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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1939)
THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1939.
Young People to
Largest Number of Students Select
ing University of Nebraska
for Their Studies.
"With the conclusion of the summer
vacation period ending this week and
the observance of the Labor Day holi
day completed, Plattsmouth young
people, many of them this year's P.
II. S." graduates, are contemplating
cn entering and resuming their col
lege work. The largest percentage
of the students are entering the Uni
versity of Nebraska and a number are
to attend out-state colleges.
Janet Westover will enter Steph
ens' College at Columbia, Missouri.
Robert Hayes is to enter the Iowa
State college at Ames, Iowa. Joe
Case and Wayne Falk will resume
their study at Tarkio College at Tar
kio. Missouri. Miss Jane Boedeker
will enter the Cincinnati Conserva
tory School of Music In Ohio.
Students who will resume their
work at the University of Nebraska
and those planning on entering there
are: Rachel Robertson, Mary Kath
ryn Wiles, Prances ' Cloidt, Jean
Knorr. Ronald Rebal, Edwin Kalina,
Ployd McCarty, James Webb, John
Kenneth Bestor, John Benton Living
ston, Raymond Wooster, Robert
Woest. James Burton Rishel, William
E. Rosencrans, Stephen Davis, -William
Carey. Homer (Jack) Barton,
Stephen Wiles, William E. Evers,
Hazel Kelly, John Gayer, Mary Gay
fir, Robert Hall.
Two new enrolees in the Creigh-
ton University in Omaha will be
Stuart Sedlak and Warren Reed.
John Cloidt, Jr.. will enter Crelgh
ton for his sophomore year in Jour
nalism. Peru State Teachers' college will
also have two new Plattsmouth young
people John Jacobs and James San
din. MIs3 Edna Mae Petersen will
also enter college at Peru this fall.
John L. Tidball will study at
Doane College at Crete where he will
enter as a freshman.
FUNERAL OF M. L. RUBY
Funeral services for M. L. Ruby,
who passed away this morning at
11:30 will be held on Saturday at
3 p. m. at the Horton funeral home
here. The body will be . taken to
Arapahoe, Nebraska for interment.
Journal Job Printing Pleases.
School days are here again! Hinky
Dinky's high quality foods keep
children alert in mind and bodyl
Stock Up at these Low Prices!
MI CHOICE DF3C
2 lb. Jars, 2 Sor Z
Potted Meat Jflc
Red Crown. No. Va Can, 3 for v
Shredded Wheat ORc
Nat. Bisc. Co's. Cereal, 3 Pkgs...1
Fig Bars 0C
Freshly Baked. 3 lbs
Hershey's Cocoa 4c
Peanut Butter 21c
Sunrise Brand. 2-lb. Jar
Phillip's Soups c
Tomato or Vegetable. No. 1 can.. ,
Krat Cheese 27c
Vz -lb. Pkgs., 2 for
American or Pimento.
Grape Jam OCc
1- lb. Jar. 15c; 2-lb. Jar
Salad Dressing ofQ
Salatop Brand. Quart jar '. & J
N. B. C. Crackers 4 q
2- lb. Pkg., 27c; 1-lb. Pkg A
Wantten ? r-7s
WAX PAPER J I I
Lg. 125 Foot Roll . . (J
Orange Slices, 3 lbs. 3
Ad for Plattsmouth Friday and Saturday, Sept. 8 and 9
0) v?rvnr 7MB
Tender U. S. Graded Beef, Shoulder Cuts
C-tYr Tender U. S. Graded Beef A
vSiediW Shoulder Cuts. Per lb A .
Hamburger ZATL 25c
Thuringer SET" S.T. 19c
Minced Luncheon or
Ring Bologna selected, lb. . . 12c
Bacon Squares KS3: ,Sb"9arT OJc
re n. Kraft American or Brick. Vel- if a
WneeSe veeta or Velv. Pimento, 2-lb.. .t)J.(
Pork Sausage 8t!.k....25c
Bacon ShSSc p!onec.r. .s,.'?ed . . , , ,., 57c
Ring Faced r0
VL Basket JJ
TJ. S. No. 1 Idaho Italian Excellent for Canning.
