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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1938)
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOT7KITAI
Get Our Prices
Before You Sell Your
Conveniently Located 5th and Main
Center of Business Section
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Klimm were
visiting at Kansas City for a few
days, enjoying a pleasure trip as well
as visiting friends. They also stop
ped at Leavenworth, Kansas, on the
way back, to look over this inter
Harry Buffington and T. G. Klimm
were at Lincoln the past week, go
ing there to have the crippled child
of the Buffington family placed in
the hospital there for" treatment.
Miss Alma Linkie and rather and
Miss Alice Steel, of Nebraska City
were visitors at the Klimm home on '
Sunday. Miss Linke has taught
school in Nebraska City for the past
Miss Margaret Moore has been in
Omaha where she was a guest of her
sister, Prances as well as friends.
MAKES HOLE IN ONE
A. W. Cloidt. who in the past has
showed a fine record in his golf Sun
day added another hole in one to
hi3 achievements, it being the fifth
that he ha3 scored on' the local
course, making the hole on No. 2.
He was playing a round with James
Holy at the time of the perfect shot.
Cans . . .
Ad for Flattsmouth, Fri.. Sat, December 9th and 10th
A Larre Selection of Tasty
Varieties at Low Prices!
Orange Slices or
Peanut Briitle, lb.-.
Cut Rock or 10CK; Filled
2, lbs. sk &
3-lb., 656: l-lb.
5-lb. Box, 98
Her Majesty Cherry
l-lb. Box &
Mb. Boy. d.
Smcked Wilson's Certified Shankless Tender
Process. Very delicious. Whole or half. Lb.
Cudahy's Pure, Rex Brand in buik
iLidHU 10 lbs., 78c; lb
(End Cuts). Lb
Tender. Juicy Round Bone
cr Shoulder Cuts, lb
Genuine Spring Lamb
Shculder Cuts, lb.
Tender, Juicy Sirloin or Short Cuts, lb., 19c An
Round, Swiss-or T-Bone, lb
n Mf. IUmm Selected Loins. End Cuts, lb., 15c
FOril CHOPS Choice Center Cuts, lb
BaCOtl SqUareS Fancy, Sugar-Cured, lb. 12 Jc
Hamburger 2Fr?bssh,y.G.round. .Ecef. .Cuts. ...... .25c
Minced Luncheon sliced or Piece, 2 ibs. 25c
Salmon or Sable Fish S5 2r.bs...25c
Whiting FiSk Headless, Dressed, 2 lbs.'. -15C
Fresh, Solid California
Iceberg. Per head
CtiiaSiiiff Sweet, Juicv Texas Marsh Seedles3 Ttg
Vi dpCirUit Larne Size,' dozen. 35o; Each
n3lAnc Juicy Florida. Larce Size, doz., 23c
JfcailgCd medium Size, dozen
CALIFORNIA SUNXIST SEEDLESS NAVELS
Lare Size, dozen, 27c; Medium Size, dozen
fsxl Ar Fresh, Tender California
CltJAy Well-Sleached, Large Stalk
A nnloc Fancy Idaho Rome Beauty or Winesaps f A
i-aPPlCS Bushel. S1.79. 4 Ibs SC
OflirifliP u- s- Ko- 1 Idaho Yellow aa
JlfilOnS 50-lb. 3a?, 39c; 3 Ibs IOC
U. S. No. 1 Idaho White Onions, oer lb 5c
Dates ?in.Ha!n:!n.Bu!k 19c
T'o r U. S. No. Louisiana Porto Ricans
A Cti21C Fins for Baking. 4 Ibs
Fresh, Tasty! Priced Low!
5-lbs., 95; tygc
2-lbs., 390; Mb.5V
Pecans, lb.. .
Med. Washed 41 n
Brazils, lb. . .
Long Type Baby n
Walnuts, lb. . 21c
Jumbo Roasted 'tf'Of
Peanuts, lb. . 14
WHITE KING Del Monte Sliced or Half
GRANULATED SOAP PEACHES
WHITE KING Scoop FREE with
TOILET SOAP ' Pillsbury's S no-Sheen
Spry Shortening ?:!: ll iov
for Fine Laundering!
Van Camp's, 9-oz.
Cans, 4 fcr
Lux Toilet Soap
Tomato Soup SSct?5.!. 19c
SUgar Fine Granulated Beet 10 lbs. 40C
CoESee sWSXJnfo"f. 45c
Green ' 1370
Vz-lb. Pkg,33 ; 14-lb. M, i w
Brown L., 0. Pekoe 4f)f
-lb. Pkg, 37 ; y4-lb. iV
12 Ways to Please Baby !
' Dozen Cans
Hitz Butter Crackers Kg5:.... 22c
Crackers ?A?.w?dV? 14c
Prunes ? ffiiW.K?.?1.?. 25c
FlOUr Coronet Brand, 48-lb. Sack .QQC
Tomatoes SiTCTC. : .25c
GrapeSruit Juice S2 Sdfor.25c
Orange Juice ITi 'ISZT. . . lOc
1 Lb. Can
or Glass Jar
6 Bofls 23
Red Cross Towels
3 KoUs 2SC
for Coming Year
Mrs. William F. Evers Named as
Worthy Matron of Home
x Chapter No. 189.
