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PLATTS2I0UTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL
THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1939.
I the IPlattsmouth Journal
Home from Trip
Parades to be - -Big
Serve Veal Cutlets Cooked
in the Continental Fashion
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I ON ITEMS.
The family friend at any time
there is need, Torter Funeral Home,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crook of Ore
grcn are visiting this week at
the home cf Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Crook, making their home on high
way 75 south of Union.
' Mary Becker was a visitor with
one of the lady, friends, in Omaha
over the week end and also was
consulting her doctor and dentist
while there as- she remained over
' Mrs. Ij. O. Todd was hostess one
day last week at her home when
she entertained the members of the
Ladies' Aid for the afternoon. The
time was occupied in quilting and a
lunch was served.
Sheriff Joe Mrasek and Deputy
Doody were in Union last Sunday
questioning a number of people in
connection with the sudden death of
Boyd Hubler. A number were ques
tioned and then dismissed.
' Miss Evelyn Gude of Nebraska
City, a niece of Mrs. C. E. Morris
was spending last Sunday in Union
visiting with her aunt, Mrs. C. E.
Morris, and uncle Mr. Morris all
enjoying the visit very much.
' Earl V. Keedy and wife of Ash
; land were visiting in Union last
'Sunday with relatives and friends,
they being guests at the homes of
Joe Banning, A, I... Becker and W. H.
Fcrter while here as well as meeting
many of their friends.
Roy Yonkers who has accepted
work at the quarry loading stone,
in handling an especially heavy rock
wrenched his back in uch a manner
that he was unable to continue his
work and has been taking an en
forced layoff for the past wcek: - .
With the apple picking season in
full blast, the W. B
chards are a very busy place," arid
Paul Griffin has been called from
the produce station to assist in the
apple harvest and the business is
being looked after by Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. Griffin, parents of Taul.
Mrs. L. G. Larson who has been
visiting for some time at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Foster
departed a few dyas ago for Plain
view where she is to visit at the
home of another 'i daughter, Mrs.
Frank Brakus and husband. Mrs.
Larson expects to remain in Plain
view for some weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Becker and
little daughter, Mary Anna, were
guests last Sunday at the home of
the parents of Roy, Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. Becker. They spent the day and
enjoyed a very fine dinner, and an
enjoyable portion of the day was the
opportunity to see little Mary Anna
whom the Becker family had not
been able to visit for some time.
Enjoyed Six O'Clcck Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Balfour were
host and hostess at their home in
Union last Monday evening when
they had as their guests fpr the oc
casion Mrs. Frank McCartney of Los
Angeles, Allen McCartney and Car
ried Whitten of Stockton, California.
The dinner party was joined by Clif
ford West and A. L. Boyd and
Charles Ferguson and wife of near
Dunbar. A most enjoyable evening
Have Excellent Meeting-.
The Woman's club of Union were
hostesses at a reception held at the
parlors of the Baptist church of
Union when they gave a welcome
k THAT'S WHAT OUR
'TAILORED TO TASTE'
CLOTHES OFFER YOU!
An Unlrnited Choice of
Styles and Fabrics
jj & Better
to the members of the teaching force
of the Union public schools. A very
delightful program was had, and be
sides the program provided by the
Union Woman's club. Superintendent
L. S. Devoe of the Plattsmouth city
schools presented his mggic act.
Dr. P. T. Heineman and wife of
Plattsmouth were also present. Miss
Ruth Morris entertained the gath
ering with one of her whitsling num
bers. The meeting was ni honor of the
board of education and the teachers.
Will Attend School
Miss jjorothy Niday is to attend
Peru Normal the coming term, and
with her mother, Mrs. John L. Niday
have gone to Peru where they have
an apartment and will reside there
during the school term.
Have Profitable Pall Game.
The Union baseball team had as
their guests at the Union ball park
last Sunday what is known as the
Mount Pleasant baseball team from
up county, and when the game got
started it proved very amusing and
prcfltable for both sides. No very
jross errors wer noticeable on either
fide, but as the weather was warm
no one overheated himself, but when
all the home runs, doubles and three
baggers as well as singles, strikeouts,
walks were compiled it was found
that the home team won from the
risitors 25 to' 24, not a great victory
for either. "
Somewhat of a Change.
Bernard Morris is the old reliable
as the store with the father as gen
eral manager, but W. B. Banning
wanted Bernard to pick apples, and
Ruth commenced her school. Mr. C.
