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IJC1TDAT. APRH 3. 1929
PIATTSMOUTH SEKI - WtEfilT JOTTRITAX
ENTERS NOT GUILTY PLEA
In the county court Wednesday
afternoon a hearing was had in the
case of the State of Nebraska ex
real, Frank Warden vs. Joe Green
a complaint to keep the peace.
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$ 1 Other Hand Bags at $1.98
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Rayon Fabrics Tucked or Fancy
Back Styles. Navy, Black, White,
Japonia, Fuchsia, Chartreuse.
Dig bunches of violets, field flow
ers, roses and other Easter flowers!
25c Other Styles at 10c
Men's Dress Shirts
White and Patterns
Sanforized shrunk less than 1
shrinkage of fabric. Non - wilt
starchless collars. 14 to 17
Other Dress Shirts 98c
The defendant entered a plea oj
not guilty to the charge and the
bond was fixed at $500 which was
supplied and the hearing set by
Judge A. II. Duxbury for April 15th.
The parties are residents of the
vicinity of Union.
Nub Spun Rayon Blouse
Popular Pastel Shades Sizes 34 to 40
79C and $1
All Wool Pleated Skirt
Slide Fastener Closing Pastel Colors
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More charm and dash than you ever dreamed
of finding Brims turned up, brims
turned down, brims in every daring new ver
sion all of them alive, exciting and styled
in the very latest Paris-inspired manner ! Beau
tiful straws gay with flattering, feminine trims.
Rayon & Silk
Mercerized rib top, heel, toe.
IJlack. navy, brown, gray.
Slack Socks . . . 25c
Hand Made Resilient Wool
Lined Triple stitched to
hold their shape. Popular pat
Finest Wool Fabrics
New Spring Patterns
Double Breasted, $1 More
HOME FOE .VACATION
Miss Maxine Cloidt and Mrs. Edna
Dalton, teachers in the McCook pub
lic schools, are home to enjoy a ten
day Easter vacation from their duties
in the schools. Miss Cloidt is with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank A.
Cloidt and Mrs. Dalton with her
mother, Mrs. Bertha Shopp and family.
Rubber Stamps at toweai prices
at the Journal Office.
Colorful Plaids, 14 to 20
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Look So Lovely
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for you! It's a delightful toasted
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so glowing ... so soft and yet
so attractive to the eye! Soe In
trigue in 2. 3 end 4-thread weights
79c and $1
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ijr a ou 11 oe the very
personification of femi
nine charm. . . your whole
being will be in tune with
this joyous season... fitted
in a pair of these radi
antly beautiful shoes.
COUNTY COURT HEARINGS
From Friday Dally
The county court was busy to
day in hearing a number of cases
pending before Judge A. 11. Duxbury.
Final settlement was had in the
estate of Henry V. Meinse, deceased,
the daughters, Florence and Blanch
being here for -the hearing. Francis
V. Robinson, former deputy attorney
general appeared for the estate.
Hearing on claims in the estate of
Margaret Schafer was had, Elizabeth
Schafer, a daughter, executrix of the
estate was present.
Hearing on claims in the estate
of Martin G. Stava deceased was also
held by the court.
LOG CABIN BIRD HOUSE
J. A. Pitz, who in his leisure time
enjoys woodworking and gardening,
has a very attractive bird house on
display in the Main street windows
of the E. A. Wurl store. The house
which is destined to provide a home
for wrens, is made of large slabs
and in a manner conforming to the
old time log cabin. It is very at
tractive and skillfully made.
PINEAPPLE -f jfc
GEMS, 14-oz. Cans iLxJr1
Old Pals Alaska
SALMON -fl gc
Mb. Tali Can JiP
Beef Hearts 4fi
Ycunc, Tender, lb
Hamburger or Bulk
Fresh, 2 lbs
Pork Chops 'ptfr
Center Cuts, lb
Minced Luncheon or
Eiing Bologna r)f"c
Selected, 2 lbs. ,t2
Salmon or Sable
Fish ' 9f c
Sliced or Piece, 2 lbs.
Headless, Dressed '
Whiting Fish gc
Mixed, 9-lb. Keg 85C
Milkers, 9-lb. Keg 95C
Pioneer Vacuum Packed
Mb. Glass Jar
Big 4 White Naptha
10 Giant Bars
LYE 3 Cans... 3)
Bed Bipe Louisiana Finest
2 Boxes 25
CEIEBY, Tender, Well
Bleached Stalks 1O0
YAMS, V. S. Ho.' 1 Porto
Bican, 4 lbs. 19
GBAPEFBUIT Sweet, Jcy.
