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PtATTSMOUTH SEMI - W2XY jOUBUAL
MONDAY, SIAECH 13, 1329.
Get Our Prices
Before You Sell Your
Conveniently Located 5th and Main
Center of Business Section
Cass county Has no onfl"e in
debtedness, as, like the state, we
have paid cash for our hard sur
faced roads and other improve
ments as we went.
Bring This Ad for Double Votes
in the Rural School Contest
Spare Ribs f gc
Lean, Meaty, lb Aw
Hamburger or Bulk
Fresh. 2 IDs
Pork Chops 2fc
Choice, Lean, lb &4&
Fancy Sugar Cured
Bacon Backs 4 Cc
Whole or Half, lb
Salmon or Sable
Sliced or Piece, 2 lbs.
Whiting Fish 4 CC
2 lbs. a-'
Half Hills Brand
Jar Asa Jib
4- lb. Pkg., 29 -f J q
2-lb. Pkg-. El Cj?
Choice Blenheim Dried
APRICOTS -fl pyc
2 lbs., 33c ; Lb. 1L
120 Size dfl?C
C lbs., 25 25-lb.S'P
ORANGES. Juicy Calif.
SI . KIiT
Med. 233 size, doz 156
Large 220 size, doz 20 C
GRAPEFRUIT, Juicy Texas
96 size, 10 for 29
YAMS, 4 lbs. for 19 1
l.uilfinf Porto It Iran
I . i. ,o. 1
CELERY, large stalk 10c
Krrnh. Trnilrr 'nllfornta
FOTATOES, Red River
l.nrit-. ('Iran. Smooth
15-lb. Peck 29 c
ICO-lb. Bag $1.79
CARROTS, large lunch 5
'alifornin (.rrrn Top
KOHEY I iyc
5- lb. Pail &
Quick or Regular "f
Large Pkg. 1L U
Fine Granulated Beet
Vita or Buddy Boy
Big 4 White Naptha
SOAP -fj 7c
5 Giant Bars iL Q
(We reserve the right to limit
quantities of the above items)
Ad for Plattsmouth Tues.
and We., March 14-15
SERVICES FOR OLD RESIDENT
Thursday afternoon at the Sat tier
funeral home services were held for
Frank E. Warren, long time resident
of Plattsmouth and one of the highly
esteemed members of the community,
The chapel was filled with the old
friends and neighbors of the family
to pay their final tributes to 'Mr
Warren for the many years that they
had known him.
Dr. H. G. McClusky, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, conducted
the services and his message brought
comfort to the members of the bereft
family circle in their loss.
During the services Raymond C.
Cook cave two vocal numbers. "Some
time We'll Understand" and "Beau
tiful Isle of Somewhere." Mrs. R. O.
Cole being the accompanist.
The pall bearers were relatives
and old time friends, Louis F. Hen-
nines. J. C. Petersen. Herman Mar
tens, Ivan and Elmer Taylor, Alph
The interment was in the family
plot at the Oak Hill cemetery.
IS ACCIBENTLY SHOT
From Thursday's DaOy
H. H. Lawton of Murdock, was
in the city today for a few hours
and while here was a caller at the
Journal. Mr. Lawton had with him a
copy of the Daily Times of Davenport,
Iowa, giving an account of the tragic
death of Harry G. Hammond, of Dav
enport, whose wife is a sister of Mr.
Lawton. The man was killed when
taking a shotgun from his car it
was discharged and the contents
lodged iu his heart, causing instant
death. Mr. Hammond was a brother
of Mrs. J. -F. Forgarty, formerly of
From Thursday's Dany-
This morning at the lenten ser
vices at the St. Luke's Episcopal
church dedication of two memorial
plaques was made by Father George
Tyner, rector of the church. These
plaques were presented to the church
by Miss Mable Frances White as
memorials to her mother and sister,
Mrs. Anne lone White and Mrs. Lil
Father Tyner gave a very inspir
ational lenten sermon as a part of the
HERE FROM HAY SPRINGS
Mrs. Henry Armbrust and daugh
ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Philpot. Mrs. William Phil
pot and Mrs. A. DeCasto. all of Hay
Springs, Nebraska, were here Wed
nesday evening as guests of Mrs. Wil
liam Hassler and daughter. Miss
Anna. Mrs. Armbrust is a niece of
RETURN TO WEST
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Contryman and
family left for their home In the
western part of the state Sunday
afternoon. Mrs. Contryman had been
here the past week, called by the
illness and death of her mother, Mrs.
Phone 95-93 -We Deliver
Ad for Tues., Wed.. Febr. 14 and 15
Krinsr This Ad for Double Votes'
Yellow or White
Tomatoes or Green
Beans, No. 2 Cans
5 Cans for
(witn the Purchase of $1.00 Order)
100 lb. Bag
Onions BEAKS, Great
Phone 95-93 We Deliver
Ad for Tues., Wed., Febr. 14 and IS
Bring This Ad for Double Votes
Cut Ho Done lb.
