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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1938)
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEEXT 70TJENA1
THTJP.SBAY, PtCEMPER 22, 1928.
HAS ATTRACTIVE DECORATIONS
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Woolheiser in the north part of the
city la very attractive with the sea
sonal decorations that he has ar
ranged on the porch of his home and
which has attracted a great deal of
attention at night when illuminated.
The scene is of the three wise men
and the star of Christmas and is one
that won a prize for Mr. Woolheiser
in a contest held at his former home
in Kansas. It is one of the attractive
Christmas decorations of the resi
dential part cf the city.
Phone news Tlema to N. G.
RULES CHRISTMAS SUNDAY
LINCOLN, D.c. 21 (UP) Christ
mas Sunday will be like any other
Sunday with respect to the illegal
sale of liquor other than beer, Chair
man J. A. McEichen of the state 11
quor control commission announced
He said several inquiries have
been received regarding the status
of the Christmas day inasmuch as
selling of hard liquor is permitted
"So far as w- know it is still Sun
day and liquor sales other than beer
are prohibited by statute," McEachen
Ad for Plattsmouth. Friday, Saturday, Dec. 23-24
PHONE 95 WE DELIVER
ORANGES KSV.'fia Fc..ea. 5c
Ml CnV Largo Stalka
FLOUR Lighthouse, 48-lb. Bag. 85C
ORANGES gOTlwd"p.-'l 5c
APPLES SESKrfK 25c
Delicious Apples, large size. 6 for.
Reg. or Drip, 1
Ib. Tin or Jar
Full lO-lb. Net
Wt. Cloth Bag
GRAPEFRUIT ?,e,s?,.Se6eV.,s. . .25c
P 0T ATOES ft-V WSS.27o
Red Triumphs, 15-lb. bag 25c
Peanut Clusters .""t'VISc
CRANBERRIES ST Sftg?T.23o
Soft Shell, lb., 23c 1Q
BRAZILS, large. b...lw
Pecans, Paper Shell, lb 25c
Br. or Powd.
roni or Spag.
3-1 b. Cello Bag
CRACKERS ?rS WSf. I9c
Plllff lfMM.A Tall Cans
111 I Lit lid III U
nflTCC Fancy Bulk Hallowll
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2-1 b. Cello Bag
nCAFIC Gr. Nthn. 100 lbs., $3.00 I?
ULIlIlO 10 lbs.. 33c; 5 lbs W
CPPC Country Fresh
Xmas Mix, 2 lb.
Happy New Year
Joe's Hew-Way-Mullen's Market
MULLEN'S MEAT DEPARTMENT
We have Extra Meats for Christmas
BEEF ROASTS, extra fancy, Boned, Rolled, lb.. . .220
BONED ROLL PORK TENDERLOIN, lb 300
Extra Fancy Roasts
BABY BEEF ROASTS, extra fancy, lb 180
BEEF STEW, cut, no bone, lb 150
HAMBURGER, fresh cut, 2 lbs .250
PORK CHOPS, choice Center Cuts, 2 lbs 350
PORK BUTT ROAST, lean, lb 17 y20
SPARE RIBS, lean, meaty, lb .. 150
PURE PORK SAUSAGE, lb 15
PORK BRAINS, lb 10
PURITAN HAMS, Tender, whole or half, lb 25
LEG OF LAMB, lb ..25
LAMB CHOPS, lb 25
LAMB ROAST, per lb 22
SLICED BACON, Sib. box 70
GEM BACON SQUARES, per lb 14
PURE LARD, 5 lbs. .....43'
CHEESE, American or Brick, 2-lb. 1kx 43
FRESH OYSTERS, Solid Pack, full Pint .23
Order Your Dressed Poultry for Xmas
All Fresh, Home Dressed
SOCIAL CIRCLE CLUB
The Social Circle club met Tues
day, Dec. 13th at the pleasant home
of Mrs. Martin Sporer for their an
nual Christmas party. Mrs. John
Hobscheidt, Sr., was assistant hos
tess, and every one brought a cover
ed dish. All together it made a
sumptuous dinner. After dinner some
business was discussed, after which
games in keeping with the Christ
mas spirit were played. Everyone en
joyed the Christmas carols that were
sung. Every member present brought
a gift for the grab bag and the draw
ing was a source of pleasure for all.
