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THURSDAY. JAUTTAJIT 26. 1929.
PLATTSMOTJTS SEMI - WEEE1T JOTOHAL
PAGE TEE EE
From Monday's Daily
Entertained at Steak Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stamp and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Spangler and Homer
were enttrtained at a six o'clock
"streak fry" at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Reuel Sack.
the following being present: Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Remar of Omaha, Mrs.
Anna Zitka, Mrs. James Jelinek, Ern
est and Dorothy Zitka. Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Wiysel and family and the
guests of honor, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Wiysel of Fremont.
Honor Fremont Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wiysel en
tertained at a 12 o'clock luncheon
Sunday in honor of Mr. Wiysel's
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry "Wiysel of Fremont who
were guests and visitors at the Zitka
An enjoyable day was Lad with
I will sell at Public Auction on
the old Stone farm. 2 miles south,
mile east, and mile south of
Nehawka; 3 miles east and 8 miles
north of Dunbar: IVi miles west. 1
mile south. 1 mile west and mile
sputh of Union; 8 miles north and
4 miles west of Nebraska City, on
Tuesday, Jan. 31
begining at ten o'clock a. m., with
lunch served by Maple Grove Exten
sion Club, the following described
Six Head Horses and Mules
One gray horse, 9 years old, wt.
1600; one smooth mouth bay team,
mare and gelding. wL 31S0; black
mule, smooth mouth, wt. 1370;
smooth mouth saddle horse, wt.
1040; black gelding, smooth mouth,
Eleven Head of Cattle
The Altar society of the Holy
Rosary church served a delicious cof
fee luncheon at the church club
rooms Sunday afternoon. A large
number were present at the lunch
eon. Hostesses for the affair were Mes
dames Bessie Aschenbrenner, Anna
Janda, Louise Gradoville, Florence
Duda, and Kate Hiber. .
Herman Thomas' Here -
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thomas, ol
Nebraska City, were here Saturday
evening to spend a few hours with
old time friends as house guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kalina. The old
friends and neighbors invited in en
joyed the evening in visiting and re
newing old time.
From rueaday'a Dally
Fore some Tea
Monday evening at her home at
the Coronado apartments Mrs. John
A. Donelan entertained a group of
friends at a foresome tea. The event
took place at 6 o'clock and was an
occasion that was enjoyed immense
ly by all present.
Guests of the tea were: Misses
Mia and Barbara Gering, Miss Dora
Fricke and the hostess, Mrs. J. A.
Entertained at Country Home
Sunday, January 22 a number of
relatives gathered at the farm home
Onp red row. 7 vears old. tOWMr and Mrs. Albert Kraesrer where
freshen January 17; two roan white Lh helDed celebrate the birthday
of Mr. Kraeger.
A 12 o'clock luncheon was served
to all present which was followed
by card playing and Chinese checkers.
Those present to honor Mr. Krae
ger were: Mr. and Mrs. bam Arn.
Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Arn. Sr., Mark
Wiechhorst. Beatrice Arn, Mrs. Albert
Kraeger. and the guest of honor, Al
face cows (twins), 4 years old, to
freshen by sale day; a large red cow.
7 years old, to freshen, in about 3
weeks; Ted cow, 6 years old, just
fresh; two cows, half Jersey, half
Swiss, 6 years old, just fresh; red
cow, 9 years old. giving milk; roan
white face bull. 10 month old, and
two bucket calves.
Twelve head Chester White brood
bows, bred to farrow late in April.
Farm Machinery, Etc
The following McCormick-Deering
machinery: Tractor cultivator. No.
