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THTJPvSDAY, SEPT.. 21. 1939.
PLATTSMOTJTfi SEMI - WEESlY
F. W. Guenther
Dies at Home in
Only Son of Late Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Guenther Passes Away Follow
ing a Long Illness.
From Wednesday's Daily
Shortly before 2:30 p. m. today,
Frederick W. Guenther passed away
at the old Guenther homestead, lo
cated seven miles -west of Platts
mouth. Mr. Guenther has been in
failing health for many years and
this spring he was taken to an
Omaha hospital, but had returned
home soon after. Since that tjme he
has lingered, growing weaker until
death overcame him. During his ill
ness he was ably cared for '.by his
wife and Mrs. Lena Becker. !
The only son of the late Mr. and
Mr. Fred Guenther, Sr., the de
ceased was born on April 16, 1872
and passed away on September 20,
1939 at the age of 67 years. The
Guenther family were prominent
farmers west of Plattsmouth, and
the deceased had engaged in that
occupation all of his lifetime.
Mr. Guenther is survived by 1 his
wife; two step-sons, Gordon Wilcox
and James, Wilcox; tree sisters, Mrs.
Louise Bauer, Mrs. H. E. Becker of
this city, and Mrs. Geo. Wallinger of
Ashland. Two sisters, Mrs. Philip
T. Becker and Mrs. J. J. Lohne3 pre
ceded him in death.
The body was taken to the SLttler
ruheral' home who will have charge
of the arrangements. . -
Want ad . are read and 'almost
invariably o result.
Subscribe for the Journal.
Be Sure to Attend the King
Korn Karnival, Sept. 20-2122-23
Wheaties N. B. C. or Kellogg's Shredded
Wheat Grape-Nuts Flakes Bice Kris
pies Post Bran Flakes (10-oz) Miller's
Bran Flakes (16-oz). Choice of above named
Ad for Plattsmouth Fri., Sat, Sept 22-23
Blue Mill Brand
Summer Isle Broken Slice
SHANK END, Lb. 16c; BUTT END, Lb. 19c
Choirs, I. ran Quality- Kail C'nt
BeeS Hoactt u. .7C
Tender, Juicy, V. S. Graded Beef Shoulder Cut.
Swift's Oriole Brand, Tender
Process ; Extra Tender, Extra
Delicious!. Whole or Half, lb...
Freshly Ground Ueef Cnta.
Sflnsedl IHIaimn u. .asc
SwtrCn Oriole Smoked Ham Center Sllee V '
Squares, Lb. . .
I'aney Snicar Cared.
Wien'erG Urge, Juicy, ib..asc
California Red Flame Tokay
Large Cluster Bunches, per lb,
TPsw&ea lit ..ggc
TJ. S. No. 1 Fresh Idaho Italian. Can them now!
Solid California Iceberg.
large size Stalk iC
MimO 3 Lbs. . . 2c
U. S. No. 1 Idaho Yellow
Beg. Pkgs. - 3for
Carton of Dozen
No. 2 Can ..
Fancy Tender Garden
S;,30! 2 for 25c
Menu Fancy Whole Kernel
Golden Bantam Corn gA
No. 303. 3 Cans 45C
Sailor Sliced (In Syrup)
Super Suds !?. .x. : . .19c
EllflSO Washes Clothes White, large Pkg.. . ..HQC
Calte Flour ESS!19? n..shfe.n. . . ......23c
Mason Jars ?iunr,?dodz?:.ef! .:....59e
M. J. S. CoSSee &lSi?!ls:nAnZ7c .
Tree Tea gsrs; s-.,b: .pk?-: .20c. . . . .27c
Blue Barrel S
Light or Dark
Northern Tissue it Sate! 5 roiuaSc
Matches 35K. WSK.. ... :,.:.ISc
Par o wax: 6caIrntSnJam ?. . . . . lOc
Butter-Nut Jell JTkd .F.'f .v!r?, ; ..40
Peaches K ?V!r?tor:i::L49c
Tomato Coup ri:" . .Sc
Jelly Musselman's, Asstd. Flavors, 2-lb. jar. 23 C '
Soft as Old Linen!
b!..4 for 29c
24-lb. Sack C)
43-lb. Sack, $1.69 .
2 for Igc
(Regular or Drip Grind)
Mb. Can or 07C
Glass Jar Jl0
2-lb. Can V7TC
or Glass Jar
POUND CARTONS OF
WILSON'S LARD FREE
We Rtaerve RlsM Limit Quantities
Coupon Bedeemable at Stores Awaits
Each of Fifteen Named Below
More Friday, Saturday
Smart, new, handy 1-lb. cartons
of , Wilson's Secret; Process Certified
Lard await each of the fifteen ladies
named below at Plattsmouth stores
featuring this product. No purchase
is required simply come to Journal
office for your card and take it to
Black & White. Hirz Quality Mar
ket or E. A. Wurl for your FREE in
troductory pound of this new, Ne
braska made product.
Names were selected at random by
Mr. Rambo, Wilson representative.
