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PLATTSHOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOtJBNAL
THURSDAY, JA3ftJAY 12, 192a
HONORED ON BIETHDAY
Prom Monday's Daily
Mr. and Mrs. George Wallinger and
daughter, Ila, of Ashland, were here
Supt. L. S. Devoe and Mr. and Mrs.
R. W. Knorr drove to Ashland Sun
day where they visited ai the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Panter.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Royal of
Lincoln were here Sunday afternoon
to spend the day with Judge C. L.
Graves, father of Mrs. Royal.
Mr. and Mrs. I, . L. Kocian and
family were in Omaha Sunday where
they were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
William Kocian and little son, Rich
Mr. and Mrs'. Vincent Vaughn and
daughter. Sharon Louise of Fullerton,
Xebr., were guests last week of Mr.
and Mrs. Leland Laase, Mrs. Laase
being a sister of Mr. Vaughn.
V. L. Hassler of Lincoln, Earl F
Hassler and daughters, Shirley Ruth
and Mary Frances of Omaha, were
here Sunday to visit with Mrs. Wil
liam Hassler, Sr., and Miss-Anna for
From Tuesday's Dally
N'cal Finnegan of Oi'naha was here
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
F. R. Molak and family Monday.
Attorney C. E. Tefft of Weeeping
Water was here today to spend a few
hours attending to some matters In
the district coiyt in which he was
interested as attorney.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hughes and
daughter, Maxine of Lincoln were
here Sunday where they visited at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Bourne
as well as other friends and relatives.
From Wednesday's Dally
County Register of Deeds Ray F.
Becker was at Omaha Tuesday to look
after some matters of business.
Misses Georgia and Lillian White
were week-end visitors at the farm
home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy White
Walter J. Wunderlich of Nehawka
was a visitor in the city yesterday
wnere ne came to see about some'
From Tuesday's Daily
Today was the birthday anniver
sary of Rt. Rev. Monsignor George
Agius, pastor of the St. John's church
of this city and one of the veteran
priests of the Catholic church in Ne
braska. In honor of the anniversary of this
able churchman, the children of the
St. John's parochial school with their
instructors, the members of the
Ursaline sisterhood, had arranged a
very fine program that was especial
ly dedicated to the happy occasion
of the birthday of their beloved
Monsignor Agius also was the
celebrant of the high mass at the
chapel of the school and which was
attended by the scholars, sisters and
a large group of the members of the
parish to join in the observance of
the occasion. Monsignor Agius also
had the pleasure of having at the
mass and to assist in the observance
of the day, his brother, Father Mar
celles Agius of Kearney.
This afternoon Monsignor Agius
provided a much appreciated treat
for the young people of the school in
remembrance of the anniversary and
as an appreciation of their fine work
HAS A CLOSE CALL
Sunday evening at the William
O'Donnell, Jr., home in the south
part of the city occurred a narrow
escape from a heavy loss of damage
and personal injury when a gaso
line stove belonging to Mr. and Mrs.
O'Donnell exploded. After consider
able time and effort, Mr. O'Donnell
was able to extinguish the flames
through the medium of wet toweling.
The cause of the explosion Is not
There was only a slight damage
caused - from smoke and which laid
Mr. O'Donnell up for a short time.
It wasn't until Monday afternoon
that he was able to be at his regular
duties at Egenberger's store.
HERE TO ADDRESS SCHOOL
HEAVY HENS 4Rn
E lbs. and up, lb....
Under 5 lbs., lb 12e
Under 4 and Leghorns. . 10
All sizes, straight 14 lb.
- Smooth Legs
STAGS, lb 10
Cox and Leghorns, lb. . . .8
GEESE, per lb. 11
VISITING IN MISSOURI
Mr. and Mrs. Arley Christenson
and son, Ronald, and Mrs. Louis
Smetana of this city, are in Sedalia,
Missouri, where they are visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Smetana and family. They will also
go to St. Louis. Missouri, where they
will visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Smetana, Jr. t
VISIT SON HERE
Dr. A. V. Hunter, DD., a former
pastor of the First Methodist church
of this city, who is now the field sec
retary of Wesleyan University, was
in the city Monday. Dr. Hunter was
at the high school for a talk at the
convocation hour and in which lit
told of the work of the university
that he represents. Its courses, of
study and the general setup of the
Wesleyan plant where a number of
Plattsmouth alumni have completed
their higher education. While in the
city Dr. Hunter met a number of the
old time friends.
