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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1939)
PtATTSMOUTfc SEMI witElt JOTJBlfAL
THURSDAY. JUNE 8rlS9.
From Mcnday's Daily
SearlS. Davis motored to Lincoln
bis morning where he spent the day
attending to matters of business.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wallinger of
Ashland were in Plattsmouth Sunday
where they visited with a group of
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Janda, Jr., ac
companied by Mrs. Janda's sister,
who is visiting them from New York,
were guests in Plattsmouth Sunday.
Raymond Wooster, who is attend
ing the University of Nebraska, was
home over the week-end, returning
this morning to his studies at Lin
coln. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Godwin and
Miss Ruth Patton were in Omaha to
day to spend a few hours visiting
with friends and looking after some
matters of business.
Mrs. Don Seiver and daughters.
Misses Shirley and Donna Bea were
in Lincoln Saturday where they spent
the day visiting with a number of
friends and relatives.
Mrs. Mae S. Morgan, who is a
teacher in the public schools of
Burlington, Iowa, arrived Sunday to
spend the school vacation here and
at Omaha with her daughterMiss
Clara Mae Morgan and Mrs. E. H
Mrs. R. D. Veech and son, Robert
Dudley, of Frankfort, Indiana arrived
in Plattsmouth Saturday where they
will spend a week or so visiting here
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Horsak, the latter being a sister of
Mrs. Veech, and aunt of Robert Dud
ley. From Tuesday's Dally
Harry Long and George Vogel, of
South Bend were here today to at
tend ot some matters of business at
for Health and Energy -Serve
a Variety of
JUNE IS NATIONAL DAIRY MONTH
Milk, Butter and Cheese are nutritious and economical
foods. Serve them regularly! Hinky-Dinky is glad to co
operate with Nebraska dairymen in selling dairy products !
Kraft American or
Pimento, J2-lb. Pkg..
Carnation, Pet, Bordens
or Roberts. Tall can . . . .
Malted Milk SS?07 iSST:
Also large variety other Dairy Products including Fresh Milk and Cream and Assorted CheesesI
Cudahy's Tender Process,
Whole or Half, lb
nA4rf. LOIN ROAST. Selected
XrUSll. Loins, End cuts. Lb...
tenter C'nf, lb., i:tt&
ROAST. Tender, Juicy U. S.
Graded Beef. Shoulder Cuts, lb.
Hamburger asTiS. 27c
Pork Chops Ss'ffi Lan 10c
CfAofr Tender U. S. Graded Beef a
OlUdlk Shoulder Cuts, lb
Armour's Pure STAR Brand f Qa
JLjcSITU in Bulk 3 lbs. Tf
Minced Luncheon or
BolOgtia Selected, 2 Lbs. . . .
Cold Cuts KaVeAsMLb.Bak!d..19c
Bacon Backs S:&d?uST..llic
Cantaloupes tSSP. V" . 25c
Sweet Vine Ripened Pink Meat California
T nniAur Juicy California
Letnons sumust. doz. .
California Green Top 0
Large Bchs 2 foryW
Fresh, Crisp, Solid California Iceberg
Large 5-Doz. Size, Head ..........
Watermelons BSP'JT ...3c
Fla. Tom'Watson, guaranteed Sweet, Red Ripe
Potatoes 1No0-,h1s.Rr.T.p,.umphs. . .23c
Del Monte Crushed
No. 10 Can
3 Cans, $1.25
5 for 20c
SAILOR SLICED PEARS
(In Syrup). fm ?Cp
No. 2V2 Cans U 1UI 431
Red Crown Brand
3 for 10c
Van Camp's or Half Hills
Mustard or Tomato
3 for 2gc
2 for t&
Old Pals Alaska
Mb. Tall Can
Val Vita Brand
Can, 4 for
Doz. Cans, 85
Cleanser and Water Softener
of Many Uses "fl QC
Large Pkg. il
B & G Punch
For Cold Drinks!
6 Tasty Flavors
8-oz. Bottle, 2 for.
I IT V I VII VI DKSSEHT
3 Ml 25
(Regular or Drip Grind)
2.1b. Can XI A7TC
or Glass Jar.
Mb. Can or
Crystal Wliite Soap ISr?'
