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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 2, 1940
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY,, MAY. 2,• 1940. Social Calendar PR I DAY'S EVENTS Ladles' Bible class, First Methodist cliurcl), having Dutch supper. 6:30 o'clock, at church. Executive Board, Woman's Missionary Union, First Bnptlstclmrch, meeting '3:30 o'clock with Mrs. Theodore Logan. Friday Bridge club meeting with Mrs, J. \V. Adams Jr. Mrs. J. J. Ewlng entertaining Friday Contract club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS . Asnerlcsn Association of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble, Has Party for Graduate Mrs. Jess Russell was guest o[ honor at a party given last night at the American Legion Hut by the Blythevllle hospital. The affair celebrated the completion of Mrs. Russell's (raining in the nursing school of the nus- pltal. Twenty five guests were entertained with (lancing. * « * lias Club 1'nrly Mrs. Toirmilc 'Upton cntertntnccl . members of the ADC Bridge club with a parly at her home yesterday nlternooii. Refreshments were served sifter the bridge games In which Mrs. William Young was high and Mrs. John Thomas Scnnlo:;, second high scorer. * * » Bridge Club Meets Members ot the Town and Country club met at the home of Mrs. J. \V. 1'arker yesterday aHernoon Tor the weekly parly. Refreshments were screed at (lie conclusion of the games in which Mrs. Parker was high scorer. Circle lias Siipppcr Members of the Busi;:t!.s,s Women's Circle o[ Ihe Woman's Missionary Union, First Bapllst church. Imd supper at Ihe home of Dr. Edna Nles Tuesday night. Fifteen members ami one visitor, Miss Nedra Berryman, were entertained at the affair. After supper, the group attended evangelistic services nt the ehmch which are being conducted this week by the Rci 1 . Ira Cole, pastor of the Highland Heights Baptist church in Memphis. FLAPPER FANNY Bits of News Mostly Personals Mrs. Drucie K. ITartcil Finds Life Still Interesting at Age of 90 "There. Now you look as if sonic woman beside your molficr cared for you." Banquet Here Last Night Honors Eastern Star's Worthy Grand Matron OSCEOLA. Ark., May 2.—Reading the Courier News without the aid or glasses niul writing long letters In pen nnd Ink to her only grandson, Dr. O. Harrell Jones of Houston, Tex., Is the favorite pastime of Mrs. Druclc K. Harrell, pioneer resident of the Carson Lake community, who celebrated her nhicti- ctli birthday April 24. Iu addition to the friends nntl Cecil Shane uutl -Osrar Fendlrr nclahbors wll ° callcd lo uftcl lllcir have gone to Hot Sprincs to -it « oll S™ tllli »tlems, others who came tend a mcctln« of the stile Inr cl<w " fm " vlsit wcrc Mrs ' cht "'"' S a.ssociiilio:;. '1'hey will return sat- K ' CnslBcr ' ms - n^ni'd Ciooch m'tlny night. Rabbi Herman 1'ollack will leave Saturday for Fayettcvlllc where he Is lo speak before the Hlllcl group of the University of Arknusiis .Sun- tiny nftcinouu. • John Sanders, of Little flock, is spending a few days here with his mother, Mrs. Irdia Snntler.s, ami fnmlly. Mrs. o. C. I lawks was Ukcn to the Memphis Baptist hospital yes- j tcrdny. • j The rontlltloii of Claude wiili- I worth, who Is seriously 111 at Hiy- tlicvlllc ' " - chnngctl. Mrs. n. T. Hyuson of Amory, Miss., came Tuesday night for a visit with her .sister, Mrs. II. A. Taylor, and Dr. Taylor. .SJie plans to return Saturday. Mrs. O. P. Lawrence of Grenada. Miss., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Illriiin Wylie. and fsimily here. The condition of J. W. Auten. who Is ill In Memphis Baptist hospital, remains critical. Mrs. J. S. Horner of Bloomfleld, Mo., came Sunday here with her son. W. L. Horner hospital, remains un- day and Saturday, making