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THURSDAY, JANTJAP.Y 12, 1929.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WZELT JOTO7AL
From Monday's Daily
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Cay of this
city are announcing the engagement
of their daughter. Miss Mildred, to
Mr. Charles H. Walden of this city.
The wedding date has not been announced.
Farewell to Leonards
Saturday evening a large group
of old friends and neighbors gathered
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Born where a farewell party was
tendered in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Leonard who are leaving
the latter part of this week for
Redding, California where they will
Look at Jones!
WANTED a home, asked us
about it; started saving for a
down payment in
KEPT at it; wife helped and
they finished the job by means
' of a
LET US HELP YOU
Keep up with
Nebr. City Federal Savings
& Loan Association
Chartered and Supervised by
U. S. Government
make their homes in the future. Some
50 guests were present.
The evening was spent in playing
eard3 from which all derived a good
time. Fred Wehrbein and Mrs. Jack
Vallery were the winners of the eve
ning. At an appropriate hour, delight
ful and delicious refreshments were
served by Mrs. Born assisted by Mrs
Chester Wiles, Mrs. Herman Hen
nings, Mrs. Leonard Born and Mrs
Entertain at Dinner
Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. James W.
Holmes entertained at a 12 o'clock
luncheon at the Hotel Plattsmouth
in honor of their guests, Mr. and
Mrs. George H. Alwine and Mr. and
Mrs. William H. Hulsizer, all of
Trom Tuesday's Dally
Guest at Smith Home
Miss Ann Ortman, of Omaha, is
in the city for a visit at the home
of County Attorney and Mrs. Walter
II. Smith. Miss Ortman is a sister of
Shnffle and Deal Club
The Shuffle and Deal club was
entertained at the home of Herbert
Schutz with cards serving as the
diversion of the evening. Winners
of high scoro were Dr. L. S. Pucelik
and George Jaeger. The host served
a very nxuch enjoyed luncheon.
Mynard Club Honors Members
Over one hundred persons gather
ed at the Mynard community hall
Sunday, January 8, where a farewell
party was tendered in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Leonard who are
leaving soon for Redding, California.
The evening was spent in playing
various games. A program of musical
selections and readings was also pre
sented. The main feature of the eve
ning was the Mynard minstrel show
given by Raymond Cook and his as
Following the program, delightful
and delicious refreshments were
served by a large group of the ladies
of the Mynard community.
Ad for Friday-Saturday, January 13 and 14
PHONE 95 WE DELIVER
PRUHES Italian, No. 10 Gal. 29c
Apricots & Pears No. 10 Gal. 49c
pASfflP PeapSc Apricots, Pine- 4
reaUEieS apple, Windmill, No. 2!2. 1 G
Packed in Syrup Select Quality I
Sweet and Juicy
LETTUCE cshp-.So,.'d.Hea.ds 8c
GRAPEFRUIT l'f SMd!ess.
Reg. op Drip. 2
1b. Tin or Jar
Full lO-lb. Net
W't. Cloth Eag
PADT! Tomatoes or Green Beans OQA
tfUE&ll No. 2 Cans 4 for tU
POTATOES Eg. ye8cK$1:.39 .25c
FLOUR Lighthouse, 48-lb. Bag. 85c
finnffllTC Assorted, Fresh
GINGER SNAPS !!?... 17c
MILK Kamo rf'orCans.
1-lb. Cello Bag
No. 10, Gallon
PANCAKE FLOUR Sf-BS?!'.1 Oc
cvnean rfm Golden
Peannt Butter KZ ZT.
MULLEN'S MEAT DEPARTMENT
SHOULDER STEAK, Baby Beef, 18 lb., 2 lbs.. .35
BEEF ROASTS, extra fancy, lb 160
BEEF STEW, cut, no bone, lb 150
2 lbs. 25c
PORK CHOPS, choice Center cuts, lb 190
PORK BUTT ROAST, lean, lb. ........... . .17120
PURE PORK SAUSAGE, lb.. , 150
5 lb. Box
Pickles - Kraut - Asstd. Cold Meats
Fresh Dressed Chickens
Standard Bearers Meet
The Standard Bearers of the Meth
odist church met on Monday with
Aileen Reed, some twenty-six of the
girls being in attendance. Miss Dor
othy Clock had charge of the lesson
of the meeting. A short business ses
sion was also held. At the close of
the meeting a dainty and much, ap
preciated luncheon was served.
Honor Mrs. Brantner
Sunday a number of friends and
relatives motored to Omaha where
they attended a six o'clock dinner
honoring Mrs. Sybil Brantner who
celebrated her birthday at the
Carlisle Hotel. A number of Omaha
friends and relatives as well as five
of her children were able to be pres
The day was spent in visiting and
a general good time was had by all
Those attending from this city
were: Mrs. Florence Coleman. Mrs.