51 lister, 14-inch tractor plow, 9
foot disc with 'tandem attachment,
all steel cylinder typa hay loader,
like new, all. steel side delivery rake,
loose" ground lister and iiX29 8-ft.
combine with motor, in good condi
tion; also following other machinery
Regular' Farmall tractor with
11x28 in. rubber Urea; McCor
mick 7-foot .binder; Allis-Chalmers
5-foot combine; Chase tractor, 2-row
machine; 18-foot three-section har
row; Moline 5-foot mower; 10-foot
dump rake; P & O wide tread lister;
P & O two-row machine; Emerson
16-inch sulky plow; three one-row
riding cultivators: narrow tread
lister; two-row stalk cutter; manure
spreader; two low racks and gears;
two low wheel wagons; three high
wheel wagons: two sets of harness;
one loading chute; 300 hedge posts;
75 steel posts; ten steel barrels; 15
panel eates: 100 rods woven wire;
200 rods barb wire; nine 14-foot
sheep bunks; one 16-foot cattle
bunk; 10x12 brooder house; eight
tons aiiaira nay ana z tons Danea
wheat straw, In barn.
Liviner room suite with 4 chairs:
wicker living room suite; one dress
er; extra chairs; kitchen cabinet;
fi-hnla Monarch ranee: thrpe heat
ing stoves; utility cabinets; several
stone jars, cooking utensils and
other small household goods.
Terms of Sale
On amounts of $10 and under,
cash. On amounts over $10, six
months time will be given on ap
nrovpd spruritv bearinsr 8 interest.
Make arrangement with Clerk for
credit before sale. No property to
be removed from the premises until
J. Marion Stone,
REX YOUNG. Auction er
WALTER J. WUNDERLICH, Clerk.
From Wednesday's Dally
Inkler's Club Meets
. The Inkler's Card club met Tues
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Henry Stark John where a delightful
afternoon was pent -playing cards.
The high prize of the afternoon was
awarded to Mrs. Robert Cappell and
Mrs. John Woest was awarded the
Following the party dainty re
freshments were served by the hos
tess, Mrs. Henry Starkjohn.
There were several guests present.
Miss Theresa Hemple, Mrs. Kate
Hiber. Mrs. Charles Ault, Mrs. John
Smith. Mrs. Walter H. Smith.
Mynard Endeavor 3Ieets
Sunday evening the Christian En
deavor society of the Mynard United
Brethren church had Its regular
monthly party at the home of Rev.
Paul Dick. Whipple Leonard, Don
ald Leonard and Clark Wiles were
in charge of the soical hour during
which games were played. The
young people then gathered at the
church where devotionals were held.
The program committee was Boyd
Roberts, Wilma Nolte and Shirley
Leonard. Special numbers were given
by Rev. Dick.
Dorothea Fulton, president, had
charge of the business meeting of the
evening and appointed the commit
tees for the next party.
The group then returned to the
parsonage where refreshments were
served by Mary Helen Dill, Robert
Kiser and Ivan Weatherwax.
south of Santiago, because the quake
had spread rails.
Six provinces .Talca, Maule, Nuble,
Concepcion, Blobio and Cautin, with
a total population of more than 1,
600,000 people, lay In the earthquake
As soon as the first shocks were
felt here electric clocks stopped at
11:34 p. m. officials of the ministry
of interior took their posts of duty
and began the work of ascertaining
the extent of the catastrophe and
organizing relief work. Within a
few hours, all employes of the min
istry were at their posts.
The first government motor expedi
tir.n to the earthquake zone left San
ti go at 5 a. m.
As soon as daylight came, the work
of organizing large relief expeditions
The ministry of interior took
charge of all army, navy and police
units throughout southern Chile, and
local authorities were put under cen
tral government orders.
Special traln9 were loaded with
foodstuffs and medical supplies, and
awaited news that tracks were safe.
Help Your Rural School
Win a Weekly Prize
Get Bnral School Votes here. Bring
this ad for signing and attach it
to Sales Slip for DOUBLE VOTES!
46-Inch Oil Cloth
Slight Misprints. Yard.
Enamelware Special Qg
Sauce Pans, Pudding Pans, ea.
Ivory Pudding Pans
Large 6-Quart Size, each
18x36 Turkish Towels
Good weight. Each
18x30 Inch Rag Rugs 4IC
Buy several. Priced at only
Ladies Rayon Panties Qq
Extra Special, per Pair
Tan or Green. Each.
