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PLATTSMOUTH SEjn - WEEKLY JOURNAL
TnUF.SDAY, JAJTtfAEY 26, 1929.
From Monday's Daily
Miss Evelyn Meisinger of Omaha,
was here Sunday a's a guest of Miss
Mary Jane Mark over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Knorr had as
Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Panzer and daughter, Ruth, of Ashland.
Miss Dora Fricke spent Sunday
and today in Omaha with her sister.
,Mrs. Russell Harris, who celebrated
her birthday Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Rebal, Jr., of
Omaha were here Saturday evening
to visit with the Frank Rebal family
and other of the old friends. Mrs.
Rebal has just recently returned from
California where she was visiting
her daughter. Miss Dorothy.
From Tuesday's Dalls
Mrs. Edward Jackson of Omaha
was a Sunday visitor here at the
Leonard at the Coronado partments.
Searl S. Davis was at Weeping
Water today where he spent a short
time looking after some matters of
From Wednesday1! Dally
Mrs. Ruth Switzer of Nehawka
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Walter J. Wunderlich of Nehawka
was a business visitor in the city
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Waller were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs-. Leslie
G. Ablott at Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Uannl of Omaha
were here Tuesday to visit at the
home fo Mrs. Anna Lillie and Miss
Miss! Evelyn Ripa, commercial in
structor in the Plattsmouth high
school, had as a Sunday guest Miss
Katie Reimer of Omaha.
Peter Gradoville and Elmer Sund-
strom motored to Avoca today where
they were participants in a musical
concert given in that city.
NEED FOR FURITURE
The Plattsmouth volunteer fire
men are now .completing their club
rooms in the city hall building on
the main floor where the fire fight
ing equipment has been stored. The
department will use the room for
a meeting place and for their social
activities during the year making a
much needed place that the firemen
can call their own.
With the completion of the club
rooms there is 'the problem of fur
nishings for the room and residents
of the city who have chairs, tables
or other furniture suitable for a club
room that they might vi3h to donate
will find them most acceptable to
the club members.
MISS JONES IMPROVING
5 lbs. and up, lb..
Under 5 lbs., lb. . .
Leghorn Hens, lb..
Miss Olive Jones, librarian, is feel
ing much improved after several days
of illness at her home. Miss Jones
was unable to be at the library for
the past week but it is hoped that she
may be present, the early part of this
EIGHT MILE GROVE
Smooth Legs, lb. ... ,
10:30 a. m. English services. A
special offering for foreign missions
will be taken at this service.
7:30 p. m. Luther League.
From Tuesday's Dally ,
dene Marksbury, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Marksbury underwent a
tonsilectomy operation early this
morning. The little one was able to
withstand the operation in a good
condition. His mother, Mrs. Henry
Marksbury was with him during the
mouth. It sets forth further that
H. M. Wilcox died on May 30, 1935,
leaving as his heirs at law his
widow, Mrs Mary" -Wilcox and the
plaintiff, C. E. Wilcox, that since
that time the widow conveyed her
share of the property to Clyde A.
Dare and that ehe Is now deceased.
It is asked that a referee be appoint
ed and the property disposed of.
The Mynard Community club will
hold their regular meeting on Fri
day evening at 8 o'clock. The west
side committee will have charge of
the program. All are urged to attend.
SUIT IN PARTITION
A petition In partition has been
filed in the office of the clerk of the
district court entitled C. E. Wilcox,
et al vs. Clyde A. Dare, et al. The
petition of the plaintiff asks that a
partition be had of fractional lots
1 and 2 in block 8. citv of Platts-
Highest Cash Prices for
All Grades of Hens
Smooth Leg, lb 146
Stags, per lb . . .
Leghorn Roosters, lb 9 c
Old Cox, lb.. 9
Conveniently Located 5th and Main
Center of Business Section
Stags, per lb 10
Would you like to sell your eggs rE
on a grade? If so come in and
let us talk it over. A No. 1 egg (
would be an egg that is fresh and
clean, weighing 22 ounces to the s
dozen, or over. It will only be a s
short time until all eggs are s
bought this way, I believe.