Peaeflnec 25. - SSc
U. S. No. 1 Colorado Elberta Freestone
(Surajpec 3 lbs 3c
Calif. White Thompson Seedless or Red Malagas
Cefleury Srsr ac
Large Size, Dozen, 29
j- U. S. No. 1 Louisiana rrm
iX SliniuO Porto Rican, lb )C
Del Monte Sliced or Half
Bottle Jm r
Light or Dark
Reg. Pkgs. - 3 for.
Carton of Dozen
5SL 2 for fl.5c
Reg. Pkgs .2 for ml& .
(Cup or Saucer Free)
Cleans Windows Easily!
for Fine Laundering!
Crystal White Soap US
Super Studs as:nKS?d: .,n. . ?..x. . . .H9c
Lux: Toilet Soap S.ffr?
Butter-Nut Salad Dressing, quart jar. .
Goap FlatieS BaUoon Brand, 5-lb. Pkg. 27C
Mooon Java ?K"r?.BS! :t-.:.. .....59c
Cuncvs Peac irH&teT?., 23c
MatcEaes ESSS. VOSL .TIT. 15c
Pcqpg 85!$? -f?rL,CE 25c
Co22ce pft&ZVft T ...... . 39c
TJtSOtaffd Sunrise, Quart Jar ! .....IOC
P5ncarj0le Mcn.; f.f !?.ef 10c
6 for 25c
Soft as Old Linen!
4 for 29c
WE RESERVE THE RIQHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
Home of Mrs. Robert B. Hayes on
Park Hill Scene of a Very
from Wednesday Dally
The Plattsmouth Woman's club
save a reception last evening at the
home of Mrs. Robert B. Hayes for
members and guests. Mrs. Frank
Mullen, newly installed club presi
dent, gave the greeting.
Past President Mrs. Ellen Sund
nrom gave the devotionals.
Announcement of various commit
tees for the year was made.
The club voted 100 per cent to
cooperate with the American Legion
in their petition to the city council
in the repaving of Chicago avenue,
also the use of the Legion building
by the city. , .
A very delightful musicaj pro
gram was arranged and presented
by Mrs. E. II. Wescott.
Mrs. R. C. Shellenbarger gave two
vocal selections, they being "Still
as the Night" by Carl Bohm and
"The Lost Chord" by Arthur Sulli
van, her accompanist being Mis.
Lowell S. Devoe.
Mrs. J. A. Capwell gave two piano
selections: "Guitarre" by Moskowski
and "Military Polonaise" by Chopin.
David Fowler, Jr., high school
music Instructor was heard in two
violin selections: "Love's Greeting"
by Elgar and "Elegie" by Massenet.
Mrs. Fowler accompanied Mr. Fow
ler. At the conclusion of the meeting
dainty refreshments were served by
the hostesses the newly-elected of
ficers Mrs. Frank Mullen, Mrs. John
Wolff. Mrs. John Woest, and Mrs.
Rubber Starnqs, prompt ffeTIv
ery, lowest prices. All sizes at the
Fine Se e
Sheers and Prints Also Smocks
Formerly $t Values Now
W omen's Summer
Values to $1.95 Clearance Sale
$ ft 00
Former Values to $3.95 Final
Sale Price Only
5 lbs. and up, per lb 12t
Under 5 lbs., per lb UC
Leghorn Springs, lb 9
5 lbs. and up, per lb 12
4 to 5 lbs., per lb 10
Leghorn Hens, lb 3
Use Uur Truck Service on Poultry!
Call 268-J for latest development in
prices on Produce. Our prices and
service will be in. line with market
conditions. We appreciate your pat
ronage and strive hard to merit it!
A. R. CASE
Phori 2SS-J", plattsmouth
Large Stock and 'Low Prices Make It
Important that You at Least
Try Plattsmouth First
New Pall styles at low prices. Do
not wait until the Weather Bureau's
official opening of Fall is at hand
but come in now and select your
new coat, dress and hat during our
promotion and while stocks are com
plete. More new coats, hats and
dresses have arrived this week and
we ask that you come in this week
end and let us show these new styles.
