The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, December 29, 1938, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6
PAGE SIX : PLATTSMOUTH SEMI -7WEEKX 'EVENING JOTTCUTAL Former Cass County Girl is Florida Bride Miss Clara Lynn Propst Becomes Bride of Wilbur A. McPhaul, Jr. in Lovely Home Wedding. The marriage or Miss Clara Lynn Poultry Uanted Friday, Saturday Springs, all sizes. Straight Hens, all sizes . . . I fl fi (Over 4 lbs.) f j Jtttf Pullets, any size . . J u All Leghorns, 9 GEESE, per lb COX, per lb. Qt All Poultry must be in good, healthy condition. Culls and thins not taken. BEEF HIDES, lb 4i HORSE HIDES, No. 1 . . .$2 ' 7"'"r Christmas and a number of days Propst, daughter of Mr. an., &Qd wW,e here were at Wayne Propst. to Wilbur Ash me of Mf and Mr8 Charies Phaul. Jr.. son of Dr. and Mrs. eker n Mrs Boedeker being McPhaul was solemnized at Qf Rey and Mrs stewart noon Saturday, December 17, in .i Qf Morgan whiie here home of the brides parents at ixVed v,8iting their many Ur. Aioert oii, EGGS, today, doz 19 CREAM, today, lb. . . . .23 (Eggs and Cream Subject to Market Changes) And the Happiest New Year to you for Years and Years! A. R. CASE Phono 23S-J, Plattsmouth Avondale avenue Presbyterian minister, officiated. The ceremony was performed In front of an improvised altar in the living room which was decorated with wtite chrysanthemums, fern and silver bells. Ixvely nuptial selections includ ing "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice" (Saint-Saens) and the traditional wedding marches were played by Miss Corrine Hallstrom of Avoca, Neb., a cousin of the bride. Miss Kathleen Propst". only sister of the bride, was the maid of honor (wearing a becoming dress of white net over taffeta with a white net halo. Her flowers were red roses arranged in an old fashioned bouquet. The junior bridesmaid, little Miss Jill Johnson, wore a full t skirted white net frock and a white tulle bow in her hair. She carried a colonial bouquet of red roses. Dr. McPhaul was the best man for his son, the bridegroom. The bride, who was escorted by her father was lovely in her wed ding gown of white satin made on princess lines with long sleeves and a high ne:kline. Her fingertip length veil of rose paint lace fell from a Juliet cap and her only ornaments were a locket belonging to her ma ternal grandmother and a strand of pearls. She carried a bouquet of bride's roses and valley lilies. The bride's mother, Mrs. Propst. selected a dubonnet lace model and a corsase of Talisman roses. xs they made their home Sc mber of years. They cenit . 'owa cane a . , ry charge Ivory t&t short distance where Rev. cuse were host and hostess fi home and assisted) by theitfj ter, Mrs. C. R. Troop, whi ; . . . rv This Ad for Friday, Saturday, Dec. 30-31 PHONE 95 WE DELIVER u OMAR FLOUR 48-lb. Sack 51-25 CELERY Larga Stalks Well Bleached 10c radishes ns&jsn'. ...10c y ORANGES Navels, Sweet, Jcy, Med., Doz 1 5c COOKIES Coc. Tops. Chocolates; Sandwich Filled, lb.... 15c AlftlOEIBS Soft Shell lb. . -15c SALFtlOtl Trolling Mb. Tins 10c COFFEE: h Butter-Nut Reg. or Drip. 2 Ib. Tin or Jar A SUGAR