Plate lb. . . .
Sugar Cured lb.
RETURNS FROM OUTING
Mr. end Mrs. Charles D. Palmer
returned home late Wednesday after
noon from a motor trip to the south
which has -covered the past two
weeks. They left here just In advance
of the recent cold spell and were
struck by the storm at Chicago. The
Btorm followed them to the south
and brought quite low temperatures
in the deep south. At Miami Mr.
Palmer states the residents were
wearing overcoats for a few days.
They visited at Palm Beach and Lake
Worth and sought to call on Charles
K. Bestor, but he had gone to
Havana, Cuba for a pleasure trip", but
they had a fine visit with Ad Kiser
of Mynard who accompanied Mr. Bes
tor to the south and is located at
Lake Worth. The greater part of
the time was spent at the home of an
uncle of Mr. Palmer living near Lake
Okeechobee, one of the large fresh
water lakes of the state. They had
the opportunity of visiting many
interesting places on the journey to
and from the south but were well
pleased to reach "home and Nebraska.
SUFFERS FROM FLU
Mrs. Frank Slatinsky is quite ill
at her home on Oak street where
she is suffering from the effects of
a serious case of the flu and grippe
Her condition was such that it was
necessary to summon medical aid to
determine the direct cause of her
illness. Her daughter. Miss Helen
Slatinsky has been caring for the
IMPROVES IN HEALTH
The condition of Mrs. Earl Redd,
who has been seriously ill for the
past several days, is much improved,
according to her physician. It is the
general hope that she may be able to
be up and around attending to her
regular household duties in about
two months. Her many friends are
glad to hear of her Improvement.
Jerry Semerad of Wisconsin ar
rived in Plattsmouth Wednesday eve
ning to spend the next week visit
ing here at the home of his sister.
Mrs. Frank Konfrst and family. Mr.
Semerad is employed in the Camp
Taylor in Wisconsin where he has
been engaged in the Taylor Lake
project for several years.'
TAKES PART IN PLAY
CRETE. Neb., March S. Joe Hen
drix will play the part of Monsieur
Fleurant in "Imaginary Invalid" by
Moliere, which will be the next pro
duction of the Doane Players. The
play is scheduled for performance
the second week in April in the
Little Theatre on the campus.
REPORT CHICKENS STOLEN
From Thursday's Daily
Deputy Sheriff Emery Doody was
at Greenwood today where he was
called by reports of chickens being
stolen last night from farms in that
locality. The vicinity of Grenwood
has been the scene of a number of
depredations the past winter.
HOLD COURT TODAY
From Thursday's Daily
District Judge W. W. Wilson was
here today to hold a session of the
court and to take up a large num
ber of minor matters awaiting his
attention. The court was occupied
in hearing motions, confirmation of
several sales and signing orders.
The Government having with
drawn its support of the But
ter market, the price is now
below cost of production. We
have kept the butter fat price
as high as in our power, but
with the Government support
withdrawn, the price can not
be held at the former levels.
WRITE OR WIRE
YOUR SENATOR AND
and ask them to guarantee at
least the cost of production.
The Home of Hill's Famous
Chix and Gooch's Feed
LOWER MAIN St. PHONE 94
. Rl'HAIi SCHOOL VOTES
Club Holds its
Mrs. R. E. Foster Selected as Presi
dent, Ruth James, Secretary and
Mrs. Ivan Balfour Treasurer
The commodious home of Mrs.
Ivnn Balfour wa3 the scene of a live
ly gathering Tuesday afternoon,
March 7 when the Union Woman's
club met, having as their guests
several of the county and district
officers. Unfortunately some of the
officers who were invited had pre
vious engagements .with the flu or
some social function which prevented
their coming. However, Mrs. L. S.
Devoe, district chairman of Amer
ican homes. Mrs. Ray Xorris, state
chairman of rural clubs, and District
Vice-president Mrs. Scott McCrew
and Mrs. Ankles were present, each
giving succinct and enlightening
talks on their respectice subjects.
Mrs. Devoe talked on safety and the
importance of relisious training in
the home. Mrs. Norris urged a close
cooperation between urban - rural
women, and that a special effort be
made to secure rural members. Mrs
McGrew stressed the importance of
federations and religious training.
The business meeting and election
of officers for the ensuing year was
conducted by the president, Mrs. Niels
Madsen, who by the club rules, auto
matically became vice-president. The
simplified manner of conducting the
election prevented confusion, and
within a brief period all members
had voted, resulting in the election
of Mrs. R. E. Foster as president,
Mrs. Ruth James, secretary and Mrs.