Every Wednesday is
Double Vote Day
Honored on Birthday
Tuesday evening a numoer oi
friends gathered at the home of
. ,1 IT O K t)u.AnA,nn. in rtin
in . uuu .mi a. v. -rv . iiuscun ana n j ' " .
in the observance of the fifty-third i
anniversary of Mr. Rosencrans. The !
evening was spent in visiting and
playing Chinese checkers at which
much pleasure was derived and in
honor of the event Mr. Rosencrans
received a number of attractive re
membrances. A large birthday cake
with its glowing candles had been
prepared by Mrs. W. E. Rosencrans,
his mother, for the occasion. The
jolly group enjoyed a chili suppf.r at
n appropriate hour.
Ad for Friday, Saturday, January 27-28 I
PHONE 93 and 95 WE DELIVER Li
nnn.i crunm unT?S SAVF OUR CASH REGISTER
SLIPS DOUBLE VOTES IF YOU BRING AD TO BE SIGNED!
Telephone reports said that the
city of Traiguen, In the worst part
of the zone, was tragically struck.
It was reported without confirm
ation that in Talca prisoners made a
dash for liberty when part. of the
jail collapsed, and that 10 of them
were shot dead by the guards.
SHTJBERT HEADS STATE FAIR
LINCOLN, Jan. 25 (UP The Ne
braska board of agricultural, admin
istrative body of the etate fair, today
elected J. F. Shubert of Shubert
president to succeed W. B. Banning
J. A. Boyd of Kearney, second
vice-president, was elected first vice
president to succeed Shubert. E. R.
Purcell of Broken Bow was re-elected
treasurer and Perry Reed of Hen
derson was re-elected secretary.
Adm. 35c Annual Dance Sat. 28
Good Modern Bohemian Music
M. B. C. Brand
LETTUCE ilicT.SoUd.Hds. 9c
GRAPEFRUIT Vf s.ecd!:?...25c
BAIIAIIAS i&d va?ip.?- 3". . .6c
MILK Kamo VLCina. 25c
FLOUR Lighthouse, 484b. Bag. . 85c
n-::fiMacaroni' spaghetti, f7wn91e
lOlSinSor Powdered Sugar, 3-lb..-fcll
15-1 b. Peck. 25c
Catholic Daughters Meet
The members of the local court
of the. Catholic Daughters of America
were entertained on Tuesday eve
ning at the home of Mrs. J. C. Peter
sen on Park hill and with MrB. F. I.
Rea and Mrs. John Bergmann as the
associate hostesses. The evening was
spent in cards and in the pinochle
games Mrs. W. H. Woolcott proved
the winner of the high score and
Mrs. Emil Ptak in the bridge games.
At an appropriate hour the hostesses
served very delicious refreshments
to complete a delightful evening.
How to Plan for It?
Answer both questions with a savings ac
count, built up from present earnings and in
come, against greater need or for better days.
Federal Insured Shares
Installment or optional payment, any amount
at any time, are mose convenient and profit
able in building such a reserve.
Save for a Home
in Federal Insured Shares ... with the
Neb. City Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n
Chartered and Supervised by U. 8. Government
Full lO - lb. Net
Wt. Cloth Bag
caiidy gyasaaar. p.ro.".M Qc
GH1GER SHAFS Sn.appy.25c
nenne cr. Ntnn. 100 ibs.f $3.00 -i7c
ULAIIO 10 lbs.. 33c; 5 lbs
AAnn Tomatoes or Green Beans OCj
UUUII No. 2 Cans 4 for
flRICPA or Spry. Shortening
Reg. or Drip, 2
Ib. Tin or Jar
5-lb. Bae FREE
BROOMS Green Handle, each 19c
OA AD P&G, Crystal White or r
OUiir o-K, Giant Bars, each
CflAD Lux Lifebuoy, Camay or OR
OUiir Palmolive. Choice. 4 bars. .WW
MULLEN'S MEAT DEPARTMENT
BEEF ROAST, extra fancy quality, lb 17
BEEF STEW, no bone, lb 6
BEEF SHOULDER STEAK, lb 20
Z lbs. 25c
PORK CHOPS, choice Center Cuts, 2 lbs 35
PURE PORK SAUSAGE, lb 15
PORK BRAINS, lb .10
5 lb Box
We also Carry a Full Line of Cold Meats
and Freshly Dressed Chickens
that Save You Money!
