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PLATTSMOTTTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOITENAL
THHU5DAY, MARCH 2, 1939.
From Monday's Daily
Miss Hazel Baier of the Nebraska
City Xews-Press was here Sunday for
a few hours visit at the E. H. Wescott
aDd A. H. Duxbury homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Long of Omaha
were here for tlie week end visiting
at the home of their daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Mci
singer. I'rom Tui"lay3 Daily
Mrs. Edward Jackson of Omaha,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Worley, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Worley and Robert Worley
of Lincoln were visitors in this city
Sunday at the home of Miss Verna
Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Busch and
County Attorney and Mrs. W. H.
Smith, were in Omaha Monday eve
ning where they attended the Mer
chants week showing.
From Wednesday's Daily
C. F. Mahaffey of Lincoln was a
business visitor in the city Tuesday.
Walter Wunderlich motored from
Xehawka to Plattsmouth yesterday
to attend to some matters of business.
Frank Oliver of Janesville, Wis.,
vas called home last week by the
serious illness of his mother, Mrs.
William Oliver. '
Mrs. Floyd Yelick of the Holly
wood beauty salon was in Omaha
Tuesday attending Trans Mississippi
Mrs. Frank Horsak was called to
Des Moines. Iowa, on account of the
serious illness ' of her father, Carl
Rasmussen who was taken ill suddenly.
Whether your printing Job Is
large or small, it will recelvo our
prompt attention. Call No. 6.
(Bring This Ad for Double Votes in the Rural School Contest)
Phillips Delicious Jf TfFQ
Mb. Cans for V
No. 10 Can. . .
Ad for Plattsmouth FrL, Sat, March 3 and 4
Lge. 40-50's, 3 lbs.
10-lb. Box, 75
Vita or Buddy Boy
Menu Fancy Whole
Kernel Golden Bantam
L 3 for 25c
Doz., 95c; Case of 36, $2.75
Q 1 1 TT?l& m Wilson's Certified, Tender Process
Smoked lPfl(gflBfl(2g itl!: II
ILaaQl &? IV...BC
Beefr IHloastt u. .E7C
IIO 1ST, Savory I.nd Cntx.
Pork Loin Hasfi ii.23c
SrlroleI l.olno 4 .-.ml C'h.m)
Hamburger or Bulk
Sausage r.ru-nd: 2SC
Sttealk Ssfi vTZsn
Pork Chops llnX Cu.ts. ... 23c
Minced Luncheon or
EolOgtta Selected, 2 Lbs 225
Fish Fillets Boneless, Skinless
Haddock Fillets, lb 17 '
Cod Tillets, Large to Bake, lb. I156
Pollock "Sea Chicken" Fillets, lb 12
Perch,. Eedskin Fillets, lb 17
Salmon s .."""...aic
Whiting Fish ,b,..i5c
Carrots Eg- rht":. . .2 f- ec
Wed. 288 m Large 220
Sue. doz X4, size, doz 19C
Cauliflower EEElft' fr .10c
Celery KU'lJSK'SSS 9c
. uccuicss v t o
80 Size, tSLch.DJ fOTi
PnfntAflG Red River Early Ohios,'
rilldiUea Large. Clean, Smooth
15-lb. 9Qf 100-1 b. Bag ' mg
Peck (when packed) lev
Ynmr U. S. No. 1 Louisiana
Porto Rlcan, 4 lbs . . .19C
Dates iMt'..ow" 19c
3 lbs., 410; Lb..
4-lb. Pkg., 29
Mb. Carton is! &
Casco, Solids, lb., 280
Excello MARGARINE 9f
1-lb. Carton, 2 for. . . -CUC
Blue Plate Brand
10-oz. Can, 230
2 5-oz. Cans
Old Pals Alaska
Mb. Tall Can
Cut Macaroni or
! 3 for 23c
19-oz. Can, 3 for 250
Babo SSrffTO ...2 for sue
Crystal! White f S A& G.,ant. Ba.Ps. . . 35c
Palsiaolive Soap 3e?irap. .Bars. ...... .17c
Hilerx SsrSoffiX!!'!!'. Deodor! 2 tor 15c
Shinola .iS. A.s.sor.te?. 17c
RSnso SS'HirrSS&fiB8 JuaHp.9TeEpackage- ; -Sic
LiBebuoy SSSS!?2?J2tp4 .......SSc
Crackers 8iaft . .22c
Salad Dressing Ba1rTEu5;NUT. 33c
Gfripso Flalies EASX ..22c
Bread Fresh Sliced White, 16-oz. Loaf J&C
Apricots SlcB,cnhei.m.D.r!cd . . . ; .2 lbs. 35c
Sutibrite Cleanser 5 ft.0. . . . .14c
Seminole Tissue a.f. forSSc
Fresh Cucumber Style
h i. A VOK
Oatman's Dundee, tall can,
(Save Oatman's Dundee Labels
for Valuable Premiums)
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
STORE FORCE HAS MEETING
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johannes en
tertained at Nebraska City Sunday
evening, members of the staff of Joe's
New Way stores and the Mullen meat
market of this city. The event was
in the nature of a dinner party
served at the private dining room of
the Grand Hotel, the table being
very attractively decorated with lav
endar and pink sweet peas to lend a
touch of charm to the scene.
