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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1939)
THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1939.
PLATTSOITrf SEMI - WEEfctY JOURNAL
HAVE INTERESTING MEETING
The Rotarians had a very inter
esting; meeting Tuesday as a part of
their weekly Rotary luncheon and
which took them in camera and mo
tion pictures as well as verbal de
scriptions of a journey to the moun
tain country and the west coast of
William Baird was the leader of
the meeting and presented as the
first speaker, William A. Robertson,
who gave the highlights of his re
cent trip to the west coast with his
family and which had covered from
southern California to Portland and
the northwest and also the journey
home" through the perk country. Mr.
Robertson in turn presented Wil
liam F. Evers, who had traveled over
a large part of the west this summer
and brought back with him a pic
tured record, of the trip, both in
stills and motion pictures which was
The event also marked the birth
day anniversary of Frank A. Cloidt,
an ex-prexy of the club and which
was suitably recognized.
Charles Spacht of New Rochelle,
New York, was a guest of the lunch
eon. Journal Job Printing Pleases.
I? ABE SHOWS IMPROVEMENT
Grenda, year and a half old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Elder, is
reported as being some better after
a very severe illness. The little one
suffered a stomach attack that was
quite serious for a time.
EIGHT MILE GROVE
Sunday, August 27
9:30 a.-m. Sunday school.
No services as pastor is preaching
at mission festival in Falls City,
It's easier to plan enjoyable meals when you
see Hinky-Dinky's large variety of tender, juicy
meats; fresh, crisp fruits and vegetables, and
well-known brands of grocery products. At
Hinky-Dinky you will find a very good selec
tion of nationally and locally advertised brands !
Ad for Plattsmouth, Fri., Sat. Aug. 25-26
Pure Cider or White
Vinegar -J Qc
Per Gallon ii. U
Del Monte Sliced (4
Slices) or Chunklet
PINEAPPLE -fl Ac
15 oz. Can.-
Can - -
6 for 2SC
EBeeS actt . .5C
Trader, Jnlcy, I. S. G railed Il-rf Shoulder Cnt.
Frmblr Ground Be. Cnta. "
IP r StteaEs. u. .1L5C
StteaE- a.. . .7C
Tender I. S. Graded lleef, Shoulder Cut
Iiink-Dlnk Snsnr-Cuml Sliced.
Brand, in Bulk. 2 lbs 11 )
C&neese 2 Lb. Loaf . . .
Kraft Velveela I'lalu or I'lmrnl.
Whiting F5gUh 3 ls.2c
TT - ?! Cudahy's Pure, Bex
5-lb., 250; 10-lb..Tl3'
WHITE, 5-lb., 280; 10.490
Staregon 3LACK- 44 r
BERRIES. No. 2 Can . . AXL.
GRAPES Calif. White Thompson T"
Seedless or Red Malagas 3 lbs. -tJLy C
U. S. No. 1 Fresh Oregon Italian
Excellent for Canning! Per Box. .
Idaho Elberta Freestone Finest of the
season. Large size. Can them now!
Qt Bskt., 150 ; Bing-packed Bu. Bskt.
U. S. No. 1 New Louis
iana Porto Bican, lb
Medium Size, Doz., 190
Large Size, Eoz
l-lb. Bag, 140
Large 14-oz. "fl Q
Bottle XL a
Bottle t J
Green A R
12-lb. Pkg,330 ; y4-lb. J. c
Brown L, 0. Pekoe 4 At
Vo-lb. Pkg. 370 : -lb. JLVC
4-lb. Sack, $1.09
The New Corn Cereal
.2 for 23c
I mi -r
Wheaties Regular Size Packages, each., 10c
Omar Flour !J:!LSa.ck:.:?? 01.29
mmm0 v .J. cuiu vpciio -riaius, van . .... . f gj.yj..
UUttCff'iNUt Salad Dressing, quart jar. SlC THIS ROLL CI a j "0RTHERN
biiipbiddi nit.. CPA B A Al r IflTlSSUE
illalt Hop Flavored. 3-lb. can 49 C WHEN YOU BUY PWW
SisnfipStG Cleanneii ?e,g-Cans iro 4 noiis at.240
Gold Medal Flour ii '& SI.59 252 5 for 25c
Shredded Wheat 2 Reg. Pkgs...23c
Sllgair Fine Granulated Beet .10 lbs. 40C
Jar dubberS Heavy Red, 3 Pkgs. . . .10c
Jar CapS Mason Zinc, Ctn. of 1 Doz.. . .HQC
Macon Jars ?KVz?;.69!...... S9c
Pelt Jel Fruit Pectin, Reg. Pkg. OC
T7flA OTOE CHIEF Brand, 48-lb. bag, 99c Of?
if&OUr ROYAL BRAND. 48-lb. Sack U3C
Giant Pkg., 490
Save Ideal Labels
for Valuable Gifts
3 for 25'
Doz.. 98c; Case of 48, $3.85
' Regular or Drip Grind
l-lb. Can Vrcr7C
or Glass Jar.
or Glass Jar.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
for Year is Set
at 4.40 Mills
Emergency Makes Necessary Increase
Over the Past Year General
The tax levy for the coming year
has been announced by the board
of equalization ' and shows an In
crease in the amount over. the past
year, made necessary by the condi
tion of the general fund which must
care for the emergencies of the coun
ty and also in the 'road fund.