E. Morris had to attend thef uneral
of the late Mrs. Snavely, which
placed the running of the store on
the shoulders of Mrs. Morris, but
all looked after their, respective duties
in the very most approved manner.
Martha Upton Married.
Martha Upton who has been em
ployed in Omaha, met and became
acquainted with Mr. Robert Whit
ford at Omaha, and after a time
they were married and are to make
their home in Omaha where Martha
is employed and the husband will
continue sv'th his studies.
Visited in the North.
Messrs. Verle Ackley, Carl Lind
?ey and Walter Hansen departed last
week for Niagara, North Dakota,
where they went to visit with Carl
Hansen, and enjoyed a fine visit for
a short time, after which they con
tinued on into Canada where they
visited for a time and on returning
home came via Minneapolis. They
were gone about ten days.
Tribute to Mrs. Snavely.
In the death of Mrs. Snavely Sat
urday morning, a jewel was lost to
us all. for a while at least. Our
heartfelt sympathy goes out to the
family in their sad bereavement, as
he was loved by every man. woman
and child in Union. Though we
;rive we know her spirit rests where
oain and sorrow are no more. A
Loving Friend, Mrs. Jos. Lidgett.
Visited With Mother Here.
A. E. Stites of Mt. Pleasant. Iowa,
where he is engaged in the pharmacy
business, brother of our townsman,
Geo. A. Stites. was a guest in Omaha
last Sunday with his brother, and in
which was included Mrs. Edwin Ter
rell, mother of the Stites brothers,
which was a very pleasant gather
ing and enjoyed by all. It had been
some time since all had been priv
ileged to be together. Mrs. Terrell
with the husband have been staying
in the country near Union for the
past few weeks caring for the home
of friend3 while they are taking a
vacation In the west.
For Prompt and' Dependable Ser
vice call Market -3541, -Omaha
The Fort Crook
-. Ft- Crook, Nebr. :
(We Pa All Phone Calls)
Mrs. Emil Lorenz and Son, Jack,
Return Home Thursday After
Vacationing in West.
Following a three, months vaca
tion period spent on the west coast,
Mrs. Eleanor Lorenz and son. Jack
returned to their home here Thurs
The Plattsmouth couple.left twelve
weeks ago for California and spent
two months with their daughter and
sister, Miss Emily Lorenz, who i3
employed as a personal secretary in
the Nelson & Williams Insurance
company offices at Long Beach. "The
company is one of the largest in Lopg
Beach." states Mrs. Lorenz in an in
terview this morning. Following the
visit with Miss Lorenz the couple
went to Burbank, California and
spent the remaining month with the
son and brother, Edward Lorenz. Ed
ward is employed at the Lockheed
Aviation company in that city. Dur
ing their visit in Burbank, the Lor
enz family enjoyed an airplane tour
of the cities by one of the test
pilots of that company.
While in California Mrs. Lorenz
and son enjoyed a sightseeing trip
around the many cities and small
towns surrounding Long Beach and
Burbank. In Glcndale. California
they toured the Forest Lawn Mem
orial cemetery and saw the tombs of
many of the former actors and
actres:Jes. Among these was the
mausoleum of Miss Jean Harlow. In
the Hollywood cemetery they saw the
tomb of Rudolph Valentino.
Hundreds' of former Plattsmouth
people, many of them old-time and
close friends of Mrs. Lorenz, were
-een by the two. In Los Angeles she
visited with an old friend and class
mate. Miss Grace Howard. She spent
a day with Miss Howard.
At the close of a very successful
summer vacation trip the two left
California and arrived last week
Jack resumed his school work at
the high school this morning, where
he is enrolled as a freshman.
DEATH OF MRS. J. C. SNAVELY
From Tueaday'e Dart
The death of Mrs. Mary Eliza
Snavely. 64, well known Union resi
dent occurred on Saturday morning
at the home in Union, following a
heart attack and from which she had
been ill for the past six weeks.
She was born at Seven Mile Ford,
Virginia, on. May 1st, 1S75. a daugh
ter of A. J. and Agnes Porter, and
?rew up in that section of the old
dominion. On December 26, 1900
she was married at Marion. Vir
ginia, to J. C. Snavely, they moving
to Murray, Nebraska, shortly after
their marriage and have resided in
this section of Cass county since
Surviving are her husband and a
son, Carl, at home, a grandson, James
Albert Snavely, Union; five brothers,
G. M. Torter, Lincoln, W. H. and
Blair Porter of Union, and John T.
of Plattsmouth and Wade Porter
of Omaha; three sisters, Mrs. C. F.