Home chapter No. 189, Order of
the Eastern Star, held its annual
election of officerso n Tuesday eve
ning at the lodge rooms in the Ma
sonic building and with a very large
body of the membership in attend
ance. The officers selected were:
Worthy Matron Mrs. William F.
Associate Matron Mrs. W. L.
Worthy Patron John Jahanasek.
Associate Patron L. L. Wiles.
Conductress- Miss Marie Nolting.
Associate Conductress Mrs. Wiley
Secretary Miss Clara Weyrich.
Treasurer Miss Mary Petersen.
The other officers of the chapter
will be appointed later by the new
SCHOOL BOARD MEETS
The board of education held their
regular monthly meeting Monday
night at the school house to take up
a large number of matters that were
The board of education received
the resignation of Mrs. Lora Lloyd
Kieck, teacher in the first ward, ef
fective January 1st, as she is to
take up her duties as county super
intendent of schools. As successor to
Mrs. Kieck the board named Miss
Ruth Evelyn Horn, of Papillion, who
has had three years teaching ex
perience and comes here very highly
The board also decided that the
Christmas vacation would Btart on
Wednesday, December 21st and
school resume activity on Tuesday,
It was also voted that the meet
ings of the board be held on the
first Monday of the month at 4:15
p. m., in the future.
ATTEND TAXPAYERS MEETING
From Monday's Dallv
This morning H. A. Schneider,
.County Commissioner Elmer Hall-
etrom. County Treasurer John E.
Turner and State Senator Fred L.
Carsten, departed for Fremont. They
attended a meeting of the Ne
braska Taxpayers League which is
holding a ' two day session. Many
speakers from over the state will be
at the meeting and discuss the tax
problem from many standpoints.
Governor Cochran will be among the
speakers at the sessions.
J. A. Edgerton, one of the long
time residents of the city, was oper
ated on Monday at the University
hospital at Omaha in an attempt to
correct an eye trouble I from which
Mr. Edgerton has suffered in recent
years. Mr. Edgerton was taken to
the hospital four weeks ago for the
operation but suffered a very severe
heart attack that made necessary
his being kept quiet and in bed until
the attack passed sufficiently for the
BIRTH OF SON
From Tuesday's Pally
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Johnson on Wintersteen Hill was
made very happy with the advent
of a fine eight and a quarter pound
son this morning. The mother and
little one are reported as doing very
5 lbs. and up, lb. ...... 13
Under 5 lbs., lb U
5 lbs. and up, lb 13
Under 5 lbs., lb 11
Leghorn Hens, lb 9
Stags, lb 10
Leghorn Springs, lb 8
Cox, lb. . 7
CREAM, today . . .21 1
At this price, one gallon of Cream
testing 46 brings you a return of $1
May we handle your next can of
Cream? Egg market is top heavy!
A. R. CASE
Phone 238-J, Plattamouth
Mfjtfi -and wt hem. UtC jf
kinds cMUtfody eS5?Sk
Fancy Hard Candy 15c
100 Filled Candy - 19c
Grocers Mix .... u 10c
Cherries . . s 23c
flsstd. Chocolates s 89c
48-lb. Bag U!
HONEY DEW H ftf
3-lb. Bag JLU1
SHURFINE 4 Ad
3'2-lb. Bag .fci?v
Shurfine Light or Golden
Regular or Quick
Toilet Tissue 4Qn
Large Rolls. . .3 for
Camay Soap gc
Per 3ar ; . . .
8 Giant Bars
Lava Soap gc
3 Large Bars
Prince Albert or
Ca-sh and Carry
SMALL SIZE jlQC
No. 2V2 Tin
TASTE WELL QSp
32-oz. Jar A3
No. 2'2 Cans, 2 for.
Heavy Syrup 3 for 43c
No. 1 Tins. .
Large No. 22 Can..
I. n. A. BRAND
No. 2 Tins 3 for AS?
?Nrl ?i NURSING DOLL
;)S and wrappers from j
W&( 1- '-Jj MACARONI or -
jkgf. 20c J?
1- !b. Krispy ..15
2- lb. Krispy ...... 27
S KA I a I? B 8
8 iVtancnesKer pecicoi
Cup Cookies and
Cocoanut Strips for
b 1 Pkgs. Butter
S 1 Pkge. Cocoa
h 1 lb. Hcney FL
Hcney Flavored Grahams
(New Energized Pkge.)
Per lb 4-J
"FINEST QUALITY MARGARINE"
Z lbs 45n&?1
CORN FED SHOULDER
Bee Hoast, lb
FRESH (8 to 10-lb. Average)
Picnic Ham Roast, lb. ..... .
Pork Butt Steaks, lb
CHOICE (Cut from 10 to 12-lb. Avg. Loins)
Pork Chops, per lb
WILD SUGAR CURE
Bacon Squares, lb
Longhorst Cheese, lb
Try These Delicious MOCK ,
Chicken Legs, 5c each; 6 or
WILSON'S LAUREL LEAF . (
Pupe Lard. lb.
Give Wilson's Certified Tender Hams for Gifts
V Christmas Wrapped
':t&T Place your Order for Holiday Dressed Poultry
Fruits & Vegetables
22C Size, Doz
Solid Heads, each.
THIS AO FOR FBIDAY AND S ATIBDAV
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