CREAM, today, lb 23 S
HIDES, per lb. 5
A. R. CASEl
Phone 2S8-J, Plattsmouth
"SHOP OF PERSOXAL SERVICE
Announces A -
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It's One of the
"BOUQUET"... yok. frock
with hind kodic. and aix
pl.at skirt Navy. Black. San
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On of many atylss for
Missaa ond Women
Plain Colors and
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WE GIVE Hl'RAL SCHOOL.
Double Votes if you brinfr ad for
nignlng and pin to the sales slip.
Help Your Favorite Srhoal
Win a Valuable Price
10-oz. Wt -Pair
I env a
f Mixed Gray
Z fairs !
Mothers ! Buy enough of
these School Frocks to last
throughout spring. They are
very exceptional values at
Fast Color Ages
3 to 14
24 Inches Wide 2l4
Eeg. 59 Qual-
ity, Sale Price l
- 39c ;
Size 48x48 In.
L 2 for I
Sizes 36 to 46
,es .Una U Klairt
t Work Shirts
Blue and Grey
Bring our Ad and have it
signed then attach to your
sales slip for double regular
number rural school votes!
Indian Head '
Size 81x99 Inches
B B A
Values to $4.95
. PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
BAG U O U d II
24J lb. Bag. .6- 1 If
g FAMILY ll
10 lb Bag
48-1 b. bag and a
5-lb. bag, both . .
48-1 b. Bag
3 Vz -lb. Bag
3-1 b. Bag . . .
Shurfine Light or Golden
Per Gallon ?
i -lb. Pkg., 33
Black Orange Pekoe
Vi-lb. Pkg., 37 4fL
U-H. Pkg. 1VC
Giant Size, 59c
Giant Bars. . .15 for
Soap Grains 3Qc
Giant Size Pkg
Dust Cloth FREE
P & Q
10 Bars for.
SPECIAL DELIOHSTRATIOn SAT.
BARMETTLER CRACKERS & COOKIES
he TJlFr ERcNUt:
2-Ib. Soda 29
1-lb. Soda 15
10c Pkg. Sodas. . .9
fZ Differ ENct8
2-Ib. Graham . . .33i
1-lb. Graham . . . 18
CHOCOLATE FIG BARS, 1 lb, 100; 2-lb..3Sp
Morning Light Brand
3 Cans 290
Doz. Cans $1.15
Case cf 24 . .... $2.25
Sugar Peas foQc
No. 2 Tin 6 for W
m . -t. r tir as:
MWASIUOM0 AU tU
WITMLBAC BOnOMS fMMH
1 lb. 25c
No. 2 cans, 3 for...
50-oz. Tin JL J
Tail Cans 4 for
3 1-lb. Cans. . . .
Jell Dish FREE ftPC
with 4 Pkgs. at & J
5-lb. Box "
6 Box Carton
2 lbs., 15c; 4 s.. .
40-50 size, 3 lbs. . .
10-lb. Box, 79.
90-100 size. 4 lbs..
10-lb. box, 59c
4 Whole Apples in a f?p
11-oz. tin for J?
WILSON'S LAUREL LEAF
1 lb. PElg.
WISCONSIN LONG SHREDDED
Bulk Kraut, lb
Pork Cutlets, lb. . . .
WILSON'S (End Slices)
Bacon, 5-lb. box. . . .
WILSON'S SMOKED LINK
Sausage, per lb.
FRESH BOSTON BUTT
Pork Roast, lb.. . . . .
WILSON'S SUGAR CURED
Bacon Squares, lb.
Cello Wrapped Not Sliced
Pork Feet . .
Pig Tails . .
Ox Tails . . .
CORN FED SHOULDER 4if
Bee Roast, lb 1JC
FULL CREAM LONGHORN
Cheese, lb 1 7 2C
DELICIOUS HOME MADE 4t
Pork Sausage, lb. . . 1 C
Pure Pork Southern Style Seasoning
ASK FOR'RURAL SCHOOL VOTES BRING THIS AD FOR SIGNING GET DOUBLE VOTESI