The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, March 30, 1939, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    THURSDAY. 1L&ECH 20, 1929.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JQTTSNJLL
PAGE THREE
OCIAL
From Monday's Daily
Entertains at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vandervoort and
family had as Sunday dinner guests
Mr. and Mrs. A,. S. Victoria from
Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. George L.
Thacker of Louisville.
Tender Shower for Miss Cacy
Misses Gertrude Vallery and June
Sumner entertained at a miscel
laneous shower on Saturday evening
at the Glen Vallery home in honor
of Miss Mildred Cacy whose mar
riage to Mr. Charles Walden will oc
cur on Saturday, April S. A large
group of the young ladies, friends
and associates of Miss Cacy, were
present. A number of out of town
guests were also present.
GARDEN AND FARM
BLUE GRASS, lb 25
5 lbs. for $1
LAWN CLOVER, lb 60
Garden Seed In Bulk Only
ONION SETS, 2 lbs 15p
Colorado Grown
ONION SETS, per lb 5t
Kaittrrn Grown
SWEET CLOVER
Good Grade, bushel $3.50
Better Grade, bushel $4.25
Our Best Grade, bushel $4.80
Lower Prices On Quantities
ALFALFA
Hardy Wyoming:, bu. $14.50
Grimm, Vrrifletl Origin
Hardy Nebr! Grown, bu.$13.50
BROME GRASS, 100 Its. $17
TIMOTHY, bushel $2.25
RED CLOVER, bushel$11.50
SUDAN, 100 lbs $3.70
CERTIFIED SUDAN $4.95
ATLAS SORGO, 100 lbs.$2-S5
Certified
ORCHARD GRASS, lb 21 1
Extra llunlj- and Kin
f c-r Pantnrr
These Pricer Good while
Present Stock Lasts '
Let us book your order now and
you can get it when you're ready !
The prices are guaranteed against
decline. The market is very ac
tive on Sweet Clover and Sudan,
and prices may be a little higher !
Protect Yourself Against a
Probable Advance!
BESTOR & SWATEK
COMPANY
Phone 151 Plattsmouth
The evening was spent in playing
the game of flee and the prizes for
this game were awarded to Miss
Margaret Ann Vallery, winning first
prize, and Mrs. Golda 'Wiles, who
won the second prize.
During the evening the guest ot
honor was showered with a large
number of useful and handsome gifts,
receiving them in" the form of a bar
rel of raindrops.
At the conclusion of the party the
hostesses served refreshments.
The out-of-town guests present
were Ruth Peters of Omaha, Mary
Parker, Phyllis Henderson, Mrs. Gil
lette and Mrs. Elton Cacy from Auburn
Celebrates Eirthday
Mrs. Philip llofmann entertained
at a birtliday party at her home in
honor of her husband, Philip, who
observed the passing of his birthday
Sunday. The occasion was held on
(Sunday afternoon and a few of the
I close friends nd relatives were pres
jent to help Mr. llofmann celebrate
the occasion.
The afternoon was spent
ing and social gathering,
by a six o'clock dinner.
The guests present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Neville, and Bernard
Drcsselhaus of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs.
FYed Busch, and the guest of honor,
Phil Hofmann and his family.
in visit-followed
Entertain Quilters
A group of the ladies of the Holy
Rosary Altar society, who had com
pleted making two quilts for the so
ciety, were entertained Sunday after
noon by their president, Mrs. Charles
F. Janda at the church club rooms.
The afternoon was spent in play
ing pinochle and Chinese checkers.
The prizes for pinochle were award
ed to Mrs. Timothy Kahoutek, who
received the highest honor, and Mrs.
Frank Chovanec, who received the
consolation prize.
A two-course luncheon was served
at 6 o'clock by the hostess, Mrs.
Janda assisted by Mrs. Hermie Svo
boda. Foliowing the luncheon the ladies
indulged in the game of menagerie
l from which the most merriment was
derived as the hostess escorted the
guests through the "zoo."
The guests present to take part in
the affair were: Mrs. Joseph Kanka,
Mrs. Anna Zitka, Mrs. Frank Cho
vanec. Mrs. Rozina Ripple, Mrs. Anna
Slavicek, Mrs., Charles .V.itousek Mrs.
Hermie Svoboda, Mrs. Kate Hiber,
Mrs. Joseph Wooster, Mrs. Adolph
Koubek, Mrs. Timothy Kahoutek,
Misses Julia Svoboda and Anna
Jirousek, and the hostess, Mrs.