Gran. Beet Full lO-lb. Net Wt. Cloth Bag 48c n!i,!n Macarami, Spaghetti, Brown 01 IiaiSIlISor Powdered Sugar, 3-lb...IC SARDINES In Tomato Sauce. Large Oval Tins. IQc FLOUR Lighthouse, 48-lb. Bag. 85C CRiSCO&Spry Veg. Shortening CI 3-lb. Can .....5 IB BEAtiS Great Northern Quick Cookers, 5 lbs. 17c SOAP PAG, Crystal White or O-K, Giani Bars, each... 4c MILK KAMO 4 Tall Cans 25 i CRACKERS White Sodas 2-lb. Box E22 ll UPIII" II I II l " PANCAKE IFL0URrBV"'.10c CORN Bag Tc ma toes or Green Beans ' No. 2 Cans 4 for 29c COCOA 2-lb. Dox. .15c MULLEN'S EAT DEPARTMENT BEEF ROASTS, extra fancy, lb. 16 PLATE BOIL, lean, meaty, lb 10 HAMBURGER FRESH CUT 2 lbs. 25c BEEF STEW CUT NO BONE lb. 15c PORK CHOPS, choice Center Cuts, 2 lbs 35 PORK BUTT ROAST, lean, lb 17 12 PURE PORK SAUSAGE, lb .15 PORK BRAINS, lb .10 LEG OF LAMB, lb 25 Pioneer Sliced 5 lb. Box . ... 7c MONEY-SAVERS CHEESE, American or Brick, 2-lb. box . .43 FRESH OYSTERS, Solid Pack, full Pint. . . .... . .23 1 Assisting were Miss MarTi $ ' son 1 m o". Worth and Miss Kathra Alae Sinde lar of Tampa. After spending some time with their guests, Mr. McPhaul and his bride left for a 1 wedding trip to an unannounced destination and upon their return January 1, they will re side In the Parkdale apartments. The bride traveled in a beige suit and brown accessories. lt-of-town wedding Randolph Whit- nio nf Atlanta entertained their six daughV aul Qf their families. . and as well ' . A. grandchildren. Donald and o" fM ' f?' , M . , Jn, Mr. and Mrs. EI- Rutledge of Nehawka. Thostf " . r . . . J Jr., and Elvin III, were Mr. and Mrs. Robert T ' . ..J C. Edward Wilcox, thur Dinges and wife, th . . ii Wilcox, all of Lake Alvo and Mr. and Mrs., ,f T tl fcMr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Lincoln with another f ,, , . . , , ,-iss Kathryn Mae Sindelar Havelock. 1 . ,,. . TT u, and Miss Corrine Hall- i ,H""ii of Avoca, Neb. air. aim -i The bride was born in Nebraska City, Neb., and was graduated from Nebraska City high school. She later attended the University of Omaha and was graduated from the nursing school of St. Joseph's hospital In Omaha. She is a member of Sigma Chi Omicron sorority. The bride has made her home in this city for the past two years. Mr. McPhaul, a native of Char lotte, N. C, attended preparatory school and later was graduated from the University of North Carolina where he was a member of the Delta Taul Delta fraternity. He is associated with the Surgical Supply company in this city. Jack sonville (Pla) Times Union. The above item will be of Interest to a number of Triends in this com munity as the bride is a daughter of the former Miss Mildred Johnson of thi3 ity. Mrs. McPhaul is a grand daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson and Mr. R. L. Propst and the late Mrs. Propst, at one time prominent residents of Plattsmouth. We can rurnTsri you wTlli Rub ber Stamps made to order at a price considerably below that you have been paying. Prompt service. If you need stamps, see us. HINKY-DINKY WISHES YOU A HAPPY and OUS : INLW YEAR r w Ad for Plattsmouth, Friday, Saturday, Dec. 30 and 31 Del Monte Crushed