it necessary to cancel the trip. Instead lie and Mrs. JO.TCS, accompanied by his sister, Miss Ethel Jones who is: a student at Texas Dental College, drove here for the weekend. Chopping Wood, Boy Almost Severs Thumb and family. Mrs. Charles Perry J. P. Holland spent Memphis. Seventy two people attended the banquet given at the Hotel Noble for Mrs. Juliette BlIliiiKsley of [l.IUle Rock. Worthy Grand Matron j of Ihe Order of the Eastern Star (lust night by members of (lie J. A. Ashlin chapter at Huffman, nntl the Osccolu, Wilson and Ulythc- ville chapters. A general meeting at wliieli degree work was exemplified ioi- lowcd at the Hall. One lunulved and fifty members wcrc present fur the Initiation of Mr. and Mrs, Cecil ' Wrolcn, Mrs, J. J. Cookston, F.nfcrlams M Hotel Members of the Delia Contract club were entertained at a party [Mrs. II. R. Alken. in the new Colonial Hoom of the j George W. Patterson, pastor til Hotel Noble yesterday afternoon j the First Christian church, gave wlien Mrs. JUr&ni Wyllc was hostess. Mrs. O. r. tnwiTiice ot Grenada. Miss., houserfitcst of Mr. and Mrs. Wi'lie, nnd Mrs. P. L. Bugler were tea guests tor the affair. The spring scheme was carried out In the party decorations of irises, .tulips and olhcr bouquets of mixed [lowers. A salad jilnlc was served after the gnmes in which Mrs. W. D. McClurkin was presented the high score prize. Slay Day Breakfast Has Largest Crowd The largest crowd ever to attend a May Day breakfast during the years which the Woman's Society of Christian Service of ihc First Methodist church has hari the affair was present tor the breakfast yesterday morning. ' Bemuse of the weather, the breakfast was served In the social rooms of the church Instead of on the lawn as fs the annual custom. Members of the society .served as waitresses tor the occasion. Bouquets of spring Mowers wrrlclvtlcco- rateri the rooms included low bowls of pansles, vases of tulips nnd other floral arrangements. Included in the more than two hundred guests was Mrs. C. C. Lee of Dyersbtirg. housegiicst of Mrs. O. W. Dillahunly. Announce Plans Knr Mother's Day i'rogram Mrs. Louis Applebaum. clinlvinan of Ihe Mother's Day committee of Temple Israel, announced plans for Ihe program lo be given in the A Summer .Mil- Amber Jewelry- the invocation at the banquet over which Mrs. Ruth sin Ion of .loincr, Washington Omul Representative, presided. Mrs, E, R. Jiosan o( Ln.NOra, Past. Grand Matron, responded to the welcome extended by Mrs. 1). R. Gainer, Worthy Matron of the J. A. Ashlin chapter. The toast to Mrs. Billinsslcy was given by Mrs. J. D. Smith, Worthy Matron of the lilylhcvllle chapter. Musical numbers were given by Mrs. Crews and Mrs. Wilkins of Osccola. The harmony of the Eastern Stars and Masons was tousled by ' Mrs. Eddie Pace. Worthy Matron of the Wilson chapter, nftiY which Mrs. Minnie Schooler. Worthy Matron of the Osccola chapter, talked on "Pence Within Our Lives". Besides Mrs. Rlllingsloy. Mrs. Bo- Ban and Mrs. Slatou, distinguished quests were: Dr. L. E. Tucker of Moncttc, Right Worthy Grantl Trustee of the General Grand chapter of thn World; Mrs. R. T. Kynson of Amoiy, Miss., E^ast. Grand Matron of Arkansas; Dr. Ira Ellis, of Monettc, past Grand Patron of Arkansas; Waller Hill of Lcpnnto, Past Grand Patron; Mrs. J. A. Salluii. Missouri Grand Hup- rcscntalive; Mrs. K. R. Smith, ot Osccola, Indiana Gnnul Representative. Other guests included people from Fort. Dodge, Ta., Joncsboro, Monettc, DyCFs. Poplar Dlutt, Mo., Caruthersvllle. and ChafFce. Decorations for the dinner were In black and \vhile. Indicative of the Ornnd chapter. Favors were white miniature dogs with -black collars, placecanis were white stars mid the white programs printed iu black wcrc bound in white. Luncheon Arranged For Baptist Counsellors A special luncheon for coun- sellors of Baptist Young People in Ihe Norlhoiisl Arkansas riistrH is being arranged for tomorrow in connection will) the meeting of the Baptist Woman's Missionary Union nt Corning. 'Hie announcement, of the tuncli- con was made by Mrs. T. E. Tiiio. and Mrs. Kathleen Oglcsby Thomas ol FilyUicvllle. Mrs. Harrell. who is in possession of all her faculties, alert and Interested in the world aljout her, had much in common with Mrs. digger who for many years lias been prominent l:i civic, social and religious circles of the county and has seen this scclioi; develop from a mlasmlc swamp to one of the most fertile, and largest collon-prodlicl.iB coimly in Ihe world. Bcln ln slicll >y County, Tenn., in 18(50, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Horrcl), she came to ihc Frenchman Bayou community In 18156 and moved with her parents lo Carson Lake in 1867 since the only settlements in those days were along the banks of the Mississippi River or on the slight elevations bordering the many bayous and lakes of Ihc county. Khe was first married iu early girlhood to John Davis of Quincy. III.. In August, I8C8. Mr. Davis had cast his lot wiih the Southern Forces during the civil War, was to sneml n week ' CT1 ' lllre(l '>>' llle Northern army but to spend n wecK C!i <:apK( from a federal gunboat while beii>;< taken north mid made his • way to Dean's Island and to j Hie Carson Lake community, He I was murdered i>.i I8IJ9 by the band | of roving marauders attached to j i'owcll Clayton's "militia" that were ' credited with the murder of six other citizens in tiie southern end of the county during several months of the Reconstruction Period. She was married to Charles K. Harrell, her first cousb. the next year and nl his death in 1929 ihey had been married 59 years. Only two of their 12 children lived to lie grown: Sam Harrell. who died at twenty-five, and Victoria Harrell. wlio was the first wife of R. H. Jones of this city. She died at 22 MANILA, Ark., May 2. — Noah Chamness, n-year-old son of Theodore Chaniness, received very painful injuries lo his left! Tuesday when lie accidentally cut his left thumb, nearly severing it. Noah was cutting wood just before fixing breakfast at their home seven miles cast of Manila and the axe slipped from his right hand, pinning his left hand to the chopping block. Their home is Just nbovc what Is termed the "seven mile post" on Big Lake and young Chamness had ID ride tiivec miles in a motoi'boat and walk the remaining distance lo town here where lie received medical aid. He Is reported doing as well a* could be expected. and Mrs. Tuesriny in state vice president, who nets us | leaving (lie one small so>. Dr. O chniinnin of this district. • ; Olhcr • Harrcll Jones, her only near reln- olllcers of the Northeast. Arkansas, tivc. group arc Mrs. C. B. Wood of Lux- orn, secretary, and Mrs. R. L. Henson of Pnrayould, young people's leader. The all tiny meeting at Corning tomorrow will begin lit 3:30 o'clock. Miss Wilnin Bncy of Atlanta, C>a., field worker from Ihc home, mis-: jSlon board office, Mrs, 0. H. Riiy, executive secretary, and Miss Mnr- gurct, Ihitchin.son, slate young People's lender, both of Little Rock, arc to be the principal speakers. Wilson Society—Personal Methodist Ladies Entertain With Tea One of the largest, church social affairs, of the spring season was the tea given on Monday afternoon, at the home of Mrs, C. Norman Guice, when the Methodist. Missionary Society were hostesses to 40 members of the Baptist Missionary Union and guests. The program was given by the Baptist women with Mrs. W. A. Williams in charge, who gave a lovely tribute to Mothers of the Bible, in commemoration