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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1939)
TEtJRgJAY, SEPT. 14, 1939.
PtATtMOPYa SEMI - TCEEKVt JOIT&NAI
Hinky-Dinky's Price Policy:
In view of the confusion in the minds of many consumers regarding
food prices, HINKY-DINKY issues the following statement:
1 LOW MARGIN OF PROFIT. Over a period
cf years, HINKY-DINKY has earned the
good will of the public through their pol
icy of doing business on a low margin of
profit. We intend to retain the good will
thus earned by continuing to maintain
2 PRICE CHANGES. Price changes in our
store reflect the changes in our whole
sale costs, over which we have no control.
3 GREATER SAVINGS. Because HINKY
DINKY buys foods direct from growers,
producers, and manufacturers, we elimi
nate many in-between profits and distri
bution expenses. These savings are pass
ed .on to our customers.
4 CO-OPERATION IN MARKETING. Hinky-
Dinky pledges to respond to governmental
marketing recommendations, and to co
operate with producers and consumers to
insure an orderly, economical process In
the distribution of food products.
or Dole's Crushed.
Tall (No. 211)
Ad for Plattsmouth, Fri., Sat., Sept. 15-16
6 Box Carton
Quick or Regular JTq
Large Pkg. iL
Jar Rubbers -fl Ac
Reg. Pkgs. - 3 f or.
JAR CAPS. Dozen.
Trader, Juicy, 1'. S. Graded Drr( Shoulder Cuts.
Purs IHLoastt u. .E4C
StteaEi Lb.:... 23IC
Tender I'. S. Graded Heel, S boulder Cuta.
Shankless, Whole or
Half. Per lb.
fied, r ,
Freablr Ground lleef Cuta.
IPoipEi StteaEs .SSC
aCSOflll Squares, Lb. . . .2)C
Fancy SiiKar-Cnrcd, Cello-Wrapped.
3 for 25c
(Golden) , ". '
U. S. No. 1 Fresh Idaho Italian
Excellent for Canning. Ring-
Faced. V2-Busnel Basket
Large Cluster mm
Bunches. Lb. C
California Bed Flame Tokays.
Excellent for Canning.
Quart Basket, 19. Crate CiC
Excellent for Canning, y Kn
Basket, 230. Per Box jLfDJ
TT C Tr 1 TnnOTt
Missouri Jonathans. $1.49 Bushel.
Mb. Bag, 140
150 Towels -fl J
Just Off the Press! Septembei
containing the "Dish of the
Month," "Appetizing Dishes for
School Day Meals" and other
features. Ask for your free
Del Monte, Reg. or Drip
2-lb. Can, 490, Mb.jcP
Sailor Sliced (In Syrup).
2 for 27c
Fresh Cucumber Style
2i7o" 2 for 39c
C3ir Triple-Creamed Shortening. See special
w9Jk jjf Spry Friendship offer this paper. 3-lb. Can
Ivory Soap KSSTUS?. 6c 2forl9c
(imorr The SoaP of Beautiful Women fn
Wdlllcly Regular Bars, 4 for 22C
Pen- Jel Fruit Pectin, Reg. Pkg. . . . C
reason Jars gffildS1?.!!! 59c
Super-Suds ?Jg.,Lc,".T.s!Z0. .2
LiSetouoy SEAS' tor...... 25c
EtlSlSO All Purpose Soap, large Pkg HQC
P & G Soap Giant Bars, 10 for 35C
CMpso Flalies &?E8: ....... .ZZe
DreSt Marvelous New Suds, large Pkg.. . -23C
Butter-Nut Jell F!: . . . S4c
for Health and Energy
Can. 25SC Z
Dozen, $1.15. Each
Mission Whole Kernel Golden Bantom frs
12-oz. Vac. Can .Dozen. $1.13 3 for 4Vv
Brown L., 0. Pekoe
with Food Values
Save Ideal Labels
for Valuable Gifts
3 for 25c
Doz.. 98c; Case of 48, $3.85
Regular or Drip Grind
1-lb. Can CTC1C
or Glass Jar.
or Glass Jar.
MARY STANDEE MOCKENHAUPT
Mary Stander, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Stander, was born on a
farm near Louisville on March 6,
1864. On May 14. 1833. she was
united in marriage to Chris E. Mock
enhaupt. Five sons and two daugh
ters were born to this union, the
eldest son dying in infancy.
The other children are Peter of
Greenwood, Valentine of Alvo, Wal
ter and John of Manley, Mrs. Addie
Maier of Louisville, and Sue, of Man
ley. She is also survived by her aged
husband, eleven grandchildren, one
sister, Mrs. C. -R.' Erhart and one
brother. F. H. Stander, of Omaha.
Funeral services were conducted
at St. Patrick's Catholic church at
10 a. m. Monday, with Father J. P.
