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Mrs. Mott Frady was taken to the
Clarkson hospital Saturday where
she underwent an appendectomy op
eration. She rallied through the oper
ation in good condition and at the
present time is feeling much relieved
from her recent illness.
whether your printing Job f
large or smail. it will recelva our
prompt attention. Call No. 6.
The A. R. Case Produce Sta
tion will be Closed All Day
Saturday, Febr. 18
Judge W. W. Wilson at Nebraska
City Saturday overruled the de
murrer of the Nebraska Masonic
Home, co-defendant in a foreclosure
action filed in district court by Ne
braska City Federal Savings & Loan
In its petition, the Nebraska City
firm asked forclosure on three lota
in Lorton village, naming Mrs. Chari
bell Eaton, who had deeded the prop
erty to the Home as the other de
fendant. The petition stated that on
July 8, 1938, Mrs. Eaton gave the
firm a mortgage on the property to
secure a $1,000 loan, then on Nov. 1,
1938, deeded the lots to the Home.
The petition claimed the Nebraska
City firm's lien against the property
is senior to that of the home's. The
defendants were given until Feb. 27
to answer the petition.
PORM 4-H CLUB GROUP
Friday evening. February 10; the
Philip Lepert home was the scene of
a large gathering of a group of young
and old farm friends who were pres
ent to help organize a 4-H club
group. Mr. Johnson of Weeping Wa
ter was the guest of the evening and
presided over the meeting.
The business meeting of the eve
ning was the formation of two clubs
and the election of officers. The
"Four Corner Pig Club," consisting
of ten members, elected the follow
ing officers for the year of 1939:
Stanley Liepert, president; Ralph
Stava, secretary; George Lepert,
leader; Ed Stava, assistant leader.
The "Rivervlew Club" was also
formed and the following officers
named: Ralph Stava, president; Bob
Martin, vice-president; Lorothy Le-
10-lb. Pail, 49d; 5-lb
(Bring: this Ad for Double Votes in the Rural School Contest)
Avalon Sliced or Half
PEACHES 9 fnr 97c
No. 2i2 Cans 1WA & S
Vita Rich or Buddy Boy
3-lb. Sack 1
No. 2 Can
Doz, 590; Case of 24, $1.15
C lbs., 250 ; 25-lb.
Del Monte Crushed
.3 for 20c
BeeS Upcast!: u. .7C
1'. S. ; railed anil Armour' Quality llrantll lleef
Truilrr Shoulilrr Cut.
Eai?j3. BrSdf in tS 3 lbs. 2C
EBeeS BSeanrtts .ac
Voonc, Tender. 11 for Ilaklne.
Minced Luncheon or
BolOgna Selected, 2 Lbs. . . . 2SC
Bath's Tenderized, Shankless
Amazingly Tender, Deliciously
Good. Whole or Half, lb
Frenhlj- Ground llef Cuta.
Sjpacre IMUdc L. 25c
Squares, Lb. . .
Salmon z as?)iVS-i?!!!!...a3c
Whiting Fish SSIfe LlSc
rwiMnCwftif Juicy Texas "TWarsTT
96 Size. Dozen, 29c
Each, 2V2c; 6 for..
Apples "ITtr. .J5c
New Cabbage IV."1. Te"s . 3c
4f)n 1 a Juicy Calif. Sunkist -" g
JIUT I 5" Medium 288 4fO !T
-L ' size, doz JlAv Each. -U "
Radishes K jXB.51 ,or. . .10c
Onions StfJlii MIT. .10c
50-lb. Ban, 99c; 3 lbs....
Extra Large Stalk
U. S. No. 1 Louisiana
Porto Rican, 4 lbs
Large 14-oz. "fl 9o
Bottle JL fl
Fresh Cucumber fl An
Style. 24-oz. Jar JL5
2 Large Ee- Qf?C
or J Cans'
(Assorted except Chowder,
Gumbo or Consomme)
&z-oz. Cans 11 for
Dozen cans, 89
Pure Cider or TKTiite
Sunrise Sweet, Mild
Mb. Bag, 15r
3 lbs. .