HIDES, under 45 lbs., lb.. 5
Hides, over 45 lbs., lb 4
Horse Hides, No. 1 $2
A. R. CASE
Phone 238-J,, Plattsmouth
INDORSES ITALY'S CLAIMS
RETURNS FROM LINCOLN
Miss Verna Leonard, assistant li
brarian, returned Monday from Lin
coln where she has been visiting at
the home of her sister, Mrs. J. E.
Worley and family as well as Lin
TO UNDERGO APPENDECTOMY
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Molak, Sr., of
Weston, Nebraska were guests and
visitors of their son, Dr. F. R. Molak
and family Sunday. Both families
motored to Omaha where they visited
a number of friends and relatives.
Fom Tuesday's Darty
This morning Dale Babbitt, young
son of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Babbitt,
was taken to Omaha where he will
undergo an appendectomy.
Subscribe for the Journal.
BERLIN, Jan. 11 (UP) The for
eign office organ, diplomatic political
information today indorsed the
claims of Italy in the Mediterranean.
Heavy Hens, over 5. ... 15
Hens, under 5, lb.. 12b
Springs, lb. 13
Stags, lb JL0
HIDES 5 and 6 lb.
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Women's House Frocks
$1 Values . . .f j
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Per lb VW
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No. 2 Tin 2 for
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14-oz. Bottle. .2 for "
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Regular Tins. 4 for 4v
No. 2 Tin 4 for AV"
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1-lb. Jar f
IGA Chili Con
2 Tins for
Per lb ,
LINKO 2 for
No. ZV2 Tin. . .2 for
No. 2V2 Tin. . .2 for
No. 2V2 Tin. . .2 for
Green Beans 3Oc
No. 2 Tin 3 for 3
IGA Whole Grain
No. 2 Tin 3 for
No. 2'2 Tin,
Roxv Brand... 8 for
.3 for 39C
FRUITS & UEGETAOLES
Grapefruit, per doz.. 290
Apples,' fancy Eating, 4 lbs.. ... . .250
Oranges, good size, doz 290
Rutabagas, Waxed Canadian, 3 lb. . 100
Cal. Celery, well bleach'd, Ig. stalk. 100
Head Lettuce, solid heads 7J40
Carrots, younr, tender, per bunch ... 70
CABBAGE, solid Visconsin, lb.. .20
Cauliflower - Yams - Grapes
tiu a ran teed
HONEY DEW -tfC
3-1 b. Bag JLxJ0
Solids, lb AWV
ROYAL ANN (Water Pack)
No. 2'2 Can JIW
Soap Grains 40c
Giant Size Pkg h)V'
No 2 Tin. . . . ,1 for
No. 2 Tin 7 for LJ J
No. 2 Tin 7 for
Green Beans AOo
No. 2 Tin 7 for ?
Kid. Beans A fir
IGA Brand. . .2 for
Red A'. . . .
Canned Pea Sale
Special by Case or
Morning Light Garden Run
or La Platte No. 3 Sieve I
2 cans ......... .230
12 cans $1.25
Case (24 cans) . .$2.45
PEAS, 3 for. . .
Dozen, $1; Case, 24, S1.95
Sugar Peas AQC
No. 2 Tin 6 for w
Blade Fins pc
S lbs. for
WILSON'S (End Slices)
Bacon. 5-lb. box .
Choice Corn Fed Shoulder
Beef Roast lb. . . .
Any Cut Desired .
WILSON'S FULL CREAM
Baked Loa, lb. .
Wilson's or Cudahy Rex tt rz
PURE . a lb. Plig. . .
SWIFT'S PREMIUM LEAN
Pork Chops, lb. .
LEAN BOSTON BUTT
Pork Roast, lb. .
Steak Cuts, lb., 19c
Delicious Boiled with Kraut i mm
Pork Loin Ends, lb . . 15c
SUGAR CURED (Not Siloed) mm
Bacon Squars, lb.. . . TLbc
- Fielded Fish - Smoked Fish
Missouri River Cat Fish
AD FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY