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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1939)
DOING VERY NICELY
The reports from Omaha are to
the effect that Mrs. Charles Tasler,
at the Kani hospital, is holding her
own very vli after the terrible
turns that she sustained Saturday at
hc-r home northwest of this city. She
ia resting as easily as possible under
the circumstances and while still
iiuite serious is giving more assur
ance of recovery than at any time
since the accident.
EIGHT MILE GROVE
Rev. A. Lentz, pastor
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Enelish service 10:30 a
Luther League, 8 p. m.
Wednesday, July 26 the Ladies'
Aid will meet at the church parlors.
HERE FROM OKLAHOMA
Mrs. Joe Blackard, of Oklahoma
City, formerly Miss Jeanette Weber
of this city, is here to enjoy a visit
at. the home of her sister, Mrs. Henry
Starlijohn, as well as at Bellevue
with her sisters, Mrs. Frank Schiele,
and Mrs. S. W. Stefen. Mrs. Blackard
is also a niece of Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Egenberger and Mrs. Mary Week-bach.
DEPART ON VACATION
RETURNS FROM CAMP
George Jacobs, who has been spend
ing the past week at the Boy Scout
camp near Lincoln has returned
home. George had a very pleasant
time and made many acquaintances
among the boys who were at the
camp. The time was filled with
much interesting Scout work and
exercise to make an ideal outing.
Dr. and Mrs. O. C. Hudson and
children. Bryce. Jean, Shirley, and
Joyce Kay left Monday afternoon
for an outing of ten days or two
weeks to be spent In Colorado and
adjoining states. The Plattsmouth
party expect to visit Estes Park In
Colorado and the Yellowstone na
ilonal park as well as other scenic
spots In that part of the country.
GUESTS AT ROY COLE HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cole, who reside
In the Mynard community, have as
their guests this week Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Thompson and daughter, Har
riett, and son, Neil from Chicago
The Chicagoans arrived in Platts
fouth Sunday and since that time
have been visiting with their close
Your choice of Del Monte Sliced or
Chunklets No. V4 flat can . . . Del
Monte Crushed, 14-oz. can ... or
Dole' Gems, Crushed r"T -sg
or Tidbits, 14-oz. can. . . J .yQJ
Ad for Plattsmouth, Friday, Sat., July 21-22
Fine Granulated Beet
Carey's Table Salt 4HA
10-lb. Sack Xk
or FRUITSIPS Cold
&?13 for 10c
Big 'R' Fancy Whole
No. 2 Can
Rath's Tenderized, Shankless. t
Amazingly Tender! Delicious
ly Good! Whole or Half, lb
n n xtxauu w jiuun. x.
tr Via VaA UVAWWWS L.U. .AhJ
Teadrr, Jolrj-, V. S. Graded Ilf Shoulder Cut.
Veafl Ioastt u... ..a7c
i noiif, j .ran
Kraft American or Brick
L Lb. .HH
Freablr round Ilrr( Cot a.
CoM untie u..EQc
I'aocy. Amiorlril Rakra Luirra
Minced Luncheon or
Bologna Selected, Lb.
.bbbMbb. i a 1 .
Pancy, Fresh Arkansas. Excellent for
canning. Ring-Packed. Full Bushels.
Quart Basket, ISp. Bushel Basket...
U. S. No. 1 Washington Moorpack, Exc. for Canning.
Solid California Iceberg.
RIPE CUBAN QUEENS, lb 2C
Oranges K!imtoffir !fc,.n. 47ic
Pllimc Calif. Red Santa Rosa, Lrje.
JrlUlTlS Sq. Basket. 49c; Qt. Bskt...l9C
Reg. Pkgs. - 3 for.
Carton of Dozen
Reg. Qts., doz, 69 5JI
Pints, dozen CP
5V&-0Z. Pantry Jar.