Falmolive Soap 5Trap. B.ar.s. 3L7c
Super Suds '.SSri3S!d:-.,.n. B.,ue. Bo.x. . . .IQc
Gold DUSt Washing Powder, large Pkg..7C
LU7X Flalies lZsVpwurderi.??! 32c
Lux Toilet Soap 5ef sir. . Bar? ..... .25c
Rits Butter Crackers kg...... 22c
PrUIieS Fresh Oregon, No. 10 Can. 37
Butter-Nut Jell STSSf F.'f . . . .14c
Ivory Flalies Large Pkg. 22c
HVOry Soap Large Bars, 2 for ...... . HQC
SUgOr Fine Granulated Beet. . 10 lbs.
Royal Brand S&dc ' " '
Aa tor rlttmoulh, Frlv Smt June 9-10
iii ink i i
I U IV 1 1 4SJTD YVI II IV 1 1 VYjJS J
the court house and visiting with
friends for a few hours.
Mrs Ida Kinnamon, of Council
Bluffs, was here over the week end
as a guest at the home of Mrs. Adah
Newton and family.
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Hall, of
Goodland, Kansas, are here for a visit
at the home of Mr. Hall's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hall.
H. H. Ragoss, assessor of Mt.
Pleasant precinct, was here today to
spend a few hours attending to some
wallers; of business , at the court
From Wednesday's Daily
Miss Verna Leonard was in Lin
coln over the week end visiting with
her sister, Mrs. J. E. Worley and
County Attorney Walter H. Smith
was in Lincoln today to attend to
some matters of business at the su
William Hobson, Weeping Water
mortician, was in the city today for
a few hours attending to matters
at the court house.
Joe Hendrix, who has completed
his school work at Doane college at
Crete for the year, arrived home
Tuesday afternoon for the summer
vacation. Mr. Hendrix ha3 had a very
busy year at Doane as in addition to
his regular studies he has been ac
tive in athletics and dramatic club
You'll Find Just
What You Want
Large and Varied Stock at Ladies
Toggery Insures Shoppers the
Utmost in Satisfaction
We Iteaerve Right to Limit Quantities
Here's more proof that it pays to
shop at the Ladies Toggery, where
personal service makes your buying
visit one of pleasure. Clerks who are
eager to shew you the latest finery
for dress, everyday .px, sport wear.
New Fashion Society Chiffon
Dresses dresses All Pima cotton,
guaranteed fast color, sanforized
shrunk, anti-crease. Sizes 12 to 33.
Priced at only 93.98.
Munsing 3-thread Chiffon Silk
Hose, full-fashioned all silk, picot
top, reinforced heel and toe. Cradle
sole. All new summer shades for
New cool Summer Sheer Dresses
just unpacked. Many new styles In
sizes 12 to 52 for pnjy fl.OO.
Gossard cool summer Corsets and
Girdles, made of fine mesh and voile,
styled with all the care of any other
Gossard garment, only they are so
light in weight and cool that you
will scarcely know you have the
garment on. Girdles at $1.50 up;
Corsets and Combinations at $1.95
New Slacks! Dance and play the
American way. A genuine Hollywood
Cinema fashioned - apd created by
Sally Togs Inspired by Ginger Rog
ers. Your choice of size and color
Shirley Temple and Cinderella
Frocks for little sister. Sizes 3 to lG
years. Many new styles to select
from. Priced at 81 OO and 81.95.
Come into the Ladies Toggery this
week end end look around. It's al
ways a pleasure to show you the new
and becoming modes. We invite com
parison of quality and prices.
THE LADIES TOGGERY,
Shop of Personal Service.
We can furnTsTl yon wTTTi Rub
ber Stamps mads to order at a
price considerably below that you
have been paying. Prompt servloe.
If you need stamps, see us.
Ask for Prices
Before You Sell!
Will Pay Following
Prices Friday - Saturday,
June 9 and 10
Heavy breed Hens. 11
Leghorn Hens, lb. 9
Cox, per lb. 7
White and Buff
Springs, per lb.. . .15
Leghorn Springs . . . 12
Bare Backs, 5c per
LOWER MAIN St. PH0NE94
STAGE PLATTSMOUTH PICNIC
A Plattsmouth picnic was held at
Starved Rock State Park in central
Illinois on Sunday, June 4.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
A. G. Degen (Jeanette Patterson)
and daughter Joan of Winnettka;
Mrs. Antonia Kessler Moore, Dr. and
Mrs. O. W. Tulisalo (Doris Patter
son) and children Jean, Laila, Helen
and Karl of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs.