Fine Granulated Beet
Lias Flakes r&??! 22c
Lux Toilet Soap 4Tra:.B.ar.... 25c
Spry Shortening Sfk'SST . . . Sic
Lava Soap Large bar, 9; Med. bar GC
Ivory Flalies Erpg!apgWa?hh1.9. ...... .22c
Guest Ivory Soap "0?o",ar.. "!.?... 19c
Ine SoaP of Beautiful Women lTy
ciOlUy Regular Bars, 3 for 2. C
Green A fjn
V2-lb. Pkg,33i ; i4-lb. JL C
Brown L., 0. Pekoe 4f A
V2-lb. Pkg, 37 ; -lb. JLVU
Chili or Tamales
&.L. 2 for 25c
Ural fnr Ivitrbpn I !
ff T 1 B
in Koll ........ jjl vf
Softens Water (1 Qc
Large Pkg ILt
BOWLENE, Cleans f Qa
Closet Bowls, Lg. can.
Pillsbury 's ??fbAKsEacfLOUR. 2Hc
Craclierc SSS.Jai.t'WlV!": 22c. . .23c
Bread Fresh Sliced White, 16-oz. Loaf Qq
T3tf f.fl pASCO (Solids). Lib. Carton, 28c WatA
OUiiCr Hinky-Dinky, 1-lb. Carton.... 27&
Encello IVIargerioe Ca?..n. . 25c
ftVr Musselman's strawberry, Raspberry
UAAj or Grape. 2-lb. Jar 2J3C
Texene. doz.. 89c
No. 2 can 8, 2 for.
Rolls. . .
Ad for Pla turnout h, Fii Sat Febr. 17-18
Regular or Drip Grind
1-Ib. Can T C
or Glass Jar.
or Glass Jar
We Reaerre the rlsbt to Limit Qnaatltlea
pert, secretary; Miss. Mary Ann Le
pert, club reporter; James Lepert,
leader; Walter Martin, assistant
Following the business session a
social hour was held. The time was
spent in playing pinochle and Chi
nese checkers from which all de
rived a good time. .
The evening was concluded with
the serving of refreshments by Mr3.
Philip Lepert, assisted by her daugh
The next meeting of the clubs will
be held on March 3 at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. James Lepert.
CITY BALANCES INCREASE
February 1st statement of City
Treasurer M. D. Brown, as predicted
by the Journal in commenting on the
reduced balance at time of the an
nual statement January 1, shows a
nice upswing to $1918. 22. During
January $6,368.67 was received and
$3,109.39 paid out. Besides this,
due to limitations in depositor liabil
ity. Treasurer Brown has not been
able to cash and deposit other remit
tances from the county treasurer in
the amount of about $6,000 for im
provement assessments and $1,100
in gas and poll tax collections.
Could these sums have been de
posited, the ' balance would have
risen to more than $26,000.00.
Bond and interest payments will
pull down the balance to where these
funds can be deposited without over
running the city's "guarantee.
WHEN OLD FRIENDS MEET
Samuel Waugh, of Lincoln, is the
president of the Trust section of the
American Bankers association and a
few days ago was at New York City
to attend a conference and meeting
of the association. The gathering in
cluded a banquet and at which Mr.
Waugh had two old friends and for
mer Plattsmouth men as his personal
guests. These visitors were Matthew
Gering Ilerold, a member of one of
the leading law firms of New York,
and Lloyd Bennett Wilson, head of
one of the large telephone companies
of the east. In the meeting the group
had many pleasant recollections of
boyhood days in their native city.
Deeds. Mortgages and all sorts
of legal blanks for sale at the
Get Our Prices
Before You Sell Your
Conveniently Located 5th and Main
Center of Business Section
Ad for Friday, Saturday, Febr. 17 and 18 I I
PHONE 93 and 95 WE DELIVER J
WE GIVE RURAL SCHOOL VOTES SAVE OUR CASH REGISTER
SLIPS DOUBLE VOTES IF YOU BRING AD TO BE SIGNED!
riii rr if n pin Tan cans
DEANS -,K?Vfc.?-00. .1 7c
GRAPEFRUIT I"" s.Md!!s.s. . . 25c
Reg. or DrIp2
Ib. Tin or Jar
LETTUCE ?'csS.s"!. H.ea.ds. ..... .9c
FLOURLighthouse, 48-lb. Bag. -85c
POTATOES ,Roeodr.s.. $1.39
naieine Macaroni. Spaghetti, frown n
llaldlllaor Powdered Sugar. 3-lb...&lu
nnnfflCC Choc. Marshmallows,
Sand. Centers, Pieces .
CfllSCO i:,f'anshort.'n.,n?; . : . . .50c
Full lO-lb. Net
"Wt. Cloth Bag
3 lbs. for
finnri Tomatoes or Green Beans OOm
OUElli No. 2 Cans . ..4 for LqZ
Til f Ifl Messina Brand
I U II M
52 -lb. Tin
CM riniTl Trolling Brand
OnnninCC Tomato Sauce
Oval Tins, 1-lb.
DADY FOOD s""?..
3-5o Pkg si
ULLEkTS MEAT DEPARTMENT
BEEF ROASTS, extra fancy, lb 16
BEEF SHOULDER STEAK, lb 19
PLATE BOIL, per lb.
BEEF STEW, Cut, No Bone, lb 17
2 lbs. 25c
LEG OF LAMB, per lb 23
LAMB ROAST, lb ... .20$
LAMB CHOPS, lb 25
5 lb. Dox
VEAL BROWNIES, per lb. . . 25
FRESH MILK, quart bottle . .66
We Also have a Full Line of Cold Meats
Fresh Oysters, Dill Pickles - Fresh Dressed Chickens
ALL, AT MOST REASONABLE PRICES
"Eat Flelschmann's Yeast for HealtfT'C
Made in Plattsmouth. Solids, 1-lb. Ctn.
Another food Home Product. 2 loaves..
Apple-Orange Marmalade OR
A Delicious Spread. 2-lb. Jar
Standard Pack ACSo
7 for 5VW
Van Camp or Tastewell
Pork, Beans Re
Dill Pickles pcc
Old Orchard Pure
Apple Butter 4 Rq
Tall Cans 4 for
3 Cans for 4
HONEY DEW flC
3-lb. Bag JLXJ
Shurflne Light or Golden
Per Gallon -
Large Size, each. . . . -4
Giant Size, 53c
Large Size, each ....
Giant, 65c ' . .
p & a
10 Bars for.
Gallon Size, 49c 4 f?C
Quart bottle iL-V
Full Strength ?C
Quart Bottle 2L5?W
M National GUeVuf Week!
SEE OUR CHERRY SPECIALS!
Nd. 2 Cans. . . .2 for
Utah Valley Royal Anne
No. ZVzr Can . .
14-oz. Bottles frif
2 for iVC
Total of 92 Cookies
in 2 Boxes for
10-oz. Can J
IGA or SHURFINE
Quick or Regular
Pork U Beans
Large Can, each
3 for 25c; 6 for 47c
Salad Siyle Prepared
No. 2'2 Cans, 3 for. .
300 size Cans, 3 for.
13J4-OZ. Box il,Jlw
Dog Food QfTn
3 1-lb. Cans
Lge. size. 23c; Med., 15c
Small size, dozen.
GRAPE FRUIT, per doz. 29c
PINK GRAPEFRUIT, each .5c
RADISHES. 3 bunches 10c
ARMOUR'S STAR or WILSON'S PURE fiig
Lard, 2 lbs, for li?c
Bacon Squares flOc
Not Sliced, 2 to 4-lb. Ave Per lb A
Glazer's Chili OIc
Contains all Ineredients. 1-lb. brick U"
WILSON'S BOX BACOH VfHNo
5-lb. Box for. . VVHvV
Shoulder Beef Roast
Choice Corn Fed. Any cut desired. Lb
Choice quality. Special, per lb
Wilsons Full Cream. Per lb..
Fillets of Fish
Fresh Frozen (Skinless). Per lb..
Pickled Fish , - , Salt Fish
BRING THIS AD FOR RURAL SCHOOL VOTESI
THIS AD FOR FRIDAY AKO SATURDAY
I "Eat Flelschmann's Yeast for Health'