Val Vita Brand
7V4-oz. Can, 4 for
Del Monte Sliced or Half
no. sy2 uan JJL fy
Del Monte Royal Anne
No. 2V2 Can
I a a a v
Del Monte Bartlett
No. 2V Can.
Try It Iced!
LiEebuoy VZ&JJ3E f0r. . . . . . . 17c
Omar Flour $11.29
Chipso Flakes E.?8U; ZTLc
DreSt Marvelous New Suds, large Pkg 2&3C
BUtter-NUt Salad Dressing, quart jar. 32C
T7flff 9,1 E CH,F Brand, 48-lb. bag, 99c r
IF lUUr ROYAL BRAND, 48-lb. Sack OSC
Breafi Fresh Sliced White, 16-oz. Loaf. . . . . .Oc
No. 303 Cans 3 for -OlC
for sealing Jams and Jellies
Certo for Jams and Jellies
Peaches IL'Sfljsc0-. 10. .(S.0:Can.ed .GaMon3) foP OIL
Oeminole Tissue S8i!?!?: Till 25c
SOap FlalieS Balloon Brand, 5-lb. Pkg. 29C
ECellogg's Corn Flalies p!S?....9c
Van Camp's Prepared .
19-oz. Can 2 for 17
(Regular or Drip Grind)
1-lb. Can or
or Glass Jar.
It'a !w aad '
7-oz. Glass. ......
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
large 14-oz. -fl P9g
Bottle j Ji C
Fresh Cucumber Style
"Sa" 2 for 3c
Wonderful Buying- Opportunity as
Prices Slashed to Make Eoom
for New Fall Goods.
This week-end the Ladies Toggery
li starting its annual mid-summer
clearance sali. with price reductions
on all seasonal merchandise. Plainly
rrurked Clearance Sale price tags are
attached to all sale goods, showing
tne splendid Pavings available to
ine toggery uas just received . a
sliipmertt of the remaining summer
stock of one of the manufacturers
from whom ;hey buy regularly pur-
been added to the stock, bringing it
up to nearly opening of season pro
portions and all this merchandise
a being included in the mid-summer
'"The next few weeks must move
this large stock," said Manager Fred
Rusch Wednesday. "We need room
for early fall goods, and are follow
ing our usual policy of not carrying
over any seasonable apparel. That's
why cufitomcis will be able to buy
eummer merchandise at such sub
Come early for better selections
and shop mornines it's cooler is
the- advice given bv the Toe-Ererv.
Here are a few examples of how
one item DRESSES are being re
duced in this mid-summer clearance
All $1.95 Dresses now$1.49
All $2.95 Dressestnow$1.95
All $3.95 Dresses now$2.95
All $5.95 Dresses now$4.95
Lad ies Hats have been reduced
even below the manufacturer's cost
Positively none will be carried over
All good this season's styles.
Play Suits, Slacks. Blouses, Skirts
and so on :mt space prevents list
ing them all. We guarantee you the
gieatest savings and complete satis
faction. Coras this 'week-end right
at the beginning before stocks are
depleted, for eager buyers will nick
up bargains like these.
THE LADIES TOGGERY.
Shop of Personal Service
DEATH OF MRS. 0AKES
The many friends hr this city of
ASiss Jane Oakes. second-grade teach-
AH 11 --a..-.. - . . ....
n iu ine central scuooi Dullding,
will learn with deep regret the news
of the passing- of her mother. Mrs
. I. Oakes in Salem, Nebraska. Mrs
Oakes has ben in very poor health
for a number of months, she suffer
ing from a severe heart disease. She
passed away on Friday; July 14.
Funeral services for Mrs. Oakes
were held this morning at Salem,
Nebraska, with the interment made
in that city.
Mrs. George W. Olson is recovering
at the University hospital from the
effects of a third oneration that has
been performed to remove a tumor
from which she has been a sufferer.