Ivan Balfour, treasurer.
All members Joined in the flag
salute, after which prayer was offer
ed by Mrs. L. R. McGaughey at the
president's invitation, Mrs. Farris,
the devotional leader, being absent.
The club voted to send their quota
for the "penny pines." and take up
the "two tree" project.
Mrs. Howard Snodgrass, chairman
of music, led the group singing; the
first song being an . Irish melody in
honor of St. Patrick, the patron saint
of March, followed by "My Nebras
Mrs. Earl Upton and Mrs. L. Mou-
gey sang an appropriate duet: "Ne
braska My Nativen Land." as "Ne
braska" was the subject for this
Mrs. Ruth James as leader, gave
an interesting, concise and well-por
trayed history of Nebraska, old and
new, with supplemental readings by
Mrs. Snodgrass and Mrs. L. R. Up
ton. Apropos of the subject, "Nebras
ka" an unusual scrap book of a well
known Nebraska artist, Mrs. Lenore
Benalken, which had been loaned
one or the members, was shown.
containing photographs of twenty of
her paintings, and an interesting ac
count of her life, which all enjoyed.
As a pleasant conclusion to the
program the high school quartet, con
sisting of Kathleen Balfour, Bettie
Baker, LucIIe Gruber and Edith
Wolfe, with their school conductress,
Miss Melzacher, gave two appropriate
The luncheon table was cleverly
arranged to carry out the concept
of Nebraska's characteristic products,
small paper boxes with a design of
the state capitol .were filled with
edible grains of- candy corn, puffed
wheat, etc.. which served as place-
cards, while Ice cream was design
ed to show "Nebraska" as the white
spot of the nation.
The centerpiece, emblematic of
pioneer days showed:
Two gentle oxen as with pa-
. tlence rare
They plotJ.o reach a goal, they
know not where.
Just to be free from their un
The covered wagon they propel
along the road.
When food and shelter must to
For all their toil along the
The hostesses assisting Mrs. Bal
four were Mesdames P. F. Rihn, R.
E. Foster, L. Mougey and J. C. Han
sen. Beside the visiting officers and
members there were nine other
guests, with whom it was a pleasure
to be associated.
For thus we met new folk and
make new friends
Which to our lives an added In
Find charm, compaalonship with
those who higher rate.
Those whom we may not envy
but may emulate.
WILL ATTEND FUNERAL
From Friday's Daily
Miss Maxine Cloidt, teacher in the
McCook high school, will arrive this
evening to attend the funeral services
or her uncle, the-late-P. T. Becker,
held here Saturday afternoon.
Prom Thursday's Pally
Wednesday Afternoon Club
The Wednesday Afternoon Bridge
club met yesterday at the home of
Mrs. Ruth Soennichsen.
Mrs. W. V. Ryan won first" prize;
Mrs. RiUh Soennichsen, second; and
Mrs. George Jaeger third.
Following the party refreshments
Entertains School Friends
Wednesday evening Miss Dorothy
Jean Turner was hostess at a very
delightful dinner party at her home,
having as her guests school friends
and associates. The group enjoying
the dinner were: Mary Helen Dill,
Shirley Mason, Jacqueline Weten
kamp, Helen Hiatt, Dorothy Turner,
John Jacobs, Bob Hayes, Jimmie
Jones, Stephen Devoe, Dale Near
hood. Will Entertain at Dinner
Mrs. J. A. Donelan will be hostess
this evening at a family dinner party
at her home in the Coronado apart
ment. The guests will be Dr. and
Mrs. Frank D. Burgess, of Omaha,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Thygeson of Ne-(
braska City, Mr. and Mrs. Karl
Brown and daughter of Papillion and
Miss Verna Leonard of this city. Dr.
and Mrs. Burgess, who have spent
the winter at Omaha are leaving lor
Columbus to visit a daughter at that
place, en route stopping at Papillion
as week end guests at the Karl
From Friday's Daily
Delta Deck Club
Miss Margaret Scotten entertained
the Delta Deck card lub at her
home in the Coronado apartments
last evening. Four guests, Mrs. Frank
Bestor, Mrs. John Wolff, Mrs. Robert
Cappell, and Mrs. Fred Lugsch were
Mrs. Frank Bestor won first prize,
Mrs. Henry McMaken, second, and
Mr3. Lillian Livingston, third.
At the conclusion of the party
refreshments were served by the hos
tess. Bi-Monthly Club
The Bi-Monthly pinochle club met
last evening with Mrs. Mable Tie
kotter. All of the members were
Miss Mary Holy was awarded the
highest honor, while Mrs. Ida Wa
ters was awarded the second honor.
Following the party refreshments
were served by the hostess, Mrs.
