. 25
Tomatoes, per lb... 10 1
Firm, Red Ripe
Grapefruit, 3 for . . 106
Calif. Seedless. 126 Size
Cantaloupe, each ..10
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rear of our store. Watchman to
guard your car on Wednesday
and Saturday nights. Use it!
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