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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOTTR1TAL
THTJP.SDAY, JTJ17E 15, 1939.
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We are in the Market for
Springs Special Prices
Open Every Evening
Bring In Your Produce!
Conveniently Located 5th and Main
Center of Business Section
HERE FROM PENNSYLVAinA
Mrs. Ella McCray and grandson,
Ralph McCray, Jr. of Erie, Penn
sylvania arrived at noon Tuesday to
visit here with Mrs. Almeda Flem
ing. Mrs. McCray and Mrs. Fleming
are cousins, and the former visited
in Plattsmouth nine years ago -and
has a number of friends who are glad
to see her back again. While here
they will visit with friends and rel
atives at Xehawka.
CARD OF THANKS
SPEND WEEK END HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hughes anc
daughter, Maxine and son, Melvin
of Lincoln were week-end visitors in
Plattsmouth at the home of their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Rex Bourne. Melvin stayed here
over Monday, being a guest of Dale
We wish to thank our many
friends and neighbors for their many
acts of kindness and expressions of
deepest sympathy during the long
illness and recent death of our dear
daughter and sister. Also we thank
those who took part in the services
and the beautiful flowers. May God
bless you all. Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Hofacker and family.
HAVE UNUSUAL TREAT
MOVE TO NEW HOME
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johnson, who
have for many years made their home
on Wintersteen Hill, have removed
from the old home on Second street
to 'their newly acquired residence
property at Ninth and Gold streets.
The family is now settled in the new
home and are well pleased with the
Fresh, Delicious Oatmeal
Cookies, per lb
Fresh Chocolate Stars
FlufTv Marsh- T CiC
mallow Topping . . & Lbs.
Ad for Plattsmouth, Friday, Saturday, June 16 and 17
2 for 23c
IPirfe L3on ISatt
USeeS Eoactt it. .H6C
Trndrr, Juicy, 1. S. Graded Itert Shoulder Cut".
Cuts, lb., 13y2)
End cuts, lb
Frenbly Ground Ilerf Cuta.
Tf 1 Cudahy's Pure, Hex
Brand, in bulk, 3 lbs
Minced Luncheon or
BolOgtta Selected, 2 Lbs. . . .
Spaire E&313dg L. HSc
IPonrEi SflaipG . .S7C
Fancy. AMMortcd linked I.oavra
Kfew lPttaitis I
S. No. 1 Large Washed California
Shafter Whites or Texas Bed
Triumphs. 10 lbs
Large, Luscious Washington Bings.
TntMfAAi! F'rm. Red Ripe
Texas. 2-Ib. Bskt. .
California Green Top flg
Large Bchs 2 forC
Watermelons ffiSff-jr . ...3c
Fla. Tom Watson, guaranteed Sweet. Red Ripe
New Cabbage EST. !?... 3c
D1liMr Fcy- Cat. Red Beauty. Lge.
MTlUlliZi Sq. Bskt., 45c; Qt. Bskt AJC
PEARS, or Smith
No. 10 Can 1W
3 Cans, $1.25
Light or Dark
for health and energy!
We join Nebraska farmers in urging you to
serve a variety of healthful, 'economical dairy
foods! When you help them you help yourself!.
Fresh, per Quart OC
Cheese Kraft, American or Brick, 2-lb. loaf .HC
KZfltlf'tf'A CASCO, 1-lb. Carton, 26c
12) Id llC XL parchment Wrapped, lb
2 for IS
Beg. Pkgs 2 for mwlJ
(Cup or Saucer Free)
FlOUSr Rrd?!-:'-. ".C. . . . OUC
Super Suds CfuPnL'Kg 17c
Shinola !3&TCl. A.s.sor.ted I7c
Spry Shortening at . . . 49c
Butter-Nut JeM spkrgld .F,f r?ff 4c
P8G Soap Giant Bars, 10 for. 3gC
Oxydol tkl?r. ..gc
DreSt Amazing Suds, reg. Pkg., 14; large. 22C
Camay J&JFm&air& .Women. .17c
Miracle WMp fc'ASSV'."" 32c
Bread Fresh Sliced White, 16-oz. Loaf 6c
Salmon Old Pals Alaska, Lib. tall can HOC
Salt Carey's Plain or Iodized, 26-oz. tube 7C
SUgar Fine Granulated Beet 10 lbs. 4&C
Large 14-oz. "fl 7C
Bottle ; JL A
Fresh Cucumber fl h
Style. 24-oz. Jar 1L
Pure Cider or White -f q
Quart Bottle . Jl fl
(ff! Sunrise, Sweet
rroota Miw Mb.
3 Lbs. 412
4! Reg. Rolls, S
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
(Regular or Drip Grind)
2-lb. Can VlCC
or Glass Jar.
Sunday at the morning service at
the First Presbyterian church, the
congregation had a very delightful
musical treat afforded them in a
lovely vocal solo given by Miss Lois
VanKirk of Oil City, Pennsylvania,
a house guest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Robertson and fam
ily. The number selected by Miss
VanKirk was "Consider , the Lilies'
by Scott, presented with beauty and
artistic expression which the Arte
soprano voice of the soloist was at
its best. It was a very great pleasure
to the congregation and choir to
have this talented lady with them
for the service. Mrs. H. F. Goos was
the accompanist for the number In
her usual artistic manner.
VISITS OLD FBIENDS
Lee Taliaferro of Kansas City,
Missouri is a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Hamilton Mark. Mr. Taliaferro made
his home in Plattsmouth a few years
ago being one of the main men with
the Smith Construction Co.