Hennessy officiating, assisted by Rev.
Cramer and Rev. Keeley of Lincoln.
Responses were sung by the Manley
choir under the direction of the
organist, George Rau. Interment was
in St. Patrick's "cemetery.
Among those attending the fun
eral were F. H. Stander, daughter
Lillian. Mrs. M. Honer, J. C. Murphy
of Omaha, Mr. -and Mrs. F. E. Albee,
Mrs. N. Bedell, .Mr. and Mrs. John
Aires. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hite, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert' Rowsen, Mr. and
Mrs. Morgan McCurdy, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Earl Quinn, ;Mrs. Tom Quinn,
Edward Mockenhaupt and Helen
Maher of Lincoln, Mrs. Etta Mock
enhaupt, Mrs. E. Kelly. Mrs. Minnie
Buiin of Plattsmouth, and Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Erhart of Nebraska
Mrs. Mockenhaupt had lived in
Cass county all her life. She was kind
and charitable, which won her many
friends. She was in poor health for
many years, but bore her affliction
with great patience and fortitude.
and Saturday Night
Over 5 lbs., per lb 13
Under 5 lbs., per lb.. . . . 11
Leghorn Hens, per lb 9
WE RESERVE. THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
Heavy breeds, all sizes. . 12
Leghorn Springs, lb I0
Truck Service on Reasonable
' Amounts if1 Desired
CREAM, today, lb: . . . .24
EGGS, per dozen 14
Pullet Eggs; 10 Doz.
HIDES, per lb 5
A. R. CASE
Phone 2S8-J, Plattsmouth
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
We will pay the following
prices Friday, Saturday:
Heavy Hens and Springs
Over 5 lbs., per lb. '
Heavy Hens and Springs
Under 5 lbs., per lb.
Leghorn Springs, lb.. 0$
Leghorn Hens, lb.. . .9
Delivered In plattsmouth
If the market advances,
we will give you benefit
of the advance.
CREAM, per Ib....25
LOWER MAIN St. FIIORE 94
Wax Paper flQc
100-foot Roll A
Raisins . 90c
2 lbs., 15c; 4 lbs k
2-oz. Bottlo . . . .
48 lb. Dag
24 lb. Dag
1-lb. Pkgs 2 for
IGA LIQHT'N FLUFFY
Per Pka ,
Chile Con Carne
3 Tall Cans for Jm
Green Beans UQr
No. 2 Can &
IGA Wh. Kernel Gold. Bant.
No. 2 Cans 2 for A-S
IGA TIPS AND CUTS
2 Tall Cans
No. 2 Cans. . . .2 for
14-oz. Bottles, 2 for
No. 2 Can
SDIFIPES' ISEna 69 55?....sa
reapn Sea'tsaH lis. pub. . SS
Muchmore Brand! Choice
Syrup Pack. Large Can . .
1-lb. Box, Pride Assortment
' SS ' ' .
14-or. Box -Only
AND DISC FROM A CAN OF SPRY
S Giant Bars.
A Real Buy In
A full 8 oz. Pkg. IGA BLACK
PEPPER and a reg. carton
of IGA 8ALT 34 ounces of
the finest Spices all for
FRUITS & UEGETADLES
Bananas, 4 lbs.. . .r. . .
MEDIUM TO SMALL SIZE
Potatoes, 15-lb. Peck . . .
FANCY QUALITY JONATHAN 41 Hn
Apples, 10 lbs , 35c; 5 lbs. . 10c
CRISP RED FLAME JfTf
Tokay Grapes, 2 lbs. . . : . . . . . il1'
JUICY (344 SIZE)
Oranges, 2 dozen . ....
Peaches, per Bushel. . . .
Pears, per Bushel . . .
PORTO RICAN !
Sweet Potatoes, 3 lbs.
Onions, 3 lbs
s&S3 for 27c
A 3 for H7c
2 Cans for. ........
2 Cans for.
4-oz. Cans. . . .3 for
Fancy IGA SLICED
IGA FANCY RED
No. 2 Can
TEXSUN BRAND A
No. 2 Cans. . . .4 for
No. 2 Can
FRESH GROUND OUR
REGULAR GRADE. PER LB.
Pork Chops, lb.
Chuclc Steak, lb.. . . . . 22c
Choice Corn Fed Shoulder a
Chuck Roast, lb.. 20c
Dill Pickles, 4 or 10c
PRE KINQ HORN KARNIVAL SPECIAI
Wilson's King Korn Sugar Cured, 2-lb. pieces
and up (8 to 104b. average side). Per lb
FEESH EJVER CAT FISH FRESH DEESSED SPEINQ CHICKENS
VATCH NEIIT AD ON WILSOirS CERTIFIED UUHD!
THIS AD FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
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