of Hie coming Mothers Day and slm was assisted on the program by Mrs. O. M. Elili, Mrs. Curds Miller and Mrs. W. D. Wallace who discussed four of Die foremost Oklahoma' Martyne Woods, 21, coed at Oklahoma A. & M., at Stillwater, winner of title of "Miss Oklahoma, 1S40" and the right lo represent Oklahoma in the Miss America contest in Atlantic City in Die fall. Miss Woods, who is of Choc lasv parentage, was crowned with a white war bonnet. "Law And Grace" To ; Be Sermon Subject ' •; 4 Law and Grace" Is to be the sermon theme of the Rev, Glmnl Lowe, D. D., of Memphis, tonight, when he continues his evangelistic meeting at the First Presbyterian church. Special music will be a duet by Mrs. James A. Overholsei- and Miss Jane McAdams. Tomorrow night, when the Rev. Dr. Lowe speaks on "Love's Last Appeal", Miss Jeanne Harrison will sing a solo. Intensive study of the Book ol Kphesians will he continued each morning at services beginning at, 10 o'clock. Automobiles consume gnso- line when the tires are Inflated to the proper pressure. amount ol dampness in the forests, are among the Instruments used. CCO onroDi'fs read the in- itnimcnls regularly and forward the recordings to the Boston weather bureau. The weather mireitii smuts out I warnings if the day appears to be "class 5 tiny"—one of extreme danger. On such a day—there was O'.'ly one lust- year—all CCC leaves are canceled, fire wardens notify their crews and two fire crews are called to each CCC camp lor the day. The other fire-fighting crews are held within 10 minutes journey of their base. Less vigorous precautionary measures me used other days. Seven fire towers in the state are backed up by state patrols and members ol the Northeast Timber Salvage Association crews on days that arc classed a.s 4, ;i. 2. and 1. Just Received New Summer FACTORY CANCELLATION SHOES The "elephant" shrew is one of tile smallest animals known to Vocational Guidance Discussed By Buck «ii6 I ,i!,n > ™!'"d !i !^; r i!7r IJoltoin one is i O.,K, ,;.;,!, „.,. , r Temple, May 12. at the meeting of Ihe Sisterhood of Temple Israel iiisl night, at the. home of Mrs. U Lansky. A social hour will follow tile Mother'.-, Day program, Mrs. Applebaum slated. Twenty members and otic visitor. Miss Dora Grossman of Turrell, heard the report. After Die session, (he hostess served iced drinks and cookies. The next meeting will be Wrtl- nesriay, May 15, in Ihc home of Mrs. 8. Joseph. lias liridjc I'urly Mrs. Perry Barter entertained ehjlil guests with a bridge party last night at the home of Mrs. Jess Horner. Tallies nialchrri the score pad.s and cards which were ornamented with the figures cif dogs. High scoie pii/e went lo Mrs. B. P. Drogdoii Jr.. and second pruo to Mrs. Herman Graves. Thr hostoss served individual ^ cakes with (rod drink:; after the " I games. I To KnlrrlLiiii dull 2R j Mr. and Mis. T. W. .IHIrics. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Grnbcr and Mr. and Mrs. F. n. .loynrr will cntcr- ! tain members ot Ihe Club 28 lo- ninln. Tiio daucr n-hi.-li is to hf nt the Woman's club will begin at nine o'clock. I Harvard Group Plans To Study Latin America CAMBRIDGE. Mass. HIP) South America will be a classroom for j part of Ifarvnrri University's asm- HIT school liiU year. Director Kirtlry F. Mathrr v.iyj, embassies of Hniith American (countries in Wa-hington nr« unk- ing urraii^oinrnis lor the Harvtud group to confer with economic i minister*, labor tiionris ami tmi- \ versity -sdintors on tile trip. i Tii» Mutleiii.- will .'