Carl Ohlschlager, sisters of Mrs.
Brantner; Miss Mary Alice Ohlsch
lager, Betty Ann Farris and Mrs.
W. C. T. U. Meets
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union met on Monday after
noon at the home of Mrs. R. B. Hayes,
an unusually large number being ir
attendance to enjoy the 5ne program.
Mrs. Ed Thimgan led the devotions,
her topic being, "Prayer, Source of
Courage and Wisdom."
Mrs. J. E. Wiles was the program
chairman and gave a very fine
thought on "Legislation." matters
that are urged by the W. C. T. U. na
tional and state groups.
Mrs. V. T. Am gave a report of
the resolutions of the national con
vention covering their program and
which proved very interesting to all
of the group.
The meeting was also dedicated as
a memorial to Mrs. Lillian Stevens,
second president of the national or
ganization and in which a number of
fine tributes were paid this great
leader of temperance.
MrsD. Sk Sumner gave "Personal
Tribute to Lillian Stevens," a very
fine outline of the great service that
the deceased had rendered to the ad
vancement of the cause of tmper
ance in the nation.
Mrs. C. C. Wescott read "The One
Thing I Do." a tribute by Mrs. Ger
trude Stevens Leazitt, daughter of
Mrs. Stevens, to her mother and the
cause in which she had so long la
bored. Mrs. R. B. Hayes served delicious
refreshments at the close of the after
rrom Wednesday's Daily
The Westminster Guild of the
Presbyterian cliureh met at 7:30 last
evening at the home of Mrs. H. G.
McClusky. Five members were pres
ent. Susie Simonton was the leader
of the meeting.
Following the meeting refresh
ments were served by the hostess.
C. D. of A. Meeting
The Catholic Daughters of Amer
ica held their regular meeting at the
club rooms In the Holy Rosary church
Tuesday evening. There was a good
attendance and Rev. J. R. Sinkula
gave a short address to the ladies
on the work of the church.
ANUTVEBSARY OF BLIZZARD
Today is the fifty-first anniversary
of the great blizzard that swept over
the central west on January 12, 1888
and caused several deaths and im
mense loss to stock and property
through the Dakotas, Nebraska and
parts of Iowa.
The older residents of the com
munity recall well the day of the
storm and the experiences that befell
many of the residents of the county
who were caught away from rome.
Those who recall the storm state
that it was a very mild and warm
day, even more pleasant than the
weather today, up until 4 o'clock
when the wind sprang up from the
northwest and with it czfme a heavy
snow that was blown by the heavy
gale and made seeing any distance
The storm had started when the
teachers in the country schools dis
missed their scholars and allowed
them to start home and it was a real
battle for many to safely reach home
even in this section of the state
where the storm was less intense. In
the middle and western sections of
the state, where settlements were few
and the farm homes widely scattered,
the situation was filled with peril. In
some cases the teachers held the
children in the school buildings un
til the next day rather than face be
ing lost in the blinding storm.
CHATTEL MORTGAGE RECORD
Chattel mortgages filed and re
leased in the office of County Clerk
George R. Sayles, shows the follow
ing for the year 193S:
Number filed 4. 162.
Number Released 2,730.
For the corresponding period in
1937 the following were shown:
Number filed 3.467.
Number Released 2.274.
The release of mortgages for the
past year show a very good gain over
that of 1937.
VISIT AILING BROTHER
Mrs. Tim Woster and son, Henry
were at Norfolk Sunday where they
visited with Mrs. Wooster's brother,
Thomas Bowers who is at the Nor
folk Catholic hospital recuperating
from an operation which he under
went recently. The family party
found Mr. Bowers' coming along
RETURNS FROM THE EAST
From Tuesday's Pally
I. C. Callister. superintendent of
the Waterways Construction Co., who
has been visiting in the east for the
holiday season, returned home this
morning. Mr. Callister spent the
holidays with his family at Wilm
ington, Delaware, and while there
also visited with the many old time
From Tuesday Dally
Arley Lester, living in the north
part of the city, was operated on
this morning for the removal of his
tonsils. Mr. Lester came through the,
ordeal in good condition and is re
cuperating at his home.
O PAY MO MORE!
VT7 ti S
UMUER5EI CREDIT EOHIPCnV
Every SATURDAY, at 2:30 P. M. Beginning
Rain or Shine
We will sell to the highest bidder five cars and trucks se
lected from our entire stock.
Practically all have been reconditioned in anticipation of
their being sold as Renewed and Guaranteed cars.