Some that didn't, get to come sent
their gift and a number was drawn
for them. Each one told what they
considered the most thrilling Christ
mas they had ever had, which was
Interesting indeed. All together It
was a most pleasant day for every
MYNARD IT. B. CHURCH
Paul L. Dick, pastor
Mrs. Georgia Creamer has been
confined to her home the past week
with a severe case of bronchitis.
John Nottelman, Jr., is at home
to spend the Christmas holidays with
Don't miss our Bingo Party to be
held at Lewiston Community Center
Dec. 23rd. Adv.
The River View club held their
annual Christmas party at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hull. The
evening was spent in pinochle and
ames. The evening was much en
joyed by all present.
John Athey Is spending his
Christmas vacation at the home of
his daughter in Hastings, Nebr.
Try your luck at our Bingo Party.
Take home a chicken, pie, or cake or
some prize everyone will enjoy, Lew
iston Community Center, December
23, 8 o'clock.. Plate lunch will also
be served. Public invited. Adv.
The annual Christmas program
will be given on Saturday evening,
December 24, by the children and
young people of the Sunday school.
The committee In charge is: Mrs
Roy O. Cole, Mrs. Herman Meisinger,
Miss Dorothea Fultoiw Miss Velma
Fulton. Members and friends of the
Sunday school and hurch are urged
The church services on Christmas
day will begin a half-hour earlier
than usual. The Sunday school will
be shortened somewhat, and will be
gin at 9:45. The worship service
proper will open at 10:30 with a pre
lude played by Miss Whipple Leon
ard, followed by an antiphonal call to
worship by minister and choir.
Sunday morning, January 1st, the
sermon will be followed by the com
munion service, for which all mem
bers are urged to be present.
From the celebration of this happy
season, may one and all take new
faith and increased courage for the
task of the year ahead.
HAS CAR OVERTURNED
From Tuesday' Dally
John A. Lynch, of Omaha, a travel
ing salesman for an Omaha grocery
house, had the misfortune last night
to have his car overturn on highway
No. 1 west of Murray. The driver
of the car had turned out for an
other car that was parked nearby
and the car was overturned and
damaged to some extent. The owner
of the car was not injured however.
The accident occurred near the farm
of Charles and Edward Howard.
CALLED ON SAD MISSION
Mrs. Joseph C. Warga departed
Sunday for St. Louis, where she was
called by the death of her youngest
brother, William Langhorst, 36, who
passed away Saturday morning. Mr.
Langhorst is the youngest son of the
late Rev. Langhorst, pastor of the
St. Paul's Evangelical church sev
eral years ago.
The funeral services were held this
afternoon at St. Louis.
Whethp voup orlntTna lob fs
large op small, it will recelvo our
prompt attention. Call No. 6.
DIES AT ATCHISON, KANSAS
From Tuesday's Daily
Mrs. Mary Wagner, mother of Mrs.
Earl Hardison of this city, died Sun
day at the family' home where she
has been ill since last Thursday. Mrs.
Wagner has been a sufferer from
heart trouble for several years and
on Thursday was stricken with pneu
monia and from which attack she
failed to rally.
Mrs. Hardison was called to Atchi
son Saturday and was able to be with
the mother in her last hours.
The funeral services will be held
Wednesday morning at Atchison and
burial there. Mr. Hardison is leav
ing Tuesday evening to be at the fun
The Christmas demand is over.
All retailers have bought what
they need. Hens are quoted weak
and lower. We ; appreciate your
business and wish you a Merry
Christmas and Prosperous 1939.
5 lbs. and up, lb 130
Under 5 lbs., lk. lOci
Stage, per lb..; 100
5 lbs. and up, lb 136
Under 5 lbs., lb. 100
Leghorn Hens, lb 90
I a merry Christmas to all 1
Beef Hides,, lb 40
No Trim We Pay for
What They .Weigh
Horse Hides, No. 1 . . $2
We Appreciate Your Business
A. R. CASE
Phone 2S8-J, Plattsmouth
Here's Your Last Minute Gift List!
