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T&tj&siiAV, SEPT. 14, 1939.
PIATTSKOTJT& SEMI - WEEEtT J0TJENA1
From Mtnday's Dally
ST. D. S. Club Meets
Summer meetings of the "W. D. S.
club "were held at the homes of Mrs.
Minerva Cool man and Mrs. Earl Lan
caster. Afternoons -were spent In
games and visiting. The October
meeting will be held at the home of
Mrs. R. A. Noell, October 5.
Neighborly Nine Club
Summer meetings of the Neighbor
ly Nine club were held at the homes
of Mrs. Ralph Gansemer and Mrs.
Ralph Sullivan. Hostesses were Mrs.
Chester "Wiles and Mrs. Bernard
Klinger at the home of Mrs. Gan-
LAND, FARM and
Husking wagon, grain tight box.
Orville Mueller, one half mile south
of Murray. sl4-2tw
semer and hostesses at the home of
Mrs. Sullivan were Mrs. Newton
Sullivan, Mrs. Don Harris and Mrs.
Tomer Headlee. Afternoons were
spent in visiting. Mrs. "Wallace
Terryberry was a guest at one of
the meetings. Mrs. Tomer Headlee
served as hostess to the club this
afternoon at her home.
On Saturday afternoon the fourth
birthday anniversary of Larry Tur
ner was observed with a very delight
ful lawn paty at Garfield park and
at which a number of the little
friends and playmates were invited
to join in the festivities. The time
was spent in games of all kinds and
in honor of the event Larry received
many attractive gifts. At the close
of the afternoon dainty refreshments
were served and which was featured
by the birthday cake and its candles.
The guests of the occasion were
Garry Lee Klinger, Dickie Beverage,
Shirley Claire Duda, Barbara Ann
Sullivan as well as the mothers of
the guests and Mrs. Ben Turner,
grandmother, and Roy F. Turner,
father of Larry.
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Guests at Robertson Home
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Robert
son had as their house guests on Sat
urday and Sunday, Mrs. Maude Pea
body and nephew, Sanford Peabody,
of Riverside, California, who stopped
for a short visit while en route to
the east. Mrs. Peabody. and the
nephew are going to Maine where
they will be members of a house
party given by Rudy Vallee, noted
orchestra leader at his lodge in the
Maine woods. They will be guests of
the Vallee home for some ten days.
On returning frora the visit Mrs.
Peabody and nephew are stopping at
Washington where they will be
guests of Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt,
an old friend of the Peabody family.
The husband of Mrs. Peabody. Lieu
tenant Commander Peabody, USX,
was one of the well known officers
of the navy for a great many years.
Ensign James M. Robertson.. II, who
is on duty with the Pacific fleet, was
a guest at the Peabody home at
Riverside two weeks ago while en
joying a shore leave.
From Tuesday' Dally
Guests Rt Griffin Home
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Griffin.
"WHERE EVERY DAY IS FOOD VALUE DAY"
Ad for Plattsmouth, FrL, Sat., Sept. 15-16
PHONE 33 and 31
Reg. or Drip, 1
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UM 11 IIU 10 Large Bunches, each UC
fs CABBAGE PX'".'
I ITMnflC Large Juicy Calif.
LCliiUflO Sunkist. Dozen ...
Ex. Spec, Lb.
Large Bunches, each.
6 Lbs. for
TOILET TISSUE 7PU?, 25c
Ml I If KAMO BRAND CA
I Lit Tall Cans Each DC
SALAD DRESSING EOT.JSo
P & Q. No. 2
Tins 2 for
3 lb. CAN IBxCAN
2-1 b. Jar
COFFEE iT:". Eo."t:.- 23c
ULLEN'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 ROiVST, extra fancy quality, lb 17
PLATE BOIL, 2 lbs. for .25$
BEEF STEAK, Shoulder, lb 20
Fullerton, Nebraska, were here last
evening as dinner guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Griffin, the
gentlemen being brothers. Mr. and
Mrs. Griffin -were accompanied by
their daughter. they taking her to
Columbia. Missouri, where she 13 to
enter Stephens college.
Joint Birthdays Celebrated
Friday evening, September 8 at the
Byron Galland home at 513 Third,
Avenue was celebrated the birthdays
of Vernon Galland, vrho was twelve
year's old Saturday, and Mr. Robert
Kelly's birthday which also fell on
Saturday. Present were only mem
bers of the two families Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Kelly and children,
John. Robert, and Coma Ann Kelly,
and the Byron Galland family. A
luncheon concluded the evening's entertainment.
5 lb. Box
PORK BRAINS, lb. 10
BEEF TENDERETTES, per lb 30
VEAL BROWNIES, per lb 25
WE ALSO HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Cold Meats - Dressed Poultry - Dill and Sweet Pickles
Honored on Birthday
James ' 'Jimrcr" Helsing, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Helsing of this
city, was the guest of honor at a
birthday party tendered him by his
mother on Friday afternoon, Septem
ber 8. The youth's birthday fell on
Saturday, Sept. 9, but the party pre
ceded his third birthday. Sixteen
children and Beven mothers were
present. The guest of honor received
many gifts as congratulatory tokens
from his friends. At 4:30 Mrs. Hel
sing served ice cream, cake, and pop.
W. C. T. U. Meets
The Women's Christian Temper
ance Union held their September
meeting at the home of Mrs. Walter
Propst yesterday afternoon. Mrs.