.pcnd two ' months on the trip, which Is to provide thfm \vitli n n 'opportunity to cxninliT economic ptacticc* of trade, banking and indir.iiy in-the principal cities of Hra/ll. Uruguay and Argentina. Harvard already lias sol up a scholarship covering cx;>f})'-r.s .of the lour and other scholarships arc expected to be provided liUcr. The Inn, Malhci snys. is Ihe rrsiill of the work of Comles*e A'.ain DC Picrrefcu of Hancock. N, H,. lo csr tablish iutoruaUonat study lours. Local Band To .Participate In Connly Festival The Dlythcvlllc school hand will leave tomorrow noon for Luxoru where members will participate in I the Mississippi County Music Fes- ' tivnl. Clini'lcs O. Morehcatl Is director of the baud. Uands from Oscpolu, Keiscr, Lnx- oi'ii nnd Ulythevlllc ivill |)lay in the mussed btmd ichearsal scheduled for 1 o'clock. From 3 lo 4:30 o'clock, there will be mnrching maneuvers ;tml siiocinl ruauher.s by each band nvd a twlihni; exhibition by the <lrnm niajovetlr.s. The mnsscrt band concert, schcri- ulcd for '1:30 o'clock, will last 30 minutes. The Hlytht'villr concert ensemble which mad? il.s first pnolic appearance in todny'.s high .school assembly will play a .spcciM niimbrr nt Ihc festival.' Sludenl-s C. M. Buck discussed vocational guidance and training for high school students at yesterday's i luncheon meeting ot ihc Blythcvillc I Kiwanis Club at the Hotel Noble. | Mr. Buck, president of the local | school board, said that the program j was now on trial in the public schools here and that its retention depended largely upon the cooperation given by local business men ami industries in promoting the program. Kussell Gill of Dell was received mlo membership in the club. Guests included Paul Potter, manager of Potter's Quality shoe Shop, former member of the Union City. Tenn.. Kiwnnis Club, and L. CJ. Windegntz of Kansas City, Slic attended the olO school promhicut in the early hisiory of .Shelby County, known as the "Porks Academy." On her palernni side she Is of Scotch-Irish descent and French on Ihe maternal side. Along with the. R. E. Lee Wilson. Owen Craig. Uaiik Pitlmnn and Dnn Bcall families she and her husband established the Christian Church that for ninny years stood on the banks of Tyronza Cnyou on Ihe Carson Road near Wilson. Mr. Harrcll was n charter member of the Osccola Masonic Lodge organized in I8G7. For many years Mrs. Harrell has followed the practice of leading the Bible through each year. Newspapers and periodicals read rcgu- Jarly .arc the Courier News, Osce- olft Times, a farm paper, and her church paper, The Christian Advocate. Since the invention ami common use of the airplane, she lias repeatedly expressed the wish to take a ride or trip in one and Dr. Jones had arranged for her to m:ikc the trij) lo Houston by plane on her birthday for ;i visit in his home. The anticipation and preparations for the (rip proved loo much of strain on the tired heart and she was noticeably fatigued on Fri- women characters of the Bible " mnkl " d ' Dcvotionals were led by Mrs. C. N. Guice and Mrs. Berry C'rain. The tea table, which was draped in ti lace cloth, ha;l a lovely centerpiece of iris, tulips and spirea, with candles in crystal holders, and with Mrs. C. L. Bird presiding at the tea table. The same flowers were also used throughout Ihe en- tcrtninin" rooms. Miss Marjorie Hiil. who has a position in Little Rock, spent the weekend wiih her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. O. M. Hill at Marie. Terry Mcorc Robinson, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robinson is in Armorcl this week, visiting his aunt,, Mre. Eel ncgenolri, and grandmother, Mrs. Moore. Townsend Club To Meet Friday Night Townsend club No. Onr will meet al. 7:;iO o'clock al the com I house TOO I.ATE TO CLASSIFY' . For Kent Room adjoining bath. For men only. Private entrance. Ijl3 Walnut. •2-ck-D MIDDLE-AGE WOMEN HEED THIS ADYSCE! ! ThouenmJs of women BosmllLnK thru" trying times" >vlt)j Lydia 13. Pinteham's Vegetable