RAVE as much as 30'; on your Coffee netds!
Serve fragrant, mellow Sunrise, Hinky-Dinky or Cofelt's Coffee
the Coffees that are tastier ... because they are always fresh!
Hinky-Dinky CoScc lb..l0c lb . 53c
CoSclt's CoSce 1 lb. 20c; 2 lbs. 39c
Glass Coffee Maker . . .?2.3Q
iJrew better, richer coffee, with a Cafex Glass Coffee Maker made of genuine
Pyrexware glass in 6 or 8 cup size. If you present 10 Empty Bags from Sun
rise, Hinky-Dinky or Cofelt's Coffee you may secure Coffee Maker for $1.29.
Juicy Texas Marsh Seedless
96 size. Each, 3; 10 for Z-S
Ap ' Juicy California Sunkist
QPffQBUgGG Seedless Navels
Medium Size, Dozen, 17 g
Large Size, Dozen ZJC
CaHplbagje s0eiTd, Ss, ib.3c
HadlnoIhieG 3 isd.ilc
Fancy California Snowball, lb
No. 1 Early Ohio, 15-lb. Pk., 29 g-r Cyf
100-lb. Bag (when packed) JLi
Summer Isle Broken Slice
PINEAPPLE No. 2V2 Can.
Vita-Rich or Buddy Boy
Pancake Flour s-ib. sack
Wilson's Certified, Tender-Process- T ZJiC
ed, Shankless, Whole or Half. An j f i:-x2
outstanding value! Per lb
SYRUP 5lb- PaU 25; 10"lb-
Thompson Seedless fPOiC
RAISINS 2-lb.Pkg, 15; 4-lb..
EBsgE Mact; u. .E6C
Amtwor'H Ilraadrd Ilaby ief Trader,
Jnlcy Shoulder fata!
Fremhlr Ground Beef Ctl.
Pi?Ex GatmcagG 31c
Frehlr Prepared, la Bulk.
Arnvif'i Larirr, Julej.
orEflOima Lc,ibs. . SSC
SaSinmffii 2? GalbllG
FlGh Sliced or Piece 2 lbs. 23c
Whiting Fisli yrSd8SeeS;2.b3..15c
Smith Brand Q)C
TOMATOES 3 No- 21z cans. zatV
Michigan or Northern H ChC
NAVY BEANS 5 s IL
Fine Granulated Beet
4 8-lb. Sack
. Glencoe Soda I Q
2-lb. Caddy JLTI
CEREAL, 2 Pkgs
PEAS Lusciously Large
2 for 1 5C
Beg. Pkgs 2 for
(Bowl or Mug Pree)
Soft as Old Linen!
Beg. Bolls4 for
150 Towels in Boll
b for 25c
Pint Bottle, 13$
Bottle . . . .
Giant Pkg., 49
..4 for 19'
ElinCO Washes Clothes White, large Pkg 3HC
Bars. 4 for
Oraacr Flotar yF.TluV'ii-";t. .02.29
Cotxe FSosar BESTfti!". 23s
Golod erecclns lt""1-. 33c
PaMcbiairsr'c FSotair If Vs. . .C2.5Q
Breacl 16-oz. Loaf Co
Jan. 27 -28
Regular or Drip
or Glass Jar:
2-Bb. Can F J C
or Glass Jar.,)L
WE RESERVE THE RIQHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
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