Mrs. Olson was quite weak from the
operation and required a blood trans
fusion. Her condition was reported
as being as well as possible under the
JUDGE LEAVES FOR VACATION
From Wednenday's Dally
Judge and Mrs. W. W. Wilson, of
Nebraska City, were here for a short
time this morning on the first steps
of a vacation for th rnnrt and his
wife. They are planning on a'trlp to
Minnesota and its alluring lakes
where they will eniov a rest and
Judge Wilson try his h and at fishing.
and in Fact Every Day!
HEAVY HENS IN GOOD DEMAND
NOW Tho Heavier the Better!
Call me early in the morning, at
noon, or in the evening for prices!
My truck will come out anywhere
in Cass county if enough poultry to
justify. No charge for this service!
HOLD YOUR SPRINGS
I sincerely believe it will pay you
well to keep your Springs and feed
them out to 5 or 6-pound roasting
chickens. Cooler weather will bring
better conditions and better prices!
A. R. CASE1
Phone 2.8-J, piatUmouth
POULTRY - EGGS - CREAM"
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( f ASY-TO.SERVE) JJ?,9i
yui,ifj fMAisj jar fjll
AD FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY
IGA Sliced Taney
No. 2'z can
IGA YELLOW CLING
No. 2V2 Can AW'
IGA PJRE STRAWBERRY
IGA BRAND QUC
1-lb. Jar CtU."
4 Pkgs. for 1VW
Apple Butter f Rq
LZaUJJ J Q3i (Sii &iJ C
24 Carais 2i
S Cans 2S
Give You Vitamins A, B & C
Mb. Box 17
2-lb. Box 29
Peanut Tops and
2 lbs. 25c
LAST SPOOKFiit i
r ' K
Tall Cans 4 for
IGA RED CAP Pp
1-lb. Jar J.VW
Pork & Beans
IGA BRAND Olio
3 No. 22 Cans iLv
IGA Whole Grain
Golden Ban torn
2 Vacuum Pack cans.
1-lb. Cans. . . .2 for
IGA LIGHT'N FLUFFY
2 Pkas. for
10-oz. Jar Tea: 6 Glasses
and Pitcher. Air for only
IGA ORANGE PEKOE
Blade Tea Ac
No-BJoat Sudeen Forage
1 00 lbs. $7.00
200 lbs 13.0O
500 lbs 32.00
Good for Cattle
NEW SALLY MAY
Soap Flakes flp
French Milled! Pk..
4 Bars -for
uarge size fKg. . . .
IGA White Naptha
7 Bars for iJ3w
1-lb. Caddy JLjP'
LARGE, CRISP, SOLID
Head Lettuce, 2 for
TRANSPARENT (for Pies or Sauce)
New Apples, 7 lbs
BRIGHT S VINE RIPENED JUMBO 27's
Cantaloupe. 2 for.
FRESH, LARGE SIZE
Limes, per dozen
WASHINGTON DELICIOUS, SWEET
Peas, per lb
FIRM RED RIPE SLICING
Tomatoes, 3 lbs
LUG APRICOTS AND BUSHEL ELBERTA PEACHES
Now is the Time to Buy These Fruits for Canning
HEINZ Pure Cider and
Pints, 10c; Quarts. . VW
Assorted HEINZ. ffff
3 for 25c. Dozen VSC
Small Tins 3 for 25c
Large 18-oz 2 for 23c
GJ4-oz. Tins. .2 for
IPOIKUX 1LHJ FffGClto Ufa. E4Jo
POSIES (SIKIOIPS SEnSee HHP. . . . so
ISEEIF Ha S.eq
WILSON'O GLICED BACON 5 lf. Box . . .5Sc
MINCED HAr.3 Wiloon'c i&. 25e, 2 Ibc. . . 25c
PURE LARD Arraoiarc Gtar 4 lbs. .... 25c
MOCK CHECKEN LEGG srsSSS. EQr 2Sc
Fresh Home Dressed Spring Chickens, 2l2 to 3YZ lb. weight
Also Fresh Missouri River Cat Fish
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