The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 16, 1944 · Page 3
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November 16, 1944

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 16, 1944
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JTHUKSbAY, NOVKJJJJRH 10, ,,rf i, yilC K ' Pfly "°' 60n 0 ''• i el Mrs. w. U. Pnyne of Blytlie- »ic. has teen transfer red -from ''"-' Co «t Gim.-<j nt San Diego, Pnmre ' n " nl Foit (M, James T, Vitison, \vlia hns ^«' In Italy WlllMhc Signal Corps "' ' hc A ™i.v for Uio past' l\vo months, Ims been (rnnsfcn-oil to i-rance, accord Ing to letters icceiv- ,„, , ' " s °". wo Is 1 1 king l, e , home in uiythevlllc mi her parents Mr. and Mrs. K. erscas " Cr luisba "<l ^ <»'nix- N'T 1 , wns statlouctl "<• nix, N. J. prior ( 0 gul.ig over. Inte In August, , Colvln - S3 » °f Mrs. cc Jackson of Blythcvlllo lias 0' '"'" S0n ° f Mr. and . . . ker- of Huffman Ins been mv!lrde(1 three vear, " Vn e university .We,' h v-12 program, where lie Is "ri i V " 5 Prasrnin, where hi* brother of Mrs. Joe K;. Waddy of Ulylticvlllc. • « * Coi'D. u K. Boyer now is stationed at Camp Hood, Texas, as an Instructor after having served with a tank outfit at Casslno and other places In Italy, where lie (idee wns wounded. Corporal Boyer is a brother of Clnudo Boyer of.Canithers- vllle, Mo. i « • * Tech. Sorgl. Ruel D. Nelson of Bragg, City. Mo., has been awarded (lie Air Medal for "meritorious achievement" In bombing attacks on Nazi. wBr industries Slid in support of ground forces in the buttle for Germany. A shlpfitter [or the Manllownc Shipbuilding Co., Mnnttowae, wise before entering the Army in April 194!! he Is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Rucl Meson of Brag,, city. He received his wings at Yinnii, Ai-!n in January, 1944. ' • • • ' ' 4 . •.'.:.-.' Billy Cryslcr, 11. s. in'the Navv who has been aHoiding -Central Stale College, - Warrens- nurg, Mo., has been spending his cave In caruthersvillc, Mb.;'tilth his parents, Mr. and'Mrs. \y. M. orysler. He wllj report-'.to'North- western University, Evn'rtston' 111 to a midsliipmaii's school. • Lieut, Edward A. Hook, son , of Mrs. Sallle u. Hook of Osccoln, lias been assigned to .duty as night iii- structor at Fort Worth Annv Air Held in the H-24 pilot iriilnltig school. Lieutenant Hook received l»s wings and coinmlssloti In Juno of last year. * V • Billy chiles, scaumn 2-c In (he f>nyy who has been taking his boot (mining nt San Diego, calif is spending his leave with his parents Mr. and Mrs. K. s. Clille.s in Osco- Staf[ Sergt, Theodore Brewer, son ot Mrs. Maude Brewer of Joiner now is flying nii a UUH.KM- with 1 a "Mil AAP Flying Fortress s<iunrt- 'on in Italy, opwnliiiK In the Mediterranean theater. W. 11. Stewart, seaman 1-e in the Navy who hns Ijtwi serving in the South Pacific for the |>,,st seven monllis, Is S pen<lliiK j,i s i c;u . c i(1 t-sceo a, alii, i,is Brents. MI, nnl | Mis. Mnx Stewart and family. Corp AMen Moody Jr., U.S.M.C.R., G.S. II, S.M.A.W., •:'„ p.p.o. San n/M* C °; > CnUt " !s llle follf »> «un Of Mr mid Mrs A. C. Moody to witer the service. n c now is somewhere in (AMK.) ccHiuiBu NKV.-S tin- boulliwesl I'lKllIc, hiivlnt! «!• p- j .1, ,, ,, . iTJitly teen service on seven tslnmts "DOC! Weather Helns In thiu war (heritor, • r._.<- i-. i i ' .1 Us. brothers lit service nre l?on:>Ul Moody, putty officer lii lln- NIIV.V, now slnlioncd somewhere In Cftllforulft: Tceh. -Sn^t, Qiutawl Moody nt, Mavfn, 'I'cxas, nml C»i>t. Cnlviii Moody, now at Abilene, Tox- iis. niter 1C months service In Clil- nn. • 4 • ' fain J. Lockitcljje, IV-year-old sun of Mr. and Mrs. I'erry W. Put tmoi) of Ijl.vthevlllc Is recelvln his inlilnl Navnl Iniloctlimtloii n l»o U. S. Naval 'IVnlnluu. Cctilor " C'l-ent l.iikes, III. wiicn Ills'recni I rain Ing Is romplciod the sonum will reirclve n peiiod of leave. Crops In Arkansas ; 'j<ovr 10 Cro| : of ,,UH| .'cybcnns iii Aifiiinsns. ^ ' t'l'ilu .repOftitig seJviee'« csll.imlo ' cotlon mul corn yields Is uto l 0 per cent uuovo Octoucl- foiecusls "leu Ls up iibout sW per cent, B oy- IJfims up lliroo per tent U n,l s or- Uhums for gmln up u M1 . ;j, t o|)uvc the Oot, 1 estimate' The service esthimles iinrvoslcd colon nl 1,739,000' bobs. Previous n Was 1,130,000 bales, OoYn i!, . !>U«h6ls, ,,n,l iho rj w crop e' at H.204.000 ))Ugll«;l3;.'g6yi "'?* 11 ', 0 " 0 " ls Wanted it 3," bushels. Heart Courier Wunt Adi MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS ubes ^Nutritious Economical" EFFECTIVE FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY r< V -. KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP PINT SCOTT TISSUE L 29 C filCE Fancy 2 LI). "liox TOMATO SOUP Si 9 SORGHUM Tenn. Coun- ^.95 try. flal. 1 TOiliATO SU-rlinj,' 4 A C '•/i U. .'I Unics' lU Heart's DeJijrhl ' •10 Ox. J Mcrrimnc 1 Lh. Can ^ ; ORANGES APPL Texas Pineapple Pound Red Delicious Pound Fresh Crispy Bunch CRANBERRIES LEMONS RUTABAGAS .'«. ENGLISH WALNUTS BROCOLU LETTUCE POTATOES \2( 39^ 25? ", 2 " SAGE 100 Per Cer,t Pure, Lb. Sweet Pound 4±, BEEF ROAST FRYERS " • VA B BR3 • 13. \^^9 Pound Best «)r Grade, Lb. / jff Home Dressed Lb Home Dressed Pound PURE LARD 570 490 Krey's ft 50 Lfc, Stand Q 75 Get Kroger's dock Breed Tastes Better!,.. Plenty of Parking Space In Lot Back Of Store CITY SUPER MARKET 109-111 West Main J.D.Lunsford, Mkt Mgr. J. K. Sanders, Mgr. i,8lb.c!n. r . . . ; 1.37 Ib. cln. . . . ! ; .75c , Avendalepl.or$r.,50ll)s.1.99 , Country Club, pi. or sr. 25 Ibs/l.25 SJearclight . . . 6boxe$25c 10 LB. BAG JUICY MARSHSEEDLESS SWEfeT JUICY FLORIDAS IN MESH BAGS - *h'-ri ' .'" !•' "">-•<"°'$fii ^.fe (50 Lb^ 6iog $1.45) COLORADO YELLOW SPANISH — —. _ «, . BUM MM ,-j,, H ff ^ • ' ' K WASHINGTON BOXED JONATHANS APPUS, Washington Boxed Red & Golden Delicious Ib 12c RUTABAGAS. /^H Si™ i u •«. «!,*„„ ;,.'.,. _ V " HO '»• «t I , "o^ "• •• •• ir r»wmfl •*< RUTABAGAS, Mod. Size, Lb. 3c POTATOES TOLb. Bag 49c CABBAGE, Mcd. Size Firm Green Heads, Pound GRAPES, CoHf. Red; Pound 2l SWEET POTATdES, Porto i Ricon Yan « 4 Lbs. 25c Cranberries, 12 o«.-; Package 30c Will your Turkey be imi4er? ? VES .. if you order a Kroger's 4-Point Blue Ribhon Turkey now! These top-flock turkeys arc scarce .... Uncle. Sam buys the best, too, for out fighting forces! **** 1. Personally selected 2. Best of finest nocks 3,. Specially fed for Ibvot 4. Carefully dressed . a, sji-1 3 1,1). Firm (incl While „« 35' U in wl\ IV I, BEEF TONGUES PURE LARD COTTAGE CHEESE BULK SOUR KRAUT ' , BOLOGNA PORK LIVER GROUND BEEF HENS BRISKET ROAST WHITING OCEAN PERCH FILLETS , J2< SALT MACK. FILLETS &ci 1Q' FRESH SHRIMP & OYSTERS Type 2 I'ound , I'oiiiid.. ' Fresh Daily I'ound • N. Y. Dressed Pound " ' 32' 21 25' 39' Grade IJ I'ound or Can Trout Pound 15 C Green Beans No. 2 can 12c June Peas N>) - 2 "'" " 12c. Pumpkin No. 2-i/z Can __ Grapefruit Juice No. 2 inn 1 5_ MHk -1 C. C. Tnll Cans - 35c , Spaghetti Or Macaroni. C. C. I'ktf. Ik Spaghetti Dinner c: - c - 25c Peanut Butter M ° 7 43c ' Graham Crackers) OLeo Pound Soop^ I Alurc, Uar I 5c : Salad Dressing .'12 Oz. Embassy 29c Vinegar Avomlale, |/ 2 Gal 32c Asparagus C. C. All Green. No. 2 Can 38c Book Matches 2 Boxes — 25c Apple Butter 29 Oz.;Jar : , •Tbrndtqes No. 2 .Can: OCER MfflYWIGGLY DOUBLE YOUR MONEY CK GUARANTEE I'M »efl M or bet! I porUod U oritia

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