Charles F. Janda.
served the passing of their wedding
anniversary and a group of close
friend and relatives were present at
the dinner served in their honor.
The group present were: Mr. and
Mrs. L. F. Langhorst and daughter
of Elmwood; Mr. and Mrs. V. B.
Jones of Hastings; Mr. and Mrs.
Karl Schneider; Mr. and Mrs. J.
Russell Reeder of Plattsmouth, and
the guests of honor, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Williams.
From Tuesday's Daily
Celebrates Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Reeder and
twin daughters were in Elmwood
Sunday where they spent the day
visiting at the home of Mrs. Reeder's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wil
liams. Mr. and Mrs. Williams ob-
Portis Chief
'3.85
r 4 !X
Portis Archer;
( Portis Rainbow
'3.85
Portis Hats -for Easter
When you step out on Easter, wear a Portis
hat toned to match your new spring suit.
Harmony from head to toe is the style order
of the day ... Be individual ... he correct
choose a Portis Smart Styles $3.83 and $3.00.
Exduai.a Portia looj-wrar feature.
"Soimlmk" waterproof
finish I "Protek." per. pi ration-proof
oil ailk insert,
retard, band .tains.
Portis Hot
look better in
oil kind of
weather
SOENNICHSEN'S
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
Entertains School Friends
Miss Harriett Goos entertained a
number of college friends at a :30
dinner at the home of her parents
at C17 Locust street last evening.
The dinner was served by the hos
tess assisted by her mother, Mrs.
Henry F. Goos.
Following the dinner the young
'.cdies enjoyed the evening by play
ing cards.
The young ladies who are enjoy
ing their vacations from their respec
tive colleges who were present were:
Misses Eleanor Minor, Marjorie Tid
ball, and a high school guest7 Miss
Dorothy Jean Turner, and the hos
tess, Miss Harriett Goos.
Junior Woman's Club
The Junior Woman's club met last
evening at the Hotel Plattsmouth
dining room. There was a large
roup present.
A short business meeting was
held. The ladies nominated, by writ
ten ballot, for a sponsor from the
senior group were: Mrs. L. W. Egen
berger, Mrs. James Mauzy, Mrs. O. C.
Hudson, Jr., and Mrs. W. S. Eaton.
At the next meeting a final vote will
be taken in order to decide on the
cponsor. It was voted to take up a
five cent collection at each meeting
instead of having local dues.
Following the short business ses
sion, the members present played a
number of games, but pir.o.hle seem
ed to be the most popular.
At the conclusion of the party
refreshments were served by the of
ficers of the local organization, who
were the hostesses for the evening:
Miss Edith Solomon, Miss Fern
Jahrig, Miss Gertrude Vallery, and
Miss Wilhclmina Henrichsen.
The next meeting will be held on
Monday evening:, April 10, at the
dining room of the Hotel Platts
mouth. The program will consist of
a review of the-lSC9 style dresses
copied exactly from those worn by
Barbara Stanwyck and other stars
in the world premiere of the moving
picture, "Union Pacific."
prised: Lewanna Kelley, Agnes
Brink, Buster Blauvelt, Edward Had
raba, Donald Warga, Mr. and Mrs.
Bronson Timm, and the guest of
honor, Francis Warren, all of this
city, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Avard
of Omaha.
From Wednesday's TJaily
Celebrates Birthday
Jast evening at the home of Mrs.
Frank Warren was the scene of a
gathering of a group of close friends
and associates of Francis Warren
who were entertained at a C o'clock
dinner tendered in his honor, the oc
casion marking the passing of his
twenty-eighth birthday.
Following the dinner a group of
guests motored to Omaha where they
enjoyed the evening at a dancing
party in honor of the event.
The guests making the trip com-
IH'S
n I This Ad fcr Fri., Sat., Mar. 31 and April 1
KJ PKOftE 93 and 95 WE DELIVER
WE GIVE RURAL SCHOOL VOTES SAVE OUR CASH REGISTER
SLIPS DOUBLE VOTES IF YOU BRING AD TO BE SIGNED!
U
BAHAMAS Lb.0! . .Go
OnnnrCnFEIT Texas Seedless
Ullf.l 1.1 C.UII 11
10 for
29c
ORAKGES l'anrjilc, . ea. 1c
Soap Values h
Ivory, lg bar9c
Camay, 317i
Lava, lg bar86
P-G, Giant
bars, 10- 33 C
A Seed Potatoes
E3riy0hio'sS1.79
White Cobblers
Bag . . . .51.69
J Red Triumphs,
Table.$1.33
Preserves VTZ&?. 25c
mJinnC Yellow ... op Great 1C.
ilUf id Northern Beans. 5 lbs.. .Id!'