Van Patten, Lincoln. Mrs. S. W.
Copenhaver and Mrs. race Woods of
Funeral services were held at
Union this afternoon and the body
laid to rest in the Mt. Pleasant ceme
tery near Nehawka.
MRS. JOHN ROTTER RETURNS
Following a three-months' vaca
ion period spent in Des Moines, Iowa,
Mrs. John Rotter returned . to this
city to resume making her home with
her daughter, Mrs. John Kubicka.
During her stay in Des Moines, she
was a guest of her two daughters,
Mrs. J. W. Worsham and Mrs. Egen-
berger and their families. The for
mer and her husband accompanied
the mother to Plattsmouth and were
gueBts of the Kubicka family for the
PTAK FAMILY HOME
Mrs. Theodore Ptak and infant
daughter are home from the hospital
at Omaha where the little one was
born and both are showing a very
fine progress. The little one is the
object of the greatest interest to
the relatives and with the mother
is feeling very fine.
OMAHA GUESTS HERE
Mrs. Francis Stoll and son. George
of Omaha are in Plattsmouth as
guests of Mrs. George Stoll, mother
of Francis Stoll. The Omaha guests
anticipate remaining here for the
next few days. Mrs. Stoll is a for
mer resident of this city, being for
merly Miss Amber Bomer.
Want ada are read and almost
Invariably ga results.
I Infers; V;
Try them Hungarian style - they're juicy,
tender and savory as chicken
Have you had difficulty with veal
drying out and losing flavot while
cooking? Then you'll welcome this
recipe for Hungarian Veal Cutlets!
They're easy to prepare and so
flavorful and juicy that you'll be
proud to serve them to your most
In preparing the cutlets, dip them
In bread crumbs, then in egg, and
again in crumbs. Then brown the
cutlets quickly In an all-vegetable
shortening like Spry. This seals in
the juices and flavor; and the cut
lets will be easy to digest. There'll
be no, smoke or unpleasant odor
either, when you brown them In
this pure, shortening. , l
If you want a real "Continental" .
flavor, cover the cutlets with sour
Death of Henry
Resident of Near Xedar Creek aJidihome of sister, Mrs. J. C. Thyge-
. . '. f . " -mm . i
Louisville .M.airy '.Years, Dies
at Ag$ of 87 Years.
The death of Henry Inhelder, 87,
a pioneer resident of Eight Mile
Grove and the vicinity of Cedar Creek
and Louisville, occurred on Tuesday
at Moorefield,' Nebraska, where he
has made his home- in recent years
with his daughter, Mrs. Con Sears
The news of the death of Mr. In
helder will bring a great regret to
the old friends, who are still living
in the community In which he had
so large a part ' in assisting" to de
velop. ; -
Mr. Inhelder came to Cass county
as a youth and was engaged in farm
ing for many years and on April 7,
1874, when twenty-two years of-age
was married to Miss Annie Schneider,
daughter of Mr. . and Mrs. Jacob
Schneider, also pioneer residents of
that part of Cass county. He has.
however for many years lived in-and
He is surviTed by one daughter.
Mrs. Sears, tbe wife . and another
daughter preceding him In death..
He is a brother-in-law of H. A.
Schneider, president of the Platts
mouth State bank.
The body is being brought to
Louisville where funeral services will
be held at 2 o'clock Thursday after
noon and interment be made nt the
The services at Louisville will be
at the Methodist church. The fam
ily will meet at the home of Mrs.
Mary Schneider at Cedar Creek.
FUNERAL OF MRS RODERICK
Funeral services were held on Sat
urday afternoon at the Sattler fun
eral home for Mrs. Bertha Roderick,
who. died very suddenly Thursday
evening as the result of a heart at
tack. Rev. S. G. Schick, pastor of the
St. Paul's Evangelical and Reformed
church, conducted the services and
brought the message of the Chris
tian faith to the members of the
During the sarvies Mrs. R".v
Herring gave two of the old and
loved hymns, with Miss Leona Mei
slnger as the accompanist.