Robert B. Hayes, president, .was in
charge ot the business session. The
devotionals were led by Mrs. Ed
Thimgan, her subject being "Tem
perance." Plans were made to at
tend the Cass county W. C. T. U.
convention. The members also en
joyed a round table discussion. At
the close of the business meeting the
hostess served a luncheon.
Entertain for Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Cross enter
tained last evening at their home in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bundy,
who are leaving the city for their
new home in .Missouri. The event
was in the nature of a luncheon and
bridge. Mr. Bundy has been here as
superintendent of the river improve
ment contracts for the Patton-Tully
Attend Bush Week
Misses Frances Cloidt and Jean
Knorr with Mrs. Frank A. Cloidt and
Mrs. R. W .Knorr departed today
for Lincoln where the ladies will
enjoy a few days visit and the daugh
ters enter the University of Nebras
ka. This is rush week at the uni
versity sororities and the Platts
mouth ladies will be guests at a
number of social events prior to the
opening of the university.
Mrs. Louis Lohnes, vice-president;
Mrs. Susie Hyde, secretary; Mrs
Maybelle Gorder, treasurer. Install
ing officer was Past President May
belle Gorder. Plans for the year book
were discussed. No devotionals were
held as Mrs. H. G. McClusky, through
illness, was unable to be present.
Entertains Chicago Guest
Last evening Mrs. Hamilton E.
Mark entertained a. number of friends
at her home in honor of Mrs. Karl
Roessler of Chicago. Mrs. Roessler,
having taught in the schools here has
been making her home in Chicago for
some time. She has been visiting in
Plattsmouth for the last few weeks
and will return to Chicago Friday.
The guests were: Mrs. Henry
Donat, Mrs. Verne Hendricks, Miss
Josephine Rys, Mrs. Frank Horsak,
Miss Mary Holy, Mrs. Louis Svoboda.
Mrs. Hamilton Mark, the guest of
honor, Mrs. Karl Roessler.
VISITS IN THE CITY
Rev. V. C. Wright, who is now
pastor of the Methodist church at
O'Neill. Nebraska, was in the city
Tuesday for a few hours to meet
with the old time friends and en
joy a visit with those among whom
he labored for several years as pas
tor of the local church. Rev. Wright
was en route to Lincoln where he
attended a conference of the clergy
men of the church in discussing sum
mer school activities of the church
as he is a member of the conference
committee in charge of this work.
from Wednesday's Dally
Meeting Held . Tuesday
At 7:30 last evening, the mem
bers of the Catholic Daughters of
America held their September meet
ing in the club rooms of the Holy
Rosary church. Due to the absence
of the grand regent, Mrs. Elmer
Webb, vice-regent, presided at the
meeting, which was a strictly busi
ness one. The society's chaplain was
also unable to be present.
Guild Society Meets
Installing of the newly-elected of
ficers was the main feature of the
meeting of the Westminster Guild
society of the First Presbyterian
church last evening at the church
Fellowship room. Officers installed
were Miss Marie Vallery, president;
Snnday School Teachers Meet
The St. Paul's Evangelical and
Reformed church Sunday school
teachers met last evening at 7:30
with Miss Elizabeth Hirz at 1204
Pearl street. The combined social
business meeting was attended by
nine other members. Election of of
ficers for 1939-40 was the general
issue of the business session. Offi
cers elected were: Mrs. Freda Stibal,
superintendent; Miss Marie Nolting,
primary superintendent; Miss Wini
fred Kaffenberger, secretary; Miss
Elizabeth Hirz, treasurer. A social
hour of visiting followed the busi
ness meeting and the occasion cli
maxed with the serving of refresh
ments by the hostess, assisted by her
sister. Miss Emma Hirz. Others pres
ent were Misses Sophie Kraeger,
Martha Kaffenberger, Mrs. Edgar
Meisinger, Rev. Samuel G. Schick
and Robert Woest.
From Wednesday" IDallj-
Miss Helen Johnson, of Chicago,
who has been visiting with friends
through this section of the county,
departed this morning for her home,
going by the way of Minneapolis
where she will spend a few days.
She was accompanied by Mrs. Wal-
ford Nord, who will also visit at
Minneapolis for a time.
... on the INSTALL
It is surprising, many of our
members say, the ease and
speed in which a goal of
$1,000 is reached with reg
ular payments plus semi
annual dividends, or any
amount at any time
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Lincoln Liberty Life Ins. Co.
of LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
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3 EXTRA AWAfJIAGES
GIVES ALL THREE
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No 'off-flavor' in tender, flaky Spry crust.
Every crumb of it is pure goodness.
"You'll love the crispy, digestible fried
foods Spry gives, too. An' no unpleasant
'fryin odor. Spry is purer. Remember, it's
the only shortenin that gives you all three
of these advantages. Get Spry today.
Notice its handy new hinge-top can."
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Soennichsen's Black & White
Joe's New-Way Market
Knorr's 5c to $1 Store
Lorenz Bros. - EL A. Wurl
H inky-Dinky Store
Frank M. Rice
Rihn & Greene CL Morris
Norvell D. Bothwell Store
Herman G. Penterman
Cedar Creek, Neb.
Valley Trumble - John Peterson
. L. R. Stanley
F. H. Nichols Red & White
O. P. Skagg
Mrs. Rose Tempelmeyer
Sheldon's Store - J. H. Steffins
Elmer Rosenow - Ed L. Nelson
Tutt & Brubacher
I. G. A. Store
Geo. P. Shackley - Jorgeson's
Chas. H. Finley - Fred J. Allen
Charles H. Gibson
Knud Jenson - City Market