The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 16, 1946
Page 6
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THURSDAY, MAY 10, liMG BIATHEVILUC (ARK.) COURIKH NEWS PAGE PIVB Counly'sSea!,! ily SalesTotal$25!)5 Funds Go to Benefit Motional Society for Crippled Children. A finnl report on the seal and Illy sales for crippled children discloses lhat a total of $2,505.31 was contributed by citi/.ens of Mississippi County. These sales were In co-ordination with the Mississippi County chapter for Crippled Children, a part of the National Society, of which Philip J. Deer is chairman. A total of $1,830.06 was collected for seals and $720.25 for lilies. Blylhevllle lily sales netted $409.37. The following school st'i- denls sold lilies nnd were t;i complimentary lickets at uitz Theitcr: Belly Holland. Sirsl |>fS-/.c- Nancy Richards, second nnd Hamo- nn Craflon, third; Mary Frances Gaines, Anne MeLcod, Anne Skel- >on, Peggy Oillcnwater, Mary Sue Hawkins, Pntsy Hesharse. Under the supervision o£ nilly Sue Burks, selling lilies west of Division were: Freda Smith, first priy.c; Edna Wamble, second pmf ; , Mary Whisnant, third, Joan Tedlock. Bonnie Glover. Geraldinc White and Nadinc White. Ciscreola ipnlribnted $111.33 in the sale, participating- were Juan- <ln Wilson, Betty Jo Woodtml. Mary Nell Duggary, Cleo Jean Hurch. Evelyn Jean Pigg. Gaylha Ann Porter, Dorothy Thompson, Emma! Cox Jr., Billie Sue Thomas, Mary j Sue Thomas, Mni'y Ann Phillips, Mary Sue Young. Dean H. White side and Mrs. Marie Moore wen; in charge. The sale in Manila netted $32.45. Assisting were Mrs. Eugene Fleeman. Mrs. Jack Tipton anrt Junior High and Ilit'h School students. Eighth grade students of Shn'.v- iiee School at Joiner sold $24.TJ of tickets under the supervision of John Burnett. Lcachville School students a sale ^" netting $4D.7(>. Among those who i^ {;iirtici])ated were Ruby Footson, Ella Mae Edpin, Christcen Cooh, Bcttie Joanne Tyalor, Virginia Kinder. Alma Jcnne Oe, Edith Watkins, Ninn Gene Edwartis, Kleanore Purckett, Non Snow, Bettie Jeane Clark, Lots Manus, Keith Shii)lj r e, Bobby wartham, Lucille Costner, Gladys Hargrove and Fay Nance. A total of $43.40 was turned h from Luxora Echool. Mrs. Lem TKOrOSED CONSTITOTrONAL AMENDMENT NO. 3* SUBMITTED BT OENEHAL ASSBIMMLJ WASH TUBBS Blasts BrUisK THAT'* A LONG TIME /I* UXXW6 FOR ONE WEBS'* CAPVWN EA4V I Of 'ENl W\5 S\Vf OP TMf AND THE SMfO KID '. ±L, BiZIDfE ! A FEW ,«1BL »»OARa..lWtlL| 9ARGE5 THftT WAS \' * TEILA NAMEP V*X TIEP w pcerrv ctosr\ CAM MIP TOOK TO rue BRipae rnw MM NMK M*CH (W.KEW! Weeks Fred Eldrldgc, above, who served as a lieutenant colonel in the China-India-Burma theater during the war, is Ihe aulhor ut the new book "Wrath in Burma," which c o n I ii i n s sensational charges against the British and Cliincse during General Slil- well's CB1 campaign. LarRest shipslde cotton warehouse in (lie world is in the port of New Orleans. 11 has a capacity o; Admiration nearly 500,000 bales. Stanword was in charge of the sale and participating were Wade McIIenry. Betty Sue Mifflin. Martha Lucas and Murylin Owens. VEGETABLES WALLPAPER Stringless Valentine GREEN BEANS 15 E, C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. EVANS Grocery & Market Charlie \:, l'i'«i>. Formerly oC Luxora, Ark. - - -~: ;^y-- -'^- {biifcessor lo Speck A Sons Gro.) I'hone 2597 211 So. First St. Jack Sprat Quality Fowls jr 25 Pet or Carnation Ce ; . ; •'•iLarge lie Small Can V [,:.:,'• \ Can 11 BABY FOOD Kcinx Gerbcrs Cans 23 Admiration Regular or Drip . 1 Pound'Bag VEGETABLE JUKCE V-8 •Hi O/.. Can 32 SEASONING BACON SKINS • • • U>. 10t - - - Lb.12k Red Ripe — For Slicing TOMATOES, For Slicing -Lb.12c Crispy Iceberg LETTUCE, Heads - - EachlOc In 1 IB. 33c Glass 2 Ib. jar . 65c Welch's — One to a Customer , GRAPE JUICE - - 59c Garden Fresh Golden Sugar, Jack Sprat Whole ICcrncl. Can CAMMED MEAT Tl ^ t 5: a o.: rcm ' VEGETABLES GREEN BEANS Fresh 1'ound 14 NEW POTATOES Reel Triumph EC Pound W GREEN PEAS Fresh 2 Pounds 25 FRESH CORN Large Kars 2 For CARROTS Fresh, Tender 2 Bunches 15 CABBAGE Fresh, Green Pound CUCUMBERS I'ound 10 C MEATS SEASONING SALT FAT BACKS - - Lb. 15c FRESH COUNTRY PORK SAUSAGE Lb. 35c CARROTS - - - - Bunch 7k Slicing Quality CUCUMBERS - - - Lb, 12k Yellow or White SQUASH Lb. 15c COTTAGE CHEESE - - Lb. 23c QUARTER POUND DRIED BEEF 22c FRESH Box Wincsaps —f- For Eating or Cooking APPLES - - - - - - Lb.15c Well Filled CORN - - - - 6Earsfor25c Fresh Green Heads CABBAGE - Lb.3k PIG FEET EachSc FRESH HOME KILLED PORK SNOUTS AND EARS - -Lb.lOc California 150 Size NAVEL ORANGES - Doz.65c Povely or Per MILK Large Can 9c Large Size Box BISQUICK 38c Dunham's Shredded COCOANUT - - Ub.Pkg.25c Arm and Hammer BAKING SODA - - 3 to Eagle Brand — 1 to a Customer MILK - -•- - - Can23c 3 to a Customer ROYAL PUDDING - - - - OOc _ • . . ^ f. _j ; i__^ 1000 Sheet Roll — 2 to a Customer SCOTT TISSUE - - - - lOc King Taste MAYONNAISE - Pint Jar 33c Marsh Seedless — 64 Size GRAPEFRUIT - - - 2for19c Moyfair Sour Gherkins PICKLES - - 16oz.Jar25c Chocolate Flavor — 16 01 Bottle BONCE'S SYRUP 25c 1 LB. PKG. STRAWBE Steaks, Roasts. Slew Meat, Hiimlmrgcr, Loaf Meal, Chili Meal BEEF LtVER Pound 33 C SAUSAGE Fresh, Home Made Pound OQ C WW HOOP CHEESE Pound 43 . Package i Lb. Package - 27< 52$ Peach, Grape, Apricot Strawberry 39c Pure Cane 5 Ib 10 Ib 35c 69c €ASH GROCERY Blytheville's Food Headquarters Phone 7.763 501 West Main Street

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