Celebration of Anniversary
Last Friday marked the 24th wed
ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. Griffin of Union and in honor
of the happy event a number of the
business men and firemen and their
wives gathered at the home to help
celebrate their anniversary as Mr.
GrifTIu has been a fireman ever since
the fire department started in Union.
The evening was spent in playing
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Rihn, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Scho
maker, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Arnold.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Attbery, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Pearsley, Elmer
Withrow and Sylvia, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Meredith, Mr. and Mrs. John
Fitzpatrick, Leroy McFarland, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Griffin, Mrs. E. M.
Griffin of Plattsmouth and the guests
of honor, Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Griffin
and daughters. Opal and Ruth.
Delicious refreshments were served.
All departed wishing Mr. and Mrs.
Griffin many more anniversaries.
W. F. M. S. Meeting
The Women's Foreign Missionary
REGULAR $2.50 PERMANENT Only . . . $2.00
REGULAR $3.50 PERMANENT Only . . .$3.00
REGULAR $5.00 PERMANENT Only . . . $4.00
Including Shampoo & Finger Wave
These Prices Good Only Until Easter
-DOUBLE SCHOOL VOTES
Only four more weeks in the Rural School Playground
Equipment Contest. This is your opportunity to get
double votes and also dress up for Easter. This is
the only Beauty Shop giving Rural School Votes.
Hollywood Beauty Salon
'2nd Floor Bates Book Store Bldg., Phone 137
society of the Methodist church met
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the
pleasant home of Mrs. L. S. Devoe at
1010 North 11th street and was very
largely attended. The members ob
served founding of the society with a
delightful program, candlelight ser
vice, and later served tea.
The business meeting was conduct
ed by the president, Mrs. E. W.
Following the business meeting a
delightful program, "Adventures in
Faith," was given. Mrs. Margaret
Carr sang a vocal solo, "My Task."
A vocal duet was sung by Mrs. Thim
gan and Mrs. R. B. Hayes, and vocal
trio consisting of Mrs. R. B. Hayes,
Mrs. Edgar Glaze and Mrs. Margaret
Carr rendered a beautiful hymn. Mrs.
Helen Murdick of Benton Harbor,
Michigan, was the accompanist for
the ladies. During the afternoon a
candlelight service honoring the
eight women who founded the society
was held. Character sketches of
some of the women pioneers in faith
At the close of the program, a
half-hour tea was served. Mrs. J. C.
Lowson poured. Bouquets of sweet
peas formed the centerpiece of the
table. Refreshments of sandwiches,
cookies, and candies wer served the
members and the many guests pres
From Saturday's Daily
Manley Card Club
The F. D. R. card club met this
week at the Theodore Harm's home.
In the men's awards Andrew
Stander was the winner of first prize,
and in the women's awards, Mrs. An
drew Stander was winner of first
prize. The consolation prize of the
evening was given to Frank Eerg
mann. Following the party refreshments
were served to the group.
$1 - $1.98
Attractively finished. Makes a
welcome addition to any room.
SPECIAL for EASTER
Soft Ringlet Curls and Waves
Cnly four more weeks until Easter. Take
advantage of this opportunity to get your
Easter Permanent at a reduction in price.
From Friday' Daily
Attorney J. A. Capwell was a visi
tor at Wahoo, Thursday where he
was called to look after some mat
ters of business.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Long and
daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Larson and lit
tle daughter, of Louisville, were hero
Thursday to look after some matter
From Saturday's Dally
Misses Edna Carlburg and Lydia
Pitz were visitors in Omaha Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard McKane
of Lincoln were dinner guests Thurs
day of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Carr.
Miss Agnes Muehsler departed for
Millard, Nebraska where she will
spend the week end visiting at the
home of her sister.
Mrs. J. A. Donelan and her guests,
Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Burgess motored
to Nebraska City Friday where they
were visitors and guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Casper Thygeson.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bergmann of
Manley were in Plattsmouth Friday
attending to some matters of busi
ness as well as visiting their many
friends and neighbors.
Frank Oliver who has been here
the past two weeks, called by the ill
ness of his mother, has returned to
his home in Janesville, Wi3.
This Ad for Tues. and Wed.
Ask for Your Rural School
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for Double Votes
Flour and Pan
All Three for
No. 2.Vz Can. ,
2 No. 2 Vz size Cans . .
No. 2!2 Cans. .3 for
3 Vz -lb. Bag
One Coaster FREE 4f OC
w 8th 4 Pkgs. at & J
S-oz, 2 for 15c; 4 for
4 Whole Apples In a (?f
11-oz. tin for
Dill Pickles Rq
3 No. 2V2 Cans.
Pork & Beans
No. 2V2 cans. each..
300 size Cans, 3 for
Not Sliced AAc.
Per lb SIC
Fish of All