The interment was atfie Oak Hill
cemetery and pall bearers comprised
old friends and neighbors. Albert
Kearns. Joseph M. Sedlak. George
Miller. Sam Brooks. Louis Herriug-
ton, Frask Rebal. . " '
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HUNGARIAN VEAL CUTLETS
Deliciously tender and juicy
l vral trak. 1J inches tliick
Sued bread crumbi
1 egR. slightly beaten
with 1 tablespoon water
Cut veal into pieces for serv
ing. Dip in crumbs, then in
beaten egg, and again in crumbs.
Rub frying pan with garlic.
Heat pan very hot. Add Spry
Brown veal quickly on both
sides. Reduce heat.
(.4 measurements in
cream instead of milk before bak
ing. Serve with tender green peas.
Then watch how quickly every last
HERE FROM TEXAS
Ralph W. White, former resident
here and a very prominent figure in
the telephone business in the south
west, is here from Dallas, Texas, for
a visit with his relatives. Mr. White
has been at Nebraska City at the
on. ana teaay wiin air. ana mrs.
Thyge3oh, mdtorwT here to meet Mrs.
J." A. Donelan, another sister, they
going to Omaha for a visit. Mr.
White will also visit at Tapillion at
the Karl Brown home. . '
is Operating at
Great Corn Pack Followed by Rush of
0rdrs 'for Pork and Beans Made
Famous by Norfolk Pack.
The Norfolk Packing Co. plant in
this city is now being operated at
full capacity despite the fact . that
the seasonal runs of peas and sweet
corn have been cleaned up and one
of the best packs in the history of
the plant recorded.
The plant is now operating on can
ning pork and beans, and incidentally
If you have never tasted the Norfolk
brand of this staple, you have miss
ed a good bet. This is the first sea
son that the plant has been forced
io operate at its full capacity in
Iiandlintr this line a3 usually the
pack has filled in much of the win
Orders are streaming into tb
plant and as the result there will be
a double shift put on the pork and
beans pack, keeping some 150 busy
at the plant when usually after the
seasonal run the force i3 something
The success of the plant is very
pleasing to the community and a
recognition of the fine brands of
canned goods that the Norfolk com
pany is placing in the hands of the
wholesale houses of ths great middle
VISIT AT LINCOLN
Mrs. V. F.Kelley and daughter.
Miss Hazel, departed Tuesday for
Lincoln where Miss Hazel will enter
the University of Nebraska and will
enjoy the pleasure of. "rush" week.
Mrs. Kelley will also enjoy a num
ber of the social features or me
Thomas Walling Company
Abstracts of Title
Phone 324 - Plattsmouth
4--H- M'H-K' M M-M-M-fr
1 clove garlic, cut in half
H cup Spry (triple-creamed shortening)
1 teaspoon paprika
2 cups milk or sour cream
Add paprika. Cover veal with
milk or sour cream. Cover
tightly. Bake in moderately slow
oven (325 F.) about 14 hours.
During the last 15 minutes re
move cover to brown veal. One
pound veal will serve four people.
this recipe are Irrel)
morsel vanishes and how your
family simply beams with satis
faction! Philpot Case
is Decided by
Long Standing: Suit Oyer Accounting
i . and Determination of Estate
' Decided This Morning.
The, litigation which has been in
the district court for some time to
determine the status of the proper
ties involved and the division of the
estate -of the late Charles Philpot, of
Weeping Water, .was decided this
morning in the district court by
Judge W. W. Wilson,' in the case of
Searl S. Davis, guardian and special
administrator vs. John W. Philpot.
In the findings of the court it was
round that John W. rhilpot, the
trustee in charge of the property
had. received the sum of $82,753.39
in his handling of the property of
his father, that he had expended the
sum of f85.571.67, in his capacity,
he court finding that the defendant
John W. Philpot was entitled to the
",um of S2.818.2S for the difference
in the amounts received and expend
ed. The court also ruled that the de
fendant John W. Philpot was not
entitled to remuneration for his ser
vices and that all of the real and
personal property of the late Charles
Philpot be placed in the estate.
VISITS IN THE CITY
Mr. and Mrs. J. Albert Van Anda of j
Fremont, were house guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Robertson, Satur
day for a few Hours. They were en
route to Kansas City where they will
attend to . some business affairs.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to take this opportunity
to thank our friends and neighbors
for tlreir kindness and sympathy dur
ing the illness and death of out
father. Tom Ruby, Mrs. Fern Gru-
ber, Mrs. Dewey Reed and Families.