, New handbags. Copies of $5.00
models, fall handbags, a splendid
selection of high style bags in calf,
suedes, patents, and grain finishes
all with high quality rayon linings,
and inside coin purse. Shades to
match your new fall costume for
Women's Gloves. New styles com
bination fabric and leather trims are
all the rage this season. Colors are
New Brown, Harvest Wine, Black
and Marine Green. Your choice only
Full fashioned all silk Hose. 4
thread walking chiffon now made
permanently snag-reslstant by an
exclusive new finishing process. Ad
ditional long life for you. Choice of
shades and sizes at only G9 a pair.
Your new Fall Hat is here. An
other large selection of the newest
styles and shapes, in 22, 23 and 24
inch head sizes has arrived. They are
priced at $1.00 to $3.95.
New Autumn Sweaters. Just re
ceived a new shipment of sweaters
with new neck treatments. Copies of
higher priced styles. All colors
your choice for only 91.00.
New Skirts. Every girl needs a
new skirt for school and you can
find your size and style here. Plaids
and plain colors. All sizes, $1.95 to
You owe it to yourself to see our
large assortment of goods and com
pare our low prices before going
elsewhere to buy anything In our
THE LADIES TOGGERY,
Shop of Personal Service.
VISIT AT FOUNOFF HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Douglas and
two daughters of Newark, New Jer
sey are here visiting at the home of
Mrs. Douglas uncle and family, Mr.
and Mrs. IJenry Fornoff.
See the goods you tuy. CalaTog
but how about the aoods when
descriptions are alluring, enough,
you get them?
100 years ago two stagecoaches
bore all travel between New York
Quite a difference today and
Uiere's a big difference between thor
ough lubrication and just ordinal y
grease Jobs. The way your car rids
end handles after we lubricate it
tells the story. Our guaranteed ser
vice costs no more.
Conoco Service Station
Joe Hendrlx, Lessee and Operator
Washing - Greasing - Tire Repair
Phone 1324 Hour Service
Those children of your know that good food like IGA Rolled Oats
not only sticks to their ribs these mornings, but that Its delicious
n --Mike flavor makes breakfast an Important meal t
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& nL LGE. c
IGA Ripe 'iv Ragged
No. 2 Vz Can . .
No. 1 Can
Choice Syrup Pack IGA
2 Large Cans t S
2-lb. Jar ..
NEW CROP CHOICE
Corn Flakes Oftc
2 Pkgs. for Mv"
and Cereal Bowl Free!
2 Pkgs. for iVw
Per Pkff. JLJ1
30 Biscuits per Box
1 lb. Grahams 18
2 lb. Grahams 30
Medium Grahams . . 10
3 No. 2y2 Cans tS
Large Pkg.... 20c
Small Pkg 8c
Giant Pkg. 55c
Large Pkg., 23c f
Small Pkg J
Sani Flush flflc
Large can AV
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Lg. bars, 3 for 25c
Med. bars. ea..6c
FRUITS & UEGETABLES
Italian Prunes, Vz bushel
Tokay Grapes, 2 lbs
MAIDEN BLUSH (Cooking and Eating)
Apples, 6 or.
CRISP, YOUNG CALIFORNIA
Carrots, per bunch
Green Beans, per lb. .
Pascal Celery, bundle
LARGE JUICY SUNKIST
Lemons, per dozen. . .
LARGE CALIFORNIA SUNKIST
Oranges, dozen ......
. . 25c
. . 20c
. . 29c
IGA BRAND 3tlfC
Full Quart Jar A
Pork & Beans
IGA BRAND "Dtff
3 Tall Cans iJLW
B5S Bvl(3)&Sft -SSS! XL)
En s f m ?rr..;.
HAMBURGER, Fresh Ground, All Meat, Lb. .
HiBto) IS5CS)IlIl Corn Fed
W(5 ".f SS
Try These. They're
il, imUCSLUim Delicious. Gfor
FUESH KIVEE CAT FISH FRESH DRESSED SPRING CHICKENS
THIS AD FOR FHIUAI AMI SATUHUAY
A o Jul
Per lb tJL
2 lbs. for J? A0
IGA Brand CC
32-lb. Baa A'
Fancy Blue Rose
Jar Lids fOc
FRESH, CRISP U2tc
5 Dozen for A3)
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