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PIATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY J0UKJ?AL
THURSDAY, CCTOEER 27, 1938-
From Monday's Dally ' ' -
Mrs. Joseph Kocian of Spencer, Ne
braska Is visiting here with her son,
Mr. and Mrs- I. C. Kocian.
Mrs. John Cernin and daughter,
Evelyn, of Leigh, Nebraska, -who have
been here visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs.. Julius Kalasek, return
ed Saturday to their home. Mrs. Cer
nin is a sister of Mrs. Kalasek.
From Tuesday's Daily
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fabian and
daughter, Darlene, of Kirkman are
visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. Arley
Harry A. Meisinger of near Cedar
Creek, was here Saturday evening to
look after arrangements for the dem
ocratic banquet at Louisville on
Miss Etta and Lee NIckles returned
yesterday from Leigh. Nebraska
where they have been visiting since
Saturday morning with their sister.
Miss Jean Hayes of Westside, Iowa
is spending a vacation from her
school work here at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
Whether your printing Job la
large or small, it will recelva bur
prompt attention. Call No. 6.
Old Pals Alaska
You'll always find greater values at
Hinky-Dinky! And remember, Hinky
Dinky sells only high quality foods!
Visit Hinky-Dinky and learn for
yourself why this food store is so
Van Camp's Tomato
Scup, 9-oz. can, 6 for
PORK & BEANS
CASCO, Solids, lb.
1-lb. Carton, 2 for
Flambeau Soaked, No. 2 Can
Small Size, 25-lb. Box
Wilson's Tender Certified Sbankless, Whole or Half, lb,
CUDAHY'S BEX BRAND
Bound Bone or Shoulder Cuts
Tender, Juicy. Lb.
Fresh Picnics. Lb
Delicious Breaded. Lb
Bound, Sirloin or T-Bone
STEAK, tender, juicy 4f Op
Cut Any Thickness. Ib...Vw
Freshly Ground. 2 lbs.
Sliced or Piece. 2 lbs
Am. or Brick. 2-lb. Loaf-
Salmon or Sable Fish Offo
Sliced or Piece. 2 lbs.
WHITING FISH -tfgc
Headless, Dressed, 2 lbs..-'
Solid Pack. Pint
(SuraipeG SS! 5
Large .Sweet, Juicy Texas
Marsh Seedless. 6 for
Louisiana Porto Bican
YAMS, U. S. No. 1 fjc
Well Bleached Washington
CELERY, Tender 4flc
Extra Large Stalk "
Extra Fancy, Bed, Snappy
APPLES, Jonathons Offo
Box, $1.98; 4 lbs 3v
Juicy California Sunkist
Large Size, doz.,-25
Medium Size, doz.
Choice Holland Seed
CABBAGE, Solid Wise
Fine for Kraut.
Lb., 2i ; 50-lb. Bag
Fln Granulated Beet
SUNRISE SWEET, MILD
COFFEE -fl C;c
3 lbs., 43 ; l ib II tJ
Large 14-oz. Bottle.
Sack. . .
Vntta lEnelhi PacQcaCie Flloinusr 3 Lb. Sack, nc
Big 4 SOap Giant Ban, 10 for. .... 33C
Spry Shortening aSrWT. . :. . .49c
Lux Flafrec r"&?u?6?'"'! 22c
Luan Toilet Soap Wl".. 25c
Shredded Wfieat SJKJSiS' 23c
Omar Flour Sack . . . . , .01.25
Pancake Flour RJTff KIT. 23c
2 for 25c
Cleans, Bleaches, and
Giant Pkg., 49
4 for 19'
Oxydol CifcTBSr??. ?:AP. ............. ..19c
IVOry Soap Large Bar., 2 for IQC
Pillcbury'c Flour " !'.: 7?. .0149
Peac&es SS. "VK? 29c
Cotxe Flour KrK0fT.hf.,.n. ....... .23c
Bread JEM? CD. .'.Tt Oc
Craclierc KV00"... .24c
Regular or Drip Grind
2.1b. Can yHATTNC
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(Ad for Plattsmouth, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 28 and 29)
rolls Locals, by
Score of 49 to 6
Bradley and Armstrong Feature At
tack of the Visitors Reed
. Scores Platter Tally.
Down from the former Lincoln
suburb .of Bethany, came a group of
young men Wednesday night, paced
by Bradley and Armstrong and who
In their exhibition of football, pro
ceeded to gteamroll the locals by the
score of 49 to 6.
The game was hardly started by
Referee Ossian ' when the visitors
were already on their victory march
and had a touchdown before the fans
had hardly become seated, their at
tack being on straight football and
the elusive runs of Bradley. In the
opening two touchdowns Bradjey
scored on end runs from the seven
and twelve yard line. The third score
came as'the result of the fleet-footed-ness
of Armstrong, Bethany back
who skirting his left end raced sixty-
j seven yards to a touchdown to make
the score 28 to 0. Bradley with well
placed kicks made all the conver
sions good - , "
The Platters' score came in the
second period of) the game and the
move gpal'ward started when on the
kickoff from " Bradley, Minor return
ed five yards before he was tackled.