Tex. Seedless, 10 for 29 1
PCT0T0ES Gen. Bed Biver
Early Ohios. Peck 29
100-lbs. when packed, $1.75
Large, Clean, Smooth, Seed
or Table Stock
PORK & BEANS
5SL. 3 for 25c
Ad for Plattsmouth, Tues.-Wed
(We reserve the right to limit
quantities of the above items)
DIES AT McCOOR
From Friday's Daily
This afternoon L. L. Horton, of the
Horton funeral home, received a mes
sage that the body of Baldwin Tig
ner, was being shipped from McCook,
Nebraska, to this city. The message
asked the funeral arrangements' be
made for Saturday afteroon at 2 o'
clock at the Lewiston cemetery. The
Tigner family were residents in the
Murray and Union communities for
RETURN FROM CONVENTION
Mrs. L. S. Devoe, Mrs. Frank Mul
len, Mrs. Pete Carr, Mrs. Elraer
Sundstrom, Mrs. John Wolff, and
Mrs. Roy Knorr all returned home
from the Woman's club convention
held at Auburn this week, this be
ing the 26th annual convention of
Nebraska Federation o Women's
Monday evening Mrs. Carr and
Mrs. Devoe attended a dinner for
the officers of the first district, Mrs.
Devoe being district chairman of
the American Home department, and
Mrs. Carr being a special guest.
Of Frank M. Massie four and a
half miles northwest of Nehawka,
Thursday, April Cth at 1 p. m. Six
head horses, 11 head of cattle, five
young milk cows, four large brood
sows. 10 shoats weighing 50 lbs.
Farm equipment of all kinds. Adv.
MRS. R0BEBTS0N NOT WELL
Mrs. James M. Robertson, long
time resident of Cass county, is not
feeling so well the past few days
and has been confined to her home
on Vine street. At her advanced age
the illness of Mrs. Robertson has
caused the family some apprehension.
HAS NEW' LOCATION
Charles Turnbaugh, who has been
operating the barber shop in the
Hotel Plattsmoflth building, is now
located at the Charles Waters shop
on the east side of Sixth street. Mr.
Turnbaugh commenced work at the
new location on Monday.
RETURNS FROM CALIFORNIA
Henry Sander, who lias been
spending the winter in California
with his daughter, Ann, and other
relatives and old friends, rturned
home Wednesday. Mr. Sander had a
very fine visit and returns home
feeling fine and in excellent health.
ENGAGED AT STYLE SHOP
Mrs. William Wehrbein of Mur
ray, who has been engaged In work
ing in the Style Shop of Wilbur and
Mildred Hall here, has been called
back to her dulies and assisting in
business of this smart style shop.
Phone 95-93 We Deliver
Ad for Tues., Wed., April 4 and 5
Brinj? This Ad, for Double Votes
With $1.00 Pur
chase. 5 lb
Pt. Size 17c
Qt. Size. . .
1 lb. Waldorf
and 1 lb. Butter
Phone 95-93 We Deliver
Ad for Tues., Wed., April 4 and 5
Bring- This A1 for Double Votes
lb. . . . . . .
lb. ..... .
BURGER Fresh Cut
2 lb. . . . .
Girls'. State is
Sponsored by Le
Will Be Located at Camp Kiwanis
June 10th to 15th Many Girls
to Participate in Camp.
The Cornbuskcr Girls' "late, spon
sored by the Nebraska American Le
gion Auxiliary, will be hold at Camp
Kiwanis (between Lincoln and Mil
ford), June 10-15, lrs. J. A. Ku:era,
department president announces.
The purpose of this activity is to
bring the girls of Nebraska a knowl
edge of the fundamental principles
of American government through ac
About one hundred girls can be ac
commodated, two from each uni
cameral district. To be eligible for
selection, . girls must be Juniors in
high school this year and must be
sponsored by one or more organiz
ations. According to the plan an
nounced by the officers, sponsors
must pay the registration fee and be
responsible for transportation of
their girl. Application .blanks and
instructions are in the hands of the
secretary of each Auxiliary unit.
Membership in Girls' State Is not
confined to daughters or relatives of
members of the American Legion
Auxiliary or the American Legion. In
selection of the girls, it is suggested
that a local committee pass on the
Kirls' qualifications. The local
school authorities, clergy and camp
fire offkials can give valuable as
sistance here. It is urged that girls
who show outstanding qualities of
leadership be chosen.
This Ad for Tues. and Wed.
Ask for Your Rural School
Votes Bring Our Ad
for Double Votes
i!ggngg" fau. J... I.- m
1 Box Butter Cookies
1-lb Eox Crackers
Doth for . . ,
1-lb. Tin .
IGA Corn or Gloss
2 lbs., 15c; 4 lbs 9
No. 2 Cans. . . .3 for
IGA Sliced Fancy
No. 2 Vi can
43-lb. bag . .
Pioneer Brand, Center
Cut, all Green
No. 2 Can
IGA RED CAP 4ff
1-lb. Jar JlV
Large Rolls 3 for
All Kinds o2
Dacon Squares UP
Not Sliced lb..
3-lb pieces and up
Fisfi of All