Following the dinner all took part
in a general discussion of present
day retailing from both the consum
er's and dealer's standpoint, which
was very interesting.
A. E. Deiter. the main speaker of
the evening, discussed the future of
the grocery business and predicted
a good business year in 1939.
Among those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Mullen, Walter Fornoff,
Wilma Wiles. Antonia Vanek. Jo
sephine Warga. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad
Pearson, Vincent Kelley and Mar
garet Ann Pitz, all of Plattsmouth:
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johannes, Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Deiter, Otto Strause, Gene
Smith, of Nebraska City; Georgia
Grisk of Elk Creek.
Get Our Prices
Before You Sell Your
Conveniently Located 5th and Main
center of Business Section
GRANT POWER LINE RIGHTS
LINCOLN, Feb. 27 (UP) The
state railway commission today
granted authority to the Eastern Ne
braska Public Power district to build
lines in Richardson county with the
provision that they cannot parallel
the lines of the Ilumboldt-Spicer
Telephone company. The commission
also granted the application of the
Nebraska Power company to build
lines in Saunders, Washington, Cass
and Douglas counties.
Rubber Stamps at towes? prices
at the Journal Office
5 lbs. and up, lb. . 14
Under 5 lbs., lb 12i
Leghorn Hens, lb lOp
STAGS and COX, lb 9t
Baby Chix (latching
Each Monday, Thursday
Place orders in advance to make
sure of getting what you want. No
cash required until Chix delivered.
We Sell Ashland Chix
CREAM, today, No. 1. .25
May We handle Your Next Can?
EGGS Market Steady
If you want to sell your eggs on a
Graded Basis, we have a plan for
yon. Come in and ask about this.
HIDES, per lb 5p
A. R. CASE
Phone 2S8-J, Plattsmouth
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Sizes 32 to 50, Each
All Sizes, Each ... J
8-oz. Denim, Sanforized
Overalls CI 49
All Sizes, Each
9-oz. Jelt Denim, Sanforized
Blue and Grey
ChambraV and Cov
ert Cloth. Each:
Long sleeves. Ankle
length. Sizes 36 to
46. Per pair:
Heavy cotton flan
nel. Special, pair
Medium weight. A
good value, pair:
Sizes to 20 00
Values to. . . . Sale at,
(Si) JV. Jvl
RURAL SCHOOL VOTES HERE
Cass County's Largest Store
I "Eat Flelschmann's Yeast for HeaUh"!
Serve vitamins and
stay healthy! The
foods listed here are
abundant in healthy
Shop from this Iit
I of healthy citrus fruits t 1 J "1 ill UOZ. I I
Record low prices on
this year' record crop
of healthy citrus fruits
. . ar their delicious
best right now!
GRAPEFRUIT Seedless Ooz. . 29c
LEMONS Juicy Firm, Doz. . 29c
riEl'J POTATOES 4 lbs 25c
ORANGES Small Size, Doz. . .20c
GARROTS Per Bunch ..... 5c
HEAD LETTUCE Each . . . 7c
TREE SWEET 4Aa
1-lb. Jan JLU'
2 lb. Box
by both of this
I important vitamin
Glass Tumbler Free with
Vienna Sugar Finger
2-lb. box Krispy. . .27
1-lb. box Krispy... 15
HONEY DEW 4jQp
3-lb. Baa ..AW1,
Shurflne Light or Golden
Per Gal tun na 0
2 lbs., 15c; 4 lbs.. . . k J
40-50 size, 3 lbs
10-lb. Eox. 79
10 lbs fc3 '
Tall Cans 4 for
Dog Food Cc
3 1-ln. Cans aJ
fmmmmmi am I I In.- .mmmm .1 m mil I mi lu -ill
l The Best r Wf) 2 W
- V fir i I
End Slices, 5 lb. Dox.
CORN FED SHOULDER
Bee Roast, lb.
Lard, 50-lb. can .
FULL CREAM LONGHORN
Cheese, per lb. .
Not Sliced 2 to 4 lb. Average, Per lb. . . .
Bullx Kraut, per lb 5c
Fillets o Fish, 2 lbs 25c
Shoulder Bee Steak, lb 19c
Whiting Fish - Srnohcd Fish
Salt Fish - Pickled Fish ' Halibut
Fancy Red Salmon
BRING THIS AD FOR RURAL SCHOOL VOTES!
THIS Al FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
a"Eat Flelschmann's Yeast for Health" i-.