Theatre . Nebraska City
Sat. - Sun. - Mon. - Tues.-
2 BIG SHOWS 2
"HOTEL For WOMEN"
with Ann Sothern, James
Ellison and Big Cast
THE RETURN OF THE
with Warner Baxter, Lynn
Bari and Cesar Romero
IVIatlr.ee Sat. and Sunday, 2:39
Farmers Parade Thursday, Great Mer
chants and City School Friday;
Rural Schools Saturday.
Th6 glamor of a pnraue is one of
the features that makes American
festal gatherings outstanding and
this feature will be emphasized in
the King Korn Karnlval of 1939.
inis year mere wm ha no Wednes
day parade, all efforts being stressed
for the coronation, the main event
of the day.
the Farmers parade will be held
on Thursday and this has the promise
of being bigger and better than ever.
wun a nne display or noats of all
i l . - .
nmua, snowings or agricultural' prod
ucts and a showing of the fine-stork
of the Cass county farms. The resi
dents of this nearby community that
participate In this parade each year
are assurances of the parade being
something Just a little bit better
than the one previously given.
The Thursday evening program
will be marked by the Mardi Gras
oarade in which the participants on
foot will stage a comic and fancy
Iress group and in which each In
dividual can express to their fullest
imagination the characters that
they may wish to represent.
On Friday afternoon there will be
fhe Merchants and city school
parade, a feature that this year Is
expected to be much larger than
usual and In which many beautiful
nd attractively arranged floats will
;e found in the line of the parade.
Many of the local business house
re now busy in the preparation of
'heir floats which will cover jinany
themes. The school children will also
participate in their always clever
manner and helping make the parade
one of the largest that has been
seen in the city. '
On Friday evening the Czech
parade will be staged, or as it Is
officially known as All Nations
oarade. but In which the residents
of Czech descent have always given
the greatest representation. Omaha
groups are expected to be here to
participate In the parade and the
pleasant time which will make up'
the evenine- festivities.
The Saturday parade will be that,
of Rural :S.chools and will be under
th direction of Lora Lloyd5 Kllck,'
county .superintendent,, and the teach-1
ars of the county. The various dis
tricts will be represented and espe
cially in this section of the county
it is hoped to have practically every
school In the line of march with a
flrtof Throa will Yc a mnn r (Ka nut-
Itanding features of the Karnlval as
the teachers have chosen many Inter
esting themes on which to build the
Not enly will there be floats and
marching foot groups, but plenty of
good snappy bands to make the mu-
TO LEAVE FOR DES MOINES
f'rnm Tuesday ratly
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Carpenter are
Icavinjr this evening for their home
in Des Moines, la. following a day's
visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Jahric
end family in Plattsmouth. The Car- '
penter couple were in Lincoln today
on matters of business but returned ;
to this city and left for their home ;
this eveninr. Mrs. Carpenter was the
former Miss ranees Ghrist, a mem
ber of a pioneer and prominent family. '
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
HOI III '-: KKTI UK nuo;)t M '
'Jones Family in Hollywood' ;
Its California or Bust" The"
Joneses" Greatest Hit!
Glrnrfn I'nrrrll fn M-rton tlarl.nne In
'Tetchy Runs for Mayor'
Wliy kiss laliies? Tliey don't vote! Also
Floyd Olblions Adyentnre and Serial.
Matinee Saturday at 2:30
Adults 25o Children. . .101
SUNDAY - MONDAY
The most different story to Mt the
screen In many months. Don't miss it
AIxo 7iird. Cnrloon and rna
SI HAY MATINBB AT 2i30
NlKht MlOtlTB. T .ml O
Matinee, 10-25o Nlghte. 10-30o
llfirraln Dn Mnrcaret l.ludxar. Hoa-
uia nrnii '"U t.al KimI KIiU In
They reform the reform school their
finest picture. Also Corned v an.l vnv.
city Heels. Matinee, at 2:30. Nites. 7-9
All Shows, 10 and 15o
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
Mr- Special Kin Korn Karnlral Show
- ufjf otr, smiley liarnrtte
and .oah llurr Mtarrrd In
Klnsr of the Itange Rider rides again!
tet Kandern utid Sally Jrr la
'The Saint in London'
Horr.ance and drame in this current
mystery fiction. Adults, 23; Children, 10
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