York received a pass from Reed that
he carried from the fifty yard stripe
to the Bethany thirty-nine yard
marker. Rebal passed to Reed for
six yards. Rebal then drove through
the visitors' line for ten yards and
was in the scoring territory. On a
reverse from Rebal to Reed, Warren
raved twenty-nine yards around the
Bethany end and -was over for the
touchdown.. The: attempt of Rebal
for the placement kick was not good.
The score at the half was 20 to 6
for the visitors.
The second half, opened with the
game on more even basis and neither
team scored until well into the
third quarter when Messers Bradley
and Armstrong again started their
march goalward. In the defense
Gradovllle and Davis were able to
check temporarily the advance of
Thery, but Armstrong carried the
ball from the seven yard, line to the
touchdown and Bradley converted to
make the score 3tto 6. (
As the quarter was' ending Bethany
again scored when Smith of the visi
tors Intercepted a Plattsmouth pass
and carried the ball to the Platter
two-yard line. The Platter defense
stiffened and held back for several
moments the heavier battering Beth
any team, but Armstrong was able
to force through center to the one
foot line and then Bradley was again
called into action and going through
center for. the score and later con
verted for the-extra' point to make
the score 42 to 6?
The last touchdown came toward
the close of the game when again
Bethany staged , their steady drive
goalward,- altho opposed by some ex
cellent work by Minor, Sedlak, Stava
and Steinkamp on the defensive. It
was Bradley again, however, that In
brilliant end runs came down with
in the shadows of the goal posts
and from where he tossed to Thery
who made the three yards for the
score. Bradley again kicked.
FOLLOWS PARENTS' FOOTSTEPS
The Nebraska State Journal of
Sunday has - a very interesting . ac
count of the theatrical debut of Ann
Parr Hazzard, daughter of the late
Jack Hazzard and Alice Dovey Haz
zard, both of whom were well known
figures on the American stage for a
number of years.
The young actress, who is given
a small role in "LIghtn," now being
revived on Broadway ,is making her
first steps in a profession that
brought fame and success to her par
ents. Alice Dovey, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George E. Dovey, of this city,
enjoyed a great success in the musi
cal comedies of some thirty years
ago and in her stage work found
herself In many of the most success
ful shows of that day, including the
"Pink Lady" and "Very Good Eddie,"
in which show she met Mr. Hazzard
and they were later married.
Since the death of Mr. Hazzard,
the wife and her children, John and
Ann Parr, have made their home in
California and where Ann Parr was
trained .at the Hollywood dramatic
She was given her chance on
Broadway and is now there and will
be joined. later by her mother and
brother who are to resume their
home at Great Neck, Long Island.
There are many of the old friends
of the Dovey family, here who well
recall Alice Dovey in her girlhood
days here and will watch with in
terest the progress of the daughter.
The only member of the George E.
Dovey family that remains here is
Mrs. Rea P. Patterson, sister of Alice
RED OAK GUESTS HERE
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Breese of Red
Oak, Iowa are visiting here with
Mrs. M. S. Kerr. They returned yes
terday from Lincoln where they took
Mr. -Kerr after an overnight visit
5 lbs. and up, lb.. 12
Under $V2 lbs., lb. . .... 10$
Leghorn Springs, lb .0
$y2 lbs. and up, lb. . .... 13
Under &z lbs., lb. llj
Leghorn Hens, lb.. . . . . . .9
We guarantee the above price,
and if any chance to pay more,
we will be very glad to do so.
WE APPRECIATE YOUR
A. H CASE
Phone 238-J, Plattsmouth
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GORN FED BABY BEEF
Shoulder Roast, lb. .18c
Sirloin and Short-Steaks, lb. .25c
Round Steak, lb. I 29c
Rib Boil, lean, tender, lb. . . . 12i2c
PORK HOCKG lb. . . . Ulc
KRAUT Wisconsin Fine Shreded lb. 5c
CHOICE SMALL CENTER CUT ORf
Pork Chops, lb. . .
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ARMOUR'S STAR, X lb. Pkg. . .1
DELICIOUS ROASTED These 8 to 10-lb. 4 Ao
Fresh Picnics, lb. .......
Axrrnour'c rJclcrocc HAMO
Center Slices, lb. . . . . 32c
Butt Ends, 4-lb. Ave.. ..... -22c
Bacon Squares, lb. .......
Fresh Oysters - Fresh Fish
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30-40 Size PRUNES, 2 lbs.
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Aip33(2its 2 lbs. 25
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1-lb. Tall Tins
No. 2Vz Can...
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American or Brick
No. 10 Tin
Sliced or Halved
No. 10 Tin
Red Alaska Sockeye
1-lb. Tin 2WW
FREE Pint Bottle
with Qt. Bottle at. . .
Peerless Cocoa or Castile
So Rich It Whips
Tall Cans 4 for
Sweet Potatoes, mkt. bskt..
LARGE 96 SIZE
Grapefruit, 3 for
Per Dozen, 35c
Celery, 4 or 5 in bunch ......
75c Sprouts f rjc
fni' .......... -
Small Size,. 40c
Per Bunch . . . .
220 Size. Doz -mJ
Large Siza, 6 'for.
3 lbs. for.
Fancy Northerns ff Oc
4 lbs. AVW
No. 2!4 Can
3 for 49c
No. 2 Tin 2 for
3 Cans for. A
1-lb. Box, 10c; 2-lb.
No. 10 Tin
No. 2 Tins. . .4 for
2-lb. Krispy 29
1-lb. Krispy 16
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