The levy for the year 1939 is as
General Fund 1.970 S 66,451.78
Poor Relief 1.000 33,731.87
Road Fund 1.000 33,731.87
Bridge Fund .360 12,143.47
Mothers Pension, .035 1,180.61
Soldiers Relief .035 . 1,180.61
M. W. A. PICNIC
Sunday, August 27 has been the
date set for the Modern Woodman
Association picnic, which will be
held this year at the Eagles park.
The picnic is sponsored by the Doug
las County Central Committee and
Cass Camp 332, Plattsmouth. Free
gate lots of entertainment all day
and evening. Dancing. Open to
TOTAL . 4. 400v148. 420.21
The levy for 193S was as follows:
. Mills Amount
General Fund 1.66 56,295.73
Poor Relief 1.00 33,913.09
Road Fund .80 27.130.47
Bridge Fund ' .40 13,565.24
Mothers Pension. - .04 1,356.52
Soldiers Relief.. .02 678.26
TOTAL 3.92 $132,939.31
The state levy for the year is set
at 2.80 mills and with the county
at 4.400 makes the total mill levy
for state and county 7.200 outside
of the school and' city and village
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HOME OF QUALITY FOOTWEAR
70x80 Part Wool
A Rezl $1 -69-,
Blanket Value Jl Pair
Full 3 pounds of warm, winter com
fort. Choice of five colors, 3-inch
sateen binding. Not less than 5 per
72x84 PART WOOL
Extra Large $0.59
Size & Pair
Thick and fluffy biff, double blankets. Beautiful pastel colors. 3
inch sateen binding.
Famous quality 'Saxon' finely bleach
ed sheets. Seamless and nicely hem
med. A brand known for hard wear
ing qualities. 1
PILLOW CASES . ... 25c
42x36 inch "Saxon" Cases. Bleached and hemmed. A sale, special
42-in. Bleach, linen finish Tubing, per yard 19
81 -in. Unbleached Sheeting, per yard. . . . 29
1 Sunshine i- I
America's No. 1 Cracker
2-lb. Box 29c JL-lb. Box 15c
Med. Size Box 9c
Each Box Contains 30 Large Biscuits
SPECIAL 2 Boxes 19c
Ansnn allows 5sts?..
APi nTinrj1 nrrooirnT" iga Quick-set
ting. 3 Pkgs. iau
NEW 1940 WHITER WASH SPECIAL
mnSO Lge. Pkg. 19c
LUX SOAP 3 Cakes ....... .17c
HELPS PROTECT THE SKIN
Med. Bar . . 6c
Large Bar . . 9c
RICH TASTY OTkC
32-oz. Jar ...HSf
Full Quart Jar.
IGA Crisp WHEAT
Pus -If 15c
2 Boxes for
2 Cans for
IGA TIPS AND CUTS
2 Tall Cans
IGA YELLOW CLING
No. 2 Cans. . . .2 for
Soups : PRn
2 Large Cans
IGA Wafer Sliced
Per Jar '.
1 -lb. Box
Our Finest Blend for
"G" GRADE STRONG
IGA WHOLE SWEET
2 Large Cans
NEW, LIVE RUBBER
FR0ITS 6 VEGETABLES
DELICIOUS SUMMER EATING AND COOKINQ
Apples, 6 lbs. for
Grapes, per lb
SWEET AND JUICY or
Oranges, 2 doz Jvc
FIRM, RED RIPE m
Tomatoes, per . lb. &c
v.- , ' . -
Grapefruit, each 5C
RED MALAGA .
Grapes, 2 lbs. or .... . . 1C
Sweet Potatoes, 4 lbs.. 25c
CHOICE CORN FED SHOULDER
Bee Roast, lb
CHOICE (2-lb. Pieces and Up) A
Pork Roast, lb.
Pork Chops, lb lyC
SWIFT'S MINCED HAM or '
Ring Bologna, lb. .... 5C
WILSON'S (End Slices)
Bacon, 5-lb. box 45c
WILSON'S CERTIFIED or GLAZER'S 'A'
Veiners, per lb 22 C
Vz'Xb. Cello Bacon... 7W Veal Chops, lb..
FRESH SIDE PORK, per lb. 12c
Fresh Chickens - Cat Fish
-WE DELIVER . PHONE 23 AND 24
1-lb. Fr. pork Liver 4nM I Shouldep ra. ik
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