Compound—famous for over t>0 ycaw In relieving female functional troubles. Try US Shoes liv well knoim manufacturers Mini formerly sold nt SG.75 lo S 12.75 a pair. Including ptntips*, ties and straps and many wedge heel styles. S3.98-S4.95 ZELLNER'S Phone 21D Across From the First National Bank Forecasts Tell Of Forest Fire Danger Period PROVIDENCE, R. I. IUP)— A new method of fightiiiL: forest fires is in use in Rhode Island this year, Instead of the old-time method of waiting for a fire to start, then rustling out witii shovels, brooms and water, (he sta'.o is using weater bureau instruments to determine where or when I here is any possibility of fire. Anemometers. which measure whirl velocity, and thin Mrlris of basswood. which measure the loull Belli Friday loday. Olliccrs to atllciul. announced all members Wanted to lluy WiU, 1'AY 5c each for copies of tlin Courier News oC April 215. Courier News. Office w , lcl , n , Al| . s up Ihc r-scmble [ (h . om( , s ;lrc mmm , arc Richard Robert*. Uill Chamblin, Donald llirkman. Jack Bislnp. John McOill, Holm I Iknyman and Sieve Brooks. Voctil group will sing in a program tomorrow niqhl al Luxora. Tins session will begin at 7:45 o'clock. l-'nm 1 ncro- thi. inass is ,vcd for conversion imo cattle At The Hospitals \V:uls Hnsm'lal j SyKia IJilhi>UM\ cily. admitted.) Klvia SUoucl. Memphis, dismissed \ Claude Holmes. 'Tyltr, dismissed.! O. I*. Giant. Manila, dismissed. [ Vil.vDlmllr i Margaret Hoach. city, admitted.' Mtmrnr Ciuisio. Illnck Oak. ill::- j missed. j Xlcmrilm .Mcllmilisl lln.spil:il 1 W. K l/.uisiloii, Ciiruthcr.svillc, i ailmiltrd. ] Mcnlphis lUptist Hospital j . Knberi Killu>n. ,\!;mil;i, admitted. ! James Vemilllum. Miniila. admitted. NOW Umltr-,,rm ' Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration Keaettes EXFEUT ISE,\UTV H'OKK CALL I Ob A p p0 | n ° mtnl Margaret's Beauty Shop T.ihex iT»r.< olf yo»K ^{'(^3M«,-r - >iilds ytsrs lo your IH**. V.M'OR BATHS KwcrtmU ^^H! 1 ^S1!;0 Sill Olow nu.l Kliovnr Mr«. llulh Lawlion i, <ioC3 ...toJri'.Qiibcuscd right jllci i-li.ivint;. IttMsntly stops l^npir.nion Mr I <o.)il.ivs.Rcinou>o(!ot (rum perspiration less wimliirnjuc,in. '' o. AiriJ lu.s brru .rj,. m ] Cl l ( | 1C IllMUUIC of Uuildcn,!,; tot 25 MILLION jars ot A:rid bav-c boon sold. Twjiiijiodavl Children's True Moccasin Freedom !('« easy to keep (oung feet happy in lhc<c conjfy-iut moccasin ],la)- shoes. Light, rtcvililc nnd washable-for t'rj' t>f>c of sumnicr %vcjr. AI Popular Prices FAMILY SHOE STORE As Auvertised ift Vogue Harper's, Bazaar and 39?, M.iiu IMmuc rluiiir. Kvcrylhing Is tht Rest for LBSS Price Store 2-M— • —U1-11 a K. JIain St. Fancy K Staple Groceries, MC;I(K, Feeds, Gen. Mdse. l.;ii'Kt>.sl Store—JJcst Values—Free Delivery LETTUCE •IBS." I CARROTS, lieauties |Frcsh. ben. STRAWBERRIES s Reel Ripe pint 10' Potatoes 10 Ibs. 24c Sweet Potatoes .., Ib. 3c Oranges, Sweet.... ea. 3c Brooms, Light .. ea. 24c Apple Sauce 10c P. Nut Butter pt. 12c Syrup, Pure gal. 45c Preserves, Pure 4 Ib 85c Corn Flakes ... 3 for 19c Tomato Juice 5c P.Ill. Corn 3for25c BIy. Beans 2 for I5c SWIFT'S BEEF Selected Quality Club Slenks, II). 25 Pig Ears - 5c Bacon, Fancy .. ib. 17k Picnic Hams Ib. I5c Beei Stew ..,....:...- Ib. 10c Cured Hams, Sli 10c 10 47 I'Ol'COKN (Dillon .... 19 C Cottage Cheese, Ib. lOc Neck Bones .., , IK. 5e Pig Liver Ib. lOc Salt Meat, Side „ Ib. 8|c Pork Steak Ib. 12 TEA 23 CANDY-GUM K;ieh 3 FLOISi C:\mimc, in Dress Malcrial Hcsl l>v Test. 12 Ibs. -life; '18 SALAD DRESSING, Excellent Flavor Pint 2lc MARSHMALLOWS, New Fluffy, Best Lb. 14c GRAPE Preserves, Welch. Absolutely Pure, pt. 22c JOHNSON'S Glocoat or Liquid Wax, I 1-3 pt, 59c RAISINS, Seedless, Cello Bag 2 Lbs. 17c

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