HAVE YOUR CAR APPRAISED NOW
Corne In during: the week or any time before the auction
starts and we will allow you the full appraisal value on any
cur you buy at the Auction Sale.
This will apply as part payment. Monthly or weekly pay
ments on balance. Easy terms.
TJcFATTBEN - STEWART CO.
20th and Howard OMAHA'S 20th and Harney
(Open Lot) FORD (2nd Floor)
Tair Weather, Outside CENTER Cold Weather, Inside
Announcement was mede here of
the marriage fo Miss' Mildred Dvor
acek of this city to Mr. Fred Fisher
of Omaha. The happy young couple
were married on January 4 at Fre
mont, Nebraska and the news of their
marriage came as a complete sur
prise to their many friends and close
Mrs. Fisher is the only daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Vaclav Dvoracek of
this city and is a graduate of the
Plattsmouth high school in the class
of 193C. She has been employed in
Omaha for the past two years.
Mr. Fisher Is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen Fisher of Fremont.
Mr. and Mrs. Fischer will make
their home in Omaha where Mr.
Fisher is engaged as a barber In
VISITS PLATTSMOUTH FRIENDS
Miss Peggy Johnson, of Omaha,
who has been in New York City,
studying at leading dramatic and
dance schools, has been here for the
past few days to visit with Platts
mouth friends. Miss Johnson, well
known as one of the best known
dance artists of this part of the west,
has been instructor for a number
of Plattsmouth young people in the
past. She is planning on returning
to New York later to resume her
LAND, FARM and j
FOR SALE FARM RADIOS. Cost
less than 2 cents per day upkeep. No
wind charger. No unsightly wires or
exposed batteries. Bestor & Swatek
Co., Plattsmouth, Nebr. Phone 151.
Extra nice yellow bloom sweot
clover seed, $4.50 per bushel. Roy
Gregg, Nehawka. jl2-3tw
We wish to thank all those who
sent the beautiful floral remem
brances at the funeral of our loved
one. Mr. and Mrs. William Renner
and Family; Charles Herren.
For the cutting and burning of
all brush and limbs, at my farm east
of Lurlington Tracks, Plattsmouth.
See T. H. Pollock. 9-2sw; 2d
cnbsrribe for the Journal.
You don't have to search for values at
Hinky-Dinky! Every item in our stock is
priced low that's why it's easy to save
when you do your trading at Hinky-Dinky.
O OWNED AND OPERATED BY NEBRASKANS
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TJrfr LOIN ROAST. Selected
XrOriih Loins, End cuts. Lb
Armour's Branded Baby Beef
Tender, Juicy Shoulder Cuts, lb...,
BeeS Hearts K.un9:.T??de:...10c
Beef Cuts, 2 lbs.. A3 V
Porit chops tr'.: c.":'. 17c
Tnf r SAUSAGE. Pure, freshly f Aa
JrOrik prepared in Bulk. Lb AUV,
Cheese Krhorn:.SeAe?!ed 13c
Minced Luncheon or
"BolOgna Selected, 2 Lbs. . . . 35
Whiting Fish De4fe.b,..15c
Fresh, Solid Arizona
Iceberg. Large 5-Dozen
Juicy Texas Marsh
I Red Emperors. 3 lbs. .
Fresh, Tender California gA
A M1nr Fancy Idaho Winesaps 9Cn
APpieS Bushel. $1.59; 6 lbs 9C
Tre U. S. No. 1 Louisiana tftf
XamS Porto Rican, 4 lbs V
("Juicy, California Sunkist
Large Size T7o Medium Size f Of
No. 1 Red River
15-lb. 9rr 100-1 b. Bag
Peck (when packed) .
.29C (when'packed) $179
New Cabbage K'l .T!" . 3Jc
Carrots tlren.T.0? 5c
Staley's Maple Flavor
10-lb. Can, 65$ Q5C
Reg. Pkgs., 2 for
4-lb. Pkg., 29 -f ?C
2-lb. Pkg. iLCjJ
Cut Macaroni or
Fine Granulated Beet
Del Monte Sliced
4 Large Slices
Sunrise Sweet, Mild
Mb., 15; 3 lbs.
BUTTER, Casco, 29c lf0
Hinky-Dinky, 1-lb AUw
or Saunders Spinacb, No. 2? Cans, 2 for 3 J
1 ' :
I. I. " " ""
2 for 2c
Cleans, Bleaches, and
Pint Bottle, 13
Reg. Pkn. Concentrated
for l when you
buy Large Pkg. at
for Fine Laundering
Small Pkg., 14
Large Pkg. . .
6 for 2SC
S2SL3 for 17c
1-lb. Can or Glass Jar.
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AD FOR PLATTSMOUTH, FRIDAY, SATURDAY. JAW. 13-14
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