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MONDAY, itOYE&BER 21. 1933.
JURY HERE MONDAY
The members of tlie petit Jnry for
the November term of the district
court will report for caty here Mon
day morning. Judga Wilson will
open the regular term and take up
the trial of the cases assigned for
hearing in the next two weeks.
foods for that &east of leasts
Our GIGANTIC HOLIDAY FOOD EVENT Continues!
We bring you a large selection of the tastiest Thanks
giving Foods at prices that make it easy to save!
Shop at Hinky-Dinky - the store
that's tops in holiday food values!
We are featuring a complete selection
of the finest, fresh-dressed Turkeys,
Geese, Ducks and Chickens at money-saving
prices. Compare our prices
and quality. Save at Hinky-Dinky!
TT7- mm Wilson's Tend. Wilsco
inlSBIlBS Whole or Half, lb.
Mllal, Snrr-t'nrrl You'll r-njoy thrlr mar
EBeeS Easi u. .24c
Trailer, Jniry Hound I tunc cr Sbouldrr f'ufM
Hamburger or Bulk
Ovcfatc Fresh Shipment
JjSiQTS Solid Pack. Pin. .
Ad for Plattsmouth, Tues., Wed., Nov. 22-23
in Bulk - -
Ranimce Meats: L. 3SC
la!- from Srlrrtnl Inacrtllciitw lo Hulk-
StteaEi Lb.. ....... 2DC
T!'r, Jey. Hound. Sirloin or T-lluf
Pork Chops rsuS:l!i.23? . .
rkAnrn Longhorn, full-flavored, for
LfieeSG table or cooking. Lb
Luncheon cr Rg. Bologna
s Quality, 2 lbs.. .
Brittle or Crange Slices. . . .3
Sweet, Juicy Texas Marsh Seedless
Large Size, each : . ,-'.l
U. S. No. 1 Louisiana
Porto Eican, 4 lbs 1LC
Tdr. Wash, Well -fr
Elchd. Ex. Lg. Stalk jlVU'C
Fancy New York
Per lb. "
Golden, Delicious. Ring Pack
Rome Beauty, Grimes -rT F1"
, BuJLLo V
Ig. Eed Tex.
17-C2. Cans L2 for
Del Momte World's Food Fair!
What an exposition of values! What an opportunity to
stock your pantry with all your Del Monte Favorites!
Bel Monte Sliced or
Half. No. 213 Cans 1
$1.73 t for
Del Monte Solid Pack
No. 2 Cans, 3 for
6 cans, 57c; Doz, $1.12
Del Monte Rn. or Drip Grind
Mb. 25 2-lb. Can M &
Del Monte Pure Tomato
Giant 46-oz. Cans
Dozen cans, $1.99
Del Monte Soedless
15-cz. Pkgs.2 for
P wrnte Royal Anns
No. 2V Can il
Dozen cans. $2.75
Del Monte Early Garden
No. il C8Tt t
6 cans, $1.23; Doz., $2.45
magic Circle Queens, Qt. jar. . . . c-v
Just Like Com Off the Cob
ITnn. Cnnli Uri s HTn T Til. ' A ft .
i Huufuum in iiiic ictti, x keg. x&gs. j 0-
4 Steele County Pumpkin, No. 2y2 can 10
Jell 0, six delicious flavors, rej. Pkgs ; 3 for 14
Fine Granulated Beet Sugar 10 lbs., 4S
Sunrise Sweet, Mild CofFee, 1-lb., 15 3 lbs., 45
Eoyal Brand Flour, 48-lbs 83r
Eitz Butter Crackers, 1-lb. Pkg 22fi
Swansdown Cake Flour, 2-lb. Pkg. 21
Golden Hallowii Dates, in Bulk 2 lbs., 19
Calumet Baking Powder, 1-lb. can 19
Sally May Salad Dressing, Quart jar " 250
Emerald Medium Budded Walnuts, lb 23
Puts Magic in Your
6-oz. Jar ;
9-oz. jar ......
Assorted Varieties fl
i2-oz. Cans2 for Jl P
6 Cans. 45 ; Dozen, C9
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attendance of 15 members. Mrs.
V. W. Perry reported on the Pres
byterian synodical at ' Hastings.
Dainty refreshments were served by
Mrs. Andrew Moore entertained
Circle No. 5. She was assisted by
Mrs. Paul Wohlfarth. Mrs. L. O.
Minor gave some of the points of
interest about the Synodical meeting
?it Hastings for the program. The
hostesses served delicious refresh
ments at the close of the meeting.
Prom Friday's Daily
Thursday Evening Clab
The Thursday Evening clUD mei
last night with Mrs.,Guy Long. Mrs.
Walter Tritsch won the first prize
and Mrs. Ray Herring won second.
prize was won by Mrs. Agnes Wall
ing and second by Mrs. Frank Gobel
man, third by Miss Amelia Martens.
M. E. Circles Meet
The Gleaners circle of the Meth
odist Women's Federation met yes
terday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Fred Howland. Mrs. Will Howland
and Mrs. Faye Spidell were assistant
hostesses. The regular business was
discussed and plans made for a
Christmas party. The circles are
studying the romances of the Bible.
Yesterday's romance was that of
' Esther" and was given by Mrs.
Ralph Wiles. Delicious refreshments
v.ere served by the hostesses.
Mrs. D. M. "Babbitt entertained the
Naomi circle yesterday. There were
fourteen members and one visitor
present. Mrs. J. C. Lowson gave a
very Inspiring talk to the ladles.