Mr. Mark and Mr. Taliaferro work
ed together at Oklahoma City and
Concordia, Kansas after leaving here
so it has been some time since they
have seen each other. After the visit
here he will be stationed in Des
Moines. Ia., for some time.
Mr. Taliaferro has been with the
Smith Construction Co. for many
IEAVE FOR CALIFORNIA
From "Wednesday's Laily
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hartwick
departed this afternoon for Wahoo
and from there will join their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Glen Neal and daughter, Mary on a
motor trip to the Pacific coast. Mrs.
McNeil, of North Carolina, a sister
of Mr. Neal, will accompany the
party. They will visit at Los Angeles
and other parts of the west coast be
fore returning. They will visit with
Mr. and Mrs. William Edwards, the
former a grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
HERE FROM DETROIT
Mr. and Mrs. David Hawksworth,
of Detroit, are in the city, the boy
hood home of Mr. Hawksworth. mak
ing a visit with Mrs. E. W. Cook,
sister of Mr. Hawksworth, and meet
ing the many old time friends.
I wish to thank the many friends
and neighbors who during my ill
ness brought me beautiful flowers
and words of encouragement.
Also for the delicious delicacies
that helped bring my appetite back,
which I so badly needed to regain
MRS. HOWARD BURCHAM.
LEAVE FOR VACATION
Mrs. Blanche Potter, of Lincoln,
and son, Billy, Mrs. Fred Lugsch, and
Mrs. Lora Kieck- and children left
Tuesday morning for Minouri, Texas,
and Mexico where they will spend
some time visiting and vacationirg.
VISITS IN THE CITY
Miss Marjorie Lee Smith, of Coun
cil Bluffs, is in the city to enjoy a
visit with her aunt and uncle, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry J. Donat and other
relatives and friends.
Ad for Plattsmouth Friday, Saturday, June 16-17 I J
PHONE 93 and 95 WE DELIVER U
10-lb. Bag for
Per Lb. -
PflFFFF BUTTER-NUT, Drip or CA.
UUITCC Reg., 2 lb. Tin or Jar. . . 3UC
ORANGES SwTB., . ea. 1c
P r& G, Crystal White or
O-K, Giant Bars, each...
48-1 b. Bag
CHAD Lux Lifebuoy, Camay or OH a
OUHl Palmolive. Choice, 4 bars. .vw
Tomatoes or Green Beans 4Q
No. 2 Cans 4 for Ww
n l. O DMM Windmill
3 No. 2Vs Tins
Yosemite Brand in Syrup.
Tex. Red Ripe
l AftriTfll AIIISC Cal. Vine Ripen'd
nbo size, each.
JAR RUBBERS BS&.'iEi. , . . .4c
inn AnilC Ball Mason
MULLEN'S MEAT DEPARTMENT
Phone 95 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.. 16
PLATE BOIL, 3 lbs. for 25
HAMBURGER, fresh cut, 2 lbs 25
BEEF STEAK, Shoulder, per lb 19
PORK BUTT ROAST, lean, lb W
FRESH PORK STEAK, 2 lbs. for -35c;
PORK TENDERETTES, per lb 30
FRESH PORK TENDERLOIN, lb.. 35$
BEEF TENDERETTES, per lb 30
Sunlight, American or Brick
2 lb. Dox
VEAL BROWNIES, per lb 25
LEG OF LAMB, lb. 25
LAMB CHOPS, lb 25
WE ALSO HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Cold Meats - Dressed Poultry - Dill and Sweet Pickles
'Eat Fleischmann's Yeast for Health
Serve with fruit and
pep up the whole family.
2 LGE. PKGS.
3 Large Rolls
ASK ABOUT OUR
IGA SLICED OR HALVES
Peaches if Ac
Heavy Syrup. Large...
IGA (No Cereal)
Potted Meat QKc
Large Cans, 4 for
There's A Reason
2 Pkgs. for
IGA Tomato or Mustard
1-lb. Oval Can
Corn Flakes J7c
2 Larne Pkgs
Assorted. Tall Glass.
Apple Butter 4 Rq
14-oz. Bottle ....
Tall Cans, 4 for. .
IGA Wafer Sliced
Soap Grains 4 7c
Large Size Pkg
IGA RED CAP
Grape Juice pQc
Quart Bottle J
Cantaloupe, jumbo size, 2 or
LARGE, SOLID, CRISP
Head Lettuce, 2 or
FIRM, RED RIPE
Tomatoes, 2-lb. basket
JUICY SUNKIST (300 Size)
Lemons, per dozen
Red Plums, basket
FULLY RIPENED (24 Size)
Apples, 4 lbs.. . .
RED TRIUMPH or WHITE SHAFTER
Hew Potatoes, 10 lbs
Choice Corn Fed
Shoulder. Per lb
PORK CHOPS, lb. ...... 15c
PORK STEAK rteshe Ks;?rN.bBUi:T?....16e
5 to 7 lb. -if-
Avg. Per lb -I U(;
spoiled picnic mm
SPARE RIBS, lb 11c
WILSON'S PURE LARD 3 lbs. 25c
MINCED HAM Wilson's 2 lbs. 25c
Wilson's Olive and Pimento Loaf or C
Wilson's Thuringer Summer Sausage, lb &1L
MOCK CHICKEN LEGS, Delicious. 6 for 25
Fresh Dressed Fryers - Fresh Cat Fish
AD FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
WE DELIVER PHONE 23 AND 24
3 "Eat Fleischmann's Yeast fop Health"!