COFFEE TSP. tZ:&T?LT:?A5i
CORK FLAKES gjSjff? 25c
n," ' , Macaroni, Spaqhettl, Brown rtf
iialSltlScr Powdered Sugar, 3-lb...fclW
CRACKERS S-sf'-ZSc
Regular value of this Assimt., 31c
ANOTHER KIT U.
n- o Ik vlQ f 1
Osydol, lge. 19
Oxydol, Gt.55
Dreft, lge 21
Clean Quick,
5-lb. box 23
A
COFFEE
Butter-Nut
Reg. or Drip, 1
Ib. Tin or Jar
35
I 1 - -
Anni! Tomatoes or Green Beans 9Ql
OUHf. No, 2 Cans 4 for
EJftF9f Fl V Pork & Beans or Sauer QC
llUl.linf Kraut, 3 No. ZVz cans...WW
Salad Dressing jaFsSSS Qt.. 25c
IC-cr. Pints, 15c; S-oz. Vz Pint, 10c
f-nflI?IC Chocolato Filled
Creams, 2 lbs.
29c
Tioenc PRIME
Reg. 5c Rolls, G for.
25c
APRICOTS ZT&. 29c
OMAR
FLOUR
4S-lb. Sack
51-21
MULLEN'S IV3EAT DEPARTMENT
Phone S5 and 93. We have Four Deliveries Daily
8:30 a. m. 10:30 a. m. 2:00 p. m. 4:00 p. m.
BEEF ROAST, extra fancy quality, lb 1712
PLATE BOIL, lean, meaty, lb 10
BEEF STEW, Cut, no Bone, lb 7y2
HAMBURGER
FRESH CUT
Z lbs. 25c
Pork Sausage
PURE PORK
PORK CHOPS, Center Cuts, lb . '. 20
PORK BUTT ROAST (Fresh), lb 18
PORK LIVER, lb ...15
PORK BRAINS, lb 10
AMERICAN or BRICK
CMIEESE
2-lb. Box
V- "
S
LEG OF LAMB, per lb . .23$
LAMB CHOPS, per lb 23j
We also Carry a Full Line of Cold Meats
and Freshly Dressed Chickens
Tuesday Afternoon ClnS
The Tuesday afternoon club met
at the home of Mrs. John Schutz yes
terday afternoon. Mrs. August Roess
ler was a guest of the club.
The first prize went to Mrs. Hen
rietta Ofe, and Mrs. L. B. Egenberger
vas awarded the consolation prize.
Following the party Mrs. Schutz
assisted by Mrs. Earl Mrasek and Miss
Clara Mraeek served refreshments.
at 1004 Main street in honor of Mrs.
R. R. Walton of Onawa, Iowa. The
jguest list comprised nine and a very
enjoyable time was spent.
The guests present were: Mrs.
R. B. Hayes, Mrs. William Heinrich,
Mrs. Harry White, Mrs. Ralph Wiles,
Mrs. J. C. Lowson, Mrs. Rae Mc
Maken, Mrs. J. Howard DaTis all of
this city, Mrs. Grace Parker of Lin
coln, and the guest of honor, Mrs.
R. R. Waltor. of Onawa, Iowa.
Mrs. Augusta Haupt.
The club will also' meet again to
morrow afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Woest.
Entertained for Mrs. Walton
A 1 o'clock covered dish luncheon
was held on Tuesday ;ternoon at
the home of Mrs. J. Howard Davis
M. A. 0. Club Meets
The M. A. O. club met on Tuesday
at the home, of Mrs. John Woest for
an all-day session. Miss Jepsie Bald
win of Weeping Water, and Mrs.
Nelson Berger of Nehawka were pres
ent to instruct the members on mak
ing various dress forms.
The members and guests enjoyed
a dinner served at the noon hour by
Mrs. Woest assisted by her sister,
Sundav School Teachers Meet
The St. Paul's Sunday school
teachers met for their regular Lusi
ness meeting last evening at the
home of Miss Leona Meisingcr. All
but one of the members were able to
be present.
The business session was presided
over by the superintendent, Mrs.
Freda Stibal, with a bi;-un-ss dis
cussion being held.
Following the businefs meeting
the members indulged in a game of
Chinese checkers, which was follow
ed by serving of refreshments by the
hostess. Miss Leona Mchinger, as
sisted by her mother, Mrs. J. E. Mei-
singer.
Phona news i:m 10 If. B.