Men's House Slippers, priced upwards from 98c
Woven Border Handkerchiefs, 3 in box. for 59c
Gift Boxed Neckties, a fine assortment at 69c
Boys Boxed Neckties, new, popular patterns 25c
"Lone Ranger" Tie and 'Kerchief Set 49c
Quilted Robe $4.98
Carter's Pajamas . .$1.95
4-Gore Slip $1.95
Dress Lengths . . . .$1.98
Pure Wool Scarfs. . .98c
Rayon Panties 49c
Men's Socks 25c
Traveling Set . . . .$1.98
Men's Dress Shirts. $1.45
Wool Mufflers 59c
Military Brush Set. .98c
Pen and Pencil Set. .49c
Infants' Gift Set. . . .49c
Boys' Dress Shirts . .89c
Boy Scout Knife. . . .49c
Coaster Set 49c
Luncheon Set . . . .$2.98
Girls Balbriggan Pajamas 98c
Little Girls' Housecoat $1.15
Girls Panties and Bloomers 25c
Girls' Wool Gloves 50c
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We Carry Everything You Require for Your Table. Buy Here for
Economy, Convience and Qualty Merc find ise
Peanut Clusters, lb
OLD FASHIONED A.
Chocolate Drops, lb. IwL
GOOD QUALITY 4fAo
Peanut Brittle, lb. Ill c
Candy, per lb.. ... .
Cherries, 1-lb. box.
Candy, 1-lb. box 19c f
Paper Shell OTf fa
Pecans, lb. c $ g
Atotonds, lb 20C
Jumbo Roasted A ftl- m
Peanuts, lb Ii5
Huts, per lb
Walnuts, per lb
'2 -lb. Packages BLACK
IGA Fancy Eastern
5-oz. Cans, 2 for. .
No. 2 Tins, each. . .
Whole Kernel Golden
No. 2 Tin
Eureka Green or Wax
Green Beans ORo
No. 2 Can 2 for m&
Shurfine Fancy Rochelle
No. ! Tall Can
Large No. 2J2 Can.
No. 2.V2 Can
Sweet Pea Red Pitted
No. 2 Cans 2 for
No. 2 Can
No. 2 54 Cans, 2 for.
2 for 27o
Fancy 2 lbs,
No. 2.V2 Can. . .
NICKEL-PLATED KITCHEN SCOOP
Wn J""" OF EXTRA CHARGE
riiii ( ty ,ast )
In every package of m ,
PILLSBURY'S EOT ft
SNO SHEEN M 3C
CAKE FLOUR lyj
Special "Holiday" Pack
for Soennihen's Store
4 lb. Box 53c
CHRISTMAS FRUITS & UEGETABLES
FRESH PEAS, per lb 15
Fresh GREEN BEANS, 2 lbs. . 25
RADISHES, 3 bunches for. . .10
LETTUCE, large heads, each. .10
ENDIVE, per bunch 12y2
FRESH BEETS, 2 bunches. ..15
FRESH TURNIPS, 2 bunches. ISt
FRESH ONIONS, 2 bunches. .15
PARSLEY, per bunch 5
SOUP BUNCHES, each 5
CELERY, large Jumbo, stalk. .10
Pascal Celery, per bunch 20 $
FRESH SPROUTS, lb 12 y2
CABBAGE, per lb 3
YELLOW ONIONS, 3 lbs 10$
CAULIFLOWER, per lb...l2y2
ORANGES, extra large, each. . .5
Large Oranges, doz.. .45 and 39
Medium size Oranges, doz.. . . .29
Small Oranges, vdoz 19
APPLES, Red Delicious, doz.. .35
All Good Eating Apples, 4 lbs.. 25
Large Delicious Apples, each . . .St
PINK GRAPEFRUIT, each 5
Large Grapefruit, 6 for 250
Medium size Grapefruit, 3 for. .100
FRESH LIMES, each 20
BANANAS, 4 lbs. for 250
COCOANUTS, each 100
SWEET POTATOES, Jersey, lb. . 50
NEW POTATOES, 3 lbs 200
Idaho Russet Potatoes, 10 lbs.. 270
MEAT DEPARTMENT cf
We have Your Choice of Finest Christmas Poultry j
TURKEYS - DUCKS - GEESE - CHICKENS f
See these A-l Poultry. Pick your Bird! Every bird ready for J
the oven. is
Choice Corn Fed Shoulder
I? Beef Roast, lb. .
CHOICE CENTER CUT
p Pork Chops, lb.
WILSON'S Sugar Cured iffo M,
Bacon Squares, lb. .
Pure Lard, lb.
delicious tTfmt m
Minced Meat, 2 lbs. . 3)c M
H FRESH BOSTON PORK BUTT A Aa
E Roast or Steals, lb.. .
Fresh Solid Pack Oysters expressed in to our Market ,j
H Fresh Missouri River Cat Fish m
IbsGIVE WILSON'S CERTIFIED TENDER HAMS FOR GIFTS CHRISTMAS WRAPPED
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