Lynn O. Minor and son Carter of
Kankakee; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goeh-
ner (Helen Dovey) and daughter,
Margaret of Bloomington; Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. S. Dovey of Davenport,
Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Dovey of
Sterling; Mrs. H. N. Dovey, Mrs. Geo.
O. Dovey (Hallie Parmele) and
daughter, Adele of Peoria.
Copies of the Plattsmouth Journal
were distributed to those wlu were
Whether your printing Job fa
large or small, it will recelva our
prompt attention. Call Ho. 6.
VISIT AT EICHF1ELD
From WecJnesJay' Cany
John Slatinsky, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Slatinsky of this city, depart
ed this morning for Richfield, Ne
braska, to spend several weeks visit
ing with his stepsister, Mrs. Clar
ence Peterson (formerly Mary Slat
insky) and family.. His si3ter. Miss
Helen Slatinsky, left two weeks ago
and has been visiting there since
FREE PARKING LOT IN REAR OF OUR STORE WATCHMAN TO GUARD YOUR CAR
) YES, JANE.
HDLPTODTS ITU A vyT
FINEST ORANGE PEKOE a)(U
BLACK ORANGE PEKOE Hb. PKg. ... 45c
Jar Lids OZc
NEW, LIVE RUBBER
Jar Rings 9Sc
6 Doz. for.7.
Sure Jell or
Pen Jel 9c
2 Boxes for
shurfine Cookie Deal
fcfin 19c 1 ,bKc?,okies a;d IQc
Baseball Cap for . . .
S??.. 19c fx?0!?s 23
Orange Juice kellogcs
par gold 4fc Corn Flakes fc
46-oz. Tin JL Per Pkg W
SHURFINE IGA Whole Grain
Beverages Golden Bantom
3 Giant 32-oz. Bot. . a?w Corn OKc
(Plus Deposit) No. 2 Cans... 2 for JW
IGA FRUIT STANDARD
Cocktail H?c Tomatoes OKo
No. 1 Can JA2 No. 2 Cans, 4 for. . . .
FATHERS DAY Homing
SPECIAL 3 No. ZVz Cans M
Prince Albert, TTL "
iG-oz. pkg. and a 0c Marshmallows
Pkg. of Camels for. . OVC FRESH, FLUFFY 4RQ
1-lb. Cello Pkg
Soap Grains UJc
Large Size Pkg
Toilet Tissue ffQc
Large Roils. . .3 for
Pork & Beans
A A B IfflC
No. 2Vz cans, each , . -H
3 cans, 29c
Eureka Green or Wax
No. 2 Can 2 for
3 No. 2 Cans k
et.W Zlbcan 1 lb. can
CRD.SC 49c 19c
FRUITS & VEGETABLES-
FANCY SHAFTER WHITE
New Potatoes, 10 lbs.
LARGE SIZE, FRESH
Pineapple, 2 or .....
LONG, GREEN SLICING
Bananas, 4 lbs
CHOICE QUALITY RED RIPE
Tomatoes, per lb. .
FANCY, GARDEN FRESH
Green Beans, 2 lbs.
SWEET, VINE RIPENED
Canteloupe, 2 for. .
No. 10 Gallon i 9
Preserves H Qc
Musselman's Pure Apple-Orange
A Delicious Spread !QC
2-lb. Jar All'
No. ZVz can
No. 2 Can 4-
Sliced or Halved
Mo. 10 Tin J
LEEF ST Choice Corn Fed Shoulder, lb S
POKCC CuHlIPS Loin and Rib CuU, choice, lb.... 2. SC
pTO LOBM-KOASTT flbn B B 14c
ISACON. End Slices 5 lb. Bmt SSc
dOAiT Boston Style lb. 17C
tHEEIF STEACC 21c
PURE lbs. B - . . 2Sc
Fresh River Cat Fish - Dressed Spring Chicken
Complete Assortment of Luncheon Meats
THIS AD FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Unexcelled Delivery Service! Six outgoing trips daily. Track leaves store for territory north of Main
street at 8:30, 10:45, 1:30 and 4:30 for territory south of Main street at 9:30 and 3:00 o'clock.
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