The regular business meeting was
held and lesson on the life of Peter
was given by Mrs. Rae McMaken.
Several games were played. The hos
tess, assisted by Mrs. Don Cramer
and Mrs. Don Seivcr, served refreshments.
From Saturday's Dally
Honored on Anniversary
Last evening Mr. and Mr3. Henry
Stark john were given a very pleas
ant surprise by a group of friends
on the occasion of their ' thirtieth
The party of friends arrived at
the home as the family were pre
paring for dinner and gave a real
surprise, coming with covered dishes
to provide a most toothsome anni
versary dinner. The beautiful chrys
anthemums of the fall season added
to the attractiveness of the settings.
This anniversary being that of
pearl, the guests of honor were each
given a gift of pearl as a reminder
of the occasion.
The remainder of the evening was
spent in playing "Chink Check" and
In which much pleasure was de
rived. Those attending were County
Treasurer and Mrs. John E. Turner
and Dorothy Jean, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank A. Cloidt and Mrs. Lora Lloyd
Kieck and children, Marilyn and
The Pinochle club met last night
at the home of Marie Horn. Prizes
were won by Helen Smetana first and
Mary Holy, second.
Miss Ethel Marie McConaha,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl H.
McConaha, and Claud Galyan, both
of Nehawka, were married Wednes
day afternoon in the county court
room at Nebraska City by Judge T. S.
Morton. The young man is a con
struction worker. They will live at
Delta Deck Club '
The Delta Deck Cud club met last
night with Miss Mathilda Soennich-j
sen.- The home was beautifully decor-
ated with, chrysanthemums. Guests j
for the evening were Mrs. Minnie i
Bulin and Mrs. Schmldtmann. First '
ClotLr, 51 inches
Linen Iinish Crash Cloth, 51
inches square. Block &Jfi
Print. Each ;-v
Lace Table Cloth
Size 60x60 .
All Linen Table, Cloth with 6
napkins. Cloth size
55x55.: Per set
"Ecsemary? Permanent Linen
Finish Table Cloth.
Mercerized Table Cloth. All
white or with colored borders.
58 inches wide. " A&C
.Per yard i..
i Tuesday and Wednesday
! 5 lbs. and upp, lb 14
! Under 5 lbs., ib. . 11
Leghorn Hens, lb .9;
', 5 lbs. and up, lb 12
Under 5 lbs., lb. 1 1 ,
Leghorn Springs, lb 8
Old Cox, lb 8
Good size, doz 27
Small Eggs, doz 21
!No. 1 Butterfat. ib 23
Do you need a new Cream Separator ?
If so, let me know what kind youi
want, Small monthly payments eas
ily arranged. I don't believe you can
invest $75.00 where it will make you
any more than to put it into a newt
Cream Separator. Let's talk it over!
Thanksgiving Only Three
We are very thankful for the good!
business you've given us this season.
A Ready Cash Market
for ALL Farm Produce
Quoting prices regularly so that
you may know what to expect when
you bring your produce to town!'
Our Store is -Loaded with Holiday
Merchandise at a Saving to You!
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WITH L MCMnOMS ntom
1 lb. 25c
No. 22 Tin
Our Joy Brand
Large 14-oz. Bottles
3 for 25c
Tomatoes, Green Beans or
Eed Beans. No. 2 Tins
4 for 25c
Van Camp .
9-oz. Tin .
4 for 19c
Wlicle. Large No. 2y2 Cans
Doz., $2.95; 2 for 330; Each.
2 Tin, eachg3H
Orapefruif Juice rs:...9c
TOSttatO JUiCe Thompson Seedless
van camp's Uc Raisins )Oc
50-oz. Tin 2 lbs., 15c; 4 lbs i
Par Gold, Pure Juice
Largs 4G-0Z. Tin
Cut, No. 2 Tin.
STOCK SALT 100 Jb. bag 40c
Apple Juice JQc
for Mm v f Of
4 bvt bak.
larg panful in Kmltory packag. .
Pep It J-jJ
SANDVJICH SPREAD or
Full Quart Jar 5.9
Caisc Flour iff
For Pkg &4&'
No. 2 Tins, 2 for
So Rich it Whips
Tall Cans .4 forl-
IGA or TASTEWELL
No. 2J Can
No. 2 cans, 2 fcr..-V
No. 2Vz Tin..
fin. 2 Tin, 10c
Mixed Fruit HQq
i-lb. Tins lV
Sauce a Ac
17-oi. Tin JSs?
2 for 27c
Celery, Splits .
Peas, 2 lbs.
Head Lettuce, 2 Cor. -Sv
. . 10c
Carrots, 2 bunches.
Tangerines, doz. . .
Tomatoes, 2 lbs.
Beets, 3 bunches . .
Radishes, 3 bunches
Granes, 2 lbs
Home Grown Early Ohio (4t
Potatoes, 100 lbs. . . 'JL
Firm, Freshly Dug Of?
Turnins, 3 lbs
Small, 15c Large Size
Cranberries, lb. . .
CHOICE A-1 FANCY DRESSED On
CHOICE NO. 2 DRESSED
Turkeys, lb. a1
DRESSED - MAp
Geese, lb. 5UC
Ducks, lb iS)C
Capons, lb. 4-c
FANCY DRESSED nnl
Hens, lb 22V2C
Drawn Ready to Cookl
Choice Corn Fed Shoulder 41 f
Bee Roast, lb Suc
Mince Meat, 2 lbs.. . 2SC
We Appreciate Your Business
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