PINEAPPLE Buffet Cans 3 for 20c -Tfxene Brand Grapefruit No. 2 Cans : 2forlc Del Monte Tomato Juice 1312-02 Cans 4 for 25c Sweet, Juicy Texas Marsh Seed less. Large size, doz, 29; each. Juicy Calif. Sunkist Seedless Navels, large size, doz. . . . . . TTasai 2S Lettuce 7c 10c 5c 10c Cudahy's Pure, Rex (Brand, in bulk. . . . ;eirnimes Sweet,' Juicy Florida, Large. Sice Easy to Peel. Dozen Solid Arizona Iceberg '' Lge. 5-Doz. Size, head... OaI Ar Fresh, Tender, California IftSieiTjf Large. Woll-BIchd. Stalk . AmmIoc Fancy Idaho Winesaps or Ark. Elacks, bu., $1.79; lb AniAne U. 9. No. f Idaho Yellow UI11UI1& 50-lb. bag, 99c; 3 lbs Dates :.. . ..9c Whiting Fish Se42 ,b,..lc iLiEin) Lbs.H Fresh lean. Lb. BceE Roast. ltn-Jc, .b..:i4c Spare Ribs jcfbk. r"ea." 25c PorSt Chops tlr?. 10c Hamburger ESfc&2T,ibi..zSc Manced Luncheon or Bologna SeUati, 2 Lis. . . . 2SC Bacon Squares IS?."; ,b. 12c Oysters ah Psahcrep"nt ..22c Salmon l'-l?,ABLE.F.,SH. 2jc Shredded WEieat 5&r .23c Glencoc Soda, 2-lb. Caddy. 14c ' nr N. B. C. Prcm. Flake. 2-lt. Caddy . .ZiC SUgaS Fine Granulated Beet i . . . . 104bs. 4C CoSeee; Sc?..:,:;:i...... 4Sc FlpUriiWai Brand, 58-Ib. Sack. . . . . . 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Regular Roll ..' - J '! . UJ.. "Eat Fleischmann's Yeast fop Health" c - 1 1 B - Mm- Shurfine everages Ginger Ale White Soda Sparkling Water Large Bottles 3 for ' 1 COFFEE pf.rs noTTi.R IJEPOSIT -V? -'I j.-nino out the old .D nifiG HI Tl TflEW WITH IG 00DS 11 rICl TflEW WITH IGA Shurfine Brand, Mild and Mellow The Best in Town. l-lb. Baff 25c PANCAKE FLOUR STiS!. 10c I-1 Aim SQtTAEE DEAL. Guarantted Flour rLUULI 48-lb. Bag . 80c SUGAR 10 lb. .48c ?oND m Pancalte Flour Guaranteed Quality 3lb. Bftq SANTA CLARA Thompson Seedless Prunes 9Kc Haisins 90c 90-100 size. 4 lbs.. .MJ- 2 lbs., 15c; 4 lbs iSV FREE Pint Bottle SNOWDRIFT Hilex Shortening 40c with Qt. Bottle at. . . 3-lb. Tin K?VW BAKER'S ... CASCO Cocoa HVre, Butter Qftc 52-lb. Tin AW Solids, lb. 4UV BlaClC WalnUt p & Q OP Crystal White Meats 5nc GoaP 35c S-OZ. Pkg. 10 Bars-fdr -2' PARD Shrimp DOg FOOd Jumbo SUe, 18c 4 An 1 lb. can, 9c; 3 for Medium Size .tj'' Corn, Tomatoes, Peas, Spinach Standard Pack . OOC Your Choice. 3 Cans AVt IGA BRAND Jell Povder Jell Dish FREE with 4 Pkgs. at 19c Large Size Head Lettuce Each .......... Fruits and FRESH Spinach Per lt. ; FRESH Carrots Per bunch 7V2C 7c Brusscl Sprouts Hew Cabbage Broccoli Pascal Celery Uegetablcs - Medium 8ize Graperuit Per dozen ....... Fancy Delicious Apples Per dozen GOOD SIZE Oranges Per dozen 2$c 29c Grapes Tangerines Lemons Cranberries MEAT DEPAnTr.EC3T Fresh Boston Pnifr-riMr Boast or Sliced Delicious Raked with Sweet Potatoes. Lb Cudahy's Rex Bacon Dry Salt Cure. 2-lb. nieces and u. Lb We will Slice Any Thickness Desired Choice Corn Fed Shoulder Bce Boast Any Cut Desired. Per lb Makes Fine Oven or Pot Roasts Fresh Cat Fish - Fresh Oysters Fresh Dressed Chicltens 2ic 9 Longharn Cheese lb. 18c Pure Lard Mb. Pkg. 8c Bacon Squares lb. . 14c AD FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY t WE DELIVER PHONE. 23 AND 24 3 "Eat Fleischmann's Yeast ror Health" tsrrs.