(Bring This Ad for Double Vctes in the Rural School Contest)
7v
PEACHES
Del Monte, Sliced or Half -fl V
No. 2V2 Can jL &
TOMATOES
Smith Brand
S for 29c
U i U IK
rv 1
Ad for Plattsmouth, Fri, Sat, Mar. 31, Apr. 1
Del Monte Red Alaska
SALMON
Mb. Tali Can
Old Pals Alaska 4fr
Salmon. 1-lb. tall can lvt
Choice Blenheim Dried
APRICOTS
2 lbs., 290; Lb. ilcD
Del Monte Crushed
PINEAPPLE
sy S for 2dc
IPeEs L3on HISS'S a!LS
i V5 1 Wyafa, a 3-at.ai
ler, Juiry, I'. S. (iradrd Il--f Shouldrr Cun.
nofr Tender, Juicy U. S. Graded
;cSJ.4. Beef. Shoulder, lb
Hamburger or Bulk
imkly Gromd.
1 bu. for
2Q(
Sausage '
Cheese .BH.ck. 39c
( holer, Ican.
Tlortn Backs. Fancy Sugar-Cured -jn
OaLOIl Whole or Hair. Ib jw
Minced Luncheon or
BoIOgna Selected, 2 Lbs
Whiting Fish Seredssed!'2.b,..15c
O O Sweet, Jcy. Tex.. 1 p -v
so
Gentdne Eed Eiver
Early Obios
Large, Clean, Smooth, Seed or Table Stock j-
1UU-1D. cag:, "wnen pacxea, recK
29c
California Green Top rn
VdfFO&O Large Bunch 5l
Af1a6 Fancy Idaho Rome Beauty p
iiVppieS Bushel, $1.79; 4 lbs AC
mr a. aa M Juicy California Sunkist
(y)linigGG Seedless Navels
Large 220 Size, dozen, 20 rr n -
Medium 288 Size, dozen 1L C
? .att'?ffor. Solid Arizona Iceberg ln
LiSllUCe Lge. 5-Doz. Size, head vC
Radishes Lge. Bunches, 3 for. . . ioc
Heinz Ketchup
Large 14-oz. 1
Bottle ii fl
Heinz Picliles
Fresh Cucumber QKq
Style. 24-oz. Jar JL
Heinz
Strained Foods
Assorted Varieties fl
4Vs-oz. Cans2 for JL
ROYAL BRAND
FLOUR
48-lb." Sack
Coronet FLOUR
48-lb. Bag . . . .
81c
..99c
SOILA2C
Cleans Painted Walls, Greasy
Pots and Pans Excellent
for Laundry! .j hg
Large Pkg. JL 1J
Pioneer Vacuum Packed
COFFEE 5)9C
1-lb. Glass Jar jTaJtP
Sunrise Sweet, Mild
COFFEE J
CRACKERS
Glencoe Soda fl Qc
21b. Caddy LZP
IS
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Omar Flom ffck $1.33
Salad Brcscitis quJT j?rN.UT. 33c
PMlstrary'G Floiisr itlit ssc 0159
WheatieO eAnSHyoLuGBHuTy.FRE.E 2 Pks. 21c
CHmaSene IS?- Khes.G,.cam.! 19c
Bowleme il?r.Br.ls! 19c
Corn IUji IwP&0srn. .'r6.' .....25c
Miller's Crbpy
Corn Flakes
Large
Pkgs,...
2 for W
Miller's Toasted
Wheat
Flakes
Eeg. Pkgs 2 for
(Bowl or Mug Free)
ialid
WHITE KING
GRANULATED SOAP
Giant Pkg., 49
Large Pkg. .
21c
WHITE KING
TOILET SOAP
Eeg.
Bars
.4 for 19'
Ellts Bwtter CracIierG 1Pk3b:....22c
Gold Medal Flour II b: 85!..C1.59
BUfead Fresh Sliced White, 16-oz. Loaf ...0C
?3 SANTA CLARA, Petit, 25-1 b. Ofj
ir nines box, ssc .......6 ibs. use
Apple Better 5?uio III??. 39c
CatSIip Smith Brand, No. 10 can 43C
Uerslttey
Candy Bars Milk Chocolate
or Almond. Large size 2 .for
25c
Waldorf
TISSUE
6 for
Eegular
Eolls
Scottissue
Soft as Old linen!
Eeg. Eolls 4 for
150 Towels in EolJ
9C
a
Butter-Nut S22oQ
Specially Mellowed Regular or
Drip Grind
or Glass Jar. -t-Jj1 j or Glass Jar.
5
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES