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PLATTSMOUTH SUM . WEEEXY JOTTRITAL
THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1939
Erought to Community When a Child
and Has Lived There Since 111
for Several Years.
Joseph Brodbeck, 68, a resident of
Cedar Creek and community for the
Si-eater part of' his lifetime, died
Wednesday night at the University
hospital at Omaha where he has been
for a ehort time. Air. Brodbeck, a
bachelor, had lived alone for many
years, and has been suffering from
rheumatism and a few days ago had
apparently suffered a stroke which
made necessary his being taken to
Omaha to the hospital.
Mr. Brodbeck was a native of Ger
many and when an infant was
brought by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Brodbeck, Sr., to the United
States, the family first settling in
Ohio and later came west to Ne
braska to settle in Eight Mile Girove
precinct and where the family was
reared and have made their home.
The deceased was a painter by
trade and was well known over that
section for his work for a great many
years, but in late years his condition
has been such that he was compelled
to give up active work but had been
able to be tip and around until a short
Mr. Brodbeck is survived by two
sisters and a brother, Mrs. Carrie
Creaver of San Jose, California, Mrs.
Mary "Wolff and Michael Brodbeck,
Jr., of Cedar Creek, as well as a very
large number of nieces and nephews.
The body was brought here to the I
Horton funeral home at Seventh and
Oak streets to await the funeral ser
vices which were held this evening
at the Glendale cemetery with Dr
H. O. McClusky of the First Presby
terian cnurcn conducting the ser
vices. The Interment was made In
the family plot beside the parents
who had preceded him in death
number of years ago.
VISIT WITH SICK
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Cloidt were
in Omaha Sunday and called at the
Clarkson hospital to visit with H. F.
Goos for a few moments, finding
him showing a very nice improve
ment. They were also pleased to find
E. H. Schulhof at the St. Joseph hos
pital showing some improvement and
able to take some nourishment which
was most pleasing to the Platts
OLD PALS ALASKA
1-LB. TALL CAN
Ad for Plattsmouth Fri., Sat, July 7 and 8
Sunrise Sweet, Mild
Mb. Bag, 14
3 Cans, $1.15
Sailor Sliced (In Syrup)
No. 2i2 Can 2 forife.3?
EBeeS l&aslt u. .HSC
Tender, JuIct, l S. Graded I!t-f Shoulder Cat.
lLSHTdE Brandon Bulk! Tlbi.
Frrabljr Ground Ileef Cuta,
Tender V. S. Graded Iteef, Shoulder Cuts.
Minced Luncheon or
BolOgna Selected, Lb H2C
Squares, Lb. . . .
I'anry Sugar Cured.
Choice. I.eau Cut -oy Tblrkarm!
. ! Cheese KSttf.JSr'lb 17c
' mJ i -v
Fancy California Thompson Seedless
Fancy California. 24-lb. Lug, $1.49
New CaUpfoage u..2c
Fresh, Solid Green
Fancy Arizona Vine
Kipened, Pink Meat.
Jumbo 36 Size. Each.
Calif. Klondykes, Thin-Rind! Guaranteed
Sweet Red-Ripe, Whole or Half, lb
Full Qt. Bskt.il.SDC
L 2 Large Bchs
Red Crown Brand
3 for J.1
B & G Punch
Makes Delicious Cool Drinks!
8-oz. Bottle, 2 for.
SflinOla Cleaner for White Shoes, bottle. . . .QC
Lifebuoy B.VuWfiST S5c
Lux: Flakes KEi1 pk"08! 22c
L tlx Toilet Goap 5e?ouia,:.Bf.p? 25c
BUtter-NUt Salad Dressing, quart jar. 32C
Crisco Shi K?P0.SE S.H0RTEN,NQ 49c
Kirk's geK?s?rfJrE".TO,LETSOAP iL9c
Reg. Pkgs. - 3 for.
Carton of Dozen
for Sealing Jams
Cereal -fl cjc
Del Monte Sliced or Half
2 11 c
uin jil mu
t r rr- 1 j i w
Del Monte Fancy
Liquid Fly Spray
Pint Can, 23
IVOry Soap Large Bars, 2 for HQC
(CftmT Ihe ?oaP of Beautiful Women 4TPV
VWclIIItiy Regular Bars, 3 for AjC
171 Iff OTOE CHIEF Brand, 48-lb. bag, 99c
IPlUUir ROYAL BRAND, 48-lb. Sack OEC
Bab'O All-Purpose Cleaner, can HOC
TOlttatOeS Smith Brand, 212 cans, 3 for. 29 C
GEiredded Wheat &gVs.23c
Gllgar Fine Granulated Beet 10 lbs. 4CC
MsTJ'" 4jfh Linen-ized
r- ...- Softness
SL 2 for Igc
Beg. Pkgs 2 for
(Cup or Saucer Free)
(Regular or Drip Grind)
1-lb. Can or rimr
Glass Jar ZjC
2-Ib. Can SlfTC
or Glass Jar
WE RESERVE. THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
MRS. GLEN VALLEY RE
TURNS HOME THIS MORNING
From Monday's Daily
Mrs. Glen Vallery, accompanied by
ffer sister. Mrs. J. E. Kurth of
Waterloo, Iowa returned early this
morning following a month's visit on
the west coast. The two ladies were
called to Bellingham, Washington
several weeks ago on account of the
serious illness of their brother, A. J.
Shepherdson. While- on the coast the
ladies also visited in California with
another brother, Tyler Shepherdson
as well as other Plattsmouth friends
and relatives. They also took in the
San Francisco World's Fair. Mrs.
Kurth and her family are here at
the Vallery home to spend the
Fourth of July holidays.
rived in Plattsmouth July 3 to
the rest of the week visiting
her cousin. Miss Olive Gass.
SUFFERS FROM INFECTION
Lester Thimgan, of the Norfolk
Packing Co., is confined to his home
as the result of an infection on the
hand. Mr. Thimgan has suffered with
it for several days and was able to
play kittenball Monday evening, but
yesterday the infection became such
that it was necessary for him" to re
main under medical care.
SPEND FOURTH IN OMAHA
Mrs. Fannie Crosser spent the
Fourth of July holiday in Omaha
with the Frank Lippold family, Mrs.
Lippold being a daughter of Mrs.
Crosser. Mrs. Crosser intends to
spend an indefinite period of time in
Omaha visiting with the daughter
before returning to Plattsmouth.
J. J. SMOCK'S NIECE HERE
Miss Shirleye LaSalle of Denver,
Colorado arrived in this city Sunday
to spend the summer holidays with
her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.
J. Smock and family.
VISITS WITH COUSIN
Dr. Luella Carter, an instructor at
Doane college in Crete, Nebraska, ar-
Every size, every style
reduced but only for a
short time. Nothing is
changed but the price.
THI ORtATUT PIOISHIIM VAIUI
IN 47 TEARS
FETZER SHOE CO.
Ad for Plattsmouth, Fri., Sat., July 7 andr8
PHONE 93 and 95 WE DELIVER
! - i m . way
Reg. or Drip, 1
Ib. Tin or Jar
M A It S II l A I. I.O W
A Krai Treat
JOE'S ECONOMY Mild, Delicious
Freshly Ground. Per lb
California Vine Ripened OC
Jumbo Size 3 for C
Red Triumphs or o O
Wh. Sh afters, 10 lbs...7C
SALAD DRESSING ""T ......20c
rnCCCCi JOE'S Economy mho, Delicious 4
mJr rLt Freshlv Ground. Per lb 1 JC
JELL ?r.F!"... 4 Pkgs. 19c
TOMATOES SP,1d5gL7??.... 19c
AD P & G, Crystal White. O-K Brown Bar m
w A Giant Bars Your Choice each C
ffflCC Manchester Honey Grahams ' n
.VJVJIVIbd Fresh, Delicious. 2-lb. Box.... 2VC
PORK & BEANS 3 No. 2 Cans . 25c
300 Size, Dozea
ULLEH'S HEAT DEPARTHEHT
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, lean, meaty, lb 10$
BEEF STEAK, Shoulder, per lb.. . . . 19$
2 Mbc. 25c
FRESH MILK, quart bottle 6
PORK CHOPS, choice Center cute, lb 23$
PORK BUTT ROAST (Fresh), lb. ... 10
Sunlight, American or Brick
X lb. Box ......
WE ALSO HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Cold Meats - Dressed Poultry - Dill and Sweet Pickles
"Eat Flaisnhmann's Yaast Tor Health"
rVii ifm m m 11 m
I f At A
2 Pkgs. 1
Thu week we've taken a group
of "red hot val ne and marked
them with an X tar you. Look
ever theac auper value ...
then come into our IGA Storo
and aee now many
have tot rou!
9c r zabl
1-lb. Carton ... AJ
3 Pkgs. for
No. 2 cans, 3 for. .
IGA TIPS AND CUTS
2 Tall Cans
Per Pkg. .
Shoe White UC
Large Botale w
Pure vory Soap ?laked
2 Cans for
NO. 2 Cans
Ka-Pint Tall JELLY
IGA Crisp WHEAT
2 Boxes for
FRESH FRUIT AND NUT
5 Dozen for i..An9v'
NEW, LIVE RUBBER
f,. . . .25c
IGA RED CAP
Per Jar U VW
2 Cans for Vw
Per lb 4
WHITE GIANT BARS Buy
NAPHTHA .7 for 26c and 4
S O A P 9et 1 bap for-' '
2 Cons 23c
5 Bars 29c
Juicy Sunltist Lemons, doz.. . .
Vine Ripened Cantaloupe, each.
Calif. Valencia Oranges, doz.. . .
Red Ripe Tomatoes. 2-lb. basket
Calif. Seedless Grapefruit. 3 for
Santa Rosa Plums. Ig. bslct.
New Transparent Apples. 7 lbs..
New Potatoes. 10 lbs. for
Yollowstone ICE TEA
MIXED: GREEN AND BLACK
10-oz. Jar - l Pitcher - 6 Glasses
All For 79C
Choice Corn Fed Shoulder
For Oven or Pot Eoasts, lb.
Corn Fed Shoulder
Tender and Juicy. Per lb. .IJiO
or RING BOLOGNA
Choice. Per lb.
IliGED jAu .srLa2c
POnil LOIf HOAST Fresh lb. 1 6c
ponii chops sftt-s.' iyc
PURE LARD 3 lbs. ... . . . 25c
EATT LOAF Sk 22c
FRESH DRESSED FRYERS - FRESH CAT FISH
AD FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
- IDWElaf,..! 1 m AW . t A WW i "a
WE DELIVER PHONE 23 AND 24
"Eft FleUchmann'a Yeast for Health" C