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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1939)
PLATTSMOTJTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL
THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1939.
Preliminary Football Work and Re
turn of Superintendent Devoe
Points to Opening Day.
Time is fast approaching for the
commencement of the school activ
ities of the 1939-40 term and the
youngsters can count now the short
weeks that mark the span until the
school bells' chiming notes call the
students to their studies.
One of the most unfailing signs
of the coming of school days and
fall was seen when a group of the
high school boys were to be seen
carrying footballs out to athletic
park to start in the preliminary lim
bering up of the muscles and getting
the old booting eye working for the
start of the season.
Superintendent L. S. Devoe, who
has been taking special work on his
master's degree at the University of
Colorado, has also returned to get
the work of opening school lined up,
assignment of teachers made and the
general plan to start the school off
promptly in September. Superintend
ent Devoe is at his office each
morning now and will be glad to
have any of the parents consult with
him as to school problems and their
Sunday guests at the Littleton
Rethards home were their children,
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Eethards and
family of Allerton, Iowa, and Mrs.
Cecil Ramsey of Van Wort, Iowa.
They left for their homes today.
OF BETTER QUALITY
It takes high quality meats to make
meals that are completely satisfying.
To be sure of high quality, shop at your Hinky
Dinky meat department where you can choose
from a large variety of tender, juicy, full-flavored
meats priced remarkably low!
Ad for Plattsmouth, Fri., Sat, Aug. 18-19
Cudahy's Gold Coin Brand.
Tender Process. Shankless
Mellow, Ham-Like Flavor!
Whole or Half, lb
HjQIPGI Sfndn Bulk Tlbs.-23C
Bee2 Kkpactt i. .c
Trader, Juicy, V. S. Graded Beef Shoulder Cnt,
Freahly Ground II eel Cats.
StteaCi u &7C
Teader V. S. Graded Beef, Shoulder Cut.
IPoffEs SEnipG u. .H5C
Selected Lea a.
C'udahr'w I.nrjce Juicy.
SHc& Cmittc Lb..E7c,
Faucy, Aborted linked I.oavea
IBSCOHH Squares, Lb. . . .
I'"aue' Snica r Cured.
Delicious. 3 lbs
Candy. 3 lb.
5-ib.Pkg. . . 27c
A Two-Fruit Combinat'n
You'll Want to Try!
It's the Dish of the Month fea
tured in the August issue of
McCALL'S MEAL PLANNER.
Ask for your free copy.
No. 2 Can jLXjf
Sailor Sliced (In Syrup)
No. 2i2 Can2for.j&IP
Sunrise Fresh, Fluffy
Cello Bag .
U. S. No. 1 Utah Elberta Freestone
Can them now! Quart Basket, 15
Full Bushel Basket
U. S. No. 1 Fresh Oregon Italian
Can them now! Quart Basket, 15
Fancy Calif. Thompson Seedless or Bed Malagas
Ext. Fey. Calif. Mtn.
Bartletts. Qt. Bskh Z5i)C
Hr??w Meflonno Each. . .23c
Fancy California Jumbo Siii.
TyA -urn j- XI. S. No. 1 Louisiana
11 CtJkliUuL Porto Bican, 4 lbs
3 for 25c
Hinky Dinky Superior
4-lb. Sack. $1.09
Glenn Valley Catsup
14-oz. Bottles, 3 for.
Wheat Flakes fl Ac
Beg. Pkg. JL V
French's Bird Seed
Regular Package .
Giant 50-oz. Can
3 for 29c
2 for 15"
Beg. Pkgs 2 for ateiO
(Cup op Saucer Free)
Red Label, Excellent for
nshes. Large Pkg
Cleans Windows Easilyl
Smooth, Creamy Shortening
P & G Coap Giant Bars, 10 for 35C
nydol 2Ki 513:- 5- 19c
IDVD CODP Medium bar, G; Large bar. . .CjC
Ivory Flalies SSSlW ka9f: .9c. 22c
lVOHy GOap Guest Bars, 4 for. ..... .QC
Pillclbuiry'c Flour ft '.ft: 85c. . .$1.59
Lux Flalies ErSF??!!?!..
Lu7i Toilet Soap Se?oura,:.Ba:8
Omar Flour IS:iLSack;.75? $1.29
Butter-Nut Jell K2id F.,arrf....l4c
Malt gEF,5lSr8e0dN-3ia.rkcanP 49C
6 for 25c
Soft as Old Linen!
Save Ideal Labels
for Valuable Gifts
Doz.. 98c; Case ef 48, $3.85
Elits Butter Crackers fifr. "22c
TTfl OTOE CHIEF Brand, 48-lb. bag, 99c
ilOUF ROYAL BRAND. 48-lb. Sack C5C
GUQOr Fine Granulated Beet 10 lbs. 40C
Jar ElUbberS Heavy Red, 3 Pkgs. . . . ioc
Jar CapS Mason Zinc, Ctn. of 1 Doz IQC
Pell-Jel Fruit Pectin, Reg. Pkg.. IOC
Sunrise, Sweet. Mild ,
kOif If CB 1-lb. Bag. 14c; 3 lbs 3v
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
MRS. HENRY PFEIFFER HERE
Mrs. Henry Pfeiffer, member of
the" well known family of New York
City, is here to be the guest of her
cousins. Misses Mia and Barbara Ger
ing and Mrs. Henry Herold. Mrs.