Another list of fifteen names will ap
pear in Friday's Journal and the final
list of fifteen making 45 in all in
Saturday's paper. Cards may be call
ed for and redeemed up to Saturday
night, Sept. 30. !
Free Lard Today Goes to
Mrs. John Bajeck, Mrs. Arthur Troop,
Mrs.' John Alwin, Mrs. Rose Booli:
meyer. Mrs. J. C. Bridgewater, Mrs.
Ltonard Born, Mrs. George Dobson,
Mrs. Val Burkel,' Mrs. Robert Cap
pell. Mrs. O. D. Gapen, Miss Mia
Gering. Mrs. Raymond F. Hild, Mrs.
Frtnk -Iforsak, Mrs. Dave Pickrel
and Mrs. John Schutz. The above
named ladies may receive their free
card by calling, at Journal office.
Watch tomorrow's paper for an
other list of fifteen names eligible to
receive Wilson's Certified Lard free.
The Journal is informed that they
were incorrect in stating that the
late Roy Chapin of Lincoln, was a
relative of the family of Miss Flor
ence Beighley of this city.- The de
ceased had relatives at Greenwood
but not of the family of the local
Come to the Korn KarnivaL Brine
your Produce - . . and leave it at the
GATEWAY TO PLATTSMOUTH
Cream Market isLl STEADY
Eggs are ...FIRM AND HIGHER
Poultry Market is -J- WEAK
We may be forced to Reduce
Our Poultry Prices?
Truck service on reasonable amounts
if desired. Call' us,! We buy-HIDES.
A. R. ' CASE
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
EVERY POUND of Vegetable
Oil Substitutes for Lard and
Butter bought by Nebraskans
helps to reduce by that much
the revenue of our Nebraska
farmers and dairymen.
DUBJNG the fifteen year period
from 1923 to 1937, the con
sumption of vegetable oils
and compounds practically
doubled in the United States,
with Lard the big loser, and
Butter, another important
midwestern product, next.
THE SUPERIORITY of Butter
and Lard over substitutes is
known to culinary experts
and dietitians yet many
continue using them.
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
to equal Pure Lard or Pure
Butter so why accept the
so-called substitutes to the
detriment of our own best
tornrnAia si. most 94
dheU $utut&i$U if&uk hands!
Limit, One Deal to
1- lb. Box 180
2- lb. Box' 32c
Rich in Vitamins.
The fwtwr t tk ywng
, pop! In mvr town rait
with yovf Trod of Jnd i
padt store vary day,
nd make sur thai h
spirit f Msdam la butU
nss k canUnwad.
B. G and D
jOwAAiiaiiAA IGA Fancy Pure
Red Cap Fancy Qa
Pound Jar C
I LC I I f Fancy Assorted,
2-lb. Jar 1
IGA Seedless Black OQa
Pound Jar &UV
Largo Pkg .J
Lge. Size, 3 for
3 Pkgs. for ,
IGA ORANGE PEKOE
Fancy Syrup Pack
No. 2 Can
2 Cans for
IGA BRAND flt
Tall Can Vw
Fancy IGA SLICED
No. 2J2 Can A
2 lbs. for
IN THE BLUE BOX12"1
Cetirclothh up to 15 whiter GIANT 5 C
Large Size PRg.
2 Cans for.
IGA COCOA CASTILE
3 Bars for.
HERtS RICH I
Large Pkg., ISci
4S-lb. Bag ....
IGA NEW PITTED
Dates 4 ftp
Per Pkg. u
BAKING OH COOKING
WaV olning In lh NoMoimI AppU Harvtl
SaM Bo ooriy In your swing to good hoohh
NEW CROP SNOWWHiTE
CauliHower, per lb. .
CRISP AND SWEET
Tokay Grapes, 2 lbs.
SWEET, JUICY (288 Size) DC
Sunlust Oranges, doz &2
CRISP, TENDER tjr
Cnvnts- Inrne bunch
Celery, jumbo stalk . . .
FIRM, RED-RIPE 4 f?
Tomatoes, 2-lb. basket ......
PORTO RICAN "fllr
Sweet Potatoes, 3 lbs 3A
. KIX Sprinkled with
Makes This New Cereal
BETTER THAN EVER
6 Box Carton
Chile Con Carne
VAN CAMP'S UOC
IGA in Tomato and Cheese
3 Cans for 4r
TTD nA Choice Corn Fed Shoulder
iiUVdJtli Tender, Delicious. Per lb
(MMm nilp oiiai
AviiliUUUivsmi aiidiUUU Per lb.
Wilson's Secret Process (in the tfT)
new handy 1-lb. cartons) . .2 for j jVyV
Wilson's Corn King Sugar Cured
2-lb. pieces, 'and up. JZxtra special, per lb. . . .
pO T?flrr' Fresh Missouri River all meat r
Vf S3 It IS liDUli Sliced, ready for the frying pan. Per lb. . . v
Frcsb Dressed Poultry
' THIS AD FOR FRIDAY ASD SATURDAY
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