Pfeiffer arrived Sunday from the
west coast where .she has been for
some time visiting at Portland, Ore
eon, San Francisco and southern
California. She is now on her way
home to New York.
Mrs. Pfeiffer is well known with
her husband for philanthropic work
and aid to many worthy causes over
the nation and particularly to the
Methodist church activities. Mr. and
Mrs. Pfeiffer were the donors of the
pipe organ to the local Methodist
Mrs. Pfeiffer was honor guest at a
luncheon at 1 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. Henry Herold and this evening
will be the guest at a family dinner
it the Gering home.
VISITING "HOME FOLKS
Mr. and Mrs.' Russell Wasley, of
Superior, Montana, are here to enjoy
i visit for a short time with Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Wasley, parents of Mr.
Wasley. They have been at C'orvallis,
Dregon. since their wedding in June,
Mr. Wasley attending the summer
school of the Oregon State college.
After the close of the school they
motored to the San Francisco ex
position and to southern California
where they were the guests of
friends and returned east by way of
After the visit here Mr. and Mrs.
Wasley will return to Montana
where Mr. Wasley will continue his
teaching and coaching work in the
MARRIED AT CITY HALL
From Tuesday' Dairy
Last evening shortly after 10
o'clock Judge C.: L. Graves' was
iroused from his downy couch at his
Iwelling place and called to the city
hall to perform the wedding cere
mony for Basil Everett Lowther, of
Nehawka and Millie May Freeman, of
Weeping Water. The ceremony was
performed in the office of the judge
while the noise of the city council in
debate served as an organ like ac
companiment to the intoning of the
marriase vows. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Nickel of Weeping Water served as
TAKEN TQ HOSPITAL
William Fitzgerald was taken to
Omaha late Saturday as the result
of a sudden attack of appendicitis
and placed in the St. Joseph hospital
for an operation. The attack came
very suddenly as Bill had been ap
parently in the best of health. It is
hoped that he may soon be recovered
from the operation and be able to
return to the family home near My-nard.
Dual Wheels Carry
There are plenty of deal
ers seeking to buy your
Cream, but only a home
town Creamery can pay
a top price and in addition
help supply a community
payroll through process
ing the product. We are
running these ads to let
you know we want your
Cream and other produce
and will pay you every
cent possible at all times.
LOWER MAIN St. PHONE 94
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
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Pork & Beans
QUARTS doz. 69c
PINTS doz. . . 59c
IGA Brand .
8 Doz. for.
2 Doz. for
No. 2M cans. each.
No. 2 Cans. . . .2 for
1-lb. Tall Tin
14-oz. Bottles, 2 for.
Sure Jell or
2 Boxes for
Pectin lIQc s
2 Pkgs. for , ;
Fancy IGA SLICED
Pineapple fJc J
No. 2 Can A
WHEATIES 2 ?kgs. 21c
BANANAS 4 lbs. 25c
1-15c Box Butter Cookies
1 -15c Box Bl. Wal. Cookies
"Real" Devils Food Cookies
By Sunshine Bakers
Special, per lb
Joe Emerson Offers
rt Beautiful Hymn Book
jIrw n hnor Hymns of all
See Us for Details
FLOUR 48 lb. $1.59
GetiTclolb's up to 15 whiter CUM jjC
Soap Grains Oflc
Large , Size Pxg
Toilet Tissue JQc
3 Bars for
Per Roll I .
Soap 3 cakes 25c
and 10c Bot. Lotion. "
Larg Pkg., 23c
2 Cans .
3 for . .
3 for . .
3 Bars 14c
2 Doz. for . .
4 Pkgs. for. .
Corn Flakes 4 7c
2 Pkgs. for
IGA BRAND H C
Full Quart Jar
IGA RED CAP
IGA PURE STRAWBERRY
IGA BRAND 94 C
IGA Mixed Pickling
IGA. Per quart
No. 10 Tin
Michigan Red Pitted
No. 10 Tin
2 Larqe Cans
FAMOUS LOUISIANA (YAMS)
Sweet Potatoes, 4 lbs
GIANT OREGON LABISH
LARGE RED RIPE
Tomatoes, per lb
DUDLEY FAMOUS KICKAPPOO WISCONSIN
Apples, 4 lbs. or
SUNKIST EXTRA FANCY
Lemons, 300 size, doz
SUNKIST EXTRA FANCY (220 Size)
Oranges (large), doz
EXTRA FANCY CALIF. SUNKIST
Grapefruit, 100 size, doz.. .
CALIFORNIA Finest of All to Eat or Can
Elberta Peaches, 18-lb. box
Choice Corn Fed
SHOULDER BEEF ROAST
BEEF STEAK Corn Fed Shoulder lb. . . 19c
n A AK1 Swift's Sweet Basher. Lean, Sugar Cured.
BAvUlN y2-". Cello Packages. 2 for. fi& C
BACON Wilson's End Slices 5 lb. Bon 47c
PORK LOIN ROAST The Cut You Want, lb. . . 14c
FRESH PORK HOCKS lb. 10c SPARE RIDS lb. . 10c
PORK TENDDERLOIN PATTIES Per lb. 3gc
HEINZ BULK DILL PICKLES 4 &or. - - 10c
FRESH RIVER CAT FISH FRESH DRESSED SPRING CHICKENS
THIS AD FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
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